Moberly High School - Salutar Yearbook (Moberly, MO)

 - Class of 1926

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1 l Seminar Flag --+--- ' HE -Senior play has become an established custom in M. H. S. and the presentation of it by the chosen mem- bers of the Seniorclass is always looked forward to, and well attended by students and townspeople. "Bah," by Mary Roberts Rinehart, was chosen as the play for the class of '26. This was the ilirst year "Bah" was released for amateur production. It was coached by Miss Irene Butterly and pre- sented May 19. It was one of the best ever presented here. The cast included: Bab ......................... James Archibald ........ -------------------- B FUCC Wllllams Mrs. Archibald ...... 1 --L --..-.-. Olive Gutekunst Leila Archibald ..... --------- A Udfey Fffillel' Carter Brooks ......... ...----.--------- R 311211 RIPPC1 Guy Grosvenor ...... .------------...... C UFUS B1Sh0P Jane Raleigh ,,,,,,,, .....,.. R aymonette Noland Eddie Perkins ......... ................. R ay Fountam Clinton Beresford ...... .............. N athan Casto Hannah ,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,, .,,., C onstance Sweeney William .,,.,.,., ............. Russel Sippel o grlpanl iguhlicaiiuns ...i.+.....- HE Mirror, the Moberly High School weekly publi- lication, edited by the journalism class, has appeared successfully for the eighth year of its organization. The iirst three years thc paper was known as the Salutar and was the xonly highschool publication, but for the last four years both an annual and a paper have been published. The Mirror took third place, in class- B, in the state contest this year. The first edition of the Mirror this ,year was published by last year's staff and was issued on the first day of school. ' Although supposedly a four-page paper, the Mirror has appeared quite frequently in a six-page form, and at Christ- mas time an eight-page edition was published. The class has made much progress in journalism this year and the Mirror may be honestly termed a reiiection of our high school spirit. This is the twelfth volume of the Moberly High School Salutar. ' The Salutar was rated as a lirst-class year book in class C in the Central Interscholastic Press Association contest last year. ' i The staff members are chosen at the end of their Junior year by a committee from the faculty. .,,,,,,,gMary Katherine Woods

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Eiiuniur Qihztiftitg Qzutquei th T The junior Activity .Banquet has become. the largest social function of Year? E11-alcgll students aspire to receivegan invitation to the banquet. Each tl f ,D r seems to excell the preceding one. The banquet of the Junior HSS 0 -6 was a-decided success. H A -The auditorium was transformed into a springtime scene, displaying OWFTF Qpweied arches around the 611t1I'C-I'OO1T1. The tables, which were ar- fahged 111 the shape of an "M," were decorated with centerpieces of ferns, sweet peas and violets. In the center of the room was an arbor which was C0mP1f3'fCly covered fwith flowers and harbored the trophy cups which have been awarded to-M.H.S. at different events. The menu consisted of pine- apple fruit cocktail, pea patties, slaw, mint sherbet, mashed potatoes and bak- ed ham, Jay ice cream, lady fingers, and mints. - The program: A b IUVOCat1O11 ----- n ...... Mr. Boucher Orchestra Piallo Solos ,,,,. ------ M ary Barlls Readmes 1 ..-.-...............,................... ...............,............... o leer Mathis In Spflngtlme -----..-............................................... .... L ucian Crump, Marian Fickas, Oleta Mathis, Mary Barns, i Kathryn O'Leary, Harriett McGrew TI'1O .---..-V....-............................... Celestine Owens, Nellie Donahue, Katherine Donahue Toastmaster .............................,................................ Charles Hoffman Books of M.H.S.: Author, School Board ..... ,.........,,.,,, M r, Self Publisher ................ . ........ ......................................., M r, Beach Chapter I, Faculty .........,.............................................. Mr. Merideth Chapter H, Classes .................. Ralph Rippel, Harold Gutekunst Arthur O'Keefe Chapter HI, Athletics ................................. ....... I ack Alexander Chapter IV, Organizations ...... ..... O live Gutekunst Chapter V, Publications .......................................... Audrey Frazier Salwar Qenefits 1...- A minstrel show was given April 16 in the High School Auditorium by the Senior girls, coached by Miss Irene Butterly tor the benefit of the Salutar. . . . lt was one of the most successful shows of this type ever given in High School. The show consisted of two acts. the first, the minstrel pro- - - ffarden scene. ' perl dlilgllielgee ixieiieldmitinby clever songs, dances and jokes. The blackface chorus was made up of ten members and two end men. They were sup-- ported by a chorus of twenty Senior girls. Specialty dances and vaudeville entertainment were typical of the second act. p H This entertainment was followed by .Adam and Eva, a three-act play Cgached by Miss Blankenbaker. The cast included members of the regular ' , Th Jla was very clever. . I dramatic iigbe amgeuiit :of money was raised by these entertainments, which g ' l success of the Salutar. H assurech tgjrifilgfzallhgs been given for the past few years to raise the necessary h Seniors of ,76 Cgnceived the idea of a minstrel. Miss Blank- fi11lic:iSlgei?uciffihrEd the services of the Dramatic Club, which was greatly ap- e preciated by the Senior class.



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QHH. 5. 65- 5111212111 Qiilnnnr.-5 -- IVE juniors were elected to the Nloberly Chapter of the National Honor Society at the last of the second Semester. They were Arthur Gutekunst, Sudie Sal- laivay, Billie Burrell, Velma Thompson and Mary Barns. 'T his was the first group of Juniors to be elected. There were fifteen students of the Senior class who were active members. The Moberly Chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in 1923 and to be a member is the highest honor attainable in High School. The members are chosen by the faculty. They must be in the upper fourth of the class in scholarship. Leadership, Character, Scholarship, Service are the constructive points according to which they are chosen. Ten per cent of the Senior class of '27 may be admitted to the society next year. r - The Senior boy receiving the highest grades during his last year of High School was Duis Bolinger. He received the honor of having his name engraved on the Beta Phi Sigma silver loving cup. Richard Chamier was given a five dollar gold piece by the Moberly Chapter of the D.A.R. for making the highest grades in American History. g Members of athletic teams are awarded school letters and service stripes. - The person with the highest grade averages for their four years High School work is named valedictorian. Duis Bolinger was valedictorian of the class of '26 and Fonda Noel salutatorian.

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