Garber High School - Wolverine Yearbook (Garber, OK)

 - Class of 1928

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I . . yah-y -,I Mig, ,A- t .. . .3 . ., . . -, ,,,,3.-, -B, ,-.x , ,2.!Q.,,4 , t ,.: NV... -, y ','ugif Digi... t V - . r , ,, ,, r . , L- F jf yr 'iv I, 7,1 , .,, -, , . . ,in ,- -il ., AQ4 fg'4.?+?-ef?" f'p7"f-":ff7il"e3:".weiIf1 - r . 'Q , I Q, , o 'luL,-L,,-,3plP' i Jnremnrh We the annual staff of '28 present to the student H body of Garber High School this first edition of the' Wolverine hoping that it may find friends, happy memories and new inspirations. F 1 . i e - " ' e- e Waf:-ffi,'f2.'f:5iv.smi1f'. 1 so 1 "ff -... , -- ., f - .f-K - w + . 0.-1-until ,.. . 1 ......-.N-.gfafo I g r-ur gffygvfffre-V Y H -f- . e .- H.,--tw ' e'+ Jf'. ' - ' -"" .-sf V- . ' - , 'H' 14: If , . - ,.,. . 4 ,Q M ..',gsX.-ft 3':.', -f hu 2 - 'V ,: ni :,, , , , N , . ,- ,-gag.,-F111..gv-:,1 ri . V: ff' bffw neiiit ft ., , . n j , 1.1 ., 'f x 'rffrwfi 1, 1.3 Q Q.-.She . . ,N ' np- .41 ' x.- ' ,T z V-,Q an ' a-' k "5.'Q,R , .:f' J - :ig-'I' iii? 'sr' ,Q 151. 31 .W V1.5 vu ' ' ' A -' ffv-"-3' . f ., . . e -4, -, in M2--Y,.,, , -. ., , ui , -53 s. , i,., ,Q .,.,' if Q. X , 31, ff. ir ., A 1- ,ln ,l, ., 'Li , .- , fu , n f ' f ,, - ., ,,,, a 4.,. , - . Vi . .. Y ,n Q ., ,,-. ,, . 1 lc-E f-JI 0 " ' " 0. 1 ' l Q W i WOLVERINE 4 si S Q.. ,v r W "ll3En5i5Jl' ' I l w i -Eehiraiinn l J To 'Clyde A. Boyd whose sound counsel, good fellowship, firm character, unfniling sympathy, and I thoroughly good sportsmanship have proved an inspira- tion to us in our school days and an indelible influence in our lives, this first volume of thc VVolverine is :lf- l fcctionately dedicated. -- s g ,4W'?'f-'PG ibsv-vwgx - s s'fw:f.saCQ.-mm Five o0l"' ' E 'i LJ "Ulu ,Q 1 Q WOLVERINE g Q Q N S ...Iliff 1:4-Jllf, l l i O O l ' Apprermttnn f Because of his untiring Work for us and with us and his untlagging interest, his cheerful assistance, his Capable advise, and ready sympathy in our efforts to make the Wolverine a volume of which the school will he proud we wish to express our deepest and heartiest appreciation to our advisor, Ray O. Baird. 1 s F s -- fx- Q gf' 4 ix ANN UAL STAFF ,, B I LZENEVIVE TAFI' tXR'l'HITR SIMS ICLVA DVORACEK 'I'w1-:En FAILING .,,,,,,,,. CQURTNEY BUFFING'l'ONA..,, LURENE Ix1ND'1' ,,.A ,,, RICHARD 'TAFI' BERNICE C1.ow . , 7, . ADAI1 IVIYRLE Houcms VVAYNP: M,xUP1N ,, , MARY IiUL..,x S1v11'1'H ,, LEMARCH SMITH AA,,,,,,,,,.,,Eflit07' in Cllfff Afxft. Bzzsinrsf MlI7lIItLVl'I' , ,,,,, , .,.,, Liirrary Editor .,,,,BuJinffs.v MII7lIIgl'l' ,,-,,,A"5sf5f11nt Erfffor . ...A CYlI!l'7lffII7" Edifnr --w.ffffzl1'Ifc Editor' ,.,,.--,,,Knd11k Effffur , ,fzminr High Rrjr. ,, fokz' Editor ,,,,.,M11,fiL' Editor ,, Crlrtmmisf I SNW1 x k PQ E 1. if 5 i .A ,.,.-gl! 4 E. ,f ?Jl..... - QQ- 2 - fe 75 1-+ I - Q. 1 Il x .....'f'lEI'l5t:Jll,,.,x vw I R! Q, QQ U I. . I QB h f Z6 k V I 1' nr n nn 5 UI I ' ' . I, Q . I . 0 ' I 1. ADMINISTRATION. ' 2. CLASSES 3. BEAUTY I 4. ATHLETICS. F 5. SOCIETIES. 6. FINE ARTS. , 7. PICTURES 8. JOKES. 9. ADVERTISEMENTS. I ' ' I E fght i ffa, " 3 J 280' I - L .Im . . I ,S A - ff..2ffcSR2I. A - - .. I I. 5. sm. 1 ..glI ll Jig. EQ 9 9 OLVERIN ."'lCz n 4Jl"', v I 4? W Gather Qigh Svrhnnl 1923 I 1- I J I JQGIZGLQQQ-v9.E?Q,t, 1 '5'L,4sfa- Q S ohh? N ' " I o , ,Q , , 0' .' UC- twirl'-Tl", I il K 4 .0 0, -' ls f N x. B- -e4f' f f -2-Q. . 1 SCHOOL BOARD The School Board is composed of five members, one from each ward in town and one from the out- lying parts of the district. Mr. D. Gibson, who has been on the School Board since 1919, represents the section of the district outside of the corporate limits. Dr. Guy E. Brewer is the oldest in point of service having been a member of the board since l9l4. Harry Magill is president of the Board and has been one of its members for the past four years. C. E. Carlin has also seen four years of service having been elected in l923. He is clerk of the Board this year. Louis Lippert is a valued member of the Board, serv- ing now as vice-president. He is a colleague of Mr. Gibson having been elected in l9l9. The community owes a debt of gratitude to these men who have given freely of their time and their interest that the Garber children might enjoy the superior advantages that the school has been able to give because of the efficiency and progressive attitude of the men who direct it. '- ,g?6'fPPG 99-'N?'fSg, 4' W eeeaeawsazw i Ten Ifinnk 09112 .l, A "',lIfI1ni -JI.. . ,,.:,? , WOLVERINE ......CldEMEl:J'-'.', , 1 w W, WF ws 1 1' r ff 8 ' N' f 11 ' " W Q X'---1 rf-W-'51 N Q ,I M1120 ' C 4 'xx C Www mmm' fx .3 2' 1 , lam UW fl ' Q f-1 ' 616.gif , f X w e A -ff 2? f xff ' -AL ri "' - .- -1 f El gl! 9 E : EDI. 0" ' I ' 'u 0, ,O 'illglg I-Iliglli' X' 1 S . , WOLVERINE :gy L. R. D. Eaton, Superintendent of the Garber City Schools is an alumnus of Kingfisher College of the class of '14 having received part of his college work at the University of lVlichigan. Since receiving his B. A. degree he has done special work at O. U. in 1916 and in 1927. He expects to receive his Masters degree from O. U. in 1928. He has been Superintendent of the Garber City Schools since 1917. In that time the high school has changed from a. two year high school with an enroll- ment of about twenty to a fully accredited high school of about two hundred and belongs to the North Central Association of high schools. Under his supervision the Garber High School has become one of the foremost small town high schools in the state, being a leader in every progressive movement in secondary education. May this outstanding character always be held high in the esteem of the student body. 4 rfmav Q ww J- A? 1 t 1 'A Y Y - weetwaebsawtsw - Twelrve MARY OVERHOLT Principal Junior High A. B. Phillips CLYDE A. BOYD Principal Senior High A. B. Phillips LEON E PETERS mn1m'1'ci:1l, Sm-inl Suivnce A. B. Phillips vmm BVLLOUK A, B., B. s.. Phillips RAY O. BAIRD Vocational Agricultur B. s., 0. A. M. it. GAIL EATON lVlZLfl1L'lll1lflk'S B. A., Kingfisliur ,. Thirlfwz 'U fffp .Il'.'XNl'lA.'X l'O'IVI'ER English, junior High CLYDE C. CHARVOZ Sviciwc A. B., Phillips LONXA LYHENE Office Secretary G. H. S., '27 VERA MAE KELLER Holm' Funiolliics A. B.. Phillips CECIL G. CLARK History, Gcogfrzlphy, Junior High Life Cvrtificzitc, 0, A. M. C. ELIZABETH BROVVNING junior High, Sviciius B, A., O. C. VV., CiHL'k1lS-'Ill Fonrlffen If5nnk Emu K - 5 : 3-JI 'uni' I ll .. 0 , , - , 0 ."IC-':rlL'4-Jl"- I y 1 r ,I NN v QM SENIO S ' f fl 'J QQ1"f f ' , 27 ,J fi? 1 I ',, A ,gvdwcvci vmwrsy, 4 - wfGg?4Sri'faQa'Za'23:9n' Fifteen Sixteen ELVA LILLIAN DVORACEK, Garber Glee Club '26, '27, '28: Literary Society '25, '26, '27, President Literary Society '27, Secretary-Treasurer Pep Club, Girls' Quartet '27, Annual Staff '2S: S. S. S. Club '25, J. A. P. Club '27: Pep Club '25, '26, '27, '28, B. H. B. Club '27: Hiking Club '26. TWEED EVERETT FAILING, Garber Football '26 '272 Basketball '26, '27, '28: Literary Society '24, '25, '26, Glee Club '24, 25, '26, '27, '28, He Hounds '24: Junior Play '27, Operetta '27: President Class '26C Annual Staff '28. WILLIAM ARTHUR SIMS, Garber Literary Society '25, Vice-President Class '27, Football '26, '27, Basketball '26, '27, '281 Track '28, Glee Club '26, '27, '28, President Class '28i He Hounds '25, Junior Play '27, Operetta. '275 Annual Staff '27, '28. CYNTHIA IRENE BYRD, Garber Glee Club '26I Honor Society '26, J. A. P. Club '27I Literary Society '27, Newspaper Club '27, '28: Library Club '28. EMILIE MARY TOTUSEK, Garber Literary Society '24, '25, '27, '282 Glee Club '28S Pep Club '26, '27, '28, J. A. P. Club '27, S. S. S. Club '25: Annual Staff '27I Glee Club Librarian '23. HARRY ARTHUR MOORE, Garber He Hound '25, '26, Aggie Club '25, '26, Boys' Pep Club '26, '27, Glee Club '27, '28. VIVIAN ESTH ER Hikinxz Cluh '26 Literary Society COE, Garber "25, '27q Pep Club '25, '26, '27, '23: J. A. P. Club '27' S. S. S. Club '25: Jnurnalism Club '26: Saturday Night Club '28. EARL RICHARD HVTCHERSON, Garber Football '24, '25, '26, '2'lg Football Captain '27' Track '24, 263 President Class '26g Journalism '26: Literary Society '24, '25g High School Play '28. DELBERT LYLE BRVNKEN, Garber Band '2T: Boys' Pep Club '27, Amzie Club '25, '26: He Hounds '25. LOVELLA SEAM.-KN, Gurbcr Soprano Solo '27 Glee Club '25, '2G. '27 'ZX' Minstrel '25 3 Hiyrh School Play '28, J. A. P. Club '27 Hiking: Cluh '26, Pep Club '25, '26 Opcretta '2T1 Basketball '25. LURENE EMILIE S. S. S. Club '25, v '28 , .,,7 KINDT, Gairbcr Literary Society '24, '25, '2G: Camp Fire '27: J. A. P. Club '27' Glee Club '2R: Pep Club '26, '27, '2H3 Secretary Class '27: Vice-President Class '28, Annual Staff '2H: Saturday Night Club. WALTER LEONARD Gurbcr GROTIIER, He Hounds '25, '26: Junior Play '27: Basketball '2lSg Glee Club '26, '2S: Literary Society '24, '25. Se-Z'el1lef'.'1 E ight l i Q E611 BERNICE IRENE CLOW, Garber Secretary-Treasurer Glee Club '28, Glee C.ub '28: Annual Staff '28, Literary Society '24, '25, , , Pep Club '26, '27, '28, J. A. P. Club '27: Vice-President C.ass '26: Journalism '27, Saturday Nigrht Club '28. '26 '27 ' J. C. FAILING, Garber President Class '25Z Vice-President Class '26: Football '24, '25, '26, '27, Basketball '25, '26, '27, '28, Annual Staff '26, '27, Glee Club '24, '25, '26, '27, '28, Track '25, '26, Junior P,ay '27: He Hounds '24: Tennis '26Z Quartet '26, '27, '28. JESSE PRIIETT, Garber Track '26, '27, '28, Boys' Pep Club '24, '25, '26, '27, Baseball Club '27: Basketball Club '27, Annual Staff '272 Glee Club '28: Football '27, Aggie Club '25, '26, '27, Treasurer Class '28, BILLIE COX, Garber Literary Society '24, '25, '26, '27: Pep Club '25, '26, '27, '28, J, A. P. Club '27: S. S. S. C.ub '25: Glee Club '25, '26, '27: Journalism Club '27, Saturday Night Club '28, VIRGINIA A. NORMAN, Garber Basketball '25, '26, Glee Club '26, Junior Play '27, Freshman Play '25, Pep Club '25, '26, '27, '28, Journal Club '26, Literary Society '26, '27, J. A. P. Club '272 Hiking' Club '26. DONALD ARTHUR PEACHEE, Garber Glee Club '25, '26, '27, Pep Club '25, '26, '27, Senior Play '27, Secretary-Treasurer Class '25, '26. GENEVIEVE MAE TAFT, Gurbsr Glee Club '26, '27, '2X: Pep Club '26, '27, '28: Piano Solo '27: Editor-in-Chief Annual '2N: Annual Stfafl' '27: Sergeant at Arms Class '2Rg .I. A. P. Club '27: S. S. S. Club '25: Literary Society '26, '28, LEMARCH C. SMITH, Garber Annual St.:-16' '27, '2H: Vice-President Class '27: Football '27. GENE WILSON MLLAUGHLIN, Garber Honor Society '25, '26, '27: Debating Club '27: Hi-Life Staff '28: High School Play '28, RLVA LEAH GAGE, Gul'b'r Pep Club '25, '26, '27, '2H: J. A. P. Club '27: Journalism Club '26: Literary Society '26, '2T: Junior Play '27: Hiking Club '26: Camp Fire '27: Saturday Night Club '28, LOIS MABELLE ROSENBERGER, Garber Valedictorian I Honor Society '25, '26, '27: Glee Club '26, '28: Pep Club '26, '27, '2S: Literary Society '25, '26, '27: Debating Team '25, Secretary-Treasurer Class '2G: Secretary Class '2X: Senate Club '28: Journalism '28: J. A. P. Club '27: S. S. S. Club '25. JANIES HERMAN FORD, Garber Junior Play '27: High School Play '2R: Band '28: He Hounds '25. N ineleen i Tauezzty MARTHA VIRGINIA TROSPER, Brooklyn, N. Y. Choral Club '25, '26: Literary Society '26: Secretary-Treasurer Glee Club '2Elg Pep Club '26, '27, '281 Girls' Athletic Club '25: French Club '25, '26: G. O. Club: Debate '25, '26g Secretary-Treasurer Class '25: Freshman Play '25: High School Play '28. PAUL MALY, Garber Band '27, '28: Orchestra '27, '28: Glee Club '27, '28: Operetta '273 Boys' Pep Club '27. JAM ES KRIVOHLAVEK, Garber Literary Society '24, '25, '26. HELEN BARNETT, Oklahoma Ci Forensia '24g Pep Club '28Z Journalism '2R3 Saturday Night. Club '2S: High School Play '29, MARY EI'LA SMITH, Garber Literary Society '24, '25, '27: S. S. S. Club '25: Annual Typist '2R: Honor Society '25: Annual Staff '25, 28: Pep Club '26. '27, '22-lg J. A. P. Club '27: Saturday Night Club '2X. GEORGE PORTER, Garber He Hounds '25, Track '26. 'Y PTT.-X LOUISE IIILLHOIISF, G:u'lmcr Dyuamiters Club Pep Club '26, '27, Glee Club '26 '27 '251 'ZHQ '283 Honor Society: '2G.g Girl Reserves '27: Operetta '27Z J. A. P. Club '27. RI. GRI-EGG, Gai rbu 1' Football '25, '26, Basketball '26, '27 '27 'fm- , '2r4: Stock Judging: '24, '25: Secretary-Treasurer 25 ' He Hounds '24: Amrie Club '24: Honor Society '25. SK OTT MARVIN RIDER, C4 il Band '24, '27, '28 Orvhestra '24. '27, '2R3 Secretary-Treasurer Class '27: Sergeant,-at-Arms H0 Hounds '25Z Class '28 Boys' Pep Club '27. If DN.-X IVIAIE I-IIITCHERSON Pep Club '25, '26, '27. 'ZXI Vice-President Pep C uh '27 President Pep Clu li '2H: President Class '27: President S. S. S. Annual Staff '27: Vice-President li. Glee Club '281 Hiking Club '26: Yell Leader '28, Journal Club '27: High School Play Club 'Qui H. ll. Liu '28, ISI' RNICE IRENIC CRANE, Honor Society '27: J. A. P. Club '27I S. S. S. Club '252 Pep Club '25, '2G. Senate Club '2R: High School Play Junior Play '2T: Pep Club '27, '28: '27. 'ZHC '2X. Journalism Class '273 .I. A. P. Club 27. CI Y LOGAN S.-XPP, 'I'uls:i Spanish Club '2H: Senate Club '2H. President J, A. P, Club '27' r 1'3'l' , Cmrlm 'r 1, -2- . 4 . G11 rbc 1' IIPNRIETTA MARIA BUYER, Cwrlm Taz .gl X 7 ,'.'lf - T I 'JI..... tev a egea qae - eg' 33,9 5 Heber ep P We MQ lla 9 il Q, ,Q ....L'lEIl51':',, 1. . IMAGINE WHEN: l X, i Scott doesn't play for chapel. Q Virginia Norman agrees with everyone. I Jack Conn gets to school on time. Walter Grother wears sailor pants. Cynthia Byrd is yell leader. Edna Hutcherson is not teasing. Elva Dvoracek is not laughing. Mary Eula is having her way. Tweed Failing is not boss. Earl Hutcherson is up in his lessons. Bob Bridges football captain. Dancing is permitted on the stage. Bernice Clowis car is out of gasoline. Miss Mary will not be good to the Seniors. Donald Toben is not the shiek of the school. Anna Maud reduces. Irene Crane is a flirt. Lorna is without Allene. Wayne Maupin is the shiek of the juniors. J. C. is not sleeping in school. Martha Trosper is not eating candy. Billie Cox never talks, Jessie Pruett isn,t conceited. Graden Hale is without freckles. Mr. Charvoz is excited. Richard Taft is an honor student. Miss Browning hates the men. Genevieve Taft is in a hurry. Miss Potter sings "Red Lipsn. Edith Armour gets good looking. Henrietta Boyer wears short skirts. Louella Seaman isn't dreaming about Scott R Miss Peters finishes a recitation on time. Mr. Clark sits down at ease. Prof. doesn't give a talk on puppy love. ider i L fwfr-gow wswsws, a , ' J I . . :fda -L. , faa..sf.o.Q..w Twenty-two i H lEQJllp.... r ' 'LfE NE - wo X zirgrg y w 4 W w 5 J NIORS 4 soruiiiw RE 5 A " 376096 iq' '?Wg, J' f - -fees-cawsa-:Em - '.'.jlIL :lg ll -lJl..... , 1 5 -L WOLVERINE R F Q.. U F , ,gf' .Ill-5-1-1-Ill' JU N IO R S Top RcmfG1'anl4i1 llailv, Earl Mvssul. Floyd Gibson, Gsorgc Fislisr, Cluo Mvfullnu 1, Percy Hall, Wzrync Maupin, Fred Cos, Richard Taft, Marx in Barnss, Frud Moore. Second Row-Lillie Marc Bczird, Lillizm Cnc, Arlyn Wlwclcr, Hclcn Flick, Ardzl It Lzxkey, Harold Yr-rigor, Donald Tolu-n, Hurry Clary, Arthur Lai Grunge, Eldn fans SCU. Tlmird Row--Milton Duncan, R. L. Htclulwins, Bustcr Bradford, RLly'l1lllllil Darnell Maly, Courtncy Buffingron, Murjory McCullough, Lorna Grulmnn, Auvcrn Dosscr, Cledn Snng Fourth Row-Mrs. Eaton, Sponsor, Lucillu Ford, Virginia Lyhcnc, Annu Maud Clow Dorlcs Stoker, Mau' Norris, Edna Haworth, E511 Klcckner, Bcmnic Dunlzrvy, Ncl CLASS OFFICERS Courtney Buffingron Prusidcnt ,,,,....,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, , Vici'-Prcsidunt H ,,,, Donald Tolmcn Svvn-tarry-T1'u:1slxri1 , Hurry Clay lic Huy COLORS FLOWER Blur- and Gold Arne-riczm Bvnuty Rose lVIO'I'l'O "Nut at thu- lop but still rlinmlwingf' R - " "'ff7f-'PT QWVWY' " ' ' -" I l-- - +w:f.s4.Qi+:.s:f2fw - - Tlwenfy-f our .-glI- :, if 4Jl'. s s L D 4" ' 0, L , f y 9"-'2 9 'Q WOLVERINE FL - L N' 5 e , f 'o. ,,-, n O O O' to "IC-rm'1-il", I SOPHOMORES l Top Row-Melvin Riggs, Wylcy Cramer, Duunv Brunkcn, Howard Adair, Wt-sluy Lowrvy, Robert Bridges, Aaron Stoker, 'I'ht-odorc Hcndrirkson, John Nippcr, Paul Johnson, Willl1lk'L' Laffcrty. Scoond Row-Bcutrirc Loopcr, Etlma Brute, lrcnc Nlorgan, llcnc Frazier, Pauline Pcavlcr, Edith Armour, Velma Reigcr, Rivhard Perks, Banks Colv, Lloyd Conn, Floyd Conn, Earl Smart. Third Row-wlfrcd Howard, Vernon VVecks, John Wolford, Lydia Polifka, Estclla Boycr, Velma Kindt, Mary Campbell, Mabel Wfilson, Louisc Grothcr, Dorothy Janssen, Eda Lou Barhyte, Violet Hutcherson. Fourth Row-Miss Bullock, Sponsor, Evelyn Southwick, Bcrdinc Dodd, Mildred Vcncl, Zclpha Gibson, Beulah LcForcc, Esther Thornbruc, Clyde Housmon, Blossom Tt-mplc, l"ranru:: Huffxnun, Jcssu Hutcherson, Arthur Dunvan, Mt-rlc St:bbins. Fifth Row-Lovcna Rcigcr, Edna Dosser, Dorothy Richard, lVIildrt-d Stam, Anna Krivoh- lavek, Daisy Richard, Bernice- Dst-ds, Mildred Brycv, Hazel Stam, L.-tha Nt-ll Hawkins. CLASS OFFICERS Prcsidcnt ,,,,,,,,., .,..,,,,, ,,,,.., ,,,.. ,..,. , , , ...,,,, L l oyd Conn Vit'c-Pmsitlcxit ,. ,,,...,,. H ,l,,,,, , Floyd Conn SCl'I'CfHI'5'-TI'L'11SllFCI' . , , , W Bvatricc Loopcr COLORS FLOWER Pnrplc and VVhits Pansy MOTTO "Now or l1vx'ct"' ' l - s g W'4'57?P?Qw9'55'7't'i" 4' 4 +i . - 'wiiifffa b"l5'2f3i'9' ' Twenz y- F ive ggi is rf 4,1--w ,,'..glC - '. :'Jlg....' , "exe reg-gg. WOLVERIN E 1759-'Z92-,5Z35e2s'-..:5 , , ..."f-En'15t53"", I l X w l K CALENDAR 1927 ' l September W 5 Enrollment. , P 6 Individual recitation plan begins. l 8 Graden Hale starts school. , 12 Sophs put up colors. l 14 Junior High Sophs initiated. 16 Senior High Tacky party. 19 Seniors have pictures taken. 22 Mr. Boyd has mumps. 23 First football game of season. 27 Annual staff elected. 29 Mr. Boyd back to school. October 5 Seniors get proofs. Ohl My. 7 Garber still undefeated. 15 Seniors order rings, what kind? 20 Shirt-tail parade. 21 Seniors have candy sale at football game. 27 Juniors give Hallowe'en party to Senior High and faculty. 29 Group pictures taken for annual. 31 Seniors get rings. November 3 Another football victroy. 4- School dismissed, teacher' meeting at Enid. 9 Pep meeting. 10 School carnival. ll We celebrate Armistic: Day by a holiday. 18 Last football game, Garber undefeated. 20 Our motto: Beat Covington. 23 Pep meeting. 24- Thanksgiving game. l 25 No school, Sophomore party. 30 Annual Queen contest opens. 7 December I I Senior Class of '28 gets pictures. 3 Saturday Night Club has Treasure Hunt. 7 Senior Class wins beauty contest. I 9 Senior High has pie supper. I, 16 Bernice Clow and Walter Grother run out of gasoline P F I 23 Vacation. fContinued on page 580 I 0 figs Ca- 4 iid 'beef - P afffefzfaiowsw.. J A Twenty-:ix A -J r 3 gi. " ,1- 9 - ,A . T-. , "gli - - ' -Jlg 4" M- ' "Q, ' , r '9 WOLVERINE Q-be ' X IQ... 5 b Q 7 ',,, --. M ..L'rTHl't'J-I, mon Qludqn V..-.W , 'S f I X f 1 vf .'Q!f!ff6f!!' .ifniiigg45ggS5 A""" vu. !l5F!Eie!f:g'5"" i!i.JE!!!!!!2 T-Tillllllllli '5f.!!!!!M!.!'! gllllllflfl -wfgfsessfni ii"aifif,fgix nniiimifiixi' 'Qgsfelislrgsui 'iiiiiifiiliiiili '!!l!!!!.!!!!!!!! iiiimieiiiii' !!aem!!!nu!1 ll!!!Ul musk iififfai iiiiii :!'!.E!!!!!!!!!! X .esaezeiiifim 1i1n!s!suuk'IIIliiil! .f1!!!!!!!!!ii!!i!!! Ima----.---su 1-- ..jf'::::::::.:::5iu nh, "'::::u::lrllls - - un! ' ' ' in - ,bfvffap svrq- 4 - Y , . Twenty-seven Tmuezzfy-eight H ELEN ARMOITR Camp Fire Girls Pep Club Physieal Education MAXINE RACLSTON Camp Fire Girls Literary Society Pep Club Reed 81 Ruffin Travel Club Parliamentary Drill M AE DISNEY MI Pep Club Sewing Club Nature Club LDRED VENCIL Pep Club Physieal Education Sewing Club MADALINE GROVES Ga rbe r, Okl 11. HELEN SANDBURG Orchestra Literary Society Camp Fire Girls Glee Club Parliamentary Drill Girls' Chorus OLGA GALLATIN M Pep Club Literary Society Spanish Club Camp Fire Girls ARY FORD Literary Society Camp Fire Girls Reed 81 Rafliia Parliamentary Drill Pep Club Travel Club ADAH MYRLE HODGES Czunp Fire Girls Purliznncntairy Drill Dancing Club Physical Ecluvzlriun Travel Club Ruud 81 Ruffin Pep Club JERRY MALY Physical Eclucaitiun High School Bamml TOMMY GREEN Bzisl-ictbzlll Leather Tooling Currunf Events ELIZABETH SMITH Girls' Glu- Club Pep Club Camp Fire Girls Literary Society l'nrliznm-ntary Drill Travcl Club Physical Ecluraiticm Ru-d Sz Ruffin JULIA STAM Girls Cliorul Club Junior High Litcrury Music Club Newspaper Club BILL HAWKINS Glec Club Pep Club Physical Etlllfllllllll Boy Scouts MILES PERKS Football Basketball Truck PAULINE SCCYIVI' Pllysiunl I':llllt'LlIlUll Pup Club Sewing Club Twflll-1'-llizlf .,'gllI - 51 li lilly... y 9 y 9 WOI VFRINE Q y ... i , ,,' Z -.O ..- f ' C J J C S Q' ix S 1 x "ll-1: in-JI" L M35 a Q mv' Thirty LU D i LULA MAE KING Basketball Literary Society Pep Club Girls' Chorus Sewing Club Etiquette Club CLEO HAWORTH Physical Education Pep Club Literary Society ELMER WILSON Physical Education Boys' Bird Club Spelling Club Debating Club Pep Club CY DVORACEK, Orchestra 17 1 f Pep Club Q. 7 I Y High School Bandf 7f- 2 Y Literary Society 56- 6 Girls' Chorus Physical Education 'Q' 6 ,8 Parliamentary Drill '1- Travel Club I Q- 7 Re 81 Rafllia fj, 7 0 OTHY MILLER3-' Camp Fire Girls Girls' Chorus Reed Sz Raffia Current Events Literary Society Phhysical Education HERMAN WIGGS Pep Club Physical Education OWEN BRADFORD Physical Education Boys' Bird Club GLADYS YOUNG Music Club Art Nature Clul, Etiquette Club 3-9 3 f atffigtfgvtggwtp- J E -- ...-jll' Ei lfi LJ... N'N Q.. N, -I gf T U ' f Q f WOLVERINE tg, W '-In-iz t-t-av" LILLIE HUGHES HOWARD SHOEMAKER SAMIS PETERS Literary Society Track Leather Tooling Current Events Basketball CRYSTAL BOWEN JOSEPHINE MILLER Camp Firm' Girls Pep Club VVAYNE CINNAMON Physivul Education half! ' JIM M IE TOLER Football . Basketball LOIS ATWOOD Girls' Pep Club ,v FQ 4 Q 5-N"Wx f " Vi- FG 95 1 ', 4 ' - wew. Qwaeww L - - 1-.iii Thirty-ane l 1 f f WOLVERINE 4 PAULINE WELLS Newspaper Club Girls' Choral Club Music Club RALPH WILSON Physical Education MELVIN WRIGHT Literary Society Leather Tooling Physical Education Parliamentary Drill N INEZ LINDERFELT Camp Fire Girls Girls' Pep Club LOIS PEAVELER Pep Club Sewing Club Physical Education Music Club Spelling Club Reed :md Raffia Clu GUY NORMAN Football Basketball 2 Truck Literary Society LAURENCE RYAN Physical Education High School Band Junior High Literal ry b SSW Society l l Basketball F VVANEGIAA NELSON J Pep Club Basketball L - A ' WVFWFW 953 WW" A d "" L S K wQaf.:+6Qs+:.F5.zfw k Thirty-taco -ful :ll I: LJ... G G G " ' 'Q ,sv 'o. 0' E E' E E . 'uc-,1 ,:,::nv' I N 5 y E yi WOLVERINE Q Q N 1 4 s ' 9 Q S 1. ,gff-7,06 suv f MATTIE OGBVRN Literary Society Camp Fire Girls Girls, Chorus Etiquette LESTER BRUNKEN Physical Education Newspaper Club ' Boys' Pep Club PEARL OBERLANDER Basketball Literary Society Junior High Glee Club Pep Club ELLSWORTH PARRACK Football ARLIE OGBURN Art Track Basketball WANDA BEARD Garber, Okla. HAZEL WILLIAMS Sewing Club Pep Club Music Club WALTER SARTIN Physical Education , Pep Club Basketball 1 h . Y '?':. , .1"i-X f"' - ,L is 1fee4.f.:+a0s+a:1i2w - l Thirty-three IC - 7 f -.JI ,,.gI I I' .. g W ,V ' I , i .0 n., i 1 ' C . 05.9 2 i A?.WOLVERINE,'?,i'S ,:1eIZTeAse.-.,ef , O 0 'lnqggg ,5,:JnvP . CLASS WILL I l To .whom it may concern: We, the dignified Seniors of the famous class of ,ZS of Garber High School, do in this document set forth our wills and we hereby do believe that we are in a sane mind, as follows: We will to the School Board a desire for a more perfect school. We, as a class, will to Mr. Boyd, our dear sponsor, a dozen great-grand children. To Mr. and Mrs. Eaton we will a happier married life. We will to Mr. Clyde C. Charvoz our tiniest Senior. To Miss Bullock we will a nice fat husband. To Miss Keller we will a nice temper and more red hairs. To Miss Mary we will a Journalism class that can write news. To Mr. Baird we will another good looking girl on the annual staff of 1929. I, Clyde Boyd, sponsor of th: Senior class, will to Mr. Clark all my extra paper files. I, Henrietta Boyer, will my ability to argue to Irma Robinson. I, Cynthia Byrd, will my quiet disposition to Eda Lou Barhyte. I, Bernice Clow, will my giggle to Edna Dosser. I, Scott Rider, will my popularity among the girls to John Nipper. I, Mary Eula. Smith, will my Home Ec. ability to Dorothy Janssen. I, Tweed Failing, will my position as star basketball player to Graden Hale. I, Esther Coe, will my rogue, powder puff and lip stick to Helen Flick. I, Delbert Brunken, will my heart, hand and blond hair to Allene Haughey. I, Guy Sapp, will my gold tooth to Wayne Maupin. I, Lurene Kindt, will my permanent to Bonnie Dunlavy. I, Jesse Pruett, will my desire for wine, women and movies to Arthur La Grange. I, George Porter, will my high grades to Wesley Lowrey. Jimmy Krivohlavek, will my ability as a Spanish shark to Floyd Gibson. Lemarch Smith, will my ability to run to Ben Goodman. I, Virginia Norman, will my seat on the bus by Arthur Sims to Ollie Disney. I, Etta Hillhouse, will my baby face to Edith Armour. I, Elva Dvoracek, will my school girl complexion to Nellie Hay. I, Arthur Sims, will my ability to make a hit and a home drive to Richard Taft. I, Louella Seaman, will my title as song bird to Evelyn Southwick. I, Walter Grother, will my freckles to whomever wants them. I, Billie Cox, will my ability to care for children to Pete Conn and Paul johnson. I, Leah Gage, will my seat by Guy Sapp to Vera Mae Gilger. I, G:ne McLaughlin, will my smart sayings to Will Rogers. I, Paul Maly, will my Senior picture to next year's Sophomore class room. 1 I, L I, Lois Rosenberger, will my diamond to Lucille Goodwin. I, Earl Hutcherson, will my football captainship to Wilbur Huntsinger. I. Emilie Totusek, will my nspecksn to Virginia Lyhene but never my Raymond. I, C. Failing, will my false teeth and glass eye to Courtney Buifington. I, Helen Barnett, will my typing ability to some Dumb Dora. I, Edna Hutcherson, will my position as yell leader to Lorna Graham. I I, Arthur Moore, will my oratorical ability to Percy Hall. I, Genevieve Taft, will my jazz to Velma Reiger. I I, Herman Ford, will my ability to act to john Wolford. Martha Trosper, will my little feet and my sweet disposition to Cleda Sims. I, Irene Crane, will you all the laughs and sighs of making this will. I, Duly witnessed and signed on this day. sENIoR CLASS or 'za Q25 qrheif murky. J, l i'- ,g?4'?C-PFPG 9SW'45'Q'i',, " I ' - eeeeeawsesseaf . -- Thirty- f o ur . nigili ll Jll'.... fe v '6 WOLVERINE 6 e e Q- N' if k 7 '.'lllllx - ' '- p0'v f -um-JU' w+ ll l In we Jurggas ' OPIJOPIORE wi M my , if 1 1 1 1 L 1 Thirly-jilve . '- ILWGQQQ QQQSRQLX 4 4,-ll - 7 w4s4:f:Q6.bafsf2m' .".jlI I -:fl lf :Ql..... - J O, W ' 1 G 9 0 9 9'9 WOLVERINE 'S i o : to N' DA 1.. S -I ,v - -I ..lll'tE F3-Jill' JUNIORS , Top Row-Howard Campbell, Vernon Norris, Glenwood Clow, Clifford Brucs, Robert Failing, Leonard Barnes, Forrest Prickett, Eva Mannin, Mildred Miles, Evelyn Thorp, Lucy Krivohlavek, Alice Pruett, Daisy Worth, Olivia Sims. Second Row-Xelpho Davenport, Mnrjory Willshire, Irene Lztfferty, Lorena Dornun, Venn Porter, Lois Turlton, Beatrice Messul, Vermell Burns, Otto Miller, LaVerne Houston, Jack Manning, Bernard Birdsalll, Albert Aberroxnbie, Johnson Porter, Wendell Colt. Third Row-Eugene Graves, Walter Clay, Elmer Grother, Charles Edward Wolford, Glen Dosser, Lloyd Janssen, Joe Lyhene, Mildred France, Myrtle Willshire, Louise Wolford, Elizabeth BLlfFll'lg'fUl1, Lola Jucknmn, Janice VVecks. Fourth Row-Miss Potter, Sponsor, Mary Kleckncr, Jaunitu Forbes, Helen Slentz, Ado. Bieliers, Freda Kindr, Fruncss Green, VVz1nd11 Penchee, Thelma Housnlon, Betty Failing, Irlene Botts, Edwin Dumuin, Guy Keith, Charles Homer Eaton. OFFICERS President , , ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. , ,,,,, Verlnell Burns Vice-President M , ., Glenwood Clow Secretary-Treasurer' , , ,ef,e,,.. Joe Lyhlne Q'OLORS FLOWER Blur- and Silver Sweet Pea MUTTO "Second to non3'. i - V "' 4?5"-'PWQQq"5'5'9'i" J -"' l . 6' 0 1 l - Y - hffaiisfba aiavifhl Thirty-six li ll ,V :ii nv-swf ' a1'fT"?' , V l O G 7 a A 0 '.---I-:Ni-J.."'lq O , N. 1 G 049 2 9 3 in , , t X ""IL1Ef.5.SJl"" l l T N 1' , soPHoMoREs l l ' T t t T l Top Row-Arthur Hayes, Taylor Warner, Chester Dewey, George Enochs, Ralph Peavler, Harold Buckolz, Clair Gregg, Lucretia Polly, Vernie Hudson, Josie Krivohlavek, Frances Keffer, Florence Moore, Ollie Disney, Velta Holmes, Vera Gibson, Rachhel Buckolz. Second Row-Velma Burks, Pearl Shouss, Mildred Seeley, Bernice Morgan, Wilma Bruce, Patty Cline, Pauline Hicks, Bertha Enochs, Margaret Ruth Gallatin, Sara Helton, Lucille Holloway, Bernice Givens, Hazel Rogers, Elvin Cinnamon, Francis Perks, George Totusek, Clyde Warner, Paul Hicks. Third Row-jim Coe, Neale Lamb, Kenneth Aubrey, Lacey Oaks, Walter Clay, Arthur Stout, Earl Houston, Charley Parker, Kenneth Laffcrty, Virginia Morning, Olive Hutcherson, Emmajane Howard, Irene Krivohlavek, Nettie Gibson, Alta Porter, Pearl Bennington, Easter Lily Clow. Fourth Row-Miss Browning, sponsor, Bonnie Housmon, Ruth Trout, Lucille Porter, Merlyn Flick, Opal lngmire, Dorothy Hutcherson, Valera Thomas, Naomi Mannin, Bertha Bryant, Zelpha Caron, Tottie Williams, Blanche Tarlton, Reba Brunken, Irene Adams, Fern Dunbar, Adrial Porter, Virgie Richard, Merline Magill. OFFICERS President ,..,.., ....,....,,.,,...t, , ,,,, .... Sara Helton Vice-President ...,.., .,,, ,,,... P 1 luline Hicks Secretary-Treasurer ..... ,,,,....... J im Coe COLORS FLOWER Pink and Green Pink tea rose ' ' MOTTO "Onward to greater achievements." G " - ' " i'?4'7'?C3W 999'55'i',, 4' ' - - 'eeetfsawsawsm G G G - L Thirty-sewn s B.. lf 4 7 f 4Jl 040' i .' 'U Q ..llC-fgrqfqllll e , ' l ' -,agen WOLVERINE fiae aea e pi CLASS PROPHECY l In the summer of 1937, having established a new record for a non-stop flight around the world and being hailed as one of the best authors of the day, I decided to take a vacation and travel' over the United States. The World Series were then in progress between the Yankees and the Giants so I decided to start my vacation there. On looking at the names of the players I was surprised to see that the Yankee's catcher was Arthur Sims. On going into the diamond I noticed a young lady jumping up and down and yelling with all her might. I soon recognized Virginia Norman and she told me that she had changed her name to Sims several years before. As I was traveling through the country I chanced to stop at a circus and the first thing that met my eye was the figure of a "barker', at one of the side shows. On going closer I saw that it was my old friend, Walter Grother. I bought a ticket and went in. In one cage was a ferocious looking person who was labeled as "The Missing Link". Imagine my surprise when I saw that it was Guy Sapp. Finally the main show began. In the first ring was a lion tamer who was making large lions jump through hoops and stand on their heads. I had to look several times before I could be sure it was Earl Gregg. The circus was a good one but the part I liked best was the acrobatic act in which Earl Hutcherson and his wife fformerly Leah Gagej performed many daring feats. After the show was over I went around to see the manager. I almost dropped when I recognized Jimmy Krivohlavek. While the circus was billed'as "Hoople Brothersj' Jimmy told me he had not wanted to use his own name. That evening I went to an opera. I received a great shock when the first singer came out on the stage, it was Louella Seaman. Later in the evening Scott Rider played his saxa- phone. I went around to the back after the show was over and learned that they had been married three years and were very happy. They also told me that Tweed Failing and Lurene Kindt had been married for several years. When I returned to Garber I found things much changed. Etta Hillhouse and Irene Crane were teachers in the new Garber University of which Prof. Eaton was Dean and Mr. Boyd was head coach. Lois Rosenberger was a great authoress and her husband, Paul Maly, was a great scientist. My old chums Arthur Moore and Delbert Brunken were farmers and were well known for their prize beef cattle. J. C. Failing had married Elva Dvoracek who had been twice chosen the United States Beauty Queen. Emilie Totusek was a telephone operator and Cynthia Byrd, defeated in her desire to marry Tweed Failinng, washed dishes in a cafe. Herman Ford was a traveling representative! for the Kleenfaze Soap Company. He had a wife fBernice Clowj and seventeen children. Jesse Pruett was the sheriff of Garfield County and his wife, formerly Edna Hutcherson, was running for president. Mary Eula Smith and Genevieve Taft were nurses in the new Garber Hospital, and George Porter was the eye, ear, nose and throat specialist there. Billie Cox was the matron in an orphanage. Henrietta Boyer, Esther Coe, Martha Trosper and Helen Barnett were all chorus girls in the Smith Follies of which Lemarch Smith was owner. Lemarch was also married to Henrietta. Much surprised at all this I went on with my travels. -Gene McLaughlin. ' 1 lk ,if-fp gg",-3.x .5 . AUQPQ vial -- - - seaeaosaisw .. Tlnrty-eight 'F' 4. S 'Bunk Elhrvr Wmlv lgfa : pl' , o n 1-Sl V N Y A 9 BEAUTY 4 A - - ' - ' ,3YG"?P9 QQQQYA J f M - weaaf:aQws53Q? Tly orfx' IELVAVX DVOR.Xl'EK Ennk 3Hnnr I - : i -J 90" "' Q , xf It lf KQ QQ ? WOLVERINE x -1 N W x '- v , v Y W , 9 t - .. , ."ll-n:n"a Jin " I N N' '1 N, W A Ko! Q ATHLETICS ' w x ,A fvfi L XfQ 7i ,Q ." X: 4 ,ff xg ,.. x X 1 xr Q It ix, J A V 1 QQ . fax f " Q I x X SG 23 X 1 ' . !'lfx" W -4, X 62 x ff Q : CSX -in Q - E I - Q ,mff-vc-'W awww, J- + I - fw2'4:f.ef.Cs9ae.w:m - - F orly-one r I Z WOLVERIN E t r e A X W t W ' 51' JI" l" 3 4 EQYVZF Garber Garbe r Garber Garber Garber N ash ,,,,,, Garber ...., Garber Garber Coving ton 1. CLYDE A. BOYDH ,,,, . ,,,,, Hear! Comb C. C. CHARVOZ ,,,, ,,,,,, A ,vsisluizt Coadz JACK GILPIN , ,, , ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, Trainer GUY NORMAN .YY, ,,,,,, A srisnzizt Trainer '27-FOOTBALL SCHEDULE-327 85 September 23 Currier ,, 37 September 30 Lamont , 25 October 7 Hunter ,,,, 8 October 14 Tonkawu 31 October 21 Medford Y. ,, . 18 October 28 Garber ,. 38 November 4 Pond Cree 65 November I1 Goltry ,, , , 66 November 18 Helena , 19 November 24 Garber , V O" "?5'f'PWQW95"5'5W' J O . G9 'D' - e - evade ai.w31'W F arty-two 114: ILJI y y 0 n!' 1 I .. y Q Q .."lf-Eviziill' ', 0 ' I , ti .P , f C g egqre ee- e .F W ' I 1 " " F FOOTBALL Top Row--Clyde Charvoz, A'sst. Coach, Jesse Pruett, Graden Hale, .Karon Stoker, Walter Grother, Wesley Lowery, Earl Gregg, Cleo lVlel'ullough, Arthur Sims, Clyde Boyd, Coach. Second Row-Earl Smart, Floyd Gibson, john Wolford, Floyd Conn, Gsorge Porter, J. C. Failing, Pcrey Hall, Duane Brunken, Ellsworth Parraek, Jesse Hutcherson. Third Row-Melvin Riggs, Scott Rider, George Fisher, Tweed Failing. Earl Hutcherson, Captain, Wayne Maupin, Eearl Messall, Lloyd Conn. Lemareh Smith. The The score of The ence game of the season, which Garber won with a seore of football season for 1927 was one of the most sueeessful in the history of the school. opening game was played here with Carrier. the Wolverines winning with a large X5-0. This game was a non-eonfererice. second game of the season was played at Lamont. This game was the first eonfer- 37-7. Although Lamont lead the first half with a seore of 6-7. The 25-U. The Wolverines C1l'CUlI1l1lilTCtl another victory by winning from Hunter, the seore being The game was played on our own soil. Tonkawa Pirates were our next victims, loosing with a score of X-U, a safety being scored also a touchdown, failing to kick a goal. This game was played at Tonkawa. Medford fell to defeat under the Wolverines. The game being won easily with 38-I3 as the seore. The next game was our only conference defeat. Nash was the opponent and the score was 7-IX. The game was played at Nash. txContinued on page 57j . -s '- ,-'map wwrwg, J +- i M- - fteafeiwiww r - - . F art y-three 1 F orly- f our EARL HUTCHERSON fliutchj Left Half-back, Qlfaptainl. 3 years-Wt. 165 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 8 in. Accounted himself for 28 touchdowns during the season of '27. WAYNE MAUPIN C'I111ClC-l'lZl11111WCI'D Quarter-back. 2 years-Wt. 135 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 8 in. 92 yard run checked to his credit. J. C. FAILING Cxlrticj Full-hack. 4 years-Wt. 168 lhs. Ht. 5 ft. 8 in. For two years consistent puntcr fox the team. TWEED FAILING fSlimj Guard 2 years-VVt. 150 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 1 1 in. A player who always put up a good fight. ARTHUR SIMS Qflggriculturl Center 2 years-Wt. 165 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 10 in. Made all-Conference center in '27. MELVIN RIGGS Cliollywoodj Left Guard 2 years-Wt. 160 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 7 in. He hits 'cm hard. F art y- ,iw F arty-:ix GRADEN HALE fRustyj Left Tackle. 3 years-VVt. 162 lbs. Ht. 6 ft. All-Concerence tackle. GEORGE FISHER QFishD Left End. 3 years--Wt. 135 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 6 in All-Conference second team. Left cnd EARL GREGG lfflrcggj Right Tackle. 3 years-VVt. 183 lbs. Ht. 6 ft. All-Conference team ,26. Right tackle LLOYD coNN LPetcj Right Half-back. l your-Wt. 145 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 7 in. Good broken field runner. CLEO MCCULLOUGH QlVIuttQ Right End. Z years-Wt. 153 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 9 ln. Consistent playcr. EARL NIESSALL Q Messall Guard. 2 years-Wt. 165 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 7 ln. Fast player. F arty-sefveu F arty-eight AARON STOKER QBeej Right End. 1 year-Wt. 150 lbs. Ht. 6 ft. One of Gurb:r's biggest men. FLOYD CONN qjackp Quarter Back. 1 year-Wt. 130 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 656 in Little but mighty. LEMARCH SMITH fSmithyj Guard. 1 year-Wt. 145 lbs. Ht. 5 ft. 6 in Hard fighter. Fifty Fifly-o Fifty-two V Q . v-is , VVOLVlCRlNE 1 g 2, jf W I , x 1 l i 1 , BASKETBALI, all i il K lr i ll SENIOR HIGH li , First Row- Arthur Sims, Gradcn Hale, Earl Gregg, Cleo 7 i' Mcfollough. Scconcl Row-Clyde Charvoz, Ass't. Coach, 'Twwil Failing, Donald Tolwn, Captain, Melvin Riggs, Clyde Boyd, CUIICII. 'l'l1i1'cl Row-AEarl Ilim-In-rsmi, VVaync Maupin, Lluyil Conn, Floyd Conn, JUNIOR HIGH First Row-Robert Bridges, VValrvr Grotliur, George Porter. Svtoml Row-Clyde CllL1I'YOZ, .'Xss't. Coauli, Sfott Roclvr, l-"loyal Gibson, Clydc Boyd, Coach. Third Row-John Wolford, Earl Smart, JL-ssc llutvlicrson. L' ii tu - - 9393"'i ' '-- ' 1 6 0 ' , ,. M, A, - , is Nw, wh iny A fiiff-1'-fhffl l .' tilf ' '1 '-JI..... 1 gl Q f "'--ce-,ensla--'P' ,vi vi ' I i s 2 2-,sef?Z15Ae'i 4g WOLVERINE ef Q'iIe2s'ZQ Q ,. -I o rf gl N Ml . . 1 5 . ta BASKET BALL The season of 1928 was a good one. Jet and Pond Creek tied for first place in the conference. Garber went to Jefferson as the first game winning with a score of 14-8. Nash came to Garber the next week being beaten by the Wolverines with a score of 21-19. The game was close as the score indicates. The Wolverines went to Hunter the next week winning by a score of 9-5. The game between the Helena five and the Wolverines was a victory for Garber. 23-10 was the score as the final whistle blew. Pond Creek was the only game lost so far as the season is on. Pond Creek forged ahead in the first quarter and we never got the lead. The score at the end of the last quarter was 22-12. The Garber Woolverines went to Medford the next week .adding another victory to the list by winning with a score of 32-18. The Wolverines added another notch in their stock by taking a game from Tonkawa. 23-15 was the score as the final whistle blew. The game was played here. . Before this game was played there were four teams tied for first place. Deer Creek and Garber being two of them. Garber defeated the Deer Creek flve leaving Garber, Jet and Pond Creek tied for first place. The score of this game was 22-10. At the tournament held in Lamont, Garber nosed out Medford by 32-17 I and the second round lost to Pond Creek 16-13. Jet won the tournament. Il. I ,G ,, 1. x ' g . vs , L if - ' 'figs QQQQ-13 ggi? -...4 .1-a F ifty- four ,"glI - 7 : -Jlg.... N 4 , , WOLVERINE 3- :gee Q, J as X I , 3 ' Q f .."ll3.Erlf'a5J"", , , l . ,, xl li ,xi ,r I GYMNASIUM First Row-Clyde Charvoz, Instructor, Wayne Cinnamon, I Leonard Barnes, Robert How- ard, George Enocs, Lester Brun- kcn, Otto lVIiller. Second Row-Glen Dosser, Melvin Wright, Lawrence Ryan, Howard Shoemaker, Arthur Hayes, Bernard Birdsall, R. L. Stebbins, Baird, Asslt. Inst. Third Row-Guy Keith, Charles Homer Eaton, Elmer Grother, Elvin Cinnamon, Neale Lamb, Edwin Duncan. G s - - '- ,gW?4PPG 995'P?W,, " r ' M. V e feetafeawgewsw C - TRACK First Row-Marvin Barnes, Earl Gregg, Harold Yeager, Jesse Pruitt. Second Row-Clyde Charvoz, Ass't. Coach, Donald Tolwcn, George Porter, Arthur Sims, Clyde Boyd, Coach. Third Row--Floyd Conn, Earl Hutcherson, Wayne Maupin, Melvin Riggs. F i fly- ,iw .J . I-gl! 4 54 ni 4Jllg. L , I, 4' 'Q G A C y eg ? 'Q WOLVERINE Qgsgibaf Q62-.L -, U. ,f ."lf-Eriafil' F -.O .1- 5 5 1 x 'J F P GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION Top Row--Helen, Flick, Genevieve Taft, Mary Eula Smith, Eda Lou Barhyte, Mary Campbell, Velma Reiger, Irene Morgan, Inez Linderfelt, Lois Peaveler, Violet Hutcherson, Velma Kindt, Louise Grother, Blossom Temple, Lillie Mae Beard, Ilene Frazier, Evelyn Thorp, Lillie Hughes, Lucretia Polly, Alice Pruett. Second Row-Virginia Lyhene, Hazel VVilliams, Leah Gage, Cleda Sims, Esther Thorn- brue, Dorothy Janssen, Virginia Norman, Josephine Miller, Mae Norris, Etlma Bruce, Edith Armour, Lydia Polifka, Estella Boyer, Marjorie McCullough, Lorna Grahham, Mildred Miles, Lois Tarlton, Vena Porter, Lois Atwood, Wilma Bruce, Irene Krivohlavek. Third Row-Frances Green, Martha Trosper, Edna Haworth, Anna Maud Clow, Olivia Sims, Cynthia Byrd, Beatrice Messal, Etta Hillhouse, Effah Kleckner, Vermell Burns, Eva Mannin, Evelyn Southwick, Dorlis Stoker, Zelpha Gibson, Aryln Wheeler, B:ulah LeForce, Bonnie Dunlavey, Erma Robinson, Olive Hutcherson, Lucille Porter. Fourth Row-Miss Keller, Instructor, Zelpha Caton, Helen Armour, Maxine Raulston, Anna Krivohlavelc, Bernice Morgan, Bernice Givens, Mildred France, Dorothy Miller, Wanda Beard, Lola Jackman, Elizabeth Buffington, Helen Sandberg, Adah Myrle Hodges, Mildred Stain, Xelpho Davenport. Marjory Willshire, Patty Cline, Elizabeth Smith, Berdine Dodd, Mildred Venel, Irene Botts, Opal Ingmire. Fifth Row-Daisy Willshire, Dorothy Richard, Myrtle Willshire, Helen Slentz, Lucille Ford, Louise Wolford, Bertha Enochs, Hazel Rogers, Sara Helton, Lucy Dvoracek, Wanda Peachee, Beatrice Bowen, Janice Weeks, Virgie Richard. Sixth Row-Irene Adams, Fern Dunbar, Naomi Mannin, Virginia Morning, Emmajane Howard, Ada Bickers, Pearl Oherlander, Freda Kindt, Lula Mae King, Emilie Totusek, Mildred Bryce, Helen Barnett, Daisy Richard, Dorothy Hutcherson, Blanch: Tarlton. L I. wqqxfygah l A -.- - L feeatfeawsessw -- F1 fy-,fix I Y M - 'Nw' -Apv""'1 4 " gmac 'V' ' l i Y Y Y Y ' 'A I: "J... Y V Y . , ' C eggfze- -9-fe ere e -e - N jj H H 'Q v o as ' is W s .' ll .."'C-En5t5Jl"', I r 'i i i i p l i i it ii K I ii l WM .1 i i, The Girls' Physical Education is divided into two classes, a class of Senior High girls I and a class of Junior High girls. ' Since there are so many pupils that one teacher can not instruct them, each class is divided into groups. Each group has chosen a leader who is instructed by Miss Keller. Calesthenics, setting-up exercises, carriage and posture exercises are on the regular program. Basket ball and other games form diversion in the schedule of work. Several demonstrations from this department were given between halves at the football games. 7 FOOTBALL-REVIEW OF SEASON fContinued from page 431 The next week following our defeat the Pond Creek eleven came to Garber with the intention of defeating the Wolverines but were somewhat disappointed as Garber won, the score being 38-13. Armistice Day was a good day for the Wolverines as they defeated the Goltry string with a large score of 88-0. ' ' I Helena came to Garber expecting to win but not many teams that expected to were satisfied and Garber won again with a 65-0 as the score. Thanksgiving' day was a disappointing day for the Wolverines as Covington outscored us on their own soil. 7-I9 were the sad figures. - The men who made the All-Conference team were: First team, Arthur Sims, Graden u y . . , . ' Halei Second team, George Fisher, L.. Failing, hurl Hutcherson and Lloyd Conn. , - '- l 7 4 1' , ' C-0 W4 -P'0'Q.0 -' . 1 ,- - magna a.-ww ..- . + F i fly-swan L I ., X.. ,. 4,2 , ,,-1- -- -gr-K-n-PQ--gp, ?,.,,,-,?.g..,.,.,:..! ' as A .'glC 1:-Jlg.. r , I s 4" "Q, - 'P ,9s?4i?e?,5 -g?. ,123-,Li :.1gg tgg,e,..e "'--cs-.EHAJJI-"' 1 1 1 0 1 l 1 1 l I il 1 1 CALENDAR 1928 QContinued from page 26j V 1 . January - . 2 Back to school with new resolutions. 12-13 Finals. 16 Enrollment for second semester. 23 First Senior orations. February 2 Mr. Groundhog sees his shadow. 9 Teachers out of town. Holidays. 10 Pete Conn and Paul Johnson hear wedding bells. 11 Saturday Night Club went on hike. 13 Mr. Rainey gives talk on Lincoln. 18 Annual goes to press. 24- Junior Class has skating party. March . 2-3 Basketball tournament. 6 Chapel-more orations. 14 Track begins. 17 Everybody wears green. 20 Huntsinger hunts flavor tester. 21 Wreck o'Lincoln. 27 Junior play. April 1 April Fool's day. I 6 Literary meet. 10 Senior Skip day. ' 13 Track meet. 27 junior-Senior banquet. I May 5 Grade Operetta. 13 Baccalaureate sermon 14- Senior play. 16 Class day. 'P fef'f20 ipswsvws J e ."f1 W f f spat: Q sboqo I 'Nh 6 D MJF - " Fifty-eight 35111112 Ellinv gi! - 7 i -.Jlg V i g 1 vu . .P i QQ- 2 'ef WQLVERINE - N :A K I' 4 , f' W 'W I .."'f-EHE4-Jil' , I r r r I X04 l OCIETIES i-' K Q -: g 4mfaf,3GQw3,m?.f e. 1 3 I 51.45 6 Q chu' F i fry-:lin , 'I i .4 I WOLVIJRINE - 4 II rg ' GIRLS' SENIOR HIGH PEP CLUB Top Row-Violut l'lLlfCllCI'SUII, Ethna Brutw, Vcllna Rsigfcr, Lou:lla Scanlan, lrcnc CTIIIIJ, Mary Eula Smith, Gciicvisw Taft, Esther Coe, Ilene Frazier, Lorna Graham, Marjory Mc'- Cullough, Lydia Polifka. St-cond Row-Etta Hillhousu, Emilio Totusck, Virginia Norman, Bernice Clow, Lillian Coe, :Xrlyn Whcclcr, llcnrictta Boyvr, llclcn Flick, Lillis Mat- Beard, Mais Norris, X7UlIll2L Kindt, Louisv Grothcr. Third RibXX"NlLll'Tllll 'l'I'ospcl', Elva Dvorarclfi, Esther Thornhruu, Dorothy Jansssn, Lurr-nc Kindt, Luah Gage, Billie Cox, Blossom Tcxnplc, Zulpha Gihson, Clcda Sims, Edna Hutrhcrson. Fourth Row-Miss Pottcr, Anna Krivohlavek, Helen Barnctt, Mildred Bryce, Eda Lou Barhyrc, Anna Maud Clow, Edna Haworth, Virginia Lyhsnc, liounic Dunlavy, Eflah Klcvk- ncr, Lucille Ford. Cliccr Leader , Edna llutchsrson Sponsor , , ,,,,,, , , , Miss Potter The pep cluh was organized this yt-ar hy the girls of Senior High undur the name of W il ll ' NI I 1 "Rial limits". hliss Pottcr was I-li-4-ml sponsor of the cluh. r Thc girls gan- good support tliroughout thc year to thc hoys on thc football and haskct- hall t,-anis. They not only displayed lots of pup and a kccn interest in tha games hut showed a splcndid type of courtvsy to thc visiting tcanis. Never forgetting to lin- up to thu standards of sportsnianship sut by thc Wolvurincs IllCll1SClVCS. Edna Hutclmrson provud herself not only one of the most faithful and "pt-ppit-st" rhscr lL'Ll,ClL'1'S Garber has cvcr had hut was also a lcadcr who varriud her vlulw lll.'lIll3L'l'S with hcr with case and tact. 0 GN"9'5a -5 .37 -I 913 I f f -f94scSa?a a1wi5?a'5' Sixty i ,'.-gl! -:if 'Jl'. . e 9'O f' 'Q WOLVERINE Ae e A P N :A U Z f -V 1' .fx iv ' s '-. or F "f' e , ....cllE!l5l:J.-,. I , , fi , WOLVERINKTUM PEP CLUB , ii li il li , lj ill il, ni- i I Top Row-Eva Mannin, Josephine Miller, Lois Peavler, Lula Mae King, Vernice Hud- son, Olga Galliten, Lucretia Polly, Mildred Miles, Evelyn Thorp, Beatrice Messal, Alice Pruett, Hazel VVilliams. Second Row-Pauline Hicks, Olivia Sims, Lois Atwood, Irene Lafferty, Bernice Givens, Bula Obsrlander, Daisy Worth, Vermeil Burns, Mildred Vencil, Erma Robinson, Janice VVL-eks, Thelma Housmon. ' Third Row-Mary Kleckner, Opal Ingmire, Dorothy Hutcherson, Velta Homes, Mildred France, Velma Burke, Pauline Wells, Wanda Bsard, Adah Myrle Hodges, Pearl Bennington, VVilma Bruce, Pearl Shouse. I Fourth Row-Miss Browning, Sponsor, Irene Adams, Fern Dunbar, Bonnie Housmon, Beatrice Bowen, Helen Slentz, Wanda Peachee, Emma Jane Howard, Maxine Raulston, Freda Kindt, Naomi Mannin, Mary Ford. The Wolverinktum Pep Club is composed of girls from Junior High School who are interested in athletics and in boosting the Garber teams. The Wolverinktums helped stage the first shirt-tail parade before the op:ning game of the season, and from that time on they were represented at every game, every pep meeting and every booster meeting held until after Thanksgiving. On various occasions the pep club " put on stunts at general assembly and in every way possible encouraged our team to victory and the school to the proper appreciation of our athletic achievements. The members of the Wolverinktum Pep Club are among the best students in the Junior High School and are representatives of the spirit of that organization. The accomplishments of the club were due to the enthusiastic and capable leadership of the two yell leaders, Lula , , Mae King and Betty Failing, and their sponsor, Miss Browning. T A -- P '- ,gm-Ewa? wqaws-,, 4' - T L- eetaeemseizwe e S ixty- one II l E -: 43 ',,gl I ll. .0 e e e e e .0 0, e L e e 'ci Q g 'O Q g f? VVOLVERINE fe-gs , an N T l.. 1 - Q I ',f' T T 'llc-p ,I-4-ilu! HOME ECONOMICS First Row-Blossom Temple, Violet I-lutcherson, Lillie Mae Beard, Ethna Bruce, Edith Armour, Velma Reiger, Lorna Graham, lVlarjorie McCulloug, Evelyn Thorpe, Lillian Coe. Second Row-Mabel Wilson, Hazel Williams, Louise Grother, Ma: Norris, Auvern Dosser, Helen Flick, Dorothy Janssen, Eda Lou Barhyte, Lydia Polifka, Lois Peavler. Third Row-Effa Kleckner, Clyde Housmon, Velma Kindt, Beulah Le Force, Edna Ha- worth, Daisy Jones, Irene Laflerty, Cleda Sims, Anna Maud Clow. Fourth Row-Miss Keller, Instructor, Mildred Stain, Virginia Lyhene, Bsrnice Deeds, Anna Krivohlavek, Mildred Brice, Bonnie Dunlavey, Lucile Ford, Helen Armour. The cooking classes are so grouped that each member of the class is afforded opportunity to do all various types of work encountered in preparing a meal. A daily demonstration of the efficiency of this elazss is given in the cafeteria wher: an excellent lunch is prepared and served to about one hundred and twenty-five. There are forty girls enrolled in these cooking classes. The instructor, Miss Keller, has shown great ability in teaching the girls. i-2 f - -Meeefea sairswie - - Sixty-tfwo ff ll- 7- i 4Jl e 10" I " 'Q r 959 9 yy WOLVERINE Q S S "ll-mm Jl"' DOMESTIC :X RT i i l i l Top Row-Edna Haworth, Pauline Pearler. Irene Morgan, Mary Campbell, Irene Crane, Mary Eula Smith, Genevieve Taft, Esther Coe. Second Row-Pauline Wells, Mildred Venrl, Berdine Dodd, Esther Thornlirue, Aryln Wheeler, Arda Ma: Loekey, Virginia Norman, Leah Gage, Erma Robinson. Third Row-Miss Keller, Instructor, Hazel Stam, Emilie Totusek, Letha Nell Hawkins, Lurene Kindt, Edna Hutcherson, Dorles Stoker, Elva Dvoraeek, Lois Rosenhsrger. This group consists of first and second year sewing classes and Home Economies IV com- posed of Senior girls only. The Home Economics IV class work includes Health and Home Hygiene, Home arch- itecture and Costume designing. Miss Keller is instructor of this department. This is her first year in Garber High School. -. . - '- -l?6'Qf3f QSHQNWWI' 4' ' iiigi C- 0 WG' K 4' -W0-0 -' . L - -S fssmsa manga s S ixty-three AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT First Row-Lloyd Conn, Marvin Barnes, Duane Brunken, George Porter, Jessie Pruett, Cleo lificfullough, Arthur Moore, l-'red Moore, Earl Messall, Ellsworth Parraek. Second Rovvfwayne Cinnamon, Forest Prickett, Wyley franier, Tonnnie Green, Wallace Lafierty, Delbert Brunken, VVilber Huntsinger, Eldo Janssen, Joe Maly, Elmer Silnik, Third RowfMr. Baird, Owen Bradford, Mei-vil Harnn, Sl1.lNiS Peters, Guy Norman, Joe Deeds, Floyd Gibson, Buster Bradford, Milton Duncan, Lloyd Janssen, Cleo Haworth. l Sixty-four The boys of the Agriculture department during the year '27-'28 have been under the supervision of Mr. Baird. During the first half of the school term their work consists of studying farm lifei the second half they take up manual training. Their biggest project this year has been land- scaping the school grounds. This project will be the most constructive project that has ever been completed at the Garber High School. One of the outstanding activities of the Vocational Agriculture Classes is the livestock judging teams that they put out. The record of having been champion livestock judges for the last five years is a record that has nsver been equaled by any high school in the state. The services that the class renders the community by its work on terraeing, selection of good livestock, culling poultry, vaccinating livestock, and pruning and spraying orchards are invaluable. THE TEAM Top Row-lVlr. Baird, Earl Messall, Floyd Gibson, Second RowfBuster Bradford, Eldo Janssen. 1 u m ,"gtI 4 it if L.Jlg...' s g , I .1 0, I I as I ' C OAQS9 'ef WOLVERINE gs e g Q N W L . , I L I L "'lll1,E ,E-,:JllP', I CAMP FIRE GIRLS Top Roxy'-Miss Mary Overholt, Guardian, Lois Tarlton, Josephine Miller, Inez Linder- felt, Olga Gallatin, Evelyn Thorp, Mildred Miles, Elizabeth Smith. Second Row-Helen Armour, Nellie Hay, Dorothy Miller, Mattie Oghurn, Helen Sand- gerh, Jessie Buekley, Adah Myrle Hodges, Maxine Raulston. Guardian ,Y L Miss Mary Overholt Secretary-'I'reasurer ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Nellie Ilay Troop Leader , ,, Elizabeth 'Smith Last spring a troop of Camp Fire Girls was organized in school, but they had only time to receive their eharter and get ready for work, when their guardian left for the summer. With the opening of school regular meetings hegan and hikes and outings were an almost weekly oeeurance. Mcist of the girls are wearing their Camp Fire rings and a number of them have qualified for the rank of Fire Maker. The organization presented the school a state flag at an assembly program given hy the group. " A numher of honors have been won hy most of the girls, some having to their credit many heads represenitng every department of Camp Fire work. More honors have ht-en won in home-craft however than in any other department. i - A -wvwcaci vsuswvg, A - - w+esf.eaQse.1:m I --+- Sixly-five P an t v V , V , Y '.. onl"u L E' .U--CW- joURNAL1sM n Left to Right: Dorothy Rivhard, Lois Rosenbergcr, Cynthia Byrd, Miss Marry Overholt, Sponsor, Hclcn Barnett, Daisy Ricliziiwi, Fred Howard, Harold Ycngw, Gene MCL:1ughlin, VVilbcr Huntsingcr, Bculah Lvl-'ort'c, Julia Stain, Pauline Scott. LIBRARY CLUB Luft to Right: Lou-1111 Rt-igvr, Daisy Richurtl, john VVolfortI, Cynthiax Byrd, G:m' Mc- Laughlin. Lonnzi Lyht-nv, .-Xss't. 1.ihr:irizm, Miss Lconu Pctcr, Sponsor, Wilhsr Huntsingur, Nt-llite Huy, Dorothy Rirhzircl. R. L, Stchhins, Fu-lyn 2'outhwit'k, I i . - To fa ' qsvffw- J - i - , G D .04 . - - Wawafa Swim Sixty-,fix ,fn 1 fo f-3 WQLVERINE - , i N 1 Th l1LSd8v. ...gli - Z. ii 4Jl..... y y f, WOLVERINE e eg r N , .. , ' W Y' xg Or Ki ' X ' 3 1 1 , Y ..llc'iEfil:l:J.-,' i,GARBER WINS 1 t scHooL ora ff A QPEMNGGAME . . it at it Wag -T K EPTEMBER A V2 it f Q fe-'2t1, Y Pflcy ga .7 biinfefencevg , School will be in session ofia Z f th 'wfllve ga'11e,1 5fo13 K. .- A fb -vi 'log H565 ast-F' ffl i .uung the forenoon of the opens: B, ll. Wag of-J, M round Vida, Q 341- , day.. Trucks will leave at 11:f'Q 79 i' "G ' ' i that pupils may arrive home ,F 57" I noon hour. ' employed in organization The athletic classes has The afternoon XL teachers lneetif for the first' I . ,- 'S material fop CU arrived. I Wolverines Add Another Vic' EI f-9 CW' ln O ,1 4 ff H- : - Q gal' "'R?535-'Exif-E5 fo.-Q 13,161.8 Qqgqy-'al 5- .- 3 5 5 3 Eg le 'JD 'Q : :" ig' -1 CD Z tp .1 e 5 :arg LQ ' O Q E- 0 YE 9- 2 1? C3 :S E BT G W -1 m fir , G 55 to E ,Z wi Re Q 'Z :rl .Q 53 gs 'SGH Iss? E U E. Q- 5 i gggm gmsileuxnof Sq Pall? Wir, 'Viv-Kr so Lf we-sweefw ie CAMPFIREHIKE The Camp Fire Girls with guardian Miss Mary enjoyed a with.supper out of doors Tim: v .. - - -A - -R PEP RALLY A A COUIHIUUIFY pep rally will li at the High School Wednesday nigh when students and fans to prove to the tcam that the whol Garber community will be with ther 100 Der cent at the Covington gain will endeavc .5 'P ANNUAL STAFF ELECTED Election of the Giz11'berite Staff for rfags held last week. Nominat- ' IUUlTb.ef.i11 chapel :intl the D- sb 51 Q cw! A ,I '91 12 5 5. I3 Jil C Mwuam iw Vtnwt A A Q,-.,.,,w dqi 'suonezguemo iougisgpfi 5 55's V' 55 -U fs olm eq mm alarm, 'apizux mam mum? ' F' 0 O 0 E51 Q Q, 4, A tv 3 5 3 'Q 5 52 -old 5,129.4 arp-.log seuld pun 3 .xaq gf Q. ' Q O ,gf -uzagdag piaq sem 1e.usaqo.xo am 305' 5 g' ,Q :5 ' 'v pun pmzq any Jo Suuaaux 1s1gJ aqg, 5- 5' Q5 gig ly , 9 , tu UO gi' Si, Q? in ie M vumssrnouo :mv curve s Q 5- gf a' S' ou.110' 3283's gig A ... , . - s m N 'ATZDE-Diego Qgxiamejuuwgtsg :qi Nag, f?'Q-N -fx gjagg, 1 - -,U . I ' . .4 -uoldu x X031 iooilfla ll I l 09 Q Qfg' Qs' lg O , qsill all - HXV9 ,b' 7 ef gr -fi Q' - NWT,-L2 H5 Q. 55: 5 3 6 L ' A P7 0 Q T' S N ,asf-era X 41, '1- 1 T, ,L-f ra U, f-9 zu ,.. uq 2 7, Q -, 'L ,. 1 U' -V K-IJIX,-i 4' 4 u 1 re . -1 l . 4-A.. -J H 1 l S I . l-1'-:U-U-0"' i CLASS or '28 If ,yearfs Senior Class is eotnpos- If 3'thirty-six members and con-51 representative amount of the Q' -...-... in High School. During t'he school year the school and commun- ity are going to hear much of the! accomplishments of the class of '2S.i I and the membership is as follmf-:A X 1- iff? Q 955' A' Mr. Boyd is sponsor of thc cl . A " 9 P ' z .Qt : . +5eef:ZCQse.1:me it S ixty-xeven HONOR SOCIETY Top Row--Ilrnu Fralzicr, Bun KIOOOIIIIIH, Ircnc frame, Hstullc Boyer. Sccoml RuwfEf'fuh Klcvkrwr, Annu Muuul Clow, Gcnc Mc'L:Lugl11in, Evelyn Southwivk, Mr. Hamm, sponsnr. Third RC7XN"DL1iS5' Richz11'd, Luis Rosul1bul'g'c1', Virginia Lyhunc, Luvcnzm Rcigcr. Sixly-eighl Ignnk Svix -2 f- M. E V H 1, '.gllC II JI' ..P i i X ' ,6gQ5? -gefe-2 WOLVERINE N -e 4 N S .M w 1 V w ' y 1 N f FINE ART 5 - W . ' V-.X-1. Xf 2' T - - A Q ,gaweapq Qqmmwg, A ! - 4 . - ma-f:aQ.ne,:sm - - S y IE LII... 'U , Q, Y 5 , ' 1 e ,S WOLYERINE ,-fe.-.sae age, N , O fx-' "" M ISS LUCILE WOOLWINE Voice Miss Lucille Woolwine who has her degree from Phillips University, is in charge of the voice department in Garher' High School. She has heen doing very commendable work with hoth boys' and girls' glee clubs. These mo cluhs are enthusiastically entering into the Salt Fork Valley Conference contest. Besides heing a very efficient director, Miss Woolwine deserves much credit for the work she has done with her individual voice pupils. Mrs. O. Sowell who has heen assistant to Professor Oberg :Lt Phillips University has taught expression in Garber High School during the school year. Through Mrs. Sowellls efficiency in expression work, much hen fit is to he derived by the students of this high school. MRS. O. SOWELL Expression 'ss . L WG"-'PW wqsS'fv'vm J r - - - - - - f'fQ4?4i'fi'aQe"Z-virirw - Seventy .III ' L l- LJ... i W i 1 gl H" lg. f i V i Kg 1 eg- Q WOLVERINE - 3 W ll X ...-.-glliflillll.,-,, I Y' ,i GIRLS' GLEE CLUB i . l K' ll li V Pl, President ,.,...... ,,,,,.. Q Tleda Sims Vice-President ...,.,,. ..,,, 1 Xllene Haughey I Secretary-Treasurer ..., , ..., , Bernice Clow Librarian ,.,,...,,,,.,,, ,,.,,, E milie Totusek Pianist ,Y,Y,,. Genevieve Taft I - The Girls' Glee Club of Garber High School was re-organized at the beginning of the I 4 school term with Miss Lucille Woolwine of Enid as director. Miss Woolwine comes to Garber every Tuesday and Friday to give lessons. L The personnel of the Glee Club is as follows: First Soprano: Berdine Dodd, Dorlis Stoker, Elizabeth Smith, Elva Dvoracek, Evelyn Southwick, Genevieve Taft, Hazel Stain, Y Lillie Mae Beard, Louella Seaman, Lois Rosenberger, Mildred Stam, Mary'Cam'pbell, Nellie Hay, Velma Reiger and Lurene Kindt. Second Soprano: Mildred Miles, Helen Sandberg, Ethel Worrell, Bernice Clow, Esther Thornbrue, Ethna Bruce, Estella Boyer, Florence Slentz, Lucille I Goodwin, Mildred Bryce, Martha Trosper and Violet Hutcherson. Alto: Iva Graves, Allene Haughey, Aryln Wheeler, Cleda Sims, Effah Kleckner, Emilie Totusek, Etta Hillhouse, Edna 'I' Hutcherson and Letha Nell Hawkins. Those who have been members of the Glec Club during their three years in Senior High are: Elva Dvoracek, Genieve Taft and Louella Seaman. I i The quartet is composed of the following girls: Louella Seaman, lst soprano, Evelyn ' ' Southwick, Znd soprano, Effa Kleckner, lst alto, Allene Haughey, 2nd alto. L S , A - , , I- Ili?-5139? QqQ'25'Q1h Al - , - - eeeeaosaizm E - - E 'Y Seventy-one ..1lI - E if Elll.. C g y 4' 'I C ev . ' C 9 0 9 'ff' WOLVERINE Q 4-F' 953, N " ' T T ' O.. X - P l gf .ll-jill 1-Jll BOYS' GLFE CLUB I 10 lf 1 s S' Q : If I ' 4 President .,,,,,, .. Arthur Sims Vice President ,,,,., ,,,,,,,, T weed Failing Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,,,, Graden Hale Librarian ,,,,,, ,,,,,,. . . Jesse Pruett Pianist .,,,, ,.,,, B eatrice Looper The Boys' Glee Club was organized at the beginning tion of Miss Lucile Woolwin: of Enid. Beatrice Looper The personnel of the glee club is as follows: First Joe Maly, Arthur La Grange, Harry Clay. Second tenors, Bridges, Richard Taft, Jesse Pruett, Harold Yeager, Wesley of the school year under the direc- was selected pianist. tenors, Tweed Failing, Paul Maly, Arthur Sims, Marvin Barnes, Robert Lowery, Richard Perks, Baritones, J. C. Failing, Courtney Buffington, Percy Hall, Arthur Moore, Graden Hale, Donald Toben, Wayne Maupin. Bass, Earl Messall, Melvin Riggs, Paul Johnson, Walter Grother. The boys quartet is composed of the following boys: Tweed Failing, first tenor, Arthur Sims seeond tenor- . C. Eailinfr baritone- Earl Messall bass. l I bi I 7 Sponsors: Mrs, Eaton and Miss Potter. g 1- -wgffaqtq 93s7'is'wg, 4' r :- i S evenly-lfwo h AMS? at Q' 2739 I C annul!-fi':4J"' N., I f 4 se-49 , 6 Q WQLVERINE , i M s . , s .."'Cl1EMft-:3"',' I S JUNIOR HIGH CHORAL CLUB 1 y :Vt lit Nl l Top Row-Rachel Bueholz, Vera Gibson, Margaret Ruth Galliten, Venn Porter, Josie Krivohlavek, Elizabeth Buffington, Lola Jackman, Julia Stam. Second Row-Mrs. Thomas, Lucille Holloway, Virginia Morning, Lucy Dvoracek, Mattie Ogburn, Dorothy Miller, Mildred Seeley, Sara Helton, Helen Sandberg. Third Row-Miss Potter, director, Virgie Richard, Ruth Trout, Lucille Porter, Irene l Krivohlavek, Jesse Buckley, Valera Thomas, Irlene Botts, Bertha Bryant. President .,,,..,,,.. ,,.., L ucy Dvoraeek Vice-President .,,,,, ,.,.. B urma Southwiek Secretary-Treasurer . ..,,,.. Sara Helton Librarian .,,, . , , ., Bertha Bryant Pianist ,, , , ., Mrs. Thomas The Junior High Choral Club was organized at the beginning of the school term under the direction of Miss Potter with Mrs. Martin Thomas as accompanist. The club was organ- ized for club singing, group singing and preparation for the High School Glee Club. l l -3 Q ,swine imma J ..i I "Msist?.aQa .Amie a 9 i A' - Sefvenzy-three ig, y y WOLVERINE ce C , X 7 GARBER HIGH SCHOOL BAND l i The Garber High School Band was organized in January 1927 under the direction of Mr. Clark, and it has made a wonderful progress during' the short time it has been practicing. The band has played for chapel several times and at the football and basket ball games. The following musicians belong to thc organization. Cornets: Jerry Maly, Arthur Stout, Fred Powell, Lawrence Ryan, Arthur Bartunek, Clinton Clay. Clarinets: Harry Clay, Helen Sandberg, joe Maly, Arthur La Grange. Baritone: Paul Maly. Trombones: Lucy Dvoracek, Neale Lamb. Saxaphones: Marvin Barnes, Scott Rider. Drums: Herman Ford, Walter Clay. Mr. Clark plays his cornet also. Garber High School also has an orchestra which is directed by Mr. Clark and which is made up of some of th: members of the band. Elva Dvoracek is the pianist. The orchestra plays at the various entertainments at school and is much appreciated by the school and community. is - R ,gvewcvw wwwfswg, H - i -- - V -s'a?4i'a?a atlobifb' - Seventy-f our l I Zfinnk 27211211 K- 7 I -J 09" " 'Q 9A? 2' WOLVERINE ex ggede e.- l . s I O D,- N S I. ,Y D ,- .Q-..c1 EH:i:J'-pf, . K, U4 iq ICTURES W 5 3 -90 I cr- X. ,n ' f : 9' Xxx Writ l ' I 7 ? . g ,gvewcvqi invmvwg, A 4 4 I M- Q w:f.:ff.fQUQe.1 :w - - Seventy .6 Seventy-:ix . Sff-venly-.veveu W . Seventy-eight Q I Seventy-nine 1 Eighty Eigllf-1'-0 if Q45A.22'f?' L3Ia1NE 5 BUREAU of IBN G HAVING Wm Efnnfcsu JESS Mover. Q1 UKLA. CITY X V f Ll k ' - - J P '5 2, A' + - Q'ffe4:f:aCQ.s:.1:W Eighl l7'l'lUU Ennk 'Eight ...E !.. M-, - J., g QT F , I i 'lf' mm-I f- .- .-.. ...gli - T. ,Z -JI' 2 Y 'Q 45 4.1 Y' ,g ....Cf Y - - ' f- gf- -- 3 -1 --A Q.. ,f x eg g -e e e V N s . ' - - 1 'UC-mira-JI", JOKES 511. EQ X .1 - - - -- 1"', N +P x LW Z 1 ,A Q' rj , I7 4 c J. - ' V 'X K 57 Tyjiif I I was-FJ df' v J. 1 J ' J fl f x 2 x was Xx 'G 23 If gf 5 fx i x ,P ff ' J K' 0 5 ' ,A X D-f s' ' . 44' H A . V ' . gig? A 1 xw, .L -5 M 'W'?f:E'WQw+?.?W?i+- Ni. G D phil' ilvlldv' 1' -A, A ,J E ighly-three ui - E i -JI ofa' I " Un Y Y isa ' Y, 72,413 iv ' --c.,5,,14:5n ' s .0 ' Q, e N. ' f age-ge -99 ogre- -'Ae A I Y n P p 0 l V i I To our most beloved and efficient janitor, Frank Spencer, this section of the l928Wolverine is respectfully dedicated because of his untiring patience with all of us and particularly his devoted affections for the "Danged Hounds" who have been an especial trial to his optimism and cheerful outlook on life in general and school in particular. I '- 4 ff? SNWSA -4' ,if FG 99 V., i - e weeeawsabwe E i ghtv- f our : ,, , i i i x. '.-gl! fi i: -.Jl'.....r , "SP 'SP 'Q' 'i 3 I , ., ' ,QSQQ AA QSQEQ ,I X ..--'C-nhiifil-7"'.' li Warden: "We let prisoners work at their trade here the same as before. Blacksmith, V shoemaker, carpenter or what it may be. What is your trade?" l X Prisoner: "I am a traveling salesman, sirf' I If a young man and his girl should eat a blue jay,'what would their phone number be? Answer: 2811. Irene Crane: "Louella, why are you hanging up two socks?" Louella Seaman: "Well, if Santa Claus is going to give me a man, I want him to have Ni two legs.', . Boyd: "What,s your name?" Stranger: "Gus.', Boyd: "Gus What?" Stranger: "Asparagus" WOLVERINE Q Hutch: "What were you put on earth for?" Toben: "Pm Godfs gift to the women." Dick Taft: "She was only a janitor's daughter but she swept me off my feet." Miss Browning: "What's the difference between a pill and a hill?" Wendel Cole: "A hill is hard to get up and pill is hard to get down." Jesse H.: "How is married life?" Paul Johnson: "Great." GETTING NATURALIZED "Next."' "Who, me?" "Born?" "Yes sir." "Where?" "Russia." "What part?" I "All of me." "Why did you leave Russia?" "I couldn't bring it with me." "Where were your fore-fathers born?" "I only got one father." "Your business?" I "It's rotten." "Where is Washington?" "He's dead." "I mean the capitol of'the United States." "They loaned it all to Europe." "You do promise to support the constitution?" "Me? How can I. Pve got a wife and six children to support." Prof: "Melvin, what kind of a girl do you expect to marry?'I Melvin: CAfter a very pleasant evening and afternoon, dancing on the stagej "Don't know haven't got the Bug yet. , W L , j?f7f90G 99W"'f'7'W,, 4 -' ,, e as '4tf:t:ee.Qs'2.1sea e- - ..., Eighty-fifvc 'bfi Hfll-.Jw , A l N L . :5f"3'.' fr ' "Q" 'f "F +"'F1-i'Y3F'?V5" II. Y 5' ' it IC - - : 'JI 'gal' 'ln' . . '- ' 9'o -.aT" .a-, """fi'-3"'1"'3'i ' Q, ,O Q . - - , , '-In-mr,-Juv' It was at an Irish funeral and when Pat viewed the face of his departed friend he burst into laughter. At home his wife asked the cause of his untimely mirth. "You see it was ' this way: ust last week Mike was telling me he didnt believe in Heaven or Hell, and when I saw him lyin' there lookin, so swell I couldn't help thinkin' why he's all dressed up and got ll M no place to go." ' y .O I i lf , s A sgf.f5?aq f2:Q?:,E,:l?ee,'9,2Q.. , - ' Q, I tv lf' l J ' I K, Jimmy Krivohlovek: "We won." Boyd: "Did we get what we were fighting for?" W l Jimmy: "We got the experience? 1, f lo i Tweed Failing: "What is good for fallen arches?" Boyd: 'Rubber heels." I Tweed: "What shall I rub them with?" Miss Mary: "Where are you going Otto?" Otto Miller: "Home," I Miss Mary: "No you are notf' Otto: "I mean my home room." H Teacher: "Iky, make a sentence using word 'pencil'." I Iky: "Vith de utmost choy, teacher. If Moses don't leave mine suspenders alone, mine pencil fall. Wonder why Mr. Boyd teases Earl Gregg about Irma Robinson? I M... How long you in jail fo, Mose? Two weeks. V What am de ch'ge? No ch'ge, everything am free. Ah mean, what has you did? Done shot my wife. You killed yolwife and only in jail fo' two weeks? Dat's all-den I gets hung. Mrs, Eaton: Who has been cutting initials on the desks? Courtney Buffington: Qlnnocentlyj "Lou did it." "What did Adam and Eve do when they left the garden of Eden?" I J "Raised Cain." Mi-ss Keller: "There's two thing I wont tell you." I Melvin Riggs: "What are they?,' ' Miss Keller: "My age and weight." ' Courtney Buffington thinks Columbus discovered America in a steam boat. ---- I Wanted: A seven letter word for "The Yanks are coming? I Answer: "Dentist," I Y We are glad to see that Paul johnson can ask for his milk bottle instead of crying for it. Mr. Boyd: "Why did you get married?" , , Pete Conn: "You said if I couldn't stay away from her Pd better marry her." ,ly ' ATV " j?'f'7fPf36 Q95:57W',, " "" . , -e'tta:f.:-f.Q.sf2.w:w s - . y Eighty-:ix k - rg..-'-' - -I1' ' "- 'I'gfv:15.:q.21'f r1"31""rwr'wff""'I.'sw1P""""f' I-gl! -' ,T Jig.. I :hp I 4" "Q, - t t g s. -2 Q1QA2rQg'r,Q-45' zstaase-. , , , 'ii K "'llC-iEiAF.:Jnnv" on .X iq ti PLACING THE BLAME V I "How does the land lie out this way?" asked the stranger. l W "It ain't the land that lies Inister, itys the real-estate agents." 0 ? STILL IN PRACTICE 1, I "Has your husband given up golf?,' someone asked Mrs. Smith. ! "Ohl Yes," was the reply, "But he still uses the language when changing tires." "Are .you a fraternity man?" X "Noi Someone gave me this shirt for Christmas." g Question: Why does Percy Hall ride on the bus? Answer: To keep Beulah's hand from getting cold. Question: fDick Taft to Virginia Lyhenej "Have you heard that Orange Juice song?" Answer: "No, What's it about?" Answer: "Orange Juice Sorry." ' Charvoz: "Martha what are the human teeth used for?" Martha Trosper: "To tell how old you aref' Graden: "Bernice where's my De Molay pin??' Bernice Clow: "I took it oif because Walter said 'He scratched his hand'." Arthur Sims: "How's the race?" Mildred Brice: "What race?,' Arthur: "The human race. Ha! Ha!" Mildred: "Oh! Just neck and neckfl Esther Coe: "What is cure for love at first sight?I' Helen Barnett: "Second sightf' Frosh: "Why were you born in Ireland?" Soph: "Ya see I wanted to be near Iny mother.', BRIEF VACATION Jack Conn: "Melvin I dreamed about you last night." Melvin Riggs: "What did you dream?" Jack: "I dreamed you were leading a donkey down the street and singing, 'Me and Iny I shadow all alone and feeling blue'." Miss Bullock: "Who broke the window while I was out?n Robert Bridges: "John did, he ducked when I threw an eraser at him." "What is a High School professor?" i "He is a guy that gets the money after the coaches are paidf' Mistress: Mary your young man has an air of braggadocia about him." Mary: "Yes, poor lad, he works in a livery stable? Prof. Eaton thinks a little bug is more active in the spring. We don't know. Mr. Boyd: "Give the summary of the war of l8l2." , 'K F5996 Q9T'737'4'W'A ' ' 4 I , L WA ftvtaeeawsaze,-Q A- - . v it 'tml ..-1..'I"fJ2l...i! Nm E ighty-:even 31 , iff h 'V' ' ' l-f"l S .s""u 'T' ': -J ""'r. f 5459. ,. x 'Y R I A -f -S f f -5? ,, M? y Y ' I. ,I ' ..-..c'lEH1:l:J'-,,, I Walter Grother took Bernice Clow out riding one pleasant afternoon and on account of l his neglect they ran out of gas one mile and a half out of town. Why do we see Aaron Stoker's car parked in front of the second house north of Mr. i yu Boyd's so much?, Miss Mary: "Cleo Mc. Where is Martha Trosper?" Llleo: "I don't know. Could you find Lgharvozfn Why does Elva Dvoracek like to be teased about Scott Rider so well? Why does Mildred Miles check to Mr. Boyd's room when Donald Toben is in there? We wonder if Edna Hutcherson is still good at playing bridge in the dressing room? Mr. Charvoz: "Take down this experiment." "My little dog is dead His tail will wag no more For what he thought was H20 Qwaterj Was H 2 S O 4- QSulphuric Acidj. "When does a person become a Senioriv "When they have spring fever all the year around." Prof: "If you wanted to go see the show, why didn't you ask for permission?" Floyd Gibson: "Because I wanted to see the show." "Lived here all your life?" "Don't know, haven't died yet." Edna Haworth: "Wasn't Keller a good chaperon?" Melvin Riggs: "Oh h h I Was she the chaperon?" Melvin Riggs: "Do you know how to make Budweiser?" Hutch: "No! How?U Riggs: "Send him to school." Indian: "I want a corset for my wife, Heap Fat." Clerk: "What bust?" Indian: "Hell, dress bust all time seem like." Prof: "Talk louder! What did you do last vacation, talk louder!" Stude: "Gosh! I wasn't a yell leader? "Why does Mr. Boyd call Floyd Gibson a tramp?" "He dreams in his history class." She: "Stag tonight?" He: "Yes! I haven't any doe." "Did you see the baggage display?" "No, where was it?" "At the show, twenty girls came on the stage in trunks." . ad I- V1f6'GfPQ Qqevqv av' e -... . L- e '-hefsfeawsawzew' -i - sighfy-sigh, 16111112 Ninv 555155 ,lily QWWMFMWMJS W , , AjQ.,4g,f4,g, ,. I . 1 ffwfb . . 41 . ,,,,, v , . , i. ,. , M. M W' , ,-, .lynx ..'-'lf U Jl'. .. 1 A xo 0, v WOLVERINE if , , - x '-...K ,,,,,,v' 1 'Q 0 VF " huvrtiarmrntz i My I I , . ' A -- A '- ,4?4'?'4PPG 993'7'?W,. 'L' "- f M- 'wewQ.Q.m+:.1:w - . . Eighty-nine L- ev " .gli -' :-Jig... l 'is - 1 - ' v", ' ll RQ c QAQ Q f f-:gi WOLVERINE 55 2-'fc pa.,- Ill- ,HH-Ill I X l LJ- l l I APPRECIATION The Wolverine of 1928 wishes to voice a hearty "thank you" to the Bus- iness Men who have used the annual as an advertising medium. You have won the good will of a large number of really appreciative people and to you we are especially grateful. We know you believe in us and we assure you of our loyalty. We are your best boosters. e P ,WGGRQ 9Sv5'fw,, J' - Y ' 4a?43r2aQm'Zo'2Q:i' ' L Niouty' ur - r : -.Jn du. .' 'Q Kgi 919 9 Qi WCLVERINE P X ""llc1En5F:nsv", .!...-..-..-..-.......-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-...--.-..-..-....-..-...-..-..-...-...-..-......-..q. I I I I 3 OKLAHUMA NORTHERN I ! I I UTILITIES CO: I ! A Q ' u I T if I ELECTRICITY, GAS, ICE, WATER 1 BLACKWELL HOMINY 3 BRAMAN CAREER MEDFCRD CUSHING TONKAWA I Management: Gannet-Seelye and Fleming, Harrisburg, Pa. OUR MOTTO: Q , USATISFACTORY PUBLIC SERVICE" I T 1 ZQ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::L::1:::::::::::::::::::::::::.'.f. I GARBER FURNITURE AND 1 UNDERTAKING CO. Complete line of 2 FURNITURE AND FLOOR COVERINGS T j QUICK MEAL RANGES Q I E. P. Green, Manager L1 1 Night Phone 302 Day Phone 97 I.-.,....-..-..-..-.,-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.....-........-........-.-..-..-..-..-..,, Lf I I-J Ninety- -'lf ' Z 4 '.J'.. U A e E .06 YH- "Q, , A s e e 1? WOIJVERINE ft Q- , X lQ....cLE EFI.-,,gf 'Q'---w-1I----I----w--H-----'-I--"-"-I'-"-"-"'-"-"-"'-"'-"-"'-"'-""-"""'-" 4, l 1 p i J if TAFT'S PHARMACY M A U KN A' The 5Lf.9!.4 -fwfe y n gi - 1 WE SERVE STEFFINS ICE CREAM I AT OUR FOUNTAINS 1 Eastman Kodaks- --Liggetts Chocolates + GARBER, OKLAHOMA 1PM-.....-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..- -..-,-...-....-.......-.....-.- 'ff''"""""'"""""""""""""""""""" """""""""""""""""""' GUY E. BREWER, M. D. l Q For Healthier and Stronger Children House Phone 46 Office Phone 40 i i -l1--n--n--u-an-u-...-...-...-..-.........-...... ----.- ......-....-..-..-..-n-u-- ogg"illlll1-01llillluulllilu-1.5-111lggglgilgipg1--T-lg-nl-lu1u1ln1II1-sllrlls-lnrllrllvllfv 1 'o1w1v1Nc11rsrznswfJllo , ll1lfHlI11I1lHJl 111111 E ll-llarclwel re Co. l ENID, OKLAHOMA Q "One Place to Buy Everything" ' ' i ,l,,..,,-J,,:,.,,,:. , 2: 1:-,....g cg, -5:11-I:-:-?::41::::-::4::f::- Y ::-nj-ll-In-ll-I L ' F 4 ' l N inety-two H, ' ' N 'IQII - T, II -JI.. 2 2 2 2 20" "Q, 2 2 " --Qg 'es .e-59 -S C S L- 1 .."llCl,EnF45JllP',, fF""'a" A iz O"O"""'S "' Z:::::'::""":' ' ' ' ' ' ' """'T n 5 2 ns v C. E, CARLIN Q J EWELER T 2 "Gifts that Last" l Garber, Oklahoma f' ' T'-WM In-H .L ----- .--Y my W In H W-n--I-n-M L T'f2.E22i22:2:i2.2 22E2:..2.. 231222222222 22:i2212222.-.T2212.22.22 22i.22..-..:2.22.,2.-.If MAGILL PLUMBING CO. I Service Guaranteed H lf c.'r.MAG1LL PHONE 247 .i'......2E22 2.2E..-..i221.2i.222 .....-.........-..-..-.-5. -r--------H-------------------u-n--------------W---------------+ 1: 1 GARBER SERVICE STATION 3 F PHONE 22 Q H i Ll A Home Concern Lil FAMoUs GARBER GASOLINE l En-ar-co and Mobil Products l....-..-..-..-..-..-.....-..-....-..-..-2-.-........-..-..-..-..-..- -..-..-........i wa------'-------------------------------------------------------------------wr lf MSERVICE7' 'l SAN FORD-FRAZIER SAN FORD-KEN DRICK I , DRUG co. DRUG Co. 5 11 Enid, Oklahoma Enid, Oklahoma il Jil--------------------------------------------------------------------------------5' ig lliluilniliniuux-Iiilliinzllilnilu Yzlila-fznilliu Ynxnfxff :u:::iu1nn1nuf- lr I 1. - H LEADER CASH GROCERY ..-..-..:2.-ug. E N High Class GROCERIES and FRESH MEATS l H Fresh Vegetables in Season PHONES 225 and 73 GARBER, OKLA. i I -n-----------------------------------------------------------------------4 A 'I 4 f '2 1 Ninety-thru - 7 I , 4 , 1 D- 111' -JI", SUS. ll A e 1 .0 0, 1 1 RQ 1 9472 ? , Q WOLVERIN E egsgasgsge X .q....l I , t O ?ll lifl Ill Il Ili l 2li'l lifl I ll ll ll llill llilllil ll lliil 41 1 1 11, I l 1 l 1 1 I i -I- 'P ! 1 1 ! I l 1 1 1 1 1 -I- 'E' 1 1 1 1 1 -I- -I- 1 I I ! 1 -1- .....1.,.... GROCERY AND MARKET Highest Quality GROCERIES AND MEATS Phones 134-156 Garber, Okla. u-nIu.-umilliniuninuzu:-:ning-11:1nu1n1:u1n1u:7::7 n1l: ::- -an-ni: :: :cf : :I-u- CHAIN DRESS SHOP, Inc. West Side Square Enid, Oklahoma DRESSES, COATS, AND MILLINERY At Popular Prices WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS ..-nz n:-nniu:-Iui':-I:-1I-l.1I:i..1.:1n--lliqp.-1.1.4.-1.1I..-..1.......1..-...1-li. .1---. I'1.g1..1.p..-ni-11.1.1I.1.-.1-.ing1.I1.I..-I.11I-.4I1qp1qp1ql..ql-1.11.-qnlunipl.-.Ii -n..- CIT Y DAIRY For Pure Milk, Sweet Cream, Butter Milk Phone 178 We Deliver Garber, Okla. ...in-...1..i..1q.1qginig..-lui-.i..1.,1g.1..1gg.-5-in1..1.g.1..1.g1..ig.1..1u1ql-.ui GENE MCCONKAYS PHOTOGRAPHS OF DISTINCTION PHONE 300 ENID, OKLA. 1 I.-3111.1..,...il.1I.TwigI1.1,li.,1..1...-I.1...-I.1I,1..1..1......1..-...1...-ggi...-qgigl.-. N inety- f our - '- ,j?f?f-'PW i93q"'?'1'?',, J r ' - - - - walfsaweawswe f - 1I..-..1...-..1.,1...iq...I...min1..i.......11I.-..11...-lp1q.....1qg1..1..-...ill-. I 1, 4. ,. -wg, , I-W..- Z. .1, an-vdiy L 1 n ,.'-gl! - T. 4: -Jig. .. M 2 Q-ges frge gg :f s-'fl'-9c:2 Q ,. , ' , ,...-..CTlEI:lf'l:J'-,,,, E I X ,Fl-'lvl'-'Htl'-ll-01"-'lil'1'"1"1"1"'-"1""'""""1""""'1"-"int "'-""""'f' I in ' I if , 2: U X FARMERS STATE BANK I- ' Established 1899 ,I t i "The Personal Service Bank" W , E li , . Q CAPITAL 375,000.00 jf I I sl g B. A. GARBER ...... ........ P resident I I M. C. GARBER ...... ...... V ice-President H I i G. J. TAFT ........ ...... V ice-President I g G. G. SMITH ..... ....... C ashier I , . it I ! u J..-......-..-.....-............-..- -..-..-.....-..-..-........-...........-..-..-........ Ii ,!,..-......-..A ..- A.. I..-..-..L..-..,..-..-........-..-..-..-..-.......i I Stetson Hats A Nunn Bush Shoes I WE HAVE IT WHEN YOU WANT IT l III ' EVERYTHING TO WEAR 1 1, I ff COLBY'S BIG STORE I . I AT GARBER .. 1 Munsingwear Kaynee Togs if I.-..-..-.....-..-..-..-..-..-.-..-..-A..i.A.s.s..:.....:..s..s..-.s..-.. -..-..s... qfglu-sl-nu-unvur :II1-In-uni::+:u :u+:u+::1:nf :W ::1un::-nxunxuziugn::nn1u1qn1I::n:-:stun-:gg O .B .PBACHBB BARBER SHOP I ! HAIR BOBBING SHAVING 1 Q HAIR CUTTING MASFAGE I ! O. B. Peachee I 4..-..-..-..-..-..-...-...-...-..-..-..-.....-..-.........-.....-..-..-...........-..-..-..-..-.4 I -1- ---.--.--.I-..-..-..-H-..-..-..-..-..-..-...-..........-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-......-..-.....!. I EXCLUSIVE AGENCY Q 1 for Martha Washington and King's Candies .. I COPPA GE ' S I i West Side Square I 4...-.-.--..-..-...-..-..-.....-..-..-.....-..4...-...-..-..-..-..-..--.-..-..-..-..-..-....-...5 L -1 1- N inety- Jive M I .,...glI - fl 1: -Jl'..... xg o f-9 , Vg WOLVERINE -5-fe e f e A X ...-..cP'lEIl5't:Jl.'.,, aiu'-pl-up-nn1n:7:n1sn1u:::: -:: xizlsz ni: -nu-ul-un--uu1n1:u-uniuuin-1:1011--un-ul-11 ,l 1 1 H A 1 M . DE LUXE THEATRE l ' x ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW 1 n I Y Matinee Every Day Q 1 P. M. tin 11 P. M., Continuous H Artic Nu Air Cooling and Ventilating System N 1, Wurlitzer Pipe Organ PHONE No. 361 5 . .1 - .L .1 1. A 1 RANDOLPH 691 RANDOLPH Y 7 MEN AND BOYS WEAR FASHION PARK CLOTHES JAFFEE BOY'S CLOTHES H SIMlK'S RADATOR AND KENNEDY TIRE H BATTERY SHOP COMPANY E Brown Mule Batteries Silvertown Tires ff PHONE 268 Q.........-..........-......-..-......-..-......:..-..:..A.,ini.. ......f.: ..-..-.:.:f..L..- L 39:43inl,:lin:u:illLlll::11li:l4:lLu 3, :: fn?::T:li:l :l1-Ili:l':l-l:i:l-will-1l:f V. L. HEADRICK LAWYER ' ' H GARBER, OKLAHOMA u!u1ul.--111--nzf 3 1:11:17 urn-1:7 :: :ful-min-I: -1:7u.i:l1.q:i:g1l:':gi::' 'Wu-11:2 ofa L.. '- ,QYGWPG 951'-5'?N',. 4' E - - Pmefeawsaatzfswe - N-inatyfsix "1 I - :.':: -Jig.. A .0 ' "Q, A f 6gx912 '-52'-1359 QL ef-4 N, ,, 0 -1 :I-JI " I X '- l. x f .. Q ..llL , u -nini1:1In11:11lxnuiuniu:1u-u-nniuuinuiluxsliun1:n1nn1nn-1 1 1 1 1 -- 1nn1v-Q4 Q 3 T THE LONG-BELL LUMBER CO. I Lumbermen Since 1875 I T fl HOME BUILDING H and .- A STRUCTURAL MATERIALS if Long-Bell T razle Mark Lumber Products 1 Are Made from Long-Bell Timber. BUILDING COUNSEL AND PLANS Garber, Okla. Phone 121 l 'TWT'7103-"1ll'7.'7'Ii-"7..7..l"7"7'.i :' T :i T l : :T "i::iT.'7.: "7"7"7-I+ :ui:n:u7:n :n7::iuu1un :u7:u1nn1ni:r Y:min11111ul1:I1I1111111111111I--nu-nu-nails-uc? l ! THE AMERICAN NATIONAL L BANK ENID, OKLAHOMA ! "VVlzere Sailing: are Safe" I ...............-..-......-..-...........-.................-..-........-.....-...............i. -"'-"'"""'-"'-"'-""-"'-""-''""'""''-"'-"'-"'-"-""'-"""""""""-"-"-"-"'"-"-"-'Q' ,N PICK'S SERVICE STATION 2 L Champlin Gasoline and Oils A , KLEAN-RITE AUTO LAUNDRY T' il LEE TIRES 230 W. Broadway Enid, Oklahoma ' -E: ---II IITII-f::il:iZi::il: Kiiiiiilli'-I: l:'l:ii: ::i:: vigil: ::f::'il:'-Y . -'Tig ' I ,g"'S74"P5 99"?'?"f'.x E" 4 I A wafeawaww A - A ' Ninety-.ve-'van - -J' 'NI I N. an I .I .4 l - E-V, Ju! v' W. xW Auto Accessori and Tubes Radio Service Ethyl Gasoline "Service that Pleases" MERLE D. ALLEN I I I I I I 'I' 1- I I I I I I I I I I I 'I' -ppl I fi: f Phone 109 niI....l.114....1,.....1..1ggi..-...1..i..1..1,..-.11..1,..1..1...-.51..1...-...1....n,g. 1.1...in1.l-.4pi..-.I.19...I1...-II1-.1.I1..1..1I.glI...II...II1..1..1..1..1..1..-...1.. DICK'S CLEANING SHOP HARMAN OIL CO. Garber, SUDDEN SERVICE CLEANING, PRESSING, ALTERING Suits Made to Order PHONE 333 Dick Swartwood, Prop. .1I...-I-...I11.11un.-n1n...nn1u..nn1ln.-nil-1nnil11up-q11Ip-.I11...-1.11.-..1.,1..1....l.1ll 1.1.-in11.1..11li..1nl..1.,1..1...-I.,.l11.2.-...Q.I.-II......nun-lpiuuln-.1.n1-......i...., MODEL GROCERY 81 MARKET SATISFACTORY SERVICE STORE GARBER Phone 270 PLUMB DONE IN SEASON woN"r OKLA. BILLIN GS Phone 150 FREE DELIVERY Oklahoma Plumbing 8z Heating Company PLUMBING STEAM AND WATER HEATING FRESH WATER SYSTEM X I A Enid, Oklahoma , I ......: Telephone 350 211 S. Grand L -111ln1ls-1ll-:min-IlinI-lu1un-lu1uu1ll1u1nl--Il 4' KR f- -H. .41 . 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I 9:9 9 Lg WOLVERINE ff gg f fe e , 1 1,1 X "--.c.,a .s,:nnvP' ' I - A I , 1 McANINCH'S PHARMACY I y 2 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 7 A' M I Agency Whitman's Chocolates I I GARBER, ' OKLAHOMA I A 1 I +A.-..1.,....1'.1II....1,.-...1......1...-1.1.1.1ll.-.11I.-...1n.1l.1gg1..1..illiuiqlin..-1.1.1.-gg .11.p.-niuilpig.in...I.1.......1....n1,,.-...Zn-.I,1I,1...-I.14.1II1un1u1ql1p......1..1..1...-l 4. -1- L l I A TAFT AND NIPPER i I I T We Specialize on I ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE 5 I A PHONE 185 1 GARBER, OKLAHOMA iL----------------------- - ----------------A----------------------------f--------as -1-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------r I I ' 1 - I l LADUSAU OIL COMPANY I SUPER SERVICE STATION Where you get what you want when you want it. I . i PHONE 232 I GARBER, OKLAHOMA I .L..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..--.- - -..-----1:.---if-re.------A----A A-------------i A ,!,..,:.....,:.,::,,::l.., ..::. -:.,:.4:.::.....K2.Z:..-..-.......-..-.......-..-...-..-......-..-..--4. I L I L 5 HAM'S CAFE 5 , I I I I A GOOD PLACE TO EAT I i J. R. HAMBRIGHT I I GARBER, OKLAHOMA ' ffm-IU1Iw-un1n-n-u1n-ninu1:11n-main-u-1uu1nu1n1n--un1n-u:1nu1u-u1111-un-1:1111-ual I - f A A-'effvcv www-, P A -- A - -P A Y ff3e1:f:ZO?f:.w:w'A - ... One Hundred A I 1 v P :N KV A alt M r "-'lf E It If lJ'.'... A G A .1 o, A A T A f .,9S?i?'59i3' WOLVERIN E ga D , 1 X .... .lLlEl:lEl:Jl--,,, I N n-n-1nn1un1:n1ll1lu-Ili 1 --ll1nu1ll-al1uu1ll1lu1ul11:--luis:-lu1ul1lutuu1 1 iunxnlin? - l Q I W I R L T' A FEATURE l i to SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES 5 Qi They Put Exclusive Style into the Cloth as Well as the Cut. A j "Wear What's Distinctly Different" "Be the Whistle and Not the Echo" 3 North Side Square Outfitters to Men and Women Phone 302 I T I n.1q.1uu1..1gp1q......iIn1..1.g.1..inl..ini.I-.n-.,,i..-.1.1l.iniI-11.1..1.gg1..1.u1..1l.1. 1niui..1.,-...1....-..1n-..i,.1g.1Iaim-..1..1......i..1n..i..1Ili..-...1a.1.......1..i.l1' u1u1.l . ..-......-..-.......-..-..,-....-........-..-.,,-..-..........-..-...-.,.-...-..-..-..-..-.1.......-...-.pin -1- ! PARRIGTT MERCANTILE i GROCERIES AND MEATS The H ome of BETTER QUALITY!--LOWER PRICES! Phone 242 Garber, Oklahoma -.--..-..-..-..-.--...-..-.......-..-..-..........-..-.......-..-.......-...-..-..-...-....-..-..-....4. T..-..-..-..-..-......-..-....-...-..-..-..-....-..-........-..-...-..-........-...-...-..-...-...-..........!. CHAMPLIN REFINERY 00. 2 Champlin 0ilsiChamplin Gasoline 1 ' Champlin Service GARBER, OKLA. GLENN BISHOP Q -...........-.....-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.....-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.g l NEW HOME BAKING co. 5 AT THE OLD STAND L l A Ask Your Grocer for GARBER MADE BREAD Cakes and Rolls Fresh Twice Daily GARBER, OKLAHOMA 1 -'Cs SNODDY AND S - Q :fr I HARDWARE and IMPLE T . I D ' ' I Phone 132 a Ga er, 0 a o 5-------------------------------'-------- iii! ' ,P-"7 "---' --4 f 7 A f ' a M 'N C . 6 O F-'ff One -Q t W 5 : 5 Q J Q X , ' - ,'.-II-Il lj -J'..... A - 1: elm. . ' s X .'lllCY-1EIllE.l:g",,,, i vii? KP E M X 15....-...,-....-..-..-..-.....-..E.E- E.S,.-,.E.E:f:EM,-2- i,,:,..,:E,-.,, Gilh i ' f R NX wax T 4: 4 ly- 1. A 935 GARBER REFINERY, Inc. I l l ' A f R T l if A I - - I VAPOR-PHASE REFINED GASOLINE ' A SUPERIOR GASOLINE QQ i With More Power and No Knocks I l I ll l H GARBER, OKLAHOMA I ff l 1 L """'f'7ZIZE!ZIT'SI' 'I' - -I' ' " ! ll 7 , w 5 l. ' GUY E. BREWER, M. D. l L For Healthier and Stronger Children 1 House Phone 46 Office Phone 40 ! l 1 ENID BUSINESS COLLEGE L lg Founded 1899 i FULLY ACCREDITED i E Regular Business College Courses E Also College-Grade Courses I I SEE US ABOUT YOUR FUTURE ' ' l J, E. GEORGE, President -:-------------------------------..-..-..-..-..-..-...........-.........-.....-......-..-.4. . 'O -2 E 5 E One Hundred Thwa me '..glI A fn l: iJl'.... f 4 QQ : 3 WOLVERINE L- 4 I E Y E E fa ,v 1 lx X ....'lI'lEI'IEl:J'.', W X ,imI.....-..I.-.11--11-1u1n-nn-nl-ll-ll1ll1Il-'Thin'10-'I1"'1"'-"l1ll1"-"1"-"-' 1"1"1'T lr E : i : sl N ls A -me wzlvcflrfrm e1-ons R D jf r I I To Stoves FOR MEN'S WEAR A we Electrical Appliances GARBER, BILLINGS, ! cial R V Ranges Il COVINGTON R A paints Ii Phone 93 ' Phone 100 1 ll l 7 G1 1' Phone 123 f , T ass Glassware Q?,:11:::1:::::2:.::::::12 l s d ,I A eeFi1rm Implements ! T Guns fi WHITE WAY Amunition Sl CAFE I FOR BETTER EATS . A Mrs. K. E. Linderfelt, T HARDWARE Prop' I...-.......-....-..-..-...-....-..-....-..-.............-..-il4..-.....-..-..-..-.......-..-..-. - -...-......-iv of111I11:--u1mu1u11:11:11:-an1:1111u1:11:11lu1uI1uu1un1un1uu1-nu1ua-lu1nn1.1111 -ul-.u1uf T l - 3 ANTRIM LUMRER CO. o I Dealers in LUMBER, BUILDING MATERIAL AND COAL I PHONE 54 Garber, Oklahoma I Q'::::::::::::::::::::1:::::::::1::2:11:11:11:2:::::::::11:1:::::::::::::::::::::::::::? l ' H' GARBER HIGH, We are at your service H 5 GARBER 1 CHRISTIAN l O CHURCH U O. J. uimmyy SOWELL, Pastor ' I I The Friendly Church C' 'To the souls of fire we give more fire' i,,,-..,,..,.....g.i...1I.-..gT..1l.1qq-I-il-1.5,lg-gg,-giui.:,n1n1ni:nvul-lninuinvlls-nil .L I i A 1 V Ona Hundred Three 11.1.51I.1.1.1..1I--QI1.......-..qg1-I-.ll-.pg-pg-.gp-..1qq1.q1.p1..1g 1 1 1 1 1..1.g1..1.,1..1..1..1..1.g.....1..1..1..1 vain: - 3 if ear n.. A O to 0, i O Q QQ , f Q-.WOLVERINE ,egghfaae S N .."'l?Evz5l5JlIP', SINCLAIR GASOLINE AND OILS A JOB HALF DONE IS NOT DONE AT ALL -What difference does it make, if the thing be an education, a house or a motor oil-if it is only "half done, it's not done, it not done at all !" -If your motor oil has only "quality", then it is only half right! -You need the right "grade" or body, too! -Why? Because motor oil, to do a complete job when it 'goes up into your cylinders, must fill the space between each piston and cylinder Wall-must seal this space to prevent the power from blowing by-that's complete, precise lub- rication, according to the "degree of Wear". -Consult the Sinclair Lubrication chart-and finish the ob with Sinclair Opaline Motor Oils. J. A. DUNLAVY STATION Garber, Okla. WILLIAMS SINCLAIR STATION Garber, Oil Field Wholesale and Retail I " ,JVGQCPW i9"?"M5, t , ewcclfeafesfasea - eH d dFour lim u1a:u1u-li-01 tl i .gli - : 5 -JI.. nf' n 7 ' f Y , V f 1 1 l . f Y Y Q, -Q ee-gfzie-,QQ WOLVERINE if i t K ."'uIC-En51JJllP", I p I ' ig,igg-qi...-.I1131.I1..1l.1.11.11.-11.--1--u-n-un1 ravi: 1111 1 1 1 1ln-ll-I+ N 1 H i 1 ki PRINTING THAT CARRIES CONVICTION t .. I W HERE is art in high-grade Printing-the art of proper 'M V n WW type selection, skilled composition, perfect presswork N gfR':'5 and rightly chosen paper-which brings out the spirit J h of your message. The form as well as the text of your ad- 5 vertising matter can be made to reflect the character of your I n firm and your merchandise. I 7 I if :: I T U W I if I - H 1 1 Q Let us show you what we mean by art " I in printing on that next job of yours 3 5 i PRINTING, RULING, PEBBLING AND BINDING 2 y DONE BY ' 5 CORE Y PRESS 5 I L 2 ENID, OKLAHOMA ! I 4..-.....-.-.....-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.........-,......1 U . e I 1 G fi 7, t f" X One Hundred Five , y I - 5 i -J "'.jl I.. .. Ki j S WOLVERINE ' , L ..."ll?EM5a5J"",, .?..........-..Q..-..-..............-..-..-..-..-..-..................,..........-..-...............-........-...- ' GARBER STATE BANK H I Q We Pay Two Kinds Of Interest A? H PERSONAL and COMPOUND I RAY S. KELTNER, Cashier CECIL L. CONNER, President A GEO. R. FERGUSON, Ass't. Cashier 4.---.-------------.--...-.--.------u----------n---------------.-.-----.---.-..-..-..- .gg4:11:11In-uillvluvurl!:uvurIlilu--llI-rl!-llrll1llvlllvlul1ll1llillvllvllvlli-llvllilli "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" A ANY AND ALL OCCASIONS We guarantee Satisfaction ! OKLAHOMA FLORAL CO. ENID, OKLAHOMA 3122: I I IfIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11I21I11I111"11'lf1IZ1If.I:IZIIIIIIIIIIIIZIII I I I l Q C O M P L I M E N T S l OF 5 : I E K 1 0 E 'The Q Store. Q ENID, OKLAHOMA 1 GEN TRY MOTOR COMPANY L DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR VEHICLES Q Graham Brothers Trucks ! GRAND AT MAPLE ENID, OKLAHOMA 4...-.............-...-...-....-..-....-..-.......-....-................-....-....-..l.-...-....-l...-...-....-..-..-..-..- 'f""'E2EiEi5f-M-"-"T"TSurIS"?EQ"u'w''uT''"FETSSESTW-u"-W"'-'E1-T'S- ' 1 K E N N E D Y ' S I THE WOMAN'S STORE ' L NEWEST STYLES, READY-TO-WEAR, SILKS .L-...'iHf?E.Piiti1ZiESE?.......-n..-..-n..-..,-..-...-..Ef':5Eif5..Ei?iT?.lYff?fl I S A --A T o One Hundred Six . , D 0 ' ' l l N ' - N I' D 0 0 - V3 Q Jo 1 . . 535, 'A ,ff fi be X R X i f-7 22334 ' . sf .Q - I 'X 'V ' - -If ,Motif ....T' A- T N 5 of N A -ik. " 5' 0 ' elf it ,-. UP 0 I'- ' -1. HIP W ,fe o. X 'f I .X V ' Hliiiiiiiesr i .EES::::::HaE I W. :oo ,ic '94....,,rs.?9.v":E:Ef.f::aaz:-2. J g 'QN- ' V l gg 4 55.-. 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I 0 o 1 I flbstetrrcii and Gynegogrgy. - IglXRiIAElRt?AI?i I?-JUtDoSOtIIjI, Aiavsisgantu m Surgery. BEULAH EDWARDS, R. N., Instructress. l l 5 . . . , nterna e icine an iagnosxs . , a ra y ec mcxan. l 1 r in-n: 4n4:: :: ::4:: :: :: :: n1n:4:: :: 4:: M: n-zu: :: n4xi: :: :: :ix ::-:: u-1:11:45 ln--::44::4::4u: n1u: :: an :: :::4:: n-of I 1.5 wow .4oiIo1. i.iisS!EgiA.q...aiafz.o.'--...A-1... . "1'Lie:.Eoi-ado.. One Hundred Seven R ll - ? : -JI 00" 'I " 'Q - 9 P WOLVERINE Lg e Q gp R142 I Q N , , , 4 ."ll-:zum-Jl"' I . ,X ur n-n1ln1nu1nn1ln--:lil1uu1un1nn--aninin1:n-un-un1uu1n:-un-1-1nn1nn1un1un1au1nu-:ui ' I ii y E , I I I 1 Io 4 I GARBER I I 5 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I CECIL L. CONNER, Chairman FRANK N. JOHNES, Sec. I I I EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: I M. F. PHILLIPS, E. P. GREEN, I , A. E. MATHIS, 'I G. G. SMITH, V ' LLOYD KELTNER I 1 Executive Committee meets at luncheon every Monday. 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