Fort Scott Community College - Greyhound Yearbook (Fort Scott, KS)
- Class of 1929
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Vice-P1'eside11t ..... FLOYD XVILLIAXIH
Sec1'eta1'y ......... ESTIIIQR BELL
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Thr- Kansas Junior College enabling act was passed in 1917
lt-go opt-ut-rl in St-ptunl -' ' ' '
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iiti 1.il.l, one of the first two public Junior Colleges -openedun Kansas.
Otlu-r t-ilu-s of tht- statt- now maintaining Junior Colleges are Arkansas City, Cotfeyvtlle, El
lioratlo. tlartlt-tt Pity, llatt-liins--ii. Inu'-:pe ttf-ut-e. Iola. Kansas City and Parsons. These schools
are maiutainim: the first two years of college work for more than two thousand students.
'l'lu- puhlit- junior 1-ollt-uno is thorougrhly established in Kansas. A few other states have
:t fully :lt-vt-lopt-fl junior t-ollt-pre progratn.
Amoiu: tht- :ulvautagt-s whim-h appeal to students and parents are:
First: Thi- t-rt-tlits t-aruerl are act-eptel tt
c 1 full value by standard colleges and univers-
St-f-oufl: Thc- t-xpt-use of a t-ollege education is greatly reduced.
Thirrl: Thr- sturlt-ut rctti
' ' ' ' . w- vt-s more personal attention from the faculty than is possible
in laruv institutions.
Fourth: Thr- sol-ial and moral hazards of college life are greatly reduced.
l-'ifthz Tht- qualifit-ations rlt-manrled of faculty members are high.
Sixth: l'niw-rsity work proper heqins with the junior fem- PI-ere ui ' -
of wr:-ll st:turl:trtlizt-tl 1:1-nt-t':tl ar:adt-mic work. 3 C l q Site IS two years
Q . It is my privilt,-at-, tlu-rt-forc lu comzrratulate all past, present, and future students of the
l-ort ht"-ll .lttuu-r Vollt-141-. I hopt- you apprf-f-iate the investment the community is making in you
I trust tht- .lumor t'ollt-ge gives you a larger vision of life and a determination t '
solves into tht- hight-st typo nf useful citizenship.
o develop your-
V. M. LISTON, Superintendent.
Believe it or not, this has been a year of much activity ami, we ul' thi- fa'-nity fi-i-I, of
much worthwhile achievement.
This achievement has been along all lines of student activity: class room work, athletics,
forensics, social, dramatics and religious activity.
Grades and grade points measure achievement in class work and tw a certain degree the
score board tells the result of athletic and other contests, Cami of our st-ores we arc' justly
proudb, but the improvement and resulting satisfaction determine the real success of these and
The spirit of cooperation, friendship and mutual happiness among students and far,-ulty
may n0t be peculiar to our college, but this spirit has preraded the atmosphere and makes for
the happiness of all who are willing to share the spirit of Fort Scott Junior College.
W. S. DAVISON, Principal.
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BICRXICIC B,xxm1aRG13R JAMES CHRISTIAN
A. B. University of Kansas B. C., K. S. T. C., Pittsburg,
M. A. University of Kansas Post Graduate WO1'k, Uni-
versity of Iowa
Iii: lu' Iimccsox CHARLES D. ERRICKSON
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A. I-3. University of Kansas A. B. Washbu1'n College V Q
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M. A. University of Kansas M, A. Cfllllllllllil I'niversily
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Psychology 6 Edizcaffiozz C1lC'l1lI.A'fl'hl' llzklmliy
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M. A. University of Kansas A College
M, S. University of Iowa
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"La,ilgh and the world ldnghs with yon."
"Lady of the Rose" 1'
"Tillie a Mennonite Maid" 1 4
"Smilin' Thru" 2
"Silence is the indrle of wisdom."
"A good naine is rather to be chosen than
Y. W. C. A. 2
Pep Club 2
Ulf silence is golden, he will never be cz
Thespian Club 1-2
"Lady of the Rose" 1
"Smi1in' Thru" 2
"Tillie the Mennonite Maid" 1
"Servant in the I-louse" 2
Business Manager of Maroon 1
"A good action is its own reward."
Sesame Secretary 1-2
Pep Club President 2
Y. W. C. A. 2
LLOYD E. DIXON
"That niczn lives twice who lives his first
Y. M. C. A. 2
"They also serve who only stand and
Thespian 1-2, President 2
Editor of "Maroon" 1
Y. M. C. A. 1-2
Advertising Manager of Play 1
Business Manager of Play 2
"Good teinjner, like ct snnny day, sheds
brightness over everything."
Y. W. C. A. 2
Pep Club 2
, MILDRED HOCKLR
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L LILLIAN HURST
, "Short and sweet, hctrct to beat."
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Pep Club 2
Y. W. C. A. 2
"Big bundles ectrryg 'valuable things."
Thespian Club 1, Vice-President 2
Sesame 1-2 1
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' GLADYS MASON
T "A merry heart doeth good like 11f1edici11e."
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ELIZABETH O' BRYAN
"Modest and shy as a N nn is she."
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"None bitt hiniself can be his parallel."
Football 1-2 .
Y. M. C. A. 1-2
"The gift of gab is very powerful."
Y. M. C. A. 1-2
"Servant in the House." 2
"Smilin' Thru" 2
Lors 'RosE 1
"Deeds not words."
Y. W. C. A. 2
Of sinall stature, bitt of great intellect."
Y. W. C.
LETA PAYE SMITH
"Blessed is she who has a gift of making
"Tillie a Mennonite Maid." 1
"Smi1in' Thru" 2
Y. W. C. A. 2
Pep Club 2
"Talks initch, says little."
Y. M. C. A. 1-2 ,
1 I HTJRERT STANLEY
Just as wise as he looks, which is say-
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P1es1dent ot Student Bo ly 2
Cheer Leade1 2
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Snuhn Tlnu 2
FLOXD VX ILLIAMS
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V106 Pres Student Body 2
Lady of the Rose 1
Sm111n Thru 2
Debate team 12
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Football 1-2 Captain 2
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CHARLES S. WOGAN
To the deterinined indn nothing is irn-
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Business Manager "Smi1in' Thru." 2
- HARRY HEWITT
"The greater the difficulty, the niore th
glory in surtnounting it."
Track 1-2 Captain 2
"H e who by the plow would thrifoe, hiin-
self must. either hold or drive."
HARRISON CALDWELL '
Man is the architect of his own fortune.
g . q ' EDGAR FURSE
"Nothing succeeds like success."
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ESTHER BELL-Quiet, popular, and oh what an artist.
ELDON BOWER-"Eldon, ,tis thrice Miss Gordon has asks-fl you to I'l'lllUVQ,' your
PAULINE BRIGGS-NValked right off with Don right before our very Q-yi-s :intl lln-n
was so sweet about it we had to forgive her.
DONALD BRIGGS-If there's any business to attend to just girl- it to llnn :intl yull
know it'll be clone. Somehow he seems rather superior to us now tliongli -sin--P ln- monk
upon himself a. wife.
LEONARD BOVVERS-Bowers-Yes Sir! he surely DOICS niulce you tliinlc lil' Will
LOMA CLARY-Always somewhere else when there's any work to ln- flnni-. Sli'-'s i
VIRGINIA COOPER-Derwoocl's worth more than u million Ak.
BRUNO CORDOLA-If he doesuit make El lovable athletic' cout-li wi- miss our swiss.
Everybody likes Bruno!
VELDA COX-She became popular and she was our queen.
LUMAN OOOKERILL-The orator, the clebater, U19
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chemist. anytliinu you Wzllll liim
ALICE DOW-If you want to laugh just get her to tell you how she and Velda car-
ried the window stick to the picture show one night.
- MARY ELLEN DRAKE-She's one of these girls who- will CO11Vi11C9 YOU Sfmlefllillg
is a fact whether you believe it or not.
' FRANCIS GIFT-This boy is a worker-a regular fellow, and dependable in a crisis.
EMMA GOLDEN-Rather quiet-but likeable if you know her.
REX HOLMES-An athlete-a mathematician. Here's one who is both.
IVA HOLT-She can tell you all about Dante, Carlyle, Milton, De Quincy and Lamb
on a minutes notice. She is one of Ju-Co's basket ball players and how she played!
BERNICE HORN-Pretty-sweet-don't you know her?
JACKSON-The actor supreme. . . And he's one of the schools Greatest
LEONARD LEWIS-What themes he can write! And those grades!
HAROLD LITTLE-An all around sport. Good at everything he undertakes.
KATHRYN MITTLEBACI-I-She's one of the four Musketeers. If you sm- lu-r lonl
around and you'll see Esther.
ANNABELLE MYERS-If you can't find her-look for Fred and you'll find hr-r.
CURTIS NORTHCUTT-That brow! Those Jaws! Some of these days hr-'ll ln- 4
regular Julius Caesar.
GLADYS NORTHCUTT-Talk about playing basket ball! That's her middle nurnv
PRESTON PATTERSON-Quiet, reserved, unassuming. Oh we all like Preston.
RUTH QUICK-"Hello world! I didn't see you but did you hear that funny story'!'
EDITH ROGERS-Quiet and unassuming but likeable.
EDWARD SHAFFER-Poor ole Ed-none of us supposed it would be as bud as that.
He can't eat or sleep for thinking of Rubi.
OPAL RICKETTS-A firm believer in "Speech is greatg but silence is greater."
CARL SUTHERLAND-He knows a good school when he sees one. He comes all
the Way from Prescott to Ju-Co.
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JOHN BLACK-God made him-and then broke the mold-There'l1 never be an-
other like Johnnie.
MARY WELKER-If there's anything about English Literature and Rhetoric you
don't know-ask her. -
JAMES WALLACE-Another one of the convincing fellows. He could make you be-
lieve red Was black.
never there's need of music we can always depend on
ROBERT LOOKWOOD-Bobby's growing. He'll be as tall as Mr. Hernianson in a
couple of hundred years, and no kidding! '
CARL SCHILLI A . lu i some goo in
school after all. ' '
NG-One of these boys that help us to see there is C1 '
VINCENT VANSICKLE-Heis anoth ' I
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DONALD KEENEY-You never hear much about him either, but he's always there
with the grades.
EY-H9 may not know when to speak and when not to-but you ought to
see him work in Chemistry. Oh, he's a genius. .
KENNETH SCHWARTZ-Did You ever see Kenneth quiet?
RAYMOND KILLION-Kathleen might have refused him, but he had all mln- qmllili--s
of a lover and he just couldn't see why she didn't love him. fuslllllill' 'l'l11-ouul
ALMA TAYLOR-All chemists aren't men!
PAULAPARTON-Anything you're in doubt about? Ask Paul.
RICHARD VVALLACE-I-Ie's having a hard time to keep up with his illustrious
brother but he's going hard.
EDMUND KINGSBURY-He's planning on investing 3550 in an oil well-l1e's ulrv-auly
figuring up his profit-he'l1 be a millionaire in no time.
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THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE
James Ponsanby Makeshyfte, D. D.
The Most Reverend, the Lord
Blshop of Lancashlre ...................... .
The Rev. Wm. Srnythe, Vicar ........
Auntie, The Vicar's VVife ........
Mary, Their Niece ....,.....,,,,,,.,,,,,
Mr. Robert Smith, a
gentleman ofnecessary occupation
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Manson, The Servant in the House. .......
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' THE SERVANT IN THE House
U November 27 and 28 are days deeply impressed on the memories of the Fort Sc-oil
D1-EY gO1ng people. You ask the occasion? It was then that Fort Scott learned that
there was much dramatic ability in the Junior College. The means of this discoverv
was "The Servant in the House" by Charles Rann Kennedy. T '
i As the velvet curtains slowly part, the scene is a room in the vicarage in England
which speaks of comfort and refinement. Now, for the story. It deals with the livcs of
three orphan brothers. The youngest, William Smythe, who was the most apt at leuru-
ing, received an education at the expense of the two older brothers. He became a vicar
in a fashionable church, and the husband of a very aristocratic wife.
Joshua, the oldest, by his own efforts also enters the ministry in India and is quite
V Robert, however, becomes a victim of circumstance, and by the death of his wife,
V' low wages and drink becomes so indifferent that he allows his baby girl. Mary, to hc
L th taken by the vicar and his wife, and to be reared as their own child.
If f FIFTEEN YEARS ELAPSE.
The play opens at this point. A miracle has been wrought in the repulsive drunk-
',,r ard. He earns a decent wage tending drains, and he determines to win his'child back
r, against the wishes of the vicar and his wife. Upon his arrival at the vicarage, he
s finds the household upset and expecting the Saintly Bishop of Benares and the Worldll'
r Bishop of Lancanshire who are coming to aid the vicar in restoring lns church.
The story has a satisfactory ending with the vicar determined to join his once
despised brother in fixing the drains which are the cause of his people not attending
' church. Also the father and the daughter have a happy reunion but even Slfaiel 15
, ' the rejoicing with the discovery that the servant. in the house who has brought them
ab all together by his great love and christian spirit is no other than then biothei Jos iua.
F Action-a noteworthy play-talented coaching-is it any WOHCIG1' that it was 3
L grand success ?
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Ednor-in-Chief nhh- ------------- ,-,---, F R ANCIS H. GIFT A
Business Manager .-.---------------- ------- D ONALD E' BRIGGS
Asslt Editor 8: Art Editor ------ N----- - ESTHER BELL
Afwetics n HAROLD LITTLE '
A I K H LEONARD BOWERS
Features . - ......4... .VIRGINIA cooPER
Typist ---- ..---- ------ ------ n L E ONARD LEVVIS
Faculty Advisor. I.... -.-.... JOE L- HERMANSON
During the past three years, at the time of the election of the officers for the Jun-
ior College two other people are elected: one, the Editor, the other the Business Man-
fager of the Maroon for the following year. Immediately these two people with the
:aid of a faculty advisor choose other members to work on the staff with them. During
the past two years the Junior College has edited a book separate from the High School
book, and so far this venture has been very successful. There is an abundance of
work connected with the editing of such a bookg however, the staff this year feels it
has accomplished this in a successful manner.
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I The debate squad was organized near the end of the first semester nncl work.-ll
until late in March on the debate question: Resolved that a snhstitntm- shonhl he
adopted for our trial by jury system.
' It is the general conviction of all those connected with the debate work lhnl this
has been one of its most successful years in the history of the Junior Collvgf-. No:
because of any large number of outstanding victories, for scarcely a majority of judges'
decisions were Won, but because of the increased number of men and women who lum-
The first debates of the season were with the Pittsburg Teachers' College. 'l'hl-so
were non-decision debates. The following week on February 19 a llnal flolmh- was
held with Parsons. On March 26 Fort Scott met Ozark Wesleyan in a clnal cll-linen
which resulted in one victory for the home team. On March 14 a very iiiteresring :ll-.
bate Was held in the Junior College assembly. The following day our Junior College-
affirmative Was victorious over Kansas City Junior College. March 19 debates were hold
again with Pittsburg Teachers' College and the followlllg dal' we divided honors with
Iola in a dual debate.
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Y. WT. C. A.
The Young Women's Christian Association was organized in the Junior College in
the early fall of 1928 with the help of Miss Vifalker, District Secretary of the Y. M. C. A.,
at an informal banquet, prepared by the girls of the Junior College.
The club met the second Tuesday of every month for supper and discussion at the
Y. M. C. A. building. Well prepared, worthwhile programs of general discussion, on such
subjects as "The Purpose of the Y. W. C. A.," "Friendship," "The youth of today," "Mar-
riage and Career," occupied this time. Besides the regular devotional meetings, the Y.
W. C. A. had charge of a devotional program for assembly ichapell and a Pre-Easter
morning devotional service. The afternoon of the fourth Tuesday of the month was de-
voted to social gatherings, which consisted of some party, or picnic appropriate for the
Early in March the Organization sent to President Hoover a letter congratulating him
and Offefillg llheif Sullport in law enforcement, which was graciously answered bY his
In the spring of 1929, the Y. W. C. A. sponsored the advertising of the J. C. H. S.
Carnival, and the Queen of the Maroon and Carnival. M
This Successful year of the Y. VV. C. A. was brought to a close with the reception for
the Senior Girl Reserves of the High School.
For the Success of the
is due our faithful sponsor, Miss G01 do
fe E 1 ' 11, and the advisory board: Frances Yarvel. C011
rence' ve .- - .. . . ,, , ,, -
' YH Mummy, advelt-151118, Kathryn Mittlebach, finance: lvlary lnllen Drake
program' Mar Welk 1 l- . - . X ,
i Y 91, Social service, and Mary Cal-Heyy 509131.
Y. W. C. A. in the Junior College this year. unlimited p1'21iS9
Y. M. C. A.
The Student Y. M. C. A. has witnessed one of the most successful yt-urs in its
history. Fort Scott Junior College was the first Junior College in linnsns ro organi-
ize and affiliate itself with the National organization.
At the first of the school year a questionnaire was filled out by the boys ir, illi-
Junior College to find the topic that was the most desirable to base the :inet-zlnus ul'
the entire year upon. It was t.he concensus ot wishes to have vocational talks. lmllow-
ing these Wishes a meeting was held once a Week at the city Y. M. C. A., ut whit-li
time, prominent men of the city led discussions concerning "The choosing ol' ii vomi-
tion for a life work." Much interest was aroused among the men of the college :lui-inc'
Along with these meetings, the Student Y. M. C. A. brought three proinincnr cfln-
cational and religious men to the college throughout the year to make talks uncl lvanl
discussions, which were very interesting, as .well as very i11SU'l1CfiV9- TW' H1011 W"1"'
Dean Dyer ot the University of Kansas, Harold Colvin, Senior Secretary of tln- lion-lay
Mountain Region of thle Student Y. M. C. A., and Lyman Hoover, Religious Work Sci--
retary of the Rocky Mountain Region.
The club is planning to send several representatives to Estes Park. Colorado for
the summer Y. M. C. A. camp. .
The following officers and sponsor Worked hard tl1i'ouQ.'11OUt the YQH1' to mul
Student Y, M, C, A, one of the most successful organizations of the Junior Colle-H01
, , . ,,,. .FRANCIS GIFT
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.--------PROF. VICTOR KELLY
True to tradition, in the fall of 1928, the cave Sesame opened to disclose thirty
peppy girls waiting for an opportunity to do service. There was no delay in finding
this opportunity for under the able leadership of Miss Bernice Bamberger with Gladys
Mason, president, Esther Bell, vice-president, Alta Cowen, secretaryg Katherine Mit-
tlebach, treasurer, the club took up its Work. The score-board on the football field
was purchased and presented to the school. The club presented a most enjoyable
assembly program and then gave themselves a Christmas party. Finally came the
grand inspiration and the Sesame Girls mo
delled Milady's Fashions at Junior High on
March 14, with Marjorie Carson as general chairman, the Fashion Show was a grand
success. The people of Fort Scott decided th t th
long been hidden in the Sesame Cave.
L a e pnettiest girls in Fort Scott had
THE GIRLS' PEP CLUB
The Girls' Pep Club of the Junior College was organized September 1928 under the
sponsorship of J. W. Christian. ,Its purpose is to create a greater pep and enthusiasm
for athletics in the Junior College and to lead in the organization of athletic activities
and interests, in cooperation wth the teams and the student body as a whole,
As this was the first year of the club's existence, all girls of the college who so alc-
sired, were admitted to membership. The club remained active only through the foot-
ball season. During this time it sold refreshments at the High School football guincs
in order to assist the High School Pep Club in the joint High School and .Iunior Col-
lege Football Banquet.
The officers for the year were as follows:
President--mum ,,,,..,.. ALTA COYVICN
- - ...... UROSEMOND PAYTON
Secretary and Treasurer ...... ---""" V IVIAN MILLER
Next year the club hopes to begin activities again and to grow in strength and
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The Thespianv Club is the dramatic organization of the junior College. The
m'embership.is limited to twenty, but the alumni members are eligible for parts in
til? n1ajor,.production of the yearg
Regular weekly meetings are held on VVednesday noon in the school cafeteria.
Soeiial iaieaings are held once a month
at the homes of the Various members.
f .Each year the club has for its projeets the presentation of a Christmas pro-'
gram, and a play in a downtown theatre. As the Christmas program this year, the
one act play, "The Loveliest Thing," was given before both the High School and
junior College assemblies. .
Un April Sth and 9th the annual 'Thespian play, 'Smilin' Through,', was
given at the Liberty Theatre.
A great deal of cred-it is due th
officers of the organiiation are:
ident. ...... .
Librarian .... ....
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eir able sponsor, Miss Devore Hiatt: "
MISS VELDA COX - JU-CO QUEEN
In the Annual Declamation-Orati011 C
ontest held at Arkansas City OH ADTH 21, Leon-
. - ' 11 ' ' onacup pre-
ard Bowers, representative of the Junior College 111 Declamatlon' avmg W
sented by the Thespians, Won fourth Place! 3
nd Louise Burton, the Junior College rep-
, . . 1 l W. C. T. U., also won
resentative in Oration, having won a cup Dlesenteq by tie 003'
fourth place. There were nine contestants entered 1n eac SFOUD-
Jokes of teachers oft remind us
We can make our grades sublime,
If We only burst With laughter,
At the designated time.
' Mrs. Moore: "Did you wash that fishbefore you baked it?'i
Mildred: "No, what is the use, if it' has lived in the Water
Don't study when you're tired,
Or have something else to do.
Don't study when you're happy,
For that would make you blue.
Don't study in the day time
And don't study in the night,
But study at all other times
With all your main and might.
Miss Gordon: "Mr. Schilling, Who was Milton-w
Carl Schilling: "Milton was a poet who Wrote 'Paradise
died, he Wrote 'Paradise Regained' ",
He led her to t
He led her to the altar, she 19d h
im after that.
all it's life."
Lost' then when his Wife
it Mr' and MTS- BY Briggs.
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RUDY WOGAN-Captain. Rudy brought us out of many a tight place with his
CKSON-Coach. Dee moulded the team into one of the best machines in
.IEW OBER-Captain-Elect. Jew was always ready to delivei a l
, ' ong punt and he
had a head full of tricks which were disastrous to the opponents.
BRUNO CORDOLA-"Hawk" proved that he was l' '
y , 1v1ng up to his nickname this
year and we're looking for him back next year.
REX HOLMES-Rex played a Stonewall position at center and we hope to see him
GLENN EMMERSON-"Pud" was right there every minute of the game and we're
sorry to see him leave us. '
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EUGENE JACKSON-"Jack" kept up the good work in college, that he had stan-tt-cl
in High School.
GEORGE JONES-George tried his luck at football this year and came through
with a bang.
DE VON LAWRENCE-"Fat" kept up his steady hard-hitting game this year.
ROBERT LEFFLER-Bob had hard luck this year, but he played a fast game while
he was in it.
ALBERT PEASE-Albert proved himself to be a fast, hard-hitting player.
EUGENE PETERS-"Pete" was the stone wall in the defense and the steam roller
on the offense and we'1'e sorry to see him leave us.
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MARION QUICK-Quick had his first year of football this year and he showed up
well. ' . ' ' ' '
VIRGIL SHILLING-Virgil was the shortest man on the team but he didn't mind
that. He fought. - - 'K ' '
ED SHAFFER-Ed was like Nurrni when he started down the field. Speed, An'
how? - ' '
LORRAINE TVVEEDY4TWeedy'Was another brick in the wall along the line. He
was awake always. '
JOE WINTER-:Toefwas there on the line every minute, and he was awake always.
DALE YOUNG-Young was the best broken field runner on the team. He had
all the qual1t1es of a football player and he was one.
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Iola ...... .i........ . . -......20
Coffeyville .... .... 0
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ABBEY--Center. This is Abbey's first year with us and we hope he will do as well
next year as he did this.
CORDOLA-Guard. Bruno played an excellent defensive game and we want him
back next year. . .
EMMERSON-Forward. "Pud" showed that he had some real basket ball stuff in
HOLMES-Forward. Rex was hard to guard in any game of the season.
JACKSON-Forward. "Jack" had his old form on shooting goals and he wasn't such
a bad forward besides.
OBER-Guard. "Jew" showed us that he hadn't forgotten how to play basket ball.
SHAFFER-Guard. Ed was an asset to the team in speed, headwork and playing.
WOGAN-Center. "Rudy" could out tip any center in the conference and was the
equal of the star player.
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This year We can feel "stuck up" about our basketball team, and whv not 'K ima' slr.
first time since the College started We have a championship team.
Dee Errickson deserves a great deal of credit, but not all, however, lwvuusm- 1111- hors
on the team showed themselves to be real players. In not a few games they llzul lu pm
out every bit they had in order to make the final winning basket. The whole mum mov-
ed like a big machine with every cog Well oiled and working in close harmony willl th.-
The citizens showed that they were behind the team and were proud ol' them. bf--
cause they gave a big banquet in their honor and presented each player with an wan-ll
charm, to show their appreciation.
Some of the boys will be back With us next year so We are all looking forwarrl with
enthusiasm to a successful season.
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ep em er - - -
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meg ai yiij li Our first assembly: Mr. Davison tells us a funny story, and Mr. Benj-
ep em - , , '
- ' e inspiration.
am1nSE71?tLeI1fbi1rV?l?5iE3J1j?O1?J Hepler Track meetg Ober and Young made the most touch-
F October 5.-Ju-C0 goes to Iola and get their heads bumped.
Qcfobgr 9-Sesame has physical examination of new membersg Y. W. C. A. starts
its four-cornered life. K , ,
October 11-Coffeyville or Fort Scott meets its fate on the old gridiron.
-d - 1ayUe of assembly. Eva lVlcCalment relates bravery of one
of faggigigenieimbgfsgamigagncJu-?3o's score another' victory. This time the Deaf Mutes
b . .
OWOctober 22-Prospective Thespian members are relieved of their scant knowledge
of Dramatics, et cetera. 0 I
October 23-Sesame settles down to business. Everyone scratching their heads
for clever ideas. - . .
October 24-New Thespian members startled the entire school by wearing their
clothes backward and making us- all hungry by CH1'1'Yi11g 211'0L1Hd CELUS of SH1'diI1GS-
October 25-Y. WV. and Y. M. fight overfeed given at the Y. It was a tie.
October 26-Emily Ericsson takes us all to Europe!
October 27-K. C., Mo. meets our Ju-Co Greyhounds. Young holds crowd spell-
bound by a 75 yard run.
October 31-Hallowe'en! Young and Briggs "Tree'd" in order to get their weekly
November 2-El Dorado meets Ju-Co. The whole stadium pale and breathless over
poor George's dislocated hip!
November 6-Maroon sends in its "dummy" Which one?
November '7-Students are given two days vacation to recuperate. More was
needed but not granted. V
November 10-Back to daily grind again. Teachers as hard as ever. J
November 22-Sketches from "Servant in the House." Russell Carney makes a
marvelous deaf mute.
November 28-Pumpkin Pies and Turkey!
December 5-Freshmen begin worrying about Juries and Trials and Judges.
December 17-All little
somebody gets a black eye.
Marty would have made an
boys and girls play in the first snow of the season-and
's give "The Loveliest Thing." But no one could find her!
excellent Santy but for one thing-his avoirdupois
u December 25-"While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads." Floyd Wil-
liams hangs up his stocking-and hopes.
Faculty forgets their dignity for the bob sled party.
January 14-Everybody in love with "Jew." The Parsons game.
Finals! Miss Bamberger's cruelty causes the collapse of Holmes.
Jaliuafy 18-EVG1'Yb0dY's got the writer's cramps. Finals over. However, most of
us survived. t -
JPIHUELTY 20-We breathe again finals are
, , - ove . W t ' - t
to get In good Wlth the new teachers. r e s ait our new couises and ry
January 21-We survive the load of lessons
J 22 ' assigned by our loving teachers.
cago HHHRPY -Sesame has a business meetingg Y. W. girls take a free trip to Chi-
iilgggiy Zi-gn-Co members 'strain their voices by warbling in assembly.
Janna Y 27 JU'CO,D1ayS.E1 Dorado, and of course carry off all the honor.
'IKM Party, Et3lgC2iZ31ga1n go back to their childhood and have a good old-fashioned
nified and have a Kansas Egg? Ilggljdlgggiach takes the prize. The teachers remain dig-
sageJ?13JLnirl7NI3?1Tg?tEec3gurSfE1ha11 .Of Us are inspired because Rex Walls brings us a mes-
Januar 30, J . e little basket-ball boys receive their hard-earned letters.
Ja Y f u-Co beats Arkansas City ina hard, fast game,
nuary 31-We agam have SHOW, and bob sled parties.
February 3-The greyhounds shox' tl .1 ,
court. 5 v ien dexterity by beating K. C. on their homie
E, THE CLASS OF 1929, REAUZ1
NG AND RECOGNIZING THAT
THE ADVERTISEMENTS TN THE T
Ak NUAL ARE NECESSARY TO
ITS FINANCIAL SUCCESS, CONSIDER IT A D 1- T 4
QF CLASS HONGR TO TRY TO MAKE AN INXEJELSITSTIENTATBHIETTJEITS
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February gi-1 Giigherie who talks to us on "Prohibition"
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peaigbgigaiywashingtoni' Don and Pauline Briggs admit that they have taken the
fata1FSeii?rIiiary 22-Hurrah! The greyhounds defeat the I-laskell Indians.
February 27.-Y W girls take a trip to Ireland and learn some new jokes. Thank
goodlifiiuary 28--Mr. Hugus appears before the Botany classesg the Spanish class
show us how all Senors and Senoritas should act. i
March 2-Fifteen rah's for our Ju-Co boysg they defeated lola and win Ju-Co's first
Chan1tfl3EEhf1IlIt,S Inauguration Day but we were almost as thrilled about the cham-
March 5--Sesame has a business meeting concerning the big Fashion Show.
March 11-Ober, Jones, and Wogan make All Star Team-Three of the reasons
of Ju-Co's winning the championship.
March 14-The night of the Fashion Show. A big success and many new clothes
bought the following day.
March 20-Y. M. and Y. W. enjoy a joint meeting.
March 21-Pep Club presents a play in assembly.
March 25-A week of special services preceding Easter starts: many show their
interest by attending. The Chamber of Commerce gives a banquet in honor of the
March 26-Y. W. had charge of chapelg it was conducted in a very interesting man-
March 2:7-Mr. Hoover talks on "The Place of Religion in a Students Life." He
was a very interesting speaker, and we enjoyed his visit a great deal.
March 29-Easter Vacation starts, our last vacation before the end of school.
April 2-Back to the same old grind. Sesame meets and Mr. Parrison gives a very
April 3-Inter-Class track meet.
April 4-Second round of music contest.
April .5-Seats go on reserve for the Thes ' Pl "S '1' ' T1 ' ffl " N one is
killed in the rush, but several are injured. plan ay ml in H Out, 1. O
Apiiii 8-First night Of Hsmilill' T111'0Hgh" goes over keen.
nom?-gigde-AH0t11G1' night of the play, and another grand sucdess. Ju-Co queens are
A2912 ig-VOUHS for queen starts. Everybody spends pennies?
pri -The votmg COHUHHGSS everybody hunts old clothes for hobo day.
. ADT11 12-It has arrived! What? Hobo Day! No lessons! Cox a Ju-Co freshman
gaIl?LQC1Lid Elueegl. One of the biggest and best parades Fort Scott has ever had. Big
1va a n1g t, all dress for the occaglon,
Aiiiii 15-Rush t0 get notebooks read t i - -
t. , mph A I I V M -4 K Y o hand in. A sigh of relief and the exclama-
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April 18-Rain continued.
April 19-And still it pours! F
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1rst round of declamation and oration.
April 23-The teachers Show us ho- urrah. Finals of declamation and oration.
April 24-Leonard Bowers wins ' W much they iove us by piling up Work'
May 10-Maroon staff leaves t in the Deeiamaiieii Dieiiiiiiiiiiiiee-
May 21-The "SoDhs" say good bown over night leaving ma-'HY bills unpaid-
Ma 24-Th . , ' Ye- Several promise to be back next year however-
Y e grlnd is over. Hurrah for good old summger!
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Your fate Your future what will it be? The question that has often troubled stud-
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ents of Fort Scott Junior College. Herein we have the future o eac op omore re-
vealed. The lines in the hand tell all. They can never be bribed or threatened. So
after a thorough reading of every hand in the S0Dh0m0re C1955 H1959 Stalfllng facts
were brought to light.
FLOYD WILLIAMS-a secretary to one of the greatest men in history with his
office on the top floor of the Woolworth building.
GLADYS MASON-President of the United States in the year of 1999.
EVA MCCALMENT-the greatest kindergarten teacher in history. Greatly loved
by her small pupils.
WILLIAM GENCH-turned pious-thousands of peoples moved by this Widely
known Billy Sunday the second.
GLENN SOELLNER-Whoever supposed this timid little boy would rise to such
towering heights. A carnival barker. I
GLENN EMMERSON-A second Eddie Foy, who demands of his wife "Thou shalt
believe in me even at 3 oiclock in the morning." A ,
CHARLES WCGAN-A very competent successor to Hiram Wray, 4
RUSSELL CARNEY--A silver-voiced tenor of the Metropolitan. -
ROSAMCND PAYTON-A famous bed-time story teller over station W. D. A. F. .
FLORENCE TIBBETTS-Sincere follower of Francis E. XVillard.
LOIS ALEXANDER-We thought she couldn't do anything but look here!-World's
greatest crocheter. I 1 5
LOIS ROSE-Named by the World Famous Artists as "The World's Perfect Flirt."
ALTA RUNKLE-Equestrienne de luxe in Furse and Babcock famous four ringed
S STELLA VAN MATRE-Principal-Superintendent and what-not of all Fort Scott
n AMARTY ATKINS-Elocutionist. Most popular at different meetings held WEAKLY
I WARREN WATERS-He has now taken Squirels place and makes his daily rounds
for Moore's garbage with his faithful donkey and wagon. .
GEORGE JONES-Baseball coach at Stringtown-Oh of course Marguerite is
there too, and George Jr. is adorable!
LOUISE BURTON-Startled the world by annouiicing she will be the first woman
to fly across the Marmaton.
ALBERT PEASE--Moving millions by his marvelous playing on a comb.
is lligvgiiliilgDESLIEELE-T1'uHd1iHg H baby Carriage with his face wreathed in smiles
MARY COON-An usher in the Empress Theatre,
MARY CARNEY AND ALTA COWEN-P Q ' 1' . .. .
highway robbery and sent to Sing-Sing. -armels In Cume' Both Wele attested fm
HAR - 0- . . ,
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MARTHA HARDIN- ' -' ' ' ' ' ,
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MILDRED I-IOCKER-Manufacturer of Sky Blue pink Ice Cream
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EVELYN MUNDAY-Wor1d's greatest short-story writer, 1il'l'1llll" imu-,us bg. lui
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FRANCES VARVEL-First Woman editor of New York Moon.
RICHARD VAIL-Chemistry Wizard who became famous by his new iii.-liioil -il
HOWARD WOGAN-Chimney sweep famous for his oleuuliuoss.
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