Farmington High School - Knights in Review Yearbook (Farmington, MO)

 - Class of 1924

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WW M as ew X 7 C FA Q, 7 , A 1 l W0 e wiv X. , 5 , KJ fi QV A 9 -- sl RQ Y X , Y H u ' J it x' 7 .X I All i w , , 1, W, l v To Miss Martha Rames 41' ll il 'Q in sincere friendship and l appreciation for her cheer- ?-, ful labor with us during mn V three years of our High I il ym fm lfseflrl l im i School course and for her l :V swf great interest in this pub- ! kg ,x X, li Li xv I l 1 X lp I ' p p It rl W ' i , r ,N lr .51 " V Ili xg il l it Q' 'f 1-H N fx'- lication, the Senior Class of 1924 respectfully decli- cate this. the fourth vol- ume of the Keclyro. '- if-'i FOREWORD Fm' when the One Great Scorer comes to write against yo ur name, Ho writes-not that yuu won or lost- Iaut hmx' you played the gimme. in , R'OF'B Lf-155i WLUXQS NIZATXON IWITUREE X - sf ff .1 ' A6 gy N x 3, K , ' X g f f f In Memory of our classmate Harry King Denman who passed from this life September 12, 1923. X a xf 5 ,fi 4 E ff r i f f , THE KEDYRO 4. .. .. .. -..-.....,..........-..-.........-..- -.................. 4. LIFE Let me hut live my life froin year to year With forward face and unreluctant soulg Not hurrying to, nor turning from the goalg Not mourning for the things that disappear In the dim past, nor holding back in fear From what the future veilsg but with a whole And happy heart, that fpays it-s toll To Youth and Age, and travel on with cheer. So let the way wind up the hill or down O'er rough or smooth, the journey will be joyg Still seeking what I sought when but a boy. New friendship, high adventure, and a crown, My heart will keep the courage of the quest. And hope the road's last turn will be the best. -Henry Van Dyke gi, l-Il-nina--nu-IliInr-IU1ll-ninn-uu1uu1-wlzniun-:nl--In--Ins-1 il .-J' 3 M W' vf SCHOOL THE KEDYRO 11 +I Ilillilpin-II1 1,1 ... i..-,.1..1.un-,..--m...s.1.-uu1nu1nn1 1 -. 1 .1 -.. 1 ... -...1.+ 3 .5 ,pi PROLOGUE NYC take this space to introduce to you the Annual of the 1024 Senior Class. The staff has lahored long and earnestly with the purpose of placing hcfore our fellow-students a review of the happenings in and almout the above edifice our dear lf. ll. S., for the school year 1023-1924. Faulty as we know this volume to he, we hope you will read it. ever mindful of the ' s. XVG will feel that our efforts and trials in producing in vain if now and in the inany years to coine you find good it contain this hook were not it a joy and a happiness o u 3 1 activities of our .-'Xlma lllater during the past year. t t rn its wages and recognize with pleasure the 1 Q. 1 1 1..1q1l1n +.-.- - -n----n-n-u-u-u-M-.H----1---u ---- - -- I nfl 1 ! 1 l L - THE KEDYRO v ,i. 13 m-:niln1lu1nus1un1u-qu-n-.gg-...1..1..-gl.-,115-1.I-.gg-M111-.gl-.g4g l1ll1nu1Il1ll--1.141--u1su1 n-:gl1..1gp1gg1.q1gl-.q.1gp-.1 '-'HI' 14 THE KEDYRO 4...-.. -------- ...-....-..-...-l..-...-...-...-.......-.. .... ... .. SUPERINTENDENT W. L. JOHNS Physics ' He has guided us through our four years of High School learning He has worked with us in combating our difficulties. which any student will meet before he reaches the first liillow on life's stormy sea We hue made our first uiu-u:-lu-ll1ls-ln-u1uu- -min-ll-M11 1 --11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 port. And now we turn our faces from the past From golden idleness we proudly rise. To go with sails unfurled on life's hroad stream And to later anchor on the hanks of success. llc knows that we shall have trials And many storms on our way. And that we'll often struggle Through out the twilight gray. But never shall we cease lE'en when we gain success, To thank him lllillly times For leading us toward the best, THE KRDYRO nigq.1ggi..1g.1n1lu--.qp1gi.g.1..i,. MRS. HELEN HARLAN Mathematics MRS. ESSIE MAY NEWMAN English 'o MR. D. H. HALDAMAN Principal Agriculture Athletic Manager MRS. GEORGIANA WILLIAMS Biology, Mathematics, English 0 0 .' MISS GENEVIEVE HUSS lfuxnxui History, Athletics nq1 I-.niniui-n--ul--q1.p1qg1p-. i l l 1 ID11 16 T H E K E D Y R O 1ll--l:-ll-n1n-In-ll-lain:-nl1nn-lui nl-vll--nu1-n-ul-ll:ll-ll-n-all-vu-:n1ll--n--In-ll-1ll! 3 IFACULTY I MISS HELEN ROSS Music MISS MARTHA RAINES Latin, French MR. HARVEY Cp HALE Manual Training, Athletics 0:0 1:0 o MISS INA EVANS Home Economics ain:n1lill1n1ll-1n1lr-- I--n-n1ul-nllilninmggigiqgiglillilliuliug-q1q1gl j AWN' Af M I .A W W 4. . Wx n f y mf rw md! W wi -QNVW .ff . ffm ,I I f e, L 4,4 , r A X' 5- Qtr? V, 5 g i 'fy' 1 Q f?lQf:1'1" :'! 'i? 'Q 2 f -ff if Wy' Ziff! , ' 1 ' Q, KM' K " 'WX f-+1 f , , X xr k X KN 5 - , S V "L L W gg. ' ff ' M If ' , 1 ' J f .Lv- mp '- 41' .va-. .. QW' 'Q-Vg-iii 2 .f'i'- ""a1"':- . n..- , , .. f'r 'L -3 M- -1:0 f'-L ' ,. 9 f'f'1"'X .14 3 r. 1?f-If:.'-+w- -H-1-Hale , '-341-3'-V W- .. , .- n.- , ,., v: .w- ' m -X , 4. t . 'pw k .J-- H523 - - 1-fi: 1-uri!!! s - wr- THE KEDYRO . l'ol1ul11ol1lh1ls1ul-ul-sl-n1:n1un1nn1u1n--an-..,,-,. -mural.-N 1.4.1.--gp-gq1..1gl1.,1..-..g14.qP S E N I O R S President KENLY BUGG "shrimp" "I would have been bigger if I hadn't stopped growing" Football Excelsior Dramatic Club Kedyro Staff Secretary-Treasurer DAVID GIBSON VELMA MILES "Big Feet" usmllesn "I am not in the role of common "To know her is to love her" men." Basketball Football Webster junto Dramatic Club Hiking Club Home Ec. Club Kedyro Vice President Dramatic Club Hiking Club Motto: Gradatim Colors: Green and White Flower: Lily Sponsors: Miss Martha Raines Miss Helen Ross 1sn1nn1n1n1n1..-Q. ,1g.ql -n1ll1u+ 18 THE KEDYRO 4---------------------------------l---------- -r S E N I O R S ALVA CONWAY "Mac" "A rare gem of purity" Webster Dramatic Club Hiking Club Kedyro Staff .3 Q! .bl HERBERT SCHRAMM "Herbie" "Two can live as cheaply as one" Imperial Dramatic Club Hiking Club Kedyro Staff .39 .3 3 M ADELYN BREWER "Dutch" "She would modify the statement l of Angel Gabriel himself" Excelsior M Dramatic Club Kedyro Staff '- .S .5 val FRANKLIN WILLIAMS "Doodle" "Hang sorrow! Care will kill a cat." Webster Dramatic Club Kedyro Staff V52 vb! .4 HAZEL HAWN "Dinh" "Always Happy" Basketball Webster Hiking Club Home Economics Club 8 J! 295 LAWRENCE PELTY "Bus'f "Dainty, sweet, a lovely boy, Always was his teacher's joy" Football Excelsior Dramatic Club in--ll1u1u-ui n1u1ll1u-n- -u--nl-un-uu-nn-uu1uu1n- aiuiao-up-pg--u1n: THE KEDYRO -nw--an-14:1-n-un1nn1un1uu--nu-.uu1un-qn1su-ul1ar1n4g S E N I 0 R S LEONARD VOIL "Zeke" "Who has the last word, When Zeke Junto Dramatic Club Hiking Club Kedyro Club is around" 5 5 el BEULAH RHODES "Shorty" "She speaks, behaves, just like she ' aught" Junto Dramatic Club Hiking Club Kedyro Staff V93 .23 .Al EARNEST BURLBAW "Fuzzy" "Here comes a girl, watch me run, boys" Excelsior Dramatic Club Hiking Club .99 V90 U59 NEWELL WALLACE "Bon "And to his eye there was but one beloved face on earth" Football Imperial Dramatic Club Hiking Club '23 V4 V9 ELBERT MENGE "Preacher" Mbiope but himself can be his paral- e Football Webster Dramatic Hiking Club Kedyro Staff .59 .5 V52 RUTH BURGESS "You know h Imperial Dramatic Club Hiking Club g'.'1ggin1n1ll1pp1 uByrd19 ow I feel about it" I: n-ul1nI1ls1nn:un11u1un-.qp1gp1n1n1qp1ql1n:nu1uuinn11n-qg-un xninlo 20 'I' T H E K E D Y R O n-livin:-ul-mu 111111 un1nn1nn1uI-ll--1u1uI1u--ll1i:1lu1-n1n-1ll1ls1ll-ln11l-oi1-n.t S E N I O R S 4 clu1:l1ll-q1nnin.1::.-lu-.u..-nu1nn-ns-1111:-I "Billie" BEULAH BEATTY "She always has her lessons down :Pats n , Webster Dramatic Club Hiking Club .3 .3 1,99 EDITH RAMSEY "For a light heart lives long" Excelsior Dramatic Club Hiking Club Home Economics Club "Ramsey" .3 V59 of AVA HUNT "Bet" "Attends strictly to her own busi- ness" Junto Dramatic Club - J' ,Al al CECELIA GENTGES "Celie" "So quiet, so pious, mild and meek The model girl for whom you seek" Webster Dramatic Club Hiking 'Club .99 .Al te! BARBARA CAROLINE TULLOCK l6B0b!9 "Her mind is her kingdom, her will her law" Excelsior Dramatic Club val ,ai W4 MELBA MEYER "Speedy" "She is gentle, she is shy, But there is mischief in her eye" Basketball Junto Dramatic Club n-.,,1gn-un-qi'--.n1n1n1qm--I THE KEDYRO S E N I 0 R S MARGARET HUNT "Margie" "She holds her head high when she sings" Imperial Dramatic Club Hiking Club .Fl AG N MYRTLE FIKUART "Myrt Old Dear" "A jolly girl, but oh, so shy!" Excelsior Dramatic Club Hiking Club eb' .4 -23 SARAH TUCKER "Tiny" "Certainly her thoughts run before her actions" Imperial Dramatic 'Club Hiking Club Kedyro Staff tal al 3 HADEN COUNTS "Din" "And her tongue ran lon" Imperial Dramatic Club V59 el A MARIE A BEATTY "Shrimp" "There's no telling what she knows. Perhaps that's why she never grows" Excelsior Dramatic Club Hiking Club Kedyro Staff el on ,esp FLORENCE HUNT "Flossie" "She's just a busy little maiden" Webster Citizenship Club l g'n1u1n1u-u1u1ln1n-n-nl1us1uin1u.-.g1.,-.,,.,,.1,,i,,,, THE KEDYRO 22 'i""""1""""-""""""""""""""""-"""1""-Ilfiliil il-lr-11:75:11:-sl an - pp1gix.-giggl- S E N I O R S l w LUCY BOWLING "Dick" "Girls, I knowanother joke" Imperial Dramatic Club Hiking Club .3 .64 as! MARGARET HOEHN "Mag" "Dark hair, shining eyes, Merry humor, she's a prize" Excelsior Dramatic Club Hiking Club eb! al A ZELL MEYER "Steve" 'fl can't help it, my eyes won't be- have" Imperial Dramatic Club .4 ,SG M MARY BOWLING "Bunnie" "The jolliest of the jolly" Webster Dramatic Club QQ ,gt A GOLDIE HALBERT "Jim" "Speaking generally, she is gener- ally speaking" Imperial Dramatic Club l - l g'n-:l1n1n1nn1qg1n- """"'-"'1lv--:--nu11u-oun1n1n1n!g T H E K E D Y R O 23 nluznillilliwillll-:IzumiIr-Ilia:-1In:lv:ll--an1nu1n1ul1lIzul1ln1ll1n-Iu1lu-il1ll:ll1la!t SENIOR CLASS HISTORY We wish to present a short history of the class of Nineteen Hundred Twenty-Four, which has stood for all that Farmington High School stands for. We have worked together and played together as one big family for years 1920-1924. 1 One September morning four years ago, a class of big, little and in- different Freshmen straggled into it knew not what, but we, the members, were not long in finding out. VVe were unusually lively and were repeatedly told to sit back as Freshies should and take lessons from our superiors. We received bravely the customary knocks and blows and at the end of the term, celebrated the shedding of our green coats by an all day picnic on the St. Francois River. September, 1921, found a happy bunch of enthusiastic Sophomores. At the beginning of the term we welcomed the Freshmen with a Kid party, in- stead of with a manifestation of the usual haughty manner with which we had been received. Now, we are proud to say, each succeeding Sophomore class has followed our example. VVe were well represented throughout the year in all athletic activities. Wheii the last of May came, we celebrated the fact that we were soon to be Juniors with a picnic at Holler's Camp. The year 1922-1923 leaves memories of our bright days in high school. There were many good times scattered throughout the year and there was a great deal of class spirit shown. The history of the class would not be complete without mentioning one of our members whom cupid would not let alone, and who left us for a better place we hope. However, we have not forgotten her, but are glad that no one has attempted to follow her example, and leave the class behind to fly away on adventurous wings of wedlock. Again this year we were represented in athletics. At the close of the term we entertained the Seniors and Faculty with a banquet, which we believe was a success. Thus ended our third year. And now the time draws near when we shall leave our dear old High School. The world invites us and we must answer the call. But we shall never forget the greatness and love, which shall always echo within her walls for us. And this is the long-looked-for year 1923-1924. Seven boys and twenty- five girls have survived out of our class of fifty and await victory at the end of four years. Sometimes we have felt that we would lose the- game, but by fighting it to the end, we have won. This has been a busy year for us, because along with our regular work, we have organized various clubs and societies. Little do we know our own blessedness, for to travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive, and true success is to labor. .'...... .-..-......-......-......-..-..-.............-..-...........................-.....................4. 1 5 FUTURIST DAILY NEWS VVORLDS GREATEST NEWSPAPER Vol. I September 4, 1940 4c in Farmington 5c Elsewhere Editor-G. Marie Beatty REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE EOR PRESIDENT SENATOR K. C. BUGG SENATOR K. C. BUGG It was anounced today that Kenly liugg. former Senator from New York, will be Republican candidate for President. Mr. Bugg was twice elected to the U. S. Senate from the state of New York. Ile is IOOW American and 10025 for the people. His highest ambition is to establish hospitals for the feeble-minded, for he knows what it means to live in one, having spent many of his younger days in the Missouri State Hospital No. -l. In the thoughts of the people we say. "Hurrah for President Buggf' Madelyn Brewer for Governor Madelyn Brewer, one of the lead- ing Republican women of the state of Missouri, is now the Republi- can candidate for Governor. Miss Brewer has for the past three years been working for this place. On ac- count of her wit and intelligence she has been able to get the nomination. Her many friends wish her success during her campaign. RADIO WONDER COMING Mr. and Mrs. Newell VV'allace are coming back to Farmington to reside. They have been touring the old countries for the past few years. Mrs. Wallace was formerly Miss Bar- bara C. Tullock. Mr. NVallace is quite a radio wonder. NOTICE.-Office will be closed for the month of September. Out of town. Hazel Ifawn, Dentist. HURRAH FOR BASKETBALL! Miss Melba Meyer is certainly making a record as basketball coach in Newark, N. Her team has not lost a game for the last six years. DRUGGIST IN CALIFORNIA MADE FAMOUS Dr. Herbert Schram, a successful druggist of El Dorado, Cal., has dis- covered a new medicine composed of herbs, which will give renewed life and vigor to old age. This treatment was first tried on his dog and found successful. It is now proving its worth to the human race Three Rivers Has a New Preacher A big meeting is being held at Three Rivers Baptist Church by the new preacher, Elbert Menge. Great interest is being shown by both young and old. K. K. K. SPEAKER Leonard Voil, formerly of Farm- ington, Mo., will speak at the Glen- donwood Park, on the K. K. K. We are informed he is an inspiring speaker. Mr. Voil has traveled widely, both here and abroad, and can talk with great intelligence on all subjects of the day, AT YOUR SERVICE Am ready to receive my patients at my office. Dr. David Gibson, 324 Broadway, Flat River, Mo. FUTURIST ECHOES FROM THE SOCIAL WHIRL Noted Lady Will Arrive Home Soon King and Queen of England are expected to tour America this fall. The Queen was formerly Miss Velma Miles of Farmington. The Misses Cecelia Gentges and Sarah Tucker, formerly of this city. but who have been abroad for the past four years, studying music in Germany, are expected home on a visit before taking up a contract for the European Musical Co. VVe are indeed proud of the success of these brilliant young ladies. Miss Ruth Burgess and Co., con- sisting of Margaret Hunt, the popu- lar singer, Alva Conway, the noted artist and Ava Hunt, the elocution- ist, will appear on the local chautau- qua program this year. Miss Beulah Beatty, who is re- turning from a trip around the world, will spend a few days here as guest of Miss Beulah Rhodes. Miss Rhodes is a language teacher in the University of Farmington. Miss Florence Hunt of New York is here on a. business trip. Miss Hunt is planning to donate SSO.- 000 for the upkeep of our parks. ' Miss Lucy Bowling, 'a nurse in St. Lukes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo., is visiting her sister, Miss Mary Bowl- ing, this week end. Miss Mary is Dean of Junior College , Flat River, Mo. Mrs. Whew and children of Butte, Mont., are visiting her friend, Mrs. J. W. Stone. Mrs. NVhew was for- merly Miss Goldie Halbert of this city. She and Mrs. Stone CZell Mey- erj were classmates in the class of ,Z-l. Mr. Franklin VVilliams is making some wonderful air tours. He ex- expects soon to explore the territory around the South Pole. HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA Margaret Hoehn has just complet- ed her latest picture, "The Flapperf' This is said to be her best picture. Miss Edith Ramsey plays with her. l I l YES! WE HAVE A FOOTBALL TEAM Yes! VVe have a football team We have a football team today We have line plays and passes And trick plays and smashes And all kinds of punts and say We have the old college spirit We love it and cheer it Bue yes we have a football team And it is the best of the day. HIT THE LINE Then we'll hit the line for Farming- ton For Farmington wins today VVe will show the sons of- That the black and gold hold sway Sweep clown the field again Victory and die And We'll give the grand old cheer, boys When the Farmington team goes by. FARM CHANGES HAND Miss Haden Counts, of near Farm-- ington, sold her 300-acre farm to Mr. Ernest Burlbaw, consideration 530,- OOO. Mr. Burlbaw is a thrifty farm- er and will make this his home. Miss Counts leaves next week for an ex- tended tour of the West. Noted Athlete Makes Belleville Eleven The great football star, Lawrence Pelty, made full back on the Belle- ville All Star Eleven, and is expected to make the Conference. He is noted for his speed, kicking, and ability to pass the ball. .. PRIVATE ORPHANS HOME Miss Myrtle Fikuart, a teacher in Hogeye, U., has bought a small farm near town, on which she will build a spacious home for unfortun- ate children of the community. This is certainly a wonderful work. T H E K E D Y R O 27 iolzln-ln1ls1n1ll-Murine-uniuwinlr-1:1ll-xlizwl--nl-vllxnnc-lussuu1uin1lr1ll1ln-'ln-auxin--urine? LAST. WILL OF SENIOR CLASS OF 1924 lVe, the Senior Class of 1924, of Farmington High School, Farmington, Missouri, U. S. A., Earth, realizing that whereas we shall soon reach the age of second childhood, as College Freshmen, and desiring while still in our high mental condition, to make such disposition of our estate to take effect after our graduation, as seems best in our own judgment, do now make, de- clare and publish this document as ourlast Will and Testament, hereby re- voking all former wills made by us, devising our estate in the manner follow- ing, that is to say: First-We will give, devise and bequeath to our superintendent, Mr. W. l.. johns, all cosmetics found in our desks, to have, hold and use the same for and during his natural lifetime, provided, however, that said cosmetics shall, during all the lifetime of our said superintendent, be and remain in full and sole charge, control and management of our principal, Mr. D. H. Halda- man, to be used by him as he thinks prudent in his own good judgment, pro- vided, however, that he shall pay ten per cent per annum interest to said superintendent. Second-VVe will give, devise and bequeath unto our faculty, all the chewing gum to be found on Miss Raines' door, to have and to hold unto them. to be equally divided among them, share and share alike. Third--NVe will give, devise and bequeath to the present Junior Class, the Senior Class of 1925, privilege of walking through the double doors, after said graduation. Also the privilege of cutting study hall, leaving the build- ing without permission and preparing their lessons as seems best in their own judgment. Fourth-W'e will give, devise and bequeath to the present Sophomore Class, the privilege of talking back to their superiors, the right of spooning in study hall, or class rooms, the reading of novels in their leisure hours, and the right to wear mourning for the outgoing Seniors. Fifth-VVe will give, devise, and bequeath unto the Freshmen, the privi- lege of chewing gum, and eating candy and other delicacies during school hours. . ' Sixth-VVe will give, devise, and bequeath unto the incoming Fresh- men the right to prepare their lessons on their way to class, to wear drug store complexions if becoming, to make as many tardies as possible, to cut class when desired, to make goo-goo eyes at the one they like best, and to wear green on St. Patrickis day. We nominate and appoint Mr. Harvey Haile, Executor of this our last will and testament. In witness thereof, we have hereunto set our hand and seal this First day of April, 1924. The Senior Class of 1924. cin1nu11s-nn1n1u:-n1nn-uu1un-1n1:u-an1lu- - -u1un-n1n1s:-sln1un1uu-muq-on1n-n1n1:aln 28 THE KEDYRO ' +n1-an-lI1u1ul1::fIlc-L.' l:,ul11l1l.,n:-....71:-...l1qn7:n1qn1qn7..1'p1pg1n gp-pg :gin 1:14 SENIOR CLASS SONG XVhen the years roll by and Freshmen are Seniors Then the tasks of life are just beginning: VVhen the joys and pleasures of the school-days, Change to thoughts more serious and divine. fffhorusj Farewell to thee, farewell to thee, our thoughts are ever turning back again You'll always be like the lleur-de-lis, an emblem of heraldry. As We walk the paths of fame and glory, There is one outstanding feature there, To the world its known as an old, old story, Its the training and the culture We received. CChorusj In F. H. S., old F. H. S., we love her and adore each brick therein, The teachers all, have aided us, we owe it all to them. 4 M. B. ,I,...............................-.....,...........-..-...............-..-....................-..............g. T H E K E D Y R O 29 Qs1ls1Iu-In-1-I-nillrllrlllulillillinlilu--n11:1nu1uu1-ll1ul1II1-al-uI1ln1ll-l1l:sIl4rl+ JUNIGR REVIEW OFFICERS Firmin Castleman ....,.,................................................A.. President Evelyn W'allace ....,.,. ..............,.......V..... .......... V i ce President Mildred Giessing ...................,...............................,........ Secretary William Pepin .,.........,.....,,...............................i,...,........ Treasurer Motto, "Rowing, not drifting." Colors, Red and lllack. Flower, Red Rose. Sponsors, Mrs. Essie May Newman, Mrs. fieorgiana VVilliams. In September of 1921, the junior class timidly but eagerly entered Farmington High School, seventy-five in number, and seeking new worlds to conquer. They were all very green, but dfd not discover this until some time later, and in their blissful ignorance, felt that they had achieved mighty things, even believing that theirs was equal to the wisdom of Solomon. In spite of this they kept their humble place, as all good Freshies should ibut seldom doj, and entered zealously all the activities of the school: athletics, literary, and social. As a successful year closed they heaved a sigh of relief and gladly yielded their position to the next class. In 1922, when they again met therve was only sixty-four members and vacant places were left that will never be filled. Their new dignity as Soph- omores gave them much confidence and they soon filled many places of honor, both for the class and for the school. And this year we again take our places in school activities, providing the football captain from our ranks, and filling many other places on the basketball and football teams. As a whole the class bravely shoulders its burdens and enters all the school affairs with a true sportsmanship spirit, and knowing that we have successfully performed the duties of the past without shirking, we have high hopes and ambitions for our final year as Seniors that we may be an ex- ample worthy to follow. lluiln-slit!--ll!!--gg-.4 30 THE KEDYRO 'P -1' .1..1.'1p.-.lg-1.11,1..1..-...1..-..1...4-u-uu- -ul1....1uinn1nu1uan1nu1nu1uu1.uu...nu1n-nninuin First Row lfrom left to rightl Leota Sutton, Alice Karsch, Theodore Murphy, Graco Williams, Mildred Evans. Second Row ffrom left to rightj Helen Sides, Malcolm Stinson, Cecelia Giessing, Harold Dunqan, Nellie Shick. l Third Row ffrom left to rightl Wiaunita Hornsey, Emma Effrein. Fourth Row ffrom left to rig-htj Evelyn Ware, Elmer Vandergriff, Beulah Clay, Edward Saling, Helen Cartney. Fifth Row ffrom left to rightj Evelyn Derrby, Naomi Gale, Raymond Kite, Myra Overall, Genevieve Johnson. uluininlill--n1n1ll1ll1lu:ul: n-lu- -- o- - - -l-nn 11111111-11 ll1u0fl T H E K E D Y R O 31 4u:ul-ll1ll1ul1ln1ln-ul-n-uu1nn:-ln--ll--lu-- vll- --un1nu-un-nu-nu-nu-1nn1nu1uu-un-nn1nn1uw-ul--uv!! First Row lfrom left to rightj Marguerite Johnson, Gail Downing, Alva Vander- griff, Della Valle, Ethel Murphy. Second Row ifrom left to rightb Alma CoHman, Sherwood Johnson, Helen Marty, Platt Welker, Edith Chamberlain. b Third Row Cfrom left to rightj Dorothy Rummel, William Straughn, Alberta Pib- itts. Fourth Row ffrom left to right? Hattie May Appleberry, Roger Willoughby, Leona Miller, 'Carl Kleve, Florence Westmeyer. Fifth Row ffrom left to rightl Myrtle Stewart, Edwin Best, Mary Antoine, Stephen Fleming, Georgia Herzog. .p::.....P: In-..:..fx, ...-.:f.::..-..-..- -.......-..-..-..-..-...-...-..-.....-...-..-l.-Mg. 32 THE KEDYRO +n1n1ul-u-Il-nu 1:111 nu1nn1n1un1uu--,,,1,,1,,1,,...,,i 1, 1 1 ... 1 .. .- SOPHOMORES First Row Dorothy Robinson Mary L. Williams Maxine Byington Eugenia Morris May Garner Elsie Smith Emma Mueller Fadalis Greif Mary Hunt Gladys Richards Jane Karsch Geraldine Heifner MEMBERS Second Row Norma Kollmeyer Josephine Brockmiller Edith Smith Louise Swink Trixie Tetley Ivy Williams Nannie Smith Elizabeth Gould Bethen Karsch Emily McKinney Mary Hicks Bernice Mackley Third Row Harold Evans John Conrad Melvin McCarthy Mo-ore Williams Raymond Thomsen Linn Lotz Melvin Geissing Herbert Marty Leonard Schramm Jesse Heck Hugh Williams Carl Westmeyer v Sue Nosel Alice Mae Meyer Loy Fikuart Audrey Hampton Ida Evans Jack Manley Margaret Smith Mary O'Bannon OFFICERS Emma Mueller ............... ....... P resident Hugh Williams ............ Vice President Maxine Byington ........ ....... S ecretary Leonard Schramm ......... Treasurer Motto: Lift asyou climb. Colors: Gold and White, Flower: Daisy. Sponsors ........ Mrs. Helen Harlang Mr. D. H. Haldaman .5..-.. ........----- -- ..-.-.. .---- Qc T H E K E D Y R O 33 tftliiliivvll--IlillilliMilliII1Illll'-lill1ll-w-n-mu1ll1ll-au1ll1Il-aI:-n:ll-n-1ll1ll1ss1l+ SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY One golden morning in September. l922, eighty eager, expectant young- sters mingled with the stream of the Hope of the Nation that flowed noisily up the walk, across the campus, and into the High School. For a few days the Freshmen were nervous and ill-at-ease under the severe scrutiny and badinage of the upper classmen, but they settled down to work so earnestly that it was said that that particular part of the study hall shone with such brilliancy that it illuminated the whole building. In October the Sophomores entertained the Freshmen with a lawn- party at the home of Miss Leanna O'Dell. The affair was proving itself a success when the Seniors and Juniors arrived. Then pandemonium reigned. Wlhen the smoke of battle cleared away, the Sophs and Freshies found them- selves victorious. In athletics and inter-school contests, the Freshmen proved themselves stars. They succeeded in winning' First and third place in the annual County Spelling Contest. Only forty of this class came back the following year. The weaker half had dropped by the wayside. llut the new Sophomores came with high hope and courageous hearts to take up their heavier burdens. Earnestly the class of 1926 is toiling on, striving to conquer all obstacles, to reach the goal of graduation with the highest, and nearest perfect record of any class that has ever gone forth from the doors of dear old Farming- ton High School. i gIn..ql--u1n1n1n1.p.- .1.p1n..il.1.,1.,1..1,....g,1q.1,-1..1.-1,.....,.1qp1g.1.q1g.1gq1gp..-qp1nlg 34 T H E K E D Y R O +------ ------- - - ---------H--l-H--W---'--M--H----M -------- -----H+ FRESHMEN . First Row llelt to rightlf-Chauncey Farrell, Dul'uy Cayce, Lloyd Pratt, liary Rion, lilgin llartshorn, llean lfalcer. llarolcl Riclcus, Charles Hughes, XYillie llorton, -Ioseph liennecly, Raymoncl Giessing. Seconml Roxx-f.Xnn Marbury. Cornelia Fry. llelen Murphy, lfclna XVil- liams, ,Xlpha vlustine, tieorgiana XYilliams, Fern rlwllOH1Z1S, Ruth Heilner. llertha liocker, .Xlberta iiiessing. Mary Smith, Dorothy Mae Klien. Mable jones, Ruby lfeezor, Mortimer Phillips, Dorris johnson, Beulah llahn. .luanita xYCSl1llCyt'l', lilla llekenclorf, Margaret librecht, Ciertrurle Zimmer. Norman Ruth. Marie llawn. Ruth Allen, Urris llartcls. 'Vhircl ROXYfRQllCliEll1 Tibbitts, lissie Sutton, Marie Quesnel. Thehna Fry, Martha llarlan. liflith Young, Nezzie Black, limma Mellaniel, Helen lilayer, Imogene Stevenson, Bernice Byington, Freclia Crowder, Milclrecl llenclerlite. ,Xnina lfarrell, Nellie Buchanan, Pearl Young, Gertrucle Dietrich. .Fourth Row-l.orris Cole, Ancel Robinson, Iiclgar Mell, Milton Giess- ing, liclwarcl Lotz. Oscar Feezor, Albert Smith, Robert Karsch, Harold Heard, Clyde Noltkamper, Melbourne Riekus, Eclwarcl Klein, Tetley Cartee, Carson Chalk. Motto, "Ile the best of what you aref, Colors, Crimson and XYhite. Sponsors, Miss Genevieve lluss, Miss Ina Evans. q..-... ------------- .... ............. ......4. THE KEDYRO 35 +----------------------::---:e-::d- 1:-------A .Sffi------------r FRESHMAN REVIEW Chauncey Farrell .........................,........... Q ............................,......... President Dorothy Mae Klein ,,.... . ........ Vice-President Edward Lotz ......,..,,,.,,,...,................................................................ Secretary Gertrude Zimmer ........................,................................................... Treasurer W'e Freshmen have not had long lives in the realm of the Farmington High School, but we have tried to make them quality, if not quantity. We entered its portals with great fear and .to our surprise found that high school life is even more enjoyable than that in the grades. At our first class meeting We organized with the above officers as our leaders, and they have proven to be the best we could wish. The Freshman float took second place at the Annual Stock Show, given by the Chamber of Commerce, on high school night. This was the first event of the year. The class party given by the Sophomores will not be for- gotten soon. In the big race across the continent for the honor of selling the largest number of Kedyros, the class worked together and was rewarded by winning first place. In athletics We were represented by our President in football and a number of girls in basketball. We hope also to place some men on the track schedule. and also in the declaniatory contest. We wish to thank our teachers, principal, and superintendent, and es- pecially our class advisors, Miss Huss and Miss Evans, who have furnished wise council and are always ready to help us. VVe hope our future in Farm- ington High School will be as successful as our past and that we will always do the best thing for the good of our school. l'lls1ln1ln1ul-su:n:n1ll1lIv11l1ll:llill-up1ul-.n.1q.1n1gp1un1gl1gp-gpigqiqi 1p.1qg:q1i+ 36 +s-ll- ln1n-ol1l!1l?in1ll X THE KEDYRO .--11.11-liniplilp-.niniasgsl :v:ig.1u 11.11 HIGH SCHOOL SONG Farmington High is a school that's hard by Anyone, anywhere, any time Can hear the town ring As its praises we sing This Wonderful school so fine. If they lead in every line Tl1at's Farmington -Highg As good fellows they always shine, That's Farmington High. lf they work when it's time to work In a game they never shirk, Sweet personalities, full of rascalities, That's Farmington High. Farmington High has a team that can Any where, any time, any hour And I'll put you wise, How you recognize This wonderful team of ours. If Ted Murphy is the captain, That's Farmington High: If tl1ey're out for lots of fun, That's Farmington High. If they hit the line with a thucl. If they make ,.............,, Look just like mud. Full of vitality, along with morality, That's Farmington High. win in-an-n1n-n1qp1.q.-1.1 g1.'.-..1..1..1g.-.u-.'.-.qp1n-.g.1g.-q...gg1u1g ATHLETICS ' x ' x 4, MQ s ' N , V W 1,11 I lb fr' ' ' ' 1 1 1 Nl , M N a ll , 1 1 ff M K ' i g ln M W R U ' -9 -- C , fb wifi' 11 MW ,wxlvq N fd Of if M ww V . M X wmv f '--lf f sw H, N fw lf Mi jINll M W ff" GN' W5 Lil?" EI W w1W"' X 'IJ 1 sl Nff I lp HN mf wfxxlxnxlk !,L ll lk X Ar! I ylklniiwlli V 1 ,fl .Ali W V ff l ,fx AA f lx w. NN it JI ,W wi. Ni, W ' , fy W in 1 W I if Tw Q r Y,'i,'!wligZqf ,El I uw wi ' I ff f'!'W6I'V , 'MMD I T: U - 'U in mf IX - " 6:17563 i T Y lx fi' B1 R X! . k r . -4'-1 wig: , .414 f ,E H: . ,lmnli ,1. , ...LN:','.1-' - gf..',vf,y1-.. .pf pg -rn - an J l, 17.1. , Miz. Y , .- .m . , I - "f f' . V -' . '1-. : ' ' .- , 4' '-:,a 4 ' W ' ' 1 '19 -V 1 4 f THE KEDYRO 37 lxnuxml-lw1sn1sn1su1n1ssxn1o:1sl1ua's ATHLETIC DIRECTORS D. H. Haldaman .......... ....... L ieneral Manager H. C. Haile ,............... ........ B oys' Athletics Genevieve Huss ...,...,......,....................,..........................,..... Girls' Athletics No other school enjoys' the service of a more competent official than Mr. Haldaman. For several years Mr. Haldaman has been the general manager of all high school athletics and his efforts were always directed to the growth of the school. Farmington is indeed fortunate to have such a competent man at the helm of High School activities. This was Mr. Haile's first year as Coach of Athletics at Farmington High School. Through his skillful coaching and tireless efforts, the teams that were under his direction enjoyed successful seasons. Mr. Haile de- serves praise for his ability to shape, within a short training period, green material into well trained athletes. Miss Huss is a capable coach and deserves great praise for the success- ful teams that have been developed through her coaching. Her teams are known for the sportsmanship and courtesy that are the distinctive features of her coaching. limin-l1ln-.u.-gp.-llill1gl1u1gg1qpilp.1gl1g-un1ng1gl1Q1f 38 THE KEDYRO 'lv -M-1.-n.-I.--... -,,,..,,,,-,,,-,,- 4, I an FUOTBALL REVIEW l:Zll'11llllglOI'l has in past years pruclllcccl stron tc mn mil th M1111 t '1 wurc the lilzxck aucl Chmlml this year was by no me lllw 111 LXCGIYLI Q eral rule. The team :lu-1'z1g'eml less than 140 pouncs lm sl ee ,mc llJllltN ollset the seeming zlclvautuge held by opponents: DeSoto ..,,.,,.., Freclericktown l'e1'1'yVille ...w...., Ueboto ,....,...... Chester .A.,Al..,,,.. Freclericktowu Perryville ......... Lhester .l.A,..... -lack son ,,..., 0 l Schedule 12 . 0 F. H. 21 F. Il. 6 F. H. .. O F. H. F H. O F. H. 0 F. H. 2 F. H. 4..-...-..-......-..- .-. .-- ...... - - ,. 4, f.ll.5 THE KEDYRO gl. :1n:-ln1lu1n--nn1:uf1nu-1:1 III K +I nillluuv-uuxuh uu--nn-lu1nn1u- I+ n-.ll1ll.-ug1lu- -ggi -nu- THE KEDYRO gin -.......-M.-..- -......-...-.. 4. M115 THE KEDYRO 41 g'..1...in1qp1.p.-.ninilgilg-.1-ippingqu-nnipnqg.-5.111111' ' :u....n1::1,.1n7:.1n1g.i:l1..1.+ INDIVIDUALS Theodore CLoocooj Murphy, Capt., L. E., weight 135 pounds. A very fast man and an open field runner of unusual ability. Can inter- cept or take passes at any angle. Murphy could easily make any High School team in the country. ' Henry Clsaacj Williams, L. T., weight 140 pounds. A lineman of strength on both offense and defense. Delights in blocking punts and tearing through opposing lines. I-le always gets his man. Paul CSa11yJ Karsch, C., weight 140 pounds. I--le gets real mad when trodden upon and can always be depended upon to do his best. They may go over him, but never through him. E. J. CMackj McKinney, H. B., weight 135 pounds. A real hard hitter and can go through any line. A good passer and al- ways fights hard. No one can say he doesn't play his best. Ask his op- ponents. Russel CWaterj Meyers, H. B., weight 135 pounds. Very fast man and sure, hard tackler. When a runner gets loose he hasn't much chance if some one isn't sitting on Meyer. O yes, he just loves jackson beefsteaks. Karl QAndyJ Cleve, R. T., weight 160 pounds. Although he is tall and lank, he is a terror to opposing linemen. Always goes through and makes a hole. No one can accuse him of laying down on the job-there isn't room. ' Lawrence CAbieJ Pelty, F. B., weight 145 pounds. A triple threat man. A marvelous passer and punter. No end can get too far away for him to pass to. Always plays his best and fights. Edwin CAsbestosj Best, R. G., weight 145 pounds. No one could stop him and always does his BEST. Can be depended upon in a pinch. Likes Perryville eggs. David CBig Footj Gibson, R. E.. weight 165 pounds. Gib is another football prodigy. His graduation will be a severe loss to the team. He loves to take 'em out and his weakness is smiling at the ladies. 4..-... ......-............................-............-...............-............-............-..-....4. 42 THE KEDYRO .P...I..-...-gg1..1......1,.1,..-I.1I.1I.1.g-.4...-nk.I1.I1.....-I.1..1..-.n1..1.,....1..1g.1q.-...1,gig Roger CSappoj Willoughby, L. G., weight 140 pounds. Could always be observed plunging through a line and smiling at the referee. A sure hard tackler and takes the game seriously. Always goes through and leaves a hole behind him. Newell CBoj Wallace, Q. B., weight 125 pounds. Bo is a real field general. A good passer and open Held runner. It could be observed that he played his best game when the Hudson was around. Kenly fShrimpj Bugg, H. B., weights 112 pounds. Small, true, but nevertheless a hard hitter and could always be depended upon for gains. A fast man and sure tackler. VVorth his weight in gold to a team and always plays his best. Chauncey CVinegarj Farrel, H. B., weight 140 pounds. Always tried to do the thing he was told to do and that in quick order. A hard hitter and gave only his best to the team. Harold fPunkJ Duncan, G., weight 160 pounds. Punk was not. Although he did not receive a letter, he gave his best in backing up the regulars in time of need. Should be a lineman of strength to next year's team. Lynn Clodinej Lotz, E., weight 150 pounds. Lotz did not receive a letter, but rendered valuable service whenever needed. Lotz should make a good wing man next year. Edward fChub-Lubj Saling, G., weight 200 pounds. Saling was a good man because of his enormous proportion. An opposing lineman could not go over him and he could not spare the time to go around, so there you are. Saling should be a tower of strength to next year's team. l,SsQiTl Tl eel Tll l IlllliI Illlllll? -'ll-ill illillillilililli'l?llilli'l lill + Y l THE KEDYRO 43 BASKET BALL TEAM x REVIEW From the standpoint of percentage of games- won, our team did not stand among those at the top of the Inter-High ladder. The team was handicapped, due to the fact that football interfered with the development of the team. When our team went on the court they found themselves pitted against veteran teams which had had ten or more weeks' training. Nevertheless, as is the custom of F. H. S., we fought gamely, but the odds were too heavy against us. Scores Leadwood ..... ........ 3 O F. H. S ........ ........ 1 4 Flat River ......... ..... 9 F. H. S ........ ........ 2 5 Esther ........ ...,.... 2 4 F. H. S ........ ........ 1 5 Elvins ............... ........ l 8 F. H. S ........ ........ Z0 Bonne Terre ........ ........ 2 9 F. H. S ........ .... 9 junior College .,.............. 13 F. H. S ....... ........ l O Desloge ............. ..... 9 F. H. S ....... ....... ........ 1 5 . nn1nl1n1n- -n1u1n1al1l1ul1u M 44 THE KEDYRO .5.....,.............-....-.....-...-..,-,,-..-...-.,-........,,-..,-........- - - -..-...................g. REVIEW ' The team this year was one of the best produced by F. H. S. in recent years. Our schedule was hard and the results of the games with the best teams in St. Francois county show the caliber of the team. During the fall and winter seasons we played 12 games, winning 9 and losing 3. During the indoor s.eason We played six games, winning four, losing one. and tying one. This gave us a tie for second place with Flat River, for the championship of St. Francois county. At the tournament held at Flat river, we again tied Flat River for second place. Indoor Schedule. Leadwood .,... ...... 1 5 F. H. S ...... .,... 1 6 Flat River ..... ...... 1 1 F. H. S ....... ..... 1 1 Esther ..... ...... 1 4 F. H. S ....... ..... 1 2 Elvins ............. ...... 1 1 F. H. S ...... ..... 1 7 Bonne Terre .... ...... 1 1 F. H. S ...... ..... 1 5 Desloge ...... ....... 1 6 F. ll. S ....., ,,.., 2 3 .g.......-..-..-..-..-...-..-..---. ----- -- - .- ...... ..... . ,-.,i, in:-u1n1lm -an-alu--q THE KEDYRO I-un-11g-911,111.5-.un1nu1us1ll 45 1111+ -..-pg-up-null.--qn1uu1.u1g Qnu uinuinn111:-ll1nl1nl1sn-in-lu-nn1nQo 46 THE KEDYRO .!..-..........................,....-.......-..-...-.,.-......-...................... - - .. -.....-......,..-.4, TRACK REVIEW Although training has just begun as the Kedyro goes to press, Coach Haile has a wealth of material on hand, which gives promise of being a team equal to the team of last year. The team will suffer a setback in the loss of Murphy, star sprinter and half-miler. VVhen the gun cracks at the opening of the meet, F. H. S. athletes will be ready to defend the Black and Gold and bring the cup home in triumph. Farmington won the meet last year with 42 points. Bonne Terre come second with 39 points and won the Relay Cup. Although there was no official timing of the track events, we feel justified in saying that our team ran some of them in near record time. The field events were closely contested, but We seldom failed to place. We are justly proud of our team and we feel that its success is based upon the consistent and careful training which our ath- letes recognize as essential in the development of athletics. 5 .bl el TENNIS Farmington has just completed five fine courts. They were built chiefly by work contributed by High School students. The Tennis Tournament will be held at Farmington May 3, in which teams from all high schools in St. Francois county will be represented. Farmington has entered but one tournament and that in 1921, Harry Smith and Glenwood Baker placing first in both singles and doubles. .'..-.......................................- - - -..................-..-..-..-...........................4. , ,, , 4' ffm J A K, ZW fa ,.!" iw 9' :Wa Y. Q1 ' 443 .f, .. .4 '- JI ' .-.---- QAM , --. ,,:1,-.,-.f.-:.-:::-------3-if .. W T ' M -- , i" f. .f-,7'-AQ?-rrgy'-'fgriiijf-'1EiKEFWi9E5lEv5T5T 24 in .54.g3QQgEi5w5xQZw3wmmKf A gi, . hw- ---4- ' "" , '1 lf If I 3 A , , I" .Q - , ,. Q 1 .igp'b'f I 'X 4 1 f ff 7 6,1 fzg J wx-ga N, f A. ,ah 7, f K Q! ,fy ,, I .1174 fr . --. Z 1 f I F P-.P . ff? ,f ,V ff 4' Lhff f 51,7 . , ,-, r rw W W l X X qs V. , N If f 5 x ' ff K ik A K' J 'A 151:13 fx ' f Q f- ff J-tw 'P X ' K F Nl' 5 S' .f2-WE? x I x V-' x !5'.g . 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X .2242-1-V Yx xf 4 lg " ' M 1 X -X 5 sf f- ' - ' ' 7 "Q-z"?b4f L- v -.4 1:55, i , , -5 'Q 1 4 ' .21 f . rt . gn. 1 .,. Ax- , V .V Y, ,,' , an 5, v na. 'a Ex' . I aim! I7 -at 2 2. ei 4..,.,,,. 1 'fu - ffm ' sf MQ.,- ' , fn- ...J,2.I4- , F 1 Y ' LQAY: mtv, vm-X 1-'J , . M Q 9.. 1 1 'irqgaf .,.-Llc. U31 1,-wWI,,,. , 1 , 1' 'riff Q. -a',f , .L I My .ux,ufQ. . M'-fx - . 4 . s , x .211 N-A 9- dt-BT . . ff' I' 'l 4' 4- .Aj ,yer yn-.1'-'W 11. -1 rim- . L.: . 1 .45 1 R 1 5. 4, 1. 1- U. g.,--, ., .L . 1.1.x-'K - f, . 4 .nv -fn? -Y, L ' t ,. 4 5:1 'f"- . LU' ,. '4 l. :W L - ,- fu' ' .f f ' yr? ffm -, . .ig v 354-- .4,, 5. 5: -'J' WL 'ya .- 1 ,v. , Q , w- .17 ,- 5, l . V ? THE KEDYRO els: I-un1ll1ln1ll1ln1un1Il--an--nn--nu-n1nn1 1 inuinn-uu1un1uu :fn A PSALM OF WORK Tell me not in mournful numbers, School is but an empty dream l- For the grades of those who slumber, Do more havoc than they seem. Not enjoyment, 'tis all sorrow, Is our destined end or wayg But to work that each tomorrow Finds us wiser than today. Our work is great, and time is fleeting, So our minds must do their best, For each task Well done is beating Triumphant marches to success. Let us, then, be up and doing, With a heart for any fate, Still achieving, still pursuing, Learn to labor and to wait. N.L.S Ain l1ll1ul-lu-1lI1ul1 11:--an-un--an 111:1111 1 Qs THE KEDYRO 4. --uu1ro---uu1nn- -luinuluuinlill 1-:1111 ll1u1u1n!a 4. 2: ..-...Au 2 -...,:.-...Lu .-..-.. 1:-..i,:4. THE KEDYRO 49 ailuinnilnzluiun--nl-ll-uni 1lu-n:-nn1uu-un1Il--u1ln::ui:l1ll1 iz 1: 1: - -- L: -: -:l1n+ In fl X 5 v x,- fxX X X lkatz -E PUBUCHWON Marie Beatty .......,. Nellie Shick .......... Mary O'liannon .......... Dul'uy Cayce ........ Franklin XVilliams ...... Kenly Bugg ........,.. ........Senior Editor ..............junior Editor ......,..Sophomore Editor ....i........,...............Freshman Editor .,.....Assistant Circulation Manager ,........Assistant Advertising Manager EDITORIAL This book would not be complete without mentioning those who have done so much towards making it a success. It goes without saying that the entire statf, aided by the progressive Seniors, have worked together wonder- fully, each doing' his share of the work and more. I wish to thank the Fac- ulty through whose confidence in the Senior Class and through whose ad- vice and help it was possible for .us to publish the first annual since 1915. Last, but not least, I want to thank the student body as a Whole, the class photographers, and our many advertisers for their excellent co-operation and untiring efforts toward our publication. .g..-...........-..-..-..-...- - - - - - - -- - .. - -..-............, -,,.-,,......-..-...-..'. 50 THE KEDYRO lX1lllEillillTllillTllllllll1-llTHiliDillili lIl :q EXCELSIOR LITERARY SOCIETY Officers President ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,.................. ....... E . McKinney Vice-President ....,....,..... ...............................,.... M adelyn Brewer Secretary-Treasurer ........ ............,.............................. A 11113 C0ff111al1 Sponsgrs ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,A,,,,,.,,,.....,,,..... Mrs. G. Newman, MT. Haldamafl Programme Committee Chairman, Marie Beatty Cecil Roberts Margaret Hoehn The Excelsior Literary Society was organized in 1921, under the super- vision of Miss Martha Raines, but has been supervised by Mrs. J. G. Newman for the past year. The name, Excelsior, taken from Longfellow's poem, seemed to the charter members a good one. Most of their afternoon programmes have been especially good, and their night programme on December l4, when "The Elopement of Ellen" was pre- sented, was extremely interesting. J' 19' .39 IMPERIAL LITERARY SOCIETY Officers President ,-,,...,,,,,,. ,,,,,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, ........ N e well Wallace Vice-President .............. ....... ..................... .................. S a r ah Tucker Secretary-Treasurerl .........................................-...---------. Dorothy R0bi11SOI1 Sponsors .A,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, Miss Martha Raines, Mrs. G. M. Williams Programme Committee Chairman, Margaret Hunt Mary Lucille Williams Stephen Fleming Nellie Shick The Imperial Literary Society was organized in 1921, under the supervis- ion of Mrs. W. M. Harlan, but has been supervised by Miss Martha Raines for the past year. The name "Imperial" was chosen because of its meaning, "greatness," and the society has striven to be worthy of its name. This society has much musical and dramatic talent which was shown in their afternoon programmes. .'....... ........................-...-.....,,..,......,.....,.-..........,..........,....,...-..-......-.,........l. T H E K E D Y R O 51 +l1lLun1n1n1n7Jlia:+:r-:l1u:Ll:1r.'-a:+un-...tg I 31,7 y..-,,in.,e,,,,,, JU NTO LITERARY SOCIETY Oiiicers President ............... ........................ .............. D a vid Gibson A Vice-President ................ ,................................ F irmin Castleman Secretary-Treasurer ......... .......................................... M ildred Evans Sponsors .......,.................................... Mrs. W. M. Harlan, Mr. H .C. Haile Programme Committee Chairman, Beulah Rhodes Bethen Karsch Beulah Clay The Junto Literary Society was organized in 1921, under the supervision of Miss Wilhelmina Herwig, but was taken over by Mrs. W. H. Harlan at the beginning of 1923-1924. The name "Junto" was chosen because of the Junto Literary Society that was organized by Benjamin Franklin, and by whom it was made such a success and help to himself and to the other members. All of their afternoon programmes have been entertaining. ,Al VS .3 WEBSTER LITERARY SOCIETY Officers President ............... ........................ ....... F r anklin Williams Vice-President ................ ...................................... 5 ...Festus Stewart Secretary-Treasurer ......... ............................. ,.................. A l va Conway Sponsors ........................................ Miss Genevieve I-luss, Miss Ina Evans Programme Committee 1 Chairman, Velma Miles Helen Courtney Festus Stewart A. J. Hatter The Webster Literary Society was organized in 1921, under the super- vision of Miss Genevieve Huss and under whom it has been ever since. The name "Webster" was chosen in honor of America's greatest orator and states- man. The way the programmes are arranged and presented shows the ability of the sponsors. The programmes have all been interesting and the society de- serves a great deal of credit. +Iin1ll1 l1sw1in1iwvrl1ln1urq.q.1gp1gg-gl-qqp1qp.-q1ql1ulcnl1Qn1qq-q.gua1la, 52 T H E K E D Y R O l!u-ln- -1nu-llilliunillc-IniII--ll1ll1ll-ll-1111-:lin-111111-ll-nIll!--ll1n1ll1-In--In-ll1ll:n!o 1 SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB i-ill? Oflicers President ............... ........................ .......... L e Onard Voil Vice-President ................ ,......., C ecelia Gentges Secretary-Treasurer ......... ............. S arah Tucker Sponsor ................................................,........................... Mrs. J. G. Newman The Senior Dramatic Club was organized on Monday, December 17, 1923. The object of this Club was the presentation and study of plays,-and the de- velopment of dramatic talent. The manner in which they managed "Better Speech Week" showed there had been some advancement in their work. The operetta, "The Wild Rose," given on the evening of April 3rd, further proved their ability and talent. Q:rv4i1 n1n-n1n1fl1n1nl1qn1n-un1un1:u1un1ln11n1on1n1n1n1ln-ln:naP T H E K E D Y R O 53 -x----- --------- ----1-------n------------.--.-- - - - - - - - -----4. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Oflicers l'resident ,O,,,.w.,,,,O ..OO,,.......V... .......,... V ' elmu Miles Yice-l'resident O,,,.O ...,.,... L 'ecelia iieissing' Secretary ....,..... ...,,. I Dorothy Robinson Treasurer ,...A ..,..wv,V.,O.O.....O.......,.. ...,.......w,,.. N T ary Ilunt FOOD CLUB President .....v..... ,..,tt,..vt...........,....., .,,..., IV l zlrguerite 'luhnson Vice-l'resident .A.... ..... C iertrude Zimmer Secretary .iw.t,.,... ...,... il lildred lfvans Trezlsurer .......,..........,.....................wt A.......,............................ l .illian Meyers The Home Economics Club was cmrgunizecl at the beginning uf l9Z3-24 under the supervision of the Home Economics teacher, Miss Evans. The pur- pose of the Club is to bring' out new ideas in sewing and cooking and to instill in the minds of the members the importance of eefmmny. They have progrzxmmes at reggjular intervals. and un lfridziy afternoons criticize the garments made during the week. q..-.. --------- ---- - - -------. ..... .. .-.,l. 54 THE KEDYRO ninuiun-1.11.--p1q..1un1nimynpimpingin.-nuin-un:u1qu1ln-ll:u--ll1lI1ll1ll-lr1lI--1lilr1lQn AETEON CLUB Officers President ,,,,,,, ....,..........,.,, ..,..,.. G I' ace VVilliams Secretary ....,., ............. E dward Saling Sponsor ......,...............,.....,..,,....................,...................... Mrs. W. M. Harlan This club was organized the twenty-tirst of February, 1924, not only to make us better acquainted with the beauties of the heavens, but to offer some recreation. It was the habit to spend half of the meeting in a discussion of Descriptive Astronomy, the other half being purely social. These meetings are held every other Thursday evening at the homes of the members. +1111 inc :: u:+au-u1n:7::7:s-lu1:: n- --n1nl1-In--u1qp:-un1ll1iu1-ln--:l-u1lu1ls-sul1ln!v T H E K E D Y R O 55 +1111-II1ll1lo1ll1n-ll1ll1-ll1ls1ll1ll1ul1ll--on-n1n1lD:n1I!1n1n-1l-ln1ol1aI1ol1or1sQ SENIOR HIKING CLUB Oiiicers Chairman ..............,. ................. ............... V e lma Miles Vice-Chairman .,........ .v...... I-1 erbert Schramrn Secretary .......,..... ..............,............................................... B eulah Beatty Arrangement Committee Chairman, Ruth Burgess Elbert Menge Sponsors, Miss Ina Evans, Mr. D. H. Haldaman The Senior Hiking Club was organized at the beginning of the year 1923- 24 by the seniors and sponsors, Miss Evans and Mr. Haldaman. The object of this organization was to learn more of the natural beauty of our vicinity and to develop physical ability. It is divided into three sections: First Degree Members-Fifteen miles per week. Second Degree Members-Twelve miles per week. Third Degree Members-Ten miles per week. The grade for each degree was E. S. and M. The first hike was on the evening of November 21, 1923, when the club hiked to Farmington Junction. They left at five o'clock, cooked supper after reaching the junction, and returned about eight o'clock. Qu1lnzsIl--n-nan1ns:nu1ln1ll1llilu1ln1ll1ll-rl--a:..::,- 1ll1ll:n:l7:u11lY4a--iris: 7:2-as-mul: 5 56 T H E K E D Y R O 'l"1"'-"""""'1""""'1 "'"'1""""""I'1"1l'--ll-nu1ln1:u1un 11111 1111 , ..-.+ l l ORCHESTRA Not since the year of 1920-21 has there been an orchestra in the school. As a result of a renewed interest, the orchestra has been one of special merit and has added much to the activities held under the auspices of the school. The appearance of the orchestra on such occasions as "The Elopement of Ellen," and "The Parent-Teachers Association" programmes and many others have tended to increase the interest in such events. Under the excellent supervision of Miss Helen Ross, the music teacher, the orchestra has made splendid progress. Members First Violins ,,,..,,,,,,,,, Barbara Caroline Tullock, Helen Elayer, Milton Giessing Second Violins ...... Ruth Allen, Nelbourn Rickus, Alpha Justine. Blanche Mund Ancel Robinson First Cornet .................--- ----------------,------ --------4-----e---------' ------4--------------- Second Cornets ,--',-. ,.,,,, O rris Bartels, Raymfmtl GiCSSif1g Clarinet .............. '------------------ ------'-----t-------- ......Earl Smith Denman, E. J. McKinney Dorothy Rummel Saxophone ...... Trombone ....... -------------'-------'-'---------'----- -------- .l 3 Ck Manley Drums ----." ,,,l,,,, G eorgiana NVilliams ' .,,..,........ Sarah Tucker Piano ....... ,1,,...,,.-,n---.-n-nl-n1n1nn-n-n-nn-n-ll- - - 1 1 1 1 1 -' "' """"" T E K E D Y R O 57 +nin-rnzniilliminion-M1111-ll-1ll1n1n--alia:--ll-In-lliulill-sll1n-il-lI1ll1ililn-:Qs FRENCH CLUB Oiicers President ,.,,....,...,. ................. ........ C e celia Gentges Vice-President .............. ....... I .awrence Pelty Secretary-Treasurer ........ .........A ....... B e ulah Rhodes Sponsor ..........,...........................................................,... Miss Martha Raines The French Club was organized in November of 1923, under the super- vision of Miss Raines. Through this medium the students of the Club have been brought into a more pleasant acquaintance. An opportunity for the practice of speaking French is afforded, and by this use of the language, a real French atmosphere has been created. .al -,SF U97 AGRICULTURE CLUB Officers President .......... ........................ ......... S t ephen Fleming Vice-President ........... ...,... F irmin Castleman Secretary-Treasurer ........ .............. E velyn Wallace Sponsor ............................................................. J ............ Mr. D. H. Haldaman The Agriculture Club was organized at the begining of the year 1923. The purpose of this club was to bring out the more modern ideas in farming and to put them into practice outside of class. -u 1ul1lm1lp1u1musu 1 x i I r , Y FEATURES f 75 1272. 'NN " Y f:fg' W f 5. I its ' Q3 9 ,lb 'V' I ,A f jf I xx . N 1 X L 1 W 'U x N C351 X Fi-+ff?'ff 1 'X '3 0 i X 'mx L.-1 iii,q Zi" ' 7 Q- 2 T 5 W w b j f ! YY-"' " -c 1 rg, I ' .1,,,'- . . " 44 'CW' "' 145 1 is, i C M, . V bl..-ei,,.w,,Ml,,' x ff 1' :fra -ws T H E K E D Y R O 59 qui...-.l1n TT1T11 11,111-ngTuu1nn-1:1--ug.-.nn...r1m1Tg,gi4.... 1TT1 .1 1. ,u.1..+ CLASS QUEE J vELMA Mu.EsW NAXINE als-inn v-11---- 1 ---- - - --xw-11--111 1-an-nf. 60 T H E K E D Y R O cloning-ul:nc:ne-nl-llillill1nl1Ilinl1ln1ll1llxuu1un1nu1uu1uu1 1 :ruin-ll--n1al1ol1ll1ltln SOCIAL SENIOR-JUNIOR BANQUET T The Senior Class and the members of the Faculty of Farmington High School were delightfully entertained at a banquet on Friday evening, April 27, 1923, by members of the Junior Class. The entertainment for the Senior Class and Faculty by the Junior Class is an annual affair. It was one of the most elaborate social events ever held in Farmington. About seventy people were present. The hall in which the ban- quet tables was spread was delightfully decorated in the Senior colors-pun ple and gold-and with redbud branches. The banquet consisted of four courses along with a very pleasing program, which made the affair very en- tertaining. The following was the program for the evening: Song--junior Class Cocktail Vocal Solo-Margaret Hunt Saxophone Solo-E. J. McKinney Musical Selection-Barbara C. Tullock, Sarah Tucker, E. I. McKinney Entree Reading-Goldie Halbert Toast to Seniors-junior Class Response-President of Senior Class, J. O. Swink Ice Cream and Cake Reading-Melba Meyer Toast to Faculty-Junior Class Address-Supt. W. L. Johns Coffee Mock Senior Meeting-Junior Class Song-Junior Class The Junior Class is sponsored by Misses Raines and Florence Tetley. THE FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE PARTY The fun was at its height! The hall was decorated, the color scheme being white and crimson fthe Freshman colorsj mingled with the yellow and white of the guests. r The Sophomores-our guests, were delightfully entertained, for every Freshman took it upon himself to make some shy Sophomore have a good time. In fact, there were no wallflowers at this party, when these Freshmen be- stirred themselves. Two rooms were filled up as game rooms and here we played progressive rook and checkers. A candy cow test was the next excitement. Also the stunts in landing entertained our guests. During these successive good times, +n1qp-u-up-1:1nuill1ln-cnilniulxllrunt 1 :--l.1n1n1u-ggi..-.p.1u-nn1qn1qu1uu1.q1.gg-nig Y -u-1 E. THE KEDYRO 61 +i1n1ui nn-an-niun1u:1m -u.1.u-.qg1n-nn-:n1nn1ns1:n1un-nn1n1n-uu1nu!n Mystery rooms had been arranged, and, after being blindfolded, every one had a chance to kiss the book and enjoy a "nice" ride in an aeroplane. Many songs, as well as other games and stunts were enjoyed by our merry guests. Following these, refreshments were served, consisting of brick cream and cake. It was not necessary to play "Home, Sweet Home," for soon after this, our glorious party broke up with a song and a laugh and the corridors of F. H. S. were silent once more. M. C. H. "THE ELOPEMENT OF ELLEN" Given by the Excelsior Literary Society on December 14, 1923, at the High School Auditorium. "The Elopement of Ellen" was a two-act farce-comedy and had the follow- ing cast: Rich Ford ........................................ ............ Ernest Burlbaw Molly ........................ .......... M argaret Hoehn Max Fen Eych .......... ........ M elvin Giessing Bob Shepard ........ ....... R aymond Giessing Dorothy ............. ................. M ary Hunt june ................ ........... M arie Beatty Mr. Hume ...........................................................,...,,............. Hugh VVilliams A synopsis of the play is: Mr. and Mrs. Rich Ford have only been mar- ried a short time and have engaged a wonderful maid. Mrs. Ford had always bragged to Dorothy of this maid, Ellen. But on the first morning of Dorothy's visit at Molly's, the maid elopes. Molly telephones to a city for a maid and June, a rich young lady, is sent down. Max Fen Eych comes to see Bob Shepard, the brother of Molly Ford. Mr. Hume makes love to Dorothy, but Dorothy and Max are engaged and were about to break it when they found they really loved each other. Bob had met june in the south and before the play ended they fell in love with each other. ' "STOLEN JEWELS" A Three Act Play Presented by VVebster Society Basketball Girls Benefit Characters as they first appear: Parks, an English butler .............,........ ............. L eonard Voil Susie, a maiden from Sioux City ............... ......... E velyn Wallace Ottily Howell, a bride ........................................ ........... V elma Miles Miss VVinnecker, the aunt from Yonkers ......... ......... M elba Meyers Daphne Chatter, Ottily's sister ..................... ........ H elen Courtney Nicholas King, a stranger ............. ....... E dward Saling Ned Pembroke, jr., an only son ....... ......,.. A . J. Harter +.1g p-31.11 .1..-...1qp-l.-n-.ql14.1.1.1I..-.pu1g.1q'1..1.g.i..1l,1q1g..-..1.gb ez t THE KEDYRO .5..............-........-.............,....-..........-,,.-..-................................................-.4. George Howell, a bridegroom ,..,... ......... H a1'0ld Duncan Daugherty, a police sergeant .................... ................ D avid GibSOn jim Mooney, a policeman .............,..........,.,. .-........ C hauncey Farrell Mrs. Fleming, owner of the apartment ....:.... ........ G eraldine Heifner Vera Vernan, an actress .................................,.,.................. Georgia Herzog Mrs. Pembroke, from Boston ......................,...,............... Alberta Giessing This is one instance out of many which displays the talent of the pupils of Farmington High School. AMATEUR NIGHT It became necessary for the football squad to make some money to buy their sweaters, so they gave an "Amateur Night," on Thursday, January 31, at the Monarch Theatre, at 7:45 p. m. ' Altho it was called "Amateur Night," all those who took part performed :is though they were finished artists in their talents. It was a brilliant success, not only in an entertaining way, but also in a material way, as they took in 3225. v OPERETTA One other interesting feature of the year's work was the operetta, "The Wild Rosef' given by the Senior girls. Margaret Hunt, our soprano, starred as "Wild Rose." It was directed by the senior sponsors, Misses Raines and Ross, and an excellent director from out of town, Mrs. Kossuth WVebber. It was given at the Monarch Theatre, on April 3. Some of the other fea- tures of the evening were the mixed and male quartette and the girls' glee club. The Famous Munsch Orchestra was an added attraction. Taken to- gether it was a huge success. FRESHMAN LAMENT I'd like to be a Senior And with the Seniors stand, A fountain pen behind my ear, A notebook in my hand. I would not be a President, 'Tis hard to be a king, I would not be an emperor For all that wealth could bring, I would not be an angel For angels have to sing, I'd rather be a Senior And never do a thing. The Tiger. .5.......... .....-..-..............-..-...-.......-..-......-..............................................g. 64 THE KEDYRO +lill1-llllll i iillilllllllllllllllIITllill--llinillilllllillilliilillil illil+ i i i if--m--M i i i SEPTEMBER 4-Green, resplendant Freshmen galore. 6-Katching Klass Kutters. 7-Friday. ll-lV0rk or get out. 12-VVork. 13-Students exchange schedules. 14-NVho's VVho-Advisors. 19-Faculty meeting. CAccent on culjp 20-More work or get out. Z2-Freshmen pull thumbtacks with new chisel. May he R. I. P. 25-Escorts prohibited. 26-Poor. 27- VVeak 28- Girls ! OCTOBER 2-Team out-23 strong. 5-Skinned old DeSoto. S-Coach Haile speaks. 9-Menge falls asleep in Physics. 12-Fredericktown Happer to Ernest llurlbaw-"Haven't I seen you before? 16-Tuesday. 17-Girls' chorus, "Yes, we have no gymnasium !" 18-Tiny Tucker practices yells in Physics. 19-"We'll fight 'em if we get to 'em," heard on the road to Perryville. 22-Coach Haile says, "Perryville sure had a team of men folksf, 23-Freshman goes to sleep during chapel. 26-Mr. Haldaman recites poetry. 29-Law pased upon tardy-makers. 30-Cyclone hits study hall Hallowe'en night. NOVEMBER 2-Chester is some hilly town. 5-Lost-a compact. Finder may powder her nose and return it Cthe com pactj to the owner. 9-"Is there any more meeting to come before the business." lIu1n1n1n--u-la--n1nu1nl1lI1u1ul1ll1n1n-..,-.U- 1 1 -. .. .- .- 1..1..11,1..1..1..!. T H E K E D Y R O n1lIili111-Il1m-ln1lu1ll1ll1nn .gl--qv-.-.-gg 65 12-A spirited game of basket ball was enjoyed by the American History class. 15-To be or not to be. -William Shakespeare. To swear or not to swear. -VVilliam Johns. 19-Secret class period formed. 21-Secret class period secretly dissolves. 23--Matt McCarthy found in Home Restaurant with chalk dust in his eyebrows. 26-Turkey in the near future. 27-Fight 'em, 29-Jackson 30-- Mud. tC21I'I1. DECEMBER 4-Va 5- ca 6- shun. 10-Edward Saling is poured into a new seat. 12-The Bull Frog Chorus. 14-Seniors sport straw hats. 15-Thoughts of Santa Claus. 18-Freshman spanking barred. 20-Faculty looking mighty glad about something. 21-Coach Haile is observed looking into the Jeweler's window. der- ' JANUARY 1-Skeeter Johnson makes a New Year's resolution. 2-Slick Castleman breaks it. 3-Mr. Haldaman will never get through this year-single. 7-Kedyro staff appointed. 10-Kedyro Sales Contest begins. 12-Edwin is the best student. 15-Rev. Bailey asks: "Ancient History Teacher or Teacher History? 18-Miss Huss remembers when they had toll gates. Zl-Flat River did lots of pepper shaking, but no salting down. 22-New greeting: "Well, how's your excuse ?" 23-At last-A photographer! 24-Students show too much pep, nearly break the gym down. 28-Herbert Schramm loses his shoe in English Class. Z9-Tiny explains how a sewing machine operates. 31-Thursday all day. +o-nln-n-'ll1ll1ll-ll1ll1n1u1u'-nv.- :pin-1415. 14.1.1151--qg1ug1...--gin-.gp-1.14 We won- of Ancient 66 THE KEDYRO l.u1n1-unilu-lnilliIn-I11:I1nl1ul1ll1un1uu1nn-.nigll1,1--31.11u1.l1pl.-gn1nn1n1lp1n1ll:lo'n FEBRUARY 4-Doodle needs assistance to sneeze in geometry. 6-Amos Skeeter almost studies his geometry. ll-VVe wonder what makes Menge so sleepy on Mondays. . 13-Exams. Banana Oil! 15-More exams. Hoss Collar. 18-Zeke, in history-"My goodness, aren't those boys naughty?" Z0-Ernest llurlbaw allows that after Monday and Tuesday Vlfednesday will follow. Za-Vlfilliam Pepin stays at school until 6 o'clock-detained. 29-First time in four years. .- MARCH 3-Mrs. Newman says she is odd. 6-Seniors receive rings-C. O. D. fCall on Papaj 10-Seniors solemnly warned that all back work must be in. 14-Elmer Vandergritf plans an all day trip to Elvins. 18-Prof. Strunk, of Desloge, delivers inspiring address. 21-Edward Saling loses an American History, and "finds"-a "Love Story Magazine." 24-Herbert Schramm has a habit of writing out his Physics lessons. 25-Sweet essence of Springtime. 27-Twenty minutes before Physics exam.-"Memory don't fail me." 31-Track team out. APRIL l--Senior tacky day. Fuzzy eats too much. 2-Alpha and Barbara Caroline add basketball letters to their collection. 4..............................,,.............-......,......................-............................5. 68 THE KEDYRO als:-niusillilniuniduiul-Ili ialixliuivn1ln--uu-.ql1.:.-nl1gl1ql1n11l1s:1un-4n1u-11n ...Q 1 f B135 - . . K A . 'aa lzg?igg?liN 3 Qyixsgg gszggg fgg55p3ig?SS,k' K , l l J!5fk Nl lggsg f,!j5,lA'mQ?s 0 tn we I Q: .. , . , Sf ,x -s x- -bxggl? i.Yi' 'm i , . , 43 233 1900 Name Residence Conway, E. V., with Chicago Great VVestern Railroad ..,................. Chicago, Ill. Halter, Nellie, teacher .....................................................,.............. Farmington, Mo. Mason, Edna, Mrs. E. B. Barrow ........ ......,.... S ycamore, Ill. Morris, Laura ,................................................. ..,............., D eeeased Spaugh, Lulu, Mrs. VVinnet Simms ......,.......... .......,...... H ouston, Ark. 1901 Giessing, Henry, with Lead Mines .,................. Dexter Springs, Okla. Glover, Minnie, Mrs. E. T. Hobbs ................ ............... L incoln, Neb. Hull, Bertha, Mrs. Albert Hampton ......... .......... F armington Mo, Huff, Louise, teacher ............................... .......... S t. Louis, Mo. Lawson, Edna, Mrs. C. M. Faust .................. ........... S t. Louis Mo. Manley, John, meat market ............................... ......... F lat River, Mo. McCormick, Gertrude, Mrs. H. H. Smith .......... ......... F armington, Mo. McCormick, Fielding ....................................... ........ F armington, Mo. Raines, Kate, Mrs. Fushie ....................... ......... C rawford, Neb. Sackman, Ella, Mrs. C. H. Denman ............ Wood, Stella, Mrs. Moody Templeton ............ 1902 Alexander, Effie ........................................................... Halter, Murriel, Mrs. E. F. Stevens .......................... Miller, Cliffton, with VVestinghouse Electric Co ....... ............. Swink, Florence, Mrs. Lyman Mathews .................. Tucker, Nannie, Mrs. Jasper Lotz .................... Wilson, Alexander, Major U. S. Army ........ Wood, Estella, Mrs. E. Garton ................,... 1904 Cunningham, Mary, Mrs. Corbett ....................... Carter, Helen .................................................................. Giessing, Mayme, teacher at Stephens College ......... Karsch, Ed., merchant ................................................. , Spaugh, Milton, Marble XVorkS ........................... 1905 Elliott, Ethel, Mrs. Randolph Elliot .,.......... tlolilnilqr-3-gl-1:1-ll1ll1lu:ll1ll1 - 1 1 - . 1 1 1.nl1.ul1ln-gp-.gliniu .........Sikeston, Mo. .................Deceased Farmington, Mo. Lake Providence, La. Pittsburgh, Pa. ..................Oran, Mo. . ...... Bonne Terre, Mo. Minneapolis, Minn. ........Farmington, Mo. .........Tucson, Ariz. ...........Chicago, Ill. .......Columbia, Mo. ........Leadwood, Mo. .........Farmington, .......Los Angeles, Mo. Cal. in-n1ll1n1ll!l THE KEDYRO 69 Manley, George, grocer ...,........................................ Nations, Heber, State Labor Commissioner ..... Neidert, John, undertaker .........................v.............. Myreta, Palmer ....................................................... Pipkin, William, ranch manager .......................... 1906 Giessing, Emma, Mrs. George Patton ........ Lorenz, Mayme, stenographer ................... Turley, Florence, Mrs. George Welch ....... Turley, Lee ...............,............................................. 1907 Glover, James, traveling salesman .,.,......... Hull, Pearl D., Mrs. Gscar Chalk .................. . Manley, Firmin, traveling salesman ...................... Smith, William Taylor, court stenographer ........ Wood, Ada A., Mrs. Hugh Mitchell ................... 1908 Lloyd, Ruffner, with Missouri-Pacific Railway ...................... ..... McCormick, Curren, with Veterans' Vocational ' Rock, Nelia, Mrs. Harry M. WedeI11ier ............... 1909 Giessing, Anna, Mrs. Koschmann ...................... Glover, Mae, Mrs. Robert McClaHin ...................... .......Kansas City, Kan. ......Jefferson City, Mo. ..........Farmington, Mo. ....................Unknown .........Los Angeles, Cal. ............Fort Scott, Kan. New York City, N. Y. ..........Blackwell Station, Mo. ...............................Unknown ............Chicago, Ill. ............Delassus, Mo. ........Kansas City, Kan. .......Farmington, Mo. .......Farmington, Mo. ...Sedalia, Mo. ...Chicago, Ill. St. Louis, Mo. Bureau ...........,. .....Freeport, Ind. ..................Deceased Houchins, Harold, with Western Electric Co ......... ............... S t. Louis, Mo. Kollmeyer, Albeda, stenographer .......................... .......... F armington, Mo. 1910 Crowe, Standefer, minister ............................... ....... S t. Louis, Mo. Flowers, Frances, Mrs. Carl Klein ...................... ........ S t. Louis Mo. English, Charles, certified public accountant ....... .......,....... S t. Louis Mo, Lawrence, Elie, stenographer ............................. .......... F armington, Mo. Lynch, Lummie ................................................. . .......... Robertsville Mo, Mayberry, Hugh, Captain U. S. Army ........ ............. P ortland Me. Short, Obie, electrician ...................................... ....... ........ L o s Angeles, Cal. 1911 Giessing, George, with Valier ad Spies Milling Co ........., ........ S t. Louis Mo. Traunicht, Louise, Mrs. D. B. Jett ............................... ............ R olla, Mo, Tucker, Frank, minister ..................................... ............ M exico, Mo. 1912 Ashburn, Reba, student Teachers' College ......... .......... F armington, Mo. Ashburn, Ruth, teacher CBonne Terrej ............. ....... F armington, Mo. Baily, John, physician, M. D ........................ ......... W ainright, Ky. Byington, Pauline, teacher ............... ....... ....... , .... M a plewood, Mo. Clay, Homer, physician, M. D ............. ....... G rand Rapids, Mich. Glover, Mary, Mrs. C. B. Cookson ........ ................ P uxico, Mo. Klein, Carl, with Autocar Motor Co ........ Klein, Elliott, clerk at McK1nney's ................................................ Louis, Mo. Farmington, Mo. llin:m 1niuI1ul1ll-nl +q1nn:nn1Il:-llinLll1un-ll-rIl-1l:l::lnunnn-n- w1gl1p1g. 70 THE KEDYRO ufn1q.1...-up-.ug-.u.1uu1nu1. -11.--n1n,..n,..n1uu+..1..1..1..1..-.ggi ll1:n:unc-lu-luininn-:missy Ledbetter, Reuben, electricalengineer with General Electric Co ................. Pittsfield, Mass. McDaniel, Mayme, Mrs. Wm. Beard ....................... ........ F armington, Mo. Murril, Helen, student nurse, St. Luke's hospital ............................ St. Louis, Mo. Nations, Gus, National Prohibition officer ........................................ St. Louis, Mo. Ozorio, Auta, teacher ................... f ..........................,............ Richmond Heights, Mo. VVare, Irene, Mrs. B. Neel ...................................................... New York City, N. Y. Westover, Anna, regular nurse, St. Luke's hospital .................... St. Louis, Mo. Westover, Georgia, teacher ......,.,,.................................... .,...... F lat River, Mo. 1913 Akers, Jessie, teacher ...................... ........... ......... S t . Louis, Mo. Aubuchon, Joseph ............................... ............. C hicago, Ill. Baily, Edna, Mrs. Emmet Swink ........ Cover, May, Mrs. james Tanhan ........, Davis, Edith, teacher ................................,.... ....... Denman, Grace, Mrs. Yancy XVhite ........,...,.............. Haile, Leon, surgeon Missouri-Pacific hospital ....... Ledbetter, Frank, editor Carterville Herald .......... McClintock, Earl, with National Cash Register Moothart, X1Varden, Green Construction Co ......l..,..... Co ......,. Humphrey, Ark. .......VVest Point, N. Louis, Mo. ................Deceased .......St. Louis. Mo. .........Carterville, Ill. .............Dayton, O. ..........Tulsa, Okla. Ozorio, Dorothy, with Y. M. C. A ...,................... ................. D enver, Col. Smith, Lawrence, certified public accountant ..,..... ........ K ansas City, Mo. Watts, Alma, Mrs. F. W. Wolf .......................... ....... B onne Terre, Mo. VVelty, Lue, Mrs. Charles Nugent ................. ............... S enith, Mo. 1914 Clay, Alva Marie, Mrs. Charles Wilson ........ ................... K ansas City, Mo. Blomeyer, Verena, teacher .......................... .......... C oloraclo Springs, Colo. Thomsen, Lillian, teacher .................................. ...................... C leveland, O. Westover, Laura, teacher fBonne Terreb ....... ......... F armington, Mo. 1915 Bleek, Park, civil engineer in the west ................................. Evans, Opal, teacher Marvin College, Freclericktown, .........Farmington, Mo., joint-owner Mo. Blue Lantern Shoppe ................................................................ Farmington, Mo. Gruner, Lillian, teacher .............................................,.....,....... .......... D oe Run, Mo. Halter, Bryan, instructor R. O. T. C., Vlfashington U ................. Seattle, Wash. Halter, Floyd, stenographer .............,..................................... ......... S t. Louis, Mo. Holland, Rendall, garage owners, ................................... ................ M iami, Okla. Hoy, Wesley, teacher ............................. ........ C amden Point, Mo. London, Vesta, teacher ............................. ................ 1 Miami, Okla. Mayberry, Myers, electrical engineer ........ .............. S t. Louis, Mo. McCarthy, Bernice ............................................ ................. S t. Louis, Mo. McCarthy, Meryl, contractor ............................. ......... B owling Green, Mo. Morris, Carson, with Wagner Electric Co .......... ................. S t, Louis, Mo. Murrill, Bryan, state highway engineer .,,,.,,,.. Orton, Eugene, with St. Joseph Lead Co ....... O'Sullivan, Wm., traveling salesman .......... .........Farmington, ........Flat River, Louis, Mo. Mo. Mo. ....................,.-....................l, ' T H E K E D Y R 0 71 +'-"--'-'-'-'-'-"-'-'--"-w+-'-----h---'-'--'--'--+ Pipkin, Glenwood, assistant ranch manager ............ ....... L os Angeles, Cal. Puttman, Anna, private secretary for orchestra ......... .......... S t. Louis, Mo Tetley, Lionel, with Tetley-Klein Lumber Co .......... ..Farmington, Mo Tetley, Lurene, Mrs. Herbert Klein .......v................. .Birmingham, Ala Thomsen, Marie, Mrs. Herman Valle ............. ......... F armington. Mo 1916 Antoine, Irene, Mrs. Olaf Roberts .................... ....... B onne Terre, Mo. Fleming, VVard, surgeon, Barnes hospital ...,.................................... St. Louis, Mo. Haile, Harvey, manual training and athletic instructor .......... Farmington, Mo. johns, Delos C., lawyer ..........................i..........,.............................. Kansas City, Mo. Klein, Gay, teacher, Vocational school ....... ...Farmington, Mo. Overall, Ann, teacher ...............................,.. ........... A rvada, Colo. Raines, Martha, teacher ........................... ........ F armington, Mo. Swink, Dorris, Mrs. Charles Herald ..,...... .......... S t. Louis, Mo. VX'ood, Lee, electrical engineer ........................... ........... S t. Louis, Mo. 1917 Antoine, Sue, Mrs. Malcolm Farrow .......... Baily, Georgia, teacher fBonne Terrel ......, Brewer, Iva, Mrs. George McCall .............. Burks, Geraldine C ........................... Counts, Hazel, stenographer ..........,.. ..., Crow, Ewart ...........,....................................,..,... Fuhmeister, Dick, druggist 1Deslogel ........ Garner, Naomi, stenographer ...................... Gentges, Mary, Mrs. H. T. Bragg ...........,....... San Antonio, Tex. ...Farmington, Mo. ...Farmington, Mo. ................Deceased ..Kansas City, Mo. Chicago, Ill. ........Farmington, Mo. ...Farmington, Mo. .....Bethlehem, Pa. Helber, Leora, teacher ............................................ .Honolulu, Hawaii Hopkins, Stella, Mrs. Alfred Moore, teacher .................,..,......... Farmington, Mo. johnson, Minnie Lee, stenographer ..........,.,............................... ............. P aris, Tex. Lloyd, Robert, salesman for Rice, Trix Co. CSt. Louisl .......... Shreveport, La. McKinney, Thomas, insurance agent ................................,........... Farmington, Mo. Matkins, Emily, Mrs. Floyd Rogers ,,.................................................. St. Louis, Mo. Murril, Rachel, stenographer ..............,. Schafer, Hobart, mechanic ...................... Scrutchfneld, Helen, Mrs. Neal Patin ....... Sutherland, Virginia .................................. Tetley, Florence, Mrs. Cecil Short ......,.... .......St. Louis, Mo. Granite City, Ill. ..,,....,.....Akron, O. ......Vassar, Mich. ...Gatum, Panama Wfare, Willa, Mrs. john B. Priest Ill ........................ ......... J ackson, 1918 Baily, Virginia, regular nurse, St. Luke's hospital ......... .......... S t. Louis, Bowling, Jessie, teacher ,........,.......................................... ,..... S t. Louis, Brent, Florence B .,,,,,,..,..,..,,,,..,..,..,.........,.,.....,,.....,...... ........ F armington, Burks, Allen, with Doe Run Lead Co ......................................... River Minen, Clark, Edith, Mrs. Ray Thompson .................................................. Leadwood, Counts, Lucille, student Culver Stockton College CCanton, Mo.j ..,............. Edwards, Nannie, Mrs. Amos Yates .................................................. St. Louis, g1qpilp1gp11g1.gigg-g1g.1gn1nl11nill l:qu l Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. ""'l' 72 THE KEDYRO 4..-............................-..-....................Q..........,-..-....,...............-..-..........l. Haile, Jessamine, Mrs. Leonard Geis .................... .........-...-.--.---- Helber, Carlyle, post graduate student, Naval Academy ............ Am1ap0liS, Philadelphia, Pa. Md. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Holman, Mary E., student, Flat River Junior College ................ Flat River, Horn, Audrey, regular nurse, Liberty hospital .............................. St. L0uiS, Jennings, Katherine, teacher fFlat Riverj ........... ......... F armington, Knox, Clarence Frank, assistant bank cashier ......... ....... S pringneld, Lowe, John, teacher ................................................ ........... T r0uSdalc, Orten, Lee, student, Missouri University ........ Puttman, Eleanor, Mrs. J. E. Robinson ......., Robertson, Doshia, Mrs. Fred Keel ........ Kan. .........Farmington, Mo. Crystal City, Bonne Terre, Sample, Selma .....,....,.,.................................... ............ F lat River. Trauernicht, Freda, stenographer ..................,................ ........ I efferson City, 1919 Bugg, Gtis Spillman, with Goldsmith Tailoring Co ........ .......... S t. Louis, Castleman, Virginia, Mrs. Carson Morris .,..........,........................... St. Louis, Dobbins, Myra, teacher .................................................................... Farmington, Klein, Annetta, regular nurse, Bonne Terre hospital ....... London, Floy Mae, teacher ............................................. McKinney, DeAllen, Mrs. Harley Knowles ............... Marty, Joe S., student, Northwestern University ......... . Meyer, Mildred, teacher .................................................... Miles, J. Thomas, traveling salesman in south ......,........ Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Gardiner, S. Suzon, student, Broadmoor Art Academy..Colorado Springs, Colo. Farmington, Mo. Miami, Okla. ........Wallace, I daho Evanston, Ill. Farmington, Mo. Farmington, Mo. Mo. Mo. Nations, Florence ............................................................................ Vlfashington, D. C. Richards, Ivy, private secretary Parke Davis Drug Co ................. St. Louis, Rickus, Elise, teacher ........................................................................ Farmington, Simpson, Lucille, bookkeeper ............................ ....... B onne Terre, Spradling, Ethlyn, Mrs. Sree Ramnewaz ......... Strahlman, Bertha, teacher CElvinsj ................ Chicago, Mo. Ill. Farmington, Mo. Taaffe, Corrinne, Mrs. Clarence Hiteman ......... .......... S t. Louis, Mo. Tetley, Frances, stenographer ........................... ..........,.. S t. Louis, Mo. Trauernicht, Johanna, teacher .............................. ......... F armington, Mo. Welker, Anna Lee, teacher fBonne Terrej ......... ......... F armington, Mo. VVickman, Marguerite, teacher ....................................... ........ F armington, Mo. Williams, Gwendolin CTrixiej, Mrs. Bryan Halter ....... .......... S eattle, Wash. XVilliams, Richard, mine operator ....,....,.............,...... .........,., M iami, Okla. Zimmerman, Madeline, teacher ....,,.,..............,. ,,...,.. L eadwood, Mo, 1920 Counts, Iesselyne, teacher .................................,....................,,....,, Farmington, Mo, Driskill, Helen, private sec'y and student, Washington University ............ Louis, Mo. Edwards, Georgia, teacher QCantwellj ...........,...,.,. ,,,,.., ,,,,,,,, F 1 at River, Mo, IOhIlS, Btlfdctte, student, Misouri University ,,,...,.. ,,,.,,,,, F armington, M0, Keith, Phelma, stenographer ............,,..,.,.,,,,.,,,,,.,,.,, ,.,,,,,,,, S t, Louig, Mo, Kincaid, Randall, teacher .........,........ , ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, O ak Ridge, MO, Lowe, Edith, Harris Teachers' College ,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, St, Louis, Mo, gluing-u1ql1lo1ul1au1ul1al1q1...-.11 .....u1u-n-u1q1..1..1,,.,1,,,.., 11-1111.11--.gp-q linux-I 4' T H E K E D Y R O 73 l1Il1l1D1li'liW-li1Il1'Pmu1a:1::1uu1n 1lii-4 Marbury, Virginia, Mrs. John Harold Spence ,...... ......... B onne Terre, Mo Miller, Irene Alfred, Mrs. Preston Harrington ...,.... ............ S t. Louis, Mo Myers, May, student, State Teachers College ....... ....... F armington, Mo Nelson, Leone, teacher .................................................... .......... S t. Joseph, Mo Stinson, Thane K., student, Missouri University ........ ....... F armington, Mo Strahlman, Margaret, teacher CDeslogej ......................... ....... F armington, Mo Swink, William, county superintendent of state roads .............. Farmington, Mo Tetley, Harriet G., Mrs. Earl Swink ............................................ Farmington, Mo Vaugh, Ora, student nurse, Mercy Children's hospital ............ Kansas City, Mo Wescoat, Lois, Mrs. William Swink .......,.................,......... ....... F armington, Mo 1921 Akers, Christine, Mrs. O. H. Hunt ................................... ............ S t. Louis, Mo Baker, Glenwood, student, Missouri University .......... ....... F armington, Mo Burks, Stephen, student, Missouri University ........... ....... F armington, Mo Burlbaw, Julia, student nurse, St. Johns hospital ....... ............... S t. Louis, Mo Counts, Roxie, student, Junior College ....................... .......... K ansas City, Mo Evans, Ina, teacher ...................................... ....... F armington, Mo Fikuart, Mae, Mrs. VValter Kiesker ................... .....,. F lat River, Mo Giessing, Norma ........................................................ ....... F armington, Mo Giessing, Theodore, with Straus Clothing Co ....... ........ S t. Louis, Mo Graves, Helen, teacher .............................................. ....... F armington, Mo Ingram, john, truck driver state highway ................. ......... S pringlield, Mo LePere, Jack, student, Still School of Osteopathy ........ ....... F armington, Mo LePere, Oscar, student, Still School of Osteopathy ......... ........ F armington, Mo McAtee, Juanita, Mrs. Edward B. Effrein ...................... ....... F armington, Mo McAtree, Kathleen, booker for Film Exchange ......... ......... S t. Louis, Mo Meyers, Williams, traveling salesman .................. ....... F armington, Mo Overall, Marguerite, teacher CDeSotoj ............ ....... F armington, Mo Radel, Florence, stenographer ................... ......... S t. Louis, Mo Reese, Oscar, bookkeeper .............................................. ........ S t. Louis, Mo Sheets, Alma, Mrs. Elmer Fry ........................................ ......... L itchfield, Ill Simms, Milton, joint-owner Blue Lantern Shoppe ......... .,..... F armington, Mo Smith, Harry, student, Kansas City School of Law ......... ........ F armington, Mo Thomsen, Olga, teacher CElmer, Mo.j .........................,.............. Farmington, Mo Thomsen, Virginia, regular nurse, Mo. Baptist Sanitarium .... St. Louis, Mo Williams, Harry, with Doe Run Lead Co ................................... Farmington, Mo Williams, Nora, stenographer ............................ ....... F armington, Mo 1922 Antoine, Genevieve, Mrs. Orville Carrow .................. ....... F armington, Mo Branning, Lehman, bookkeeper, St. Joe Lead Co ......... ........ F armington, Mo Bugg, Ula, student, Flat River Junior College ............................ Farmington, Mo Burgess, Herschell, stenographer ...................................................... St. Louis, Mo Counts, Minnie Alva, student Flat River Junior College .......... Farmington, Mo Garner, Edward, student, Flat River junior College ................ Farmington, Mo Hallerberg, Gertrude, teacher .............................................. ........ J acksonville, Ill Karsch, Helen, student, Goucher Woman's College ......... ....... B altimore, Md fi . :qq1-ue-:1qq1q1 1:-zu-:u1l-ln-l1Q 74 THE KEDYRO 4n..n..n..n..u..n.q..n..n..n..n..n..n..u..n..u..n..u..,..n..u..n.uh.u..,..u..n..u..,..4 LePere, Ethel, Mrs. Henry Detring .............................................. Libertyville McLarney, Harry, student, Flat River Junior College .............. Farmington Menge, Ethel, student nurse, Liberty hospital ................... .....St. Louis, Morris, Eugene, Central College fFayette, Mofl .....v.................. Farmington Moore, Ruby, student nurse, City hospital .....,.......................,.,...... St. Louis 9 9 Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Nations, Karl, student, Bethany College Cllethany, WK Vaj .................... Wlashington, D. C Rhodes, Orville, bookkeeper, M. R. K ll. T. Railway ..........,... Farmington Rickus, Dorothy, teacher CCrystal Cityl ...................................... Farmington Simpson, Oscar .................................................................................. Bonne Terre, Sylvester, Margaret, student, Flat River junior College ...,.. Bonne Terre, v Telley, Ann Caroline, student, Flat River Junior College ...,.... Farmington 1923 Ballard, Genevieve, teacher ........................................ ......... I .ibertyville, Bartels, Anita, student, State Teachers College ......... .......... F armington Brockmiller, Emma, bookkeeper ................................ ......... F armington Cashion, Audell, teacher .............................................. ......... L ibertyville, Davis, Lelia, student, Flat River junior College ........... .......... F armington Drake, Elmo F., student, Flat River junior College ......... ............Delassus Flanery, Trixie Lee, student nurse, Liberty hospital .....,.............. St. Louis Fleming, Mary Owens, student, State Teachers College.. Gale, Geraldine, student, Parks College fKansas Cityl .... ........Farmington ........Farmington Garton, Donald, with International Shoe Co. and student, Ranklin Busi ness College .................................................................s.... ............... S t. Louis Graves, F. P. III CTedj, student, Flat River Junior College .... Farmington Harter, Bernard, student, Still School of Osteopathy ...... ........ F armington. Hawk, Luther, student, Ozark Business College ........................ Farmington Henderlite, Dorothy Mae, teacher ........................... Johnson, Evelyn, teacher .................... .............. ...,...,,.Farmington .........Farmington, Johnson, Naomi, Mrs. M. Pethelos ,.................................. .......... F armington Karsch, M., student, Flat River Junior College ...................... Farmington Knowles, Lester, student, Flat River Junior College ........................ Esther, Lang, Louise, student, Randolph-Macon College ...................... Farmington. Meyer, Isabelle, student, Flat River Junior College .................. Farmington Myers, Edith, bookkeeper, Bank of Farmington ....... .....-....Farmington Ryan, Lillian ...................................................................................... Farmington, Sides, Carl, student, Ozark Business College .............................. Farmington Smith, Sadie Mae, student nurse, Missouri Baptist Sanatorium..St. Louis Swink, J. O., student, Flat River Junior College ........................ Farmington 1 Tetley, Mary, Mrs. Lehman Branning ........................................ Farmington, VVhiitier, Frances, clerk ....................,.................,................................. St. Louis Williams, Marcia Lee, student, Ozark Business College .......... Farmington uIun1:n1un-n1lu--u1u.1:g1ul.-uu1nn1nn1nu-nn1nn-f. I-.gg1.q1.p..l.1.g1.g1lp-.niq--..l1..1gl in M 0 Mo M o Mo M 0 Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo M0 Mo 1nfn W '!' i 1 1 I ! i 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l l 1 1 l NI' .5OOoxrcmu14sc,.i 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Z2 73. 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36. 37 38 39 40 42 THE KEDYRO CAN YOU IMAGINE Tiny Tucker weighing 98 pounds? "Bon without "Bob"? "Bob" without "Bo',? Bus not arguing? Dave wearing Number 4 shoes? Doodle not reading a love story? Lucy not mocking a teacher? Mag making an E on her French notebook? Preacher without a guitar? Margie not smiling? Bowlegs Bowling knowing her Physics lesson? Byrd having two friends at once? Melba satisfied with her looks? Herbie studying for five minutes? Flossie without her Buick? Myrtle flirting with the boys? Shrimp Bugg six feet tall? Beulah Rhodes using a lipstick? jim Halbert not talking? Fuzzie not having his aritmetic? Billie not wanting a comb? Zeke not wanting to argue about the K. K. K.? Ava not loving her teachers? Edith not boasting? Shrimp Beatty without her idol in her dorene? Velma not wanting to go to England? Alva vampish and undignified? Hayden without her glasses? Cecelia unsophisticated? Zell failing on a Curtis test? Madelyn very quiet and exceedingly shy? Dink Hawn without her wad of gum and Happy? Mr. Haile letting the girls talk in the hall? Mr. Johns chewing gum? 3 Mrs. Newman pronouncing a word wrong? Mrs. Harlan not teaching Math? Miss Raines with bobbed hair? Miss Ross not wanting her pupils to sing a song "once again"? Mrs. Williams not being in earest? Miss Evans not teaching housekeeping arts? Miss Huss telling her age? km1-u1un1llzllill1In1ul1lk1l1gg1pu-q 1gnigq1lp1gpqgiu1gg 78 I THE KEDYRO +lITllIillillillTlllT T TUUTIWT"lTl'Tll1'lR'i'I-lillilYllill1llTl!lTllllllllillillillililTllil+ W p ' Ii 7 H 75 X 1 W' fi If V 1 . . ' . A V VJ A y i J MJXJIJVAZ P 1 X F., Indeed Ollice lloy tanxious to go to a football gamej-May I have the afternoon 4-ff, sir? My grand-1 5, Employer-Oh, yes, l've heard that before. Your grandmother died' last week. Office Boy-Yes. sir, but-my grandfather is getting married againfthis afternoon. - it Hard on Teeth Q, Mistress-Oh?Cook, be sure and put plenty of nuts in the cake. Cook-You don't catch 1ne cooking no more nuts today, l've nearly broke my jaw already. A V To Be in Style t- :haf New llutler-At what time, Sir, would you wish to dine as a rule?+xiQ Profiteer-VVhat time do the best people dine? A New llutler-At different times, Sir. Proliteer-Very well then I too, will dine at different times. With Pleasure "l say, Taxi, l've got enough change to pay the exact fare. D'you mind taking a cheque for the tip ?" ia I Doubt It She-VVhen one is really thirsty there is nothing so good asz ptireggicolcl water. if He-I guess l've never been really thirsty. Q55 Forethought y Urchin fcontemptuouslyj-Huh! Yer mother takes in washinglf Neighbor-XVell yer didn't s'pose she'd leave it hangin' out overnight unless your faver was in prison. did yer? :Primm-In-1nw1lu1ll1ll11u1uu1 1 1nu1uu1ul1un-- -- 1:11:1 illill-ll-ll1ul-il-nfs T H E K E D Y R O 79 tPa1fnn-ll1nl--nl1al1la-ul1ul1n1u:1n1ll1nv-ll- -n1ln11u1nn1nu-1I--un'1ll1ll1ll1ll11l1n1il::Qu Real Often "I suppose your landlord asks a lot for the rent of this place? "A lot! He asks me for it nearly every Week." Encouraging He-My train goes in fifteen minutes. Can you not give me one ray of hope before I leave you forever? She-Er-that clock is half an hour fast. ---i 1 Changing Places "They say that she was his stenographer before marriage." "She has evidently reversed the order of things." b "How so ?" "She does the dictation now." Can You Beat It? Claiming Acquaintance Chimmie-Dat's McCoker, de heavy-weight, me cousin used ter go ter school wid'n1. 7 Billie-Dat ain't nuthin'-me brudder hod t'ree front teet' knocked out by'm onct. Sympathy The Tabby Cat-'E am just heart-broken! Thod six of the loviest kittens, and they went and gave one away! The Parrot-VVasn,t it too bad of them to go and break the set? In Use Mrs, Toodheart-I am soliciting for the poor. Wfhat do you do with your cast-offgclothing? Mr. Harding-I hang them up carefully and go to bed. Then I put them on again in the morning. The Idea The Stage Manager-Now then we're all ready, run up the curtain. The New Hand-VVat yer talkin' about-"run up the curtain"-think I'm a bloomin' squirrel? ' His Reputation Waitress-He ain't no good, Lil-he's one of these fellers wot chooses the price first an' then runs his fingers along the bill of fare to see wot he gets for it. Not Restricted "That gentleman, who is being introduced to Miss Banks, is a fine thinker." - V .....................-.,.......- .....,......,.-...... ....................................4. THE KEDYRO 81 Qu ll1ll-'ll'-lliii' -nl1ml1ll:-n1ll1ln-ll1n1n1lnill-oll1ll1-ll1ls!l "Which is he, a bachelor or a widower ?" How Strange Lady-What's the matter with your hand, my little man? Boy-Sawed the top of my finger off. Lady-Dear me, how did you do that? Boy-Sawing. Correct Prof. Haldaman-When do you spray trees for fungous disease? Alma Coffman-Why-er-a-ah in early spring, about june. Ast it Sounds Miss Raines-Translate this sentence: Caesar sic dicat ierke cur Egressie lictumf' Stalling-then asks neighbor boy, who answers: VVhat Luck Miss Raines-Give the principal parts of the verb to love. Stalling-Then asks neighbor boy, who answers: Darned if I know, Darned if I knoware, Darned if I knowtus a urn. "Can I hold your Palm Olive P" "Not on your Life Buoy. Then my Lux against me." Suspense The sofa sagged in the center, The shades were pulled just so, The family had retired, The parlor light burned low. There came a sound from the Sofa, As the Clock was striking two. And the Freshette slammed her text-book, With a thankful-"Well, I'm thru." Too Bad The young man, dancing with a girl to whom he had just been introduced, remarked with the best of intentions, but rather unfortunately: "That's the new waltz my sister was raving about. I think it's pretty bad. I expect she danced it with somebody rather nice." Not Yet, But Soon Tourist-Have you any cold meat? Waiter-Well, we have some nearly cold, sir. n1ul1ll1n-nl-up-gl-...inin-ql1q.1qp1u1nl-ulQ.q:1n1lp1lpq-ql-.n'g j J' f YOU W W 0 Q II ' A ' Wx ' f 'x K ,M QL ' fl X dh- N , , f if- -"' "1" ' Q ' N new N. I M ' , f X' W 15a M , lqln Q X Q K X X mm X ' ' xxx WP NM ffl KWYYLMIMNN KX umfx 52? xwkvf ' A - .1 X Y ' l MY WISH TO THE STUDENTS OF THE FARMINGTON HIGH SCHOOL For the years to come may the mem- ory of your school mates and their . friendship, last as long as the photos made by R. E. HOLTZWART Proprietor of the Gem Studio FARMINGTON, MISSOURI MAKER OF FINE PORTRAITS "Oldest Bank in the County" Establisher A. D. 1886 BANK OF FARMINGTON FARMINGTON, MISSOURI CAPITAL 350,000.00 SURPLUS 350,000.00 UN DIVIDED PROFITS 575,000.00 A Strong, Progressive, Friendly Insti- tution that Wants to help you to succeed. Compensation Isaac and Moses dined in a restaurant that was new to them, and were pained by the amount of the check. Moses began to complain, but Isaac hushed him, "Shi l haf the spoons in my pocket." Ordinary Parent-I should like you to have good in your report, and not always fair. Young Hopeful-I daresay you would, Dad. But you see I'm an ordi- nary boy of ordinary parents and that's an ordinary report. Danger One foot in the grave and the other slipping. Possibility Mrs. Newman-Madelyn, aren't you rather ashamed of yourself? Madelyn-VVell, Mrs. Newman,'I Wasn't. But now that you've suggested it, I am. Making and Taking Prof. johns-Vtfell, Zeke, what did you make in conduct this time? Zeke-I made 99, but they gave me 86 on my report card. :Isl-an--ln 111--:1111 nl-nn-ul1n--u--n ixiii- nuilu-uiuuzln-uxnla p T H E K E D Y R O 85 chic111111111lo1ll1nl-ul1tn1uu1nl1nn1nn-In -111-1111--..1q1--lug-..q.1q.1gg1g.1..1q.1gp.1.gIg ' A Radio Wedding The new idea of being married by radio has led to so much confusion that several states have been constrained to declare it illegal. We commend such action, for it is difficult to imagine a more unsatisfactory performance. just listen in on the next radio marriage you hear of and you will probably be regaled by a ceremony something like this: Minister-Do you, William, wee-zow-bing whistle-rum-ta-ta-ta-whee-e- e-e- take this maid, Miss Eloise butter closed firm at 42 with Texas Oil to be your lawfully fair and warmer to-morrow in northern part of and to keep and cherish her until the children's story this evening will be a fable of the woodchuck played by the Schoonville Symphony Orchestra. Answer-I shake a little shimmy on the shores of Kankakee. Minister-And do you, Eloise Stritt-castor oil and orange juice in equal parts is one of the best remedies for children's snap-snap-snap-buzz bang- whe-e-e-take this bed time story this evening by Clarence silos should always be open at the top, to be your lawfully wedded Xylophone solo by Sousa's band in the novel march program. Answer-Jazzbo Sam in Alabam. Miinster-I therefore pronounce you man and Clover College Glee Club in a program of cheese quoted at Z8 cents a pound in prevent forest fire on your fishing trip by the Swiss Yodelers. KARSCHQS SHOE STORE Established 1871 EVERYTHING IN FOOTWEAR FARMINGTON, MISSOURI We Hope that the Farmington Schools will Always Maintain its Present Efficiency. FARMINGTON LAUNDRY MORRIS BROTHERS FARMINGTON, MISSOURI Exclusive Local Agents for MJ ACK TAR TOGS" Middies, Skirts, Khaki and Tweed Knickers Plan for the great outdoors-these Jack Tar Togs will be seen everywhere this sum- mer-on the hike, in the summer camp, and in the car. "Rub 'em, Tub 'em, Scrub 'em, they come up smiling." FARMERS BANK CAPITAL 350,000.00 SURPLUS 340,000.00 The Bank with two kinds of Interest -Personal and Four Per Cent Pessimism Miss Raines fto her French Classl-Here it is Monday and tomorrow will be Tuesday and the next day will be NVednesday. The whole Week half gone and nothing done. Fifty-fifty "VVell, Mollie, how do you like your new teacher? "I half like her, and I half don't like her. But I think I half don't like her the most." Friday the 13th Prof. Haldaman-Firman, when do you inoculate the soil for planting alfalfa? Jerry Cmisunderstanding a kind friend trying to tell him "a dry dayuj- On Friday, Mr. I-Ialdaman. HIFI! Doodle VVilliams-I proposed to that girl and would have married her if it hadn't been for what she said. E. J.-And what did she say? Doodle-NO. aiu-ll1ln1u-:alumina 11111 1 1 1 -- 1ii11 11111 I L-.i'.i"1I+ THE KEDYRO 89 in1'p-nin1n-Is1u..1nn1un.1ln1lu1nn1-n-lu-ln--.......1.....g.1..1.u.1 1...-l.1g.1.q1 .1 1,111+ Really Optimist-Cheer up, old man, things aren't as had as they seem. Pessimist-No, hut they seem so. Oh! "I hear you've taken up golf. XVhat do you go round in "VVell, usually in a sweater." l.l...l- Fu Same Old Stall Kenly Uugg rushed into English and said: "Miss Newman, I had my lesson all written out, but my three year old sister tore it all to pieces." Mrs. Newman-Strange, one so young should he ahle to read. Tender Memories Miss Huss to E. McKinney-E. J., tell me where shingles were first used. E. J.-I can, hut I'd rather not. I To Be Sure Mr. Haldaman-How should eggs he put on the market? Harold Duncan-Fresh, of course. QUALITY GROCERIES Service - Satisfaction A CLEAN STORE - A CLEAN STOCK PROMPT SERVICE - A SQUARE DEAL We Thank You for Your Patronage KLEIN GROCER CO. FARMINGTON, MISSOURI Fon THE BEST IN UNEXCELLED FOUNTAIN SERVICE Sunday Dinners - Noon Lunches - After School Lunches - Eats of All Kinds Candies, Tobaccos, Victrolas and Victor Records Telephone 286 or Visit THE BLUE LANTERN SHOPPE FARMINGTON, MISSOURI O. K. EVANS M. C. SIMMS Yells hhf6'l'C Wooly. lYe're rough like a saw, l'llll'lllll'lgtOll High School, Raw! Raw! Raw! XYhen you'rc up, you're up. XYhen you'1'e down, y0u're clown. XYhen you're up against Farmington, You're upside clown. One a zippa, two a zippa, Three a zippa zain, Four :I zippa, tive a zippa, lJon't give Zl razzle-dazzle. Fight and sqnabhle. Rip! Zip! llani! Farmington High School, Beat us if you can. lin A ' fT2T"u X" II, r 'Ili ' I H Wg qg, ., ,, ,W , I ...II -I 'F FII' 5 '- A-L44 I--,- "I- . It I. sb ,mlm . wiv VACATION TIME IS KODAK TIME Our Stores are the headquart- ers in this county for Kodaks and Kodak Finishing. THE DAVIS MUSIC STORES Farmington Flat River R. L. Allen, President Ed. Helber, Vice-President W. L. Bess, Cashier Thos. Stam, Vice-President ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY BANK FARMINGTON, MISSOURI .3 .3 .S Solicits your banking business. Insured against burglary. This is the bank with the Savings De- partment. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. DIRECTORS Thos. H. Stam E. E. Swink R. L. Allen Ed. Helber Dock Mackley S. J. Tetley E. J. Harrington ESTABLISHED 1897 One, two, three, four, Three, two, one, four. VVho are we for? Farmington. Rickety, Rickety russ, XVe're not allowed to cuss. llut nevertheless, we must confess, 'I'here's nothing the matter with us. Strawberry short cake, Gooseberry pie. V-i-c-t-o-r-y. Are we in it? Are we in it? VVell I should guess. Farmington High School Yes! yes! yes! VVe're wild, Farmington Mercantile Co. Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE 9- al Telephone No. 10 FARMINGTON, MO. Your Patronage Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed Ice Cream Confectionery MQKIN N EY'S SODA FOUNTAIN Bakery Fancy Groceries Hardware Paints Sporting Goods New Perfection Oil Stoves Farmington Hardware Co. Phone 388 Complete Line of ELECTRICAL GOODS When in Trouble call our Repair Department J iIfl1I1li6S Service Station 'We Greet You With a Smile" Red Crown Gasoline Polarine Oil CARL M. SWINK Manager Phone 328 - 228 CITY DRUG STORE Lawrence Sz VVhite The REXALL Store Farmington, Mo. Phone 17 The Farmington . News The Famous Varlety Store St. Francios County's , Premier Newspaper Palace of Bargains S1.50 a Year in Advance To Let Him Know Tiny Tucker-I'm writing to let Fred know I didn't mean what I said in my last letter. Goldie-W'hat did you say in your last letter? Tiny-That I didn't mean what I said in the one before. Extravagance Mary Bowling-Yes, the doctor saved my life. but it cost me over a thousand dollars. May Hoehn-VVhat extravagance! Why . llus Pelty-I say, Row, can I borrow your racer? Bow-Of course, why ask? lius-VVell, I couldn't find the beastly thing. On the Referee Velma-Lucy, are you Coming to our game tonight? Lucy-I don't know, who's going to referee, is he fair? Velma-No, honey, he is a brunette. :fain--no-un1un1uu1nu1un1ln-un1nu- - 11:-nn-ll-ni .-. 11111--1 -- 1ll1l+ THE KEDYRO 95 glgq.-gpn-q1..1.g1n..n.-n1g....,..-.Iini..1.11.1-...1I.-...1ql1l'1.'-.nn1u1n-.n-.n-. ... .1,.1.+ Naturally Beulah Rhodes fTalking to photographerj-just what do you mean by retouching the pictures? Photographer-W'ell, now, you see if a person has freckles, pimples or small blemishes, I- Beulah Cquicklyj-Oh, yes, I see, you put them on. Complaints "VVould you like a lock of my hair?,' asked the gallant old bachelor of the Spinster, who had been a belle a few decades past. "Why donit you offer me the whole wig?" the maiden lady gibed with a titter. The bachelor retorted with icy disdain: "You are very biting, madain, considering that your teeth are porcelain." Blockhead Beulah Beatty-I got a splinter in my finger. Cecelia-You ought to have more sense than scratch your head. She-And what would you be now if it weren't for my money? H e-A bachelor. Young lVIen's Styles I specialize in clever models for young men and build the snap in them. Made-to-your measure S35 to 3545. Fine Wors- teds and Cashmeres. Call and look them over. Fred J. Gierse "Maker of Good Clothes" Dry Cleaning - Steam Pressing Phone 302 The Bonnet Shop Style With Economy W'hatever your millinery needs -The Bonney Shop can serve you. Many Materials Scores of Styles Up to the minute in fashion at reasonable prices. "No two hats alike." MISS EASTHEAN, Prop. 96 T H E K E D Y R O nit:-lu-In-an-nnilu--un-uni 1ln-1nr-nn-n111ni:n--,..-gli..-...1..-.Ip-.H1.,1...-I1 ... 1 ,...1,,,'. "VVhat this country needs is more production." "VVhat this country needs,', replied Farmer Corntassel, "is less talk about what it needs and more enthusiasm about delivering the goods." Film Fever Nurse-You were very naughty in church, Tiny. Do you know where little boys and girls go to who don't put their pennies in the collection? Tiny-Yes, Nurse, to the picture show. Doctor-You are a great deal better this morning. I see you followed my directions and-what, you haven't taken any of the medicine? Patient-No, it said on the label, "Keep bottle tightly corkedf' Magistrate-Can't this case be settled out of court? Mulligan-Sure, sure, that's what we were trying to do, your honor, when the police interfered. Never Miss One Elder Sister-Oh, you fancy yourself very wise, I dare sayg but I could give you a wrinkle or two. Younger Sister-No doubt-and never miss them. Fresh Every Sunrise Silver Slice Bread REMEMBER at sg is HENDERSON? always Miller SZ Wlchman "Reliable Merchandise" Phone 100 Farmington, Mo. Suits Made to Order Prices Reasonable Repairs and Cleaning Properly Done HERMAN TRAUERNICHT Merchant Tailor and Clothier Satisfaction Guaranteed The City Garage Mayberry, Byington 8: Tullock Proprietors iii 'P Automobile and Truck Service Day and Night Dealers in Coal and Wood Phone 123 Misunderstood Mistress-lJo11't call them jugs, Mary, they're ewers. Maid-Uh, thank you, nia'am, and all them little basins mine, too? Kloseman-I didn't see you in church last Sunday. Keen--No doubt, I took up the collection. Dad fsternlyl-Where were you last night? Son-Oh, just riding around with some of the boys. Dad-XVell, tell 'em not to leave their hairpins in the car. Not in the Business 'Tm not quite sure about your washing-machine. Will you demonstrite it again? "No, Madam, we only do one week's washingf' "Lay down, pup, lay down. Thatis a good doggie, lay down, I tell you "Mister, you'll have to say, 'lie down,' he's a Boston Terrier." A caller was told by an Irish maid that her mistress was out, "Are you sure?" persisted the visitor. "Would you doubt the lady's own word?" indignantly replied the mud +l1el1:1ll1l1:: pg-nz' ii- -..,:p-qp1.g1...-.,i.. -41111.-l.1.gl-mp1.p1'p-. 1 ini.,-.1 4. GEORGE C. FORSTER Dealers of Building INSURANCE AGENCY Material of Quality g A I HAZEL B. FORSTER Agent Fire, Tornado, Plate-Glass and Automobile Insurance I LANG MFG. CO. , I Manufacturers of the i Office in Farmers Bank Bldg. Phones 22 and 334 I Insure Any and Everything Renown Lange Wagon I "You are chargedf, said the magistrate, "with talking back at an officer. Have you anything to say?" "No, indeed, you honor," said the culprit, "l've already said too much." lie-Hows yer husband? She-lle's underground now. He-Oh, I didn't know it, poor man! She-Indeed, he's got a good job in the subway. "I see neighbor Jones has just passed through bankruptcy." "VVell, I knew he was traveling extensively, but I didn't know in what part of the country." out. Pat-XVhere did you get that medal? Mike-For bravery. Pat-What did you do that was brave? Mike-Married a widow and seven children. Mary Ann-I came to tell you, Mum, that the gasoline stove has gone Mistress-VVell, light it again. Mary Ann-I can't, sure, it went out through the roof. li lillill--gg13.1..1q.1n1l.i.l1ql1g.-.gp-n.-5111.145-get ANOTHER RADIO BROADCAST Call Station 176 for Books - Stationery Sporting Goods School Supplies Favor Prizes and Every- thing New from Everywhere x QL N Pelty's Book Store Farmington, Mo. Sehramm Bottling SI Creamery Co. Manufacturers of Soda Water - Ice - Ice Cream and "Clover Leaf" Butter Dealers in All Kinds of Coal Kind Lady-Never mind, sir, you'll have an upright judge to try you Criminal-The devil, ma'am, l don't want an upright judge, but one that will lean a little. "Oh, Clarence," exclaimed Mrs. McBride, as her brother entered the house, "baby's cut a tooth!" "VVhy do you let her play with knives ?', asked her bachelor brother. "VVhen Mr. Smith died he left all he had to the orphan asylum." "Indeed, that was nice of him. Vlfhat did he leave F" "His twelve children." Sentinel Qon guardj-Halt! Who comes there? The Colonel-Fool! Sentinel-Advance, fool, and give the countersign. Once Too Often "Yes, dear, I'm going out tonight. I've been asked to take supper with an old comrade in arms." "By the way, darling, how many men did your regiment have?'y QM:-u1lo1u1 lillinnilnils-rule 11:11:11 -- ..--.zu-1.-.111 11111111.1111 -.11i1111.1u1 11. + THE KEDYRO 101 u-1no1lh-n-ao1l!-d-I.-qu.-qp-.II1ql.1l..1q.1qp1u1u1.ql-1.11-illgnlg Mother-It is rude to whisper, son. Son fage iivel-I was just saying what a funny nose that man's got. So you see it would have been much ruder to have said it aloud. Second Burglar-Oh, say, wasn't that robbery? He-by the by, talking of old times, do you remember that occasion when I made such an awful fool of myself? She-VVhich? The Ant-VVe1l, we've struck! The Gnat-What for? The Ant-Longer hours. 'Wife Cat upper windowj-"Where you bin .this hour of the night ?" "I've bin at me union, considerin' this 'ere strike." "VVell-you can stay down there and consider this 'ere lock-out." Irate Parent-XVhile you stood at the gate bidding my daughter good- niht, did it ever dawn upon you-1 The Suitor-Certainly not, sir! I never stayed as late as that. FARMINGTON Remember Christmas, Birthdays - Anniversaries GARAGE and visit s s s Robert Tetley Bring us your cars for re- Jewehiy CU' pairment of quality. Our mechanics give ultra ser- vice and satisfaction at Jewelry of Sterling reasonable prices. Quality Farmington, Mo. ZQD QQWQEXJJQJ fic! FINIS fav pr f w BENTON REVIEW SHOP ,.w ,' sv ' , . Af! 2 u nl' .-Ilia . 5. x'f'f". 'gf-W ' -an -ww .. ? . vf -if L L , , M, , 3111 .4 -,,, , ,. .-- By N ,N 1 4- ,-v, ,- 4.. Q Qs, I if f i-F ' .11 Nl. Db '-Yr AA WSH 4'- -'fu b- la r E 5 1 lug firm - .nurfu 1.m.,x,---aqscnvg p. -..-znwr A 4. : -gals: f f: 'E F E ? , fi 4- 5 5 5 N I E K Si rs ii Q w 5 3 K. E ni 3 E m I E E s a rf' i F E N S 3 E x IM L. an H lm- --,--4..,....,L- , ,,....,.,.q,,1- -Y-. -4- --YV.-.,..T,...,,:.?,..,, 'HZ ' . . . "S'?"5-r "-.""' f ,-1-if


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