Field Kindley High School - New Direction Yearbook (Coffeyville, KS)
- Class of 1929
Page 1 of 102
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Vow In appreciation and remembrance of that building 592
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About to be turned out without remorse,
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QW Its place in our hearts can ne'er be filled 54
BA By any new school they may build.
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hd For C. H. S. and our beloved seers:
Our school, our class. our pleasant days
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Our high school days have passed away
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BA The Senior iss of '29
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AOA To enter the bigger game,
EOE Ixlag wehrixgiember every rule
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Hd President ..VV ..7. ..V. ,77V... C H A RLES MITCHELL
Yice President . VV .. ....... DONALD BENEPIEL
reasurer .,v.V.,,... .. .,v.,....L..,, MARY EDSALL VV
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In September. 1927, our brave knights and fair ladies entered ye castle of C. H. S.
dazed by the glory and magnificance of their new surroundings. However. we soon recovered, U
gathered around the Round Table, and decided that Sir Thomas Stanbery should be our leader.
Vg I Our knights-errant and gentle dames entered enthusiastically into all tournaments and
O Jousts which took place in the court, bringing fame and honor to our class. Thus, our first VW
poo year ended victoriously. md
N In the fall of 1928- we returned to this castle of learning to continue the quest for
knowledge. The goodly knight chosen as our leader for our second year was Charles Mitchell. U
He has ably guided us as ta class. for this year has been even more successful. We defeated all
opponents in the yearly King and Queen contest and elected Eugene Brown as King of Chivalry pq
L-L, and Valor and Mary Edsall as Queen of Love and Beauty. 50,4
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B041 ' The annual Junior play, "The Goose Hangs High." which was a noteworthy ach-
KOH ICVQMCHI. proved to a greater extent the abilities of our knights and ladies.
Thus. our second year at court is ended. but we shall return to gain knowledge for
UQ ourselves and to work for the honor of our high school.
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Vice President .. DOROTHY MCMICHALEI.
Secretary .. ., . 7 JIMMH5 DUNCAN
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KQV Sponsor .,AA, . Miss Evi5Li'N tistisiz 54
54 In the fall of 1928 the drawbridge was lowered and we passed into the castle of
C. H. S. at first as loyal subjects but later to become worthy knights and ladies.
DU With the choosing of our leaders. we became firmly established as a part of the Court
and resolved to live up to the high standards set by our noble Upper Classmen, We began the V02
90:1 season with a royal gathering in the Woods of the Cline Estate. sq
E3 We sought distinction in all of the school activities. As a result, many have gained QA
B04 places at the Round Table, having shown their ability in Debate, Music, Athletics, Scholar-
ship, and Club work. Edgar Cooper has been chosen as Captain of next year's Football
Team. It is unusual that this honor should come to a Sophomore. In the King and Queen
U contest and the Annual sale, the Sophomores impressed the rest of the school with their pep
I and enthusiasm. Eighty per cent of the students on the high honor roll for the first semester V5
'-6 were Sophomores. 5A
ga Although "our laurels are yet to be won." we shall endeavor to set a new record dur- Koi
503 ing our journey through this Land of Knowledge. Z
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Vice President ,..,,, ., A., ,,77, . E ZRA STANLEY
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54 On January 25, 1929, sixty-eight youthful knights and ladies entered the realm of E
C. H. S.
Uninitiated as we were to the mysteries of court procedure, we were the target for V
many jcsts of the older members of the court. Despite this fact. we pledged our allegiance and
gg vowed to perform in knightly fashion all the deeds that confronted us. The first opportunity
AOA we had to display our pep and integrity was in the King and Queen contest and in the sale of
Purple Cs. We soon proved that we could meet the standards of the other classes.
U We have enthusiastically and energetically participated in all school events and feel
Q.: that already we have become an indispensable part of the high school. We hopefully trust
E02 that our remaining years will be filled with pleasure and success, and that our class will bring
many honors to C. H. S. E
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kd The purpose of the Hi-Y is "To create. maintain. and extend, throughout the school Voz
503 and community, high standards of Christain character." Effort has been made throughout the 5"
year to attain the following objectives: develop those traits of personality which are conceded
to be desirable in a leading good citizen: build up the Hi-Y to include a membership of every
boy in high school: cooperate with the state and national organizations.
VOYI Since the beginning of the school year the membership of the Hi-Y Club has increased
three fold. Affiliation with the state and national organizations has been accomplished. Q
BA At the district conference at Neodesha last fall there were twelve delegates from the lo-
cal club. At the Southeast Kansas conference at Iola in January, five delegates succeeded in U
U placing third in a competitive efficiency contest between the various Hi-Y Clubs represented.
'-is The Hi-Y Club is always ready for service. It co-operates with other organizations QA
KOA in rendering service to school and community. It has an admirable record of such service and
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Un Vice President, ,.,.. ..........,,..,., C ORINNE DICK
504 Secretary ..,.eeee....ee, e,,.... L ORENA DAESCHNER 75
poq Treasurern.. ....,e.e..ee.. ,......., B LENDENA KELSO A4
SA Program Chairman .,.,, ..,,.... F RANGES RINEY
Social Chairman .....,,,,,. .,,......... M ARY SHRUM
Social Service Chairman ,,.., .......,,...... , ,.,A,,,.,,.. ......,Y N E LLIE FERGUSON U
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Vo Program ,,,.,,,,. .....,,, C ARRIE G. WEBB
S2 Social .r.r , .,e,,rr ,,,, ..,....., E VELYN ESTER
Membership ,,,...,,,,,.. ....... C ARRIE WEAVER
Finance ,,,w,..,,.,,,,,..,,,,,, ....,,,.. H ELEN GLASER U
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The Girl Reserves, a club for girls of the high school, is an organization known
throughout the nation.
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tee. real training in business, for the members of "Reserves" rovide their own bud et for the
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AOA Club" was organized and sponsored by the Girl Reserves. The spiritual life has been fostered
through the special worship programs.
'Tis the aim of the club to send each year a representative group of girls to the Mid- U
Winter and Summer camp conferences. These conferences always serve as a training school for
ll Girl Reserves. The discussion of life's problems, the conferences vesper services, and special Q
QQ ceremonials leave a lasting imprssion.
E03 The Girl Reserves are finding and giving their best to their club, home, school, and com-
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U G Perhaps one of the greatest honors which any high school student can attain is mem- U U
hership in the National Honor Society. Members of this organization are those students who V
VOY1 rank high with respect to the ideals of the society-scholarship, leadership. character, and serv-
X53 ice. The members are elected upon the recommendation of the faculty.
The first election from a class may occur in the second semester of the junior year, when U
five per cent may be elected. Members of the class of '29 who were chosen at that time are: U5
ELT' Mary Shrum. Betty lse. Lucy Craig. Bill Beine. and Harry Akers. The next election comes at ..
, lu, the end of the first semester of the second year at which time John Drake, Paul Brainard,
iirank liebert, and Albert Wilson were elected.
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E3 Les Americains Francais has just completed a successful second year, The club is spon- sd
VW sored by Miss Pauline Scheutz of the faculty and is composed of those students interested in 502
Bod the French language.
D U At the meetings on alternate Mondays, several interesting programs consisting of French U H
music. French games, and the study of French customs have been given. V
B94 The college and high school French clubs held a French vesper service during the Christ- V03
mas vacation. The songs, talks. and scripture readings were all given in French. During the B
Y V Mardi Gras season a French cabaret consisting of two short plays and several musical numbers,
hd was enjoyed. U
t.Li I.es Americains Francais has stimulated interest in French customs, languages, and man'
E03 ners. lt hopes to maintain its present high place among the organizations of our school. yoj
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E3 Presidente de la comision de programas - - RUTH C. PRICE
El club de espanol. El Espejo de Espana, es una de las sociedades mas antiguas y mas U
afortunadas de la escuela superior. El ano mil novecientos veinte y nueve ha sido un ano mas
Eg prospero que nunca por el club. E02
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Ld La directora del club es la simpatica profesora de espanol, la senorita Muriel Mitchell. B4
Nos felicitamos en tener la senorita Mitchell porque habla el castellano como si fuera su propio
PQ En la sesion primera elegimos los funcionarios siguientes: Virgil Crow, presidente: Lo- V05
aw rcna Daeschncr, vice-presidente: Billie Kaplan, secretaria y tesorerag Ruth Price, presidente de SA
5Q la comision de programas. 503
G ' El club se reune todos los lunes a las nueve y media. La secretaria llama la lista de las
socios y contestamos con algun proverbio o chiste en espanol. Despuesvhay un programa. Uno
Vu dc los programas mas mteresantes fue presentado por la senorita McNulty, que acaba de volver Vofl
Q4 de Puerto Rico. Nos dijo muchas cosas interesantisimas de la isla, las costumbres, y el idioma 34
gg de los puertorriquenos. Otro programa intersante fue presentado por unas senoras mejicanas B02
de esta ciudad.
I En las reuniones tambien cantamos muchas canciones espanolas e hispanoamericanas:
Lupita. La cucaracha, La pcrla, Borinquen, Cielito lindo, Serenata de Pierrot, Adelita, y otras 7
B04 Todos esperamos que el club pueda continuarse el ano que viene porque las reuniones
del club nos llevan lejos de los libros y "amo. amas, ama," y llegamos a las ciudades de Espana.
U A las montanas de Chile. a las pampas de la Argentina, y a las islas pintorescas del Mar Caribe.
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Treasurer ......., ......................,........e........ R EBECCA FLEMING
Yell I.23Cl2l'S. ...,,....,.Y EVELYN TIBBENS, KATHERINE KOEHNE
Sponsor ..,........ ....,.......,..........,....,..,... M ISS HELEN GLASER
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The newest organization in C. H. S. is that of the "Tornado Tillies," Girls' Pep Club,
with Miss Helen Glaser as sponsor. This organization is composed of sixteen active members U
4 chosen from the different classes as being representative of the type who carry out the motto. I
"Persistent Promoters of Pep." There is also an associate membership of thirty-five from Q
Q3 which group vacancies will be filled for next years' active membership. KOA
70N The club made its real debut at the Coffeyville-Independence Thanksgiving football
B4 game. The day was rainy, but the clouds were forgotten when this bright array of purple and
gold made its appearance on the gridiron. The girls drilled over the muddy field for the glory
of C. H. S. in spite of the rain.
The "Tillies" attended all home games and many games played out of town. Their
V03 bus trips to Parsons, Caney, Cherryvale and Independence were events to be remembered in Q62
L years to come. As a conclusion to the football season, the Tillies sponsored the Athletic Ban- V
QQ quet given in Memorial hall, which was one of the most successful of its kind ever given.
Another duty was to usher at all school functions and at senior and junior plays. The
pep girls were also given charge of the ticket selling and ushering for the Mantell-Hamper
Shakespearean Plays. This was so well managed that they were asked to sell tickets to the col-
lege play, "The Tailor Made Man." 7,
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Vow the visiting debaters, coaches and judges. 5-
The "Tillies" had no precedent this year. and if what folks say amounts to anything.
' the "Tillies" have made a big success of their infancy. U U
M U A high school needs just such a group and we hope they will continue their good work
in stimulating the right kind of pep to make Coffeyville High School one of the most outstand- V
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L-t REBECCA FLEMING MART EDSALL RUTH BRITTON E
Ev GRE1-CHEN WILLIAMS MARX SHIBLER KATHERINE KOEHNE
A KATHRYN MURRAY CATHERINE WATKINS ALMA WILSON
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TVTISS TNIZZ HENRY
The Shorthand Club was organized March l4. l'?Z7. with the name of "Merry
Stenosf' This club has been sponsored all three years by Miss Henry of the Commerce depart-
ment. The prime object of the organization is to interest the students in the promotion of
shorthand, but in order to be eligible a student must have average grades in all subjects.
Meetings are held on Monday evenings every two weeks, alternating business and social.
The meetings are well attended, and a great deal of interest has been shown,
The social meetings consisted of parties. weinie roasts. picnics. line parties and ti banquet
at the end of the year, Business meetings consisted of talks on the business problems along the
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504 To vary the usual custom, the Purple 'C' staff this year planned a new QQ'
V02 type of contest to choose the King and Queen of the annual. Each class col-
lected pennies, the one having the largest total of pennies electing its represen-
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ZOE pages Mr. Eugene Brown and Miss Mary Edsall of the Class of '30, as King
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Under the splendid leadership of the new supervisor of music. Mr. H. M. Temple,
U U the high school orchestra enjoyed a very successful year.
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Katherine Watkins I FLUTE FRENCH HORN
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L.l.l Dolores Horrell Erret Adcock TYMPANI
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U U The Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs and the mixed chorus, the latter a combination of the
first two, took a prominent part in Coffeyville's representation at the Verdigris Valley Music W
goq contest held at Independence, March 22. Eg
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54 three. The Boys' Cmlee Club placed third, the string quartet, second: and the orchestra, third.
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Ethyl Beatrice Fry Reba Brittain Charles Mitchell
Kathryn Kemper Eloise Lambe Alfred Rouse
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Dorothy Beal Ita eu an S B111 Decker
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"Out of the city C1 blast of music peal'd." 1
The Coffeyville Boys' Band is novy playing in its eighth successful
V year. The band began functioning immedrately when school started, and WGS EQ
L42 therefore ready to add its bit of pep to all the football and basketball games. E02
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Band has taken a prominent pari in many community activities, including the U
U G Fal-da-Ral here and the Neewollah celebration at lndependence. Mr. Howard
Temple has directed the band in its excellent achievements. Q2
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BA D vid IMI Ernest Vanmst Qharles Mitchell Ralph Mehl
M1 L ts Jack Klciss Xkfayne Callahan Harold Hudsgn
U U Charles Johnson Edwin Stein Dale Coatney Lee Bakgf
Noah Howard Jack Cooper Harold Effhm V02
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Jlsk lsham Carl Akers Paul Brzmdyoerry Wade Hastings BA
BA -Mlm Mflhlfl' Bert Belt Pall! Kyser 1, Albert Hastings
Erret Adcock Vx-'illard Perry S:ffSiC?fgliiY'more Vglney Paul
K'nneth Craham Bill, Noel M -, ,
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. . Jack Blur Franklin Garxerlck I 1,161
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VW Robert Vivers an or FRl:NCH HORNS Ralph DeSha7o Poi
B04 Ralph riumfk CORNHS Em PM ts
EOE S , D . Donald Hindman Dean Russell FLM? BEARER
MOI HOW Albert Wilscwn Kenneth Willis Richard L22
UU Lloyd Ehart George Alderman Merle Michael Eugene Schultz
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V03 "Th: Goose Hangs High," a dramatixation of Lewis Beach's famous novel was pre-
K sented by the Junior Class on December 7, The play deals with the thoughtlessness of the Vs'
VG' modern youth toward the sacrifices of his parents. Miss Mitchell directed the play. which lyzl
54 proved very successful.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Bernard lngals , , ,, , Y ,, , ,,,,, , . Yrrf, . VYYYYY, Alum Haddan V65
liunice lngals YYY, Alma Wilson
Vw Noel Derby , , ,YY, Robert Perry 5011
B04 Leo Day , Morris Htldreth
Rhoda ,, , , V-,KUll7f'fl-HQ Kleiss
Julia Murdoch ,..,fY Adola Fleming U
UG Mrs. Bradley ,,,, H ..,,, Frances Rinetl '
Hugh lngals ,,,, Y,,Y H oward Cronk V
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B94 l.ois lngals Gretrhen lVillz'ams Vow
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Qfgj Dagmar Carroll ,,,,, wMarg June Dale
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On the evening ol' liriday. lielvruary 5, the Senior Class presented. "XVhat Happened Bog
pq to Jones." lhis three-act comedy was the jolliest sort of faree and made a tremendous hit, It
5Q was directed hy Mr, Russel Jones,
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V63 Antony Ciooclly. D. D7 Bishop , , , Noah Hotutzrtl 54
BA Richard Heatherly---Engaged to Marjorie , Charles Johnson
lhonias llolderf A policeman , Glen Dtzuts
Vililliam Bigbcc-Inmate of an asylum ,, Joe Soles
Henri' lfuller- -Superintendent of an asylum , Charles Otzrsler
Nlrs. ClOULllY2El7C11ClCf'S wife , , , , Y, Ruth Brlllon V02
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E94 Marjorie--Datighter of Ebenezer , Imogene Wzllzums
QW lNlinerva4l7aughter ol' lll'J2l1C7tII' , Y Rehn liriltuin
AA Alvine StarlightgMrs. Cioodlys sister W Y, Margaret Ptm'
Y llelma--Swedish servant girl CACIIYJIUIT Krlellel U 5
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502 Assistants Maru Shthler, Jeanette Slumhuugh
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"Held all in a gap-mouthed circle his good mates." 1751
C. H. S, is justly proud of the splendid 1929 record made by the debaters under the
able coaching of Mrs. Evalina Carter. C, H. S. 'l7.
Eight straight victories in the Winfield Tournament, eight in the Verdigris Valley, and I
four in the district and inter-district debates brought the local team consisting of Mary Shrum,
John Drake. Lucille Godard, and Harry Akers. to the championship of the eastern half of VW
INTER-HIGH SCHOOL DEBATES OE 1928-1929 SEASON
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U "And wrought all service with a noble ease." D
wg I Three years ago, midst blare of herald's trumpets, the class of '29 took its place at ,592
bg King Arthur's Round Table. Under the sponsorship of Miss Mattie Macon. , Maynard Qi
P04 Downey was placed at the head of the class: Virgil Crow stood by him in his hours of des-
pair: Mary Shrum kept the class records: while Betty Ise had charge of the purse.
Under this splendid leadership, we balcony decorators went on separate ways in quest
D U of the grail. The path which we have followed has been long and rough, but only a few have Q
given up the quest and drifted- hence. Some found the goal they sought in the field of debate, EQ,
where Mary Shrum and Maynard Downey., with the help of some of the upper class knights, pq
QQ captured the Valley trophy. The first social event of the season was a Hal1owe'en party given B04
bd in the McKinley Qfmlrgasiumf vafdhereghosts and goblins prevailed for the evening. Thus closed
our irst year in t e a s o earning.
U U ln the fall of 1927, we dusted off the downstairs chapel seats, and under the guiding U
hand of Miss Inez Henry. we elected for our leaders: Harry Akers, president: Paul Brainard.
Vg vice-president: Eugene Lash. secretary: Lorena Daeschner, treasurer. Our knights and ladies took poq,
LOA an active part in every phase of school life, including athletics, music, and debate. Following AA
Vg in the steps of our predecessors. we were eager to enter dramatics, so we presented "The Suc- POV
Q4 cessful Calamity," on November 4. It was a financial success. and it was enjoyed by all in at- B4
Five of our knights and ladies succeeded in joining the ranks of the National Honor So-
ciety by Hcommgndation of the school sages for their scholarship. leadership, character, and
service. any o the others joined the great "Mikado" during his reign in music week. The PQ
Juniors contributed to the winning of both the seventh district championship in football and 504
pq the district debating championship. Our farewell to the knights of higher rank was given in V03
BQ the form of a rose-garden banquet which proved very delightful. Harry Akers, our little but tb
mighty president was toastmaster, and Clement Hall with the help of Mr. Bass, Mary Shrum,
U Frank Liebert, Mr. Ise. and Mr. Decker furnished the fun for the evening.
Now the knights came forth as mighty seniors and were allowed to occupy the places
Q of honor in the auditorium. We elected for our officers: Mary Shrum, president: John Drake, 702
QA vice-president: Frank.Liebert, secretary: and Virgil Crow, treasurer. Miss Henry was again
Vw our sponsor and guiding star. B
Ld This year the Tornado Tillies were organized to cheer our warriors on. Seven of our
class were honored by being chosen as members of this splendid group. The Debate Knights
U and Ladies. all'four. Mary Shrum, Lucille Godard, John Drake, and Harry Akers being mem-
bers of the senior class. climbed to success by winning the tri-District championship and went
to Lawrence to compete in the state championship tourney. His majesty chose four boys from
the class to be initiated into the National Honor Society. We produced the snappy comedy. 7
pq "What Happened to Jones," as our dramatic hit, and the play was a complete success in every Q
KOA way. In football. basketball. and track. we also made splendid showings.
l In our three years of search, we have suffered and labored happily through the hazard.
high school, in search of our Grail, Knowledge. After completing a most successful and en-
joyable career in this beloved Castle of Knowledge, we of the Class of '29, regret that we must
K-Ll part from our friends! of the school to go out into the wilderness of colleges, cities, and offices Us
V to continue our searc .
V -Veta Sevier
502 Margaret Pine
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WE LOVE 'EM JUST THE SAME
Miss Henry says, "The Seniors Pay," Glaser ran the 'Tillies' gang,
XVe don't see how she gets that way- That at us hooted, yelled, and sang-- PQ
VQV We love her just the same. We love her just the same. A
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Q2 Professor Jones sure knows his stuff, M155 Webb gave Us dry Old 'inns' 54
But he can't keep from getting rough: In heiyeliss fhlelfe were go f1'l115"
We love him just the same. A 9 OW ef Just Y 9 Same-
DU Perkins and Scheutz taught French to us Ecover dliipailaiklf Dug gum' U
Of English now we make a muss: euse we 1 HY er someg '
Q3 We love them just the same. We love her just the Same' E72
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VQV I-arson sponsored the Jumor Class' Ahduiriakeifixslitiorllietillrgiblteanlight wanes-
bd Still we think she's a bonny lass: We love her just the Same'
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Mitchell coached those punk class plays, While Carter's debaters threw their line, i
U on which we were forced to gaze: We love her just the same.
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We lovehher just the same. Riley was a fujmy guy B02
pg Kelly just arrived this year, He told us things. then asked us why-
We wish he'd never gotten here: We love him just the same.
B We love him just the Same' Mrs. Price gave us many a burn,
Ester makes us the old keys peck So that all about chemistry we'd learn-
Till we're abolut to be a wreck- We love her just the same.
We love er just the same. Parker was our bi . Q,
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Miss Luman taught the girls things So the girls said, the boys said freak- :sd
pq S0 we COuldn't slip them rings- We love him just the same,
504 We love her just the same' Ruth worked under Mr. Bass,
Temple drove us half insane, She got us back in many a class-
U U His music was our greatest bane- We love her just the same.
We love him just the same. .
Mr. Bass was not our friend ?'
Vw Howson never found a book When us, across his knee he'd bend-
504 Though he'd look and look and look- We love him just the same. 75
V03 We love him just the same' These teachers all would make us work- L4
A Neis was a great big, old guy. They never once did let us shirk-
Many a tear helput in our eye-- We love them just the same. U
U We love him just the same. Why? Juniors tell ,em Why- i
Cavanaugh was our business man. We're-about-ta-cry. pq
L--I Many a dollar we put in his hand- SENIORS.
Q2 We love him just the same. John Drake.
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"The years among new men, strange faces, other minds." 323
on An ancient man with beard of ponderous length stumbled slowly up the
winding road to Camelot, seat of Arthur's glorious court. Twenty years be-
U U fore he had gone forth into the new world. Now he returned to discover the
doings of his former friends, the Knights and Ladies of '29. As he marched Vqq
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502 up to the gate, he beheld two sturdy cavalrymen, Sir Richard O' Connor and pq
502 Sir Eugene Lash, flanking it. He passed within and observed the main drag QA
with eyes blinded by memories.
UU The first sight to meet his wandering gaze was a multitude of gaudy
shingles hanging forth in front of every stairway and turret on the street. As
EQ he walked along he read the quaint lettering on the shingles: "Ye Attorney, Q2
Vg Frank Liebert'-might have known it. 'Ye Olde Tyme Tea Shoppe, Eloise 701
504 and Ethyl': 'Ye surgeon and bone-breaker, Sir Brainard'-wonder what 54
Mary's doing?, .'Experts in Aeronautics: Betty Ise and husband': 'Wrestling
Master to the King, Professor Benning.
The old man's eyes were growing dim as do the eyes of all the old, except V611
Vo school teachers. He couldn't make out the next sign for quite some time, and BA
V03 when he did, he didn't understand-fathers never do: "Neckspert, Dorothy QB
5 Beal." Again the squeaky old voice piped up as he tottered along: "Ye Home
for Homeless Papas, Mary Ellen Gooch and Ruth Dameron'-guess I'1l go
G there-'Typist Tibbens'-'His Majesty's Yegg Farm, Pete Lander, superin-
tendent'-bet he has a choice crop-'Ye Music Masters, A. Wilson and D. vw
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E3 Felts': 'Home of Dilapidated Plivvers, Archie Hugh Rambeau, manager': 34
'76, 'Caddy to His Royal Highness, Glenn Folandf " 592
BA Then the wrinkled graybeard spied a theatre. He paused before it to ob-
serve the program. Again his quavering voice read aloud: "Shorthand Shebas, D U
with Williams and Williams: Conan Doyle's 'Sherlock Holmes' with William
Vg Bass, Sr.: The Adventures of Sir Lafalot, starring B. Noelg Don Juan, with Q2
B04 Bill McClelland." Q
E03 The gray figure moved on a pace. Suddenly he saw a scroll upon the
paving stones. He picked it up and read its caption: "The Camelot Daily
, U Scandal Sheet." "Aha, just what I want," he cackled in childish glee.
. I-Ie perched upon the curbstone, dangling his feet far over the edge, and V5
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gov proceeded to scan the page, reading aloud in his dried-up voice, the items most
poi of interest to him: "Sir Harry James Akers bought two cows today for His
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A 4 to Bath, England 1 Lucille Godard and a half dozen of her friends hope to A
graduate from Camelot College in a few more years'-you'd think they'd be
U discouraged by this time-'Earl Brittain today established a remarkable record D
for bringing his carriage to a halt in no time from a terrific rate of speed'- Q
V03 saome dag his Brakes will, break him-'Sir Everett Hey, a noted physicist, has Egg
rs isprove t e eerstein t eory.' " Q
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OA Some dust blew in the old man's eyes. He cursed the wind, then glanced
hopefully toward a group of high school girls. Noting that the steel-plated
skirts of the day were undisturbed by the wind, he cursed again, inwardly, and
proceeded to read, outwardly: "Lady Wettack of the Eighth National Bank 170'
Kofi: of Camelot announced the temporary loan of a half-interest to Lady Mary Eg
32 Maud Read': 'Sir Gerald Rorschach has secured a position holding up a portion Q4
of the wall surrounding Camelot': 'Camelot's queen of Beauty ' M' D th
Hoffman: 'Mildred DeTar is employed as His Majesty's stencifgraplliSer':OFl3larii
UU garet Pine is the king's private historian': 'Dorothy Smart and Faye Cowman U
won the Mulitzer prizes for snappy literary efforts.' "
nog The weary old man threw down the crumpled scroll. All his friends gbf,
E92 fegiid to hare succeedciedhbettelg than he. Buztwas to be expected. Miss Cubine E94
I a requent y warne im t at e must c ange his ways in order to succeed
in the world. He entered a corner drug store and asked for a directory. He
must look up a few more of his buddies. Glancing at random on different
V leaves of the directory, he read aloud: "Billy L. Sims, of the Longer Trouser pq
L02 Company, Inc.: Lorena Daeschner and Clyde Baker of the Dauber School of 'Sq'
KG Art: Eldon Graves, jokesmith: Albert Lechleitner, editor-in-cheese of the ,ZOE
gfamelpg fgaxlivdal Shejefz Vera S-5vieridPzgFnFount star, the Tornado Tillies, ad-
ress epper venue: ona a ton, pro essor in the technique of
angling: John Tole, star of 'Ladies Prefer Blondes.' "
pq Why was it they had all done so much? The old man couldn't under- Voj
AQ stand, until he remembered that he had put too much time on women when V02
E93 he was in school. He read on: Lila Parker Maxwell, star of the Talkies: Dr. 5
A ' A. Fat Martin, tennis and swimming instructor at the Nat: Miss Ruth Brit-
ton, impresariog Miss Rebecca Fleming, Bryantville, Kentucky, Benton Ed-
wards, author of 'How to Please the Ladies,' in six extensive and authoritative
volumes: Miss Mary Shibler. E. O. G. CExpert Office Ciirljz Jeanette Stum- V02
502 gauglq, agstang Lo Miss Henry, head of the shortsword department of the Q
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I The old man sighed and walked out of Ye Apothecarie's. In the road, .
U his feeble legs suddenly gave way to age, and he crumpled up in a dusty heap. D
Immediately every door burst open and one hundred thirty-five eager rescuers Q
Ll.: dashed out. They were the members of the loyal class of '29, rushing to the Q4
Egg aid of their one time friend.
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mod "-who long had 'sought in vain." 504
D Since Arthur's passing to the lsle of Avalon, Merlin, sage of sages, had
been sore beset for a new king. Finally he decided to make one with his magic V
gbq methods. For long years he wandered through the halls of C. H. S., observ- LQ
gg ing each and every person. Every time he noted any kingly action, he wrote Q
04 Et dovsin. Then when he got ready to make his king, these were his notes and
D U Cherry Schultz's speed. Virgil Crow's brain.
Ted Benning's muscle. Eugene Lash's passions. Vg
V02 Billy Sims' height. The faculty's temper. 50,4
Faq Harry Akers: smile. Archie 'Rambeau's ways with the queens. PQ
B04 B111 Noel S wif. Bill Bmas sporting blood. 504
Benton Edwards' hair. Roy Ki,rby's ability for most anything.
W. G. Reamer's looks. Pete Lander's popularity at 'Jake's.'
Miss Henry's fire. Allan Gartley's ability to make dates.
Clare Ford's driving ability. Earl Brittain's aptitude as an aviator.
Frank Liebert's questioning ability. Mr. Temple's lip decoration.
E03 Ed Lindsay's weight. 1 Edgar Cooper's wave. 502
Vq Harold Hudson s chapel-speaking knack. Charles Johnson's style. 7,1
B04 Oscar Stover's voice. Carl Bergman's skill behind a soda fountain. Q4
Pat Benef1el's haircut. Charles Mitche1l's 'toasting' ability.
Then again, Merlin had a few notes for a queen. Here 'tisz
Mlarguleiigte Bomboy's disposition. Alma Wilson's speed Cwith Knightsl.
e 1 ies' pep. - ' '
gg Marion Robertsonk build. lglilllile r1lY:K1nney s French vocabulary. EOE
Frances Gunsenhouseis life. t Q omass eyes' q l
Carlotta Wettack's dignity- Lorena Daeschner s artistic temperament.
Mary Ellen's skirts. Imogene Williams' grades.
G Dorothy Smart's writing skill. Corinne Dick's musical talent.
W liucillel Godards modesty. lglfellie 4FerFusoln's standirg wgh the teachers. Q2
etty ses air. 1rg1n1a ray or's socia stan ing.
VS Ruth Dameron's whatever it is. Neva Kirby's ideals. V02
504 Esther Jane Miller's crushes. Mary Edsall's wardrobe. B
I Mary Shibler's enthusiasm. Marguerite Morris' rosy cheeks. '
Frances Riney's character. Mazie Malott's class spirit. U U
U Such a king and queen would make Arthur and Guinevere hang their heads in shame
Vw for so their laughter wouldn't be noticedj. V02
U Frank Liebert fHopefullyJj-"ls it correct .to Dick O'Connor CSpeaking from experiencej-- D
walk down a hotel corridor in your paja- "Why is a woman like Ka player piano?" PQ
I--I mas?" Dorothy Hoffman-"I'll bite. Why?" Q4
E02 Miss Cubine-"That depends on the pajamas." Dick-"You can't play them without a ro1l."
E02 Tom Ise Cln heat of argumentl-"Men of my Gene Brown-"I-Iey. These gloves are about
type are not running loose." six sizes too small for me."
Mazie Un same heatl--"Of course not. That's Madeline Mills-"Well, didn't you ask for kid
what the police department is for." gloves?"
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POE We, the members of the class of '29, being sounder in mind, body, and soul than when A
we entered the immortal halls of Coffeyville High School: having reached that long-sought
time when we can no longer remain within this cherished realm, but must pass into the great U
beyond: being wealthy beyond the power of mere words to express in all those qualities. char-
acteristics, endowments, and abilities which go to make up the various features of the wonder- Q
Vg ful senior class which we are: being furthermore desirous to generously aid others to reach
504 as nearly as other mortals may to our high peak, do hereby execute this document as our last pq
Q2 will and testament, all previous wills, bills, or testaments to the contrary, notwithstanding: gd
B To all future classes which may arrive at the high school age, we leave the splendid new
building soon to be erected.
D U To any efficient salvage company, we leave what fragments our uncouth ways may have U
left of the old building.
Q2 To Mr. Decker and the school board, we leave our heartfelt appreciation for the effi-
QQ cient, effective faculty they chose for us, for we are certain no other kind of faculty could have Poq
hd done anything with us. End
To Mr. Bass we leave what we ho e will be a few ears of eace and uiet. We are
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sure he is in need of this, after our turbulent career under his patient guidance, and we are
equally sure that, for a few years at least, he will not be tormented, harassed, and driven to the
borderline of insanity by another class so utterly unmanageable as we.
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hog ' To Ruth, the warden 'of the office, we leave all those permits on which she sternly in- 54
170W scribed that byword of fate Unexcused, and we beg to retain, as remembrances of her all ZOB
ILA those permits upon which she unwittingly or perhaps in a spirit of generosity scrawled that
magic phrase: 'Excused, R. M.'
G To the faculty, we leave our appreciation for the knowledge they drilled into us dur- D
ing the last three years.
QW To the Juniors, our heirs, we bequeath our kingly name of Seniors and all responsibil- Q2
AA ity that goes with it. UQ
5,3 To the Sophomlcgres wie, will our receipt showing' how to gain knowledge immediately hd
and our luck in getting y wit things.
To our faithful and loyal sponsor, Miss Henry, we leave our gratitude for her untiring U U
efforts in making our class a successful one.
VY! Now we wish to bestow upon the underclassmen some of our most valued possessions:
god To Margaret McNabney we leave Lila Parker's peppy waysg'
503 Billy Noel unselfishly leaves his bashfulness to Joe Sparks: '
Elsie Plummer leaves her vamping disposition to Gretchen Williams: U
U Ruth Britron's dignity is bestowed upon Marguerite Morris:
I-L' Marie Roberts regretfully leaves all her movie magazines to Corinne Dick:
502 Albert Lechleitner bequeaths his editorship of the "Roman Knows" to Pat Benefiel:
ZOE Benton Edwards sorrowfully leaves all his "girls" to Howard Cronk: E
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5 4 Evelyn Tibbens and Imogene Williams leave their tardiness to study hall to Fern Dicky and
D Kenneth Ross gladly leaves all his matrimonial problems to Coach Neis' second hour sociology D
Vq Ruth Dameron and Mary Ellen Gooch bequeath their modern styles to Mazie Malott and E93
bod , Jeane Lambe: Q 'QE
V02 "Gravy" Davis wills his football fame to Charles Mitchell: ' ..
To Delores Horrell we give Dorothy Beal's "line"2
H U Nellie Ferguson's quiet ways are bestowed upon Nadine Dameron:
Vq Evelyn Thompson wills her posing ability to Vivian Hastings:
gg Margaret Pine leaves her place in the Tornado Tillies to Louise Cronk: V5
504 Vera Roe and Jewel Hilburn bequeath their unfinished work in Girl Reserves to Irene Hoff- 54
man and Esther Jane Miller:
U U Lorena Daeschner bestows her artistic temperament upon Helen Cadle. U
To Mr. Parker we will Eldon Graves' ability to chew gum:
QQ Ted Benning and Florence Cooke begrudgingly leave their tete-a-tete hour to Mary Knapp E3
Vg and Harold Hudson: PQ
504 Mary Shibler regretfully bestows her office position the first hour to Kathryn Murray: Q4
Lucille Godard willingly gives her debate notes to Ruth Price:
To Blendena Kelso we bequeath Eloise Lambe's dramatic ability: U
V Betty Ise leaves her love for aviation to Mary Edsall: P65
L02 Virgil Crow indifferently leaves his good grades to Cherry Schultz: Soi'
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Carlotta Wettack and Mary Maud Read will their statelmess to Katherine Koehne and Nadine Ib
d Albert Wilson bequeaths his tennis laurels to Tommy Ise:
To Dorothy Warner we leave Rebecca Eleming's sweet, forgetful ways:
W Bill Beine's sportsmanship is willed to Lawrence Wilcoxon: E2
gs We bestow upon Benita Jones, Ethyl Fry's lovely soprano voice: E02
504 Billy Sims leaves his formula to grow tall to Roy Kirbyg
Jeanette Stumbaugh wills all her arguments in sociology to Neva Kirby: U U
DU Reba Brittain leaves her attraction for the opposite sex to Wilda Chambers.
We all leave Messrs. Howson, Kelly, Riley. Neis, and Jones, whom we have but half-
way succeeded in breaking in this year, to future students of the subjects taught by this famous V
poq five. We do this with the consent and approval of the school board. Q
54 We leave our favorite loafing places in the office to be distributed by Miss Luman.
Last but not least, we leave all the splendid records and accomplishments of 1929 in
all the varied activities of C. H. S. to the school, and we wish it many more successful years.
In testimony whereof, we, the class of '29, on this twenty-first day of May, in the vu
i...u year of our Lord. nineteen hundred twenty-nine, in the presence of Witnesses, do hereby affix Q4
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E02 Imogene williams. Evelyn Tibbens. I
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WHEN STYLE MEANT STEEL
This is a tale of an olden day
When bearskin clothes had given way
To sheet iron. tin. and plates of steel-
Their forms in these did knights conceal.
A damsel fair, with shining hair
Came to beg a sturdy knight.
She'd been done wrong, so ran her song:
She wanted one for her to fight.
"I fain would fight," shouted one long knight:
Sir Percival was his name.
"I've battled much with villians and such.
So let me win more fame."
"Now get ye out. ye lowly tout,"
Bellowed the mighty king.
"You cannot fight, you are no knight,
You're little of anything."
"But a knight I am, by Uncle Sam
I swear it," said this guy.
"If you don't believe, just let me leave.
And you'll see, by and by."
"A knight you'll be, if you'll do for me
A deed that must be done."
Thus spake the dame. of 'Follies' fame.
And they swallowed it to a one.
The lengthy knight dashed from their sight
To don glad-rags of steel.
And when he had, he felt as bad
As an orange within its peel
But he was bold, as were men of old-
To the damsel he clattered out.
T'was on a sunny day
In the good old month of May
That the court did sit in fun
To hear the cases, one by one.
"Come to order!" roared the king.
"We will hear no other thing
But the cases of the school."
The court clerk rose to read
From a lengthy scroll indeed:
"Accused are Mary and Paul
Of saying 'Goodnight' in the hall.
Parker and his blonde-haired wow
Charged with plenty much-and how!
Evel n and Bakery Lee
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Without e'en so much as a pout.
At length they came to a city far-famed EQ
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Through his helmet he wasn't able.
Then they met the knight whom Sir Percy must
The battle began sans ado. Q
Their swords muchly clattered: their helmets were
Thev knocked each other cuckoo. QA
Sir Percy was fierce, but his sword couldn't pierce
To his foe's steel and hair-covered chest: '
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And Percy was often hard pressed.
Then our hero found, nearby on the ground, QA
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That it missed the villian's black eyes.
Now Percy jumped in and cut at the tin '
That covered his enemy's chest.
The can-opener ripped it, and off Percy slipped it.
And laid the big humbug at rest.
So for Sir Percy a can-opener won: V03
The villian's foul deeds are now undone: B
The can-opener, like the far-famed pen
Is mightier than the sword in the end. .
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In the morn. Betty and her man 502
Can't stay down on solid land.
Rebecca and boy-friend Paul
Charged with having a hard fall. U U
Dorothy and her Archielad
Are too good-in front of Dad. V
Bob plays a tune, while Lucille
Dances with some other heel. V5
Kathryn M. and athlete Pat 54
In one chair too much have sat.
Gretchen and her Burris friend '
Are charged with crimes without end.
That completes the list, oh King,
Names, charges, and everything." V5
Said the clerk when he was through. 54
Sit around and just tee hee.
Eloise and Billy,
Charged with being, oh too silly.
Charged are Frances and John
Of sitting by the old mill pond:
And Marguerite and Charlie
With getting home too early-
Then spake the king in words too true:
"Guilty are they, every one,
But they do it just for fun.
The sentence is: Keep it up."
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Se tember l-9-We cringe in mortal terror from the ordeal soon to come-So hs more than pq
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gg September 10-The trumpet sounds and we assemble in the newly-decorated auditorium. 504
04 September ll?SliarchIwarr:i1nts glottin oat for Tommy Ise, Jimlrlny Duncan. and several other
missing op s. t is t oug t t ey ave ost t eir way in t e halls.
September 12-Sophs found.
U m September 12-Later in day-Sophs lost again.
September 13--Sophs all found. The belt-line had ceased to function. pq
pq September 14-Agitation started by all classes for class meetings. D94
B04 September 17-Agitation answered. Officers elected. V5
QQ September 18-More agitation, this time for class parties. B4
Bd September 21-Most of us decide it's time to settle down and study hard for a while.
September 24-We decidg studying is the bunk. This holds good for the rest of the semester.
Prove it by the pro s.
U September 25-Everybody has decided they like "Mose." U
September 26-Gretchen is going with Burcy.
October 1tFNutting season about here. Expect to lose most of the faculty. Won't that be
t01lg . yq
October 2-Frances Riney walked to school alone. John is ill. E94
October 12-Columbus discovered America+several years ago. Discovery not considered suf-
ficiently important to merit a holiday. Another tough break.
October 15-Seniors begin worrying about invitations and such.
' October 16--Numerous and sundry committees appointed to relieve remainder of class from
these worries. px'
October 19-Who did the dastardly deed? Our austere but crumbling walls are smeared in 50-J
QQ fantastic fashion with whitewash.
5 October 22-Culprits seem to have escaped detection. Good enough.
October 23-Gretchen is not going with Burcy. ,
October 24-Gretchen is going with Burcy.
G October 31-Ghosts and goblins have their day. Pranksters also do their stuff. C. H. S. stu-
dents all go to bed early so as to have a clean conscience in case of mischief.
Vg November 1-3-Joy reigns through all the village. The learned faculty has departed from Q2
Q4 hence in search of the latest processes for cramming knowledge into our beknighted top V02
pq pieces. 5
Bod November 5-Faculty proceeds to demonstrate new found methods, much to our disparage-
ment, discouragement, and dismemberment.
November 6-Faculty falls back into the rut. We get over to make room for them. U U
November 7-Sophs throw a picnic. Juniors have a treasure hunt.
November E112-A dirty trick. A perfectly good holiday collides with Sunday, and we get only V02
pq out o t e deal. 5
59.4 November 12-We go to school while business houses close. Much talk of mutiny and re- IQ
November 13-Rebellion quieted down. Kathryn Murray has a date with Pat Benefiel. But
then that begins another story.
November 29-Deep mourning. Independence won at football, 7-6. We didn't rotten egg
'em though. Grief partly drowned in turbulent rivers of turkey gravy.
I November 30-Luckily We get vacation both Thursday and Friday. Most of us Weren't able to V5
Elsa D' return to school Friday, anyhow. Too much turkey. n I ' U 54
A ecember 7-The Juniors gain success, financial and dramatic, by their presentation of The
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December 2l-King Winter is officially ushered in. The Christmas vacation enters the stage B4
at the same time. The halls ring with cheer.
December 25--All but the cynical seniors were well treated by Santa. But then, they have an-
other chance at graduation.
January l-Vacation ends. 'Twas as short as any dream. All victims of' the flu are back in
school, pale and wan. but here anyhow. VG
'QQ January 2-Sophs are through playing with Christmas toys. so regular work begins again. gg
BQ CThe toys are brokenl. QA
V04 January 8-We are tried for scholarship and found wanting-anything but more tests.
January 12-The debaters return from Winfield dragging two suit-cases and a battered tin cup
in the rear of the Carter coach.
U U January 13-Paul and Mary have another argument.
January 14-Paul says he won the argument. Mary says she won the argument. pq
pq January 15-They have the argument all over again. ggqd
504 January 25-The .semester ends with a bang-in fact, with several bangs, as various students VQ
8,2 gave up'the long -struggle with adversity in the form of lessons. teachers. etc., and blew Q4
their brains out with a pinch of snuff.
January 28--Hordes CAbout sixty-five to be exactj of diminutive, dizzy, but diligent sub-
D U Sophs appear on the scene. They cower in obscure corners until instructed in the proper U U
modes of procedure.
January 29-The subs are still here, guess they'1l stay a while. '
EQ February 8--The court is all agog over the most wonderful, delightful mystery, "VNfhat Hap- E02
Vg pened to Jones?" Students of English V and VI were disappointed to find that Jones wq
Q was still here. hd
L4 February ll-Gretchen is going with Cherry.
February I2--Gretchen is going with Burcy.
Febxuaary 13-Gretchen is going with Cherry.
February 19-Feats of agility and strength become the center of the spotlight as Mrs. Riley's
gang gives Hi-Jinx. To quote the village scribe. "A swell time was had by all." pq
EQ March 8-We get a taste of 'high life. "Macbeth" and "Romeo and Juliet" fnot Juli-etj are B02
Vg igliygdpli-lesxirliitesl thefGenevieve Hamper company. Local stage hands and extra fillers E03
A March 15 Juniors, tosi Iaehgfnpgiixsi
March 22-The gleemen and minstrels tune up for a contest in Independence. We capture a
G couple of thirds and a second.
Marcl:i'27f12rkansas City and Eureka are crushed by the local debating machine in the inter- 76'
istrict e iminations.
Q3 April 5-The Girl Reserves entertain themselves and mothers with an apron party. Frances BA
Vw Riney saves a window from breaking. 502
B04 Aprilflggggiasfaculg' gryrbendsi temporarily to entertain us with a snappy play. "A Prince
. e goo .
Apirl 12-Aprons and overalls abound among Sophs, a party. U U
U April 15--Only six more weeks to go. Gotta start studying again. Just gotta.
April 17-Grade cards come out for last six weeks. More suicides reported. Seniors start a 7
Vw last mad dash for the sheepskin.
504 Apri1.24-fColl?e throws a big play for us. We go alone and return in pairs. Collegians go Q
pq in pairs an return in autos.
LOA May 50fOh boy, whatta feed: Junior-Senior banquet goes over like the airmail. Thanks.
May 17-More fun and food. All-School picnic! U
U may ?g-geniors have a big time. Rest of school enjoys it also.
ay - accalaureate sermon by Rev. Boyd. ' DQ
L-U May 24-Commencement. We've done it now. Sheepskins and everything! Q4
E03 May 24-As Miss Perkins would say, "C'est tout." CA quaint old French phrase typifying 0
703 the extreme finish of anythingl.
May 27--Well. wot'll we do now? 3
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U Here is Mr. W. H. Cavanaugh. Most of us forget his importance to our athletic de-
partment, but let us stop to consider him and his duties. Vq
E62 "Bill" is secretary of the Athletic Association. lt is his well-performed duty to be at gd
pq the gate, whether for football. basketball. or track contests. We trust him with all the gate 592
504 receipts: he keeps the crowds off the court and gridiron. All officials, referees, umpires must
pass Bill's eagle eye as they arrive and as they leavefto get their money. Most important yet
of Mr. Cavanaugh's numerous services is the arranging of satisfactory schedules for all inter- U
'Bill" has been with us for the past three years and has performed his varied duties ef- VQZ
ficiently. So hats off, C. H. S.. to the silent partner in athletics. Q
503 Athletics B
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L-J Coffeyville High School has been well represented in all forms of athletics for a num- Q
EV ber of years. We have had our great teams and our not-so-great teams as far as season's records
Doi show, but always those teams have been clean. sportsmanlike aggregations.
B With the building of the junior high school, our facilities for athletics improved in a
considerable degree. The new high school building soon to be under construction will con-
tinue this improvement, to the end that Coffeyville may continue to be represented in every
,ff field of athletic endeavor by strong. well-equipped, fighting teams.
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504 Coach "Mose" Neis came to us from Concordia. His past records have been replete with hd
victories. which made thelrecords of this year's teams more unpleasant to the coach than to the
students, yet Mr. Neis' round, rosy face has never lost its smile. He is a real coach and a man
who smiles alike at victory or defeat.
V03 The use of junior high equipment and the fact that no high school students participate
K in athletics except those on the squads makes a difficult problem for a coach. It is equally V
VH noticeable and laudable that each one of Coach Neis' teams has gained in strength as the sea- 503
A son progresses. This augurs well for the future and for bigger and better athletics under Coach
Neis, an individual who is admired as a teacher, a coach, and a man by all the students of the
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out of sixty eager knights, of whom eight were lettermen. V
VY! The season, although not especially admirable as to victories, showed a steady improve-
54 ment of the team, until, in the last three games, we won one, tied one, and lost to Independ- Vo
ence in a heartbreaker, 7-6. LA
Nine regulars will graduate this year, but prospects are bright for a successful team
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V03 After the football season. the wheels of the athletic coach turned toward basketball. The EQ
L Memorial hall and junior high school courts were immediately swamped b ambitious basketeers. VY
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54 Coach Neis wasted little time in eliminating those who were not eligible as contenders
for positions on the team. Out of thirty aspirants for places, sixteen remained after the first
U G elimination. Three of these were lettermen from last years' squad. D
The basketball season did not blaze forth with overwhelming victories, but as in foot- pq
Vq hall, the team showed a steady improvement all through the season. Many games were decided LOA
QA by narrow margins. and no team left Coffeyville without realizing that it had been in a real go?
Only one of this years' lettermen is lost through graduation, so all indications point to-
U G ward a more successful season next year. U G
The scores of this years' games were as follows: V02
von Chanute . o 18 Coffeyville o l7 3,1
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Parsons , - 23 Coffeyville 7
Cherryvale - 17 Coffeyville - 2 6
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Independence - 21 Coffeyville a I3
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E3 Spring's first balmy days brought forth the aspiring track athletes, and the junior high E
POV athletic field was soon dotted with white jerseyed figures, some running sprints and distance
A runs, some jumping, others vaulting, and playing with the weights. 1
U U The first meet of the season for the local team was a dual meet with Chanute held on
April 12. The Coffeyville delegation made an excellent showing and had little trouble winning
the meet with a total of seventy-five points to Chanute's forty-seven. "Cherry" was high 'pa
QW point man of this meet with twenty points made with four first places. Donald Pursley scored Bd
B4 ten points to rank second.
The next meet was another dual with Cherryvale held there on April 17. The score of U
this meet was even more one-sided in favor of th Ptttple and Gold team, Cherryvale making
QQ only forty-two points to Coffeyville's eighty. Schultz again ranked first with first places in
Vg four events, while Pursley was second high man again.
April 19, four members of the local team accompanied by a number of friends entered
in the University of Kansas relays at Lawrence. The four were Schultz, Rambeau, Pursley,
and Cartwright. Both Schultz and Rambeau reached the finals in events at this meet.
L02 On April 29, the track team went to Parsons to participate in the Southeast Kansas V03
DQ league track meet. The Verdigris Valley league meet was held here this year on May 3. This 5
marked Coffeyvil1e's last athletic competition in the old Valley. of which wevhave been a mem-
G ber for nine years.
Two more outside meets in which local athletes will participate are the state meet to Q2
Q2 be held at Emporia May 18 and the Missouri Valley relays to be held at Manhattan, May 25, 702
QV the day after school is dismissed. Only a few of the local athletes will enter these two events. 5
This year was only the second year in which golf and tennis have been a part of the U U
U track competition. At the Southeast Kansas league meet, Coffeyville was represented in the
doubles by Albert Wilson and Charles Mitchell. and in the singles contests by Robert Rosebush V02
and Bert Belt. Bill Decker and Matt Pierce entered the golf competition. 5
The members of the track squad this r:
Ml EUGENE SCI-IULTZ JIM LANDER O R STOVER E3
L-S ARCHIE RAMBEAU GERALD RORSCHACH ' .TOE SOLES
ga JAY BENTLEY GLENN POLAND EARL FOWLER
5.02 ALLEN COOK ALBERT MARTIN DONALD PURSLEY
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is a finished soprano." Martha Lee-"You know everything is
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