Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)

 - Class of 1916

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Y . 9 U df' Q1 1619 PES gpg 1g92arb'm50nkQ nv-1 1 N MLMJ - K M V7 BA wc W X Q11 ww LED 7k gfnrnlig 1 .Lu Q Gtb rf? 1-1L.....4 ., 1192 Penta llbonuke LIU lfnrnlfg LUCILE CHASE EMMA CHASE COMM INGS DIERELEIN G"'3 'T""' ,..,uN ,f Q1 551 9 lp IQ-i 192 pears Ebooks W M! 1 :tru Hg x N N W F 'P 15615 nga- H 1 - -1-11-p I7 nA,f,4. f . - 1261 191GlE9 X B92 Qieare Zlbooke G75 ' glfarulit ,U W , G"3 W. L u J if ,, ,Z W . , J,UUN .. - lj-' D- .5511 191616 g W 1192 Ipeare Qlbooke LIU fifnrulig LOGAN 4, 4 x7 3 Jftxtk it +,6-lglnx MCMICKEN rw WQJM MGKOWN .Q p " L' 5' 1L0'Z+1,v.UL, Q 1'wk'Qk K, MUD GE G"'3 H X Qi ww F1 G75 Jarl H13 Gt? Ee Phare Zlbooke +I I1 4 l w z SNEDICOR SULLIVAN Y WILLIAMSON XI YOUNG ..l5- .JJ - - -l K X QTIBIGFP X ra gpg gpm-Q nuke W? Lgfllhvllf ifuxiul 05ffil'l'1'5 N - 1 VIQICSSIQY. Prcsimlcnt VIXLICY. Yicc-I'rcsi4lc11l H.XI.I.. SCCI'Cl1ll'f' Iilfl,l,f JUG, 'Iql'C2lSllI'CI' ,mi G1-'D 1-nw' LJ J ,iq 1916 L6 X "" nu WI VJ!ii""'1+1lMlMlll!YUHUI u li G35 1192 Pears nuke WALTER ALLAN "Scotty" llpcrvllzl. "SyIx'iz1." 'l3. Class l'1'ofi41c11l, 'l4. Ulu-l'm'll:1. "I,1llIHlll',H 'l,1. Vlnv I,l'L'wi1ll'lll.'lS. Upcrn."l'il':ltcs1vf I'k'Ill1lIIk'l'.H 'I5. Xcxxslfwlilw1'.'I5. f,1lL'I'Il, "'lxlw lk-g'g:11' Sllulcxltf' 'lin JEFFIE AYRES "Jeff" l"r1n11 Kings Yzmllcy High Scluml. l:413's'GlL'L'flllIb, 'I4-'lS. ul,iIA1llL'S ul- l'cnz:u1cc." , . . . . 1, lmys M100 K lulu, 13- IU. "'l'l1c Hcggzll' Slmlcnlf' RUBY BOGUE MARGUERITE BROOKHARDT "Jupiter" A A - 1 l'.lI1l'l'k'4l Irwin l71':11u. IU. L. 4 J 1p - -, l!,.,, GL?-'B - my-4 41 .--u p I- fig 1919 ii +111 I 1 1 l J 2 Qieare nuke M RALPH BRISTOW ELLIS BROWN LEONA RUTH BUCHHOLZ flPegg,ielY 'l'h1'cc :md Uno-llzllf Your Stuclcnt. GlcvL'I11la. 'lj-'lfh LYLE BUSH SL-Him' Play, "Groom Stucki11gs." ...IST GE'-3 .1+.J - Z 'ij 1619 E fn-v 1-uJ llclmznc. 15- 111. l3L'L'l1lIll1llillII L'1v11tcst, '15. kl:1ss.X1'I1sI, 13- 14- 15- 16. lD1':1111z11ic Clmlm. lllcc fllllb. 1192 pears nuke GLADYS ANDERSON DAY BAYLY "Delis" HAROLD EVANS BROWNELL FRAZIER ll11'cc 111111 Um'-Ilulf Your Student. 1 .,,,1J1 ,Z Q 1916 1192 lpeare llbooke 33 an-y l i LL .1-.- p NORMAN BY! NE TRACY BYERS IAN CAMPBELL MERTIE CHAMBERLAIN X 1916 S ,,.,'J', -11-1 me pears Zlbooke A MARGARET DIXON ALBERT DRAKE HELEN JAYNE DULL H ddy LORAN ELLIS I ,f QU 1919 L5 ix C?-D aru- ...JJ ., all X 1192 pears lllbonke LILJ 1 r w P n E E l w I 1 w , 1 NBL' MJ- WALTER I-I. COLE PHILIP COLEMAN RUBY MARIE CORUM llFudge7Y I-lun' Ya-:nr SIIIIICHI. MILDRED CRABTREE GE'-3 U ,L,,- ..,......-.- -.1-in Q1 1916 E is G33 'PRF l l t-LEJ -ln Glec Clttli. '13-'14-'15-'10, Pmsitlcttt Glcc Club. 'I5. l Vwsiclciit Sttttlcttt llmly. 'IS-ilfb. lfmttlmll. 14- 15. lluttstcrs' Litcrztry Society. 'l3, Girls' Glce Clttlw-XY:tsliiitg'ttin lliglt. Girls' llztskctliztll. Class litlitur, Slll'lllg'l-ilflti. lfwttt' Ycztt' Stuclcnt. e Ipeare nuke ALFRED CRES SEY NAI!! l'it':ttcs of l"cnzzutcc." WALTER DAVIS ANNA DEAN FLORA DILL v ua.. C?-9 inw- tsvul. - ff CQ 1919 LESS '14 nf A 1 I, :M U xi M l M si il ll JUJJ .ii- e Ipeaxe nuke PAUL W. ELLIS "Shorty" Sal Glu- Club. '1 g-'14-' 1 Q. X. RUTH ELLIS IX EWT O N ESTES ETHEL EWER . "Pollly" 'IXIIVCK' Yun' Slmla-nl, - - GT-'D 'Ph' J ...l-. 1916 E' X GE? C23 1192 pears nuke Q Ihmslcl' l,ilCI'2lI'j' S1 rcivly. J 'lxlmrcc Yun' Slmlcnl- I'-Ulll' Yczu' Slumlcnt. llilwlrlll IM I'l'HIlI 5IlIlI1l ll1ll'1l. L lllii lrnck IQ- IU l'4llII' XVIII' Slxuh-nl, I"-fwllmll 'I g-'I 4-'iq llzlsulmll IQ- Ill ,lxlflkly 'I 1. EMMA ERITSLAND "Emma, Lou" FRANK FASSET "Rabbit" , 4 , . . . 1 ARNOLD FINSETH uBenn 1 - . PAUL FOSTER wi. ,fd 1916 F2 ...,.4J' - 1:1 fn1 1 1 I 1 .1-al-p 1172 lpeare nuke GRACE GILLAM "Chuby" l'.Hlll' Ycm' Stumlcnt. lllcn-K'h1l1. '13-'IU EMILIE GOODWIN "Goodie" Irlllll' Yun' SllllIL'lll. ELIZABETH GRIFFIN Hlzzy., 'l'l11'cc 111141 IIIILGIIIIH Your 5111111-111. lhlslwllxxull, '14-' l 5-' 1 lr. DOROTHY MAE GUY lialskcllmll. IJ- 15- 14- 15. Vlllblilill Suph. Iizlskctlrzlll, '14, Yicc-l'1'csi1lc11l .l1111iw1' Clzlss. '15, rm Q 1 --- l 1'c:1s111'c1' K-lcc L 11111. ly 111. , Jf,,, L 1 -.- -.- ,ZQJ 1919 F2 Gtb fr-W i.uJ E 497,-Q, l ,f Q1 151G me xr U lpelpeare llbonke 55.3 1192 Ipeare nuke . A R LU-J GEORGE HARRIS "Musta.che" LUCILE HAMPTON ADAH HARTLEY "Billie" XHl'lIl1ll fHl1I'Sk'. l":vu1' Yun' SIIUIUIII. ALFRED HOILAND "Midget" lfwur Yczu' Sll11lL'lll. Ilmnnrklvl' l,itvrury Suricly. flxf 1,5631 1916 Pkg .. .T 1 wp,-Q -1.-1 Q11- WQ R -u Q92 pears Zlbooke LIU JXJ G29 HH G 5 AILLLN HOL1V1Eb JESSIE HOWARD Xm'l11:llK I9wl1l'N t I I INEZ HUMPHREY ELMER HUNT L' L, .J i-' ' ' U N l- HJUQ 1 i G'-T5 H12 Esate nuke X l 1 'JLLJ fi THELMA LARENE HUNT "Franc" IM111' Yczu' SilI4lL'1Il. N1v1'111:ll L'uv11rsc. FRED M. HUNT Sywlncy 'Il-rrill Cup lfinzlls. lim ,sta-1' l.ilL'l'1lI'j' Sucicty. "Sp1'c:uli11g' thc Nous." RUTH HYLAND . . , 1 V l',lllcI'c1l Iflvlll X. ll. 5. XID. l. X4ll'IIlZll 'l'r:1i11ing lJQl12ll'lIllCIll- GERTRUDE IRISH "Pat" l'A4llll' Your Slwlcnl. vi .b.,.J - Qi 1919 FP , 'FQ u-1 ISA ISAACSON JACOB JACOBSON Q l:1lSCll1lHS1llliltl. RUTH JAMIESON WILLIAM JENKINS Hlvc Club, 'lj. J -u , ix..-- if Q 1919 LED 1192 Ipeare yoke M 15 .,-'J4 Q QAQ U 1192 pears nuke IRMA KENNEALY l.L'2l1liIlg' Lzuly "SprL':uli11g llw Xvxxx' FREDERIC KITERIDGE KINGSBURY Null RHH111 Culmmlmxissiuulclg 'l5. r n ' ' lxwll lvnnn I'1'csulc11l, 16. Scum-1:1ry-'I'1'c:1s111'c1' Ilwlmlmy Club. Y LEONARD KNIGHT TILLIE KOPPE ' "Till" L Glu' flnlr. l'.4lllI' Ycnl' Slmlcnl. 1L' U u U C3 was L6 SN - L... i - 'WW J .L,,.J .-...Q G33 1- w.uJ Y .... Ihmslcrs' I.ilL'l'1lI'jA Sucicly. Glue Club. 'I 3-'14-'1 5 llrzmlzllic Club, 'IS-'10, AXl:u1:1q'c1' Xcws, IR- lla. VIINIIIUNS Nl:m:1Q'c1' "N L- Nom' Ihmk " 'IN11-:ls111'n-1' HI blumlcnl lmlv. lg- lfn. lwwllvalll, IQ. lluskcllwzlll, lr,- Irv. 'Itl'1lk'li. lim. 2 Pears nuke ETHEL JENSEN EVANGELINE JENNINGS KENNETH KAYSER KELLEMS a4Nute,vv Axspeedvv cms, lj- 14- 15- IU. . 1 - KARL KELLOGG "Skinny" - 1 , Q v iwfv 'P 4.-'J4 cial Z 31919 Lil 1192 Ipeare nuke H c,':.'a - !1-1-1 CLARA KNOOP 'l'll1'w:l1lfl Um'-I lzllf Ya-111' Stunlcnt. GRACE KNOPP "Gracious" 'I'I11'cc :xml Une-I lzllf Yczu' Stuflcnt, Yicc-I'1'csirlL'11l I1llHCI1iX I,ilCI'1lI'j' Sfrvicly. w Xm'111:1l lk-p:11'l111c11t. Yik'L'-Pl'L'Si1lL'Ill Y. XY. Y. X.. 'l4. , I l 1 ADELAIDE LAKE IIXIIIK1' :md Une-Half Yczu' Slumlclll. Plmcnix I.itcrzu'y Sncicty. Y. XY. C. .X.. '14-'IS-'l6. 'ItL'l'1'iH Cup Cmltcst. lffilllllllif Club. '14-'l5. . 1 ARTHUR LARsoN I fl01eY1 lhmstcr l.ilCI'IlI'5' Sm'ict'y. 'lxl'1lCIi. '15-'I6. llzlskctlmll. 1 .Xssistzmt Yell Lczulcr. XUJJ "Sprc:uli11g the News." 'L "' '95-ld Z Q 1916 EDEN ... GEEEB in-w 'I'I1r'w Yvzll' SIIIIICIH. I9-1-flln41lIS1I1l:ul,'15, J Glu-VI11Iw.'1r1. 1 limI:ll4L'l11lw, 'Hp x..4J f X Y . IEHIII' Ya-zu' Slmlcut. Mlrls llxlskcllmzlll. inrls l:IlNliL'lll1lH. XHVIIIIII. 1192 Pears nuke MAUD LOMBARD N. XX. K. .X k snlnnct, lj- 14. Y. XY. V. X. VI'L'Sillk'!ll 'IQ-'Ifl , . . 1 I-:lNlwll1.uH. IQ IS- Ill. ilznxlwllmll Vlllllilill, 'l5. llzulwllmll Xlllll1lg'L'I'. 'IU ELMO MADDEN Irzlvk fllllilll, IU. IRENE MAXWELL LECTIE McDOWELL , , . --saw 6- ..-UN :li Z Q1 1916 gpg lprzare nuke 1-4 ,nm -..,.., ADAH MCMURPHEY m . .-., 1.11-vklulu. lg- IU, 17111-1'L'tl:1. "'l'l1c l!cg'g':u' Slmlv11l." JOSEPHINE MOORE "Joe" N lllcc Hula. 'IJYI3-'14-'15-'ufw. Sk'Cl'k'lIlI'j' Gln-0 Chula. llznslcctlmll X 'I'l11'x-L' :xml Um'-l lnlf Ycm' Slllnlcm I l Y UCAL MOUNTJOY W T 3 Y VETA OLSON NU J .J 430g l .buxdx I 1919 F1 Gi i ini I .L.,.J Mlcc klulw, I4- IQ- III. Xlvc-l'rcsiIlcII1 l3I':IIIIz11ic kllulv 5-wlcly l',1llllll' "Xcxx's," nYCZll'L' lilmlqg-," ,llllI'k'k'1lllIl Um--llnlf YL'1llASllIllL'Ill, lvIlNlIk'lllIlll. I Q- I.J,- IQ. "Brick" X-lL'0'l'l'k'SlIlk'IIl lllfuetn-I! l,iIc1':1I'y Swcicty. Glu' Ululw. l':IIIlim-, 'I4. llI'1lIll1lllk'QlllIlI. "'llfw .llllfll .lwlIIIw1I. 'I+ RUBY PEREGRINE "Ted" 4.11-cklull, I4- IQ- Irv. Uwllv-I1'zI I '- IR- llw l5I':1III:IlIc L lull. 14- IQ- III. 5t'k'I'L'lIlI'f" l l'L'1lSlll'k'l' 5K'llllPI' Q l1lSS. 1192 pears nuke A DOROTHY PARSONS "Dorothy Jane" , . . , 4 X loc-l'I'c-Iulclll 51 vplIwIIIuI'c Class. llI'JlIlI1llIk'QllIlI, Ia- IU. K lwsc IH X:II1II'c. EUNICE PEARCE llll1'k' :mul Um'-l lzllf YL-:Ir Stmlcnl. CLAIRE B. PENNINGTON , , I g . . 1 . - I L lwsc In X:II1II'0." li JI Cn?-3 ,...'Jl l ff QI 1919 IQ U 1192 pears coke i CURTISS PETERSON -1' !n1r E YY "V 'll "Curt" l 1 1 1 1 l 1 l l 1 l l l 1 l'l l 1 l 11 111 M1 11,l 1.U1.1J .1--1-p 1.lcc Llull, 13- 14- ly 111. 'llcrrill Cup. "1'5. l'l'CSl4lClll 5UllllUIlllllL' Q Lua, 14. l,l'L'SlllL'lll l71':1111:1liC fluln, 'I4. "'IH111 Xl11cl1 ,I11l111s1111." "L'l1+sc 111 N:1l111'c." 1 x Q . xl'lll'l"'t'l' 1.100 Q lull, 1.1. .1 15 - .1 "f1l'k'L'll Sl111'k111g's, HAZEL PITTMAN L lsidll Flflll' Your St111l1.'11t. EVERETT HALE PIXLEY "Fat" "Minnie" "Ford" Glue Club, '15-'16, llflllllilllk' Clulm, '1f1. "Elmo 11, N:11111'c." lwwllmzlll. 15- lfv. .Xllxx-1'1isi11g' xlllllil 01' "Xa-xxx." '1l1. MABEL POWELL . . . , , , X111--I'1'cs11lc11l 5111110111 llmly. 111. Class X11111c1':1l l,1llll1K'l', '15. -1.1- SX-- X C31 1919 FP X .. L .J E 1192 lperare nuke E G35 Ivan! J I:1llIl' Yczu' Slumlcnl. 'lxIlCSiSf .Xlcxzxmlcr llzlmiltlnl. V100 Ulllll I '- Ill l,I'1lllI1llIC L Iulv. IQ- ltr. "TIN llcggill' SIIHICIILU -'GI'Cl'!I Slwn'kl11g's." lxirls' Ulm: Ulnlr, 'l5. Y. XY. C. .X. CURTISS PRICE SAMUEL PRITCHARD ccsamvr HELEN REEVES RHODES . . . .5 - ' . V . BERNICE ROBB ,,, '40, ,E Ci irq 1 ,fd 1919 EEN 5 i 33 mv-,Q 1192 pears nuke A E is-7 :E IN I 91 ki N H Qi LMJJ "'i"'T LUCILE ROSS ALTON RUDE "R00d" 'Vhrcc :xml Une-I lzllf Yczu' Student. Glu- Club, '13-'l4 '15. ulylilllillliu t-l,ilflIl'i uf l,t'II71lll4't GLADYS RUGH llluc Lxlllll. NHVIIIIII k'u11rw. EDYTH RUSSELL , ,,4fj ... ,.,.,J if 551 191916 Es- E L 1-.JJ - p -11 2 Qieare nuke KATHRYN RYAN MAX SCHAFER nSllI'C1l1lillg' tllc Xcwsf' l'4wwll1:1ll.'l5. Gln-cL'l11Im, '14-'l5. l1':u'k, ly lf.. FLORENCE SHAFFNER "Sha.ffie" l"1m1' YC1lI'Slllllk'IIl, RUTH SCHMIDT l'AI'1llIl Nwflll Yzxkimxn,XY:1sl1i11gtu11. High. I ..-dh .Tl I Q1 1919 LEX i ! ! l in-y w .WLJJ GEORGE SEDGWICK 'lllmrcc :mal H110-l lull' Your Sllulcnl. GWENDOLYN SHAW "Gwen" f -4 .Q-vt N. XX.k..X., IJ,-1,-lm. Girls' Glue Flulm. 'lil-'l5. 1.14-c K lull l',cl1lu1', IS, lffmr Yczn' Sllulvnt. LYNDALL SINCLAIR Rommv s1v11TH Hsmnhyn X wc-l'1'cslmlc11t Swpllulmlulvs. , . - 1 l'.u1lllbIlll. '14-' l S-llfi. . v-v 1 , lnlsclrzlll. 14- ID- Ill. Glue flulx. 7--IJA. ,fd 1919 PES 1192 pears nuke 'Y -yn, -l.-.-. -l-. L J - Q92 pears nuke - , G 5 I - Q 'PNN' F97 FANNIE STEWART "Fan" Class .Xl'list, 'ug-'15-'14, Class lfllilwr, 'lj-'l4. l1:lNl4n'Il1:lll,'IJ-'lj-'I 5. ROY STICKELS "Stick" l'11-sillwll SL'lllUl' Class, 'I5-'10, X .Xl1lll1lQ'k'l' l"1wll1:lll, 'l5. l Ycll l.c:ulc1', '14-'15. .XlJlllIlg't'I' Gulf, 'l.3,. XtlIlNN l'l1'l'lllIIlI. MARJORIE STOUT VETA TAYLOR AlBeeplY l'l'K'5lllL'lll l'l1wL-mix l,i1c1':11'y Swvicly, .lj-'I+ 'll'L'1lSlll'Cl' Y. XX'. U. .X., '15, l'l'L'SlllL'Ill X . XX. Rl. ,X., '15-'10, 743 .,. T JG ,..,lJl Q ,gil 1916 lg X ii Q92 Dinars nuke an n 1 K A T 1 A i Lu ASCHA TERPENING ESTHER LILLIAN VALE ltfllll' Ycnr Student. NHVIIIIII Uml'sc. EMIL VODJENSKI CHARLES WALKER lfwvm' Yczu' Stmlcnt. llwfstm-11' l,ilL'l'!l1'y S+wi0lx'. ....-L-4l,,A. I 151 'rf' iff? 19196 X G!-13 spears nuke L N. XX. L. .X.. mm. LLJJ l"Lm1' Your SUILICIII- LLv111mL'rL'1z1l LLru1'sc. ,, . , ... . I ml Ncnrs ll. 5. LHIICL' XX urk. l ur Ycm' Stxulcnl. X. XX. L. .X., lLjl.2. L'Ln1m1c1'L'i:1l L'uu1'sc. 'lxxw YL'2lI'S II. S. LH'l'iL'c XX'Ln'k. DORA WARNER GRACE WEBER - - L L - L JESSIE WEBER llBaIbeY! . . , FLOYD WEST . , ., ul '1 H MQ 191952 A !-an-y WLJJ - - ii Pears nuke RUTH WILLIAMS MARGUERITE WHEELER "Gretchen" PAULINE WHEELER "Phine" 'IKIIVCL' :uul Um--llzlli' YL-:xr Slmln-111, Glcc Club, '13-'14-'15-'10, llrzunzlllc L lub. 15- Hr. RALPH WOOD ...-46k. 1916 LE- X i !'T"' J GSB ,pe Pears My ul,ll'1llk'S UI l'c1lx:llwn BEATRICE YORAN l.lx-4' K lull, 4 Ncnrs. "l':mlinc," llcggzll' Sllulcnlf' , . Nl1lll1lQ'L'I' l.l1-cklull. Vivo-l'1'csiflcn1 lllcv fllllw. RUTH YOUNG Y. XY. C. AX. Q 1 - x 1 lllrls C-lvc K lllll. - 1 1 l 'll-will K up K wnlcst. . . r x llrzuuxxllc Q lull lu-:1sn11'c1'. "'l'1m Nlurll lwwllnsmmf' .A1 K lwsa' In Xzlturcf' TILLIE YOUNG Hlca-L'l11lm,'15. EUNICE ZIMMERMAN "Pennsey" lllu' fluln, 'I Q-'llm. , x lllrcc Illltl Um'-llzlll' Yczu' Slumlcnt. l'l1wc11ix l.ilcl'zu'y Sfwlcty. lmlixm Cllulm Flicker. f C51 IJIG .,.,'Jl 5 i E 2 13993132 nuke !ff-' X Q 1 W..JL!yJ lll'illlJll'iIf' :ls thc sclmul pl11mlmcl',lJ1lt. WIIUIIZIS since fm 1lk'k'HlIIlf HI' g'ClICI'2lI mcril,1vcen c11g':1g'eQtum'cx'- wu thc lmilaliug in U'c11c1':1I, Ubliffilw' :md cum'- 100115 lu cx'c1'yImly. Mr. Chess has won the fricmlsllip uf ull. llis wurk in every llClJElI'Ul1QIlt has In-cn fuzz' v.ru'llmm'. AGNES SUMNER MR. CHESS 'l'hi5 is NIV. L'I1L-ss, the mzm who was Cl1g'1lg'Cfl . 5 51 5 xnlg- ,f Q 1916 GY'-3 ..-Ji 'F l i 1' l A Y 1192 pears nuke W I L?5eniur Qllzxss 15r11pI1e1'g bd l2llg'ClIC.I,I'Cg'1lIl. May ll, 11936, IICIII' I'il'ICIIlI .Xlz I rc1'eive1I ylllll' letter 1l11y hefore XCSICIWIIIX illlll I ZISSIIFQ you it 111111Ie 1111- Ieel il lot Ilctter. I sure Jllll glilll lllill you g'1 11 lI1e:1111aoi11l111e11l of I'Il'l'I'l'I1Il'f' ol' XXIII' IIIIGICI' our new 111I1111111str1111o11. XX ily l111cl1 111 ohl l'.. II. b.. who WHIIIII h:1ve Illllllglll tI111t you XYUIIIKI ever 111111 111111 to tI111t IIIUCII? lilll 11'I111l Slll'lIl'lsCll 1111- more lllllll your ZIIIIDUIIIIIIICIII. is tllllt Roy Stielcels Sllflllltl he eIeete1l Presi- IICIII. Ile use1I to he s11cI1 il hoho, no one tI1ougI1t tI111t l1e XX'0llIll ever 111111111111 lo very IIIIICII. Ilut you IICYCI' C2111 tell wI111t is glilllg to I111ppen. .lust tl1e otI1cr flllj' Illy' wife tol1I 111e ZIINJIII seeing' XY11lt I311vis lllllylllg il Im11n-io Ull tI1e .X111 nstolic I'I1lIlII hus. I :1Iw11ys tlltlllgllt tI111t l1e Wljlllll turn o11t 11II right. Ilut th:1t's tI1e XVIII' things goin tl1is 1I11y11n1I nge. liver si11ce I l1C2ll'll about Gretchen XYheeIer c11tcI1i11g tI111t poor fellow i11 El fish 11et 11111I lllZlI'I'yIIlg I1i111 hefore I1e co11l1I get JIXYZIX. I IIZIYCIIII been S1lI'llI'lSCtI 11t Zlllytlllllg. I I1111I quite Zlll 11cci1le11t tl1is inorniug when I w11s out riding i11 lllj' 11ew IXYCIIIX-fillll' cylin1Ier llyllftlplllllf. llrick Pen11ingto11. llly 11ew CI'IZlllfI.Clll', I1111I just cIe1111e1I up tI1e motor Zlllll sl1e w11s Vlllllllllg like ll top. so I tllllllgllt tI111t I XY1lllIll go over to PUVIIQIIIQI for EI couple IIULIFSI 1Irive- Ile got 11s f11r 11s SIIICIII I1111 the f11tes were Zl.gZlIllSt 11s. We I1111I to I11111I 11111I take on some gas. XVe I1111I no sooner I11n1Ie1l lllllll Il flock of 1von1en CZIIHC 11ro1u11l tI1e corner 11111I ITOUIICCII upon 11s. .lessie XYeher was lezuling tI1e llgg'l'6gZltIl1I1 11111I I noticed .X1leI11i1Ie I1IlIit'. Grace Knopp Zlllll Ifloreuce Shztffner i11 tI1e IlllllCll. It seen1e1l tllfll there w11s II I111sh11111I show on over 111 tI1e .XI'IIlUl'y, 11111I tI1ey WIIIIIUI IIIC to go over Zlllll 1Ieei1Ie which I1111I the cutest 1111111. I went, not h11ving any cI1oiee i11 the IIIZIIICY. Zlllll from tI1e gang tI111t tI1ey IIIUI up for exl1ihition, I Clllllllllit see Zllly very good SIICCIIIICIIS of n111nI1on1I. 'I'he only UIICS tI111t I knew were Lyle Ilush. lflll Cllllllllwll. IAIYZIII Ifllis. 11111I George Se1lg'1vieI1. .X1Iel11i1Ie I.11l1e i11- sis1e1l tI111t l,yIe 1v11s tI1e1'11test.l111t -lessic VVCIICI' s11i1l tI111t I1111 w11s. Gr111'e :1111I l"Iorc111'e were Ilflllg' to co11vi111'e 111e tI111t l,Ill'1lll 11111I George Slllllllll ll11l1l the hlue rihho11. I IIIIIIIII 1l11re cl1oose IFCCIIIISL' I might have I1111I 1111111110 IIUIIIC i11 Il he11rse. 'I'I1e exeite111ent got so intense tI111t P11troI1n1111 .l11cohso11 I1111I to quiet IIICIII. I lllllllilgfll to get IHICIQ to my 11111chine, hut I CUIIICIIIII go on to l'ortl:1111l. It's strange how II fellow rugs 11cross I1is Ulll school 11111tes. liver since you toI1l 111e illllbllt seeing .Xlton Iillllli Zllltl XVZIIICI' xxllilll IIIISIIIIIQ' i11 that 11oo1lle joint i11 L'I1ic11g'o, I I111ve IICCII looki11go1lI for Illj' nhl frien1ls. I s111v Curtiss l'clcrs1 111 llllll .htlllll IxIL'IXIlIl'1?IlCy 111 the IIICZIIFC l11st night. Curtiss was playing IIIK' Ic111l i11 llllll IICXY SCIISZIIIHIIZII 1Ir1111111. "INlotI1er's 'lleelh Now Ifit lf1l11111" ...-iq.. l 'Q pi li- ...UI El 1192 pears- nuke ini, Lua' in the chorus. T noticed where Fat Pixley is running a chicken farm. A few of his overseers are Clara Knopp, Ruth Jameson. Gertrude Irish, Adah Tlartley. and Dorothy Guy. Eat always was strong on this fowl stuff. T see where lValter Cole and Teff Ayres have bought the lVillauiette .lunk Co. lt is now known as Cole. Ayres Co. It sure surprised me when you told me that Paul Ellis and Elizabeth Griffin were divorced. T thought that they were very happy. but that's noth- ing-T read where Norman Byrne and Klertie Chamberlain had a falling out and Norman ran off with Parson Elmer Hunt's daughter. Some people think that Ruby Coram had something to do with it, but T would rather suspect Emilie Goodwin. The Evening Scandal came out the other day with a very shocking story. lt seems that Alfred Tloiland is up before .Tudge Erederick lfitteridge Kings- berry for beating his wife. Lawyer Ruth Ellis has the case for the defendant. T hope they convict him and send him over the road. 'llhat fellow that Grace Crabtree married did the same thing and they gave him forty days on the rock pile. Erank Easset is loose again. Ever since he robbed the widow. Grace Gillam Estes. last week. he has been hiding in the swamp on South XVillamette street. but he was loose again last night and robbed Ethyl Ewer. the pro- prietor of the .Titney Eats. Curtis Price is now holding clown the position as basketball coach in Springfield Tligh School. Mabel Powell and Hazel Pittman are teaching English in the Goshen Academy for Blind Men. VVe always did have an in- tellectual class. T got a letter from Arthur Larson this morning. 'He is in Germany doing missionary work among the heathen. T-Tis wife that used to be Pauline TVhee- ler. is with him. They report great work. but they would do much more for the cause if Charles Vllalker and his gang wouldn't bring so much firewater into the country. Did T tell you about that wedding that T had the other day? T don't think that T did. so here goes. You know in my capacity as President of the Eugene llible Tlniversity, T have all kinds of wedding ceremonies to perform, but about the strangest one of all was wished upon me last 'T'uesday. T was sitting in my office when George Harris burst into the room. He evidentlv hadn't been around very many barbers. because his whiskers were about a foot long and the longer they grew. the redder they got. T-Te said that he wanted me to "tie me and T,,eona up so durned tight there won't be any argument about whether .-50-. fnsj 1916 E C?-'8 H ' P X W Y Adah was playing the part of Edna. T also saw Veta l avlor and Grace XX eber I " " ' ' I 44... G55 C?-3 m lpeare nuke I we are mzirried or noi," Of course, I was willing to "tie him up," hut not in JVRQ ILQJI ' I ' the holy honds of matrimony. Ile would have looked hetter posing as pre- historic man. I tried to get him to shave. hut he has some new religious ideas that keeps him from it. Ile had hetter turn infidel, if it is going to affect him that way. XVell. he got Leona. and lllr. and Mrs. .Xileen Holmes Fat Camp- hell for witnesses and the festivities started. I finally got through, hut I don'l see how I did it. If I have many weddings like that I won't he on this earth very long. We have a new industry here now. 'I'he Flora Dill Pickle company put a hranch factory in here ahout a month ago with .Xrnold Finseth as general man- ager. Margaret llrookhardt. Leoan lluchholz and Fmma llritsland have charge of the department where they cut the warts off. Lucile llampton is mailing clerk. lt is a good industry and I think that it will grow. Say, .Xlfred. do you rememher lfdvthe Russell? XVell. she is in Fgypt now with Dr Nlax Shaffer's hughouseologist expedition. 'llhey are looking for the .nunnny of an old gentleman hy the name of Xcatastrophy. or some-V thing like that. Mr. and Mrs. Flmo Xlaud Lomhard Nladden are cooking for the party. l think that .Xchon 'I'erpenning went along as llug llutcher. hut l am not sure Dorothy Parsons is on the stage now. The last heard of her she was playing the part of little Fva in "Uncle 'liom's Calvin." Ruhy Peregrine is playing the part of 'I'opsy in the same company. Bliss XVilliamson's dramatic interpretation class wasn't in vain, after all. lVell, Al, l must quit pretty soon and go to prayer meeting. Helen Rhodes is going to lecture on "YVhat Chance Has l's Poor XVorking Girls?" and Marjorie Stout is going to sing. "VVhen the Roll ls Called L'p Yonder." and l think that the services should he pretty good. Last week they had a very good address hy l.ectie McDowell, and Josephine Moore sang, "VVay llack Home in Dixie." I take great interest in all of this kind of work. You know Day llailey was the minister who converted me. and l have heeu very religious ever since. l saw in the Morning l,iar where Day and his personal workers held a meeting in .Xlhany last month and converted several people. Gwendolyn Shaw and Fanny Stewart are his personal workers. and the faith is greatly strengthened under their efforts. Ruth Schmidt and Katheryn Ryan left for New York this morning to at- tend the national convention of the ".Xmerican flushandless lVoman's Union of Masculine Desire." Bernice Rohh will he a delegate from Irving. Samuel Pritchard and Funice Pierce eloped to .lunction in a Ford Fight last week and were married hy Justice of the Peace llcal lylountjoy of that k I l .1919 EL. Aw ,L .,,,'Jl wsrm Qi 1195 Pears nuke I I I 6'-33 ci y. t was quite 't surprise to their several rient s. It s very queer the way I" ' people do nowadays, isn't it? I remember, just the other day. I read that Blrs. Ruth Young Allan had left for China to study the whys and wherefors of the Chinese noodle industry. It's strange the way that match broke up. I thought that they would make a very congenial couple, but I guess that things havcn't been right since Walter took to the Hop Habit. Ralph lVood and Eunice Zimmerman are traveling the Iimpress circuit now in an aerial act of some kind. XVhen I saw them two weeks ago in Seat- tle. Ifunice tied herself into a knot in mid-air and Ralph caught her in his teeth as he swung past her. hanging hy his knees on a trapeze. Eunice Pearce and Evangeline 'Iennings are taking care' of that Old Ladies' Home that I told you about in my last letter. I went out there the other day to see an old lady that thought she was going to die. but she didn't. .Xll that was the matter with her was that she was being starved half to death- Ruth Ilyland is the cook. but I didn't know it until I said that. I saw a very pitiful thing last XVednesday. I was walking down Oak street when I saw an old woman in a wheel chair coming toward me. I am al- ways willing to help out such people. if they need it. so I reached for a nickle. Hut I didn't get the nickle so great was my surprise. The figure was no other than Tillie Koppe. I asked what was the matter and she said that her hus- band had been arrested for hlind-pigging and that she had to make her living by selling shoe strings and that business was very bad. I gave her a quarter and passed on. Anything like that makes me feel bad. Rodney Smith. the horse doctor. and his wife, Beatrice Yoran Smith. sure have a hard time keeping a nurse girl for their seven children. They live right next to me and there is a continual hub-buh going on over there all of the time. Gladys Rugh was the last girl they had and she eloped with the ice man. so they are in the market for another. My wife loaned them her maid yesterday but the maid came home in about half an hour and said that she would rather live in purgatory than over there. Some people sure do have a lot of hard luck. I must quit now. Alfred. and clean out the barn-just for exercise. These "Home Runs" make me sleepy. Always yours. ICIfNNE'I'II KFfI,I.l7:INl'S. I u. y ,tel L44 Q' ww FJ i Q +94 1 l l LQJ Qtlzxss mxll : 9 7' " We, the class of lQ1O, Seniors of the lligh School of lxugene, County of Lane, btate of Llregon, lklllg' possessed of soundness ot lllllltl and body, no hereby, ot our own tree will and accord, make and ordaiu, tins to be our last will and testament, on this, the twentieth day of April, A. U. 1910. L nto the following, do we bequeath our property, real, imaginary and personal, herein enuinerated, namely, to-wit as follows: L iito the faculty, individually and collectively, we do leave our most sin- cere gratitude for all that they have done for us during our high school days. L nto Mr. Scofield, our systematic ideas and red tape. L nto the Sophomores our influence of the l"reshmen. L. nto the lireshmeu, our ambitions. Lnto the football team our hopes for a Salem victory. L nto Mr. Chess, our sincere friendship and appreciation. L nto Miss Bagley, our congratulations. L. nto "Ma" Fisher, our slang. L nto Miss Sullivan. our operatic genius. L mo .Xnne Mcklicken, our bugs. L uto Stanley .'Xtkinson, our height. L nto whomsoever desires it, Claire Penuiugton's hair. L'uto Howard Christauson, one first-class lawn iuower tthis is dec-pl. 1 L nto Peanuts Davis. our high school fraternity pins. Lfnto Paul lfarringtou, most anything substantial twilled by request fl. Lfnto lleatrice XYetherbee, .-Xdah XlcMurphey's part in the Senior play. Lfnto Leslie Schwering, our class offices. Lfnto Claire lieeuey. lfrench Moore's conceit. Lnto Clifford Klanerude, our prominence. L'nto Lois llall, many delightful rides in "Fat's" new Ford. Lfuto Annette Spencer, our "pep." ' L'nto lris lllewett, our dramatic ability. L'nto janet Frasier, Dorothy Parsons' dance bids. L'nto lletty llaynes, lleatrice Yoran's voice. L'nto Lawrence Klanerud, Norman 15yrue's library prestige. L'nto john Gibson, Cretchen's memory. L'nto Dorothy Lowry, our blue cards. L'nto .lohnnie llughes. lirederick King'sbury's dignity. L'nto Ray Dunn, a woman. L'nto .Xileen lfquals, Helen Rhodes' popularity tx Fl L'nto Thelma Stanton, Pauline XVheeler's out-of-town men. W s 8 ,Jx t f Q pe 195m-e'TJETq ml N 1192 Qieare nuke 5 3 L nto Mary lillen Bailey, our "cases," A as -7 , , . M H X 1 I l l L nto Llayton Manville, Lurtiss Peterson s leads. Lnto Walter Henipy, liarl liellogg's sentinlentality. L'nto Madge Calkins, suprenie authority over the music room. Lnto Don McDonald, our discarded dancing pumps. Lnto Bob Mann, Roy Stickles' inability to get a "date." L nto Margaret Fell, our "gall" L nto Marion Ady, our artistic ability. Lnto "Governor" lJinxx'iddie, one first-class cigar. Lnto "'l'rin" Wigniore, all football honor. Linto lfstlier Hughes, one bottle of "Sure Cure for liicklenessf' L nto dear old li. ll. S. our fond ineniories, our secrets to keep and onr love. l'nto anyone that we have left ont. tlirongli lack of space. we leave any of oni' qualities that may be desired. tSignedj CLASS OF lglfb. Witnesses : l4l7'l'll YOUNG. Clll4'lllSS I'lC'l'lfRSUN. llerewilll, we set our llZlllllS1lll1l seals, llns twcntictli day ol .Xprll, .-X. IJ., nom IDORUTIIY IRXIQSKJNS. .XlJ.fXll BlcBlL'RPlllfY. DPM.-XMlliliK Attorneys at Law s s l lil ll s l I l l I U J .J l '1-T -54- ,fQl191G Ev GY-3 Fiw '1 4 El W lpeiare nuke A ' E Qllziss grlisiurg ' l11 SClJlCIllllCl', 1911, tl1e class of IQLO e11tere1l lingene High. .X1'te1'111ncl1ex11l1111ation11111la1lvicefron1tl1e faculty, we finally settle1l into tllll' places 11s SlllllClllS, hut ll 1'e1naine1l for tl1e ol1l stn1lents to te11cl1 ns our place as il part ot the st1111e11t lllllly. .XllLl, according to tl1e ol1l students, our 1111 111er place was ll very lllSlg'lllflC2lllt one. 11 e were given Il fine reception, hut after that 1vere ignored, except as snhjects tor jokes. 11 e 1111 111 all tnis, liowever, 11s part of our e1l11c11tio11 Zllltl were soon inocu- la1e1l 111111 lu. ll. S. spirtt illltl lUl'lllCil a large Zlllll loyal faction of 1l1e lfltigene lligll School. .Xt Ulll' first class ineetinlf we electe1l Rnhv lill'-"IIC, 7l'CSlllClll' XX'alter IH - 6 ! llaves, vice- mresinentl 11la111's lilllfll secret11rv Zlllll treasurer, 11111l Milton .Xu- . . P1 9 . hrey, e1lito1'. , the next year we C2llllC l1.1ck It little ol1ler an1l Zl little wiser, 11111l eager to 1 l1111'eo11r t111'11at l1el11ingl1-11cl1 tl1e i11co111i11g'l"rosl1 their llllll1llCl'S. l lJ111'i11g lllll' SIllllllllllUl'C ytxlll' 1ve took Il larger part i11 school activities, 1 liaring lllL'lllllL'l'S on the track. lltltllllllll, lmasketlmall, lllltl llCll2ltlIlg' teams, Zlllll i11 l glee clnos 11111l literary societies. kan' ol't'ice1's tor 1l1eye11r were: XYalter .Xllan, 111'esi1le11t: Ro1lney Sinith, vice-111'esi1le11t: ls2llllCl'lllC llarrison. secretary: llele11 llall, ll'62lSlll'6l'1 Faniiy Stewait, Clllllll' 11111l artist, lllltl lsaac NtZWlll2lll4, SCYQCIIIII-ill-2ll'lllS. ln Ulll' 'lunior year we took ll still larger part i11 SCllllUl 11ctivities. 'l l1e class officers for tl1e year were XYalter .Xllan, p1'esi1len1g llorothy tlny, vice-11resi1le11t: Rnhy llogne, secretary Zllltl treasurer, 11111l llele11 ll11ll L'1llI11l'. 'l l1is f'L'1ll' Cl 1n1pletes our lonr years at li. ll. S. a111l we st11111l llfllllilly at lllC l1e111l of tl1e list i11 hoth SCllUl1ll'Slll1J 11111l attendance. tlnr officers lor 1l1is ytfill' are: Roy Stickles, president: Curtiss Peterson, X'lt'0-lbl'CSltll'llll lqlllly l'Cl'CQ'l'lllC, secretary an1l treasiirer, 11111l Walter Allan, e1lll111'. .Xltho11g'l1 llllillj' Cll1lllQ'CS have heen n1111le i11 Hlll' class. very few have 1l1'o1111e1l ont ol' seliool illlil Ulll' class is nearly as large 11s Wll6ll we ente1'e1l as l'il't'SlllllCll i11 11113. Uni' class will he tl1e largest 11111l one of tl1e hest that l1as ever gl'ZlCllIZllCCl 11-11111 lQ. ll. S. XY1- le'11'e lbClllllll 11s ll splen1li1l recor1l 11111l we i11te111l to keep on lllllllg 11s Q-11111l work after le:11'i11g' lf. ll. S- as we 1li1l wl1ileins1'l1o11l. ,fi 1919 E M U J 1 IYXNNY S'l'lCXV.XR'll, '16. .. ., ot 1172 Ipeare nuke M U i I " o ' if ,Jhmmr Qilzxss 6Bff1rvrs Prcsialent ...... i . .Lcslic Sclnvcring' , Vice-I'i'csidcnt . . . ........... Luis Hull Scci'0t:n'y ...... . . . liC1lII'iCL' xYCli1CI'iiL'C 'I'rc:lsnr0r .. .... Pierson Cmirxull lfdilur .. . . Slznllcy .Xtkiiwm .Xrlist ... .... Nlairiun .Xily I i The jnnifn' class helcl an enthusiastic inefting :hiring the first week ul' sclnml zanml clectccl their officers. The class jnpplicml the High Sclnml with i innny lIlt'lllilt'l'S of l'nuth:Lll :uni utlwr :uhh-tics. ln suvizml Zll'liYiliCS, 'hc i .lnniurs have also hecn prmninciit. They gzwic Il very siicccssfiii Iizml-tinics ' party fur the inid-yiczn' :incl .Innc Seniors, in the Q'j'IIll'l2lSil1IIl uf the High Sclinnl :hiring the first scinester, Plans are now hding inzuic for zu ,liininr-Seniin' mix in he given just hefnrc the clnse of sclifml, I . f Q 191Q E XS .- i QVQQ Q ,Cx ,W BnllmTOl Z5 JNWW N O O 1192 Pears 2l5oolie x ,N I ..-u ,..D! ,- U fqlwlg lFD -. -il Q me nvwe Phunk? 5 1 .Lv l l WALL.-J U if Q1 FJ 1192 Pears Ebooks K l w L..,J f..-'J .Q ,yay 1529 Pkg D, l a ' E Q9 Diearelb la U .... 4 ' r 1 N NJ. i 'WJ U AA? 511 1919 L52 I -11? I I 1 i GE-'B G23 pe pears .mtg l " 7 . f ' ' . . buplzuitrnrn' Mans Qffxrvxb Presitleitt ..... . . .... l.ZlXYl'CIlCl' Xlzmeriifl Yiee-1'resitlent ........ .... X Yillizun llnrtly Secretary :mul 'lll'L'ZlSlll'CI' . . ..... lrene XYetzel limlitur .............. .. .XY:tlter llempy 4TT1 -is-T11 X 'l'l1e SHIJllHlllHl'L' class llzts lmeen very active this year. sitpplyilig' iiizmy' luv' lrzlll. truck. :mtl glee elulm members. 'llliey gave at cleliglitful clzuteing' pztrty fur tlle lligli Selitml student lmtly :tt the Fully llztll mluring' the first semester. .X mienie is mm' lveiiw' mlztnnccl for the members of tlte class fur :t few weeks lie- 5 lf-re tlie eml ul' selitml. tu Ll +4 J ' " "' Ui -.i.-- LGI1 .-1. Z' fill 1916 F2 N JLUJ 1- -M6 ,A E 119 Qieare Ebooks ..-1 G....'::? J Y i I I .+..'J U if Q1 1919 LED X E 1. 5 K. QR nnlllhl ig-'-K ,, 5H ! 4 E i i f G55 C123 jpg pears nuke 1rn4 .T,,,, -. - , gl' I'l'5lI1II1'1t Unss Glffxrvrs l'resi1leut ..... ....... L 'liffwrtl Nlnuereutl X'iee-l'resitleut . .. ..Xllieue 'llrztwieli tSwpl1 l S0k'l'k'lllI'X' . . . ............ l.HiS l'iX illI'L'1lS11I'L'l' . , ..... Huy X CIll"ll ' l 7'1le llumln -rt .Xrtist . t Jur lfreslimztu elziss is uue uf the very largest classes tlmt luis ever emerefl tlle lfllff' 1- lliffli Seliuul. :tml Il lzirlfe uumlmer uf us lielwug' tn rziriwus :tetiyities ' r.UL A A uf tlie selitml. .Xt the lfreslimzm pztrty :mtl espeeiztlly :tt the l'Al'CSlllllZlll reeew- titm. we lizul Il rery eujuyztlrle time. lu liicltliug' the Seuiurs gm rl-lmye. we em szty tliztt we liupe to lie :is fiue :1 elztss some day in t'1e future. Qllnss lnvm lt was ezirly iu Septemlmer .Xml our llezirts liezit liigli witli primle. .Xs we slcippecl ztluug' together XX'itli our primers :tt nur sitle. XX'lieu we were usketl. nXXvll0l'C :ire vnu sg'wi1i'g?' XX'itl1 surprise we lmrezltlietl. "U Hy!" XX'e suppuserl tlle wliule wurltl lcuew 'l'l1:1t we were muff tu lfugeue lligli. 'lllie utlxers ezilletl us lfreslimeu. lfrusli. :mtl every utlier unme, llut we'tl eume prepztreml to tnke it. Su we elezively plziyecl tlie gzuue. llut we'll exteucl to next yefu"s lfreslmieu. Xu mutter liuw tliey fuss. .Xll the truulmles, grief :tml snrruws 'lllizit tlie wtliers g'1lX'ClHllS. ..-Ui '..LuJ Q --141 ff Q 1616 N lysate llbooke 1 I I N v.. " J W U Qj 1516 px Q, 'QJJ - - fl!'!Q IDL QDeare 55? nuke 135' 'I H L f':"' ' . ff, . X z",',f ' ' I X ' s 'Q A . l - Qai I ff' N - 1 A fl 4'.ql,XM w 1 9 382,051 N 4' rf Avkmf QGGQ '- f , 5:1f,:w Q :W 4 4 rf V' I ,511 1 -"X .-"I32.- H61 "M f .4-4.119-.'+' - f wil? ' ,-5.5-',.e ,pr 1 wav mf' 4-:--: , , ,, --.. I4 X612-f.' ,q-sa! W . "" ' ' 4-If .42-i Ml.-'--f4-r-rEf::f"fwr'- -1 1 'MJ' 427-'T X 595, za.: . QQ' QZQQQQ 4 'x ofa ,, ,- A -- y'W53?5f5 4? .4:'f:f'21:I'P:4:ef:. ' N ' ,I 1 fi " 'N' ' ,FQ-iKE7Zll50 '- gb mceEF q? ymfffsf- by ,QS w. E9 IG Q c a 'FF' !fn-y 171- 2 pears nuke - B' Staff ICIJITOR-lN-Cllllflf .. .............. P.XL'L P. F.XRlQlNG'llON .Xssucizlte lfclitm' ..... . ............................... lris lllcwett ASSlS'll.XX'll lCl3l'l'URS. l Society . . . ..... ...... l Jllfllllly Parsmms .Xthletics .. ................ .-Xrtlnu' Lzu's4m l C2ll'llNllllSl . . . . . .xvllllllf llulin, Russell ll1'ow11 I lfxclmngcs .. ................. lris lllewett l jokes ....... . . 1 .......... Clzlrcnce Frzmz .Xlumni Nutes . . .......... Xvlllllllll lfl. Klm'I'isu11 Plmtugrz1pl1c1's .. ................. Ray Dunn, Leslie Sclmwering l1l'SlXliSS S'll.Xl"FA ISVSIXICSS NIAXNAGICR .. ...IQIQNNIQTTI K. KICLLICMS .Xssistzmt Nlzumgcr ........... .......... l 'lzmmlcl licllmloom .Xclvertising lxlilllllgfl' .......... .... l fverctt Pixley .Xssistzmt .Xrlvertising' Nlilllilgfl' .............. ...... ll ol: Nzmu XllSClfl,l..XNlfUl'S. llclgzu' Gurney. Jxftlllll' l41ll'SUIl, Cuurtlcmcl Klattlwws. lluris Rmvling. L .J J -55- I P .++.'.N - .fl3.,l1919 FJ - Q. pe Ipeare Ziiiooke UPF I 1 r i I 3 .HJ 4 .JMU --IW- Q- ,151 1919 Fi U 'Pl e Pears nuke 'Ti'l B' l ...gf Qhiiuriztls A Nvehrh QZIIQ11151' uf llnlirg . . .. . . . . . , In YZICZIIIIIQ the st1':1ig'l1t-lmztekecl pure ttr chzur ut eclitur ot the lu. ll. 5 hy-weekly p11l1liCz1ti1111, there are El few stiggestiims tllllt might he iifferi,-cl hy -nie who f:1ile1l tn complete some of his plzms for 1111 icle:1l prep seliiwl j1111r11'1l. S1 11110 times, z1ltl11111g'l1 the germ of Zlll excellent icle:1 is given hirth ill the illIlllllVt' i111le11t:1ti1111s of thel1rz1i11. the successful mzttiiriiig' uf tl1e i1lef1 clues 11111 ficetir. S11 with some uf the ifleas uf this yCZlI'lS editor. 'l'he News was successfully eh:111g'ecl from 21 Slllilll eight page 1lllllllCIle tiuit. the hulk uf the lll2lICl'lZlI uf which was literary, tu :1 flilll'-IIZIQC i1111r11:1l which we helieve is much hetter, huth i11 mftketip :mil 111:1teri:1l. lint tl1e same iclezt has heeii iisetl to 21 large extent. of fUl'lllCl' j'C'lI'S in the news write-ups of vz1ri1111s high selinol activities. The News :mtl tl1e111:1j111'itv-we eutilil ZlllIlUSI s:1yz1ll-ufliisfli schfmtil inp- ers seem to cleem it esse11ti:1l that all societies, w11'g:111iz:1ti1111s :mil ehihs shmilrl :mil must he e11111111e11te1l fZlX'Hl'2llJly upon. Hy this we mezm that tl1e write-ups uf chih zithletie games. tr:1clc111eets. clztss plztys, 1lr:1111'1tie t'llIlD'S :tml Glee eh1h's lDl'tNlllL'llUllS shc1t1l1l :ill receive l'ZlYUI'2llllC ewmittents from the selnml pztper. -- 69- ...,J' -il ,fit 1916 LESS 1 l tp 1392511 nuke i in Q I . p ' I ' Q f W7 lauthng the teams or cast as the case may be ntcltvnlually antl collectively. Xu 1' ff " matter how poor a game the high school team has playetl, no matter how inefficient the cast of a school play has been, the scribe constructing the story weaves in an abuntlance of superlatives informing the stntlents of what a wontlertul bunch ot athletes they have or the great munber ul natural born actors or opera singers they possess. ,,.. . . . . . . llns, nlea we believe is entirely wrong ot trying to misrepresent to the stu- rlents a thing which they have seen ancl tlo not appreciate. What the high school papers all over the L nitetl States neetl is a critic, an honest critic wno has the nerve antl who will write what he believes. L ntil the high school papers tlo get the itlea antl criticize their various tbI'Q'2llllZZlll41IlSiIllltl tell the stutlents through their columns what they really believe insteatl of boltlly lying about them, until then the paper will be reatl with no interest antl witn- out the stutlents believing what they reatl. 'llhe etlitor ul this year's News has realizetl antl appreciatetl these things, l . , . . . , Init somehow tlns years paper has been very taulty along tlns hne. .Next i year's etlitor shoultl secure for himself a reporter who will work, anal will tell l the truth, the whole truth. etc.. antl he will be on the way to having a paper. a real paper. that people will appreciate antl believe. This eclitorial is not the result of merely itlle thoughts antl we believe that he who walks into the News otttce next year will tlo well to lollow in a measure the suggestions here mentionetl. Cguttrvrniug Ehiiuriuls llnring the past year we have attempted in the News. to hasten away from the milk-sop type ot' eclitorial slubjects. antl attempt to phrase what we intentletl to convey to the reaclers in a manner known as "from the shoultlcrf' XYhen the present staff took up the mluties of putting before the stu- tlents a paper. it was sick of the overplayetl strain anal the continual harping on nscltool spirit," antl subjects of equal clryness. So long as the etlitor of any paper, no matter how small or large. is lorcetl to elucitlate about such important things as "the girls sewing society." antl "what makes the grass grow green."-just that long will the paper re- main unworthy of the reatling. What a paper nectls-no matter how small it may be-is snap. antl snap can be obtainetl only through penning what one thinks-both in news articles antl etlitorials. .Xs has been statetl tormerly in the high school paper. we have been allowetl more frcetlom in proclaiming our thoughts than previous etlitors. 'llhe t. . J l best plan that conltl possibly be matlc, we think. woultl be to put the high school 4- - 'J ls lwi. f -, Q191G FD Q92 pears nuke E 1 chi- editor on the same basis as many college newspaper editors-that the editor-in- 2-. 'Ml chief may accept or reject any material he sees fit-that he may write what 'nl editorial he wishes, on any subject, criticising as he chooses-any he. and he alone, may take the consequences. XYe believe that the editor of a high school paper is possessed of enough common sense to write his own editorials-if he does not he should not be editor, and should be doing something else. llut if the person who is supposed to edit the paper that is supposed to be the stu- dents' paper. is forced to knuckle under the reproofs of an overseer. we be- lieve that is time for that person to be licking postage stamps for somebody with part of a backbone of his own. and not attempting to hold down any office of which any merit. progressiveness, and a will of one's own play even a small part. 'llhese casual comments are not thrust particularly toward local condi- tions but have been the conditions in liugene lligh School at one time and are , now true in some schools. f lior the success of any undividual or body of individuals independence and freedom of speech are necessary units and the sooner those in charge realize this and permit those things. will they have students possessed of more sense ot' responsibility and better fitted for their later life when no one is to stand above them continually and say, "'l'hou shalt not." Pt ,Seth Zlfzxrrinvll tu the News Ullffire I XYe now approach the sad and touching department of the editorial sec- tion. Right here is where thc editor according to tradition and former .Nnf nuals is supposed to linger long and lengthily on the soft peddle and spill a j couple of gallcys of soft stuff. 'llears are supposed to dim the eyeballs and i copious quantities of the saline fluid are supposed to splash saliferously upon the copy paper. No more will the editor inhabit the old News Office. No more will he I be allowed to reign supreme over his little old rag of a paper. No more will he he allowed to curse the wouldbe contributors or they who should contri- l hute and don't. No more will he he allowed to roam the hills at will, or I miss his classes on "News days." 'llhese days are over. llut there are ad-W 1 vantages perhaps. No more will he be compelled to miss school every other day in rustling , after some stuff for the paper. No more will the school janitor see him l vacating the News Office at five-thirty in the evening after having spent hours in rustdling copy for the next day's News that had to be had e'er the pap- i l er went to press. No more will he have people point in scorn in his direction and lk. .l J . + ., J - r--f -70- A ff it 1616.59 e 1? care on ke Q G a say. "Yumlei' fuul is il punk etlittnf' .Xll this is over, the hml parts :unl the gmail. 4' g Q .Xll is tln'uug'h. T ii '- lint we wwuhl like tu saty than we have enjuyetl it :ill the way tln'uug'h-- th'1t the stuff will never regret llzlviug taken over the respunsihilities of put- l tinlf out the pzuiei' :incl fxlllllllll, hut nuw that we are tlirmigli we are not tezutul. N ue IH ilc " 1" :N i', 5 We sineerely hope that the News has heen enjuyeml :intl that "X e e :tt leztst in :t nieztsure. is :1 sueeess. Swv illikr Elf 'llhe ,Xnnnzil is ll crazy hunk, XYe like it. 'llhe students fm' their fztees kink. 'llhey like it. lt hzis :in ztwful lut uf hunk Swine uf its euts are su inueh junk l Swine jukes zu'e nhl :incl awfully punk- ? XYe like it- l .. . lhe stzlll ztlsu put nut the Xews. .Xnrl hketl it. .Xnml ex'ei'yliutly spillecl their views. .Xml liketl it. llut nuw we'x'e lll1ll'lit'l.Ctl mn' stult. XYe'1'e llll'lJllQ"ll with all the hull :intl hluff. We'x'e haul our tilne. :intl fun enuugli, r 1 ' - lu like it. ,',' DX , lilf L it , Iilkwjgg ' - v all 2 ti 1- -- -- l-' L L4 J Q ...... -71, ffsil 1916 6 Qieare nuke . W. - 'H 1 ,Mex N C Ui-613 KEN 9 , ,, . U1 U Q ,111 V Aw,:5,fr"" . - 'fl-' L, ' . ?L'!', Ty, C fA 6 kjg'x,.11?f. ff- 'Wy Il! Ulm " IIEINIEEE5 '- 1117? " J . ,E 1 14 I, , N XQDXNNLN 'k1r1f11:11111IIIlN- llllll xllllhllqs '-.Eff 1 ,X 63 my 111m1m'1"' llllll ,IIIIIIINEI lllll,Ef 1 XT kj ,, f-J 1940 QLD. Issue of the Eugene High School Neyvs EXTRA 15111511111-,O1'111!o11, .lunumx 3, I9-IU EXTRA 1940. W1- lun- done mn hes' ml ocale a Iaruc um! of our 0111 s EDITDWS NOTE-We. me meluhrrs 01 the stall ol lin: Eugene N111h School News 111 1915,lmvc11-l11111Pl1tn!I11: sr-11115 111 11111 s1lm11I1Iays and have out nu! lhls !lIr.llul1ay.la1111.1ry 3. rhfml males 31111111 u11I1ImIlv.l1nI lP1ry.11f111r11'. du11'11. Wu I111111: rw-1y an'-1111111 .ull seuurp 3 rDDV UI llns uanrr, NNNN EVANS, EUNNEN 00" Ell6ENEH.S.5IUllENl, MNYNH IIE NEW YNNN 21" "" """i ol.1A1111.11.11-l- r..1111.1. l,..1.11-1 1.1 ln111f.1 51 11.1 c:...1.1..m1.1 I 1... P1-1.1.l.111 CITY SHOWS MUCH OTHV PARSONS HAS UNENE NEFEMS THE SPEEUY SALEM Mmw'L?3E'i2?.li......1NUNlNU UHHISUNSUN EUUTBNLL TEAM ENUNY IN HIVNL IJNY 5122. 'ww 'N "Nl FUN Old Rrval ls Cu1up4vlu1y Tuuull E11111-111' H11 511111-nn Walks Oil M1111 Lell 111 Smqe 1.1.1.1 11..1.. .111 1 .1 1 . .11.11.-11 A111l11v I Hvmy. Snccdy.' 11 0 IS S1111u when F0111 11-1-11 Sal:-m . ,, P111 I. 11 Cn111I1!11m, 1 '1- '..,. 1 -. 1 . ... N . ...1., ..,.1.1.11 s.. PNENENINE SINIINEISN ... I... sz...-.1-1 1. n ....M on -1. :.....1..... c.1y 14 1... 11. w..,.... 1. .4...1... FORMER 11. S. SYUUEV' Cmmgf mn glngn 11- .1-11.21..11,11...f,.I.1...1...1.-1-1... 11... .1.1..11.. 1. X" ' 15 315155, 3g,A,,1. , .1 1- .,... .. 1 111' ...... ..1.... .11..... ...1 " ' "' N.. Mn.. 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V N w g ., w w yg 4 5 9l.F Rr I'V'F4I T g gpg pm i..tt G59 I fl f ji h 5 ri II 'I at 2 .Pi Girzxgir Qflrruiu tl'I1litor's Nou-.W Those with weak minmls :intl lu-arts. :tml tl e-a- p regztril for the fztetilty will ph-use not rezulj. By .ll-yself. I sat szully :alone in the News office, at trifle tlesponmletit over the otllhioli for Ye Yezire Iflooke. Uutsicle everything wus heztutiful. 'Ilhe sky wats at heziutiful sky-hlue. tStrzt1ige. isn't it fl 'l he little hlztcles of grass were showing plziinly that they li:uln't receivetl the attentions of at lawn harher recently. Nothing coulcl he heztrcl hut the rztttle of some ztmhitious wouhl-he stenog- rztpher on the next floor with now ztntl then at snore from some lucky stuile or at sneeze from one not so lucky. 'llhrough the open winilow came steztling at sweet hreeze. pungent with the otlor of stewecl prunes, :intl onions, wztfteil up from the cztfeterizt. I got up, wztlkeil :trouml the room three Qgll times, for :i little exercise, kicketl over the wztstepziper hztsket in :in effort to keep ztwztke. 'llhe Vomit! seemeil exceedingly stuffy. I sztt tlown-clzuiceil :tt the closefl Spanish hook on my tlcsk, plzicecl hy hezul on my ztrms, :mtl then ...... .ig Ik i gk 4' 4' Ill WI 1? I seemetl :iwnke with zi start. I glzuicecl hurrieclly zihout me. "XX'here. oh where :im I?" was my thought. 'I here seeniecl to he thousztntls of people :trouml me-:ill with pziinecl expressions on their faces. I hzul never heeii in :mv place like this in mv life. I got up :incl wztlkecl Il short tlistmtce :tml W stoppeml. Un my right wits it huge Iimhurger cheese tree with severztl lierninus sitting lieneztth it. The otlor from the cheese which grew in zthunclzmce wus :twful :mtl the poor people who sztt lieneztth it wore terrihle expressions of :tgony :ts they inhziletl the fumes from the fruit. I sztw now thztt they were chziinetl to the tree. I stoppetl at mzin who pzissetl mc. smoking :t "Home Run" cigztrette :intl staggering heneztth Il lozul. "XX'here :im I?" I inquireml. "'I'his is hell," he :uiswerecl sourly. "It sure is," I ztgreetl, "hut cut out the preliminztries. where :tm I?" Ile looketl clisgustetl. "I'm not kimIcIing," he groztneil, "these :ire the lower regions-this is the plzice of torment-the place of punishment-this is llutles-IIIfI.I.l" il. .i .4 "lJon't'swe:tr," sztiil I. "what :ire 'wuz iloing, :mywziyf +731 1919 Iwi In-no J.. .,,,ul -l .lg G 3 "Why, on earth I was a cigarette fiend. I have here I3,000,000 packages -nv-1,' I i i of 'Home Run' cigarettes which I must inhale before tomorrow morning. If I don't get 'em done they'll make me smoke twice as much 'Ilull Iburhamf I gotta' go. S0 long." I watched him light another cigarette and depart. Then I saw a rather pleasant looking individual approaching me. I no- ticed, however. that the way his hair was parted gave a kind of horny effect to his countenance. "Who are you?" I asked hrustpiely. "IJon't I look like the devil?" "You do, rather," I replied. "hut I was too considerate to tell you so. Who are you ?" he expanded proudly, "I am the devil-Satan I" "You needn't get so cocky ahout it." I reproved. I seemed to he getting along fine. "XYhat aiu I doing down here, anyway?" I was quite severe with the old duffer. "Come with me and hold your tongue, or I may put you in the faculty section," he said, a little sternly. Ile turned and walked away with me at his heels. I wondered what the "faculty section" was. Ile turned to his right. opened a red-hot door, and we passed in. I did not seem to notice the heat at all, but the poor, sweating inmates, looked up wretchedly. hut hastily resumed their lahors when they saw my companion. 'llhey were all working at a wood- pile which contained Ifl,OO0.000 cords of wood, moving it stick hy stick, for three miles. "XVho are these wretched people," I asked. "They are the teachers who, while on earth. delighted in making their pupils put in wood for very trivial offenses. XN'hen they succeed in piling the wood at one end. they must carry it hack and pile it at the other." Ile led the way out again and I gladly followed. Ile then walked through the streets of llades with me until we came to a lovely palace with hundreds of heautiful fountains spouting everything from Coca Cola to Old Uverholt. lYith my companion we gained entrance to the marvelous structure. Inside everything was a direct contrast to the den of torture we had just left. Hundreds of easy chairs ueie scattered ahout the spacious main room Ina trifle smaller room, farther off, I could see handsome fellows dancing with beautiful girls. In still another room lovely maidens were fanning more young men. clad in white flannels and smoking llerhert 'IIarreytons. Everyone seemed exceedingly happy. "And who are these contented people ?" I asked. 'iw' I ii L'..a "J Q3 1616 E2 ""' i -74- - ,.Y...1...1., ,.. .. -V . Y . - V V lL, . , , 1 l ,' ' ' , r-'f rn-w - 'lllicx s.111l lllN t1t.1111t .11 tx '.11c tlic stttclcitts 11l1f1 llfltl 11111111 ll! t I Ullllll Xtll 11111 ttlu. 111111 mltttu Ll l ' . 1 '1:'1 x"'t1e1'c. 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"Y1111'll l'Cg'l'Cl tl1is sumo tlztyf' l 11':11'11crl. l1ittc1'l1'. lilll slic imly s111i UI1. it slic 1'c:1l1zc1l xxltztt sltc l1:1s c11111i11g'l dm 1919 Ev Pears nuke l I . l l otha' - ' he i ein futher lay G. lf. fat-at-11. tl'Idito1"s Note. It is very seldom that a story such as the following eoines from ai high seh munx l student. The dl-seriptions of Alaska we are .loudest in our praise of--the reader is impressed with the author's knowlodge of Alaska and the Alaskan. l"o1' the deseription. though the theme were not gr 1r1v cl, we believe it worthy of the reaidlngl. 'lhe inhabitants of liuskatan were mainly composed of dogs, lndians and semi-Russians, with a sprinkling of the white race. llistributed, perhaps, somewhat after the following manner: .X school teacher, two storekeepers. a few stranded gold hunters. a dozen or more fishermen. mostly from Northern lfurope, and three or four ex-residents of San Quentin, or other notable places. 'l'he population was in all about forty in number, including the "floating" pop- ulation. 'lhe village is situated in .Xlaska not far from the .Xrctic circle and is close to the converging of the ancient game trails with the river. lt is not an uncommon thing for the dogs to chase a moose right through the main street tif liuskatan can be said to have a main streetj, or into the river, where he swims and dodges the dogs and rifle shots. 'lhe school teacher presides at a "singerfest" once a week in which the natives join. 'llwenty or thirty ragged and fur-clad savages are training and sing like a city operatic company. For the "king-pin" stunt the instructor places four, twelve-year-old Indian boys on a large table, orders each one to open his mouth wide, takes an ink bottle. slips it in and out of each mouth to prove that it is wide open, then this quartet sings, "llail Columbia," "Star Spangled llanner" and "My Country "l is of Thee" with an artistic rend. 'l'he L'nited States government would not allow Kuskatan a license for a regular liquid refreshment parlor and the village was very dry at times. So dry, in fact, that the time would drag heavily along on the cold winter nights. 'llhe citizens. business men and yelltmw-metal-luinters sought to remedy this and organized the lnterlocked Moose llorn Club. lfach contributed his full share for the purchase and furnishing for a suitable home for the club's enjoy- ment. This was a building about twenty by forty feet. made of logs and had a shingled roof. 'l'here was an entrance door in the center of one end, and two painted windows at each end of the room. The inside furnishings were composed of twelve chairs, three small round tables on which were a number ul glasses. .X small desk near the door held a book in which the guests were requested lu register. On the walls were a few select heads of znoose and Q 1919 E2 .y4,lJl. l 111 1111111111 S KL J. L 51111511 111 S 1'l US . 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'11111' 11111110111 11C111g' 1'2l11'1Y 0111111 101, 110 111111011 1115 111t01111f111 111 511111- U1 1+ J ' ' ' 1 1 au 2 - ,551 1916 Ei GE? ,I ""' Xfr lpeare nuke room t rawing some from each faucet in a glass. . er Nels hacl matle three trips arountl the room in this manner, the cluh room itself hegan to go arounrl ancl aronntl. He hacl forgotten to close the faucets ancl now he thought he was on hoartl a ship in a hig storm. llc trictl in vain to grah a mast or a piece of rigging. hut it all seemetl to keep out nl. his reach. .Xt last he matlc a tlcspcratc struggle anal lantlctl on his hack with his hcatl hctwecn two chairs. ln his fall the hanrl that hcltl the glass struck the'tahlc. the glass flying through the air struck the interlocketl moose horns antl they hroke into so many pieces that it woultl he tlifficult to count them. Nels now lay quite still. 'l'wo hours later a memher of the cluh came to the floor anal when it failccl to yieltl to his key, and after a few secontls cleliheration, he rleciclerl that some one hacl hroken a key in the lock. Soon two more came. trietl the cloor. -inrlgeil that the lock was hroken on the insitle. .Xnother came anal saicl. "l never thought the lock was any goocl, nohowf' More memhers came and now that there was no chance to get anything to tlrink right away, they fliscoveretl that they were thirstier than he-fore. Finally. after much clehating ancl specu- lating. the cluh gathered in the rear of the general store to cuss and cliscnss the situation, ancl seeing that there was a quorum present. clirectetl the secre- tary to orcler at once two of the hest locks ohtainahle. clirect from Frisco. Along about clayhreak on the following morning. the postmaster rliscov- erecl that Peclclerson was missing and in a very few minutes seven memhers of the cluh harl gatherecl in front of the tloor of the cluh. carrying a small log which hail heen left after huiltling a nearhy cahin. lVith three men on each sitl-e of the log anrl one at the rear entl they rushefl against the floor. The houses of Kuskatan are well huilt. and most of the floors will lioltl water. The cluh room floor even helfl whiskey on that occasion. .Ns the floor gave way uncler the hattering log. ancl swinging open. there lay Nels snhmergecl to the ears in a mixture of alcoholic heverages, picklerl insitle ancl out. .Ns the floor smasher rushed in. two of the men caught Nels up luv the arm anfl raisetl him to a sitting posture anfl his first exclamation was. "XVhere am l:clitl the ship sink ?" G'-'T113 IW" ..+.lJ' LUJN - - ,11-T 1916 E' ig! QI lgig FP It mfr . ffl? 5.55 - .... Qlluf 112sImm111.1 gpg I Zllruxn llrr PIZIYQ Hy 1117111111 1-Illfd I'lL'I!l'llSll'j' .llIl.-XYCIII t11 ll picture sh111v llilllglll, e11Ile1I "II11ltIe Cry 111' I'L'ilCL'.u just g11t l1111'l1. It 1v11s fine! AX girl tl111t l1111ke1l 11l11111t llll'CC ye11rs 11l1ler lllllll I 11111. sl111t Il spy! I wish I Ctlllltl sl11111t Il spy. 'I'he spy was i11 l11ve xvith l1er. I XYUllItIllll sl11111t ll 1111111 if he fell i11 l11ve xvith lllC. It 111igl1t l1e1I1111- QL'l'UllS, 11111l tI1e11 if he 1v11s11't il spy-. l'lel1r11111'y 5th.-I've j11st l'CZllI 1111 1111 spies. I l'C1lil 1111 111'tiCle 1111 them. It s11i1l tl111t ll flCl'lllllll spy i11 l9r11111:e g11t himself e111pl11ye1l 11s Il seh1111l teacher. Ile xv11re 11r1li1111ry el11thes 11s 11 1lisg11ise, j11st 11s 11lI 11f tl1e111 1I11. lly l1ei11g il seh1111I tezleher, he f1111111l 11111 h111v lllillly 111e11 11111l l111ys were 11f Zlfllly age. Ifi1111Ily tl1e 1'11p111i11 111' tl1e ZIKIYIIIICC g1111r1l st11le i11t11 tl1e t11xv11. llllUllSCl'X'C4l, 11111l tl1e spy 1vr11te ll llCCllll1ll' sign 1111 the l1l11el: l11111r1l 11f the seh1111l. 'I'he captain s111v it 11111l it lllL'2llll s11111e1l1i11g 111vf11lI illllllt 1v11s l1ef11re l91'1111ee ever tll'6ZllllClI 11f xv111'. lt j11st g11es t11 IIYUYC tllilt IECFIIIZIII5' llllly I111ve spies 11ver l1ere. XYe have 1111 11r111- Ul'j', :1111l l'Il XYIIQCI' tl1ey IIZIYC Il spy here, i11 either tl1e L'11ive1'sity 111' li. II- S.. just t111'111111tl111ys. 1I'll het every 1111e 11f the .X. O. Ii's11111l C. S's111'e e11u11te1l. 11111, l1e1'1111se I llC2ll'll tl1e filllllly Sily tl111t they 111111le "The .Xp11ll11 l!elvi1leer" 1 I l1111lc sick. lYllCll they 11re i11 tl1eir Qylll suitsj. If there is ll spy i11 If. ll. 5. I Zllll g11i11g' t11 lllllll I1i111. Ile'll he Slll'1'j' when I 1l11. I Zllll g11i11g t11 l1e Il Sl1erl11ek I I'11l111es. NI11rel1Oth.-.X1111111tr11il11fspy. 'Il1111 lllltij' t11 xvrite. Oh! 'IIl1e111vf11lIest tlllllg' IIZIS h11p11e11e1l! Illll i11 1lisgr11ee f11r life! I flllllvt 1 . 1 lc1111xv 1vh11t 1111l11I It's j11st ZlXX'l.llII Ifvery ti111e I e11ter11el11ss r1111111 s11111el1111ly is sure t11 11slc. "ll111v's tl1e spy l:l'CSlllllZ1Il?u Makes 111e s11 llllllll l'111 never. 11ever, gtllllg' t11 s1'h1111l Ilgilllll I Zllll lltlt g11i11g' t11 tell IXI11ther 11111l get IQILIQIICKI :tt 111111tI1e1'l1111gl1 lllUl'C. l111t I Zllll g11i11g' t11 xvrite it 1l111v11 f11r111y 11yv11 relief, just 11s it Il1ll7IlCllQtl, xvith 1vl111t Klrs. Iileteher 11111l l3r1111lcs e11Ils, L'NI'IlY? CUIIIQR- IQNCIC? Zlllll Il gre11t 1le11l 11f ICNIPI IXSIS. l.llSt Nllllltllly 11igl1t after re111li11g 11p 1111 llllllllikllf' l1l1111lq 11I1l spies I 111111le1111t11 list. which if flllllltl true 11f il 1111111, c1111- viete1l I1i111 11s Z1 spy. 1 I Cltlllll helieve tl1e11111g11zi11e XYZIS 1'igl1t.J 1. Must l1e :11l1l1'esse1l 111 tl1e civil cl11thes 11f the C4 11111t1'y he is se1111ti11g i11. .:. N111 11111 h11111ls11111e. 1 Ile 111igl1t 11ttr11et 11111 ll'lllCI1 11tte11ti1111j. 3. .Xet very s1111ve11111l 11l1ligi11g, s11 11s t11 get l11ts1111t 11f y1111. 4. .X very s11spiei1111s el111r11eter. 3. I711es s11spi1'i1111stl1i11gs. 'I'I1isl 1'11rrie1lt11seh1111l. COI1, if I 1111ly Illltlllil II It ee1't11i11ly l1111ke1l 11s if NMUJ N...,1JI QQQ G-'13 luck was coming my way that morning. for right in the middle of a period, the I x L T door opened, and a great big broad shouldered man, of medium height walked in. Ile had straight black hair and looked very much like a German. though some what like a great big boy. His suit was quite .Xmerican. but neverthe- less land I still maintain it5 there seemed to be an air of foreign difference about him. IYhen he began to talk to Miss iNIeXX'own it was with a sort of a courtly graciousness that was simply fascinating. llut finally he smiled, and then though if tthe smilej was charming. I nearly collapsed! I don't believe I ever saw anything more suave or secretly spy-like in my life as that smile. I had spotted the spy! I was sure of it. This conviction had scarcely been borne in on me when the spy turned a little and glanced side ways at the class, still talking to Miss Blcliown. Ry this time I was staring at him, and I must have been white for I felt cold all over. and little prickles ran up and down my back. .Ns he glanced at the class I could feel. positively feel him count the boys. .Xnd when he continued to talk. although l could not distinguish what he said. I was sure that he spoke with a light accent. .X little later he left. Miss Mclsfown asked if I was ill. I said. I was not. only a little cold. and I certainly was! .-Xny way I decided to find out all I could about the SPY as soon as possible. .Xs I was afraid to ask many questions of the older students. and dreadful- smarty old sophomores. I neither found out more about him or saw him at any time during the rest of the day. but my list checked up on all but the fifth point. 'l'uesday I saw him but once, after school walking through a vacant hall alone. and to my watchfulness seemingly to glance about as if afraid of being follow- ed. I should have. had he not growled most awfully at me. and I did not dare. Any how he looked dreadfully suspicious. I didn't see him at all VVedncsday but mv clnnn saw him talking to Miss Fomings and 'I'hursday I did too. fIf I had stopped and given up then l wonldn't be suffering all I am nowI. IIowever this morning the final fifth point was filled. I am a guide during the second period and I had to get the attendance slip from a number of rooms. IVhen I entered the last, I nearly fell over: at the black board stood the Spy. just ready to write something. The class was not looking. and I had entered so quietlv he did not see me. I saw him do the most mysterious thing you ever sawl I believe a real detective on as hot a trail as I was. would think it verv suspicious too. This is what he did. Vp in a corner he whote a stradnge sign. iust like this "Hen" and under- neath "S6." Copied it down and then thought I would surprise him. "Attendance slin please!" said I. My how he iumped. IeIe got red. 4 UL 4 J ".Xttendance slip errr. Uh yes I" he said. fSillyI IIe never suspected that I ' ' ' UI :-.. 1 180-. A 1916 F2 Ipeare nuke Lulu wats saving' over :mel over tu mvselt, gut vnu iimv, Klr. bpv, I ve gin vnu nmv! . . - . , ,, , It took him ever sim long' tu tmtl it. z1ml.tI1e11 I telt rehevetl. Iii the hztll I ltmlv eil :lt the IIJOSU thing' :mtl Iiutmtl it tu he the initiztls fur lligh thi Speiiet 'IIIICII I was eunvineetll tl- .X little later I toltl Mr, Seufiehl I just haul tw see Miss Mt-limvn wi im pwrtzmt husiness :mil hurrietl ull. In the stufly hull. Bliss Melimvn ivzts Img- :mml xvimhlnt hear 'ill 'tht mt tt. Init she imztllv tuhl me In mime :tlsmfg with her tw the :tssemhlv tht next periml. mul pmnt, him out. I xvzls excitetl 'mil xxhevi 1 . Izttel' she :mtl I weretiimllvsettlerlmnImztlemivuv1'11ei'hwt l2ll'll'HIllXYllCl'L'llC1ll- xvztys sits, I was :III shaky. livery une was iii :mil I tlitnw' elm he xvzts not efviiiivvf. when he crime Iiurring'Iy up the steps. "'IIherel 'Ilhere Kliss Klelimviil There lx the Germain Spy," I criecl. In my excitement I must have spukeii Init lmul, fin those nezlrest us tittereml :mtl turiierl zmmml. Miss Nlclimvn gave :me I tilt :mtl tlwulmletl up with laughter. Q I xvuultln t have mmcleml so mticli il she haul tlmie it rltitetlv hut she chiht t SIIG IIIIIQIICKI H111 lttlltl till IIIC xvlmle selitml WHS Immlqing' Q11 115, :mtl then she iust I wlmupemlf' .X Spy. ll spy! cam you hezlt 11 freslmizm? Pfitn- lltiisiiiqtwii I" Is it zt xvumlei th tt I nearly clieml uf shzum 3 gi We 1 eww ' 'Ei Q3 ff 919 It e Dinars nuke D E P E A Jlllzsrrllmuznus 1 i B1JEII'f1IIB1If5 ' l THE GYMNASIUM 'llhis is the lfngene lligh Selinnl gymnztsinin, une nt' the best in these pznrts. we believe: the plztee which is inhztbitetl zilniust every ninrning mnui :intl night of the school tlnys. Nut nnly the buys spencl :1 large share nf their tinie nn the insisle of its swinging tlnnrs but the girls receive benefits from it in nmny ways. 'llhis yezlr vzlrinus bzisketbzlll teznns have UI'g'2l1llZCfl which play :it nun :intl :after sehnnl. 'llhe girls also have their tlrills flziily :intl they tim, have bztslcetbzill teznns. as well :ts inclnur lmsebzlll. The gyni is one nf the must zlppreeiutetl clepztrtnients in lf. ll. :intl une ul' the innst beneficial. ,Lt U J .l Ll., J , - -53- Y, lun, nl A V Z,Lmql...3919 E 1192 pears G25 I ,- "" 4-In H! . I 1 . 'TI 3' N Z.-r. X 'Q lv'-lp, f ' t" f w A o i i .1 i bi. x I li 1 I i -T X ' rf lo il X f x 'tl J 4 il HI ,A i Pg , V D mi i 4' -f -+ npr . . 'LaJ -lg . . , . N XX L X has heen rlinng swine prufitahle wwrlq this year. though pei'- . . ....4, haps in a sinall wav. .Xt the first of the year a niust successful entertaininent was given in the lwrin tif a "haln' party." tn which all high schiml girls. faculty women antl the university Y. XY. C. .X.. girls were inviteil. .Xll the girls caine attireil as chiltlren, while the faculty wuinen anil varsity girls acteil as nurses. Stunts. special niusic. and games furineil the entertainment. Stick canily. Graham crackers antl apples were servetl. Nlrs. .Xttilla Xurnian aililresseil une meeting of the girls. She spulce nt' thc wurk lacing ilwne in eilucating' the Nluuntain XYhites in Kentucky. anil the ivppurtunities for personal service for girls in such a fielil. Rlis. Xtllllltlll liveil aniung these peuple fur niany years. ancl is therefnre well acrluaintecl with the existing cunilitinns. llr. Parsons was special speaker fur nur .luhilee nieeting. lle gave a shnrt review uf the liisturv ancl aiins uf the Y. Nl. C. .X., anal tnlil what we girls can ilu ltr carry fnrewartl the wurlc su well begun. 4 -lust now we are practicing a one-act play tu he given in the asseinhly hall. which we lmelieve will he very successful. K Regular ilevutiunal ineetings liatve lmeen helcl tliruuglmut the year. C anily sales have heen frequent. XYe are planning niuch inure extensive work fur next. year. 'I'he nfficers fur the year were: Yeta 'l'aylur .................. ...... l 'resiilent Nuliy Peregrine . . ...... Vice-l'resiilent l,uis llall ..... ........... S ecretary-'lireasurer Ilelen llall ............... . .Cliairtnan Meetings Cuininittee 'llhe cast fur the play is: lleggy llurtnn ........... . . .Ruby Peregrine Val ........ .Ruth ltilegal Iftlith .....,.............. 1916 Genera Stelmna 'ulge Chilli' ' ln, . ltireila .............................................. Nl. K' . ins A v M U, Klalmle ................................................... lt llall -q3- I ' sv pe pears llbooke ,- A' " f I ?a y- , V- V f v Q .-P , , 4 f g , 1 W , 1 G"B up-.1 n .JJ K U 1919 pi -Q Ml 119 pears nuke A hui 1 Q 2 pg, PV' Qflngs' :mn Obirls' Gbnnrivis 5 'llhe llnys' :mil Girls' qnztrtets hzwe heen mnre zietire this year than ever hel'nre. .Xt inzmy ztssemhlies :mtl nther :tffziirs they hztre sung' :mil hztre heen i well zippreeiztteil. .Xltlinngli unnp:n'itively few rehezirsztls were helml. hnth elnlms were :le- eepliniiztlly gnntl :mel the stnclents were glad tu hear them nn any pnssilmle neeztsinil. If the mnrement tnwztrcl perfecting' excellent quartets in high selmnl I enntinnes it will he mneh tnwztrcl the zlclrzmeement nt' nmsie in lf. li. S. JLQJ The tlnztrtets were ewinpnseml nf the following' persons: llnys'AR:1yi11n1nl Ushnrne, xYZlllCl' Allen, Cnrtiss 1'etersnn, llnwnrtl Lllwistzmsnn. Girls'-llezttriee Ynrztn, Punline Wheeler, Nlztrgnerite Reynnltls, Ruth Ynnng. U ..-'Jl,, -1, ,fd 1616 EEN W? L 1192 pears 2lE5nnke Lib -Wx- U I 4..,J U ,iii 191915125 :L cs tp pare nuke ,nw in-v illlih-'lgrztr Scninr Dug .X scene tztlien on Nlitl-Year Senior mlny. :lt lligh Sclwul, when the Seniurs whim tlepztrt frinn ns :tt thztt periimil ut' the yeztr have their little cele- P1 1 llflllltlll :intl exercises. lhe clztss was quite large :mtl plztyetl :tn intpurtzlnt ..Jl.'u llilff Ill Sflllkll IlllZlll'S, lluultltvv in Dv nrhnvnt l" B P 'llhis is :1 pictnre ttf the hnttlqlceeping' cleprtrtntent in lf. ll. S.. zt clepztrt- tnent which has grtnrn very rztpiclly in the lztst few years. .X tlesire tu tnlce p1.ntn:tl stnmhes together with goml ecpnpnient :intl excellent lllSll'llCllUIl hats heen respwnsihle for the crtmwclecl-tt1-cztpztcity clepztrtinent. Gigi' Zfturltnrr Blinnm .Xntl here is the plztce frmn whence the heat fur the hnilmling' ctnnes. 'llhe two large nimlern fnrnztees :tue stitrtecl :tt 4:30 in the tnnrning' on the cnltl winter tlztys :tncl :ts Il resnlt of the perfect system the mtnns :ire :tlwuys hezttecl :tt the right tenlperzttnre. ,fi 1919 E2 T J . + ulJ'. - - . , JC V H pg poem 2lE5ooke w M 11 j4 i w w. A 1 1x N w l y Q , 1 QE A..,'J UE! 'EJ 1916 Fi -1i GE? . - Pears nuke Zllfigly Srlyuul 05rrl3vsh':x 'llltc ltiglt sclttml u1'cl1cst1'z1 luis lmccit inure in cviclcttcc tltis your tliuu cvct' lwt'wt'c. .Xt every ztssemlily it is fztitltlttlly till tltc juli. owl' willing' tit tlisf pt-msc swcct 1'omlci'ing's fin' tltc ctijuyiticitt of tltc stttclcnts. .Xlsm :ts usttztl it lists i'lll'lllSllL'll tltc musiv t'1n'tltc sclttml plays :mtl ttpcrcttzts :tml umlcr tltc lczttlcrsltip uf Miss Nell Sttllivzttt tltc music luis lrcutt wry gmail .X gftlll tlcztl ttf wurk llzts tu lic rlrmc iii lll'IlCllL'lllg' by tltc ut'cl1cst1'1t in tmlct' lu lac gtmtl, :mtl tlwsc ctnitpttsiitg' this lmtly ltztve twilctl fztitlttltlly. 'llltc sclmtml :ts at wlwlc siitccmly ztpprccizttcs its efforts. XYitlt cw-wpc1':ttim1 lrtntt tltc sltl- tlcnts we ltwpc tw ltztvc imc ut' tltc lmcst wt'cl1cst1':1s fwttntl iii :my ltiglt scltuftl in tltc nom' l.llIlll'C years. . -Ul t.l..4J 1-, ZASUY- --1. ,fQ?j1e1eLFfJ X. N 119 pears monks 2 N i l Y W w DEBATE SQUAD U A L - 'J L4 J VQU- - in fql191GLEX Q. Q11 l l ,H naw pmre 011111 1... 11115 f'k'111' 111' 11:111- 11:111:1 1'1l111L'l'1l11111'11111l1 1l1L'1Q 111 110111111-. ,11- 1111111-Q11 111K' 5111f1L'1115 1:114i11g 1111s k'll111'SL' 11 111411 1- 11 1':111111'11111' 1-111111g11, :11111 1'1'1'1' 1'1111- X'1111'111Q' :11'1g'111111'111N 11'1'1'1- 12111 1-111.111 111111 :111 1111' 111':11111'11':11 1-111'L'K' 111' 11111' 111111 11115 11111011 111-- 1ll1k' 11.1111'1' 1111' Q11111- :1z11'1' 111 .1 11111'11'1' 1':1411, X I 5x 1.111' 5L'.'111L'11 111 111'1'1'L'1' 111:11 lf. 11. S. N1l4111111 11111 11':1'1111 1:11'111':11111' 11131-1 lili. .X111L'11 1111110- 111 1s 111-1'11'1'11, 111111'1'1'1-1'. 11 ,:1'1,11'1' 11111s1' 111111 1:11111 11111 11C11' 11L'11.111'S 111' 1111, 111111 l11'1'11:111s IICX1 -1.1.11 11111 11: 11111111 9111'- 1'1-ss1111. '11:11f11-1'.111111-1'11'11 111111 1.118 s1111V1111'1 11115 1'11:11' 11'1'1'1': X111 11:1s11. 1'11:11'11Z 15:11 115111-1'. 1111111 1'1'1'1'- g'1'11111, 1,111 11111s1111. :11111 11111 1'1'1'111' ,,UI,,- f , , ,r ., S1 55. m 11 fig 1916 ED n E 1192 Ipeare llbooke w v N 1 Y .WLJJ www' ,...J , 0 Q Z dj 1919 LG in .Q G55 . - pears nuke nr MLM Chr Qunlcing Ilvpurhttrui ,t. . . . . lliis is the swtiptilwiisly' clczm rlcpzirtiticnt xrlicrc thc lmul tor nur vulc- tcrizi tlcpxtrttitciit is pi'cp:i1'ctl. l'iiilcr thc gttiilziiicu ut' Miss l.ucilc Chzisc. rm cxccllciit iitstrttctur. the girls ul' thc high sclintil 1n'cp:trc with their mrii h:uitls thc llmtl xrhicli smiths thc pzitigs wt' thc imicr-tiiztii ut' thc iiiwh uf sttitlciits xx'liit"i httrrics tu the first lliuwr tit thc htiiltliiig' :it thc ciiil nl thc lust pcrititl ni thc fiwciitnni. XX'ith this srstcm ul' fimliiiq :i rczulx' mzirlcct fur thc ftmfl mtilcccl thcir is no xr:istc.:1ltliw1ig'l1 thc ltiiich scrrctl :it high sclitml is swlrl :it thc lfwxrcst price lmssilmlc. 4 iiqkllilllll El'ilillillL1 .Xml hcrc- is :tiiirtltcr tlQlHll'lIllL'lll iii lf. ll. S., xrliich llflS.il1lllllCtl :ilu-:ul hy lcnps :mtl lnnimls. 'llltc Xllllllllll 'llrxiiiiiiig' cwttrsc is imc tif thc must ptipttlnr with thc hiiys, Hr. Nlitclgc. lllSll'llL'ltiI', is pct'l'0t'tly Iiitlwl lu lic thc tc:tt'licr. :mul tttulur his itisti'ttt'tii1t1 thc hiiys hzirc tttrtiucl wttt swim- xwtitlctltil xx'ut'lq. The pivtiirc wppusitc mi thc page slimrs zi pictttrc tztlwii liuvlciiig' fluxrii thc lctijfth uf thc slump xrhctt wlcztitt. . . .. ul -9s- -1 .fel 1919 5 Q1 ya pmw llbonke 2 N N L K 1 i Y X A..,'J '.wLu.J 'H U11 Z Q1-1919 Fi Q. --- G?-5 pe pears nuke l F157 'Wh ' 1.9 Uhirls' 06192 Qilnlx 'l'hc giilw' glcc nhih has hccli very z1L'li1'c this yc:11' 211111 has 1111110 111111'h x1'111'k. lhc L'1lllI'SC is very hc11cl11'1:1I 111111 thc s11c1:1l sulc IS :1ls11 c11.111yc1l 1'c1'1' 111111'h hy thc IHL'llli7C1'S. Miss Nell S11llivz111 is i11s11'11ct111'. 'l'hc chihs 111':1ctiQc 1'1'g'11l:11'l1' 111 thc high school scvc1'z1l limos weekly. i Uhffirvrs Gfiirls' 013lrr Qlluh Kl:111:1g'c1' .. . . .lJ111'is Ruxvliiig' P1'es1cle11t . ....... Luis Hall Scc1'et:11'y .. .joscpliiiic M111110 'l'1'cz1s111'e1' . .... Dfmitliy Guy l,ih1':11'i:111 . ..R11hv Pe1'e1f1'i111- , 5 iftllitlil' .. l7111'11tl1y G. Uixwu Pizinist . .. .Nlzulgc Calkins J 1. - - 'J 11 - - 105- if Q11-5191 Q pe Uieare 2lE5ooke ! ! NN I "N" I J 1 ,.-'J L JJ U !QJ 15f 1Q PX. U IQ' 1192 Pears nuke D W Mugs' 0t3lvr lflulm The Imp' glee club like the girlsf slums its pupttlztritx' ln' its size. 'lxltc 1 clulr has hm! splcmlitl results this yew. "'ll1c I1e5"1f:u' SIIUICIIISU sm uperettu N5 in xvhiclt lmutlt clubs pztrticipzttetl wus it great success :mtl was put together in l'L'Ill2lI'li2lIlIj' short time. lt was ztlsu :1 success finzmcizllly. 0Dffifl'1'5 mugs' 05lvv 0:11111 NIIIIIIIQCI' . ... Presirlent .... YiCC-I,I'CSitlL'Ill .. Sccretft rx' .... . I Y Y I l'C1lSllI'L'I' . Vinttist .. lltvxuml L'l1x'istet1s1,-11 . . Leslie Sclttverittg ........R:1y lhmn . . Rztytnuml Osborne . . .Cttrtiss Peterson ..lQicI1:tt'mI l.x'm1S --1 e Q53515 gxa lfb pe pear? llbooke W i l N U 1916 LG S 'J JJ M .-.--. -93' pears nuke i I iltillrztrg Qfrztittittg fi LQJ .,-1. ln September of this school yeztr the school lihr:try hooks were trnnsferretl front the fity Lihrztry to the lligh School huiltling, :tml, :ts the lfztculty clitl not contnin :t tr:tine1l lihr:tri:tn, it w:ts necessztry to secure stmlent ztssistztnts. .X clnss in l,iln':try 'l'r:tining wzts therefore orgztnizetl umler the supervision of tlte principztl :tml :tt the eml of the thirtl week ol' school the lihr:try w:ts openecl lo tlte pupils for reference work :tml stmly. .Xt the present time there :tre two sections ol' tlte clztss. :ts :t lteginning group took up the work in the secoml semester. 'lihe hegiuning cl:tss meets twice :t week for lectures. :tssignetl re:uliugs :tml reports, :tml e:tch memher serves one or more periotls per weeks :ts :tssistztnt umler the tlirection of the mlvztncetl stmlenls. lt is not :tssumetl tlt:tt the in- struction is :ulvnncetl enough to :tssure the members :t position :ts expert liltr:tr- i:nts. hut the trnining will :ts leztst give them :t knowletlge of hooks :tml sources of vztrious kimls of information which will prove of greitt worth to those who inteml to tztke up college work. 'llhe :thility to help others fiml the things they w:tnt necessarily cztlls for :t witle knowleclge of hooks. :tml the use of imlexes. reference hooks. newsp:tper clippings :tml perioclic:tl literzttmle, puhlic tlocu- ments :tml vztrious institutionztl reports. lfugene is one of the few high schools in Oregon provitling instruction in lihr:try work :tml while it is true tlt:tt the course h:ts not inelmletl the more lcchnicztl ph:tses of l.ihr:n'y 'llr:tining. such :ts minute czttztlogueing :tml hook himling. enough of the voc:ttion:tl :tspect is present to show the stmlents whether they h:tve the inclination :tml personztlity to hecome lihr:tri:tns. in which e:tse they c:tn lztter tztke :t specinlizecl course in :t higher school. .Xu effort is ntzule to impress the f:tct th:tt the trztinecl lihr:tri:tn is not necessztrily the one who c:tn fiml things quickly. hut is r:tther the one who knows hooks. who can hring mztteriztl into use when :tml where it is most neetletl. :tml who h:ts the person:tlity :tml enthusi:tsm to insnirc people to mztke the ltest use of the l.ih- rztry. 'l'he purchztsing :tml c:tre of hooks: :t knowlerlge of the most servicenhle kimls of himling: :tml the :thility to use tlte equipment lo tlte hest :ulv:tnt:tge. :tre of tlte v:tlu:thle things eztch stmlent gets from the course. XYhile this is provitling gootl trztiniug for the stutlents enrolletl in the clztsses, it hzts not given tlirect instruction to tlte other pupils. :tml so :t Lihrztry llulletin h:ts heen prepztretl for use in th.e freshmen :tml senior tlivisions. 'llhe memhers of these cl:tsses receive two lectures on the ztrrztngeinent of hooks in the I,ihr:try. the use of the Cztrtl C:tt:tlogue. :tml the reference hooks fouml in the school. 'Ilhey :tre then given five imlivitlu:tl questions requiring :tn hour or more of reference. Very little is sztitl :thout the cluties of the lih- r:tri:tn. :ts the ntztin purpose is to :tcqu:tint the stmlent with the lihr:try equip- ment. if ..-Ut -1.-.. Y, 5' 5:1919 FD 1192 Pears 2lJ5ooke W ' N i V l w 1 1 , X r 5,2 Nl 1 1 w i W ,n..'J Lx LJJ, U fQj 191G LQ is Q El 119 lpeiare nuke i few ""' .Ld -ii- Ilrmtmtir Qiluh 'lllic llrauiatic Clulm ltelil tlieir uieiuliersliip try-init iluriug' tlie early part ut tlie scliiml year auml wurlq was cuuuueucecl tru tlie play at uuce. "L'luse tu . , . . . Xature. a cutuemly ui tour acts was selectecl lmy tlie clulu. lt was put uu at tlie lfugeue ,llllCZlll'C. .lauuary 13. Miss XYllllZllllSlll1, iustructwi' iu liuglisli autl llrzuuatic luterprctatitni 4 1916 X l cuacltetl tltc play auml iuucli ut' its l'ClllIlI'li1llDlL' success was mluc In liei' careful i traiuiug. liiuaucially it was quite as successful lmeiug ui:uiag'eal lu' Ray lbuuu. 'lllte cast for 'Tlwsc tw Nature" was: l.ax'assu Xlflllllllll. a lawyer .... .... . .Curtiss Peterswu 'l'eml, his small sou ...... . . . Ruby l1Cl'CQ'l'lIlL' lluctlu' lluxill ................... ..l'aul l:1ll'I'lIlg'lHlI Clayttm lluliues. a pour ymiug tuau. .. ....... Nay lluuu llugli liillruy, a ricli yutiug' mau .. ...Claytuu Klauvile Mr. llewsuap ................ .... l Kill .lculcius Rlr. Kluirlieatl ......... . . . liverett l'ixley larks. a lmaclqwtmtlsiuzui . . . . .Vance 'llrwut Nlrs. xYClllll1lI1 ............. . . . Ruby Ytmug li2lI'lHl1'I1. XX'ellutau's mlauglitei' . ..... lris lllewett Hrs. Kluirlieatl ............ . .Pauline Xllieelei' K':u'1'ie. a uiaiil .. ..lJ1u'utlu' l':u'Q-wus J Y. ., ,, 'J' Q - 'QI 1192 pears llbooke 1 1 n W y i x 1 w , W I 1 ' M 4 1 4 1 f W 1 ULIJJE -- ,fill 1916 FEW .LU 'J U C2-D 119 pears nuke 9457 'V Jud "Elie i!llL'Bg2I1' Jituhruf' The ztnnnztl opera, "'llhe lleggztr Student," given hy the lluys' und Girls' Glee Clubs and directed lay Bliss Nell Sullivan niet with great success znxl f.pp1't:'.'::l. This DCZII' hats been more than U1'tllll1ll'll'l successful fur the Glee Clubs. Curtiss Peter 1011 in the lczul us "'lfhe lleggzu' Student" was very gnml, an:-l was well -ztipptwtetl hy the rest ul' the curl. Xtlztlter ,Xllzui deserves special nlen- .urn 'ts he 1-.-:ts Il very llllpllllilul fztctnr ire inzxking the wperettzt :1 success. l"in..'tci:tlly it was :tls-z il success- Scztrcely :1 lmetter crowtl cuultl bc expected. L'nder the nutnzigeinent' uf lloxrzlrd Cliristmisun the house wus nearly filled :ind :ts Z1 result niztuy old dehts nf the clnli were paid off :uid funds were left over. The orchestra nlust cmne in for its shztre of the praise for it is 21 vitztl point in niztking' the operettzts successes. Bliss Nell Sullivan :ts couch deserves credit for putting' the cast in shape, :ind thztnlcs fur the lnztny hours she put in in hard wcwk. J s il 0? - A JC '1 .4,,,'.4,, ,fi 1913 E n A 1 1 , U Z .LHLLEJ lg-I 1192 pears Zlbooke w 1 1 I 1. U 1 N N 1 , ' 1 N M E, N, ,A 2. il w I - 9 , , P l , 1 1 W 1 1 ' V l S L lu4- - ff ay H1916 LEX C'D ! 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G55 G "9 F elpeare onlie M auiig gl air Qlnninsi In an effort to sell a large nninher nf cnpies nf the ,Xnnnal this year the manager helcl one of the must interesting' cuntests ever pnt hefure the stn- mlents. lt was mlecimlecl that each of the clnhs in high sclniul shunlcl pnt np a canili- ilate tn represent that clnh. lfnr each "Yeare Hawke" ticket snltl, go vntes were given to the seller or the purchaser. to cast for xvliatever canmliilate he chuse. The final cunnt uf the jnclges pruclainiecl the xvinner tu he Miss linmtliy l'arsnns. the .X. U. Ii. clnh's canflimlate. Miss 'lessie XYL-her. nl' the li. X. U. clnh was secuncl. anal Miss .Xnnette Spencer uf the C. S. clnh was thirml. 'I'he contest was a great snccess, inure hooks having heen sulcl this year than ever hefure. Un the following' pages the cancliflates' pictnrcs are shmvn in nrulcr uf their places. : I H-105- p 1 - - 2 1919 ' - F92 Ipeare Monks . 'a li g -- MISS lJUlQ1Yl'lIY l'.XlQSl .' 'ff- mL,M..J Ml N- . 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' .. - , .g X -X'v - .---,I -.H X . 1 1916 QED ' 1 Q Q fn-v ,,,., . 119 Pears nuke ,lllnnihall Thesnppntin:nhhnksIms1nnlmw1req'gunlHnsymu1 lNnMunlnns snlnnnted the besttmfznmy uf Ute nnnenes. ihrntg ln the bud xventher un 'Fhnnksghing,fuudxnlxrmttinupthelnne Ununennh: Klunuger Sdekelsxrruugtn exeehent Mnwiee and sehedtned nnnly gunxes If.L I,hlYiHS hnmhtt been sn s1ntefnI,the sensnn xrntntllntve been sneeessfnhy bwmyntunebw. Qh!HClIl:CHllHltlCSCFYCS ntneh eretht har untnmg n SqlUld eutnlntsed of ntust- ly green ntnterntlzntd intpurtnlg Uv Htent Ute rndintents nf Ute gunte. .Nt the lwgnnnng nf UMfSCHNH1IhC buys nere phning indhidnul hunbnh. bnt tlnwvngttlns persbnent efforts Hley xrere phtyhtg ntnre lnce n ntuehine nt the Close. Mr. Xllltlg'CZllS4lI1CIl10ll Conch Fenton in hztrcl wmwk. "Ike" XCWIIHIII the captain plztyezl 2l4Q'0Utlg'1llllt'1ll the position nf enml. Ile has plztyecl fur two seasons for li. H. S.. and he is une of the best men in the sune hn'the pusnnnr Sheker Ikuislnuyed a ennsbnent gnntezn the udnn' t exnl. 'flue lhte xrzts etntmlnrsetltwf SllCllll1CIl1lS LYtn11n:elI, Klt:Q'nII1nt1. lfllis, llznt- SCll2lHll 1'rtn1t. I'ixle5'xxw1rrie4lltis ntcnt etnmtinttullyx Hehnnlthe hne.CWnimunmn1tnuymlztheudy gnnw. lGmtm1 Kehngg, XYiQHl0VC, Sehufer.xvere the others behind the Inme. "Skeef' Klnnernd and Smnhlmqedntdwgnmnmntdrmammx 'Phe senrestwfthe guntesxrere as hwhtnrsz Hngme0:SMmngq IMmmwfNCMmnWsu lMQww4y.Umnmtx lhmMW1X.UMmy4L lhmwwfb:SmhQHddo Ifngene 38: Franklin 0. lt is ttvlre htqvetltlnlt ns Iwtng ns tntr teutn xrih Ire etnlnmusetlfvf Ute swine nten nstlns yenr.the5'nilIeun1elmaek untlxvnIhqm1n1r:ulrersnries,rnld espeeknly SMmm HLQJ -'aUH - Q l F9 . L 1.11-r Ipeare nuke V L 1- . "IIil"," XIQXYNI XX f ' Q 'J J - '.-- -N. I .,. 4- ': 1 c ,'l .. l"' l"l'41IW " H ' ' 9 mu cmx -.vfil mm-1 -I 'Il' ' I - X QI I' I c 1-f f . "1'i ' . . ' lQlS'lx.XXS f ' Q -"zulu ll , " - '1 1 ll . ."xx't ' 'z' ' : '1' 11' ' '.."'1CS.' 1 ' :- 1L" ' I" I Crblli '- z gz Q ' lg 1 Q 1 .'-xr , 1 x" Ill-SS "S i hy." ,763 1919 FQ ..-W , 1192 pears nuke 'P bun i.-. 1,0111 XX'.X1,'111'11Q IXXYIS 'ff- X1':11l 1111151-11 :111 k'XL'Q11L'Il1 1 , Qllllll' :ll 01111 11ll'11llg'1Illll1 1116 "M j'L'J1l'. '1'110 sight 111' ll 1111101-5 111111 1011 '1L'l'SCj' 1'110s 111111 0x- 1'001111Ig'11'. 1111.511 2 . . 11 1111-11 1111111-11111 11110 1111111 :11111 N 5 3 XY11Cl1 111100 110 gots 1t 111111 1115 1101111 111 1Jl1llL'1l11'C 1110 111111111 111g 11110. 110 111105 11. K.. 1 4 . ., , . 1 . . 4, 1 X' r' 001101' W 11111 1 - ' ' - l'1"ll1'1l1, 110s111111'L-111111 xv 111 :111 1110 g'1ll1I'S 1 Il," ' rs was . '1q l: . - 4 1 4 I 5 H. 111'lV 2 5 J ' ' ' ' '1 11s 6 ' -1 fy ' '1-4. 1 1. ,.,.-, ,. , , -- 1 1. .,,'J1 - if QQ 1916 1 Q w WJLUJ iv' Ipeare nuke- A X 40.- M 'glin' 4" wvrv- "- ib ' ' 'l u msiu -as -1 ' ' ' s- .'llk'CL'SSfl 5' .tl . 5 . "ul C-I 7 .. CII . xg. U' vl --I I.. . U. vnu ichu ll L4 1 , 4 . ,. . 1 K . .' 1'- CNSC f'IUl 's : ptimh " I14 'H 1 1 A x 1 ' , -s ': mm s- , -1. xl cl 'S SS 4 ff 1 4 U 4 x 'v 1 11 -1: " ,1:,.k- - -vim S XS. Q 119,15 E59 ,ix 1 ff, 1 m Ab..- 'im fl Pears nuke ii 2 Y s G5 CSD in-Q LuJ l.cl'l 1 V -. -.4 lx.XlQl. lxl'.l,I,lN.i. "Ski11ny'." llllillgll small xvrll lu- nnsswl IIUXI XVIII' YQVX much, Ixugllli X'.XXL'lf TIM Jlwlx :uul 15 :nlwnys Vczuly tw flu Imsincss. llc IJIIIXUI :1 um- sislzml Qillllt' 1I11'f+11g4I1m1l thc SCZISHII. I.. Nl.XXlCRl'Il Yull lxzulcl' "Pink" is Ilznppy wlu-11 stuck in f.I'HIll ul' :L l1mx'lil1g W mwlu lhzll lu- rzm cusf XXIl.i'I1 Hwy mxlkc Im, IHIIVII IIHINK' 'Ixlw SXSICIN IIIIIICI' hum tluw wan' was lu.-llcr than usual. szxul. "I'mk was thc mqm fm' the iulm. IB.. . I .....'JN,, qi., .7 1?19 EW 119 ljieare 2150 ke U 2 0 i N l In 1 W ,.x.J lilwfq FXS? Ipeare nuke li l an ' l FW LJJ Q3L5'ZI51i1'fl'lZI11 11:1sket11z111 11218 11een very SllCCCSS1.111. .Xl 1116 first 111' l11e season the buys 11111 not play very g'111111 IUg'6l1ICI'. C11z1e11 1101111111 s:1i11 t11e 1lllyS 111:1ye11 100 per cent better ut the e111se 111 1116 season t11z111 111 the 11egi1111i11g. '1'11e 111e11 1111 111e 311111111 were: R12lCCZ111l1Ill. Prince Czillisnn, C1l11Cy C:111is1111, West, Capt.: "Skeet" K1:111e1'1111, 1ie1111g'g', 11l11J11Zll'l1. C11rist:111s1111, 1,z11's1111 111111 Fr:111z. The se111'e11f t11e guinea was us f11111111's: 11111 l11t11e Q' lfugene lfugene lfugene lfugene lfngene Ifngene lfugene lingene 1Qllg'Cl16 lfugene 1XIz111:1g'e trip w:11' 11111111 111 .Xs111:11111 111111 N11-11f11r11. :11111 11t11e1' trips 1111 llHI'111 111111 ew .243 .1X11111111i 31. 30: 111lI'l'iS1Jl1I'g' 36. 3:1 1"1Zl1'I'1S1J1ll'g' 311. 17: 1111111111111 15. :OZ Sil1C11l 36. 18: 511111011011 35. :Z fN1e11f11r11 3. 7: 1XIe11f11r11 11. 13: .'Xs111z11111 30. 36: .AXlbz111y 13. r Se1111'eri11g' 111111 :1 very S1lCCCSSf1l1 se:1s1111. '1'11e tennis 111111: 111111. l1v11111111:11's :11111 t11'e11ty-eig111 cents. '1'11ete:1111 11'i11 11e e111111111se11 11f111e 8211110111011 111111 next se:1s1111 1111g'11t 111 IL S1111 i11 111111111 ig' 1111t viet111'ies. ff Q IQIAG wi HK W W 1192 pears Ebooks 1 Q, 4 , . fn L . . ,. A A X522-N fx " in M G'3 1 Inn- - fllfl . V 1 lr E Q, 4, ,i'3I1e1s LE? X ' ex J Pears nuke i n P 'F ' GE? I l Qtrnrk I The weather has played lmvnc with the track this year. Nlneh 5--nntl 1 mater': ' - " " N ntl umltl ht natal It the hnys would take mnre interest :mtl turn nut. The first meet nf the year was heltl with .Xlhany here. .Xpril gg. .Xl- tlmugll lfugene tnnk the small entl nf the secure, the buys tlitl their heat. liariss, "Veins" Peltier. Larson, lineppe, Kuanle antl "Skeet" Nlanerntl matle must nt' the pnints for lingene. , llhe lntersehnlastie track meet at the lf nf O. was nur seenntl meet. 'l'hnse making' gnml in the preliminaries in the mnrning' will enmpete in the finals in the afternnnn.. Other meets with Salem and some nf the stirrnnntl- ing' cities are expeetetl tu he seheclulecl. LUJ .+ulJi, Q I wlele 1192 Pears Ebooks UI Z 4 LLI I- .I .I 4 ID I- 3 III EC U3 4 LD ID .I DS LD II I I I I ,I I I I I , I ii ,ZW 1919 LFf 5 Q. Q92 Ipeiare nuke I I 'l""' ff? l l i l l 1 l 1..1Lu 4 Uimirls' 5l3nskeil:1z1ll The girls' basketball e11tl111siasts have bee11 r11111pi11g llZll'tlCl' tl1is year lllilll ever before i11 lf. ll. S. Several tea111s were 1ll'g'2llllZCtl early i11 tl1e seas1111 a111l 11111cl1 rivalry, especially between classes. was tl1e result. Perhaps tl1e 11111st i111l11'1r1a11t game 11f tl1e seas1111 was tl1e 1'lasl1 111' tl1e l'pperelass111e11 with tl1e l'l1tl6l'Cl1lSSlll6ll wl1iel1 1leci1le1l wl1etl1e1' 111' lltll tl1e lTlltl8l'Cl2lSSlll6ll I'CfZllll6tl tl1e News Cup which was put 1111 several years 112,11 Illlll which lllltl 111 be w1111 twice i11 s111'eessi1111. 'l'l1e lvlltlCl'Cl1lSSlllCll were vi1'111r11111s wi1111i11g by an easy lll1l1'g'lll. ?ll5lII51'hZ1ll liugene can be 111111111 11f l1e1' baseball 1ea111. 'llhey l1a1'e11'1 I11s1 Z1 game s11 far i11 tl1e season Zllltl they are Ctlllllllg' s11'1111g' 111 make a llltl t'111' 1l1e XYlll2llllL'llC Valley Cl1a111pi1111sl1ip. 'l'l111se 1111 tl1e team are: Catelier. 3l2ll1Cl'11tl, a111l Nl1111reg l'i11'l1ers, llabb jae11bs1111 lllltl Cl1rista11s1111: 1s1 base, Parker a111l Vea1cl1: .Zlltl base. Smith sl111rt stop, "Skeet" Bla11er111l: 3r1l, l'llllJlDZll'Il2 tl1e fiel1lers are, llill. lf'11s1er Zllltl llempy. All 1l1ese b11ys l11111w tl1e game well Zllltl XYllll g'11111l1'11:11'l1i11g11t1g'l1t 111 bring' i11 tl1e state ul'Zlg'u for lf. H. S. 1 JC ff' Q' i619 FD .,..J'. l - 115 lpezxrei nuke , - . h l 7 F i V! i I i E I x rp X576 xXl.i"" 'Si f Z l X Wfl, -0, 'A he .X. U. 14. cluh gave an lllfllfllllll llalImve'en clance at XYillakenzie l g'r:nig'e un Saturclav evening, Uctulier 30. .Xliuut 50 cuuples w'ere present. chap- crnnetl ln' Kliss XYilli:nnsun, Rlr. lientnn. anal Mr. Kluclge. Un the lslll nf llecemher. the Suplimnfwe class gave a must rlelightful rlzmcc :mil caral party at linllv llall. which was chaperunecl hy Xliss Gnhl- I . smith. Xliss XX'illi:unsnn, Nlr. lfentun, anml Nlr. Scnfieltl. .Xlmut fro couples I were present anal a spleniliil time was repurtecl hy all. ' 'Ilia raise money fur the fuutliall sweaters. a benefit tlance was given on , . lieliruarv f,th, at lfollv llall. .Xhnnt 60 couples were present anal the air was f ! full nt ie: anml tv ncal l'.u0'ene lliffh s nrit. Patrons ancl matronesses un tlns g . zs 1- 1 i nccasiun were Nliss lfnnala, Miss XYlllllll'llSOIl, Nlr. Scofield. ancl Klr. Cash. The informal clance ffiven hv the Senior class of the Ili fli schnnl for the I N , 1 ' entire student burly. was a large and successful affair. .1'Xhrn1t 60 couples were present. chapernnecl hy Bliss llinsmnre, Miss XYilliamsnn, Bliss Fnncla, Mr. Q Uash, Mr. Scnfielxl. Klr. lfentnn anfl Mr. Kluclge. Fully Hall. the scene nf the ' festivities was gay with its mlecurations of bankecl evergreen ancl festnnns uf l green anrl recl crepe paper. l ln lanuarv. the luninrs ffave a Hl1!1l'tl-lIllllCSH martv in the hi h school ffvni- i . , . Po . 1 FN. l nasnnn. 'llhev hacl as their Guests, the Seniors of both the micl-vear anrl lune l X U , A . . , , l : gratluatnig classes and several members of the lngh school faculty. A great 5 I tlcal ufI1lCI'I'il11Ct1l fulluweal the clancinv nf the Vir inia Reel and lavin nhl- , 6 . 1 t fashinnctl games. The entertainment committee incluclerl: Ren Hensen. Lyle A 5 llrvstm, lris Tllewett and Luis Hall. Beatrice XVetherlJee and Harold Evans i lu J 11' -Igo- .l4,',,J Q - JC if ei 1910 G D 1192 'Pearle nuke A . . . . . . . had charge ot the refreshments wlnch consisted ot Loganberrv juice aut 1, . pn doughnuts. -- On lfebruary 18, the UC. S." club gave a delightful informal dance at the Country club in honor ot their pledges. 'l he lights were attractively shaded and the programs were in the shape of the "C. S." shield Guests ot the club were: Miss Williamson, Mary Lindley, lieatrice Wetherbee, .Xdah .Xlc.xlurpny llernice Lucas, Dorothy liennett, .Xdrienne lfpping, Pauline XX neeler, Gretcuen XYheeler, llelen Rhodes, lris lllewett, Dorothy Parsons, .Xnnette Spencer, Hazel Gerry, Philena Davis, .Xlarion .Xdyg Ruth Gatchett, Mr. Scofield, Clif' ford Manerude, Ray Hempy, Nellis llamliu, and Miles lluinpton. l he mein- bers of the club who were present were: Curtiss Peterson, .ludson Alcliinney. Patil Foster, Ruftis Dinividdie, Francis lfinneran, Gilbert liell, Charles Croner, Warren Wilkins, john Gibson, Claire Pennington, Donald McDonald. lienneth llarclay. Stanley Atkinson. and Fred Rhodes. On November 1, the Country club was the scene of a party informal dance given for Miss Frances Dunbar of .Xstoria, a week-end guest of Dorothy Parsons. Autumn decorations were attractively arranged and light refresh- ments were served during the evening. 'I hose present were: lfrances Dun- bai'. Dorothy Dunbar, Helen llall. Lois llall, Sera llaker, .Xlelba Williams, .Xnnette Spencer, Kathleen lfraley, lleatrice Wetherbee. Lyle llryson, .Xtlah McMurphy. Brownell l.'1l'ZlZlCl', janet Frazier. Marion Gilstrap, .Xlargaret lfell. Dorothy Parsons, Dorothy Guy, 'llhelma Stanton. Charles Croner. Clark 'l'hompson, George Colton, George Winship. ,lack Montague. lloward Christ- ansen, Everett Pixley, Willis Rays, Warren XYill4ins, Gilbert llell, Curtiss Peterson, Patil Farrington, Ray Dunn, Pierson Conradt. Leslie Sciiwering. French Moore, Donald lllcllonaltl, Roy Stickles, and 'ludson Nlcliinney. Nlrs. Sawyer chaperoned the party. The reception given on Friday. September go, by the L'pperelassmen for the incoming Freshman class was a success in every detail. 'l'he gymnasium was attractively decorated with festoons of purple and white and many pen- nants. .Xu interesting program was given by different members of the student body. Mr. Roy Stickles, president of the Senior class, welcomed the lfresh- man and Clifford Klanerude responded. Marguerite Reynolds, Curtiss Peter- son. and lleatrice Yoran gave charming vocal solos: the popular quartette- Leslie Schwering, Robert Stewart. Howard christanson, and Ray Dunn were very clever: and French Moore played delightfully on the flute. Bliss Ruby Peregrine gave an interesting reading, and Charles Rtinyan rendered a piano solo which was greatly appreciated by all. Light refresliments were served "1 .....'Jl. L .i .4 l just before the party broke up. 1-1 -iz I- .- P 51 E 19-IG 5 J GT'-'5 epeare nuke +A, 7'1" ,jrlisil 1 f .Yom luzrlcuu, fN'lISl.'Z'C fu'rusvr,' you urv ubouf fo -zuamlv abrupfly iufo flu' Sc't'llUll of f1'1'f'olou.v fivfiou. You orv about fo furu ulrsvnf mimlvzlly iufo o .w'4'l'llUll of fvl.u'l1 'Ik'lI-lt'l'S iviflz l?l'tI1.llS paul uo part. 5l'lllltl0l0IlS xlcvfc'lu's may bu .sl'l'lllt'lI1'll lzvforv your vyvs. lf you lzotu' a alccp-roofvd scusv of rcsvrfu' mul rvsvuf flu' ruf'iug.v of a roffvu rzvrifvr, lurlf boforv you plan' your uumicurva' tips ou flu' opfmxifv lvuflvf. lfuf, ou flu' oflu'r luuul, if you fm' of 41 1'vc'lclos.v uafurc Ivy lvirfll, mul ora in flu' xuuu' lrroiulvxs condition as flu' voufribufor.v of flu' .VL't'll0lI fvllivll livs lrvforv you, fu'ovm'u'-lmf cl-f your orvu rixlr. .-lffvr fllix :woruiug flu' nliforx -will lu' 1'c'.vfvo11.viIrlv for uoflziug-if your uuuu' luzs lwvu fulcvu lu Tofu iu flu' vourxv of vouxfruvfiug flu' follozviug ffagvx -rm' url' uol' rvxjmlzxilvlv. Tlu' lou' muuof fVHlll.Vl1 flu' -zvvulc of llllllll. l'ron'v1l of your mvu rlxk. L x. 4 ' U' ld ...-: """" F-112- l " Q r rf' o K I - A QYQSD rf 4 i I f u . 0 X' 4, ' .f., --. f vw L? I ff, X-.. ' V. ZZ, 1, 1 , Y fi K HM x T Z fi , ' ilu: f ,, afjfib 'Q' CUMPILED l,000,000 B.C. M e Penta nuke E 11' c E l. lllhg F111 alt uf gum . UNE happy emotion, antl ever!" tlay in but anal some Then l the me- Uilltfl' stuff heard a afternoon ,Ks l too: lll2lll'S voice when started "1 all tentler all was to tell Love as lamlfs brilliant you hefore You!" chops at antl l hegan just Like the jitney shining pulling that! lfats, whis- antl every- the szul Now being pering hack thing stuff, of rt wortls of was as l was rather love with hright walking curious all the antl clown the disposition fervor of cheerful hall l tleterininetl a hlacksmith. as an tlownstairs to get l sutltlenly uncler- ancl chance- to the ilecicletl to taking eil to hottom of expose establish- he things. them. So ment gone passing So l cautiously hroke. Bliss put my grippetl the :mtl all XYilliamson's ego- up floor-knoh, the reg- room. close to :mtl flung ular guys Now just the open the who had as l tloor, ancl floor. Kliss girls breezetl listenecl XVilliamson were passed her some more. gave me tlis- floor anil 'l'hen l a savage playing was 11031-tl the look :incl l.-.4 them up :mtl tlown the halls just to show they hail them, anel every- hotly Qentiieil ahout to walk on l heartl somehoily say in a sweet fem- i- nine voice filled with voice again that somnletl just like Miss XVil- liamson's say pass- ionately: "I want you forever ,I TE turning to a hoy ancl a girl, sairl: "Now sec if you can re- hearse that scene hal f-way decently!" ,..,,,LJ', il e lpeare nuke G38 111112 G "3 gf A :Z A an ly f 'QC 1 9 ' 'T 1 1,94 1 i Q 'Si Q I Gi, 3-f. 3 17' ,Be dx Q90 op ' f , I 3 li 1 J' , E A X v L IT I5 I Tbqt MIS. Lggqn f used fo ' 1-5115? 1141 WHEN Law 4 'r W' "1l.. . KrW I .SJLUFIELD 1i,ET5 ' ll' l i ,Ayr HIS 5Y5TEm" PERFEETE11. j'l'1IL'1'2I1 jahlg Quart Qipitnplxs lliy flzv Stuff U1111'v1'f11ls1'1'.j llere resta the junk of4Xlf1'eLl C., lfor ten years now he's clezulg fill S1lCllCCl"S llutle-on il root-beer tootl Fought 21 cmaugur-flowers-nuff seal! l,L'y1'11s Xohle i'illllCl'2ll Kl2ll'Cl1.j llere lies the ez1rcz1ss of l1o11'z1rcl Chris., Ile Sll2lYCll each clay I thi11k. L'ntil one time-he missed for ll week, .Xml was shot for tl1e missing link! llere sleep the l'ClllEllllS of Curley Nle, Ile longecl to serenzule her, llut her rlzul chfln t lore the sound ot his uke Hugh 11':1s killell with Zl rotten ton1:1te1'! llere lie the hones of Rllyllllbllil Dunn, .Xs an actor he was hright, Ile lriecl his lover s part on Il girl Xxillll Il l1211-11i11-prayer-gi11 nl night! llere lies tl1e hotly of Rusty llrown. .X ll2lllllDlll'g'Cl' he triecl to seize, lle's gone to El lllllfl 11'l1ere you ent when you wish, .Xml the free lunch grows on the trees. Q 1616 FQ 11T1l9eare nuke 633 X . 1 ' 'z .X 111111111-Iac Gc1'111:111 pimlc, ' 1- 1' llc stulc ll l':1i1'y's fllllgk' 111111 llZlY, .Xml xx':1slq1lI1-fl by thc fllifj' i1':11L'. l liI1y111cs In-:1111iI'11Ily-11111-s11'1 i1?1 Ilcrc in thc 111151 XY:1l1 l7:1x'ia licx. XX Illll xw1111lc1' 111' lmrsl l'111'1l1 1ll5iQ'Il5, Fm' XX':1Ilc1' was :1 l'11111Im:1Il 11115: .Xt 01111 hc pl:1ycmlf11111' prialu :1111l jwy. Um' 111-:11'1s 1111-1'I'l111x' with Sllll I'L'Q'I'CIS llc 111011 14111111 Sllltlkillg'-I911110115 111-111' il Iflllli 111' NilI'11-g'lf'CCl'1llL'.1 1kl'1111lC1l y11111l1:1l 111111-H 1 1 f5T1f,n" THE Smwwfw ' fm HAS LEAHNED HIS QRIM LE55oN NOT To RIDE THE BRAKE- RODS as -'--JJ' '15- I1 lies the lmll' ul' L'l'11'c11cg Ix1 1111 I Qieare nuke 4111- Gi " 3 Qing "1 s 5 .'. fs V .'. 8 'T""' Y ljzzggusith ililnuk fur Drufnlhs bgstxnt tliaeh student must fill out one of these hlanks truthfully. lf not they will he telling a lie and will go to-ithe offiee.j l. llow old were you a couple of years ag'o?. . .2. 'lihree years ago? ....,................ 3. ls your father an undertaker? . . . 4. lf not. why not? ............ ' Do you ehew gum? .... 3. 6. NVhat make? ...................... . 7. XVhat kind of llurham do you smoke? .......... 8. State unusual and ahnormal tendencies sueh as: a. Sneezing like a Ford? ................. la. lnhaling Neboes? ........... . .... . C. Playing marhles? ........................ 9. Are you addicted to dogs. either harking or hot?. .... . . . 10. Do you use Pear's Soap? ................................... 11. VVhere were you horn? Clie truthful in answering this question. 1Xll must own up to their hirthplaees except those horn in Springfield or Salem. These may evade questioni ? ......................................... 12. Do you helieye in the missing link? .... 13. lf so, have you a mirror? .... . ........ . . 14. Do you go to sleep easily in classes? .... 15. lf not what is the matter? .... ,........ ..................... 16. Can you read and write? flf not state plainly on this line why notl 17. XVrite anything here... . IR. And here ........................ . Sign any well known name here .... bl. Gibson-"l don't like the way that office girl treats me." Miss Dinsmore-"XVhyP" John G.-"XVell, she always gives me the slip." Du "XVhat hrought you home so late last night. "Bly l'00l1ll11Z'ltCS.ll "Drunk again. I suppose." S es' both of them!"-Er. 1916- E' -sv' J tl 7 . X I K -126- IPB Pears oaks G5 gli El mere gunning If I were a leaving this sad old world .Xml leaving the high school stndes, I'd like to make a liberal will, lior all with their various moods, Now for Pix l'd leave a gallon of gas .Xml a "bridge" to go with his Ford .Xnd a Packard 'llwin that his ear could pass .Xml Fat would never be bored. .Xml to Raymond Dunn with his broken heart 'llwo hearts I'd leave-quite new .Xnd for times when he hates the women the most, I'd leave him some nails to chew. .Xml for friend john Gibson I think I'd kill ,XII shapes aml forms of debtors, .Xnd I'd give him the woman of his dreams, .Xnd oodles of registered letters. 'llu Rusty Ilrown l think I'd leave Ifnough to eat till he dies, 'llen million eggs, five million pills .Xml fifty billion pies. .Xml Donald lXIeIDonald I think I'd make .Xs happy as any king' .lust to make the boy joyous for once in his I'd leave him a song he could sing. life .Xml for poor Porker Hempy the would-be pea-pooler .Xh. "Porker"-say what's in a name? llut so's he'd be happy I think I'd allow Ilim to win a ten-cent pea-pool game. .Xnd for friend Tubby Chris here's what I would leave .Xnd it surely would please him, I hope. Xiong' with a valet aml barber I'd leave him. .X razor aml new bar of soap! .Xnd for dear Leslie Schwering, now what can I leave? Oh yes: but I do hate to tell- I'd leave him a girl who would love him all times .Xml for Les, I have heard Margaret "feIll" be ..I-37... 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LJJ il. minus mlrzrlx :muh mlxvzt Jlllliss Qnur gflilrilllirlaaxl Kltl'l"l'Cl - "l'in '.Xnne" only to nn' pe1'sun:1l fi'ienmls," M55 NEl'liuxcN . . , , Bliss .Xnne AlL'Rllk'liL'Il t lhe AND HER etlitm' has nut mlisem'ei't-tl e At CAT whether fn' nut he lmelnngs tw the "pei'snn:tl frienml" nn' "pnlm- lie enemy" flivisiun,l inhzxhits fNf'N :1 tlen ul gumlly size nn the ullliffl llum' lmztelch in lfngene lligh Seliuul. The wiinltnvs Ctlllllllillltl Il XX'tlllll0l'flll 'lien' nl' the rmnns nf other peclngngtteka :intl .Xnne twe :ire now enter- ing' intu the eirele tn' "persnn:t! t'rientls"l eztn see anything' th::t might he uf interest happening' wntsimle nf her reztlin. with one eye-wlnle :tt the sznne time she cxplztins that while flying. Il ling' t'i'w:1lis. tlfclit4n"s nwte- lcinmlly note the lnnnm' in the tlmve line.l lf any seztnclztl tztkes plztee wlneh is XYHl'llly nf nute Il etnifereiiee with .Iinnny nmy he helml in the euzy eurnei' of the mmii hetween the lliwlugy '-1llIC- Xliss Xlt'Nlieken there we retnrn to furniztl :ulclressl is ul' lrish ileseent lvnt thnse nlw lztlk tn her mleelztre she spenlfs lfnglish quite intelligihly :intl zthnnst fluently. Klisr. l.leNlieken tive wvntinne in the Ustilu fltlitlwufiiwte that we spcztlx perfect Spztnislil loves the 1:1nnpztnionship of mlugs. ents. Sll1llKCS. rzlts. wzttei' mlwgs, pzn'i'41ts, fleas, pigs, lmirtls-znnl ftmtlmll enztelies. She is :tlsw 1'epm'tezl :ts liztving' Il lfwe fin' the mlm' uf gasoline, tin nin- eliines. :intl elerieztl eutiiitenztiiem. Un zteemint ul her reservetl niztnnei' she is nften pzttnwness :tt clztnees :intl ellxtpenm on pienies. She has ll euinplexiwn wliieli nwnft rnli tiff :intl :ln :nnizthle mlispnsitinn. 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H I I X 5,8 ,H I Oo f If I X L xxwlm-sscnl ilu gn-'xl j v . 1 gf A n mlm 'C L U plwlxlvlxmx lI1lIll xx - lx:-x little l'C2llIZL'll 1 llml ul11'stz1l'l':11'tist xxzlf lmsilx' Qlcclclxing' L-:wlx :xml cxcrx' l.L'ZlllIl'L' Ht' tlxcix' tlxvnw mfl l-lg'l1l'L'S Ull tlmc lmclf ul' :1 llHSlIlQ'C slump. llcrc xwvu wc tlxcm :ls llxc Nl xft ' k'1lI'l4l1 mist szlxx' tlxcm. Xwlc llxc x':u'cl'11llx' 1l1':1xx'11 fzxccs :xml life-flilxc k'YIll'l'S4llPllN I . llxcrcxnx. l 3ln fxplmtzntiuu l . l llcx' lnps xx'c1'c sw nczxr 1 rllllillffxxlllll L-lsc Uilllll l mln? l Yuxfll lmc :u1g'x'x'. l fear. l llul In-r lips xxcrc Su nczu' W XXI-lla l czufi llllllik' il vlczxr. l Ox' cxplzxin it tw xwu. ' lllll--lICl' lips xxcrc eu nczu' 1U J J 'lllxzltf-M-xx'lx:xl clsc Uvulll l mln? A' " " " - - .il- - f I .MP ,iii 1919 FJ 'H 2 peace -nuke KL r Q. , , 'M Qc genre lfiuukt s ,binnthnrh gtnxrhuxtzzrg Being an improved revision over the sad attempt of Noah lVehster. 'l'lf.XL'lllfli -e.--X person, supposedly hutnan, paid to write lf's on a crim- LJ g son card and crack hum jokes. See S'l'.Xl,If. S'l'.Xl,li-Condition in which instructor's jokes are served to the stu- dent who can't defend himself. DIPLOIXI.XCY-'llliat used hy a student who wishes to get along well in school. I.ll1R.XRY-tSee lounging rooml .X place provided hy the school hoard where students desiring a rest and a good time may enjoy themselves. .X place where over-worked students may gather during school hours and talk scandal and gossip in general. Keeper is provided. tSlili IJIQN OF lNlQL'l'l'Y.l DEX Oli lNlQL'l'l'Y-See lihrary. LUCKIYR-.X steel compartment which is never locked. Flourishes in 'ialls of lf. ll. S.. and grows in bunches like eggs. Some lockers sound quite musical-tSee Salvation .Xriny Bandl lf.-XLI.-'lllie result of linoleum, oil. and ruhher heels. .Xlso what comes after sunnuer. Male and female instructors sometimes do this with each other. tSee "LOVE.l SYSTEKI-Principal Scofield's idea of a good time. Something Fat Christauson hasn't got. See "RVN-IJOXVN." RVN-DOXVN-tiPronounced as in "clock".l-VVliat Pixley does in the halls when he wants to see his girl. LTSP-:X "thertain" way "thome" of the girls "thay" what they "whant to." Certain letters are pronounced like the "th" in "Dorothy" XVRFCK-For illustrated definition see lunch-room after students have retired. .-Xlso see lohn Cihson after cranking his new Studebaker- MAN-TTOOD-VVl1:1t some of those horrid fellows lack in assemhly. tgee Donald lklcldonaldfl Ulf.-Nl"l'Y-'l'liat which attends the mans of many high school girls. lndespensahle to success. fSee advertisement for drug-store.l NFXVS Olfplchf-Cgee "Pl'lYl.lC' REST ROOTXTHW .N convenient rendevouz of ahout 8 hy to feet where I-1 the student hody congregate each neriod alternately. lT'Dl'l'0R-Tle who is forced to he host and entertain the self welcomed guests. CVSSTNG-XVl1at the editor gets for allowing the students in the News office. delivered hy the principal. x T ll- ...-'Ji Q .1-... 1 Q-1519 625 c a tpgm 0 l lllu lJI',X II.-What the editor thinks when he is cussed. SKllLl2-Wliut the editor answers with. l,UYlf fNounJ-Feeling' teachers have for the editor. LOVIC- Ctrztnsitive verb'-Whztt Fat Christznison does sometimes to trust of line deleted hy censor.j I lll'l.l,Y fword derived from shorter wordj Superlzitive adjective uscd hy regular teachers and .X. Burley Cash. Condition of some statements of llinwiddie. RODS-Long pipes put under cars for Lawrence Manned and other ho- hunks In ride on. XYlll'lllf 'liROL'SlfRS-XYlnit to wear when riding the rods. CtDNVlC'l"Sl'l'll-'llliat which white pants resenihle when destination is reached. Nlll,l,-R.-XCIC-.X strezun of water over which two fzij students tgener- :ally :i mixed coinpzuiyl sometimes navigate. CXNOE-.X contrivzuice made of wood huilt for use on water. Knot :t steznn-ship.l ls quite coinfortzihle :ind will accomodate two people. side hy l each, in the hottoni, L'sed frequently hy high school students. fSee l "Nhnire"-tvpcmgrupliieztl error in "Moore"-Should he "NIore."l llJlO'l'-Peculiar mental condition peculiar to some people. of which the writer is one. l7lNlSll-VVl1:tt the writer will see when the annual is given out. T ..i ii :FEB k , - ' . Y!! ' 2- :fu all e 0525211 lilllmxhcrs nf tlir Blurlh X ff ?v fa dl, 3, ,,,, 1 i f N I,-'L--' " ', . IZ .... lxp. Q ff H . Q .. 'lf - Ixenneth xnisu xt un.. 12 ' fi Kenneth li. Kelleins. : i bn 1 i -ll if Kenneth liellems. ' " .6:!,. '1f5 Nute liellems. uma 'AT Hone. lv. lxelleins. -:gli-' "-" lxztyser. l l' Nute. .1-.11 1 1 iT la- I-:T -""" fs I LMJ .++.'4. frilpels-6 . A , , I I E 1192 -1152-are o-olie E Gly? vi Qfhis Ile is il small town llick l'll hetg He talks about the "C:1lm1'et."-Cincinnzlli linquirer. .Xnother bet 'lQll2ll'5 pretty safe: lle'sz1lxxzlys sure to Call it uliZlfC.u-C1JlllllllJllS Slate. l ,Xlthougll his ways l'cl not mlispzlrzlge, I l smile to here llim call it "g'zu':1g'C."-llct llis heart is kiml, llis soul is noble, l llut still he calls it ".X11tmvmohilef'-iluclge. lfrom proml New York Ile gets no solace. 'l'houg'h he calls it roll Free l'rcss. uhletroprrlisf'-Princeton 'l'ig'cr. OUR .X'll'l'l2Nl PT, The village swell's .X sure worlcl heater .Xml still he terms it "Speemlometer." .'LL.nJ ..- - I ss- L , l , ,.-Ul - - ' 1916 FZ. as T T ' qui Q1 'rw-v 'tt Lin' Lrxinlmxglx Ch m nxnpnng PRlfSlCX'l'S liraneis lf. Slirulnwinzni antl Bliss lletter .X. Gayne In "'l'n'enty lluekets uf lluuzeu ln lfive Reels anal 'liwo lialls. Rlflil. ONIC llern hy the name of llal Lures a simple efvuntry gal l She's a peach-her name is Sal l Weil that girl he surely shall. Yillian wants the inaitlen tnueh llas her papa in his clutch- t Mtn'tg'ag'e un the farm-ancl suehj ' Ultl tnan's cheerful as a eruteh. I -fl- tibne nnnnte tu change reels.j Grrrr-r- t flieker-flieker.j- ' Rlilil. 'IWVU Villain niotiuns she inust wed Or he'll furclose the ulcl hotnesteacl l llem hasn't gut a retlg E 'lin the alter Sal is lecl. llern rushes un the scene XYurtls are flashetl upon the screen: "You shall never well this queen: p 1 "Me nr you will hite the green!" I i t LJJ t'l'he next reel will fulluu' un the next pagel. .t,, 4 t 117: --q -hum 'l -- -rss- Ipeare nuke A G52-1 G 'v 44 14 44 1 1 v M--+ Rl,l',l. lllR1,l',. "1 Yillain steals the gal away lle'tl well her nn another mlay. 'llies the Item---punt' young' jay, 'l'n the railrnatl i'iglit-nf-way- Sal she goes anal gets a knife Cuts the enrtls and saves his life, 'llhen there etnnes the mleatlly strife lleeitling' xyhicli will win the wife. ttlne innnient In shift fihns.j t i lllflfl. FOLTR 4 1 l Give anml take it stn'e's hunt .Xncl the husky enuntry lmlt linueks the villain gnml ancl tint Un the screen : "She's niine hy liI'Hl1l." Rlinistc-1' unites the gal 1 'llu her lover, faitliful llal. ,I llern says fm' life he shall l'ay the hnaiwl uf charniing' Sal. llasseml hy the lncal Y. Xl. C. AX., the Christian lfiiflemwn' anml the Xhas Clnh eeiisnrsliip.-.Xll Chinese anml llinmlu rights reseryefl. 'llhere was a young' fellow nanietl llnnn XYhn tlelighteil in having nnieh fnn Ile never was hnrerl, XYhen he mile in a lfmwl, XYith I'ix.:1ntlag'i1'l, ancl swine int 1n'. ML' J Vllhe ahuye is exceedingly clever. and ahsnlntely trne. dy QI i-me LQ A- LILJ 1 . M1152 Qieare llbonke Ml Bangs 1.lTupuInr miilz Stuheuts "Yun mzulc me wlmt I :un tocl:1y"-Fat Pixley. "I want tu'g'ulmckt11 I.umlwm"-IJmmlcl Illclimlzllcl. -'l,L'I' XY:1tcl1 un Del' Rl1ine"-"Spike" I7rzmz. "L'l1upin's XYcmlcling' Klz1rcl1"-ilulln Gibson. "I wzmt you" Ito must :my girl J-Rufus Ilimvillclie. u,IllICl'ClS El little spark uf love still lmr-rning"'-Ray llunn. F5 Jw es El we LIKL ourg 0158 3 Q Y Q--SPRING HAT 4 K V K A x QQ NX Q I Xf , f I 'T ' G ff if ll!-LI Eonmlgg FooLs I I qv, 'Luk THE TEALHERS I Nh 5 U!!-W Fon, oncf.. ' -I . I 'lllif IIE. X 1-sf T, HEHEZS A Jawa! -Hllnnununlsgggl I l WHEN :DON VOSED FQR THIS I ' MCTURE HE Tnouqm' IT was Sami To lf ENTUTLEDSIIWASHINQTON I ,IIJJ CROSSINS THE DELAWARE? I J .-+.'4, Z QI .1516 I 3 -irfpm " as H' QI. ssrmhlg Q1i1.1pufii,v y M' Always whisper ancl talk as loudly as you can in assemhly without being heard hy the principal. The people within twenty feet of you always nant to hear about the ten cents you hlew on a girl the night hefore. Ile sure ant! explain carefully what she looked like, her heauty anal her personality antl name the hrantl of chewing gum she wahhles in her face. Then tell her name. This always gives the girl a lot of notoriety antl fame that she coultl never acquire in any other way. .Xlways prop the sole of your miinher 13.8 upon the chair in front of yon. llo not hesitate to place your flirty shoes on the person's hack in front of you. The chances are his suit neetls cleaning anyway, anil mayhe his hack itches. lf you become tiretl at the tlry sermon evaporating from the chest of the gentleman on the rostrum it is always consiclerecl the hest of taste to repose a little over in the person's lap next to you-unless the person happens to he a girl, ln the latter case you may lean clear over anal even go to sleep if you choose. lf the lacly shoultl hy any means happen to ohject. apologize hy tell- ing her you were mistaken in her iclentity thinking she was Nlissgtname any well known, popular girl.AJ She will immeiliatcly think you are clmmmy with the aftirementioneil well-known girl. anal will he overcome with remorse.. l Iowever, if she pleas with you to put your clome in the skirt receptacle, known as her lap. lift carefully the heak locatetl ahove your mouth anil smih her tthis accomplislnnent may he learnecl hy closely ohserving any girl rirling in the llest Circles! Now try the same stunt on the girl on your right. lf she has ohserveil your previous attempt all will he sweet. lf she has not. repeat rule tr. XX'hen any new speaker takes the stage, anal hy any chance you shoulcl hap- pen to notice him ilo so, get your self organizetl as speeilily as possihle :intl applautl wililly. .Xlways try to get in the first clap if possihle. This will ini- meiliately put you in the limelight for the coming election. anil will also hring you to the personal notice of Mr. Scofield who always appreciate the hreak- ing of silence. This methoil of gaining notice was suggested hy no less a scholar than Renhcn Rufus llinwiclclie. the Social Lion. ,Xlways ohserve carefully who the speaker is hefore wasting too much encore. .Xpplautl with tlifferent entlmsiasin. mlifferent speakers. The follow- ing tahle is useful in this tlepartment of the game. Learn it hy heart, as you would the different colors of halls on a pool tahle. lf the speaker is the principal applaucl wiltlly arising part way from your seat if necessary. The ap- planilee will use his own judgment as to this. lf the speaker is one of the other memhers of the faculty applantl freely hut more reserve may he useil Q, J tluring enthusiastic convulsions. lf the speaker is from out of town, hreath 1 3 .. U' . -.-. in - f.. Rel 1 , ,, ,,, , ,. W Y .Y 7.7. . VV. Y VHLH, :ln I Q if Gi? ss 991, e Peare nuke eaxicr but rent the air to a certain extent-he may come hack some time. lf the speaker should happen to he a high school student it is considered perfect taste in high school circles to go to sleep. XVheu the crisis is over and the principal says that you may now leave the athlete factory and has motioned the corraled group up in front to go un with their suffering and they are hutchering the Neat Shop Rag to which you are supposed to keep step. arise and sneak out slowly-unless you happen to he a Freshman who is suppose to transfer the Dress Circle from the center of the floor to the cavity under Xigger Heaven. If you should happen to he one of the latter unfortunates don't move from your chair hut close your eyes mournfully and try to look like a morgue on a husy day. Some idiot will sympathize with you and tell you you are excused. Get up enthusias- tically and and ring his opened fist and stalk hurriedly out of the room. tReader will ohserve the word "hurriedly" and act accordingly. lest the grave digger may get more work.j Outside he sure to tell all the teachers how good you thought the speak- ing was, and the students how punk you thought what you heard was. This will put you in strong with both factions. These rules of etiquette if carefully followed out are good for at least one term if a few variations are used. Professionals like llrick Pennington and llelen Rhodes need not notice these rules. lgliiglg jrlguul ,Suriefies Billie lllllnulh like tn illlrnntulgzxie S. R. O. S.--Society for the Relief of Uverworked Students. S. M. G. NV. T. li. S. IJ,-Society for the Rlurdering of the Guy who Takes lfight Straight Dances. S. P. U. G. M. T. F. S. T.-Society for Preventing the Office From Giving More Than lfive Slips at a Time. S. G. 1. C. T. XV. D. R. S.-Society for Giving lron Crosses to Teachers XVho Do Not Report Students. S. M. S. XY. ll. T. l. A,-Society for Rlurdering Students XYho Heat Time In Assembly. S. S. S, S. Lf Y,-Society for Stopping Students from Stealing L'niver- sity Yells. vw' lI 2 14,4 S, F, P. O. P. ll.-Society for the Prevention of Pigging in the Halls. .L -tw - 38 3 9 is E7 1 .- 119 pears nuke G25 G23 "" gl' 1l11'U1'1' 511unkv's Qlnsv Qluuivsi I M' Uwing' t11 t11e 1Zl1'g't' 11lll111JC1' 11f entries i11 t11e e1111test t11e f111111wi11Q' c111ssi- fi1'11ti1111 was t'11111111 11CCCSSZl1'j'I CLASS .X-.-X1f1f1N1'111lQS First prize. s11e11 111' f11111r-.111111111y Gi11s1111 111111 G1'et1'11e11 11111001011 Gur- 11e111 Xl111111e11 111111 L11111 Xlessenger. Gi11s1111 211111 111114111011 tie t'11r first. 1 X11te: .Ns we g'11 t11 press. Gi11s1111 is 1111 e111111e ri11e 1111e1111.41 Seo 11111 prize, 1DZlg' 111' llCIlI1lI1Si11Cl1 116115611 111111 1111111110 L'111e. 1 '1'11i1'11 prize, 1111 Illl1Ug'l'1ll111 1111111111-1,e11 11111111 111111 Myrtle Nexx'111:111. CLASS 11-SOL'LM.X'I11iS First prize. 1'11pv 111 "K111t11er G1111se R11v111es"-C111i1' I'e1111i11111t1111 1111.1 1101011 1111111105 . , S 800111111 prize. 21 111111' 111' ice-c1'e11111 CUIICS-f10111'g'C 11Zl1'l'1S 111111 1,e1111:1 NI:1111'i11e. 'l111ir11 prize, 111111' 1111t11111s 1111' C1111e1'ti1111-1,111x'1'e111'e N1'1s1111 111111 N1i1111'1'.1 X':111 11yllC. CLASS C-S'l1lf.X1D11iS First prize, 1111e 11111114 111 College Crest e11r tickets-.X1 Cressey 111111 1'f11yt11e Russell. See111111 prize. UPC1'1i1111S 11111111 1111 1fti1p1ette"-111111 1X1Cx1l1l'l111j' 211111 1.011- 1l1l1'C '1'il111etts. '1'11ir11 prize, 1111e ticket t11t11e Rex-C1111ie C1111is1111 111111 Leetie N11'1J11we11. CL.-XSS 13-"ONCE IN .X XY111L1fS." 1"irst prize. 1111e 1111x 111 "Little 1111111116511-.X. 1111r1eig'11 L'11s11 211111 1111ris 1Q11x1'1i11g. See111111 prize, 1111e 1111g' 111 111111-C0l'l1--1116 1411131111 111111 '1'i11ie 1XZl1lJllC. '1111ir11 prize. 1111tt1e 11f 1l1g'1l111lCl'1'j' juice with tw11 st1'11ws-Lee 11l1XY11 :11111 19111111 11111. ISIQGIXNIQIVS SICCTION. , , . .. . . A 1 ,, Ji 1.1.4 .Xt 1110 11Cgl11llCI'S 111x'1s11111 1119 e1111test was close, 1111t t11e 1ll11llXY11lg 1110 '1 1 -1-515-FD: - -was L94 - 1192 1-lieare nuke worthy of special mention for .excellent efforts in the right direction. Russell Crump and Violet Robinson. "Skeet" Klanerud and Annette Spencer. Willnn' .llulin and Irene Stewart. No prizes were offered in this department as the contestants were really too young to appreciate them. lfACL'L'l'Y SECTION Although all of the faculty did their best, the first prize, two pairs of eye-glass rims, the judge finally decided really belonged to Carl Fenton and .Xnne BlcNlicken. li. A. Scofield and Miss California are a close second. The following' were disqualified for professionalism: XYalter Allen and Ruth Young: .ludson Klcliinny and Mary Lindley: "Fat" Pixley and l.ois llall : and XYillis liays and Catherine Parsons. Because their cases were not of sufficient development to warrant ad- mittance to contest, the following couples were not admitted: Donald Ble- llonald and lris lllewett. "Spike" lfranz and lillen Hailey, Lawrence Nlanerud and .Xdah hlchlurphey. Douhtless in the great confusion which always accompanies such a contest. there may have heen many worthy cases unintentionally omitted, hut consola- tion to these hard-working' couples will he peddled out hetween the hours of 3 240 and 5 o'clock to all who apply. To some. a numlmer of the ahoye participants will, douhtlessly. appear ill assorted, hut it should he remembered that no man knoweth the true course of love. Students who expect to enter this popular contest nert year are advised to start their fussing' early. and avoid the rush. This report is approved and duly signed hy the chairman of the com- mittee which made the selections and awarded the prizes. Csignedl liLlZ.tXl3E'l'll GRIFFIN. 'I6. Hfln 'Quu Girasp Ellis Clfluv? "Now tell me just what do you mean ?" Said XVifey 'l'o .-Xrchihald Green. XYhen he watched from afar AX girl enter a car, .Xnd remarked "XYhat a nice limousine." -Princeton Tiger Q1 1916 6 A .lsslJl - H 111111-5 uf Qiii11111-111---QH11111 in ?5l'1III1Yl' nf 1111- ,1'Hu11ivs 11116 111. 1110 1111151 111111111'1:1111 111111115 111. 111111'1c C111l11C11C1S 1111- 1:111- 1-111111111-1-. .X1XX'11f'S 1-111110 111 11111-, 111111, 11'1111ss11111-,s11111k111g11 111111- :11111 111111-11111g. S111-:111 111 1-11-1'1'1111c 11111 1ilIl1XX'. :11111 :11s11 111 11111s1- 111111111 11111 1111 11111. 11115 11111 141-1-11 1111-111 1'1'11111 1.CC1111g'111l1'1. N1-x1 1-111111s1- ylflll' S1-111. 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I 111111 the lllilltl. 1,1 1, 1, 4 RCSt1It-,lx11'1,111110. ' ' " UN I ' 1536 F6 GE.-5 C '3 212923132 snake ' ' ' llliiuzrlh-'Tv flukvh is 44.1 Saul-l neetl five tlollars anml l'x'e only got four. l'aul-'l'hat's easy: pawn the four tlollars for three tlollars antl sell the pown ticket for two tlollars. Soph-Say. are you acquaintetl with the potl family? lfrosh-Yeah. they're all green peas. Soph-XYell, one satisfactiiin-they're not nuts. lion Klc-t'l'aking his watch from uncler his pillowl: "Rig-lit ol-loek. lt iny folks mlon't call ine pretty soon l'll he late to school." ing: My tlear. clitl you make this pie out of the cook-hook l gave you?" Yes. love. XXX-ll. l thought the crust tasteal like one of the covers. lleing tolil to write a hrief essay on "'llhe Mule," Ralph wrote the follow- "'l'he inewl isa harclier hirtl than the guse or the Turkies. lt has two legs to walk with: two more to kick with: ancl wears its w1n"'s on the sule ol its heacl. lt is stuhhoruly hackwarcl ahout coming' forward."-lfx. Nlr. l7isher-L'ntler what combination is golfl inost quickly releasetl?" Newt-Nl4:rriag'e. .Xnnette-.Xre you going' to the fiance F-aturilay night? llrownell-No, unfortunately l shall he out of town. .Xnnette--l tlitln't get :1 hicl either. Klrs. Fisher-l'cl like to see you at the end of the sixth. Smart Guy-,Xll right, whei'e'll l meet yon? 1 I -Ha, l Ui ...U gy' Q 19i-E5-T5 ""f l l LLJJ - - YE YEARE BOOKE CLASSIFIED ADS G23 I ' TN-w 1112 pears nuke- I.OS'Il-Mv patience. after calling' up I3 times a week for dates and getting none.-Ray llunn. l,US'l'-lu Spanish examination -all knowledge concerning' subject. Return for future use.--'l'he Editor. I,US'I'-My breath when I saw Iirench Kloore without Miss Frazier recently-.Xmtie Body. LOST-Nly nerve upon being in- let-yifgu'e4l by star-interviewer, F. X. St-ofield.-Rodney Sintih. UIST-f'I'lu'oug'l1 the pigging' processl SIOOO. fOne thousand seedsj Finder will please return t0 French Moore. I,OS,Ii-4-CCIITS between Blair and .Xlder streets. Pennies were in :food condition. Finder return to Ilrick Pennington and receive re- ward. LOST-Nly conscience in physics test. Ifinder kindly return as I need it badly.-Dorothy Parsons. LOST-'lllie person who found my 2g-CCIIIS someplace in the halls. -II. 'I'. C. I7Ol'ND-.Nhotit four t0 many courses on my schedule.-Kenneth Iiellems. FOVND-.N Burley Cash six days out of the week b0wling at 0bak's. 'Those interested look for themselves. XY.XN'I'IiI'J-.X large, seven pas- senger, six-cylinder. 4 speed. 50 horsepower autotnobile. Nlust be rather new and in excellent rniming' order. .Xll those wishing In donate this car leave at my home and don't crush.-C. 'If Mudge. XY.XN'I'IfI7-Five tickets for seats in the front row at the next musical comedy. .Xlso some field glasses. tNote--'Ilhe last sentence has nothing to do with the first.J- F. .X. Scofield. NY.'XN'I'ElJ-.Xn elderly lady to go with me on the C. S. picnic. Must be very retiring and serious minded. Must be able to talk about the weather. the war. etc. .Npply to .Iudsou Mcliinney. VX'.tXN'IlIfD fbadlyl - Private secretary to write letters and think of pretty things to write to my girl. Must be able to write clever love notes.A-John Gibson. I IV.XN'IiIfI7-Sotltelmmly to trans- port me to school in a car that is over O feet lonQ'. Reason for changing' from present deliverinff system. rheu- matism. .Xin rather tall and value my ICQ'S.?C7lI'I Fenton. IY.XN'I'IfI7-Ct1i'e for had case of cuheb habit.-Rufus Ilinwiddie. FOR S.XI.If-Complete animal eiptipment for a world-beater circus -.Xpply to .Xnne KIcNIickeu. . .'..'J'. I-14- L..w1G. FP lpn Q9-care nuke Y M P151 ,F wrt nuke Querg t vpztrimmti So popular has "Our Query llepartment" hecome, that we are forced to run quite a lengthy section in just answering the questions of people contem- " plating' crime. matrimony and other similar sins. Xte are otll to please and we hope the worthy people who have written in to .Xdain Lire, our query editor. will he satisfied with his attempt to satisfy their prohlems and will act upon the advice given them. So great was the number of questions hand- ed in that .Xclam was unahle to give space to all of them. 'llo all of these who are asking' if they should do anything, we would say, "Yes. certainly, do it." 'l'o those who were asking if it were hest for them to commit suicide we would give an emphatic "Yesl" You prohahly need a change of scene. lint in all seriousness we are glad that so many of the students and faculty have trusted our query editor's judgment so greatly as to write in for advice. XVe hope those who have been with us this year will not forget next year's staff who will prohahly have an answering editor even as good as dear old man Adam Lire. llear lfditor-XYhen l first came lo this fair city l vowed a solemn vow not to meddle with the fairer sex until my position was securely established in the school. Now l think things are running as smoothly as one could ex- peck. and it is high time for me to "step out" in society. Can you inform me as to when it would he hest to "step" first. Yonrs for speed, F. A. SCOFIELD. My dear Principal-lleing very aged myself l may not he the best author- ity on earth hut l have heard some of the boys like Fat Christanson and Lyle llnsh talk about the women of the day. If you wish :t popular girl you can prohahly secure one hy attending fre- qnentlv the dances at Gross llall. ,Xll the fair town girls such as Blanch Ilelshaw and Lizzie Simpkins attend these struggles. Look for the classy ones i if you want to make a hit. 'lihese often wear caddy clothes and fur on their shoes. Dear lfditor: llow can l have hair curly like Mary Pickforrl? Sincerely yours. TSROVVNELL FRAZTFR. Hear llrownell : 'l'o make your hair curley you must purchase a bottle of ,LJJ crystalis. .Npply it freely. hefore retiring. to the hair. After several applica- ...l F .... 1 9 1 9 - I +vJI lEl?f.s .. -1919 FJ -' . . . . , . , D ... N pears nuke , lfl llttt l.t ll lt n h1lt.l Q my 110115 Ili, lllll' WI S LII' O Clll' Il'l lll'2l O C III C 'll S to BIYC SZIUS 'W' faction. get "Moore" tmorel of it. .Xnother good plan is to go mlown Io a store ancl purchase a few yarcls of eotton eloth. 'liear the eloth into narrow strips ancl tie the hair up every night. ln the morning remove the strips ancl your hair will he eurly. .X finishing touch with the eurling iron will do won- tlers to the hair. llear lfflitor: llo you think l'll make the foothall team next semester if l train very earefully? XYill you please give me some training rules to go hy? Yours truly, HANK EVANS. Dear llank: l haven't an atom of clouht that you'll make the team if you aflhere strictly to the rules l am going to give you: unless you clo as l say you are lost. First. he careful ahout your eating: ahstain from all forms ot pastry, do not eat meat. ancl ahove all things, leave vegetahles alone! lirink nothing izut water and not too inueh of that. Seeoncl. clon't strain your eyes. avoitl -ver-stumly. :mtl quit the movies. 'l'hircl. ancl rise every morning at six. run five miles lmefore hreakfast antl take a eolml shower after eating. Fourth. rzleep with plenty of air. Dear lQclitor: XYha1 makes Syrlney Smitlrs hair so hlaek? Curiously yours. .X SOPINDIORIQ. llear Soph.: lle was sitting on the eclge of an ink hottle one clay when somehotly hit him with a paper-warl ancl knoekecl him in. 'llhe color woulcln't eome out of his hair. llear lfflitor: l usetl to he very lovalmle ancl poetical. lioothall taught me to he hrutal anfl seems to have flestroyefl all my poetic nature. how can l regain it. XVishingly yours. l2VERli'll'l' PlXl.l'iY. llear liat: Go out in the moonligllt. steep your soul in it, tlrink it, eat it. mlevour it. think of nothing hut moonlight for three months. 'llhen hunt wilcl- flowers on the verdant hill-sicle, listen to the heautiful featherecl songsters as they sing their sweet songs of happy love to the soft halmy zephyrs of lune. Nlemorize that olcl saying ahout "ln the spring a voung man's fancy." etr.. N . . . . . . . . . . J- ' il. . .4 rt-peat it over and over, again anrl again. sing it. write it. anvtlnng to impress 1146, 1192 pears nuke I G33 C:-'D """ it on your mind. Ifat nothing but candy and pickles. 'lialk of love and the ee' springtime every time you have a chance. Persevere, and by and by your old poetical instincts will assert themselves. Dear liditorr Would you please tell me the exact number of hairs on Mr. l'. Ii. llaker's head? ln haste, I"RliI3IiRICli IQIXGSIBVRY. Ilear lfred: 'l'here were Q31 before the last rain. llear Ifditor: For some reason I just can't like Shakespeare's plays. Is the trouble with me? Sadly. k'V:'XRlIl':N KAYS. Dear XYarren: No indeed: you're not to blame. the fault is Mr. Shakes- peare's. he overlooked your pecularities when he was writing. Ile did not write enough about Oregon and especially Eugene. It would not have been unwise had he mentioned a few things about our new high school: if he had l feel sure his works would have been more successful and both you and I would enjoy reading them more. Dear liditorr Some people don't like the way I've been fixing my hair the last few weeks. What do you think I ought to do? GENEVA MARIIC S'lll2lIXtJ. l x...J llear Geneva: l3on't pay any attention to them, they're ignorant, they haven't been educated and consequently can't appreciate it. I think it looks swell. so do others who know anything. You might stick a few flowers in it to add color. Dear Ifditor: I am very anxious to become a great actress. I just do not know how to get started in my career, so I thought l would write you for advice. I am considered very attractice and l have quite a lot of talent for acting. What would you advise me to do? Sincerely yours. LUIS IIiXI.I,, Hear Lois: 'Ilhe only way to start in to be a great actress is to be bold and not shy. Get a complete set of Ilill Shakespeare's plays and also about one ,....'J4 CQ 1916 xx sail U 1192 pears nuke ' l a Qi hundred of the most modern ones. Practice different parts ten hours a day for about three years. By that time you will be able to be fairly good. Next go to Nladame Enriche's dratnatic school in Chicago for five years. XVhen you have completed your course in dramatics there. you will be good. Then go on the stage in some musical comedy for about three seasons, and you will wake up to find yourself famous. liinally go boldly up to any of the biggest stage man- agers in the L'nited States and state your own contract. They will be only to glad to get a star like you will be. and will rival. each other in trying to book you. Follow this advice and your highest ambition will be realized. Dear Editor: l have been thinking of buying either a horse or an auto- mobile but l'm afraid of horses and it is very doubtful whether an automobile l would suit me. l must have some kind of a vehicle, what shall l do? Sincerely yours. ANNE McMlCKlfN. Dear Miss Mchlicken: l would of course advise you to buy an automobile I but since you feel dubious about purchasing a car you had better get a Ford. like many other school-teachers have done. Dear lfditor: l have large mnnber of freckles. They bother me awfully. I H XYhat would remove them. Sincerely yours. PPULENA D.XVlS. My dear Young Lady: .X very simple and yet effective remedy to remove freckles is to get dynamite and blast till gone. lf this fails l do not know what else would remove them. To the Ffnlightening Editor: How can l keep the rest of the faculty from kidding me all the time? The kidders just simply joke me to death- the old joshcrsl I won't even tell you who-l mean what-they kid me about i -but she's a-confound it. l'm awkward-anyway how can l throw them off the track? Please help me if you can. And gratify, MR. HOISINGTON. Answer: T gather from the personal pronouns in your letter that what you tried to impart to me was the teaching element of this institution is making your life an inferno by touching on topics. sacred to your heart. publicly. Presuming this to be the case, l shall proceed. lt might be a good plan- since they seem to accuse you of having been the object of one of the proverb- f' ' J ial arrows-to try and throw the spotlight on some other instructor-for in- --, l i I 19419 Q 'VFW l ul-luJ - - 1192 Ipeare nuke i next time anyone starts to get funny with yourself as the proverbial goat- watch your chance. Here is where the innocent lliogenes pays dearly for the times he has ha-ha-ed when they have kidded you. Now will come your chance to ha-ha. lla-ha twice if you wish. XYhen each and every education butcher begins to look inquisitive. kittinishly reach over and ram goat-Fisher in the ribs, an then, ina manner approved by the best dime novelists ha-ha once more. Proceed: "Ray, the next time you go pigging with that kind better take a side-street." The object at this point generally turns kind of a sickly green. It's always well to be liberally supplied with information concerning the victin1's past life. liring up in a peculiar manner some of his experiences in his tin Sarah and escapades at ten o'clock, at night in Klary's noodle-joint. .Xlways keep a watchful eye. lest li. ll. make connections with a two-by-four. liveryone will laugh at Mr. lfisher and you will be able to love in solitude. For further information see information department-.Xx llilly llepartment Store. Dear liditor: l am very fleshy and adding weight every day. l would like to know a remedy to get thin. Respectfully yours, LEE DOWN. Kly dear lfat Friend: You are evidently eating too much. You must diet, and exercise in the open air. .X very effective diet is. for breakfast a I-llll ounce of oatmeal sprinkled sparingly with salt. lfor dinner have eel hips served a la fricasse with little cubes of bread and butter. For supper have pig chops and oyster minced. Drink a thimbleful of water every three hours. Get up each morning and hike seven miles before breakfast. .Xfter breakfast climb the nearest hills twelve or thirteen times before dinner. ln the afternoon go canoeing or swimming. lfollow this program for six months and you will start to get thinner. Dear liditorz ls it against the law to stage prize-fights in Oregon? l have a match arranged between lien Hensen and Sid Smith for twenty rounds. l aiu Sid Smith's manager and would like to know where l could stage this fight. Sincerely yours. LYLIQ K. BUSH, lix-Pug. Dear Pug Lyle: The Oregon law says that a prize fight may be held where both antagonists are evenly matched. .Xs both of these middleweights ..I C2-D stance, the head of the lfnglish llepartment, Mr. Ray lliogenes lfisher. 'l'he I" " ..-ul - - 6.55 IX Q92 pears nuke GE-'B If 1- gl are almost equal in height, reach. etc., you can safely stage the fight. 'I'he best I- .. -,I I I I I ,I tl I ILJJ place to hold this fight would be in Miss Comming's room. You should hold your fight there, because if the police should hear about a scrap they might raid the place. You would be absolutely safe, because every time you pass the door you hear such unearthly sounds that you think something is wrong in there anyway. If the police were told that it was merely a German class. they would think the yelling at the fight was just another session of one of Bliss L'onuning's classes. Dear Editor: I am having a very hard time to decide what I should make my life work. I am a very good talker, in fact. I can convince most everybody to see 1ny way of thinking. I am very bright, witty and smart. I am good- looking, dress well and never do anything that is unbecoming to a gentleman. I am always willing to obey and never do anything that is wrong. Please sug- gest what I should do. 7 X ' I hankmg you, ROY S'IlICliI,IiS. Dear Roy: Go quickly down to the drug store and buy five dollars worth of stryclmine. Take a dose every minute till through. 'Ilhat is the only thing l can suggest. Dear Ifditor: Do you ever think Mr. Mudge will be as great a speedking as Mr. Fisher was? FROM .X MOTOR FAN. Dear Motor Fan 1 M r. IVIudge has a very promising chance to be a speed- king. He has a lot better outlook to equal and surpass IXIr. Fisher. Mr. Mudge doesn't take any of the young high school teachers riding. Mr. Fisher al- ways had a full-house and consequently he could not make many speed re- cords. Mr. Mudge has always with him his mechanicist. Carl Fenton and some day they will break all world's records. To the Comforting Query Editor: XYhy is it that I am not as much in evidence this year as formerly. Some way I seemed to have dropped out some from the rays of the limelight and am not called on for speeches anymore. The boys are not even as chununy with me as of yore. Do you suspect what the matter might be? MILDRED E. lalias "NIIDDY"j HXGLIQY. -450.- Dcar Nliss Ilagley: I have my suspicions-even as the girl had her sus- fs -'U V S. -A? Q 16-19 E2 ex pears nuke i Q !+1-Q! pieiuns as In whn stole her fntlge. XYhy. nh, why, Kliss llagley are win sn I-ss alnnf this year? XYhy mln ynn seein sn erahhicl ancl insist npnn heing sn rnhng a power? Perhaps that is the trwwnhle, liven a stntlent rlesires tn he treatetl snniewhat ettnsimlerately-even when he has hrnken the laws of the institntinn anml is tn he snhjeetecl tu the inter-rnllrnntn laws of nrcler. XYliy, heeanse snniething personal has gone xyimig, shonltl a stntlent receive the 'uliletl wrath 1 4 nt' a peeyetl natnre. 'llhink these things over antl ntaylme a change will appear. llear litliturz XX'nnlml ynn please pnhlish the fulluwing'pue1n, antl tell nie what you think of it? Sincerely ynnrs. lCYlClQl'1'll'l' l'lXl.IiY. 'HJ AX lSlQl'X li'l"llli, l'ye seen nlany kinmls of girls, I - - lures nt hlne anal wnltlen enrls: , , h , . i Langlnng hlnnmle anal gay hrnnette. Girls nf ahnnst every set. llair nf ilarkness, eyes nf l,mruwn, Girls who sinile anal girls who frnwn, llnt there's one who ean't he heat at all .Xncl her nante is Luis llall. lly liverett ll: tle l'ixley. lleat' lfyerett: 'llhe pneni is nnt sn hatl fur an aniatenr. lint nty clear young' tnan you shnnlml write pnetry nn some inure tlignifietl snhjeet. You shnnltl write nn sneh snhjeets as "l"rpst in Stnnmer," nr "Only lllintl L'lianee." ulllessings nf applierl Science" nr "'llhe llnnian CUllSClCIlL'Clj11l' Master." Yun will sneeeecl l think a great ileal hetter with these inure clignifieil anml nplifting' snhjeets. Dear lftlitur: l ani ileeply in lwye with a fair ynnng' hlunmle. seein tu eare fur nie. nn niatter hnw l strive tu win her attentinns. ine yery satl antl l ant slowly pitting' away. XYhat shall l mln? .Xnxinnsly ynnrs, She tlnes nut 'llhis inalces ' ' Y IRR XY9'l'l"'l"IllflQ lxlf,l,I, . . . Dear lielly: ltlrnin the tune of ywnr letter l shall say ynn a tlistresseml anal sail. 'l'n win the athniratinn anal affeetinn uf yt re extremely vtn' latlv-lnve Jet, .J you innst mln nuhle things. Gu ont into the hig. wicle wnrlml anml aeenniplish .-,. U -"'-1' -1 1- .l dy CQ 1 6 1 G E u G59 IW only I I I I I I I I UJ .J 'Llpe pears nuke something, make a man of yourself. Go to Europe, enlist and fight for fame and glory. If you lose a leg or an arm, no matter, think ofthe hero you'll be. All women just dote on soldiers and especially blonds. I think if you follow this advice, you can get your cruel young lady friend to be yours for life. Ilear Editor: XVhy does llill Purdy make such a loud noise when eating soup? .Xnswer this and I will be extremely thankful. Curiously yours, ESTHER HLIGHICS. Dear Miss Hughes: I am surprised you do not know that to make a lot'd noise while eating soup is the latest thing in table manners. I-Ie does this to enable the faint essences of vegetable that are so nutritious to enter his nostrils. hlr. Fletcher, the great food expert, personally advised llill to eat soup in that manner, because it was so nutritious to the human system, and especially l3ill's system. Dear lfditor: I am a quiet, unassuming young man who just loves to write poetry. I have a very hard time to sell my poems. They are considered excellent by all my friends who read them. XYhy is it I cannot sell them and please tell me where I could send them to be sold. I send you some of them Io criticise. Very truly yours. KARL IQELLOGG. Dear Karl: I read the poem: it doesn't need to be criticised, it should be ostracized. Your friends who read them, and say they are excellent, must be tew and far between. The reason you cannot sell them is because you label them wrong. NVhy you call them poems is more than I can see. The only place I can suggest for you to send them to be sold is to some good shoemaker who, I think could use them very nicely. The poems are so thick and hard to see through that I think they would wear nicely as leather. Ilcar Ifditor: I want to know how old you are, and whether you are handsome? .Nlso do you eat candy. and what kind do you like? Respectfully yours, PALILINE VVHEIQLER. .477 l 'Fi ' I N I Us Q l Dear Miss VVheeler: You are asking some personal questions, but I do I IJ, elif?-F II:-il-I E 1.192 Peace i nuke E G55 sua' it Q not mind answering them. I was eighty-two last March. If you want to judge whether I am handsome. just picture, Mr. Hoisington as an old man with gray whiskers. I never eat candy, because I have acute indigestion. If I can answer any more questions for you, I will be pleased to do so. , Dear Editor: Some of my pupils think l'm sarcastic. I don't intend to be so, but if I am, how can I get rid of this fault? MRS. ELLA A. FISHER. Dear Klrs. Fisher: Yon're not really sarcastic: they just say that because they want to have something to talk about. Flunk three or four of them and they'll change their attitude. and pronounce you cruel. believe me! Dear Editor: I'm only taking one subject, and that is journalism, of Mr. Fisher. I study seven hours a day and five hours every night, on Saturday and Sunday I put in twelve hours work each day and then burn the midnight oil overtime: I take advantage of every vacation during which I rehearse my lesson at every hour. Yet, with all this work, to say nothing of my wonder- ful journalistic ability, I can't get Nlr. Fisher to give me an A plus. XVhat can I do to get him to give me one? ELIZ.-XI1E'lllrI GRIFFIN. Dear Elizabeth: Nothing. Dear Editor: I've been in high school almost a whole semester: I've tried to dress nice. Init my hair won't lay down, what can 1 do? A. FROSH. Dear Frosh: 'Ilry holding it down with Le Pages glue. If this scheme fails, ask Curtiss Peterson how he makes his behave. Dear Editor: I am naturally smart and I have a very artistic tempera- ment. Yet. with these great gifts, to say nothing of my high school training, and my study of the different forms of art. I am not able to appreciate grand opera. Tell me how I can. Hofwfirlly yours, VENUS PELTIER. Dear Venus: You can't: no-body can: they're not supposed tog they just pretend they do. Whenever you go to an assembly you should sit through the entire performance. whatever it may be and never move a nmscle or even . --I - 4 I 4.-'.Jl, l - - 55 il Q 1 isis - J E Qieare nuke A 6,-'Li 6.1.19 'fm l' kl ,hw tim ouclly. ln so tloing you will tlevelop a great supply of patience which will he at your rlisposal tluriug the torturous strains of some wilcl aria. lf you can stantl this without flinehing you will he as near appreciation of the opera as you can ever hope to lie, furthermore. you will he a hero. l might also atlcl lay way of suggestion that you applantl after each att for one minute: you won't have trouhle cloing this as you can applaucl heeause it's over. Of course no one is supposetl to know that but you. My clear Iitlitor: llo you think that my hair is prettiest when ent norm- ally or in my latest style known as "la poinpatlourf' 'llhe barber assuretl me that l macle .Xpollo look like .Xlkali lke when it eame to lmeiug hanclsome. hut here at sehool I am gazecl upon in a fashion similar to the look which is lie- stowetl upon the missing link or lfat Christanson when he lets his lmeartl grow 34 hours. What is your opinion? li l'lNNlC'lll'l KA YSICR li ICLLICNIS. j Answer: l woultl atlvise you thusly, lienneth. Never tlo anything half way or in a half heartecl way, or, better still, in the worcls of the untlerworltl and .Xnne KleMieken, H50-5O." If you feel that you must imitate the eonviets at Sing Sing, why not g shave the tlome entirely? Surely this will he mueh more effective antl P :luring these warm spring clziys aucl coming summer it would he the height of eomfort to have no foliage upon the top of the hean. Or. shoultl yt '11 efire to go to the other extreme, it woultl he lovely to let the hair sprout out hy the foot in the style of Rattlesnake Pete ancl Jeff .Xyers. .Xt any eost never again have it cut 50-50. 'llhe ahove is the aclviee of one who knows. llear Ifclitor: l am worrieml. People tell me they love to hear me sing and that l have a wontlerful voiee. 'llhe thing that causes me so much anxiety is the faet that l clo not enjoy my own singing. How can l? Cl'lQ'lllSS Plf'I'lflQSUX. Dear Curtiss: lleerl not the praises ofthe multitutle: they're either after your money or a loek of your hair. 'l'o enjoy your own singing you must first of all ancl last of all clevelop a strong imagination. You must imagine you enjoy it: this is the most any one ean clo. Imagination is a great thing, :incl if you want to eultivate a real hig one. try to form an image of Helen Rhotles in assemhly without liriek Pennington 1 -4 4 at her sicle. ..-Uh . -111, 11-1 .-js-L... 7 if CQ 1916 FD - 1 JIUVQ Kuff QQQQQQQQQQQQ-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : c : 1 : : :: QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ ADVERTISING DIRECTORY ogooq Name Page Allen N Lewis, Wholesale Grocers ..... 163 Bangs Livery Co. .................... 180 Bastian Brothers, Engravers 51 Designers. . . L87 BIy'S Grill .......................... 183 .Hrauer SL Conley, Furniture . . . 179 llurden Sz Graham, Shoe Store . . 178 Coe Stationery Co .......... 167 Domestic I-land Laundry ..... 179 Dorris Studio, Photographer .. 183. Dunn, F. E. Dry Goods ...... 187 Elliott Sz Hosmer, Grocers 183 Eugene Art Store ........ 181 Eugene Steam Laundry . . . 175 Fisk Motor Co. ............ 178 Fountainette ................... ISO Friendly's. Gents furnishings ........... 160 Golden Rule Store, Dry Goods Sz Notions. . . 170 Guard Printing Co. ................. 164 lIa1npton's Dry Goods 81 Furnishings .... 196 Hicks-Cliatton Engraving Co. ....... 166 Ilotel Ushurn .............. 174 Ilotel Cornelius ..... .... 1 70 Hurst, Dr. .......................... 184 Iinperial Cleaners-Cleaning lb Pressing. . . 18g jim. Shoe D1-. ........................ 131 ,litney Eats .......... . . . . I85 Kuykendall. Druggist ......................... 175 Large's Cloak ix Suit House-Ladies' Furnishings ,,,, 173 Linn Drug Co., The ........................, , , I84. Lucl:ey's Jewelry Store ...... . 163 Ludford-Paint ik Supplies . . . ..... 174 Marx Barber Shop .......................... I82 Mason Ehrman Co., The XVholesale Grocers ...,,, 171 lllchflorran K lVashburn, Drygoods 81 Furnishings ,,., Iqg Monarch Cafeteria .........................,, T72 llloody. 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Sample Store, Shoes 81 Dry Goods . . . Schwarzchild's Book Store ....... Seth Laraway jeweler ..... Shack. Canoes 81 Dancing ..................... Smartt, H. D. Jeweler ......................... Stanleys Price Cutters. Dry Goods 81 Furnishings .... Studio de Luxe Photographer .................. Tollman's Studio, Photographer . . . l'niversi1y rf Oregon .......... l'. of O. Shine Parlor ........... Valley Printing Co., Job Printers .. . Varsity Confectionery Store ....... Wade Brothers. Gents Furnishings . . . Weiss Grocery, The ............... White Lunch .' ............. .. Willamette Junk Co. ............. . Wings Market, Groceries 81 Meat . . . Yor:m's Shoe Store ............ ......... ............ QBnu2h in GBM gahlrcriisers The business men are our best friends. W'e thank them. W'ith us they split their dividends, We thank them. Some of them said that "bones" were few, Some had to pay the butcher too, But most of them at last kicked through We thank them. For ads from some we had to nag, XV e thank them. And others liked to chew the rag, We thank them. To part with cash it makes some blue. Now students give them all their due. They've done their best. it's up to you To thank them. --P F 0ooooooo::::::::::::::::::::::::ooooos: -156- Page ISO 183 185 165 176 183 185 172 176 162 172 IDI 177 186 '73 180 T60 '70 184 184 oooosooooooyycaoeosooeoogoooooeaaoooa-Q ooofsoooqooo-000900000 nrtb 1Baetfte allege DENTISTRY AND PHARMACY PORTLAND. OREGON The Qlnnual Session Begins QBetnher I Students taking a regular degree course are required to enter at the be- ginning of the session. Requirements for Admission: To the course in Dentistry, high school graduation or its equiva- lent, fifteen units. To the course in Pharmacy, two years of high school or its equi- valent. eight units. Beginning with October 1, 1917, the course in Dentistry will be extended from three years as at present, to four years. 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"it's quite ye are-I ani a taytotler. it's thrue, hnt hegorry. l'd have ye understand I-5- I-l'in not a higoted taytotlerf' Nlike--"Did yez make Callahan apologize fer what he said about yez F" I'at-"Yis: liult-." MCI .uhherty-" awalce a gi rod I YI Iog'g1ll'ty so loud thot ahl: an' the re long." -OQQOQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ- v - - - - - -- Y 7 Y - - - nuqaecoosoooooqoonoo Q- --v--oq --, -v--, ,QQQQ NOT IlIGO'l'IilJ. D .Xn Irislnnan, wishing' to take a "homestead" and not knowing just how to go about it, sought inl'orination from a friend. "alike," he said, "yon'x'e taken a homestead an' I thought niayhe ye could tell he th' l'1u' eoneernin' hou' to go ahont it." "XYell. Dennis. I don't relneniher th' exaet xyordin' uv th' law, hut I can give ye th' inanin' uv it. 'l'h' inanin' nr it is this: The Govern- inint is xyillin' t' het ye Ifb01lCl'L'S ny land again .KN .XPOLOGY g Q H y billy thot ye ean't live on it live years yyidont staryiii' t' death." he said he was sorry he said so While an lrislnnan was gazing in the window - of a XX'aslnn'g'ton hook-store the following sign THE RlfSI'L'Il. Oi s'pose the twins kape yez dale wid their eroyin'?" -"No: yez see. aitch ar 'ein yells yez ean't hear the other at sult is dead soilenee ahl noigh ernvglit his eye: Dickens XVorks .Xll this week fin' only 34.00. "The diyyle he does!" exclaimed Pat in dis- gust. 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' ' II 'Wu 'Qual' 'I W " oooooooeaQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ 'llhis article appenrecl in zi country newspaper some time ago-"Mr, XYilli:1m Fritz, our vil- lage shoemziker, who neglected to consult :i time tzihle on his way home before crossing zi rail- rozul trestle some months ago, has returned from the hospital." Waiter-"Yes, sir. Umelets have gone up on :recount of the war." lle-"Great Scott, :ire they throwing eggs zu ezieh other? Waiter-"No, sir. it's the shells they use." "l never have any luck. lfverything goes zigztinst me." "Wli:it's the matter now ?" "The cloetor says my lmshzincl must give up smoking." "XVell, you ought to he glzul if he follows the iloetor's orders." "Gl:ull -lust :is I was within 500 coupons to get :1 new set of cut glass tumhlersf' QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Pix-"Bly. what :i lovely complexion you hav el" Xnne Nlehlieken-"Yes l walk about six miles 21 clay for that." Pix-"Surely there is Il rlrug-store closer thzm tha tl" Little .Xrehie was tolcl to put down ai shzirp knife he wus playing with. hut he mlicl not ilo so. XYhen he eut his finger he run to his mother who sziiil: "'l'here! Now. mlon't come to me for Syll ipzithyf' I mlon't wzmt sympathy." sziirl .Xrehie "l want :1 rag!" lle entererl the h:u'her's shop :mil srit himself elown resigneml to his fzite. The lmrlmer shzirecl him. "Shzimpoo?" zislceml the tonsorizilist im'itinjg- f ly. "No," repliecl the mzin. gzizinjg' :it his lmlel ilome in the mirror, "shine" QQQQQQQQQ--Q---QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQoooaqooeQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ--- ooooooooo00090o-oooooooooooocqqoooooaoaoo Qooqqgqgq-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQooaoo ommencement Gifts qs Ogg! 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Miss Smith assured him that he would, and Nlr. Charles was soon eu route for Clapham. "Oh, papa," she began. "did Iwi" "You must not ask questions." said the old man. "Mr, Charles wished to see me about a matter which, for the present. must remain a secret." "I know, papa," pleaded the girl: Shut you might give me just a little hint of what it was -just a word. papa? "Uh, well." he replied indulgently. since you must know, Nlr. Charles wanted to hori-ow a nickle Io get home with!" XYIIICN 'I'lIlf KIL'SlC L'If.XSlflJ.. It is reported that a certain musician, disgust- ed with the chattering that usually takes the place of listening during a musical performance. arranged with his violin, his violoncello, and the rest that the music should suddenly stop in the midst ol' the loudest passage in the piece. It was done. and, clear and distinct ahove all the loud talkers' voices, these words were heard: "II'e always fry ours in lard!" Ilow lovely it is Now sunnner is here! 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Gifts what Qlrr Bistinrtihe in Qtbararm' You can find at this store quality goods in any line and at any price usually found in a HIC H CLASS JEWELRY STORE LL XSS PlNS A SPECIALTY-With low prices and high quality-Prices in PLAIN figures iluckqfs jewelry brute 000000000000 0000000000 0. 00 -168- 0000000000000000000000000000000000 000000 0000 0000 -QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQA -ooo - A - HIS LITTLE SLIP .AX well known business man, who lives in the suburbs and usually goes home by the five- thirty train, met a friend the other day, and was persuaded to remain in town for the evening and attend a smoker. He was at a loss for a moment how to square himself with his wife, but finally going to the telegraph office, he wired: "Missed the five-thirty train. Do not keep dinner waiting. XVill be home later." lt was a good deal later when he reached home, and his wife Illet him at the door. "Did you get my message, dearest P" he ask- ed quickly, hoping to forestall the trouble. "Yes." she replied in chilly accents, "and I would like you to explain why you sent a wire at fivur-twenty-eight telling me you had missed the five-thirty train." listelle-And yan let him kiss you? vvvvvv - - - occ-vooooooooQoQQ-Q.--,,--,. ,X COMING BUSINESS MAN. "Ma," exclaimed young Teddy, bursting into the house, "Mrs, johnson said she would give me a penny if I told her what you said about her." "I never heard of such a thing!" said the mother indignantly. "You're a very good boy not to have told! I wouldn't have her think I even mentioned her. Here's an apple sonny for being such a wise little lad." "l should think I am, ma. XVhen she showed me that penny. I told her that what you said was something awful and was worth a dime at least." Xlrs. llnnks-"XX'hat delightful m:mners your daughter has." Nlrs. .lunks-"Yes. you see she has been away from home so much." hlarie-Yes: but it took force. Teaclier-f'Wl1at was the Sherman act F" lfstelle-Force of habit?-Princeton Tiger. Student-"Nlarching through Georgia." 4u.------..------....-----------....---.. -.......----------------....,-----..- 3 g I5 Whlte Luneh Always a good place to eat and everything the best.. 27, 9th Ave. East Phone 281 b----..---....------------------......,. oooaqqqaooooooooooo QQQQQQQQQQ oeocoooooq 1 -MB -ov -- Q,-,- -Q 00.0009-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQ CW I'I'1Va S in Portland should first their Way to th otel orne ius located in the heart of the Business and theatre district Free auto bus meets all trains. Rates 31.00 a clay and up C. N. CORNELIUS president H, E. FLETCHER Manager Park anal Alder Streets. Portfancl. Oregon goo--- --...-....-....Q..-..------ -170- C Q QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQ so q +I I wr wr O Ir r - -Yv----:v- 0 I ll ll II 'I U O O 0 ll 0 nu I ll ll I O O O 0 O O E O O l I O O O E s E ,-------------Q.-----QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ --Qqggggggq---------Q ---- -oooo---' -'-- --0 ----- 0---0oooooooqo,9.Q....,-,,,,,----i .-Xl5SOLl"l'1i PROOF. Mrs. Maloney was before the magistrate charged with assault on Policeman Casey. She had been unusually attentive throughout the pro- ceedings, and now his honor was summing' up the case. "'l'he evidence shows, Mrs.. Ma- loney," he began, "that you threw a stone at Policeman Casey." "lt shows more than that," interrupted Mrs. Maloney: "it shows that Oi hit him!" "Oi tell ye, Mrs. Costiganf' said Mrs. Mur- phy. "Oi kin stand er dhrunkard, or er mon thot uses foul langwidge, or er loirr, or er woif- b'ater, or er mon thot shtrays wid th' wimmin occasionally-" ".'Xhl th' min do," chipped in Mrs. Costigan. "Maybe! Oi kin stand all these. Mrs. Costi- gan, but Oi can-not stand er loaferf' "'llhere naow!" cried Mrs. Costigan. "lsn't thot provokiu'-whin yer oupld man's got all th' other points?" 4 H -cooeoooco :octetQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQCQQ .------------------------------------------ HE HAD TO SWIM. .X green lrislunan was sent by his emplover to take charge of a jewish funeral, and upon making' his report to his "Boss," Pat says: "'lhat's a curious custom the jews have of placing' a Sligo gold piece in the right hand of the corpse. "Why, that is to pay his way over the river jordan." "Well," says Pat, "if that's the case, that Jew will have to swim. because l swiped the Szof' One day Casey and Riley were walking' on the railroad track between two high embank- ments when a train came up behind them. Casey ran up the band aml instructed Riley to do the same. Riley stuck to the track. running' as fast as he could until the train hit him and knocked him fifty feet into the air. Casey asked him why he didn't run up the bank andyRiley said: "lf l couldn't beat it on the level what chance had l running' up a hill?" flflasun, brman S5 Q11 . Owners and Distributors of the Celebrated BL E RIBBO BRAN FOOD PRODUCTS E ugene, Oregon. Portland, ----------------------------..g ------------------------------------. Medford, Oregon Lewiston, Idaho. ------- -----------..----..-,------.. --l 1 l - - Q QQ QQQQQQQQ-QQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQ-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ-4pQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQu UNIVERSITY QF' CDRFGGN EUGENE-THE STATE UNIVERSITY-TUITION FREE The University offers work in the following schools and colleges Graduate School. College of Literature, Science and the Arts. General Courses in Liberal Arts. Special Courses: Course preparatory to Medi- cine. Course preparatory to law. Course preparatory to Engin- eering. Course preparatory to Jour- nalism. School of Law : A three-years' course, requir- ing two years work in Lib- eral Arts for admission. School of Architecture: A four-years' course. School of Commerce: A four-years' course. School of Education: A four-years' course. School of Journalism: A four-years' course. School of Medicine: A four-years' course in Port- land with two years pre- paratory in Eugene. School of Music: Piano, Voice, Violin, Wind In- struments, Harmony and Musical History. Summer School: A six-weeks' course. School of Correspondence: Study. THE FALL SEMESTER WILL OPEN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1916. ' Send for General Catalog or Special Bulletins-Address THE REGISTRAR, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE. QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Q QQQQQQQQ ::::QQQ::Q:::Q::::QQ:::::::::: QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQ monarch 'Ga eteria and elieateaaen J-411 ifomegfooked ood 956 'wlllamette Street Q QQ Q Q Q QQ QQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQ- QQQQQQ QQQQ QQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ- QQQQQQQQQQ Q QQQ QQQQ QQQQQ 9hone 952 QQQQQ Q QQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ -1 Shoes 9 Dry Goods Clothing Hosiery 2::v.:z2:::S... Department Stationery Always Notions Cutting 13 Years in Prices. Eugene 940-946 Willamette Street Eugene, Oregon. 4 QQQQQQQQOQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ. QQQQQ 72 QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ 7 0 z I E U I O O O nr in in ll 0 lb H ll in il li ll in ll In 0 0 O 0 in 0 0 0 0 A i -Qt QQQQQQ lf YQQQQQQQ lf QQQ 4 -.---------...-...-....--------: :--- : : ll ll :Q :::::::::QsooQ::::sQ: :oo:: ::::Q:: :ooo 1 . , . . , . . nl tOrerheard lll a Pullman car between lms llhe Disguise Would Be Pertect lt- ii ' . I . 'l 11111111 and Wife-5 Curtiss Peterson would muss his locks shirht- ii U , , ,, H IS 1: X ou are very conitortable. wite dear? ly. lf MYCS' love-" Fat Pixley would stop saying. "lt's a crime." t" K Q - . Q 1 Q vfvq 1 I ,' 1 ' ' ' :Q llle '-Uellllmh -UC 9455 fmil Wit? Rutus Dmwlddie would look human. " ules- flilflllllf' Brick Penninrton were seen all alone some- li . Y v - -v g ll ' X ou dont feel any jolts? time. fl UNH- SWCCTCSLN Ray Dunn would forget the women. :: ihkllfl there IS HU tlfllllglll Ull llly llllllll? Sinn Qzufney iyuulgl quit Saying. "I-Iuh Z?" li UNH- ml' "Mwst Ulm- Sfml the Wife- Max Schafer would only take four-foot 2 "'l'hen change seats with me." said the hus- ,U-ides, ll hand. Dorothv Parsons wouldn't run the scale when ll ' in i' she laughs. l v fl 'l'ransit-lJ'ye know Wllilf Scales arg? Gretchen XX heeler would use her real name. 1: Chain-Sure, scales are the pimples on gi fish. Russell Brown would sleep at nights instead 1: 'llransit-Naw the scales go from C. to C. 'lf the 'l1lY't'me' 2 Qimin-yyell. 4pm't the fiSh?-Tig-6,-n Principal Scofield would forget the word K "system," ll Z..,. 1: Mary hought a pair of scales mm H I ' H i: Despite hm. Pak dismay' iq te me o d inan jones is pretty mean. ll lt matters not what Father says. nxleiml X 'll' bel- H011 CWM Cheat 35 Wh' ll She always has her weigh.-Ex. tairef'-Ex. l I. 4 ..--......-......o.,---,-------: : :Q Q : : : : : : : : : : : ::-------....-----..------..--- fnsoooooooaoooo-QooecooQooooo9Qooooo:oooooo nooQoeeooooecoooqooqoooeooooe li ll ll ll ll QU li I . in l X n , - il l ll N," ' ll il ll il ll in li ll ll 11 ost ty 1511 u1t 1n merlca ll ll 0 . . . .. . . ll That is what Hart Schaftner and Marx Varsity F1tLy Five IS called by the best dressed young ll IL men of the country. You'1l see why when you see this suit. ll ll il ll H W 1: ade rothers ll ll ll The Home of Hart Schaffner and Marx Good Clothes ll u 1-.........------------::::...-.::::sex:::-:,12:::-----::::::::::,.:::::::::,,: 173 oqayqooooQQQQQQQQQQQ--QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ- QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQ HOTEL OSBLJRN EUGENE. OREGON Finest equipped hotel in the Willamette Valley. ffiw, . f gl, ' .-vcr. 1 f V Up to date in everything-Unexcelled dining service. W. F. OSBURN, Proprietor. QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ-------.-QQQQQQQQQQQQ---Q....-------------------Q----QQ--. Q--.--Q -.------------ ----------------..---- --..--....------------------QQQQQQQQQ acific .2-futo 'Gompanq SERVICE CARS, TIRES-ACCESSORIES Agents for Dodge Bros. and Chalmers Cars Phone 663 QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ--QQQooQ-.----------..----------o---Q--- QQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ -----QQ-o-----Q---- QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ-QQQQQQQQQ --Q QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ ---------- jfreh lnxhfurh Wall Paper, Paints and Artist Supplies 79 8th Avenue West. Eugene, Oregon ------------o--Qa oaoooooooo Q- QQQQQQQQQQQ-QQQQQQQQQ----------QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ n 5QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ---------- QQQQQQQQQQ-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Pitt ltu ll2lI'l'Uf who has just finished whistling' "Curl Save the QUCCIIH3-HlgCg'Ul'l'Il. it's at clum gmail thing' ye hex' green fithers on yez: if yer was ll ezniztry, l'ml twist yer nick fel' yezf' .XGXINST 'lllllf RUQLIQS 'llwn lrishinen went fishing' the tithe clay. :incl hefure ecnnineneing' npemtimms they haul zi Weigel' :is lu whip slninltl inzlke the biggest eztteh. 'llhey hznl heen fishing' fin' :ihout :ln lmnr with very .. ................................. .... NORTHWEST Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital Clncarporaledi O. R. GULLION Diseases of the Eye and Refraction W. T. GULLION Ear, Nose and Throat White Temple ooqqooogqqeooqno-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQ -QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ pour results, when Pat, who gmt up to see what he hznl lnmkecl. m'e1'li:1lz1neetl and went hezullong into the writer. Hike, seeing' his feet cliszippear- ing. gave zi yell :incl eriweml. nliCgUl'l'Zll if ye'rc g-min' tu dive for 'ein the het's off!" . H . ,Q .Xn lrislnnzln haul :1 tight with zi hlew. lhe -len' gmt the hest of it. 'llhree weeks l:1tertl1e.len' cliecl :intl the Irislnnnn hezlt his g'i':lye with zi hznn. --.......-..-.- .... ---................--.. 'K 4 I 0 N U iv 0 U U 0 nu ll in ll ll ni ni ni ll ll ni W. A. KUYKENDALL The Prescription Druggist 370 Willamette Street. voaqqaaooooooqqQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ .....----q-------A---o-----A-AA--''AA ugene Steam launurp We have all modern machinery and are equipped to do any class of laundry work. Give us a trial bundle. hone 123 MH. Qtigbtb, Qlnr. Qllbarmltnn Qgqeaaooeqpeeoeoooooooo--qo-- ---AAAAA-- ""A-"' vw Y- -vw' f-lT5--- Q ..... ,vvvoo-000-9990000099004QQQQQQQQQ n-----Q---QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQ ..ooo--ooo- ooQQQ--Qo--oo QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQ ualitp botos Stunts he luxe QE. Q. late, top. 992 Qlifliillmnrttr ilbbonr 1171 QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ0000---QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQq Doing Business L Q Doing Business In Our Own On Our Own Name a y S Re utation P The name "Laraway" has been identified with the Jewelry business for over 50 years and every article purchased from our store is guaranteed to be exactly as represented and bears the personal guaranteed of Mr. Seth Laraway. vu. W. - ' . WA LTH A M4 " ' 'vfer:ff..-:Inari 'Y lun...-f The pride of the Student is a Gold Watch and When you think of Diamonds you think of we offer a very fine selection of Thin Model Laraway. Our large purchases give you an small sizes for Gentlemen and the Popular advantage. Superior Diamonds at Lowest Bracelet Watches for the Ladies. Prices and Superior Diamond Service. Whatever your wants we can supply them with the latest and most desirable goods in JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS, LEATHER GOODS, TOILETWARE, VIC- TROLAS, PIANOS and NOVELTIES. Seth laramay DIAMOND MERCHANT and JEWELER 885 Willamette Street. ' Eugene, Oregon. ::::::::::oo4::::::::-oqoo: :oon:::: : :::::::::::: :::oooooQQQ.. Q0Qo--Q--. -I T6- QQQQQQQQQQQ 04000009.41 QQQQQQQQQQ oooooqoqqo - Q Q Q-- Qooooooogoqop QQQQQQQQQQ -Qgoaoaooooooaogooco50004000000 Advice to the sickly inclined: I. Never drink more than 2 quarts ot---- at a time. 3. llon't stay out after 5 a. m. 5. lJon't eat over 7 times daily. 4. Never make love-you may get love-sick. 5 stretch. 0. lJon't drink carholic acid-it leaves a had taste in the mouth. .-Xy Svedish young fellar named Curt. Couldn't stand, on his hands. to have dirt. His past. it was pure. XVicked ways had no lure. XYhen he smiled-oh. gee whiz-how it hurt! Lois-'l'hey say Fat Pixley has hrain fever- 'l'helma-Fat chance: can an angleworm have WZlfCl'0l1 l'llC lillC6? . lJon't study more than o hours at a o--oo::::::o::::::::::::::o: lilank to he filled out for entrance into the lf. lol. S. Perfect club. I. Do you smoke?. . . . . . . . . . 2. Do you swear? ................ ...... 5. Ilo you use slang? t'l'he words "sugar" and "Shncks" are permitted memhers ...... . . 4. Do you stay out late nights? thleaning after 8309 .............................. 5. Do you chew gum? t'llhis recreation is permitted on holidaysl ..................... 6. llo you ever travel with hoisterous fellows? .Xpplicants must answer ahsolutely truthfully. .Xnyhody overstepping any of the ahoye re- quirements will he refused admittance. Rip-Picked up a pockethook on XYiIlamette street this morning with ten dollars in it. Zip-Gee. you always were a lucky man at finding things. Rip-'lloo hlamed lucky. The next thing' l found was the owner. .,--------v-----o--o--oooov-00'--v-----vc::acc::::900090.99Q9QQQQ...----....--. aoooooooooooooooooooooaooooooo oopooooooq We have greatly enjoyed the presence and patronage of the students and teachers of E. H. S., in the years past and hopeing our service has proven satisfactory, we wish you all good luck and su ccess Yours Confcctionairly, PETER PAN :--:::::Tf::::5o0c::::Q:::::::::::::::::::f:::::::oo -AAA ---- -- --v-,,,-,,e::fv:Q::e:---- -,,,,v,,-Y ,,,,,v,,, ,,--,,---Q---- ,,,. -- ,,.. ----,vmaosoQo-----A--------------- valley rinting 'C mpanu 9hone 470 Over U. S. National Bank and Eugene Loan and Savings Bank. oooooooqeo QQQQQQQQv9Qq9qqqQQQQo4Qooqoocoqottvttvo Qaooe 77 -ooooooooooaooooocooaoooooooo QQQQQ - +1 I 0 O 0 00000 4 0000000000 0000000000 00000000000000 g 000000000000000000000000' i 00000000000000 0000000000i 00-0000000000000000 00 0000 00000 0000000000 000000000000 00 00000000000000000 00 9 H' l. A R G E S if 'Cl Ii d 23 ' .76 I oa an ult Guse 4 Iii ' R Xu R , 865 Willamette Street. Always showing the newest in dresses, suits, coats, sweaters, waists, gloves, hosiery, underwear, umbrellas, hand bags, petticoats. Exclusive .X " 'U Eugene agents for Wooltex coats and suits, Fownes gloves, Onyx hos- - Aj P iery, Merode underwear, Dove undermuslins, Modart and W. B. Corsets, Fitrite petticoats, and many other dependable lines. is ' 0 0 00000 0000000000.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 Footwear of Superior Merit and Value May always be secured of Burden 81 Graham Eugene Shoe Headquarters 000000000000000000----00 - ------A---------0-0---A--00-A - --0-A---A---00 000000000000000000000000000000000-0000000000-0 00000000000 000000000000000 LARGEST Hl:l3Al R SHOP IN CITY - 53' MOTORCYCLES AND BlcYcl.Es ON EASY PAYMENTS EUGENE, OREGON 000000000 0000000000 00000000004 0000o00000000000000000000000-00 0000000o000000000 Wnvse 000000000000000 000 0 0000000-0000 00 1 1 1 1 1 11 1' 1 1 11 11 I1 I1 H H 11 11 11 U 11 I1 1 1 U 11 U 11 11 h 11 1 1 I 1 1 1 0 U 0 U 1 1 I 1 4 4 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll' 4 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1+ -Q-nwnocaansQeoqumsoeaanmsasoamnsooe::ms:ce .X CONClfN'l'R.X'l'liIl l3L'MP. "Phat's the matter wid yer 'ead Casey?" "Shure, Murphy threw tomatoes at it." ".Xn' divil a hit would tomatoes 'nrt ye Casey." ".Xrrah. hegoh, they were in a tin l" "lt strikes me. Pat. that either yon or I was drunk last night." "lt strikes me that way. too. sor." "XYell. yon rascal, which one of us was it?" "Well, yer lionor. far he it from me to cast reflections. hut I must say I envied ye." "Phwin dooz th' next thrain la1'e?" asked O'lIooligan of Casey as they entered the rail- way station together. "l"aith." replied Casey. glancing at the clock. -vv -v..-v.---. CooooooeQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Casey applie1l to a circus proprietor for a joh. The manager said to Casey: "Our largest lion lllliil last week, hut we kept his skin. If you like to get into it an1l he shown as a lion yon may have the place." Casey agreed. an1l at the first show the manager stepped into the cage Zlllll said: "Ladies and gentlemen. 'llo prove the docility of this roaring lion. I shall or1ler him into the cage with the ferocious tiger." Casey lnmg hack. lint the manager proddcd him with a swort and 1l1-ove him into the same cage with the tiger. Casey hacked into a corner and cried: "Shpare mel" 'llhe ferocious tiger jumped 111 his feet and answered: "Ye needn't he afraid. l'm an Irishman myself." -. - 1- ' "Casey seems to he doinv' well where he is." it s lett- - H "He'll not last long in it. 1 -- ' , D . . J, " Casey was in church one Sunday. XVhen the 11 lll nut' He 'semi 1" WW 5"ll5l"tl""l' Ct1l'lll'llJlltI0ll-lJUX was passed he said: "I'm not 11611 'Wt last fl lllmllll- l Sfllfl 51' Wllell llc naturalizecl. Iean't vote." got the job two years ago an1l I say so now." -so-Q-----QQQQQQQQQQ------------------1 4n-oo----------------,-----QQ---.,---..4 I1 1 U H DOMESTIC HAND LAUNDRY 143 7th Ave. W. 3 Reasonsl- SAFETY FIRST QUALITY SECOND SERVICE TIIIRD. Phone 252 ..--....-----------------------...----. ..-------....-....-.. ..--------.........y WILLAMETTE HIDE AND JUNK CO. Dealers in all kinds of junk Our Specialties HIDES AND WOOL You may witness by our growth the satisfac- tion we have given to all those doing business with us. Glu, Gnlinfu lnlv Shtrr Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Gents' Furnisliings Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions. 7th and Will. Eugene, Ore 1voawpoampo-np-qu-'annum'oqnnooumsoansoansaumsnqmpq 1' rauer Ss Qtunlep Sell Furniture If its Furniture you want Blirauer S wlnnlep Should be sought. You will find their prices best and their number is 94 Sth Ave. W. 175 8th Ave. W. Phone 1214 Eugene, Oregon. 1 ........ ........ :::::f::xx:-:T:-:s.1 11 1:zc:x:::oomuwesqqmuuogamunooaaaummoaeqammpq Til -.mmsoqnuogquvoenmpoqmvoqusqqnponus-nunQqNpoqn.o4 4 II II II II I II II II II II II II II I II II II II II II II II II II II I I I I II II II II II II II II II II II II II 0 u u I u u I if- 41 U 0 I I -----u 4- I I I 0 I 0 I I I I I 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 I I I I O O I 0 0 I I 0 I - -- --- 4 ------ -------- --------- ---------------------------- ----------4------------------------ ,J 'J f I'fl fgjjp fr g, F ff 7, e J l XZ! We wish to thank the students for their liberal patronage this year, and would like to sec them all back next year. REMERBER-- School Supplies Groceries Soda Fountain Cafeteria Confectionary H. ll. TAYLOR Just Across the Street. --- ---- -- - --------- --------- .-------- --- --------: :--: : : ::::--:ec-: : : :Qc-: : : : : : : ::---------------------------I -----------------------------------an For Particular People epnnlifs Stunts ls the best place to get your Kodak pictures finished. We use Cyko Paper-The Highest quality on the market BARCLAY and BAKER --------------------------------- IU!-I97 IV.PHghISI. Phone 183 Marisa Emmy Qin. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season We aim to Please Props. 1' 4-ll.1l1---lQ.fIf.--QQ-fffQ .... ------ I I I: Earl L. McNuH Abe Bangs J. H. Wes! ii 4, Pros. Vive-Pres. Sw'-'I'ronn. I I BANGS LIVERY CO. LIVERY SALE AND STAGE STABLES II II , I Baggage Transferred Day or Night II I Automobile and Cab Service I1 Phone 21 Cor. 8th and Pearl Sts. l Ii --- ------oooo0ooQQo00 0090900 0ooo-- Q Qtttttttbt CQQQQQQQQCCQYTQQC 766633330-QI -180- 1001900600900450560645566006O505C0i564059595999909454 9'49-990095909060O6O6t0oQQQ Dail-Are you familiar with Mathematics? Co-ed las machine caine to stopl-'Oh, clear, Son-Yep. l call 'em "Math" for short.- what's wrong? lix. Jahn-Strippecl the gears. i- Co-ecl-Oh, john, clo you think it will show? lioh--Wliat does the word "etiquette" mean? -Ex. Roclney-Saying, "No, thank yon," when you L-- mean "giinmie." Typewriter .Ngent-"Want to get ricl of your ... . olcl typewriter?" lluzz-Dial the convict keep cool when he Pwffllect-uN"t yet' I -lust llmlillefl hel' 'HSI went to the block? week' Fuzz-No. He lost his hezul completely.-lix. "How can you tell the difference hetween 'llhe hoy stooml on the burning' cleck. Quite unafraicl. they say: Xml 'is he lit '1 ci0"u'ette. light anal heavv opera ?" A " ' B' -' - -f + The c'uner'1 clickecl 'iw'1v -Fx lly the weight of the costumes. -ltx. ' ' ' ' - ' " ' lle-XYill vou go to the clance with ine? ll""1'llU'-Yllll lfW'W- l QUVC' UI' fl f0W lllhlffe gpm-1'm SU,-rv' 1 Canlt. lint 111 im,-mince for Lent this year :intl very near fluukeil out of you to a very hamlsome anal clever girl whoni lllfll Sfllmll- you can take. .Xnnette-XYliat rlial you give up. canily :intl Ile-l ilon't want a hanclsonie ancl clever 'CC-Clffllll? girl: l want yon.-lfx. liorotliyeelluli iili-stiitlyiiigf' QQQQQQQQQQQQQQ----Q QQQQQQ-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ-Q0Qo-QQo-QQoQQQoQoQ x--Qo-oo .lf it is repaired by im that's all qou need to know J IM, THE SHOE DOCTOR 956 Willamette Street c QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQA - - - - - - - - - - - oonogoqcoQQQQQQQQQQ--------------.oQo i 'Ulf 225 ol 1-vi-ry sa-hool Vllllll shoulml ln- vxnininm-ml hy :lu i-xperl. XM- take cure- ol your 1-yi-s in tht- way ot li-ns 1-lmngrt-s for one- vi-:ir from ilnlv of piiiwliaise-. No extra 1-linrggv for this si-l'vi1-o-. :incl your nionvy liavk if yon wunt it. ..f 1 - at ' ll: light way is our way." "Nev Mooily :intl Nev livtlvlf' Sherman TBM. iiilnobp lily:-siprlit Specialist SlIl'1't'NS0l' Io lglll'gt'SS Upllwll Vo. NNI xx'lllIllll1'lfQ' Stlwel. QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Q ... 4 -..QQ-Q-Q-- - iv x, --.. : : : : : : : Q---Q--QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ--.4 ,QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ4 Just a little space to help the Yeare Booke Yours truly, fugene rt fitore GEO. H. TURNER PICTURES, POTTERY, STATUARY, MODERN PICTURE FRAMING Paine Bldg. 10th and Willamette s 4 neooaooooo oo-000-0099 sooo--- Q-- QQQQQQQ. -181- QQ--.-. --QAA----A----QQA---Q 'A' na ll ll in ll ll I 1 ll 0 ll ll ll ll ii ll ll ll II ll II nu lr ll ll tl in ll ii ll ll lr ni ll II ii ia 0 ll ll ll ll ll ll il ll ll ll ll II ll ii t -it I ll il ll ll ll ll ll ni ll ll ll ll I 0 I O n ni in 0 l I i' i' I ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll 0 R if -----. ----------------- ------- --------- kiSSl'1iI1C 31' OTS NICK -- ----- ---- We Shine Shoes We Block Hats We Brush Clothes We Guarantee Satisfaction Another Satisfied Customer ---SURE-U 7419 Willamette Street ' Front of Palace Barber Shop --------- -------.-------------- ---- - - 4- --- for distinctive work Qorriu Sphotv dhcp 'Cherry Bldg. 9ho ne 471 -. ------ --------------- ---------- ----------------------------- ------- Everything in the Barber Line Marx Barber Shun 829 Willamette Street --1S2- ::::::::::000::0::00:::00:::::::0000 .X bill collector called on Owen to collect a hill Owen sairl: "Conte next 'lluesclay and I'll tell you when to call again." Every time he called after that Owen threw him downstairs. Ile got so after awhile that as soon as Owen appear- ed at the iloor he would rush to the stairs and throw himself clown. Owen had him trained. DIIJNUI' KNOXY .X GOOD THING Not long' ago in a XYestern market town I 0 000000::::::0:::::::::::::::0q chancecl to observe an Irishman with a live tur- key under his arm. The turkey was squawking' and goblmling in a distressed way. a racket In which the Irishman did not at first pay any particular notice. Finally, however, the mlisturli- ance got on the Celt's nerves. Giving' the hiril a poke in the side, he exclaimed: "Be quiet! What's the niatther wid ye. any- how? NVhy should yez want to walk whin I'ni willin' to carry ye F" 00000000000000 00000 000000 00 L000000000000000000 000000000000000000 0000000000 000000000000000000000000000000--000-- ---0--v--- --- ,--0v--v-vv--- - ----00000 Phone 530 TI-IE 11th Ave. E. and Millrace IS THE ONLY PLACE FOR REAL RECREATION LET US ARRANGE YOUR CANOE PICNICS AND DANCES Gerry Watkins, Prop. In-oooooo000000000000000000000ooo000000-4 3311335 grill A good place to eat WE EMPLOY WHITE HELP ONLY Popular Prices 771 Willamette Phone 588 Eugene, Oregon. 000000 00000 00 0000 0000000000 00000000 00 : 1 1 :00000::0000: : :.00: :0000000000000004 ll erwhaufs 'Cigar zftore CIGARS AND TOBACCO Genuine Briar and Meerchaum pipes at less than wholesale prices 7th and Olive Eugene, Oregon. 0-0000000000000 00000000000000 0000000000 I z E I I E 000 ELLIOTT 6 HOSMER GROCERS Preferred Stock Goods Heinz "57" Varieties Schilling's Best Chase and Sanborn's Coffee Fresh Vegetables ALWAYS 9th and Oak Phone 246 00000000001 4 ,,,, - I Roberts Bros. 000000000 Toggery CD F' o P3 E 2: 9 m aa e U2 :P 2 c -1: c :U 5 U1 E 2: cm U1 I n s l c o s o u o o o o o o o l a o I o o o o 4 o o o o o 0 o o Q 5-1 l - ..... 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' g 2- g os 4 :L Q UQ V- v f -oooooooooooooooooooooboooooocA-:---- -4- A - - sac---' -Qooo--:soo--- -A A:scA--- A-AA 'l'ip-Atlantic City expects to outstrip all the other resorts this summer. Top-You mean in the number of people there? 'l'ip--Of course. 'l'op-l'm glad you weren't referring to bath- ing suits.-Ex. She-Oh. dear. do you know jasmine got the cutest little table for her birthday, all you have to do is press a lever and it changes into a desk. llc--'lihat's nothing. all l had to do was to prt-sa the steel ing .-rheel on my car and it turned into a telephone post.-Ex. Miss llagley-"Can you give me a quotaton rom the llible ?" Chris- ".4 Xnd Judas hanged himself." Miss Bagley-"Correct as thunder. Give me another." Cliris-"Go thou and do likewise." Q - vo-- .-X "LOVELY" PARAGRAPH With a heart as pure as dewdrops trembling in violets, she will make the home of her husband a paradise of enchantment like the lovely home of her girlhood, where the heavy toned harp of marriage with its love stroking chords of devo- tion and fond endearments sent forth the sweet- est strains that ever thrilled the senses with the rhythmic pulsings of ecstatic rapture. Love Lyric of a Lunatic. l never hear a goldfish bark, Nor canine baying of a lark: I never hear an oyster chew, But what l dream dear heart, of you. No worm there is skims through the sky: l see vo eagle crawling by: 'llhere's never snail speeds through the sea. llnt what my thoughts, love, speed to thee.-lfx. ----A----A-----:3:::qq---qqQqQQQQQ0q...Q...,,,,-, QbooQ::9ooo::::oo:::o::o0::O00O- ----- f --"' ' ' ' pqgoooooooqooqooooooQQQQQQ ppoooqoqoqon 0.0.0.9 ---coo oo-- QQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQ .4 Buy sample shoes and save Money Eugene Sample Store 609 Willamette an ------ Q AA--- - - - -ooo - -QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ Who's Your Jeweler? 36. 9. Jmartt If Not Why Not? ' Phone 411 927 Willamette .QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ-1 -18 I ll ll 6 i' 4 0 ll ll tl ll ll ll I' 5 4 I 0 3 1 If -.oeoeooooo ooooe 00-09 ooogooogoaoaqooeo A Good Place to Eat THE J ITNEY EATS Open Day and Night L: ::::::ooQ::o:::::::::::::: ---o::::: boooeooooo oooooogg-Qqaaeoaoaqnoggoeoqo Imperial Cleaners 47 7th Avenue East. PHONE 382 ,.: : : - :::caaeooaao::Q::oQaooooooooooo -QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ HAMPTO ' Daylight Store Complete Stock of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, AND READY-TO-WEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN A --1 ., - I . '5',i'3 I ,e t In Vacation Days M - -"T H If Forget Your Cares. We make it our Business to Help You f ' We --W' g 'fI1'T'IJ .E 2 If M A MPA Y I eo A CCORN CK GUN Co N A 2 9th and Willamette ff' " -g.,.,....,..F QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ ------ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ..------------..-----QQ---.Q. We mfike a specialty of the diqtinctive types of SHOES that Appeal to the Qtudent trade Professional and Courteoub Service. TIIE E Sgfglk I hoes QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ -----.------..-- ------------------------Q---Q----------- .,-----0---Q-..--------------Q.-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ- Q --..----------..---------------..----...--......---g O O 0 0 0 0 n 0 0 r 1 0 ll 0 li 4 0 0 nl vo::: l ---gf Q. Q- Q... Q.. i-- .. ... -f y---- i' --------- QQQQQQQQQQ--------------------QQQQQQQQQQ -QQQQQQQQQQQoooQ------------oo it C -- EUGENE'S QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ fix LEADING CONFECTIONERY -QQ--aoo..QQ.-..-..-..--------o--Qogqpeaoooooegooeqeq -ING - 1-0-00-00 QQQQQQQQQQQQ- 4 lv l l 0 0000000000000 00000000000000000000 0000000000040 0000000 0000000000 ll ii .-X gentleman was put out of patience hy some Me claughter has a great tashte for music. li blunder of his new groom. lint sure it's no wonder, for her granclfatlier ii "Look here!" he cried in his anger: "I won't had his skull laicl open wid a cornet at a tem- ii have things done in this way. Do you think l perance picnic. ii am a fool ??" -1- l ,, . ., - 1 .. ' - 1 . 1: "Shure, sorr. said the groom, Ui cant lxalie Nlcioy, have you had any experience l . vw ,- H say, sorr. Oi only came here yesterday. as a cook? nv 11,0 "No, sir." U " ' . ' . , , . . . .,D" ii "lJonox'an hasn't spent a cent in two years. uXX'l"'t flifl ffm fl" 'll th-'L 'f1sf'i,-IM ii 4 llc will hc ont next month.J Oi was ocuhst out the kitchen. , H "Ocnhst ot the kitchen? XX hat in the world 4' v l T. tlitl will thi?" 12 l ntlcrtaker-".Xre you one ot the mourners. 1 V I I , V l fn pl , i Q Q 1 H H PM MCCMFC-..Sm,e and Oi am thot. The 1 itmox et tloyes iom ti potatoes. Sill. U . n -. . .i corpse owed me five dollars. A Q V ll l'.Vl'.X SCORING 1: Reilly-"XYliat tl'ye think was the first thing X 'S-I NWI Lflhel- the hlmllle lfl.l"l FU ff' lm ' 1: I tlone when I got up this mornin' ?" 'IS UQSSNIX Wlilffll U9 fe? S62 UC. - Q: Gcilly-"I clhressetl meself. "Did he say thot?" interrupted Cassidy. 1: Gillespie-"l'll het you two dollars and a half "Isle lllfl. Zlll' S62 I to llllll. 'if I thought CHS- :: 3.0 didn-t wash yerseiff' citly had wan clrop o' my hloocl in his veins, ii "Reilly-"How could l when you Hot up in l'1l cut. it out of hmi'." if the micltlle of the night and eat the soap!" "l'2llIl1. If I llllll let 3'6- ll ll 4-00::::::-::::::::::-::0--000-::::::::1:::::::::::::::-0:::-::::e::::::::0::--- 4-000000 0..0 0000 0000 000000 00000 0 0000000 0 000 00000000 00 000000 000000000000000000000 ll ll ll . ll -- astlan rothers ompany 'I ll ll ll 1: Manufacturers of it Class emblems, rings, fobs, athletic medals, wedding and commencement invitations and an- ,, nouncements ll 1' Dance Orders, Programs, Menus, Visiting Cards, etc. 1 , . If Samples and Estimates furnished upon Request. z 1034 Bastian Building. Rochester, N. Y. g,.------....---.....-----..--..-......... ...------- .... -------------------..--, 40ooooooooooocooooooooooooooooassoaoocc fv---------------------------------... ll 0 Q is 3 Tlllbr ' E. H. S. STUDENTS ll in 9 We cater to your needs and can supply your L itex jfloral Qllnmpanp . demands' , . . . :E uugtnt 5 lwnmg jnnnst Everything for students in ready made 4 , - H All kinds of cut flowers and potted plants in gm-Inents, . :I season. Corsage and design work a specialty. l Student trade solicited E. I ll Phone 962 Rex Theatre Bldg. S Phone 230 ll Q ll ------------------.. --- .... - ...... ----------...-----... P31t3t33 IZI33 393339 Q ii l T 000 0000000 on ooooooooesoeoobosbqbucouoc:::c:::: :Qc THE NVRONG TEAM Here is a story that was told by Senator Xtilliam Hughes of New jersey, the other after- noon in demonstrating that when a man wants to express himself lucidly. he cannot be too careful in picking out the right brand of lang- uagc. One Sunday morning some time ago, accord- ing to the Senator. the parson of a small church in one of the hack countries tenderly announced that he had received a call from another field. .Xt the conclusion of the service the parson was approached by one of the deacons. "l have been thinking about that announce- ment you made, parsonf' said the deacon. "Are they offering you any more money in 'that new field?" "Oh, yes. brother." was the prompt rejoinder of the parsou: "three hundred dollars." "XVell, I don't know that I blame you, par- sonf' thoughtfully returned the deacon, "but in making the announcement you didn't use the right term. That isn't a 'call 1' it's a 'raise'." :tcbocz::omaooooooyosqeoooeooooo THE SMALL BOYS NVORRY. 'llwo of three urchins were running down a steep flight of steps, when the foremost stumbled and fell head-long twenty or thirty feet. and was only stopped near the bottom by doubling back- ward around the newel post. lt looked as though his back were broken, and that he was a dead small boy. but he gathered himself up. thrust his hands anxiously in his trousers pocket and ejaculated 2 'II'gosh, I b'l'eve l lost a cent." Tee-Does she powder? Hee-XVell, I was out with her last night and never climbed over any whitewashed fences and now look at my coat l-Tiger. Osculation at .Xny Price. leless-XVhy didu't you slap 'lim when he tried to kiss you? 'l'ess-Because. dear, l'm too proud In fight. -Tiger. .-Qoooqoeoqoooooqooo-o-----------o..----Qgoqoooooooqoocoooo0OOO'00'0""""' 4 LQQQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQOQQ Q09 ooo QQ QQ Qcoooocot oqqcoooooemoe0-QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ REX SHI E PARLOR GEORGE MAZLOR. PROPRIETOR Ladies and Gents Shiners-We do our work honestly and conscientiously. 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