Fort Scott High School - Yearbook (Fort Scott, KS)

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Q15 dggg ihfm42up,1,,., ?"',?"'fHh ww' me lists ffl? Qiiiims And Wrote All Things -'-M In One Great Annal Book" 1 Tx-j 1 R Uh: Grmt Ball N, T,IS'roN Nl Ilfl INII YIil'IN'l UI' Sf'll4NlI.N J IIIX IIKI ,lbw Tr , . .,..,w5i,. 4. , in lmfxeiufw , 5 Jn!-Asst. Easing I-'mam scam- Sqmzr -Asst. 1 n.l.--,, un. . -1.. - .vfffw A 3.,.,, . , . Shea - Bri Editor cnnmsow STAff g MDF Htlsinriport Editor Ba hmm - 5 Z' Ni xg-UQ Merlin, The Wise Man That Ever Served 5 ! x J E 0 i,,,,f.v"!A g"N-,,,!-H :al h 1, ' N fide-,+--at--.,... ,,. A L srl V are 5 "'-'-eww-r-.,...n . - . ' :- 44:01 ' ., ' , .-ft: . - V ' .--,.4-aG-- , A-.V 5 ,.,- M- K ,,.,-,....,..,,...--- . .... ,V 4 x -1 0 . K. DonoTHY ANDERSON, EDITH Ascn, Spanish.. Comoncrcinl. A. B.. University of Wisvousin. B. K. S. T. C. of Pittsburg. A. M.. University of W'isc0nsin. BERNIC1-1 F. BAMBERCJ-zu, ANNA J, BROXVN, Mathematics. Art. A. B-. University Of KHYISHS- Chicago Art Institute,-Universitg A. M., University of Kansas. Chicago Art Institute. 'HMMN C"RN""xX' C'llAlu.l-is D. Euwxsux. Y , . ,' cm" 'H' H ml' .U1lf7lf'llIflfif'S, Hi.vt:,ry, H Q., 5111001 ol' .x4llNlIliSll'2l1l0Il, A' BI' wwlshlmrnl I'nlIsh111'g:,', N W C0l,l,1-:HN FOXYI,l'Ill. LIONA B. FI.ETf'III-IR. Domestic Art. History. A. B.. Collvfrc of Emporia. Drury College, Springfielrl, Mo. A, li, A, M., llnivvrsity of Kzmsus -Q . L It 9' . ul. ElLig,,A,.,..,-,,,,, , Vmran. Gomvox. FI.0liI'1X4'l'1 H'00XI'fl!. Idnglislz. lfllfllf-VII. A. li., l'1livc'l'sit5' ol' Kansas. .X. H., XY:uslllrul'n Full:-ga-. l'IliYf'l'Silj ol' Q'hiL'ZlH'0. l'niw-rsity of Wisvfmsiln. ltbllllllllill l'11iw-1-sity ut' Nc-w York. J. A, Hmms. Jlmzwml Training. Kansas Normal Colh-ge: K. S. T. C. of Piltshuryz. u'm-pie Institute, 1'itlsburgh, l':l K.vl'11lf:l:IXI-1 HOHNER. Physical Education. S., K. S. T. C.. l':lll1l0I'i mnjxsx ---Q K ,xx . his 5 i 1 1 fix . ' 4.------""""' "" F ' 5 in V c. nm 1 ---Q-.W ..-.,, , ia., Q XL' ' 'H "" .. .iq 3 r HELEN A. HUDSON. FRANCES KING, Domestic Science. Office SeC"etW'?l- B- S' K' S- T- Q of musburgl Fort Svott, Junior Colloge. Kansas University. GLENN B. LITTON, K.NTHLEEN LEFFLER, Music. Mathematics. B. S.. K. S. T. C. of Pittsburg. Fort Scott Junior College. Private Study, 1923, Chicago. A. B.. University of Kansas v K . Q1 I 'N ,f' N. N-- --. .-.M V , ,fu +7-H X . - v-M A. ,M .gt Nw... .. .II 4 1 ., , f Hl'1I,l'IN MCELVAIN, MARG.xmcT McLlc,xN. Librarian. Eflglish. Fm-I Svoll Junior Collogo. li. K- S- 'l'- V., l'illShllI'l4'- , Q AI.:-'nmv W. MIr,Lmz, R' P' NEEDHAM' Chemistry. , l U . , la. s., K. s. T. at or l'nrShurg. B' 5" mt'W"' U"'VQ"'N9' Summer 1922, Chicago Vnivccrsity M. S., University of Kansas. D lvzysiml Training and Civics. GL-WYS OV"f'f"'l"7U'- Mus. M.xunr: P.xlm,xAl. HiSf0"!l- Jlathmnrztics. N IS.. Vnivursity of Knnsns. A. Hb' K' S- T- V- of l,mSl,u,L llrznlunlv work nl K. l'. GA1nm:LI.A M. P1:A'r'l'. KA'rHE1uNl1: Pru-JSSLER, Biology. English. K. S. T. C. of Pittsburg. KzLnsz1sVN0rmz11 Colle-ge Kainszis University. K. S. T. C. of Pittsburg. M. S., Kansas University. University of Kansas. T' ' , I ' - W. R. P1-:mr:.'. X N Mus. Rm' Ill':x'Nul.ns .-11 ri -ulinrv' . . 'I ' Honlc' Inf-uszunalaw. H. S. in Hvm-rzll Scivm-1-. , 1 H Q , Ig, S- in Ag-,.i4.uHur,x lx. h. l. l. of l'1tlsIvl K. S. A. C. ol' Mzmlmltaxn. bp.-. . , FIIICIU C, S'l'Ul'Kl-IHILXND INA S1+:,xu1:.xx'1c, . . . .-1 'i '1 Il ' '. Anxrnml Trrmlmy. U' ' ' 'H' I4 N K 9 X 1' Nlunh Los Amrvles Slzxtv Normal, 4 ' ' ' ' ' " A Vnivvrsily of Unlifornizu. niversily of Southern California. ng. l . , 1 D"3V0K"3 W-V1"1'v M.umor: Wixrxrz, l"I'CI1ClL. History. Latin, Civics. Fort Scott Junior College. B. S' K. S. T- C- of Pittsburg- A. B., ITniVe1'sity of Kansas. OUR FACULTY QAs listed in "XVho's XYl1o."-King Arthur K Co. Puhlishersl. Sir Shideler-"Chief of allg a man of mighty wit. and withal a master of the art of speech." Liona Fit'tCilC1'-HX'C1'lly, Sir Knights, she possesseth that quality of making mortal man dry up and seek the timber." Devore W'att--Lately come-and countenance restful to thine optic nervef' Helen Hudson-"XVho holds enlocked the secrets of a thousand savory viandsf' Kathery ne Horner-"That sprightly miss, whom knights would fain do hat- tle for." Glen l.itton-"A quiet male, yet able to coax music from a broom." Charles D. Erickson-"A more delicate and submissive knight were never known." Gabriella Pratt-"Of 33, who, with knife and lens, doth rend the mortal frame, with iiever a shiver." James Hugus-"Able to build from il heap, I1 Stately Castle." R. P. Needham-"A prince of strength, one of mighty force." Alfred Miller-"True Master of Merlin, with massive knowledge of his craft." Katherine Pressler-"Piloting those newly come, to soften their first hard year of tasks." James Christian-"Youth of looks, who sits 'mid stacks of coin-and keeps them straight." 7'7" S 4- f..,f A -,- M.. ,f,- ,1- 1' P Q W P! , K Y 4 1 'A L F J, ,Q V 's 1 1 JA ' I WJ. X V -1 E! 'H r v 4 1 xxx r x .31 :nv Ji ,il V 'EQ ,,. 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This yvar, tlzc faurtlz, saw tlzc inauguration of thc National Honor Society from its ll1lIlIl1!'7'S,' tlzc ClIllA'fl'IlL'fl0Il of thc school pin by a Scniorg tlzz' choice ofa school orator aml a 'mcuzbcr of tlzc a'cbatv team ffvfll fllv z'lass,' tlzc iSCIIl0l' baskctball and football men: tlzvsa arc tlrc outstanaliizg efforts of tlzc b0fly.' Anil finally, tlzc fvrcscntation of its play, "7'l1c' Prince cqllllflfy and tlzc fwleli- ration of tlzc annual 'zvlicrcin tlzis is written, rcprvscut tlzc citltnination of four years of work and play. SENIOR Ol7F1C'ERS: Pl't'.Yfl1'l'1lf ..... ........ Kcmfcfli Briggs l"icc'-Prvsiflcvzt ...w. ,.,.... I 'Vilma Kipp Sccrvtarhv ........ ...... C 'lzris Rcyrzalds Treasurer s,,..... ..... . loc Searle S poizsor-M iss H oawcr l"1'ivdr'l Pnflrr Cmzrfnwl Curl Kl4INNl41'l'll K. Fllllilllil, Gl4:1:Al.n R. S'I'.Xl'If0lllJ "SlI'-'riiwiis llifvf' 2: "K'l:1i'e1wv." 3: Niotnze-, Kansas, 1, 2: Lewislon, 'Wlolclon Days." 3: Forum, 3g R941 Pup- Montana. 33 Track, 4: Forum, 4, pews." 43 l'r0 anrl Fon and Plays, 45 Vrimsun Staff, -11 "Trial by Jury," 4: "l'lc-use Omit Flowvrsf' 31 "Maker of llrl-ams," Sl: "The Prince Chap," 4. BIAIILIC S'l'l'l"Fl.EIlE.XM Rl"I'II P0'I"l'lCl! t A May Foto, 21 Art Club, 3. Yll'1'-l'l'USlllt'Ill of Class, 3: "Holden Days," Sly Spanish Uluh, 3, -1, l'rvsidvnt, 43 Homr- ldc-minlnifts Club. 3, 4: "Trial hy Jury." 4: f'l'iYl'lS0lI Staff, 4: "Per- plvxiug Situations." 43 Girls' Fluh Ad- visory Board, 4: "The Prince Chap," 4. PAl'l. LANE Vlcnxic L. CllAN'I"UIlll A,-1 Q'Iuh' 4, l'rc-scoll. l, 2: Trai-li. 3, l, Uiillllllll. lg Fmillmzill. AI: Yi4'e'-l'rvsirl0nl Boys' Club, 41 lf' Ululr, 3, 4. I,Al'l,INl1I Muili-3 Ulm. LA Vmcxic RArasn.u,i-2 l'itIsluurl: Music l'onl1-sl, 3, 4: Span- f'5il'lSr Vlllh l'il'l'US. 21 HBOSIIVS Hl'i'll.'." ish Vlulv. 33 Home Economic-s Club. 41 32 "f'Il111f0!'f'." 3: Hflme FICOYIOIYHCH Girls'1'luh.Xrlvis0ryB0al'rl.4l, Club. 3. 42 Music' Club ISCCW Illlfl 'Fri-as,J, 11 "'I'h4- Prince Chap," 4, Stafford Stufflcbcum Lune liagsdalc ,S- 1., Ncu'hou.wc Hurrur Ir'cynnIds Jennings Cl-IARl,l'IS Nlcwuousic SIIICIADON B. '1'1'uNr:i: Boise- High School, 1, 25 "Golden l.alin lfluh, 1, 23 "Trial hy Jury." -4 llavsf' 3: Spanish Club, 3: National lilve l'luh, 4. Honor Sovioty, 43 Pro and Con and Plays. 43 Hi Y, 4. lihiimz Anim: H.uuiAu LHLUN Sw Girls' Uluh Firm-us, 23 "Trial by .lury," 33 Crimson Staff, 4. Cums C. Rr:x'No1.ns w,,',,U,N N. Huy,- VIHSS SPl'l'f'f2ll'3'. 41 Nui. lilmior So- lli-Y, 2, Sl, 43 Art Vluh, ig Siamlaral s-iety. 41 Pro and Con and Plays. 3, 4: 1-in lwasignel-, 4, Yive-l'resisl0iiL Pro and Con, 4g Forum. 2. 3, 4. KA'l'lIPIIlINPI JENNINLQS Fl.olil1:N1'l-3 G, F0k'l'Nl-In llalin Ululn, 21 "l'inafor0," 33 "Trial Flass Day l'lay, lg Fommervial Flulv hy Jury." 4. 2, Tl, 4: Tynvwriting Fontest, 4. Turner Shea H u nt Fortner 1 Spanish Ululr, Il, 45 Crimson Staff. 4 XX l.....,.. f" '--, -5-? ' l 5 I ,fl N, fx" Q A4 W.-. - ,,-, -Q-my l l , 1 ,..,,,,,,..-,-M'-1 T ,M Ql E -A L g qrhyw W H-N--Mm V ""' ' I -Q x. i 'xxx lf I, C, Ham nz. Wilson Atkins Hum IRWIN HAMM THi4:I.M.x WMU: Voc' Kgricultme 3 4 Ar 'I b -1' tL.u.2,3, 4: Farm Ac-counts Club, 3. Girls' Club Circus, 2, Commercial Club, 2, 4. VILLA All.kl.INE WILSON Vpjmgfpj Lgmzgylq ALLEN Chanute, Junior High, 1: Opereita, 2, Bill H'l Sl LB ld Ill.1 Commercial Club, 2, 3, 41 Glee Club, 2. fn' m1 emo en Commercial Club. 2, 3, 43 Home Ecol nomics Club, 4: Typewriting Contest. 3. 4. GAm..xNn ATKINS C . FLURA BAI1.m' Latin Club, 2. 3. 4, President. 4: Pro :mel Con und Plays, 43 Crimson Staff, 4. Girls- Clul, Circus' ll glee Club, 3' 4 EDNA HllN'l' l01..x Rlloim Srribblvr Reportvr, lg Girls' Club Cir cus, 23 Commercial Club, 3, 4. Rvdfielrl. lg Orchestra, 2: MHP' Fvlv. 21 N. T. C. Club, Sedy, -1. Ward A llcn Bailey Rhoda Y "l 1 'A' ' '1,1t:-an-.. V ' 9 '-"f'ff'A1 M VH V , ...,., A, . . T J -5 0'1'0vlr1'H Kipp Com moms lllnnlva JAM:-:s V. CROCKI-1'r'r Adv, Mgr. Boys' Club 1'1ny, 23 "l"lurence," 3, Public Speaking Plays. 31 "H. M. S. l'inu.fore," 33 "The liion and the Mouse," 3: Pres. Music Club, 43 Art Club, 3, 4, "Trial by Jury," 4. WILMA B. Ku-P Secretary of Class, 23 French Ulub, 2, 3: Queen of the Annuul,2g "Golden lmysf' 33 Music Club, 3, 45 Home lflco- nomics Club, 3, 43 Vice-President of Class, 41 "l'erplexing Situation," 4: Pep Club, 4, "The Prince Chap," 43 Nallioual Honor Sfwiety, 4. Fmfznnmex COMMONS Class President, 33 Pro and Con and Plays, 3, 43 "Trial by Jury," 45 "Maker of Dreams," 33 Pep Club, 4: Secretary :md Treasurer of Boys' Club, 43 Boy Seoul Band, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club, 4. Fll.X NCES MllN'I'PIF7 "Bosn's Bride," 23 Home Economiv Club, 35 Spanish Ulub, 3: "l'inafore," 3. 'l'ln-zssw: A. Ezlnmv Art Ululv, 2, 3, Normal Training l'lulr, 4. Tllr:I.M,x HAMMON Arczulia High, l. 23 Glen Uluh, 1: l'omme-rcial Club, 3, 43 Typewriting Uontest, 3, 4. JEX NIE Sl'l'IXSl!EllllEll A rl Vluh, 3. Ci.m'.x BARN En Vive-Presillent Girls' Club, l: Girls' l'lul1 Uircus, 2. Embry Hammnn Spmisbfrgvr Barker Jun ns' Hn7Ir'ran Ilccfnm' Scfrrcr NfklllNl'l JONES Basketball, lg Girls' Club Cirvus, l, P 7 Lg May Fete, 2.1 Scribbler Staff, 2: t'0mnwrc'ial Vlub, 43 "Not 10 the Swift," 4. Grznuaam Holm-:RAN K'0Illlll6l'C'lLll Club, 1, 23 Latin Club, 33 Honiv ltlconontivs Club, 43 Girls' Club Atlvisory Board, 4. Hxzm, IRENIG Bl'llC'l'Nl'lll Girls' Ululr Circus, 1: May FQWP, 23 Art Ulub, 33 l'r0 and Con, 43 Normal 'l'l'2llIllllg', 4. Mnminm SEAYER Girl:-i' Ulnlr Circus, 2, C'0tnnwrf'i:1l Vinh, 2, 4. GUY Romcwrs Footlmll, 2, 3. 41 Track, 2, 43 F Vlub, ' l 4 HAZ!-:L MAE Grim, Bosn's Bride, 23 Portia. Club, 2. 3, 43 Music Club, 41 National Honor Society, 4: "Trial by Jury," 4. EDXVIN M. Romciws Football, 2, 3, 4. MiI,mu-in MAnmrm Latin Uluh, 23 May Fate, 23 Spanish Uluh, 3: l'ro and Con Plays 4: Pep Club, fig "A Perplexing Situation," 4. Roberts Guill Roberfs .llaguirc Wognn Hrlrlmrln llnlrvll .llrrrznlf C l'0l11I1lPl'C'i2ll Uluh, 3, 43 Ili-Y, ZZ, 3. I Ss-hool 4 ll.xlu.r1s S. WOUAN Ll,m'n Glrrlxlz Art Uluh, 3, 41 "l'iIlllf0I'1'," 33 "'l'l'i:nl yy .lm'5'." 43 'Prznr-k, -l. irulor, 4. Lots Squncn H.xn1:ll1:'1' E. HARTMAN I Hleu Vluh. 13 Art Uluh, 23 Home Huo- nomius Ulub, 3, 4. 1 .-v ., H1 N 4 Club, 4: "The l'riuc'e Chap," 4. Latin Club, 13 N. T. C. Club, 3. l.:1liu Uluh, 2, Il, 43 Pro und Pon and Plays, 43 Urimson Stuff, 43 Journalism, 5 llunur Such-ly, 4. In-:s1,llf: Howrtm. RVSSWJA D-WW? Fl'4'llL'h Pluh, 1, 23 Art Plub, 2: Fool- Z3 M:'. 'I , 38: USIK' L ub 3 pnush hun' 4' Ouvl-1 A. STRONG Emu L. M.u:zo1,l-' Music Vluh 3: "Busn's Bride," 21 l"r0nn'h Uluh, 3: "l'ill1lf0l'l',-' 31 I'rn :md Con, 43 Home l':f'Oll0I1lif'S Vlub, 43 "Trial hy Jury," 43 V4-p Uluh, 4. Grub b Squier Davee Strong f ' 'W L1 l . ,--. l I . IJ 5, H -' A i 1 2 .-.- . - --rx, ...fn M.-.--...-... W- .A . , ,U-vw M., . ,, . lt . .DH 4. ,. L4 Lnfffl Co msfor-k Karim Roosinger HAnor.n F. LUFFELI. Pep Club, 4, Art Club, 43 Music l'lub, 35 "Trial by Jury," 4, "The Per- plexing Situation," 43 "The Prince Chilli," 4. lim E. COMSTOCK Girls' Club Circus, 13 Commercial Club, 2, 3, 4. ELTON KARNS Treasurer Class, 4, Art Club, 2. 3, 45 'l'l'1'2LSUl'HI' Boys' Club, 3, President, 43 Assistant Cheer Leader, 43 "A Per- plexing Situation," 4, Pep Club, 4. JiiAl.I'1'l'A Boosmmclz Bronson High, 2, "Golden Days," 3: Home lflconomics Club, 3, 4, President, 43 Pup Club, 4, 'Terplexing' Situa- tion, 4. J. MFJIRRIL REYNOLDS Art Club, 45 Stage Properties for "l'inufore," 35 Spanish Club, 25 Mana- ger Athletic Field. 4. Fr.0m-mon MAY REYNOI.DS l'ro and Con and Plays, 3, 43 Type- writing Contest at Pittsburg, 3. HUGH KENDRICK l'res. Voc. Agriculture Club. 3. 41 President 4 H Club, 43 High School Stock Judging, 3, 4. Rli'l' Il BENEIDIWI' French Club, lg Public Speaking, 43 Spanish Club, 3. 4, Secretary 3. Reynolds Reynolds Kendrick Benedict .. V 1 Hum Drakn Nr'u'br'rry Hugh es Comm HURN Girls' Club Circus, 2, Home Econom- ic:-1, 3, Umtion Contest, 3, Portia, 4. MARY OPAL DRAKE Latin Club, 2, 3, 43 Secretary of Lal- in Club, 43 Normal Training, 4. Douofrux' NENVBERRY Commercial Club, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Club Circus, 23 Junior Class Day Pro- Hflllll, 3. KATHRYN HUGHES l'orlizL, 2, 3, 45 Music Club, 31 "Pina- fure" Stuff, 31 Stage' lwzulzlger "Gold- en Days," 33 Girls' Club Advisory Board, 4, "The Prince Chap" Staff, 4. BERNARD P. PIo1'R0wsKI Forum, 4: French Club, 1, 2, 43 Hi-Y Clulr, 41 Art Club, 3, "The Prince Chap," 4. SYBI. IRENE HAMM A1-L Club, 3. CLAUDE H. FRIEL lli-Y, 3, 43 Commercial Club, l, 2, 3, 4 -lg Vice- President Commercial Club, LUCILE JANE MONTGOMERY Music Club 31 Home Evonomlcs, 3, 4 Cmnnn-rrizll Club, 2, 4. Piotrowslci Hamm Friel Montgomery McComb flfillfr Hunfcr Mills HAROLD Mc'CoMn "Gold0n Days," 3, Forum, 3: Vico- President A2TlL!lllllll'4l Club, 23 Judg- ing Team, 4. ANNIE MARIE MIT,I.ER Vice-l'r0sirl0nt Class, 25 Girls' Club Uircus, 23 Vive-President Girls' Club, 23 Home Economics Club, 3, 43 Girls' Club Advisory Board, 4, 'Terlilexixlg Situations," 4. JOHN RICHARDS HIINTER Class President, 23 Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Svc- retary 3, President 4, Forum, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club, 2, 3, 43 "Golden Days," 3: Pro und Con and Plays, 3, 43 Pep Club President, 43 "Trial by Jury," 4: Na.- tional Honor Society, 41 "The Prince Chap," 4. E'1'm-:L Mmm: Mll,l.S "B0sn's Bride." 23 Comme-rcinl Club, 3, 4: May Fete, 2. WTT,T.T.KM Ronmsow Art Ulub, 33 Agriculture Club, 4. CAROLYN REYNOLDS Home Economics Club, 33 Commer- cial Club, 3, 4. Vlcvron YVALKER Agri:-ulture Club, 3, 45 Commvrcizll Club, 1, 21 Football, 4. Rwrlr ROY: Vlmsanton High Sc-hool, 1. 2, 3: Girls' Plub, 4. Robinson. Rvyn olds Wallrfr R011 J F' A' ""' "" -: -r,.- 1 ' -,. , ,K .U-f 'f-. K-in f C1 ww A 'G-f M C ,gi ' - ,i --. .--, - and MU1i1liH Roland Hiaron Ruddcll RUTH MAU1-IN WAYNE Snmnns Latin Club, 2, 3, 43 Public Speak- Commffmifll Club, 2. 4- ing, 3. EDITH ROLAND LOUISE JOHANNES N Treasurer of Class, 13 Pro and Con, Art Hub' 3' 3, 4, Portia, 3, 43 Stage Manager Pro and Con Plays, 4. Ensm MAY HrxoN Rosoom D. Rnorm Redfield, 1, "Trial by Jury," 4g Commercial Club, 2. MELVINA RUDDELL RUTH Jom, Nevada High, 13 Girls' Club Circus, Latin Club. 1, 2, 3, President 3: Por- 2: May Fete, 2: Home Economics iia, 4: Crimson Staff, 41 National Hon- Uluh, 3, 4. or Society, 4: Secretary-Treasurer Girls' Club, 43 Pro and Con and Plays, 4. Shields Johannes Rhoda Joel i, I l 2 I ...M Y A mi.. 1, g 4, x. , Cram er ZlIcCnr'mick Drake Som pin CH RIs1'1-:NA M. CROMER Fulton, 1, 2, Art Club, 33 N. T. C. Club, 3. RAYNARD MCCORNTICK Minden Mines, Mo., 1, 2, 31 Football, 4: Basketball, 43 F Club, 4. GLADYS Glf:R'mUnE DRAKE Latin Club, 2, 3, 43 l'ro and Con, 3, 43 National Honor Society, 4, N. T. C. Club, 4. CnAm.lf:s H. SAMPLE Football, 3, 43 Music Club 3: Band Contest, 3, 45 "Pinz1t'ore" 'Statff, 33 "Guide-n Days" Staff, 33 "The Prince Pimp" Staff, 4. H.KROIill HARPER Hi-Y, 2, 3, 41 Forum, 2, 3, Farm Ac- count, 3, 45 Demonstration Team, 4. WATSON MARBLE Hi-Y Club, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club, 2, 3. 43 Pro and Con, 3, 41 Pittsburg Solo Contest, 3, Forum, 2, 3, 43 Crimson Staff, 4: National Honor Society, 4: Operas-tta Manager, 3, 4. HIl.1'0N H. WOGAN Cmnmm'c'i:il Club, 2, 33 Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4. RUBY L. WrLLIFonn Portia Club, 45 Commercial Club, 2, 3, "l'iI"lil.f0l'e," 33 "Golden Days." Il: "'I'1'inl by Jury," 4: Girls' Club Advis- ory Board. 4: Vice-President PSD Cllllv. 4: Music Club, 3, 4. Harper Marble Wogan Williforfl . N. I. Q., 'Al S ff' '. RE lik' s fl -.ABM H 'x , X i W Q- ,A,A -.-..v-.W -" "'1:3..N Ucil Jw ' M' ""' "'.f""L---.....,,. , ,vu--f' 1 s.. -7- -- 'A""""" ' ff 'U ., -r A, 1' -"v J 'x df' lj ff.. Searle Dcter Welch Bainum 1 Jon-L W. Smuu: Mx'1:'r1.x-1 A. Hrzmuxu Pro and Con. 3, 45 Treasurer Senior L lass. -l. NIARIAN Dm-mg MARY T1uc1,MA AIKINS President of Girls' Club, 45 French Club, 23 "Golden Days." 33 "Mak0r of l3!'0Illl1S," 3: "Sparks Divine." 3: "Trial hy Jury," 4: "A Perplexing Situation," 43 Pep Club, 43 Home Eco- nomics Club, 3, 45 Pro and Con and Plays, 3, 4. Oinrm D. WELCH FRANK W' HAMILTON "Gulch-n Days." 3: Spanish Vluh, 2. Il: Forum Society, 3, 43 Pop f'luh. 4: "A l'1-rplexing Situation," 41 Hi-Y Vinh, 3, 4. Mrnnmcn L. BAINUM ELM R055 llclwnlo, 41 Typewritim: Uontcst, l'iltslrurr,:, 3, 4: Comme-rcial Club Pres- ieloni. 4, 2, 3, 43 "Crimson Stuff. 4: "Moldon Days." 3: Secretary Class, 3: National Honor Society. 4. Hcrring Aikinz: Hamilton Rosa -Q Taylor Illcekclcy l l a Krcycr Gilbert FA YE TA YT.0ll l.:1.lin Fluh, 2: Girls' Club Circus, 2: "lloldvn Days," 3, Spanish Club, 3: l'ro und Con, 43 Portia Society, 45 "Thu Prince Chap," 4. Mun' Br.AKm.m' Bziske-tlmll, 21 "Sparks Divinvf' 3. KiK'I'lIICYN IQREYEIC Mny Fete, 2: ACC0lllIl2llllSf for Con- test at Pittsburg, 2, 3, "Trial by Jury," 4. ADALINI1: Gn.rmn'r Riverton. Wyo., 1, 2. 3: Glee Club, 4: "Trial by Jury," 4. Lolu-:N VAN Bum-:N Redfield High, 1: "Trial by Jury." 4: Track, 2, 33 Orchestra, 3. 4. ITIELEN Tn0'r'rER Latin Club, 2, 3: "T'innf0r0," 3: Mu- sic Club, 35 Home Evonornics Club Trvasurer, 4: Pro and Con, 4, National Honor Society, 4. Er.r.m'r'r I. BicNsoN Ju. Saskatoon Colle-priate Institute, l, 2. Zig French Flub, 2, 3, OPM. ULAN n Van Buren. Trotter Benson U land PM ' W? . fl Huglm: Silrvrs King Whim VVlI.I.l.X1Nl Htwaun-rs E1'u1:l.x:sr B. Kl'II'l,l4IX' l'ru :tml Con und Plays, 31 Art Club, '1'r:u'k, 3: Footlmztll, -4. i 4: 'l'r:u-li, -tg Agriculture Cluh, 2. Dmewrm' Slmmzs Enwm MYERS Girls' Club Fircus, 23 May Fctv, 2: Hi-Y Vllllr. 3, -1: Spttnish l'luh, 35 Home lflt-onomivs Club. 3, 43 filer Vluh, 'I'1':1ck. 2. 33 Vuhtic Speaking. 4, Kmxwru K.uu.'rox Klxu KI'1NNPI'I'Il ISIHHUS Forum. 2: Hi-Y. 3: "GOIth-n Days" Ulztlss 'I're:1stn'1'l', 3: l"0l'11l11. 3, 4: Ntztff, 3: Uonnnm-vial Uluh, 2, 3. tz Hvulllsll Uluh. 3, 1: Flaws l'rcside'llt. 4. The Prince- Cl1:1p" Stuff. ft. FH-NNt'l'fN Wlll'l'l'I O'run HnI.l,lNuswou'rn Ntwiv Uluh. 4: Svr'il1Ner Ih'110l'1vr. 2: Prosith-nt From-lt Club, 2, tt: Hi-Y Ut-Ito Soloist ut Contest, 4. Vlub, 2, Kcplcy Myers Briggs Hollingsworth 1 -r fl-gf-'1. -5 -' 5 ,,,,,,..fAN.x- MX. . -ww, Q Q2 ,W ,C Schafer Buckmwster A Taylor Bowers DONALD F. SCHAFER Forum, 2, 3, 43 French Club, 3, 43 Hi- Y, -ig National Honor Society, 43 "The Prince Chap" Staff, 4. Gmc:-1 BUCKMASTER ' Home Economics Club, 3: "Please Omit Flowers." 33 Declamation Con- test, 3, "Trial by Jury," 4. GUY W. TAY1.on Forum, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4. MARIE MAY Bowuns Girls' Club Circus, 15 Commercial Club, 3, 45 May Fete, 2. PAUL WIIJEY French Club, 1, 23 Hi-Y, 13 Agricul- ture Judging Team, Track, 2. EDNA EMBRY Art Club, 35 Home Economics Club 45 Journalism, 4, Class Day Proi gram, 1. WAYNE A. JENNINGS Redfield High School, 1g Pittsburg 2, 33 Art Club, 4. AL1zE1:'r.x BnILLHAR'r "Golden Days," 3, Portia.. 3, 4: Girls Club Advisory Board, 49 Art Club, 4. Wiley E m Dry J cnuings Brillhart , -NNN f E Ag.-- , . L C, , lx 5 1115 51: by Q Ng.. " 7' K A-jgjgpn.-. 4 km' K-W 5. l, -1--Lfgjj 'M' """ 'N' -X Walker Neely i CAROLYN VVALKER ELIJAH WEl,l.S Basketball, 3, 41 Ad Summa, 3, 4. Latin Club, lg Commercial Club, 2g Home Economics Club, 3, 4. Romcwr MAI,COI.M N'EEl.Y C1..xlw:Ncr: HIl.l, Baskotlmll, 1, 2, 31 Ad Summa. 1, 3. Commercial Club, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y, 4: Art Club, 35 "Golden Days" Staff. 3: Commercial Club Play, 4. Wells Hill l IW' Y' v YY" Q", ,g,,:-535y.j,,:5,,g,fij32,1:,grjf,-"i.,-'- - "' -' 4 ... c-'it' V Jn..- .N A .. ,V V - .-- , wr N-Q , MN, . n.n,.....-........s N.. -. r- -5.,,,,,, .. '-"""""" a ...G ,Q --- for -as--A ....,..,,k,,,m,,b--WWM5' Y - 0' g -.1 Af' YE SENIOR CLASS qBei11g cz briefc rhyme of tzmefulle tewtb. In days of old when knights were bold And ladies fair enchanting Those ladies talked. And talked. And talked Till men for help were panting. Poor men. It could be worse, this little verse, For this alone 'tis barded. To tell the mass, about our class Before some girl gets started. Just like 'em. In '22 we first went through This famous house of learning. We settled down to solid ground. HFor conquest we were burning. ot. Let us go back: At the first-big whack We took with flying colors. The Crimson sale. Here is the tale: We reigned above all others. Supreme. With this behind the class, we find To show its taste for plays Bent to the task. What next you ask? Result: "The Golden Days." Then shortly after, with fun and laughter A banquet soon was laid To Seniors who were having to Go out and from us fade. How sad. That dinner fine was right in line With things we had done before. Our genius burned, so then we turned To work, to accomplish more. Just like us. Oi' this full year the end is near: To stop our work we grieve But still we know on must we go Of future we are on the eve. The threshold. This have we done: we've had our fun We've had to Work, it'.s true. But they are kin, in fact they're twin, If one-the other, too. That's the rub. Our latest play here let us say Was fine to an extreme Our Crimson, too, in front of you Shows what High School can mean. Look it over. Now for some lines, a few short rhymes On persons we know about. There's Frederick, fPst!J when ladies come Frederick is never out. Rudolph. And our own Ruth. Now here's the truth To stop her pep we've tried. Quiet, and shy? With innocent eye? Say, somebody-fibbed. Regular Radio. There's Richards. the chap who cares not a rap For honors and glory and that. But he has just strings of honors and things That to China would reach if laid flat. And Lillian, and Maude, and Wilburn, and Claude. And Mildred and Bernard and Faye And Elton and Les-and dozens, I guess. Whose names are too numerous to Say. There's Hazel, who sings, and Kathryn who brings Sweet music with her touch on the keys. There's Watson, that quiet and capable chap. Who comes and looks and sees. He's the manager., This brings to a close, these symmetrical rows Of words, whose intent to convey The worth of this class to the expectant mass, Has been done, we hope, in a way. At best, part way. We've done pretty fine, we've worked all the time. We reflect as graduates do. That we're earnestly glad, that this class has had, The pleasure of knowing you. I . 1 N Y X 1 , l J' V! M..- U 9 2 5 ... - E .Xxx jtminr HRETURNIIVG BROUGHT THE YET UNI3I.AZONEI7 SHIELD." ...The Juniors point with pride to the presentation of "Seventeen," Booth Tarkington's eonzedy, on March 20. Tlze play was undoubtedly the nzost pop- ular in years. ...It is difficult to find any activity without one or nzore Juniors. Tlze foot- ball leant was nearly eonzftletely a Junior teani, the eajvtain of the basketball teain was a Junior, and the interelass tournament was 'won by Juniors. Fife of the six debaters were Juniors, and the orator of the Constitution was a Junior. This year's class also gave the first Juniors to the National Honor Society. K Under the direction of Miss McLean, preparations were nzade for the annual Junior-Senior reeefvtion and the affair was a notefvortlzy event. The Juniors are inflebted to Mrs. Maude Parlianz for her assistance before she left the Senior High School. JUNIOR OFFICERS: Itfresident ..,.... ......, F rank Reeds Vice-President ..................... Esther 079011 Sei-rotary .,.,... ,..... I Qobert Leffler Treasurer ........... ......... I "era Kirkffa1't'ieh Sponsor-fVIiss Il'IcLean. , , P A. 5 5 3 3 ! f I 6 f i 1 Ll . 1 QE. Q"gfgi" is ' A ' as wxgfigqlfggm ,- XX -'I 'Xxx A-.Y cr ll 'X ' sg--Q-M ""'-'T-3,,... wx l 9 ffl- X131-wr'-'-""""" """,'-I-'-My-my -N,,,-,-.- ..-, -f---'---'- " , It "W"---'-----A-....., .X I, X . xN,.f'! 50 umm HIT SEEJIS MV SPURS JRE VET TO ll'ltVf' This is to annoimee formally that the present Safvhotnore elass fully exfteets to outdo the aeeoztzplislzmetzts of any other class in the High School, past and present. We feel gratified at the record rmauale this year. Mary Louise ll'alls, in dis- playing .melt splendid ability in declanlation, attracted wide attention in this and other sclzools. Two men were flared on the football team. Several Sojvlzontores were in the Glee Club and were assigned ehorus parts in "Trial hy Jury." Other departitzents, as well as many of the sehool elults, rotfiit 1lIllllC'l'0ItA' Soph- omores in their 111emlterslzips. .flll assemltly 'Program this sftriug was a splendid entertainment. A good immlter of students have lteetz jtlaeed on. the llanor Rolls of sehool terms and these may he e.rfvec'ted to lteeome ozttstaltdiug seholars in the next two years. - SOPHOMORE OFl7lC'ERS': President ...... . ...., llfilliain Geueh lf'iee-President ...,... ......, W illiam Ford .S'erretary ...... . ..,,.. Opal llezznisoiz Treastrrer ........,... ........ I larry Hewitt Spo nsor--Miss I1 oruer. ADAMSON, EUNA ALEXANDER, LOIS ATCHISON, PAULINE AUSTIN, HAZEL BAILEY, HELEN BAXTER, CANDACE HEAGLES, DOROTHA BEAGLES, LULIT BOATRIGHT, IRENE BOLLINGER, INIARIE BROVVN, RUTH BRUCE, BESS BURTON, LOUISE UARNEY, MARY PARTER, ANNA COLEMAN, UNA COLLINS, BERNADIN E CTOWDEN, WINIFRED COWEN, ALTA CRAYS, IVIARJORIE OROPKETT, MARY PULLUM, LOUISE DALTON, DELLA DAVIS, ESTHER DAVIS, RUBY IWENNISON, OPAL DELOZIER, CLAYTA ICVES, ETHEL FARMER, VELMA I+'E'I'TEIiLY, ETTA FRANCIS, GLAIUYS FRANUIS, I-IATTIE GODMAN, .IUANITA SOPHOMORE ROLL GOODBODY, FORESTINO GORDON, UNA GORMAN, IVIARY GRIFFITH, MARY HAGOOD, HELEN HALL, MEDA HARDIN, MARTHA HARE, MARGUERITE HARRIS, KATHERINE HEADRICK, ANNA HENSLEY, LILA I-IILDEBRAND, MILDRED HILL, GRACIE HOOKER, MILIJRED IIUMES, JUNE HURST, LILLIAN IIITTUHINSON, HELEN HITTCHINSON, BERNICE .IK DNES, MARGUERITE KIRBY, GLADYS LEVERICI-I, BEULAII LINVILLE, WANDA LEE LIUKE, MILDRED MASON, GLADYS Mc'CALL, BONNIE MCUALNIONT, EVA MCCARTNEY, MAIDA MCCLAIN, MOCELLE MILLER, VIVIAN MINER, INEZ MORGAN, ELIZABETII MITNDAY, EVELYN MURFIN, LENORE MURFIN, MILDRED O'BRYAN, ELIZABETH ODELL, BELLE ORR, THELMA OSBORN, ADELINE PARKS, LILLIAN PAYTON, ROSEMOND I'ITTS, WINNIE PILKINGTON, THELM.-X QUICK, LULA MAY' QUICK, RUTH REAGAN, MARGARET REDDIN, FLORENCE RICKETTS, OPAL ROBERTS, MATTIE ROSE, LOIS RIIDKIN, LOUISE RUNKLE, ALTA RITNKLII, RUTH SALLEE, VERA SEELFE, ALICE SINGLETON, ELVA SLOAN, CORA SMITH, LETA FAYE SPENSBERGOR, HELENA STA LNAKER, KAT H ERI N I+ STANTON, KATHLEEN STRADER. AERIE THOMAS, AUDREY TURNER, VIOLET SMITH, CONNIE VAN MATRE, STELLA VARVEL, FRANCES X . N., SOPllO.IlORli ROLL IQCUIIIIIIIIFII NVALLS, MARY LOUISE VVARD, MARY VVEST, MAURINE NVILLIAMS, ANNA WVITT, RUTH YOUNG, VIOLA YAUGHT, VONNIE ANTHONY, KENNETH ANTRAM, CLIFFORD ATKINS, MARTIN BABCOCK, EVERETT BEATTY. NARBERT BEDINGFIELD, MILTON BELKHAM, TROY BOLINGER, FRED HOWVMAN, ALBERT BROWN, NELSON BROVVN, VVILLIAM BRUCE, ROY BUNN, CLYDE BURGE, LEONARD CALDWELL, HARRISON CALHOUN, WILLIAM UARNEY, RUSSELL CLARY, ALBERT UOCHRAN, HOWARD UOONROD, FRED FRAVVFORD, HENRY UROMVVELL, VVALTER UROUCH, HERBERT DAVIS, EARL DAVIS, WILBUR IIENNEN, CHARLES DIXON, SPARKS DURKEE, MORRIS EMMERSON, GLENN ERICKSON, GEORGE FORD, VVILLIAINI FRANCIS, ALVA GAYLEY, LESTER GENCH, VVILLIAM GIFT. RALPH GOINS, JAMES HAVVLEY, HALE IIAYS, DOUGLAS IIEITZ, CLARENCE HEWITT, HARRY HIGDON. LYAL HILDRETH, VVALTER HOOPER, EARL .IONES, GEORGE KARNS. RUSSELL KEENEY, LEONARD KNOX, PAUL LANGFORD, ERNEST LARGE. ROBERT LUNDQUIST, EARL MARTIN, JAMES MASON, CLAUDE MCCANIJLESS, CECIL McDOWELL, EDWARD . X J MOODY, HAROLD MILLER, CHARLIE MOORE, MURRAY MORRISON, ROBERT JACOBSON, ROY OTTO, CLIFTON PETERS. EUGENE ' PINKSTON, DONALD REES, WILLIAM RICHARDS, VERNE RICHARDS, RICHMOND RINEHART, LOREN SCHILLING, VIRGIL SMITH, JOHN SOELLNER, GLENN STANLEY, HIIBERT TATE, YVILLIAM TEVVELL, JAMES TIICKER, JOE TURNER, RALPH TIIRK, NED TURNEY, MILTON VAIL, RIUHARD VVADE, JOSEPH VVILLIAMS, FLOYD VVOGAN, HOWARD VVOLFE, LAURENCE NVORDEN, WILLIALI YATES. 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C4111l1l011QV 1301191111 S1111 11x11 1'-M iss 1'1'1'.v4c11v1' iff 1-w'-wwf 1 -1 1 MINERVA CLUB BEDINGFIELD, MILTON BOATRIGHT, JOSEPH BENEDICT, HAZEL BROVVN, EVA BRUCE, NOLA CHAMBERLAIN, LYLE COBB, FLORA COMSTOCK, BASIL CLARK, RAYMOND DENNIS, NELLIE DUGAN, MAMIE DAVIE, WARDA FORD, BERNICE GILHAINI, HOWARD GRUBB, MARTHA GRUBB, JOHN GIFT, FRANCIS HALL, MARGARET HIGBEE, ETHEL HARRTNGTON, MARIE JONES, CURTIS KEENEY, HAROLD KIMBLEY, IRENE KILTJON, ALMA LIFER, CHARLES MASON, BENJAMIN MOGINNIS, LOUISE MILLER, MAE NORTHCUTT, GLADYS ORR, DOROTHY PAYNE, FRANK I-ADGETT, EDNA PEASE, LORETA PERRY, OLIVE POST, EDITH RINGLE, MARGARET RUNKLE, JEAN ROY, HAROLD RUSSELL, ERNEST SHAOKLEEORD, JESSIE SCHILLTNG, CARL SEARLES, DE VERE SLOAN, PAUL TAYLOR, LYDIA TEWELL, PAUL WREN, RUTH NVEEKS, CLARA BELLE VVILSON, IRIS ATI IIQNQX CLUB ASIIIWOIQII. JAMES IiI'II'I'l'NICIl, RAYMOND HIiIl,I,lIAH'l', BESSIE HROXVN, NICVA RIMNI-I, RI"I'II NOON. UIIARLIGS t'OlXIS'I'Ol'K, RVBY UONNIGR, YICLINIA 4'OBHI.ER, RVBY I'IAS'I'ICIl. BIYRTIIE IVIZANVIS. LIGNA IIAYI-IS, S'l'ICI.I,A IIOSKINS, I,OII.X JOHNSON. VIGRN KI'II'INI7IY. IIONAIJW KING. t'I,YITI'I LONG. FRANK IIAIQHIC. 1'I,AI!A IlICI,I,Iu NOIIILIIA, VIIAIKENUIIZ IXII1'II.XI'Il1, l'II.XIiI,l'IS N I4I'l'II. DORA Ollll, 'FIIOINTAS IHKYNE, INIYRLE PARISOE, MARY ELLEN Ql'If'K, RUTH QI'I4"K, INIARION IQVNKIAIG, WAHI. IIOLANIY, VIICIITIHIIIIC lil'NKI.I'I, HVICL IIICAGAN, UONNOLLY IXIIII-XY, l"l,AIlENCIC SNYIWICIK, YICIAINTA S'I'AI4'I-'OIiII, I3l'INI'l'A SXY.XIi'I'Z. l'I'IA.RI,ICS SMITH. JOSEPH SANIIICIISON, AI',BI'II!'I' SRII'I'II, II. B. 'VA Y I ,OIL ALIXIA 'l'IlI'INITI,IG. I.1wl:l'l'l"l'A l'I,ANlI. IRA NVAI,'l'lNIIIiI'l, IIOIAIIIS XYOI,I". '.I'I'lIYDY W Q: Run e- "And All This Order Of Thy Table Round' . ! Kl1iMlililQSll l l' ORCH li STRA "Oil 11r":'rr lmrfv IZUI' lmrzz 'It'lI.N'!I.A'1' ffm! 111H.x'ir." l'mler the clircelion ol' Mr, Glen Litton the orchestra has given llllllll' assent- hly prograins tln-onghout the year and played at thc l,lltSil11l'g contest wit nnnihcr ti Minor Syinplnmy. The orcliustra which played thq score for thc rantata. "Trial by ,lury selected from thc ahlcst plavcrs and aiclccl the proclnclirvii crctlitalmly. The ing giwn in this department is as fine aa thc sclnml offers. VIOLINS 1ST. Bainum, Mildred Kreyer, Kathryn Leffler, Robert Phelps. Harold Strong, Olive 'l'aylo.r, Faye VIULINS 2NlJ. l'llll9llli1lVP, Karl Gench, William Gift, 'Frances Hewitt, Harry Hutchinson, Bernice O'I3rien. Elizabeth Roy, Mary VIOLAS. Davis, Esther Hurst, Lillian Carl, Pauline Newberry, Esther CELLO. Hildebrand, Mildred XVhite, Frances BASSES. Cowen, Alta Crockett, Mary CLARlNl'l'l'S. Carney, Russell Erickson, George Waters, Xv2L1'l'P1'l McCormick, Raynard FLUTES. Stalnaker, Katherine Kipp, XVilma Gross, Virginia OBOES, llnrge, Aelelhert. Parker, Donald CORNETS. Gift, Ralph Gross, Paul Lel'flel', Roger Schilling, Virgil TROMBONES. Van lluren, Loren Williams, Floyd . HORN. .lone-H, Nlarpzuerite PIANO. lllakele-y, Mary ll1ll'MS. Kipp. John Mellowell, lirlwald h the XYZIS train- .4 t1LI'.Iu LLU HS Or Carol .rome wld m1111flc'luy.' tu' ' This rear the llors' and iiirls' tilee Clnhs presented lrml hx' lnrx 1 tnl hert-Sullirzin production. Under the :thle eoztehing of itlr. illenn l.yttoi mt efforts of Miss lnzl Sez1gi':n'e :ind hliss lNl2ltllZll'lllC Horner. the operettt sneeess that the school nizty well he proud of. The lending el1zu'1Leters were Hazel tiuill :ind lliehnrds llnnter. Otlni portant elmrzleters were: blzunes Crockett, Ifrederiek tfommons, llzn-old lu and lienneth liriedel. 'l'he Girls' tilee Clnh this spring. llruee, Hess lluekmzister, Grace Farr, Katherine Carter, Anna llever, Marian tlilbt rt. Adeline Guill, Hazel Hardin, Martha Harrar, Maude Harris, Katherine Hedrick, Anna Henslay, Lila Hills, Deloris Jennings. Katherine Kim.:sbury, Elizabeth :ind the mixed chorus entered the eontest :Lt 'ittsnng iX1lClXll3liRSlfl l ll lireyer, Katharine Meliillop, Alice Murpin, Mildred Newberry. Ruth Udell, Frances Pilkington, Thehnzt Potter, Ruth Ragsdale, La Verne Rhoda, Iola Robertson, Lois Seelye, Alice Stout. Ollene Van Laningham, Gladys Willitord, Ruby Ange, V. G. Riagg, John Boyd, Edward 'il0TllI'll0IlS, Freder Croekett, James, Clark, Raymond Friedel. Kenneth tllnnz. Dexter Grubb, Lloyd Hughes, Xvillliilll Lul't'el, Harold Peters, Irwin Reagan, Connolly ilthodzi. Roscoe 'I'urner. Sheldon Van Iluren, Loren Varrel, Walter i we-wtf Spa nmwrs: GIRLS' CLVIE ,XIJYISORY IEOKKID "HT are 1111111.vulx-m'f'4111f" l'0llCL'l1 lfuwlcl' Iizllhlccn l,QfflL'1' l-hIlil'l11Cll l'1'csidcl1t Nnrizm IJCYCI' Yicc- ljI'L'SiKlCl1lS1 Alllllirrl'--'-I':liZZlI3Cf.l1 Ncwlwy SUIDII4llNUl'C--Xxvillldll l,imlx'illL Sk'L'l'ClIll'f' L N11 i I'1'0g1':u11 Vnlnxlliilve-Kutlwyu Hughes lxllll ! .lu Friendship C0mmitte-v--Alb:-rin I5x'illhz1rt Social Cmxlmitteo--Annie Marie Millvr Wvlfzxre l'0Il!I11itll'GfH2lZ9l Guill Big: Sistvr COIIIIIIHIPP-Rllfll P0111-1' Snlvs Committc1o4Ruhy Williford Rm-st Ronin CUIl!IIlilft'P -Plllllilltl Curl :zzz-N" BOYS' CLUB "Tim fX'lIiff!Il'fZ,U0lf 1'l'l'lIllf of Ura I't'tIfllI.H Supplying thc long fclt ncccl of :L clnh wlicrchy coinplctc frccmloin from thc gfil'lS of the Svlnwol niight hc hzul, the llofg Qluly wills orggmizcgl in 1010 with gi nicinhcrship of :ill hoys in school. l'rogr:nns hzlrc hccn nizlclc up cithcr of tzillcs hy -ilown town husincss nicn :incl officials or of cntcrtzlinnicnts hy people within thc school, thus filling thc clnlfs lnirposc of creating :iceniziintzinccsliilm :nnong thc hoys of thc Senior lligh School. Thu principal ohjcctive of the Club this year was the co-operation with thc Girls' Club in giving :L Cliristinzis party to thc poor children of the city. Tho t'lnh's incntor, Mr. lf. C. Stoclcelwzincl, is cxpc-ricncing his first yczir in lfort Svott hut hc :ind the officers have czirriccl thc orgzinizzition well through thc tcrin. OFFICERS: I'rf-sidmit A,,.-,,, ,. ,,,. ,, Elton Karns Vice-Presidf-nt v ..--Vf-rne Crawford Socrvtary-'l'rousnror ,, F'rorlm'ick Coumions Sergealit-:xt-arins -- U Adelbert Burgl- SponsorfMr. F. C. Stockebralld Ill-Y t'l.Ul3 Int fmt, .Yf7t'tlA' f7'lI4', rigfzf -rt'1'u11g." lli-X is tht- tmlx thih in thc lmtiilclinlf clcxwting its cntirc cm-rgy t t 1 5 -mn ul' high l7l'lIlCllllCS ul' yuttng iitzmlitmtl. X tlclcgzttitnt tif :tlmtwnt fifty was S6111 tn thc district Cttlll-L'I'L'llL'L' :tt l'1ttN t , tic thc l't'csitlcnt tif thc ur, +"ztniz:ttitm, liicltztrtls lltttttcr, wats clcctt-tl nwit t tic' atssunthly. Hi-Y hits c:t1'1'ictl :t cuntintml .tml ZlCl1YQ pmgntin tm t tll ,, tttctttitm tu the rcillly guild tlttztlitics inhcrcitt in ull, lumix, :mtl lux htx ,, N nt of thc inllttcntiztl Imttys ul thc St-him' lligh Scltwwl in its nuinlwtx h tx it L tu Qxtcntl its ittflticttrc witlcly. lhc incntlvers ut' thc htitly tlcscrrc :t prztisc fm' thvii' t-fI'tw1'ts. lhtx h ut mt'ltit'ccl at new typo ui' sclttml twgztitizxttitnt, ztntl hy xtppllcztttttii ul thttt Int at hztvc lbl'0tlllCCLl sonic gutrtl SllltlCllt:i.l'lttl1l' iticinlwcrs ttf tht- Nzttif nutty, htith scltuul m':ttm's, :mtl tlitwcsclttttil tlt-h:tttti's ztrt- rt-stills sp t 15 tlttimclttcs. A sh l'0,t'tl, .Ia nies Cl'0l11YVt'll, Waltvt Calhoun, William Carney, Russel Clark, Clan-xtcv K,'l'2ll1t'. Max th-oss, Paul Grate-, Monrfw F1-ial, Cluudt- Hunt, NVilbu1'n lltlbbztrt. Harry Hvwitt, Harry Sn Huntt-r, Richartls llztrlwr, Harold Johnson, Vvrno l42lI'4lIlt'I'. John Mr-Ihovvttll, Edwztrtl Myvrs, lfldwin Marble: Watson Ne-whousv, llvan Ne-vly. R0bPl'l. lwztsv, Alba-.rt Piotrowski, livrttztrtl Reynolds, Christa Raitt-rs, Charles onsorHM1'. W. Il. Ilelevc-s lit-mls, Frztnk Sallm-, Lloyd Sr-ltut'vr, ltonalml Ste-wart, Donald 'IH-wvll, Paul 'l'aylm', Guy 'l'1'ztsk, Ozt-ll Wogan, t'lmrlt-s Wogztn. Hilton Nhrgattt, lltm'zt,r1l Wvdtlvl, Carl We-lvh, Olivt-x' ' 'Q--fn Allen, Vergie Bowers, Marie Bainum, Mildred Comstock, Ida Coleman, Una Conrad, Hazel Coonrod, Fred Crane, Max Delozier, Clayta Dennison, Opal Dodge, Ross Drive.r, Hazel E1'ickson, George Fetterly, Eta Ferris, Gladys Fisher, Leonice Fortner, Florence Frease, Doris Friel, Claude Frye, Virginia COM M ERCLX L CLUB n'1'1fr' uxflr fIIt"?'I.S'FlI tl lrlfw Gorman, Mary Green, James Guinn, Garnet Hemingway, Juanita Hammon, Thelma Hale, Helen Hensley, Lila Johnson, Frances lones, Nadine Kensler, Anna Marie King, Kenneth Mills, Ethel Miner, Inez Neeley, Robert Newberry, Dorothy Newcomb, Mildred Orr, Isabel Otto, Dorthea Park, Helen Parker, Elizabeth 1 .- , 1 f eonz' for 7c'nrd.' Quick, Lulu May Rafter, Charles Reynolds, Carolyn Rhoda, Iola Roberts, Helen Rook. Ocie Runkle, Ruth Seaver, Evelyn Seaver, Mildred Shields, Wayne Stanton, Kathleen Shoemaker, Bernedene Tate, William Tibbets, Florence VVard, Thelma Waters, Warren VVest, Geraldine Wilson, Villa VVogan, Charles Wolfe, Lawrence President H- --- Mildred Bainum Vice-President, --- .... Claude Friel Secretary U --- Helen Roberts Treasurer ---- --- Frances Johnson Sponsor-Edith Asch. .1 ,-'L.". :zi FORUM 'flll'c could not keep him silent, out hc flasliedf' This year the liorum, the boys' debating club, hiad thirty-two members, all of whom took an active part in the club work for the year. The lforum holds its meetings each Wednesday after school. The programs consist of debates about current topics. This year four of the members-Ozell Trask, Frank Reeds, Dean Newhouse, XValter Yarvel-were placed on the High school debate team. At the last of the year both the Portia and Forum enjoyed a party given in the library. This was the first time that the Portia and Forum had ever had a social event together, and the party was given in honor of the school debaters of both clubs. MEMBIQRSHIP Pease, Albert Piotrowski, Bernard Blubaugh, Lois Briggs, Kenneth Burge, Adelbert Burge, Lee Calhoun, William Carney, Lyle Carney, Russell Crays, Hallie Gilt, Ralph Gench, William Glendenning, Blaine Hubbart, Harry Hunter, Richards Marble, Watson Newhouse, Dean Otto, Clifton Pinkston, Donald Reeds, Frank Reynolds, Chris Richards, Joseph Runkle, Orville Stafford, Gerald Schaffer, Donald Taylor, Gu.y Trask, Ozell Varvel, Walter Welch, Oliver Williams, Floyd Wolfe, Lawrence Worden, Vvilliam Sponsor-Miss Liona Fletcher i 1 4 PORTIA "With .rallying -zvit, frcc flashes." The Portia Society, the girls' debating club of the school, was organized in 102.2 by Mrs. Sarah XYells Talbot. lfrom that time the elub has grown until at present there are twenty members. Meetings are held on alternate Thursdayg un- der the sponsorship of Miss Overfield. The elub's purpose is to encourage active part in literary work, particularly debate. One member of the club, lllildred llainnm, was a member of the High School debate team. Debates, reports of cm-rent events, of books, and of im- portant statesmen, are given at the club programs. The organization corresponds in its work to the boys' debating society, the lformn. MEMBERSHIP Mildred Bainum Alberta Brillhart Mary Crockett Opal Dennison Virginia Frye Leonice Fisher Lolita Goss Hazel Guill Marian Hicks Kathryn Hughes Corda Hurn Francis Johnson Louise Johannes Marguerite Jones Gladys Mason Elizabeth Newby Faye Taylor Wilma Tewell Ruby Wiliford Ruth Joel Sponsor-Miss Gladys Overfield LF CFZRCLE FRA NOX l S "Cf1'tt':'c11 ini an 0111, ala' fmigtzzf' lhis year the l'renCh Club presented zt play at the. second zmnuztl meeting ot' the hlenx l'llUl'Zl11X :Incl the spring meeting of the State Modern Lilllgllilg' ztssoeizttion, which was llelcl :tt linker University, .Xpril 3 :incl -l, The nzune of the play was "lf :Xngl lt ls Srokenn ' X ' :Lis tel ilu' on le pztrleu tlinglislt-".Xe l J, In the lienth author :tml clrzunzttist lristztn llernzml. The east Eugene, the interpreter ........ ............... .... L e onard Burge H0gSOIl, Betty'g I'21IllPl'. . . ,.,, Chris, Reynolds Julian Cieardel ........ .....,.. i Xlbert. Clary ' Police IIISDS-'Cl,Ol' . . . ,,,, Donald Pinkslun Porter ......,... .... l lonald Pinkstou ' BPTTY -----.---- .. ........ Leta Faye Smith Cashier ........ ................................ M ary Louise XValls lllrs. Dxtrlene Newby presented the lfreneli Chili with two paintings ln' Un-ot which greatly zulcled to the xtppeztrzuiee of the l"'reneli Lflnh Rooin. The progrzuns consisted ot' oral discussions :mtl papers on early :incl nieclie vztl ltreneh Literzttureg lfreneli art and artists, lfreneli music :mtl eoniposers lireneli tlrztnizt :intl sliort tlrzunitic sketches by nienihers of the elnlr. Bauconl, Mildred Benedict, Ruth Ilurge, Leonard Clary, Albert llavis, Marjorie Gross, Virginia MEM BE RSHl P Liuville, Wanda Miller, Vivian Pinkston, Donald Piotrowski, Bernard Pressler, Ruth Randolph, Roy Schafer, Donald Miss DeVore Watt Smith, Leta. Faye Sltalnaker, Katherine Strong, Esther Trask, Ozell Walls, Mary Louise Xveleh, Dorothy ' SOCIETAS LATINA "lf'V1'it in langzmgc that has long your by" 'lhe Latin Club has been organized sinee lflll with the purpose of netting interest and giving instruction in the Latin language. lhe programs consisted of talks Concerning Latin, Latin plays, Latin sol gs incl cross-yvorcl puzzles that were worked in Latin. Several men of the eitv who have made a study of the Latin lingi gt s no e to the club, They told of the benefit it has been to them as a tultui 1 study and a vocational study. Xmong the big activities, of the Latin Club lution given by the members. Atkins, Martin Atkins, Garland Burton, Louise Connolly, Rosemond Carney, Russell Davis, Esther Drake, Gladys Drake, Opal Emmerson, Glenn Gross, Paul M E M IBICRS Hl P Hunter, Richards Hardin, Martha Hubbart, Harry Maupin, Ruth Marble, Watson Newberry, Esther Orr, Thelma Quick, Floyd Rafter, Charles Squier, Lois Sponsor-Mis s Madge Waltz this year was a Ronitn tx Tweedy, Lorrain Vaught, Vonnie Williams, Floyd Worden, William Varvel, Walter Newhouse, Dean O'B.rien, Elizabeth Harrington, Marie Pease, Albert Clark, William EL ATENEO "And noni? can 'read the fr.l't, not Cifffll I." The n'o1fl'1Lllls fl'Olll the SJ1llllSll Cluh tllis wsu' u'el'e verv elltertzlillillff zlncl h , .g Z5 lllStl'llCtlYC, :ls they consisted lllOStly of lllllSlC and tzllks zlllout the COl1lltI'lCS which speak Spanish. Short dialogs Zlllll l'CZlCllllgS hzlve llt'L'll given. CIKJSS-XV0l'll puzzles ill Sp1llllSll ll2lYC pl'ox'ecl to he very llllplllflf. lXliss xXIlllCl'SUll disellssell how the Sp2l.lllSll CClClJl'IltC Lillristlllzls in :ln llltCl'- esting lllZlllllCl'. gX1l1ll'01J1'l1lllC l'6fl'CFlllllClllS have been served :Lt some of the lllCL'tlllQS to sig- nify CCl'tZllll llolillzlys. A party was llelll :lt the first of tllelyezu' to initiate the new lllCllll!Cl'S. ' lXlEMBliKS l-H le' Austin, Hazel Benedict, Ruth Briggs, Kenneth Brown, Louise Carney, Mary Carr, Harriet Carr, Katherine Davis, Marjorie Elllenitove, Karl Goss, Lolita Howell, Leslie Lel'l'le1', Robert Lelfler, Roger Livingston, Park Mason, Gladys McDowell, Edward Post, Eugene Potter, Ruth Quick, Floyd Squier, Ruth Tweedy, Lormine Shea, Lillian Randolph, Roy Reeds, F.rank Sponsor-Miss Dorothy Anderson ll "Tl ART CLUB lflil' fulkit ' I: ' i ' X" .' - v v 'fm of fltllllllllj Ill films of url. lhc .Xrt Linh has hcvn in CXlS',CllCL' lol' scvcrzll YL'2ll'S :intl is illlllltli to -nlhcrs of thc :trt tlcpztrtnicnt. Klcctings :irc on ztltcrnzttc 'i1lllll'Stl1lj'5 :intl 1 x tricty of progrzuns :irc giwn. Scvcrztl guutl spcztkcrs hztvc Zlll1JC2ll'CKi hcforc tht- clnh, including thu ztrtiw litch ll. l'nlton, who ilu-xx' the pznntings tor thc ncxx' Nlnsonit' 'll-inplc. .Xn itnzttt- insight into t'oitiim'i'ciztl zn't wztf given hy hint. llc cxtcmlctl :in inxi tttion lu thc clnh to visit the 'licinplc :incl sco tht- paintings. lhc pnrposc ot thc orgxnnzzttion is lu hring thc c of thc Ci2lSSl'llt tlnh's atctivitics. Ango, V. G. Anthony, Ki-ima-th Brown, Anne llrown. xVQ'bSlUl' Blll'fll', Advlbc-rt, lloyd. Eclward llunn, Clyde t'ror'ke-tt, Jam:-s Crays. Halliv Ct'awt'ord, Henry lk-vi-re-nlix, Ellw-n Ilan-v, Russel Glunz, Ili-xtvr nn. xillSlL' :ts wcll :ts :n't plays MEM HIQIQSI I l I' Grub, Lloyd SQ'lllP.l', Ruth West, Maurino XVilson, Kath:-rinv Wilkinson. Alinr- XY1'ay. FlUl'l-llllft' Young, Viola I-lagoocl, Hole-n Hnxzhe-s, William Hut't'ino, .lof- .lm-nnings, VVayn1- Jonos. G00l'f.!P Jacobson. Roy Ki1'kpatl'ir'k. Vvra Sponsor Miss Ann Brown n't stnclcnts togcthci' o lll nnportztnt pztrt in tht Mcliillop, Alivv Karon-s, Elton Koplvy, Evo l,vAl't'l1-r. Robvrt I,i1t'tol, Harold l,lllltil1lllSi. Earl l.ivingst,on. P3.l'l-itil' l,ot'I'lv1'. Rogan' Moody, llavold Illoorf-, Murray tlilvll. Franvis Olson. Roy llicliaiwls, Richmond. HOME ECONOMICS "The flower of kifclzcmiomf' This club is one of the most enthusiastic and most interesting of all the departmental clubs. lts membership is limited to girls enrolled in the Home liconoinies department. The programs and activities of the clublare such as will develop high ideals of the home and family. ln carrying out the service work of the club, an attractive comforter was pieced and presented to the Public Vlfelfare department for Christmas distribu- tion also, a gift of five dollars to be added to the milk fund for the malnutri- tioned children of the schools. The club year elosed with the annual May Day banquet held in the sewing room at six o'clock on the evening of the first of May. The banquet was beautiful and artistic in every detail as is characteristic of this annual event. MEMBERSHIP Allen, Vergie Deagles, Dorothy lleagles, Lulu Iloatright, Irene lloosinger, Jualeta Drown, Louise Carl, Pauline Carr, Harriet Carr, Katherine Clark, Gladys Devel-, Marian Embry, Edna Francis. Gladys Francis, Hattie Godman, Juanita Gordon, Una Hartman, Harriet Atehinson, Pauline Headrick, Anna Hildebrand, Mildred Hills, Deloris Holleran, Georgia Hutchinson, Bernice Hutchinson, Helen Kingsbury, Elizabeth VValker. Carolyn VVolfe. Thelma Kipp, Wilma Kreyer. Katherine Leverich. Beulah Lockridge, Louise MeCalment, Eva McCartney, Maida Miller, Annie Marie Montgomery, Lucille Murfin, Lenore Odell, Esther Otto, Dorothea Pilkington, Thelma Pitts, XVinnie Raazsdale, La Verne Rahawson, Lois Rose, Mildred Roy, Mary Ruddell, Melvina Runkle, Dorothy Sallee, Vera Sanderson, Marie Seelye, Alice Sheffield. Dixie Silvers. Dorothy Sinzelton. Elva Smith. Ouita Strong, Olive Trotter. Helen -9 -s JOURNALISM "'l'l1v11. lv! me tr!! flzvc mm' lllllilllfl' fair." XX'l1ile only in its second yezn' tlie systeinntie instruction of .lUllI'i1IlllSl1'l lms niznle ll IiI1ll'liCll iniprorenient in the el1zLr:u'ter of the "Serililmler," ,lUlll'IlIlllS1li is qnile tlistinet from the linglisli tlepzirtinents of tlle seliool :incl offers :L very use- fnl :ind zleeurzite training. 'llo give at toueli of spice to its paper' 11 sezmclnl sheet was edited, :incl it is connnon lcnowleclge tlizit the .lUtil'llZlllSlll students went zirinecl for Il week :Liter- n'zn'cl :is zi result of some of the sczmalzils that were raked np. 'l'lie Serililmler is recognized us one of the best newspapers in lizinsus :intl luis nlzieecl both times it was entered in the C. I. l'. A. contest :lt the Unirersitv of Wisconsin. lXlIiMl3liRSllll' Marble. Watson Piotrowski, Iiornaril Roberts, Edwin Iioosinue-r, Leia ldnibry. Edna Hollvran, Georgia Hunter, Richards Searle, Joe Hnrn, Corda Squier, Lois Joel, Ruth Slal'l'o,rd, Gerald Kipp, Wilma Strong, Olive Insiruetor-Miss Virgil Gordon. w44..qxn'- U- nl 1- MEMBERST-llP PRO AND CON "I leave not till I fi1zi.vlL this fair quest." Pro and Con holds a unique place in the Fort Scott 'High School. lts mem- bership standards are set by scholastic work and it is hence one of the most pow- erful of the school organizations. Seven of the ten charter members of the National Honor Society when it was first formed in the school are Pro and Con members, and the society has placed some of its members in nearly all of the school activities such as debate, music, and dramatic productions. Pro and Con was business manager of "Trial by jury" and by devising a credit system made the purchase of the big stage spotlight possible. These things are exclusive of the numerous well prepared club programs. Atkins, Garland Beetner. Hazel Burge, Adelbert Carney, Lyle Commons, Frederick Davis, Marjorie Dever, Marian Drake, Gladys Friedel, Kenneth Hicks, Marian Hubbart, Harry Hunter, Richards J oel, Ruth Jonhannes, Louise Gross, Virginia McCormick, Raynard Maguire, Mildred Marble, Watson Newhouse, Charles Sponsor-Miss Ina Seagrave. Newhouse, Dean Newby, Elizabeth Reynolds, Chris Reynolds, Florence Searle, Joe Strong, Olive Taylor, Faye Trask, Ozell Trotter, Helen Varvel, VV:-Llter ,. . , ,i l ' .ef . ,. ,vr'.. t fl' 1-e f--1"NTxx.. Y 1 A ,lr 925 .. DRAMATICS A group of three plays is given annually by Pro and Con. It is the aim of the club in preparing for the plays to afford good training for the class plays in the spring, and they did provide some valuable experience. The productions this year were: The Forfeit Frederick Commons Gladys Drake Richards Hunter Elizabeth Newby Chris Reynolds Three Pills in a Bottle Florence Reynolds Lois Squier Marian Hicks Ruth Joel Walter Varvel Ozell Trask Charles Newhouse Adelbert Burge The Trysting Place Faye Taylor Marian Dever D Mildred Maguire Kenneth Frledel Harry Hubbart Garland Atkins Watson Marble The feature of the year was the banquet held on April 29. The coveted honor of holding the position of toastmaster was given to Richards Hunter as the one who most nearly fulfilled the ideals of the club's principles. The cur- rent theme of the banquet was "Radio" and the program follows: 'lOn the Air"--Roll Call. "Tuning In"-4-Ruth Joel. Piano Solo--Helen Trotter. "Loud Speaker"-Charles Newhouse. Reading-Mildred Maguire. "Static"-Kenneth Friedel. Vocal Solo-Faye Taylor. "Signing Off"-Ozell Trask. ' N X H- - ' Q .V 12542 '-3---ww - 1 NATIONAL HONOR SOCHZTY "Clear lzanur, .vlzinilzg like thc iicrey star of t!'Cl'ZC'll.H Nineteen twenty-five marks the organization in Fort Scott of a chapter of the National Honor Society. Due to the rigid prerequisites for membership only twelve people from the Senior class belong at present. These qualities form the basis for selecting the students who are to become members: Scholarship, leadership, character, and service. A careful examination was made of the abilities, record, and general atliLnde of the students under consideration. and the twelve pupils whose names appear below became the nucleus from which future societies are to come. The formation of the society indicates a distinct step forward in the recognition of the idealistic qualities in many high school pupils. The society is not an active bodv, but is purely honorary. The present mem- bers are to be commended for the efforts that have made them the ones to found a chapter in the Fort Scott High School. lXlEMllliRSHlP. Chris Reynolds Helen Trotter Richards Hunter Gladys Drake Charles Newhouse Watson Marble Hazel Guill Mildred Bainum Ruth Joel Wilma Kipp Lois Squier Donald Schafer lX1lilXlll1iRSl-l l l' RED PEPPERS ".fl11r1' zurollghf ffzix fflilllli of St'7'T'it't' -rviflz a 11111116 c'r1.s':'." To Nr. blames Christian and Miss Katherine Horner go the credit for the organization of the "Red Peppers." The elulz was founded early in the fall for the purpose of giving eoneentrated support to all school activities and for directing special pep assemblies and programs. The "lied Peppers" fill a long-felt need in the High School, and the efforts of the elnh in its work and the attitude of the ineinhers are praiseworthy in their effects. .X comedy, 'HX Perplexing Situation," was given hefore the sehool as a means of obtaining revenue. and the organization was given permission to sell confec- tions at athletic games. .Xn unusually promising year is anticipated. Leta Boosinger Mildred Bainuin Marian Devel' Lt-ah Drake Marian Hicks Wilma Kipp Mildred Magui re Ruth Potter Mary Roy Olive Strong Olene Stout Geraldine VVest Ruby Williford V. G. Ange Annie Marie Miller Troy Belkham Elizabeth Newby Frederick Commons Frances Odell Kenneth Friedel Ililly Hughes Richards Hunt Elton Karns Harold LuI'I'el Karl McCord Harold Phelps Jon Richards Ozell Trask VV?l1'l'0H Vt'ater U. D. Welch Sponsors-f-Miss Katherine Hornerg Mr, James Christian. l "F" CLUB "lI'ar1'iur.v, f7t'l'ft'l'f HICILD Mcmlmcrsliip in thc Clulm is limitccl tu those buys who have lmccn :tw:u'clt-cl in sonic linc ol' zttlllctics, und, intleccl, :my memlmcr must lac possessed of at rnggccl Crmstitnticm to safely witlistzlnd thc initiation Ccrcmrmics. so streinunlsly :irc tllL'j' zulininisterecl. thc spmistwsliip for thc constructitm uf the new stzuliinn. Under thc clircctitm of 'l'ln- "l"' club is :it present ciigztgccl in 11 prncticztl activity in ussnining Mr. hlzuncs C'l11'isti:ln tlmsc :actively intcrcstcd in thc wurk :tru lllillilllg' rapid prwgivss :ind the stzulinm will lac 11-:uly fur thc full fontlmll scnsun. lXll2lXlBlCRSll Furl Trast Vvrn Crawford Vern Jenks Lyle Carney Juel Chapman Robwrt Lvlller David Smith Raynard McCormick IP Harold Ilunkvrton Irvin Pvt.vrs James Martin Warren Walvrs Guy Roberts Ralph Obs-r William Phillips Sponsor R. P. Needham. AD SUMMA "And caclz ilIl'1:fCff Cavlz to zzoblcr dccf1'.v."' During thc year 1924-25 the Ad Summa has met hi-weekly for programs and business. The programs have included extemporaneous and impromptu speeches, essays, und amusing numbers in lighter vein. Fred Maxwell has served as presi- dent, Louise Cullum :Ls secretary, and Miss Esther Campbell of the Junior College as assistant to the faculty sponsorg Miss Ina Seagrave. For the first term of 1025-26 the following officers have been elected: president, Lillian Scotty vice- president, -Iune Humeg secretzu'y-trcftsurer, Leola Owens. The clulJ's slogan is P. E. P. lXlElXlBERSHl l' Lloyd Beatty Estella Johnson Nola Bruce Ernest. Langford Richard Bruce Mildred Locke Harrison Caldwell Elizabeth Morgan Mae Clayton Leola Owens Sparks Dixon Wanda. 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'itli tlut t-it-ctimi tit' tlu- iu-xx' stzuliiim. zttlllt-tics SIIHIIIII tztlic :t giutt stritlc lin'- xx ml, siiuw- it is ft-lt tlmt tlu- fin:11u'i:tl sitlc will lic :tulctl c'i11isimIc1':tl1Iy, lmy tlu- ultlitiimnl st-ating t':1p:u'ity tlms IIl.l.Hl'tlCtl. I"uIImx'ing' is tlui Iltmi-it ut' ,Xtlilctic CjIlIIlI'4lIf .IIMIIICS K'IlIIIS'I'IAN AIIHAIHMAN II. I'. NEEIIHAM t'. IT. ICIIICKSON F, V. S'l'0t'KICURANIl .I, A. IIITGUS A. IC. MIIALER XV. II, IIEIGVES I, XY. SHII5I'lI,I'IIl .XIISS K,X'I'I-II-IIIINIC IIOIINEII MISS ANN BROWN MISS IJIONA FI,I'I'I't'HIiII FOOTBALL .Xt the opening of the 102-l football season the Tigers had brighter prospects for a championship team than they had had since 1020, hut due to numerous dif- ficulties and upsets the hengal came out with only a third of his usual share of victories. Coach Needhanfs aggregation was one of the heaviest in South- eastern Kansas and had an exceptionally speedy hackfield. Joplin was tied 6-tu Zllltl Il1C QEUHC Wltll RHSCtlZllC Hlgll of Kansas fity Qndgd 14-O in favor of l'iul'1 Scott. The team ran wild in the game with Girard and piled up a 111-6 score, the highest ever made in this section of the state, and then lost to Pittsburg 39-7. On the list of Kansas high school foothall players of note, compiled hy the sport editor of the Kansas City Star three men weregiven notice. The players were Smith at left end, Uber at left half, and 'lenks at left guard. The 102-l captain was llilly l'liillips and .luel Chapman was elected captain for next year. we -Hr' tx ,fx A J XM' L l Uhapm an Ober Carney Jenks JUEL CHAPMAN fCt1ptain-Elect! Center RALPH OBER. Left Half Back LYLE CARNEY, Left Guard VERN JENKS. Lcft Tackle VERN CRAWFORD. Left End JA MES MA HT! N. Right Tuvkle DAVID SMITH, Right End YXA HD JHCUIFJIICIS 1 If ull Back Crawford Martin Smith M cC'orm1r'7c Phillips Trust Dunkcrtou Stan Icu WIIILIAJI PHILLIPS 1C'uptainb. HAROIII Ill N111 ItTON Night Half Rack Qurnle1 Burl WILLIAM TRAST. WILI IA 'll QTQNI LY l'lc:1szmton .... Cherokee ....... .I oplin ......,,......., College High Girard ,............ Lfolumhus ....... Pittsburg ....... lolat ........... ,. Rosedale ....... Parsons ...... Right Guard FOOTBALL 0 Fort 0 Fort 6 Fort O Fort 6 Fort 7 Fort Fort O Fort O Fort O Fort Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott Scott BASKETBALL XVith a record of nine games lost and nine won Fort Scott can be said to have had a fairly profitable basketball season in 1025. This year's squad al- though comparatively small and light was nevertheless capable of speed and at times showed flashes of championship caliber, but in the most critical moments lacked the punch and drive to stay at a steady pace throughout the entire game. Since the state championship team of 1922 the Senior High has hoped strong- ly for :mother such quintet but its hopes went on the rocks when the team was de- feated in the first game at the Pittsburg District Tournament by a team it had defeated twice before. A number of the letter men will play again next year and will be headed by Billy Phillips. The captain this year was Ralph Ober. SCORES ----11 Fort Scott --- iiiigigiiie-Q-- .... 20 Fort Scott --- Girard any .... 12 Fort Scott --- Pittsburg nd ,,,. 28 Fort Scott .... 1013 -0 ----- --B .,.. 19 Fort Scott --- C ll High .... 18 Fort Scott --- Cgliiiifnis ..... .... 3 4 Fort Scott --- Parsons .... .-.. 2 7 Fort Scott --- Girard ..... .... 2 7 Forq Scott --- Cherokee e-- ..,. 20 Fort Scott ---- Pittsburg ...... .... 1 7 Fort Scott --- College High .... 21 F011 Scott --- Columbus --- .... 26 Fort Scott --- ,Aw W gqpxwi W . , r' 1 3 :f-31524 Tn, it ' ,.. fs Curl: ny Lvffler Jenks JIcC'orm ick l.Yl.Id U.1I.'.Y1fY. I.'.1Y.V.N1IfIl .1lf'CUl.'JlIClx'. l"uru'u.w! lf'uru'urd lHlIHa'lf'l' I,I'II"l"I,lu'lf. lf,1l,1'H Ulflilr' 1C11pl11m1. riuffrrl Gllllftl- VIQRX .ll5.X'lx'N. H'll,l,1A,lI 1'Hl1,l,ll'N fCupl. Iflrf-I CL'l1fL'f l"uru'ur1l IJAVIH SMITH. fluurvl Obvr Ph illips Smilh THE VVHIRLNVINDS NVhile not strictly a High School team this colored team nevertheless plays under the name and the Senior High is well proud of its record during the past two years. In competition with six other teams in the state it has brought the state championship home each year. The Wihirlwinds deserve their name. They play fast and furiously from start to finish, and end with as much battle as they started with, if not a little more. During the season they were in good condition, had good team work, and at the opening of every game set a terrific pace, which partly accounts in their long string of victories. Kansas City threw a scare into them in the last two games and the VVhirlwinds were barely able to get away with a l-point margin each game. Three of this year's squad will play next year. SCORES Fort Scott --- .... 32 Chanute ..,. -----10 Fort Scott .... 29 Baxter .... . .... 9 Fort Scott .... .... 2 0 Pittsburg .... .... 3 Fort Scott .... 55 Oswego --.. ..... .... - 7 Fort Scott .... 21 Independence .... .... 1 1 Fort Scott ..... 2 Oswego -WA, .... H2 Fort Scott .... 14 Chanute -- ..... 12 Fort Scott .... 22 Baxter ...... ..... 1 9 Fort Scott .... 18 Pittsburg ..... ..... 1 1 Fort Scott .... 33 Independence -- ..... 18 Fort Scott .... 13 K. C. ..... ,.- ..,,. 12 Fort Scott .... 12 K. 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L ,, Q The KING and QUEEN of thc CRIMSON XYith the ztnnuztl puhliezttion of the triinson. eonies the selection ot' the hwy :md the girl who are to represent most truly the idezi of populztrity, ehxirzteter. :md heztuty held hy the student hody :is :L whole. XYhen the contest tu pielt the - " "-4 'hose the following hoys :ind girls to hid for kinff and tueen he 'un the tlaabes t PN 1 the honor: FRESHMEN- Clara Belle Weeks Frank Long SOPHOMORES4- Mary Louise Walls V. G. Ango JUNIORS- Mildred Baucom Warren Waters SENlORS-- Ruth Potter Richards Hunter ln the hotly contested rzlee that l'ollou'ed. the Seniors were triuiuph:u1t :ind on thc morning of April 8, Miss Ruth Potter und Nr. Riehztrds llunter were ' imrusive 'md hewutiful eereinonx' directed hy Miss lun Se:tgr:u'e. l eedinff crowned in un llll ' . . n The Senior class takes pleasure: in presenting their portraits in tie sucet- C pages. ?'XnfX ..... . AA-mfg 4 9 i 4 -- I1 n I 1 l 4 A 1 - V , , :L V W I l E " 'lf' aww SENIOR CLASS l'l..XY "'l'l1ll'1 PIQINLTC CHAPH TH li CAST Marcus Rnnion ,W -H HHI'0ld Lllffill Truckinan ...,,, .,,.. L Qsliv HOWPU Pliovlw Pnckors ,-- ,-- I,aVvrnc- Ragsdalo William Pvyton ,, -V Richards Hunter Mrs. Arrington -, ,..,. Wilma. Kipp llallington ,.., ,,,,,.,.. , ,.., I ,eslie Howoll Cllllllllfl ,..,, . ..,,.,,,,,.. -- Marjorie- Porte-rflhitli Putt:-r Thv Earl of llnntington W .,..,,,.,.. Kenneth F1-iedol Alifv 'l'raY0l's N-, ,,,,, M -,, ,--., Faye Taylor l"l'iiZ .. ...,..- M- Be-rilard Piotrowski TH li S'l'AFl4' Class Sponsor and Genvral Managvr -M ,--Miss Flora-noe Hoover Foam-li , ,,Y, , o,,,..,,-H,,,,..,..,,- -H V -U Miss Colleen Fowler llnsine-ss lllziiiztgm' ,..,, o.,f.,. . A f.......,...... Donald Scliafvr Advertising: Mzuiagers H W, Mr. .lanies Christian, Konneth King Propt-rty lVllll1Zi3.fl'I' ,...,,,.,.,,, . f.,.,......,f,..,,,,..... Kathryn Hll3llll'S Stagv Coinniittee ...... Charles Sample, Miss Ann Brown, Mr. .lzunvs Hugns Her umm SENYOR PLAY WXYIQ. H325 uehi , Businm ILDY N8 '.-4 'SML 3: M l', Ilaxt er -M .lano Baxter .,.A, M rs. Baxtvr ..., , JUNIOR Cl ASS PLAY "S ICYICN TEEN " THE CA ST , ,,,- , - , Warren Waters Mabel Tll0lIlDS0ll William Sylvanus Baxter Johnnie Watson . ,g.,,,,g,, May Parclier --, ,A,,,.. - Lola Pratt -- Gt-nvsis ,-.,,- .100 llnllc-tt -a Mr. Parclim' .... Ge0i'gc-w ltI'00D6'1' , A llltlivl llokv t,,,, Mary llrnoks ,Wa Walliv Hanks W liusiiwss Managgei' Stage Manager -, Property lllaiiagvrw General Manag.:e-r Hass Sponsor v, C'0ac'li-V--Miss Ill-IVUIT' Watt S'l'.'XI"l" Gladys Van Laningrliam a,,,,,,aa Harry Hubbart -----f,,, Dexter Glunz -- Marjorie Davis -----..- Ollefne Stout W- Parker Livingston aww-- John Kipp W-- Eugenie Post ,U William Trast ,U Bessie Hays ,W Marian Hicks Karl McCord --., Lylv Carney UH Juel Cliamnzxti -mn Fllizabetli Newby Mary Roy Miss Margarvt McLean N x ' My l Trouble at Satterlee s Matinee Brink of Silence Matihee artha s Mourning V. Pro and Con Land of Heart's Desire Evening cz V M Jualeta Boosinger Elizabeth Newby Ruth Benedict Gladys Parks Marie Herring Wilma Tewell Dorothy Silvers- John Lardner Hugh Allison lton Karns William Rees Jualeta Booslnger Dorothy Silvers Mabel Thompson Elizabeth Newby Dean Newhouse Jualeta Boosinger Mildred Maguire Bernard Piotrowski Guy Taylor X, lv PUBLIC-,SPEAKING PLAYS x M ' ' l The Hundredth Trick Evening The Exchange A ' Evening Lonesome-like r ' Assembly ourtshlp Under Difficulties Assembly Frank Reeds Ozell Trask Roy Randolph John Kipp Irwin Hamm Leslie Howell Harry Hubbart Ruth Benedict ' William Rees Marie Herring Charles Wogan Wilma Tewell Floyd Quick Fred Maxwell Gladys Parks Paul Woodson The above productions were given bv members of the Public speaking class and under the supervnszon of Mrss Ina Seagrave provided excellent entertainment for the audiences and good training for the actors Some were presented at as embly, some at matmees, and some at night Lf -.lb ,h . Y 1 ' 0 A , V l . t: ' . F 1 ,Ii -, O f . . ' 1 15 5 I ll 0 . . A I F , 3... .ji V N A., . .4 h 4' gl ' Q, . , ,' , 'ful -if 4'-4 , 2 ' ' 1 fm. as , I "TRIAL BY JURY" The annual production of the music department this year was a Gilbert-Sul- livan cantata, "The Trial by jury," given in connection with the Dance Fantasies. The Cantata was made up of a chorus of thirty, a jury of twelve, and six soloists, supported by a twenty-five piece orchestra. The soloists: Richards Hunter, Kenneth Friedel, Hazel Guill, Harold Luffel, Frederick Commons, and james Crockett. The opera was presented cleverly and was well liked. It was directed by Glenn B. Litton. The Dance Fantasies were directed by Miss Katherine Horner. The first number, "If Dreams Come True" included Marian Hicks as Cinderella, Mary Louise VV alls as Prince Charming, and Ruby VVilliford as the Spirit of the Well. The second number "The Skaters NValtz," included Katharine Stalnaker, Marjorie Davis, Elizabeth Newby, Ollene Stout, Vera Kirkpatrick, and Ruby Williford. DEBATE From the fifty-four who tried out for debate, this year there were five Iu- nior boys and one Senior girl chosen for the High School debate team. The first debate was held February 17th among the eight schools of the Southeast Kansas League. There were two triangular and one dual debate held on the question, Resolved: That the United States should cancel all financial obligations due from the governments of the allies on account of the World War. In the first round of debates the Fort Scott negative team went to Girard and the Pittsburg negative team came to Fort Scott. At: both places Fort Scott won by a unanimous decision. This let Fort Scott enter the second round of debates held March 3. The Fort Scott affirmative team went to Cherokee and the Parsons affirmative team came to Fort Scott. Fort Scott lost and Iola won the state championship. . The team was coached by Miss Fletcher and everyone worked hard to make Fort Scott successful. DECLAMATION The first time for many years our declaimer was chosen from the Sophomore class, but this did not lessen her ability because she won first place in the con- test held at Columbus, but because her selection "Robert of Sicily" exceeded the time limit, of which her coach, Miss Seagrave, knew nothing, she was put down to third place. The school was very proud of Mary Louise and though she was not ranked first in the league standing.eve1-yone considered that she had won first place. ORATION Our representative in the contest among the schools of the Southeast Kansas League was Charles Wogan, a Senior. The contest was held at Pittsburg March 17th, and Charles ranked third with his subject "The Significance of the Com- mon Manf' Charles worked hard on his oration and had it worked up well, so that the school was very proud of him. He was coached by Miss Seagrave. The second oration contest that we entered was the district "Constitution" contest held at Emporia March 16th. Walter Varvel was our representative who spoke on "The Constitution". Although he only received fifth place Fort Scott felt justified in sending him as we know that the one who received firsti place must have been very superior. I - m i QL l W HO'S WHO ABOUT THE HALLS Name Guy Taylor .......... Ruth Benedict .-.t-. Marie Bowers -...-.. Kenneth Briggs ........ Marian Dever .... ,... Occupation ..Unknown ................ . .Stage Director ......... ,Just Being Happy .................... .....................-.....Helping Mother -.......n..n..-Landscape Gardener Destiny Historian ...mc Divorcee ...... ........ Fire Chief F armerette Kenneth Friedel ..... . ...- .......... -..I-Iooveriter - ........................... ..t ..... N. Y. Sun Editor Frank Hamilton ......... .. .......... -..Studying Music ...................... .... - ................... Q Engineer Harriet Hartman ........... .............. R educing ....... n ......... m ..................... - .............. Ballet.Dancer Elton Karns ..................... ......... - ,Eating .............. Hamburger Dealer Opal Drake ............ -...- ..................... -..Poet ............... ..- ....... - ................... Nurse Pauline Carl ..- ............ W .......... - ..... -..Talking ..... - .... ............. - ...... - .... T .. Lexicographer Kenneth King ......- ........ . ......--.....-Sleep1ng -.-..... A Hall King Florence Reynolds ...W ......,..Typing m..,..n- ........ -.-.-...........-.......a..... Philosopher Edwin Roberts ............ ...... - .-..Conversing ........ Radio Announcer Florence Fortner ......... ............. VV ondering ............ . .......... -...,...- ...................... .??? Annie Marie Miller ......... ...- ........ Seeing Charles .......... ............ M ender of Soles Charles Sample ..... , ..... ....... Loren Van Buren ............ Hazel Guill ................... Charles Wogan ......... Watson Marble Ruth joel Olive Strong Richards Hunter Frederick Commons Hilton Wogan Alberta Brzllhart Chris Reynolds Ba nard P1OtI'OWSkl Corda Hurn ."Flower" Dealer ........ .Doing Nothing ............. Toe Dancing .T ..............................., ...... . .Raising Chickens .....n...a..,.- ...... -- it .Radio Fan ..... - .............. Miller - .............. Clown Missionary ...- .... ......' Politician - ..... - ...... Comedian .Cracking Jokes ............ ,. ........... ........ S hoemaker .Suffragetting ............. .Dreaming ................. .VVilma ............... .Botany ................... .Growing ..................... .Studying N. T. .................. Ask Joe Dancing Master ..., ........ 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XVr:ty's Stiecessm' Iiuotlxtll Ileru Like Ifred Minister Lf:11't1w1miS1 XV. -I. Ilryzm II I71m't INIIIOW I":1111u11s Singer Ilezmty Specialist JY. C. 'l'. II. Ilztllet Ilztncer Irleztrt rezdcer Clizuiffer I.eCt11rer rxllyllllllg .-X11 Artist Mrs. Bill CONTESTING MUSICIANS As it does annually. Fort Scott sent soloists to the Pittsburg Music Festival this year, in addition to the contesting organizations. All were people who have played a prominent part in the High Schoel's music affairs although only one of them was given Z1 fitlllilllg' at Pttsburg. Fort Scott appreciates their efforts to bring houie a cup. The selections that were given were good, as a whole, and each soloist gave his best in the 1l1't'1J2ll'ZlUll'y work and the presenta- tion. lfort Scott's celloist, Frances White, was given third place in the cello compe- tition. This was the only instrument entered: the remaining numbers were vocal selections. si. ' K J l V 1 , ' Elizabeth Kmgsnufy l - Controlto A lvlusic Solotsls Pittsburg festival L i925 4 1 .5 g..1,....- f L W.. . ' illsiillh-IIIIUHIIIIII1 X L 1 1, x .J ' gr t oxglqifgy Il xx bl, Xxx THE PROPHECY Now Merlin, Master of Wit, took from down His alcove a book, a volume deep and wide, And, gazing at dime future, set therein These things that whosoe'er chose Might read and ponder, If 'twere true. There: came a vision, a visitation of a crystal ball Yielding up rich secrets known to noneg Giving to the seer knowledge of those ones Who left in the year of '25 that place Of learning, and gave their presence Two score years hence. There came a sight-a palace long and rich. Within sat men famous and powerful Gathered 'neath one roof to watch one whose Sparkling speech and acts gave them mirth, These notables of many' lands. 'Twas Elton, Prince of Entertainers. A Next came a room, a hall filled to top with books, And in their midst, pen in hand, sat Donald Puzzling, a plus x equal y. Then with a flash To a track. A ear shooting with the speed of light Sped round and round, passing all. ' Behind the wheel sat Duke. With leisure now arrived the next one, A view long since foretold. Marian holding Forth on a stage, commanding vast crowds, Swaying them with her art-a finished Actress without a peer in the broad land Of Make-Believe. --,I ,W , E Ii If al I , , .-,4.. ,, ' , '. 1L..A.,Ls3 - -1-.mi . f. 1 .5 -.-'U'-3 ' -.ne .1 rp'-k i -.-I Then low came the sound of beauteous song, And La Verne poured forth the golden notes. Beside her tones fled the soft melody Of a flute, and Wilma, nimble fingers On the keys lent her aid to the words Of a singer. And romance soft then passed the crystal ball Showing these: Jualeta and William, The knot long tied. Garland and his lady Going their blissful way unconscious of The world's tumultuous ways Of life. Irvin and Mabel, happiest of mortals And Oliver, ye handsome man of old, putting Away his fifth, with deepest of tears. Then Annie and Charles, sight seeing at the White House Said Charles, "Mr. President, meet Mrs. Sample, And the little Samples." s Wilburn Hunt and Hazel Cuill, Wilburn' An architect of fame. Then Billy' Hughes And Leah. And Mildred Bainum and-and- "No use," sighed Merlin, "T he countenance of her Spouse vanished as clouds before the sun, ere Record of his name was made." Next Gerald, governor of a mighty state, Came to sight embarking on a career of earnest Effort. Harold Harper, a prosperous farmer, Now owner of a model farm. Kenneth King, Head of a great business firm-the curly Hair yet with him. Q . . - ' , rl ., X -, .r as . -A - .1 I 4 -. The realm of finance then wus seen to hnlcl Claude Friel-:intl there's Louise-:tn lixpert in zteeonnting. Anil Sheldon, Like Harrold, :L follower of the soil, owning Yztst acres of lztnil, :tml turning it 'lb the hest profit. 'l'hese :incl inure-tum nizmy to here relate in full Unfulclecl in swift succession tllrougli the hull. This one, :tml that une, :mtl yet zinuther. showing To the inzigieizm their work. ,-Xntl ull were grezttg Hzul mounted to the top. Nut one had fztiletl in this Great thing of life. Then tlinnner came the images. :mtl Merlin, Lifting his gaze from the sphere, thought lung :mil enrne Upon these things. Then turning to his script Set clown with careful hand the fruits of foresight That all who came might rezul ztncl sit And ponder. l 1 I THE CAMELOT DAILY SNIFF A Statistical journal Edited by King A's journalism Class Motto: "Dates, all Dates, no thing but dates." Sept. 8.-The instructional force saunters in from all parts of the globe. Mr. Shicleler makes 60 minute talk in assembly and the fight is on. Oct. 8.-Political strife runs riot. Kenneth Briggs elected president of Senior Class. Oct. 24.-Girard is squelched 111-6 in a track meet played with a pigskin. Smithy develops an annoying habit of putting his arms around favored passes during flight. Nov. 6.-Deep mourning. Pittsburg wins 39-7. Thy will be done. Nov. 12.-Pro and Con plays, Mar- ian Dever given a chance to show why men leave the family wash tub Garland Atkins a middle-aged sheik. Nov. 14.-Tigers take the egg and gallop up and down to show how fast they can run. The Dean gets a hair- cut to celebrate victory over Rosedale 14-0. Dec. 12.-Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Ernest Morrison is rejected by Lois Swingle, falls on whisk broom and commits suicide. Dec. 19.-Pro and Con Assembly program. "The Goal," a serious work. Written by Miss Seagrave. Dec. 19.--Christmas and vacation. Mixed chorus of delicate snores fill the air till noon everyday for a week. jan. l.-Noting a rise in the stock market the school board grants us a day of much needed rest. Jan. 26.-Charles VVogan pounds the pedestal in the auditorium, talks on the "Value of Chewing Gum to the Community," and wins first place in oration. Jan. 29.-Freshmen step out brave- ly and exhibit a Kansas Day Program. Feb. 3.-Mary Louise XfValls loses first place in S. E. K. Declamation by a technicality. Feb. 13.-The Sophs wreck the gymnasium in their efforts to have a party. Feb. 17.-The annual fracas for in- tellectuality is held with Girard and Pittsburg. Six watch charms ordered as prizes. Fort Scott wins and Liona B. comes out for the protective tariff. Feb. 19.-Trial by Jury. james Crockett acts as referee for Hazel Guill and Richards Hunter. Chorus of 30 backs him up lustily. THE CAMELOT DAILY SNIFF March 13.-Selection of Standard Pin. VVilburn Hunt makes prize drawing. March 17.-C. VVogan decamps to Pittsburg and scalps third place in ora- tion. March 30.-"Seventeen," Harry Hubbart hollers at -lane, makes love to Ollene Stout and wears his father's pants. March 30-April 7-Crimson Staff runs out of money and starts a drive to tell students why they should raise garlic every summer. VVatson Mar- ble suffers nervous prostration. April 8.-Seniors win in Crimson drive and Ruth Potter bashfully con- sents to be crowned with Richards Hunter. April 21.-We pay hard earned shekels to hear the glee clubs shriek about sundry things. April 24.--The Sophs give an as- sembly for the enlightenment of the faculty, and end by marrying Miss Brown to Mr. Lytton. April 27.-Public Speaking students put on an exhibition of their art-at 15 cents per exhibition. May l-2.-Pittsburg Music Festival clepletes the school population about half. V. G. Ange barely escapes get- ting married. May 19.--Seniors stage a little mel- lerdrammer of their own. "The Prince Chap," a deep plot laid in dear old Lunnon. May 20.-juniors jar loose with part of that board they made from "Seventeen" and give us a feed. Not such a bad class, after all. May 21.--Ye solemn Seniors don their best and listen to advice for an hour and a half. Much surprise is dis- played when we are given diplomas. May 22.-The last sad rites. With an extra supply of hankies we bid Senior High au reservoirf l E ! i '1 I - l . 1- T K JESTS BY THE JESTER Mr. Stockebrand: Qexplaining a problem in physicsj--"Let us make a conf parison. Let's take a shower bath, for instance P" Bootblack: "Light or dark, Sir?" Mr. Shideler: Qabsent-mindedlyj: 'Tm not particular, but don't give me the neck." -- Mr. Strong: "You kissed my daughter. I don't like it." joe Searle: "Tastes differ. I do." Miss McLean: "Take this sentence: John led the cow to the pasture. What mood F" Roy Olson: "The cow did." FROM A CALF'S DAIRY Kicked over one pail of mash Got my head caught in a bucket. Yelled like blazes for mother for an hour. Rolled my eyes at a little boy and frightened him. Experimented on how far I could stretch my legs. Tangled myself in ten feet of rope. N ibbled at a ,green apple and had a tummy ache. Refused to be hugged by an impudent hired man. juel Chapman went into a clothing store uptown and, seeing a clerk that was .not busy, said to him: "I would like to see a pair of shoes that would fit me." I The Clerk glanced down at his feet and then replied "So would I." NVe would like to know the kind of language Mr. Reeves uses to make a mule move. Miss Fletcher is my teacher. I shall not pass. She maketh me keep up long note books, and expretth my ignorance before the whole class. She causeth me great sorrow. Yea, though I burn the midnight oil I gain no knowledge, for dates and names they trouble me. She prepareth for me long tests and giveth me very low grades. My patience and good nature are leaving me. Surely zeros and failures shall stay in her history class forever. 1-1 Mr. Stockebrand: fAfter exasperating physics periodj. "My physi:ian has advised me to exercise with dumbells daily. The class will kindly meet me at breakfast tomorrow morning." The kind old gentleman met his friend, little Willie, o11e very hot day. "Hel- lo, Willie," he exclaimed, "and how is your dear old grandpa standing the heat?" "Ain't heard yet," said Willie, "He's only been dead a week." N Y . I 1 ,TESTS BY THE JESTER Selling Talk.-Ardent wooer: fa commercial travelerj "My love for you, XVinnie, darling, surpasses anything else that can be offered in that particular line." "lVlaybelle says her beau is teaching her to drive the car." "1 know. When I saw them he was demonstrating the clutch." Said the cynici "Life is just one fool thing after another, love is just two fool things after each other." "How is your husband, Mrs. Clancey?" "Glory be, he has been enjoying poor health for the last month, but this morning he complained of feeling better." lrish Urator: Hfiintlemen, I want to ask these Americans wan thing. NVho digs your canals but foreignersg who mines your coal and your iron but for- eigners: who makes your steel but foreigners, who builds your railroads but for- eigners? Yes, gintlemen, who, in the name of truth, discovered your country but a foreigner E" "The thing that touched me most," said the minister after the donation, "was when little Mamie Brown walked up and laid an egg with the other offerings." A kind hearted man saw a little child trying to reach the door bell. He rang the bell, then said, "What now, my little man F" ,' "Run like blazesf' said the little man, "That's what I'm going to do." Pity ye Poor Ed.-It is reported that one of the fastidious newly married ladies of this town kneads bread with her gloves on. This incident may be somewhat peculiar, but there are others. The editor of this paper needs bread with his shoes ong he needs b-read with his shirt ong he needs bread with his pants ong and unless some of the delinquent subscribers to this "Old Rag of Freedom" pay up before l0ng,' he will need bread without a darn thing on, and VVisconsin is no Garden of Eden in the winter. jones was walking down the lane with his country girl. A covw and a calf beside the fence were rubbing noses in bovine affection. "Look," said jones, "isn't it wonderful? lt makes me feel like doing just the same thing." h "tio ahead if you want to," said the farmer's daughter, "the cow belongs to father." ----- Harold llunkertonz fphoning from wreck.l "Send assistance at once. l've turned turtle!" Voice: ffrom the other endj: "My dear sir, this is a garage. W'hat you want is an a4luarian1." 1 w P I 1 5 KNIGHTHOOD CAs it probably wasj. Laden though they were with chivalry and courtesy the day when the merry King .Arthur reigned midst kegs of ale must have been trying ones for those prominent gentlemen who comprised the various units of the standing militia. We can conceive of no more soul-trying torture than to saunter gaily forth from the castle with the upper portion of a hot blast heater around one's person, the rest of one's self encased in delicate metal known as mail, and looking for all the world like a traveling salesman for a hardware company. Imagine attempting to -do worthy battle in such attire, and imagine the pointed remarks of one thus garbed as he felt a caterpillar make its cautious way down the inside of his suit. Or imagine trying to mop one's brow with the cranium thrust into a coal scuttle for a helmet. Verily, those were the times that tried men's souls. Had Shakes- peare lived then he undoubtedly would have penned something in this form: THE MAIDEN'S FATE CA tragedy in One Actj. Time: Period of King Arthur's reign. Place: England. Characters: Sir Eric de Tinroof: 2 guards. Mrs. Eric: 7 knights of the king. The scene opens on a dusty road running through Sherwood Forest. Sir Eric and his two guards trot noisily and metallically down the highway. They are armored and carry lances, swords, and lasso ropes. .At sight of a woman struggling with seven knights the party stops. A Sir Eric: "What ho! What sight is that appears in yonder cloud of dust F" 1 Guard: "A lady, Sire. A lady in distress." Sir Eric: "Well, well. Wimmin are always into trouble. Well, it's 20 min- utes till dinner yet. To the rescue, men!" ' The party gallops furiously towards the other group. As they come rapidly near, the lady turns. "Tis Eric's spouse.She shrieks. Mrs. Eric: "Save me, Eric." Eric: "Courage, m'love. fTo knightj. Hal base turnip, unhand me-her, I mean." 1 Knight: "Hand you nothing. What more do you want to fight with ?" Eric: "Dast defy me, then At'im, men!" .asf SMU 5 fi' -'i ' 1 -.-M l 2 if j g KKYQ 5 V I X, - '.,f'v4f 'f:"f'i"""'M in ww i J' Eric and his two guards close with the seven knights. Mrs. Eric stands to one side screaming and munching a banana. Mrs. Eric: "Sa-a-a-ve me, Eric!" Eric: "Courage, me love. I'll save you." Hour of the knights fall dead, leaving three to battle Eric and his guards. They fight fiercely in a cloud of dust. Mrs. Eric: Qscreamingj "Sa-ave me, Eric !" ' Eric: "I am darling. Hang it, there goes that other suspended" Rassels furiously with his opponent, and they fall to the ground. Mrs. Eric. QLoudlyj "Save me!" Eric: "Shut up, Marthy! Ain't I doin' my best? Here you, leggo my neck!" Mrs. Eric Qcalmlyj "Save me." Eric gets up and glares at her. Eric: "Now listen, if you can behave while I'm fighting here you can't go see Duggis Bearshanks tonight." Leaps upon his adversary and the two resume their battle. Eric's guards and their opponents kill each other. Eric and his man fight on. One of the fallen knights gets up and begins to fight. Eric: "Here you, you're dead. Lay down." Knight dies again and Eric turns to find that the remaining knight has fled. Mrs. Eric stands eying him calmly. Eric grabs her 'by the hain and takes her home. As a punishment he gives her only 955.00 from his pay envelope. Moral: When in Rome shoot Roman Candles. 1 . ff- -.-snr. , Q .,W.g.gggq.53r,Q5!gr4sF M' as -s-.f-f.-Q We--r"'-a1'fe , . . 4--... . 1 THE WILL 1, the class of '25 approaching that period of life when all things begin to fade into the past, do hereby take this occasion to record and make disposition of my properties and wealth, all wills and testaments to the contrary notwith- standing. 1. I will and direct that all funeral expenses be settled from the funds left after the Crimson is paid for, if any, and ask that as much elaboration as pos- sible accompany the last ceremonies, because I think I deserve it, if I do say so myself. 2. 1 will and direct that my ability t0 be a success in all endeavors be given to any class that can handle it. 3. I will and direct that the first six rows of seats in the center section be given to the class of '26, trusting that its neck will be as sore and stiff as mine was after looking up at Mr. Shideler for nine months. 4. I will and direct that my learning, good looks, and general recipes for attractiveness be collected and given to the Sophomores. They need them. 5. I will and direct that the credit for my accomplishments be distributed among the faculty members who have aided me, and that a permanent vote of thanks be given to Miss Florence Hoover. My individual members bequeath the following articles: 1. Ruth Potter leaves her talking ability to any ten people who can cope with it successfully, and recommends that its guardianship be entrusted to Miss Ber- nice Bamberger. 2. NVilliam Hughes leaves Leah Drake-Cbut not for very longj. 3. NVatson Marble wills his ability to warble on the cornet to Roger Leffler. 4. Oliver VVelch wills himself to any nice looking young lady who can bake good mince pies. Apply early to avoid the rush. 5. VVilma Kipp would dearly love to will something to somebody but every- thing she has is Frederick's, too. 6. To Warren VVaters, Garland Atkins wills and presents a couple of bombs and a tornado. 7. Mildred Maguire bequeaths to Elizabeth Newby her latest book, "How to Grow Tall." 8. Kenneth Briggs leaves the presidency of the Senior class to anyone who thinks he can lick Mexico single handed. 9. Raynard McCormick does bequeath himself to Geraldine West, with no encumbrance attached thereunto. 10. Paul Lane wills his height to that monstrous personage, Ozell Trask. VV itness my hand at Fort Scott, Bourbon County, State of Kansas, this 15th day of May, 1925. THE CLASS OF '25. Signed by the aforesaid class of '25 as its final will and testament, in the pres- ence of us, who at its request and in the presence of each other have hereunto affixed our signatures as legal witnesses, and have heard it affirm this docu- ment to be its last will and testamentary record. rf. , , 'V' - L .Avi g X. "What is thy 'namv-- -i 5 Q " '-x is Whencc conzest thou?" l -N 3 - .-.- X 5 , A-1 W 'V-sr.-5.-,.f':w V --gw-:.l.- - - -,Q f,-,-rf: K ' g -,,..,.' -4 NAME ADDRESS ..w. ,,3.v. .- '. 4 - 4 ' - X - -, .arg .nl L- N. -. - ,- 11 ?-I ,- ' M A Nl All NAI! ADDRESS O - x 1 v , 1 - - - ' , , . , , . ' . 1 , - 'Z -.., -.-.1 '-is - '. .. Y. H . 4 ' ' Q . ,,. Y' . , 5' .. -.4 3, - " ' , . ', U -+1. ,. A -,R A v , n 'w , ,.A . .,. 1 Y, --.V Av ,--4.1 fi Vs P u x -.1 11 J 1 1. F x I ,. .. U , ' -n x. -4 rf ,-rv . 4. ...wr w- ..-. Mia A P4 -'s 1 i n: U. . v 2. Q. .f H. 3 ' W W 1 , 51 . " I A .iv . ' I Q4 A . ' 1 -3,12 Auf , - , , , fl . W . , , ,. A L.. I -'- N- 1 -gf F .. W -- -if ..-'-1 -X-+ 1 ,iz vt. -- , e I I f :H xl' v. . , ,Ab - ,.' Wg- '. A , -ww , , ' , , .. , :XA . Q 5 ? .1 .,.., , ,, , lv A - ,,.. , FM ,. ,gl ,QL , d xx fy.. A I A , . J ngx l y J ' 1 ' dr '- M, ' 1 1. . NAME ADDRESS P --- 'W "i fi.: "He Entered Camelot, A City Of Shadowy Places" :S THE NINETEEN TWENTYfFIVE M A R 0 O I,ll1lliSllL'd by thc stuclculs uf thc Ifwrt Scott Dlllililil' College. I':l1l'l'Ul ,. , IJmus l4l'l'lih AXssls'r.xxfr lilvmn ,ll'.xx1'r.x l'mx'lcl l:l'SlNliSS Mxxmll ., ,.,.. , l,l-:l2H1sn1,x11v l'i.XL'l'l lx' Svnxwl .v,, ,A. MX. XY. NllI.l.lil 19 MAR OON 25 Clzfdpalz 7-fffzf GZZSJCMJWQ ,ZJQQWQMWUJQQ ,-of , fwffn WMM Jv4wooAu fZf21vw4hAAM44w,5ww, pp zz6fQ..M4v 2,1914 yn, ,,,-4,4 Z5 0!5Mfff 4.4,-Z4,.,',5f4-ff 254-ef"'f'4-'-f-464 zauqwffzf M4494 fxfddfaff ,4,4,a,a.4ff I fdwfw-wfuff 4-N7 Z E Z - -ff Q fm 44, ef W QM, Qu 5 M, AW, , KLXAAM XQA, Ax, ,DW 7Ae.,4 ,.1M,,f7w5,Q, f..2:1,q1, 'm"Lh7 WW Z Z ' MAROON 'X J This book is lovingly dedicated to john Whittier Shideler, our Dean-the man to whom we are so deeply indebted for his friendship and for his interest in us. His earnest efforts have made possible our success as a junior College. 19 HOU J. W. SHIDELER, Dean, I I Ijqymyplly AXm.3lN,N. Blznxlcilc B.xM1sE1u:l-zu. gp,,,,,i,9h, .llutlzcmutics -N. li.. Unive-rsily of Wisvonsin, A. H., l'lliVPI'SitY of Kansas. A. M., University ol' Wisconsin. .X. M., Vuiversity of Kansas 19 MARO0 25 LmN.x B. I+'l.r-:1'om:1:. Vmun. Gmnmx History Huglixh Drury College, Springfield MO. A. B., llnivvrsity of Kansas, A. B., A. M., University of Kansas. lfnivernity 91' Chicago. Columbm Unlverslty of New York ALI-'men W. MII.I.lil!. G.xnnmr.r.,x M, PRATT. Chemistry Iliulogy H, S.. lYHl2lW'i1. l'niversil3'. K. S. 'l'. l'. of Vitlslvnrg: M. S.. University of Kansas. Kunsns llnivvrsily. M. S., Kansas University. R00 HAI!0LD BOLINOER JOHN DURK1-:E GERALDINE FRAILEY GRACE BROWN LUOILE Fm1:As1c E'l'HI1':r. MOILRIS NELLE HAm,x-:Y RUSSELL KNIGHT JACOB HUBBART RI-:1-WE HEWITT AROO RAYMOND MGCRUM Flmxm-is K1-:RLIN DONALD Mlnucn LEDTA PDASE ALICE Ho1,s'1'r:1N F1.oRr:Nc POTTER Mmm: Pmfruowsxr A1.m1m'r PINKSTDN XV.-SRD S1'A1,NAK11:l: Emu. Pm.1.l-:'l"1 V ' 19 MAROON 25 H ,. 5 lg i 1, EDNA TALBOTT ELIZABETH STEWART AVA WHITESIDE A F! I ui 1 L. P p ORGANIZATION T In view of the fact that they in themselves were too small, the Freshman and Sophomore classes were separately organized this year. All activities and school 1 pirojects were sponsored and supported by both classes. Likewise the officers Were elected from both classes, two being chosen from each. They were as follows: . g. E. E E . h President .................... ........... H Ward Stalnaker Vice-President ........... .......... C ecil Hollingsworth Secretary ............... ................ F lorence Potter -P Treasurer ................................... - ...................... - .............. Marland Shoemaker Sponsor ...... - ..................... - ............................ - ..... - .... ,................., A. W. Miller . 4 y. ,, eww we-ua A -n a M, I '. ,:4.,q,wfr, ?qL:,, V ' T. , I '- I " " R00 25 ARMSTRONG BRANT CURTIS H0L1.1NGsw0R'rH BLUBAUQH ALDERMAN ATER Goocri VAN Vmnzmn Dossmy DAVIS DUNLAP HART KENNEDY ARUO BISHARD Hrzlmrzs HARFJ MORIRISON HUDSON HOSKIN HOLLERAN MA wrIN SYVINGLE SN Yum: ORB RUFFTN PARSONS SPA FI-'ouu MAR OO ..,- ...-,- 25 NICHOLS LIN MASON VIILE Rosm WHITE MCCRUM LUNUEFOBD PowER KENNEDY Mc SIMPSON TAYLon KINNIS Uusmn SHOEMAKEIQ - MAROON GARDNER J oHNsoN WRIGHT Lrrms MGDOWELI. GATEWOOD JOHNSON J oYNEn Mrrcumng, Time, that Sage Magician, his wonders W All our days were with pleasures frought. About us he spun his magic net, And traps of joyfulness against us set. Parties he gave us, yes, parties galore, Parties with surprises and joys in store, Filled with merriment, laughter, and jest In which every one entered with gleeful zest. Time developed the muscles of our athletes Making them strong and true as steel, And developed their skill with patient care Which made our enemies cry Beware! And so in Basketball, Football, and Track, Men as athletes we do not lack. We'll have had our work and pleasures too, When this good old Ju-Co year is thru. 1-ought, real, -Earl Strader. 25 .1P', , -, . . 1 - 1 ,fl ' ' s -f "" gs 1 1 ,f. ffl-11. ., 19 MAROON SEAGRA VE GORDON OUR FORENSIC COACHES This is the second year in which Fort Scott junior College has been actively engaged in inter-collegiate debates. Though all decisions have not been Wong those that were lost were lost only after an excellent showing by the Junior Col- lege team. Much of the credit, both for results attained and for the enthusiasm which made such things possible is due to the effort of the debate each who carried lde- bate work as an extra burden. The coach of oration and declamation is to be praised for her splendid work with the contestants. She, too, carried this work as an extra burden. l l - l 25 , 19 AROO 25 MORRIS MCCRU M AFFIRMATIVE Missouri Vifesleyan at Carthage, March Z-1. Decision 1-Cf Negative. Iola C. at Fort Scott, March 31. Decision 2-1 Negative. Rarnlzwfz That Congress shall have the power to overrule by 2-3 vote ions of the Supreme Court declaring acts of Congress urconstituticanal. NEGATIVE Missouri VVcsleyan at Fort Scott, March 24. Decision 1-0 Negative. Kansas City at Kansas City, March 31. Decision 3-O Affirmative. t1 ie decis 1 WRIGHT STALNAKEB. ' ' 't"22?'tt"fft?fi"?1-'f2"'fiH11f-1Mf'e1ef'f'mfcP.KPs'-13's-lo' W' 1 ' -VT-W S----nw!! 19 ARUO 25 l BOI,INm:n S'r1f:wAR'r Omtor Dcclamer The first annual state oratorical and declaniatory contest was held at Cof- feyville, Kansas. Although F. S. C. did not take the first places she is proud of her second and third. Mr. Gilson of the State Teachers' College of Empo- ria, who acted as judge made the following decision: Oration-First, Arkansas Cityg second, Harold Bolinger, Fort Scott, "Child Laborf' third, Parsons, fourth, Coffeyville. Declamation-First, Coffeyvilleg Second, Parsonsg third, Elizabeth Stewart, Fort Scott, "Ashes of Roses"g fourth, Arkansas City, fifth, Garden City. Five junior Colleges participated in debate. The contests were divided so that Fort Scott, Iola, and Kansas City, Kansas were matched in a triangle de- bate: while Parsons and Arkansas City niet in a dual match. Kansas City. Kansas won first place in the first division and Parsons in the last. Kansas City, Kansas, won the decision in a final contest with Parsons. N 19 M R00 25 MORRISON PE1,1.1c'1"r M0llliIS MCCRU M Jack Crandall --- Mr. Hooker ..... Stephen Hooker --- Tod Stone ......... Alosius Bartholomew Floy Hooker ....... Letita Brown --- S'mwAn'r STALNAKER S'WINflLl4I HURRY! HURRY ! ! HURRY ! ! ! Characters ----C'owboy Author ,,-- ---- ----Business Man ----- ----College Freshman --- ----Football Hero ----- ----College Professor ----- ----Vivacious Debutante --- ----Languishing Debutante --- WRIGHT KNIGHT Raymond McCrum ---- Russell Knight. --- Ward Stalnaker --- -- Earl Pellett -- Ernest Morrison Y, Lois Swingle --- Isabel Wright Mrs, Hooker --- .... Modern Mother ........ ...... E thiel Morris Rita. ....... .... P ert Housemaid --- Elizabeth Stewart Sponsor ..,...... -- Gabriella Pratt Business Manager M- -.--- Virgil Gordon Stage Manager .... --- Bernice Bamberger ,1TF:m ll,'1'.,,,1l. V ."'lRH t W- A .. ,-,.,..- ,rr W. 19 MAROGN l 1 , ,QA opts. A69 4' In ! , f W 2 f lfftvvz f.,,,"'f" :- I ' ' .' f - E , i r l ' E, v '- 1 X , fail Xmgc il gy lg g fi 2 it 51"-,Q , , ww 1 1f'7"i'l. 4 ' 5' gf! ' Y' 1 ' tg., V Cecil Hollingsworth Alice Holstein Iacoh Huhbart Virginia Hudson Russell Knight Raymond lVlcCruin lithiel Morris Ernest Morrison Leota Pease Florence Potter VVard Stalnakcr Elizabeth Stewart Lois Swinglc Ralph Richardson lsahel XVright c c El tw .mf .-.q Avg' Alf Yi -,.,':vf"'Q W, ..c, l qu Ei if 32? El it-U A xx 73 45 g 'lv szln 9' ' if Q fevfifijfi +2 iigsn up 'Z ' 35,5 5 ' 1 0 in E gr' 'tif ...... is Lg f gg. 5" H U 'Z' li va I l ,...:r'r IE' ii x .mm ' I ""'Q 'li 4 X 0' r, ' 1 .uk-.N v V. 'V , . 5 Z 4, NXXXXX X 1 lx Kxlx Avxxxxxxx vt Sh i wax Q- 'ff v 1 xunfi. kk N v. ,JS f'fe Er-' o f'ff..a....gC:2 El ' one 19 MAROO ' Membership Ater, Verna Brant, Claudia. Brown, Grace Gooch, Forestlne Hare, Minnie Hedges, Eleanor Holleran, Ruby Holstein, Alice Hudson, Virginia Johnson, Eula Kerlln, Frances Lunceford, Louisa McCrum, Pauline McDowell, Adelia Martin, Marian Mason, Edna Morris, Ethiel Pease, Leota Piotrowski, Marie Potter, Florence Rose, Gladys Stewart, Elizabeth Swingle, Lois Talbott, Edna Taylor, Sara. Whiteside, Ava. Wright, Isabel Officers President ............... ....... E lizabeth Stewart Vice-President ....... ....... V irginia Hudson Secretary ....... .......... L eota Pease Treasurer .........,........ ................ , ............. S ara Taylor Faculty Sponsor ......... ....... M iss Bernice Bamberger Sesame is a study club for Junior College girls. The programs dealt with various phases of fine artsg music, painting , and sculpturing. Sesame luncheons have been held from time to time which proved to add enthusiasm to the organ ization. The important social event of the year was the Christmas banquet held jointly with the Aeolian Club. ,S 'ffrfff . 1 " 19 M R00 . , ttf. Lf 5 ,I ., r, . . . I 4 ,I if - txt: f rg X, B- xiii E Tor Row: A1!MS'l'RONG, Brimcy, Pm.1,r:1'T, HUms.m'r, Da. THOMAS, KNIGHT, BQLINGER, S IIob:MAKl4:l:, PIN Ks'1'0N. Lowrzn Row: EIIIUKSON. ZRIUIIAIQITHON, GARUNIQR. Dumuclc. Brsuaxm, HOSKIN, NEEDHAM. SCHEDULE October 16, Fort Scott at Parsons ........ October 24, Fort Scott at Iola ........................... November 7, Ozark NVcslcyan at F. .. November 14, Iola at Fort Scott ....... November 21, Olathe at Fort Scott ........ Nm'cmlmer 27, Parsons at Fort Scott ...... F. S. Opp. 6 44 O 47 0 O 13 0 0 19 Y' 1 L 19 i N fN Ullll S: X, 'x I UIQ' We 0 'v w J"Q f fb, S!- . VN L , A3 5.2, 1 Pj ,v Q 45. DM if MA' L. .Q .' I-, a.. 1 . QI Kr Aff 'I j 7 ,r-If Pew? C Ng. 11 'A "Pd ,.i-l MAROON 25 l.l., I ll H k F d k, ,xg -e' YM' Quarter B k Half B k A f Q, U10 T kl 'lice ? Cente 6 rfsbqp f E 1 1 I da .1 Tackle 3 5 F ll B ck kXo,2,c" Half Back E d End 0 Na Tackl E d aww Lfuard Shgdm Guard N- 1-.li.11-i1--u AROO ERICKSON WOOD PINKS'I'ON BOLINGER 1DEl,LE'I"l' BIS H KRD ARMSTRONG HOLLINGSWVOR'l'H WHITE Armstrong ........ Forw:u'd NVhite .... Forward YVood .... ................... ........ I 1 'orwnrd Hollingsworth QC:1p'tj ..... . .... Guard Pinkston ...... Guard Bislmrcl ...... .... C iunrd Pcllctt ......... ...., C ientcr Bolinger ....... ..... C enter 19 M R00 25 as 11 1 1. 4- ' , l I 4, ' 11 . X . 3 K 6 St'111C1J1'1.li S 17111 l11l1Zll'j' tw. 1x2l1'Sll1lS :tt 1"o1't Scott , .A,... ,,....w,, . . , ,.,. .Y 1l.l1l1Ill'j' W, Xt'14:111s:1s city :tt lfort Scott H .,, ..... . 1L'1ll'll111'f' 111, 1o1:1 :1t lfort Scott ,,.., ,,,., ,,, , 1 . ,..,.. 1c111'11:11'1 14, lxztnsus city 111 lfort Scottt. ,, 1 L'1l1'111lI'f' 21, fl:11'11c11 fity :tt 1-Nort Scott., .. X1ILl't'11 2 l11111llt'l'H1l1 1"o1't Scott A... , ,.,. X11ll't'11 tm, 1 o1Icj'1'111c :tt 1'1l11'1 Scott 1, .,. .,,,. . l11l11l1'1' 11 1'l11'1. Scott z1t 1o1:1 ...,,t,,t.... ,...t,,., lI111Ill'f' '17 1'o1't Scott 111 t'oI'fcy1'i11c .. 11111Ill'f' 411 11l1l'1 Scott :tt .x1'1i1l1lS1lS City 11111:11'y 31 11U1'1 Scott :tt 1111114K'k'1l ..YA.... L'1ll'l12l1'1' tv 1'll1'1 Scott 111 17111341115 .1 A,.,,1.,. .. ,. .... xL'1l1'111l1'f' 111, 1'1ot'1 Scott :tt 1i:111s:1s City 1'. ,.....,. ...,,,,.. IX 111:15 L'11l'l1Ill'j' '11 1'1U1'1 Scott 111 1i:111sz1s City, linnszts L'1J1'llZll'f' 31 1:1111 Scott :tt 111211110 ,. .,....,.. .. 1. C1ll'l12ll'j' 'U 1'o1't Scott att L1Zll'11l2lgC .,....... .......... MAROON AUTOGRAPHS APPRECIA LTION: Tllli .-ILVTIIORS' O17 T JUNK lI'l.S'll TU lfXl'lx'lSS Hllillx' CfR.1'l'lY'L'I7li FOR 'I Ill Sl l'l'lJlC'l' 'l'lllf l7f?llOlI'lXf l'llx'.1l.S ll.ll E C'UX'l'lx'l!JL7'l'l IJ liczuly lo XVCZII' Shucs NINE S'I'OIiliS KANS. N MU. 29 AIAVAYS I"IIiS'l' 'VO SHOW NICXV NIICHCHANIJISH Dry Goods Mclfs l'1lll'lliShillg'S 777777 vw " "pf-V" ' ' . , I tllllllltllltl IlllllllllllllEIllIllIlll!'ll , ,-15. lllllltltll ltl llltlltlttllllllll llllllllll, I .lllllll'l Make OUR Drug Stow YOUR Drug Store Prichard-Blatchley Drug Co. "THE REXALL STORE" ' U' ICASTMAN KOIJAKS AND SUPPLIES. I.IGGET'I"S AND XVHlTMAN'S CHOCOLATES. EXCLISIVE STATIONERY I I I IllllllllltllllIltlllIlllttlllllllllllllll lllltltllllllll'IlllHItItllt-IllIv'IltllllfllllIltllIIllItlIl'IllI'tllI'll I J llllllllllillllllllllllllillllllllllllllllltllllltlhllllllllll'lllllllllllllltllll Join the Purest ot' Milkg Richest of CPCZIIII I Yo O CQ AQ State and Llty Noyvl Inspected -iii 18 S. National Ave. Phone 22-I llllltlltltllllllllllllllll Illlllllllllllllll lltlllllhlltlnltlllllllllll E IlllZ'll'IllI'tIllIlllllllwlllltllttltlll II I f I Basketball, Bowling and Gym all XXI. t c I '1 1 Y mer We Serve to SELL XOU --- AGAIN NVe make it our business to serve High 501,001 fellows. Ft. Scott Greenhouses 432 NVest 9th St. Phone 301 XVe will appreciate your support. tllt llll lll'll'llllIlIt'll!lllltllllllllllItlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlll'llllll See Yourself as others see you. ANSCO CAMERAS AND FILMS Kurtz Drug Store Phone 204 I I lltllltlllllllllllllillllllllltl FORT SCOTT, KANSAS Iltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllll lll Cocoa- C0 la IN BOTTLES 501 E. NVall Street Phone 201 'I tll'Illlllllllllllllllllllnl I llllllllilllll I I Illllllllllllllllllllllllltl IllltllllllllHlIllllIHl.llMlllIlIl Illllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllt Fort Scott Laundry DRY CLEANING? ' FEATHER RENOVATING BUG AND CARPET CLEANING PHONE 87 Ullllllllllllilllllllllllll I I I -lNSURANCE- If you met with an accident to- 5 day, would your family have a 5 good photograph of yourself? Think it over and be photo- 5 graphed now. ' All Young' Folks like stores to be up-to-date where congeniality is made a Specialty. Visit Our New ' .7llCl'11UlliL'llH.X' Rcfrigcratcd Fauzztaizz and ,Vote thc .S'crt'icv Shoemakefs LUTES STUDIO 703 E. Wall Et. Phone 254 1 NATIONAL BUTTER CO. Manufacturers of JERSEY QUEEN CREAMERY BUTTER Bulgarian Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese "MADE FOR PARTICULAR PEoP'LE.', I I I llllllIIHIIIIIlllll'll1lIHIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIIVIIIlIllllllllllllllllilllllllltlllllllll I I I I Compliments ot' The lVlcKey Mfg. Co. UNION MADE Overalls Work Pants 'Il'l ICI'llttIl'l'lI'ZIl'l"l' llll'tl"I 'I 'l"I 'I 'I' I ' W. E. HAMMER Insurance That lnsures. 3 5 E. YVall St. Fort Scott, Kansas : l'Illl'iI"l'fllll Illltllllllllllll I'lIllI!lIllltlIllIl'lliIlll' Iltl illlll Frank Hewitt Painting and Paper Hanging FORT SCOTT, KANSAS Phone 461 848 National Z 5 N, ltlltlIl'IllIl'IllllllltIllI I I lllli.I.lll l"l' llll' llllllll I 1 ' VII' BRIGHT'S THE STORE Fon NOTIONS Crochet Cottons, Hnibroiclery Flosses, Ric Bac, Tapes. Notion Novelties. lllIl'l'tlltltlI"IllI I'ItlI lhlltlwl llll lIltlllltlllllIlllllIl'Itl'7I1IlI' .l EWELH Y Music Accessories QUALITY l"lliS'l' KREYERS Main. Phone 'Sh Ittl1'lll'll'I,llt ll I"Iil I I I I I IIII IlIIIIII'III'IIII III'II'IIIIIIIIIIIII,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIII IIII IIIII III IIIIIIII IIIII Il I I I III I III IIII III IIIIIIII IIIIIII. IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIX II IIIIIII III IIII THOR XYASHERS HOOVER SXVEEPERS ANSAS UT ILITIE ' C . EVERYTHING IN HIGH GRADE ELECTRICAL MERCHANDISE I IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII II IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II IIIII II Il IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII Ulf IIIIII IIIIIII IIII II IIII I III I I II I II III II III I III I IIIII IIII I IIIII"I'IIIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIFIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII What quotation from the Bible is a d f? student in class often reminde o "Many are called, but few answer promptly." ro 'Sa l'1n stuck. Do you know '1' YQ y, anything about flivvers?" Mr. Christian-"Nothing but a coupl of funny stories." Label on jar read-"Strawberry Jam put up by Mrs. Jones," A truthful littl boy, after helping himself, wrote on th label-"Put down by Willie Jones." lIIIlIlI:IIII'IlI.lI.I IIIIIII 'IIII III IIIII IIII. II I II' IIII IIIIIIIII III QUEST, liESY'liS'l' and BEST Grant Lumber Co. lf'Z'C7'j'1'lIlII.f,I to Bznilu' tlzc 1101110 9 v 9 6 First Flea-"Been on a vacation?" Second Flea--"No, on a. tramp." Mr. Litton fto Leslie, while posing for mixed chorus pictureb-"Close your mouthg this in't an X-ray." Guest-"Say, waiter, how long must l wait for that half chicken I ordered a half hour ago. Waiter-"Until somebody comes in and orders the other half. We can't go out and kill a half chicken." IIII II III IIIIIIIKIIIIIIIIIIIIII III IIIII IIIIIIlI,IIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIII IlI.IIIIlII,III IIIl.II IIII.Il IIII I III III II IIII II II III III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIII! IIIII I IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIZIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII W ITE IDE'S HIELP YOURSELF GROCERIES ul'lvlIl'7'L' Your Dollar Has More - Ceutsi' 2 Cor. National Avenue and Oak 5 Street, on Market Square I IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII II IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II'IIIIIII'III'IIII IIIIII I II II II IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII III II I IIIII II IIII IIII II IIIIIIII IIII IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII G. R. H GHES, CLOTHING STORE Phone 1094 10 South Main St. FORT SCOTT, KANSAS IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIII IIII IIIIIIIII IIIIIIII I II IIIII I IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I II II IIII IIIIIIII III IIIIIII IIIlIIIIIII.Il ' Ill 5 I I ll nl llll llll Lewis Bootery I-.'IlIIIiS' FOOTIVEJIG .IXIJ IIOSIERY Monitor-Binding Printing Co. i, -ii-iv: FORT SCOTT, KANSAS llllllllllllllllllllllIlIIllIIllllIlllllllllllIIIIllllilIlllllllllIllllllllllllllllll Metropolitan Life lnsurance Co. NVe insure all ages up to 65 years old. Life, Accident and Mortgage Policies. Free Nursing Services to Industrial Policy- holders. V. D. Brillhart and W. E. Green Representatives Phone 782 " Ul"Il'I.ll: I'll.il lvl il ' lill Iill il 'llll'iIl Illlllllll-ll. l,ll1IIl'I I 'I I, 'tSuy It XVith Flowers." Parker's Flower Ee Gift Shop Phone 2000 First and Main PARKER'S GREENHOUSE Phone 318. Purker's Blvd. IllIllIllIl'Il l'2l1l'll I 'I?'Il1Ii'l1liIll lllllllilllll Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted lf' 653' OPTICAL. co IO No. MAIN ST.'PHONE lO9 XVe grind our own lenses 10 N. Main Street Phone 100 Ill lil I I I I'l1I I'I1l I lil I,l JESSE B. OORE We thunk the students for their past DZITFUIIZIQC, commend their conduct, and wish those leaving us, much success. I Illl Il'll1lHIllIlIllIIllllI"IllI"IVIl'I mlmlmmqll, ,l,,,,,,. ,mimi lillllilllllllllll I lllllllll ll I I lllll Illlilllll I I I IiI Ill I I I The Fort Scott Chamber of Commerce An Organization Which Exists for the purpose of making' Fort Scott a better place in which to live and do business ,I ll llll I I I I I I I I llllllIlllllllllllllilllllillllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll A. L.. KEPLI GER B d ' CONTRACTOR 07. S Mill XVork and Material XV2lll.b0ZlI'd Slleetrock 2 p Paints, Oil and Varnish S E 7 Scott Avenue Phone 627 Iillllilliillilill llllilllillllilllllllllillillil illIllIli!liiIIlIlllIl Gives a Rich, Delicious Flavor to all cooking in which it is used. lllllllllIillllliililliillllllllllillllllllllll Illllllllllllllllllllllll ESTABLISHED 1886 PHONE 831 Franz Bachmann Confectionery and High- Grade ICE CREAM I6 NORTH MAIN STREET "William," said Mr. Worden, who was somewhat addicted to moralizing, "this is the age of specialties and specialists. Is there anything you can do better than anyone else in the world?" "Yeth, thir," lisped the small boy. "I can read my own writing." A lot of guys would just as :soon be at the bottom of the class as at the top be- cause they teach the same things at both ends. lilllilillllllllilliillllilllilllil I I I I I I H illiliillilllllilllllillililIlllillilliilIllillllliilIillIlilllillillilllllllliI I I I O Jo HARDWARE CO. VVholesale and Retail SPORTING GOODS, TOOLS 84 CUTLERY, STOVES AND AUTO ACCESSORIES Fort Scott, Kansas. IIiilillilIllIiilillllIlllilIilIIIliililllllilllilllllllllllll I I I I I I lilIIIullilIAI.IIiInIIliInIrllnlnllllnlulilllll I I I lllllllllllllllllllIllllllIllllIlllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1lllllllllIllllllllIllllaillllltIllllllllllllllllllllltlllll CITY MEAT MARKET The Home of Good Meats Home made lard and sausages a specialty Phone Main 79. llltlllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll . Schaffer 61 Sons C.lust Groceriesj I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Atlze gn of . J? Brownhtshoes I-" IE i fir All the Family Buster Brown Shoe Store "VVhere the Good Shoes Colne From." 15 N. Main Street 212 Stores 212 Stores FORT SCOTT, KANSAS 22 N. Main HIIllIlllllltllllllllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIINIIIIIIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll Harry L. Mathews Hardware Co. COMPLETE LINE OE BUILDERS' SHELF HARDXVARE AND STOVES 6 Oak St. ' ' Phone 847 Illllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllilllllllllllill I I White Diamond Gasoline High Test Gasoline Makes less carbon Less Spark Plug Trouble and more Pep VV0 are a Fort Scott Institution Fort Scott Motor Oils Fort Scott 0il Co. 1 lllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllIllIllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllll In I Mllwllllllllllll g,pw,4,,i,,, Fora' The best ear on llzie inarlcet for flze I money It gives the longest wear and it has 5 the lzigliesl resale value of any automobile sold il--.-1.1 Fordson The f2ll'IllCI',S besl and cllcupesl lllrvd man. Always 1'cncly 11cv- cr tlrcs and costs less. C. F. MILLER FORT sco'1'T, KANS. lllllllllllllllllHlllll'I"lwIll'lIlllll I llllll lllliI1'lMIIlllIUIINIUIWlllIlll.lll'llllI DON'T FORGET MILLER SHOES And HOSIERY From Coast to Coast- .E ,4 ara: V, ' 1 QHYI 'N N' L' har' Te.: Hr Q ws. 1 Serve the Public Econoznirallyl I llllllll'lHlHll'IMlHIHll.Illllll K OX European or American Plan- Koonis and Home Cooked Meals lloinelilce Hotel Reasonable Prices 201 N. National Avenue Phone 480 H. W. Berry, Prop. llllllllwlllllllll lllllllllllilllllllllll lllllllll Othick Abstract Co. BONDED Only Abstract Books in County IPIUIENIHINNII llll'1llIIllI'1l1f PHONE 909 M. L. ANGE PLITMIEIING K HEATING, MARVEL BOILERS, KOHLER X CRANE ENAMEL, PREMIER AUTOMATIC VVATER HEATERS llllllllllllHlllllllllllllilllIlllllllllllllllflllllf High School Students And Others Will Find lt Profitable To Deal XVith Us Finest Qualities Most Rezlsohahle Prices PRAGER 6: SONS J E W E L E R S FORT SCOTT, KANSAS I I I I IllllllIIIHIIll1llIlIHIHIIIIHIIIIIIIHIIllllltlllllllllIillllllllllllllilllll'llHIlIlIIlllIlllllllllllillllllllll II1Vlltlrlllllllllllllllllllllllllll I I I llll Ill llIllll'IllI!T Hllllllll D. G. Cobb, Pres. Lloyd Lakin, Vice-Pres. J. T. Beatty, Sec.-Treas. The Fort Scott Wholesale Grocer Co. Distributors of The Pratt-Low Brand of California F'ruits The Thistle and XVhite Daisy Brands of New York Fruits and Vegetables MAXVVELL HOUSE COFFEE Ask your grocer for any of these and you will get the best IllllllllIllIlIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIllllllllllllllllilltlllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllwllllllllllllllllltlll :Il IllllIllHIllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIVIIIllllllVIIIIIIIHlllllllllIIIIHIHIVIIIIIIIIJ Iilllllllllllllllll - lllllll l I I IIlllllllllllllIllIlIIilIllIllIl K ONANTZ ff E to buy Q C Beftcr Slzoes and MORTICANS Hosiery SINCE 1882 "1V11c1'c Service 711611713 more than ll 111676 word," I I lllllllll I I HIHI llltllllllllll I I J, Itlllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illllllll C. M. Bachmann Bottling Works Cor. NVall and Ransom .Phone 1227 I Illlllllllllllllllllllltllllllld allllllllll Iillllllllllllllll The Kearns Realty Co. INSURANCE, BONDS E Marble Bldg. Phone 38 I Sechler's Shoe Store H I IlllllllllllllillllIIlIllllllllllllllllllllllll HARE1 FEED STORE All Kind of Feeds Phone 447 202 N. Nat'l Ave. IllltlllllllllllllllIIHIHIK I IMI! IVIIHIHIHIHI' I I' Illllllllllllllllllll IllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll'lltllllllllllllldl HARDWARE 13 E. VVALL STREET IS A. GOOD PLACE TO BUY IT GENCH BROS. CO. I llIllVIllillllillllllllllllllllli I I I lllllllllllllllllllllllllllI I IlllllllllllllllllIIlIIIIlllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllll Palace Garage Eff Sales Co. 11-13 South National Avenue. Agency for the Nash Car Let 11s Demonstrate Cnll on us for day and night service IVP do general refvairiug on all kinds of azz-fomobilvs Storage, Accessories Gasoling K O'il F. A. POTTER K HAROLD POTTER, Props. I I I I I I I I I llln 'I 'll'IwI''llllllllllllllllllllIlllll'IllIl.Iwlll I "Keep Smiling" Chiropractic and Health Service Bessie Metz, D. C., Ph. C. 695011176 . R , Suite 7 ,, Marble Bldg. I I I Illlwllllllllllllll? I I I I I I Plumbing 8z Gas Fitting Steam and Hot Water Heating 103 Scott Ave. Phone 200 FORT SCOTT, KANSAS - 2 35 years continuously in the Meat Business makes us efficient Phone Us An Order And lic V Cominccd 120 South Main Street MAGUIRES Meat Market I I Ill I I I I I IHIlllllllllvllullllrllll'lllll'llllllllulllllllmllilul 1ll.lHl1wlul1'l FORT SCOTT TRANSFER CO. Ardell YV1tight, Prop. Moving Local and Long Distance PHONE 179 I I I I llllilllllllwllllll Illlllllillll lllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllwlllllllIllI'lll'IllI'lIllIllI'lIl'I Fort Scott Fixit Shop John I. Marshall, Prop. snouz-11-rv 5 'F G Q s"l0"fNs JSF' AVA -4 C7 ,,, .- ' is I O m br wx if '7 M03 0 Phone 377 209 E. Wall I I I llllllllllllllllllllllllllwlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllrll I I I IIIlllllllllllllllvlllllllI'llllIllIl'Il1Il 'f I IlllIllllllllilllllllllllllllllllll I I I I l ,Y , 15' .nga -Y WOODS for L ILM BER o. E. Woons LUMBER oo. Phone 31 East Wall St. I I I I I IllllllllIIlIllIllI!lIIlIllIllIllIllIllIllIllIllIllIllIllIIlIllIllIllIllIllIllIllIl llllllllllllll lllllllllllll I - Hogan Construction Co. .. Q R ld General Contractors S Stout Building ' Phone 404 FORT scoTT, KANSAS CASH Offices: Little Rock, Arkansas 5 Fort Scott, Kansas. 5 Phone 6522 21 Market lllllllllllllllllllllIIlllIlI'lIllIIlIllIllIllIlIIIl llflllllllllllllllllllllIt Illlllllllllllllllllllltllll I I I I I I I I - I -I tw w I I l llIllIllIllI5'Il Illl"IllIllIllI'lIllI,lI I A Q IN Woodway Cafeteria MOV G. and Cafe Local Sz Long Dlstance li PHONE 409 Where Quality 1lC'Z'C7' wovfrics Fort Scott, Kansas and Clcalzlilzcss Is a Habit lmmm,IUwllg,Hl,m,w.,,,,,,,m,,1m,,l,,,l, lllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllll E Day and Night For Taxi Service ED G. Service Leave it to Us. ' PHONE 70 Fire and A1If07IIOI1l'1C I1lSlH't1llC'U Surely Bonds ' E Davee a. Handly, Props. 'I RENT A FORD , to DRIVE IT YOURSELF 7 E' Wall St' Fort Scott' Bans' 11 Marmaton Ave. Fort Scott. Kas. n , IlllltltlIllIllIliIllIIlIllIllIIII llllllllltllllllllllltlilllilllllllllllllllllllltllln ,AIl'IllllllllInlltllllllllllllzllllllllllll llllllllllIllIIlIliIllIllIilIl IllIllI.l lllllllli-Ill liilili 1. ., , 1, , Palace Clothing Company CHAS. JOELS The Ho111e of Society 131111111 Clothing and Walk Over Shoes. I I il I'I 'I I I FOR QVICK AND lNl'lXl'l'lNSlYIC LYNCH Bc H2lllllJlll'QCl'S ltlc Chili 1 Qu HAMBURC-EP NN I I Nlclnorialg Complimeiits of of Fort Scott Kiwanis Club Distinction TSX A VX X V-, XO X - ig, Cx 0 9 I We P' fx Q1 Blllld ' gl XX, fa ruce s ' 15'PAE39ff't Marble X Gl'ZlllllC cm-12m 117.11m fn Um' 7 1 - XX 01 ks High 5511001 Jr. tilfvllcgf, X lower price than ours, 111ez111s il , 0710, 1720 lower quality. ff1'111im1l1'1151 Claxx IHIHIHIWtlIl.VlltIllIttlIllH Providing Facilities for Your Every Banking Need The Citizens National Bank ESTABLISHED 1884 I I I Ill Il A. J. BARKER 'W . - Home Garage Auto and Rftdlilttll' - E Works E Authorized Harrison THE HOME OF Goon SERVICE WWCG SUIUOH NVELDING 2 Phone 606 13 Scott Avenue EIIIHIIIIMIltlIIIIIIHIHIHIHIIIIIIIHI IHIIIIHIHIHIHllllllltllltlltllllll ll I I I I I Il I I ININI IWIIINIIVII IV I INI I Ill IWIHI INI I I INI INIIINIUIHINI I I INIXIKI I lixchange l'l1otwg1'aphs IIIIIHIINIINIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I'1'cscrx'c thc happy 111ClUOI'iCS of sclmul days for all time- 1l"if!1t 1,f10f0fjl'tIf71l.Y THE FRAZIER STUDIO 11 East Wall Street Fort Scott, Kansas KIIIIIIIIIIIIIIININIHIIINIIIIIINIIINIHIXIIINIIINII IHIH 'lllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnlllltllllllllltllllliI IlltlltlttlllllllltlllliiltlllllllllllllllIlilllillllllltlllilllllllillltllllllllll l"UNliN.fIl. IJIICISCTORS EXPERIENCEIP EIIIBALMERS C H E E Y ' For .1lillHUl,.fl.VC'li PHONES 86, 683. 300 "1'llllllHllllllllllllllllltllllfllitl I .iliiI1illiliilimili.liiliiliilnliiliil:ili'liilliliil Illlllllllllll IllIlllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllillllIllIIlI'illEIlIllllllllllllllll I I 6 REASONS for having' a CHECKING ACCOUNT at this bank 1. SAFETY i 4. RECORD s - , f ' . , - . .. 1 l 1 . . , A 411941 book 1? 5111.01 1111111 L-1511 4 btuhs turmsh a complete record ol at home or 111 your pocket. 2. CONVENIENCE your money transactions. Checks can be Written any time, . , 5' RECEIPTS . anywhere, fm. any amount Every cancelled, endorsed check is required- a legal receipt for money paid. 3. ADAPTABILITY 6. STABILITY Cheeks can be given in person or Paying by check shows you to be mailed with equal safety. systematic and business-like. ll'c glfzffl-x' plan' at the disposal of i1za'i1z'ia'11aI.v and fi1'111.v thc Hlllll-X' uflf'a11Ic1gu.v of tl a'!1cc!c1'11g lIt't'UI!llf at this bank. Iilfc ix'n'itv ymn' ac'c01un'. PEGPLES STATE BA K 'IETTI'-l' Baizkilzg .S'crf'ic'r'." - SERVICE SEC URITY SILENCE lllltllltllllllllllrlll ' Hlllltllllllililllllli Illllill llillllilll Ililiiltllill Illlllll1Illll'Illl1Illlll'lIllI'lllll'lllII'lI"lllI'll'IllI ll'lllI"ll Iill?llltllllllIl'Il'llilt'll'Illlillilllllllllllillil Suits made to Measure 5525.00 to 5560.0-tl PHONE 1500 oodard Cleaners 6? Tailors Odorless Dry Cleaning I I lllilllIitlllIllllFllillllllI'illIIlllltlllllIillllllltilllllllllllilllllllllliil I V GRADUATES-THINK AHEAD- START YOUR FIRST REAL SAVINGS XYITH YOUR FIRST REAL JOB 2151-1.30 A Month For Five Yezn's-251,000.00 ' 31411.50 A Months For Six Yearsf-251,000.00 3310.00 A Month For Eight Years, 251,250.00 3149.00 A Month For Ten Years, 341,500.00 The IQCSIIHN 0fi.Sj'.Yff'1IItl1'l.t' Sl1'Z'I.lI!j-- ALSO MANY OTHER PLANS CONNECT YOI'RSIiLF XVITII THIS LIBERTY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I Iizist AVIIII. Resources over 34000 000.00 Fort Scott ' " " llHllilHINlNlIMl.IMIMINlilliil.ilN!IZNliI'Nlil'Iml!IIHIHINllNil,.INNliilMILNlhlHl.ilN1IMlllliil'1 ,.IiIl I I l'l1 IMI ,lill ilMli!I.iliNI, MI'Nl7IWl"ltNI,IHliNIHIINIHIMIHINNIHIMIHliilNlIi1lMIiNlHlN For Real Tire Service- Call Dorsey Tire 8a Rubber C. S. OSBURN SHOE HOSPITAL Company New and Used Tires K Vnlennizing - ' ,. 4, 4 , v x X x 1 , , NVe handle the famous Lee Tire ' ' 'lil I" XVJH Nutt 1'1'0111 'bb 15 Nm1:f1'tif"SiE1lM0- vom' sC0T'r, KANsAs one . my I I I Ylliil'liiliiliiI'iliil1iliI'i 0 I 0 LINENS VOILES SILKS Hats and hosiery to mulch each dress you ehoose- We enjoy showing you our new summer inaterials- Come In Vogue-liutteriek and Pielorizil Review I,2lIICl'l1S ,lttltl'tItllllitItllitlttltllttltllllllllllttlllltltIl'll lltI'tlttltlttltlilttllltiIitl'IttItl'IlttItllltiI'lwtlZli I I LIBERTY THEATRE IVORY' SC'OY'7"S HOUSE OF QUALITY lt' it is the best, you will see it at the Liberty first The Liberty is one of the finest theaters in the State of Kansas Musical Comedy and Pictures PERRY R. RHINE, Manager llI.-IItIttltwIItlwllIIIlllltItIIttlltlllllilllIIlllilllllllliltlllllltltl I QIIALITY SERVICE EVERYTHING GOOD TO EATT . O. PENCER 651 N - 2 Stores With 2 Markets - THE THE XVllll0l10llSC Grocery and Market Main Street Grocery and Market 702 E, XVall. Phone 246-247 I 18 N. Main. Phones 353-354 SERVICE QUALITY ISALDNVIN PIANOS, ZI41NITH ISEIINING PIANOS, RADIOS g MONARCH AND F -'tg PLAYER-PIANOS. , , q GENUINE I I Masonic VICTRGLAS T Temple. HU5-,C H0055 Fort Scott, Kansas. 25 YEARS OF HONEST PIANO SELLING IN FORT SCOTT IItIltltfltiltllttIttltKlltllllllltllltllll tlllltllltltiltllItltlltIItllt'llllltlttllIlttlltlllllillllltlllllllllllllllIlllttlttlllllllllltllltlltllllttllllilltllllltll ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I'I"I'lIl I lll' l!lIl'Illll5IlllltIllIlI Il Illlllllllllllll lllltIl'l lll'IlllIlIl.Iltl Our 'l'oilet Goods Department "How Cleopatra would have loved it." lf the beauty loving spirit of Cleopatra ever wings its way to earth, it may well he touched with wistful regret that the gorgeous toiletries of today did not grace an earlier CHI. XVOIIICII of today, who visit our toilet goods department, are no less sensible to qnisite houdoir accessories shown. Graceful atolnizcrs and perfume lights, fragrant perfumes, dainty vanities. dehghtiul face powders and Cl'C2ll1lS. Your personality demands certain distinctive Toilet Aceessoriesgyou will find them here. SANDBERG DR G CO. I I I lItllllllllllllllltltllllllllllltllliltll'Iltl Illlnlltlll IllI'I'ItlI I.,IllIllllllllllllIlIlIllIllIliIllIlII I IlllllIllllilllllll-'llll Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllll ll IIII I I Illl I II I I llllllllll ?:::' "N Next to YOUR educational and natu- ral endowments, life insurance endow- ments will help inost toward definite- ness and success. But-You must pay the price for all good things. A The Central Life lnsurance Co. Fort Scott, Kansas K f Qlll lllll llllllll Illl l I ll I in lIlllltlllltllllIllllllIlllllllllllllllltll llllllllllll llltllll the charm as well as the utility of the ex- Style without Quality -ls worthless Quality without Style -ls Useless S'l'UlJl'lN'l'S UF STYLE LIKE 'l'Hl SMAli'l', IJICHONAIH liNSElsll3l,l Ulf' THE COLLEGE MAN'S APPEARANCE STYLE llE.fllIQUARTIfRS EVERETT BLAKELEY M. CUNNINGHANI ROBT. CARRUTHERS f c 1929 f . CLOTHING C0 FORT SCOTT, KANSAS Illl llltl tl ll illlllllllllillllt Illll I llllllll, llll Illl ,I FILIZOLA Qflice Equipment Company ll-l E. xvllll Sl. ll. Filizolzl, Prop liverything For The Up- 1 lo-Date Office From il pin lo ll liurglzu' proof safe Clie VGELI E Exclgrxvo Forlnont' 16-Women ana Miller- Fort 5'6ott, H ATS- COA'l'S-- lIlil'1SSlCS- Empress Theatre Showing The Very Best In Motion Pictures Our large li fl. cooling fzm will keep you eool ll. Filixolzl, Owner and lWilllilQCI' S. A. Lotterer 6: Sons Furni lure-V Stoves and Hugs- liusy Payments Phone 1076 11:1 Mu-in-1 III It Illl II I I Illtllllll Illlllllllltllllll I I I llll I I ll The Students' Store Headquarters For Grade-High School-and College Text Books The K. B. D. A. line of Tablets, Notebooks and School Supplies Sehaf fer, Parker and Conklin Fountain Pens And Everything Else in the Book Line ' STORE YO S BOQK .5 The Home of Quality and Service Open Evenings and Sunday 5 South Main Phone 660 lllltllttlltllllllllllllllll Ill ll llll llll llllmllllll Ill I llllll Illltlll I Ill I lilu llll llltlllll I Ill t llll llll I t. I llllilllll llrl-ll llll llwllllllll llll lltlttllll''lt1I'tlHI'tlHll'ItIl Ill I I I For Over Here are gifts for the 57 years Graduates- it has been our ambition to render a Superior Hardware Service to this eonnnunity We would appreciate the privilege of serving you from the most completg stock in S. E. Kansas. - THE PENNIMAN HARDWARE CO. - YVe all love to give the girl graduate a gift. And we all want to give her something that will not only de- light her, but that will be useful and practical-something that will not soon wear out. be out of style or forgotten. VVhen Qvou get ready to make your decision first look at the Cedar Chests. the Spinet Desks. the Vanity Dressers, the dozen and one things in the store here that will be "just the thing." Larimer Furniture Co. I Il llllllllllltlllltllltllllllldltllltltilttlillttlllllllilttllll IlI.tIt'IttIttltlIiI I I I Ill I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I lily I lllllllll I I IlIllIIlIlllllIllIllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllwllllltll,ill IlllllllllllllllllIlll''IllI'lIllIllI5lIllI1I'lIl1IllI.llllllIllIllll'lllIlllIlIlI I WIC Sign qfllusical Trestigc X ' 3 O PHONOGRAPHS - RECORDS ' RADIOLAS Brunswick Badiolas Brunswick I honographs 345.00 to 36300.00 Records 75c to 31.50 4 . -V -. ef5i'tSooliI'I11miIumf . OIIVCIIICII CPIIIS 'om SCOTKMNS' ' i1"200 "ml UIQ F19 i"00'00 Illllllll It I.llllIlllllIllI Illl IllIillllllllllllllnllllllllIllI'!lllIIl Build With Brick Pave With Brick The Westem I't't1'Qf2f1'Qjt1lgI,0me Shale Products Co. lllllllllllllllllI2lIIlIllll'IllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllll'IllI tIl'I'lll BARKER BROTHERS GARAGE Automobile Supplies and Accessories Dia1nond'l'ires 8 Tubes Phone -18 7 North Judson I ,l,Il2l1'l IllI'lllll1llllllllllIllIllIllI.lIllIIlIl,I lIl1I'I tlllltll EAST SIDE BAKERY RED SEAL BREAD T110 Bread of Real Qlltlll-f-V Phone 891 708 E. IVall Street ll.Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllll "'iiQiIal'iiiigl'iL'blQ FARM LOANS 81 FARM LANDS FIRE INSURANCE 8z KINDRED LINES 15 Main St. Phone 36 Fort Scott, Kansas lllllllll lIllI'tI tl I'wI It Illlllllfl Ill IIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIItllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllltllllllll National Coal Sz Feed Co. NYl1olesalc X Retail Coal, Flour, Feed X Salt Phone 417 305 N. National Avenue ll'llll'lIlIlllllllllllllltlllllll' Illllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllIlllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIllllIIIIIIlllIllIIIllllllllllllllIlIIIIIIIllIlllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllIllllllllllIlllllllllllllll IIII Illllll IlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll The Westem Automobile lnsurance Company Automobile Liability Insurance On Cars and Trucks. S l i'W k't2 5. 5 -Liz' N' , ri Assets Over S1,000,000.00 Losses Paid Since Organization Over S5,1.53,193.00 RAY B. DUBOC, Secretary. E. C. GORDON, V. P. 8a Treas. IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIlllI'lllllllliilllllllllllrllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ll.IliIl lllilillllllllllllllllllilllillillli'liiIl1l,lIl1l'llllilllltillllllldlll I 1 Y Bring Your Friends SCHOOL SUPPLIES with you and make them acquainted with our offices. Fiction Statiolmy Mldwest State Bank Office Supplies Dejwosits Guara1zfccd Fountain Pens ChllilI'9ll,S Books I MH ' ' ' ' ' H' ' Eversharps -I I I I I I I Il I I l Kodak Albums Memory Books Bm F01 ds UNION OIL Co. Kodaks N. E. Cor. lst and Nat'l F Gas 8 Oil CITY BooK sToRE Service """""" ll I ll I I ll I I Illlllllllllllllllllll Ill I llllllllllllllllllllllll llll Il I I I I RUNYON - MELTO Groceries, Meats, Flour and Feed 1601 E. VVall Street. Phone 669 I ll lllll Ill l :lull Il lllll ll Illllllllllllllllll Harry C. Ernich's Book s'roRE Service Store I Quality Store Agent for Johnson Candy All Lute lfoolxv and .llaga:1'1zc.v Complete Line School Supplies .Vane Better .Valle "C011rz'c0u.v fo alll" ix our motto IIllllllllHIlVIIIllllllllIllllllllIIIIIHIlllllllllllllfllll I I I Fresh Box Candy- Delicious assortmcnts in beautiful gift boxes-an appropriate gradu- ation gift. Kodak Films Take Kodak pictures during the summer vaeationeeall kodak sup- plies here at lowest prices. Beauty Parlor Promptf-efficient service charac- terizes our operators. Phone for your appointment today for school end parties. JOHN SYNNOTT DRUGGIST 13 S. Main. Phone 171 Il I llIllllllllllll'1lllIl1I'illl l'll'I'lI l'I' I"I I Ill I ' ' I'I I I I :I 1Il'IllllIIlllIIIlIlllIilIllI"l I Z.I,VIiIl1'lillfllllllllllllll I I IIlI'lIHIIlIlllllIlIIHI1IllllllllIlllelillllllllllllll Illlllll' CRIMSON CAFE Follow the crowds and you will find plenty to eat where you can get a seat at the- CRIMSON CAFE Central Garage Auto Supply Ice Cream Every Day Tipg S., E. PARRISH, Prop. 914 S. Main.. Phone 809 Pl'l0l1C IllIllIllIllllIIIlIllIllIllIllIllI IIIIIII Illl IlIlIIIIlllIllllllllllllllllllll I I I I"I 'Il I il I,.I'lI"liIllI I I I I I I I Illllll I r I Illllllllllllill' Illi I l"IliI' IllIilIllIllll.I'll"Il' ll V . . 1IllIilIlll!'Il'IllI'll1liil'lIllIillIllllllllllllllllilll .l'. T. HIGATTY, l'I'i?Sitl0llt. CIIAS. .IOP l N'lC6-l'l' fl I. GEO. VV. .ll'lFFlll'lY, SOCK'-'l'FP!lS. rnmnv risnicn, x'm--in-as, or. J.. o. lll'N'1'l'IR. mai. inrwm ,- .,.... E 5 -, The Midland Mutual Insurance Company A FORT SCOTT COMPANY Issuing THE BEST IN ACCIDENT AND HEALTH PROTECTION I I I I I llllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllilIl'IllIilIllIllIllI'lIllIllIllllllllIllllllIlllllIllIllIllIllIlllllIHllllllllllllllllllllxlllllilllllllllllllfllillllll I I I IIIIVIII I' :I IHIIIIVIIIVIUINI1II'VIPIVIIIIIITIVIINIJII1Clllllllllllllllllllfllllllll llilllllllllll'll"Ilil'llIIlI I llllIIHIHIIllllllllllllfllllVI'llllllVINIJIIVIHIHIIlII'IlVlllfllilllllllllllll 1 TOGS FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL BOYS Q AND FOR EVERYONE ALWAYS THE LATEST TH IINGS In CLOTHING AND SHOES LIEPMAN' BOYD BAKERY I ,IIIlfllllIlllEiIlillllllllllilllllllll'Illlilllllilil "Arcola Systemsn "Pittsburg XVater Heatersn Plumbing, Heating and f ' Phone 124 117 SO. Main 5 "Standard Plumbing" "Ideal Boilers" l'll1l!Illl"liil.ll ll,I,ll In nlliwllllw llll lIwiI!llHllwl'll',llll- ll I'1l lull DO YOU KNOXV? That we are the only distributers for the Molai Washing Machine and the Trojan Electric Cleaner in this district. See us about your wiring and fixtures. BROOKS 8z AULT ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. Fort Scott, Kansas Phone 4 Illllll lillllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIllllllllllllllllllllillllllll IIIII IHIHIHIIIIMIH lllllilllliilfl llil ll The Nifty Loaf Bakery Pies and Cakes a Specialty 806 E. XVall Phone 380 FORT SCOTT, KANSAS lllillllilllllHl'!IHI'1l"llIlllflllillllHIIYIVYINIIJIHIHIIllllllllllll Tanquary 8z Hartman Cash Grocery Phone 800 or 801 E Qua lity-Service ill 'I I I llhlllli I Iiil IHIH I ,i llIiil'lll Illll I'll' Blue Ribbon B r e a ci JONES 8z SON III! 7 I I ll ll lllIHI"llll'll'llHI lllll' " l U' I I III . 1 4. Q'-.W . ' - ,gy -' -."-1 v .I . 3..-V-if fr- V. II VV Izg '- I gf- ' H- V I . .. -' V ' W A 5' L ' VV V fl . 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