Goode Barren Township High School - Tatler Yearbook (Sesser, IL)
- Class of 1924
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The Book of the Year
Published by the
Goode-Barren Township High School
2 T H E C H I E F
C. A. McBride, President
Horace Mallory, Sec. Charley Cockrum
Edward Kirkpatrick E. O. Lewis
Neal Gilliam George Phillips
We, the Senior Class, in behalf of the entire
school, Wish to express our appreciation and thanks
to the members of the Board of Education for their
untiring efforts in making the G. B. T. H. S. one of
the best High Schools in Southern Illinois.
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1924, respectfully dedicate this volume of THE
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Min Carrol Gumm, A. B.
University of Illinois.
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Ohio State University.
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Teachers' College, Carbondale,
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Latin and Music.
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Miss Marian E. Haynes, A. B. '
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Illinois Woman's College,
University of Illinois.
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Manual Training, Athletic Director.
Southern Illinois Teachers' College.
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Secretary Athletic Association.
Glee Club '24,
Science Club President '24.
"Stop Thief" '24,
"Elopement of Ellen" '23.
"As a Woman Thinketh" '23.
"Arrival of Kitty" '22.
Editor-in-Chief of "The Chief."
"Happy-go-lucky, fair and free,
Nothing there is that troubles me."
Glee Club '21-'22-'23-'24,
Girls' Basket Ball '22-'23.
Science Club President '23.
D. F. Club '24.
"Stop Thief' '24. '
Joke Editor of "The Chief".
"She wouldn't be good if she could,
and couldn't be good if she would."
Bellemont High School '21-'22-'23.
Science Club '24.
D. F. Club President.
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"Her heart, like the moon, is always
changing, but there's always a
man in it."
Glee Club '21-'22-'23-'24
Basket Ball '21.
School Librarian '22.
Science Club '23-'24.
Secretary D. F. Club '24.
Class Historian '24.
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Basket Ball '21-'23-'24.
Glee Club '22.
"Elopement of Ellen" '23,
"As A Woman Thinketh" '23.
"Stop Thief" '24.
Athletic Editor "The Chief."
"A pretty girl from head to toe,
with laughing eyes and one big
Glee Club '21-'22.
"Elopement of Ellen" '23.
"Stop Theif" '24. .
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"Snap Shot Editor of "The Chief".
"No royal path leads to Caesar."
Glee Club '24,
"Stop Thief" '24.
Basket Ball '24.
Science Club '23.
Yell Leader '22-'23,
"The Arrival of Kitty" '22.
"Elopement of Ellen" '23.
"Oh fairest of all rural maids."
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Basket Ball '22-'23.
Science Club '23-'24,
D. F. Club '24.
"Arrival of Kitty" '22.
"Elopement of Ellen" '23.
"Stop Thief" '24,
"The Bo'sn's Bride" '24,
Literary Manager '24.
T H E C H I E F 13
"So wise, so young, she cannot live
Glee Club '21-'22-'23-'24.
Girls' Basket, Ball '22-'23.
Vice-President '22, -
"Elopement of Ellen" '23.
Calendar Editor of "The Chief."
Science Club '23-'24.
Music Librarian '24.
"Stop Thief" '24.
D. F. Club '24.
"'Never do today what you can put
off until tomorrow."
Basket Ball '22-'23-'24. '
"Arrival of Kitty" '22,
"Elopement of Ellen" '23.
"As a Woman Thinketh" '23.
"Stop Thief" -24.
Glee Club '22-'23-'24. Operetta.
Science Club '23-'24.
President Athletic Association '24.
14 THE CHIEF
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
Rickety-Rackety! Bing-Bang! Jingle-Jangle!
"What's that?" .
"Freshmen of course." That's what everyone thought of us
when we cranked up our tin-lizzie and started out on our high school
career. We had many punctures, mud-holes and collisions, but fared
well for Freshmen, and with our officers, Lucille Pate, Audra Cockrum
and Pearl Oglesby to drive us safely. We had four blow-outs, the
first three at class parties-and you know what that means-Freshies
always have an enjoyable time at class parties.
The other one happened on a weiner roast. Oh Yes! We
Freshies knew how to act, especially when it came to "running wild"
part. Of course all the upper classmen delighted in kidding us "green
tops" but we withstood it that entire year. '
We came back in 1921 with only twenty members. A little loss
like this couldn't make much difference to a class as full of pep and
good spirit as ours. Lucille Pate was again chosen president, with
Pearl Oglesby and Lois Hartley as her fellow oflicers. The first social
event was an elaborate reception given for the Freshies, you see it was
now our turn to tantalize the first year babes, so we took advantage of
this affair and initiated them in the proper order. We hate to brag,
but this was a good party. We enjoyed several other real parties that
Gee! But you get to be Juniors fast on paper, don't you '! This
time we numbered a close dozen. We chose Audra Cockrum, Virginia
Butler and Howard Farmer for our officers. We went in cahoots with
the Seniors and gave a masquerade party. We had everything from
Indian Squaws to "Whiskey bottled in the Barn." The most import-
ant C???l event since the founding of this school was our banquet for
the Seniors. This was a very swell affair to say the least-if we do
Our Senior, Ahem! f12thJ year began with Audra Cockrum,
Hal Stoelzle and Howard Farmer for our leaders and Mr. Doolen as our
class Sponsor. Under his careful and fatherly guidance, our class has
thus far been kept well together. On December 15 our rings came in.
Gee! but they are classy looking. On December 19 we staged an
amusing comedy entitled "Stop Thief" which was a brilliant success
and was well attended.
We are now looking forward to the timelwhen we can don our
caps and gowns, which will accentuate our dignity.
Leah Lambert, Class '24.
T H E C H I E F 15
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
One night in the year of 1934 after my usual day's occupation
as stenographer for Mrs. Mary Blake, who was president of the United
States, I retired only to fall into a fitfull slumber during which I had a
very strange dream.
I saw an intense illuminating brightness which filled the room
even to the corners and which seemed scorching in its brilliancy. I was
numbed with fear when I beheld slowly dripping from the ceiling a
tiny, black, misty vapor which gradually expanded, finally taking the
shape and form of an old haggard, toothless man. He informed me
gently that I was not to be afraid, that he was Odin the All-father, and
that he wished a word with me. He told me that I was to keep a rec-
ord of the sorrows, failures, successes, achievements and so forth of the
1924 Senior class of Goode-Barren Township High School and be-
seeched me to come to him at Valhalla with my report in the early
dawn of March 11, 1944 and be repaid for my service by a marriage to
the Almighty Thor.
I was then transferred in my dream to far off India to the dark
realms of a Hindu magician where I was to learn of all the present
doings of my class-mates of 1924 in Sesser High School.
The magic Hindu set me down to a great telescope and focused
the lens so that I could turn it in all directions and locate any part of
the earth I desired. A radio was installed near the telescope so that
I could hear any conversation which took place at the different places
which I had located with the telescope.
At first I located the great University of Illinois at Urbana and
there presiding over a large class of Virgil students, whom should I
recognize but my old class-mate Virginia Butler. She was reading a
long Latin story to the members of her class who were listening intently
and were busily taking down notes.
While searching around over the country to find someone else,
I was charmed by the most beautiful piano music I had ever heard. I
discovered that the music was located at New York and there in the
presence of a vast audience in a great Cathedral I spied Leah Lambert,
who is one of the greatest musicians of the world, producing an original
piece on the piano which was followed by a great season of applause.
I then saw a young poet and playwright in his study room at his
beautiful home in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I immediately recog-
16 T H E C H I E F
nized him to be Audra Cockrum, our Senior class president and it was
then that I remembered how he gained his nick-name, Shakespeare,
for rather "Shake"J in our High School Days. I now discovered that
he was known the world over as "The Second Shakespeare."
I wondered if any of my class-mates might not be found in
Europe and sure enough, there on the stage at Paris was Velma Moore,
playing the leading part of Cleopatria in "The Egyptian Queen," writ-
ten especially for her by our old class-mate Audra Cockrum. I saw
that Velma's wish that she might be on the stage had been fulfilled.
I took a peep at the Supreme Court of the United States, there
on the private door of the Chief Justice was printed "H, Stoelzle, Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court." Then I saw Hal presiding over the
members of the Supreme Court and I learned that he had grown Very
popular and that he was the leading Republican candidate for the
Presidential election the following fall.
I now focused my telescope for Sesser to see what had happened
there. I found that Sesserihad grown into a much largerand more
prosperous city than it was in our school days. There on the front
porch of her neat little home sat-who was formerly Pearl Oglesby-
but her name had been changed to Mrs. ???'?? Pearl was reading a
book and I wondered if she still enjoyed reading as she did in our High
school days. At her side sat a little light haired, blue eyed girl of
about three years of age and I knew this was little Pearl.
Back to the U. S. Senate I flew like a flash and there introducing
a new bill into the Senate was no one but Senator William Moore and
it was then that I remembered him as the History Star of U. S. History
class in good old G. B. T. H. S. in 1924.
Then just for a change I went to China and whom should I see
there but our dear little Lois, who was sacrificing her life to teach and
convert the Chinese people. I was so interested in the good time she
was having among the Chinese that it made me want to go there and
take up the same work. But I must hasten on at present.
Shifting here and there over the United States I was alarmed by
something I heard which sounded like this: "Hurrah! Hurrah! Farmer,
Farmer, Farmer!" My lands! What's that? Then away over in
California I was conducted to a large gymnasium where a basket ball
game was in procedure and I arrived just in time to see Howard basket
the ball amid an uproarious applause, thus winning the worlds champ-
ionship in basket ball.
T H E C H I E F 17
My eyes next fell upon a neat farmhouse in the Western states
and there stood a beautiful young woman by her husband's side getting
a drink out of a spring and looking over the fence at their large herd
of sheep. I recognized her to be no less than our dear little class-mate,
Nellie Ravenstein, Who appeared to be very happy in her beautiful
Thus I had located each member of our Senior class of 1924 and
I was proud of the work of each and glad to claim each as my class-
I then thanked the Hindu for the use of his magic machine and
just as I Was planning my trip to go to Valhalla to report to Odin I sud-
denly awoke to find that I had been dreaming. I wondered just how
much of my dream was really true.
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T H E C H I E F 19
SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the Seniors of 1924, in order to encourage the Freshies,
establish perpetual friendship between all classesgassure the Sophs
that we love 'emg promote the Juniors to the dignified Senior rowg pro-
vide the rooters with the proper "Esprit de corps", secure the blessings
of the Faculty to ourselves and fellow-students, do ordain, establish
and declare this to be our last and only Written Will and Testament.
To the Freshies, we the Seniors bequeath our poise, individuality, and
our stand-in with the teachers. C?J
To the Sophomores: As much patience, cheerfulness, ambition and
resourcefulness as we have always possessed.
To the Juniors: Our old text books, our old shoes and some hats-
SIZE TEN--to fit their heads.
To the Faculty We extend our appreciation and thanks for services
rendered us during the past year.
To Mr. McLaughlin, we the Seniors bequeath the shorn locks of our
To Mrs. McLaughlin: Our abounding good will.
To Mr. White: All the maidenly blushes of the Senior girls and the
creases of the boys' pants.
To Miss Flack: Our knowledge in Latin, for use in classes next year.
To Miss Haynes: A Victrola record, the songs being "Dixie" and
To Miss Gumm: A dictionary for her desk, and a cedar chest for hold-
ing library fines.
To Mr. Doolen: A crate of "pills" and a list of rules to keep the boys
To Miss Weihing: A stalk of celery, a pound of cheese and a plate of
fudge thrown in.
20 T H E C H I E F
To Miss Corbley: A room downstairs and an Algebra II. class that
doesn't eat candy.
Last and Individually:
Leah Lamber bequeaths her chawming eyes and doll-like features to
Ida Walker. .
Audra Cockrum bequeaths his humor and forgetfulness to Eugene
Pearl Oglesby bequeaths her feather-like lightness to Rachel Sherman.
Howard Farmer leaves his History Topic to "Big John." His good
looks will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder.
Lois Hartley wills the "biscuits" over each ear to him of the enormous
appetite, Humbert Gualdoni.
Jewell Keeling bequeaths her time-worn and thumb-printed dictionary
to Sybel Kirkpatrick.
William Moore bequeaths his raven-black hair to Irvin Dudley, provid-
ing he keeps it as slick as Bill does.
Velma Moore bequeaths her dancing ability to Olga Lewis. You ought
to see her two-step on the typewriter.
Nellie Ravenstein leaves her Chemistry note-book to Erlean Pate. Said
note-book is void of wrong quotations and experiments.
Virginia Butler leaves the Senior grin to Ruth Ward. Guaranteed a
lifetime. Also a certain Christmas present to Joyce Davidson.
Hal Stoelzle bequeaths his broadmindedness in arguments to Bill
Schettler. Hal admits there are two sides to every question-
HIS side and the wrong side.
In testimony thereof, we hereunto have signed and sealed this
document and appoint Miss Lydia Weihing and Mrs. Eleanor McLaugh-
lin as executors of this, our will.
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22 T H E C H I E F
T H E C H I E F 23
HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF '25
One bright, sunny day in the fall of 1921, there rolled into
Sesser about 9 a. m. that great train of "Learning" running on the G.
B. T. H. S. "Line", There aboard this train a large number of intelli-
gent looking girls and boys all bound for the same destination, all filled
with a keen desire to gain all the knowledge possible. They were all
overjoyed, probably over our success in staging our Commencement
Play a few night before, or because we looked forward with much in-
terest to that four years journey ahead.
Our first stoppage was at a queer little place called "Freshmen
Town." At this place, customs and people were all strange and un-
known to us and we felt timid and shy. Toward the close of that
thrilling day Mr. Black, the ruler of that place, met with us and helped
us elect Earl Dillon as our President, Ruth Ward, Vice President, and
Stanton Jolley, secretary-treasurer. As time rolled on and our work
had been planned and we began to portray our skill and to show what
we were capable of doing. We shone in all social activities, enjoying
numerous weiner roasts, banquets and parties. To us the greatest
event of the year was the track and field meet in which we won a
beautiful banner over which we were highly elated. As basket ball
was causing a great sensation we took part and "Big John" was put on
Varsity team and has prospects df becoming a great athlete.
In September, 1922, we left that town which we will all well
remember, for "Sophomore Town". There were only twenty-six of our
large number left-some stayed in "Freshmen Town", others lost hope
of ever reaching their goal and dropped out. During the first few weeks
we elected Ruth Ward as President, Randall Mezo as Vice-President,
and Chesta Yung as Secretary-Treasurer. We entered our work there
with all the pride and dignity of newly-made "Sophs".
Next December, 1923, there landed into "Junior Town" eigh-
teen culutred and refined people. But alas, new faces took the places
of those so famiiar to us, but under these new authorities-we have im-
proved greatly. We have retained our "pep" and alertness, as was
shown in our Salvation Army Contest in which we were winners of the
prize. They have many prospects of musicians, singers, authors and
almost every type of talent in our small class.
N. F., Class '24
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T H E C H I E F' 25
26 T H E C H I E F
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
In the autumn of 1922, sixty-four laughing boys and girls en-
tered G. B. T. H. S. as Freshmen. We felt as green, as much out of
place, and foolish as all Freshmen are supposed to feel. We knew
that We were no longer with "kids", but with our superiors. So we
began trying to be their equals.
We lost no time in meeting and electing our officers. 'We elec-
ted Russel Ramsey, Harry Pate, and Henry Cockrum as our leaders,
and Miss Stiff as sponsor. The entire class went in for athletics, and
some of our boys made the Varsity.
The yearzpassed altogether too swiftly for some of us. How-
ever, twelve of our class quit school. We hope that they will realize
their mistake and begin again.
After a few months we came back to school-hoping that the
rest were as glad to see us as We were to see them. We were glad that
we left the adjective-green-behind, but to our d-ismay, we found
that we inherited a new name-"Wise Fool". The entire faculty was
strange to us, but we decided that we wanted Miss Corbly as our
sponsor. Our officers were immediately chosen. Since Russel had
done so well last year, we elected him again, with Lucille Hill, and
Henry Cockrum to help him. We had only forty left, but we soon
realized that this was enough to have some wonderful times. Our
class has always entered into the diierent activities of the school. We
are in the Glee Clubs, Orchestra, Basket Ball, and the names of five
Sophomores have always appeared on the highest honor roll.
Our class colors are silver and blue. The silver represents the
sunshine of our class and our willingness to help others. The blue
reminds us to be true and loyal. Our class motto is "B-Z", and We
intend to live up to this, not only in school, but also in our future lives.
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28 T H E C H I E F
Alice Ann Boles
Helen Huie .-
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T H E C H I E F 29
FRESHMEN CLASS HISTORY
Last fall, September 3rd, fifty-two Freshmen entered G. B. T.
H. S. This was the largest Freshmen class of any except of last year.
We were properly initiated with five-by-two-feet boards by the
upper classmen. This fun UD continued daily each morning until
Mr. McLaughlin said otherwise.
.A great many who are in our class began together in the Public
"School of Sesser, and intend to do so until the graduation day "Doeth
We have always had a record of being a real bright and studi-
ous class-that was in the grades of course.
Last 'year we surprised the public by being able to successfully
stage the play "The Little Clodhopper" which netted us quite a sum of
money. With this we bought a set of Encyclopedias and left them at
the public school.
As we look back over the record we find Harry and Mary L.
Irvin are attending school in Champaign.
We have found that "United we stand, divided we fall," so we
have united as a class and have elected Miss Gumm as sponsor, Edgar
Walker as president, Eflie Ola Lewis as vice-president, and Eugene
McGinnis as secretary-treasurer.
The High School have elected Jesse Johnson, Jr., as the yell
leader. Our class colors are purple and white and our ambition is to
keep climbing higher. 4
Our school activities have been somewhat limited this year.
However, we have had some real good times.
The Hallowe'en party of the Sophomores and Freshmen'was especial-
ly a memorable time. The Misses Gumm and Corbly received first
prize as being the most comically masked. gMiss Gumm was the tiny,
timid, crying baby in the carriage, while her sweet little devoted mother
was Miss Corbly. Ida Walker won the prizeXNfXor being the masked
person no one knew. X
The basket ball boys have played many ganies with the Eighth
Grade but have never been defeated, they hope as they go on they will
make a star team for the High School.
When we reach the "dignified" Senior year' we hope to have
the largest class of graduates that has been in High School.
-Ruby Oglesby--Efiie Ola Lewis.
30 T H E C H I E F
We have reserved this page to tell all about the graduates ot'
G. B. T. H. S. since, and including, the first class of graduates in 1918.
As yet, only five of this entire list of thirty-three have ventured on the
turbulent and often tempestuous sea of matrimony. Thirteen of the
number are now in college or a Universityg five of these students are
enrolled in the University of Illinois. The graduates and where they
are, and what they are doing are as follows:
Jennie Martel .......... ...... S t Louis, Missouri .............. Business College
Marjorie McNealy ....... ...... W est Palm Beach, Florida .... Teacher
Johnnie Jones ......... ....... S esser, Illinois ........ Old Ben Coal Corporation
Harry Britton ....... ...... U rbana, Illinois ...... Student
Dewey Ray ............ ....... S t Louis, Missouri Study Law
Raliegh Robinson ...... ...... S esser, Illinois ......... ....... E mployed Thompson Conf.
Eugene Hutson .... ..... . Urbana, Illinois .... Student
Edith Denfip ..... ...... S esser, Illinois ...... Employed at J. V. Walker's
Myrtle Jordan ....... ...... U rbana, Illinois ...... Student
Gladys Minor ...... ....,. H errin, Illinois ...... Teacher
Hazel Phillips ....... ...... L ongmont, Colorado Now Mrs. James Sulcer
Virginia Phillips ..... ...... S esser, Illinois ............ ....... T eacher
Ida Denfip ............. ...... S esser, Illinois ,..... Telephone Operator
Frances Slade ....... ....., S esser, Illinois ...... Teacher
Louie Ray ............ ....... S esser, Illinois ........ Miner
Thomas Sweeney ...... ...... S t Louis, Missouri Student
Zelda Rosenblatt ...... ...... S esser, Illinois ........ Manager of Shoe Store
Carl Dillon ....... Urbana, Illinois .... Student
Edna Ames .............. ...... D esmoines, Iowa .... Now Mrs. Armstrong
Rebecca Packman St Louis, Missouri Stenographer and Student
Myrtle Lewis ........... ...... S esser, Illinois ......... ....... T aking Stenography
Marie Britton ....... ...... U rbana, Illinois .... Now Mrs. Gordon Bates
Perry McCollum ...... ...... U rbana, Illinois .... Student
Fred Schettler ....... ....... C olumbus, Ohio .... Student
Celia Zarfas ......
Pauline Martel ..... ......
Urbana, Illinois ......
Kenneth Tippy ..... ......
.......St Louis, Missouri
Sesser, Illinois ........
Asst. Cashier State Bank
Frank Jacobson ....... ...... S heller, Illinois ...... Farmer
Margaret Hatcher ...... ....... N okomis, Illinois .................. Now Mrs. Homer Watkins
Ruby Cockrum ............ ....... W est Frankfort, Illinois ...... Teacher
Georginia Mitchell .... ....... S esser, Illinois ...................... At Home
Amelia Tonozzi ....... ......, M ontecenere, Italy Student
Edna Morgan .....
Panama, Illinois ..... ....,..
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32 THE CHIEF
"What A Photographer Thinks About"
"Ah! Good morning Folks! Well the old buss was on time for
once. Isn't that exciting? I should think you would celebrate the
"Yep, you're right brother! She's just exactly 9:30. Goin' to
take some pictures aroun' hyar?"
"Yes I'm going to make a likeness of the pupils and the faculty
down at the High School."
"Well you'll find some 'stuck-up" uns down thar!"
About an hour later I had my camera set up and everything
ready. I was told to begin with the Seniors. Good! I knew those
folks knew how to behave because they have had more experience in
this sort of business than the rest of them.
Well here comes a Senior boy. Ah! He did very nicely-would-
'nt have any lip stick on or anything-acted Very dignified too.-Guess
he has been practicing, that he may live up to the reputation of his
Another boy. Must be all boys. Oh My! Allowing a girl to
put rouge on him! He should be thrown out of the sex !-Oh well, did
better than I thought he would at first.
A pair of lads. Great Scott! Why don't they bring on some
female species? Oh dear! Here one of those showy ones! Putting
mabeline on his eye brows! Oh! Oh!
Ah! Here we come!! A girl-a very modest little girl too.
Doesn't have her hair bobbed. Won't even put any lip stick on. Oh
Well-"Some girls do, and some girls don't, Some girls will and some
Another girl--just a little more primpy though. She wants
lip stick on her rose buds. Oh my what a smile she's forcing! She
must think I mean "grin" when I say smile.
Ah! Here they "Come and trip it as you go,
On the light fantastic toe
And in thy right hand,
Lead with thee-A couple of 'bobbed headed'
ones. Oh well they won't have to put any on becausethey already
have enough make up on to appear on a stage. Ye Gods! They're put-
ting on some more! Oh me! Oh my! And I thought the Seniors knew
' T H E c H 1 E F 33
how it was done. Well at last I'm through with those dignified Sen-
Ah! Now I've got it easy! Here comes a member of the faculty.
Good lookin' too. Thinks I care for her combing her hair! Well let
her comb it, she's not tied! Just one hairpin-As if one hair pin could
conquer a nation! Nice little girl to lend her one-One of those Sen-
ior girls too. Well-and I thought she'd know how to pose! I've
reached my conclusion-"The older they get the less they know."
-Velma E. Moore, Class '24.
34 T H E C H I E F
THE SENIOR STAND
The G. B. T. H. S. had once more resumed its routine of duties
and every student was to be with a smile on his face and ready to ex-
tend both hands and push his upmost to put the shool before the com-
munity and then later, before all of Southern Illinois.
So it was before such a happy group of students, especially the
Seniors, that Mr. McLaughlin revealed one of his many plans of adver-
tising our school to the community. He suggested that the Seniors
erect a lunch stand at the Sesser Fair which was to be held at the High
School and thus help finance their annual. This was certainly a splen-
did suggestion but Audra, the enthusiastic Senior president, announced
that the class had already secured the right to erect the stand and
were making plans for the project. So with the untiring support of
Mr. McLaughlin, the class soon had the plans under way and were too
glad to take advantage of every opportunity of helping finance their
annual. Now, isn't that the kind of a class to have-one that is up
and going and ready to support the school in every Way possile?
Every undertaking is a success with such a jolly group of school
children as that behind it acting as a main spring. They, with the un-
relinguishing support of the entire school, advertised the Sesser Fair
far and wide and everyone soon began talking about it. It seemed to
be uppermost in everyone's mind as a good chance to put our school
before the eyes of the public. Posters were seen everywhere and the
school children were talking about the wonderful Fair to be held in the
"old home town" but behind all this was the motive of making the
Senior stand a success.
Thus the few lapsing days passed until the 5th of October dawned-
a big, bright sun in the east with a cloudless sky ahead and the exalting
children expressing their joy at seeing the day dawn bright and clear.
This day and the next were to be spent at the Fair and everyone began
bringing his exhibits of live stock, poultry, and etc. Before the morn-
ing was half gone, large crowds were gathering on the campus with
reports that more were coming.
"Right this way for your late breakfast and early dinners, in
fact for anything you want," rang shrilly through hte cool, refreshing,
morning atmosphere. Everyone turned to see who it could be and
found not only one, but a half dozen others vociferating the same thing.
THECHIEFMN " 35
They were the Seniors, with faces aglow With smiles. Those smiles
seemed to be contagious and the sandwiches and ice cream delicious,
because that lunch stand was the main attraction throughout the Fair.
Everybody seemed to have come to eat and the Seniors to sell. They
were busy all the time filling the roders and collecting the dimes and
quarters. Thus the first day of the Fair passed and the second was
still more satisfying to the Seniors, as everyone seemed to be more
hungry tha never and naturally came where he could get "more for
less money." The second day passed and the Seniors had made much
more out of their lunch counter than they had ever anticipated.
Thus the reader sees that this is one of the many Ways used by
the Seniors to make money to finance their annual, the book you are
now reading. But the Sesser Fair is now passed and Commencement
will soon be here and the good old G. B. T. H. S. will soon close its doors
forever to the merry Seniors of '24, but their thoughts will still linger
there, the place Where they spent profitably, the early springtime of
Perhaps some of those Seniors will go ahead to the Universities
and continually add to their knowledge of the world around them, the
first flickering glimmers of which they caught in the G. B. T. H. S.
Perhaps some will become men and women of prominence but all will
be a hundred times better than they would have been if they had not
completed their High School courses. All of them will have much
better homes than they would have had otherwise and perhaps all of
them will have the occasion to be resting in an easy rocking-chair of a
well furnished home casually scanning pages of the annual of the class
of '24 when they chance to recall the Senior lunch stand which helped
make possible the book and the results of which spurred them onward
to greater activities. No, they can never forget the part which the
Senior stand played in financing this annual and thus helping the
Board of Education to put the school before the opening eyes of the
public and later to make it one of the foremost High Schools of South-
-Henry Cockrum, Class '26.
36 T H E C H I E F
THE SENIGR PLAY
"Stop Thief", which was 'written by Carlyle Moore, was selected
for the play to be presented by the Seniors of '24, being coached by
Jack Doogan, the thief ...,.,...,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.. ,..,,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,,.,.,,,, H al Stoelzle
Nellie Jones, the lady's maid, alais, the feminine thief ........ Velma Moore
William Carr, the absent-minded parent ,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,.. Audra Geeky-um
Mrs. CaI'I', the head of the family ...,...,,,,,, ,.,,,,, V irginia Butler
Joan Carr, the daughter .,....,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,..,, L gig, Hartley
Caroline Carr, the youngest daughter ,.,..,,,, ,,,,,,, N ellie Ravenstein
Madge Carr, to be married ..........,,.....,,,. ,..,,,,,, P earl Oglesby
James Cluney, the groom-to-be ......,............ ,,,,,,, W illiam M001-e
Dr. Willoughsby, a friend of the family ,.,,,. ...,,..,, H ovvard Farmer
Rev. Mr. Spelain, the new minister ........... .....,,... I sadore Basso
Joe Thompson, the detective .............. ..., , ..,. E verett Hutson
Mr. Jamison, a stock broker ........ ......., R ussel Ramsay
Police Sergeant ...................... ........... L yle Moore
Police O'Malley ........ ......,.. F rank Gelch
Police Clancey ...... ........... E ugene Huie
Chauffeur ........... ..................... ...... W i lliam Schettler
ACT I.--Takes place at the Carr home at Providence, R. I., on
the eve of the wedding of Madge Carr, the daughter of William Carr,
an absent minded man, to a youth, James Cluney, who is troubled with
fits of kleptomania. A new lady's maid, Nellie Jones, is introduced
into the house. Dr. Willoughsby knows Cluney is a kleptomaniac and
is trying to keep the secret. Mrs. Carr also knows that Mr. Carr has
the same fault and is trying to keep her secret. The lady's maid hap-
pens to be advance agent for a thief, Jack Doogan, the man she is to
marry. He arrives, unknown to anyone but Nellie, and together they
lay plans for relieving the house of the burden of the wedding presents.
ACT II.-Dr. Willoughsby is caught at the safe, trying to re-
place the bonds, which the family think has been stolen. Meanwhile
Doogan finds it easy going. Cluney believes Doogan to be the detective
he has sent for, and accuses him of removing the valuables that are
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disappearing. Mr. Carr gives him all of his, money to keep for him and
all the rest of the family tell him the whereabouts of their valuables.
Just when Nell and Jack have gotten everything that is of value and
are ready to make their "get-a-Way", Mr. Jamison arrives and de-
mands certain stocks which he has given Mr. Carr as collateral for a
loan he is now ready to repay. The stocks can't be found. The money
is stolen by Nell. Mrf Jamison leaves, threatening everyone with
punishment, and brings in the officers with a Warrant. Doogan steals
the warrant' and places it in the pocket of the absent minded Mr. Carr.
ACT III.-Now here's Where the fun begins, when the officer
hold the whole family at the point of his colt, While Waiting for another
warrant to appear. Meanwhile the thieves are trying to escape. At
last the bonds are recovered and the money is found in the minister's
pocket. The minister recovers With, "I wish Ihad a drink of whiskey."
Jack then holds up the whole party at the point of a pistol and the
absent minded Carr returns with all the booty which he has recovered.
Jack and Nell promise to lead honorable lives henceforth and are
therefore forgiven. Then for a grand conclusion there is a triple Wed-
ding and everybody is happy and gay.
Velma E. Moore, Class '24.
38 T H E C H I E F
HISTCRY OF SESSER
The City of Sesser was laid off in July, 1905, by John Sesser, an
official of the C. B. and Q. railway, from whom it received its name.
Another official of this railroad, John C. Elliot, sold the first lots in
Sesser. The site was only four blocks square, extending from the
depot on the east, and from Charlie Gualdoni's residence on the north
to the street south of the High School. The first business building was
where Otrich's Drug Store is at the present time. The first grocery
store was owned by John Bates in 1905 and afterwards sold to W. A.
Willis. Mr. Willis was appointed postmaster in 1906 and had his
office in a corner of the store. He held this position for eight years.
Mr. W. D. Moore occupied the first building in Sesser. Mr. McCollum
and Mr. C. B. Lewis built the next two buildings here. Sesser Bates
was the first boy born in Sesser, Viva Harrison the first girl. V
In December, 1905, there were only 17 people in Sesser, in
March 1906, there were five or six hundred people, some living in
huts, tents, and other convenient places. The 1920 census showed that
the population of Sesser was 3400.
In 1906 the sinking of Keller Coal Mine was begun, and in five
months they were hoisting coal. Mr. Keller was the first owner of the
mine, and under his ownership it worked constantly for eight years.
The mine is 648 feet deep, and extends I mile around the base. There
are about 600 men employed when the mine works, and about 3000 tons
of coal are hoisted every day. Mr. Buchanan is now president and Mr.
Dougherty is mine manager. The machinery of this mine is all modern
electrical equipment, and is said to be the best in the United States.
The other mine in Sesser was sunk by the Modern Coal Corp.
The Work was begun by Avis and Jones. Five hundred and fifty men
are employed there when it is working, and 3500 tons of coal is the
average tonnage. Later the mine was sold to the Southern Gem Coal
Corporation. Jesse Dimond is president and B. Schettler is superin-
tendent. This mine has a lower death rate than the average mine.
Elza Angle was the first man killed in it.
Sesser was incorporated in October and November of 1906,
Andrew Webb being the first Mayor. R. D. Webb was the first treasur-
er and held this ofiice for thirteen years. B. A. Murray was the first
clerk. The present mayor is Neal Gilliam, and Glenn Malone is clerk
and Lloyd Martin is treasurer.
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When the town was first founded the boys and girls attended
school at Mt. Tabor. The first school in town was taught by Harley
Lewis. The land on which the brick building now stands was donated
by Evan Fitzgerrell. The High School was organized in 1915 and
1916. W. D. Higdon was the first principal. Mr. Black has done
more for our school than anyone. He put it on the accredited list and
also in the North Central Association. School was held in several
buildings, but our present building was finished in 1922.
The Missionary Baptist Church was the first church in Sesser
and was built in 1906 and dedicated in 1908. The building cost 32000.
The church was organized by Laburn Estes. There were seventeen
charter members, four of whom still belong. There are now two hun-
The second church was the Methodist, organized in 1909 and
dedicated the next year by John Harmon. There were twelve charter
members of this number twelve still belong. Rev. Davis organized the
church. There were nineteen at Sunday School on the first Sunday
and they sat on boards. Demonia D. Crain was teacher at that time
and has been teaching ever since. There are now one hundred and
The Christian Crurch was built in 1910. There were eleven
charter members. The church was paid for by M. Kirkpatrick, but
he was later paid by the members. The bell was raised by a mule.
1 The Church of God was organized in 1920 in the city park. They
built their building in 1921. Later they divided, one section going into
the Sam Moore building on Franklin Avenue, and the other section
remaining in their old building.
Every community has produced some interesting personalities.
Of ours "Uncle Bill" Willis and wife are two of the most interesting.
They were among the first settlers and have lived here ever since.
They are both well informed and very interesting to be with.
Mrs. Minnie Tackitt, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lewis, Mr. George
Webb are others who have been here ever since the beginning of Ses-
ser. Mr. R. D. Webb moved here in 1907 and has been connected with
the First National Bank since it was establihed. The bank was first
kept in a corner of a small store. There are others in our town who
have been ardent workers for education, and to them should be given
-American History Class.
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October 26, 1923-Thompsonville vs. Sesser.
First game of season. Thompsonville easy.
10, 1923-Galatia vs. Sesser.
Sesser Wins another easy victory-28-9.
16, 1923-Sesser vs. Hurst-Bush.
Sesser boys could not get going good.
23, 1923-McLeansboro vs. Sesser.
Sesser boys going good tonight-Won 19-17.
7, 1923-DuQuoin vs. Sesser.
Another victory for Sesser-Score 9-3.
14, 1923--Zeigler vs. Sesser.
Sesser boys hot-beat Zeigler 41-7.
21, 1923-Opdyke vs. Sesser. Sesser boys had a very fast
team. They defeated Sesser 8-7. Sesser began play-
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ing fast basket ball in this game. For the most part
they kept it up.
1924-Sesser vs. Opdyke. Sesser went to Opdyke to try
an equal defeat. Opdyke Won again 13-9. They
did this after the third quarter. Sesser lead till then.
1924-Zeigler vs. Sesser. Zeigler came to Sesser stronger
than they were the first game. Sesser won 25-3.
1924-Sesser vs. Elkville. A hot game. Sesser led 11-9
with four minutes to go. Elkville took a spurt and
1924-Sesser vs. DuQuoin. Sesser won again 11-2.
1924-Hurst-Bush vs. Sesser. Sesser Won over Hurst-Bush
10-8 and equaled defeat by H. B. first part year.
-Christopher vs. Sesser.--Christopher came to Ses-
ser confident of winning. Sesser won 20-8 for the
first time in four years.
1924-Sesser vs. Thompsonville. Sesser won the second
victory over Thompsonville-score 35-7.
-Elkville vs. Sesser. This was one of the hardest
battles of the season. Sesser made two baskets in
the last 30 seconds of play and won 16-15.
February 13, 1924-Sesser vs. Christopher. Who said the 13th was
unlucky for Sesser? Beat Christopher again 11-4.
fElkvil1e Invitation Tournamentl
1. Dongola vs. Sesser. Sesser won 17-3.
2. Elkville vs. Sesser. Sesser won 9-7.
3. Vergennes vs. Sesser. Sesser lost 10-8.
Carterville vs. Sesser. Sesser lost again-14-6.
fSesser Took Fourth Placel
CDistrict Tournament at West Frankfort!
1. Christopher 6, Sesser 13. Third victory for Sesser over
Christopher this season.
2. Johnston City 22, Sesser 12.
44 T H E C H I E F
Jack was the featherweight of the team. He was the boy that
fought almost all the time. Jack had a great ability for playing the
fioor and made it possible, by his passing, for Dick and John to make
the baskets although he didn't make many himself. However, he im-
proved greatly as the season advanced. He too is a Sophomore. Jack
was forward on the regulars.
Dale, the lucky man. He was the one that coach sent in just
when a basket was needed worst and he always got it. Many teams
were defeated by his ability to shoot from all angles and from all over
the floor. Another Sophomore and has a great chance of becoming a
regular instead of an emergency man. Dale was the sub forward.
Runt was the star center of the Sesser team. Was picked as one
of the twelve best men at the Elkville Tournament where eight teams
were represented. With his excellent eye for the basket he was re-
sponsible fro many of our goals.
"Boch" known among the basket ball team as "Salami" because
of his common expression of "Oh! Salami!" when things didn't go to
suit him. He was back guard on hte Sesser team. He was the bright
light of the team. He hated to lost but he wasn't down hearted when
he did. Boch is a Sophomore and has two more years to achieve his
ambition of becoming an all-star.
Hal, or commonly called "Stove" by most of the players, com-
pleted his basket-ball career in Sesser this season, it being his Senior
year. "Stove" was always there when it came to starting off the fire-
works for he most always managed to sink one from the field near the
opening of the game. This is "Stove's" second year as a regular.
Bill was the extra guard taken along. He did not get much
opportunity to show his stuff, but he could sure show it when he did get
the chance. Bill could have easily made the regulars if he had come
out his first three years, but he waited until his Senior year and then
made seventh man.
Dick the Senior forward made this his second year as a regular,
although he went as a sub during his Sophomore year. He was next
high point man to Runt. How's that for action? "Uncle Dick" easily
made the first squad in his Junior year, and made one of the fastest
forwards G. B. T. H..S. has produced.
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46 T H E C H I E F
"THE NOBLE 18"
There are exactly eighteen in our class
In our first year there were more,
And also in our Sophomore class,
I think we had about twenty-four.
You see as up the hill we climb
Together with old Father Time,
Some get discouraged, some lose heart
But just the same we're all quite smart.
Now there is Myrle, she hopes to be
A brilliant student in Chemistry.
And Beatrice in our noble row,
She studies hard on "Cicero",
Oh Yes! we have musicians too,
Lucille is there, thru and thru.
And orators We have three,
Rachel, Jo and Nettie, you see.
Oh Yes! ours is the best
And we prove that in every test.
"Big" John you know we all admire
Because you see he's a basket ball star.
We also have scientists in our class
And Ralph is one you can's surpass.
Gertrude is dainty and very quiet,
Always stands in the wayward light,
And of all the girls to take a chance
Vera's right there with sword and lance
Irvin is, as all must know,
The tallest lad in the Junior row.
In every way Maude has a heart,
She's one who's going to study art.
Ethel with her curly hair,
Catches the boys in her dainty snare.
And Elsie is very quiet and plain,
Thinks our class is very vain.
Ruth, a member of our clever class,
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Has dignity which is hard to surpass.
Among the eighteen of our row
There is Humbert, the "coedian" you know. P
And Chesta too, We must not pass,
Is said to be the brain of the class.
And last of all but not so small,
Is Bill, he sells tickets for the basket ball.
And as on We trod this path of learning
Our love will keep on steadily burning
For those who leave us here behind,
To search for new joys and futures to find.
We'll study hard, Oh! never fear,
And take their steps Without a tear.
For We are the jolliest bunch you have ever seen,
The noble class of only eighteen.
-M. C., Class '25
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
BUYS' GLEE CLUB
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DOMESTIC SCIENCE CLUB
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Audra Cockrum Madge McGinnis
Howard Farmer Lucille Norman
Gladys Lewis Arza Hughes
Helen Rosenblatt Ralph Davis
Sammy Kordan Yetta Zarfas
Elsie Lewis Harry Pate
Everett Hutson Betty Slade
Miss Flack, Director
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School Board Stands For High Standards
The Board of Education, the governing body of our school, de-
serves great credit for raising this institution, in the midst of opposition,
fab Recognition by the State Department of Public Instruction.
fbi An accredited relation to the University of Illinois.
ich The accredited list of the North Central Association of
Colleges and Secondary Schools.
Let it be understood that "The North Central Association aims
to accredit only those schools which possess organization, teaching
force, standards of scholarship, equipment and Esprit de Corps such as
will unhesitatingly commend them to any Educator, College, or Uni-
versity in the North Central Territory."
Our Board has also been a strong advocate of the introduction
of vocational subjects and has successfully introduced manual training,
home economics, and commercial subjects-all of which courses are
well filled by ambitious pupils. The Home Economics Department
operates under the Smith-Hughes Act.
Mr. C. A. McBride, formerly a teacher, in fact, the first teacher
in the "brick school" in Sesser, now serving his fourth year as president
of the Board has not only lead in all these advanced movements, but has
helped bring many pupils, including some adult persons under the in-
fluences of our school. Among others who have sat up many nights to
advance the interests of the school are Mr. N. H. Mallory and Mr. E. O.
Lewis. Both of whom have served faithfully as secretaries to the Board.
Likewise Mr. Neal Gilliam is crdeited with long and efficient service.
The newer members ofthe Board are W. E. Kirkpatrick, Geo. Phillips,
and Charles Cockrum.
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Boosted By The High School
We're A High School Booster
WE HAVE EVERYTHING
T H E C H I E F 57
J IST FOR FUN
"If you can't laugh at the jokes of this age,
then laugh-at the age of these jokes."
WEBSTER'S SECOND EDITION
Study-A disease seldom indulged in.
Class Parties-Meetings of Ladies' Aid.
Junior-Brave, bold and bad.
Seniors-See note. "'
" We haven't enough space here to give a complete definition
of a Senior.
The joke editor may scratch her head
Till all her fingers are sore,
But someone's sure to remark,
'Tve heard that joke before."
Chesta: "I don't like this David Copperfied it isn't interesting."
Miss Haynes: "Just wait till the next chapter-that's where you
get the real "Dickens"
Lois: "They say Slim is a speedy gent at night."
John: "Yes I've seen him fast asleep."
Mr. Doolen: "They tell me your hair is dyed."
Mrs. McLaughlin: "Tis false."
Mr. Doolen: "That's what I say."
CENTRAL SANITARY BAKERY
Cakes and Pies our Specialty
A Free Delivery
I... A. DAGLEY
Carpets, Rugs and Linoleum DR. C. B.
Furniture, Hardware, Undertaking
Sesser 9' 'k 'F "' Illinois
TH E C H I E F 59
"Ever get shocked talking over the telephone wire during a
"Yes, once. I called up my wife while she was house-cleaning
to say that I'd bring a friend home for dinner." '
While Big John was escorting his lady friend from the social
last Saturday night, a savage dog attacked them and bit John on the
Mr. McLaughlin was to speak at a banquet. He was introduced
by the host: "You have been giving your attention to quail stuffed
with sage. You are about to give your attention to a sage stuffed with
The new minister had just asked Walter Cruickshank to lead in
prayer. It was Walter's first experience, but, not wishing to disappoint
his new pastor, he replied. Twenty minutes later found him still pray-
ing. The congregation was becoming restless. Finally from a
deacon's pew there came a loud and devout, Amen! Unbending his
knees, the supplicant exclaimed "God bless you deacon, that's the word
I've been trying to think of ever since I started.
"Why don't you goto church?" asked the minister of the non-
"Well, I'll tell you. The first time I went to church, they threw
water in my face, and the second time they tied me to a Woman I've
had ever since."
"Yes" said the minister. "And the next time you go they'll
throw dirt on you."
Everett Hutson: "Gee, but it is a cold night!"
Ruby Oglesby: "Is it? I'm so Wrapped up in Eugene that I
never noticed it.
If It's Good, It's From
In Sesser Since 1909
DO YOU KNOW 'EM?
They go get 'em
They clean 'em
They mend 'em
They press 'em
They deliver 'em
You wear 'em
Can you beat 'em?
Cleaning and Pressing
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"Good from Crust to Crust" Biotti and Gualdoni
Sesser Steam Bakery Grocery and Meat Market
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T H E C H I E F 61.
Howard: "I'm worried about my complexion."
Doctor: "You'll have to diet."
Howard: "I never thought of that. What color would suit me
Ah! These subtle clothiers-such means as they will not resort
Hal Stoelzle-A live one to be held.
I was somewhat tired but peaceful when suddenly I heard a lady
remark, "I love to write exams." There was nothing else to do, I killed
EXTRA! TROUSERS 1-3 OFF.
Ah! These subtle clothiers-such means as they wil not resort
to in order to attract the public attention. Zom seems to be trying to
compete with Mr. Lowenstern, who is now advertising his clothes as
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Here lies the bones of Esther Perkins
Who used to be fond of succulent gherkins
But her fate came one day
When they laid her away
From picklin her internal workings.
I went up a mountain
I looked adown the plain
I saw a lot of green stuff
That looked like waving grain
I looked again-and closer,
I thought it must be grass,
But to my utter horror
It was the Freshmen Class.
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GUALDONI and MARCO
Chicago Fire and Marine Insurance Company
Steamship Lines All Over The World
T H E C H I E F 63
Mrs. A.: "I've planned such a delightful surprise for my hus-
Mrs. B.: "What is it?"
Mrs. A.: "He'll be getting his fall suit out shortly and I've put
a quarter in one of the pockets."
"If ignorance is bliss", said Carol
To Gene, "Well then, my boy,
You'd better get your life insured
You're apt to die of joy.
"Who was that young farmer going with Mildred?"
"Bill Schettlerf' A
"Why did she quit him?"
"Just before he proposed to her, he opened her mouth to look at
Dr. William Moore, M. D. .fto his latest patientJ."Wake up!
Wake up! It's time to take your sleeping medicine."
Mr. White: fin chemistry classy "What is a centimeter?"
Josephine: "A Worm with a thousand legs."
Carol: 'Tm going to get ahead."
Bill Moore: "Good decision. You need one badly."
, ' Edgar Walker: fin cafej "Is this a purely vegetable soup?"
Servant: "Sure! Absolutely guaranteed twelve carrot."
M. E. Jolley Insurance
DR. W. H. WARD
Largest, Oldest and Best
Insurance agency in Sesser
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EUGENE BASSO LADIES' SHOP
East Grocery Margaret Jordan
Let us hear your volce over the
wire-Phone No. 120 Millinery and Hemstitching
TIIE CIIIEIF 65
Miss Corbly: "Carroll, is this problem correct?"
Miss Corbly: "Why?"
Carroll: "Because I put it on."
Pearl O. "A kiss is like a sewing machine."
Lois H. "How's that?"
Pearl: "A sewing machine sews nice seams and a kiss seems so
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Some green Freshie Walked in the room where the Seniors were
holding a pow-pow. He would have been fiftten years old in October.
Russell: "How many ticks of gum do you chew a day?"
Ethel: "Any given number."
Once a maid lost her hold on a strap '
And reclined in a bachelor's lap
"Oh, pardon me," she cried,
and the monster replied
"Keep your seat. I'm a sociable chap."
Miss Haynes: "Vona, Who signed the Magna Charter?
Vona: Cscaredl "I didn't."
Eugene climed on the roof of his house last week looking for a
leak and fell striking himself on the back porch.
Did Velma step on the window sill? We don't know,' ask her.
Arza: Miss Gumm, is airship the same as aeroplane?
See Us First Before Buying
Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery and Ready-to Wear
MRS. ROBERT EOVALDI
"Walk a Block and Save a Dollar"
Pictorial Review Patterns
SESSER STATE BANK
No Deposit Too Large-None Too Small
SERVICE above SELF
J. P. Isom, President
O. S. Martel, Vice-Pres.
E. L. Lewis, Vice-Pres.
J. W. McGinnis, Cashier
Wm. H. Cockrum, Ass't Cashier
Pauline Martel, Assistant
Wm. H. Cockrum
A. H. Thompson
T H E C H I E F 67
Humbert: "It's off! It's off! It's off! !! 5
All: "What's off?" I
Humbert: "The hair off of Mr. Mac's head."
Cicero is my shepherd, I shall not Want,
He maketh my vocabulary grow larger,
He showeth that he is better than Caesar.
He teacheth me the importance of Latin,
He leadeth me through the halls of oratory
Yea, though I stumble and falter,
I shall fear no zero.
The rest of the class will help me.
Thou causeth me to Work at the time of parties,
My history and English are left till tomorrow.
Sleep overcometh me.
Surely fame and honor shall follow me all the days of
life for thou shall remain in my head forever.
Samuel T.: "Ida, your last name is harder to Write than your
Ida: "Well, why not change it?"
Senior: "Say kid, have you taken a shower bath?"
Freshie: "No, is one gone?"
Miss Haynes: "With Whom do you associate Bacon?"
Bill S.: "Eggs".
Freshie: "Going to Walk all the Way to the postofIice?"
Senior: "No, little one, I'm going to meet it half way."
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Building Materials sof D fini P I
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"The Last Unit In Servicel'
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Mrs. Tony Basso
Sesser 'K 'Y "' it illinois
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C. A. McBRIDE
Sparta and Blue Blount Plows
South of the High School
Johnson Mercantile Co
The Big' Store In The South
End of Town
Retailer of Everything
T H E C H I E F 69
Of all sad Words of tongue or pen
The saddest are these, "I've flunked again."
Lives of great men all remind us
That we can make our lives sublime
And by asking foolish questions
Use up recitation time.
Hal Stoelzle: Allen was killed in that battle and Arnold was
Mr. Mc.: Miss Weihing, could you put your clothing anyplace
Beatrice C.: fafter a quarrelj "Here are your old letters, and
here is your old ring."
' Bill S.: "Alright, give me back the kisses which I gave you."
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"How do you like your job as telephone operator?"
"Oh, its all right."
"But doesn't it embarrass you to take rings from strange men?"
Old Gentleman: "Why are you skating? Don't you know
that you ought to be at school?"
Sonny J.: There now, I knew that I was forgetting something."
"Tell me" quote the groom to be'
"For by myself I can not decide
Just when it is kisstomary
For the groom to cuss the bride."
PAIGE J EWETT
STAR MOTOR COMPANY
West Franklin Ave.
We Are Here To Serve
Troy L. Bilbrey, Mgr.
NOT WITH YOU
YET WITH YOU
Pal and Friend of G. B. T. H. S.
T H E C H I E F 71
A bright flush crept over her cheek. It crept because if it had
run it would have raised a dust."
Humbert G.: "There must be a lot of music in me."
Humbert: "None ever comes out."
Cozzette: "Rachel, have you got a thumb tack?"
Rachel: "No, but here is a finger nail."
Russell: "What do you like most about Lucille?"
Howard: "My arms." A
Josephine: "Mr, White, you wouldn't punish anyone for some-
thing he did not do, would you?"
Mr. White: "Why, of course not."
Josephine: "Well, I didn't do what you told me to."
Miss Haynes: "Did you bring a blank piece of paper for the
Irvin D.: "No, mine has lines on it."
Well, aren't it sad?
Am her went?
Is her gone?
Has her left I all alone?
Us can never come to she!
They can never go to we!
Alas, cruel Fate, it cannot Was.
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MY MA-SHE HAS THE BEST TIME
My sis she has a wris' watch 'n' goes to
high school and
My Pa has a gol' watch what cost mor'n'
a hundred dollars and we got a clock
plays tunes on bells, as my
Pa says chimes in when you ain't thinkin.
Breakfus at our house used to be on grand
rush. They'd be eating and a factory
whistle blow somewhere and sis'd yell
Oh that's quarter eight, and Pa'd jump
look't at his watch 'n say 'T can't be I
got 7.23 and the clock in the parlor
would chime the half hour and all the
time anybody 'at knowed whistles
knowed it was seven o'clock.
And what with ma rushing in with Pa's
coffee and sis's coco and putting sumpin
on her own plate and jumpin' up before
she et it-well she says last Saturday to
me Son you just watch from now on I
get me a alarm clock from the Hardware
Man and that clock's right on time with
every whistle and now my Pa and my
Sis, says, my ma she's got the best time.
T H E C H I E F 73
Pearl finclosing a letter to her grandfather! wrote, "Your lov-
ing neice", and then exclaimed, "Lois, am I my grandpa's neice?"
' Found on examination papers: "Water glass is a glass tumbler
used for drinking water from."
"A cover is a lid for a glass jar."
Ralph, when listening in on the Radio, heard the announcer
say, "The next number will be 'Three O'clock in the Morning". He
set the alarm for 3 o'c1ock and went to bed.
"I have but a few more points to touch on," said Million, as he
climber over the barbed wire fence.
Durward: Joyce, if through reincarnation you should return to
earth after you die, what would you rather be?"
Joyce: "I'd rather be a powder puff in Gloria Swanson's vanity
Miss Haynes: "So you don't like Cuba?"
Mr. White: "NaW! I went into a restaurant there to get a glass
of milk. The waiter didn't speak any English, sol drew a picture of a
cow and the son-of-a-gun went and bought me a ticket to a bull iight."
Bea.: "Did you take father apart an speak to him?"
Jack: "Not exactly, but he almost fell to pieces when I spoke
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Home is the nearest place to Heaven
that earth provides. Make it as fine as
possible. We can help.
?l'11111111117 Dawson-Smith Furniture Co.
On Pine Street Phone 99 Sesser, Ill.
We wish to express our appreciation to
G. B. T. H. S. for the privilege of printing the
Annual and showing the people of this Vicinity
the quality of Work that can be done by this
THE SESSER HERALD
T H E C H I E F 75
Mrs. Farmer: "Howard, now you musn't stay out this late any
more. You'll have to get up at eight o'clock.
Howard: "Yes, but what is a potato clock?"
He stood on the bridge at midnight,
Interrupting my sweet repose,
He was a big mosquito
and on the bridge of my nose.
It was so snug in the back of that Buick. Just the two of them.
She, so dainty and beautiful, and he was holding her hand. He seemed
in Paradise-and then she nestled up and whispered, "Oh, Earl, you
are so wonderful." Joyce is now another confirmed woman hater.
When he first came to see her,
He showed a timid heart,
And when the lights were low,
They were this far apart.
But when the love grew warmer,
And that it was simply bliss,
They knocked out all the spaces,
She: "Do you know what a dumb waiter is?"
He: "Sure, an elevator for use in hotels, apartments and so on."
She: "I should say not! It's a man who asks a girl for a kiss and
waits for her to say 'yes".
Mr. White: "Where are you going?"
Howard: "To town to get some sulphurim acid."
Mr. White: "What! In that Chemistry apron?"
Howard: "No, in this bottle."
P A C K M A N' S
"The Store With A Conscience"
DR. H. M. FRY, Dentist
Crain Mercantile Co.
Noted For Quality Goods
ROETZEL CAFE And Honest weight
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T H E C H I E F 77
. Agent: "I've an attachment for your typewriter, madamf'
Mrs. McLaughlin fabsentlyl "Well, settle it with her. Your
love affairs are no concern of mine."
OH ! MISTER!
She was peeved and called him Mr.,
Not because he went and Kr.,
But the thing that made her sore,
Was, that on the night before
This same Mr. Kr. her Sr.
Deacon: "Say parson, if the gospel is free, why are you always
yelling for money?
Parson: "The gospel is free, deacon, and so is water, but you
have to pay for the bucket you carry it in."
Miss Flack: "What do you know about music?"
Everett: "Why I'm a born musician. My eyes are always
sharps, and my feet are flats."
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Mr. McLaughlin fto visitorl "Here's Jess Johnson who's learn-
ing Latin and Algebra. Sonny, tell the lady how to say good morning
Green Freshies: "What weeds are the easiest to kill?"
, Bright Soph: "Widow's weeds."
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They arrived hurriedly at the third quarter. "What's the score,
Johnny?" "Nothing to nothing." "Oh goody l" exclaimed Velma,
"We haven't missed a thing."
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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buy tomorrow's meats today
If you want to get just the right appetizer
to gladden tomorrow's dinner-take
this tip-buy your meats early today.
When it comes to Ending tasty yet
economical meat dishes you need to go
no farther than the sanitary market
that gives you better meats, cleaner
meats, quicker service.
Jos EOVALDI fmaqg
Better Meats-Cleaner Meats-Quicker Service 3 E 1
T H E C H I E F I 79
John had run into hard luck out West and had to pawn a suit of
clothes. Just before returning East he redeemed the suit. After wel-
coming him home his mother proceeded to unpack his trunk and came
across the coat with the pawn-broker's tag attached.
"John, what is this tag on your coat?"
"Oh, there was a dance and it was warm so I checked my coat."
Soon she came across the trousers with the same tag.
"John! what kind of a dance was that?"
Clarence T.: "Why don't you pick up that nickel, old man?
Millon Z.: "Last week I picked up one and lost my be1t- and
you can't get a belt for a nickel."
Bright Sophomore: "Do you know what they are now making
aeroplanes of?" '
Green Freshie: "No, what?"
Sophomore: "Fly paper!"
Since Perry has entered the University, Lois has learned too
much to get married.
Miss Haynes: "How far down the Hudson River did Henry Hud-
Howard: "He went until he stopped."
Miss Flack: "Now Glen, what verb is 'vocabis' a form of?"
Miss Haynes: fln U. S. HistoryJ"'It is too cold in Newfoundland
to grow anything between May and November."
W. J. McLANE
Cutlery HARDWARE Harness
Sesser Army Store and
Phone 4 Eectric Shoe Shop
ser, lllinoi, Louie Zarfas, Proprietor
Sesser Home Service
Wholesale and Retail
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Frank's Shoe Store
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