Nevada High School - Nevamo Yearbook (Nevada, MO)

 - Class of 1927

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V V V3-.gf-ik "" '-...VH-A .4 - 'V.. 4' - ..., -V..,VV: -ag, A ima- ' VV,, Y .V-lr .V yy, . yJg!.,,y.,, M V,yV,x5.,.,-. l V gg ',V.giVf:V,?f "LV,3gf' ,.5V'V 5,-54...-.i.. was V . 1, 5 A 7 ,Q v ,x , ,E V- Am., .V M' . V -A , VV N., -V , .. f.. V. Q. . h ,,,,. QQ... V -. +I ' 'fi .-7 1 , ,V .,,' Q.--,.. - nc- V.. V-4.4 . .a , ti-1' -u . . 1 . + V. +L ff, ,. vw. --N ,, ,VW "Spb, ,, 5. ,cf . V , W.. iff .. SSL," VT? '- '77 ' ' iff! --nftv-.lNVw'52T5V'5,i'::V. 'tww 'V-M iw' fi 1 if 5?qi'!xWf, QQ X15 ' N f ff A . Q J , Ak KQ4 ?' 4 1 jo i XX Xfk' 'jf' WW I, N' 0 Ulu um nun 'NWN -, ,rn - s The Comet A '1927 ' The Annual Publication V E ofthe Nevada High-Schopl ' Nevudd, l' Volums22' I V elf' THE CITY OFKFOUR--OPEN GA S Q. iw, - , . .A., M,-f ,.,w5.,g W shi'-Y' .11-2123:-1. Ju - . . A .1 , ,. 1 5 -Q 4 eu- -ef Aix" fn' "Q f 4' Q it J 1 if In presenting the 1927 Comet, we have tried to'convey a true picture of school lifwone that will furnish pleasure and enter- tainment to all who read it, as well as to present a picture of the City of Four Open Gates. May this book be a reminder of the happy days of 1926-1927. in-5 Q 1 - ' 11- 2 fl - Fl ...4 THE CITY ox? FOUR OPEN GATES fe-ffl 3, . W 1 ii f-S ii 4iv. .az i- .hi ' T. DEDICATION U 5 L To that community whose citi- ' 5 zens have made possible this annual, and every other activity N ff' 3:3 - 1'-2. -,.,.1-. 1 ? -1 nl, V f Y ff. we have undertaken, the City orf QEJQHH QNX? 3 Four Open Gates, we respectively ,ff Q! m.t.u1! :,-fu dedicate this volue. 3 .fvig I al - f Q, sr- ' , P -- A Y F? 'tml T. C Q 'IEEE A'-lx V31 - uf' , ' , A.',-Aga ..,' "" , -' '- .gp .saga Qian? it 5' ' ' 'w i' ,xg J . ,1 - -v ' Tre i ' -. I if J' Q 'Agana 1 - ' ' I 11'-3 .ik UW Qu 4 In 2 . if iii 55" Q' ' as-LE I , wtf as f . Q Q i I so S fr 9 1 .V --.' M A ' 217' f Zigi, , .. .':ip,,'3,3gy, Pisa? : :-- e . g f , THE CITY OF FOUR OPEN GATES p ,I CONTENTS I The School ,II Athletics III School Life IV Advertisements Qs- gi Q'- THE CITY OF FOUR OPEN GATES t it THE commm THE scHooL Nevada High is a school to be proud of. We have many advan- tages and opportunities that many schools, the size of ours do not have. We have, in the first place, a splendid faculty of the highest type of teachers. They understand the pupils' needs 'and wishes and fulfill them as far as possible. Next, we have a splendid student body. No high school in Missouri has a student group that works any better together or is any prouder of their school than the student body of good, old N. H. S. Then, we have splendid buildings, good equipment, many choices of studies andglast, but not least, a beautiful and well kept campus. ' With all of these advantages and pleasant surroundings we have a well satisfied student body. Everyone realizes that after we com- plete high school we must separate from our friends with whom we have journeyed through many years of school work and so let every- one make the best of their opportunities and get behind and boost old N. HL' S. 1 9 2 7 uni.. gli H i ' 'EIT --- , W V I Y P 65 E glin.-....HfJ',X .fJ,.,.j Mm 'I if !z- Of 0 - 41- W- E :nz gf U 1 4 -O L 5 kl K BOOK ONE . - 5 A -.wiv-l . , '- .. ' l The School ' L ""1'-ff: , ma Eg lj ' , 2 If E ' f lu I ff: Q RH' - X ..'. 1 , Q - O LIN ' F 1141 rwql.-f3'1jf5F3v-17 "1FL'm Lgfizx Kilim 1-', mx , I i' fu" - .A 5, X 2 1 . I,f,:" , --I ,, 3' gf 'I " B Q WA? , I' vu, V 'xl Q ww J O ' 1 ffm-"' 'O' gf' Ex! Ill gl 'M,, . I O V ., Qu' 5 ffz f ,ll New ff O' 3154 Y X Z ff -'E-v fa: M, THE CITY OF FOUR OPEN GATES . ' N "T QW . ..' .. 3 ' - l--- E ' afA ll-f N.,--'.. ,, , -. ' 4 -: '-X.-1 Q" ,'. . L7',- ' S-1 -?.i- "a, 3 , if 'L ,".f' t .,.f- f ,uf :--H- -1" R ,QQ ,,. .,. JL, f --+53 - Q L lv ,, J . . 4 .fllwf +g+f?- Off- T K '4"5r'v O- fi -757-'v'7'TL 1 -L'S: i ' , O O f . P ','vwP'f ' .. 'v ,.. U K- S A- V - f p 4 ,Z, Q.. W 1:,,.t'i.,,' Y:-41-1 Y, , .2 , , f 4' , -' T Y - - - , ,r , . --- ,S fwfr- ,H 1 u. ' ,, - H W-, , , V ,,, ., .,,, M me ,Ag UQ 'V , N K V a A ,EA 1 A ,Q L 1 , v. A 5 ix L" 5 y. , . .'.'e,.. QA X V s V . LZ " i 4. n , . 1. -ff". f ,Qi iff! .' ,ff ff M4 W, 14 sf- U! QWK , ,. 'Q ' ?S Wg F. . - 'Q' inn F4 .my 1 ,mf-x if NN5, Mfr am --- fx .. nf-wH1"r+HH 'Hz' ' "1 'H' , ' V1 www C Ng t Z f X' n u .!.?M2A7f 'IIV 'lL q e X,!:7 , ' 'ff I xx Q ' ff' ' A ', - R' oz O J X 0 E 4, .4 ol .HH 4Hf4fa.n4.up ,44 HH4.H1..q,.g,s3,g,.3,.1.,.,4HNs4.q,044-414 ' if 5 3 'L " MEIN, , , A .-. 'Wt " ' ' 2 R .ww ,fz3L..m,S.f. 'l'I Ili QIONIEVI' CI YDR H. O'UHT,I, .................................. Superintendent B. S. in Education. University of Missourig Kansas State 'I't'1lChl'l'S College, Pittsburgg University of Kzmsusg K. S. A. C. :zz l'11mx 111 mm HCINI ...A...............................,...... 1 li N ln lnlm dim: XI S 'l' l'- fsxpv fiil'Jll'llt'Illl1 A. Nl. lvnixw 3 ,FN , quTTU?CXMWETHEEEEEEHHEQHSZQU THESCHOOLBOARD No finer body of men can be found anywhere in the state of Missouri, than our school-board. All of these men have been suc- cessful business or professional men for many years in Nevada, and' have done much for the advancement of our city and schools. These men realize the needs of our school and have filled them, until we now have one of the finest schools in the state. Through our school board, we have an excellent faculty, up-to-date buildings, good equip ment and a wonderful cooperation between the faculty and students A To the following members of our school-board, G E Logan, J H Studer, Fred Dilgert G A. Kaupp, Dr J. M Yater and A N Forney, we wish to extend our smcere thanks for their cooperation and interest, in our school and we wish them success in all of their under mmm ph U"1927 . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . Lx T3 ,., . ,,,-Q..,,,:f,,,z.., , iw.,--: 'zfef..1..uw2i ' ,. M' f-, H . , .- - ..-,z ir: V: ,Q .if ,. .4 Iv. f ,-1,07 , 1 -. fZ1l2llRll5fllYfJl5lll3ll3llFlRll3l il iwilliliililliliillillillgllgl 14 : 74 - - V14 14 . l l. L4 l l. 444 . 4-4 4 4 A 414 .Y P24 514 P24 424 A '14 f V A 41 474 4' 43 ,,, 41 ,Z 'A4 .2 .'4 - . 4 4 .-. 1 . 43 414 ' '4 MRS. VIRGINIA SYMNS, English M A. A., Cottey College. B. S. in Education. 414 W ' - M. S. T. C., Wax-reneburg. 4.4 P. 4 ' P. 4. 4. 444 97 -4 ,. 44 F 1 . 4 4 4 4 4 4-4 5.4 4 4 4 4.4 444 L4 4.4 ' 4 ,. 4. 414 414 'E' RUTH WEEDFALL, Physical Education 4 gl B. S. in Education, University of Missouri. 4 414 V4 '24 P24 PI4 L. E. OLIVER, Physical Education B. S. in Education M. S. T. C., Springfield iff .31 MRS VIRGINIA OLIVER History B S m Education M S 'I' C Springfield NLLL DORMAN Shorthand and Typlng B S ID Education M S T C Springfield MRS EDNA McGOV'NEY Home Economics B S in Education M S T C Wu-remburz .14 .54 '24 P21 P24 434 . 414 . . , 434 I 434 . . ' , .... , . P24 .44 . 4. .34 434 . '24 'E '24 '2 414 bf 414 'Z 414 4 '34 ' , ' 'I4 4 414 . . ' ' .... . . 4 F14 4 '24 424 414 .14 '24 .14 'I4 '24 .34 . 54 ' ' 4:4 , . . U .... , . .34 'Z4 4 414 P 4 .il 4 '24 YI4 ' '14 '24 nfl '24 '24 .34 414 '14 424 414 424 4 424 .Q 4 1 9 2 7 414.141,WW,Z.4,Z,,E..,.,W4.,M,3.,3.,3..,,..,3.,,... P4 R 11 P1 11 L1 il H 11 '1 .1 .1 .1 11 .1 it .1 .1 .1 U 5-1 be 51 .1 .1 .1 11 F1 Q1 11 .1 1 .1 .1 .1 P1 11 .1 1 1 1 P 1 FAU' A "-124151141 r1?I1'1i1W1lI1iI11Zl1. ''KlllilllilliilifH311IXNXHXHXI1XlNllXlf!G!XIlXillXllXIlXlMD?lD?lDilI1flIT1lli T H E 1 1 1 .4 .-1 P11 P21 H1 A ss ZIEEZIEWQIJMIJ 0lWfX1Dill?QDxlf!iJl2illTKll21lB1lliiI lE1ilf2?I5ilD'ilIXH50f5Q-I ANNA L. CLACK, Social Science 1 B. S. in Education M. S. T. C., Warrensburg. A Graduate School, Missouri University. A KATHERINE CULLERS, Teacher Training I B. S. in education M. S. T. C., Springfield. I A. M., University of Missouri. Z RICHARD TAYLOR, Physics - Mathematics I EG V1 I 4 r P 4 5 1 1 1 V1 1 1 V1 13 F3 K1 il Ki X V1 K1 FZ! 6 1 V1 V1 l 1 E1 V1 1 1 K1 311 K1 V1 V1 1 1 5 1 1 1 5 1 P 1 r 1 1 1 P 1 1 1 p 1 P 1 Q 1 L1 B. S. in Education M. S. T. C.. Springfield. E1 X 51 D51 E DON COPLEN, Manual Training S. T. C., Pittsburgh. - 1. L1 1:1 E1 lil E I5 F E1 E RIQMA THOMPSON, Bookkeeping S B. S. in Education M. S. T. C., Springfield. ' University of Chicago. E9 E21 611 F1 BERENICE BOYD, English and Latin 2 A. A., Lindenwood College. A. B.. University ,sh of Michigan. L Ei E1 E1 X El .1 bil V1 V1 W D 1 P 1 p 1 'fl E! 111 PI' K1 5 1 .Zi F1 5 1 P 1 1 1 . 1 . 1 r 1 1 1 9 2 7 mm1:1E151.11111.21-21121-11.11-21.11.11 .11 521351111151 1 wx 1 51 I -i'I1PZ1'Z1'Ie :Iii-!If'I1C1 i1'ItrZ1rI1iI1 'wt 4 1 NETTIE ALLBRIGHT, English ' B. S. in Education M. S. T C., Cape Girar- denu. , MRS. YVILSON, Study Hall B. S. in Education, S. T. C., Pittsburgh. I ELDQN c. JONES, Music Band 7th U. S. Cavalry lkezulu- Army? 4 Band 18th U. S. Cavslry Qlhgulsr' Armyl. 54 Texas Conservatory of Music. 1.4 114 F11 H MRS. ZELMA EICHINGER, Secretary 1 MRS. NELLIE INWOOD, Librarian Ifi I5 'Il 'Zi IJ ii I Ifi "-"3" 1 1 1 1 1 1' "1"'1' 1'1"1"'1 1"4"4"4 1 7 - '- una f ' ' " 'dv v 4 M' 1' ' 1 4 4 ' N N M me kb -' bi N " 1 v M , . - Q- , L ' .nv 1 J...-2 1' 2 ., If W . f -fr. fx, , 1 x -1 --v ,, . ,. 1 1 y J W 5455,-, ff 1 4 E' v. E g , P. ri Qu r e' 1,4 sw. L M, ,1 r if , IQ E. Q E1 '- 4 5 1 .1 THE COMET ,. , :S W.. 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The good ship "Freshman" often found the rea rough and narrowly escaped running upon the shoals but always the crew worked manfully and the ship was saved. May 19, the cry of "Land! Land !" brought the crew and passengers scrambling to the deck and after the ship anchored safely in port the crew and pas- sengers were given a furlough of three months. Nearly every member was eager to secure a position on the new and better ship which was to leave port in September 1925 and their applications were gladly ac- cepted at headquarters. This ship, "Sophomore," had an able crew composed of Miss Callaway, Guide and Helmsmang Warren Mosely, Captain, William Sterett, First Mate, Vesta Young, Recorder, and Viola Murphy, Purser, and they guided it safely through the many dangers of the journey. The crew of the "Junior Ship" was Miss Winnberg, Helmsman and Sponsorg Warren Mosley, Captain, Gay Barton, First Mate, Henrietta Hartsook, Recorderg and Elmer Jackson, Skipper. Here the voyage was begun in earnest. All through the journey the Class of '27 was represented in all the activities and made a remark- able showing. In September, 1926, the "Senior Ship" sailed from port Nevada High School out into an unknown sea. Now the sailors began to feel their importance, and they chose a crew capable of handling such a worthy ship. The Commander of the great fessel was Miss Clack, and the Captain, William Steretti who like the merry pirate of old commanded his ship with a firm and authoritative hand. As First Mate for the Captain, Lewis Canaday was chosen. The record of the voyage had to be kept enclosed in parchment that would weather the ages so that future generations might profit by the superior knowledge gathered by the crew and passengers of- this great ship, therefore the quill and ink were assigned to James Stratton. Ocean trade was profitable business and, too, there was always the chance of finding hidden treasure, so it was necessary for Lorine Wolfe to care for and conceal the wealth that the "Good Ship" acquired. Often the crew and passengers became discouraged and asked "What shall we do?" hoping to receive instructions to turn back, but always came the answer, "Sail on! Sail on! and on !" The Red and White still waved gloriously over the remain- ing ones. The "Senior Ship" captured every banner and every flag, besides many individual awards. One or two of the sailors who suffered from lack of adventure plunged into the whirlpool of matrimony and were never more to be seen pacing the decks of the ship. Then finally there came into view on the horizon "Port Graduation" the termin- al port of the four-year voyage. Laughter and joy prevailed but a few tears were shed because the sailors and passengers were to separate and board the many doubt- ful ships called "The Future." DOROTHY INGLES. M va .Ji ,e, J as ,Q 1 1 Iiihililaej .24.Z4vZ4.I4a2 rldril siiilliii X 1 9 2 7 m5j1'gg,ggF .34 14,mv-gym ' X " 1 ' .4 '-.e:,f.q,:-4.44. ,. . ,V PFI 1 4 A x I P l .. l3ill81L8JlB4 n4eZ4 424214414414 I 920- I B x -441443 f4fE4'rZ4rZ4431F4r24F454 mm E4rf4E44:44:4414 'J 4:4 4:4 4:4 f E14 Z4 E5 mg ' Fi if 921 53 dlp E4 11 ' H4 , :' ' ,H P41 4 v E' cs, 'E' 45: fx ' 414 :gl ' gt 'ff E. 15' 54 4:5 IZ' L14 tl sp .1 'I L21 ' 1? 4 '34 , ,, .31 353 4 '31 424 f E4 'E' 414 :az - F L25 - F ,f, ef' A V LQ 'J A ' fx QI 'v xg: F71 'J i' 414 fs' - .14 fl' f , S E4 4 A 4. 414 ':' 'I If Q35 '1' . ' eff iii 1 . ffi iii 4:4 2' , 5:4 414 , P3 E4 A 4:4 431 414 HQ EI! gg 414 EB 514 LE U ' IIC P3 gf ' 4:4 pq, Pl up 11 :ff 4 I if V' 31 ,, , -54 2 : K 4 E22 sfq SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS F34 Q 3 " ' si, Mi? WILLIAM STERETT LEWIS CANADAY If v f ' ' 11 fy ,"' Presldent Vlce Presldent 3. A 154: - pf, my 4:4 . A ANNA L. CLACK if Z 42 Sponsor Q W P -' ' .4 f ff, JAMES STRATTON LORINE WOLFE Eg Q - A Secretary Treasurer 51 ' E2 E1 W. . Cl - ' 414 , 414 .: 414 'E' ' 'lf' 4:4 gf I tif 54 1 - I I4 " R2 Q2 ' C4 N 514 -1 E4 i' 'M I ' if 4:4 33 by A gl Lg ,cl A E 1 I , gf, 5 8131 812 1 9 2 7 IJEI EIEJIE X 1145441 45454 uiI1iI44+Z4fZ 'Z' ' ' A fIl'3ggf5 , v 1,5 K , -as E ,u :fn ,v . T , . :y.f'y.,.. ., - . I f -1: - ' gg.. .-,A -A V fxlunimfiux. 4 M hm .' '- sQ'L,'. ' ' Y 4.1 P14 ., El 1 El Ll ll! ' MARTIN CRIGLER A : Class President 24' Debate Team 27' Foot- I ball Letter 27' National Honor Society Edl- , 2 - tor-In-Chief Comet 27' Editor-In-Chief Crim- f son and Gray 27 ' Oratory Gold Medal Contest ? Spring Festival' Springfield Festival 26. 5- MABLE LANL 3 3' Rssknbsll squad 25 26. , El -J - .1 ffl FLORENCE MCCLANAHAN 5 r Chorus '28, '24: Glee Club '24: Orchestra '26, A ' '27, 'r. E. C. '26: T. T. C. '2'4. , .4 43 : gl FLOYD DAHMER g 'fl "4 Usher '26: Athletic club '25, I 4:4 414 9 414 g El . 4z4 g E33 CHARLES STREICH F Theory of Games '24. ill , 4:4 g 'B LOIS SHARP 1 W1lIY1l 4.EMl l8JEl4BlE8lEIL2.QlliEI23l IZ3 EZlI2.ilErlElE R444g5g44xqgg,g4gg4g4g4434 Qfxg44g4g1LgJ1g44Sf4 Efglijrmimrig 43 D14 C, xx 4.4 3G " 44 Im Q54 Ll H - 44 ,, 44 4 'vl 4 'l 1 V4 l 4 . 4 4 4 , . . E : 4 4 , ' 4 1 ' 1 1 I lj . 44 H 44 , 44 Pl I . . 44 4 ' ' 44 4 44 4:4 4'4 V4 44 44 44 4'4 44 44 44 51 44 44 Ki 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 Ll rl L4 Ki ll E43 Class Treasurer '24: Dramatics '26: Glee 7 FQ Club '27: Operetta '27S PGP Club '27: Presi- f dent T. B. C. '26: T. T. C. '27. 454 'E' Q' S 5 GRACE HOAG 43 El Orchestra '25, '26, '27: Dramatics '27: Spring E1 El Festival '25, '26, '27: Springfield Festival 5 El '26: Chorus '24. ' Z4 54 ELDON ANDERSON Q D A 54 First Aid '24: Glee Club '26: Operetta '26. ,. fl - .- L El 57 T! s El hi Ei El ff' CARSON MOSS gg 5 Class Play 27 Sailor 5 i ANNA MARGARET BOATRIGHT 5 'A Neealecmfr 24- Spelling comes: zs 26' 7 ' Librarian 27' W. C. T. U. Theme '24 'I' fi . .. ,. g 4 4 E 44 44 P4 Q U , , 4 . V4 4 ' ' l Q 44 fl 44 I 1 5 4 4 44 3 A 44 53 Ii 4'4 4,1 :4 .. 4.4 G 44 4 4 :tl l 'sl 4.44.44.44:443444444444244z4.4Z44:44444.4.443441444144144z444i444z444r44 .4 14414514 1 9 2 7 EE BMMMM giiilllillifllliIl!!ll!!IlXli26liXlWMWWlWWlWUfllW51'D?lRllifilElD1lIilE 22'ISSNliillXlIXID11fillDil511liflDilli!!liXll3flii.!ll!ii?S.l5ilNLi3'RllilIEMlir2j4 E ' 351 Eg Ki 2-2 V4 . lzi 4 Igi LUDWELL DUNKIN fi 'Qi National Honor Society: Glee Club '26: News 'gi Editor, Crimson and Gray '27. If! fi ri 53 'eg ii 'A 9 ggi MARY FERN CRAWFORD bl! Basketry '24: Glee Club '26, '27: Operetta PE! "Windmills of Holland" '27: "Polished Peb- in P54 bles" '26: Dramstics .26, '27. gg E3 in , Ei VIOLA BELLE MURPHY QQ pf Typing Awards '26, '27: Shorthand Club Prize tg '27: Dramatics '26, '27: Dramatic Plays '26, EB '27: Class Treasurer '25: Class Play '27 "Mrs. ' l'Iargra.ve." Fl PZ! 5, 5 HAROLD PIERCE E2 pg Perfect Attendance, '24, '25, '27: First Aid P54 pg '241 sieek Judging '25. Pg? X E LESTER MADDING ' Chorus '24: Stock Judging '24: Spring Festi- val '27. ii . Ei ,x ix! VIOLA ROHRBOUGH 54 Glee Club '26, '27: Dramatics ,27: Spring Q ' . Festival '27. 53 H S Q . Ei LORINE WOLEE Q ,ij Chorus '24: Glee Club '26: Operetta '26: Class 35 Treasurer '27: Typing Awards '26, '27: Spring Festival '26: Lincoln Essay '26. V 31 A. E, s iii JAMES STRATTON Q gi Rssebsn Capt. '24, '25, '26, '27: Usher '26, rg: W '27: Dramatics '26, '27: Dramatic Plays '27: gi Class Secretary '27: Athletic Reporter '27: Eli gg Class Play '27: "Doctor." J: X . F39 vii E Q11 GEORGE PICKRELL E1 IE Fleading Circle '24: Dramatics '27: Pep Club E ggi '27: Vice-President, Home Room '27: Class E Ei Play '27, "Captain." W 51 fi lui 511 121 VIOLET VVILSON 'fl Bsskeirv '24: W. C. 'r. U. Then-ie '24: Spring 'ggi , Festival '26: Typing Awards '26, '27: Short- :ij hand Awards '27: Perfect Attendance '24, El '26, '26. fig ' V -- - -Y-H - ----- - rm PQ E43 x S' X x 'I' 19 xt LK! llil iidix:in1lidlm1xiisalandinnsImirxnuindmlmiE1ndlxilsimnflmvsiurlnfllzxilxxlrxiixliz 1 9 2 7ZilrrlllrlEIKlikflirillrillrilililirflililllilllrllkrllKU2rI1!QJ,KlLXllXllXllxllrillxllxllfjlgllxlliilbilillixsf lXalHlD5JMIKlIxllxlIKllBllXll!lll.1IMDQIEIQZIIXIIIZIEMIXIDQD if1MDI!lxiiikiixllxllxlbillxllix1fxilDtllr0fXlWIY0fiGIxi1riilNxuxlixllxlxvJ WILLIE JONES Entered from Milo in 1924. NINA PICKARD Drarnatics '26, '27: Dramatic Plays '26, '27: Gold Medal Contest '26, '27. EN4 ozm: Missouri State Letter Winner: Gold Medal Contest '26: Basketball '26, Captain '27: Glee Club '25, '26, '27: Operetta '25, '26, '27: Dramatics '27: Peppy Dozen '26, '27. WAX NE HALL Orchestra '26, '27 . LEONARD HESTER Stage Crew '27: Ass't. Business Ballmer T. T. Echoes '26: Operetta "Windmills of Hol- land" '27: W. C. T. U. Theme Prize '26, T. B. C. '26: T. T. C. '27, Basketball Squad '25. LA VERNE FOSTER Chorus '24, Dramatics '26, '27, Typing Awards '27. PANSY FLUKE Dramatics '26, '27: Needlecraft '24: Typing Awards '27. VVARREN MOSELEY Class President '25, '26: Football '24, '25, '26: Glee Club '25, '26, '27: Gold Medal Contest '24, Winner '27: Dramatics '26, '27: Operetta '26, '27: Usher '24, '25, '26. BRAXTON DAVIS Basketball Squad '25: Football Squad '25, '26: Orchestra '25, '26: Spring Festival '26, '27: Advertising Manager Crimson and Gray '27: Advertising Manager Comet '27: Springfield Festival '26: Class Play, Corine Smiley. CORINNE SMILEY 4 4 wo f lr lE El2llXlQ1JDLl ElDSl lXll?JDfl5 1 9 2 7 lillil lilifllfgliilkillilii EEE IElEQ1JC3f!lMD1Jl!Ql!QiXlDi'l30lNllXl1X1 1 i fl M 7. V. nf bl 1 .7 'Q '1 7. 'Y P1 N pi is ya it l 7. M P1 I4 H Q4 '1 I4 vi H I fi fi .4 V1 H H P1 yi L1 P1 Q4 51 H 61 p4 M 51 H P4 P4 Pl P44 fl ll H H P4 P1 H pf '1 U1 if n M P1 H H fa V4 Q4 61 54 D4 'Y 1 Q4 ll? gi Vi fl Ls Li H Yi 51 L4 Pt '4 nl bl H H H H U H Fl Vi Vi H Vi '.nL.n..c.1.f.,.f. , -. ..lsl.... lt.. W Bl3lZEHEE8IlilElEWI3Q1M Ml' -..XIV .1 el 1 iW1lmM4rf . fl in H V? P 614 4 ga V1 tl E1 gl 1 i4 P4 . , . , . , 54 , fl U 5. F4 Q1 BILLY STLWART First Aid 24' Noisy Dozen 24 25' Pep Club 27. GENEVA CREEK Typing Awards '26, '27, DOLORES SCHWENCK High School Yell Leader '27: Dramatics '27: Dramatic Plays '27: Pep Club '27: Camera Club '24: Basketball Squad '26: Crimson and Gray '27: "Alice," Senior Class Play. DELMAS DONNELLY RAY DAVIS Stock Judging '24: Dramatics '27: Stage Manager '27. GLESSNER TRUE Orchestra '25, '26, '275 Spring Festival '25, '26, '27: Springfield Festival '26: Home Nursing '24: Dramatics '27: Typing Awards '26, '27: Band '27. IRENE DEININGER Chorus '24: T. B. C. '26: T. T. C. '27: Lincoln Essay '26: D. A. R. Oontest '26: Dramatics '27. ELMO DONNELLY Glee Club, '27: Orchestra '25, '26, '27, Senior Baseball Captain '27. LEWIS CANADAY Track Squad 24' Dramatics 25 26' Dra- matics Play 27' Vice President Class 27' Order of Gregg Artists 27' Typing Awards 26 27' Class Play 27 Billy . LADINE EATON Entered from Moundville 26. ,. I ' 1 ' . V 7 I P4 . 6 V rzwzwzeozlmwfzwtf-tamqaqaizifzasaiiafzi-1-in-fe-mm 1 7 Hmmm- q.f3ggg54w14.3..g,.3.qvzf-:ww t egg ' Q Y? ,359 . . L! E i. w 7 xx ' w l 7, lv , Z 2 7 f S' . u p 1 . 1-Q1 T It 7. 1, Vp t L , 6 'l H vw tip x 'F 5 5' .-ff 1-21 K 2. K- .. i X : 5 H 2 2 X 3 2 R R 2 R R 3 5 R R E 5 R R 2 Z R E E 2 5 X X R Ax, K A 2 R 'fi xi R R Z! X X H E xi? .ZH x Xl Jw .Xl 31 ,f Xi BQ E 2 fi, B X' 53 535 N IX If E sri EI! F, K' Si Af, A59 g ELMER JACKSON National Honor Society 3 Usher '26 : Head ,Ki E14 Usher '27: Spring Festival '24, '25: Orchestra lm Y '24, '25s Vice President Class '24: Class it ii Treasurer '26. E JEAN STUDER National Honor Society: Spring Festival '24, I '26: Dramatics '26, '27: Dramatics '26, '27: QQ QQ Dramatic Plays '26, 'zvg winner W. c. 'r. U. 251 QQ Theme '25, Class Play '27, "Stewardess". ggi w A FI! A E: KATHRYN MASON , ,, Q24 Camera Club '24: Peppy Dozen '24, '25, '26. ' 51 '27: Comet '26, '27: Dramatics '27: Dramatic P3 .54 Elzays '27, Glee Club '26. 'mg opel-em '26, W ' , .. 53 H PB JOHN MESPLAY g Gatekeeper '25: Usher '26, '27: Typing Award Qi 26: Baseball '25, '27: Commercial Club '26, E T ' 7. E GEORGE EBBS E21 gi gusiness Manager Comet '27 3 Advertising ' 4 anager Comet '26 : Dramatics '26. '27 : S Dramatic Plays '26, '27: Football '27: Noisy X Dozen '25, Class Play '27 "Sam Eustace." X V RUTH KEY Ei gpellgig tflgnterst 62521126 :G?tud6:1tb Forumo'26 : E resi en . . . ' : ee u '27: PG - Saga "Windmills of Holland" '27 Dramatic 31 HENRIETTE HARTSOOK A- E Basketball '25, '26, '27: Secretary Class '26: , I E gtar 27: glass Paay 'gzeatrice Sg:,ane" '27: L51 A. rama ic sys , 7: eta et '27: 'X' X Southwest Missouri All-Sgr 'gg Clzs Play, Bl J 66Beatri3e , Sloane" '27 : Operetta, "Polished Wi H Pebbles, 26. , . fl? gzrl Q EVE LYNN DAIL gg Q Associate Editor Comet '27 : Crimson and M gray Stagfg Igatisinal Honor Society: Student 3 orum ' 6: res man R rte Co t '24: 1 Accompanist Operetta '25,e?2c:S. '27: Cite Club .. E: Accmnpanist '25, '26, '27: TYDing Team '26. DUDLEY CARR I v Associate Editor Crimson and Gray '27: Pep Fi 5 glub '27 3 Usher '27: Class Play '27 "Hn Har- 55 rave." . . M gg RUTH HOWARD Ei Q Chorus u '24 3 Glee Club '25 : Operetta '25g Drsmatxcs '26. '27 f C' Q X' 59 g ea S 2 E! ffl ' Ki 5: A EI! Eli .31 Ei Q3 xxxxxx x xnxx xx xx xx x xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxmxllxxllxil' fi5llEiXlli1lP1lDiJi2Glfll' ll 'll lUl!QMlidljDXlD1lL ll ll IUIIQNVII lli4lXli' lbrll ll? 1 9 2 7 iiwlfilwbillklmliibilmwlJMUUUULHLJDZJLJLJL ll ll ll li ,I il i, ll v National Honor Society: Debate Team '27: Q Winner D. A. R. Medal '26 Crimson and Gray 3 '27: Dramatics '27: T. T. C. '27: Extempor- Q aneous Speaking '26. 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 1 gf WILLOUGHBY DADE 3 4 4 1 4 I 4 -A-noi. 3 I DAREL GRIFFIN E' Debate Club '24: Orchestra '25, '27: Usher Z '26, '27: Football '27: Dramatics '26: Peppy 4 Dozen '26: Student Forum '26. lil El 5.4 FI ! I I I af- U. V+ ! 'Z4'r:1'e24:r:4mI4siuilmrzveza iIl'!i1,l1l!I4'lll57 BJQJISIEEI IEEILQEIIQXIIE EEJIZIIBJBIKXJ -H205 C E4 V1 l V1 4 1 Q 'j V4 s 1 m , fi , 4:4 4 K4 4 . E4 4 l Li j El 4 El V4 HELEN HOFFMAN Chorus '24: Spelling Contest '25, '26: T. B. C. '26: T. T. C. '27. Q LEOTA HARMON I Dramatic Plays '27. AARON DRIVER I1 Debate Club '24: Glee Club '27: Football '26: 1 Basketball '27: Operetta '27: Class Reporter v '27: Usher '27. f ELSI E FAE TROTTER : Needleeraft '24: Dramatics '26, '27: Typing : Awards '26, '27: Crimson and Gray '27: A President Pep Club '27. NEVA FARLEY National Honor Society: Orchestra '24, '25, - '26, '27: Spring Festival '26: Class Secretary ' '24, Pep Club '27: Basketry '24, I LLOYD DAVIS Spelling Contest Finals '24g First Aid, 24. WILLIAM BETTS National Honor Society: Moving Picture Operator 25 26 27 Stare Electrician 26 27 Crimson and Gray Shop Foreman 27 Ggel Club 27 Operetta 27 Stage Manager l Y VIVIAN CASSIDY Reading Circle 24 Glee Club 27 Dramatlcs 27 Typing Awards 27 W4 4 '4 ll'llVU'4 WWL4 WV? l l'5'l'UKi'4rE'i5lflilfl5iLll'l5'lHv4V4llIiV4IiLiLiLllll'474 la W -4 F Vi Vi V4 Fl VI K4 if l Q4 Q4 F' r P F1 la 04 rf ya ra Va I4 V4 F4 V' Ki H4 L. 5? ty W In LU P14 E4 F2 an li U fs 'l K4 F1 Ls E . Ki tj ' EE : E4 5 . . . , - . ':' - 1 1 1 . v EL' .' 1 . 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VESTA YOUNG Honor Soclety Typing Team 26 Class Sec retary 25 Typmg Awards 26 27 Shorthand Awards 26 Lxbrarlsn 26 27 Chorus 24 ADOLPHI' McFARLAND Chorus 24 Orchestra 24 25 Spring Festiv al 24 25 Glee Club 27 Crimson and Gray 27 Operetta 27 Wlndmills of Holland Basketball 27 GEORGF SCHYVENCK Stage Crew 26 Crimson and Gray 27 MILDRED LFF FORMAN Dramatxcs 27 Dramatlc Plays 27 Glee Club 27 Operctta Wmdm1lls of Holland 27 Class Play Mrs Sloane Sprung Festival 27 VIRGINIA ALKIRE Basketry 24 Spelhng Contest 25 Llbranan 27 W C T U Theme MAX CHANCELLOR Glee Club 26 27 Operetta 26 27 Crunson and Gray 27 Usher 26 27 CHARLES Mac-DOWELL Noxsy Dozen 24 25 Camera Club 24 Basket ball Squad 25 26 27 Senior Basketball gh!!-IIIPIDHB 27 Sport Editor Crlmson and ray IOSEPHINE CROCKETT Dramatxcs 26 27 Dramatlc Plays 27 Glee Club 27 Baaketry 24 Librarian 27 r 4 , , X pl . , . . Xl pl ' . al r 4 DLI r 1 'xg y J llfl r 4 4 lx he ill , El 1: +2 .ff E24 Q via I GI' j ' Q .' 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El 55 III . . A . . El E iii I , gg VVILLIE NORRIS E ag, Stock Judging '24: W. C. T. U. Theme '24. E3 X . lil . Ki i ANNA SCHNEDLER Typing Awards '26, '27: chorus '24. 53' ' E4 V4 : gg E51 ,Q CHERLENA PRICHARD ' P54 T. B. c. '26: vice President T. T. c. '27: .ii '54 Basketball Squad '26: operem '27: Glee Club '11 Eg: '27: Orchestra '26. ri- . ,n P? E1 gg NORVELL PETERSON 51 li! Entered from Milo in 1925 : Crimson and 1 ray '27. lg, E4 Q4 lil lg MARK MCGEHEE 252 Glee Club '26, '27g Typing Awards '26, '27. :za iii Li PY ' EY IQ' NELLIE MAE SIMGOSKY ffl Basketry '24: W. C. T. U. Theme :. Perfect H4 gg: gttendance '26: Typing Awards '27: Spelling I Z ontest '25, '26. pgs Vi Zi PF GLADYS OSBORN lg iq Typing Awards '27g Basketry '24: W. C. T. L14 U. Theme Perfect Attendance '24, '25, '26. 54 53 E1 L4 Ei by ARTHUR WHITAKER E4 ,4 Track '26: Student Forum '26: Basketball '26: 4 Captain Class Basketball Team '26 : Track .gi m Captain '27 : Home Room Chairman '27 : 54 gg Basketball Class '27. 64 El 3 gg DEAN NEWPORT 231 Pep Club '27: Typing Awards '26, '27: Stock ,ii Judging '24: Usher '27. Vi pil Ii RUBY SEIFERS Q1 'Ei Typing Awards '26, '27: Lincoln Essay '26: PE' Q Needlecraft '24 : Librarian '26, '27 3 W. C. '5' in T. U. Theme fClass Winnerj '26. ffl fe F4 lil ig: H ,gf V4 by Vi 514 U E4 PJ rn Ll sy P11 L11 PJ ,fl H 5. Vi ti in ii. X El 5? A 5:1 E121IXlllillKiIXID11IX!D1IlxII!Ihill!!llilllrlllilhfllxlllflDilllilbfbillxlllilbillxlklIMEIMXIE 1 9 2 7 I.HXll8lDilDilfiQliD?lQ!ll!1lliflDfilXlIilB!IDilDiIEIQB!lfXllli1ND!IXll31llXll!fJ1itlllSll8lLh 550l5illHlliYlY1llEWWliilXllillHll3?llEIYllf!HDllElxll'Ellillilliillitlliilli ilI5!lNllXllXillSlli!IlXlLXIEl liiJE3ilEl EEIl?iIEQBill3lliEgj Rl ffl xx Eg . Qi K! Ei li. 51 E3 lil +14 L L11 L- . . . . .. L1 lil ' ' gl U4 PQ .jf lil I L11 lil 'Zi Ei ry all A rid ENOS COLE P3 511 F19 V4 sg lil A is E4 MILDRED SNIDER I Chorus '24 : Typing Awards '26, '27 : Short- . gf, hand Awards '27: Glee Club '27, rl 514 , 'Z 53 .11 INDA MAY CREEK rj Basketball '26, 'zvl also Club '27: Tyninz ,Qi Awards '27: Class Queen '27. ,iq ,fl lil .,. lil .,. lil 531 GLENN KEITHLY E? El Chorus '24: Usher '27. '24 E4 E4 L P11 E2 Q14 If ESTILL JOHNSTON ' El Debate Club '24: Dramatics '26: Gold Medal :. PP Contest '26, '27: Spring Festival Oratory '26, , 524 '27, Secretary-Treasurer T. B. C. '26: T. T. C. Ei :Ii '27, Lincoln Essay '26. - X .4 ll! ROSA MAE LARKINS lp Chorus '24: Typing Awards '27. .f. f MILDRED MCCAGHY Entered from Harwood 1926: T. B. C. '27: T. T. C. '27: Basketball '27. gg El , GLENN NELSON f Stock Judging '24: Basketball '27. 4 . . E4 ill Ei Ki X ' RAYMOND HALL EQ 3 4 Football '26, Entered from Rockville, '25. M ' DOROTHY INGLES . 52 National Honor Society: Glee Club '24, '25, P22 '26, '27 Q Operetta '25, '26 : Spring Festival '25, '26, '27g Missouri State Accurate Typist fFirstJ '26, ig, 1 ' fl v PZ' if! rif rl' 1 'F 3' ls- ,il lg' '14 VI' E1 E21 il ri- Q rj. 54 'Zi 'HUIQWI'EIU!!5141211514LEM!P14411E45245111511iilliillilllilllifllliililillliliilP24511-54624514514 1 9 2 7 531 lfmlgpgqqqlgq ags3qlqlq4p1a.qq1lZq.f1lml1qlL L ' l81IE1IElElEL'E!4.i1P4m m lm 9:1 sim W F4 Q4 .24 mia .24 'Ze G4 rll P14 '14 E4 .14 4:4 '24 424 ,4.1 V ., v , 4 .Li , Af 'Il' 4: L wi s V4 ILLIAM STFRETT Class President 27 ' Vice President Class 25' Dramntic Plays 27' Comet Staff 26' Oper- etta. Polished Pebbles 26' School Yell Lead- er 24 25 26' Class Yell Leader 24 25 26 VERVA GROFF Chorus 24' Winner Gold Medal in Home Economics Secretary-Treasurer T T. C. 27. BF TTY JO PETERS Entered from Cottey College 1927' T. B . 2 'T.T.C. 7. ' JOE HFSS g Comet Artist 27' Athletic Club 24 25' . Stock Judllm! 24' S0888 Crew '27' Football fl- GAY BARTON 4 7 . - sz4z4r:4za:Z'z'zfz rr ri iv: 3 z'4':'I'z.: z 1 f 4 '4 4 4 4 4 .4 I '4 P4 '4 4 '4 '4 54 rl 54 4 4 '4 4 4 v 4 . 1 . . . 4 ll ' lil . I I I ' 0 I P .27 . . . . 4 1 1 .4 .4 I r . 4 I . . 4 4 4 ' 4 . . C 4 '7. '2 4 4 4 U I I .4 , ' ' ' .4 , ' ' ,4 27 .4 .4 4 4 4 'V .4 nl .4 V4 .4 .4 4 -4 .4 '4 4 4 '4 .4 .4 .A4 Pi! 4 4 .4 .4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4 P1 sl .4 44.4y44.4v41.4'.4-4.4v444.4.444444r44.4.q.4.4.ph4i 444.44 I . .Ubi..4.J.4.4.qv4v4v4v4r4H+4.4.4.4v44l4445044541 t .44 R' . '14 HL: R1 -4 'I -4 u- ' Y' W .341 ,4 ,4 I Q THE COMET .14 ' 121 1 4 .. 1- N 1: vi if f H :4 fu, - I g " Ii I ex-X X N I 4 jj ' 1 .. I jbxqxx ' 1 I Iii J l fl 7 , ,X f- I g , f Yr V, QM ry f . X 1 1 29 YB I ,ff X 'T' :Er - X Q . 1, X 41 H 1: 'QXS' H4 1 I ' flu Q R +P N S 5 ' Ei fe 4 :4 f .4 X if ' ' .K X f , ' I , fl ' Q5 ' Aki? J 14 fi . 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Thus began this Freshman class, and not once did they fall from the horse of studies, but fought their way valiantly to suc- cess against all odds. In this class they were organized into groups in the home rooms, and did not have class officers. A They came back the next year filled with enthusiasm, and believing implicitly that nothing was impossible for them. They organized, and Mrs. Symns was elect- ed Sponsor, Charles Baker, President, Mary Lee Phelps, Vice-President, Clarence Oberlin, Secretary, and Alberta Johnson, Treasurer. Under the leadership of these capable officers they rose in the scale of advancement, keeping the other classes constantly watching them. In Scholarship they excelled, in contests they cooper- ated, in schoolwork they labored. There were many individual prizes awarded to the members of this class. As a class, they won the Class Play ticket sale, and kept the other classes running all the year to win from them A special feature of this class was its attendance records, both in the Freshman and Sophomore years When the Sophomore year was completed, the ladder of success still towered in interminable distance above the heads of this determined group, as thev once more appeared upon the scene, not as lowly Freshman or Sophomore, but with the distin- guished rank of Junior The officers which were elected were--Clarence Oberlin President Robert Henderson, Vice-President, Melba Rhea, Secretary, Pauline Stevens, Treasurer, and Miss VVeedfall, Sponsor They were unable to get one of the many pennants which were offered in these contests, when compared with other Junior classes Through these years no student had left the class by death, though some had left by removal from the city, and a few had heeded the matrimonial-call. Among other activities a school paper was published, and a large majority of the workers on the staff were recruited from this class. When the honor roll averages were taken it was found that the Juniors had the highest ranking students in thc school, although they did not have as many as the Seniors. For the next year we prophesy even greater things for the class L l ' 1 3 . . . gi 1 1 4 1 1 'Z .i1'szvZi1szl'mwe3i? 1 9 2 7 14Zi5HEEli"iF 1:24514 rim if , if ., Q, K ! 5 s' ' " m..m 1, in if ,. yt v 54 . r-4 ' xl . P 5. F4 ' E4 .4 A x' f 14 A V4 " 474 ' 4 +14 - V4 ' .4 Y D1 A 474 . F4 4 - v E4 14 1' L44 ' P14 T E4 1 F4 " F4 ' P14 1 P 4 4r4 -, P14 " P44 Y Q14 Y K4 N E E E MEE U 8 QIEIIEI IZJEIIEE EIEIEEI EIRI BIYQ4 F4 ' 45 r 4 54 4 4 F4 D 1 m P 4 P 4 4 4 4 4 K4 P 4 414 4 4 V4 4 4 V4 V 4 r 4 P 4 r 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4,4 ' 4 414 P ' V4 4 4 W ' 4 V4 P 4 4 4 . 4 , , . 4 4 4 4 4 V4 ' ' P 4 5 4 p 4 v 4 4 4 4 4 pq I 4 r 4 4 4 'I E4 A E4 A F4 -- 214 ' F4 A iii JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS is I 4 574 - E5 CLARENCE OBERLIN ROBERT HENDERSON President Vice-President RUTH WEEDFALL '14 Sponsor I - E51 MELBA RHEA PAULINE STEVENS '? 'E' Secretary Treasurer :' r I4 44 I4 P4 P4 I4 ya '4 54 44 44 D4 v4 be 44 44 r4 H L4 44 I4 V4 H 44 P4 P4 P4 '4 v4 Q4 K4 V4 L4 "4 ' V4 '4 44 14 L4 P4 V4 I4 P4 H 44 44 D4 F4 L! 54 44 44 54 54 44 W L4 'I' 44 P4 r4 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ' 4 r 4 P 4 P 4 4 4 4 4 P 4 P 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 P 4 r 4 4 4 r r 4 P o 4 I r 4 P r 4 ' P 4 ' s 4 v r 4 ' r 4 ' 4 4 ' E4 lv .-51l81U4XllXl4X4 DiIB4 IZllZJE l34Wl2WDi1IZlB!lE 1 9 2 7 ZJLEM4M lxlbillgllxllxlfxkllgllxllxllzlwlxlliillkliX!lL?1lLX44!Jb!lLi!1l 7 5g5xlnnxyfx,1x.1upLxnmqxnmmnuHxIgxuxlfxnxqfxnxlrxlfxmxlfxm !XLX!IX1!lXPX!,XLiXN,X 'x :zxx'qxj,x15x1xr,xfx xzzgmx xx xx XILXLXIVIQE ,xx in Sw X I ,I 511 FB : r FI ' P1 '14 I Q ia 1 O '54 19 "' 'xv up ' J gg 'fl 'L 'if JAMES VVARD, IMOGENE BLAKELY E1 '24 'gi Pd BJ , , V, 'J Q v ' , 22 GEORGIA ARGO, JOHN JOHNSON P9 . 3' rQ fu an ,xg EB 'X ' xx DARRFL SPENCER FLMA CLARY DOROTHA DICKERSON GEORGE COLLINS THOMAS DAHMER VIRGINIA McGINLFY TVELYN PLLIS WILLIAM BOUND Z1 E? rn he '14 fig QI! 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MARIE DAVIS ARCHIE ABBOT FORREST RITCHFY MARY ELLEN SPAYD THF LMA LUNDY PAULINL STEVENS HOLLY RICE, ELIZABETH BECKETT WILLA MAE LOVING, FRANCIS RILEY JESSE HENDRICKSON, LORRAINE WERT Y 4 7 I , ' 1 1 35,1 3 11,1 ic 2-vt-24:-I-11.3-1-LL: :fn 1 f A , 5' I t .0 J KA. 4, h r 4 A. 4 x g v 1' -r ' RMI' 811213151 , -4s1+'f'R- E+ -4 1-fmsafzrszimsiiaqs-iii., H " D 4 VERN TRUE, LENORA TILTON W ELVA FORD, TALBOT WIGHT if fi rf' Q-af by A-5,4 Q HARRY HANSEN, MILDRED WOODY :QQ f GLESSIE PEAK, ROY HARTSOOK . I A "F f 57 fi WALTER STEUOK, NOVAL RANSOHKE A 3 LEOTA JAMESON, ELMER TITUS A A it 1 .52 N "' 1 1 U A,?Y .Q ,IAI K 1 9 2 7 WEi5f1'fI6'I4El?f41!Il'fi'11fiPH'f4'f'5Z1'f4'fi!fUF9f5'IUZUE' :UH I , f"I"1 J' , 155 ' Ev- A YIHIDZEDKIIXIil!IIXIIXIWIBYJEIMIIWINIX1WIHIKFIIEIIXIDKHXIIXIIWE eil El Q! L3 E3 E4 ri 14 I -4 Z4 , .. .4 t 51 .39 Q14 '24 U r 4 W E4 4 'gi 1 fl? 1 PI' Pli E24 E4 E4 ii! rid '24 P14 .14 'I ,14 H4 P14 Eli 54 414 nil q, rg, sy .3 54 P14 iii di P14 PB rl, 114 ri! 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H H H H Q4 H V4 pa P4 H H I L x IRENE GRIFFITH, CLARENCE OBERLIN ' W x E! x B Ei E1 Ei E3 L4 Q pw WVILLIAM SPAYD, IRENE ESLINGER 5 YJ QI- iii P14 Yi iz 411 517 y 4 5 4 ' 1 I 4 I 4 P 1 ' 4 I 1 P 4 Q I f i fs PL 2 7 UIE LQLYUEIIE EHIHZI ' El Elfiilfililfiwmmwlis V:ki . ul, x fl M 4 , , wi- rw tfzvz+fz4fzffzir1vQzufz4'szQrz1:rz+mzfrimifmxuzi21- fzf M I. 24 .- 2 I JUNIOR JOKES It is reported that several Juniors made "M" on the following questions in American History. The rest failed. 1. When was the War of 1812? 2. Whoxwrote Muzzey's American History? 8. What two countries took part in the Spanish-American War? 4. In what season of the year did Washington spend the winter at Valley Forge? 5. In round numbers, what was the duration of the Hundred You-'s War? I 1 Isabel Morgan: You know Burl Howell high browed me yester- day, but I'll get even with him. Imogene Blakely: How are you going to do it? Isabel M.: By putting quinine in Aletha Andrews lip-stick. ' if Miss Allbrightz Take this sentence, class. "Let the cow be taken out of the lot." What mood? E. B. Scholl, Qloudlyj: The cow. A Norma Heywood: I don't know you from Adam. fa Wendell Fowler: Well, you ought to, I'm dressed different. . ge ' if-IME r A 4444.4 44 4 I ..: . nn! 4 .rywv ,. ,,-,S 5 j 'S -ui R X 10515 Cn!- uf 1 crm - L ..r"' X M X nn - NIHNN X XX Q 4 r r Q A G4 .14 'Ii i -4 74 '4 I1 71 '4 c' K4 .1 U4 .74 1, , . J .,i '74 -Ii '14 .74 .24 74 Sophomores V 1 .74 1, PEI g' ww .f ' 23 gf :xg T 23' :Y fs ' w 1., H j yjf' ,z '-ke YQA iff. ' if 1 ff' ff S L 'WP 3 EW ii' E24 .4 W. Q ,fr ' :fir ,gal . , ak L :Q ,x 'Y If . 5. 1. 1 ,575 J N If x-I 9 - lNNll3!l!!iW MKEB1WXlEYXIiUF1W1WQElEi ZIRIIEYRIIWYEIEVXUBlWllEIEWTElWNWTQ lEQm7 E52 E ':. E1 rn H 'if vii fi! .J 4' in 144' ' - ' gi' sn ff ,i' ES . -A ' 1 X lil P51 t 1, ,Q-"AM ,El 3 A ,idx k lf' ' N . A ' H . iia ? . , ' gg C ' . E4 ' ' gg X 1 M' 0 I A rio j Q ' A in N U I in , I Q ig! L E " Lf ' .? ' ' ' , X .x ' El 'IX 'X 'N f L J Ei if Fi 3 T L24 7' k Ei 4 f ,i lil Q I N' Q A70 4 iii I , V4 W" ' ' 551 , . 5 F1 X ' 5 n 1 7 p4 i r I 1 S ' l 4 ' J Il ' I1 R If 4 'r E1 bs H h H 1 '4 v 4 5 1445215-5 ,ng51itsqipie:gsgpag.nzj.:faKaij:qa'qa,3q1rgq13EiiZ16ZiFZ3N!ZWZ?:FZi 1 ,mqq,mLp1q,,3,,gigpyqqsgqqqgq..g.,g.qq-gag.-3,. 4 .4 U 1 . . x ., 1, 'V-'Eaehrf A ' Yi' 1 . SOPHOMORE CLASS REPORT The Sophomer class began its journey through Nevada High School in September 1926. They claim to have the large membership of 140. Royal Purple and Gold were chosen the colors of this class and the officers were Paul Cox, President, Ralph Bowman, Secretary, and Mary E. Porta, Treasurer, and Hess Sears, Yell Leader. The Sophomores are interested in all activities-orchestra, glee club, basketball, football, baseball, and track. Several individual en- trants in our Spring Festival were Sophomores as well as many of the group entrants. Two of our boys won football letters and one girl won a basketball letter. I In theticket sales it has seemed almost impossible to defeat the self-confident Seniors. However the Sophomores have come in a close second every time. They hope the Seniors of next year will be as easi- ly beaten as the Juniors of this year. ' The Sophomores worked very hard on the School Cormval and did their best to put It over big Betty Carter was the Sophomore candidate for Carnival Queen Work was varied with play in this class The Sophomores have engoyed two parties and one picnic--almost their full quota Here s to their future success and happiness Oski Wee Wee Oski Wow Wow Holy Mackyie Sackyne Sophomore Sophomore Wow Betty Logan Class Reporter 1'-Z Z' iz :fi . 1 u 2 mm..-...o A av.. ,x 1 f W , X i A 'bu LEL LQLS -.-.,..,' 'JQL 1 4 J lgllfflfflffil EIIZIYQTIEQIEULRH NIZT if SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS RFMA THOMPSON NELL DORMAN Sponsor Sponsor PAUL COX A P resident J. B. DADE RALPH BOWMAN MARY E. PORTA Vice President Secretary Treasurer 1 9 2 7 115146-iI4iI?'iHrZifZ4fIl201413 v ". , .5 L s E' .- , A k L.. I , M New Qs r r 5' l-w 4 Q. 52 ' W , A A W Ls W L4 w I ' E1 f -- - -- -f---- - - . E9 ' , PE f ' 1 E+ 1. r 4 Q. P 4 ,ff Q 1 gi ' , ,va 2-pg 911- ' si ' LL Q ' ",. ' 1. Q. V , 'Fe r . Vs 52 ff? "xi , A ', ' ill ,Z ,fl 3 5- 'E Qi 11255 ff . ,X 41- L .1 ' - A 41-'Q iz- ' 'mb .-v A - 1. if I ' X lr Q14 ' 'gi . PJ M ,. - '-' P4 V4 YG!!!XIXHlillkllxlll!IixH11llXlIDiIIX'Hii1fxIIXIIXIIXII2iIfXlIXlIif!?Il31l13dWfi HMVNlWlmWWHilNWX1IW EWWHWWWNWNfQ lf! Li V5 v fi P" v : .if . ,.. 4 . 'L . M i4 sp .bg , In " V1 W4 fx' '57 .. ' L ,: ip 2 oil 2, Q14 3 Ei 7 523 5 iii n 4 ' Vi V4 ,. . L4 L4 , - PM A 'J 3 PII 'L' - 7 PM i in f 9 5. 'ii by C Q4 .fi '24 2, E1 C22 'Q ris Q, vii s PF ig: vii P? .Q Ei 3' Q24 ': Ei 3, vii '5 rn ',' P3 '5' rid '54 PEI in :4 Q22 ,fl sie .2 E1 .1 E4 9 611 .f. in f 54 2, pls 5 Pg 1 Q14 2 Eli ?. Ei ?, E1 ?' i3 Q f ? PZ4 ? P14 3 in ' ii ? an ? iii ? iii Q by ,E FE ? bi! Q E4 T 71 'f' :fi Iii Ei if 'Ei Q, PA' fa in 2 'F 9 sz' ? E' 3 ?, E24 ?a 54 E1 ii 'L' 1 Q1 '54 'I' Iii Ig rfi -- , . . '14 I8EBEl' E KIEHSELElEE1 HWEf!D 1 9 2 7 Biiliiklillillzi mm El'iZi'Ii!Z1"Zi5Zi P21 fzarzuzl-zivznzim f - EZJIBIIEIL. THE COMET Alma Brooks, Gerald Hallett, Elva Foland, Ruth Boaz, Louise Drovin. Virginia Prichard, Lela May Andres, Elizabeth Williams, Kythrm Humble James Morris, Helen Blum Wilma Miller, Paul Cox,.Annxe Christenbury, Charles Johnston Morris Carr, Frances Bound, Caroline Sears, Franklin Norman. Virginia Williams, Francis La Hue, Kelen Rabon, Virginia Leach, Mildred Kirk Naoma Reed, Ruby Reed, Melvine Spivey, Ethel Dean, Wilbur Snider. 1927 , . i 'I--I-l"1--I'-Di -1-'L--I--I--?-I--Z4-i'-Z-'Z Z'-Z1-I 14.2 -1- iifirll -'lull' 4 1 4 VW, E . Q Q lq'1ff5:', - Q, ' ' ' 5, . - gf, -,sf-. 'xr ' . . . -'rwggq 1 ., . . - , y , ,. -l s , '.':"Y,.' 1 ' Mx- , , f '..qf -' f-Q.-e V' , fe 1 . ' ' ' X 4 1 'N' "f :. , :.. .g - . ' EL, ,mv 1 . t .-. f MM... M. Ma a 2 ily 1 gy2,,43,g,fs,gui L.-"W-' -.a. W.-naw, f4414414414 THE COMET mmlmmmgalmnxwofvrmmm mwmzlfzmmmllmrizlfwilax Ui J 114 A4 -O E 14 PH Z4 E4 I4 m A4 U I4 rZ4 414 'fi 4:1 P24 .j4 414 .Q4 E4 . V Y YYYAA,, xt, V4 PZ Hi 4 QB 4 fl KI 4 K1 3 H4 L4 ' V4 P14 V4 L1 ,4 K4 .14 fl! 'li EZ '44 U 414 Ki 414 7 W4 ge X 414 El C4 43 Eli '14 7 414 Ei 414 Pg 'Ei Z3 E- Ei 414 K4 434 iii 414 Q14 4 E4 414 P24 rig PB F4 W 5, Hi H4 GH PI! L4 7,4 , L1 ll! EZ! E X, xv 414 414 314 P24 43 35, 414 414 X 414 X V4 R 4 4 4 F 4 4 gl 4 4 Xl 4 1 4 . 4 ll r 4 'd 4 4 K1 4 PZ! 4 4 P. 4 4 Ei 4 P3 3 4 4 ' Il 4 4 'If X Q 4:4 PH .34 ffl '14 55 Z4 -14 Y fx '14 N J H4 - HI- 424 Pfi 314 Ei 414 Hi 514 Ei rfb Ei vii P13 814 Pi' rl V34 gli PH I ' L 8131435 1 9 2 7 EEEEEEEF ' xI31W35 F .,'..'1r' THE COMET , Donald Norris, Bertie Thomas, Pauline Tucker, Jonathin Thompson, Analice Turpin. Anna Hefner, Lee Moss, Bonnie Koehler, Joseph Wagner Alva Forney, John Cole Bessle True, Lesshe Beshore, Charles Clark, Bermce Cam LeRoy Hall, Ema Stevens, May McGhee, David Current Norma Bach Wayne Sp1llman,'Betty Logan, Howard Kndd Ruth Harmon Cecil Maxwell Esther Thompson, Clarence Gray, Faye Sharp, Marjorie Camp- V A11-1 1927 . . . . . 3 I ' , 2 bell. r , " ' ' " ,Lf , rii 4 rf! t f EXW,HxN,gliamXii,qDglgggggmgyggygfxqlxyfiqlxjfgjgamliy ullxllxrlxlirdbflllfllxllxr1I12!IN1DQI2rllX1IXll21lIxixxl':x::x11Er1'f11'fvlivilldir-L ,- use 'IS EQ 5. P3 E! Pi A4 E4 E4 A wa gif sw E. EI! 1 Li 1 Fi . E4 VIC vit 02' 'EQ 'Ii rid O24 P11 rid 4 El Y v 1 hi E , , sn 1 xx Q in 1 'Z' 4 Q54 4 fd r 5 f 54 1 L21 ' ii , A rl! . PI! 1 I2 I 133 Q gi - F3 ' 64 ' rl! f ki! E! . W 59 4 , Q43 A H 3 55 3 is 5 511 rf! X '4 L, , xx I 1 vs C1 IRI 51 P12 2 Fi 3 H 1- Q -- Ex: :T mg S it It za 14 :A , . , -4 sf ' E1 11 5' i' 1 1 v ' ,fs 2. Zi Zi E1 rg rl! ga H E!BJEiQElKQBlE!fQl8IE 1 9 2 7 EEE,.4W X igmlfxlmwwxwf THE 'COMET Heal Sears, Marcella Dorle, Ben Ed Stump, Irene Panell, Helen Massie. Marjorie Delaplane, Billy Clark, Louise Cheezem, Ralph Bowman. Lena Anlt, Dorothy Dail. Charles Schnedler, Fannie Christenberry, Arametha McFadden, Joe Saunders I , Laveaia Crawford, Elmer Melville, Genette Kessler, Terrance Whitebread Hacel Gowina. , U W , ,. J. B. Dade, Vesta Evans, Carl Wilson, George, Deininger, Charles Smith. Betty Jo'Davis, Allenk Kendrick, Beverly Sue Todd, Joe Scott, Marie Wilcox, . . L-'Vi :Hx lZ..I711.giH',Zll'lIa7" " 4, . 1Sf1!55an'Lm.,.s.m-rStxluEbm..am4ia4:ZL:f', :ff..z.l, ue. , ,ramad - 1. , . V ..-n:....lx.,.m infill., ,lie ...- L 2 . -,rlilnrilli 1 A gi ,,, .33 ff? P , 1 1. H 2 ,S E! 23 - 1 Y K 1 s fi 52 t x A l ? i. 5 5 i E s, S, L L1 5 S ? r 1-5 ' - , . H - a f ik A 2 :I ' x U BOOK TWO 5 . .-ex ,S A thletics -.4"""- U '-' - .:.g am- " V 4 gl,'l'? O + 9 EW 'aNx.kTr,!v: "1 num HM E lvl ,,,., , - 31 1- .1 I . ll? lr I - ' gf- , f f'fWf1,E sr --'O if - - ' I .- ' Wim ff, f- ,- .151 ff Q lggg5Jg'3f,'2g7,,"f,a -1' If"i:"nv'f-Q:N?":-'5 1,4 5 HZ' - P5-gig H-W fx 51'f'f f' "g"f O,OO y'13w L Jfzyp- 'LE' f fff'l2WvfE 5' ,ii Y xiii? 7553 gi?" ugf 1 ' Lxeiq?-'iE'q-'M ' ' ' O fl:..g.ff-f- ma-'f'- 2: I THE CITY OF FOUR QPEN GATES -4 -''KIlkllilllRlIX!l32ID!lN5i1!ll!Uf8lKlB!ll5GMEi1D1?l3!FiY3lK3llZl Kil l? XilYXllZlN!!5lI!lE1.llXll!QlWlE7lWl3llfKll3l lglil lgllgllgllmlgl Ei ' E1 X - S K' E THE COACHES m 53 fl! fe li O24 ' 'E' bfi E22 fig 5 '5 iff 12: 'Q 524 fl: Isl '24 Q gg E31 : I4 Iii '54 64 'E' Lil ry ,Qi PM Q, P? 5 M gg, ra 2? W 534 L? iff L71 Sf 'I P3 lj m 'ii az fa : Z4 ' Q- Q21 Q3 PII F Ei B3 P3 El Ei 3 E4 Ei E4 24 in Fifi EE " E4 E9 an ry :Q ix, With all due respect we dedicate this portion of our Nineteen Hundred Twenty Pi KI' 1 . . 'Q Seven Comet to our coaches, Mr. Clyde H. O Dell, Mr. L. E. Oliver, and Miss Ruth El Weedfall, for it is only through their cooperation and enthusiasm in the athletic W activities of our school, and their thorough coaching of the various teams, that we are :fl able to fill this section with such fine records. ixtl . ,il 'Rl 'Q' Eg The school, as well as the team, appreciatesthe time, thought and effort that lj Q they have given to this work and feels sure that with such people as these at the head I lm of our athletic departments we cannot help but have championship teams next year. I Fifteen for our coaches! rg 'U lit? ig V m l Fi? 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Nov 1 8 15 22 29 5 11 19 25 FOOTBALL SEASON OF 1926 --fe Ncvada, 12' Rich Hall, 6. -- Nevada, 12g Appleton City, 6. -V - Nevada, 65 Butler, O. l Ncvada, 13g Harrisonville, 13. 1 Nevada, 03 Fort Scott, 25. -- Nevada, 3, Webb City, 00 -H- Nevada, 63 Eldorado, 7. -- Nevada, 65 Adrian, 0. -Nevada, Og Carthage, 38. F- Nevada, 05 Lamar, 13. kxzikxixxxxgxxxlxxxxxxxrxxxxxuzxzxxxzxrxzxxuxzixzxxxzxxxxzzz19 2 7 Y!! XX It X! ZZ XXJLX 11,21 XYXIXIXBZBX XZ XXX 1 Z!! XXX! H8531 , El"-u. 0 1 P' THE SAGES ' Mr. Taylor: For Heas:en's sake, use your head. Why even the Italian fwhen he made spaghettij used the noodle. N. H. S. IN 1950 Free cake-eaters for all the faculty. One period set aside for the faculty to chew gum. Dates secured by the students for faculty members desiring them. Gymnasium open for dancing from 7 a. m. to 12 p. m. Music furnished by the "Faculty Fun Makers." H Quarter exams prohibited by the faculty. Faculty insists that students cut at least two classes a week in each class. 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S xx S 5 'xx V4 at Ei ix E 31 is lx jg 41 E V1 l l hi 4 4 5' 4 4 6 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 , , f 4 4 4 ' 4 4 4 ' 4 4 4 ' IE 4 IE lil Q1 x Irl ' Q Ei TQ B41 Q44 5 N M :S is E S . . , . . 484 xx 'lhe girls basketball team this year has been the most successful in the history E of the school. being an undefeated team. winning the Midwest Championship and 5:3 tying with Neosho for the Southwest Championship. Mr. O'Dell and Miss Weed- tg E fall proved to be excellent coaches and their efforts were largely responsible for El 2 such a good team. VVilla Mae Loving, the jumping center, played a fast and accurate game, while S 54 Henriette Hartsook and Ruth Phillips, running centers, were both good at floor- E I work. Inda Mae Creek and Melba Lee Davis were the high scoring powers of the I - team while Lavesia Crawford did some fine shooting. Captain Helen Ozee and l S Mildred MeCaghy were consistent players and held hack many a play of their op- E ponents by their strong defensive system. Evelyn Bills and Norma Heywood played xr S well as guards and will undoubtedly show their ability next year. E xx Q Although four letter girls will be graduated tl1e prospects for a championship x ll! Q team for '28 are very bright. - X . 4 XG F4 K. A El Bl X sl zz E! E4 " E lid RA 4 lffiilliilllilllflllllxlIK!PilllllllilD3lElD1llXllZ1Jl43H?Ll!II?1ll3iIIFill!!lDill!!llxlllglltllkglxllxllxlll 1 9 2 7 illkillxlll4421lllfllxlliilllilliiiixlixiili4lXilXl4!14lXll2illX'lX4lX421'IX'iXll!!:.!l,.21jMlXliXlB!ll 1 fi if ff! ,E v 4 E 2 Q 4g - msmif' TI ll' HUNII I -a-.qQ I M W Q3 THE COMET X T The Seniors not only won every ticket contest of the year but they also won the Nevada High School basketball championship. U i After trailing the Juniors, a team composed of regular N. H. S. ' players,'during the firsthalf they came back in the second halfiand barely nosed the Juniors out of having the honor of beating a Senior project. It was quite a sensationas well as a surprise to the wildly excited audience. ' The next obstacle proved to be a low hurdle and we easily de- feated the Sophomores in the final game by a large score, thus, adding another pennant to our vast collection. The playerslon this victorous team should be commended on their excellent playing and wonderful sportsmanship. W. Dade, center, always out jumped his opponent and was a re? liable man on both offensive and defensive plays. Whenever the team needed a few points the two Macs were on the job. Both MacFarland and MacDowell were experts at dropping the leather sphere through the hoop. It was almost useless for our opponents to get the ball because Dahmer and Whittaker would take it away from them before they could do any damage. These guards were cool headed and consistent and their ability to break up their opponents plays helped to win the championship. This is the first time that the class of '27 has won a basket ball championship and we feel that it is an honor as well as a pleasure. 4 1 4 1 Q 4 we 'FP14414rfiiiiifiiliiilllill 1 7 Hmmmymymfzamfzafliizi-zvzf 4 in L3 gp.4m..d.K: . .X ,- . , .. .. - .f :ww-L ' ' ' Q JUNIOR MUSEUM Gems and Poises--Opal, Daisy, Lilly, Vern. . Virtues-Hope, Love Qing, Presidents-Wilson, Adams. ' Country-France fsj. Tradesmen--Baker, Steward. Clergyman-Abbot. , Relatives-Dicker-son, Hender-son, John-son, James-son. Scenery-Churchill, Goodpasture, Hey-wood, Peak. Biblical and Historical Characters-Titus, Mary, John, Isabelle, Allen. Objects-Spayd, Bills, Hammers flyj. Colors-Browny. Months-June Cllaj Mae. Food-Rice. Movie Actors-Griffith, Roberts. Vehicles--Ford. ' Collection of Fish-Scholl. Preserved Mummies of a-Horn-back, Wight, Turk. Famous Writers-Spencer, Riley. Miscellanous-Remainder are such rare specimens they are ex- tinct. 1927 l , 5 H V. K N, K r . A I , k .-.N iii. fggjqg-Q., ' THE COMFT The Dramatic Club, under the direction of Miss Anna Clack, has done some very profitable and enjoyable work this year. At the be- ginning of school officers were elected and every member settled down to work. Many plays were given by the club, at the regular meetings, and many programs were given in assembly. Besides giving programs, the club learned the art of stage setting, play directing, stage managing, and various other useful things pertaining to the work. Nor was this all of the activities of the club. It held the annual open session giving four one-act playsg Enter the' Hero, Grandma Pulls the String, Red Carnations, and Not Quite Such a Goose. If you ask anymember about the club he will tell you how profit- able and pleasant the work is and tell you to jion the Dramatic Club next year. , HENRIETTE HA1z'rsooK rf . , Q, i' Q 'F ff- I 1,,-' : .,',- ,M ,f -', ' '. ii' .sin ' P "-' ' ,r o i ,, .1 lf??. ixi9ft ig R W N 1 f"f1l.Xl17i.7l 11,31 ll rx'-xx,xx:x!1!lxx1xx,xx,llX.mx xxi,xx,,xx xx,xxl,xx,.xx,qxx I '41 P111 : xx xx xx :x xx xx xx xx xxwxx xx xx x: xx xx xx xx xx zz xx xx xx rx xx xv - pg xx 53' xx 51 xx :x A xx xg xx 5-4 w STI 54 xx " ' ' - f xx x , A W 7 ,N xg xx ri .X 0' X L14 X xy X, .jg Bi' Q4 I! ,Ig K gl .xx Fi X A' :x :x xx . . xr I X fr xx " - xx . xx' 1 xx' X. ',.. X21 -4 Xi 1" "' Bi' fIal1IlllII1f..J iI4"l.IE!UI1if. -, xl 'L - X' 1 xx 2 Jil 1 Mx 1 ,xii ii 314 1 xx! :Yi if xx' . xx . xx, 2' xx X X . Fx - ORCHESTRA gg be rn '4 xl . , Xl M ELDON C, JONES, Director. Q 5- x: P52 VIOLINS CORNETS xx' Vx NCYU FilI'lCy Glcssncr True S' Grace Hoag Lorraine lVert 'xx' 4 Wayne Hall Loran VVadc ix lrcnx- Pannxfll 1 1 X gil Dorotlia Dickerson TROMBONPAS Glmie milk Vern TW? Z Ruth Harrison XiTll,0nTVladC Anna Hcffncr MSR' me Charles Sclincdlcr SAXOPHONE Frances Bound Darrell Griffin xx lflorcnvc LIOClIiI'l!lll21fl BASS HORN AF2lIllC'tll2l Mx-Fadden Flmo Donmxuv Q . , t ,it CLARINETS Georgia Ar ro x- - DRUM is ig P. ll I qt 2"'v V W 1ll1:1In Bound dll ITM x CXCFIS Rillllll SWZIYCIIS gl Paul Cox PIANO Billy Clark Dorothy Ingles ff, fx '21, IK :gi 951 .xxl UL .xxz - .xxx if fri - 31 ff? 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X, x 31, xx XE x xi. xx xx 211 IX' Xxx KX: Bi 'x pf X X, gf Form-y, Alva Dade. VVillougl1lmy BOYS' GLEE CLUB l'Ic-mia-rson. Kohn-rt Moscly, Yvnrrcn AIl'F!ll'I21Yld. Adolph Mc'Gl1c'0. Blark MCGM-. Arthur Rhode-s, lilijull Snllndvrs. .lon-I Scllnvdlvr. Churle-s Scholl, H. B. XVudo. Vernon floss, VVilIi:1m ,frK,iX1.XJ11,l1:r1 !rEXX,XZ!1.X'X:.XLlX1X X,'!1ll!X,.X'lX,21,l!1.,XD111'X 31,31 21,201.1 1 9 2 7 xlxgx xxxqxox xxifxfjxix xxx x'zx x xx x xp: xx x x x x x xx zz x xx x A an 4 2 2 IT x v BOOK THREE , School Lzfe ' ' 1 :EQ -I ' 's ul !ilULa as 'QW' f F 73 V-E -1 , fzmsffpf 5-ff' IN! A??5Q54fwf -ffggfiwiiv mm' f x! wg! f Ei L N inf ri?-'F f -fl P f 1 E- ff Hnvfhjbi' THE CITY OF FOUR OPEN GATES .1 43' e ' 3 -s-al l - u yn f m Il'-33 ' Li!! n Hg' WHL! , ln J 3 mln V 1-H-.ml I in ,A-. D uf 'Y Eu, "' El . J' .lj fx II, ,, iii f , 4EZEs.f'2a1,-"'Q,..iI' 4,5-Sf - l f1,.f :Ni . ,av'a w 'f sflff- 11.52 -- W fam- , . ,' .jf g '51, .-ffl :V Z7 L ms qi. 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E , ' ,ff -. .I . .5,,U.L,, ., v THE COMFT NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY "Noble High Standards" is the worthy motto of a worthy so- ciety-the Nevada Chapter of the National Honor Society. The standards are the finest that any student of Nevada High School can strive forg those of characer, scholarship, leadership, and service. These are he fundamental principles on which membership in the society is based. A student's character both inside and outside the school must be good, he must have a reasonably high standard of scholarship, must be a leader in class, in school, and in other affairs, and he must give voluntary service to the activities of the school. At the beginning of the school term in September, 1926 there five charter members and at the end of the first semester five other seniors were received as pledge members. The officers the first semester were: ' Mrs. Virginia Symns, Sponsorg Vesta Young, Presidentg Aaron Driver, Vice-Presidentg and Eve Lynn Dail, Secretary. The following officers were elected for the second semester: Martin Crigler, Presidentg Neva Farley, Vice-Presidentg and Dorothy Ingles, Secretary. Miss Cullers was elected sponsor after Mrs. Symns left Nevada High School. The Honor Society in high school inspires a student to higher am- bitions and higher standards. It is the greatest honor Nevada High School has to offer and to become a member fully pays for all the hardships which have been met during one's high school career. Q g - Q , m1 sua. s Ai., . 'kiss nn. sas.. Q -.gf ' . sms. is - ,ix 39 ,X ,Xi ix- ,x 'n lx E. ix, fx, 82 if fx? Lx E -5 ll! Xi flfl iii ,xl .if sf .Xi X Pi X X ,xv gg. exe 5 P11 Wi re 5113 'XZ X. uf 'xx .nf xr X, F1 if, T5 X. x fx X ,X ex: X: X. Xt Zi X If ,Rl 'XZ X X 'rx fx. fri ll! Ili fi LX. KI ,Xi X. X AX .X X in .xl ix, xg fi- X 31 31 if X! K ,XA 'x 'xx xc fx' 1? xi 31 rw wr I l X W 11,31 J! X It X! Mg!! !X,!!',k1AX X X X XX!!! 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LX 1311 'Xti ,ZX IX! X X1 .Xi xl Iwi Nl ln! DU ,xi 151 W Ml IKE Bi! M Xl E251 KX? 1111 fri .Fl 311 Qi! 5351 IX! bil Wi IRI L51 F81 L T31 Bl I!! E51 Ei! xxx M D51 Ml LQ xx m P11 m if mi xxx fx! D31 131 IEKJ 1x1 lm lx! P1 BJ PSI 4251 QQ 'xx fxx M U51 F M Dil ISI IQ 81 X fx E11 xx X X X lil EJ ,, , , 1 xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxwxx xx xxx xxlxx xxxxx xxzxx xxlxxxxxxxx xxxx xx xxx xx xx xx Lxx xx Ixx xx N: 1 9 2 7 v xx xx'1xx,xx',xx xx xxlxxLxx'lxx,1xxxxx1xx1kxx1xxuxx!xx11xx,qxxN1xx11xxuxx1xx'lxx1'xxx,xxLxx1,xx-wxxqxxxixxxil i.T+, ' ' ' ' ' ' - -'Y W V ., W , I I I 5 is ., ,A THE COMET il EVE LYNN DAIL Associate Editor GEORGE EBBS Business Manager! BRAXTON DAVIS Adyertising Manager COMET STAFF OF 27 MARTIN CRIGLER Editor-in-Chief FALBOT WIGHT H Associate Editor . ANNA L CLACK Faculty Advisor HOPE HORNBACK , Assistant Business Manager J OE HE SS ' Artist WILLIAM SPAYD Assistant Advertising Manager LETHA DROWN Assistant Artist KAT-HRYN MASON MELBA LEE DAVIS Kodak Editor Assistant Kodak Editor 5 HENRIETTE HARTSOOK Secretary 3? fzfw 1 9-2 7 58333-lQiHwLA'..Q .ra , -. I .P - 64 ,. 4 Jf.QuZ:.,.s:.4. .g,:ifm:n:.:..:.i.irs r N 1 52301311X'fXl'1X'fXLqX?1XINZXMXNX11XDXHXIIXIIXIIXIIXIIXHXXQXWQXIIRHXXXXI, l4J IXHXJX X'!1IX1.X XX If XZ X ,X XX 32,3931 X XY!! X X X 30,31 NU' w ,X gg 'X 5 , ,F SQ -X 'gf :xx Si xxx 5 gxx 52 ,xx E4 lx ii 2' V1 'E i ' ,X '34 ex 511 5 P14 Rf m 571 in 4' sis 5 ill xg 514 'xl xy Fi' xp P24 1 ri- 3' xg. .21 354 E1 Q E1 Lg E14 f 2 txx 7 ,X 24 gg A L Ei xx Ei 'X Q ,xx . Pt rj as . , Q . . 'xx I4 51 '14 il C ? xx 1' gi 521 -if -- xii fl via xp UQ ?- FZ! ix ae f- iq ,xx 'xx xx J X .IQ W X 'F li xx Sd SQ E' rx x X 'x ,xx i XX xx xx: xl! z K ' X 5? 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' n -, rw x -1 xrf 4 4 H7171 ZIKIIXZIII IIXIXXIZIIZ I I ,. 22 xx :x xx :x xx xx x: lx lx 31 J! xx xx lx x: xx lx 21, ll B S1 5? 'xx xx xx ,. x: xx ,xx xx X2 xx xx xx x: xx 15 xx xx xx ,xx xx zz xx xxx if hx Qt bt E xx E5 ,SX BF ,xx P! xx 'xx xx x: xx xx xx 31 x: xx xx xx xx ,xx xx if xx xx ,xt 9' 31 ,xx xx xx xx xx 'xx xx 'xx x: 'xi x: xx xx .x :x MISS INIJA MAY CREEK, S1-nior Carnival Quxfvn. x::z: x:::xx:: zzxzxxxx xzzxxzzc ::l9'77:x .wMmIAlmE gm THE COMET awww K!! . X'Vx ' f I ' f f f x Y f "Ml '1 ff-D , Y' L3 Tm , f f I 1 f',1 5 Nov? Xvw 4 5 15X 1 ' "' . .fix 9 . K X L3 2 EE '4 ri zz -- ii A 2? I X ,Zi 5 gg f yb ' lx 1 x I3 X W 'P ij A f Cs Wm W A , 71 s, 5 , X' 'V f-" sl 5 1 y tj '1 4 'V f 'Z 1 if J ' f i4 ' X 5: 'N . f'Q In ii 4 , f ,a Q4 ze X5 ti ' X? VN N E5 N 4 X H X II ' Ii P1 I' L , 14 fx' " ' N-xL,2vs.l-151 Z , lv --iw -.' l- -l I E 3 ii I H E4 Li K 'Z 'Q 53 T! 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C arson Moss Steward on the S. S. Florida .... . . .William Sterett Stewardess on the S. S. Florida .... . . . .Jane Studer Auctioneer on the S. S. Florida .... . .Willoughby Dade Director ............................. . . .Anna L. Clack COMMITTEES Stage: Will Betts, Joe Hess. ' Properties: Kathryn Mason, Genevieve Porta. Advertising: Neva Farley,-Elsie Fae Trotter. . Act I AFTERNOON. . Act II FIVE MINUTES LATER. ' Act III THE NEXT MORNING. The entire play takes place on the upper deck of the steamship S. S. Florida, ' mWM EEEWEWP .1 9 2 7 HL'i1D'1H!1 '?l . ,. f3'34'f31'54' K 1 al XXX 1.22 Qifkiilifkilx AX ze iff 25.513 E1 fig!! X ri' '21 P11 Xi? 511 E4 fEEEEKZfi'3'f PI' F23 vi' ia! PF 'B V3 516 li. 4 Efliifiiix E E1 6:1 QI- B14 Ei 54 Eiiiiil-EEIXEiWifiLii5LI2il'X3FxQ!xxIiFlifiq E E Z 31 2 Z Z E E E E E E E B E IZ li E 3 iii A '61 m 5 57 Z1 E Ii 3 li E 'Z E E E E E Q 5 54 5 E li .ii E E Bl E H, i , 4 8, - . , ' u 'Zi '21 .14 E1 P14 my il! E3 qs :Z H ,. zl' Q4 ua Qi Ei Q14 QB Q19 5i?f51Il!I2iBEfii9i1LKM rli Hi L4 tl! EZ! EE XEZXXXXEKZBIEIZJIZEZIE 'x2'l2TJWX6t61X.xxii,LiR X51 NRRL L9 E1 .UQ Ei H Ei 5 EI! H 224 514 V ' Q24 , Eli Y gg , QB Ili fl! Q4 1 V w YA 1 f X fs L- W V V Y , l E4 1" +14 F P24 iii ' x P24 429DSTIXIQKIBIB11DQIXIIFIXIDilbillxlbflfldbwllflllmmiilbillxlbilKilllXIl!1IIXIfX1IXV1X 1 9 2 7 MIXIIX!Ii!H21IIX!IXIIXIIXIIXIIXH311IXHXIIXIIXIIXHXIIXNX2.XFlXllXE!X .X1lX"X'1X!1X:,xnmi' The Semor H1gh School Dramatlc Club Presents Four One Act Plays fhursdav, January 20, 1927 ENTER THE HERO Ruth Carey. . ....... ............... I mogene Blakeley Anne Carey . . . . . . . .... . .Leota Harmon Harold Lawson .... . . . .William Sterett Mrs Carey. . . . .... ..... .... . . . Nina Pickard GRANDMA PULLS THE STRING g Grandma Blessington .... ...... ...... M i ldred Lee Foreman Mrs Cummings ....... ...... . .Jean Studer Hildegarde Cummings . ....... ,Melba Rhea Julia Cummmgs . . ..... Kathryn Mason Nora Cummmgs Beaver . . . . .Helen Ozee William Thornton . . . . . ...... ..... . . .George Ebbs - RED CARNATIONS ' The Boy. . . . . ....... . . . . . . Hoyt Alkire The Girl . . . . . .. . Henriette Hartsook NOI' QUITE SUCH A GOOSE Mrs Bell ..... ....... . ........ J osephine Crockett Albert Bell .... .Lewis Canaday Sylvia Bell. . . .Dolores Schwenck Philip Flick . . . . . Talbot Wight Hazzel Henderson. . . . . . . . . . . . .Viola Murphy ANNA L CLACK, Director H MUSIC--Glessner True, Cornet Elmer Jackson, Vlolm Verne True, Trombone ACCOMPANISTS--Miss MacKey, Dorothy Ingles STAGE COMMITTEE-Genevieve Porta, Mary Fern Crawford, Elsie F ae Trotter, Yivian Cassady Stage F urnlshmgs by the kindness of the Wainscott Furniture Company. - TTC U O I . Y CK i! A ll I! ' 1 at ll TheMan.... .............................James Stratton CC I Dl I A 7 LW rua 4 mam IX ZGl2I21'H3l2l81ll3ll?7lllDE!JElZZD3lIX1lY!1IXl59l7iliEE :JDi!lxill?IXIlXi'IXfl81lE51Ji!11Dt?lx'lEqxjLxgjlxxIz1'1xxlxlxlxlxxlmxx WINDMILLS OF HOLLAND An Operetta In Two Acts Wednesday, February 16, 8 p. m. CAST OF CHARACTERS Mynheer Hertogenbasch, rich miller .............. Allen Kendrick Vrouw Hertogenbosch, his wife ........ ..... M ildred Lee Forman Wilhelmina, their daughter .......................... Melba Rhea Hilda, another daughter ........................ Alberta Johnson Bob Yankee, American machinery salesman ............ E. B. Scholl Hans, music student in love with Wilhelmina ...... Robert Henderson Franz, in love with Hilda .................. ..... F rank Duncan Katrina, rich farmer's daughter .................. Marylee Phelps ' WOODEN SHOE CHORUS Pauline Stevens, Helen Ozee, Lois Sharp, Melba Lee Davis, Ruth Key, Helen Massie, Marjorie Churchill, Mary Fern Crawford, Marylee Phelps, Lavesia Crawford, Cherline Prichard, and Ensemble of Work Hands, Milk Maids, etc. PROGRAM. Act One: I Scene: Exterior of old mill. Overture, Windmills of Holland ............ ..... E va Lynn Dail Windmills of Holland ........... ....... ........ E n tire Cast ' Vot is it?" ........... ......... H ertogenbosch Mother Mine. ......... ............... W ilhelmina The Spider and the Fly .... . . .... Vrouw Hertogenboseh There Are Others ....... . . . Hilda Franz and Ensemble Fishing . . . ...... . . . .Wilhelmina and Bob Yankee Looking for a Girl ................ Franz and Wooden Shoe Chours In Dreamland ............ ................ ........ . . Hans Finale Act One-Wooden Shoe Chorus and Hertogenbosch Act Two Same Scene as Act One Drum Song. .Wilhelmina Bob Yankee Hertogenbosch and Ensemble I ll Never Speak to You Again ......... Hilda Wilhelmina Vrouw A Common Game .................. Vrouw, Wilhelmina and Hilda Tulips Red and White .......... ..... ..... W o oden Shoe Chorus A Man in Business. . .... .Bob Yankee and Wooden Shoe Chorus When I Wan Young Like You. . . ...... V. . . .... Hertogenbosch Nothing to Do . . . . . . .Hertogenbosch, Bob Yankee and Ensemble Finale-Cast and Ensemble EXECUTIVE STAFF Eldon C. Jones-Director Adolphe McFarland-Business Manager. Max Chancellor-Advertising Manager Eve Lynn Dail-Pianist ' m. Betts-Stage Manager m. Bound-Master of Properties m Betts-Electrician 4 no 14 4 iH'il4 'BN I TH F M XT illliliillilm li1IK1xxxI1IfIIX1IXIi21IlX1IlilrX1iXIt21AIX1EXIllilllillrilikllxlmllkilfr 1 li x- xx.x xx xx xx xx xx xx xxiixx xx xx xx xx,xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xxmxf x xxi xx w 1 DEBATE Great interest was taken in debate this year. Out of a number of contestants Martin Crigler and Letha Drown were chosen for the affirmative teams and Aaron Driver and Robert Goodpasture for the negative. Those chosen for the second team were Hope Hornback, Braxton Davis, Paul Cox and John Crockett. The question for debate was: Resolved that the adherance of the United States to the Permanent Court of International Justice, the World Court, under conditions approved by the United States Senate on January 27, 1926 is a wise public policy. In the first debate which was held at Nevada, Sheldon supported the affirma- tive and Nevada the negative. Although Sheldon's team was strong, our team won with comparative ease. The next debate was with Butler, Nevada upholding the negative and again winning the decision. The third debate was between Nevada and Hume. In this debate Nevada had the affirmative and Hume the negative. This time the tide changed and Nevada lost. Our loss made a three cornered tie with Sheldon and Hume and our next task was to win out in the tie. This we did with much hard fighting and being winners of the district the team was them in the league. The first debate in the league was with Mount Vernon. Our team supported the negative and debated well but for some reason the Mount Vernon debators were able to convince the judges, and Nevada lost by a two to one decision. Although defeated, our teams deserve much credit for they reached the goal of last year's team which went farther than any team in the High School's history. A great share of the credit should go to Miss Cullers who acted as coach 'xl nrt Xl M 1311 JU 1311 M llil 539 1351 Xl Fl H0 J EQ FQ :ui .XI IK! E .Xl JS? .335 so Ml gm .al F in in 1 Eli ea ga f xx E E C51 xx Ixii 1xxQ lxxm X, ,xl 211 X, -E jxx' V IU XI .U M 'UG xx 1, 5, l Dil ISI 75 Dil IRI KX! ull: P9 M Dil IZQ D9 IX! M ai lil X Ei M X Q25 K 5 . .SIMMIli!IIXILXIIXll!!IIliIIllINIINIIXIIXIIXIIXIIXH3lliXNXN!!l1Xl1XllXllKHXHXUXlsXhXlIXlil 1 9 2 7 XHIGIXIINVD!!liflliilliillilflflliillifllXilDillXUBilIii?IXIIiilIlilllil1X?I3KllXlIX!lXllXll211XT'!X'!1liX? z Q K' 'IrrIlxIlrfIfumuxlIwrmlnunilulaxllxlmllxfllxIlxliwilixillullxllxllxllxllxi R1lxlixllxltxllxl2211billuiIrxllxnullxllwiuxllxllxillxllwillillillsiiii GGLD MEDAL CONTEST The annual Gold Medal contest was held Tuesday, March 1, at 85 o'clock in the high school auditorium. After Mr. Gum had explained the purpose of the meet- ing, the orators came, one at a time, to the stage. Estill Johnston vividly set forth "The Menace of Crime"g the past, present, and future history of "The Mexican-Nicaraguan Situation" was elaborated on by William Spaydg all phases both good and bad of "The World Court" were explained by Aaron Driverg and Warren Mosely gave the under and overlying principles of "American Citizenship." In orde rto give the audience and speakers a breathing space, Elmer Jackson played a violin solo, and Mildred Lee Forman sang. , "Spike Ramsay" won the hearts of the audience when portrayed by Dorotha Dickerson, Imogene Blakely made everyone believe that theyj were truly at "An Opera", the "Little Christian Soldiers" were humorously pictured by Roberta Boleng and Everybody recognized themselves in Melba Rhea's impersonation of "Stell at the Pitcher Show." While the judges made their decision Jean Studer played a piano solo. After much breathless waiting Mr. Gum called Dorotha Dickerson and Warren Mosely upon the stage to receive the beautiful medals which were given by the Board of Education. Thus ended the Fifteenth Annual Gold Medal Contest. AlHMM UElMEMMEEIMElMBlME 1 9 2 7 l.lIR E , 8WW 'J .r .2 fi: .1--1 ll : LI W,f, Haus I 14s1..,A,.o U, .,,a1..ag'..4..1.r FOURTH ANNUAL SPRING FESTIVAL . March 25 and 26. Sweetstakes: CMusicj Class A: Rich Hill Class B: Metz. Fourth Annual Nevada Spring Fes- tival. Finals in Class "B" Public Speaking nd Class "A" Music. Saturday, March 26. PROGRAM BOYS' VOCAL SOLO 1. Wm. Sterett .............. Nevada 2. John Wright ........... Rich Hill TROMBONE SOLO I. Emil Johnson .......... Rich Hill 2. Verne True. . . ........... Nevada GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO 1. Mildred Lee Forman ...... Nevada 2. Virginal Rhorer ........ Greenfield VIOLIN SOLO Donald Suggs .... .... E 1 Dorado Shirley Spitier .......... Rich Hill CLARINET SOLO Fred Marquardt ........ Rich Hill CORNET SOLO Glessner True . . . . . . .Nevada Frank Merritt . . .... Pierce 'City PIANO SOLO Harold Twyman .... ..... B utler Florame Watson ...... Pierce City BOYS GLEE CLUB Nevada Rich .Hill GIRLS GLEE CLUB Nevada Greenfield . MIXED QUARTETTE Greenfield Rich Hill MIXED CHORUS Nevada ' Rich H111 Q: ORCHESTRA M 1. Rich Hill. 2. Nevada. 5 EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING I 5 S. is 1. Ida Gilpin ............... Walker 2. Sam Dunken ............ Richards EXTEMPORANEOUS QSPEAKING 1 . Aaron Driver ............ Nevada f 2. Mary C. Canady ........ Rich Hill 1 3. Sherman Miller ............ Butler ' ' i ,u ll GIRLS' READING 1. Imogene Blakeley. . . . .... Nevada 2. Ethel Ferry ............ Rich Hill Q53 3. Martha Wright ........ Pierce City 5 BOYS' oRA'roRY N li 1. William Nelson ......... Rich Hill 2. Estill Johnson ............ Nevada if a. Olaf Rhodes .............. Butler 1 GIRLS' VOCAL SOLO . Ruth Lambert ............ Nevada . Mildred Boswell ...... Schell City Imogene Robinson. . ....... Metz z BOYS VOCAL SOLO . cum Wolf ................. Mm 1 . Raymond Palmer ...... Schell City 1' PIANO SOLO A 'E Isabel Shanks ......... . . Nevada . Mildred Ewing .......... Richards Q . Marie Steuck .. ........ Nevada GIRLS 'rR1o .gf Nevada. .3 . Metz Q VIOLIN SoLo y 'A Gilmore Stewary .... ...... H ume ' Ross Payne ....... . . Metz -ff .- MIXED CHORUS ' ' l A Nevada A Schell citv fa 1 GIRLS GLEE CLUB ' Schell City Metz 1927 we f V 1. . . l 2. 2 3. . 1. , II ,. 1 I3 1. . . . . . 2 CI ' 2. . . 1 1 V1 ,E 1. . ,E 1. . 2 5 2. ' ' 3 , , ' ! I . 1. 1, ll 2. ' ,' . 2 , Q 1- 1. . 2. ' - 2. . . . . . . . 1. ' 1, , 2. ' . 2, U 1. . 1. A -Z1-1 iz -1 '11-if-1 -1'-14 -14 oo 1- " A 'if'W z5i!lt7l i f 'I 4, l ' O A -f a -f x 9 f s KK ' BOOK FOUR Y , f Tigbr's Trail if xv ,w L'-V' N A-7 . , gl: -5 ' O , A f h V lj! mud lllyillll l K " W Q V VK V' If , A N I J J' NH.:-un! - ' 'u f I V H , II A .M i rg A1 5 G+ ! W 5'-qv: IQ I ' 5 ' 'NVQ ' : L A gf , 1,, O 3. j Wins! O ' ff 1 'EWE'E Q if 53.31 ilwif v '21 X an " O sl , Ex- L ' ' ,- in ut, :7-- - fx " g KK' I-"OO iii? Q-1: 9:2 THE CITY OF FOUR OPEN GATES 44: 4' 4- I . I til' J . 14-1 ri ' Yi Mxwiiayltbnlu Dxqdxqtr Ii J J X X645 L N 'C MT WZ' L ! ' :E 4 1 , V, in , . THE CO FTQ fx -? fxfx X 'xiyfw 'Rf ' X X X X g ? QQ 1 "" : 4--Af ' f Elf E?'I'T"3"? Ti? 7 TO OUR ADVERTISERS Morrison-Williams-Sterett Browning's Lloyd Turpin Kaupp's Bonar and Bonar Wardin's Woodfill's Confectionery W. S. Bates Hotel Mitchell S. H. Kress and Co. Miller's Drug Store W. F. Norman Wainscott Furniture Co. Co1e's Home Oil and Supply Co. The Nevada Trust Co. Logan-Moore Lumber Co. George Reed J. C. Penney Victory Shoe Shop Moss and Urner n Ferry Brothers Martin's H. A. Ellis Smith's Cafe H. F. Birdseye Nevada Cleaning Works Osborne Machine Shop Harry C. Moore. Hamilton's Belknap Bros. and Ellinger M. 81 R. Confectionery Candyland Hays Funeral Service Goss and Glenn Tough and Richardson Stump and Son First National Bank H. C. Ware C. and A. Auto Supply Co. Williams and Pottorf Nave's Book Store Nevada Chamber of Commerce Cottey College Hopkin's Drug Store Thos. Dygard Thornton National Bank Noah Lee and Co. Cooper Taxi Farm and Home Ballagh's Woodfill Jewelry Co. J. A. Daly Star Cleaners Voss Book Store Shank's Clothing Co. Star Theater Draughon's Business College Herff-J ones In behalf of the students of N. H. S. we wish to thank YOU, the business men of Nevada for your splendid cooperation in helping to make our annual a success this year by taking advertising space. We wish you success in your business, also remember, in anything you under- take, old Nevada High School is behind you 100 per cent strong. Thank YOU and success to YOU. C. Braxton Davis, Jr. ' William Spayd Advertising Managers. i IMl!!llilIXIDflliflMEC2fl5fIlillW5illiflliflDiJlEl3lNlFlWlitIiX0liUlX IfIlilMWWINlXG5llD1TI!GlXIXUl!0lXllXli25lXl.!1KXi'2!l!XllX!ll2ill!3lElI71, I fs? - l?!, ' lxs Q li? If Q , ,, I Q li P fl rl 'l '4 '4 rl 'I F1 H Vi Ll Ol vi H rl Vi ri rl rl H ya .31 'Za tl! P3 xx QB iz rid ' E1 - ig Ed I EB H Ll Vi Ll V1 QB Vi LZ! PJ fl H H H Ll . 5 ' if . L f A 5? Y THE WILSON SISTERS I j Five High Scl1ool Graduates who selected Business as a profession. Z They are happily employed in Springfield, Missouri, as follows: Miss Edna, Bookkeeper-Stenographer, Marx Clothing Company. Miss Etta, Bookkeeper, Martin Brothers Music Company. 3 5,31 Miss Hildred, Stenographer, Quisenberry Insurance Company. - QQ 1 xx Misses Ruth and Mildred, Machine Bookkeepers with the Armour and Patton V V Creamery Companies. v Q Draughon's Business College of Springfield takes pride indeed in listing the I VVilson sisters on its "Honor Roll of Draughon trained families." Could one ask ' , for finer proof of the efficiency of the Draughon Business Training than the fact '. S. Ll H El EH Ki V4 Ll 'fl fi: that whole families follow each other through ltS courses to successful careers in , re ri Ll H rl is Ll ill lil VI I fl business? Q Draughon's occupy 20.000 square feet of floor space in the New Wilhoit Build- 'i Q ing, Springfield, and the school is newly equipped throughout. Draughon's advises f Q every student to complete high school and throw wide its doors to welcome them I .I when they have done so. . , For free year book and full particulars, address: Q ALONZO J. BATES, President Q DRAUGHOIWS BUSINESS COLLEGE, SPRINGFIEID, MISSOURI. .5 ri El ,, . x E3 ,1 'Q tl EI PI 'fl 'ei Ei xt 'Ii xi 421 lr-ll fi 121 JxllxmmrlxiIsnximmmmmmmmwmmimnx1lxuruirxnxiufiixzixlxrr 1 9 2 7 mansnxmsmxnxxnuanuxuxuxnxnxunlxuxuxi-xraxrnuumm.::+.m:mrxnxI ,. ti Vi EW gl 1 rl V1 t V1 X V3 'Q za 'I fl VI V1 Vi rl Y E3 2.3 Vi 'I V4 Ei 'Il 'IJ 'Ii 'J Li Vi 'J ill KZ! X Fl V . El Vi Va :fig 1 SENIOR STATISTICS fBy Vote of the Classj Tallest Boy and Girl r Neva Farley and Aaron Driver shoimt my Adolphe McFarland Thinneat Boy and Girl Carson Moss and Josephine Crockett Widest Boy Willoughby Dade Loudest Boy and Girl Harry Hall and Evelyn Dail Dumbest Boy and Girl Martin Crigler and Ruth Key Biggest Eater George Ebbs Cdrinks pop, Largest Feet Virginia Alkire Oldest Members Dolores Schwenck and Helen Onee Youngest Member Ludwell Dunkin Book Worm Warren Moseley Most Timid .Boy George Pickrell Most Talented Boy William Sterett Favorite Pie Raspberry Favorite Book Dictionary Favorite Song "Home Sweet Home Favorite Movie Acha- Ben Turpin 1927 fs X l I. f ,. 5' :'f?-,. If 5.1 ' , .H 'Q . ,, 3 J ,. -l'A -F' B F ' x Sq 1 jigs:ljxxl,xxl'xx1jxxljxlxlxx xrxxfzxlyi zxfx xxexxlxjxxlxjxglxxlpxtxxilxxijxz I H lt lt I :z xx xjxx xixx'x'xx,xx.x xx: xxhzxixQx1,x' xxx xx xx ,xx ax xxlxljxlgi. - xx I1 El ill M IX! lx! Dil .xl xl Ixi ,Xl lui wg lui lxi lui 1351 lui lXl lil E! E3 EB PB X ES :xi ix, 'Ki xl . .X llil llfl llfl rxi xx ls ix lx' vxl lx ,xl . , 131 fill Ski .xl fx? .x. fri X, Tri ii ss. ,xi 2 X. xi XY N1 Xl 15? wig IX? .X xl .KI ilfl Xl Ml llil itil Slil llrl llil llll 511 .Xl nil 175 ixl IX! LR? LK. D13 X, lx xx: lx! ,351 llri IX' ixxl lxl lrgi lxl ixl llrl :xi Tw fill ,uw lvl lzxl :xl xl Cottey unior College Nevada, Missouri The school which gives to the young woman her life's vision. 'l'he school which opens up the innumerable opportunities confronting the pres- ent American woman. The school which teaches service by serving. Every department accredited by Missouri University and other Leading In- stitutions. New Science Department equipped with new Kewanee furniture. Unusual Home and Social life. Large enrollment makes early reservation Ill'C't'SS2l ry . COTTEY JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR WOMEN This college is said to be the only self-made college in the world, and has a unique and remarkable history. Her graduates have made good in responsible po- sitions in life. Communities have been blessed by their influence, churches enriched by their attendance. and homes brightened by their presence. Cottey is a fully ae- credible .lunior College. offering two years of college work and four of Academy or High School work. A training school is also maintained for the benefit of our Department of Education. The Fine Arts Department is also accredited by the Fine Arts Department of Missouri University. A wonderful opportunity is offered to students of Nevada and Vernon County through our Scholarship Plan. INVESTIGATE COTTEY. X .25 XX 1X 'li ,X ,X X X ,xx 121' Ax 'xzj .311 sf LX' IXQ 5. J M M lui Bti P1 131 Lx ix is lx fx, ax is ws, ll! WE lx. lx ru: IX wx Ax lx' U? K as E l25, lx lit lla iii Ei, 51 ix jzx :xl .xx jx jx T81 Q!! jx ix. IX! 2211 ix? 131 ,X I8 18 fl! fx lx IF 21 Y? B. fi? K! ,xr jzx ,X fn Ax 'xx JK 'xx T31 lx JZ TX 3 Q13 211 .xi W1 ix! ix ix: gxi lkxlxllxxiixtxxIxxixxjlxxilxilxxlxffxxilxxjlxfixflzx'xilxxjlxllx xp: XXll!i'X'Xl,XlX,X,3!'3l'Z 1 9 2 7 :lux xx :rx xxlxx xx'xx xx xx xx x:'x'x xzfzcxx xxx: :: xx x :x :x zz :x xxxxxpxl: K L 1 i f P E E 51 g E 2 '- fi .W-., yr , - , .. x. Y. . " kv 4 I siruwfxmxilauxirusisaiaaaiseisrmrxiziracsm arisen THE COMET mmm l SAVING-- fl In the field of education there should be embodied the saving idea. This appeal should be made to the young and practiced by all. Saving is the hope of, a nation and the as- surance of its prosperity. Saving helps to educate our boys and girls and prepares them to assume life's responsibilities. FARM AND HOME BALLAGH'S The Rexall Store Drugs, Toilet Articles Victrolas, Kodaks and Sporting Goods Phone 77 Nevada, Missouri WOODFILL Jewelry Go. Watches Diamonds Jewelry Glasses Fitted NEVADA, MISSOURI All Sand Is Not Good Sand 1IPitting and scaling of concrete and plaster is usually caused by unclean sand. "Osage" sand is washed and graded. It is safe to use in the finest work. It costs no more than poorer grades Play safe. Ask your contractor to use "Osage" Sand J. A. Daly-Osage Sand and Contracting Go. Prompt Service Best Quality Reasonable Prices STAR CLEANERS ,Phone 2 307 E. Cherry STAR THEATRE HOME OF HIGH--CLASS PHOTOPLAYS MATINEE DAILY dlEBJBMlmMlEElfZlElEl8lEE1JBlI8JBBIZlISlZlI3lElIElQEElElEIBll!E 1 9 2 7 UEEESMMMEJEWWEEIEWMEEEMNEIQ , A LONE MERIT The best thing we know of The popular song Is the fact that it doesn't Stay popular long. PE RFECTLY AT HOME "How are you getting along with your girl's folks ?" "Greatl They're already beginning-to treat me like one of the family. Last night I got bawled out for using the guest towel." BIT BY BIT Women now not only buy their clothes on the installment plan. They wear them the same way. Q AMBITION Here lieth the body Of Angus McHeck I-Ie thought he could, shave The back of his neck. . SOMETIMES WE WONDER! Dentist: Pardon me, I must have a drill. Patient: Can't you fill a tooth without having a rehearsal? ' JUST A SUGGESTION Magistrate Cduring assult casey You say the defendant called you a block head? Farmer. Well, more sort o insinniated it like- e ses, Pull yer at down o er ver cad, ere comes a woodpecker! Elmer. What is that I smell? Max: That s a disinfectant. It kills all insects Elmer: I m getting sick. . Gum' How long has that office girl ,worked for vou? Odell' About four hours G ' Four hours! Why I thought she d been here a long time . Odell: She has about four years Miss Clack' And where was Sheridan when he took his famous twentv-mile ride? Lester Madding: On a horse. ' Braxton The very first thing I sent to a magazine was accepted Iosephlne. What was it, poetry or prose? Braxton Prose. It was a check for a year s subscription A widower was to be married for the third time. His bride had been married once before The groom-elect wrote across the bottom of the wedding invitation sent to a friend Be sure to come, this is no amateur performance 1927 . . 1 - - n u 1 1 l I I! . . . . D n . I Mr . . Mr. . . I Mr. . . , . Mr , . . ' u . . . . . . . . . D 0 . . . . . . . ' : u . 1 - . I .Q .j..j..j..j..:..j..l..j..j..j .j..j..j. j..j.-14.1.1 I if jufqij :.,p.j..j 3.1 .Z .1 .Inj .j .1 ,f..j .:..j..Q .j..j..1 ji.:..p,j.j I 1. W i, 5 I' w w w 1 , V --, .su ' HI. , X fu, " ' - M' 1 5. 51 , X -, , if 'A ' r p iui we 45 iyirlxlnxlrwlrfwr:IInIIxwrxllxllxlInIImmlm:IxuwIx:rxf:x1EIL1J5:vI:q1xII: THE RIRIRIXQXIIRIRInAIxwxyx1ixIxnxxmxIxI5:IauE11xuxIIxIRIIxIgg 'w I ii! - , , S X Q ix , H31 t o , F, E S 5 H0pklH s Drug Thos. Dygard '55 Store Tailor "on the comer" MENS FURNISHINGS Service-Quality-Price Phone 415 117 E. Cherry E E PHONE66 NEVADA,LHSSOURI ng W 5 A 1 D - E? Ii We Invite You to Become Better ig 2 Acqualnted Wlth gf l l IE 1 E I Q A BANK WUTH A RECORD FOR HAVING E E SERVED ITS CUSTOMERS FAJTHFULLY 5 Q AND INTEIIIGENTLY SINCE ITS OR- m GANIZATION IN 1869. iz? 5 R The Thornton Natlonal Bank fkt I Q NEVADA 1 . LHSSOURI Q :lil 9 lil 3 E81 X In, I! E E PQ 0 ,-, Noah Lee 8: Co. Cooper TaX1 tk? Where It Pays to Pay Cash Q H.and... E :gg Iii ig Fresh Meats RENT A FORD W ' Di. 5 CSFOCCFICS E 511 Phone 58 A E E Phone 80 VVest Side Square NEVADA MISSOURI EEE . A .. A E A A A K v El T E giiJIx:11x1:xI:::1ianQxI1x11x11x11x1gx1.x1Ix1:xIzRvtxI.xIxuxzxxlm1gxI1xI1x1lxsIxIAxIi::I.xI::1I:- 1ImamgxmpfxpfmfxznxlgxagxlmmxtmmIgp:1rxIRIIRRgm1g1IEIi1ix11xI:ufxIa5 1927 n. HQ . A i A ff ,E L4 . E1 si F 'X 5 23 if E gi ii I - , 3 V 5 . , vi X -a . E : , 7. ,, . -veF"TP'?w , PHOTOGRAPHS f That Please 2 Phone 304 H C WARE STUDIO MOFFISOH Wllllams Sterett Clothmg Co z . I Y4 , HART, SCHAFFNER Sz MARK CLOTHES bf' 4 lf' E' Ll 514 E' td , 87 4' .J E4 E' . . C. and A. AUTO SUPPLY CO. .gl V4 P? IH Dealers of Firestone Tires A El . Phone 138 SERVICE CAR 129 S. Main 7 PZ! 'L I 4 ffl Q I if 7' K4 'L Nave's Book Williams 8: ' WWNlNlWNWlWWEIEWlNW Wl' THE 4 - x lr ! Q4 T I H v4 H P' Q4 fl 54 Q4 53 V4 ffl , Ei L4 U I r H W H V4 Q4 U ,, V4 H V' rl 5' L4 V' n 55 H U Q4 5' ll 'n' l ii O I I O VI 7' , W H P' L4 F' L4 V' 4 fj 54 M . . . . .. 4 n l . Eve s I E4 5 Store Pottorf Q SCHOOL BOOKS Abstracts A " Loans and Insurance 7' E4 STATIONERY GIFTS Court House 1 P 4 L14 54 MEMORY BOOKS 3 IJ F34 Liberty Bldg. South Side Square Phone 565 Nevada, Mo. g E4 3 PII PI! EI! Vt Q4 Ei f Nevada Chamber of Commerce The People Who Do Thmgs 3 119 EAST CHERRY STREET VI VI U fl U FH 4 L4 Fl V4 , 4 V4 P 4 V4 F4 "' U E4 W K4 4 I V4 W p 4 W ra 9 4 p 1 5 4 P P U r S i C3 T P Ki V VI - V P J l E 1 Ll 5 l l 4 P I V4 I 4 Vi V1 i l N s I I 5 I v 4 FII AAS! 11511 1 1lTl'iZllFTlvYlJYIEi53ElZlEl'5Il 4 wg lIl'FIUIlHl1FZlwEi'El 1 IEEE 1 9 2 7 diIl'ZUZHZiiIi'lZi5Zl -U H EMHHIMHH 1 1 Iv f mum -vs:1v+1wz4wez+ qgglgfggggqglggglggigglgygqfgpglgpqgglgmxmmxly A EI! Pg' Ei E4 ij. FF PZ' ga t 4 , . P Q ! Dear Editor Criglerz A Last Thursday I lost a gold watch which I valued very highly, as it was an heirloom. I immediately inserted an advertisement in your "Lost and Found" col- umn in the Crimson and Gray and waited. Yesterday I went home and found the watch in the pocket of my other,suit. Your paper is wonderful. Willie Jones. "Dolores," wrote the young man, "pardon me, but I am getting so forgetful. I proposed to you last night, but really forget whether you said yes or no." "Archie," wrote the girl, "so glad you wrote. I know I said yes to some one last night, but I had forgotten just who it was." "What is ratio?" asked the professor. "Ratio is proportion," said the student Carson. "Proportion is ratio." "But what are ratio and proportion ?" "Each other." Virginia: Eldon says that after the accident, although he recovered conscious- ness quickly, his mind was a perfect blank. Josephine How nice that he came to himself so soon Say, one neighbor asked another excitedly, do you know a fellow down your way with one leg named Wilson? in I don t, returned Martin doubtfully what s the name of the other leg 'f- When he leapt from the window he had part of a loaf of bread, but this lasted Y but one day A broken water pipe furnished the rest of his diet. 5 Fashion has lifted a considerable burden off the -clothesline, says Helen O But not off the clothes buyer, says Burl ' Anna Margaret Max, what do you think father said when I told him of our engagement? Max Give it up Anna Margaret' That s Just what he said ' J 1927 . . . . as n u . 1 . n P c 9 n - , u r an ll , e Q4 1 4 n o 54 v. . . Q, . 501 Q1 M ll e I ll . U n Q . . . D I . . I . y 4 5, . . P P L '3"l"1 'I 1 '1 3"5"3 ' 5' 315 l"3T'1 '1"f"71'Vfi" '31"3"'f' 1 i fav rf :f i -' 5 .r f 'I' ,H H ' Z r f - ' ,, , 2- ec ,,, Us I A nm. ,. -f- u N 4 . --1 Y ,, . A: r, ,, ,, .z si., 'ff 5 ,i v . ,. , A , W, , , , Y Ulm, 1'''fxlIXIIktIlXlIXllrtllitHiillltlliilliillfiliilIRl51IDfllill!illXlI'3TlillXll2Ul2iIlXIl TtllXll!illXlllKllX'1X1QXlIXlIir'fXllXl1XliXlRXil5Xl!!!llXlllilllillfilliilliiliilliillgl EZl'i"X if f1"X X X E' 5 A 511 S by im 52 ts V4 WE ARE PREPARED fa 53 lid Both from the standpoint of equipment and experience to lit render the highest type of service either in ambulance work f' or funeral direction. :ii 0 LX Hays Funeral Servlce 24 Hours Service Exclusive Undertaking Phone 936 l ri '34 P9 Ei! Goss Sz Glenn Clothmg Co. Sf M en's and Young M en's Suits Q E Everything a Man or Boy Wears x , 'fi W Goss Sz Glenn Clothlng Co. S 33 1 x E North Side Market BUSINESS COMES E TO US Q Meats and Groceries EVERY DAY 5 Fresh Fruits and Vegetables lx X x TOUGH 8x RICHARDSON 3, xx Proprietors 1 5 1 5 Phone 18 Phone 17 53 Q NATIONAL I BANK is Leaders In lx -,Q lg FASHIONABLE FOOTWEAR fb if Stump k Son Established In 1889 Since 1896 We Solicit Your Business lb f? K Known Brands Sensible Prices NEVADA, MISSOURI zz 1 Ffa E' ..zlllifllilI3ilIiQBilNDSll!ilMli!llQlXllii!lZlBilMl!fJli.!IEILitlE!IB!lD!ll!1lDilll!lMl2QMl?QS 1 9 2 7 JMwliilmlilfiilidWWISUIliIWFilI2?llYGB1lNDill8JD!ll!CMlEIilBilf!,iII8ll3Jl'3Qiil 3 ii ,Qi 3 H PQ E ' F 3 I Ai '- , f .. :E . LQ 5.x .El lf A 5? Sf r, x 2 Q L 3, 5 gg E: fl E il 9 K 1 E5 if: Q. Q , 5:1 P 1 121 611 1xxl 'IKE 1211 11 1X1 5x1 1211 1211 xxl X1 xx, 1x1 .V,,. Fi, f..- ax. K..3f-15,1 UN..-I, ,,x.l,-osx, 1xx1xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx'xx 311711311 :x xx' xx xx xx xx xx xx1xx xx xx xx11X1X1xx,xx,xx1xx1xxi11K1,X1.X'xX1IX1llilE 1211 ' v THIS 5 1"fTI' FINE STORE 1 features th e Inj ,... best lines 112 1 E 1 lj t A RV to RSO:-iisl in E117-7?'9.?iVi.-ai?:1E1? L-3 if-:TT-2:-L: Rei?iili??ETl-?V?Tf--D 'Irene Castlef 1 A - r" ' .1 ' fxzorxicm- E H fu P L A , , , f 'Peggy Paigej 1 fx 1 :rare 51151 1 Li ' 3 N-' ' I 111 'H o u s e of . 1 " H ' W 1 L :Q E E ' , , , 1' 1 Youth' Dress- M . Y "M f f W ' Y Tgfrfn Ai-'xr'-.ux rim Dwlrsrwlfri 47!!,0v'u'W" H US- PH 1 :Z:::!l!:11- leases: , 1 VAwuNsWqMxuu,?:9.sh i,,:,,g.-.,'x:.x. -.,.. .Nl W -grxxx-.-xx..-T0.TL:l.?x.T .... 1: tho LIIIIELI5 -'5I".1:' 1 "Xlf'1'l'. ,Q j,!,. 'Q x , C '1'--.1j,,, 112. Q' ,l 'Wg' ' 'as 1on,' 1 a- 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 M Q - ff Q1 1 1 xv 0 g U E L wig 1 1. H I . x rw. vvwm V . ,, ,,, 1 'gn .,., .- " sci u gci xljic- 1 .l1ll1Hg.1,imNl1l!ilmg 1 A N xx, MQ, .1 " L" Q2-. ., 3 r 0111 0' and Q 1' ------- 01,130 " fine 1 " -1- '-""""' ma es. 157 1121 HARRY C. MOORE DRY GOODS CO. ' as W1 "The Store for Pretty Goods "Glad tv See Y vu" Bellknap Bros. X Shoes of authentic and favored ' 1:1 style-excellently fashioned 1:1 from good materials. ,HQ PRICED REASONABLE GARAGE HAMILTONS Phone Cor. Cherry and Ash -4 1 Meet Me at M 81 R CONFECTIONERY After School for a Soda MATNEY 81 ROBERTSON, Proprletors PHONE 129 5,1 . . 1111 131 1211 EE 1111 1:1 - 5:1 523 :I xi YI. A 1 E! 'Z' 5. 111 P24 Vi qs 53 P14 X' R 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 ' - 1 - -1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1' 11 1 11 , ' .31'3i113i.ll11311!i 3113113101 31.131.31.1313113!.Zi171.131311311171.X11!i1!i11Xx1X11X11X1:X1211 1 9 2 7 9-1X:.X,lX:1K11X1.KlXY151:1!f.1X11?1114118.lX1l3Q1F11351lx1X1N1311K.1X11X..K112411X1.X1LX11Xl13X 1 "4 U' , . i ., .... , , f f, - , ., , , . N K UTOGRAPH NAME ADDRESS I REMEMBER ME AS v-, f 1?27 3- :Q 1 f 1 r . 1 yr J z an E K , 5' K Y' ' A ff- 4 I 1, -I ' - 2, , -1, ,S : - , .-'wa :-x l, ' , vr .-..f,iX:4x X nf 3- - -.f -.lu , A Q M, f. 9 q 1 ' -, Y 1' iffwgz-mf' :ei-59,-1':. f U -ui ., gap ' i '. . - 1. L,-'zijn R ' ,'-mf?" lg - ' Mn -wwf'-'11 1 . V W 1 'WT :xxx x :xxx :xxx xxxxxxxxxx xxx? I Ivllh It 1: :x xx' xx xx xx xxx 1:1131xxx::xxxxxx:xxxxr'1xI1xll3'., ..Try. ,li ,li lx? x1 X X ZX X X X fx LX ' X X! xy SMITH'S CAFE For Good Eats at PHONE 1231 H. F. Birdseye ATTORNEY - and - ABSTRACTER Moss 8: Urner Building Nevada, Mo. Phone 277 VOSS BOOK Headquarters School Supplies k VOSS BOOK SHANKS CLOTHING COMPANY SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Lumix:1xxflx,x1x1xEix1x!1z:ixwzzlx xx xx x x xnxx x'1xi3x'lx1x xmixzixxqx Nxlw: 1 9 2 7 Bri ixl l I All Hours 12' 1 1 as 115 E. CHERRY lx? F lui Q11 CLEANING, PRESSING AND 121 DYEING ' is our business. Quality work x that is worth more than the price asked. Suits and dresses dyed, rugs cleaned, hats cleaned and blocked. Nevada Cleaning Works 153 119 South Cedar Phone 119 181 Q11 Bl M E EQ IE ll!! M M 'fa L, lk!! 116 B31 BJ vu STORE E for All STORE BJ B1 E1 f ll Osborn Machlne Shop Q il Official Service Station United Motor Products Corp. - Starting, Lighting and Ignition American Hammered Piston Rings D? IW EJ Q11 Ei 5 South Main St. Phone 611 lx IEJ F I EE E FJ 181 I x"x3:xx'lx11x1x ix lx lxllxwxixx'lx11x'lx1ix'1xl1xiixwxflxlixilxvxvxi'x-1x1!x1.x2!x1lh'5l M , 11' f , " .wif ' Jr ufk g ,. A M. I L Ha." -' Q vu ' R . . . A 5 , R -, .Q 1-f 4' , ,AKHIXIRAJUHS NAME ADDRESS REMEMBER ME AS C -v. sf' fe '-4, 1- -1 .'- ,Q 'f 1927 Q E ., , 4 35 4 . . A u , 4 2 f 'e G Ai . sf -U my w bt lk - ' uwji. - . 1 v 1 ' vf 4-4 If SRI?-J 3, iii '53-7 ,, ,-. -' w wLlf f y I' L v '- 1 .A W, w 1 17 g y - 'IZ -v V 4 . "5 5' 5 X a , Ha , -Q- if w 'm 'Ii 5' 1 ' 2 A mrrolv-wru - IN-?177V7lGN CPEN EYCO , 101 VVcst Cherry Y NEVADA. MO. E Dry Goods. Clothing :md Shoes E R3 Good Shoe Repairing insures you lmilth. economy :md vomfort. Have your shoes ' repaired at the Victory Shoe Shop . Shine Parlor I Phone -M 109 E. Cherry 4 Moss 8: Urner PA F4 ' 4 4 4 ,Y L4 'J 4 4 C4 r 4 414 S 4 4 4 K 4 V4 K4 L4 El 'UIHMIN4TX!IXIIFIDKIYXIWXIllilfiilfiil314514Hiiliililikilllllliillliiilllf KPT23351P514111314DillilliilixlllflllflililililllillX1!KlIKliX4Xlllilki XIIXQIXIV 4 CANDIES CAFE CIGARS ' ' I 4 fouNTAlNandLuNcH "On the Corner"' Ferry Brothers Insurance Agents All Kinds of Insurance Phone 61 North Side Square NEVADA, MISSOURI X Pl 14 P4 r4 V4 r4 g.4 V4 E14 F4 PJ FW 54 44 44 V4 V4 44 P4 44 W 7,4 F4 4. 54 44 L4 V4 V4 Pl K4 E4 L4 F4 K4 K4 E14 44 L4 I P4 Ll L4 L4 211 44 Ll 4 "Ellis's for Music" Gulhranscn Registering Piano VVcllington Pi:inofChickcring Brunswick Panatrope Orthophonic Vic-trola Brunswick and Victor Records Conn Band Instruments Special Terms to School Boys N A jcfzyd . swf EIIIS Music Co IE 524.4 MMRLM QM. REP?-ESPUNTING F it ii Ford Service Martin Bros. Plano H Company PHONE 186 Phone 132 East Side Square E 12:1 If-ifIDilIXllxllljwlllilbillllkilbilbillldbflidBfllkdlxlbilDUX211lXi!XllXli!1llXllXllX:lXIlX112145 1 9 2 7 1113111114131IXHXIXIXIXHX!lXlXll!1BX4llilXIlXlXl21lXMXE-21Clillxlri I Uilxlli Xu 4 . ' J.: .-' -- H wg:--, fn . 1 -5. A X a, - H ,. r ,, -.M .v m ev , Q.. M fs ' Q 675, AUTOGRAPHS THE COMET D ADDRESS F REME ER ME AS ygyyz, wwhyh ff r ' ' ' . f' ' - , ff f- V ,,, 1 . .4 , A Q, , .. ' 1 -C, .V 4, 1 fgllf' K 2 V - I X.. .1oo'sYX.mJu-.Y-.ilu "'iX,LAXf' 4, X3 aw WZ!! " I 3 1 g ' 711-ff 4"JK 'i - - Jdrmt M2271 Q ",,,, an 2 11- mwv-34.4 QL' ii 'f.527 fy . mQww C, in, H Q',,,,,Ci0--EJ W.Q.Yn,U L ff ' . Kd. W, W . W ,ff5'9n'?' 0 wwe? J 'JJ X .. Lg yffwi- L' q Q- V7 ,,', f1' QLQJM 1927 .ff , .. . V.. '1 ,rrfiglw S H fx 'x lguxllxxlrxzlixuxlgxnxlixxaqxufxxIrxyzxxwfxzlixxxfxxwixxlixxiixsgxxlgxxnixxylxxnxxigxxiqxx 4'xixyxxtxxxxxi'xxwxxsgxxs1:xp:xx1lxxwzxxllxxpxlgxxzixxzxx'xixx4ixx'1x"xx!'xxnx1li X fx ,X X pal 2 gl xx - . . . Ili' FQ This Store AppF6C13tCS the Opportunity gf Q to eo-operate with the High School in all of its activities. NVQ believe E 2 we have the best High School and the finest school spirit iu the state. gi Q' We are proud of the class of '27, and look forward with enthusiastic E2 X: :uiticipatiou to the classes that will follow. , if 15 U gg AXE QR! 92 53 if 0l"l'FI'l"l'lil-RS FOR MOTHERS AND THE GIRLS 55 rx V 1 4 xx . If E' xx, li Home Service Station .xx xi xx Triangle New Navy Gasoline if Q and Trlangle Moxtor Oils Give Reliable Service . E iki lil jxxl Q ixxl Ax? ,Xl ix! ,xl im Home Oil and Supply Company ny xx EX' iii Q: ESE wi ful if xx! 1 ggi clll2lI'lt'S H. Howard. President. l'l. M. George-Howard. Sevretary 1: l-l lx i lx PQ lx. gg The Nevada Trust Company lj ixl lx Q Capital and Surplus 360,000.00 gg if General Banking and Farm Loans is V' We ITI NEVADA, Missouni Ei igg Fil xx E L! 'ix i x 51 , iw 32 EE S 553 Logan - Moore Lumber Company fi: rx! in lil W DEALERS IN - E li lie El All Kinds of Building Material ra fx- El PHONE 98 NEVADA, MISSOURI li Sl Dil Z5 ras ai lfl ill xx L31 xx fi lxsl ful WllxtllxxltxxllxxllxxllxxlDxllxxlixx!lxx lIxx1Lg!lxxM1xx1lxxeixx ,xx,LxxslxfIxx'xxIxx xx,Qxx,xxmxxl: 1 9 2 7 xfxx?'xx xx x xx xx xx xxfxx xx xx xx x xx xx xx xx xx xx x. x xx xx xx xx xx :Fl TTiE'CKHWEHfmmmm 1kEHXN3RAdUHS NAME ADDRESS REMEMBER ME AS 0 1927 V? S iw Q. 'H i 1 xixixlx 3030XiHXlfxifxfxlix"y1ll3gy:xhx1'xlixyxllxlzghg-glixllxlx li PJT :xixL:xi'xxVx1xl!xiintllxIix1,x!1x1,xVxlfxxVx1xx'xV:xJxx11xhx!f2ilfxllXlif? is HOTEL MITCHELL CAFE Breakfast a la Carte ...... 6:00 to 9:30 a. m. Special Luncheon, 600 .... 11:30 to 2:00 p. In. Special Dinner, 75c ...... 5:30 to 8:00 p. m. We Appreciate Local Patronage It Is Our Earnest Desire to Please You HOTEL MITCHELL WV. C. Moore, Proprietor Nevada, Missouri S. H. Kress 8: F Company 5 10 and 25 Cent Store NEVADA, Missoum MILLER'S DRUG STORE Drugs and Soft Drinks NEVADA, MO. PHONE 4-8 W. F. Norman Sheet Metal Manu- facturing Co. Steel Ceiling Durable, Inexpensive and Easy to Put On Can Be Put on Over Old Ceiling, Wood or Plaster VVe Manufacture All Kinds of Steel Roofing WAINSCOTT Furniture Co. Whittal Rugs Kroehler Living Room Furniture Berkey 8z Gay Furniture Sellers' Kitchen Cabinets PHONE 26 YKIIXIIXFIXNIXHXQIX Dill!!ll!!Ilx?Bill3ill31lY31lP1ilFUlMDf'i3f'132 .21 I!!'iXjl31 3X!fiXilXLlX'12!N.X'.2 1 9 2 7 filxllxliliPWYXHNIXIINHXIVIXHXWiliillliiliillliliillililiillii-3!,13lilX14X'1!X rrmillrilrrllxlx... 4 . ,, ,ff . ,xg ,,,. ,- ,, .-'N . ,M .1 -.1,,Q,.f V-4, I -v 4 .4,M, .Q -.c -. 19,1 3 n . mi., ' 1 Q ,,, - ,L 1 V x hm , MJ, - ft., x A Af 101 A ,, 3 , ,-,Z 1 Q 34. 5,-11 ' -1 .f-3 Q Q Q 'avg ,x. ,x,. . . 54 V fl ws, A x. 9 .,.,,. ,- HN, w . +1 .H ,yy -1-W 1, ,, 9 ,xv . LHNJGRAJWHS 1 NAME ADDRESS REMEMBER ME AS X I L P P V I I l I r W ' 5 . W N I , , 1 1 X 1927 -MQ 4 an uk 83' lame' ff .+ I Q 1 N 1 I' 1? Y . Q I , . - V , 4 , M- L.. ' i J ' , ggi ' 1 , '- , f-. - A 3 ,X f - ' ,, Jew- 51 pg-V ,,"HQ Q 'Q .- .f-v, .- . , -gy ..', .. "faq, , . ,, -iw i., 1... Ugvg, Q , .,'. 3, fu Q- :YN 3.45 5 . ,A 'V ' - 1, 4- -- -- a" J' . W. 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CEDAR PHONE 109 Drinks Cigars TOBACCO WOODFILL Confectionery "Home of Good Candies" Party Favors Our Specialty South Side Square Phone 206 Try WARDIN'S Drug Store WATCH YOUR BALANCE in the BANK Ol" HEALTH Nature, thc teller, permits NO OVERDRAFTS A dcpositor may withdraw only thc amount he has on deposit NO MORE! Bonar 8: Bonar Nf"varla's Pioneer Chiropractors "Say It With F lowers" KAUPP'S FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP Phone 204- Green Houses Phone 51 W 1- Deliver LOYD H. TURPIN MOIRTICIAN NEVADA. METZ AND RICH HILL. MISSOURI "Establish rd Two Gf'nr'rations" Xillxlxllxx,xxlLxx',2xll3t.Llxl1X,3r.l3L'3!.lX,,xx xx xx xx xx'xxgqxx,gxjlxx xx xx xx x xx ,xx z- 1 9 2 7 1,xx-xx ,xx xx xx xx x xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx 1xx'xx,,xg,xx1xx Lxxlxxuxx ,xxlxx lxx lx X' xr' X 1 Fl ,X X X LX ii Z3 34. ,351 xx 1 ,xx ,xx x0 314 E Q XL xx xx xx xx xx xx xx 'xx 1 lk 1 ,lf IX lx lx ,xx 'xx v i I I E? A xx 1 Q K LX X 'xx X! X X X! X X X X X .X x w xx Jil 'xx xx X X X11 X A ll! 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