Fredonia High School - Yellowjacket Yearbook (Fredonia, KS)

 - Class of 1924

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W, .V'C5.e,+,,-J,V:4:','Vtf.z:.aw M5523-.E 'TIM PUBLISHED BY UQ' ofa' mm' FZQQQ 1924 f W I ,ff S, .f F-L .'LI'9J"'- 1. JV' ,,f, X 3-ani. ' - 4.a,..:-rv" lb- THE SENIOR CLASS OF THE FREDONIA HIGH SCHOOL 'Uolume Six FREDONIA, KANSAS F orebvora' If this book stirs-one beautiful memory, Recalls a single friendship, Lights one face with a smile, Or fills one heart with happy tears, We will feel that it has accomplished the end for which it was made and that our work has not been in vain. CARROLL SHELTON, Editor. DONALD HIBBARD, Bus. Mgr. 1 Dedzmfzbfz To CLIFFORD SHANKLAND Because we honor him as a man, Because We admire him as a coach, Because we respect him as a teacher, Because We love him as a friend, We, the Senior class respectfully dedi- ' d cate this volume of the Old Gold an Black. ' T he Fredonia hhgh School Our Buz'!o'z'ng Order M300 s ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ATHLETICS ORGANIZATIONS POPULARITY HUMOR Tfze Entrance M i f X , 'X P J A 5' b Audz't0rz'um I I lfm'zzszrz'al Arts A dence cz ora or fgkf f ,yi I 5' S L 5 X Superz'71tena'enz'.v OJQQCB 2 , Z 4 XA Home Economzcs Tenmansfzzp T e ri in Q ,7 P 'W if if My K W W p xx 1 Admzhzkfrafzbn W 3' A x 0 , -X 'Q N w M J A. C. FLACK, President SCHOOL BOARD MRS. I. E. BAILEY, Clerk E, A. ELLIOTT ROLLIE KEESLING, Treasurer ljflhlff I Q , ,.,, ,N .'..,,.., ,, Y , ,, - K , .. ,...,.,,..1Wa ..L..1......-,N.,.. ,. jj, -M -... M E... . 'i2 ELQDJEGULD and ' ' ' -' 4"-l....,A.-1----Wim. . V-- ...Q-. .--.. .-.F v -Av- .A -- -M-.-1-f .,. -V... . ,Mg-,,....3Pal34 -. f SCHOOL BGARD I' r P .1 W ye? Q. .M .ii .fy 5 I 'Ml 1 3 W. I. MATTHEWS C. V. LaDOW ay em L fyf W. B. KENNEDY, Vice President HARRIE BLANKINSHIP 'K' lk Page 14 - Y 'VA ,qi,f5,..,.?,,ik xi N5 vw- - V1-uf ---. V -if-F.-f.. 4.-1 J, ,f ,Mr ,.., . .- S... . - E.- ue.. Q 12-' '2 PI!! Q 3 1 ,fs- 5' IM, FACULTY ARLEY RIGGS Principal Page 15 t - 4 1 -i i , W., ,. , ,- U W, H .,ff' 'TI-,g..+..1.fknLA...tI'I'.,"'w---M-- i 1 i 4 6 ,M--:,,f-'SH W ---1-west-.. 1 o ,,,,-'ffl'-W" K NX-.2-,M 1- vm R:-W--we f--.-.-.v I yjxi'-f""' . D d N' " 3-,,-,,,. ,-Mm R, U lim-letra , S in so 9? .UQGEDQQ ep A W d S S T ,fluff E!! FACULTY EM T V 1 1 'f is 2 3 ' 1 Q. l '5 l u T T E i l F 1 K: 4 will M2 we i E jill W if i T wa, 1 iii K lf S i ' ARTHUR E. ELLIOTT' ARLEY. RIGGS i ' ij Superintendent Prlnclpal n Q Warrensburg State Normal Kansas State Teachers' College 5 A University of Kansas Graduate Student, University of Kansas , , 1 G,aduate Student, University of Kansas I E , E Q 9 Sl if will iii i Wi gift J X ii. It H in if 5 2 l i , le Y i if , 1 STELLA TRASTER RICKETTS I Normal Training Music will lfff Park College Kansas State Teachers' College Graduate Student, University of Kansas Q' -Q 1 . f ll. Page Ili , ii ' 2: Qfivf if'fW"i""1"' wwf" i'i'i 'QW "i' q'n""W'W""m""A""" """""'f1fiT""Z':ff",j5ii:ri l353's.QfrT" "ff'i"'A tiit' S i e-ef w-:wa fin 'L ? 7 an t FAC ULTY HUGH Science Kansas State Teachers' College Graduate Student, University of Lincoln MARY JANE GRIER English College of Emporia ALZA RODGERS Home Economics Kansas State Teachers' College LUCILLE FORSYTH Dramatics and Public Speaking Nebraska State Teachers' College Columbia College of Expression Graduate Student, University of Nebraska Page 17 1 U, 4, vi.-,,.,.,U.,k,,-M t 4, . .mtful mil, V x.,-L..W,t......,'g3,---C,,.,,- .s....M,--.,,,, .N N , -.,,.?,,h hw I Y - getDtaefffi?j,gQLgQJel1DL4gQLll,,4fEillulfi1,QL?fssa aahe FACULTY i, L: . I 'willy' - he ri i . 1 1 l I , , M 5 il. lil V EDITH Mathematics Washburn College Graduate Student, University of Kansas ',"1pi L 1 Q RAY BOYER History 9 N Kansas State Teachers' College Q Graduate Student, University of Kansas ggi Page I8 5 X l A CRAWFORD English College or Emporia HELEN CLIFFORD Athletics and Physical Education College of Emporia ., M4-f,, ff--m14.,,.2-QF: W s , A 4 1 'X , ilu FACULTY GLADYS MRS TAYLOR Domestic Art Librarian Kansas State Teachers' College EMILY WRIGHT D. A. WEBBER Latin Industrial Arts Missouri Valley College Kansas State Teachers' College Graduate Student, Missouri Valley College 'age .. J' .1 -, -w 1, . 1 4 1 1 , . - ,, 3, . ,, I 'X R -e 'B ., LP? 5115! it Ni ifie fii lei, - - V l .,.., YYY,. V.. Y ,Y,,. ..,.. -...,,.. ,.,,,,, ,,,,,A FACULTY ELLA T. br1l:JEDY THELMA RICH Instructor, Fredonia Business College Stenographer Page 20 Fredonia Business College CLYDE TAYLOR Janitor The School of Life. with a master's degree in the art of being obliging and of making friends with all those who know him. losses 2 A' AQ 1 jx , P: llc 1 '55 fa QQ ,ms , IXMWM T, n -XXX d - .QNLD QQLD f1'L-BLACIs-, B7 1 :Jn , ' jf all 3 li A , O Q 1 ' 3 l Ci 1110115 ' li 7 l , ll , MERWYN CHAPMAN ......... ............... P resident .'NN l 1 QM? RAYMOND SHAUL .....,. ........ V ice President H35 jail DAISY VERINK .,.............. ............ s ecretary QWQ MAXWELL FARWELL .,...... ..,..... T reasurer .N lp' A ig", 1 M1 ,. T Li ,pf 1 li li Hz'sz0fQy mrvvr-r er-D"t'bD" 0359933 EEPQFP m CY ctgqggg 61' b"E"-OS"-s EW-4 E 1-5.502 5'm,,.f.N migagi 9.."',,'ig,,gg O asia? H M 5' 2?-mga Qsnmn Wigs mo Qs: gmimm ,5f'DU2I3" HUIL-P 3-.Sager g...5.v-my ,semi UQ SHE'-12 50126 35552 22,3452 Hatin- ECHSSUS SSTMQ3 Ill-4.C+ flsvfsgff Essse ..3gg',fg5 Zsipgg KD QEQSS jg-'Uri-:asm main g"omQ..UQ 23-5543 Enigma gg UH: Wimggl Q,,r9' Eh:-to-.Q N565 Q n-.Stn Q40 :- H09-Orr ' school and of our lives. But we need not think of ourselves, for did not Mr. Elliott, our ' , Q superintendent, say that the Senior Class of 1924 was the peppiest, best leaders, had 'Alf ,A .Q more ability, more initiative, and were the best workers of any class to graduate from lriiuji 41,4 . . g , YM Fredonia Hlgh School. iff ' But then let our records show our skill: In football we had Captain Farwell, Beal, ' Lyons, Jeffers, Hibbard, Barrett, and Brewster among the letter men, while in basket- ' - ball we had Captain Seems, Barrett, and Lyons making their letter, and the track cap- - 1 ' . . . , ,lr 1 ,sl tam, Oscar Lines, was a Senior. lj ,V . Q, K Then let us consider the mental side. Although the standards have been raised, we find that we have the high grades of a good Senior Class. We are- represented in , every phase of music as well as having four members off the Debate squad, the school ' i fi declamer and orator. Surely from this review we can remember our 'past record and f . be proud of ourselves without being considered egotistical. Q' f fl 1 E4 Wu - But then, we do not feel that we have set a record that cannot be surpassed, for it is the law of life that that each succeeding class should surpass the preceding one, and in the years to come we. will be found on the side lines of life, cheering and help- 1 ' ing our successors. A 4 fi 'E 'li 'I 1 el V lb A ft, - M135- 1 1 'T ljlljlf JI - if l Lili ,. ., , ,. M., . ... , .-.H , ,,,..,-....,. M, ,.., .. .,,- , A -. -ew ,. . . , . .Ti 'rr'"ro'srr-"w"r-r"-sM-P-:AW -5:7 J- :fsf e,e. ' itz A J A, , .. ,.., ,Y JWMQ ,F-gf, ,,-..,,1,...,J.,.La..a,r.0..1:.,I-,.... j's-new . M , A . J' "i ..a..,...,l-QEQZMX N ., s,efiiiirgQ,LllQ0LD -WfiFalAACKfQt+igg,.gQcg.c'1r . ri '24 A GLADNER BREWSTER EETPER TAYLOR Collegiate Course Vice President 23 Debate 3, 4g Decla- mation 3, 4g Football 3, 4. "The trouble with me is that I am never on time." Collegiate Course VEULAH ANDREWS Normal Training Course Glee Club 2, 3, 4. OSCAR LINES Collegiate Course Glee Club 49 Orchestra 3, 45 Debate 43 Track 3, 45 Orator 4g Annual Staff. 1 "My heart has melted at a woman's tears." WILMA JUMP WILLARD JAMES Normal Training Course. I Collegiate Course , 1 Orchestra 2, 3. N "Shall I go on or have I said enough ?" l BEULAH MELLON Normal Training Course ERCIL HINKLE ' Collegiate Course "Lost, strayed or stolen." "She who hesitates is lost." Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4. "I am quiet until asked to speak." "The fairest Hower of her crew." "She makes a good jumping mate." Page 9? f Q i , z . i , C l 4 g yi. ..,. W ...f ----we-. we---f--f ,- v--f Y mr?55?,5,,T3,G..Tg-Ts, ?i- f- ---- 4-----J ---- .F V .V .W-,Y,,.,.,, A,-,di :IM . ,,t:1T, K y X , V, .,,, .,. Awxr.. , W ,, ,iw -X5-lrvbvlsp I 17 . I hols, ' T ' ,,,, 0.14, af ,Q - .' .A ,,,,,.. A n ,I .,-,.. - -. 2. fill? QlllDf?"'lBL35,S3s f Z4 -ey BROOKEN JEFFERS HENRIETTA HUNTER Collegiate Course Normal Training Course Glee Club 3, 45 Football 4. "I would be a friend with you and , 'iI'll do a thing if I have to." KINDRY LOFLIN General Course Glee Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2. "Mr, Hoy-at your service." JAMES BARRETT Collegiate Course Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Declamation 3, 45 Football 2, 4g Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2. 3. 4g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 4g Annual Staff, "A boy with a high school record." HOWARD MILLER Collegiate Course "You fellows quit trying to break up my dates." have your love." EDNA MAXWELL Normal Training Course Class Secretary 3. "The boys of F. H. S. are fully up to 3 average." OPAL PFEIFER Normal Training "A nice girl in many ways." ELLEN CANTRALL General Course Glee Club. "Must I talk." - --4 . l Page Q3 P1 s ao A A.: ,. , ,.,.,., 4,,A, 1-.,,...g-e..--,-s.,,,1is,.a,, '24 HERBERT SEEM Collegiate Course Basketball 2, 3, 4g Assistant Editor Old Gold and Black. "If he keeps growing, he'll beat us to heaven." FRED LYON Collegiate Course Glee Club 49 Football 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 3, 45 All Valley Tackle 45 An- nual Staff. "I win without argument." MERWYN CHAPMAN Collegiate Course Class President 3, 49 Glee Club 4g Cheer Leader 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff. "Whistle, if you want me, my dear." RAY SHAUL Normal Training Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Class Vice Presi- dent 4. "A jolly good fellow is he." We 54 ADELIZA BOONE Collegiate Course Glee Club 2, 3, 4. "Though far, far away, she will al ways be one of us." DOROTHY MEYERS Collegiate Course 7 "A youthful Senior who- hasnt es caped Cupid's darts." DOROTHY DAVIS Collegiate Course Y. W. C. A. President 43 Debate 'S 4. "I'll bet that some boy changes her name." NITA VAE THOMPSON Collegiate Course "Flirt! Oh no, just friendly." N jig 55.4 I gy. 'Sf J . ' K 1 .blxsl 3 A li ,lasik A '24 MILES DAVIS TI-IELMA SI-IAFER Collegiate Course Collegiate Course Vice President 35 Tfeasurer 2g Glee Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff. Club 3 45 Assistant Business Man- H , l H ager, old Gold and Biack. I om Just a real good girl- UI may be changeable but I lnow a good thing when I see it." CARROLL SHELTON Collegiate Course Class Treasurer 3g Glee Club 45 FAYE RITCHEY Collegiate Course , . Q have than have something that I 5205:-all 4, Editor, Old Cold and Can,t loves, "I am a remarkable man in more ways than one." EDITH DAVIS LYNN BEAL Collegiate Course Cdlegialie CO'-U59 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Quartet 4g Soloist 2 Glee Club 45 Football 3, 45 Annual , Staff. "She does several things well, but "Pm not sleepy-just tired." She Sings perfectly? DONALD HIBBARD , MARY LOUISE PRUNTY Collegiate Course President 23 Glee Club 45 Football Cdlegiate Course 4g Debate 3' Orchestra 2, 3. 45 Y. M. C. A. President 43 Business Man- Annual Staff' agor, Old Gold and Black- HI can kid and be kidded, therefore "Say, I can kid any girl." a good sport." Page "I had rather love something I can't 1 , ffl, 1,535 ,., . . .' 1' -. 1 :Ny--my-1.--.,.,,,M ,, .fi I ,AA Mgt +...,s5 .,....t,,,.L..,,,,.Mtf4 A, ., .- . I -. ' ww- ....,g'3-Au r I- ""- -.fN.,.,, - a - 1 I l 1 ' -:xi Tir' , ' Q, gif li sl l 9 E. -I 5 I 'A I C P S . 1 i ,. Q Q, .if ZH 3 ll .4 gg J "0 v my lx . 2 '24 DOREL LINDSLEY IVIAEEL HENDRICKSON Normal Training Course Noimal Training Course Band 2, 3. Glee Club 4. "Sure-but slow." "I know all about boys. I have several brothers." DONALD THOMPSON A if 4 :Q Collegiate Course NORMA COLLYER Declamation 3 4. Normal Training Course gli- "I am a good student when I Com-9 Hsmday in stature but great in ff ' to school." mm ' I i ELLEN CRAWSHAW OLIVE ANDERSON ' Normal Training Course Normal Training Course 7 Y. W, C. A. Cabinet 39 Orchestra 2 3, HI never think-just Wonderf, X 4 "Time changes but I never will." I GERTRUDE WOLEVER 1 oPAL PRICE Collegiate Course , if i Normal Training Course Basketball 2, 35 Annual Staff. E "I love my friends and treat my "I find my studies when I can't find F enemies with respect." anything else." 5 if iii. 1.55 l'rl,rffa ,Ili I 4 P I F , f-' ' W W' "' " ,,',gfwf'-G-:q5Q..2-... - - -- 1-----4 4' ,41 .1 I I, .Q N., A xl, .x ,1 V .. A41 Ham , ' ies HQ if at--..1,',' ' -. le 3' '24 KENNETH ROSS DAISY VERINK Collegiate Cotrse Collegiate Course Orlhestra 2, 3. Class Secretary 4. glgggzmdo you Want the pcxtatoeg irligiletilias many virtues and a loving IRVING EEST LUCILLE TUTTLE Collegiate Course General Course y Basketball 3, 45 Declamation 3, 4' "Call me Leopold-call my brother Valley Representative 4, Bestiey "I pray thou do not argue with me, lest thou w0uld'st be beaten." KENNETH HUNTER General Course GAIL GARDNER "Sometimes .I sit. and think and Nofm-21TfaiHiHg Course Sometlmes I Just Slt-" 'fi dare do all than become a wo- man." REX MILNER Collegiate Course LUCILLE SCOTT Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 4' Normal Training Course "He masters the impossible with a Debate 4' Smlle-" "To know her is to love her." Przyef ?7 W Q ka'- ,llixhfu ff i,,4 .,S: 4 V -1 1', lruxyf w ,ex-. -, '- .,'f, , ,. ,,.. ,,,,.,Y . .. Y - Y.... .:...u.- FERN THOMPSON Collegiate Course A'Time hangs heavy o-n my hands." 4 THELMA COOK 1 Normal Training Course l P i f l l I "M0desty doth become thee." Z4 RUTH RISINGER Normal Training Course Glee Club 3, 4. "She talks all the tinze, but that ig a woman's way." MAXWELL FARWELL General Course Class Treasurer 45 Orchestra 2g Football 2, 3, 4. "I am quiet a lots of times when I could say a great deal." 'age Q8 WA lx' iflil .- LXLMXHL-'q., QLZILIIQYQTN-zlqm --1-:4 w,c,QefffQ,,m,-.,, ..--.-....-..-Mi-....EJ.E..wL+..q'..!S .AV. he fray? 5 O WAYNE WILD .......... ....................... ....... President ELIZABETH BABB ............... ..,.,.. V ice President DOROTHY BACHELDER ....... ..... .. ...Secretary DEFEVER SWARTZ ......... .. ....... Treasurer Hz'st0ry The largest Freshman class of F. H. S. entered three years ago as perhaps the greenest bunch that had entered this High School. As is always the case some have left our midst, but we still have an outstanding class in all the activities of the school. In football we are represented by Cunningham, Pryor and Barth earning their let- ter. In basketball, there was Parsons earning his letter and being' picked as captain of the all district team. Then in track, we have Kingcade, Lafferty, Swartz, Pryor and Nunn all making the required number of points. Not only are we known by the physical activities, but also by the educational or mental activities. In the Verdigris Valley debates, we had Dorothy Bachelder, Nunn and Waas, receiving their shields for their work. We won third place in the Flack decla- mation contest through the work of Thelma Vandever. We also shared the honors with the seniors in having Lucille Knox as one of the two honor students of the school. In the musical organizations we had our share of students. We entered the High School as a Freshman class always does, very obscure and green. but as the years have gone by we have felt and shouldered our share of the responsibility of our High School. 2' J. Pqqe 29 , ,.. ,, . a-1:-1'f'b-"'fPaf- --F. wa.. .. L e. , " I Mil , s... '-5 " .--' lf X' s n v '- Fw ' xsgl, sS,1,'i'..,,.f....f:,' illngjg, rf' -.F fi LJ if 5,5 .'lf.1 II.is1-:li-YQ3,ll2fF,,.'QM.Z.fQl1',fl1f.fQQjj:f:i::Nx .N A GQLD willfSo3,AQRoir+2sQsgegy PV. RAYMOND SHULER "The man who woos one girl in li e '25 ELIZABETH BABB "Too fair to worship, too divine t:- -but one, love." May hope to win her before life be done." MADELINE LIEURANCE EARL CANTRALL "Thou hast the fatal giQt ol beauty." 1 "All great men are dead, I don't feel l Well myself." l FERRILL MALIN DOROTHY BACHELDER "I'll be made glorious by my words and famous by my speech." "My only books were women's looks, And fol1y's all they've taught me." MAX ROBERTSON "I am forever at your service." Page 30 PHYLLIS SCHLOESSER "The rare combination of a true friend and a great musician." e,-'gf-se:-sv , GY ' ' .-:,......,.:r3E, .4 .f 'cu Mx. s A. 5. 'um . . -.viii as-hx. ,AA-f Amy' ' .54 " l' I ip v, ',.V,,.,'5.f,vqiSz'.'f,Z'.L4Q .VY vb-LY Y In k .,5.. 2 ' ,:,esfT'f'1,. . .,.,, me ,. ,, ,lv E227 l V '25 it , W A ELWOOD WAAS AGNES LAMOREAUX "A knockdown argument, 'tis but a "She has a smile that would knock l word and blow." the blues out of any day." X NEDRA FOWLER ff EVERETT KINCADE l I "After all, there is something about ' Uwebstel' 319,11 got Dothmg 011 me-" a wedding dress, prettier than any l ' Y , other dress in the world! i A" RALPH PARSONS FERN PUMPHREY 'L "The kind of a fellow to reach that fqtvs nice to be natural When you are ll great goal-success." naturally nice." ' WAYNE WILD DEFEVER SWARTZ "Uneasy is the head that wears a "Before man made us citizens, na- crown. ture made us men." Say I've got a headache." A -rr -S A A-.. r....eA-.A.rrY..rr 'g w till, Page 31 ' xT,,... u:-1,,.. :fri .,, .' Ma- j . ' I I' ff. 1. 4 3 x Xalan ' .+.-il5..,,. 'N- . V-111.,.Il1if.,,:L.l.f'.ff1l'l4,,,..,.,' A""":- ' 'W-4:3-1-Milli-'-Al-QNX.- , , eaau , GQ!-D nd B or MQW" 'juni V mr- 3 , , E, ,lyk f "J , 'iff Q N 'i l i i 9 l Z J e i W .M , U 1 sf , r h g Z5 E ROY OTTO JESSA ANDREWS Q "The man that blushes is not quite a "Earth's noblest thing--a Woman -1 I brutejr perfected." la ,' VIOLA SMITH HAROLD ELLIS W, I , "She has no faults, or we no faults fi 'g "A great scientest he's going to be." can find," ' 5 ' i 22 ,fy Al ,f-fegqgti Jw fix Fw f R14 N1 ifia v HAROLD HALL "VVhat is a mind? No matter. What is matter? Never mind." MAX LAFFERTY "I've surprised everyone-especially myself." VE RA GLASS "A good sport, if you don't believe it, get acquainted." THELMA VANDEVER "An original girl with the ability to lead, Just the kind of a girl which this world needs," Page 32 H.- We Y N.ne.-:.f.fg-vafy-4m,.4.f.fY,fm I- 25 45557,-V. SU, a - an ,, E, ,S pf R'-" .YW fr 'V i-fr ' V' Y W 7 V s -Au. S. JJ, .' .. illif L, X V, mm' , ,, 1 ti' V 4' .,. -4 5 1 l l E -V - YVVV - V -.-av,--was vnumwf: ,ww-1.-,.f..f..,v....r,,.--,,.-.f...r-,.f......-...,,,4 - -15fR..,-ar. .M N,- Q- V- 'L , fs M it l ia fit , Al Q. QL- zij rt, I , v lw if w I I w 1 I ,w 4 I ,Q fi ,f,, ,gf iw 'r Q il it 'L QP ' fn gn, 1 '25 A elm GILES CREAGER PEARL NEESE "I know nothing about it-I am my "In spite of brains, She makes own ancestry." LESTER NUNN MARIE LAFFERTY "It was good advice My son be good." quietj, MILDRED WILLIS DANIEL BRONSON friends with duller minds." and Well meant, "She is conspicuous for keeping "Let them sing her praises who know "Our lengthy athlete." FRED MARSHALL DOROTHY LEWIS her best, for they will never tire." "Some are weather-wise, some are "I speak in music, the language of otherwise." the angels." Pulrje l f- GULD -Wd BLACK ei I I il I J gf! I Ill' All ' I , I . I I I 1 1 , W 1 I I , I I .I I II II I I I I I I' I , I I I I L I I , II , 1 Ill 5 .I Il I I I Il' I I III.: I I I II .ll ,If II I I IM A If I ' I I I A r I fe-A 25 A A A I I I I l I I ' I I I I I I I I Q ' ' ARTHUR BEST ICA DORA MILLER If I I I "My salad days, when I was green "Modesty doth become her." I I in judgment." I " I , I, A f . n I "A good student, 'tis all that is I V. "His Wit would brighten any English necessaryf, ,I N I NEOMA WILLIS ,I HERBERT' LoY I II U Class." V I ,I ' fV I X I I I NEAL LOFLIN RUBY ATWELL t I "Always Seeking' some 1-are new "She does the kindflesses IV Sporty' most leave undone, or despise." Il I I I I I Q , 5 CECIL PRYOR LUCILLE KNOX I I "A guardian angel o'er his life pre- "She who binds her soul to know- I 1 siding." ledge, finds the keys to heaven." 1 I I I 1 I If' I I fx I I . I I I Page 34 I I, IKE I N Ig' I I1 Is. I ' Y, Y I, LAW .A Aww-Y .. -..-af: ...-, L ri -2 5 2 , , l. yx 'L u I Vi V if gi as e+-C11 w wr .Q 'tj gg H sf Q N- 'L ,m V- - -- 1-.mt ., A '25 ROBERT BARNHILL CLAIRE SIMPSON , "I love to look on woman." "The rightful possessor of a twin- MARIAN MEYERS six mind." MATTHEW CUNNINGHAM "All things I thought I knew, but now confess the more I know, I know "A multitude of good qualities all I know the less." FRED BARTH "A mighty athlete and liked by all I the fellows." E l l tied up in a bundle." Page 35 Page 36 - .. ,Lalita-'.,I I f -f .rr A zombie fi12lll,..llwl ll .. I ea-., A opbomorr-is JERROLD BELL ...... I ................... President CLAIRE PRICE ........ .. ....... Vice President JEANNE SMITH ......... ......... I ......... S ecretary CECIL WILLIAMS ....... ................. T reasurer H zlvzory The present Sophomore Class, with Miss Emily Wright as sponsor, is made up of those who survived the razzing given the largest Freshman Class to enter Fredonia High. Our class has at present, seventy-two members, and is represented in practically all the activities of the school. We have members in both the Y. M. C, A. and Y. W. C. A. Cabinets, in the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs and Quartets, in the orchestra, and in athletics. In football, besides having several substitutes, we had Bell and Larnoreaux among the letter men, and in basketball we had Bell, chosen as all district guard, and Bair among the first eight men. We believe and sincerely hope that the Sophomore Class of 1924 will long be re- membered for its pep, enthusiasm and loyalty to our Fredonia High School. Pqqe 37 Page 38 aretta, Bair, Eisele, Schroder, Housley, Seem, Go- Gi Counterrnan, Johnson, First Row: ! ings, Porter, Lamoreaux. m O '11 E O Z O 75 P1 rn orn, Gal- anH ttier, V Na Scharff, Elder, Dennis, J. therington, Brown, E WI Ro Second , Scott. Branick breath, Brown, Cal- ir, J enkins, La can, W. Branick, Rieff' A. Nattier, Petty, UH Row: D rd Thi 6 154 Sv' fn! Sr' ,sv-.. UW' .nv- 'ilgii 3' rx, , 1 ?' , hh! J 54" P' 5, f-1 1 an 3 K' i 2 4 vert, Shields, Peden. 4 Q ' ' 'uopxof 'auoog ooag pil :MOH wg 21.1129 'lopiel '99!-Id 'IIN 'slaqaw 'HRH 'II9El 'uoJ,dUueH 'new 'aageqg 'uosgeqsng deqg H1 egg 'ue RM .11 cn 0 'U TI 0 O DU FJ cn 45-IRI OH IAA WVIIIIAA UW 'S GH '2uodS 'uosaepuv 'J 'suazxaqg 'uogmw 'HBIJUH 'Bla-Jqu11oH Paqqe 3.9 Pqqe 40 'A gc, .- --'gfgiffl'll,l.llQl1laXD1f.T.lIIII7111:..xN.. 55" 'u'4 'A d KNEE ,,1f'f' 1 f,. .. ,,,Y,, ,. 1 x , 0 LD . XM," fig Li-gf' ii: L' ' GLENN BEAL ...,............. ., ................... President GARROLD GRIFFIN ........ . .... .............. V ice President f ' VIRGINIA MARSHALL .......... ....... s ecretary-Treasurer K ffiszoriy It was with many fears and misgivings. that a large group of boys and girls, known to the upper classmen as "Freshies" enrolled at Fredonia High in the fall of '23 for the coming school year. During the first week or so, we Were: only recognized , as a "splotch of green on the landscape" and we were often the subject of the Seniors' , rude jokes. Finally after many trials and tribulations, the first two weeks- passed and ,gl we became accustomed to the routine of the high school. Everyone knows that, to accomplish anything, every organization must have a 3 leader, hence our sponsors, Mrs. Taylor and Miss Traster and our class president, Glenn Q .3 Beal. Since it does not take physical might to make right, Glenn makes an excellent executive. It is the efforts of these people, with the help' of Garrold Grifiin, vice presi- dent, and Virginia Marshall, secretary-treasurer, that have made our class what it is. The Freshman Class is well represented in the school activities. There are ten , Freshmen in the orchestra and we are represented in both glee clubs. In athletics we ws have John Moffatt making the squads in both football, and basket ball and earning his letter in the former. And then Glenn Beal was mascot of the football squad and elected the most popular boy in school. From these things, surely Fredonia High has a Freshman Class of which to be proud. We promise great things-watch us. LENORE POOLE. 'v K Page 41 E , H --,:-ffswm... . , A LL - .. . , ' .V 5.-, yy xy f ' . 1 '17 . 3,05 ,. .sal ..V , . Yay,-fr A, v V. ,J Page 4 2 V .,.4:,.', , Y . ,-va PRES M Barron, Eflin, shaw, Bates, Culbertson, Carlson, Flinn, W F3 k, C Fin Ballard, WI Ro First Fiscus. r, Anderson, Carr, Davis Etherington, Carter. Burns, Devins, Ba.b, Coope Row: Second ckway, Enz, Busby, Marr, Best, M lner, Mc- -.- Bro rd, Beal Balla Row: Davis, C. hird 'I L B ,bw 1 pu:-1 5.1, I 'N 5 FP, Sum ji!- liugw' '. 1 72. r E tvsxsrv V ur"-f bv--u 1 3-- 3 I-as il' ki Mariner. Farland, 5 1 H :ff P1 On. 'PU U50 'li Q.. is on 'Um 251 O 55: 5. F: 55: 532 - in 71 'U Sm Fl E VD 5 :s 5 0 Z4 E? 2. 5 UQ FD fs rn FP FD 2 SD 3 Q 71 U2 3' 91. Pi CT 9 :s T U1 O F UQ CD Q C mi. JS FU 5.1: pi 'P D-E 5999 E5- Q S., CD 31:1 .HE U20 55 FY' F32 U2 :T N 5 5 O 5: ws O 3. no O O Q- so VU CD in O9 E EQ Pu ET 5 . Ff' 'uoqlaq .Zan FF as , X V f . 1 ' 1 1 F ith L-I 'I Q .-1 u - Q - irrfk'..,f. . FRESHM N '11 H. '1 m ee- 'JU o S "CJ m P1 -s f1'51'K OSJB 'J 'su Bd 'suosl ueoq 'e ds fuosum U0 fs RL 'lneqg 'suolum Page 4 Page 44 M. Moffatt, Loomis, Lindsley, J. Moffatt, Mellon, Miller, Herron, Griflin, First Row: 'U 'PU P7 cn E Z. F1 Z QS. Isackson, Jam I. Leech, Hall Meade, Hight, Kees- Isackson, Miller, B. Leech, Second Row: Hampton, d, Loomis House, ft J , Hunter, Kid Minion, Morris, Kinder, Glass, Lashel OW! rdR Thi I. Hunter. gffmfdlcs mimi 2 '- , - 's wi -iff! if? fi . A 'Lf ff' ix ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Caack Clwra' Sfzaniland The man who in two seasons has brought the Fredonia football teams from sev- enth to third, has coached the basketball teams to the Verdigris Valley and District Championships both years, and the track team to a second place in the Valley meet. He is the man who has inspired the 'I will' and 'each for all and all for each' spirit in the Fredonia teams. His never-flagging loyalty, high ideals and his ready wit have dominat- ed his being and have gained. for him the love that he deserves. Page 45 Page 46 The Sea.v0fz's Results Fredonia ............ Severy .. .. .... 3 Fredonia ..,......... Altamont ..... ....... 0 Fredonia ...,..,..... Coffeyville ...... ....... 0 Fredonia Caney ., ........ ....,. , 6 Fredonia .,.......... Independence .......... 6 Fredonia Oswego .. ...... ....,. . 0 Fredonia ............ Eureka .. .. .... 7 Fredonia .........,.. 10 Cherryvale .. .. .... 7 Fredonia Neodesha .. .,.. ....i. . O ,, ,f..,,..k I .. N' V V V X' ' .. will '5.2iltU-fd 1-eJ, Fredonia High School has put out championship football teams, but never has she put out a team that has had the fighting spirit of the 1923 team. There has never been a team that has left the field at the end of the season, that has been a better in- spiration to their successors. They were clean, steady players, everyone working for the good of his team and a star in the real sense of the word. The 1923 season opened with an easy victory over Severy, while Altamont was defeated in a like manner. Then came the mud and the Coffeyville tie. During this game Fredonia came within six inches of a touchdown while Coffeyville was never with- in our thirty-yard line. We then played a game but losing game with Caney and al- though we lost the game we won a name for our fair play. There has never been a team that has fought any harder for a victory and then to see iii snatched from their hands by fate as the Fredonia. team against Independence. We outplayed them in evegy phase of the game and had worked the ball to within three yards, of their goal when they intercepted a pass to a backfield man and ran ninety-seven yards for a touch- down, the only score of the game. Next we played a game in two inches of water, defeating Oswego by a large score. The sun came out for our next game and the Eureka team was humbled easily. Hhen came the Cherrywale battle and the fight spirit of the Fredonia team brought heme another victory. The night 'before the Neodesha game it snowed eight inches f nd the .esult of the game was more even than was expected, but we deieated our rivals and then closed our season with the mi-st honored team of our record of Fredonia teams. Pu ff 4 , ..-V -:iii 3IL1L2l.5kYf'.-21'L'il1t.t'gfMA-.-. r ,.,--- -A M... -., S: .3 .I if ! il! 1 i ' 4 lx , , .f rl l x igl, . 1 1 V ,wiv NX- ., .,.. . , KN-Ty,5:'g:Z135""'w g 1 ,,,,,,,, ,.,,., ,, , MAN ,A , i ff" ' f I ij MAX FARWELL Captain, Right Half Max was considered by all to be the logical captain of the 1923 squad. His experience and steady fighting spirit made him a . valuable man on the eleven. Max is a senior. A ' l P 5 , Ag CECIL PRYOR ill, il . . gtg Captain-Elect, Left Half fi ' "Cec" was the speediest man on the squad and he made many Qi! V' zy gains over end and tackle. He was chosen by the letter men to 1 Q lead the squad next year. T l i E MATTHEW CUNNINGHAM X' Quarterback ' L "Pooch" was the most consistent ground gainer on the squad and was considered by many as the best in the Valley. He will I be back next year to run the squad. Q ,, i cl,- At JOHN MOFFATT VR 3 nh ti Fullback iv 5 l .L John was a good punter and plunger this year and should be a if star next year. fl L ' I il? l Q f i . . LYNN BEAL 2, Left End i ' 1 Beal leaves 'behind him a record as a defensive end as well as one S 5 who could bring down passes for gains. He will not be back next 3 1 year. 3 1 .lk 2 luflxfif z.. ., . ,Nw K-'Q 9151 em fi, Page 48 wld., 5' ,..,,.. .... 1 WW. or ,... . or or c A, , Iii . fx A A-2' K ""M"f1?i:JZfiifiqgf fe is xgr JAMES BARRETT Left Tackle No one failed to put powerful man to open holes for the backs, He graduates this year. DONALD HIBBARD Center "Deac" has made a record for future centers of the Old Gold X and Black teams to work for, He played a whole year without a bad pass. This is his last year in high school. FRED LYON Right Tackle He was a lion in every sense of the word. A powerful aggressive fighter, but always a clean player. He was picked on every valley team as a tackle. He leaves the school this year better than he found it. W.-' v . " ,V form i.fi?l.ll.w1 ,5l.Aifg+. p .. "Jimmy" on his valley eleven. He was a BROOKEN JEFFERS Left Guard "Brook" never waited for the opposing backs to come to him but he was always through the line to meet them in their own terri- tory. He is a senior this year. FRED BA RTH Right Guard Barth was big enough so that it made it hard for the other team to get through. His experience this year will make him a valu- able man next year. Page 49 K I Y. ,Ir , 1 NL " I! - 4' 1 1 lg ig? ll it 5 ii l f l Si 9 4 3 1 Q32 E, i ',l 'Ei il? Pt I'!J :Li .al -'A If , Ali xl ,i A rl, ,M J V. ?! 5 H K 'Q , 'L Q i 1 it' Ali iff 4 , wt yftfi il g. .ww v- v x r ,,.,,-ff '.,,,..-.-AJ-.A-4.4. -N f,f ",,.f-ff ., ,M wg.,-ff d i N--., 'gm 7 JWJQEPE 5' Z all I GLADNER BREWSTER Right End Brewster is one of the best offensive ends in the Valley and he will be remembered for his long runs around end. He was picked for the second Valley tea ISAAC WYCKOFF Fullback "Ike" was a powerful pl next year. Pug e 5 0 JERROLD BELL Right End "Jud" was the gamest end in the valley. He received injuries at the first of the season that worried him all season but he never quit although it looked as though he were going to lose his place. He will be a sensation next year. Ill. CLARENCE LAMOREAUX Right Guard Lamoreaux was a little light for a guard position but he made up for it in aggressiveness. He was always through the line. He will be back next year to play a regular position. unger and should make an ideal back DEFEVER SWARTZ Quarterback "Pete" is the best broken-field runner on the squad. He broke his arm at the first of the season and this hindered him from earning his letter but watch him, he is a comer. q U -,,Y.,.-,. ,-s...,.WW...as,va...,.,..,,-,.t.,,......a,.,..,..r.,rj.,,.,,., ,i-,',., ,.:,.,, .i,q L K K i JRR rf' S34 ff iff lj 4 li A, ig, l 3 l gm l 'Ag i 1 1 5!, 5 QL? vi ?:-, 13" ly . A , . f Q i H i Q 1 S 'l A Q 1 5 . E 1: lil P' 57. ii TM ,Ei iii 'N wi' :iq I ll ,2 ffl x w iii. ljiigg L ,T , . , . .,.... ,,.-,.,. W-.m.., .... .mm ,,.,.,,,M,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,.J, Li Qi ' 'H 'agI5..ffw...-.1j1SQf'.-aj, 'HW' """"' 'iff ,-sg RAYMOND SHULER Right Half Shuler is a good all-round back field man and should play regular on the team next year. 1 l CARROLL SHELTON Left End "Squirrel" was a good defensive end. He did not get in many quarters but while he was in he showed his ability. He will not be back. LESTER SPON G Right Tackle Spo-ng is a quiet, steady player and although he played tackle this year, he will probably line up at end position next year. Il 1, :r.f?x' 3141, it A 'hir -...uf i . . 41" at Mill 53 "tw ski ,lx THOMAS WILSON Left Tackle "Tommy" was one of the best tackles on the squad. He is going to be another football playing Wilson. He will be back. EARL CANTRALL Center Cantrall was a Hne defensive center. He was always able to get through in time to break up the play. He will play regular cen- ter next year. Page 5 I FOOTBALL SQUAD ........ in MM I A- A First Row: Porter, Malin, Marshall, Coach Shankland, Cantrall, Spong, Giaretta Weaver, Holmberg. Second Row: Shuler, Swartz, Capt. Farwell, Moffatt, Pryor, Wycoff, Shelton, Hall. Third Row: Brewster, Lyons, Barth. Hibbard, Lamoreaux, Jeflers, Beal, Wilson. Front: Glenn Beal, mascot. I 'age 5:5 L 1 1-I Page-53 ? Lx, xxx! ' iii like Af P E x , , ,f 1 :ix 1 1 A7 hx, :Ma . ,iv ' 1 .lj 4 5 1 E Page 54 a , ,.""5"?9i1 "li 5- ,, . f. i.gr152.i.f is M ki M. Fredonia ............ Fredonia ............ Fredonia ............ Fredonia ............ Fredonia ............ Fredonia ..,......... Fredonia ...,........ Fredonia ........,... Fredonia ............ Fredonia ......,..... Fredonia ............ Fredonia ..v......... Fredonia .........,., Fredonia ............ Fredonia ....,....... Tie Seasonfs' Results Erie .. ..... .. Alumni .. . Chanute .............. Altamont ............ Coifeyville .. Caney .................. Frontenac ............ Independence Oswego .....,.... Cherryvale .......... Neodesha ............ Chanute .. . Longton .... Caney .................. Cherryvale .......... 16 12 38 11 1 14 21 28 13 16 21 26 16 TOURNAMENT RESULTS Fredonia ...,,.....,. 23 Caney .................. 22 Fredonia .,.......... 25 Neodesha ............ 14 Fredonia ....,....... 23 Yates Center ...... 8 492 314 lt is not unusual for a team to win a championship of the Verdigris Valley, but to win both the Verdigris Valley and District Championships for two consecutive years is not only unusual but is remarkable. It shows the merit of the team of 1923-24. With two letter men back and a squad of the best fighters in the Valley, Coach Shankland developed the most eiiicient machine in the district. To the team the first whistle meant the beginning of a fight that ended with the last whistle, and that spirit which would not admit defeat but kept them fighting on, played its part in the winning of the championship. They have played the game fair and square until all of their opponents have told them "li we can't win the championship, we hope that you do." Then turn to- their record, only three games lost out of nineteen, and all of those lost with honor. To lfrontenac and Chanute they lost fairly and squarely and with no alibies. To Cherryvale the story might have been different but for the fact that two regulars were not in the game. But we do not begrudge Cherryvale of their victory for we consider the season as a huge success. Page J U' A. Emi: ik l 1. 35 7, fi' 1liii'l'12lllE'VH V ,J 5. .-,ef lf . L, i , If ' 1A .1 5-si. gli HERBERT SEEM, Captain, Forward "Storky" led his team through one of the most successful seasons that a Fredonia team has accomplished. He was a good floor man as well as having an eye for baskets. He graduates this year. JERROLD BELL, Guard "Jud" was the fastest and best floor-man in the District. His eye for baskets also helped to put two trophies in our case. He was picked as guard on the all district team. He will be back next year. JAMES BARRETT, center "Jim's" eye for baskets was uncanny. His height helped to outjump every center o-n the Val- ley. He was picked as center on the Second Dis- trict team. He will not be back. RALPH PARSONS, Forward "Dutch" was picked to lead the District team which surely shows his mei it. He was high point man in the Valley and his Hoof play was excel- lent. FRED LYON, Guard Lyon was a clean, steady player and was a guard that made it hard for the opposing teams to get set ups. He leaves the school this year. I ,W M'-Y ' v., 1122.52 ifitlefllfri - DE FEVER SWARTZ, Forward "Pete" has the makings of the best basketball player in the Verdigris Valley. He is fast and has a good eye for baskets. He will play a regular next year. EDDIE BAIR, Forward Bair was a good steady player this year and with his experience he should make a real star next year. DANIEL BRONSON, Center "Dan" has height, is a good clean player, and will line up as a regular next year. CECIL PRYOR, Guard Pryor was one of the best defensive men on the squad. He plays a good steady game that is admired by everyone. He is back next year. RAYMOND SHULER, Guard Shuler did not get in many quarters this year but when he did he showed up Well and he should put in a stro-ng bid for a regular position next year. 1"ILffl 'w 7 "7. Hmgezf ' 3' r"1:.'a..z 0 BAS KETBALL SQUAD Pfrfff Top Row: Coach Shankland, Eair, Shuler, Bronson, Pryor, Swartz. Front Ro-W: Parsons, Lyons, Seems, Barrett, Bell. ,LS As 7 "- N, d ..- 1 1 -MM GOLD an l ii d. ---W . CK. - 44 Frea'om'a Traci Records ' A 1 50-yard. Rustenbaeh, 1915. 5 2-5 seconds. V' 50-yard. Hill, 1922. 5 2-5 seconds. 100-yard. Pryor, 1924. 10 1-5 seconds. 220-yard. Herold, 1921. 23 3-5 seconds. 440-yard. Herold, 1921 53 4-5 seconds. 880-yard. Lines, 1924. 2 min. 17 2-5 sec. 1 mile. Lines, 1924. 5 min. 9 sec. Shot put. Barrett, 1924. 42 ft. 11 inches. Discus. Klinkel, 1923. 105 ft. 11 inches. Javelin. Perry, 1923. 143 ft. 6 inches. Pole Vault. G. Mount, 1915. 10 ft. 6 inches. Pole Vault. Lafferty, 1924, 10 ft. 6 inches. High Jump. MoH'att, 1924. 5 ft. 9 inches. Broad Jump. Nunn, 1924. 20 ft. 5 inches. The Fredonia High School Track Team this year is perhaps one of the best ever produced by this high school and it is without a doubt the most evenly balanced team that Fredonia has ever produced. Although there were no spectacular men on the team, they were good enough to win the dual meet with Neodesha and to win second place in the Verdigzis Valley meet. These records show that everyone of these men held back nothing when they were Working for the school. They were all made of the stuff that can not recognize defeat until the tape is broken or until they have had their last try in all the field events. Such a team is not made in a day, but is the result of many weeks of long, tiresome training, and then there is much credit due to the coaching of the team and Mr. Shankland deserves this credit. Pqqe 5.9 '-'Qi W W ' TRACK SQUAD Back Row: C. Spong, Elder, Giaretta, Lines, M. Moffatt, Parsons, J, Moffatt, Swartz Shuler, Barth, Bair, Coach Shankland. Front Row: Utz, Stroud, Barrett, Thatrzh, Lyons, L. Spong, Lafferty, Kincade, Pryor Nunn, Porter, Mascot Glenn Beal. Page 60 r Page 61 1, J ,QL 'LJ ...hi ff, ' ' ---.. .. , G0 wi E33 Q A ,-M,K,,M--'...,f- qw.-,-Kgff-,'r,-H .-.,v, AY Y, ,, ,.,..i,,4L..V - . ,.YV. Y.W-w....,,-. , ,-,. .M W- . -7. Page U2 f5'a1':' mix' - A '. WV 1 5 ' , ? 1 , , I E , E E , , 5 , i L gp, T-L1 529, 4 1 E -L, Q A 2, x , n I E I Z I 1 F r I i aff E? k ki! g7E.5' ' 4 w in Q, 5 35 f 4 Ni A iz 1+ ,t 1 i Q is . 1, 3 1 I. J Qi ,M X MQ W 1' xg I , '-L J? 1' L x-v ifmu. gag? O7'gd7ZZ26ZfZb7ZS PM lf: v 0 3 W ! 79' A sag ,.!'!." QQ 6" Q 1 I 'age IM . i 1.. .:,.,',.jIC'if'j'-- , ' 1 ' ' --X - g MTDKJQL13 DIR ECTOR S REUBEN RICKETTS RAY L. BOYER Music Debate and Oratory W! LUCILLE FORSYTH Expression Lf? f. f Muff H4 n V .-1.1, ' 'W- P ' 4' ff F 1 - '- 4 5- 'H s 2 1 E! lf A K -, H lr ,, ,, 5 iq, fl ' yr ,J 2 . ei.. fn, ' ,,. 'E Jlfufzr In the past Fredonia has very willingly supported all athletic activities, since they have been popularized. Although the work of the music department this year has been primarily fundamental, much has been done to popularize this department, and with the appreciable showing made this year, the people of Fredonia and the High School have a right to expect greater development of this art in the school. Mr, Ricketts deserves much credit for his able and untiring eforts, and for the advancement made. It is to be hoped that the music will be loyally supported. Tabula and Omtofjf This department has proven itself to be able to do work of a very commendable character under the coaching of Mr. Boyer. The effort put forth this year is only a beginning of what may be expected later. Mr. Boyer is a recognized authority in this line of work and with the support of all concerned he will be able to make this a more eliicient department of the High School. Exprefyiofz The Department of Expression was. this year enlarged so as to make it one of the worthy departments of the High School. Miss Forsyth has shown herself to be an able di.ector of this work and no doubt the foundations laid this year will evolve into more fruitful endeavor during another year. We believe this department to be a worthy oil:-rp rlge and we look forward to its growth. l'r1,qff 0 DEBATE Affirmative Team: ' Oscar Lines, Dorothy Bachelder, Gladner Brewster, Lucille Scott, alternate. Negative Team: Lester Nunn, Dorothy Davis, Elwood Waas, Thelma Vandever, alternate. The Debate Season This is the first time in several years that Fredonia High School has had a debate team go to the semi-finals in the Verdigris Valley. This was accomplished by excel- lent material working hard under the able coaching of Mr. Boyer. The first victory was over Buffalo, which was a unanimous decision by the judges. Next came our debate with Neodesha which resulted in a tie both in points and in judges. This allowed both teams to go to the semi-finals and for our next debate we drew Inde- pendence. This debate we lost by a score of four to two judges, but although we lo-st, it was with honor that we did. Page U6 P-IULL z MOH BE! 9.1, iqcl IK 121.1 '10 'V n OILPS S6 'uoqeag 'sselg 'Jas uglseox .V KB NWN 'Jo RH 'uospmg 'uoguiw F911 '14 S194 qsag fuoqaaq U0 's oaag pu PU 9 4 P' 'JQIMN CI eq 'sguuo AA :SI LQSEAA UHQI 'u Sporom 'qxeg 'peag 'u0.1.1aH 'JQAQIOM 'sung plow 'S seg 9Ll 9PI 21 -mend :mcg qsagg 'JW RH 'ugyglg 'umoag fxaousdg ,- ,.. O1 ZJQJIP 'SQQGBIDIH aalnqg 4.1 S .IBAA ef 'uqew 'zq 00,151 'LIQIJBH 'suosaed 'saw fl EAA -A Page U7 Ryu, Glee Cfub First Row: Schroder, Jeffers, Wolever, Thatch, Barrett, Lyons, Wyckoff, Loilin, Bell. Second Row: Kincade, Brown, Shaul, Wilds, Chapman, Loflin, Hibbard, Davis, Harlan. ThirdhRow: Shelton, Lafferty, Housley, Schloesser, Johnson, Shuler, Hampton, Cunning- am. Girls' Glee Cfub First Row: J. Nattier, Marr, Meyers, Byerly, Shafer, Davis, Mr, Ricketts, director, Vandever, Stewart, Prunty, Scharff, Andrews. Second Row: Hall, S. Boone, Jump, Pumphrey, Shannon, Brown, Reiif, Flinn, Olinger. Third Row: A. Boone, Jordon, Schloesser, Lair, Lewis, Hendrickson, Branick, Herold. 'frrfr rim' JYUxea' Chorus First Row: Davis, Hampton, Wilds, Harlan, Jeffers, Wyckoff, Barrett, Thatch, Loilin Shuler, Bell, Chapman. Second Row: Shaul, Risinger, Meyer, Boone, Shafer, Prunty, Byerly, Vandever, Hibbard Third Row: Cartrall, Andrews, Lair, Hendrickson, Lewis, Boone, Schloesser, Jordon Hight. ' Ylvfl 1177751 fory Ollfljif Q Lucille Tuttle Winner of the Flack Declamatory Contest and the Fredonia representative in the Val- ley Contest where she took third place. I'lt,qrf 1:11 Y. W. C. A. Y. W. C. A. CABINET Back Row: Mellon, Knox, Vandever, Wolever, Reiff. Front Row: Taylor, Price, Grier, Davis, Lewis. The Y. W. C. A. has been organized in Fredonia High School for several years but never has it had an organization with as much pep or as enthusiastic a group of workers. They held weekly meetings in which they carried on their programs of the organization and have bettered the life of the high school. Page TU , " E L , I IOO IGQI-D a'Fffl ,I -:pf R7 ,L DRAMATICS S . fi E ......,....HOWARD MILLER ......v.....DONALD HIBBARD ........MERWYN CHAPMAN ROSS BEST ........DONALD THOMPSON .,.......THELMA SHAFER DAVIS ........GERTRUDE WOLEVER Y 5 X I CC 79 I I U26 Charm Salma! 1 THE SENIOR PLAY 1 THE CAST I f I AUSTIN BEVINS ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,.,. ' K DAVID MCKENZIE ........ I GEORGE BOYD ........... I JIM SIMPKINS ........ A, ' TIM SIMPKINS ........... -A5 HOMER JOHNS ...............,.. fbi? ELISE BENEDOTTI ......... I I MISS HAYS .................... . , MISS CURTIS ........ 1.5 3 SALLY BOYD ......., 5 MURIEL ............... I 5 MADGE ......... I ALIX .............. 1 I DOTSIE ......... . , ETHEL ........... 5 I I DOROTHY ........ I 3, I CELIA ............ , 1 3 LILLIAN ....... ' l I IJ, 5 rf 1 I 1 1 I E E THE JUNIOR PLAY I ...............DOROTHY MEYERS ........MARY LOUISE PRUNTY RITCHEY ................LUCILLE TUTTLE .......NITA VAT! THOMPSON JUMP ........VEULAH ANDREWS .............LUCILLE SCOTT ........ELLEN CANTRALL r . 5' The fualfom Enter Jam" N THE CAST Y TUCKER WHIPPLE ........... ...............,......,...,..... ...I......... R A YMOND SHULER 1 A BETTINA BLANDISH .............. .......... M ADELINE LIEURANCE Q 4 g CHARLES FALLON, JR .,......,. ........... I ................ W AYNE WILD 'g WALLACE JUDSON .............,,.. ................. F ERRILL MALIN 4 MRS, WALLACE JUDSON ,,,,,,,,. .... DOROTHY BACHELDER I HULDA K. JUDSON .,...............,.,.... ,......... T HELMA VANDEVER . I I PHYLLIS STOTENBOUCHER ......., ............I................ L UCILLE KNOX CHARLES FALLON, SR .............. .......... M ATTHEW CUNNINGHAM i CHRISTOPHINE ,,,,.,.,..,.,.,,,.. ......... A GNES LAMOREAUX BILL TAMP ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,................ H ERBERT LOY I MRS, BABBIDGE ......... ....... F 'ERN PUMPHREY v'--1 W gm Pqqe 71 I 1 A I , 59? I 'D gif?-?,1iQ fl-EP Page 72 Topzzlazrzbf 1 Q A S ,Q E34 Kg Glenn Beal qmost Cpopufaf' WW Thelma Shafer cjwoxt Spopufar girl . Jw 1, - . .lu-if ' ...X t' 21 , 4 J I Humor 54 ., O P AD 1-be 'gs L 7. Li ,- ! , FN 1 I' W,..,-v'-- ,, , A iLj.,3xgLL.13,t::,1g 3: -XXX 1 N----- . . - . .. .GULQ-iff? 4 . ,n,g,q3.f' ,, .. .....4.-..-.--W - CALENDAR Sept. 2. Everyone is passing by the building, giving it the once over before they start getting their "edumuncation," as Har- old Hall calls it. Sept. 3. Labor Day and everyone starts in laboring for a whole school year. It is a regular first day, the Freshmen are so green that they are being walked on instead of the grass. Sept. 4. Glee Club try outs for the boys. Billie Brockway tries out for alto. Sept. 5. Chapel. Annual sale is start- ed with the faculty giving talks and telling jokes. Webber does not talk or give joke, he does his bit by standing on the stage. Sept. 6. Yellow tags are the only pro- tection. Have you bought your annual yet? Sept. 7. The last of the Freshmen were caught and warmed today. Sept, 10. The "Karo Klub" met over the week end and sweetened the building with the stickiest syrup they could find. Sept. 11. Programs are changed again today, and again we hear that beautiful song, "Is this Latin one." Sept, 12. Chapel, We show the Freshies how to yell. Football ticket sale started. Sept. 13. Our football tickets malte us look like we had been in the hands of the express company. Sept. 14. The Faculty and Seniors give a reception to the Freshmen. Glen Beal takes Lenore home. 'Shame on 'Ame,' he's got a girl." Sept. 17. "Shank" gets tackled instead of the dummy. Sept. 19. After chapel we are told to go to our third hour classes." Sept. 21. It is rumored that "Grid" Scott is going to take Thelma Sha'er to the show tonight. Hard day on Beal. Sept. 24. Our mistake, it w2sn't "Grid" at all. Sept. 25. Donald Thompson was on time to Psychology. Sept. 26. Chapel. Rouse pep for F'ri- day's game. Sept. 28. Severy was romped on to the .MQ Vi: s rr . 1. .-Mr s... .- -f p.- tune of 12 to 3. Barrett invents his sweater swing. Oct. 1. Every one going around with his head in the air, aviators in town. Oct 2. Thelma Shafer has her hair bob- bed, now she will be late every morning from fixing her hair. Oct. 3. Football boys eat ice cream and cake on Mr. and Mrs. Elliott. Oct. 4. Circus at Independence. Oct. 5. Pep meeting at 11:45, featuring "Storky" and his band. Yeah, we beat Al- tamont to the tune of 15-0. Oct. 8. Football squad show Altoona how to scrimmage. Oct. 9. Max and Lynn play with mice and cats in English. Oct. 10. Girls try out for chorus-all teachers keep doors and transoms closed. Music in chapel by James Barrett, Walden Spencer, Raymond Shuler, and DeFever Swartz. "Storky's" band raises Mr. A. Pep from the dead, and Merwyn makes some lively ghost. Oct. 11. Can't tell the Senior girls from the Freshmen girls, all are wearing hair ribbons. Oct. 12. We have a football game on our "Local Lake," score 0-0. Oct. 15. Rain, rain, rain. Notice to Freshmen. The pool developed in the cen- ter of the walk leading to the boys' entrance is no-t a swimming pool, nor is fishing al- lowed. Oct. 16. The joke is on Thelma and Mary Louise and they don't know why. Oct, 17. Pep chapel with all classes sending telegrams to our boys at Caney. We get licked, 6-0. Oct. 18-19. Teachers gone to the con- vention. No one is mad and there are sev- eral people pleased. Oct. 22. In checking up the teachers, we find that no one was run over by the street cars at the convention. Eddie Bair starts to school. Oct. 23. Editor takes some pictures in front of school, while the Freshmen look on in wonder. Page 77 feat -... ... .- ,. 1 fi' ff, - BLACK A Oct. 24. Carnival started. Oct. 25. Nothing but Carnival commit- tee meetings. Oct. 26. We get out at noon to go to Independence. "Lady Luck" seems to be an especial friend of I. H. S. Freshman party at Leeches. Oct. 29. Say, we can't keep a calendar for this annual unless you kids do some- thing that we can print. Oct. 30. Y. W. C. A meeting after school. Oct. 31. Chapel in the mo-rning. Carni- val and Hallowefen at night. Every one is told to "Go to Hell." No harmmeant. Just a side show. Nov, 1. Cars and cans are parked on the campus as a result of last night's pranks. Nov. 2. The Weather rained on us while We rained on Oswego to a 33-0 score. Nov. 5. My, all the Seniors are good looking. No wonder they are having their pictures taken. Nov. 6. Caught in the act. Mr. Elliott and a friend are seen shooting craps in the hall, bet a banana split that Mr. Elliott won. Nov. 7. No Chapel-everyone mixed up. 'Taint fair. Nov. 8. Declamation try outs. Seven Seniors and one Junior make it. Nov, 9. Chapel with the American Leg- ion in charge. Orchestra heard in chapel for first. time this year. We win from Eu- reka 25-6. Sophomores have a party at Nattier's. Nov. 12. Who said this was a legal holiday? Was the walkout successful? Ask someone who tried it. Nov. 13. We can't tell you anything about what happened at school today be- cause we got kicked out yesterday. Nov. 14. Everyone ba-ck in school today to hear Cleo give a pep talk and to vote on the Popular Girl Contest. Nov. 15. Thelma Shafer is still ahead in the contest. Naturally, she is a Senior. Nov. 16. We played Cherryvale. We brought home the bacon 10-7. Nov, 19. Good English Week is start- ed. Mr. Yost has more than his share of the tags. Nov. 20. Boyer and Forsyth change rooms. Nov, 21. Merwyn and Carroll learn to skate at the rink. Gangway or you'll lose a eg. Nov. 22. Juniors are still having their pictures taken. Nov. 23. First number of the High School Lyceum course. Nov. 26. Donald Thompson was on time again in Psychology. Page 78 Nc-V, 27. Oscar Lines walked to school with Cecil Efiin. Nov. 28. Chapel to rouse pep for game tomorrow. "Sha" is coming and we are ready for them. The game is insured. STL". one ll, . 26 fff? 5: 0. liar i .127 :+G Z C iv' xt 02 zQ-N p CD Nl if -3 mi--irigvzs 11 U ol g----- . f HY Y V 'wx -L .....,- Qlk.. Turkey Day. Say, what's the idea of all the snow. We didn't order it. Neodesha insists on playing and we only beat them 6-0. Dec. 3. This is Monday. That is all we l'now about it and everything else. Dec. 5. High School Minstrel. Barrett doesn't want any chicken. De-c. 6. First ten men picked for the basketball squad. Dec. 7. The declamors are practicing during every supervised. Dec. 10. The sno-w is surely malring a dazzling world out of this old earth. 12. No chapel today. We had Dec. twenty minutes last week. Dec. 14. Flack Declamation Contest. Lucille Tuttle wins first place and fifteen dollars. De: 17. Barrett is still gay but has spent all of his ten dollars he won in the contest. Dec. 19. We have a play presented by the Dramatics class. Mille? ought to be ashamed of himself for,,kissing a girl before a big audience. Dec. 21. Special Chapel Rah for Christmas. we get two weeks vacation. See you on the 7th. Jan. 1. I haven't eaten a piece 0' candy or played a game of pool this year. Jan. 7. Back to school again. No one is expected to have their lessons today. Yost saw his red-headed girl while he was away. Jan. 9. Chapel. Y. W. C. A. meeting after school. Jan. 10. All football pictures must be taken this week. eeesee- A , . - -ML -L ., ...,.lF,?f2EE.'f-16521 W 5 . Jan. 11. Somebody entered the school last night and bolted all the doors so that no one could enter and carry off anything. Jan. 14. New semester started today. We had full school hours and unprepared lessons. f . I l girilxi. X Xl! Vfiltllfi up my X .fl if lF'qLbq.,,n is -gl It QLFW'-.U W I - Mi F' 'WI YW llyctivitn Jan. 15. Programs changed and we surely hate to see our classes disturbed that way. Jan. 16. Girls' Glee Club sing and make noises in chapel. Jan. 18. Elliott got back from Texas or some place. Jan, 21. Basketball season tickets on sale. Jan. 23. Donald Thompson got to Eco- nomics on time this morning. Chapel to- day. Start pep for Basketball. Jan, 25. Miss Crawford takes charge of English classes in place of Mrs. Shank- lan . Jan. 26. Fun has started in the English VIII, third hour class. Somebody hit Percy Thatch right behind the ear with an eracer. We win over Erie by a score of 26 to 3. Jan. 30. Chapel next week. We can't have it this week on account of fire drill yesterday. Feb. 1. We plaved Chanute and won on our home court. Score 29-16. Feb. 4. We have had seve'al of the English VIII students tal'e out life insur- ance against being killed with eracers, spikes. etc. Feb. 6. Chapel today but We were care- ful not to run over time. Feb. 7. New York Players. Iva Reiil' brought "Gridiron," Feb. 8. life defeat Altamont 42 to 2. Close game. Feb 11. Donald Thompson arrived on time to Economics this morning. Feb. 15. "The Fascinating Fanny Brown" is presented by the Dramatics Class on the Lyceum Course. We win over Co'- feyville there. Feb, 18. We get beat at Frontenac. Feb. 19. Cooleela enters school and starts making eyes and winking at "Grid- iron." Feb. 20. Chapel. Joe Stroud, if you can't keep quiet, you can leave this audi- torium. Feb. 22. We win over Independence and then go coasting. Feb. 25. We didn't come to school today so we haven't anything for the calendar. Feb. 26. Percy Thatch was caught picking his teeth with a big spike nail today and'was sent out of English. Feb. 29. Beal, Hibbard, Thompson, and Shelton walk to Oswego to see the team win. Mar, 3. All four get an unexcused for the trip. . .K X-lx Qi. If 2 To XX it 4 X ,f . 3' I N WNMM Z2 K ,f ii r ll ,ix l gfx Mar. 4. Pittsburg Glee Club gave en- tertainment. Mar. 5. Dramatics Class presents a play after school. March 7. Cherryvale comes up to get licked 21 to 14. Mar. 10. New Albany plays the second team. Oh yes, we win. Mar. 11. The Juniors are working hard to put on a play that will come up with the one last year. Mar. 12. Chapel. We have lots of pep because we play Neodesha Friday. Mar, 21. Yes, We won. The sco.e was 35-21. March 24. Say this isn't funny. We lost all 0' this year's bc-oks and found all of last year-'s books in the pile on the study hall floor. We like this bell system but our dear teachers don't. Mar. 25. We lose to Chanute. Mar. 28 We win over Longton. No' wonder, looked who re"ereed. Mar. 31. Hobo Day. Mr. Elliott gets back fiom Pittsburg. His nose looks too red For him to have just been crying. Hollis Isham is elected Hobo President. April 1. Your shoe is untied. April fool, the jolcei s on you. I 'aye 7.0 4 1 BLACK 4 April 2. No Chapel. Yesterday was Hobo Day. April 4. We win over Caney again, and cinch the Championship. April 7. The Fredonia Seconds send the Neodesha Bull- Dogs howling home. April 11. The Junior Play is given. The prompter put on an excellent production. We lose to Cherryvale. April 14. Our Trophy case is enlarged by another cup. April 15. This book is going to press. April 16. We had Chapel today. We wonder what is wrong. April 17. The Operetta parts given out. April 18. Donald Thompson was on time again to Economics. April 22. Special Assembly. Senior play cast motor to Neodesha. No acci- dents reported. Oscar Lines elected track captain. April 23. Chapel again today. Mr. May 1. May Day. Myra and Lenore busy hanging out May baskets. May 2. Track meet at Coffeyville. We come out second. May 6. Dorothy Meyers leeps in Chemistry, thus keeping everybody else awake. May 7. High School Operetta goes over with a bang. May 8. Juniors busy with the Junior- Semor banquet. May 9. The Seniors get to eat on the Juniors. They have a pretty banquet and a dumb toastmaster. May 12. Two more weeks of school. The Seniors begin to look sad. May 13. Senior party at James'Bar- rett's house. Mrs. Thatch. May 14. ers see what May 15. Thanks to Mrs. Barrett and Senior Chapel. All the teach- they really look and act like. Mr. Elliott is back. No, he Riggs must be getting absent-minded. Pop- did not get drunk this time- ular Boy Contest held. Fred Lyon is ahead in votes. May 16. Senior Play. It goes over big. APTH 24- Y' M- Party- Glenn Beal May 18. Three more days of school for wins popular boy contest. the Seniors. April 25. The singers all go to Pitts- . . burg- Fred Lyon breaks Doris, swagger May 21. Senior class day exercises. Stick' May 22. Senior All-Day picnic. April 28. Willard is caught flirting . with Susie. Be careful, Susie, please don't May 23' N0 School for Seniors today' lead him astray' May 25. Baccalaureate sermon. April 30. Rev, Todd speaks in Chapel. I Lethal Howell presents cup to the high May 26. Commencement exercises. We school. are qultuated. X . qJ-,-, gp I ,f 9 il g x Q" X f,.xmgr...,,m,q41. Ui ,,,..Q,.1f Q .utslmmi "l' ff-lf fvcgxp-5Q . Barrett's Suspender Tackle Page 80 eww- 1 f -1- 1,14w.i9-zeiae JOKES AT RANDOM I shot an arrow into the air: it fell in the distance. I knew not where, till a neighbor said it killed his calf, and I had to pay him six and a half. I got some poison to slay some rats and a neighbor swore it killed his catsg and rather than argue across the fence, I paid him four dollars and fifty cents. One night I set sailing a toy balloon, and hoped it would reach the moong but the candle fell on the farmer's straw, and he said I must settle or go to law. And that is the way with the random shot: it never hits the proper spot: and the joke you spring that you think so smatt may leave a wound in some fellow's heart. Not to apologize, but to explain whv we haven't the best jolfes of F. H. S. in these columns. It is this. the b-est ones are run- ning around on two feet. Lenore: "The man I marry must be square upright and grand " Glenn: "You don't want a man. you want a piano." Harold Hall says he knew Babe Ruth when she was just a little girl. Tonight's bed-time storv: Once upon a time there was a man who would rather read history than fiction. Mr. Ricketts fln glee clubl: "Now. girls, if 'F' means forte, what does double 'F' mean 7" Fern S.: "Eighty." Faye: "That minister is just wonderful. He brings home to you things that you never saw before." N. V. T. "Oh. that's nothing. The laun- dry does the same thing." The English language is called the moth- er tongue, cause father never gets a chance to use it. WHAT A CRIAM A nice little maid from Siam, Once said to her lover Kiam, You may kiss me of course Put you'll have to use force. Tho thank heaven you're stronger am. than I GEOMETRY STUDENTS PRAYER Now I lay me down to rest before I take that awful test, If I should die before I wake: oh joy! I'll have no test to take. Two colored men were standing on a street corner, discussing family trees: "Yes, suh, man," said Ambrose, "I can trace our family way back to a family tree." "Chase 'em back to a family tree?" ask- ed Mose. "No, trace 'em." "Well they is only two things what live in trees, birds and monkeys, and I don' see no feathers on you." Lynn: "I Hunked this exam cold." Willard: "But I thought you said it was easy." Lynn: "It was but I had Staycomb on my hair and my mind slipped." Mr. Yost: "I call my girl Spearmint because she is so wrigglyf' Riggs: "Lester who are your parents?" Lester: "I am the son of Nunn." Mother: "What are you reading, Dor- othy?" Dorothy M.: "Breezy Stories." Mother: "Oh I am so glad, I do love to see girls interested in the great out of doors." Yost: "Now, if some apples are thrown loosely together and placed in a callar, they taste like the cellar of course, but if they are wrapped separately in tissue paper be- fore placing them in the cellar what will they taste like?" James B.: "Like the tissue paper." Those two guys are a regular circus when they get together. Who? Barnum and Bailey. ECONOMICS Overhead expenses ............................ Hairnets Upkeep ....,............................................... Belts Improvement Taxes ...... Powder, Rouge, etc. Internal Revenue ...................... Malted Milks Protective Tariff ........,,................ Cold Cream I 'aye 81 -,I E 'Q 5f'k25 I -A Y sf ZQ's,5Qmif.f QQSX, X af' Pqqe 82 om Gliwtifiif f . He was a bad egg but no one objected to him until he was broke. Wilma: "Oh goodness, a mouse ran up my sleeve." Ervin: "Aw, that's nothing a sewing machine ran down mine." Mr. Elliott: "Wife, there is sand in this bread." Mrs. E.: "Yes, I put it there to keep the butter from sliding off in this warm weather." Miss Grier: "Who can tell me who Shy- lock was?" Madeline, sitting in a draft. "Ah-ah- choo-oc-" Miss Grier: "Correct, a Jew." Lucille: "Gertrude, isn't the College of Emporia in Wichita?" N. V. T.: "Aw, Dorothy, it's not bilerds, it's billyards. You sure don't know much about pool." Mr. Boyer ftaking the rolljz "Is there any one here who is absent?" Jack wanted a new watch. He was told at home that il he would wait until he graduated he could have a real good one. To which he replied, "Never mind getting a watch, by the time I graduate a grand- father's clock would be more appropriate." "How is the milk maid ?" He asked with a bow. "It isn't made, sir: It comes from the cow." . W -if ' f 1 h L, JE W wi l f fa? Y 096-1 N Mr. Yost: "What requires the least nt' r'shment?" Max F.: "The moth, it eats holes." l af: ' ' .-JJ CAN YOU IMAGINE? Willard on time to biology? Jim being only five feet tall? Miles in overalls? Lester N. without a joke? Morris Scott dating Fern Stewart? Dorothy M. without something to say? Miss Traster going to a dance? Miss Forsyth without her threat to Hunk? Hollis I. without an argument, or with a real one? Mr. Yost without a red headed girl? Mr. Elliott without a dream? Mr, Boyer without a stiff collar? Missing a week without giving an exam? Mr. Riggs not ready for a good joke? Neodesha getting the best of Fredonia? Louise Butts without chewing gum? F. H. S. twenty years from now? Miss Rodgers teaching physical training? Miss Kanode opening a dancing academy? Miss Crawford without a smile? Mrs. Taylor keeping the study hall quiet? Mr. Shankland not on the verge of singing a song? Agnes L. passing a single day without winking? Elizabeth B. acting frivolous? All these jokes funny. The farmer drills for water but the school boy drills for fire. Mr. Ricketts' description of the modern dance, is as follows: Shuffle left, shift right, point on the heels and waddle like a sick duck. If this doesn't give the proper kick, reverse hip bones. The scientific name for snoring is sheet muslc. PAGE MR. BURBANK Oh, that some bright inventive man Would patent, make, and sell An Onion with an onion taste, But with a violet smell. "What is a duet played with two mouth organs ?" "A Kiss." "Queer, isn't it ?" "What's queer ?" "Why the night falls-" liYeS.7! "And doesn't break-1 "Yes." "And the day breaks-' HYeS.D "But doesn't fall." Harold Hall: "Did you see how that new girl smiled at me ?" Leo H.: "That's nothing, the first time I saw you I laughed myself sick." Pllffl KJ' 0353 ' H .fn fl? Mfg .NN . 1 2 X P l V2 Qi to .1 ' ,. 4! 3 ' T . . 01 . i tif 7.11 rl ,, 1 1 i I i il 5? i: .ll it l 'WE-' L7 I l x i i, 'x v 5 tv 1 1, lp . 5: fr ya Q l i gr ,A JN Fly la, Y t sa 'J lfj til: . S V 159' a .n,...,.,.s ,,,f-'.a...,.1...QZx.L...1.,..-.gwfsg r 3 1 1 L ,.,f5:Z'J,,, X . 00L0 nd Bn if gg. - ,,.,,.,.,,,.....,.,,O.Ifm,L . .,., .,... ...I - . -'2g4:f'f'q?'J , il H . l A FINANCIAL STATEMENT Little drops of learning, y I OF THIS BQQK Little grains of spunk, 5 - Helps the mighty Senior ' RECEIPTS ' To pass without a fiunk. Sale of books ...................,......, ,,.,,,,, S 600.00 Llttggttlflege of Eubberf 1 Individuals and groups ......... .... 5 00.00 M kl ebagop 0 pglnmd . Programs and activities ..,...... ...,. 5 00.00 aT? 'Took Wliigolit :gt ' Total ................................................ 31,600.00 l I DISBURSEMENTS Lester says that some girls are so. easy 5 ' Printing, 3.25 t0 catch! that they are like an epidemlc, - Engraving ..................,......... .... 1 .75 1 3 Photography ........,...................,......... 2.00 M ' ' fi h' - , I Pool money for Editor ...................... 59.35 UI Suglgstoglssoiles nipitgogrlcgggggigng' f ' Gasoline for Business Manager .... 78.65 you wouldnvt have any use for me 77 ' Q ' Money Spent by both OH dates """" 85000 Miles fnot realizin her motive. but tr - if Chewing gum and cokes .................... 105.00 - - g , ,, y fy A Mone saved for the summer 50000 mg to prqve hls loyaltyi' Oh' nonsense' I T y ""' ""' ' Mary Louise, what do I care for looks, you Total ................................................ 51,000.00 Suit me" "- Everyone not satisfied by this statement may make it known by contributing to the old age pension of the staff. If a cat jumped out 0' the window And it killed her when she lit. Would the .jury decide that the animal, Had died in a cat-a-leap-tic fit? ' 1 5 'x l . i f Many a man has lost his good name by QI' having it engraved on his umbrella handle. Man has his will but woman has her l Q way. 5 Edith D. to Lester who works at Brook's: "Give me ten cents Worth of bird seed." Mr. Boyer: "The civilized man is one . Lester N. our smartest Junior: "Aw who looks ahead. The man who spends four come on, you can't fool me. I know birds years in high school is looking ahead fifteen ' grow from eggs, not seeds." or twenty years." i Dan B.: "I am going to look ahead Fern T.: HHOW long. is the next Cen, twenty or twenty-five years and spend five . tury-gv years here." 3 MI.. Yost: uwny does the new moon Dorothy B.: "What does one of those ig., never get richyv coffee calculators cost?" 3, Rex Millner: "I don't know unless it Fred Lyon.: "Are you percolating on spends all its quarters getting full. buying one?" gy Opal Price: "Who was Pomona's bride- Freshibus takibus examinatorum, i groom?" Copibus fromibus his neighborumg Ruth R.: "Why her husband of course." Wrightibus seeibus little cheato-rum, lf' Causlbus Freshibus to flunkorum, Miss Forsyth in expression. "There is gfl 211't,1H using the HPS? You Should all Cul' Causes for insanity among the faculty: V ' wa e 1 . ,X Shall we write on both sides of the Vi If d . t .t. . 1 h d paper? Q betterygg Sgsgne hijs cggsze a mu e you a I didn't hear the question. Are our quiz papers graded? Percy Thatch Says that every time he What did you say was the lesson for g, sees a girl with a lot of waves in her hair next tlme - it makes him seasick. I had my theme Written but I left it 3: in the study hall. it On Morris Scott's enrollment card, after Must We Write this in Ink? f the blank space for parents' names is writ- I had a headache last night, so I A2 ten, "Mama and Papa." couldn't get it. Q .ig Page 84 ,Il Lf':"f't' """'TT7f'i"'i"""AA-:L 'Miyagi W' ' '21-1fff?1f??"'4QsS-414 "" 'N't"M""""""""""""""""""'-"r:"-"f"-4 .21 - A -f-i.1i:i2i:53ff,fjy' rm? if CT filth Willard: "I had ear trouble caused from swimming." Mary Louise: "Maybe your ears weren't used to the water." James: "I found a button in the salad." Lester: "Off the dressing I suppose." Miles: "I can tell you to the quart how much water runs over Niagara Falls. Doris B.: "How much?" Miles: "Two pints." If you want to make Herbert Seem short, touch him for a fiver. Inkeldv. pinkeldy, my foutain pen, Well here you are, out of juice again, Sometimes out and sometimes in, Inkeldy, pinkeldy, my fountain pen. Dorothy: "Oh, Oscar, you are so ten- der tonight." Oscar: "I ought to be, I have been in hot water all week at school." Donald T.: "Their marriage was pure and simple." Lucille S.: "How is that ?" Donald T.: "She was pure and he was simple." They say "Gridiron" would have been a great musician but he was too big a coward to strike a chord. 35? WDW x fn: . . N 1 1 1 JL A v 4 1' X ' . X W " , . ii isis .Wm if QD W it L, if.. Mr, Boyer's seven-year-old son explain- ed his late arrival at Sunday school: "I wanted to go fishing but my daddy wouldn't let me." Minister: 'Tm delighted to hear you have such a parent with such excellent principles, regarding the Sabbath. Did your father explain his reasons?" To which the boy replied, "Yep, he said there wasn't bait enough for two." Kenneth Ross: "Oh yes it's true, my great grandfather fell on Bunker Hill." Ervin Best: "Ice or banana peel." Q is G0lQQIl?ls4i1 , , "I don't see why the girls are so wild over those battered up football men." "I suppose its the inate feminine love of remnants." Mr. Riggs: "The teachers will meet in the sewing room to make out the grades." Merwyn C.: "Yes I suppose they must have some place to patch them up." Miss Traster: "Where was the Magna Charta signed?" Ray Shaul: "At the bottom." If .lerrold Bell: "You're the breath of my 1 e. Jeanne Smith: "Did you ever try hold- ing your breath ?" Miss Kanode: "Roy, if you had ten oranges and ten apples and you gave nine- tenths of them away, what would you have ?" Roy Otto: "I'd have my head examined." Dale: "Do you think I'd make a good football player?" Phillisr "No, from what I know of you, you would be penalized for holding." Peaches may come and peaches may go, but lemons stay forever. Mr. Yost: "They make silk out of gun- powder." Wayne W.: "Does it ever blow up?" Mr. Yost: "Well not without the help of the wind." Lucille: "You know that Jack was the goal of my ambitions." Dorothy: "Well, Why isn't he now ?" Lucille: "Because father kicked the goal." Miss Grier: "Nobody ever heard of a sentence without a predicate." Earl C.: "I have, Miss Grier." Miss Grier: "What is it ?" Earl C. "Thirty days." Thelma at The New: "Won't you join cup of chocolate ?" in a Willard: "Thank you but won't it be a crowded?" bit Page 85 'ev .1 'V ,LQ .rr Shankland at Coffeyville: "For a spring chicken, this is pretty tough." Waiter: "Well, sir, you know we've had a pretty tough spring." Merwyn: "Do you take Economics?" Faye Ester: "Yes." Merwyn: "Do you want protection?" Faye Ester: "Oh, this is so sudden!" Miss Grier: "I do not believe in these cheap pictures that you see in the picture show sometimes, but I know that a lot of you go because I have seen you there." Barrett was in his favorite position. He had his feet in the isle and was chewing gum violently. Miss Crawford: "James, take that gum out of your mouth and put your feet in, this instant. Doris B.: "How did you like the "Pass- ing of Arthur"? Grid. Scott: "Really, I'm not up with football, on which side is he?" Yost, fexpostulatingjz "Now this hydro- gen makes an invisible flame, see it?" The Freshmen are green, the Seniors are gray, 'Tish simply the green grass turned into ay. Jack Wolever: "How can a fellow live without brains ?" Dizz Hall: "I don't know, how old are you ?" fI'raster: "Who can name some of the uplifting institutions ?" Ray Shaul: "Elevators" Deac Hibbard: "How can I keep my feet from falling asleep?" Madeline Lieurance: "Don't llet them turn in." Boyer: "Who is reigning in America today?" Hollis I.: "Prince Albert." Gladner Brewster ftalking to Mary Louise following the Cherryvale footba'l gamej: "You know, Mary Louise, it was because that I was thinking of you that I made that touchdown and won that foot- Boyer: "Do you remember when the ball game today. constitution was adopted?" Thelma Vandever: "No, I d0n't remem- This column of Jokes would not be corn plete without the Junior Play f f u ber it." V W my Q 'BO 5 M LA, 7 gli ,- Q L f 7 H l ag. -1-' gf . .QL-AX v 2-GL Football Game. Neodesha in the Snow. Poqqe 86 . r- l"rLyf Ng' 1341? Q91-D avi ,, Q il f I x 1 i Q04 ri I ' s E 1 i I 4 l i I l l .5 1 An annual is not the creation of an individual or a small group of individuals. It is the product of the Senior Class-of the entire student body. We wish to take this l '4 opportunity of expressing our appreciation to all those whose hearty co-operation have x I made the Old Gold and Black what it is. We wish to especially thank Mr, Ricketts, our all faculty advisor, for his assistance and guidance. And also we wish to thank Mr. Elliott 'LV and Mr. Riggs for their untiring help. To Mr. Steele and Mr. Fronkier we cannot ex- Q tend enough appreciation for their aid in helping this. book to be a financial success. J To our printers and engravers we also wish to express our thanks for their co-operating l in such a fine manner. If you like the book, we are glad. 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