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

 - Class of 1926

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IDIBRYS Cfhc-3 Grimson 1926 Ozell Tras . Editoreinfchief L le Carneq . . Business Manager Engraved by the Osgood Company Chicago. Printed by the Eastern Kansag Herald Company Fort Scott. Covers lnad-2 by the David J. Molloy Company Chicago. Cfhe Crimson 1926 w N L I 5 QT, Ozell Tras . Editorf-in-Hchief L le Carneq . . Business Manager Engraved by the Osgood Company Chicago. Printed by the Eastern Kansag Herald Company Fort Scott. Covers made by the David J.,Mo11oy Company Chicago. To Crimson i Q 2 6 Published bg the Senior Class of the Fort Scott Kansas High School. T e Foreword Just as Ali Baba coniured from the cave ol Oriental fame treasures o untold wealth, so have we the Senior Class of 1926 derived from our Jllma mater endowments of equal value and in this volume we purpose to record their amassment . 15: " 1-4141. ,' ' sw ,fx '-, -Es1Y-rt.-..- 5.32 if-' . --1 nga, gy' -I ' -:.. -, ,ww , .. '- -.f- -1.5,-... 11--,' . . , .- f 'bl-1 Sfugft' 1 '.31T!?5f'qc-31' , 132'-fff-I2'Z" '1. 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Through time to come may you look down On youth as radiant as today, May the glowing seasons find that here The spirit of you knows no years Of saddening change-but constancy. llf we should come sometimes again, To on these brighter days look back, We hope you yet stand sturdily, Aiding youth on it-s upward track. The cycles bring the leaves to fall, And stranger children to your halls- ln them shall the virtues of you thrive, As in our grateful, older lives- May ever guard our final lot, Dear old High School of Fort Scott. -Ethel Linthicum I 1 W sf 'K M' s. Cl' o Crimson H SEE in the breeze proudly waving, Our flag in its crimson folds. Fort Scott! Comes the cry from every heart, Loyal hearts, that it ever holds. We stand by our Crimson forever Fort Scott! Fort Scott! our cry! O comrades ever ready Raise we 0u1' flag on high. The Crimson! The Crimson! The Crimson is our cry We stand by the Crimson one and all May it float on high! The Crimson! The Crimson! The Crimson is our cry We stand by the Crimson one May it float on high! and all Wlq MR V. M. LISTON, A. M., Supt. Board of Education M DR. E. B. CARNEY, PRES. DR. CLAURE BRANT MR. HARRY CRANE MR. FRANK HEVVITT MR. FRANK DAVIS MRS. L. L. LEFFLER yy-V--vm - I-f-A 1 . -1 -..vvp f-g---.--.---ff' --wx. x-.--..4-Aa....L-........-....,.......,.,.-.-. . H A .' N ktvvfl'-" . 'X J. VV. SHIDELER, A. M., Principal Frances King Katherine Pressler Ofiice Secretary Girls' Advisor English Q V i i aff 'If Q . , , .. . . i N. A. . .:L,,,. 4.A .,. .. 44411-1:A:vg:1': 2::gg.L,: ,, .. , ---- --f My--W - Y v 1 Q ! Bernice F. Baniberger, A.B.,A.M. Mathematics Suzanne F. Barr, A.B. Lib1'a1'ian Anna J. Brown, B. S., Art James Christian, B.S. C01ll1HGl'Cii11 Faith M. Crandall Coinniercial Charlsfs D. Erickson, A.B 5 xxq--11-X-5 J. VV. SHIDELER, A. M., Principal Frances King Katherine Pressler Office Secretary Girls' Advisor English wif., J 7 P r l V F 3 r ,, Bernice F. Bamberger, A.B.,A.M. Mathematics Suzanne F. Barr, A.B. Librarian Anna J. Brown, B. S., Art James Christian, B.S. Connnercial Faith M. Crandall Connnercial Charles D. Erickson, A.B Ethelyn F. lfilllllill, A.B N COIIQQI1 Fowler, A. B. English Douwst ic Art . Helen A. Hudson, B.S. Edna Gum, A.B. Domestic Science 1.111111 Q . Virgil GOVIIOII, A.15.,A.3l. J. A. llugxus English Manual Training IX Iary Edington Jenkinson, A.B.,A.1l Spanish Clifford R. Johnson, A.B.,A.M. History Kathleen Leffler, A. B. Mathematics f 'i,,f3,f.V-of . .4 f. s- ,-5,6 VY A - ly.. f ., , AA A151 is , . Josephine Lautz, A.B Physical Education YVa1'ren Litt,1'el1, A. B. Physical Education David Lawson, A.B. Glee Clubs Earl H. McC1'ay Gladys, Overiield, A.B. Orcllestra History If-fv...us M2l1'gH1'0t MCL9311, B-S Gabriella M. P1-mr, M.s English 1310103-y Alfred XV. Miller, B.S.,M.S. 1XI2U'g2Il'Et Ramsey, B.S Chemistry Mathematics . 1-"'l6Fn.YQ-K" ,... ,,,.......,,. ,,.,.,.,.-.,...,.. . -f ."f. -" 1'-.,.!f."'h, , " '7-fr, ,"f.L.1'2.- ..,..L....:::.,L-gS5...,- f - X J i X .. ,...v.-..........-...,Q,,,,....- - ,, . .ig E I 1' 3 W i. V. L I , 4 I XV. R. Reeves, B.S. 1 Agyicuuu,-0 Fred C. Stockebraiid, B.S. Physics 1 I 1 5. - ' 5 Inu Seaglw? Devore Warm, A.B. i Noriiial Trilllllllg French ,ig , ff if ' re q :I x , i 'I S W 1 ll V :K jiff Vi? 1 . .,1 gi. .ig 1 F i .-FX .4 K 3 , yi ,, , I iz I , ' E ? s 'Is h A ' Jessie Sliillington, A.M. Emma Wortman 11iSf01'Y Domestic Art -- , 1, z x., . 4, Hd. cg , ' ' ' -7Tf" lf"' .' "'T""ZC'T'7l, "" I K'IL ' 5 VARVEL, President GROSS, Vice President NEWBY, Secretary TRASK, Treasurer .f , fi.. . :X 3 ,Af .JY- . ,' " 1 JL: .ZFHQQE-,:? I .LW 1 Q.1.,,...-W--,.-. ,i........-M it Seniors M 'Br Vs' I,- E: g, F N E: .Ig- Y ' ,C if fir in f' 1 1' GI Fl Cf' A I In K I !, fly COMMITTEES gi L BUSINESS SOCIAL gi' LYLE CARNEY, Chairman ESTHER STRONG, Chairman DIXIE SHEFFIELD VIRGINIA GROSS MABLE THOMPSON OLLENE STOUT DOROTHY NVELCH MILDRED ROSE ALBERT PEASE EUGENE POST liiffi JOHN BLAGG JUEL CHAPMAN iw ANNUAL DAY CLASS DAY ELIZABETH NENVBY, Chairman XVALTER VARVEL, Chziirmali OZELL TRASK NVALTER VARVEL 3 -. 1? :Q 71 1 Hi D 4? Lv ,I Lb Fil S .r HELEN ROBERTS VERA KIRKPATRICK 7: 1. w ,I FACULTY MISS WATT, Class Sponsor IW MISS MCLEAN, Annual Sponsor Miss BROXVN, A1-I Sponsor - H Wm , s,wfDm3,f7i,L " "-'vu-lfw-,'.2+57if' - A Aff O I i Q iir H' w if A P 1 . , ,W Senior Class Historu lt was June of the year 5026. The sun was slowly drifting down behind the great bank of saffron-colored. clouds. Cool evening breezes springing up brought relief to the lit- tle band of archaeologists, who all day in the torrid heat reflected by the masses of shift- ing sand covering this little-known waste of country, the seat of the ancient American civilization, amid choking, burning dust, had toiled unceasingly at this little mound. Shortly before the arrival of night, the fol- lowing record, enclosed within a metal cylin- der, was found: It often happens in the history of a school that one class will be especially noteworthy. So it has been with this-the class of 1926. Whatever has been undertaken has been suc- cessful. In scholarship, in athletics, in foren- sic activitiesgin all of these the class has Miss Devore Watt, Sponsor excelled. As Freshmen we were separated in two groups, one at Junior High and one at Senior High. Both groups were noted for their pep, and their loyal, enthusiastic sup- port given to all school activities. The Junior High basket-ball team, mad-e up en- tirely of ninth grade boys, established a great record by winning for the first time in history the inter-class tournament in competition with the Senior High and Junior College class teams. Combining in our Sophomore year, we formed the largest class in school. Roy Randolph was elected president, and, under the capable leadership of Miss Pratt, the class party was especially enjoyable, and we excelled all in ticket selling ability. The debating clubs took many of their most capable members from our class, two of these making the school debate team. Four men in football and one in basketball won let- ters. The Ju-nior year was a brilliant one. Frank Reeds was president, and Mrs. Par- ham was sponsor during the first semester. Upon. her departure at the mid-term, Miss McLean took charge, and she was responsible for the successful management of the big events of the year. Every school activity looked to the Juniors for its main sup- port. Never before had so many Juniors woln so many places on the school teams. Five members of the -class represented the school in debate. The constitutional ora- tor was a Junior. Seven Juniors received football letters, five made their letters in basketball. VVilliam Phillips was football captain. Ralph Ober was basketball cap- tain. We were also well represented in track, and the basketball tournament was won for the second time by the class team. At the beginning of the year, Warren Wate1's was elected school cheer leader. The class play, Booth Tarkington's "Seventeen," set- ting a new standard in high school dramatics was very successful, being presented to capacity houses for two nights and then to a special matinee. The Ju-nior-Senior re- ception emphasizing the Oriental theme, was the most elaborate social affair ever given by a Fort Scott class. As Seniors we have maintained if not surpassed this remarkable record. The first class meeting of the year selected Walter Varvel as president, and to Virginia Gross, Elizabeth Newby, and Ozell Trask were given the respective offices of vice- president, secretary and treasurer. Once more the basketball tournament was won by our team although many players had won their letters and consequently were ineli- gible. Again the football and basketball teams were composed almost wholly of Seni- ors, eleven in football and six in basketball winning letters. Chapman was captain of football, Phillips led the basketball squad, while Warren Waters headed the track team. Three of the six debaters were Seniors as were also the school declaimer and the two orators. The glee clubs and- orchestra contained many Seniors. Miss DeVore Watt showed exceptional ability as class sponsor. At our Christ- mas party, we proved that we still believe in Santa Claus. Every class contest of the year was won by the Seniors, and we succeeded in electing our candidates King and Queen of the Annual. With the presentation of the class play, "The Goose Hangs High," and with the publication of the Crimson, in which our achievements are re- corded, our school career was brought to a fitting climax. -'YVALTER A. VARVEL, '26, B 1 Allison Balsley Barker Blubaugh HUGH ALLISON Diamond K. S. A. C., Manhattan Athena Club 1 H. S. Stock Judging 1 Latin Club 2 Agriculture Club 2-3-4 Commercial Club 3 Public Speaking Plays 3 Pep Club 3-4 GOLDA BALSLEY Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Coniinercial Course ALICE BARKER Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Basket Ball 2 Home Economics 2 Art Club 3-4 LOUIS V. BLUBAUGH St. Mary's School J. C., Fort Scott Minerva Club 1 Foruni 2-3-4 National Honor Society 4 Latin Club 4 Hi-Y 4 XVEBSTER W. BROWN Junior High Business IVorld Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Asst. Cheer Leader 1-2-3 Class Treasurer 2 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Trial by Jury 3 Art Club 3-4 MILDRED J. BAUCO 3-I Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Carnival Queen 1 Commercial 2-4 Class Diy Exercises 3 Coronation of Queen 23 Girls Athletic Club 3 Pep Club 4 Orchestra 4 Music Contest Pittsboro 4 MILDRED BROXYN Devon 'l'i-arching Class Day Exercises 1 Minerva Club 1 ADELBERT J. BURGE Jtlxior High J. C., Fort Scott Boy Scout, Band 1 2-3-4 Music Conttst, Pittsburg 1-2-3 Music Club 2 Orchestra 2-3 Forum 2-3-4 Pro and Con 3-4 Pro and Fon Plays 3-1 Art Club 3 Boys Club Oflicer 3 Crimsoi. Staff 4 Public Speaking Plays -1 Pep Club 4 National Honor Society 4 'own Brown Baucoin Burge l 1 ,sf zcX1 , Carney H.Carr K.Carr Chapman LYLE CARNEY Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Boy Scout Band 1-2-3-4 Class President 1 H. M. S. Pinafore, Bus. Mgr. 2 Orchestra 1-2 Forum 2-3 Class Vice-President 2 Latin Club 2-3 Music Contest, Pittsburg 2-3 "F" Club 2-3-4 "Seventeen" Bus. Mgr. 3 Basket Ball 2-3-4 Chairman of Properties 3-4 Football 2-3-4 Pro and Con Plays Bus. Mgr. 3-4 Crimson Staff 4 National Honor Society 4 "Goose Hangs High" Business 4 GLADYS CLARK Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Home Economics Club 2-3 Comme-rcial 4 MAGGIE COMSTOCK Redfield Teaching Normal Training Course JUEL CHAPMAN Junior High K. S. A. C., Manhattan Class Day Exercises 2 Football 2-3-4 "Seventeen" Stage 3 Football Captain 4 Art Club 2-3-4 "F" Club 2-3-4 WORTHMAN W. COOK Junior High K. S. A. C., Manhattan Art Club 2 Kiwanis Marker Contest 3 "Goose Hangs High" Staff 4 HARRIET CARR Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Class Day Exercises 1 Commercial Club 2 Home Economicg Club 2 Girls Club Advisory Board 2 Baskket Ball 2 Theme Contest 2 Spanish Club 3-4 Typewriting Contest 4 KATHERINE CARR Junior High K. S. T. C., Pittsburg Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Music Contest, Pittsburg 1-2-3-4 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Commercial Club 2 Basket Ball 2 Trial by Jury 3 Class Day Exercises 3 Spanish Club 3-4 Home Economics Club 3 "Seventeen" Asst. Bus. Mgr. 3 "Goose Hangs High" 4 CLARENCE CLARK Oak Dale K. S. T. C., Emporia Athena Club 1 Hi-Y Club 1-2-3-4 Art Club 4 Cook Clark Comstock Clark 1 Y , I Crane Conratl Davis Crays ' MAX CRANE A - ELDON DEVEREAUX Junior High Business World Prescott I J. C., Fort Scott Commercial Club 3-4. A-rt Club 3-4 f ' .Hi-Y Club 3-4 Track 3-4 HAZEL MARIE CONRAD X J untior High Secretarial: Work Class Day Exercises 1 Art Club 1-2-3-4 Typewriting Contest 3 Commercial Club 3-4 Glee Club 4 MARJORIE D. DAVIS Junior High J. C., Fort Scott French Club 3 Theme Contest 2-3 Trial by Jury 3 Spanish Club 3 Girls' Athletic Club 3 "Seventeen" 3 Crimson Staff 4 Secretary Honor Point Com. 4 Pro and Con Plays Prop. Mgr. 4 Pro and Con 3-4 National Honor Society 4 Portia 4 Girls Club Advisory Board 4 HALLIE FRANCIS CRAYS Harmony, Dist. 83 Teaching Art Club 3 ' Forum 2-3-4 "The Goose Hangs High" 4 ' LEAH F. DRAKE Junior High XVar4l-Belinoiit ll. M. S. Pinafort- 2 Class Day Exercises 2 Music Club 2-3 Latin Club 2 Glee Club 2-3-4 Music Contest, Pittsburg 1-2-il-4 Trial by Jury 3 Pep Club 3-4 Home Economics Club fl-4 Solo, Pittsbuig Contest, 4 Crinison Staff 4 "The Goose Hangs High" 4 HAZEL DRIVER Junior High K. S. T. C., Pittsburg Basket Ball 1-2 Commercial Club 2-3-4 Pep Club 4 A HAROLD T. DUNJKERTON Junior High University of Nebraska Club 1-2-3-4 I Football 1-2-3-4 Track l-2-fl-4 Scribbler Staff 4 evercaux Drake Driver Dunkcrtou , fri isiijx, :Ah . .Cr t 'jiZ'!'N i: I1-5 , i ' --A '-ouifggy-..Q. -l.1'5- 13' if 31 ft fi 'QSQJ ' K " " " " C. '-sZ-.,.,g1f.L1L'i "" ,fT'LLTl'T'j' W fax-. -..-...-.... ' -,w..r.:L ,ffmfx Nj '-4 yt, F.. E-fj'T'C?"' 155 Y : .- .J H x,gs.,,.A 1- 11 ,Jr if ' '- f i H .. 1, ,. I E: f . . ,, , .. diff'-I giszlif ' wa... v H24 55TH ii 'l ia! gi ,Lv-X lf! wfsw ,ff if at I fi .x:f.f'i,l- 355.133 f? wi 1.3 2. 'f3fl5.w if---'-Q-lg Mgmt if N lx " I K. J. I , . if ,a. L 'A l K, i ' If , , . 4 1 fa 1. 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C., Fort Scott Crimson Staff 4 V Class Day Program 1 Commercial Club 2-3 Por and Con 4 National Honor Society 4 Royal Stock Show 4 Portia 3-4 "Goose Hangs High" 4 p . DORIS LOUISE FREASE Junior High Secretarial W'ork Commercial Club 3-4 -4 - - Orchestra 1-4 Music Contest Pittsburg 4 CLAUDE A.FULTON Junior High J. C. Fort Scott Commercial Club 3-4 Art Club 2 Track 2 Basket Ball 4 GLADYS FERRIS Junior High Secretarial Work School Carnival 1 Home Economics Club 2 Art Club 2-3 Commercial Club 2-3-4 VIRGINIA FRYE Springfield, Mo. Secretarial Work Portia 2-3-4 Class Day Exercises 3 Commercial Club 3-4 Girls Club Advisory Board 4 Girls Club Secretary 4 DEXTER E. GLUNZ Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Boy Scout Band 1-2-3 Forum 2 Trial by Jury 3 "Seventeen" 3 Glee Club 3-4 Art Club 3-4 Pep Club 4 Ferris Frease iffv-' X.. ,ts,.,, . st- .-N if .L 5- K ,.. ,-43 yi,- Q '-..' Frye Glunz Gross Guinn Gosser Grubb 4 E .-.- 4 .EXQ 3 l' S' it . - fi'QfsiiAiiiLf.F'Li,fGROSs J ED GREEN Junior High L 'Northwestern U. Bolder, Colo. J. C., Fort Scott Music Contest Pittsburg 1 G14-io Club 4 Orchestra 1-2-3 Boy Scout Bandai-2 BLAINE L. GLENDENING Q HE M' S. Pmifore 2 Rocky Vale, Dist. 78 Teaching Class Day Exercises 2-3 Class President 1 Latin Club 2-3 Minerva Club 1 J -Hi-Y 2-3-4 Forum 2-3-4 Trial by Jury 3 Pro and Con Plays 4 .Pep Club 3-4 ' National Honor Society 4 Forum 3-4 - Pro and Con 4 Music Club 3-4 "The Goose Hangs High" Staff 4 Commercial Club 4 High School OI'2Lt81'14:Q -iii LOLITA Goss ' Pleasanton J. C., Fort Scott - GARNET GUINN Junior High J. C., Fort Scott P01'tia 3-4 ' Class Day Exercises 2 Spanish Club 3-4 Commercial Club 2-3-4 Orchestra 4 :Pep Club 4 G J Editor of Scribbler 4 Home Eooiio-mics Club 4 "Tho Goose Hangs High" sniff 4 VIOLA FRANCES GOSSER Junior High Secretarial Work JAMES GREEN ,Commercial Club 3,4 Boulder, Colo., Business World LLOYD GRUBB Commercial Club 3 Junior High Jx,XC.A, Fort Scott Glee Club 4 Glendening Green Goss Green .. ."!,' ' " KI- ff--sf 'KW .V GYM..-.,-'--....LY-ina?-i5,,,.l.. ,AL 'ij V . . -V.: ' 5-ff .,, f, - ,,,--'49 f , Xml .jr of. ., N- ,L ., . ,,,'--L . -. gf' J-:pf xi w N195 Xe '5'f,.',f':.e4-. -- 'fr f'T'1'Yf',l"-:1Tff.':.f.""""".wi,' ""f""'if:l::- vi-nr", Q - ,Q-2 A ' f Hoadley Harrell Gross, Hooper VERNON O, HOADLEY Junior High J. C., Fort. Scott Orchestra-, I-2 ' A Latin Club 2 - Class Day Exercises 2 - 4 ETHEL FERN HARRELL ' Oak Dale Teaching Athena Club 1 I Normal Training 4 VIRGINIA T. GROSS Junior High VVooster College French Club 2 "Seventeen" Pronipter 2 Pl'O and Con 3-4 Criins-on Staff 4 Pro and Con Plays 4 Pep Club 4 4 National Honor Society 4 Christmas Masque 4 p .RICHARD HARRY HCBBART .alttnjior f'Hi'g.hFQX. Q,Qx c Jy -Ce -Fort 4-Scott. ,. Q 9thi3XG1'ade'Playp1i5 4 ' ' J c BoYcScout Band ii12L3- Proanid Con Plays 3-4 'Hi-Y Club 2-3-4 Public Speaking Plays 3 Forum 2-3-4 "Seventeen" 3 Vice President Hi-Y 3 Cl'ill1S0ll Staff 4 National Honor Society 4 Latin 2-3 President I'Ii-Y 4 Orchestrxz 4 Debate 4 Emporia Conference 4 ANNA HEADRICK ' 'Helper J. C., Fort Scott 3 Glee Club fl Orchestra 2 - Trial by Jury 3 Qrchesu-a 4 Home Economics Club 3-4' Music Contest 'Pittsburg 4 WMU?-'ic cC0Ht9Sf Pittsbufg 3 J Class Vice-President 4 p J ' Scflbblef Staff 4 Girls Club Advisory Board 4 .I . - A MARIE HERRING Portia 4 ptpx p 1 t Junior "High I ' I P fkTeaohingi EARL HOOPER ' , 3 1 -Pumice Speaking-P12-YsfiifC Junior High - Business 1Wo11liljcj-QSC' jijifff im C1?bT4- --ii fg 4 P. . - ' .i.c 1 '--c 2 S '01'1?19v nltalnin . O . i2TEH'iI5121mu'5t3c-' -etitest 5 - S. 4 v - .g .JOE5 HUeF1i1NE5fffgf-E-F1pt12 f A 5 4 .4 JllDIO1'1HpighLx e I .JaJC'.,'3EoiftfScott .f A ' A Art Club 3-45'-A isir i 4 . . - I ti.. CFim5'011 Sf-flpff h . A , '-sp ttfc i 4535?-gjj'Q25,-i -p.. -t". Q YL I 'J I: ,: ' cf i,,',,Q3 c- 1 rifx "l ith, l , N.-, A , . 5 , ,muy if ff' iifwfi, U: fb 5i5gxQ.',5"', m fzfixf :- if N' -: ?i 1 ... 3 I Q I x' ,ffl ii I ij fb -Q Ali - 0,3 : 'C1 un . N E5 fr aj: m Sf! z: ,.., bfi v-on ig -- fjii 1: Yay fo ,gp iw. Y, ,X ,,.- .- 'xv xg my 5155? I .I o..,, Humphreys Hicks Hills lflunsicker 3 BENJAMIN F. HUMPHREYS ETHEL HUNSICKER Kansas City, Mo. Wkisiliington U. Junior High J. C., Fort Scott i Public gpmking plays 4 Music Contest Pittsburg 1 l Declauizilion 4 Pop Club 3-4 H- M- S- Pinaforf' Z F "The Goose Hangs High" 4 Glee Club 1-2 Latin Club 4 l ' HELEN HALE MARIAN IIICKS East Sl. Louis Biisinsisy Collvgv ' Junior High J. C., Fort Scott. F - .4 ,, oiiiiiivirznil ti-4 "Maid of the Golilrin Slippvi-" 1 lloniv Economics 4 Clam Sm:i'el,a1'y 1 Pep Club 4 ' H. M. S. Pinaforv 2 ,,, ,, l Class Day Exercisos 2 BPASME E' Ulxxb Basket Bull 2 'tSevviilw-ii," 3 Pro ziufl Con Plays 21-4 Pep Club il-4 l'nion Contvr Nurses' Training Minerva 1 Latin Club 2 "Sev6nLoen." 3 National Honor Society 3-4 HELEN ISBELL Girls Club Advisory Board 4 Monett, Mo. Stephens Colle-ge Public Speaking Plays 4 SC,-ibblel. Staff 4 l C1'iH1Sfm Staff 4 P on-is Athletic Club 4 "The Goose Hangs High" Staff 4 Home Economics 4 v DELORIS HILLS KENNETH JOHNSON Junior High Nurses, Trainingg Junior High Business World Home Economics 2 ' Sec'y Agricultural Club 2 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Music Club 2 Trial by Jury 3 Aft Club 2 Commercial Club 2-3 0f'CheSU"3' 3 Giee club 2-3 4 H Club 3-4 X Music Contest Pittsburg 2-21 AS1'1.C'1NUl'9 Club 2'3-4 l President. 4-H Club 4 l i l l l l l l l 1 l l Hale Hayes Isbell Johnston l If 4' Il fri", ' -, KGDIBY KH1111 Johnson Kipp Pleasant Valley Farming Agriculture Club 2-3 Art Club 3 4-H Club 4 HAZEL KALM Arcadia J. C., Fort Scott Dev Jun Latin Club 1 Home Economics 2 Athena Club 1 Class Day Exercises 2 FRANCES JOHNSON on J. C., Fort Scott Comniercial 2-3 Athena Club 1 Pro and Con 4 Portia 3-4 Pro and Con Plays 4 National Honor Society 4 Typewriting Contest 4 JOHN B. KIPP ior High J. C., Fort Scott 9th Grade Play 1 Orchestra 1-2-3-4 Boy Scout Band 1-2-3-4 Class 'Treasurer 2 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Class Day Exercises 3 Trial by Jury 3 Music Club 2 Forum 2 Inter-clasg Debate 3 Public Speaking Plays 3 "Seventeen" 3 Music Contest Pittsburg 2-3-4 "Goose Hangs High" Staff 4 Junior High if J. C., Fort Scott "Maid of the Golden Slipperv 1 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 C Class Day Exercises 1-2-3 Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Music Contest Pittsburg 2-3-4 Soloist, Pittsburg 3 Home Economics Club 3 Music Club 2-3 Commercial Club 4 "Goose Hangs High" 4 ANNA MARIE KENSLER Junior High Business College J tru Music Club 1 Class Day Exercises 2 Commercial Club 2-3 Home Economics Club 2-4 VERA KIRKPATRICK ior High A Jr C., Fort Scott 9th Grade Play 1 "Maid of the Golden Slipper" 1 Class Day ,Exercises 3 Home Economics Club 3 Class Secretary 3 Basket Ball 3 . Art Club' 3-4 i Pep Club 4 3 p by President ofMClomn1e1-cial Club 4 ETHEL LINTHICUM Oklahoma City . Teaching Crimson Staff 4 Art Club it ' 1 , lingsbury Kensler Kirkpatrick Linthicun Larson' Lefler Livingston Leffler VIRGIL LARSON Chicago, Ill. University of Chicago Scribbler Staff 4 Minerva Club 1 ROBERT LEFLER Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Basket Ball 3 Orchestra 1-2-3-4 Pro and Con 4 - Class Basket Ball Captain 2-3 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Foot Ball 4 Clasg Day Exercises 3 "F" Club 3-4 Art Club 3 Clasw Treasurer 3 "Seventeen" 3 ALICE MARGURATE MCKILLOP Junior High J. C., Fort Scott 9th Grade Play 1 Home Economics 1 Class Day Exercises 2 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Trial by Jury 3 Glee Club 2-3-4 Music Contest Pittsburg 4 KARL E. McCORD York J, C., Fort Scott Vice President of Class 1 Class Day., Exercises 2-3 Pep Club '3-4 "Seventeen" 3 Commercial Club 3-4 Asst. Cheer Leader 4 DEVON LAWRENCE Junior High K. S. T. C., Pittsburg Basketball 1-2-3-4 Art Club 2-3-4 Secretary of Agriculture Club 3 Secretary 4-H Club 4 H. S. Stock Judging 4 HF" Club 4 PARK C. LIVINGSTON Junior High Northwestern U. "I+"' Club 4 "Seventeen" 3 Football 3-4 Basket Ball 3 Track 3-4 Pro and Con 4 "Goose Hangs High" 4 LENORE MURFIN Junior High Kansas City, Mo. Music Contest Pittsburg 2 Glee Club 2 Home Economics Club 2-3 Coinniercial Club 4 ROGER LEE LEFFLER Junior High University of Kansas Boy Scout Band 1-2-3-4 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Sololist, Pittsburg 4 Spanish Club 2-3 Orchestra 2-3-4 Football 4 Trial by Jury 3 "F" Club 4 Lawrence McKil1op Murfin McCord zmplk.. 1. f f-"x ' 1 .Q- I. hw.,-1 F5 ', ,If 1-1' .1 ,f fl, , ,ll .11 M, ,L if 1454 .J 'I . :Ta - , Lt ffl, f twJ-5 fm lfvffvll fl4f"?i: Null! Lil. ig Lis -1- .Iii Y, Q -z - -X 33--,fag 15' ,fx f .I lifqv is-1 v-1 4, .gli :si H sg ' 'Nz it-will X... , 1'-V gn! ' -if Tftgg f 'f'- 'A-xl i. 'T ,ti fs, 1, J ll .sl M '.,,1f,1 . ,zu-4 "I nl, II as-1,--4 ,W 13. .iffy +4- 171 '?fJ,! fill-gl, gefgmg six 52 .- il iii Flin 1 tw . M, ,. . , - 22. 52 fii H, .Sl 2 fl? .ia il ff is , , 3. 'Ji Hull-3 , x 2 . . .' A I i ',53 Z1 1! lei ': Q- .2 V ,ll w 'ww l . , ,. a. fu Q .Gp f, ' 'I li .22 V! .ful .,l , I Newcomb Newberry New berry Newby' MILDRED .NEVVCOMB . Chicago xsem-emi-iai Vtfork Sect. of Coniniercinl Club 4 "Not to the Swift" 3 'Pypcwriting Contest 4 +Pep Club 3-4 Secretary of Pep Club 4 Horne Economics Club 41 x ELIZABETH D. NEVVBY 4 A Juni RALPH E, OBER or High J. C., Fort Scott Agriculture Club 2 "F" Club 2-3-4 ' Football 2-3-4 Basket Ball 3-4 Art Club I3 Basketball 3-4 Pep Club 3-4 Junior lligh XVaslibu'rn RUTH NEWVBERRY fiyuid of the Golden Slippel-H 1 C Junior High Post Graduate NVork Class Vice Presiclent 1 i Basket Ball 2 Class Day Exercires 2 Portia 2-3-4 Pro and Con Plays 3-4 National Honor Society 3 4 Public Speaking Plays 3 , Debate 4 Class Secretary 4 "Seventeen" 3 President Girls Club 4 Crimson Staff 4' W ' . Trial by Jury.3 . Qt on L L ft "The Goose Hangs-'Highuk 4 4 FRANCES ME-QDEXLL Junior High-, TJQ C., Fort Scott . M. S. Pinafore 2 - Y L Y 4 4 Jun Art Club 2-3 X C C C Glee Club 2-3 ' C C Music Contest- Pittsburg 2-3 Home Econoniitzs 4 C C .lun Jun F1431 ' ,trrr tl,. Glee Club 1-3-4 Latin Club 2 ESTHER A. NEXVBERRY ior High University of Chicago Orchestra 1-2-3-4 Latin Club 2-3-4 Music 3 Music Contest Pittsburg 3-4 Girls Athletic Club 4 ESTHER ODELL ior High J. C., Fort Scott Pro and Con 4 , Vice-President Girls Club 2 Home Economics Club 2-3-4 Class Vice President 3 , -DOROTHEA OTTO ' ior High Secretarial Work Home Economics , Club! 3 Commercial 3-4 Girls Club, Advisory Board 4 Typewriting Contest 4 Crimson Staff 4 Q Cbol' Ollel l O rlell Otto Parker Parker Payne Pease DONALD E. PARKER WILLIAM M. PHILLIPS Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Junior High J. C., Fort Scott 9th Grade Play 1 "F" Club 1-2-3-4 Boy Scout Band 1-2-3-4 Basket Ball 2-3-4 Orchestra 1-2-3-4 Basket Ball Captain 4 Track 2 Football 1-2-3-4 Agriculture Club 2 Football Captilill 3 Music Club 3 , Music Contest Pittsburg 4 HELEN M' PARIV? H ..SeveutCeu,, Stage 3 Iola, Kansas Secretaiial IVo1lt Football 3-4 Typewriting Contest 3-4 ' ' l Cl b 3-4 ELIZABETH H. iP1ARKE:R Colmnema u O Junior High Des Moines, Iowa ANNES C. PERRY "Maid of the Golden Slippern 1 Hiiltwille Teaching CIHSS DRY EXe1'0iSQS 1 Girls Club Advisory Born-ti 1 Commercial Club 2-3-4 Athena Club 1 MARY PAYNE Girls Club Circus 1 Girard, Kansas Travel Home Economics Club 4 Normal Training Course N01111211 Tffiiillng 4 ALBERT PEASE HAROLD VV. PHELPS XVest Liberty Teaching Junior High West Point Boy Scout Band 1-2-3 Orchestra 1-2-3-4 Minerva Club 1 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Hi-Y Club 2-3-4 Music Club 2-3 Forum 3-4 Music Contest Pittsburg 2-3-4 Latin Club 3-4 Trial by Jury 3 Track 3 Pep Club 3-4 Agriculture 4 Scribbler Staff 4 Phillips Parks Perry PIIOIDS Post Pressler Primrose Quick EUGENE F. POST CHARLES S. RAFTER Harding J. C., F0rt Scott Junior High Park College Athena Club 1 Art Club 3 Latin Club 2-3-4 Hgeventeenff 3 Commercial Club 2-3 Football 3 Hi-Y Club 3-4 Boys Club Olilc r 3 PGP Club 4 Forum 4 RUTH L. PRESSLER Junior High J. C., Fort Scott PEARL ROLAND Orchestl-it 1 Mt. llopo Teaching Class Day Exercises: 2 . French Club 2-3-4 Mlllfwva Club. 1 Commercial Club 4 N01'm31 Tmllllllii 4 DELORES PRIMROSE LILLIAN RUNYON Godfrey J. C., Fort Scott Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Minerva Club 1 4 I10lllG'EC01101lliC'i Club 2 Commercial Club 4 FLOYD QUICK Victory Dist. 110 J. C., Fort Scott JOHN REAGEN Athena Club 1 D15-t. 17 K. S. A. C. Manhattan Class Day Exercises 3 Public Speaking Plays 3 Athena Club 1 Agriculture Club 3 Agriculture Club 3-4 Spanish Club 3-4 H. S. Stock Judging 4 Rafter Roland Runyon Reageu Reagen Robertson Roberts Rees EUGENE D. REAGAN Dist. 17 K. S. A. C., Manhattan Minerva Club 1 Inter-Class Basket Ball 1 Commercial Club 1-2 Agriculture Club 1-2 LOIS IRENE ROBERTSON Junior High Business World H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Glee Club 2-3-4 Trial by Jury 3 Music Club 3 Home Economics Club 3-4 Pep Club 4 Public Speaking Plays 4 HELEN ROBERTS Junior High Secretarial Work Commercial Club 2-3-4- Secretary Commercial Club 3 "Seventeen" 3 Scribbler Staff 4 Crimson Staff 4 Typewriting Contest 4 "Goose Hangs High" 4 FRANK REEDS Junior High J C., Fort Scott Debate 2-3 Class President 3 Public Speaking Plays 3 Glee Club 4 Scribbler Staff 4 Boys Club Vice-President 4 "Goose Hangs High" 4 OCIE F. ROOK Junior High Secretarial Work Music Contest Pittsburg 1 Glee Club 1 Home Economics Club 2 Commercial Club 3-4 Public Speaking Plays 4 MARY LUDA ROY J. H. Pittsburg, J. C., Ft. Scott Class Day Exercises 1-2 Musi-c Club 3 Cheer Leader 3 "Seventeeni' Staff 3 Home Economics Club 3 Orchestra 3-4 Music Contest Pittsburg 3-4 Crimson Staff 4 "Goose Hangs, High" Staff 4 WILLIAM H. REES Elsmore, Kansas K.S.T.C., Pittsburg Hi-Y Club 2 Public Speaking Plays 3 Art Club 3 JOSEPH R. RICHARDS St. Mary's Military School, New Mex. Glee Club 4 Pep Club 3-4 Art Club 2 Classy Secretary 2 Hi-Y Club 2-3-4 Forum 2-3-4 Asst. Cheer Leader 3 "Seventeen" Electrician 3 ichards Rook Roy Reeds Rose Runkle Rose Runkle GEORGE ROSE I ROY C. SPAUR Margrave J. C., Fort Scott Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Commercial Club 1-2 Football 3-4 Agriculture Club 2 Art Club 2-3-4 Glee Club 4 Music Contest Pittsburg 4 DOROTHY I. RUNKLE H CEYVILLE A. RTTNKLE h - . - . .,,. 'iattvi e Teac in Redfield K. S. 'l. C., Pittsbuib Athena Club 1 g Latin Club 3-4 F01'l1m 2-3-4 Home Eco.. ,mics Club 3-4 National H01101' Society fl Pres. of Home Economics Club 4 PTO and C011 4 Pro and Con. Plays 4 C, MARIE SANDERSON MILDRED ROOE lliattville Teaching Diamond J. C.. Fort Scott Athena C1ub 1 Minerva Club 1 Class Day Exerniases l Girls Club Circus 1 May Fete 1 Home Economics Club 3 Glee Club 4 MARIE SCOTT Girls Club Circus Home Economics Club 3 Normal Training 4 JOHN G. LARDNER Junior High J. C.g Fort Scott Orchestra 1 Boy Scout Band 1-2-3 Forum 2-3-4 Hi-Y Club 2-3 Cart J. C., Fmt swat Public Speaking Plays 3 Athena Club 1 Girls Club Circus 1 May Fete 1 Latin Club 2-3-4 French Club 4 Public Speaking Plays 4 Class Day Exercises 2-3 Debate 3 Commercial Club 3 Pep Club 3-4 Scribbler Staff 4 National Oratorical Contest 4 "'Goose Hangs High" 4 Spaur Sc ott Sanderson Lardner Steitz Seaver Stanley Smith RAYMOND STEITZ lola, Kansas University of Kansas Hi-Y Club 2 Commercial Club 3 Asst. Stage Mgr. "Seventeen" 3 Art Club 3 Pep Club 4 Scribbler Staff 4 EVELYN MAE SEAVER Lath Branch Secretarial VVorIc Minerva Club 1 Commercial Club 2-3-4 Treasurer of C0llllll8l'ClG.l1 tilub 4 WILLIAM B. STANLEY York J. C., Fort Scott Basket Ball 3-4 Football 3-4 Track 3-4 "F" Club 4 Hi-Y Club 4 OUITA SMITH Arcadia J. C., Fort Seott Class Treasurer 1 Glee Club 1 Class Day Exercises 1 Latin Club 2 Home Economics Club 3 Girls Athletic Club 3 DONALD E. STEWART Fairmount J. C., Fort Scctt Athena Club 1 Forum 2 Hi-Y Club 2-3-4 Music Club 4 Glee Club 4 RUTH SQUIER Junior High Secretarial NVork Art Club 2-3 Spanish Club 3 Portia 4 Pro and Con 4 Pro and Con Plays 4 OLLENE STOLTT Junior High University oi' Missouri 9th Grade Play 1 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Trial by Jury 3 'tSeventeen" 3 Class Day Exercises 3 Music Contest, Pittsbuig 1-2-13-4 Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Music Club 2-3-4 Home Economics Club 3-4 Pep Club 3-4 FRED STRADER Junior High Kansas City University Basket Ball 1 Agriculture Club 2 "Seventeen" Property 3 Art Club 4 Stewart Squier Stout Strader Trask Strong Tewell Tweedy OZELL M, TRASK W. LORRAINE TWEEDY Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Junior High J. C., Fort S-:oat - 0 9th Grade Play 1 Spamsh Club 0 French Club 2-3 Latin Club 3-4 ' President of Latin Club 4 Public Speaking Plays 3 Class Day Exercises 3 Debate 2-3-4 Forum 2-3-4 Pro and Con Plays 3-4 Pro and Con 3-4 "Seventeen" Business Staff 3 FLORENCE TIBBETS Junior High J. C., Fort Scott Class Day Exercises 2 Public Speaking Plays 4 pep Club 3-4 Home Economics Club 2-4 National Honor Society 3-4 Coniisligig QFISISWIIQON H'-Y Cl b 3-4 1 Cfimsonustaff 4 Hiattville J. C., Fort Scott "Goose Hangs High" 4 May Feta 1 I 1 Girls Club Circus 1 I E311-IER STRONG Latin Club 2 Junior High J. C., Fort Scott oseventeenf- 3 Class Day Exercises 2 Public Speaking Plays 3 y Fyench Club 2-3-4 Scribbler Staff 4 pep Club 4 "Goose Hangs High" Proinpler 4 National Honor Society 4 B1 MTHELMA TIEUISMQN t S W pro and Con 4 ue oun . ., or co.. Girls Club Advisory Board 4 51110151 ipefking Plays 4 ep u , WVILMA TEWELL Home Economics Club 4 West Liberty J. C., Fort Scott .Goose Hangs Highs, Staff 4 Minerva Club 1 LOVETA TIPTON May Fete 1 Arina, Kansas Business College Girls Club Circus 1 Athena Club 1 C1355 Day Exercises 1 Music Contest Pittsburg 3 Portia 2-3-4 Glie Club 1-3-4 Public Speaking Plays 3 Girl Reserves 3 Tibbets Thompson Thurman Tipton Varvel Van Laniingham Welch Vale WALTER A, VARVEL Guinn, Dist. 36 J. C., Fort Scott Latin Club 3 H. S. Stock Judging 1-2 Forum 2-3-4 Vice-President 4 Pro and Con Plays 3-4 National Honor Society 3-4 Trial by Jury 3 Debate 3-4 Glee Club 4 Crininoii Staff 4 Hulda of Holland 4 Constitutional Oration 3 GLADYS VAN LANINGHAM Junior High Nurses' Training Ninth Grade Play 1 H. M. S. Pinafore 2 Music Club 2-3 Glee Club 2-3-4 Coniinercial Club 4 Trial by Jury 3 t'Seventeen" 3 DAPHYNE M. WHITE Junior lligh J. C., Fort Scott Glee Club 1-2 Music Club 2 Art Club 2-3 COH1I116l'Cli1l Club 2-3 VVARREN G. NVATERS Junior High University of Kansas "F" Club 3-4 Basket Ball 2-3-4 Track 2-3-4 Captain 4 Orchestra 2-3 "Trial by Jury" 3 Cheer Leadir 3 "Seventcen"3 Boy Scout Band 2-3 President of Boys Club 4 "Goose Hangs High" 4 THELMA WOLFE Catt 'Teaching Minerva Club 1 President of Minerva Club 1 Girlg Club Circus 1 Home Econoniics Club 3 Normal 'Training 4 DOROTHY L. WELCH Junior High J. C., Fort Scott "Maid of the Golden Slipper" 1 Girls Basket Ball 2 French Club 2-3 Commercial Club 4 KENNETH L. VALE Junior High K. S. A. C., Manhattan Orchestra 1-2-3 EARL HENRY VVEDDLE T1-ack 4 Junior High J, C., Fort Scott "Seventeen" 3 Cl'lIHSOl1 Staff 4 Spamigh Club 4 Track 4 "Goose Hangs High" Staff 4 Wilferfl Wofle White Woddle Whiteside Wilson Wray West RALPH BOLLINGER WHITESIDE Junior High J. C., Fort Scott General Course PAULINE KATHERINE WILSON Junior High Nurses' Training Class Day Exercises 1 Art Club 2-3-4 Crimson Staff 4 FLORENCE WRAY Dist. 74 K. S. T. C., Pittsburg Athena Club 1 Home Economics Club 2 Art Club 3 Glee Club 4 Music Contest, Pittsburg 4 GE RALDINE A. WEST EDWARD BOBO Tallapoosa, Ga. University of Calif. College Entrance Course ALINE K. WILKINSON Junior High Teaching Home Economics Club 2 Art Club 3-4 Normal Training 4 DIXIE MARIE SHEFFIELD Sheffield K. S. T. C., Pittsburg Girls Club Circus 1 Athena Club 1 May Fete 1 Home Economics Club 3-4 Commercial Club 4 St. Mary's J. C., Fort Scott P811 Club 4 Minerva Club 1 Home Economics Club 2 Commercial Club 3-4 LEO, K, SHEFFIELD Pep! Club 3-4 Sh ff- K - . . Hperplexing Situationu 3 e 1eld . S. T. C., Pittsbuig Girls Club Advisory Board 1 Track 3-4 Bobo l Wl1kl1lS0l1 Sheffield Sheffield Blagg Young S . JOHN F. BLAGG- GLADYS PARKS Maple Grove J. C., Fort Scott Plaza K. S. T. C., Pittsburg Minerva Club 1 Public Speaking Plays 3 Class T1'eaS5l11'eT 1 ' "The Painted Vases" 2 H- M- S- Pmafore 2 Ad Summa Sextette 2-3-4 Pittsburg Contest 2-3 Trial by Jury 3 Glee Club 2-3-4 EVA L. YOUNG LILLIAN MAE SCOTT Junior High University Of Okla. Garnett, Ka-ns., K. S. T. C., Pittsburg Q Ad Summa 3-4 Ninth Grade Play 1 M. S. Pinafore 2 Music Club 2 Glee Club 2 Home Economics Club 4 N YO N -- HAZEL OLIVE RALLS VIVIE U C Pl K. S. T. C., P'tt b 'Cf Uniontown Secretarial Work Ma 1 S mb Ad Summa 1-2-3-4 Commercial Course Glee Club 3-4 !Pa1'ks Scott Young Carney Hicks Varvel Newby Hubbart Davis Johnson Glenden ning Gross ltunkle Burge Fisher Trask Goss Blubaugh Strong National Honor Societq The year of 1776 marks tl1e date of the year for the beginning of holnor societies in the world. Due to the fact that one common badge for the entire country is more valuable than many local badges, the present National Honor Society for secondary schools was founded. . To belong to this organization is the highest goal which a member of High School can make. A member must be in the upper one fourth of his -class and must possess the four fundamental virtues of the society, namely, Scholarship, Leader- ship, Character, and Service. The members are chosen upon recommendation of the faculty, the membership being limited to fifteen per 'cent of the pupils in the graduating class, five percent of whom may be chosen in the second semester or the junior year and the remaining, chosen during the senior year. The highest honor one can attain is to be chosen in the junior year. The members of the Class '26 initiated November 4, 1925: Louis Blubaugh, Adelbert Burge, Lyle Carney, Blaine Glendenning, Harry Htubbart, Orville Rulnkle, Marjorie Davis, Leonice Fisher, Virginia Gros-s,Frances Johnson and Esther Strong. Member of the Class of '26 initiated May 5, 1926: Lolita Goss. The members of the Class of '27 initiated May 5, 1926: Russell Carney, Lee Burge, F1'ances Varvel, XVilliam Worden, Mary Louise XValls and Clifton Otto. CALENDAR November flthflvlembers itixitiated in high school assembly. November 18th--Luncheon. Business meeting. December 8-Iola chapter entertained by local Honor Society Chapter. May 5th4Members initiated in assembly. May 11thfLuncheon. Business meeting, The active members of the year 1925-26 of the class of '26 initiated May 14, 1925: Elizabeth Newby, Marian Hicks, Ozell Trask, Dean Newhouse, and 'Walter Varvel. I OFFICERS FACULTY COUNCIL PI'0S1f191lt, YVHH61' Varvel Misa Bamberger, chairman Vice President, Elizabeth Newby BIiS!iGO1'tiO11 Secretary, Marion Hicks M1553 IVIQLQQ111 Treasurer, M1'. Shideler Miss Seagrave Cfhe Senior Class In-esenis "1 xxf W W Sfyx kin X' X fs jx nf5'i,,,Lf f ., 'fd' - Ai, F' jgiiiogseqg.. -...-..., e ING and UEEH .-- of .-- Crimson Land I 7,7, 7 lJ 11 , .ffz vis' " Junior Class Carney, President Hewitt, Vice. Pres. XVil1iams, Secretary Bulge Tieasuiei Committees WILLIAM GENCH, General Decoration Chairman FACULTY DECORATIONS Mary Louise VValls, Chairman Mary Crockett Kathleen Stanton James Goins Nelson Brown Iames Martin Bess Bruce Miss Fowler, Class Sponsor Miss Brown, Decorations Miss Hudson, Refreshment-5 REFRESHMENTS Gladys Mason, Chairman Alta Cowen Lillian Hurst VVanda Linville Juanita Godman ENTERTAIN MENT Donald Pinkston, Chairnian William NVorden Marguerite Jones A......- .W mia-- M- MX ,ef-. W, H, , , 4, 2-j':,.f 3 1. Q. - ,i . .g A , t..,E.,,5 to .afar , 7 J 7 4, -,'. 42' ai. Y-X IT, f.L'iTj......"" g,..' '1fI..'.fg3" 'L 'W ' I. E Junior Historu 011 a certain day in September, 1915, the keeper of The Book of Days recorded on a blank page therein the birth of a strange thing, born under a guiding star. A thiing, a class, without handicap, with the world ahead and a prophetic star above. Routine is not Written in The Book of Days, and so for a space no more was heard of this prodigy, this conglomerate mass of hopeful humanity. Old Central, Convention Hall, and New Central passed without notice. Then came the first of the triumphs. A County Fair was held, and behold, the de- spised seventh tthis same Class of '27j won for themselves a Maid. of Honor to the Queen! After that came the honor of publishing the "Junior High Spirit." The next was written, "Aunt Billy from Texas," the best Junior High play in, the history of the schoolfand the largest audience. Last in the division of the minor triumphs, was the Freshman reception, the work of another of that conglomerate mass, Class of '27. In 1924 this entry on The Book of Days for the first time was undivided. To celebrate, it proceeded to defeat the Juiniors in the Crimson Contest, furnish a round dozen of members to the two debating societies, present one of the best Sophomore programs in years, cover itself with scholastic honors, and win the title of the Upeppiest class since the Sophs crowned the queenf' Incidentally, the Sophs monopolized the important positions in the orchestra, placed one man on the football team, and several on the squad. Mary Louise Walls presented the class with a highly pleasing victory in declamation and came nearer to a championship in forensic activities than Ft. Scott had come in several years. Then they closed the year by materially assisting the Juniors in their presentation of the Junior-Senior reception. A class party early in the second semester was, as usual, highly successful, amusing, and a trifle childish. The Junior year was ushered in with a bang, and it kept on banging fo1' the entire term. The class election created a vast amount of uproar. William Gench p1'esident in the Sophomore year, was succeeded by Russell Carney, Mr. Carney thus served his third term at the helm of the Class of '27, having been president twice before. Soon after the election, the "Philistines" a political society which caused considerable commotion in underclass politics, was properly dealt with, and there- fore ceased to function. Brown, Martin, and- Ford added to the general gaiety by winning' football letters, thus covering the Junior with glory. Jones and Martin repeated the process with regard to basket ball. Another in the triumphant progress was added when three of the six school debaters came from the Junior Class. Mary Louise W'alls, Donald Pinkston, and VVilliam Wo1'de11 Won the forensic letters. Four members of the six reserves were also Juniors. Perhaps the most important activity of the year was the Junior play, "Daddy Long Legs."This production, starring Leta Faye Smith and Donald Pinkston, was one of the best amateur plays ever given in this school. Incidentally, the finances were highly satisfactory. A little later, though weakened by frequent ticket sales, the Class of '27 gave the Seniors a close fight for the liiing and Queen of the Annual. And lastly, most glorious! magic! the receptionfthe tribute to the altar of friendship. Fairyland- -came back with all its appeal to the imagination. Fitting as a final effort of a marvelous year, the storied halls once more echoed to a Junior-Senior frolic, the first therein in many a day. Thus passed the Juniors. The keeper of The Book of Days has covered eleven pages with a fine Written hand.d There remains one more, a pure white sheet, ere the Class of '27 shall make an en . Colleen Fowler, Sponsor William NVorden, '27. 1 s X Q ?E N -+ , N, H 4 ., " "- 1""'F.1'7i1 , i ,CCM .f,, 1 ffm, , ff , av., Vx,"'!5l'5f X." x L,4,.g,,,.?" L.L,.fniTl..t ,Lgg::,.i Sophomore Class Jackson, President Johnston, Vice Pres. Kingsbury, Sect. Weeke Tieasuier Committees REFRESHMENTS ENTERTAINMENT Loma Clary, Chairman Esther Bell Pauline Kirk Lucille Johnson Leora Heitz Donald Briggs Gene Bayless Donald Koontz Edward Shaffer Billy Clarke Etha 'Pavey DECORATION Joe Winters, Chairman Virginia Lou Sample Marjorie Carson Edmund Kingsbury Virginia Cooper Frances Benedict Harold Little Paul Tewell Neva Brown FACULTY Miss Leffler Miss Ramsey Mr. Erickson A Paul Parton, Alice Doubleday, Chairman Verne Johlnston Robert Lockwood FINANCE Chairman Sophomore Historq There was once, long ago, a very ordinary commonplace class. It never bothered any- nneg never let anyone bother it: it just plod- flid along 'ti its patient, unassuming manner. And then one day something' happened. tlomething that had never happened before, lpnd that so astounded the other classes that they all suddenly sat up and took notice. Who was this eighth grade class that made their queen, the queen of the school? This was a class worth noticing! So the next Vearfpossibly out of curiosity--these other Kathleen Leffler, Sponsor classes turned out in droves to see their much talked of play, "The Butler," and went home amazed! This was a class worth noticing! This class was called, as you may have guess-ed, the little "Junior lligh Spirits." In the meantime, another class was starting their career in almost the same manner. They too, had been a slow commonplace class, still were, in fact. But they were shrewd Freshies, very shrewd. "-This," they said, "is a clever class. And so-er-are we. lVe must get together." So they metfaind mingled-and the next year they all earned the distinction of being known as the Sophisticated Sophomores. From the beginning of this year, the Sophs have been generous in their support of school activities. During the football season, there was not a boy who was not willing to endure pouring rain that lie might yell for the home team 3. and during that season t.here was not a girl who wouldn't come to every game and wave laer hanky to her hero on the field. The heroes then were: Blonn Miller, .loe Win:,er4, and Edmund- Kitngsbury. In the basketball season, more Sophs than ever turned out, for this time a new member was added to athleticsi Eugene Jackson, Prof.-ident of the Swphoinores. But it was not only in athletics that the Sophs helped out so oilhusiastieally. In clubs and in Glee Clubs, in orchestra and in debate and declamation contests, and especially in the halls, were they active. Everywhere they were, svvarniing, overwhelming, and yet cheerfully welcomed. But perhaps the first notable event in the Sophomore Class history was an original Valentinne party given in the school libiary with refreslnnents, most delicious, entertainment, ne plus ultrag and attendance, 99 44-100 per cent. lt was at this time that a most remarkable drama was pres'-ented in which Billy Clarke and Virginia Sample, the lovers, were finally united after many mishapsg and Alice Doubleday tragically shot herself after a little trouble in making the revolver go off. The next notable event that occured was a very sad one. The Sophoniores were beaten by the Freshmen in a ticket-selling contes'-t. This was indeed most inortifyingl So these energetic little Sophomores feverishly got to work in the next contest, which happened to be the Crimson Drive, and sootti were reinstalled in their rightful place-- close behind the Juniors and far ahead of the Freshmen. And So ends the short, but interesting, history of the Class of '28, those clever, Sophisticated Sophomores who are proud to say they began aind grew as the greatest of Americans have begun and grown, from a very obscure class, and meek, to one of eminence and might. Alice Doubleday, '28. Sophomores lg 1 'K ' ' J n A A L' L. l '. E g l ' ,.,: i , il '- , , 'Q if A 5 ' ,,,V,, 1 5,3 , , ,E 1 A , Q Q , , , in , an -Y F km! L L 25 xiii.. I V l , 1. i-.,x.1, .Q .i ' z V, 2 A 3 - i lli' li. ' ., l ' . , U, .En I ' fl .x Q, 1 I . 2-'iff' 41, 1. , 5 ei W lui ? Q' xi A Fm 4321 lk , 1, : 'I ,fx 4, 9 ' ' N ' N ' .fr ' ' ' ,M ,z . Q . , 5' . . z ,4 rv .. Q . ,- G3 -V V z 5 t Y Q HQ . 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Millf-V, Mya-rs, Northcutt, Newberiy Noithrutt P11 rlrui, llill'lSfJL'. l'zxy1u-, l':ix'n-y, Payne, Post, I'et01'man, Pczxse, Pierce, Putman, Qun Quick, Russell, Rliodus, lic-amen, Runlcle, Riley, Rogers, Roy, Roland, Sanderson Robinson Swan-iz, Sample, Slmcklcford, Shillcut, Shaffer, Snyder, Stafford, Ten-ell. Taylox Vestal Winters XV11-n, Wolfe, Williams, Wlxitcsidc, Ycakel, Pcntzev. Beatty, Maxwell. Beatty. Clnytun. Locke LLL or L 1? m ' my-Q"'..L. ,.,:::t::::s::r '-" f' 5, a ' 4" fir? FreShm4t5 c1..4Qg Morrison, President Rhoda, Vice. Pres. Larson, Treasurer Strong, Secretary Committees SOCIAL FINANCE Raymond Schaffer, Chairman Virginia Larson, Chairman Helen Weeks . Ruth Neimier Cleo Belle Howertoni G1 St Florence Turley lace Fong Rachel Davis Robert Morrison Anna Ramsey Virginia Lee Parker PROGRAM FACULTY Winston Shideler, Chairman Miss Hamlin, Sponsor Maude Newcomb Miss, Lantz Louise Sanderson Miss Crandall Irvin Lesher, if W-,-".'ti:5:,ZTLt1-4"i ' " "" ' 'qggggfv 4.13.11 , rg, ,, -Af A - QQ X W AtS 3::lL:lA:'Q l.,,v :Q -'fMu-"-- 'grit L7.ll'SOll, Callow, Newcomb, Voiglit, Heaclrick, Voighl, Ferguson, Ater, XVeeks Crays, Roberts, Chambers Shirleler, Embry 3lcGr:iw Davis, Newcomb, l-larvey, Turley, Keysley, Dodge, Marble Hughes lleslier, Goodiing, Queen, Newcomb, Lakin, Rails, Ready, Neil, Drake, Quick, Mason, Shaffer Waters, llyle, Sheets, Steele. Buck, Camp, Gardner, Bowler, lflnse, Ballow 11CCl'lll1l, Rhoda, Strong, Gooding, Bailey, Comstock, Ramsey, Braden, Niemier, Davis, Morrison Reinecke, Davis, Comstock, Neth, Cutt, Sanderson, Ilowerton, Chesney, Bell, llencey, Gooding, Waltniire Freshman Historq On September 8, about seventy lonesome and lost Freshmen appeared at the doors of this institution of learning. It was the first time any of them had been to such a large school for they came from the rural schools throughout the country. For many it was their first time away from home. The Big Sisters helped relieve the aching feeling in the hearts of the Freshmen girls when they gave a party one afternoon after school. When the routine work of the school was Well Etu H 1. S under way, the Freshmen turned their atten- 1 YH am ln' ponsor tion toward class organization, but this could not be done until the members of the class were acquainted with each other The, Athena and Minerva Clubs were organized. Each club met every two weeks and in the meetings the members were given, ample opportunity to become acquainted. When the Freshmen saw other classes and clubs getting ieady to celebrate Halloween, they wanted to have a mask party. After the party, which proved to be a great success, the class was ready to be organized, so a meeting was held and the oill-cers were elected. The next event of importance iin the lives of the Freshmen was the Kansas Day program. It is customary in the Fort Scott High School for the Freshmen to give the Kansas Day program, so on January 29, the class presented living pictures taken from the history of our state. A tableau was given to represent each letter the word, Kansas. As Helen Weeks read the history of Kansas, the following tab- leauX were shown: A K The treaty between General Pike and the Kansas Indians. This was represent- ed by Paul Roberts, Lynne Steele, Frank Ballow, William Voight, Wendell Davis, Virgil, Grays, and Clarence Ater. A Kansas admitted to the Union. This tableau represented the celebration at Lawrence, Kansas, when Kansas was admitted to the Union. The sol- diers and citizens were: Raymond Shaffer, Irvin Lesher, Earl Hyle, Paul Roberts. N. Natural resources. In a short sketch, Ruth Camp, Mary Newcomb, Naoina McGrew, and Morris Reinecke displayed the natural resources. The Kansas Sunflower. Goldie Gooding, Maude Newcomb, Anna Ramsey, and Virginia Larson. appeared ivn Sunflower costumes while Eunice Ready sa-ng "The Kansas Sunflower." A. Agriculture. A group of boys displayed the products of the state. Those who took part were: Charles Headrick, Clarence Ater, Virgil Crays, Robert Morrison. S. The Seal. In this tableau Kansas gave the state seal to Miss America in the presence of the United States Army. Miss America, Kansas, and the Army were represented by Grace Strong, Wiarren Waltmire, and Glendon Huse. Helen Weeks saing, "Kansas" A second social event was the Mardi Gras party held Tuesday, February 17. S, This was the last party held until the Freshmen entertained the Ninth Grade from Junior High, May 13. Although the Freshmen did not take a very active part in the outside activities, they were very generous lin their support. In the sale of tickets for the Declama- tion Contest, the Freshmen sold more than the Sophomores. The Freshmen. displayed a great deal of enthusiasm in the Crimson contest, and were ever loyal to their King and Queen, Buford Bowlus aind Mary Newcomb. Many of the Freshmen girls belonged to the Girls Athletic Association, while the boys had a class basketball team, and several of the boys went out for track and spring football. l+ G8 31 -our ,wo 5 La? Vfwxia, JJ., ' I ...fjiaev saga ' . of 7, ' 7- rv O y I . D! J A A Us , V N as fwfh PN i.ii V, f fn. If - fr MII'-V , ,H ..+, , , if' W, V, 77,1 6 X ,I ff f f 5 --2--i-..-l1........ Ai lei ics Chapman, Carney, Wlaters, Goins, Littrell Ford., Phillips, Smith, Martin, Brown Stanley, Livingston, Leffler, Leflt-r, Uber "F" Club The "F" Club, organized in 1923 by Coach Needham, holds its place among the organized clubs of the school. The club's membership is limited to the boys who have received athletic letters for active work on the field or court. Every member of the club stands for the betterment of high school athletics and is vitally interest- ed in furthering our athletic prowess and fame. The initiation of new members is a solemn and misty affair. The members who were put through the o1'deal of the sacred rights of club entrance this year are: VVilliam Ford, Nelson Brown, James Goins, XVilliam Stanley, Park Liringstoin, Roger Leffler, Claude Fulton and George Jones. The Club gave a farewell banquet to Coach Needham, sponsor of the club, who took up coaching in the Kansas City Junior College. This affair marked the culmina- tion of Coach Need-ham's highly successful association with the Fort Scott High School, and close friendships in the club. The annual football banquet was a noteworthy event. All those interested in athletics were invited, and not only the team and "F" Club but also many towns- people attendedg and the 1925 banquet holds the record in enthusiasm and attendance. Ofiicers for 1925-1926: PresidentlVVilliam Phillips Vice-PresidentlJames Martin Sect.,-Treas.,-Robert Lcffler Sponsors-Littrell and Needham ff, Shilling, Miller, Parker, Rose, XVi.nters, Past, Shilling, Needham Smith, Martin, Brown, Ford, Chapman, Carney, Gains, Leffler, Livingston l.el'le1', Obs-r, Dunkcrton, Stanley, Roberts, Turney Football The ,call of the gridiron on south Main Street. proved so strong that football practice for 1925 began two weeks before school opened, when Coach Needham began to build his Crimson squad around the eight letter men of the preceeding year. The athletic field from then on was a scene of busy S-til' and activity, and the outlook for a championship team loomed up more brightly than for many a previous year. The schedule opened with a non-league game at Nevada, but due to lack of suf- ficient team work and a plentious supply of mud, the Tigers lost, Profiting by this experience and overcoming weak spots, the team began to bring home victories over the league competitors by big scores. Fort Scott lost only one league game, and that to Columbus. Although out- played and outgained, Columbus was just lucky and won 7 to 5. On Armistice Day Pittsburg was downed before a record crowd. lu the Southeastern Kansas league, Columbus was undefeated and won first place, and Fort Scott and Pittsburg, each with one defeat, went into a tie for second place. - f-V-A 1 Scored for the season! Nevada ti F. S. H. S. 0 Ullt'l'flkt'tx 0 F, S. H. S. 25 7, Jfllllill 6 F. S. H. S. 6 College lliglt ti F. S. H. S. 12 flirard 6 I". S. H. S. tit! Columbus T F. S. ll. S, 5 Pittsburg tl F, S, II, S, 6 Kansas Vity tt F. S. H. S. li! A lola tt F, S, H, S, U Parsons tl F, S, H, S, 42 Opponents F. S, H. if . f 4 Coach R. P. Needham ff ' V:- R .. 'rf i . Leflerff Left tad 4 Goin: mm E, Q Q 'N Martin ' Livio F011 Left Tackle CCc1ptaiti -Sglectrl Left -rad Right' Tackle- . . V YY wp, .luel Chapman, Captain Senior Three-Letter Man An ideal captain on and off the field. He was a hard fighter, steady and ever in the fiay. A bad knee kept "Judy" dowin somewhat, but he could be depended upon to hold down the center of the line. His leadership gave the team confidence. Park Livingston One-Letter Man Senior "Pup's" ability at snatching the passes and. his ability to Turn the plays in, eanned him a permanent berth on the team. He had a knack of getting through the defense and at 'their backs before the opposing team could get started. His tackles were sure and he was dependable. Roger Leffler One-Letter Man Senior "Turp" put a lot of fight in his end- of the line and showed the type of battle that opponents do not like to meet. He never trifled with his man and always meant business when he made a tackle. He was as nervy as they made 'em. He surely will be missed in 1926. James Goins One-Letter Man Jvunior In his first year of league competition, "Jim" demonstrated that he has plenty of power and drive. He has the weight, ability, and fight that it take- to make a good tackle. He improved with every game. XVe expect great things from him next year. James Martin Two-Letter Man Junior "Nig's" speed and aggressiveness enabled him to break through the opposing line and nail the ball-lugger for losses. A valuable man both on the offense and de- fense. Willing and full of drive, he will be a good leader for the 1926 machine. Lefkl' F Pr' r k l Staulei Dunkertorx. Obel' , A Half ' Baclg, It 4' iiaii 'BaC.irC.f Qldldet'-BdC.K. WWW WW A A Fhh f Iliff 0 Guy Roberts Senior One-Letter Man Guy, commonly known as "Race Horse," played a great game this season. His ability as a track man made him valuable to the team. He smashed the line hard Zllld ran good interference. On the defense he was a determined fighter. Xviiillllll Stanley Senior One-Letter Man "Sorrel," better known as "Bill," was an example of what a. small man can do. When interference was needed, or end runs necessary, "Bill" was there all the time. He held d-own the safety pfsition and played his sector unerringly. He has as much fight per ounice af-' anyone in the league. Robert Lefler Senior One-Letter Man "Bobby" developed into a hard hitter when carrying the ball and a. dangerous man in an unbroken field. He was a back With an abundance of speed, drive, alnd power. He took lots of punishment and dealt it out in the same way. Harold Duukcrton Senior Three-Letter Man "Dunk" had bad luck this year. He broke his ankle at Joplin, and had to spend most of the ,seasrn on the sid-elines. VVhen he got into the harness late in the season, he showed ability that won him his letter. He was a, power in the backfield and. could be counted on for substantial gains around the end or through the line. Ralph Ober Senior 'l'hree-Letter Man Easier it were to write of a sunset than to describe in words "Jew's" value on the Crimson team. No more spectacular triple-threat main. can be found in the league. He did the punting aind passing for the team and was unexcelled in accuracy. His brilliant, yet steady, work won him a berth on the mythical-all league team. F. S. H. S. is proud to send out such players. Carney Left- Guard ' Gmirh. Right End Phillips Ford Broxdnf QQYITK' Botti Righty Guard Rigixhi' Guard William Philips SCIUO1' Three-Letter Man "Billy" put fear into the opposing team more than once with his wide end runs and line smashes. He piloted the team during part of the season, and his cool- headedness and quick thinking brought the team out of more than one deep hole. "Billy" is a living example of the old adage that "good things come in small pack- ages? David Smith Senior Three-Letter Man "Smitty" was the big boy who played end. Exceptionally fast, he got down under punts in fine shape. He could pull passes out of the air and always add a few yards at the end of the pass. His work in tight places won the Pittsburg game for us, Lyle Carney Senior Three-Letter Man, ' "Carney" held down the left side of the Crimson line at guard with exceptional ability. He is good on both the offense and defense. On defence, he backed up the line and rare was 'the occasion when he missed a tackle. He was a -consistent player and played the kind of ball that wins games. XVil1iam Ford Junior One-Letter Man "Bill" is a fast charging guard who will next year probably be shifted to center. He drives hard and- plays every minute he is in the game. He will be back next year lto make the liine stronger than ever. He certainly will bear watching next season. Nelson Brown Junior One-Letter Man "Paddock" was one of the midgets of the Tigers in height only. People often wondered how so sho1't a man could stand up against such big fellows and at the same time get through them for the tackle. But "Chub's" weight was all muscle, and he just naturally stopped everything. He'll be back in suit next year to open holes big enough for a wagon to pass through on those tackle plays. Littrell, Miller, Carney, Capt. Philips, Jackson. Stanley Fulton, Ober, VVaters, Martin, Jones Basket Ball Coach Littrell assumed his position in Fort Scott lligh School at the close of the football season. Basket ball practice began at once, and the team was built around the four Hregulars' 'of last year's team!--Capt. Philips, Carney, Smith and Ober. The season opened with a victory over College High of Pittsburg. From that time on, the team neither won all the games nor lost all of them. The best game on the home court was that with Kansas City llipgh School, which was close and t-Xciting from gun to gun. Against Pitts-burg, Parsons, and- Columbus, the team lost confidence and also the games. In the annual District Tournament at Pittsburg, all hopes of a cup were shatter- ed in the first round by Arma, who defeated F. S. H. S. by a score of 21 to 19. With a record of four victories and five defeats, the season closed rather unsuccessfully. Jones will be captain the 1927 team, and hopes for a championship quintet again loom up before us. SCORES College High 21 F. S. H. S. 40 Cherokee lil F. S. H. S. 27 Girard 17 F. S. H. S. 30 Kansas City 232 F. S. H. S. 233 Pittsburg' 251 F. S. H. S. 20 Chanute 115 F. S. ll. S. 136 Columbus 26 F. S. H. S. 213 Parsons 238 F. S. H. S. 14 Iola 26 F. S. ll. S. 24 Opponents F. S. H. S. -Ei 'Warren Littrell, Coach 5 wafers Ce nter I LLik V V .V 'Ea O11 T Z? . i i h i zg' at GUWJLQ if Pew-drcl Gvfml - . f . . 7k,f f p i 2 V Q m lu, , -V 1' -, 5 ik . Y VV ,BBW 1 K I . . .z in I Q g V. A 'k" jg' . 1 ... U ' ' 'Q ' i ' " ' if' , K . Y E 4, N gr LV A Vx j V ' V 1 . - - if 'I ix 1 ms ' 5 H 2 ir 1 t S i A ,,,V I K I 3 William Phillips, Captain Senior Two-Letter Man "Bil1y' was always a steady player and an inspiring leade1'. He always knew what to do with the ball. His dribbling was uncainny and whenever he dribbled. down the sidelines, stopped, ducked, and shot-a goal usually resulted. His pass- ing was accurate and he was a good floor man. Ralph Ober Senior Two-Letter Man "Jew" was a reliable running guard who could dribble, pass, and shoot. He took the ball from the backboard and got rid- of it quickly. Always tireless in his effoivts to win, he made impressions upon the records of opposing coaches. He was noted throughout the Southeastern Kansas League as a high scoring defense man. Warren Waters Senior One-Letter Man "Fuzzy" thrilled the galleries more than once with shots from difficult posietioiiis. He was a very valuable man both on the defensive and on the offensiveln the defense he took the front center position. He always took things easy and was the coolest man on the team. Claude Fl11tOI1 Senior One-Letter Man "Poke" was an able utility man and could play guard or forward with equal ability. He was good on long shots, and could- add points whenever they were most needed. He was a great player with a sure and steady aim, "Poke's" size did not hinder him from pushing onward to gain glory for the team. I Jones Cdrney if Martin fbrxvafd. Center 'f fr ,, K S FN' 'A': if S v if ., l Xi K I Q f. .1 13 'K t Ein rwa rd A g . , , lv ,, 5 George Jones, Captain-elect Junior One-Letter Man In his first year at forward, "Jonesie" established a record for being a crack shot at the basket from any angle. His long shots often demoralized the opposifng defense and paved the way for short counters-. Although lacking in height, he played his position aggressively. F. S. H. S. can be assured of a reliable and effici- ent leader for 1927. Lyle Carney Senior Three-Letter Man "Carney", the favorite of the substitutes, received a hand more than once when he went on the floor. Flashes of action were sure to come when he got into the game, and his ability to maneuver when in a pinch, enabled him to win his third letter. This makes his last year of play, and he will be missed niueh next year. James Martin Junior One-Letter Man "Nig" played as substitute in guard and center position the entire season and more than once kept his team from defeat when prospects looked shady. His height made him dependable on short shots. His passing was sure and fast, and his dribbling good. He will show up well next year, and will be seen on the floor when the whistle blows. I i 5 . . .- 'Tkg T. Parisoe, F. BenedictL, Carson, Hope, Cl211'Y, Lewis, Meyers, Mille1', Braden, Cooper, Northcutt Motti, llayden, liepley. Sample, Taylor, Lockerid-ge, Kimbley, H. Fowler, Niemier, V. Larson, Mcador, Gilmore, Dugan, Ransom, Isbell, Howerton, Post, Allison Craig, Johnson, Kirk, Crume, Easte1', VVren, V. D1'ake, Runkle, Stradcr, Bullington, Rhodes, lfleitz Bartes, Roy, Mills Newcomb, Strong, Quick, Newcomb, Putman, Pavey, Lantz, Pease, VVhiteside, Newber1'y, I'iill'l'lllf2,'l0ll, Farmer, Benedict, Mason Bell, Bell, Davis, Fowler, Gooding, Ho-cker, Hickman, Newberry, Roland, Ready, Stafford Cjirls' Jlthlc-:tic .Association This club was organized last year by Miss Katherine Horner, the girls' athletic director. lt began its career with a great deal of pep which is even more manifest this year. About 75 girls are members of the association this year, and- all are working l1a1'd for their letters under the direction of Miss J'-svzphine Lantz, sponsor. The purpose of the club is to increase interest in girls' athletics and to provide a means- of earning "F's." Membership is conditioned on at least 50 points in gym work for entrance into the association, anal the maintainencc of a scholarship average .Ji fri' ct.-:.tinne.! membership. Points may be won in the following activities: baseball, basket ball, tennis, volley ball, track, efficiency tests, hiking, perfect record, and class leader, A total of five hundred points necessary before a girl wins her letter. She must also pass an "F testt' for which a certain number of points are awarded toward her five hun- d-red. About fifteen girls who will receive "F's" this year. The eleven girls who were awarded letters last year are: Vivian Miller, Mary Louise NValls, Kathleen Stanton, Mary Crockett, Marguerite Jones, Leola Owens, Ouita Smith, Candace Baxter, Marjorie Davis, Pearl Gate-wood and June llumes. XVhen the weather permits, a weekly hike is taken. Repsgnlar business meetings are held once a month, and in May the annual club banquet is held, at which time letters and stripes are awarded. Otlicers for this year were: President-Vanna Lewis Vice-President-f Loma Clary Secretary-TreasurerfAnnabel Myers Miss Lantz, Sponsor Girls' Jithictics Annabel Myers Mary Elizabeth Newcomb Mary Roy Vivian Meador Emma Bates Aerie Strader Mary Fowler Lorna Clary Helen Putman Helen Isbell Alice Rhodes Grace Strong Championship Volley Ball team-Fourth Hour Class ' VARSITY BASE BALL TEAM Emma Bates Gladyfi Northcutt Annabel Myers Vanna Lewin Mac Miller Ava Allison Mary Elizabeth Newcomb Edna Farmer Aeric Strader Loma. Clary Championship Baseball Team--Third Hour Class VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Forwards Guards Mary Roy Mao Miller Vanne. Lewis Irene Kimbley Mary Elizabeth Newcomb Rosabellc Gillmoro Gladys Northcutt Graco Strong Championship Basketball Team-Fourth Hour Class TENNIS TOURNAMENT iFallb Semiiinals ,,,.,, ...,,, E tha Pavey and Virginia Cooper Fmals ..,.,,,, .,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,...,i,,.,..... ....,......,..l.,..,....,. V irginia Cooper EFFICIENCY TESTS Clndoorsj BASKETBALL THROVV FOR DISTANCE 1. Gladys Northcutt ....l....... Distance, 68'2 2. Mary Roy .,......,.. Distance, 64' 3. Ava Allison ,..Y. Distance, 63' TARGET THRONV CDis-tance, 30ft.J 1. Helen Mills ..,..,.......,,...., 8 out of 10 2. Loma Clary and Riuth Ralls 7 out of 10 3. Ava Allison and Mary Roy .. 6 out of I0 VOLLE Y BALL SERVE 1. Helen Isbell ......,.,...........,......,,l..,.......,,,.........,... ,V,A l 0 out of 10 2. Virginia Cooper, Katherine Crume, Gaynelle Davis, Eflna Farm- er, Margaret Hall, Annabel Myers, Mae Miller, and Francis Ben- efllct ....,,....,,...,...................,...,........,,..........,,.........,.... 9 out of l0. HIKING Annabel My91'S ...,l ,..... 9 0 points K2 points for each niilel l l 4 Rdzze l Ddzze l Razzel dazzel, hobble gobble, Sis! boom! bah! Fort Scott High School, Rah! Rah! Rah! Hip! Hip! Hay! What do we say! Fort Scott High School, Ray! Ray! Ray! Polly! Wolly! Polly! Wolly! Wig! Wag! Wooly! Fort Scott! Fort Scott! Fort Scott, bully! Chick! Chick! Chick! Chow! Chow! Chow! Fort Scott High School, Row! Row! Row! Boomalaka! Boomalaka Bow! Bow! Bow! Chickalaka ! Chickalakav! Chow! Chow! Chow! Boomalaka! Chickalaka! Who are we? Fort Scott High School! Can't you see? 1l..-. I l I Pu licaiions l Thfi Crimson With ithe rapid passing of another year comes the customary presentation of another annual-the 1926 edition of The Crimson of the Fort Scoatt High School. The staff, whose every effort was a result of the will- ingness that comes of pure enjoyment, not only contributed 4their work to the success of the finished book, but also gained as a great- er accomplishment much profitable pleasure and worthy experience. The purpose of this annual is to preserve, through pictures and written accofunts, a true record of the happenings of the full year: the victories, the accomplishments, and the pleasures, as well as memories of the reverse nature, all making up the history of the school year of '26 in dear old F. S. H. S. Miss Margaret McLean, Sponsor The 1926 Crimson staff, with a larger membership than that of any previous staff, was carefully selected early in the year. It consisted of ni-nteen members, all being assigned to positions to which their talents were best adapted. Miss Margaret McLean, sponsor of the Junior Class of 1925, was chosen special sponsor of the staff, and the second period was reserved for Crimson work, which was carried on in Room 30. The official staff: Ozell Trask ,,,,,,,,,,,, ............. E dlt0l'-ill-Chief Elizabeth Newby .... .... A 1,-st. Editor-in-Chief Lyle Carney ,,,,,,,,, ,..,,. B usiness Manager Marian Hicks .,... ..-.......--.------ C ISLSSGS Harry Hubbart . Helen Roberts ...,. Walter Varvel .. Ethel Linthicum Majorie Davis ,,,, Beulah Dorsey ,,...... Katherine Wilson Athletics Features Forensic Poet Calendar Art Editor Art Editor Earl Weddle ...,...,,, ................... B order Joe Huffine ,....,Y. ....,....,l.,,.... P rinting Leah Drake ..,..,,, ..... P liotograph Editor Aclelbert Burge .....,....... Snapshot Editor Karl Emenitove .... ..,. A dvertising Manager Virginia Gross .................. Advertising Mary Roy' .,,l,......, .3 Advertising Dorothea Otto .,., Miss Anna Brown ..,..., Typist Miss Margaret McLean .,.. Faculty Sponsor Miss Anna Brown, Art P The Scribbler Although the journalism class this year was the smallest since the subject was in-- troduced into the High School, having only ten members, it was quite successful in pub- lishing the school paper, the Scribbler, under the sponsorship of Miss Virgil Gordon. The first issue of The Scribbler was pub- lished this year three weeks after the open- Miss Virgil Gordon, Instructor ing of School, A playlet given in assembly by three members of the class, Mable Thompson, b ' t' n campaign. It terminated Helen Roberts, and John Lardner, opened the su scrip 10 with a large. number of subscriptions, and a victory for the Senior Class, they having sold the largest percenutage of subscriptions, with the result that an issue was dedicated to that class. The Scribbler was entered in three contests -this year and rainked credibly in each. Last year the paper was entered in the State Newspaper Conntest for stud- ent publications, and was awarded second place. The class was represented at the Annual Newspaper Contest held at the Uni- versity of Kansas in November. Four representatives were sent, namely: Mablt Thompson, Karl Emenitove, Helen Roberts, and John Lardner. These people brought home some valuable information and ideas, which they presented to the class in the form of reports. The staff, with but few changes, remained as follows during the entire year: Editor .........,. News Editor' Exchange Editor ...... Circulation Manager .....,.... Junior College Sport Editor High School Sport Editor Advertising Manager --.'---- Asst. Advertising Manager Junior College Reporter --.- Junior Reporter ------- Sophomore Reporter Freshman Reporter ,.,. . Instructor Lolita Goss I Karl Ermenitove Virgil Larson Harold Phelps Donald Piinkston Raymond Stietz Helen Roberts Mable Thompson Lolita Goss William. Worden Helen Isbell .. Mable Thompson Miss Virgil Gordon CTO Our Readers CXVit,h apologies to E. Guestj T TAKES a heap 0' worryin' To make a Crimson right- A heap o' fuss and bother And there's sometimes half a night You have to sit and labor, If you've dared to get behind, And worry 'bout it somehow With it always on your mind. A Crimson's not what gold can buy Or get up in a minute. Afore you get a Crimson- Well, you put a heap ol labor in it. You'Ve got to race to make it pay You've got to sit and sigh, And Wonder if you'll get it off Your soul before you die. And when it's handed to the lines, To see some cynic come And point an error out and leave You furious, but dumb! It takes a heap o' worryin' To make a Crimson right, So when you're asked to criticize, Won't you please to-just sit tight? -Criinson Staff f 1 L' 1- ge N I N E r lf, ff 1 . 7? Q5 ' iw as i :Ti a f l- fit! :ge ,q ,.,:,,. 1 5? 'LH-'Q wg- , Music 7'5" V-dk William Worden Mr. McCray, Director lst Violin Robert Leffler Mildred Moore Josephine Harris Harold Phelps Francis Gift Rosamond Payton Wiliam Gench Doris Freaso Mary Elsie Dawdy Harry Hewitt Claribelle Crockett Frances Benedict Karl Emenitove Billy Thompson Margaret Babcock 2nd Violin Donald Briggs Mary Roy Irvin Lesher Virginia Larson Delmer Chambers Mildred Baucom John Parker Carol Carson Helen Anderson Helen Jones Margaret Ault Rowena Johnson Viola iiLillian Hurst Bernice Hitchinson Esther Newberry Grace Strong Jean Parkinson Cfhe Orchestra The remarkable improvement made this year in the organization of both the junior high and senior high orchestras was duo entirely to the efforts of their new director, M1'. McCray, who, by ceasless practice and individual training with the students, pre-- sented at the end of the school year two Well organized units. The junior high or- chestra won first place at Parsons in a con- testg and the senior high orchestra brought great honor to the school at the Music Fes- tival at Pittsburg. The 'names of the orchestra members who took part in the solo contest at Pittsburg are starred. Personnel Bassoon Goldie Farrell Howard Liggfbff Lloyd Hessong Nadine Sheffield Cello 'Alta Cowen Mildred Hildebrande Esther Davis Virginia Lou Sample Leta Faye Smith Lolita Goss Wilma Joel Stanton Cline Double Basra Mary Crockett Marjorie Carson Cleobellc Howerton Margaret Carney Louise Kennison Mildred Murfin Oboe Adelbert Burge Donald Parker Flute iVirginia Gross Virginia Cooper Loula Flora Calhoun Louis de Stwolinska Clarinet Harry Hvubbart Russell Carney Winston Shideler George Erickson Virginia Lee Parker French Horn Rachel Davis Marguerite Jones Emmett Crabtree Trumpet 'tRoger Leffler Ralph Gift Virgil Schilling Burton Coffman J. C. Gross, Jr. Trombone Rachel Marble Floyd Wiliams Eugene Bayless Sousa-phone Lyle Carney Saxaphonc V. G. Ange Harmonium Leona Hickman Tympani John Kipp Drums Edward McDowell Boqs' Glee Club t l Allison, Ashford, Varvel, Reeds, Moorly, Hubbart, Brown Toner, Richards, Clary, Green, Tweedy, Kingsbury, Gift, Crabtree Brown, Dnrkee, Green, Spanr, Peters, Howarrl, Ange, Lawson Stewart, Martin, Friend, lluinplireys, Ricliarwls, Gross, Croniwell, McCrnn1, Blagg Girls' Qlee Club D Johnson, Calvert, Hardin, Snyder, XYeeks, Carter, Vaiillaniiighani Dent, Harris, lllcliillop, Drake, Bruce, Pilkington, Kelley, Crockett, Robertson, XVray Tipton, Conrail, Ready, Stout, Rose, Mills, Kingsbury, Seeley, Fowler, Lawson Robinson, Brown, Singleton Hopkins, Alexander, Pavoy, Brown, Davis, Carr Boas and Girls Glee Clubs Although there were several changes in leadership this year, these two organiza- tions were the largest glee club groups ever organized in F. S. H. S. After the departure of Mr. Litton in the fall, the leadership was given to Mrs. Milligan until the School Board Chose the permanent director, Mr. Lawson. Under him the clubs have made David Lawson, Director such wonderful progress that it is believed. by those of us even outside musical circles, that at last we have founid our man in the new Hmusic master." His beaming face and his ready wit made "community singing" a joyg and with the present team- work, Fort Scott should soon go on the map as songsters. The Glee Clubs made several public appearances during the term. The boys gave concerts at several of the surrounding community centers, and appeared at the concerts given by the orchestra at the Methodist Church. The girls' club gave a de- lightful program for the Music Study Club, and graciously caroled at the Girls' Club Christmas party. Both clubs were most helpful in leading assembly singing when the rest of the student bod-y was leery of notes. Much time was spent in securing an extensive repertiore of standard and classical music so that the clubs could gracefully appear even though unexpectedly calltfl upon. Members of the club were continually at other club meetings and at nume1'ous entertainments throughout the year. Contrary to custom the High School presented no operetta this year. However with the start made this year in organization and assembling of good voices, it is hoped that in another school term the two clubs, Boys' and Girls', can present another as successful and catchy attraction as the unforgettable "Pinafore" and "Bosn's Bride." Several high school glee club members were given parts in this year's Junior College operetta "Huld.1 of Holland" whi-ch was presented in Memorial Hall the night of May 13. Both clubs made a fine showing in the Music Festival at Pittsburg in both solo and group work. Walter Varvel, a member of the Boys' Glee Club, acted as business manager for the organization, and Leah Drake was the able accompanist, xr I ' X 'f x . wx , Q, ,I 'I ff, : S -Ji .ff 4. -4, J, Q1 'i f M 13 S .ff 121 1 O is .Nil if J f.: 'J Hg M X Ei L: ii Q 1 fi .f ,U w, 4 fi, l-9 vi k .A WI l 1 Vw, W AE, i 13. , I ,J Q ,Z , x If Nw I7 1 ' ' W, "":::. V ' 'Tix 4-.V,., ":1-11-"f" A, ' 'Z T --P. K ,K , , Qgbrf ui. Q fig 1 1 1.mi'k::g ,""'f"ff"..I'.1'lLA" - , .....-...-.......i....-...-,,.- ,......V..-Q.,., rx , ,AA Eh, , .,,.,, ,...,, ,,,.,,Y 1 1-Q-M ' Ya.. VE2 fY5ffiiPi42l5T:5 F fl 5: 77" F: f L1l Iggy? - Dramaiics C X RJNVZ' E., ' "Iv xsg w.,g gge fn ' xw x BTX N. s Fisher, Livingston, Roberts, Devereaux, Lardner, Trask, Newby Reeds, Drake, Kingsbury, Waters, Carr, Humphreys Senior Class Plans One ol the biggest and most successful events of the year was the Senior play, "The Goose Ha11gs High," a modern three-act drama written by Lewis Beach. "The Goose Hangs High" which was presented- in the auditorium of the Fort Scott High School, May 18, 1926. entertained a full house, and the strong dramatic ability displayed by the well-fitted characters under the direction of Miss DeVore Watt, produced a play which added fame to the dramatic history of the Fort Scott High School. Bernard In gals .,,. Noel Derby QQYVVA- Leo Day Miss VVatt, Director e Cast Rhoda ---,---------,-- Julia Mordock H Hugh Ingals YY---Y Warren Waters Park Livingston John Lardner Leonice Fisher Helen Roberts Frank Reeds Mrs. Bradley ,..,... ..,. E lizabeth Kingsbury Lois Ingals ,,--, - Ronald Murdock Elliot Kimberley ..... Dagmai C211101 ,,Y--- --QUIQYV Bradley Ingals ,.........,. Katherine Carr Ozell Trask Eld-en Deveraux Elizabeth Newby Benjamin Humphreys GENERAL COMMITTEES Z Business Managers ..,... Lyle Carney, Blaine Music ....... Glenning Lolita Goss Prompter .,., ....,.......,.,, ,,,, M able Thompson Properties ,,..,,..,,,. Mary Roy, John Kipp Electricians .. Worthman Cook, Kenneth Vale Furnishings Marian Hicks, Thelma Thurman Jones, Carney, Walls, Atkins, Holland Hewitt, Lockeridge, Baxter, Burton, Gift Mason, Erickson, Davis, Smith, Pinkston, Brown Junior Class Plaq "Daddy Long Legs" by Jean Webster was presented in the Fort Scott High School auditorium on the evening of March 11 and 12, by the Junior Class under the direction of Miss Colleen Fowler, sponsor of the Junior Class. The play drew two full houses, and , due to the well characterized roles, received great popul- arity, giving the class of 1927 a name to be carried on through their entire career. CAST Jervis Pendleton .........................,......,..........,..........,.......................,. Donald Pinkston Judy Abbot ..,....... ...........,. . .. Leta Faye Smith James McBride Martin Atkins Sally McBride ..... ...Qf'Candace Baxter Julia Pendleton U --!--',,--- Louise Brown M1's. Pendleton .... Mary Louise WVa1ls Miss Pritchard --" ---..--' L ucille Holland Mrs. Lippett ...... ...... M arguerite Jones Cyrus Wykoff --.-------'-----------,-------,- ----,------------,- ---A,-',v---- R a lph Gift Mrs. Semple ,................,......,......., .....,...,.,........ .... L o uise Loekeridge W Griggs ------...,-------,---,-..-.---------- Harry Hewitt Walters ................................. Russell Carney Orphans of the John Grier Home: Sadie Kate I ,........................... Gladys Mason LOI'Qtta u -.------ ----- L ouise Burton Gladiola ...,. ....,. E sther Davis Freddie Q H George Erickson STAFF BL1S'iUGSs ..... .............. W illiam Gench Advertising' ...... ..... W illiam Calhoun, Chair- mang Clifton Otto. Stage PI'0p61'ties ............ Wm. Worden, Chair- IYIELHS Mary Crockettg Rosamond. Pay- tony James Marting Nelson Brown, James Goins. Miss Fowler, Director ---ff---,-.L..-.,,.,,,-.,,, .,-- .YY Y ..... , ff j 'nffilf' ,92QLFf:4!s' -!l:,KX aw 1 M z 1-2 1251 V21 ii., -5 laik. G32 sl' 4. S Kiwi ., .f Er, ?i1 1 all if . . r 51' . 2, 'N ij?- 2-'lf in " 1, ,, i,,, if f ,. - FN.: f 3. V . if gm? 'J x gf 't mf - 1 ww' r haf., if if ET' x L 4. Le, 4 5 shi' ' Kg-TH .x ,. 5191- 1 w,, N-,N , ,W is M fi 5:1 .2 iff ,Yr W rw f 22:91 5 Q., Ir-- . ,-,. , fl 1 ' in" , EYY47 53:4 isl 21 bfi: ' f. Q 1 , :pm x XV, rv., . , , . ., 1 - Nr: ff, , '55 Y ,fir igyv S531 1545. 'if ,f . 1, uname iff, K7 1 26 X .AQ Plexus the Pro and Con Society, 1925, was a decided su-cc graves, sponsor of Pro an Pro and Con The annual one-act dramas presented by in the auditorium of the Fort Scott High School, October 30, ess. Miss Ina Sea- d Con, directed the productions, three one-act plays: "The Di- abolical Circle," "The Florist Shop," and "Six Miss Seagrave, Director The Casts: "THE DIABOLICAL CIRCLE" Cotton Mather Who Pass While the Lentilg. Boil." Orville Runkle Betty Mather -----'YM----------- ---,-----,- L 0l1iS9 BHN011 Adonijah VVigglesWorth ...... ..,... B luille Glelldellllillg Charles Manning ----------VY,-,------ ,-,---- H 211'1'y Hllbbilft Property Maiiager ..,.., ..Y. M arjorie Davis "THE FLORIST SHOP" Maude ,...,,,,.. .... ll iary Louise Walls Miss Wells ----- U Mr. Slousky Mr. Jackson ---- -Y--- Henry .,...,,. Property lvlanagcr "SIX NVHO PASS WHILE THE LENTILS BOIL Queen ....... Milkmaid -,--- Boy ......,,... Mime lhA-'-,-. Minstrel ..,,.. Blind- Man Headsman ....., . .. Device Bearer ,-,-,--- A H Prologue .,7...,...,.,.......,.,.......,,.,., .,.,, Property Manager General Committees Were: 1 Frances Johnston Lee Burgs Russell Carney Ozell Trask Frances Varvel 11 Marian Hicks Gladys Mason Floyd Williams William Gench Walter Varvel Adelbert Burge .. William Worden H Elizabeth Newby William Calhoun Ruth Squier Stage and Properties .... Chairman, Virginia Gross: Leonice Fisherg Rosamond Payton Business and Advertising ,,,, Chairman, Elizabeth Newbyg Esther Strongg Esther Odell Gellftml A1'1'2111g5111911t .i.. Chairman, Lyle Carneyg Park Livingst ony Robert Leffler. r, ..,..,.... , ,ia Sfifsi vw fi -.. ,i fi .541 gif 'wi ' if ' if . f-Qin. 55,3 fi is Q if. , 117: ,322 1. .1145 Halal? 12252522 fjgiaszg , V ffgliial 'x ,E i fjifkfii , Iii! it f' it li."jZ1-Q' Z'li?iJ.1f' ' 52,17 f A4-2 , , SKY ui? in 'X ni! iii" fix Qi! 455 iff:-,Q 3 54. bfi. H 'HI ei iii? , 1, L I fx, 1 5' En"'f'?a,f f"-TTIX i ' 1 has ig I il L' ffl if ,1 if Mil a iii -F i lil i"' , 3 it ff! Q5 I si? it We H,--.IA ,Q I' ni, I Public Speakinq Plans A One of the most successful productions of the year was a. delightful Irish comedy, "The Dragon," presented April 19, 1926, in the High School auditorium, by one cast of the Public Speaking Department, ond one week later by another cast, both under the supervision of Miss Ina Seagrave. The play, written by Lady Gregroy, is a delightful fairy story, interwoven with an equally delightful love story. The harsh step-mother, the greedy old king, the quaintly delightful aunts, the lonely maiden, the astrologer, and the Dragon are all in a plot full of laughter and pleasant action. The impressively quaint costumes of medieval style were made by members of the class, who also managed all de- partments. The casts were: ' King .... .......... W arren Waters-Adelbert Burge Queen ......,.. .... M ary Louise Walls-Eva McCalm,ent Princess Nu ,.... ........ M arian Hicks-Thelma Thurman The Dal Glic U '.,- Donald Pinkston-Donald Stewart Nurse ....,.. . ...,......,. ...... L eonice Fisher-Marie Scott Prince of Marshes --------,- ----A-----'-----nnu------.',,.-.-,---.---'--- B illy Clarke Manus, King of Sorcia ..., .,... B enjamin Humphreys-Martin Atkins Fintan, the astrologer A ,,.. .,.. J oe Richards-Benjamin Humphreys Taig .--- ----.----. F loyd Williams-Paul Gross Sibby ...,.,..,.. Florence Tibbets-Louise Burton Gatekeeper ,..,.,...,.,... Paul Gross-Floyd Williams Aunts -------- Q ..,--------,- - Frances Johnson-Elizabeth O'Bryan Lois Robertson-Ocie Rook-Dorothy Welch Foreign Men ......,........... Martin Atkins-Donald Stewart The Dragon ............................................. ................. A delbert Burge-'Warren Waters Three other members of the class, Waiida Owens, Leola Owens ,and Lillian Parks worked very hard on a little play, "Joint Owners in Spain." i-ir 1 ml i wi iiiiii ,qt 1.1 X-. ttf? W F iwbi ' sf I g ij is iffiffii J t X Xe. it I ,gp .F 2 Fifi L s ,iii 2115132 pig, ja r v V13 ii I!" ar- I 05 T' N7 s y it 'E . Z U I l 'P 1, ji eg- 1 , 1 P15 6, i 1 ' l Pr- 5 i if U i mai ififrg, ir!tOYS.L4- "i' rig, r'LQ:"'-gf--41e"5'-,' --cf '-- 21 if -.As fr f V, ,W 5.295945 fgfaii X!Yi"T'i ppppp me p, wif g 5 1 D 1 , V .4 A . in Y-45. L 5 ' N T7 IR I X hmwy x Q 1 4 -IW aka- 4' li' 3? r ' i. 14 4 M 3 '. 'ir ,Q R T' b QL . L 'N HU- x"Y Us ll-1 U fkc-'NA' I .J :Aff , ay! N-'fhfm + ga si , - M I IM ,Y I 7, 7 K QE AQ! Y qqmx., . Q :fl J 'gil-1 ' ' :'0 tofu s 5 ff? ine S. in O 452: A W-Ia ' nl - i .f zaflons J ff 1: f 'A 1 J I .', '25 2 '-L vm , Vw M ' b ' 19 .L - YL 2 6 '- num. wr V W J: "ET-f' x, P Ffidfi fi' N N.. ' W .. - Dug Young, Richards, Callow, Pease, Quick, Uland, Waltiniro Vale, Johnson, Morilla, Phelps, Swartz, Roberts, Ater, lhfcves Reagen Lawrence Ashford, Johnson, Long, Voight, Voight, , . Agriculture Club Perhaps the niost active organization in the school is the Agriculture Club, sponsored by Mr. Reeves. Besides having the club programs dealing with furin problenis and inethods of greater crop production and more profitable stock raising, the club requires the nienibers to experiment on the honie farni as part of its club work. The nieinbers, working in connection with the 4-II Club, sent, representatives to the state contest at, Hutchinson this year. These three boysi Albert Pease, Verne Johnson, and Clarence lVlorilla, Won first prize in dairy judging tliorc, and so were representatives of Kansas in the National Dairy Show at Indianapolis. Again the Vocational Agriculture Clubs was put on the map by Charles Morillxz, who ,besides winning' prizes and ribbons, sold his project cali' for the highest price ever paid at the Kansas City Royal Stock Show. In order to gain experience, the club nienibers judged rattle the Bourbon County Dairy Show, and took active part, in stock and f arin exhibits. The club X , i Mr. Reeves, Sponsor Secretary and Treasurer .. and Qrain ul dcinonstration has an inter- esting history, having' been organized svwii years ago, and, duc to thc cfaseless efforts of Mr, Reeves, the sponsor, continuing with the same interest and enthusiasnt from year to year. Ollicers this year were: 'President ...,,,,,i Albert Pease Patil Roberts Anger, Moody, Conrad, Linthicum, Lewis, B1'own, Keith, Godman, Athinson, Hagood-, Herring, Xvilkinson, Antram, Clark, Long, Soellner, Waxlleil, Hall, Gayley Shilling, McCord, Spaur, Moore, Rhodes, Monday, Russell, Bell, Crume, Beagules, Hope, Dorsey, Swartz, Lifer, Bl'0Wll Crouch, Stutz, Emmerson, Cla1'ke, XVile'-on, Odell, LOCk9l'lt'lg9, Craig, Atkins, Reeds, Hooper, Huffine I McDowell, Jones, Turney, Barker, Kirkpatrick, Doubleday, Roy, Pitts, Farmer, Hopkins, Newberry, Lardner, Gluntz, Brown Jlrt Club Vt'ay off in the northeast corner of the High School building, far from the turmoil and worry of bustling students, there exists, a group of talented "artists and models" who live day after day in the IJl1l'6 joy of creative art. These inspired lll01'- tals were organized as far back as 1916 by Miss Brown, the present sponsor who gives all her time and thought to making her club work attractive and interesting. By conducting discussions from such publications as the International Studio, the Kansas City Star Art Section, and The Apollo, the stud-ents find themselves well versed in the current art literature, and appreciative of the good, the true, and thg, beautiful around them. Throughout the year townspeople especially interested in and acquainted with art and its applications made attractive talks. The club members are very active in poster contests, in interior designing, and in landscape-gardening. They lend valuable as- sistance to dramatic productions in daubing stage props. gild-ing thrones and in making mahogany and birdseye maple from pine. A hilarious Halloween party was given in the gym by the club at which gorgeous cos- tumes designed by the ingenious art students were worn. The second social event took place in the spring in the form of a weiner roast. Oflicers for this year were: President ,,,l,,,. ,..., ,,,.. , J oe Huffine Vice-President ,....,. .... V . G. Ange Secretary-'l'reasurcr .,.......,.,.... Helen H11gO0d The program committee, cznusisting of Beulah Dorsey and Katherine VVilson, was headed by Alice Doubleday. "' Miss Brown, Sponsor f ll I- Larson, Callow, Newcomb, Voight, Headrick, Voight, Fcrgerson, Ater, VVeeks, Crays. Roberts, Chambers Shideler, Embry, McGrew, Davis, Newcomb, Harvey, Turley, Kepley, Dodge, Marble. Hughes Lesher, Gooding, Queen, Newcomb, Lakin, Rails, Ready, Neil, Drake, Quick, Athena Club The ninety some Freshmen who timidly enter the portals of F. S. H. S. each year soon become as organized a part of the student body as the four year classmen. They are divid-ed into two clubs under the names of Athena and Minerva, and im- mediately plan their club programs with the regular organization of oiiicers and committees. Miss Hamlin sponsored the two clubs this year. By the varied nature of the programs ,training in music and literary appreci- ation, and valuable practice in parlimentary drill are offered. In order to give all club members experience in conducting meetings and a sense of responsibility, oflicers are elected each six weeks. Due to these clubs at the end of their first year the Freshmen find themselves wiser in experience, surer of self, and better prepared to enter the mistier path of Sophomordom. Mason, Shaffer Because practically every class man was an ofiicer at one time during the year, no lists of executives will be printed. The Athena Club in presenting their an- nual assembly program on lxansas Day de- lighted the upper class men with their ver- satile talent. In February both clubs joined forces and gave a Mardi Gi'as party, which was the grand finale of their ye1tr's activities, Miss Hamlin, Sponsor Omccrs Erickson, WzLt,e1's, Reeds, Post T5oq's Club The second largest O1'g'2llllZ2lii0ll in school is the Boys Club, oi'g'zii1i::e.l to bring every boy in school in closer fellowship and friendliness with his nei,a:hbor and to provide -good entertainnient with occasional pieces of advice by business men for the boys as "man to man." All boys in school expect those in Hi-Y are nuto- muticully members, and so it forms un important factor in fostering ,1 spirit of democracy in the student body. The club meets every other Tuesday in the library, while the Girls Club and lli-Y are in session in other parts of the building. The Boys Club was sponsored this year by Ml'. Erickson, who was responsible to a great extent for the high type of progrztms presented. The prograins, which were varied, were composed of business IIISIIYS talks, student programs, and occasional departures to at lighter vein-notable among which were a demonstration of hypnotism and several numbers by a Xylophonist. The oflicers for this year were: Presid-ent .,,,. .. XVzLrren VVlllL'l'S Vice-President .,,,,,,,. ., Frank Reeds Seeretziry-'l'1'eas111'e1' Eugene Pest Mr. Erickson, Sponsor Francis, Shackleford, Chapman, Russell, Turney, Wolfe Clark, Wallace, Tibbits, G. Clark, Robinson, Harris, Rhodes, Payne Wren, Bollinger, Hayden, Otto, Kimbley, Hills, Parks, Rook, Hale Crandall, Coleman, Osborne, Runkle, Miner, Ford, Hickman, Nemcomb, Byrnes, Christian Commercial Club The Commercial Club is the largest organization in the entire High School other than the Boys and Girls Clubs. At the beginning of the year the membership was eighty-three, a greater number than in any previous yearg so it was found necessary to utilize the services of both the commercial teachers, Miss Crandall and Mr. Christ' ian and under this dual leadership the club has been most successful. A The purpose of this organization is to familiarize the members with the business world so that they will be better prepared to meet those obligations which are essen- tial to the attainment of success in business. This club plays an important part in moulding and turning out capableand well-versed stenographers, clerks, shorthand experts, and accountants. It is to its credit that several members were much in demand at envoicing tim for special office Work. invaluable and gives any The officers Vice-President Treasurer ...,. Mr. Christian, Sponsor boost toward prominence. e down town, and Sluch club aid is organization a The Commercial Club is in truth a "business organization." this year we President ,.... ................,...... Secretary ..l..l.. -,--- re: Vera Kirkpatrick George Erickson Mildred Newcomb Evelyn Seaver V l Comstock, Bollinger, Crane, Kitchen, Payne Gross, Hoskins, Runyon, Davis, Snyder, Brown, Tipton, Murfin, Baucoin, Froase, Anthony Ange, Seelye, Dennison, Baxter, Dorsey, Seaver, Gosser, Ferris, Frye, Sheffield, Roberts, VVelch, Erickson Crandall, Gorman, Newberry, Stanton, Pressler, Guinn, Kirkpatrick, Davis, Driver, YVest, Parker, Benedict, Christian Commercial Club To become a lllQlllb6l' of this organization one must be a student of commerce and must carry at least two coniniercial subjects. Thus the club forms a convenient nucleus for those actually intending to enter the business world. As practice in actual contact with stenographic work, several club members, Helen Park, Helen Roberts, Dorothea Otto, Harriet Carr, Frances Johnson, and George Erickson entered the typewriting contest at Pittsburg. Of these Helen Roberts, Helen Parks, and Frances Johnson, advanced typists, received gold pins for an average of sixty words a minute. Harriet Carr, a first year student, accomplish- ed the unusual feat of winning a silver pin for fifty words a minute. The programs this year were very enter- taining as Well as instructive. Several pronz- inent business men delivered talks to the club, their remarks being in connection with business success and the need for tliorough early training in high school before entering the business world. Variety in progframs was furnished by musical selections and other numbers of a lighter vein. Miss Crandall, Sponsor Strader, Ruddell, Jenkinson, Quick, Emenitove McDowell, Carr, Post, Benedi-et, Morrison Carney, Carr, Brown, Goss El Aieneo Although quite small this year, El Ateneo had the most successful program of activities since its organization in 1921. Miss Jenkinson, the club's new sponsor, immediately on her arrival revived enthusiasm and kept the club working with unusual pep, and holding tenaciously to their motto "Adelante Siempre Adelants" CForward always Forward.J She turned her room into club headquarters, and throughout the year it was gaily decorated in yellow and red-, the Spanish national colors. In order to bring the atmosphere of Old Madrid into their programs, the mem- bers hold discussions on Spanish customs, and literature and give short plays and readings. Conversing entirely in Spanish in club meetings, and singing Spanish songs and gives an opportunity for useful practice in mastering Espanol. The society held a unique open house one Thursday club period when an attract- ive all Spanish play, "One of Them Ought to Get Married" was given with these characters: Bill Rud-dell and Lee Bishard, the professorsg Mary Carney, housekeeper: and Katherine Carr, niece of the housekeeper. A Spanish dance by Ruby Williford, Spanish songs by Doris Lutes, and piano solos by Miss Ryan and June Huines added to the attraetivenes of the entertainment. Aside from the strictly educational pro- grams, the club enjoyed several social club hours on Thursdays. Other notable events were two Weiner roasts, one in the fall and one in the spring, and a very charming Christmas party, when every member wore either a mantilla or sombrero and was vn- tertained by real Mexican music. The club oiiiieers this year 'verez P1'9Sid9Ut ,-..-f--,---,---..........,, William Rudd-311 ViiceePresiflent ..,.. ...... I im-fm Call' S901'9iH1'Y -------, .. Floyd Quick Tl'GaSL11'er ..... .... A lyouise Brown Miss Jenkinson, Sponsor Bur,f:,'e, Glendenning, Runkle, Varvel, Carney. Tewell, Otto, Johnson, Gift, Crays, Rafters, Overfield. Briggs, Richards, XVolfe, Clary, Reeds, Lardner, Gcnch, Hubbart, Gross. Bturge, Blubaugh, Pease, Pinkston, Trask, Calhoun, Worden, Little, Williams. Forum The Forum was organized in 1921 when the charter members, with Miss Crowe, then a member of our Hi,-2,'l1 School faculty, drew up the rather unique and very efficient constitution which the club uses today. Since then the club has functioned steadily and met with notable success in turning out trained debaters, and in main- taining interest among the boys in forensic activities. Possessing very high scholastic standards, Forum is in all respects an honorary society. Membership is limited to thirty upper classmen. In sponsoring debates this year, Forum, besides being business manager of the project, placed four of its members, Ozell Trask, VVi1liam Worden, Donald Pinkston and Harry Hubbart, on the first school team, and furnished the second team with its entire personnel, XVilliam Calhoun, Floyd XVilliams, Russell Carney, lValter Varvel, Adelbert Burge and Orville Runkle. The club programs consist of debates, reviews of current events, and discus- sions on topics of national and international interest. The chief social event of the year was a "kid" party, given in co-operation with Portia. to celebrate the end of the debate season. The boys, beside sharing in the fun, were usefully "employed" in decorating and after the party in helping wipeclishes. Miss Overfield, one of the school debate coaches held the sponsorship of Forum this year, and her work among the boys showed marked results in held interest and applica- tion in debating. The officers for the first and second semesters respectively were: lst Semester 2nd Semester Ozell Trask ...,.... President ',,, Russell Carney Walter Varvel ...... V.-P. .. Blaine Glendenning Floyd Williams .....,.. Sec. ,.,,,,,, Harry Hubbart Louis Blubaugh .... Treas, ,,,, Louis Blubaugh X Miss Overfield, Sponsor .,.,....-.,..-........-. .X Y- .'- :- .,.-. ...,:..-..N,n....N..i L , K f ' - r f 1 : -4' iv-a.ELff,'-'fr' f if "'--lf' ,Lf-fr' f-wg gf-:-A -711 1 .' . ' tg-. ..,. ...,,..f....a.M,.. . . . L, U W V v sy, Otto, XValls, Gross, Payton, Strong ADVISORY BOARD Davin, Dorsey, Weeks, Hicks Leffler, Clary, Newby, Frye, Rainstfy Girls Club The Girls Ciulb, the largest organization i11 the high school, has in its lllftlll- bership every girl in the student bod-y. It is similar i11 purpose to the Boys Club, in ainwing to create a spirit of friend- liness and coniradship E11llOllg the girls. The meetings are hold in the auditorium on alternating Tuesdays. There are no dues. The girls unfailingly cooperated when called upon to sell hot dogs, popcorn, and peanuts at tl1e football games: and, after the pigskin had flown over the goal for the last time and the students flocked to the gym for basketball games, they found Girls Clubs there peddling honie-made candy and Eskimo pies. As a result of this arduous work, the girls were able to entertain in royally over a hundred- little needy children at Christmas with a Santa Clause and every- thing. With the aid of the two capable sponsors, Misses Leffler and Ramsey, inspira- tional and highly pleasing programs were given. The social tyI'.'ents were a Big Sister party for their little Freshnien sisters, given by the Seniors the first week of school, and a spring party soon after the Easter g vacation when a short play "No Men W'anted" was presented with the following characters: Olle11e Stout, Marjorie Carson, and Mary Crockett. Oflicers and committee chairmen were: President ......................,..... Elizabeth Newby Junior Vice-President ........ Rosamond Payton Sophomore Vice-President ........ Loma Clary Freshmen Vice-President ........ Helen Weeks Secretary-Treasurer ............,,,, Virginia Frye Program ................. .,,,, ly Iarjorie Davis Bulletin Board ..... .. Beulah Dorsey Restroom ............. Dorothea Otto Friendship .... ........ E sther Strong VV91f2L1'e ...... ......... V irginia Gross Sales .......... Mary Louise VValls Big-Sister ..... ........... M arian Hickg Kathleen Leffler, Sponsor ..1.1l'Z'5!5-53236-,,,NA.g,?1AA 2 T?'Ax"'xfLf??,v""' 1.133 fu-' fe 5 ,cp , .hrfm 1 131-iggzt, Clendenning,, Pease, Riinkle, Johnazon, Ashford, Gayley, Rea, McDowell, Stewart Swartz, Tewell, Bliubaugh, Rafters, NVolf, Clark lloward, Richards, Trask, Gift, Clary, Kingsbury, XVo1'den, Calrke, Little Koontz, Crabtree, XVilliains, Carney, Reeves, Hiubbart, Calhoun, Hewitt, Gross, Friend Hielj Club The club meetings are held weekly, every other one being an informal 6 o'c1ock dinner at the Y. M. C, A. The programs ordinarily consist of short talks by business men as inspirations to the boys, followed by a twenty minute Bible study period. Once a month the club sponsors zi special high school assembly at which various students conduct an open foruni on questions of higher cliaractei' and phases of school life. This yegir representatives from the local chapter under the name of the "Junior Glunz Memorial Delegation" attended the District, Hi-Y conference at Independence. 'l hey found much inspiration in the meetings and as the second largest delegation at the conference brought home the much coveted Hi-Y shield. Interviews Were graciously given each of the boys twice during the year by at member of the Advisory Board, the members of which are: lvlesssrs. NVeathers, Fisher, Little, Reeves, and Born. In these sessions the boys became more closely acquainted with the adult view ot' life, and gave serious thoug,'ht to their life's work. April 13, was the date of the annual Ili- Yette dinner most successfully held this year ' at the "Y," C'liairman of coinniittees for the yeai":s ac- tivities were: XVorlrl Outlook, Blaine Glen- denningg Service, Harold Litllv, Pl'4:g:'I"11i, Russell Carney. liwsitleiit, ,,,,.. ,,,, l larry llulrbart Vice-Piwsicleiit, , lluseiel Carney Se-ci'elary ,,,,,, ,. NVilliam Calhoun 'l'reas111'er llarry llewitl Mr. Reeves, Sponccr V gypsy-- - -e -X xy we e e Runkle, Stout, Sheffield, Newcomb, Shillcutt, Spafford, Ford, Benedict, Johnston, Perry, Putman Linville, Odell, Roberts, Odell, Pease, Newberry Varvel, Killion, Turner, Fowler, Young, Tibbets, Smith, Golden, Hudson Drake, Adamson, Isbell, Whiteside Holland, Boatright, Motti, Guinn, Heitz, Fowler Orr, Fowler, Briscoe, Hale, Kensler, Harrington Dugan, Williams, McKillop, Thurman, Runkle, Hare, Quick, Coleman, Taylor, Roland, Harris, Kelley Home Economics Club This group was organized in October 1923 by Miss Helen Hudson and Miss Fowler, instructors in Domestics Arts and Science. Our Fort Scott club has the dis- tinction of being one of the two Home Economics clubs in the state affiliated with the National and State Home Economics Associations. The programs and activities of the club are such as will develop high ideals of the home and family, and study is made of the most efficient ways and methods of household management and budgeting. This year's service work Was the sewing and tacking of an attracive comforter, which was presented to the Public Welfare department to be used as a Christmas gift, and the embroidering with animal designs of six dozen napkins for use in the Goodlander Childrens' Home. The annual club banquet was held April 23 at the high school. The banquet hall was decorated in spring colors, and a , Dutch atmosphere with windmills and tulips i was carried out on the place cards and pro- grams. It was a gala event this year, made so by the presence of Miss Agnes Saunders, president of the State Home Economics As- snciation. who was the speaker of the ev- ening. A clever short play "The Klento- maniac" was presented, and a small orches- tra furnished music for the guests with Bess Bruce as a soloist. The Club president, Dorothy Runkle, acted as the sparkling t'The Club ...,.....,.,, "The Younger Girls 1 "Our "Our Oilicers ' ......... President ......,, . ,,,,,,,,, Secretary .....,,.,.,. Miss Hudson, Sponsor Treasurer ...... Reporter .,.. "The Senior Girls" ....,. ,, Mothers" ,,,,,,,,,,,, The club officers-Wu Vice-President ....,.,,,,,,, toastmistress to the following toasts: "The School" ........................ Florence Tibbitsg Irene Boatrightg Frances Varvelg Dixie Sheffield: Wanda Linvilleg Mildred Newberry. were: Dorothy Runkle Ollene Stout Wanda Linville . ,,,- Frances Varvel Helen Isbell Beagles, Scott, Miller, Jackson, Jenkinson, Myers, Friend, Hotchkiss. King, Kirk, Cooper, Benedict, Burton, Strong, Riley. Toner, Smith, Pressler, Singleton, Hildebrand, Lockwood. LC-3 Ccrc C-2 Francais Organized in 1921 under Miss Crowe for those interested in French, Le Cercle Francais, a club open only to students who have had at least one year of French, was formed. Being a foreign language organization, it functions with the usual object of developing a greater appreciation of the country's art and literature, and a deeper interest in the customs and social life of the people. It aims to make French vitally interesting and to give the students more than mere text book knowledge. The business meetings and programs are carried on in French as far as possible, so the members constantly familiarize themselves with the language. Short plays, stories, and sketches compose the programs along with French folk songs and anthems. The club's two social events were a chili supper the first semester and a more formal party in the spring. Several French Club representatives took part in the Foreign Language Contest at Baldwin, Kansas, May 7 and 8, with a French play and songs as their entrance numbers. This year the club was sponsored by Miss Jenkinson, and had as its officers: President ,,,,,.....,.,.,.,,,,,,,..,,....... Esther Strong Vive-President ..... .... V irginia Cooper Secretary .,,..,... ...... L eta Faye Smith Treasurer ..... ..... H elena Hotchkiss ' f.'22ef5ifag,' .gi by Q -f., V s g,,wL!fi:f"XN QV XVaters, llyle, Sheets, Steele. Buck, Camp, Gardner, Bowler, Huse, Ballow McCrum, Rhoda, Strong, Gooding, Bailey, Comstock, Ramsey, Braden, Niemier, Davis, Morrison Reineckc, Davis, Comstock, Neth, Catt, Sanderson, Howerton, Chesney, Bell, llencey, Gooding, Waltmire minc-:rua Club The second Freshman club was organized under the name of Mlrerva at the same time as its sister group, Athena. Throughout this year it functioned- under the leadership ol' Miss Hamlin, and had much the same type of programs as 'he Athena Clubi musical numbers readings, and SllOl't dramatizations. In its activities and programs the club carries out its two-fold purpose--to create a class spi1'it by bringing the members of the Freshman class together in :1 closer union, and to encourage the pursuit of literary activities through the prol grams given. Too much emphasis cannot be laid on the valuable practice the club members get from the parliamentary drill, and the training in dramatics and public appear- ance. Several of our best debaters have come from one or the other of these clubs and they say that the experience they re- ceived in their Freshmen club Work gave them their first real self-confidence. It is due al- most solely to the sponsor's activities that the clubs remain intact, since each Freshman class, on entering, forms an entirely new mem- bership With which to workg and workers must be trained. No list of club oflicers will be given since oflicers were chosen every six Weeks, and nearly every club member S91'V6Il in some capacity at one time during the year. Ethlyn Hamlin, Sponsor Dennison, Squier, Walls, Gross, Jones, Payton, Cowen Ginn, Newby, Davis, Crockett, Henry, Johnson, Frye, Mason Hickman, Hicks, Fisher, Tewell, Clary, Goss Portia Societu Corrtwponding to the Forum, tlie boys debating club, the -Portia Society, founded in 1922 by Mrs. Talbot to spcnsor forensic activities, and to interest girls in these activities. Its membership is dependent on scholarship requirements and is limited to twenty girls from the upper classes. In addition to the debates held as club programs, the girls discuss current events, recent plays, lives of important men, and school problems. Readings and musical numbers add variety. This year Portia actively supported debate not only by participating in the elimination debates, but also by selling tickets and swelling the attendance at league debates. Portia's representatives on the school debate team were: Mary Louise Walls and Elizabeth Newby. The first social event was a jolly Christmas party given before the holiday va- cation. At the end of the debate season came the big event of the year, the annual Portia-Fo1'um f1'olic. Here the feminine delegation effectively rendered the club booster song, "If You Knew Portia," to the ill-concealed envy of Forum. The impressive initiation ceremonies took place the last Week of school. The club sponsor this year was Miss Ginn, who, although new in coaching debating, ably directed the organization and made the girls anxious to begin another year with their "little sponsor." The two sets of otiicers this year were: lst Semester Marguerite Jones . Frances Johnson .. Alta Cowen .,,... Opal Dennison ...... 2nd Virginia Gross ...... Rosamond Payton Lolita Goss .,....... Leona Hickman .. Semester President Vice-Pres. Secretary Tl't'llHU1'l'l' President Vice-Pres. Secretary Treasurer M iss Gin n, Sponsor . Y MW., N Q R . , - K. - .Q - M.. . . . ., .. .. K Seagrave, Hubbart, Varvel, Carney, Glendenning, Carney, Runkle. Burge, Otto, Gross, YValls, Gench, Calhoun. Squier, Payton, Trask, NVorden, Livingston, Leffler, Hicks. Burge, Davis, Strong, Mason, Johnson, Fisher, Varvel, Odell, Newby, Williams. Pro and Con Societq This organization, besides being the oldest one, is one of the most efficiently organized and smoothly working groups in the high school. Organized in 1908 as a debating society, it functioned for some years in that form. Then, when oppor- tunities were offered to enter dramatics, they were seized. All along the way, be- cause of its high scholarship standards, its aim to secure as members the most de- pendable students and those who make the best leaders, Pro and Con has been a valuable mainstay in the student organization. Besides its annual three one-act plays presented in the fall, Pro and Con gave a holiday assembly, "Why the Chimes Rang", a highly artistic Christmas play, which met with such success that iupon invitation it was presented again at one of the down-town churches. WVell-prepared-, worth-while programs of general literary and musical character, consisting of dramatic sketches, book reviews, "bear-baiting", and current events along with the highly enjoyable impromptu talks form the bulk of club programs. Oilicers are elected every six weeks- to give parliamntary and executive practice. ,,,, H ,,,, M, MW-,wvvw W , The grand finale of the year came in early May when the annual P1'o and Con banquet with its toasts and menu carried. out in a unique theme, was duly held and enjoyed by the members. The club is fortunate in having for its sponsor, Miss Seagrave, one of the pioneer , , dramatic coaches and as staunch a friend as the organization could desire. She holds the club motto "Dependability" always be- fore the members: and by setting standards and expecting them to aim high, she fires A the students with ambition and determina- tion. Miss Seagrave, Sponsor Richards, Atkins, Tweedy, Reeds, Ford, Gayley, Keeney. Emmerson, Clarke, Rafters, Hardin, Sample, Crabtree, Schaffer, Little, Yeakle. Briggs, Ginn, Alexander, 0'dell, Briscoe, Scott, Vaught, Hunsicker, Carson, Blubaugh. Campbell, Koontz, Newberry, Harrington, Moore, Murfin, Doubleday, Runkle, Pavey, Societe-1s Latina The organization that has perhaps the greatest possibilities for research and study is the Latin Cliub, and it has made the most of its opportunities. Organized in 1921, it has steadily increased not only in membership but in interest and activities. The programs, of course, consist of subjects concerning Roman civilization and the relation of Latin and early Greek history to our modern history. Latin songs and stories furnish a great deal of enjoyment, and the review of short plays has been found quite interesting. During the year the club was favored by talks by Dr. Parisoe, Mr. YValters, and Dr. Young' all of whom have visited Rome and Italy and are well able to impart valuable information to the interested members, Miss Ginn, the club's new sponsor, was instrumental in the framing of three pictures, two scenes of Roman buildings and one colored print, "A Reading from Homer", which were hung on the Latin Club room walls. Turner, Keeney. Officers this year were: President ,,,.,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,........... Lorraine Tweedy Vice-President ..... .,... lt Iary Ellen Parisoe S9Q1'eta1'y ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, IX 'Ia1'tll2L Hill'tlll1 Treasurer .... Louis Blubaugh Miss Ginn, Sponsor Seagrave, Beatty, XVhitner, Beatty, Calqdmvell, Dixon, Bruce, XVilkerson, Langford Scott, Hill, Locke, llumes, Owens, Maxwell, Cullum, Parks, Young, Owens Dixon, Moore, Parks, Anderson, Locke, Young, Clayton, Young, Morgan. Jld Summa The colored students in F. S. H. S. have for several years been organized in a very effective group. Under Miss Seagrave Ad Summa was formed, its slogan P. E. P. CP1'omptncss-Energy-PerseveranceJ was adopted, and the club started on its way. Membership is limited by certain scholarship requirements-. The purpose of the club is to develop greater 5-elf-assurance and the ability to talk effectively, and to aid the stiudents in determining their particular ability and talent. The programs were arranged in order to give the greatest possible number of students practice during the year in readings, vocal and instrumental numbers, and play sketches. Always in meetings, which are bi-weekly, the club motto is eni- phasized not only to better the programs, but to carry those ideals into school work and into outside activities. There is a great deal of talent in the club, and it has been enjoyed throughout the year by students in other organizations. The assemblies and public productions hoped for by the club did not materialize, but in actual club work Ad Summa has had a very profitable year. The girls oi! the -club prescnteo quite a fine program for the Plaza Parent-Teachers' Association as an outside project. Club officers this year were: Pl'0Slli6l'lt . ...........,,,,,,.... .,.......,.. L iliian Scott 'Vice-President .,,, ,,,. I ,eola Owens S90-"'V1'92lS. ----f.f. ...,.. J une Humes Miss Seagravc, Sponsor 1.i-, -Q wk! J""'k. ,gm Q H f f C X ff ,J- .2 """'f-. fun... Forensic Forensic activities have always received great emphasis in the Fort Scott High School, and this year was no exception to the rule. The school recognizes that the contests gave valuable training in public speakingg consequently as many students as possible are urged to enter. Among the schools of South- " east Kansas, this school is noted for the number of students who participate in the preliminary contests, and for the invariable excellence of its H : Forensic speakers. Debate Three Seniors and three Juniors from the sixty students who entered the pre- liminary debate contest were selected as our representatives in the S. E. Kansas Debate League. The question was the state debate question: "Resolved that the Proposed 20th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States should be adopted." A d-ouble-'elimination system was used for the first time in the inter- school debates. In the first round, Fort Scott entered a triangular contest with Pittsburg and Girard. The negative at Fort Scott defeated Girard 2 to 1, but the affirmative de- bating at Pittsburg returned home with the short end of a 3 to 0 decision. The next debate was was a loosers contest with Chanute. Tying in the judges' decisions, our team made the greater number of points and- so won the right to debate with Iola in the semi-finals. The affirmative defeated Iola at Fort Scott by a 2 to 1 vote. However, the negative lost a closely-contested debate to Iola's home team. By reason of this defeat, Fort Scott was eliminated entirely. In the final round Iola won the League Championship. A new featurfe this year was the selection of a second team, which debating Iola's second team on April 9, avenged the first team by a count of 4 to 2, winning first place in both debates. Miss Overfield and Miss Shillington, the coaches, devoted a great deal of time to the teams and ,deserve much praise for their efforts. Oration Miss Seagrave coached the school orator, Paul G-ross, who delivered his oration, "The Challenge," an appeal for better American citizenship, at the League Contest held in Girard on March 16. Paul received only fourth place, but nevertheless his eration was so good that he is entitled to a great deal of commendation. As has been the custom for the past three years, Fort Scott sent a representative to Emporia, April 16, to compete in the National Constitutional Contest, sponsored by the Kansas City Star and other leading newspapers of the country. John Lardner, winning in the preliminary high school contests, participated in by 328 students, won fourth place at Emporia. Declamation In the S. E. Kansas Declamation contest, which was held, in Fort Scott on the same night as the oration contest was held in Girard, Benjamin Humphreys was Fort Scott's contestant. He gave as his selection Kipling's "Ballad of East and WVest," and won fourth place. Miss Seagrave was coach of declamation as well as of eration. 4 w 6 Gut Jlciivilies " 'Readin' and 'ritin' and 'rithmetic" Is what they used to say, But certainly that is not the half In F. S. H. S. today. We have our dramaticsg We must have our sportsg Without our music We'd perish. All work and no play can make Jack a dull looyg But Work that is play and play that is Work- Those things we love and never could shirk, Are things of great value, - Privileges cherished. True that it didn't used to be so, A But the world needs its artists and atheletes you know. It calls for its lawyers like old King Coleg But it needs more than three, and our very soul Goes with the debaters of our year. Out of the fostered seed marvels conie, None would have talents dormant, dumbg A musician among us may prove a star In the musical firmament-there you are- Special activities all have their place - In Education's onward race. Q, I 1 Will: x J- . y' 0 it grill? ,fa 54' 4' "K ., . . 4 , -1, ,vb 1 V ,:.,4f4P',! 'Q' Pl..-'-Z 'ft V' 4. ." -K' ' .ALB 'Y-1 'Y'-.x,, v' gn .IH I fs.:- u. V7 .-'11 , xa- A-f-N ,W .- .3 :-"'f'5 'E 1' ltd' 42. , .. -15 ,,. 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Yes, we believe so. 15: "Follow Us: Get a Scribbler," 2151.00 per year, Room 31. Remember how Mable Thompson blocked the traffic in as-sembly with the above sign pinned to her back? But Scribbler subscriptions sold like wildfire! 16th: Seniors all organized for the year's journey with Varvel at the helm. 17th "4-H" club carried high honors at Topeka. Old Fort Scott will reach the lime light in Ali Baba's cave yet! 18th: Hurrah! 'Tigers chewed Cherokee beyond recognition! XYhat did. l tell you about "Our Boys." 24th: Clubs met for first time this term. Leonice Eisher and Velda Cox won first place in a meat demonstration contest, winning a trip to the Royal at Kansas City. 25thI Big Sisters entertain their little Sisters with games and ice cream cones. Seniors, didnit those little folks seems to enjoy themselves? October: 6th: Seniors win Scribbler contest! VVe knew that all along! Senior noses quite elevated at the thoughts of having their pictures in the Scribbler. 9th: Another Tiger victory! Joplin Bears completely skinned! 16th: Tigers whitewashed College Highfif it's possible to whitewash with mud. 20th: Our dairy stock judging team wins ninth place at National Dairy show at Indianapolis, Indiana. V 21st: Debate prelimiharies start. "Ladies and Gentlemen, Honorable Judgesnf present static. 30th: Pro and Con plays a great success! Bad news-Tigers lost at Columbus. X ' 24" 1 ix l ia, 1' ,. xc. ., 9 1 V like X N Q ,"f-ew" , .'ff'W"'iiw+17'i'iQ1 -f v -fn PROP:-IELV opening in one of the blank walls of these nar "Here rolls the deep where grew the tree- O, earth, what changes hast thou seen! Here where the long street roars hath been The stillness of the central sea.', fTennyson. Shanghai, April 30, l940.---Yes- terday, with the idea of obtaining copy for the Press, I approached that vicinity of old Shanghai where the most extreme manner of oddities arc to be found. The rickshas of my- self and interpreter were set down be- fore a grotesquely carved. door, sole row thoroughfares. The door swung heavily inward, disclosing a dim passage and a respectful coolie. A moment later we entered a most singular chamber. I could discern only some remote, bloody illumina- tion, until a chorus of light broke from the odolous darkness and made lurid revela- tion. It was the fit den of a Chinese philosopher, full of the treasure of the fabulous East. In a black-wood chair sat my host, wizened, with claw-like hands, and muffled in sable. I found him highly educated, very eccentric, advocating old weird philos- phies. At length quite distraught he proclaimed himself seer of the Chinese but sensing my amusement, strode to a beautiful bronze Biuddah upon a blackwood table and and thrust into it some phosphorescent substance. As- I live, from the eyes, earys, mouth of that stupid Buddah wound a snake-like vapor in which I saw: ' A sweep of scenic country. In the distance a pretentious summer home. Strol- liiig through the grounds, Vera Kirkpatrick andgwho? Some stately gentleman. Next, an elegant art studio in Paris. Beulah Dorsey receiving royalty there. Bookstand in a Chicago terminal. Best seller, "In a Flower Shop on Mars," by Marjorie Davis. With handbooks, "Hints on Perry. Taking Care of Oneself," by Annes A billboard advertisementf''Richards-Tweedy Airplanesf'l'he Farmer's Plane." A theater announcement, "Thelma Thurman, in Drifting Down,"-A Gross pro-' duction." The ground glass door in a Dallas high school with the name, "Mildred Brown, Principal." Elizabeth Kingsbury, prima donna, idol of in Rigolleto. New York, receiving five curtain falls Eugene Post, second Sir Conan Doyle, lecturing in San Francisco. Interested listeners, Helen Roberts and Katherine Vvilson, spinsters. John Lardner, hard-headed editor of the New York Sun, sweeping manuscript into the waste-basket. The title sheet read,4 "Lost Suspenders," , A Tragedy in By Reeds IV Acts Albert Pease incarpet slippers: cozy bungalow firelight on that wonderful mar- cel. tThe adorable Leonice nearby.h Bus B1'oWn Still in F. S. H. S. taking what he calls a "Course of Time." Rio Bay washed by summer seas. On the beach Frances Od-ell and husband, some rich coffee-grower. Executive office at XVashington, D. C. Walter Varvel at the desk. The vapor cleared: a curious heavy scent chocked usgin the flaring light fierce dragons chased up the da1'k tapestrips. As we fled, the grinning Buddah swayed uncertainly. Strange are the ways of the East. They have shown me the way of the world with those I left at the door of the Past4The Famous Class of '26, Ethel Linthicum-Assoc. Press Correspondent. , 1 1.--ga-,,f'ff , - A' na., -,' 1. .,, q',ovsvvv+++ vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv.vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv+vvy.vffvfu . .tt,,f,,:,,I,,,!,,4 r 54 u6o+4n4+ an +43v,e+++a+++1++4w4+++4u+o504++,+v,+++++,o++4v4+o,+v4+5+at5454v4++4+v4++44504+++4+,++4++A4+4++4++445044 v4o+4+qr++,g5u+0++u++o.+vL4uAw44+4++.4 at ,A V? , r-5+ vn V ,A+ 34- 'iv 4. qs V Y cg: rg rg 5+ + v 31 4+ gf 54- rse nze- -ro fe DQ P Y 3. .2 Q sg. Z Ii 3+ 3. 3. .E+ 34- P14 34- vie Q4 rfb N- V+ 3 3 N- N- 3 - 4 3: The Home Of Standard Merchandwe jj 3+ 3+ vie v? 54' V+ 3 3 3: rf: Y Iii ff: 94 QQ Q. 4. 34- 72+ M pp 3+ 91+ 9, -r 3 sc. 5 + .gi C . gg gg Jongmtulatzons to the Class of gg ig? ,IQ 3: 31 34' via 3. ,L +g+ 4, 4:4 4, 'YQ Q' 4. tg: 'B' V4 5? 3+ +a .g. 'f' vie- . . . :iz 1:3 Our hue of Coats, Dresses, Mlllmery and Ac- 53 3, w . . . . 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' ea- g 4- On many a class room day, r F' ll '1 d d 9 ' 1113 y, We S1'Yl1 6 3,11 WOH GI' f r, Truly how We made -such blunders, 4, +5 A A Q How you ever stood such tests ,A Of patience, good-will, and the rest. ', ,D Tho' at times we thought our teachers N, Were reall turninff all to reachers l T ' ll 23 ! l Yet, at last we come to see 5 'Y ' Sv What you wanted us to bex , . ll! X lNeVer can We overrate you, ,Q ,, Teachers, we appreciate you! I Y. i ll A j 5 . 31,12 be N ,gg vYl+X4-Sv-hz' 4441+ '1 +14 ' ' ' ' ' I 'fukvfe+2442+14+X++Ioo1+oZo+XoI4+X4+14+X++I++1b+!4+f++Z+41+,I++X++X4+X4-vZ4+I4-+Xo+24-vZ++X+vZ++X4vie-upozatozoxozazn-vznzevxovp-4:4014'IMP 'I P+ ,4 3. 3 l +1 :iz iz? I , i ag- b J J af- 0? , 94- ptq Q 5' ' . Q 0? X Vi' it at ,ZS LLCCGSS 'M vi: 0 5 AJP :gr ' 1 Il- +4 , C 2 Ig. 56 ll . 9 K Al If we do'the best we can with what we have, then our success is as great- ' 'T7 'r as is that of those who have greater responsibilities. The greater benefits, there- N 1' X fore, a person has received, and upon which he makes no return, the more unjust if 13 , Q must he be. tg I l +4 Q ' ' AI E NVQ all need encouragement in our efforts to do our best. The church stands 5: 93 Y +2 as a doorway thru which we may receive the light of Divine help in our efforts 5 ti C :Z to do our full duty. ,I wx. L '? 3 if iq v4 1 F- If Stud-ents are cordially invited to attend 'f I 5" '? l N v I ,F 7? F25 . 'o' '4' . l , gig THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH gi' M :if E-my '4 1,925 ig- iv! , ffm El K i+'X++X+'X'+Z+'Z++X+'X+'X'+Z+'Z++X+'X+'Z++Z+'X':Z0!+'Z"XHX'+X+5f+X+'X+'X'+Z+'Z0I+'X+i+'X+'Z+'X+'X+'X+++'+"4+m"+Z'+I+'Z'+I+'X+'Z+'I'+X'+X'+X+'B 4+'X+'I+'!+'X+'!'+X+'Z+'Z+i' 'IHS '!+'Z'+lw 5 3 ,mil I t it A e. wcnutepp 294' Q, fr.:-Ha-:'f' -f ,J '41-ge' -- "ML ' . ' - " - .f X, vi, - a-, -- 5'f?...335K,,m:?f2?f1fS rsh 1926 at ' 15- "' V, if . 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No more finals! 4th: National llonor Society burned little candles in chapel today. Three :clit-ers! Two days vacation-faculty off to State Teachers' Meeting. 9t.h: Crimson staff chown with Miss McLean as sponsor. 11th: Armistice Day! Everyone over flowing with excitement. Did you see the big parade? If not you missed the sight of a lifetime. To top off the big: day, the Tigers defeated Pittsburg High for the first time in four years! The game! Variety! Siuspense! Victory! 13th: First, round of debate prelinlinaries. Judges find cliniination quite difficult. 16th: Atmosphere heavy with sadness. Coach Needham left for Kansas City. llow can the Tigers ever get along without hinx? 20th: Tigers journeyed to Kansas City and beat 'em. That game! Oh boy! Excitement! i nearly lost my Adanfe. apple! 23rd: Journalism class representatives return from the annual High School Newspaper Conference at Lawrence, brininiing over with new ideas for the Scribbler. 24th: Junior class day prograni, "ln XVitchcraft Days." Quite entertaining. 26th: Thankrgiving Day! 'Tigers defeated Parsons, winning' second place in League. 30th: Sleep! The world is peaceful! 401' 'Q"Z":' 'I' 'Z"'z":' "' 4' zvz' 'L' 014014014+'4014014014014014-014014014-014014014014014014014014014014014014014 014 014 0'. 3 4 0 4 0 4 014 +24 04 0:4 3. R U H E S 'z' 3. ' ' 7 .5 014 24 04 04 .3 CLOTHING STORE fi- 0 4 0 4 014 014 4 04 gg, Good place To Trade .5 04 04 014 014 04 . 04 Q. Phone 1094 10 South Main St. Q. 0 4 0 4 3 I :if FORT SCOTT. 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Na- tional Honor Society entertains Iola's chapter with a banquet. 10th: Everybody out to "Grumpy," Ju-Co play. 35th: "A wise old owl sat in an oak The more he saw, the less he spoke The less he spoke, the more he heard Why ca,n't we be like that old bird?" But our little owl, instead of on an oak, was perclimvl- high above the stage in the n uditorluni. 17th: Clubs as usual. 'l't-aehers rally at Junior lligh lor annual Cllrisiinuu party. 18th: Seniors' Christnias party proves great success! Santa Claus good to all-V even to bad "Jew," Zlst: Final preliminary debate. School teams chosen. 22nd: Santa visits the gynl. Girls Club gives Christmas party for delighted kiddies. 24th: Much talent shown by Pro and Con nienlbers in "NVl1y the Chimes Rang." Everyone strangely angelic. Xvhy? To please Santa, of course. No more school till next year! 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You will be surprised if at the values Spalding offers. '-' sf 5, +4 ,Q 2 MAKE your next suit a Spalding. +2 3 w Iii S: ? Q +4- tg +4- t +iQ +Q 3 'bf' +4- 1 +34- N , ' I 'HE SANDBERG DR G CO. 21: 'ij +24 + 1 +4 31 EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR SPALDING SUITS jf: 5 3 :S Opposite Masonic Temple Phone 203 +4- t +34- +4- 2 3' :Soy +1014 +f++X4+14+f4 +1014+X4+f4+I4+14+:++X4+I4 +X4+:4+:4+z4+X4+:++I4+X4+X4+X4+24+X4+X4+X4+I4+jg 7101014 +14 +1014-+14 +Z+iv +2 -+:4gXni++I4+fe+I4+z4 +14 61014 +14+14+14+14+I4+X4+f4+I4+X4+I4+14+X:2 +QQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQ 9 9 ? W A W N A 3 3 T 2 +4 +4 +4 -+4 1 ' 3 3 Compliments of ' ' v F t S tt Ig Ig 36 years continuously 1n 151 'z' Ol' CO 3' 'z' " 111 1? 1? the Me t B ' k 51 Kiwanis Club 15 131 3 usmess ma' 9811 +4 +4- +4 ,Q c 3 ti . . 3 I5 If. us efficient Ii Q ? Q A 54, S +34 +34 ,EQ 54- +4 +4 44 c Ql 3, 1 z 0,4 O 3 3+ +f Y 3: . Q jg Ig W .J c B ld 3. .3 Phone Us An order Ana Be 4. V +4 +4- ,v 32 e 5 W ,S .i. ,cj 3+ , W ff Convinced +2 Q 4, 4? 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Class Presidents drew cars by lot with these results: Freshmen, Chryslerg Sophomores, Rolls Royceg Juniors, Packardg Seniors, Ford. 19th: Track well on Way. Horray for the Ford! 26th: Senior King, Ralph Ober, and Queen, Elizabeth Newby, crowned mon- archs of Crimson Realm. The attend-ants were: Junor, V. G. Ange and Llucille Hol- landg Sophomores, Blonn Miller and Virginia Cooperg Freshmen, Buford Bowles and Mary Newcomb. Hurrah, for the Seniors! Afternoon classes were dismissed for the funeral of Miss Mary D. 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Erestooe Firestone Tires and Tubes Auto Accessories Gras and Oil 101 Scott Ave. Phgng 436 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q, Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 4A44A44444441V??VVwwQQQQQQQQQQQ Q N QQQQQQQQQQQQQW"''++V+++++ xiii... .. ki. ,... -. -..TNI .P T, '-'-55.1, ' 7.1" J L72 V . "all: fs i , Ti -il','-'Qfli1liij:iiL. Safelq Last Lies slumibering here one William Lakeg he heard the bell, but had no brake- Detroit News. At fifty miles drove Allie Piddg he thought he wouldn't skid, but did.-Rome Times. At ninety miles drove Eddie Shawn: the motor stopt, but "Ed" kept on.-Little Falls Times. Here he sleeps, one Johnny Fonkerg he rounded a tiurn without a honkeiz- Scranton Scrantonian. Down in the creek sleeps Jerry Bass: the bridge was narrowg he tried to pass- Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader. Beneath this stone sleeps William Rainesg ice on the hill: he had no chains.- Harrisburg Telegraph. Here lies the body of William Jay, who died maintaining his right of way.- Boston Transcript. Here lies all that's left of Harryg at the railroad crossing he did not tarry.- Railway Life. John William Jones lies under this thistleg he didn't heed the choo-choo's whistle.-Railway Data CNew York.J Daring Dan at the crossing diedg he didn't win, he only tied.--High School Crimson. 'X'1444644410424402+102-92fbZ++z4-0:4-U24-02914-+:o+Z4vX+r:+u:o5' ':"x"':"'x":"':"'z"':":"'I'g'q"'z'g":":0z":"z":''Iwi' 'X' fu? E+ 0? Fd Q4- f+Q U30 '00 O 5.0 -YQ N' 4+ '4 3 Fd 3 3 no .3 5' 3: 3: Z' 31 55 :P ffl 31 v-11 3 E fi in 0' S P 9+ 5+ Q 'P U2 B rio -axe G5 5 CY. vi- via Z Q 9' 3 so via U1 5 O ' Jo sto pq 4 3 E: . -so so Q gh Q 50 ste Q 5 5 so 51az.Qfg-we ,,,i'w1-je t. :rl gg Q QI UU E. Li. 3 G gd Q , . 9 2: 55.2 maggie sae 1 4. E .-.- :Q W CU :U ,E+ .5 Veg 3 Q B. Q P 93 N- -up N ga 4 4 Q Q p m w 41 4? Q 8 V' Q I S 3 tg I 31 5, gg 2:4 ' g 99 3. ff 5 ,d 2 3 . +341 gi Cf' wiv 4 yi be E- m o rg 5 3 2: 5 UQ , 'Z 3 E? N, .I 4 4 4- 35 ef . 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' 12th: VVO1llCl1'S Relief Corps presented Fort Scott High Schoolwith 21 beautiful Seniors sense uuotlivr thrill---tliat of ormleriiig their invitations for commence- Illellt. ntertuiiiing one-act plays i11 chapel. 1 College Freshnien won! Hurrah for l5th: .lu-Co 'l'l1espi:111s give two Very e 16th: Illtbl'-CIRISS trzick nieet. Junior Ju-Co! 19th: The Dragon! Oh! Don't be frigl1te11ed4it's only the Public Speaking play, which was as CIll.Ql'l,Llllll1lg as any dragon 'could be. 20th: Girls Club party. Coininon sense ---girl accoinpained by lolypop. Dignity? A-llillll! 2211d: P1'e1i111i11n1'y music contest. Three cheers for the Music Departinent! 231'd: Home Economics club entertained with at delightfiul banquet. Eats? 0, boy! 26th: Something different-Hi-Y had charge of assembly. 30 and 31st: 01'chcst1'11 went to Pittsburg. 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Election of officers. 13th: Special assembly. Presentation of athletic letters. Freshman-9th Grade party. 14th: Senior Class Day. Crimsons distributed! Seniors again pampered--dismissed forever from all the work of a high school student within the walls of All Baba's cave. 18th: Ali Baba's cave closed--until Friday, 21st. 19th: With the proceeds of "DaddiyLong Legs," the Juniors entertained the Seniors with a wonderfully successfiul reception. Not such a bad class after all- those Juniors. 20th: Last great thrill in the life of a Senior--Commencement! And in ad- dition, the overwhelming thrill which no other class here ever has had or ever will have-that of being the first class to receive their diplomas beneath the spacious roof of the new Memorial Hall. 21st: Final assembly for school year of '26. Literary awards. Then, with a stead air, Ali Baba Shideler, steadily yet somewhat sadly, gazing towards the great exit of his wonderful cave, from which poured his friends of 1926- Faculty, Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen-bids them. all a fond farewellg and, reverently bowing his head, breathes over them a prayer of blessing mingled with hopes that they may all return to obtain more wisdom and sagaciousness fraom the treasures stored away in the tall, dark halls of his dear old Den. "Close Sesame!" Our Advertisers Who helps the Staff to foot the bills, Aids us to overcome our ills By giving ads with all good wills, Our advertisers! Whose help then should we recogfnizeg Of whom shall we buy our merchandise? Who must we surely paltronize? Our advertisers! I l . , .,.,, ...1.-.-1-.- . W -ix . 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Biology H r- -:f . ..x.iL,11' HL .N 3 X ' 37 'K '5 4. Charles D. Erickson, A. B. Josephine Lantz, A. B. Coach Girls Gym a 1 r N 1 r David T- LHWS011, A- B- Mary Jenkinson, A. B., A. M Glee Club Spanish, French Earl MCC1'aY Orchestra I LJ - 5 , " ', , . . 's ' - - Wifi ' ' M..A...,..-,,, ,,f-'QML' lg-,s,,,,,, V K ,,,, ,,,n4,,,M, . H , vvv x 'ju ',f " MQ: I I ,.j'4-.4 , ,- R ugigzf. Sqiemgfes Sara Taylor Lee Bishard Isabel NVright Marquis Alderman I vi. ,f L Leta Dorsey Mabel Ruffin Verna Ater Enid Dunlap Claudia Brant Ernest Morrison Forestine Goo-ch Earl Strader l '- :ii l s - AJ 1 ., Wfgsf- f li Minnie Hare Raymond McCru1n Jessie Hart Bert Carter Doris Lutes Cecil Nichols Emma Snyder Matie Marie Scheiiner Marian Martin Albert Pinkston Elizabeth VanVe1zer Ruth Mcliinnis , . .. , Q ' ' t A . VW5, - gi,i:llY,11 ,- , Euler Johnson 312111211111Sh06l1121k61' Elewnor Hedges ALinnctt VV1'uy Ads-lin Mc:D0wol1 Yvillllil, Linville L2LV61'11t? XVhite Virginia Hudson Jllilllitil Power F1'ecle1'ick Nlitchcll Evora U111Sf6z1d John Davis mfriri if-if-:fs-mf, . e i W to ' Gladys Rose George Hoskins Louisa Lunceford Ruby Holleran Pauline McCrum Ralph Richardson Edna Mason Junior College Officers Owing to the size of the Junior College, the classes are not dividedg but the Freshinan and Sophomore classes co-operate in all activities. Half of the officers are chosen from the Sophomore class, and half from the Freshman class. The officers for the year 1925-26 were: President .......,. .... L ee Bishard Vice President ,,..., ,.,. K enneth Briggs .1 Milli ff' EJ? ..3 ,,z Wife! 'Q V535 '3 J i L if 9 . ll l:9Q""F-ll iifvffg ! l f'-3 I: XS . l H' f Y-if sigilff 'i75Q'1J1 ff il .glial E '71 ii in 3 if fix! M: 24511 V524 Q .El if? fi! Eff- fy' 'fkfrfil . , . I, 1 SEEN ,Siu y H, ii fl Y, v Y f ,. A ,: ff A .f'.' .,A, I-" ,. qw? A, .- 211 Q ,iiefi I 'sfff .M 3. .il I i tfjii f O .' YL EYE-' f ?f'Q'5Y if swfif Y A F 1 :lj gi ifflui VTP! Wil XY :P y iwgn i fm l is i :WZ :gear filfl 65553 42 fc lift Secretary -'w4- Jessie Hart ,APM Treasurer ..,.. Ruth Potter :ying ' gil I1 fe V k F V V V L winnu. LZ' 'A""'21QE?f1::,-":,?"'Ziff-'14 "e" :T'if",i,'f"153'h"Pe' M V ' f 'A X 'wififff L' J xx , , g: 7. i - w f f , i , Fr eshmc-an C Mary V:1nBuren Ruth VanBuren Pearl Unmstead X Oliver Welch Charles Wogan Lloyd Grubb M 0 W1 wi 1 l r r ' f cf l l 1, l l 1 I - F. I Katherine Lewis Mary Coon Edna Embry 1' Evart Odell Watson Marble Merle Odell X G I -QA Q' r-f 14. If N' I ' yi U l Q 0 Hamlet Haltnxan Paullne Call Fledellck Commonb Dan Sheehy 011VQ Strong Ruby VV11l1fo1d Ev-'Eu l " Wy an A" is ,Q Q Q- ' 25 .,',' in r L . .,,, ..,.---E..., ,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, n ,,,,, ,,,mwMWm.QX--, , ,Y Y 4 ffff ifzi ifiifii lf' 1' r Kathryn Hughes Annie Marie Miller Nadine XVhite Raynard McCormick Harold McComb Kenneth Briggs l . , Wilma Foote Carolyn Walker Ruth Joel Victor Walker Earl Kelley Ross Cobbs Hilton Wogan James Crockett Hui-old Dunkerton Helen Kent Mildred Maguire Jennie Snenehorgoi iigig ' "' "" T- 1131 "":i' 'h'muN. "Q"-'gi fI.il11-lIiZl'li? ,ij'f' -eff., , 'i2Ql?2- Lf ,Q 1 law, Qff,ii.,, no lei-fi .W l"" i x Q K 4 - ' - YY J4?'f"- ft' 114.ef-4-----4-Y-xi?-'-.y .gif 6 Q ai? gf . V E Xl sw 9 1 .fx O, 1 w 1, Maude Ilarrar Elta Rose Helen Trotter Ih:r1111'd Piotrowski Albert Quick Erma Marzolf N X , I Lo K-- il K J v 'f ! V ' Ruth Potter W'ilma Kipp Garland Atkins Russell Davee Mary Blake-ley Gladys Drake t N lxxlv N , f Q. LYNN, Q i L- x.,- ff A ML? N V '55, N f Sy . W 1 1 it Jw 1 Faye Taylor Frances Montee Frances White . Donald Schafer Edwin Myers Guy Taylor Q h-m-gM--- ., I f fe -M W-, ..,:.,,,,J-t.,, l M M o , Q w .- Awww y Xi.,,,,,,.,,,,,:::,,,.,..aml,z,,,1t.. X, , A, o M , I ,X e 2:-3 X . s 5 3. ,.., ,, .N ,. 'YZ M igg H, fi i ,- e : L.: 1 ff"1'. ,V , - "1 'VM l "' , Iii! 125 A, 2 2 A f x 5.5. , A-1'.,I3i 'frm 1 f 555 .g 5-5 I , 'F a?i'..,5'i? 4-57,7 1 'Q'1'f'55 , i,,.,, ., . H3251 ,, y.. wg f Z' 1: ,, Mg, 1 me T355 'f ,i , 5 fi I' mfg! Nj, lt .ll a Fl 5 f 7-1,5453 W- mg ' H1 514p::Ag,fs . ,ji . ix Q, J: ff .ggi fr glylff 'v Q Q 1 xml. : xx -i 1353- mg fs, 21 M51 if I I , A, X Sing Tvs! 5fYff3 W W' siQNf1i:E2e ,va if ' u.. j wi, 511923 X Nil if xkxxfl ii 1' 5: 225' -:1'Qf-F17 'E' - 3515? ' --.hilfix ..-..., ....... -. , , ,-W-p - ..,.., f, 0, - ,,,, , 1, , -.,.,.,.. ,, "N'T'f'M' ff -ff'-:ff---'AM-fm:-4--NX ff -. iff ' A- ' e , - '-avi! H-.q5?,ff'I!ff3' M.e5Z.cf'?fv1P. W3 3,1 ee fegrw--Ks f- 5 V Egg-jfjfh-wi, '-4:13, ,.f',,1:'TP-..,.w' g,,-4...-Cffikgrn , . 1- - - A 4 ak- mf 1. a Q -- M-1-ffeIl-"""""'--f----H..'4"L.--...:g1':LtT:1t1'?:::rj :tiff - - f-fe - f - Katherine Jennings Ruth Benedict Georgia Hollergn Chl-ig Reynolds William Ruddell R1ChHTdS Hunter 3 .5-gLjm""f'fI'."e'Hn'-L'g,5ig3i'j'.,.:::3gi,g,5fi,.5L5F,gk.4QLIZil-'.1:5,gzzijgei:..':':g'...'::r:':1g.-N3:-1-'ilut::L1'15 ' j ' V 1' ' '- y 'w1'if'afff?iJ3 1:ffaf'i, eras?-sf W9 'fseie 1 J di-35? K-Lei-'fu fgeff. . .. ,ilf, -2:.?5Q5"f' AN., ..-,.,.,".if'fi1 . . , .ff"f'Q.i" ,gag 1 ff? gf, fv F y Qw 'UW1 I 'A f ,.,, W,,, A X if L A jk f 577'- 5 Q ,X fig 3,4 fam F Y M2 QW W Wiki ll! fi 1' X ll ' 1 4 I tit 2753535 Elf E Kev lift? 1 'rl 4 , I , Junior College Play, December 10-11, 1925 fi ll I1 it Qrumpq lififg it i dj Cast X415 A ffl! Mrs, Maclaren ,,,,,A,,,, ,,...,,... ...A.- I S 211391 W1'18il1t wi ' , . Zjfaf Virginia Bullivant ,---, ,,,,,, I X21Yh1'Y11 LQWIS Hx-R it Doctor Maclaren ..,,.. - Ralph RiCh?11'dS0l1 Keble U Charles Wogan 'KV Q, """""'-"-"" U -I ul ', Sugan -,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...,..,...... lv Iary Coon F534 Mr, E1-nest H91-on ,,,,, ,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,, . . Richards Hunter i 6 Mr. Andrew Bullivant CGrumpyJ ..,,. James Crockett Mer,-idew --,A,, -,rA A lbei-11 Pinkston VN, ' 'Ibfli Dawson .....f- Bernard Piotrowski LIE Mr, Jarvis --,-, Ernest Morrison n is Ruddock ,,l,,,,,,,,,,, Raymond McCrun1 'fi Mr I- W If Bert Carte- KVQN . saac 0 e ----- ,.,---,- A H 1 1 f M ,si Vi'-.m. Staff 'Efbnl X IW Business ,..,,,,.,.. ..,... C lifford Jolinsmn ,, W Properties ---- Bernice Bamlmmgfil' +9 iz? Advertising .,... . Virgil Gordon Stage ..,........ Bernice Bamberger Costumes ..... ..,. lN Iary Jenkinson Q I X Electrician .---- William Ruclilell RM Pl'0'IY1DtQl' ,... ........ J essie llalrt ar' 'u W Curtain ----- VVIQ, E dwin Myers 1. x W 3 A COHCI1 .....,.-.......,,.,..,.,........,,,,,,...,,.,.,,....,,., Gzlhriellzt Pratt A' ll...h.., ,,.., ,:.,:.,,,4- W W, f 1 V, , W Wm, .Y,,.L A.hlAwx,M+-.vwdwurum 5 G Tea' iY5"'g"fr-""-:,."fgx Q ' X ' ' '- is .. or v-41 if-if to fff C 1926 serv L'- ' 'W 7'7" "H" 'W' "" "' ""' ' "" -f 'W " - 'ff nJ..L,L1.-. l i x i 1 . o' H Q -Lf st. Cngaig gh :Q l A ' X 5' . . ' ' X., J w-,lf f M3 -, W 4? Q 5.-19 si " x. 1' Q PM X41 X, as is WGN "L 1 ly ,if is I 'leg 1 - '1 gfgx - J W e if Q 2 Stradel' Piotrowski Squier Reynolds 5 ' ,M yi, Debate Egg, lf' This ear the persons chosen to represent Fort Scott in debate were: Aflir- X , .gil Y ,s , mative: Chris Reynolds and Earl Strader, Negative: Lois Squier and Bernard 6 1 Piotrowski. They debated on the question, Hliesolvedz That Congress should adopt YM Colonel Mitchells' plan for a single department of national defense in the cabinet N L with three equal branches of army, navy, and air." f' ' ,v , l all wi X 'Q' In the preliminary debate, our Affirmative team debated the Ozark Wesleyan QQ , NN Negative Team at Carthage and received the decision, and our Negative Team debated N the Ozark Wesleyaii Affirmative Team at Fort Scott and lost. .t, 2 , The final debate for the championship of Southeast Kansas was held between ' ' the Fort Scott, Parsons, and Arkansas City Junior College. Our Affirmative Team 1 debated Parsons at Fort Scott and lost by a 2-1 decision, while our Negative Team ' w defeated the Arkansas City Team by a 2-1 decision at Arkansas City. 5. , . N w The contest was very close, Arkansas City '. MY. ' Winning the championship 'by a small per- 'I centage on the personal average. .f w Mr. Clifford Johnson coached the Junior l l J c X College Debate this year, and much of the Q success of the debate was due to his constanl ' X C A1 Work with them. ,ak 4 ' 'L it ,, 0 - ss 4, sl Q 4 i - U 5 I K N Xa VDKV -4 E monte Clifford R Johnson Coach N 'YT X. ' x , c ff , ' , . ,Q 0 Y ' ' t 5 ' ,,.. ' a. ,, , . s-sf, .-"VT-,fs 2--25-Y :Q-'J , ,- ' V f -N-me-ei-Lf-M-H:::.:,f- 1: 'rf-9--4-:z Vg,.f"f:,'ffrir:c::,.1:T:fT:::.g1ri'.s?9-,,il,-zhzfg-SifzglggzrfQjiiir 7, Y fd L J -a W ,Q it .... C Q1 C , 1 -, T Q, Menoopgj wr:-42 13. . . ,W . . ll S , .e-,,te.. -am . . C C . iff!! -0. o X J gi 1 1" c Z l X 1 9 4 1 2' 94 N S, c. 15 r X 1 6 0 Q. 4 4 5 ., K Wogan Morriscn Oration and Dc-:clamation This year the annual Junior College Declamation-Oration Contest was held at Independence, April 20th. Students from the Arkansas City, Independence, Par- sons, Coffeyville, and Fort Scott Junior Colleges entered in the contest. Our declaimer, Ernest Morrison, showed the talent we all know him to possess, and won first place in the declamation contest. His declamation was a selection from "The Melting Pot." Although our orator, Charles Wogan, won only fourth place for his oration "The Common Man," he delivered it so well the Fort Scott Junior College might well be proud of him. Our forensic contestants this year have PM "--i'- ""i A -1f" - --w--- VH" worked hard for their school and have been successful in upholding the standards of their school. The coach of both Declamation and Ora-- tion was Miss Ina Seagrave, and much credit is due her for the showing these contestants made. Miss Ina Seagrave, Coach Lwsnnte 1 'fa i . V li xg? in f fi! Fl lb .A l we iw! ,aa SV T' '. Y V9 7' 'HE +9 tl' fb F '59 gm '-ffl ,I iff!! of l M D lt' 9 f ,ia ll 'ff' s Q. we S6 -nh FY? N x D IU 'Jr' P+ X o be .U A S S Z 1926 r wf1.JFsfrmf ' 1 1 4 ll'1'3'l9f?1Ti E XA-4. afzelitwz- A VA Thespiau Dramatic Club OFFICERS ' .- President ..... ......,. . ..,... .... I S abel W1'ig11t Vice President IDI- Raymond McCrum Us Secretary ..... .,.., R uth Potter Richards Hunter Treasurer ..... 1 The Thespian Dramatic Club was organized December 17, 1924 by the cast of the annual Junior College Play Hurry, Hurry Hurry." The oflicers for that year A were: President Ward Stalnaker' Secretary-Treasurer, Leota Pease, Business Man- l ager Jacob Hubbard. Another activity that year was the production of "The Dancing Dolls. b f The purpose of the club is to promote dramatic interests in the Junior College, t I N aw: ' I 0 in .'i -s Q l cr' T T' ' , Q gs. 4 . . X p f ix ' i Q as .J 59 3 ' E 4' 1 E if .Mx , I ez' L 'if L 'il ri? 'BT ,Q H , Q if ' , I up ff' A T' rf. N F, ki encourage and develop dramatic ability, study present day drama, and work for Junior College advancement. ,QQ M The club meets each Wednesday at a 'noon luncheon, and monthly at an even- V, ing meeting for a social and for walking rehearsals. This year the club celebrated N its first birthday with a Christmas party given at the home of Richards Hunter. of 2 y . xl The membership of the club was first limited to eight men and eight women. Q Later, it was limited to ten each with an eligible list from which members may be f' My drawn as vacancies occur. , ,D Ml 'YQ-7 1' W . Epi vs The annual play for this year was "Grumpy" which was successfully played 58 sl two evenings. 1 . if 54. The club has gained membership to the Drama League of Ameri-ca, and to ff H, the University and College Players. , ' wk Y' . . , . I . i 'IE A The chief dramatists stu.died this year were: Shaw, Moliere, and Isben. Many V Qgdx E current plays have been reviewed. The club magazines are: "The Drama" "The Q Theatre Arts" and "The Players." The club has added several excellent texts to the . , library for reference material. 1' l ' t ,rg 5-17 '- ll ' Q. I 'al we D 1 . ' T . l 5 , u A L' ' V V xy EJJEDDLEY V . - 4' - ,"f' e Q fi' JT' L t. ,W .. 1926 '4 ?i'1 7'5fNf1- if 31 F' i xl. lr 'i s S , . I 1 - . l A. ' --f f- --- --fm 4:27:13 rw.-. ,, ,.,, ,, Y lf fm f 'W " -- 1 fx.:-g.gg3.4g, 53 4' , -ff ..4'.4:4:g::.g:1'v-fr:--frff-:f',.. 41175-rg, -fs ff- Kyra,- P1 4 fill ...--.. -Fw h,.., ,-.,,,,--- X, -4 ,Y V ., in , -,, --,-..,,..,..-.,,,,,q,,ri , A N , , 'N X k ll u fa Q57 in fi A If ' fn K 1 lg M i . x 9 gi ,, , gl ml lx will k' 'I Mx-ff - QM! fi qi :XS Q 'Ji JJ- ,:-x,,- will l A -Q if ww 4, 0:61 . Jem, ,li .V ,xml bg'v. Nun. .9 '1 f il ' -1 'EK , 1 ' P51 . " ' 3 i wa r yi, r, sv l A Q' aftffii , f, " ls ff 1 5 V 51 ii I fl o r i ' I il urflfr Q -J . x iff KQQEJ A .v LL 'K H , A ,. Y-K9 J 1 1 ' My N ' . V A' ,WU I -4-I I ' F ' M lg CI R fi 1 Gabriella Pratt, Sponsor ' ' 'Q fl IIN-Fl 7 5' T7 1: E N iyfzqg 3 ,Q r f rl it rf! '15 .if V,',. , Garlzlnml Atkins M' ,. 1 i ig 5 Q eg i X 5 3,53 , ,, l Riclizuwls Hunior 'K M Faye Taylor a TJ iii : Kathryn Lewis le - 11 7' in no 15 A ,' . Charlvs XVogun W A James Crockett, V Y "E ,Q LZ ,f y 3 k7,, fy 1 . Ex 3 L.-'fnlxiffj "jr ' Yvlllllll Kipp il If if 'Z 1- " ,N 24 ' if f4jpg:. .,.' 4 1 i ' Virginia Hudson fig 'X 5 ' F Fi ' , q."'J MVN ' Ziff Ralph Richardson 43 1. ' l Iixfigl ' -l Albert Pinkston 1E.f,z...?i x ':f3.'i7f fi il l Gladys Drake If 41 , -Q 4, we M 1 if ' If ig A, I Ruth Potter V Q 'Y l Hifi h 1 ,n . I - 5- 51 Jf"f1 1 '22 7 , Frederick Conunons ,,,,. , I . , . ffqf gf z f J ,ffjv V Z' ' Raymond BI-CCl'lllll ' Li me Jessie Hart 1 li l A' Q. I . if 2, y Pauline BICC1'lllll V 'J' .- 2' 1 4 ' 7 " Bert Carter ' 4' K Ei? 2 B' " . ' g N231 , . A ,N Ernest, Morrison lqgff. X ' 'w f W jj Mary Coon , ' , ' . F f i ' Isabel NVrigl1t ' W ff ' Q' ,gl . , 11 f 2 il ' nf, 5 13, ' ,f fl fl I jf ,ff if 1 1 L9f?"4'l:'f5ff"d51 o ff: y , -. ,o -- An- f " 7 ' fii'T.ff.f'f,1 gj,l'?f'.lQ N f . . ,Y.. ... ....,... , .,-.,-....,-.-.. ..,,..... ..,, fi 'sp-x j' h,r,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,i , I , . ' ' w , ' V . v . ' ,- W 4 2 53 p .Q Z .404 PIQRQQN 2 4,24 lQY,4-lbhdgie, fl? 5 I 191 1 ' -A . gg.. .5 n as-07 we? fl! i I f f , . ' f l rl 9 fa i- E iii e Sc-:same Club fe l l 1 D ' V - President ,... .... M arian Martin l ' ' V . 4 4 Vice-P1-esiaent ..-- ,,,, R uby Williford .-x 4 Q y ..,. .... a ay oi l Secretar Sar T 1 ' 0 ' . G Treasurer ..... ...... M ildred Maguire ls, .,' x 41:4 3235 " The Sesame Club, first organized in 1920, was re-organized this year as a girl's I? ' 3 lun-cheon club with a membership limited to thirty, meeting alternate Tuesdays at ' - the school cafeteria. Another change was also effectedg the vice-president was I placed in charge of all programs, a duty which she handled most efficiently. 1 il Q 1, Besides the regular meetings, Sesame has accomplished other things of interest, if such as presenting an assembly program for Girls Club, planniing and making a float , ' , for the all-school parade during Dairy Show Week, and entertaining at a Christmas ' an party at the home of Mildred Maguire. f ,xy ' Perhaps the most important thingaccomplished by Sesame this year is the suc- .- in cessful sale of the Junior College pennant stickers. The results of this sale were so ,lv 'T satisfactory as to warrant making the sale a yearly affair. if vs -A . 1 q ll az- T155 g 8 vi '- ' 1. 'fi 'I Sh 2' it X2 ' . . S W :n 3 o ., Q el, vs p . W E""E"'fFE. it v 9- 5 ' ., 4. - 'e-.. . , ,., ' , Q p XE-'JZ .. 1926 P ' 1611 uf if - , r,, v- r 1 , 1 1 , 1 w f 1 f 1' v i 1 1 Y 1 Y A . r j "5 . TA C y 5. Y , i. X! Y V 1 x fi 9 . 1- rg I xfi , ,4 . -:, .f fig ,J 'x :lg 1, 3' 1 , , 5 . :K 'e Y W 1 I i W K - x ft, sw- . . . . so ..-.. L :JN , , - ' W I ' g I fr ?34' av4,q MHRO ON f !:4911'!5bh'fZ1 -e 1 , ful it i ' "" i 'e or ' e r T '..' . Q: I fi? f A is Qyfjgiffl E7 . f A ' lflfiill W 'Cp aff f .fu g-'25 if x i -4 w. 3 'x Ll ' 1? . eq ff TJ"3.rII r f..f.W X E '-:i"E- fl iifffffi wail?-1 Gtr ,E -4 ls v iiiaslrgg if r' fi' ii. 'E x,it.1,'5 w-'.'i:.lfl ilfffal ,V-'firf-N "'-23 t fsxfl 3, X Vi 154,395 15 if 'Qi Wg ELSE, 3 l l ll' le? 1 2.5613 fi 1? if-J' 255511 , . , . l ,li gf . 1, .l ale' IT iff .f .Q Miller Shoemaker Reynolds Marble Taylor Hunter C. Wogan Cobbs Bishard Briggs H. Wogaii Myers Welch Alderman Mitchell McComb The U. TH. C. A. The Work done the past year by the Junior College Y. M. C.. A. has been essent- ially that of pioneering and trail blazing. The organization of such an association in Junior College has been a unique adventure, there being only three of the kind in the state, including Fort Scott. The details of its organization here have been necessarily of its own invention in order to meet the conditions of the particular school. There is no doubt but that the association has filled a need felt in the college. There has never before been a men's organization of the kind in the college with the purpose of creating a-nd expanding a Christian fellowship on the college campus. Accomplishments have not manifested themselves in a great many outward ways yet but they have been made. The aims of the association have not been those of attain- ing large numbers, but rather of working in small numbers in an effort to fulfill 5 1 n .E fel 13 S ' 1' at ul' I I I4 1 8 I sl if sz. P" l .f f I I :fr 2 v ,m , tif L 7 if 1926 vw fw iiefvlf v Q definite purposes and ideals. , ! C C fffx ' EF- " The Work of the association this year has been under the competent direction -'gill of Mr. A. VV. Miller, sponsor, Mark Alderman, president, and Richards Hunter lf 5 5352 elected president for next year. ' rf 43, 25591 Y '. 5 . iv Flwgigglf- - V-M- v' b V . ,f . f. mv-fm, . W , Y . s moans. N .. , 171 5 N x.,f .-XL F35 I J J 7 - 4' -,,4 'f-xi A -W- if'J4Yl4 ..QXfZ',Qf.1Hi-:i'f", i gpg ,. YF' ' """"' it AM... I w N N w l Y il i ,g -4 H ' lf V-,get A Football Schedule Ozark Wesleyan College at Fort Scott Coffeyville Junior College at Coffeyville 10111 Junior College at Ft. Scott Pursjons Junior College at Fort Scott Iolu Junior College at Iola Pittsburg Teachers Reserves at Pittsburg Parsons Junior College at Parsons Opp. 13 0 7 6 19 53 21 Ft. Scott 0 6 6 0 6 0 0 M1 , , 4 1 5 3 4, Basket Ball Schedule Opp 1"ittsburg Reserves at Fort Scott 31 Iola Junior College at Iola 42 Parsons Junior College at Parsons 41 Chilocco Indians at Ft. Scott 24 Independence at Fort Scott 29 Coffeyville at Coffeyrille 17 Intifependence at Fort Scott 29 Garden City at Fort Scott 19 Arkansas City at Arkansas City 43 Cliilocco at Cliilocco 12 Coffeyville at Fort, Scott 16 'Parsons at Fort Scott, 30 Arkansas City at Fort Scott 29 Kansas City, Missouri Junior College at Fort Scott: 25 Iola Junior College at Fort Scott 31 Total 414 2 . Ft. Scott 25 22 29 38 38 38 38 50 26 24 30 29 31 29 34 470 BHSIQETBHLL Ylll-lli or 1926 A T i Q 4 I Q af 35, f , I, A 41, 'f 5 . ,,.. . .A xi my if 4 k'. K el . f t C. m k F . , ... F . ,, ar . I X , 'Vi A' A - iff." - A Q25 ' LEU, t X? 5. . . p A Wi y .TSX nip , V W .fe at . 5 X 1 4 ' is X P - 4 i 1 . A I, " - Eh Q. if :Z f 1 ronwaxzn. cnvmm ff l 5, if X , 1 . -1 - t il lj -1 -o'nsr.L- -nerves - - mac-ee' XX ff PJHKSTOH woaeri NQCORNICK GUBRD' CENTER wana . Guam: C51-tree FORWHRO Although he had only two letter men, XVhite and Pinkston, from last year's team, Coach Dee Erickson produced an aggregation that finished the season with third place in the Kansas Junior College Conference. This year there were more hard teams in the conference than ever hefore which makes the team's success a greater achievement. The team started out from home hy losing' their first two conference games to Iola and Parsons. Their first victory was over the Chilocco Indians in a non-con- ference game that started a series of victories over Coffeyville, Garden City and Independence. The four hardest games came in the last three weeks of the season. They were with Parsons, Arkansas City, Kansas City and Iola. Perhaps the most exciting' game of the season was the Arkansas City game, when Fort Scott gave the league leading Arkansas City ball team a 311-29 heating. This was the only conference def feat suffered by the leaders. Captain "Dick" VVhite and Raynard McCormick held down forward berths and made things hot for the opposing guards. Captain-elect "Rope" Odell played both forward and guard and showed a Hne spirit of agxgressiveness throughout the season. "Slats" XVogan and "Russ" Davee played the center position and did exception- ally good work for their limited experience. Albert Pinkston, the most experienced man on the team, and Kenneth Bi'igg's played guard and kept, opponenl's scores low. The team was in the fighting: till the last for their school and for their Coach, Chas. D. Erickson, who developed a first division team for the second time in his two years here. WWW - A L GG 'ZHD1ff N 3 Q 0 I WW'iSf1TS'1 W M x r , I i"5?a Q7 ,, - 1 , A A gy X I X f 'I ,Q ' L 3 ul Y-T1 A 1 5..- ff 1 , 1 f ff "shi ri:-' 5, 4,ff"f3g 'fly X, ff ff ,JV 'Q' "J QQ gms- 1, ,-,JT-,-eg- X ' X f Aljvb' , li' ! 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