Moberly High School - Salutar Yearbook (Moberly, MO)

 - Class of 1926

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SCHOOL CALENDAR QCon.Q Fri.-The Lions defeat Mexico. The Wildcats are met by the strong "Wild Geese" team, but they come out victorious. Mon.-Our debaters meet their Hrst defeat at the hands of Fayette. Anyway-we're mighty proud of them. . Tues.-Class editors for Salutar appointed. A W'ed.-Ye'Calendar Editor meditateth. Will something please happen f Thurs.-We get ready to go to the tournament. Fri.-VVe beat Hannibal and lose to Novinger. Too bad. Mon.-Who will be May queen? V Tues.-Baseball is the topic now. f W'ed.-New Honor Society members are initiated. - Thurs.-Violette Camp Fire girls give an impressive assembly. Fri.-Doc Noland is elected May Queen. Mon. Tues Wed. Mon. Thur. Mon.- and Eva." -We hear of the Activity banquet. -We also hear of the girls' minstrel. -Gur all-stars take the tournament at Hannibal. We receive our invitations to the banquet. -The banquet is over. Thanks, Juniors. Certainly' sounds interesting about the Minstrel and "Adam Fri.-The Minstrel goes over with a bang to a capacity house. Yes, Suh ! , Mon.-We sell tickets. i Tues.-Prospects certainly look bright. Thurs.-"Adam and Eva" goes over. The Salutar is assured! Fri.-We try for the Senior play. Our track team are Northeast Mis- souri champions! Mon.-The cast is chosen. Katy and Ralph have leads. Tues,-We are practicing for May Day and the play. Wed.-An important letter received today stating-"All copy must be in by tomorrow or else-no Salutarf' So-with all the necessary and cus- tomary tears, etc., we bid you farewell. Really, We are sorry to say-"GOOd- bye.



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gieniur QV lass Hvnpherg ...,..4.i.. J met at the Union Station in St. Louis. Threeof us were chosen to represent this huge country of ours. Nowhere did we see any one we knew. Strangers in a strange land, as it were. We started onuour 'toilsome journey as the great voice resounded through the station- All aboard for Atlantic City and all points east." My heart gave a leap-fthat voice-where had I heard it before? VVe came in sight of the caller and imagine our surprise to find it to be none other than Iaeroy Strelght. After recovering from this surprise a red cap came dashing briskly up and we almost wept tears of joy to discover him to be our old class mate.. But one would hardly recognize him now. Could it be that, this slender agile young fellow was Fatty Wengler? Anxious to learn of our connections Fatty directed us tothe Information Department, and we found-Mary Katherine Woods. How meek and demure she looked in her black bonnet with the bow under her chin. But Katy always was goodat giving information. At last we were firmly established on the train . I settled back in my chair with a happy sigh -thinking of the quiet hours I could spend when suddenly a sticky hand was thrust upon my cheek. I turned in anger to speak to the mother who would allow a child to behave in such a manner. I observed a young lady with red hair surrounded by about thirteen such sticky children. I gasped when Frances Robertson said, "Oh, don't look that way. You see john Hayes and I have establishedan orphanage and I am collecting members for it." We settled back for a peaceful talk over old times and all our friends when we were rudely interrupted by the loud and vigorous shouting of the balloon man, his penetrating voice aroused everyone. VVe were surprised to find it to be john MCGQC. The six of us had a jolly good time discussing our high school days and the old class of twenty-six when I casually glanced out of the win- dow. I saw a huge signboard--one half of which was completely covered with a handsome visage. Where had I seen that face before? It worried me. But I could not think. The Arrow Collar advertisement and still I could not think who it was. In about thirty minutes I jumped up with a shriek of de- light. "I know now! I know who the Arrow Collar man was. It was Ralph Rippelf' Our faithful president. But-well wouldn't you expect it? We stopped with'a sudden jolt. The train stopped dead and remained so for sev- eral minutes. The conductor explained that the engineer was so kind heart- ed that when he ran over a chicken he was unable to go on for weeping. We inquired his name-William Russ. We were forced to stay in a small town and decided to take in a show. VVe looked over the various theatres and were impressed with one--"The Price of Folly," with an all-star cast. VVe bought our tickets from an amiable young person who seemed to be carrying on a gum chewing' marathon and decided after we got in that it was Crlorine Tyd- ings, But who was this person swaggering towards us-diamond studs, flashy suit and all the other hxings? I-Ie approached us and said, "You don't have to buy tickets. You see-the dump belongs to yours truly." And yours truly was Selvin Wynn. The picture was started. The movie queen advanced in her jewels and sables. Was it possible? Yes-it was. It was Virginia Martin. The next character? we view is the distracted jilted lover in the person of Clyde Scott. In the comedy that followed we received sur- prise upon surprise. We recognized in the bathing beauties-Brenda Rob- ertson, Dorothy Sours, Frances Settle, Cleo Sparkman, Doris Wfassmuth and Roxie VVilhite. The vaudeville act that followed was a singing and dancing act by ,Lillian Meals and Marzel Stark. And next the follies. VVhen "Sally the Folly Dolly," was brought back after the eighth curtain call, we discov-

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