Mulvane High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mulvane, KS)

 - Class of 1926

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III 1'1'1'- 11g111'I1'o11, fl11'1'1'f111'1f, of his 1111'Il- I'IlgII!'SS, 111 assist 111111 1'11-11pv1'- 11111 in 111111ci11g 0111- A11111111I Fl s111'1f12ss, 1116, lhe Class of T111e11ly-S1'.T, 11f- f1'1'1'1'011r1teIy dvd- i1v11Ie Ihis 11111- ume of the I 9 .M, fo SUPT. J. C. SMITH .Y ""' "A" 1. fn V 1 .fu QXQCQ M4511 L A ' 1 ..'.': F-a .ulllllmmlImummuumummlllllluu. Greetmgs H611 rm 111181111 to you ilu us! zmlzznw In . . In Il me hum fzllrlnplfc 0 lell lln sl :ry n' our In lumfl .llllf ru ze 'gh S'f-lmvl ' ' ' 1 ' ff. - f UIII' S ll'l' . .' ' HV fl our llfly. '1 . ' ' 1 n ' "fr .' ll lf m'l11 rw ls a I7h'1IlUl'I'lll 0 the Vlass I VVI N7 Y-SIX .,'- I, III! Ill ill-Wlllllllllllll 3 S Page Four x l s In of 'Qs if f us? ii-eff i ii A . as fi -'fszmffc -- ' .5 ' ' MR. MLHMUNN Mr. McMunn, who l1as served as custodian of the High-School build- ing for the last six years, is one of the lnost efficient, industrious, and obliging custodians tllat it is possible for the local school authorities to employ. Mr. McMunn is the regular pastor ot' the local United Brethern Church, and because of his interest in the spiritual and moral welfare of the fllllll'Cll, of the schools and of the conununity at large, he naturally exercises a splendid Christian influence on the lives of the young people with whom he comes in daily contact. ,x ' : , Page Five J- A 'Q uw 12 'A u' an 'J x,, 121' f '1 . 2 Y.-1-Q.. .-y,.-.':f.-- 11 Y - ' I .,, " AJ- C. F. Horuu E. XV. 'l'uuoCKx1ou'1'oN FRANK REYNOLDS Board of Education The satisfaction of service to one,s community is the reward of a member of the Board of Education. The people of Mulvane are very fortunate in having three successful business men who are willing to give freely of their time in building up a strong school system. Mr. E. XV. Throekmorton has lJCCl1 president of the Mulvane Board of Education for the past ten years, and that his service to the com- munity has been appreciated, is attested by the fact that he was last year unanimously elected to serve his fifth consecutive term. Mr. C. F. Hough, after filling out the unexpired term of his predecessor, has been three times elected to the office of treasurer. The people expressed their appreciation of Mr. Hough's service to the schools by casting an unani- mous vote for his re-election this year. Mr. Frank Reynolds is a native of this community and a graduate of the Mulvane High School. He is one of tl1e younger successful business men of the community and is serving his first term as clerk of the Board. By his keen interest in edu- cation and his willingness to work and co-operate, Mr. Reynolds is prov- i11g himself a valuable member of the Board. Page six Dio r M- A 1 T y --I - P. T. A. 1'1'cs1'clc11l ssss . , ,. c I i. R, Cmxcxiiixx l7I.l'f'-PI'l'.iI'l1I'lIf ,. , Srifr. J. C. SMITH St"f'I'l'llllI'll,, , , .. s . Y .,. Home FIQLLER TI'l'flSlll'l'l',,, . , c s, Y , , ,, v,,, Y . I, B, Rin' Thc Mulvzlnc P3l'Plll-'ll0tiCl1G1' Association was organizcd in Novem- bcr. 192-ft. Thc Ulf.-f21lllZZlll0ll is nation-wide with statc and local branches The ohjcct ot' thc association is to bring thc home and school closer togcthcr, and to further co-operation hetwecn purcnts und tcachcrs in Child XXYGlfZll'0 work. 'l'hc association mc-cts regularly cuch month and prohlcnis of thc hoinc and school urc uhly discusscd by tcuchcrs und parents. Monday night of each wcck has hccn designatcd as "Homo Night" ut which tinlc no school, church. ol' Ctllllllllllllly cxcrciscs arc hcld. Thc association also pnrchascd tl sct of SlklIltl2lI'Cl-NV0lQlll scalcs for the grads school. lVlCl1lbCI'SllllJ at the prcscnt timc IlllIlllJE'l'S sixty-thrcc, with a growing organization. Page 24-In-li N... .- .ix -+5.55 , A Ri . pm L. 3.12.6 :Q-w2,.a:z.,.z., r., ., . 1- l'lilNCH'Al. J. l. BROXVX A. lk. l"ri1-mls lvlliV9l'SilX ul'Zlilll1ltl' Stll4l0Ilt, li. S. T. C., l'itIshu1'g Mulvzlm-. Kulmsus. Page migm fr-X235 f',' . . ,,. fp H -sf ff 'J SLPI. J. C. SMITH A. 15. Fricnds I'uivcx'sitx' Gfillllllltl' Student Kansas Vnivcrsiiy Mulvanc, liznnsus I .-nal l age 'Vine l , X I " hlsltx III hum mm High School Faculty 11CCl.UGG.XClE liII.r.vI'nIcIi HANsEN HI-zsrwoon Jisxxnz C. XICCLUGGAGE, A. B. Home Economics Sponsor of Girls Reserve Club Fairmount College Rose Hill, Kansas HA'r'rIIz BIAE KILP.x'rnIcK Colnmercial Deprlrtnzelit Freshmen Sponsor K. S. T. C., Emporia Wichita, Kansas IIIQLEN G. THonPn, A. B. Nornml Training, Latin Basketball Chaperon Kansas University Post Graduate, California University, Chicago University Morganville, Kansas Mus. C. H. BI.ooMI2NsHIN12 Librarmn Mulvane, Kansas I.vnIA PAULI 'l'IIoIIPI3 BI.ooMENsIIINn Ylllllill Korn: Num PHILIP W. Hsxsnx, B. S. Vocational .-lgriculture Athletic Director K. S. A. C., Manhattan South Dakota College Mulvane, Kansas ' DAYTON T. Yonnn, A. B. Ilislory Debate Coach, Senior Sponsor, Hi-Y Sponsor Southwestern College Winfield, Kansas Mns. Lois YVvCoIfIf I'IlES'l'XVO0D, A. B. Music Friends University Mulvane, Kansas HELEN IiI.IzAmz'1'II KoHn, A. B. English Junior Sponsor Wooster College Peabody, Kansas NE No'rz Matlzemnties Sophomore Sponsor Southwestern College Burns, Kansas i I V 1 l 4 I i I 1 I Y . L4 T .vw ' V 4 ',"' x"' i T ' 'Z gi M 5 's '1-Q' iilifzztf ,-- 9 i EAREL E. MCMUNN " U' President t NHL- Iuulces at fine pleiifleit He's fine :it football tuog' ln fzwt we eanft mention, All ml'1'll1lClIll can dof'..:J A Hi-Y 11-43g x'it-Q-iwsifumn,friiev, 113: 1 Club 1233 Student Count-il 1231 'l'resi'deut 'l 13-43: Jr. Pluy: Sr. Play: l"4mth.uIl 13-433 'l':'u. 12-435 'I'r:1clt Czmptztin 1-l3g Stkwli-.ltltlgiilg 'lemr 143. L EUGENE N. SHOUP 'UMW Vice-Presidenl iiSUlllt5lt'1llf'S l get lmiesmne, 'l'hiult ulmut the Nvttst, Well the cxuvtt reuxnn ls S0 easily guessed," Student t'0unt-il 1433 Green nntl White Stuff 1 l 1333: Yire-I1't-sidoxxt, Class 1:3 1-13 3 .lr. Plnyg Sr. Pluyg lfontlmll 115--I3. MINA M. MARTIN 1Pinkey3 S1'CI't'll1l'1l-Tl'CllSllI'6l' "Minn is clever, witty und trixe, A reall hnrtl worker fur her aims, She goes through the dui' with :1 reutly sinilt-, l-'tn"slie'm at reall lezudt-r, :und zu 'irl wortli whilm -1. Q- ldtlitorinfC'hief "M" 1433 ttirl llexerve 1433 t1 1-I3 Serretalry und 'l're:imurer, Flaws 1435 Delm - Green und White Stuff 1333. HELEN Il. l'lf'l'MAN 1l3iogenes3 "Let us turry juxt :I minute, On this smiling little hiss. She's quite u poptllzu' 1lI0lIllll'l' Of our peppy St-nior t'l:uss.'l Asfzoeizlte ltlditor "M" 1433 Green :intl NYln.e ' nu nt Stuff 133: Girl Ill-serve 13433 'l'ra-:lst 'A' ' tlirl Restwvv 124-435 Sr. lllzlyi ltlrmn XXX-llll f'llY ll. 5 lj. 'l'. D. ltll0l'Zll'y Snvivtyg 'l'reusurer Clussi Student Council. SPURGEON YVATSON 1S1lllI'g3 'l'le's jolly, 1111's lintppy, This wonderful boy is guy, 'l'hf- only time he fznlters, ls when fll6l'0iS :I girl in his way." ASsoeiute 1,illSlllk'tlS lllztiiaigm' "M" 143: lli-Y 11--I33 Secret,z11'y of Hi-Y 1233 Presitlvnt nf Hi-Y ..w 1 1' 153, Liltltliilll 123 1433 '11-nnis 123 143: Jr, Plalyg Sr. Play: tllef t'lul1 12-1133 Operettai 13-432 I lm ll Student Cuunt-il 133g luslwt il 143. JOHN CARTER 1.lohnuie3 "Nut everyone 4-:ln he witty, Not everyrnxt- can be wise, Rut if excl-iptiuns are t'a1v01't'1l, The-n "Johnnie" gets the prize," Hi-Y 11-43g Jr. Play: Sr. Plaiyg Student t'uun- cil 143 DOROTHY THOMAS tllortl t'XVhu hnth hurned the midnight oil? 'I'o secure those A's Just inquire of Durnthy ' ' And she'l1 tell you that it pays." ii Page Twelve Seem-ta1'y-'l'1'e:1st11'ei' Class 1133 Student Coun- t, nil 143: Green and XVhite Stuff 1333 '1'ypewrit- ig Team 143. 1 K... O .....A..- .mme , , A, O,..,O A fl UM!! t Hun i Q' Q6 9: I E I l Fw :Am ,UQ FD 1.6 'ET 'H 'X Q U5 ,,...Amhr," ' ' 4. Q , l MILDHED M. MAHLANDT flllilliel l 'KMildred in our soloist, l And you must confess, She is rather popular ln our dear H. S." Glee Club tl-415 Operettn, tl-'IJ Girl Reserve 12-4,1 Baisketball 143. CLAUDE CUSNER I tS1-k1J "Claude is the business innnnger Of this Senior Ulnss And us to his nrt work He enll ull of ns slu'pzl,sS.f' Annual Staff C433 Student Count-il HJ: Foot.- hall fl, 3, 435 President Class C233 Hi-Y tl-493 x'lI'9'1,l'L'SitlPllf, Clnssg X7lt'0'Pl'6Sid0Ht Hi-Y f3Dg President Hi-Y 1-U3 Glee Club 12-335 Sr. Play. EDNA SEEKAMP CSeeka1npJ "lGdn:l's :ilwnys laughing She's just full of fun, With her pep and ehecrfnlness She has ninny friends won." Operettn C2-H: Chorus C1--ljg Girl Reserve LQIREIXA MCGINNIS fRene'J "Rene is Irish, lfene's full of fnn If il tnsk you irish eonlpletetl Ask Ln Rena :ind itfs done." Basketball 12-Hg Glee Club C1-413 Operettn fl--Hg Green and YVhite Staff filjg Annual Stuff CHQ Girl Reserve 12--U5 Secretary of Girl Reserve H35 Sr. Play. MARIE BURROW CBObJ "Strive toward the best, All people teneh, 1 Surely this goal , Marie will soon reach." MATEL LOPEH Cfeall "She's quiet, :ind gentle, 1've oft, heard it, snid. YVell, I wonder why not, YVhen she's so well read?" f'horuss Q3-413 Green and White Stuff 1315 Girl Reserve Q2-413 Olperettn C435 Senior Play. J. LOIS REDER QDOCJ "Lois ezln plny the piano She's zi "Heder" too We won't, try to enumerate All that she can do." Glee Club C1-Iljg Operetta t2Jg Girl Reserve C2-4Q. LORETA FOUDRAY fllustyl "Rnsty's hair is red, Rusty's eyes are blue, You'll always find Rusty A pal good und true." Glee Club 1113 Girl Reserve 12-41. A i w,,,..4-A. Y A A A l -' s .2 me .- 1 -. 5 2 5 s ' we.-E' 9 Q : ' - ' 1 l ETHEL MYERS . 1Auntiel "Auntie's leaving M. H. S, She suys she'f: going to teach, Seem like when we think of her, We ulways think of "l'renvh." Green and White 'Staff 1313 Vine-President Girl Reserve 1315 Sec1'etury-Treasurer Class 1" Student Counvil 1215 Jr. Plnyg Br-sketbnll 3-415 Sr. Play. MILLARD TUB KLE Q 1'1'ur "lf in amongst the urls you find Something to make you laugh, Just luy the blame on Millnrd, For lie's on this Annual Stuff." Annual Stuff 141. LUCILE E. HUTSELL 1Donnie1 "Light hair and brown eyes, Are the characteristics of Lucile She accomplishes everything she tries And is xi worker of great zeal." Annual Stuff 1412 Debate 141: Girl Reserve 13-41g Green and YVhite Staff 1313 Sr. Playg Front Leon, Glee Club 11'21g Vice-President 1115 Secretary-Trensurer Class 121. NINA H UMBOLT 1Brick1 "Brick has lead our Girl Reserve, Did it awfully well The many other things she did We don't hnve room to tell." President Girl Reserve 1413 Jr. Play: Sec- retary-'freasurer Class 1215 Green and White Stuff 131. BESSIIL GIBBILNS 1Betty1 "Betty is renl witty and wise, See that sparkle in those eyes, Yes, shels sweet and clever ton, I admire her, now d0n't you?" Glef- Club 11-2-31: Operettu 12-31 Debate 121: Girl Reserve 12-3-413 Vice-President Class 1315 Jr. Pluyg From Kingman 1113 From Law- rence, lielnn Literary Society. MONA R. ADAMS 1Ruthy1 "Everybody likes her. Of that I am quite sure, For Mona is always happy, Quiet, sedate and demuref' Glee Club 11-21g Operettu 1113 Girl Reserve 12441. ALMA M. SMITH 1Smithy1 "Smith is our typist, She's medals won we know Naturally when her words fly up Her thoughts remain below." Uorr. Secretary Girl Reserve .12-415 Green and White Staff 1313 Typewriting Team 13-41. SARAH A. BALDOCK fSadie1 "If you wnnt something done, Just Sarah go ask For we never have known her ' To shirk even one task." 1 Girl Reserve 12-41. l Page Fourteen 9110 1 J' 1 0 . tee- 94 f H 1 . .. 5 . MHS- i f .. .. 1 ,- . 1:-" .0 ' ,' I u It " 4' "-:-,Aix 1':v.f.w,5- ' S Q if' I I 0, If 'K um NVINIFRED H. NESSLY 1.li1l1II1iC5 "She does what she wishes, She don't when she wrm'tg She'll do what you ask her, If you don't then she won't." Student Council 1153 Girl Reserve 12-455 Jr. Play: Glee Club 134451 Uperetta 135: Green and White Stuff 1353 Annual Stuff 1452 Debate 1453 Sr. Play: Basketball 145. CARL LAMBKY CQuaker5 "I'm noted ns a Quaker, Maybe it is true, 1 uni a little bashful, But my troubles they are few." ALBERTA BRANSON 1Bertie5 "0ur Bertie's got the pep, The pep that can't be bent, With her leading all our yells YVe've seldom met defeat." Basketball 13-455 Girl Reserve 13-453 Ass't Cheer Lender 1455 From Udallg Basketball 11-255 Jr. Play 135. EFFIE L. STUUT iF. EJ "She's really very patient, Trustful und true YVe 0an't help but like ber Now really, can you?" Debate 1451 Oneretta 1l-453 Chorus 12-353 Girl Reserve 12-45. LUCILLE SNXDER 1Snyder5 'KH1'l' smiles a gift, YVe know 'tis true. Where Lucille is No one is blue." Basketball 13-45: Captain 1453 Vice-President Class 115: Glee Club 125: Operettn 1255 Girl Reserve 12-3-453 Student Council 135g Annual Stuff 145. LESLIE LOPER 1LeS5 "Leslie-'s fond of "Storeys" Not the kind you write You can intention Helen Since she's not in sight." Football 12'3-453 Basketball 12-3-455 Operettn 13526190 Club 135: Sr. Play 1455 Jr. Play 135: Business Manager of UM" 145. LEONARD CRUM 1Skinny5 'Allen of few words are the best men. Leonard must be one of them then." Pont-G1':1du:ite. ELLEN NVAGNER 1T0pas5 'tHappiest of girls Is our little Ellen i You can always tell her l For she-'ll be with Helen." Girl Reserve 12-3-45. bd 0 ' Pave Fifteen t 9 5 g1f'. Class l"listorie of ,26 Un September seventh, in the year of our Lord, nineteen twenty-two, there entered into the land of learning fifty-two see knowledge. Some came fro111 the eighth grade where they hat. engaged in filling their minds with valuable knowledgeg some were and fresh from the far country, some were from farms where tl been tillers of the soilg and some were from other halls of instruetf.. . And it came to pass that Barbara Robertson rose up as the gr leader chosen to lead these seekers of knowledge. And as they dwelt in the land they fell in with the customs of the inhabitants thereof, and their strangeness wore away, and they each became as one amongst the rest. As days flew by they partook of the merriment and enjoyments of this land. Out on the football Hllll basketball fields of this land many of their munbers did march bravely and gallantly. The second year it came to pass that the class did choose Claude Cosner to guide them. Likewise it did come to pass that the Hi-Y and Girl Reserve began to function and the multitude thronged to support them. Now the class in the third year did choose Earel McMunn to serve them and it so happened that in order that the coffers might be filled with silver, the class gave the "The Deacon Entangledf, which the people did much enjoy. And as the days came and went the fatted calf was killed and thus a great passover took place, noted for its beauty and splendor, and to which all the Seniors were hidden. A And again in the fourth year the class elected liarel Mcltlunn presi- dent, and the multitude's eyes were turned toward graduation. It so happened that many had dropped by the wayside, only thirty remaining. And as they did tarry here they decided to publish the "M" to keep dear the memories of their ti111e spent in these pleasant halls. To replenish the coffers the class presented "And Holne Came Ted,', after which the whole land praised it. The multitude thronged to support basketball, football, track, tennis, debate and music. So it came to pass that with much sorrow in their hearts and yet with great rejoicing this class did receive their diplomas and passed out quietly, ever to be missed. "The play is done, the curtain drops, Slow falling to tl1e prompter's bell, One moment yet, the actor stops And turns around to say- -F arewellf, Page Sixteen ' 01119 1 1 -war A16 8+ BIiI1XIli11I'l CH liA'l'lIAM 1'1'1'sidc'11l lvptmmsny thnt x mv, I"1'rm1 this lifv's xxuI'1'i1'w I :lm fl'0" .IOIIN LUXRLIN Vim'-I'1'r's11l011l H0111 thy llmlrl hugh :lml xr-x4-1011111 thy LOW I.I.l, I Ill-UC,IxNlOl Sl'l'l'l'1lll'I1-Tl'l'!lSllI'f'l' 511:21 :lu 15 wvllrm :ml 1lt In IX 41:1 I5IuliXlIif'I'. IlUXYXlilJ Htxllllllf funtllgllts bln- nlnkm hm' nzlmw, Dvhzllv 111' lwzldillu, itk ull HH' mum' -B., hw PHILIP IA ANS XNm1l.1n x xxlgs lu' 11-nllmfl 111 Llmxv. KQLAIJYS SPRING Ihe 1 lf! x thmw tho- wmlry wm'I4l in ma Hare vhefe-l'ful for thx' -Vlkl' IliIzNL LOIAN lu-llzlblv IS hm' mlvlrllv nnnw. What vvvr it is itk all thi' szune. 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M ,. , T111 gum 'll If Hn I l ' ll I EARL BOVVLRY Both good looking and good nntured. ETHEL KRUEGER Quiet, lovzllmle and kind, The typo of girl thutls llil1'Il Tu find, VERA FULK Shu cnnnol frown. she never tries, Hel' llonrt is always Inorry. MINNIE RUSSELL A shy liillo lfrnnette who always men! slums the MAITLAND CHURCH Don'L be discouraged, uno your brain. CLARENCE AYERS Off nf,5:1in+l1nc'lc ngaini Here I nm again. MARGARET KERSEY Not an uncommon nzune, BuL an uncommon girl. YVALTER LAMRKY I love thy Sl2l1'1'y glances, MILDRED STOREY A cherry smile spreads. Like blossoms in Spring, I ow l Lge lhnetuen W e ee S eses S -Q l S ls ,xx N -o - D ' vi- A iv 1 .' 3 "'r.f- .L -- 1 4 'V - g , ,sr f A . Z 3 5 v ain.. M., DOROTHY TURKLL Thoughtful in the smallest things for otnwii, She gives little thought to herself . MELVIN VVHITEHURST He's just a quiet sort of at fellow, But you know he's there. NEVA ADAMS Come, follow me, and thou shalt lf-arn. LUIS RHODES To friends it friend. liuw kind to ull. LLOYD SIIOITP One cannot always be Z1 hero, But he rain always be fl man. ALVINE HARTENBOWER Is quiet and studious and plays the piano we-ll. ZELDA BHADFIELD Timo will heal the anguish of thy heart. CHARLEY COFFEY Charley makes si very gnod friend. But to his mischief there is no end. JUNE MCDOVVELL She is naturally quiet but ai great worker anyhow, Page Twenty 91319 1 1 tum llnu fill!! ' ,Nu faiiu 3 K ALBERT HARRIS ' President The friend of runny, the fue of few, So kind and cheerful, never mul or blue. HENRY XVATSON Vice-President Hunry's always laughing, Henry'e: full of fun, Because of these qulities IIQYS liked by every- Olle. OLIVER SHOUP Secretary-1'1'eas111'er My steps will not bv alone, As over this wide world I 1'Ulllll. IIERBERT FAHNEY HL-'s little, he's small. But height is not ull. ESTHER SMITH Shu hath learning and nanny 2lII3.llllll9l1lS. ERMA CARLSON The smile that wins. ABE DYE A good looking lad uf the Soplmnmxe Ulnss. In footlmll it sm-1-1:14, hu would Illlllklif :lll s11l'paSs "rf 1 X' Page Twenty-One . yum lim 5 ' ' 'f MAA GLADYS HOWVARD Black are her eyes, yet softly they gleam. IRVIN SUTLEY Lr'zu'ning by study I know must be won, But surely we all must have some fun. DOROTHY SENCE Slufs il XYhOl4!NUlllP lussie pleasant and smiling. LELAND RENNICK A nmn of might :und prowess. NURMA MCDOVVELL l think lu- ix will nice- looking, d0n't you? E UGENE MILLER Gena- likvs girls: with darkest hair, Fm' other girls lu- has no care. GYNETII CRUN A Swc-vt and Lind girl is she, Ask J -----il know he'll agree. DE VIERNE SEAMAN Honest labor bears :1 lovely face. I Page 'l'we11Ly-Two L l A ,ll A, M , A l A A ,.l..l.-,,,, 4 - umm ll! .L Ad ' ' V ' do QS I E 01 CHARLES EDVVARDS Here comes my coachg Good night, sweet ladies, Good night. BERNIECE SUIVINER She has ll voice of gludness and zu smile. SARA SILVERVVOOD Beautiful muiic she makes with her magical finger tips. DEAN MCMUNN Mystery, thy name is woman. MELVIN CARTER Better late than never. GEORGIA BURGESS A good worker with a merry heart, Always kind and cheerful doing her part. MARVIN KIMBLE Not for an age but for all time. LILLIAN GOSNEY Her picture cost a sight of money, Now really folks it xvusn't funny.- QKKKX Wm :r.:Q UI film: Page Twenty Four . ' lg ,Nw ILENE CARLSON She's witty and she's wise, With straight locks and blue eyes. CHARLEY ENGLISH He thinks lots but says little, ln a lawye1"s chuir he'll probably settle. VERN STEVVART They tell me there is no hurry. BETH HIGGINSON Her eyes are stars of twilight fair, And Words of mischief are written there. ELSIE VVELSH A quiet, studious, Sophomore is she, A friend to all she'll ever ho. LEE FOUDHAY Curfst be he that makes me move my LEWIS MCDOVVELL His Curt speech, his air, his looks, Told the man of action, not of books. LAUBAL TURKLE A full, rich nature free to trust. own bones 1 1 L ,..., A. - AV- A - A - 1+ I ' s H 2 - u L ,J 1 ' " J -. : gm fl n GLENN MCMUNN All the arts of cleverness are combined in him. GORDON BOVVLBY A gentleman often seen but seldom heard to laugh. ETALEE VVATSON Modest, refined and pretty is she. NELLIE STEWART I'in little but I can play' basketball. CLYDE ALBRIGHT If but constant, he were perfect. GLORIA ROSECRANTS She came and we liked her, She left and we were sorry. MARGARET PUTMAN Margaret is at basketball star, MAUDE HOUGH YVhnt churins, what beauties are hers! AUDREY BLAND 1 have stature combined with good looks. DALE SCHAPER Fun is my middle name. HELEN HUTSELL Jolly and full of fun is she. LILITH SMITH A girl with al clever manner. ,VI g Page Twenty-Five y . - ' ,J . M Y ' 'fy - ...... I HARRY VVAGNER W If it's funny let me laugh. I DORIS SMITH A wonderful Ellen was Doris. .IOSEPHINE GRINSTEAD Jo, believes in both work and play. PEARL SHOUP A jewel among many. CLEO BURGESS VVe have learned to love her. GLENN COX He hauls them around in his jitney. MERWIN WILSON Busy from morn Lill night. JOHN CHON Quiet nut likable. MYRTLE GOSNEY She has great intellectual abilities. MAURICE COX Junior girls are my delight. ELTON RIPPLE XVitty and vomical is he. FRANCES RENNICK I like tu be kind and cheerful always. VEDA NEASE A quiet but ax sweet girl. Luge .lnentv Six i - ,uni JAMES MYERS As happy :uid cheerful as buy can be. LOUISE BRADFIELD A long-haired Queen is our Louise. IONA NICHOLS A quiet girl with eyes of blue. ORA ADAMS Ah, pensive suliolur, what is fume? WALTER DAVEY 1 seldom get the point till ull the fun is ovei FLORENCE SCIAIAPER lf there's any fun in it 1111 be there, EUGENE VVIIITEHURST If I. look like 11 sheik, looks are deceiving. GERALD TAGUE I believe in play as well us work. DUANE KIMBLE Girls, 1 adore you. BLANCHE BLACK lnduritrious and studiuus all along the way. GEORGIA BLACK She can tell jokes that will make you laugh. 1 nge lw euty Sc x en ' gxxx tum The Student Council President ........,.. A,,.. . . .EUGENE SHOUP VI'l'6-Pl'l'.9ldPl1f .. . . .... I DOROTHY THONIAS See1'efr1ry ., ....,. ,.... l lENR'f XVATSON Tl'PlISlll'f'I' A , ,. .,.. . ,., ..... . . . ...... EARL Bowusx' SliN1onse-fDorotl1y Thomas, John Carter. Jl'NIoRs wlierniece Howard, Philip Evans. SoP11oMomss+Esther Smith, Abe Dye. I:RliSliMl'IN---NClllC Stewart, Clyde Albright. F,xc:rI.'1'Y- --Superintendent Smith. In early American History the Colonies were under a charter form of government and were allowed a Governor and a representative coun- cil, which had control over the government of the Colonies. In a similar manner our school is governed. It has a Governor, or fin school tcrmsj a Superintendent, and a representative Student Coun- cil. Each class is privileged to elect its own officers and has its represen- tatives body in the Student Council. The school treasury has grown con- siderably this year, because of greater support from the student body than in previous years. ' Page Twenty-Eight lnxxwlww- 1l1m-axtlmln ll.-mx XX Ill lu-X'I'I IHYI'-' I XNlxIu'l'H.Xl1I. FUI MMU!! l5w1'z11.fn' Hrvxxuwi 511111-gf-fm Rx U ny XXinit'r'vcl XINXI5 D4-:nu lYf'NIl1m Im-il: lilxtw-H l'I11g:-m- Hillel lffiv NMI11 AIN- Iwi- Xlilzza lllliu 1 M4111-N VM,-x tmwlulw 1:14 Lmln- Ympw IIIXIS' I XNlxl'l'l'l2Xl,!. Lwuumi 1'x'vxm IHMIM' NI 15111 1' I ali:-uw Xlvlvxmxzx My l X'lwrT'1 liraxxxmm 'hiv IX lthvl XIYOIN I.:-Nami lh-111ml Nlilflvnwl M:ll1N:1'wfll Huw V Wm 1 im!! 11 X4-VIN 1!m1w-X hvfl x m XI 11':L':x1's-1 llllluw in I fllx Illwwilxxma ,XXIF lwrrxfh- Hum M X I Iaumlv- lfyxmx Npvlrww-1:11 XX lt Nlnnw'-ulw-I I lmmrn y . 1 sun Yl'lSAI.I. 1ll:4VwN um,-3 l'I.v1'wl N11 Xlmw 111:11-lv tuxm-1 Sy-llrum-mx Wu! 4141.-54 I.:-Xlw Impvx' I11 fu I1 my lilxn-z'5 rlwuzw Imuyll Nlwlll' Ulu' 1' Simul- Xlw Um' xfmvf 'lm-.wx L4-n:xml IL-:mul l,fmr'H 'I'l1l'm'k1mn1m IM-gm XI 11111111 X11 will l.x1Tr'1 QNX!! M H 5 5 -' 3 5 .L..., .M l Glee Clubs Mus. LUIS XVYc:o1fF l'll'ISTVVO0D .., . ...,,..,.., ,.,.,.. ,, , D irggfgr ALVINE H.xnTENnowun ,,,,,V.,,,,,,, , ,,..,A . ,..Q.. Pianist Mnnnun MAHI.,xND'r ........., ' .,,.,.,,,,,,,,. President Lowrzu, THRocKMoRToN ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ViCg-P1-esidenf PHILIP Ev.xNs .. A w.- ...... .w..., S ecretary-Treagm-er GIRLS Audrey Bland Zelda Brndfield Bernieee Chezithani Gyneth Cron Josephine G rinstea d Maude Hough Bernieee Howard l.aRen:i McGinnis Ora Adams James Myers Clyde Albright Eugene Miller Effie Stout Matel Loper Lillian Gosney Mildred Mahlandt Mildred Storey Iona Nichols Margaret Putman Lois Rhodes BOYS Philip Evans Abe Dye Lewis McDowell Dale Schaper Qloria Rosecrzi nts 1' rances Rennick Nina Satterthwaite Flonence Schaper Nellie Stewart Berniece Sumner Veda Nc-ase Edna Seekanip Spurgeon Watson Glenn McMunn Lowell Throckmorton Charley Coffey M i' Qin , A, ...F , L., -Y Anne- 'A'-1 ' n' AS Qrclwestra Director Mas. Lois Wvcorr Hrisrwooo Pianist . ALVINE HARTENBOWER Violinsw Claude Hough Ethel Krueger La Von Howard Max Miller John Cron Harley Reed Snxophoncs- Dayton Yoder YYalter Lentz Dfllllli Marvin Kimble Cornet-- Charley Miller CONTEST REPRESENTATIVES ABE ITYE , ,rr,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.....,r..,,,.r..r,,,.,............ . LOWELL THROCKMORTON ...................,..........................Y.....,........... VVINIFRED NEss1.Y ........,.,.... NIILDRED INIAHLANU1' ....,,,.. CLAUDE HOUGH ........... ,,,,.,..B11rifo1zc ..........Tenor .,....,.......,,Allo .,,.....SO1II'l1I'lO .........Violin gc Thirt y-Ona Page Thirty-Two ww-v S Senior Play "And Home Came Ted." DAYToN Yonna, Coach. 1 Y CAST Skeeter Ke ily ........, ,.. . DianaQGarwood .,,, . Miss Loganberry .. ......,..,...Iol1n Carter ....,,tJimmie Nessly l.........,Matel Loper Ira Stone ................. ...,.w. C Ilaude Cosner Aunt Jubilee ....... ,,AA.... I .ueile Hutsell Mr. Man .............A ....,,,. E ugene Shoup Jim Ryker ............ ...,... E arel McMunn Mollie Macklin ....,i. ....,...li..... E thel Myers Henrietta Darby ..... .,YY.... I .aliena MeGinnis Ted ............,V....,,... .,,,.,,...... L eslie Loper ...,....,,Helen Putman ....,,,.Spurgeon YVatson EISIB ..........,,.........,... Senator MeCorkIe ..Y.,, ,,,,,, LIIHOI' "Seventeen" HELEN Kona, Coach CAST William Sylvanus Baxter ,Y.. ...,,......,,....,. ,.Y,,,..,. P h ilip Evans Mr. Baxter .v,a....................... ...,......... . ,......,. .Iohn Conklin Joe Bullitt .........YY,..........,... .............,,,i,,.. C Ilaude Hough Johnnie Xvatson ...... ..,................,,. I lharley Coffey George Crooper ...., Y,,ii.... I .owell Throekmorton Genesis ......,,.......... ........Y,..,,.,,, I llarence Ayres Mr. Parcher ...... ........,,,,l....,i. L loyd Shoup Wallie Banks ....... ..... . ,Emery Shoup Jane Baxter ....... ........vY.. II lercedes Gill Lola Pratt ..Y,...,. ......., l Sernieee Howard May Pareher ....... ........ B erniece Cheatham Mary Brooks ,.... ......... N ina Satterthwaite Ethel Boke .... ......,......,... N eva Adams Mrs. Baxter .,i.,, ............. B laxine Alley Operetta "Windmills of Holland" Mas. Lois VVYCOFF Hlssrwoon, Director ALVINE PIARTENBOWVER, Accompanist and Business Manager. CAST Lowell Throckmorton Mildred Mahlandt Vera Fulk Berniece Howard Splurgeon Watson P ilip Evans Abe Dye Nina Satterthwaite CHORUS Gloria Roseerants Frances Rennick NK if Florence Sehaper Edna Seekamp Nellie Stewart Berniece Sumner Ora Adams Clyde Albright John Carter Lewis McDowell Glenn McMunn Dale Schaper James Myers Mildred Storey Effie Stout Audrey Bland Zelda Bradfield Berniece Cheatham Gyneth Cron Lillian Gosney Josephine Grinstead Maude Hough LaRena McGinnis Matel Loper Veda Nease Iona Nichols Margaret Putman Lois Rhodes Page Thirty-Three Lx A.: , ' xrfn' : - 'J fn. ., - ' f N-f'ma .Q .., -f 1 HowAnn MARTIN Nlzssm' HUTSEI.I, STOUT Y onnn CHIZATIIANI Debate Mulvane tl1is year joined the Kansas State League for High-School Debaters and under the able direction of Dayton Yoder competed with schools in the B class. The Championship of the League is determined by elimination, each team dropping from the race as soon as it suffers its first defeat. Our team first contested in a Dual Debate with Clearwater and won by an easy margin. The second round was a triangular Debate between Bentley, Mul- vane, and Mt. Hope. Our affirmative team composed of VVinifred Nessly, Effie Stout and Berniece Howard successfully invaded Bentley- and defeated them by a two to one decision but unfortunately Mt. Hope won both from our negative team composed of Mina Martin, Lucile Hutsell, and Berniece Cheatham and from Bentley's affirmative team. The result was that our school was forced from the contest in the second round. As Mulvane had no debate team last year, our entire team was com- posed of inexperienced members and the ability they displayed was re- markable for a new team. Here's to Mulvane,s Debaters! Page Tl 1 ty Fo r emo i f A ..,- ihli sur ,, .F '41 V X um ' amiga. , I 4 VERN STEXVAIHT CLARENCE Avmas Mxumciz Cox P. W. HANSEN, Coxon EARL Bowimr EAHEL MCMUNN Vocational Agriculture The farmers, merchants, tradesmen, and educators are convinced that the closer the schoolroom can be brought to practical conditions the better will be the training of the youth for their life work. The Vocational Agricultural course was established as a part of the high-school curriculum this year, the only school in Sedgwick County outside of XVichita offering this course. Under the leadership of Professor Philip VV. Hansen, the farm boys of this community now have the opportunity to study the more economical tlllfl efficient methods for producing farm products, the most important industry of this community. The course consists of class and laboratory practice, two-thirds time, farm shop, one-third time, and project work, home practice. Class work includes a study of Animal Production one year and Crops Production the following year under class and field conditions. The class attended and took part in two live- stock-judging contests, taking second place at XVinfield in a field of twelve compet- itorsg and tenth in a field of sixteen competitors at the National Livestock Show at Wichita. - The purpose of shop work is to give training in the fundamental principles of farm carpentry, cement work, forging, soldering, machinery, auto and harness repair, rope work, glass cutting, pipe and saw fitting. Among other things the members of the class this year built tables, carpenter benches, cement hog troughs, self-feeders for hogs and poultry, forged, tempered and sharpened chiscls, center punches, sharpened the various kinds of saws, ehisels and bits. The purpose of project work is to give practical setting to various phases of their school work. This year approximately 3500 was invested by members of the class in hog, sheep, and poultry projects with a net profit on completed projects to date of approximately 3150. N bf17'j l'1gc'lhnty Five Hun 'Wil W I-Ii-Y ' President ,,............ , , . C LAUDE COSNER Vice-President .,... , .,.,. E AREL MCMUNN Secretary .,........ ........ E ARL BOWLBY Treasurer .... ..... H ENRY WATSON Page Thirty-Six 4 Sponsor .......4........, ......1.............................Y.... ..,.,...,.. ....... JENNIE MQCLUGGAGE Presfdelli ............... ,. ., ,,... N TNA HUMBOLT Vice-President ,.,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, L 015 RHODES Seeretclry ..........,.A ,,. ....., ...... I .A RENA MCGINNIS Treasurer ,...............,...... ....,, .,... ..,,.... H E LEN PUTMAN Correspolzdilzg Secretary ..................,.....,.... 4 ....,.......................,. ALMA SMITH The Girl Reserve was founded three years ago under the direction of Miss Coulter. Each year has been a step in advance of the previous year. The first year Fay Jeffries was president and Olive Russell, Vice-President. During this year we sent one delegate to Estes Park and two delegates to the Conference at Wichita. Our second year met with less hardships and started advancing rapidly from the beginning. Rachel Putman served as President and Ethel Myers as Vice- President. This year nine girls were sent to the Conference at NVinfield and three girls represented our club at Estes Parkpduring the vacation. This year we had sixty-two paid members. Miss Coulter left us at the end of the school term, after two years of faithful service to the Girl Reserves. Our third year opened with the spirit and enthusiam to carry the club at its best through the year, under the guidance of our new sponsor, Miss McCluggage. Nina Hulnbolt was elected President and Lois Rhodes, Vice-President. Two delegates were sent to Camp Wood and three delegates to Camp Bide-a-Wee. As we come to the end of the third year we hope to leave the Girl Reserve at its height. May our successors carry the interest and enthusiasm of the club through the remaining years and never let it fail. Page Thirty-Seven 5 5 M- -eff. 5 E E - 'ff' '4 1 -'v 9 .Z 3 The Green anal White The Green and VVhite Staff is composed of mcmhers of the English Ill Class. Il is the duty of these mcmbers to submit to the local paper accounts of thc various school functions of lVl.H.S. Each semester new staff members are clected, thus giving a large majority of the students an opportunity to scrvc. To them is duc the credit for the splendid school write-ups which appear weekly in the Mulvanc News, EllifOI'S-ill-C1lfPff .IOHN CUNKLIN Visim FULK Associate Edilorsf Emil. Bowuar Bianxllacia Howmm Society and Club- MAnoAniz'r Klausner MAXINE ALLEY Athletics-- LLOYD SHOUP MAMIUS Gn1NsTi-:AD Page Thi! tj Eight W O 0 Chapel A Lois RHODES lll.-XRGUEIHITE Po'1"1'1cn Local-f Iiruiai, KRUEGER l.ow1zI.L THROCKMORTON Grade-- PHILIP EVANS CLAHENCIQ AYEHS Class-- NINA SATTERTHXVAITE MILDHED STOREY 1 1 , , , A, W Pep and Action COFFEY SNYDER Captain Captain, Basketball Football, Basketball HANSEN C ,h N 'M MCMUNN CHEATHAM Capluilz, Truck Yell Leader COACH HANSEN For two years Mr. Hansen has worked diligently and wisely with the football squad, the two basketball teams, and with track. He has in this time, by his patience and high standards, aroused the esteem and admiration of every one of the pupils of M.H.S. Although we have not been successful in winning all the games played, M.H.S. through the efforts of Coach Hansen, has won honors enough to satisfy her loyal supporters. Page Thirty Xine .efyqnwwiy -'eww 1y+:w'ym-rf1,.'1: .4 -' , . ' . 5, 4tf,.,25 vw,Q.,.a1A lv ,- I,-eL1. fv , ,v i -g.:.-,wywgv V A , , 1 A ,-f - - -ff... . w . "L .". .'wf,,--r, : 1-,gf i f we- 1, . --L t,:".f, .-we ., ' f. . M ' J - gr L Z. g....'i.,ii1z.f4J.-..uPz.z.z?2Ea.T:.w , CHARLES CUFl1l1 1 flatptnin, and pilot of one of flir be'-i Green und XYhit0 teams in hr' lxistorjt He has the level hettd, the stett-if-' nerve. and the fighting spirit which pu: io mal: :tn idenl player :ind leader. H: handl- lhe hall nicely, passes atrcuiafely, is good kicker, hats advanced the hall inf yards with his ability to Spike, tau-kles lmrd. XYH are proud of and the team he led, and ure glad ht ztnotlier year for us. Three let Qn:n'terlmrl:. Weiglit 13.3 pounds. EAHEI. MCMUNN Left lmlflmt-lc, "Pl'92ll'llY' is a star football lugger. He rould sidestep, vlmnge pave. pick at hule or make une, pixot and drive, inuhing him n must liilllLf1'l'UllS open field runner and line . plunger, He was lll.H.S.'s principal ground gaiiner :ind searing mzluliine. He played safety position on defense and three times 'run bark long punts for touch- downs ElgftllI1Sl Ulll' strongest opponents. A 1-lean rut. square fellow who is as well liked off the field ns on it. Two letts-re. l.t-lit ltzllflnwlt. Weight 145 lbs. CLAUDE COSNEH Si hi ie at fighting, driving, hratiny half- hzirk. He could play any position on the team but was esperinlly good at busting the line on offense und breaking np long end runs on the defense: it l powerful player of his weiglit, He played :ig'g'l'e--sive foutlmll notwithstanding un injury in the leg. Three letlcre, Right lutlt'lmek. Weight 145 lbs. fil'lfllliEON YVATSON 'l'hr center position wus filled credit- xtbly by "Spurg.'l He developed into :ln nrciirzite passer and at heady :ind cure' l ful player. On thi- defense he blocked :ill line plunges at center :ind occasion- nlly he pulled out of the line to inter- re-pt at forward pass. Next yeatr's team will miss him ut renter. Two letters Venter. Weight 1311 llm. l l l oL1vE1z SHUUP Oliver played his first yt-ar of football this season. He nmde :ill his opponents play hard football to get the best uf him, whirh they were seldom able to 110. He will make us zi valuable lineman next e letter. Rig'l1tg'11il.l'd, XVeight Page Forty ' I-il U 1 cf 1 S33 LOWELL THRUCKMOR'l'0N "lSigg.g's" was al veritable stone ll l nt the g'llkl1'tl l10SlllUll und not ll 5, was registeretl over his terri played El classy gillllll of ftlutbzlll Ill sl nf hir: nhfellt-e ut pmvtice. He has wo stripes illlll llilS illlijlllel' ykfill' tc ttllg HL 1 go. lilo letter-1. Right guard. l.Veigllt 170 MELVIN CARTE Il 3lt'lYlll non his letter ill 1924 :ls l llzlltllqlrlc zllld end. We were sorry 1 tu have him eligible for first tesllll sell :luring the 192.1 sezlxoll but lla- slltmu the old fight by getting' out und SFI lllilglllg :lgzlillst the first leillll. We hope llc will he ready for first lL'lllll sell ill 19245. Fight 'elll, 3lElVl1l. Hzllfhaa-li and Glltl. Weight l LESLIE LOPEH Une letttl 1.1 llli "Les" would fill the wing pusltlnll of :llly ll'gllfsvl1o:ll eleven ill tll He ii fast, al deadly l2lCklk'l' zllld tll2lgllUN4 the UppU119IllS plays qlliekly. All Pl 80218011 ahoulder injury kept llilll on lllillly QRIIIIPS. :lIlOlll9l' fighting Senlol we wlll llllSS on next yelll"s eleven. 'I' ru leltvrf. Right end. XVG'ight 1155 lbs DEAN INICBIUIYN l'll1lllJ2ll'li, "F1'eCkrll' grew, strong ill the Dillillltl wheat and waxld fields '1 l'lltlllU halelc to lllillilf us IL powerful ll lllllflglllg' fllllbilfli. He is Steady alll depelldzlble, with fl fine C0-0lJ9l'3lllNL spirit. He llzls two more years to COX9l himself and the team with llo gridiron. 0119 letter. ltlllllljllif 150 lbs. ABE DYE Alle was fl real foothzlll play nor on It k. YVLlgllt el' ill only sense of the word. He has the fight L has the nerve and he knows Illilflt' up in hard work, H0's low to XYUl'k with. One letter. XXI-igllt 135 lbi. Pug the glint Wllzlt he lacked in weight zllld spee al fine In-ft if e 'Forty 1' xt! tl llt ,. , fvgffn. :W K-'v.wQ,-f'w,.'f..- ---W1-Am -f+' ,A H- -f-me-X ,. 'fl lil' 'Jw-fwr 1 :fi nf .. 1. .cl , ff. sv ew vf, -V4 2 . rf". J' hs X 1 ' -11-4 . 1, " ' l My ju 's 1,iflrd--1,j'3.I'1'.P4.:w-l41.aZ",' 1371. fir '-"1-1 .9 2' V, " 'L ' 1-75:7 , '-' - , " " rt ' I-W 'Q' ii ' ' -. '. Ar, ' l 3 Pagehoitw 'luo r-1 LLOYD SHOUP Lloyd, the smallest of the Sgwp faun- ily, surprised the football fans uf Mul- vune with his speed, hard hitting, Bild endurance at right lialfbzislc. He should be at regular in the bucktield next y?HI'- one lem-1-. lz9S6l'Y6Rlglll1lIfLlf. Vvelght I-I0 lbs. ' ALBERT HARRIS "Fat" is another one of those Harris boys of football fume, He should make at star lineniun in the two years he has lt-ft. Few gains: were made over his territory. Hr- played :1 stellar game throughout the whole season. One letter. Loft guard. NW-ight 133 lbs EUGENE SHOUP "Gem-" is another Senior whose stead- iness, power. and clean sportsmanship :Lt right tzicltle will ln- hard to duplirztto in the years to come. He NVZLS especially strong in opening' up holes for our barks to go through :und breaking up the ene- mies long- and runs before' they got st:u'tvd. It was the ninety-two. Two letters. Right 'l'avlile. Xvuiglit 180 lbs, EMERY SHUUP Emery is a. Senior in football, as he In-uonies un inelligible player on account of nge before next season. WVe could certainly use this shifty, jolly, consistent tackle next year. He was especially good with his hands on the defense, and stop- ped nmny :1 line plunge in the tracks. Three letters. Left tackle. YVeight 165 lbs. LELAND RENNICK Leland won his spurs in football as a Sophomore bevause of his speed and ability to fight and work. He will make fl valuable mam in the two years yet to go. Ono letter. Right end. VVeight 134 lbs. i l aim M Hi Track and Tennis Captain Yw......,,.AV.......Y.......v,......Y,.,,............,................,,,, Exlucl. MCMUNN The 1926 track season opened with considerable interest centered in the annual Inter-Class track meet held on School Day. The Seniors were victorious, amassing a total of 5715 points. The Sophomores were second, scoring 39W points, while the Juniors and Freshmen 111ade 1092 and 915 points respectively. The t02lll1 journeyed to the fast Milton Invitation meet where Mulvane scored 9 points, taking fifth place. The Sedgwick County Meet held at Maize will long be remembered by M.H.S. supporters. Earel McMunu placed first in the high jump, clearing the bar at 5 ft. 10 in. He also won the high hurdles race, and placed second in the broad jump. Chas. Coffey won the pole vault, leaping 10 ft. ti in. Leland Renniek, took third in the 880-yard run. Mulvaue placed third in this meet. These men should get their share of medals in the Southwestern and A. V. l. meets. Mulvane High School was represented by Claude Hough in singles and with Spurgeon XVatson in the doubles at the County Tennis tournament. Margaret Putman and Jimmy Nessly played in the girls' division. Margaret Putman played a wonderful game against the champion of the County when she lost hy a score of 8-10, 1-6. , Considerable interest was developed in this sport when the dual meet with Derby was staged at Mulyane courts. Derby won the singles contest while Mulvane won the doubles. Pa 4 Forty Three gg NX M Xtvr. 3 s ..g.----f-f-,-- V- V, ,'ff...Tf- a-,.,x,,q,gNf--,- mia. . A15 5 kit ff-' if . Q' 1. ..i:-.X, 1 V' 11V f' ., ,,1g.V.g s "r'-w w: 2, ,. L-:ef , 15, -1 1..- of vi :ng V f i a t. -H at m f ..,,rQ., tid - U H ,339 fi V 5 . . .. , .. , N - V N -2 rj, . ,.,.V. .so-' rw , .. Boys, Basketball Boys' basketball for the season 1925-1926 was not what some fans would call very successful as the win column shows one game to their credit, however the scores shows a close battle in all but two games. The team put up a stubborn defense and showed flashes of speed with tl1e short pass game which would have put the team ahead at the final whistle only for the inability to locate the hoop consistently. Chas. Coffey, the only veteran, played a heady game at forward and running guard and was high-point man for the season, making the long ones good. Spurgeon Wlatson played a hard game at running guard always fighting until the final whistle. Dean MeMunn developed into one of the best standing guards in the county, and with two more years should become a real star. Abe Dye played a consistent game and should develop into a good passing forward, while Eugene Miller will be hard to stop under the basket in another year. Henry VVatson has the height and the fight, and the uncanny eye for the basket, to make a real center. Page Forty lf our ' -1-- - - 11-- , 1 '1 A ,,rg5',ap,a-gp: id - , ,. ,, ., ,, ,. ...... 'W35LVf!"f :M X . u ' U-M.v....,.- ,, ,..,,, AN. wif- - -Q - , --Vffl-fv..ef,4Q3'iyf,Y3,k Tzqiif f-1-ff - t 1 ,MMV Q-N '-i:,,7qn- lg, gmfgigg, vkbgfftgafiaj.-Z4f,g',wN?5fwi,.2v -- Z. 1,-sw.-H vf ,. ri agp: 43-K. .. t, .i Q.,-L fy ff si it kay. V aw 1-1,--" l ,- .- .. wa- . -Xi--, W, Null, . -5 J I ,, ,Hee 1, J ,fm gk f 1y',,.,'m.t -' ...gift 15. A.,-luv N, , h. f,,!,g, X V5.5 7 wiv. ,ft gglfq 1 f 1-,Qi - .MBXLQ ,. , , . Em g" ' ' ,fQ.1'.unr.4.u2-.xiil,Laa....11f. ...m.tt.m.ti,,2.....-" glaglza -' ... 5 Girls, Basketball - During the last two yt-ars Mulvanc High School has been represcntecl by two tnrla' Basketball teams which have uphold the high place Mulvanc has cstahlislictl in girls' basketball circles Ill this section of tht- state. ln addition to playing a first-class brand of basketball they have also contluctctl 'lh0lllSClVBS indivitlually with honor NX'l1t'l't't'YCl' they have played. Nm,1,1iz S'rl:w.x1:'r Gzmrrl mul Sec-om! Ct'lIll'I' Nellie ie a great littlo flgiitvr and a clvvfu' lraSkQtirall girl. Yxith three mort' yvars in Bl,lt.S. alle should cover ht-ravlf and whool with many honors. NlAltiiARl'I'l' l"L"l'MAN .I'lUI'IUlll'd 'l'wo facts wt"rv glad of as basketball fans and boosters of Nl.H.S. art- firet: t'l'lliL'L5l ix a Frvsh- man: and swconfl. a star basketball tower. 'l'her0 is a plare for hor on the All-County 'l'1-am. lirnici, BlYl2ltS High! Guard l'1tht-l is a tlireefyoar baskfftball x'0tf-i'an at the guard position. Vt-ry few haslifits wort- scored when this clean fightt-r was at hor bm-rst, and her els-var blocking and covt-i'ing always worried her opponents. Ai,nizi:'r.x l3nANsoN Lvfl Guard Alberta ramo to us, from Udall and soon proved to he a valuable addition to our girls' haake-tlmll tvani. Sho has the fight and spt-vrl which is t'SIlf't'li1lly valuable in the rlvfcnsv arva. Two Stripes. I3E'1'n Hnaoixsox Guard and Soc-ond Cenlvr Beth could always he flopellrlvfl upon to c'arry on a hard battle and with two more yt-ars of exper- wnre should devvlop into a sterling player. Wmnfmsn Nicssm' 1'lOI'll7lII'd Jimmy shows-d hvr ability as a basketball player xx hen she tossed threw' fret! throws through the hoop in our first battlm- roy:-l with the big tioflflarrl girls. and improved t'onsirln-rahlt- the halanvt- of the ' season until she was able to win har first basketball letter. l.lIt:lI,Llc Sxvmzn, Ctlllltllll .Iumping Celzlcr llueillp played the- key position as a vs-tvran of two yvars and lerl tha ttam on and off the floor througrh a very suvvessful svaion. Sho consistently out-jumped all her rounty opponents and played a very good, defensive game-. LAHICNA MQGINNIS lfunnizzg Cl'I1ff'I' Italiana in anotlivr hawk:-tball plaier of no mean ability from tho Bla-tiinnis family with two years' siliwit-0 for MILS, Mn.nnEn lllAIIl,AXD'l' - Forward Mildrvfl played at her best when the opponents were forming her. She was t-specially valuable at the basket because of hor ht-ight. A dandy good sport. I ,t . ' 1'ag9Forty-l"iv0 .L,,t',qm, 1... 4. -W F., .1 L-fr ,rg w- V 1, -, . ,-,-fi. V 1 ., , 3' 'iff iii 'l GUS' , 1 ,,'v1'vr"'-f315x:T1".'::'f.V "" 'w5,rf:'1' awww "f'2 Tv: , l iar : th at 1,:,kgw455gx3:3fi"1,i:mif ffiiiw Wt' . cf, ffYfE1w"fi?5?1W-ft-tl.'?ff:1 ivijff ' "' ""' E Q r A Editors MINA MAR'r1N HELEN PUTMAN Managers LESLIE LOPER SPUHGEON W.ATs0N Associate Editors CLAUDE COSNER .,.. ....................,A,..,,........ ,,,,,o,,,,.,4,,,,, A r fist L1fc1LI.la SNYDER ...., .,,,,. 0 rganizations LIJCILE HUTSEI.I, ..... .....,,..,,. I Ialendar BIILLARD TURKLE .... ........... J okes LARENA MCGINNIS ..., ....,,.. A thletics WINIFRIiD NIiSSI.H' ..... ..... S nap Shots Page Forty-Six Nlnuxnnxxx ,.. ,- ,.. ..- .Q- ,- ,- ,- ,-. ,- ,1 . D220 num unmnm -, .Q ,.. Q -. -. 'E E -1-..-..., .....-....... .......- - - - - - .. 4. ommencement D . For livery Szzeeessfiil Mun or uylllllllll Is lhe Huy that He or She f:0lI'llIII'I1f'I'S lo Sum' Money Andrew Carnegie onee said: "Thrift separates the temperate, well-behaved. respected and useful from the unsatisfactory members of societyf' Can you doubt the wisdom of this successful self-made man '? In the olden days Thrift formed a vital, necessary part of I.ife's program. And yet fr Thrift 'fConservation Economy is far from old-fashioned, but is rather the keynote of modern, up-to-date living and manage- ment. Banking your surplus funds, saving wherever you can con- sistently do so, and adding regularly to your bank account identifies you among your husiness associates and gives you standing and prestige among your acquaintances and friends. Start a Savings Account Today. NVe pay four per cent interest and compound the interest every six months. The Mulvane State Bank MI'I,VANIC, KANSAS The Bunk Tho! Does Things for You Established 1886 OFFICERS VV. C. RonINsoN, President C. IJ. C.xN.xo.n', Vice-President S. C. CAMPmf:I.L, .tssistnnt Cashier C. I". Ilovon, Cashier F. KIMBLH, Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS C. A. Homin C. ID. CANADAX C. F. Houma W. C. ROBINSON G. CAMPBEIJ. ,....,... .. - ... .- .-.H-..i--..-.....-...-.vi ----- ..1-..,- ..-..-...-..- - - - - --H- inge Forty-Eight I.,1.0,1uq1,.1,1..1,p.-ll.-nn1nn1nn1un1m1..nn1un1u1..1,,.1..1,,.1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ....m1n ,111111111111nn111.n1.n11111.-111111.'1.. V P -ffrgin 5 M H 5 - ...fs I 574'f1i4' 5 - .4 Q CSIQIIAHI' V SEPTEMBER Hail! Hail! The gang's all here! Nigh on to forty Emeralds enrolled. Nothirfs happened 'cept Claude's come home. The UM" Staff is elected. Now leave us alone and we'll come home dragging a book behind us. What say? Let's beat Belle Plaine! Did we wallop Belle Plaine? Mr. Yoder sets out in earnest to reform the science class. Here's good luck to you but wise people always change their minds. OCTOBER Seniors and Sophomores celebrate with a weiner roast and a steak fry. Oh! My, I'm full. Hold your breath! Now take the plunge, all right now breathe again. Swim- ming? Oh, no. But that Psychology final. Debate trial. Proven that written term examinations should be done away with in M.H.S. All school Hallowe'en party. Spurgeon VVatsOn hears that the best looking fellow in M.H.S will get his pic- ture in the annualg consequently he begins to use cosmetics for furthering his purpose. n NOVEMBER Mr. Yoder became very excited and blew up the steam boiler in Science. Pep! Pep! More pep! And look what we did to them. -I I I 1880 46 Years 1926 I I Robinson's I Continuous Successful Business 4 I I DRY GOODS SHOES HATS CAPS FURNISHINGS I GROCERIES I I I VV. C. ROBINSON st SON MI'Lv,xNE, KANSAS I I 4- Pa e1'OrtylN' - . ffla ' 1 H - qi. vw- -4. . 'Hg 5 E M S E . V: y 6 If blk sr vt Q 3 - 1' 4 vb- ' 9 ' rs., 'QU'-"' -------------------- ' -- -- ! I I i I Huff Sz Cather I i T oughest Steak I Q : t 1n Town P H o N E 4 7 Q 1 i.-..-..-..-.,-..-..-,.-..-..-..-..-.,-..-..-..-..-..-..-...,..-.,-..-,.-.,.-,.-.,-..-.,...l 25 Hurrah for Thanksgiving Day. "Hush, little pumpkin, don't you cry, you'll be a nice pie by and by." ' DECEMBER 1 Some Freshmen seen crying over their report cards. Poor, poor Freshies. 2 Mr. Brown in Biology class, 'LVVQ will now name some of the lower species of animals, beginning with Eugene Shoup." 11 Junior play, "Seventeen" ' 12 Because of the enormous capacity of some people such as E. L. S. and L. H. the psychology class has to be removed to another room. 14 A number of girls have to report to the office. Why such sad faces, girls? 22 Annual Senior Christmas party at .Iimmie's. JANUARY 8 Nina Satterthwaite advertises on the bulletin board for one lost important and essential article. What was it? "Yes, I've quit the holdup game, l'll hang around a joint no more. So with a sigh, and a faint little cry, The garter stretched out on the floorf' 13 Debate practice in chapel. Everyone clapped when it was over. 14 Before exams. y "O, Lord of Hosts, be with us yet, - Lest we forgetg lest we forget." 16 After exams. "The Lord of Hosts was with us not, For we forgotg for we forgot." 20 Operetta, "Windmills of Holland." Lag? Fifty y K A - I i E :T :s 'D "2 VU N Q. FW' E F1171 v .Um ... e 25 E ae -F -13' rd gm U4 :r 2 ... FW' D' 1 o : ... ,.. 'cs V7 0 .. c in Q 2 ? P1l .... : 'D fltlu 'P v uhm I UI hum 'geou Watson was seen with his arms around a Senior girl. No, not ' I. . I don't think I would look well in a Hd" necked dress. But, perhaps understand just what they are like. :mtest at Valley Center. APRIL live-rybody's day. Hurrah for the Purple and White and for the Crimson '-nd Blue. 16 Senior Play "And Home Came Ted." Burglums, Burglums. Quick! Someone get married and break the monotony. Junior-Senior Banquet. Oh, Ye dresses. County Track Meet. Literary Contest at Southwestern. MAY Baccalaureate Services. Class-Day Exercises. 21 Cramming tonight, eramming tonight, Preparing the exams to pass, Many are the lights that are burning so bright From dark, till the exams are passed. Commencement. Finis. -n:1nu1nn 11-1-111111-1 1111111- 1-1- n n -un! ! ' l ! . ! 4 I 1 CARS TRUCKS TRACTOHS l Genuine Ford Parts Ford Accessories Genuine Ford Batteries Tires and Tubes Tire Chains Our repair shop is equipped with costly machinery for doing all kinds of repair work. Our force is I divided into specialists doing certain jobs only. : NVe are therefore able to do the very best work in an unusually short time. Visit our shop and learn I whv we should do vour Ford work on motors, : rear axles and radiators. Motor and transmission overhauled in a short time. All work guaranteed. l Nessly Auto Co. I MULVANE KANs l I n 111111i-1 7 11-1i-11 -11:1111- u u-uni. 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I put an hunch of them in the stove and the fire just l'OLlI'0ll.U Mr. Yoder, in General Science: "Can any one tell me how ax stove pipe is Illillltvlu Josephine Grinsieuclz "First you take :1 big, long holeg then you wrap some ti'n around it.', Miss McCluggage tin Englishlz "We'll take the life of John Milton tomorrow. Everyone come prepared for it." Page l"ifty-Three Page Fifty-Four 2 ! L 4 V. L. Gordon 2 t ' Furniture and Undertaking I 3 Mulvane, Kansas l---------------------------T-T----M - --'--mf A-'- -H---M--W - - --w- - - --M- -------Q ACCESSORIES O AUTO SUPPLIES Compllments ! 7 1 1 1 i i E f ' 2 of I E FULK 8m SON GARAGE I AND 1 Q 1 MACHINE SHOP I Th E g I 6 1 . --- I 1 g "The Service That satisfies" Q i f -- l i Q L ,, 5 Cars Washed and Greased -... 5 l l I -"' i i I We Guarantee Our Work i T 5 7 Stan. C. 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How about the Fourth of .luly'?', Mr. Satterlhwaite: "l'll teach you to make love to my daughter, sir." Lowell Till'OCkIIlOI'tOllI "1 wish you would, old boy, l'n1 not making much lieadwayfi Porter: "This train goes to Winfield and points east." Sarah Anne Raldock: "XVell, I want a train that gets to Arkansas and I don't Care which way it points." Mr. llansen writing l. X X X o11 board: "Beth what does that mean?" lieth: "Love and lots of kissesf, m1nn-uu1u 1 .-.Inu-M..ul...,m,.i.,i.'1. 1 -.m1.,...N1..,1.,,1...1..g1,..1..n1,,..1 1 .1,..1u.1..1u,.1, -Q' T I T I s THE MULVANE C0-UPERATIVE UNION 2 Distributors of the CELEBRATED PURINA CHOWS For Horses, Cows, Calves, Pigs, Steers and Poultry SOLD ONLY lN CHECKERBOARD BAGS Q Also Dealers in Grain of all Kinds, Feed, Flour, Coal and Hay 2 MULVANE KANSAS .i..-..,.-..-................-.... ------------------- ----u--------up Page Fifty-Six 91379 L U M Z 4 .44 F149 ...tu...-tm..-uu1p,1...1l...1,.,.1,.,,1..,.1,tu.-..-el....1.iu1u.1....,,,1...1...,1,n.1...1,..1,,...q......m-.,g1qg1uQ. ' MIILVANE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANERi I V ' Work Is Done Second to None 1 A Suits Cleaned and Pressed I Orders Taken for Made-to-Measure Clothes Bring In Your Duds-We Need Them ln Our Suas At The Laundry P CLOTHES CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED PHONE 145 J. T. WILCOX +"-H-'-u'--H"-n"--H--H-"f--'--H-'-w-H--- -IIT -M':-w--H-'-M- '-'A ---'-m'- 'llf --H-H-I--'-'-'-'--M--'-'-'w-I-I--H-i- Henry Watson: "What is the difference between ammonia and pneumonia?" Eugene Miller: "Search me!" Henry: "Why ammonia comes in bottles and pneumonia Comes in chests." Claude Hough: "I flunked that quiz cold? Alvine Hartenbower: "It was easy, I thought." Claude Hough: "Yeah, but I had vaseline on my hair and my mind slipped."' "Poor boy", remarked the lady visitor to the wounded Skinny Crum in the hospital in Wichita, "you nmst have been through a pretty tight squeeze." "Well, maiam, "he replied, blushing uncomfortably, "The nurse here has been pretty good to me." Philip Evans: "For two cents I'd kiss youf' Vera Fulk: 'tCan you change a dime?" CAESAR TRANSLATION Forte dux in aro: Forty ducks in a row. Passus sum jam: Pass us some jam. Bonilegis Caesaris: Bony legs of Caesar. Caesar sic dicat unde cur, egressi lictam: Caesar sicked cat on the cur, and I guess he licked him. -tAnd Henry said she flunked him out? 7 'U -s--- ---- ------ I --- --1- - --'- ---- ---- -H-- ---- - '--- - '--' - '-'- - ---- - -'-- -----M-'W - - - - - --M-If 2 what Pet Mini Is I ii PET MILK is pure fresh cows' milk, concentrated. Nothing is added to the 2 1 natural milk. Nothing is taken from it but a part of the natural water. 'H PET I MILK should not be confused with sweetened condensed milk which is preserved by the addition of a large amount of sugar. Approximately fifty per cent of a 2 can of such condensed milk is sugar. In PET MILK there is no solid substance except the natural constituents of milk in their natural proportion to each other. I i ii By our process of sterilization we destroy all bacteria after the milk has been 5 put in an air-tight can. Because no further bacteria can get into it, PET MILK I stays fresh and sweet. It comes to you scientifically clean. Q PET MILK COMPANY I l General Offices, St. Louis, Mo. 1 IMULVANE KANSAS 5..-...-.,....,,.-,.,,-.,.,-.,.-. ,- - -..... ....... ..... . .......-...-...-..a. ,QI Page Fifty-Seven 1 WUC 1 1 X. :KKK NNN! FG I W I l 1 1+ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l '23 L. E. B1l:Ll1.1mi I ,X 6, lII 'aw Shoe Store' -J Mulvane, Kansas l!1II1uII- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -nII1n-11441.-nII1uII1IIII- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111---'sf AN EDITORIAL There :II'e lllillly kiIIds of pins: The co111111o11 ping the safety piI1 whiclI will not 1005611 itself, a11d wl1icII looks very attractive. The stick pin wl1icl1 is 0I'I11llIl0llI21lQ tlIe beauty pill wl1ich is just itll 0l'IlZlll11.'llIZll safety ping the har pin which is :III extra long beauty pin. Hair pi1Is :Ire rapidly dis:1ppe:Iring at this day and age :IIId all those lllilt are iI1 use 2ll't' invisible so they really tlllllt. Clothes pins lIold up clothes ton a clothes lllllx onlyl. Rolling IJIIIS :Ire il lIoIIsehold :Irticle illltl il weapon. Ten pins 2ll'C used i11 howling: Cotter piIIs 2tI't' used in lltill'l1lIll'l'y to hold objects iI1 place on il Sllllft. A piI1 is :I great friend in itll Qlll0I'g6lll'y, and is often used :Is :I suhstitu'e t'or :I button or to hold iI1 place lOI'll sewing. Nothing is quite :Is useful :Is :I pin in the right place or as painful :Is one i11 the wrong pl:Ice. Edna Seekainpc "I have such il dreadful cold i1I llly head." ' Matel Loper: "Well, that is better than nothing." Mr. Yoder: "Who was it tl1:It prompted you then? I heard someone whisper- ing that date to you." . ' John Carter: "It w:Is history repeating itself, I expect, l02lC'l10I'.,, Sllll' con XV:Itson Cwhile in Canadzib: "Do thev have any reindeer in Can- 1 g , . I Illlttiy, Canadizln girl: "No darling, at tlIis season it never rains." I.-,.I- .... -...- ..., -....-...-...-....-I.-...-I...I..-.,.-II.-...- .-,. -...-..I....I- .... -...... .. - - - .. ......-.. -1- 'E Butterfield Drug Store Headquarters for School Books, Supplies, Fountain Pens and Stationery mi I 2 MULVANE -- KANSAS? 4..----- ---- -1- ---- -u-1-- ------------------- 1---1---1---------is a 'e Fif y-Ei ht Ouzylj J t I 1 - 1,.1,..... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,.1.u1 1nu1m1 1,,.1 1 1 1 1 1 nu--I-gf I "There's No Place Like Holmes" l z " ' ! -- 1 I y 5 , Better Clothes For loung Men i ' Many men who were customers of this store when E students, continue to be customers today as business men 2 I because of our honest and square dealing. No sensational sales-but honest, dependable mer- , chandise sold at the lowest possible price every day in l ' he year. ' I t ! l l ! Q 1 HE I l I I l I 0 Q I I 5 211 East Douglas f 4...-.... ..----. ......M-l..-...-.M-..I- .,.. -....-I..-...-.I-I.-In-..-1- -,.- -....-.,-....-Q. ORDER OF PETRIFIED NUTS President ,l......... ..,,,,,. I UHN Coxigux S0f'I'0lfll'U Y,,....,. .....l N INA l'lL'Ml30I.'l' Vice-Pm-sidezzl .w... .E ,eee. Gun. I4AlNlliKY TI'l'!lSlIIil'I' eeeee .. VVwtA.... EARL I3owI.BY MEMBERS hrl2lI'gllCl'll.9 Potter Jinunie Nc-ssly Edna Seekzunp Maurice Cox Alberta Branson Lois Rhodes Maxine Alley Duane Kimble Venn Fulk Hcrniece Suinnei' Margaret Putman Ilene Carlson an SOllg--HTllCl'6,S :1 Nut Down in Nutville. Pin---Safety pin. FlOXVCI'fS2lgC Brush. Motto-Hug them liard and tell them nothing. ..-...,-..,-....-....-..u-,............-....-.......,-..,.-..,-..........-.............l......-....-....-...-....-M-.n-..I-...-...-nq. 'E' , I You ARE INVITED TO NEWT EDWARDSi I 7 VISIT Us 5 , T whenever you are in Wichita E 3204522 East Douglas E F qv up Au hour spent in looking over WICHITA i - our new sio s will be an hour ell s ent. : - E You will not llae solicited to buy: W 0:0 p 420 1 E l THE VAIL JEWELRY CO. -' l and l I l THE VAIL-SHIPLEY SHOPS DRY GOODS GARMENTS g Douglas analvgglrllhinterzi Lane g g :i"""""'i"""'i ""'T""TI""""i I"I ' 'I" T T Y' "" :"""l -"W"""I"" 'l'4 "' -' " "" T "" T'I"T""T""TW"'W"""H'i' Page Fiflv-Nine Page Sixty 1....1 .1 1 1..1. 1...1....1.........1 -....1.... LEARN TO EARN J at the . mix ,1 ' 1 r1 .4v-:- QHITA BUSINESS COLLEGE s.: Prof. P. W. Hansen or J. C. Smith About Our School. ., You Wish, You May Pay After You Learn As You Earn -'N-' .'inCHIT4 Write For Catalog I CULLEGE 114-I6 N. Market Si., Wichita, Kansas ' Thu Sign of EfHi'1'w1.'y' M. L. Hethermgton Chile Hamburgers Dentist Phone 155 X-Ray Res. Phone 84-4 W Over Shaw Electric Shop MULVANE KANSAS Cigars Prompt Service Night and Day O. R. McGINNIS 1n..1....1....1....1...1 .-- .1 .1 .1...1...1....1....1....1....1....1. .-....1....1...1....1,...1....1....1,...1..,.1....1.,..1 1....1.u.1. 1...1, 1. .1. 1...1..1 1 .1. 1..1 ..1....1 "The Store With Familiar Faces" For Commencement Exercises It's a Blue Suit! It's MCVica1'-Howzwd quality. too, if you want a good suit that will wear and keep you look- ing your best. Priced to save you money. S25 to S50 McVICAR-HOWARD CLOTHING CO. 210 E. Douglas 212 E. Douglas 1....1..1..1..1 1....1..1 1..1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1..1..1.1.....-....1....1 1 til To Succeed-Dress H+: To Be wen in-essed, You Should l 1 Wear Clothes From T 0905.7 . 0 ' E+ i fvelrlllmy Hdwv :Sy Mr W4-lf Un-ned Man 5 'rxupf fill! sllom I . . 2 217 East Douglas Wichita, Kansas ! . .gs-.H-.:....-..-.t-M-M.-... -.,... -.t-.,i- -...- - -.i .-.- ..-..-..- -......-..-..g. Nevin Adams: "How much will l lmvc- to pay for a pair of silk hose?" i Clerk: 'tAbout S2, n1:1d:im." Neva Adams: "'l'hc-y come rzitlu-r high, don't they?" Clerk: "Yes, lllilililll, but I'ClllQlZll7i'l' you arc :1 tall lady." l:Htllt'l', tnahhing.g noisy one hy thc c'oll:1i'r: "l believe Satan has hold of you, young man." .liggs McMunn: "Many l go lionu-, fL'1ll'l1l'l'? I don't fool wc-ll." Miss Nutz: "NVhnt ss-cms to ho thc nizlttcr? NVlu-re do you fool thc worst?" .liggsz "ln niy c-lzissvs, ll'ilf'lll'l'.H limcry: "May I hold your l1:md'?" lllurgurct K.: "Ut course not: this isn't Palm Sunday." Iinn-ry: "It isn't lndopcndc-nc'c lluy, Cllllf'I'.,' Mr. Brown: "What is an vuhic yzu'd?" VValtcr lltllllllliyi "I don't know unless it's wha-V0 thc little Cuban hoys play." M12 Brown: "This has hm-cn at poor recitation in Biology: in fact l did it all myself." Cllurlcs li.: "You'i'm- not vcry fan' from :i fool :irc you, Fresh?" Veda N.: "No more than ten ft-ot." 4...-.. - .. -.,....,.,-,...... ... - .......-,...-,. ....t- .. -.,-.,,.-.,-.,,.- - .. -.-....-...- - -,.,,-..4. I "Dress Well and Succeed " E Start Right-Buy Your Clothes from i EVE Y INCH A CLOTHING STSHE i 1 C' I 5 I I 1 Kg 4202122E,DOUG - AVE. 1 I i -1- 4- Page-Sixty-'l'yxo ' V H .1 gg bs fig? 1 '4-'fi' . I 5"'1 'M ' 7 , 1 . 0 , I X ,. , .is iff' - Z A I 'sf . Z N i , ' Q., ul ,J x yi ay P ,, l , i iw i j ' wipe lEl2l1 "Hi" 0 -i i f f 3 r - 1g 'l'lu- lll'Ullllill0ll of lllis Annual l'l'lJl'i'St'lllS il Vlllllllll' ol xxork which cam onlv lm upprv- x PM ,,-sg, .W mg, IN imlul by llmxo who haw- had an lllllllldlif R . i LS l'K'l2lll0llSllllJ with il. Q Q 44 I sg 1l'f'lu- slzlfl' i in ln' l'0lIllIlCIlllCll for lllcir f H' SA I'z1illll'ul 4-llml lu p1'csvnl lo lllo Slllfll'lllS an if Q yl'21l'lJ00li Clllllflllylllg lllc foul lifc and spiril Q S :fa ul' llw sclloul. 'F' X fl Our l'l'lilil0llSlllll.. as in ldX'i'l'S. has bccn Zl rcal plc-zlsurv :incl our suiuws will lx' dv- N65 9 l0l'llllll01l bv vom' lllllJl'CSSl0ll of this, llw 5 A - ,, v - - fp I ' 1926 M. I .I , 6 1' 1. fvf, 'Uhr ,Hllih-Qtl1lIfilIElll' flrgrauinxg . .9 fri X QIIIIIIPEIIIQ N15 J V llll urkc Slrc-cl J .,,,,, lil 501 M l . urn Y 7 my - XX'ICllI'l'A, IuNs.xs X ...9 ' IW i i If Q ," it bg. ,,,Jia?2 sv. . ., P lh c '- M134 , dfvf-v. P . J ,tr 1 :1 A h-,-,,,- p:.:-was --., fi- 5...-,-1, Y H "W W xl f ev .4 1: 1 wi A sf A 4 'GS if -H VP - gs? J ' iff -, 'p xg., ig I .Q ,,.i.f.,-,af-t.f-1 L24,.,, M H. nf ., ,, awgr N ff ,nzffffl .5 .5 -W GI- . " V X - eitivftgsl ,, ' ' 1 " gy . . .. - - - ' ' -- - I!IIllllllIllllllllllIlIllIllllIlllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllIlll!lIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllll fg ,, , 5 , I --v t as wi e, --1 -ff,-fr-f-rf Jill 2 lt se g I 'E li-.-:I : 4, 5 ti 5 - 1 E 9 9 Ei I 5 ' P gl E t .' , E t M: E I : ' E ...... is the great constructive l 5 force of the lnodern civilized world. E E It plays the indispensable part in , p the dissemination of news, in the E E expression and progression ol' polit- Q ' ical ideals, in the records and ex- 1 E change of connneree and industry. E E It denlocratizes education, science, E 2 art, lllllSlC-' sand broadens the scope E E of everything it touches. Its service E E is vital in upbuilding and sustaining E E business through advertising. E E fl To appreciate its high place in the E E esteem of an enlightened world, E E Printing must be well done. To ae- E E complish this Tins VV1c:ln'1'.x l'1xo1,E E Q Pmiss maintains only machinery of E E ii proved dependability for all depart- 2 E ments of printing, publishing or E l binding. E fs- t ,DE A p M KT. g L5 , -as 4400flg1E n ,. kr - . -V -- - Ai- "' 5' .Q?."...:.:T ... E IIItllllllllllllllllllllllllmlllllws 1 I 0 "' '"'lltltllllllllillllllllllllllllllllll'IllIll . .Qt 'y .x - 1.1-l...-,.. .. u ni I lllllllIllllllllKlW?l I WICHITA. KANSAS lags Slxtv Pour pq 7x l i ' ' f I V ,Class Prophecy ' at the King. Mr. Smith, was sore afraid and worried over his flock, seeing so ri :Ig dangers into which each of the Class of '26 could have fallen after they leftii pufotecting wing, for he kept them, even as a hen kcepeth her brood. 'A 11: .' came to pass that there arose a prophetcss. and she took the King away upjntc thfe mountains. Then it stormed and lightning flashed and Mr. Smith was smitten. w" xlearg but the prophetess Lelftena stood amidst the storm and spoke in clear.. dm voice saying: 21Lol Eat fl McMunn shall take unto himself a wife, Ethel Myers. and he shall saygiunto her: "VVe must remain together suffering our great mutual mistake." ,wltnd Carl Lambky shall arise as a great statesman under the careful leadership of Tyfina Martin, who shall be the victim of a nervous breakdown after her strenu- ousgyytork with Carl and the UM." "Behold Edna Seekamp, Mona Adams, and Lois Heder shall be great school teachers. And Leslie Loper's only occupation shall be that of driving a midnight taxie fl'0lll Mulvane to VViehita. Bessie Gibbens shall succeed in capturing at eas one o after being an old maid vamp for many years. Eugene Shoup shall take as many as three different wives. the first being l t f the Sophomore boys Dorothy Thomas, who shall be very popular, being busy with society and club work. And the second shall be Nina Humbolt, who shall pound, worry, and dis- gust him until his minutes shall be as years. Then the third shall be Alberta. Her life shall be as a great tree for she shall spread out her arms to all that are of the opposite sex. And it shall come to pass that .o n .ar ei l ' tl Hrt of plant doe, monkey and 1nan. l h C t ' shall go out into all parts of the world with a show company, paying ie 1: . , g Lore'a Foudrav shall be a brilliant student of mathematics. She shall sub- tract from other girls their best boy friends and add them to her own list. Behold a great beauty parlor shall arise in time, under the auspices of Effie Stout and Lucile Hutsell. And Matel Loper shall always play the cattish part of an old maid even as he shall not labor neither shall she toil. I ' h' f 'll rollel for Roy Howard 'ind although lead- she did in the Senior play of '2ti. S Spurgeon Watson shall at c ie p1 - ' K . . . ing a busy life he shall find time to thirst for the love of Mildred Mahlandt, who, ' ' ' ' 1 ' X ' ' ' X ph. ll t .1 rifice even one foot- having a great ealeei ahead in tht musical hm, s '1 no sic l light for him. And .limmie Nessly shall be a clerk ant tesig L l I 'fn-r in a large men's clothing store of Paris. It shall come to pass that Millard will become a general and shall plan great campaigns and attacks on NVilks and Petersville. Ellen XYagner and Helen Putman, believing in quietness and demureness, will not fight and shall therefore be run over by the mad throngs. one of the deaf and dumb Sarah Baldoek shall become a great nurse in hospitals and her goodly deed shall be recognized even as they were in 1926. ss that Marie Burrow shall marry the man of her And it shall .come to pa own choice and away out in XVestern Arizona shall live her remaining years. Alma Smith and Claude Cosner shall never progress any farther in their love affair, but shall continue dating to pass away old age. And Lucille Snyder shall be a great Dental Surgeon. Then it thundered and the storm broke and Mr. Smith went away fro111 the mountain with light hearts. and the sky was cleared and Laltena Page Sixty-Five N 4 . . e- at -- :-. --we-. ,Af 'Jfipf few-1'v ff '-"1':1l:'f+:':f.frz'fw f"" all 4 A+: : A .M ts-:aaam.:.f , ,Q T' 'it-.2azw4fe.:a Y-- + , H 7 I Z fb ' int I Alumni of Mulvane High Sf CLASS OF 1889 Emma Canaday Iltlrs. Frank Hufbauerj ,,A...... .......,., Chas. Farney, Minister ............,......,,,....,....... Kate Slough tMrs. Will l-Iighj .................., Peter Miillcr, Deceased ,.....,,..,..,. Alice Trickey, Bank ,,.,...l...,..,.,. ..,,.,.,......,,,........,,.,,.... Richard Warren, Railroad ....,....,...........,........,.....,,......,.. CLASS OF 1890 I.. M. Dakin, Bank .,....,,..w,.........,....,,.,............................... . Harry tDareJ Hare, Minister ,,,,...........i.,,.Y,................w Eva Pollard tMrs. VVilliamsJ ...,., .Iohn Reed, Editor ................,..... Frank VVagner, Deceased .....,.. ..,..........,.....,............., CLASS OF 1891 Laura Yarnell tMrs. Richard YVarrenJ ...................i...... Emmet XVard, Merchant .............,,,.....................,.....,.,.,.,. CLASS OF 1892 Alta Cromley ...............,......Vi.............,........................Y....... Nellie Dryden tMrs. Knightl ........,...,.......,.,.......,........ XVill Evans, Deceased ................. George Harris, Deceased ....,,.,.. Arthur Johnson ........i..,.....,..... George Reed ..Y,,,......Yw......,,........ Annie Russell CMrs. Smithl .......... June Russell, Deceased .......,....,,..,i..,. Grace Snellbaker tMrs. Shaffer? ...,..V Harl Watson, Real Estate ..........,..,....................,.,. ...Y... May Xvoodcock ........................................................,,...,.... CLASS OF 1893 Addie Chamberlain tMrs. George Miillerl iii.,...,,,,..... Chas. Cron, Real Estate Sz Ins .....,,i.............ii,.. Alice Helbert, Deceased ..........,....,...,....,,...,.....,..........v Chas. Shanton ............................. ..................................... CLASS OF 1894 May Brown tMrs. Tucker? .............................................. May Daugherty tMrs. Ezra Pick? ..,..................,.......... Fay Dickinson ............................................. Nellie Fahnestock tMrs. Will Evansj ...... Frank Field, Merchant ..................,................... Chas. Frazee, Oil Business .................................. Caddie Harwood CMrs. Cecil Conyersl ............. Mamie Hatchet lMrs. VV. C. Robinson, Sr.J ....... Bertha Helbert lMrs. Bertha Colliensl ............. Etta Hill tMrs. Porter? ..................................... Pearl Hinckle tMrs. Chas. Brownb .....,. Eva Hostetler iMrs. T. A. Neeleyb .......,.. John Stewart, Paint Co ........................... . Rose Siegfried, Deceased ................................................. CLASS OF 1895 Carrie Baldridge ................................................................ Birdie Broadhurst ............................................. ...... Anna Cannaday CMrs. Massingilij ...... Kate Glaser tMrs. Katie Russelll ............ Mamie Harris CMrs. M. E. Binkleyl ...... K ...VU lt ffQ..foQ. ailllisafi ........V. hlia, Paso, texas .,.....Dexter, Kansas .......Kansas City, Kansas ......,...,..........Colorado .......California ...............Colorado ...................Mulvane ........Stafford, Kansas ...................California ........Oakland, California ..........Mulvane, Kansas .........,........Colorado .........Cherryvalc, Kansas ..................Oklahoma .,,,....VVichita, Kansas ...................C2lI1f0I'lllil ...........Mulvane, Kansas .......Protection, Kansas ..........Tulsa, Oklahoma ...,....Des Moines, Iowa .......................Mulvane, Kansas ..........................Chicago, Illinois Slippery Cork, Pennsylvania VVorth, Texas .........................Topeka, Kansas ........Kansas City, Kansas ..........................Mulvane .'.'ff.'.'ii6i5kiEli,'oiiiahinnii ...................California ,......,..Tulsa, Oklahoma Olive Hayden ........................................ .................................,.......... Albert McClain ....................,..................... ................................ V irginia David Robinson .,,.......,..,................. ............ .,..... I i ansas City, Missouri Thompy Shanton ............................................ ............... B uffalo, Kansas Ethel Shoup iMrs. Moodyb, Deceased ........ ......... X Wellington, Kansas Inez Snellbaker ............................................ .......... lv Iulvane, Kansas Page Sixty-Six 1 .. . . .. .. .... . - - , 1 0 l r.. V, CLASS OF 1896 Qiidjuiz.. ............,,,........,..,..,.,. .......Hill City, Kansas .........WlChllH, Kansas ia -am Brownl .......... .......,. X Vichita, Kansas 's. Lloyd M"KeeJ ,....... .,..,.... X Vichita, Kansas s' '1 'X , ,...... .. ,,..,.............,,.......... .......,. N Vichita, Kansas CLASS OF 1897 e. arsl, Deceased .,..........,.... ..,...,...................A.....,..... er .......................................,, .........,...........v..... IV Iulvane ' McAllister, Oklahoma m, 'll I ......,. ............. x .1 KSUIIJ . .,.........,,.,..,, . ,. qMrs. tl m. Baldwinl ....,.., I-11 lll..."2ll'1ll6I' ..,. ..,.....,..................,. . ella lieu ick gMrs. Ed Westfallj ....... .,J,e,llu"lie 'CMrs. T. C. Conklinl ....., . 'Nath Shall QMrs. Will Rennickj .,...w,............,,,......... 'ter Trickey, Store ....,..........,...........,,............,........... - CLASS OF 1898 Pearl Bathurst tMrs. Luther Dugginsj .......,...,....... .......................California ....,..Arnett, Oklahoma ...........Udall, Kansas ........Miami, Florida .......,.........Mulvane ..,.........,.M.ulvane ........CHllfOl'lll2l ....,,.,Fort Smith, Arkansas Amy Dryden, Teacher ..... ,.......,.,...........................,,,.... ............... X X 'ichita, Kansas Daisy Dryden, Teacher .,....,.,,..........,,.,,,.......,.,......... ...i....,,,, N Vichita, Kansas Elizabeth Emery, Dietitian, Anna Louise Inn ...,.... ......,.......... 1 Iincinnati, Ohio Jennie Hunsaker, School Teacher ................,....,.,,, Will Miiller, Farmer ,.....................................,,..... J Bessie Nessly tMrs. H. G. Shelleyj ,............. Roy Phillips, Bank ..,,...............,.,..,.,,.......,....,, Bettie Rucker tlllrs. Dave NVOodwardJ ........ Blanche S1nitl1 tMrs. W. G. Reeder! ........... Prank Trickey ..........,.,.,,....,..,.... .........,,...,..,,.....,......... CLASS OF 1899 No Class. Course Extended CLASS OF 1900 ...,,.Fort Morgan, Colorado ...........,,.................Mulvane ............Wicl1ita, Kansas .......F0rt NVo1'lh, Texas .........Lawrence, Kansas .............,...............,Mulvane .California Cecil Trickey, Deceased. ..,.........,,,..,........................... ...........,...Y..i......... I . ' ,...,... Santa Ana, Calliornia Lydia Bernstorf, Teacher .........Y...,........,,,........Y.......,...... ,........,,,..... N Vinfield, Kansas Philip Bernstorf, Doctor .....................,....,e...........,...... .........i........... N Vichita, Kansas Louis Brown, Insurance ............,..,.............................. Los Angeles, California Sadie Gould flllrs. Frank Miillerj .,,...,...............,......... .....,.......,......,............ IN lulvane CLASS OF 1901 Gay Bathurst fMrs. Harry Moorej ......................................,.............,.............................,,.... Ella Bernstorf, Dean of Women ...............,............ Friends University, Wichita, Kansas Ruth Bundick tMrs. Nicholsl .,..............e.... ..........,.............................,..,....... C alifornia Glenn Corwine, Secretary Y. M. C. A ......., .,......,.......................,. D anville, Virginia Cl 'de Cushman ....,.,...............................,,.... .................... C alifornia y . Arthur Ferguson, Bank ...........,.e......,........ Catherine Hill tMrs. Hoy Leej .......,....,....... Maybelle Hincklc tMrs. Arthur Stubbs? ...... ..,....Denver, Colorado ....................Mulvane ........Tulsa, Oklahoma Amanda Shields .,.....,,................................,.. ...................,,,...........,. Frank Smith , ...................,.,............................... , ........., , ............,,..,......., , Earle Steele, Salesman i.i.......7,.....i.. ..,...,.,.....,.......,...... ..,......... N X 'lChlttl, Kansas Lucy Tlll'OCKlIlOl'tOll Glrs. Frank Fieldsl ...,..........,.,.. CLASS OF 1902 ...i.,..l'rotection, Kansas Bert llunsaker, Lumberman ............,,.e........................... ...... F ort Morgan, Colorado Pearl Maguire CMrs. .loe Little? ,,...........,......,.......,,..., ......i. N Voodward, Oklahoma Frank Rowland, Food Inspector .....,.,...... Mona Rucker CMrs. Philip Bernstorfl ....,.................. Mary Rucker Olrs. Mary Higginsonj ......................,.,, CLASS OF 1903 Charley Bloomenshine, Prin. ot' Grade School .,........ Lena Brown iMrs. Raymond Stuhbsl ................,...... Pearl Hill CMrs. Ernest Hixonj .,..,.......,..Y........,.... Jennie Shelly tMrs. Harry Nesslyl ..,,.... .......1.......,'l'opeka, Kansas ............XVichita, Kansas .................Mulvane ...................,,Mulvane ....,..,Emporia, Kansas ........,,,,........Mulvane ...,Y..............,,..Mulvane Ellen Stewart iMrs. Edgar Shaffer? ....,,............,,...........i,.................,, El Reno, Oklahoma Page Sixty-Seven T 4 I 1 4 KKK! . D I .5'M,H g 3 f S Q fr 4 Q ? CLASS OF 1 904 Charley Blanpied, Minister ........,....,......,,..,,,....,,..,.... George Bloomenshine, Farmer ....,. ,.....,., Dessie Brandon lMrs. Basket? ....... Sain Campbell, Bank ...........,......... Edith Campbell, Teacher .,,....,...., Ray Chamberlain, Merchant ,...,,.. Wilbur Hill, Railroad .,...,.,,,,....,, Everett Hunsaker, Banker ..,.,,...,. Herbert Nessly, Contractor ..,,.Y,............... Belle Pcnnick Cllrs. Yost? .,,.,,..,,...........,,,,,,, Florence Siegfried tMrs. C. C. Marlow? ...... Lulu Sturm tMrs. Ray Chamberlain? .........,.......,.... Albert Whitted, Minister .......,...,,,,,.........,.....i..,..........,.. CLASS OF 1905 Guy Bloonienshine, International Harvester Co ........ Forrest Butts, Banker ....,,.,....,...,.,.........,,..................... Nellie Cobb tMrs. Chas. Bloomenshine? ....,..,,.,,. Myrtle Howard tMrs. Herbert Nessly? ...,,,.. Hazel Hufbauer tMrs. Sam Kimble? ....,...... Lila Shaw IMrs. Herbert Stubbs? ........... Wiley Whitted, Teacher ......,.,Y,..........,,....................,. Herbert Stubbs, Lawyer ...........,..,,..,,..........,,......,,,....... CLASS OF 1906 Floyd Anderson, Bank ..............,..i.,........,...,,,,..........,..., Eugene Blair, Experiment Station .......,,..........,.....,. Louise Blair tMrs. Ratliff? ,,,.,,...,....... Elnora Burch Olrs. Dale Davis? ...... Theodore Citizen, Carpenter .....,.,..,.. Eva Hill fMrs. Chas. P. Miiller? ,..,,,...................,,,,..,.... Goldie Hopkins .,.............,,,............,,..,................................ .losephine Nelson tMrs. Chas. Hopkins?, Deceased ....... Daisy Pennick tMrs. Fred Parks? ..........,.,.,...,.......,.,..... CLASS OF 1907 Jesse Blanpied, Druggist ..w...,,. ..,,,i,.,.... .......,.,...,,,..,.,. Ora Brown iMrs. Wallace? ....,,, ..................,,,i..,....,. Roy Brown, Ministex '.,, ,,..,..,i...., Marie Leddy .........,..,.,,.......,.,..,. Alonzo Mctiarraugh, Bank .....,......,...,. Flossie Reynolds, At Home ....i,Y.,,...,..... Clarence Reynolds, Pet Milk Co .i........V.., Maude Thoman fMrs. .lohn Sharp? ......, . Edith Tl'2lIlVV6lll iMrs. Youel? ..,..,....,...,.........,,...,.,..,, Mable Whitted tMrs. Ernest Newton? ..,,....,,.,,..,..,.,.,,. CLASS OF 1908 No Class CLASS OF 1909 Norma Emery tMrs. Ray Ayers? .................................. Pearl Evans tMrs. Alonzo McGarraugh? ....,.......i..... Raymond Ferguson, Oil Business ....,,,....,.. Eunice Howard CMrs. A. C. Jameson? ..,,,. Daisy Mosbarger ............,..,.......,....,,.,............ Violet Rowland tMrs. Henry Wunsh? ....... Jennie Shoup tMrs. Hollingsworth? .,........,..,....,.......,. Harrison VVait .....,...,..,,,...................,.......,.....,...,..,..,.,.,.. CLASS OF 1910 Elva Bleinpied tMrs. Clarence Archibald? ..,............... Pluma Butts tMrs. Bennett Waters? ..........,....,............ Florence Burgess fMrs. W. D. Dickey? ....,,., Laura Cobb, Reg. Nurse Hospital ,..,,.... ...... Sam Farber, Railroad Agent .......,,.,......... Everett Helbert, Farmer ,,.........,.............. Gladys Hill lMrs. Chester Davis? .............. Anna Kersey tMrs. Russell Newton? .,,..... Page Sixty Eight omg .....,.New .terse ..., . ....., , ,...... Mulvam .......Augusta, Kansas ......... ..., Mulvane .. .Emporia Kansas ...,.. V. iffhm kansas ..Szflt 'Lake C' ".- Utah ..... g.... . ...!'i1iior1,ia 51.45 .ltlijlyranr ............l9t.r.smgH Kansas .......liansas is 3V M 'i'wiIff4' Beaver Citv, "lui 2453511 Q ........Omaha, ei ska ........Proteeti-Jr K sas ...Jul 'ne ...Mulvane ........................Mulvane ..............Ulysses, Kansas ......Hnerifano, Colorado ...........Ulysses, Kansas .......Wellington, Kansas .....................Cal1forn1a .......Columbus, Ohio ...............California ...............Mulvane .........0klHl'1OIll3 ......Belpre, Kansas ........New York ........Kansas City ...........Kansas City 'WSSH'l3it3g13"ACZ1'iii"6'17h'i?i Wellsboro, Pennsylvania ...............Wichita, Kansas ..............Winfield, Kansas .....................Montana ..,,,,,.Fort VVorlh, Texas ......San Diego, California Louis, Missouri .................Larned, Kansas 'Ifffiffi55LiE6'iiiiiigii5i,''iilifiaiia ................Cedar Falls, Iowa ................Wichita, Kansas ,..,.............Udall, Kansas ..Biggs, California U l1llEdgley, South Dakota ......San Diego, California .......Trinidad, Colorado .....,..........Peck, Kansas ....,................Oklahoma .......Broadus, Montana L A A , A A4 muedh -ALO LL.. 44 ,glam l ,..-'ma' if HSZ: ' N kj tg.: F 1-' .- :A s. r ,A ar. -av ' , s s ltoafzoe Kersey, lfarnier .........,............,......,. ..,,.... . Riva Kennedy Ulrs. Clarence Reynoldsb ........ .Lulu Kincaid tlllrs. Basil Bruceb .................... Ethel Mason lMrs. Raymond Ferguson! ...,.... 'l-luszsell Newton, l'lZ5I'lli0I'. ......... .... .,....,..,..... . l-lthel lfavyne fairs. Grover Farberb ......... .Ham y ffctrie ,..,.,,,.. ..,,.,,.........,,..,.,..... . , Frank lteiyiioldspl-'et Milk Co ......,.. GSeun'gf.1Smyscr, Mnlvane News ................,.........,.,,.. . Mlfflitli HIT? - l, Teacher .,,...............,,........,......,........., . ' - CLASS OF 1911 f,,,,,g pioloniew iMrs. Cliff Howardj ........,..... MLP' -,S -,nson lMrs. Ottie Storey! ........................... M in mnible Glrs. Elbert Oliverb ........,,., 'i,,Q,t,do!ii11son tMrs. Frank Shawj ....... 'g,,,+y,Sfl:ipe1' tMrs. Carol Parkcrl ...........,..,.,,... , Qsguyfrce Shoup tMrs. Roscoe Kerseyb ..........,................. f CLASS OF 1912 Alta Brown, Bank ...,.........,....,.......,,....,,....,,.,............,...,., 1 Christine Hill CMrs. Lowell Masonj ...........,.., ,,.,.. Fern Huff fMrs. Ray Eckj ..........,...............,., Lowell Mason, Orchardist and Farmer ...... Mary Mason, 'Teacher Agri. College .....,i,. Bessie Nelson tMrs. George Lappinj ...... Lulu Payne iMrs. George Cecilj ........... Goldie Shull tMrs. P. J. Fisherb .............,........... Adel Throckmorton tllrofessorl ,,,.........................,. CLASS OF 1913 Colin Campbell, Pet Milk Co. Cashier ........,..,,,,..,..... Emily Casford, Wheeler, Kelly X Hagny Inv. Co Lena Muller, Deceased .......,.,.,....,........................,...... Riley McGarraugh, R. O. T. C .....................,.,.....,..... Coral Ross, Secretary .,.,...........l. Harry Schaper, Professor ....... I' red Van Huss ,,.,,.,,,.,......... ,.... ................, , ......., . CLASS OF 1914 Harold Glaser, Teacher i.....................i............,............ Elbert Butterfield, Fox-Vliet Drug Co ........ Esther Bland QMrs. Cress Kessingerj ............. Eugene Burriss, U. S. Mail Carrier .............,..... Clara Kennedy fMrs. Ernest Thompson? ......... Ethel Throckmorton CMrs. Nate Brooksl .......,. Leon Dickenson ................,....,..........,......,.......... Hazel Wells tMrs. Hazel Sniithb .............,..,,....... CLASS O F 1915 ...................................California Wellsboro, Pennsylvania ..........l....Wichita, Kansas Louis, Missouri ........Broadus, Montana ....,,..,..............Mulvane ...........Pennsylvania ....,.....,,.,,.....Mulvane .,.....................Mulvane .,,......Newton, Kansas ,,.....Mulvane .......Mulvane .......MuIvane ....,,.Mulvane .......Montana ........,....California ,.,.,,..Wichita, Kansas ....,,..,.........,....Mulvane t,......Wichita, Kansas ....,.....................Mulvane Iowa ,..,..,.,,.,..i,.............Oklahon1a ..,,,.Blackwell,' Oklahoma ..........,,.,,NVlCl'lll2l, Kansas Valley Center, Kansas ,....i.........,,,1....Mulvane ........Wich1ta, Kansas fQfQQMLiHHaifa'nQ'lii21'h'5Z1s .......ClIlC1llIl2lll, Ohio ...............llrllllllIlVlll6 t.......YVichita, Kansas .............,.....,...Mu1vane .........................Montana l........NVellington, Kansas ...,,,,....Wichita, Kansas . ....,........,,....... Missouri ly of Fine Arts .,,............. Wichita, Kansas Laura Albright tMrs. Fred Whittedb .....,..,,..,.....,............,,................. El Dorado, Kansas Carol Shelly, Expression Teacher, Acaden ' Ruth Butterfield CMPS. lt. E. Davisl ......................,.....,..............,..,.......,.,............... Mulvane - Lockwood, Bloomenshine, Teacher ............... Susie Butts Cilrs. Sam Gardener? .,.....,..,...., George Blair, N.S,D.A. Experiment Stationtf.-...'... Rav ck, Mechanic .,,,..............,............................ Lois Foudray fMrs. Bennett Storey, .lr.J... Beulah Howard ours. John knigmlt-yy ...... John Knightley .........,..................................... Ralph Lindsey, Robinson's Store ............,...... Clara Reynolds lMrs. Allenl, Deceased ....,.,.............. Anna Maple iMrs. Anna Gray? ....,...............................,... CLASS O F 1916 Glenn Bland, Deceased .,,.... ....,...,...........,...................,.... Velma Seaman jMrs. Ray Ayers! ,,.........,..............,,.... Bernard Blanpied ..,............. ..............,. Myra Briley lMrs. Clark Parkerj .......... ........................,....California ...,,..Valley Center, Kansas ........San Antonio, Texas ...........YYichita, Kansas .......,,,..t..........Mulvane ........Wichita, Kansas ,,..,...Wichita, Kansas ,..............,....Mulvane ......Topeka, Kansas Kansas ,,..........Arkansas ........,,......Mulvane Cora Glaser lMrs. Lindley Watson! ,..,,,,. ......,, P eck, Kansas Q 'yi Page Sixty-Nina 1 S XQW5' 1 ,hu Ji1Lt.,,,-.- , , Bertha Loper tMrs. Schyhartl .................... Margaret Mason tMrs. Ernest Frenchl ..,,... Doris Shelly tMrs. Edwin Gardl .,..........,. Esther Throckinorton, At Home .,...,...... Mable XX ells, leacher ............,....,...,,,,,....,,........,,....., Vera lirving tMrs. tloodnightj ,,.,,,............,.,.....,....... f CLASS OF 1917 Dewey Farney, Carpenter ....,,. .,,,......,....,...,...,.,........... Clarence Ferguson ....,....,.,... ...........,,......,.......... Floyd .lohus, Farmer ....,.,, Rolland Johns, Teacher .Y...,...,....,,..................... Carl Kimble, Farmer ........l..,................................,.. Paul Payne, Ass't Accountant Sinclair Oil Co ..,... Paul Rutledge .,,.,..,.........................,.....,.................. Martha Brooks ...,.............,.,.....,............,..........,. Ruby Canaday Ctlrs. Glenn Millsj ......,. Juanita Nelson, Teacher ,..,.......................,.................. Doris Riggs Olrs. Crawfordj ........,,................................ CLASS OF 1918 Cecil Bidwell, Auditor Sinclair Oil Co ...........,............. llelen Blair, Teacher ..,........l,,......,............................... Leslie Brown, Salesman ..........,.....,,......., Barbara Campbell, K.S.A.C .....,........... Lillian Dickenson tMrs. Tottenj ........ Lee Eck ....,,,..,......,,...........,.......,,....,.... George llarvey, Salesman .......,......... Lucille lloward Olrs. Caldwellj ,,i,... llelen Houffh Teacher . we Alt' 'ill' ,.. , V- X ' 4 ..Xt.'ir " -id,-K1-u1:.a,, .. ....,.. al, Jvaifp f ......DCtl'0lt'.' 1 , "au ..............Wichit ......,a, ....Kansas C11 ', Kansas ..............State of Ohio .......Douglass, Kansas ...................Kansas City ..,...It1anhattan, Kansas ....................Calil'ornia ........Wichita, Kansas Wichita, Kansas .............Holten, Kansas ............'l'opeka, Kansas ,., , , ...,,,.....,,,.,,,,.., . Florence Kimble, Stenographer ....,. . ...............,. Valley Center, Kansas Cleo McBee ....................,..,....................,,......,.................,...........,,,........,................ Arkansas Cliffie Rowland ..,..,...............,,.................,,...,.....,....,...........,...................i... XVichita, Kansas Russell Throekmorton, Preaeller, Boston Theology School ....l. Boston, Massachusetts Leila Martin tMrs. lloward Sealockl ...............................,.,,...............,... XVichita, Kansas Ethel .lensen .....,.,..........Y......., ..............,.................................,,.... ....,..,................................. Ernest TllOlIlpS0ll, Teacher and Farmer .........,...........,. CLASS OF 1919 llazel Brooks .......................................,..............,............... Harold Cheatham, Merchant ....,.................................. Paul Guinn, Truck Route ...............l..................,.... George Howard, Chemist, Kansas Milling Co. ...... . Leo Johnston .....,,,........,....,....................................... William Lentz, Bookkeeper ,.............,................. COI'dlS Thompson, Teaeher ,....... Doris Thompson, Soloist ,.,...t,. Florence lrwin, Librarian ,............ XValdo Lindsey .,.....,,.....i,......,Y........,... Gladys Loper tMrs. Tom Carroll ........, Vera Riggs tMrs. Vera Whittedl ..........,.... Mary Russell tMrs. Fillmore Ripplej ....... Frank Russell, Sl2lllLl2ll'tl Oil C0 ............. Christine VVright, Clerk ....................... llope Fellers, Teacher ......,......... Lola Campbell, Teacher ...,.,.... Pearl Russell, Clerk .........,......,.... Mary XVells tMrs.vliarl Carly ...,.. Bella Robe1'tson, K.S.A.l, .......... ....,...,...............,.,.... Clyde Baughman ..............,....,. ....,.....,.......................... CLASS OF 1920 Wilda Dye tMrs. John Myersl ...,..............,..................... . Merle Farney, K.S.'l'.C ................ .,.,,......................... Alice Papes, Teacher College ..,..,.. l,eMoin Seaman, Geologist ..,,,,.,.......,..... Edna Springs, Teacher .........,........,l........... Anthony Conklin, Kansas University ......... Hazel Cheatham, At Home ...,..................... Harold Albright, 1'Zll'lIl6!' .........,,..................................................... Page Seventy .................Mulvane ................Pratt, Kansas ......XX ellington, Kansas ........Kansas City, Mo. ..................Michigan ...,,,....:,,.......Mu1vane ......Wll1tmtlH, Kansas .............,............Mulvane .....Hutchinson, Kansas ...........WViehita, Kansas Arkansas City, Kansas ..........Hill City, Kansas .......,..................Mulvane .........VVichita, Kansas ........W1ch1ta, Kansas ....................Mulvane ..............Rock, Kansas .........Wichita, Kansas ............,.............Mulvane .......Manhattan, Kansas ...Kansas City, Kansas ,...................Mulvane .......Emporia, Kansas .......Mar1on, Kansas .......................Mulvane .......................Lawrenee .............................Mulvane ....Huerfano, Colorado 1 1 CLASS OF 1921 1' 'gellasz ..,....,..................... .,.VV........A ...w,A,..,.,................. . ,.rst Love? ...... . fast-r, .lugrf-:i!1, ....A ..,. .,.... . A ' " 'olirnsl ...... .. .l lumfa 1 mln... -Ksther Ker A Hts,-.S e lioyx ard? ...... ' 'iv fff'5.l!I th 5. Y Oralj ....,,., ,. lim., Qklanaggei More ...,,..,,.... . ,. .narli-real, Pffu. Ll'enley....... wbliflw .4 Miehfner, Folic-gc ..,......, . La' - Nm wton, At Home ....,.....,, A' them... Teacher .,.....,.............. ' tiart, Clerking ......,..,......,,....,...,.,.....,........,,...,,.. . out tMrs. Lyle Minsonl ............,.,............A......... CLASS OF 1922 Orviu Russell, News Office ,..,1.......,..............,.,...v,,.,....... Bessie Huey, Teaching ,,............ ......,..........,,,.............. Belle Huey, Teaching ......,,.......,............,,.... Edna Smith, Clerking ..,......,....,,.......,,............ Ed11a'Albright tMrs. Clyde Baughmanb ..,..,,,. Elmer Rollins .,..e,,...........,....,....,,.................,,,. Mason Sealock, Ranch ...........,,i.,................. Wilma Dye tMrs. Morton? ......i. Lowell Grinstead .........,..,....... Gladys Harwood .,..............,,.. Lulu Nordeen, At Home ...,....,., Graec Perrin, College ......,. ,......... Morey Potter, College, K.U .....,... Clarice Riggs CMrs. Ball? ....,....... Harriet Robertson, College ..,...,.,.... Ruth Robertson, College ...,,i.,,,.......... Orville XVoolery, Santa Fe R. ll ....... Virginia Stubbs. Teaching ....,,......, ,..,.,......i........ XValtcr Lentz, Clerking .....,.......,..,........., ...,....,,,..... Parkhurst Love, Sears Roebuck K Co., office ,,,..,,.. Elsie Kimble. Married ,.,......,...... ....,......,.,...,,......,.,. Esther Kiimhlc, Graduate Nurse. ,,.., .. Maurme Seaman, 'leacher ....,.... ,...,........,..................... LCOII Bartliolemew ..................................,..,................,,. CLASS OF 1923 Harry Miiller ..........,.........................,,,...,,....,........ l-lazel.Howard tMrs. Harold Albrightj ........,... n lAlIlllI1lC Meyer, K.S.A.C .....,.......,,................. Leroy Johns, Berkeley University .......... Myra Potter, XVashburn College ..........V...,. Herbert Butterfield, Pittsburg College .......,. Mildred Nordeen, At Home ........ii.............. Ralph Barner, K.S.A.C .,.........,,................, Ora Campbell, Friends University ....,. Myrl Adams, Teaching ....,................. Gertrude Springs, At Home ..........., Vernon Foltz, K.S.A.C .......,...,............ Richard Hamler, K.S.A.C .....,..........,..... Nellie Martin, Teacher .,.........,,,,...........,,. Mason Potter, Telegraph Lineman ........... Edna Berger, Teacher ........,........,,,..,,............. Clarence Bruster, At Home ................,.,........... .launita Hazzard CMrs. Harold Douglasj ......., Verl .I. Throckmorton, College ..,..............,.., Bessie Mctlinnis, Eagle office .........,..i....... Harold Crum, At Home .,................. Frank Harris, K.S.T.C ............,,.,,..,.... Bertha Anderson fMrs. Lawless! ,.,,,,, Charlie Miiller, Electrical Co ..,......... Q29 .Las Vegas. New Mexico ...Kansas City, Missouri .........Manhattan, Kansas .......Manhattan, Kansas ...........NV1ch1ta, Kansas ......Kansa5s City, Kansas .......Kansas City, Missouri Kansas ..,.....Sprin,qfield. Missouri . ........................... Mulvane ........Omaha, Nebraska ......................Mulvane .........Levant. Kansas ........YVichita. Kansas ...................Mulvane W.................1.Mulvane ........VViehita, Kansas ........XVichita, Kansas .............Kansas City .........Kansas City ......Kansas City .............California ........................Florida ........XVichita, Kansas 1Cl1ltEl, Kansas .......................Mulvane .............Xv1CllllZl, Kansas ..............l.awrence, Kansas ...................Hill City, Kansas .......Los Angeles, California .......Los Angeles, California ne ...Arkansas City ......................,.....Mulvane ........Kansas City, Missouri ..............VV1ch1ta, Kansas ........Wichita, Kansas ...,....Att1ca, Kansas ...................C2lllf0I'IllZl .......Oakland, California .......Hucrfano, Colorado ......Manhattan, Kansas ......................California .......Washburn, Kansas .........Pittsburg, Kansas ......................Mulvane .......Manhattan, Kansas ........VVichita, Kansas ......................Mulvane .........................Mulvane Manhattan, Kansas ..,...Manhattan, Kansas ......................Mulvane ............Topeka. Kansas ............................Mulvanc ......Bellc Plaine, Kansas ......Belle Plainc, Kansas ...Boston, Massachusetts .............Wichita. Kansas ......................-...Mulvane .........lLlllDOI'l2l, Kansas ......Belle Plainc, Kansas ........Oakland, California l age Seventy One 1 Q . avr jEsther XVells, At Home .......,... Henry Seekalnp, K.S.A.C ....... Harold Douglas, Farmer ............... Myrtle Carl, At Home ...................... Marion Albercrombie, At Home .,...,.. Ruth Foster, At Home ..,..............,..,,...,....,..........,....,.., CLASS OF 1924 Raymond Poore, Santa Fe R. R .............,.,A........,.,,..,., Reuben Coffey, K.S.'l'.C .....,...........,,..............,............. Grace Starlin, Teacher ............,.............. Mona Stewart tMrs. Ivan Whitey ,,.....,, Della Dye, Stenographer ......,..,..,,..,..,.,. Olive Russell tMrs. Lynn Burris? ......... William Sumpter, Farmer .........,.....,. Vera Loper, Teacher .....,.....,....,..,..,. Florence Lambky, Teacher ............................ Robinson Conklin, Elevator ........,...........,........ Dorothy Foudray tMrs. Earl Wentworthj ....i,,. Conly Rogers, Salesman .......,.......,..................... Pauline Parney, K.S.T.C ..........................,..,.,. Rlan-che Rollins, Working .,......,................., Leslie Carter, K.U .......,,......,............................. Ruth McMunn tMrs. Lloyd Prillimanj .,.,........,....,....,.. 'llelen Sattertliwaite, Friends University .....,................. OF 1925 CLASS Mildred Anderson, Teacher .,.....,.......,................,,.,........,, Katherine Davey, Teacher ,,.......... .,,.........,..,...,,,.....,... . David Harris, Santa Fe ..........,.............,.....,..... Linnie Eeearius tMrs. Verne Coovert ..,... Forest Rovvlhy, Friends University ...,......, -Mary Anderson, Teacher .....,.....t,..........,... Clifford Blair, At Home .............,......., Ralph Meyer, K.S.A.C ..,,,............,......,. Dyral Minson Ctlrs. John Brownj ..,,,,, Marion Rhodes, At Home .........,.,.............. Lela Putman, Stenographer .......,i....,........... Margaret Robinson, Beauty Specialist ,..... Lawrence Reder, Pet Milk Co .....,....i...... Beulah Coleman, At Home .........................., Bertha Hunter, Stenographer ............,............ Leonard Crum, Post-Graduate at M.H.S ..,.... Bonnie Harwood, Stenographer ....................... Margaret Higginson tMrs. Mike Rhodesb .....,. Nellie Long, At Home ,,,.....,,,.....,.,..............,....... Raymond Mcliee, Fairmont College ..,.......,,....,.., 'Rachel Putman, Mo. State Teachers College ........ Elizabeth Russell, K.S.A.C ....................,.......,.....,. Russell Stanley, Truck Driver ....,... bane VVilcox, Druggist ..,.................. ' elen Storey, Stenographer ...... Myrtle Urban, At Home ..,......... 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