Nevada High School - Nevamo Yearbook (Nevada, MO)

 - Class of 1928

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University of Kansas University of Missouri PAGE 16 ,ian 7'1TY Y VXSQX76' W -SA CARL D. GUM Principal of Senior High School B. S. in Educalion, State Teachers College, Cape Girardeau, Mo. A. M. University of Missouri State Teachers College, Greeley, Colorado PAGE 17 B Roo EUUCAT ON ' if Ho' . 'i ' . 1, N l OA F A ff X If NlI2,Z.f'0'jfWV"f1,e, ' fwfr. JQ77, Wy? 1, I vigil, , I 0 own Q8 Rgwn ENUM W ,Q Thompson Kaupp Oliver Clack Johnson Allbright Taylor Dorman Wilson REMA THOMPSON, lwvlllikeevinxt: Business Law: Business Eng' lis . B. S. in Education, State Teachers College, Springfield, Mo. Graduate Work, University of Chicago. Graduate Work, University of California. "Now students ........ ......... .. ..... " ONEZ FIRESTONE KAUPP, Latin: Spanish: English. A. A. Cottey Junior College, Nevada, Mo. li. A. Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa. "Now, let's take for example." VIRGINIA OLIVER, European History: Debating. Ii. S. in Education, State Teachers College, Springfield, Mo. Graduate Work, University of Missouri. "Please don't be so general." ANNA L. CLACK, Social Science: Dramatics. B. S. in Education, State Teachers College, Warrensburg, Mo. Graduate Work, University of Missouri. "Well, now see here,' iwith much hand waving., DAISY JOHNSON, Teachers' Training. B. S. in Education, State Teachers College, Springfield, Mo. Residence Requirement for M. A., Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn "Yes, that's all right. Doctor McMurray said that." NETTIE ALLBRIGHT. English. B. S. in Education, State Teachers College, Cape Girardeau, Mo. A. M. University of Missouri. "Sssh ............................ " R. G. TAYLOR. Science: Mathematics. . B. S. in Education, State Teachers College, Springfield, Mo. "Now, let's not have any of your super-in- tclligencef' NELT. DORMAN Shorthand: Typing. Il. S. State Teachers College, Springfield, Mo. Graduate Work, Denver University, Den- ver, Colo. "I'm tellin' you now, I mean it." MRS. J. A. WILSON, Agriculture: Commercial Studies. B. Pe. State Teachers College, Springfield. Mo. B. S. State Teachers College, Pittsburnr. Kas. Nevada Business College, Nevada, Mo. "I see you are advertising for eighth hour." PAGE 19 Coplen Vardin Wright J ones McGovney Inwood Reid Eichinger Foltz DON COPLEN, Manual Training. State Teachers College, Pittsburg, Kas. Purdue University. Indiana University. "Get on your benches." JEANETTE WARDIN, Jr. Hixrh Home Economics: Hygiene. B. S. in Education, University of Missouri. Cottey Junior College, Nevada, Mo. "I've given no one permission to talkf' MRS. RUTH WRIGHT, Physical Educationg English. B. S. in Education, University of Missouri. "All right girls, fall in." fwhat?l or "Get in line if you want your shoes." ELDON C. JONES. Supervisor of Instrumental Music: Director of Band and Orchesrta. Pupil of Paris Chambers and F. N. Innes. Seventh Cavalry Band U. S. A. Thirteenth Cavalry Band, U. S. A. Texas Conservatory of Music. "All right, let's go-" EDNA M'GOVENEY, Home Economics. B S. in Education, State Teachers College. Warrensburpz, Mo. "Girls, give me your attention." NISLLE INWOOD, Librarian: Secretary to Principal. The following please see Mrs. Inwood in the office after school. J. W. REID, Physical Education: Mathematics. B. S. in Education, State Teachers College, Warrensburg, Mo. "I'll run you around town twice." ZELMA EICHINGER. Secretary to Superintendent and Board of Education. "O, that phone! I can't get a thing done." MAKJORIE T. FOLTZ. Supervisor of Vocal Music: Director of Glee Clubs. B. M. Christian College, Columbia, Mo. Horner Institute. Kansas Citv, Mo. State Teachers College, Pittsburg, Kas. Wichita Municipal University, Wichita, Kas. "Altos too strident." PAGE 20 Davis Winders McAtee Holt Reid Copeland llimlmuyzh Gum Johnson MRS. GRACE DAVIS, MRS YANA REID, Mathematics. -lr High Study Hall. State Teachers College, Cape Girardeau, U. S in Education, State Teachers College. Mo. State Teachers College, Pittsburg, Kas. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis- consin, "Fe, fi, fo, fum, I smell chewing-gum! l-1'l'llYL WINDERS. English: Dramatics. State Teachers College, Springfield, Mn. Cottey Junior College, Nevada, Mo. "Prepare, please, rise and pass" MARY REANE'1"l'E M'ATEE, Mathematics. li. S. University of Missouri. Graduate Work, University of Californiu, Los Angeles. "You folks just make me want to tear my hair out." RUBY V. HOLT, Principal Jr. H. S.: Mathematics. B S in Education, State Teachers Collefre, Warrensburg, Mo. "Now, listen here ..... ..." Warrensburg, Mo. State Teachers College, Greeley, Colo. 'That will do now: I don't want to hear any more of that." lf'I.UltA BELLE COPELAND, History. State Teachers College, Springfield, Mo. "A word tn the wise is sufficient." ALVA E. LIMBAUGH, General Science: History: Mechanical Darw- infr. State Teachers College, Springfield. Mo. 'Well. we'll see if we 1.-an'l 1xi.e you an littlc hint." MARYANA B. GUM, Civics: English. State Teachers College, Cape Girardeau Mo. Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. "There now, you're coming along nicely.' ULAII JOHNSON. Geography: English. Cottey Junior College, Nevada, Mo. State Teachers College, Warrensburg, Mo. State Teachers College, Sprinlfleld. M0- "Isn't now, never was, never will be." PAGE 21 e 7' A 4 , fx w -vt N-af, - -ww ,..: f S5Y,k,1 A ,, P L QQ Q X X L Z 1 K N55 SEN! QQ Greek Chronology Both Ancient and Modern In the early autumn of 1924 fparaphrase, 1200 B. CJ there swept down upon the civilization of Achea-N. H. S., to be exact-a horde of wild, uncultured, bar- barians gathered from the ends of the unknown. They either completely oblit- erated or changed the ancient civilization so markedly that this is an important epoch in the history of Achea. These wild tribesmen were at first without a form of government, virtuafly the ideal anarchy, where everything seemed to conform with the most theoretical of anarchists. As time passed, however, these tribesmen began to assimilate the rudi- ments of what nowadays is termed "civi1ization.', During the passage of 600 years fSept., 1924-Sept., 19251 or about 600 B. C., these Greeks nad perfected a democracy. To the wise and diplomat.c Clisthenes lCharles Baker! and his corps of efficient generals is due chiefly the splend.d re- sults accomplished in this Era. These Greeks-or as they were later called, Athenians-waged a decisive war with the Persians fClass '27J and in the bat- tle of Salamis fClass Playb won the Class Play Banner. Later another of the illustrious Athenians, Pericles, rose to power. During this reign much was accomplished, although there were no outstanding victories or triumphs, save one. The Spartans fClass '29J were defeated in the battle of Leuctra lClass Play '2'7J and the Athenians added another Class Play Banner to their increasing Laurels. Another triumph for these hardy fighters was the Per- sians' defeat in the Baseball Triangle. As a final triumph, there arose among these industrious tribesmen a still more important form, Alexander the Great, fClarence Oberlinj with Miss'Anna Clack as aide-de-camp. Under the competent guidance of these illustrous figures, the Greeks set out on a career of conquest. The first battle won was the decisive engagement of Issus QActivity Salej and the result was another pennant annexed to the al- ready multifarious array of Green and White. Following close on the heels of this signal victory came another, that of Ara- bela 1Open Sessionj and another trophy was added to their collection. Sometime later another battle took place and these Greeks carried off the standard bearing the Comet Sale Banner, and shortly afterward that bearing the Coffer-Miller Pennant. A singular and yet to be expected coincidence of this last Era is the fact that only one important battle was lost by these valiant fighters-and that defeat might be termed a Pyrrhic victory for the enemy because of the price it paid. Another outstanding fact about this tribe was that they ranked higher in the scale of scholarship, both individually and as a general average, than any of the tribes that immediately preceded them. And now, since the school year is close to its end, these modern Greeks, like Alexander the Great of old, are looking forward to new worlds to conquer. -WILLIAM SPAYD CLASS OFFICERS H126 l927 H128 President Charles Baker Clarence Oberlin Clarence Oberlin Vice-President Marylee Phelps Robert Henderson Robert Henderson Secretary Clarence Oberlin Melba Rhea Virginia Callaway Treasurer Alberta Johnson Pauline Stevens Letha Drown PAGE 24 v'f"ff'?f"" :eg 41-' f f X 'T P' E Henderson Oberlin Cnlluwuy Drown SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ........ . ...... ...................... C larence Oberlin Vice-President .... .... R obert Henderson Secretary .......... ..... V irzinia Callaway Treasurer ..,.... .........,. I .etha Drown SPONSOR Miss Anna Chuck COLORS Green and White FLOWER White Ro.-e MOTTO A quitter never wins, and a winner never quits CLASS SONG To our rlilTiculties: Let's greet them, hint them CLAS SONG Tune: Land ol' Mine Class of mine, mine, mine, Oh, class of mine, mine, mine, Thru the halls of N. H. S. Such a bunch you'll never find: We're the class of sterling worth, We're the finest class on earth, Class of mine, class of mine, Class of mine, mine, mine. Class of mine, mine, mine, Oh, class of mine, mine. mine, From the youngest to the oldest You're the finest of the fine: With your banners floating o'er you 'l'here's no class can stand before you Class of mine, class of mine, Class of' mine, mine, mine. PAGE 25 treat them X... Rhea Wiahf Blakely Alkire Churchill Howell Morgan Hornback Kessler Wells MELBA Rl-IEA QPyorrheal There's language in her eye, her cheek, her lip, nay, her foot speaks. Glee Club '26, '27, '28. Secretary '27. Springfield Festival-Voice, Second '26, '27. Spring Festival '28, Winner Soprano Division. Operetta '26 f"Polished Pebbles"J. Operetta '27 "Windmills of Holland." Open Session '27 "Grandma Pulls the String." Open Session '28 "Jones vs Jones." Class Play "Elise Bendottif' TALBOT WIGHT lTabl Hut what of this, are we not all in love- Student Forum '26, Open Session '27, '28. Charter Member National Honor Societyl As- sociaite Editor of Comet '27. D. A. R. Medal "27. Debate Team '28. Business Manager Comet '28. President Student Council '28. Class Play. "David McKenzie." IMOGENE BLAKELY llmal Nature to all things a limit fits This is one of my limits. Dramatic Club '27, '28. Open Session '27 "Enter the Hero." Open Session '28 "Jones vs Jones." Spring Festival '27 Winner Girls' Readinfzs. Class Play "Lillian." HOYT ALKIRE lBudl All good men are dying, I don't fell well myself, Noisy Dozen '26. Dramatic Club '27, '28. Open Session '27 "Red Carnations." Open Session '28 "Jones vs Jones." Class Play- "Jim Simpkinsf' MARJORIE CHURCI-IELL lPee Weel Her heart is like a garden row, Where many pleasant blossoms grow. Glee Club '27, '28. Operetta Chorus '27. Dramatic Club '28. Librarian '27, 28. Open Session fStayze Committee '28l. Pep Club Cheer Leader '28. National Honor Society. Comet Kodak Editor '28. Class Play, "Alix Mercier." BURL HOWELL IB. C. HJ An answer to a maiden's prayer. Vice President Student Council '28. Foot- ball '26. Basketball '26, Capt. '27, and '28 4Mid-West Teaml. Ppen Session '28, "Son of the Emperor." School Sport Reporter '28, President Dramatics Club '28. "N" Club. Class Play "Austin Bevansf' ISABEL MORGAN Klssyl So sweet a face, such angel grave. Librarian '27. Dramatic- Club '28. Open Session fstaze Committee '28l Class Play "Dotsie." HOPE HORNBACK Some men are dangerous-they think too much. Comet Editor-in-Chief '28. Comet Asst. Business Mgr. '27. Winner Gold Medal Con- test '28. Winner Lincoln Essay '27. Debate 'Feam '27, '28. Charter Member of National Honor Society. Valedictorian. State Curri- ffular Contest--Chemistry--Columbia. Pitts- llllrli. Inter-State Chemistry Honor Roll. JANET KESSLER lFistyl A long way to her head but not to her heart. ' Dramatic Club '28. Open Session '28. Bas- ketball Squad '27. Spring Festival '28. Con- cert '28. Class Play, "Madge Kent." EMORY WELLS 1Fishl A self-made man who adores his maker. Print Shop Pressman '27. Print Shop Foreman '28. Chemistry Honor Roll '28. Stage Committee, Class Play '28 Stage Man- ager '28. Dramatic Club '28. PAGE 26 Adams Thorpe Stevens Fowler P4-ak Oberlin Woody Cole OPAL ADAMS She is quiet-sometimes! Needlecraft '25. Glee Ciub '28.. Music Concert '2t'K. Class Play "Mary Brown." LAWRENCE THORPE tCheckersl Wisely and slowly l fro, they stumble who iro too fast. Football '2!4. Basketball '28, 'l'rnr'k '28- llrunulliv Clulx '2R. Librarian '28, PAULINE STEVENS We feel the greatest admiration for the vir- tues of this younir lady. Orchestra '26, '27, '28, Glee Club '27, '28, Treasurer '27. Operetta '27, Typinir '28, Class Play Committee '2R. Awards Wl'lNDl'1l.L FOWLER iSackl Calm yourself, i'm never serious. Dramatci Club Vice President '28. Open Session '28, "Son of the Emperor." Spring Festival '28, "Speaking to Father." Student Forum '26. Librarian '28. Tennis Team '26. Runner-up in Tennis '27, Class Play HGGOTKP lloyd." u1.1css1i: PEAK 41-:mem ' Picture shows and an auto ride, Dates galore and l'm satisfied. Orchestra '26, '27, '28, Spring Festival '26, "27. '2R. Shorthand Awards '27, '28, Typinj: Awards '28. Springfield '26. Class Play, "Edna Grant." PAGE Thompson Wade CLARENCE OBERLIN lSackl Our friend, our brother and our king. Senior President '28. Open Session '28, "Son of the Emperor." Student Council 'ZPL Crimson and Gray '27. Junior President '27. Sophomore Secretary '26, MILDRED WOODY This is the maiden all forlorn, That rose when cock crowed in the morn. T. T. C. '27, '2B. Lincoln Essay Contest '27. Pei-feet Attendance '2K. JOHN COLE iColyj Corn beef and cabbage, a bowl of soup, Hot lemonade and needles in the loop. Stage Crew '27, '28. Open Session '27, "The Pie in the Oven." Football Squad '27. Spring Festival '28, "Speaking to Father." Dramatii- Ululn '27, '28, Class Play "'l'im Simnkin:-i." NORA TOMPKINS Her hair is of the gimzer hue, But for all that she's true blue. Dramatic Club '25. T. T. C. '27, '28. V ICRNON WADE lt's a great plague to he too handsome a man. Orchestra '25, '27, '28. Glee Club '25, '27, '28. Spring Festival, Mixed Chorus, '25, '27, '28. Boys' Quartet '28. Substitute Usher '27. Typing Awards '27, '28. Shorthand Awards '28 27 l Drown Henderson Hunt True Bills Spayd Phelps Novimrer Eslinzer Maxwell LETHA DROWN tPatJ Brains and popularity zo hand in hand. Charter Member National Honor Society. State Letter Winner. Debate Team '27. Comet Assistant Artist '27, Comet Associate Editor '28, President T. T. C. '27, '28, Class Treasurer '28, Curricula Contest Psychology, Pittsbury, Columbia. Glass Play "Miss Hayes." ROBERT HENDERSON fBobJ He Rains wisdom in a happy way. Vice President '27, '28, Adv. Mgr, Comet '28, Football '28, Charter Member National Honor Society. Open Session '28, "Rice Pud- dim:" Operetta '27, "Windmills ol' Holland." Spring: Festival '27, First Place Shorthand. Spring Festival '28, First Place Vocal Solo. ILA MAE HUNT tMikeJ Always a smile, never a frown, She stands the test from grades on down. Dramatic Club '27, '28, Glee Club '28, Na- tional Honor Society. Shorthand Awards '28. Typing Awards '27, '28. Open Session '28, "Pie in the Oven." District and Tri-Stats Typing Winner '27. Sprint: Festival '27, '28, Winner Typing. VERN TRUE They say-he's an all-around good fellow. Typing Awards '27, '28, Lincoln Essay Contest '27, Orchestra Spring Festival '25, '26, '27, '28, Spring Festival 'lZ7-Second Place in Trombone Solo. Spring Fetival '28 -Winner Trombone Solo. Glee Club '25. Spelling Contest '26, Music Concert '28. EVELYN BILLS iBilD She's not a flower, she's not a pearl, She is simply a charming girl. Dramatic Club '28. Open Session '28, "Rice Pudding." Basketball '27, Capt. '28. Section Room Chairman '28, Assistant Kodak Editor Comet '28, Class Play "Muriel," WILLIAM SPAYD tliilll I Greater men than I may have lived, but l doubt it Comet Assistant Adv. Mgr. '27. State Let- ter Winner. Charter Member National Honor Society. Typing and Shorthand Teams '27, '28. Usher '27, '28, Gold Medal Contest '27. Lincoln Essay Contest '27. Spelling Contest '28, MARYLEE PHELPS tADpiel A noble maid with dark hair She and "He" make a dandy pair. Vice President '26. Glee Club '26, '27. '28, Uperetta '26, '27. Typing Awards tSe-cond Place at Pittsburg 'l'ri-State Meet and Spring Festivztl '27, National Honor Society. Student Council '26, '28, lil-1l'l'H NOVINGER fFootl Honor is purchased by the deeds we do, Football Squad '24, '25, Football Letter- man '26, Capt, '27. Basketball '27, '28, 'l'rm'k 'l'eam '24, '25, Letterman '26, '27. Usher '26, '27, Student l-'orum '26, National Athletiu Scholarship Society '28, IRENE ESLING ER 'Tis a friendly heart that has plenty ol' friends. Entered from Montevallo, Sept. 1926. Typ- ing Awards '28, Shorthand Awards '28, LEON MAXWELL tLonl As large as life and twice as natural. Usher '26, Head Usher '28, Open Session '28, "Son of the Emperor." Assistant Print Shop Foreman '28, Dramatic Club '28, Class Play '28, Stage Committee. PAGE 28 Hammersley Riley McGinley Reynolds Wysong Scholl Griffith Wallace Phillips , Johnson PEARL I-IAMERSLEY A Lzirl who enjoys work ln it she does not shirk. Entered from Cottey College, Sept. 1927 FRANCIS RILEY lWriirleY7 Well, somebody has to be at the bottom. VIRGINIA M'GINLEY lCheckie7 Speaking of John? No, not John Cabot. T. T. C. '27, Sec. '28. Perfect Attendance '27, '2S. Dramatics '28, Open Session ' 28. "Rice Pudding." Senior Home Roome Sec- retary '28. REED REYNOLDS Giddap, Napoleon, it looks like rain. Usher '27, '28. LENORA WYSONG Quite a cunning little prospective school teacher. Entered from Milo Sept. 1927. T. T. C. '28. See. and Treas. of Jr. T. T. C. '2S. PAGE E. B. SCHOLL tShoatJ He has beautiful flaxen hair and will until he fdyesh. Cperetta '27. Basketball '27, Capt. '28. Football '26, '27. Honorable Mention ADI Southwest Tackle '28. State Letter Winner '27. Glee Club '26, '27, '28. All Southwest Basketball Guard fSecond Teamj '28, State Super Letter Winner '28. IRENE GRIFFITH fGritfieJ Smile and grow thin. T. T. C. Vice-President '28. Dramatic Club '28. Glee Club '28. Perfect Attendance '26, '27, '28. JOHN WALLACE U-Iaywirel Never works, never worries, Never flunks, never hurries. Usher '27, '28. Lincoln Essay Contest '27. W. C. T. U. Contest '26, Spelling Contest '25, '26. Typing awards '28. Shorthand Awards '28. Honor Roll Crimson and Gray '27. RUTH PHILLTPS tDollyb Eyes darker than darkest pansies, and hair more black than ashbuds. Basketball '27, '28. T. T. C. '27, '28 Treas. Glee Club '28. JOHN JOHNSON If silence were golden, he'd start another gold rush. Dramatics Club '27. Rapid Calculation '24. 29 Beckett Allen Wert Hansen Davis Emery Roberts Oberlin Longley Abbott l'Il,lZAl5E'1'H IQECKETT RALPH EMERY fShortyl He's all wrapped up in bafketball and- Pep Club '27, '28, Glee Club '28, Basket-- ball Squad '26, Usher '27, Track '28, Toiling, rejoicing, studying Onward through life she goes. Entered from Pattonsburg, Sept. 1926. Dramatic Club '28, ORIN ALLEN Smart enough to keep still. Usher '27, '28, Dramatic Club '27, '28, Music Concert '28, Open Session '27, "Son ot' the Emperor." ERMA lt0l!ER'l'S Talkimrl Ye Gods, will she uever stop? C. '27, '28, Vice-President '27, LORRAINE WEIU1' lf the world would end tomorrow, let me ERNEST OHERMN murine, die talkimr. An honest man's the noblest work ot' God. Or Divinely tall and most divinely slim. Orchestra '26, '27, '28, Glee Club '28, TSP- ture Operator '27, Inter-Class Baseball '27 im: Awards '28, Spring Festival '27, '28, 'l'lio '28, "N" Club '28, Dramatic Club '28, HARRY IIANSEN tliauclsomc llarryj On his cornet he's considered the best, ANNAHE11 LUNGLEY t5h0l'iYl Within the bound of the southwest- Hiizh in ideals but not in stature. liarleball '26. Orchestra '25, '27, '28, Glee Entered from Jefferson City Sept. 1926 Clllb '26, '27- ODCYGUZII '25, '26, '27- Spring Typing Awards '27, '28, Librarian '28, Per Festival, Second Place Cornet Solo, '28, feet Attendance '27, '2B. Reading Circle '25, Ml'1l.liA LEE DAVIS Nature must have her little joke. ARCJHUL AlfU01"l' Glee Club '27, '28, Operetta Chorus '27, Women and grades! Assistant Kodak Editor "Comet" '27, Bas- Football '27, '28, Basketball '27, '28, Al ketball '26, '27, '28, Home Room Secretary Mid-West Team fCenterJ, Track '27 '2rl. Class Play "Ethel," Dramatic Club '28, Usher '2B. PAGE 30 Dramatic Club '28, Glee Club '28, T, 'l'. Football '27, Electrician '28, Motion Pic- 1 Spayd Ritchey McVey Melville Hoa! Ward Clary Fine MARY ELLEN SPAYD We heard a farmer won her heart We don't know his name-only part- Frank Home Room Treasurer '28. Typing Awards '27, '28. Shorthand Awards '28. FORREST RITCIIEY Oh, this learning, what a thing it isl Shorthand Awards '28. Typing Awards '28. Perfect Attendance '26, '27, '28. VELMA M'VEY A irirl who is studiously demure, She has a sweet disposition I'm sure. Entered from Lewis, Kansas, Sept. 1926. T. T. C. '27, '28. IGLMEIL MELVILLE Make much of me, good men are scarce. Basketball '27, '28. Vice-President " Club '28. Glee Club '28. Dramatic Club '28. Open Session '28, "Son of the Emperor." N.. l.Il.l.ll'l HOAG Life is real, life is earnest- 'l'. T. C. '27, '28. Dramatic Club '27, Lin- coln Essay Contest '27. Gold Medal Prelim- inary '27. Perfect Attendance '26, '27, '28. PAGE Davis Spencer JAMES WARD 1MonkeyJ Hang sorrow, care would kill a cat And therefore let's be merry. Usher '27, '28. Class Play '28, Advertis- ing: Committee. Cheer Leader '28. Open Ses- sion '28, "Son of the Emperor." Dramatic Club '27, '28. Section Room Vice-Chairman '28. Crimson Sz Gray '27. ELMA CLARY Her modesty is a candle to her merit. T. T. C. '27, '28. Perfect Attendance '28. ROGER FINE His name tells it Baseball Capt. '26, '27, Track '28. Home Room Vice-Chairman '28. Basketball Squad '28. Pep Club '28. MARIE DAVIS tGurly Lucksl Take me a car ride and 1'll happy bc, A flapper she is you can easily see. Pep Club '27, '28. Glee Club '25. Open Session '28, "Son of the Emperor." Typing Awards '27, '28. Shorthand Awards '27, '28. Class Play "Celia Harris." DARRELL SPENCER I can't sleep at home, I sleep ln class. Basketball Squad '25, '26. Athletic Club '25, '26, Usher '27, '28. Librarian '28. Glee Club '25. 31 Ford Heywood Forster Davis Jghngon Williams Steward Yeisley Callaway Cook ELVA FORD lFlivverD A man's a man for a' that. Dramatic Club '27. Glee Club '28. T. T. C. '27, '28. Home Room Chairman '26, Peppy Dozen '26, Librarian '27. NORMA HHYWOOD She has a heart with room for every joy. Glee Club '28. Typing Awards '27, '28. Shorthand Awards '28, Basketball '27, '28. EVELYN FORSTER 1ParkieJ On with the dance, let joy be unconfined. Typimz Awards '28, Shorthand Awards '28. Lincoln Essay Contest '27. W. C. T. U. Theme '26, Librarian. Spelling Contest '26. BARBARA DAVIS lllobl The only way to have a friend is to be one. Home Room President '26, '27. Librarian '28. Student Council '28, ALBERTA JOHNSON lBertl She loves her studies and nothing more. Operetta '27 "Windmills of I-Iallond." Glee Club '27. Open Session '28, "Son of the Em- peror." Treasurer '26, Class Play, "Sally." PAGE RAYMOND WILLIAMS fwimiyy Keen sense and common sense, No room for nonsense. Basketball '2S. National Athletic ship Society. "N" Club '28, Scholar- LILLIE STEWARD A closed mouth catches no flies. Dramatic Club '28, Shorthand Awards '28, :,gy7ping8 Awards '28. Perfect Attendance '26, ZOA YEISLEY A perfect machine for silence. Entered from Lamar Sept 1026. Typing: Awards '27, '28, Shorthand Awards '28. VIRGINIA CALLAWAY lVirgzieJ Compare her face with some I knuw. And it makes me think thy swan a crow. National Honor Society. Secretary Senior Class '28. Secretary Comet '28, Librarian '28. Student Forum '26. Spring Festival '27, Second Place Shorthand. Spring Festival '28, Winner Shorthand. Class Play, Properties Committee. VICTOR COOK Oh, where did you net that big, beautiful. baby-like blush. Y Football '24, '25, '26, Capt '27. Track '25. President Athletic Club '26, 32 Hill Loving Steuck Pike Dahmer Allen GENEVIEVE HILL Eat, drink and be merry, Tomorrow, ye may die Glee Club '28. 'l'ypimz Award: hand Awards '28. Needlvcraft '25. '28. Short- Wll.LA MAE LOVING lwillicl Day in. day out. from morn 'till nixrht Willa keeps her hook in sizht. Basketball '27. Typing Awards '27. Li- brarian '28. Perfect Attendance '26. WAl.'l'ER STEUCK lStuickiel Fat men must benfolly for they can neither iight nor run away. Dramatic Club '27, '28. Football '28. Open Session Plays '28, "Pie in the Oven." Spring! Festival Glee Club '28. "N" Club '28. Typing Awards '27, '28. Shorthand Awards '27, '28. Class Play "Homer Johns." l.uSlCl,E'CHEItltY illhcrryb Where fun and duty crash l.et duty sro to Smash. Entered from Walker, Sept. hall '28. Typing Awards '28. 1512 7. Basket- l?Olt'l'HA DICKERSON She has a charm we must admit, Sparkling eyes and bubbling wit. Shorthand Awards '28. Orchestra '26, '27, '28. Glee Club '28. Gold Medal Winner '27. Spring Festival '26, '27, '28, Readings. Class Play, "Miss Curtis." PAGE Chex ry Dir-kerzon Cless Argo EVELYN PIKE Modesty is a jewel. Typing Awards '27, '28. Glee Club '28. Perfect Attendance '26, '27. THOMAS DAHMER l'l'ommyl l pin my faith to no girls' sleeve. Football '27. Pep Club '27. Substitute Usher '28 National Athletic Scholarship So- ciety. "N" Club '28. FREIDA ALLEN lEDDiel A merry heart doeth good like medicine. Dramatic Club '27, '28. Typing Awards '27. '28. Shorthand Awards '27, '28. Home Room Treasurer '27, '28. Perfect Attendance '28. Wll,l.lAM CLESS lliilll l remember once I had a date- llnsketboll '27, '28. Track '27, '28. Glee- Clulm '27, '28. Usher '28. Operetta '27, "Windmills of Holland." "N" Club '28. Baseball '27. National Athletic Scholarship Society. GEORGIA ARGO lGeorge1 A daughter of the gods Divinely tall and most divinely fair. Clarinet Solo '26, '28. Orchestra '25, '26, 7 "27. '28 Glee Club '28. Girls' Trio 28. Music Concert '28. 33 FN' Wg. - V, , f xirspa, ,,7gi"v'M'7'v"-gf 'ww A W wfsf 1 C1313 pigmdlv 1 . fb' v lv , 1 4 s ,gf - L f f ' 4 J. fl ' -V a A Ay ,i A I ,g ' ' ,, 2 L 5 1 ' ,ps W .N X gf ji, ' W w F' W g 4 Q N A - f, ,"' Z . , AMR - JWWHORS Normsn Stump Dail Bowman Coplen JUNIOR OFFICERS ' President ......,..................... . ,...... ,... B en Ed Stumv Vice-President .... . .............. ...... F ranklin Norman Secretary .......... ............................ D orot'1y Dail- Treasurer ....... ............................ R alph Bowman SPONOSOR Mr. Coplen COLORS Purple and Gold JUNIOR CLASS OF '28 f'Tune: "Yankee Doudle"J 'l'hu Junior Class you now behold We're accurate, swift and jolly: Hold to our hands. you'lI reach the top Without a bit of folly. Cho: Juniors, Juniors, keep it up Juniors Not forever- .Iuniors headed for the top We're going up toyzether. The Junior Class is in its prime We've picked a path to show you That we are climbing' up the stairs And have a rope to tow you. The Junior Class have done their part We know the time is nearing: When we shall be n better set PROUD SENIORS, BRAVE, UNFEARING. MAY MAGEE. PAGE 36 Potter Pnnnell Miller Heywood Heffner Doerle MvCozley Evans MAXINE POTTER Much Pep IRENE PANNELL Irresistable Performer ANNA HEFFNER Ambitious Heartbreaker MARCELLA DOERLE Mirthful Damsel RUBY REED Really Rare MARIE WILCOOX Musical Wonder WILMA MILLER Wild Madcap LILY HEYWOOD Likeable Handful ALICE M'CAGHY Always Merry VESTA EVANS Virtuous Ever BONNIE KOEHLER Blithe Kid RUTH HARRISON Regular Helper PAGE 37 Reed Wilcox Koehler Harrison Whitebread DPOWU Wade AUM Sbivey Welch Humble McFadden Schnedler True Cox TERRANCE WHITEBREAD Tactful Worker LOUISE DROWN Lovely Dryad LORAN WADE Lightning Writer LENA AULT Likely Angel MELVIN SPIVEY Mere Spider HELEN WELCH Highbrow Worker KATHRYN HUMBLE Kind Hearted JAMES MORRIS Just Maybe ARAMETHA M'FADDEN Artful Miss CHARLES SCHNEDLER Crazy Sap BESSIE TRUE Busy Thinker PAUL COX Polished Chewer PAGE 38 Kendrick Williams Logan Norman Moss Lindley Crawford Haslett ALLEN KENDRICK A Kowpuncher VIRGINIA WILLIAMS Very Winsome LEE MOSS Les Miserables ALMOND LINDLEY A Lily ALVA FORNEY Always Funny MARY E. PORTA Mighty Exciting Person BETTY LOGAN Big Laugh ' FRANKLIN NORMAN Fake Number LAVESIA CRAWFORD Laughing Charmer GERALD HASLETT Gay Hercules BEVERLY SUE TODD Beautiful Sweet Thing FRANK DUNCAN Fleetfoot Dandy PAGE 89 Forney Porta. Tmhl Duncan Vmnzhn Murphy Scott Brooks Dean Deinimrer Tompkins Foland RUTH VAUGHN Rather Vigorous GETHAL MURPHY Good Man ETHEL DEAN Exceedingly Dliligent GEORGE DEININGER Gay Defender ' FRANCES BOUND Fiddling' Baby BILLY CLARK Big Cheese JOE SCOTT Joyful Simpleton ALMA BROOKS Ardent Bosser JONATHAN TOMPKINS Judicious Titian EULA FOLAND Excellent Friend DAVID CURRENT Desperate Chap JEAN COLLIER Jolly Comrade PAGE 40 Bound Clark Current Collier 'l'ux-pin Stump Maxwell Reeder Magee Clark Johnson Williams ANALICE TURPIN Alluring Temptress BEN ED STUMP ' Best Ever Sent MAY MAGEE Magnanimous Mademoiselle CHARLES CLARK , Capable Champ HELEN MASSIE Heavenly Music-maker MORRIS CARR Muchly Conceited CECIL MAXWELL Cave Man FLOSSIE REEDER Flirt Rater CHARLES JOHNSON Charming Jentleman ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Ever Willing CARL WILSON Cherub Wit EVA COULTER Ever Coy PAGE 41 Massie Carr Wilson Coulter Use Mildness to Others, but Not to Yourself-HPyfh11AQo1'11.f VASE 42 r fl gg'a3?2 '53 8 QQ' SOPHOMORES 1 Hunt Tow Bauer L. Kaupp Kaupp SOPHOMORE OFFICERS President ............................................ Richard Tow Vice-President ...................................... Glenn Hunt. Secretary .......... ........ . Helen Bauer Trensurer ...... ..... L awrcnco Kmmp SPONSOR Mrs. Kaupp COLORS Red and White PAGE 44 Top Row-Beulah Hester, Francis Carney, Ruth Lambert, Benford Donnelly, Caladonia Orear, William Wright, Lelah Lile Foster. Second Row--Lester Swick, Leona Brooks, Harveylee Isbell, Esta Key, Harry Studer, Virginia Carpenter, Albert Mills. Third Row--Helen Harris, Harold Stewart, Nellie Mae Cless, Harold Simcosky, Ruth Wallace, William GriR'in, Vera Griffith. I-'AG E 45 K Top Row-Dolores Simcosky, Vaughn Mann, Lacy Watson, Hol'and Colyar, Margaret Norman Howard Foster. Dorothy Griffith. - Second Row-Elmo Richardson, Inez Roberts, Robert Hightower, Freda Pugh. Joseph Martin Geneva Darr, Ralph Pitts. Third Row-Harriet Taylor, Mary Jane Bolen, Ada Lee Crawford, Joseph White, Carmen Craw ford, Anne Elizebath Inwood, Louise Thies. PAGE 46 Top Row--Marguerite Thorpe, Charles Melville, Marjorie Kirkpatrick, Lloyd Morris, Irene Owens. Elvin Ephland, Margaret Burdick. Second Row-Wyatt Niemeyer. Zelma Reed, Albert Duncan, Mary Magee, John Crockett, Helen Ebclimz, R115 mond Lee. Third Row-Louise Legan, Vernon Swick, Florence Hall, George Cole, Hazel King, Elvin Mc- Bratney, Dorothy Jones. PAGE 47 Top Row-Richard Tow, Dora Mae Crews, Clarence Cress, Clara Rimmer, Loran Davis Second Row-Glenn Hunt, Helen Bauer, Lawrence Kaupp. PAGE 48 I call my sweetie Hdandruif' cause he's always on my neck. Women are like money, keep 'em busy or they lose interest. Many a young man spends a lot of time with a miss in his motor. She was cnly a chemistry professor's daughter, so she always had a retort. .illil Wendell: "I'm choking." Imogene: "Can't I help you?" CCottey Girl to Virginia Alkirej : "What's your brother like?" V. A.: "Wine, women and song." The absent minded professor who- Struck his wife and kissed a match. "If you see Sally don't tell her that you saw me," said the hus- band to his brother-in-law at the stage door. The orchestra will now render a selection entitled, "Nobody Knows What a Red Headed Mama Will Do in A Flat." Miss Anna: "Puritan men were never allowed to kiss their wives on Sunday, for that was not a day for amusement." Talbot: "I love you, gal." Mary E.: "Are you talking to me or to that gallon of liquor." J. B. Dade: "Hamlet certainly was a great Dane." Charles Clark: "Well, I never knew that Shakespeare wrote about dogs before." James Ward: 'Tm an artist." Emory Wells: "Fm an artist also." Unnecessary One: "Ohl I see, a pair of drawers." Franklin Norman: "My girl is like the horizon." Cecil Maxwell: "How's that?" Franklin: "Never comes nearer." Margaret Norman: "How do you account for your big feet- heredity or environment?" John Crockett: "Environment, you see I was raised in the foot- hills." Burl Ito drug clerkj : "Is this candy good?" Drug Clerk: "Is it good? , Why, it's as pure as the girl of your dreams. Burl Howell: "I'll have a package of gum." PAGE 49 No Man's Free Who ls Not Master of Himself---Epc1'l1'l11J PAGF 50 1 fH4' w 3' ' 9 X , . - , X Y K?" TJ XXX ffl!! l f -14 QM p, if 11+ WM , f W U f Q mn II 76, l,,, !l , M L .X v i., X J 1 W f-E . Q5 "?'fMy Y SPIVG J Dorman O'Dell Reid Wright Coaches The success of our 1927-28 teams was in no small measure due to the time and energy spent by our coaches. At all times they gave our teams the best of advice and were boosters of N. H. S. On out-of- town games they proved themselves "real fellows" with the teams. Then here is to the future success of our coaches, may they be as successful in later years as they have been during this past season! PAGE 52 W earers of the "N" .l-1 FOOTBALL Archie Abbott '26, '27 Thomas Dahmer '27 Allen Kendrick '27 Myrl McGlothlin '26, '27 Keith Novinger '26, '27 Paul Cox '27 Lawrence Thorpe '27 Robert Henderson '27 E. B. Scholl '26, '27 Walter Steuck '27 Gerald Haslett '26, '27 Cecil Maxwell '27 George Deininger '27 Clarence Gray '26, '27 Victor Cook '24, '25, '26, '27. Ernest Oberlin '27 Burl Howell '26 BASKETBALI Lawrence Thorpe '28 E. B. Scholl '27, '28 Gerald Haslett '28 George Deininger '28 J. B. Dade '28 Elmer Melville '27, '28 William Cless '28 Glenn Hunt '27, '28 Burl Howell '26, '27, '28 Keith Novinger '27, '28 Raymond Williams '28 Archie Abbott '27, '28 GIRLS BASKETBALL Evelyn Bills '27, '28 Melba Lee Davis '27, '28. Lucille Cherry '28 Ruth Phillips '27, '28 Norma Heywood '27, '28 I Lavesia Crawford '27, '28 Genevieve Tompkins '28 Lucille Evans '28 Allegra Hill '28 Louise Legan '28 Juanita Evans '28 Gwendolyn Piercy '28 Bonnie Koehler '28 Esta Key '28 Alice McCaghy '28 Ella Mae Dawes '28 Willa Mae Loving '27 Janet Kessler '27 PAGE 53 've ' S 2 f cy: Date Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Nov. 11 Nov. 18 Nov. 24 Place There There Here There Here There Here Therc Herc Hcrc Football THE SEASON yu Scores Aurora 4 Nevada Joplin 31 Nevada Harrisonville 0 Nevada Webb City 18 Nevada Fort Scott 13 Nevada Butler 7 Nevada Frontenac 2 Nevada Adrian 6 Nevada Carthage 6 Nevada Lamar 6 Nevada Top Row-Reid fCoachl, Deininger, Steuck, Pitts. Ahhott, Lewis, Haslctt, Gray, Kendrick Second Row-Hightower, Maxwell, Murphy, Ragsdale, Henderson, McGlothin, Thorpe, Dwhmer Cox, Cook, Scholl Novinger. First Row-Duncan, Saunders, Scott, Cole J., Swick, Cole G., Norman, Wclls, Oberlin. PAGE 54 ...--.-.. V X mxym .XI I ,.,.,...--.. KENDRICK, ALLEN--Half and Tackle "Horsey" could play any place, at any time and do a good job of it, too. He was a con- sistent ground gainer. ABBOTT, ARCHIE-End Archie played his last year in s. Tiger uni- form last fall. He was a hard tackler and few yards were gained around his end. DAHMER, THOMAS-Center Tommy played his first football during the past season. He was an accurate passer from the center position. His work on defense was the worry of many an opposing quarterback. McGLOTHIN, MYRL-I-Ialfback "Mac" was an earnest worker and was al- ways ready to do his bit to make football a clean sport in N. H. S. He is a Sophomore and will make the fur fly next year. Abbott Dahmer Kendrick McGlothlin PAGE 55 f S vapxfm -Q97 mi ' 'T f "W" Novinlzer. Captain NOVINGER, KEITH-Quarterback "Foot" is light but he makes that up in fight. He was a good trainer and an ex- vellent leader. The Tigers will miss his sift- nal-calling ability next year. COX, PAUL--Guard Paul will be seen blocking opponents and opening holes in the opposing line for hifi team mates to carry the hall through next year. He played his first football durimz the past season. 'l'I-IORPE, LAWREIQCE--Half' "Checkers" surprised himself when he car- ried the ball thirty yards against Aurora the first time he ever functioned in a gridiron r-ontest. HENDERSON, ROBERT-Guard Robert was always a hard fiyrhter. He too, played his first football this season but made marked improvement as the season prozre sed He will be missed in the Tigers' den in l928. SCHOLL, E. li.--Tackle "Shoat" played guard, tackle- end or any other place he was needed. H. B. was the hlond-headed chap from Nevada who made opposition take what he grave them. STEUCK, WALTER-Guard "Steucky" at guard was a stone wall. Walter played hard and never gave up until the whistle ended the frame. Cox Thorpe Il nclvrson Scholl Stem-k PAGE 56 A -RG' Q-'ZQTN1 ' 7' ST '2QTyN ' V HASLETT, GERALD-Tackle "Curley" is our 1928 Captain. He was given All Southwest honorable mention and will make a strong bid for an all-star posi- tion next season. He is a powerful oifensive and defensive player. MAXWELL, CECIL-Tackle "Ceo" showed remarkable ability in break- ing up opponents interference and spilling the play. Cecil was one of the best tackles on the team. DEININGER. GEORGE--End "Flash" broke into the game as a regular the latter part of the season. George is long and rangy and has considerable ability when it comes to snagzinsz forward passes. He will be back next year. GRAY, CLARENCE-Halfback "Tuffy" did the kicking and a good job of it, too. He also took his -turn in carrying the ball. He will be back next year to hit hard and hit 'em low. COOK, VICTOR-Fullback Victor played his last high school football this season. He was a hard plunging full- back. When the Tigers needed a yard Vic delivered. OHERLIN, ERNEST-Halfback Ernest made his first letter this fall. We regret that he cun't play next season because of graduation. llnslrti, Czultuin-Elec M xwpll De-inimxor Gray PAGE 57 U Cook Obi ilin ...ik-4-Dxf ,,,, Date Dec. 16 Dee. 20 Dee. 23 Jan. 6 Jan. 13 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 Jan. 24 Jan. 27 Jan. 31 Feb. 3 Feb. 7 Feb. 18 Felx. 22 Feb. 24 1 Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada JNLXVSJQX QEQQ1fQq is-' qlibgvir TS XC34:4,f'3'Wx'e- new 'iiijyakqfj ZMFQQW Basketball THE SEASON Place Scores Hero Harwood 7 Here Liberal 32 Here Minden Mines 17 There Fort Scott 35 Here Rich Hill 12 Here Adrian 11 There Springfield 36 There Minden Mines 28 Here Butler 32 There Liberal 16 Here Joplin 32 There Butler 29 Here Welib City 21 There Joplin 29 llere Lamar 22 Nevada 28 26 31 19 34 37 21 40 35 28 29 34 20 21 19 Top Row-Mm-llrniney, Sehnedler, Thorpe, Scholl, Hazlett, Deininger. Dade. Swiek. First R vu ICA-id H'o:u'hl. Nlelville, Fless, Mefllothlxin. Tllllli, Harwell, Nuvin1.:el', Williams, All hull. PAGE 58 'rf me we Fe' QAM-'Y' Personnel HUNT-He was in every game with the dynamic iight that made him an ac- knowledged aggressor of the team. He could always be depended upon for a steady game and a score. HOWELL,Capt.-This was Burl's third and final year with the Tigers and his second consecutive year as Captain. He led his quintet to the championship of Mid- West Missouri and was chosen as Captain and Forward on the All-Star team. His presence will be missed next year. ABBOTT--Playing his final year for Nevada, Archie filled his position at center very capably. A strong man on both defense and offense he had much to do with Nevada's successful season. He was chosen as All-Star Mid-West center. SCOLL, Capt.-"Shoat" was chosen as guard on the Second All-Southwest team. He was one of the best guards in the conference and was particularly adapted to snatching the ball off the backboard. He Seldom missed a rebound and was a strong cog in our defense. llunt Howell, Capt. Abbott Scholl, Capt.. PAGE 59 ,inc ' A--H Personnel WILLIAMS-"Windy" was our running guard and the fastest man on the team. He was crafty, cool-headed and dependable with a reputation as a hard fighter. , DADE-"Lazy" had an exceptionally keen eye for the basket. He will be back to fill a regular berth next year. HASLET4-This was "Curlie's" first try at basketball. His sive and judgment made him invaluable. He will be an important factor in next year's team. MELVILLE--Elmer played his second year at guard for the Tigers. Scrappy and tireless he always gave his best to the very last. Williams Dade Haslett Melville PAGE 60 ' 'N' 5 ' W vi fn 'iv' vi,fGf5'AA-T'l?T"'iv '- -1 ' M' Personnel DEININGER--"Flash" showed up well at center and was an excellent shot under the basket. We expect a great deal of him next year. E NOVINGER-This was "Foot's" second year. He was known as a clean, fast, player and a hard fighter who never laid down on the job. THORPE-This was "Pep's" first year at basketball. He played either guard or forward and each withoutstanding skill. CLESS-When it comes to a "hard worker" we have to hand it to Bill. He never shirked and certainly earned his letter. Deininger Novinger Thorpe Cless PAGE 61 -W'-A1-bt' P17774 W -ag' Q5 Gif ' willy-,.1' ' W Y x,o -1 1 T-- Girls Basketball THE SEASON Date Place Scores Dec. 16 Here Harwood 5 Nevada 325 Dec. 23 Here Minden Mines 24 Nevada 31 Jan. 20 There Lamar 15 Nevada 17 Jan. 24 There Minden Mines 31 Nevada 23 Jan. 27 Here .lerico Springs 17 Nevada 26 Feb. 3 Here Joplin 23 Nevada 23 Feb. 10 Here Walker 8 Nevada 23 Feb. 18 Here Webb City 20 Nevada 22 Feb. 22 There Joplin 22 Nevada 18 Feb. 24 Here Lamar 10 Nevada 30 Q ,. ' in F v Hills Davis Cherry Phillips PAGE 62 "fwsaZ..., Girls Basketball The basketball season this year opened with much enthusiasm. The girls were energetic, faithful, hardworkers, and good losers as well as winners. They tied with Minden Mines for Midwest Championship. Lucille Cherry played a good game as jumping center, while Ruth Phillips as running center was fast, and her passes swift and accurate. Melba Lee Davis and Lavesia Crawford were the high-point girls. Davis played the drop-pass so effi- ciently that it baffled many of her opponents. Norma Heywood and Captain Evelyn Bills were the guards, playing a very strong defensive game. The coaches, Mr. 0'Dell and Mrs. Wright, deserve much credit. They worked faithfully with the girls every evening. Owing to the limited funds of the Athletic Department the team did not get to take the trip to Springfield this year. We feel certain that if they had gone they would easily have won, Heywood Crawford Tompkins Evans PAGE 63 " 'X' ,f . K 'Qt - W - '-- "gf-N N-,1,f" " " 0' ixjg 1 xr -...Aww U-vw'-r , in , L47 x ,!,,w' ,-Mxff ,Y 5,6 S5344 liwfi rsffgf XA V Qvfc 44-YQ! -f -1 v f.-3 fi 'lil Hill llegan Evans Piercy The "subs" that received letters Were: Ella Mae Dawes, Allegra H'll, Gene- vieve Tompkins, Juanita Evans, Lucille Evans, Gwendolyn Piercy, Esta Key, Louise Legon, Alice Mr'Caghy and Bonnie Koehler. Km-hler Key Mkffurhy Dawes PAC E 64 PAGE 65 x -Fw f w Y it 5 . I 'M 'wiivv M' -Lzv-f wa ' - 3 1' 4 y v 'gn . 1 -7? .' .M his . vs lf. ff' , if .34 wr fx" :,x Q ua-. M W 359. 'iff' f. 'iw' 5- " ' Lflfgg , " .-,asv-m,,. . Aa J, .Y . . . r ,,, . f .,, . ,uw e , Q : fx. 1 f- , 4 ' J 1 'KJ , iv , 11, ' .,, w-Q. 1 ,X . ,VL ,. I Q' 'x . 'sl fly. K 1 'I , .. ,N f, gy, Sf I .L GIG Q F- 'l'1l'7l"'f I I I v fx 'I , ' , g ,ig I 1 2 'P M ,Q gyf. "ff 3, rfff inf, I 1 ff' W mi ,I,Q7I. I I , J I I I IIII-G51 . I, --A 1 - 'I I , 0 N 1. fx , Neff, X I , , f III 652355 ww ,,e,y--1:1 ISP' 'Mk QM A 1 ,f ' L ifk "' I I I ' ACTIVITIES Sibley.. 'TNQX 'A .,i:'n-fifxefff' ' fC-ef" fm-XXg5A Notioho! Honor Society .il The Nevada Chapter of the National Honor Society v has nobly upheld its standards of character, scholarship, leader- ship and service, during the past school year. Each fundamental principle has been willingly defended. The officers of the first semester were: Hope Hornback, Presi- dentg William Spayd, Vice- President, Robert Henderson, Secretaryg Letha Drown, Treasurer 3 and Tal- bot Wight, Reporter. SPaYd A Henderson H back Wight D PAGE 68 Q National Honor Society Each member elected this year has striven to be worthy of their classmate's choice. They have tried to make character, scholarship, leadership, and service the aim of every high school stud- ent in Nevada. The second semester officers were: Marylee Phelps, Presidentg Virginia Callaway, Vice-President: Ila Mae Hunt, Secretary: and Mar- jorie Churchill, Treasurer. Pauline Stevens, Evelyn Bills, Emory Wells. Churchill Phelps H t Callaway Dorm PAGE 69 gp ya , , ff? AV ' K "0 f 5z55Q:K'wiW Editor-in-Chief ..... Associate Editor ....... Advertising Manager .. Kodak Editor ..................... Assistant Kodak Editor ..... Secretary ..... . ..... . HORNBACK Editor-in-Chief Comet Sfdj? . Hope Hornback Letha Drown Robert Henderson Marjorie Churchill Evelyn Bills Virginia Callaway Churchill Bills Drown Henderson L PAGE 'zo V Callaway Business Manager .................... Assistant Business Manager .... Assistant Associate Editor .......... Assistant Advertising Manager .... Artist ............................................. ..... . ...... . . Assistant Artist .,....... ..... ...... A r ametha McFadden Sponsor goo "wo wisw i' fomet Sfdf Talbot Wight Ben Ed Stump Betty Logan J. B. Dade Melvin Spivey Mrs. Kaupp WIGHT Business Manager t I Stump Kaupp Spivey LUFWU Dade McFadden PAGE - 71 'WXDX M1110-ffm fm'XKyg'f55fQL?fhy Student Council President ............. .......... T albot Wight Vice-President ............. ........ B url Howell Secretary ................................ Betty Logan Faculty Adviser-Miss Clack Wizrht Howvll llupsun Clark Stump Oberlin Phelps llavi PAGE 72 W .- vzpxfq "Z v"wv. my 'f"Qf'75?2ggQjW'Qfo Student Council REPRESENTATIVES Faculty--Miss Clack Seniors-Marylee Phelps Barbara Davis Talbot Wight Burl Howell Clarence Oberlin Juniors-Betty Logan Lavesia Crawford Terrance Whitebread James Morris Ben Ed Stump Sophomores-Helen Bauer Carmen Crawford Glenn Hunt Bert Smith Ric-hard Tow Tow Whitelmx-end Morris L. Crawl' BUUEI' Hunt C. Cl'flNVf0l'd Smith PAGE 73 -' 'rw-QQQ 'NA-:Q -X565 rm 92 3 ,g1:15fQ .up KV' 1 7 U Cless, William Deininyzor, Gr-urge Donnelly, liufnrd Dunkin, Buell Dunkin. Faye Emery, Ralph Forney Alva Grilfin, William llilmnlersly, Roy lif'lHiC'l'SIlY1, Rnluvr Ilurnlvzu-k, Ilnpo Kendrick. Allan Mvllrulnvy, Elvin MvGvv. Glenn oys Glee Club i, lAr'1'nmpnnisfl McGluthlin. Myrl Melville, Elmer Mills, Albert Rhoads, Eliijnh Saunders, Joe Srhnecller, Charles Svholl, E ll. Simcosky Harold Sllillmilll, Wayne Stouck, Walter Turk, Loren Wnrle, Loren Waule-, Vernon Welton. Ralph 'Pup Ruw-Class, Spillman, Steuck, Hornbuck, Emery, Scholl. Henderson. S04-unil Row-Mrlirntney, L. Wade, Turk, F. Dunkin, Kendrick, Mills, Deinmxzel First Row-McGee, Simuusky, Donnelly, Foltz lDirect0rJ, Mciilothlin, Melville B Dunkin V Wade. PAGE 74 Senior H Adams. Opal Argo, Georgia Bound, Frances llrooks, Alma Carpenter, Virpriniu Churchill, Marjorie Crawford, Ada Lee Crawford. Lzwesia Davis, Marie Davis, Melba. Lee Dickerson, Doi-otha Doerle, Marrella Drown, Lethal Drown, Louise Ebelinpr, Helen Evans, Vestn Finch, Dolly Folunml, lflulu Ford, Hlvn Gardner, Ada llriifith, Irene Harrison, Ruth llowel. Rosemary llill, Genevieve Jones, Dorothy Kessler. Janet . v F f V+vv. I4 Q,-,IQ X f1Yf4fiW'r2f iglz Girls Glee Club King, Hazel Koehler, Bonnie Lambert, Ruth llegxan, Louise Massie, Helen McPeters, Mary Norman, Martzaret Pannell. Irene Phelps, Mary Loo Phillips, Ruth Pike, Evelyn Rabon, Helen Reed, Naomi Reed, Ruby Reeder, Flossie Rhea, Mc-ibn Roberts, Erma Simcosky, Delores Stephenson, Emma Stevens, Pauline Steward, Hazel 'l':xylor. Harriet Thomas, Bertie Vnufrhn, Ruth Wallin-e, Ruth Wert, Lorraine 'Pop Row-llill, Durr, Argo, llills, Cherry, Phillips, Drown, Griffith, Phelps Johnson M I Davis Third Row--Mnssie, McPeters, Drown, Stephenson, Legan, Pannell. Kessler lfoid lnylor I Cruw ford, Folnnd , Howell. Second Row-Forster, Brooks, Koehler, Lambert, Reed, Kings, Foltz 1Directorj Stevens Rabon Churchill, Gardner, A. Crawford. First Row-Thomas, Vaughn, Heywood, Adams, M. Davis, Dickerson, Rhea Jones Steward Evans, Reeder, Doerle, Bound. PAGE v ' , t , " V" wx ,,,-meal?-gefm fwfr Qswaasv ef Senior High School Orchestra ,li- Members-Glessie Peak, Dorotha Dickerson, Pauline Stevens, Frances Bound, Chas. Schnedler, Glenn Arnold, Franklin McGuire, Junior Graves, Bobby Dunaway, Arametha McFadden, Irene Pannell, Mary Frances Bowker, Isabel Shanks, Ruth Har- rison, Georgia Capps, Howard Foster, Mary Rimmer, Ar'ene Mabry, Roann Green, Joseph Martin, Hazel Sherrick, Georgia Argo, Gwendolyn Piercy, Lorraine Wert, Harry Hansen, Loran Wade, Harvey Lee Isbell, Chas. Melville, Vern True, Vernon Wade, Ted Prichard, Elvin McBratney, Lester Swick, Paul Cox, Billy Clark, Ruth Lambert, Holland Colyar, Marvin Wilson, Bessie True, Helen Massie,,Marie Wilcox, Vernon Swick, Pearl Hamersley, Owen Treasure, Wm. Bound, Bobby Howser, Ray- mond Duncan, Eldon C. Jones, Director. l PAGE 76 -ii... 'fw ii i Senior T. Tl '. President ............ ......... Vice-President .... ............ Secretary Treasurer ....... Letha Drown Irene Griffith Virginia McGinley Ruth Phillips Junior T President .................. Vice-President ............................ Instructor-Miss Jo T . T Irene Pannell Lavesia Crawford Lenora Wyeong Secretary-Treasurer ........................ hnson 'Pop Row-Griffith. Phillips, Ford, Pannell, Drown, Second Row-Humble, Drown, McGinley, Johnson Reed, Tompkins. ilnstructorl, Smith, Vaughn Roberts First Row-Hoag, Wysong, Dean, Crawford, Woody, Clary, McVey. PAGE 77 'yfmgxrf Ney fi Senior High Dramatic Club Alrliott. Arehiu Alkire, Hoyt Allen, Freida Allen, Oren Ault, Lena Beckett, Elizabeth Bills, Evelyn Blakely, lmoxzene liowman, Ralph liound, Franees llrown, Allan Churchill, Marjorie Cole, John Coulter, Eva Crawford. Lavesia Dade, .l. B. Dail, Dorothy Davis, Marie Drown, lietha Dum-an, Frank Fowler, Wendell Griffith, Irene Henderson, Robert Hornhack. Hope Howell, Burl Hunt, Ila Mac Johnson, Alberta Kessler, Janet Logan, Betty McGinley, Virginia Maxwell, Ceeil Maxwell, Leon Melville, Elmer Morgan, Isabel Norman, Franklin Oherlin, Clarence Oberlin, Ernest Potter, Maxine Rhea, Melba Rhoads, Elijah Roberts, Erma Scholl, E B, Scott, Joe Sharp, Paul Steuck, Walter Steward, Lillie Stump, lien Ed Thompson, Esther Thorne, Lawrence Ward, James Wells, Emory Wigrht, Talbot Top Row-Thorpe, Hornhack, Duncan, Steuck, McGinley, Oberlin, Davis, Stump Second Row--Drown, Alkire, Coulter. Melville, Howell, Clack fDirectorJ, Fowlei Steward C. Maxwell. Logan First Row-Ault, Potter, 0. Allen, Rhea, Norman, Hunt, Beckett, Bills, Scott. PAGE 78 -..l ,,,. . . V , . .. K N-.--il, V R I 'TTI IN " '1 ' -N, Y-Ju' A W wx A 712: xoxdfx Xlfufzov-QJX, A Dramatics An unusually large number of people enrolled for Dramatics this year. The membership of the club totals fifty-two. Early in the year the following officers were elected: president, Burl Howell, vice- president, Wendell Fowler, secretary, Marjorie Churchill, and treas- urer, Maxine Potter. The Dramatics Club was called upon a number of times to fur- nish assembly programs. Several plays were presented and highly appreciated. A play was also presented for the Lions Club at one of their weekly luncheons. On December 8th the Dramatics Club presented four one-act plays for the benefit of the activity fund. In the Spring Festival, as an innovation, a contest in one act plays was held. Nevada's entry, "Speaking to Father," won first place. Thisplay was also entered in the contest at Pittsburg. This has been a most successful year. Everyone has enjoyed the work, and advises everyone who can possibly do so to take dramatics next year. "SPEAKING TO FATHER" Septimus Pickering, the Pickle King - Burl Howell Luella Pickering, his wife - - - Betty Logan Carolyn Pickering, his daughter - - - Dorothy Dail Edward Worthington Seringer, a college boy - Wendell Fowler Prof. Bliss, a disciple of quiet ---- John Cole Top Row-llownmn. Griffith, Rhoads, Scholl, Kessler, Dade, Hvndvrson, F. Allen, Alyliult, Second Row-Cole, Blakely, L. Maxwell, Thompson, Ward, Clack lllircctorl, Crawford, Sharpe, Kolwrts. . Y First Row-Bound. lirown, Johnson, Wight, Churchill, Dail, Wells. PAGE 752 It is Impossible for a Man to Begin to Learn What He Has a Conceit that He Already Knows-H Epe1'l1'tu.r. 1..L. :. Miss Isabel Morgan QlfElUV ff! C O AIICY' 1028 PAll' ISABEI, MORGAN PAGE as xx - ---- ' - M- -f-fT---- f- mf-f-A f - f f - - 1 ' . v' r L , w, -- vu "Wa X felmziffskcfssi L f f W' M 'JU EQXQJS " u.. SENIOR CLASS PLAY ' ' The Charm School " HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM APRIL 19, 20, 1928 CAST Austin Bevans ------- Burl Howell An automobile salesman with ideas which David MacKenzie ------ Talbot Wight A law student considers impractical though George Boyd -------- Wendell Fowler An expert accountant, is willing to cooperate and so are Jim Simpkins -------- Hoyt Alkire and Tim Simpkins --------- John Cole Who toil not and have never seriously considered spinning. Homer Johns -------- Walter Steuck Is the guardian of Elise Benedotti -------- Melba Rhea The president of the senior class at a school presided over by Miss Hayes --------- Letha Drown Who is loved and feared by all who know her, including the secretary Miss Curtis -------- Dorothy Dickerson Who is always trying to think well of the senior class, consisting of Sally Boyd -------- Alberta Johnson Who is George's sister, and Muriel Donley ------ - Evelyn Bills Ethel Spelvin - - The Young - Melba Lee Davis PAGE R4 ,,1i..,.. I ln' Lvllllflll .S'rl1ou1" U,'onllf111c'4lj Alix Mercier - Lillian Statford Madge Kent - Ladies Imogene Blakeley of Celia Harris the Marie Davis Edna Grant - - - School - - Glessle Peak Mary Brown ------ Opal Adams And it is hardly worth while to mention a junior Dotsie -------- Isabel Morgan Who is always in the way. Director-Anna L. Clack TIME AND PLACE Act I.-Late afternoon of a day in Spring. The boys room on the top floor of an old-fashioned New York house Act II.-The next morning. The main hall of Fairview School Act III.-Two weeks later. Hall of Fairview School Act IV.-Scene 1-Midnight on the road. Scene 2.--The next morning. Hall of Fairview School Committee- Stage-Emory Wells, Leon Maxwell, Ernest Oberlin Properties-Virginia Callaway, Pauline Stevens, Willa Mae Loving. Advertising-James Ward, Archie Abbott Robt Goodpasture Stage Furnishings by the Kindness of Wainscott Furniture Company PAGE X5 .w ,. 5 , . V, , . 5 1- 3-4, Y 'k --Q.. . . wwf! M: M H iglz Sclzool Dmmczfic Club Presents lntllll' Ono-Avi Plays lligli Sm-liool Aumliloriuin 'I'liui'smlz1y, Dov. 8, 1928 RIFE PUDDING 'l'lw Doutoi' ---- Rolnert llemlerson llis Wifo - ------ - Evelyn Bills Mrs. llm-tty Sago ---- ---- N 'irginia McGinley 'l'lll'l l'lMl'l'lRDR'S SDN Long Fo, son ol' llio royal Poole ---- Ralph Bowman Wing Luo, his littlv sislor -Y--- Dorothy Dail Sing l.o, thv royal nursv - Janet Kessler lli Ta-0, ll pool' lislwrninin VVen1lell Fowler Lo Mo, his wifi' - Alberta Johnson Joy, thu liltlv prim-v - - - l"i'unklin Norman lmv Mm-, ilu- rluvla ---- By Himself Solmliors - - C'lm'm-iicu Ulu-rlin, lilnivr Milvilli- PAGE R6 lf Q11 Selina! ljllllllllflll' lflufr Ll,v0lIff11lll'l!:' The Exeeutioner ---- - Leon Maxwell The Chorus - ---- Talbot Wight The Property Man ------ Burl Howell The Orchestra - - - James Ward, Orin Allen, Lavesia Crawford, J. B. Dade, Frances Bound, Marie Davis JONES VERSUS JONES Alive Jones, an attorney -------- Melba Rhea Carlton Jones, also an attorney ---- - Hoyt Alkire Mrs. Polly Keene, a friend ----- Imogene Blakeley Mary, the maid -------- - Eva Coulter THE PIE IN THE OVEN .Iohn MeNab, a farmer ------ Walter Steuck Susie, his wife -------- Ila Mae Hunt Flora, their daughter ------- Maxine Potter Peter llulf, the constable ------ - John Cole DIRECTOR-ANNA L, CLACK STAGE COMMITTEE Marjorie Churchill, Letha Drown, Betty Logan, Isalzel Morgan Music by the High School Orchestra PAGE 87 ' Debating 'Each year greater interest is being taken in debating. This year, for the first time, the class in debating and public speaking was organized. Fourteen students were interested enough to enter the preliminaries. Paul Cox, John Crockett, Talbot Wight, and Hope Hornback were chosen to represent our schoo.. As alternates: Harry Studer, Robert Goodpasture, Elmer Melville, and Lee Wade. This series of debates was under the auspices of Missouri University, and the question chosen by the State Debating League was, "Resolved: That a Federal De- partment of Education should be created with a Secretary in the President's Cab- inet." The scores were as follows: December 7, 1927, at El Dorado. El Dorado High School. Hornback and Crockett won two to one on the negative. December 9, 1927, at Nevada. Jerico Springs High School. Hornback and Crockett won unanimously on the negative. December 20, 1927, at Nevada. Jasper High School. Wight and Cox wcn two to one on the affirmative. January 10, 1928, Waco High School forfeited. ' February 24, 1928, at Carthage. Carthage High School. Hornback and Crockett lost unanimously on the negative. Because of our splendid record, which is the best ever made by Nevada, we were invited to the Westminster Debate Tournament on the 8, 9, and 10 of March. Though Hornback and Crockett lost two to one on the negative and Horn- back and Cox lost unanimously on the affirmative against Webster Groves High School we are proud of our record, for we were one of the three teams in the tour- nament to wifi a vote from Webster Groves, which won first place. Much of the credit for this splendid record belongs to Mrs. Oliver, who coached all the debaters. PAGE 88 Sixteenth Annual Gold Medal Contest The New South ----- Henry W. Grady May Magee American Immigration - - - Theodore Roosevelt Paul Cox The Constitution ---- Herbert Wenig John Crockett The Republic Never Retreats - - Albert Beveridge Hope Hornback The sixteenth annual Gold Medal Contest was held on the evening of March 20, 1928, in connection with the preliminaries in music for the Spring Festival. This work was done in the public speaking class, the contest this year having been changed from original oratory to memorized declamations. There were thir- teen contestants in the preliminary, from which the four given previously were chosen. The gold medal was won by Hope Hornback. Second place was won by John Crockett. PAGYE 89 ifth Annual Spring Festival Twenty schools and more than four hundred contestants took part in the Fifth Annual Spring Festival. SWEEPSTAKES-CLASS B CLASS A 1. Schell City ....,............. 48 1. Rich Hill .............. 73 2. Metz .............................. 27 2. Lamar ....... . .. .... 38 3. Jerico Springs .. ....... 14 3. Butler .... .... 2 3 INDIVIDUAL AWARDS CLASS A MUSIC Piano Solos: Florine Watson, Pierce City, first: Miriam Runnenberger, Harrisonville, second. Violin Solos: Shirley Spitler, Rich Hill, first: Frances Bound, Nevada, second. Cornet Solos: Carl Morris, Jerico Springs, first: Harry Hansen, Nevada, second. Clarinet Solos: Armand Bolen. Butler, first: Georgia Argo, Nevada, second. Trombone Solos: Vern True, Nevada, first: Her- man Sick, Rich Hill, second. Boys Vocal Solos: fBaritone and Basel: Elvin Mitchell, Rich Hill, first: Elvin McBratney, Ne- vada, second. Boys Vocal Solos: fTenorJ: Robert Henderson. Nevada, first. Girls Vocal Solos: fAltol: Irene Pannell, Ne- vada. first: Lora Lee Murphy, Greenfield, sec- nnd. Girls Vocal Solos: fSopranol: Melba Rhea, Ne- vada, first: Johnny Jameson, Rich Hill, second. Girls Trio: Butler, first: Nevada, second. Boys Quartette: Nevada, first: Rich Hill, second. Girls Gloe Club: Nevada, first: Greenfield, second. Boys Glce Club: Nevada, first: Rich Hill, second. Mixed Quartette: Rich Hill, first: Greenfield, sec- ond. Mixed Chorus: Nevada, first: Rich Hill, second. String Quartettez, Rich Hill, first: Nevada sec- ond. Orchestra: Nevada, first: Rich Hill, second. Music Memory Team: Nevada, first: Rich Hill, second. Music Memory Individuals: Mary Elizabeth Maye, Greenfield, first: Ben Ed Stump, Nevada, second. CLASS A PUBLIC SPEAKING Boys Declamation: L. O. Burch, Harrisonville, first: Williams Stephens, El Dorado, second. Cne-Act Plays: Nevada, first: Rich Hill, second. Girls Reading: Helen Bates, Adrian. first: Mar- tha Wright, Pierce City, second. CLASS B PUBLIC SPEAKING Girls Readings: Marjorie Forney, Nevada, first: Aura Johnson, Schell City, second. Boys Declamation: Carl Leinamann, Schell City, first: James Crain, Nevada, second. One-Act Plays: Schell City, first: Metz, second. GLASS B MUSIC ' Piano Solo: Nina Clary, Nevada, first: Jean Gar- rison, Schell City, second. Boys Solo: Kenneth McCracken, Schell City. first: Raymond Dean.. Nevada, second. Girls Vocal Solo: Melba Cox, Metz, first: Jean Garrison, Schell City, second. Violin Solo: Nettie Compton, Metz, first. Girls Trio: Jerico Springs, first: Nevada, second. Girls Glee Club: Nevada, first: Schell City, sec- ond. Mixed Chorus: Nevada, first: Schell City, second. COMMERCIAL CONTESTS Srnior Tyxving Team: Nevada, first: Lamar sec- ond. Senior vada, first: Mary Wood Ro. s. Lamar, second. Typing Individuals: Ila Mae Hunt, Ne- -lunior Typing Team: Nevada, first: Lamar, sec- find. Junior Typing Individuals: Charles Clark, Ne- vada, first: Loran Wade, Nevada. second. Senior Shorthand Team: Nevada, first: Lamar. second. Senior Shorthand Individuals: Virginia Callaway, Nevada, tied with Mary Wood Ross, Lamar, for first: Joan Neas, Butler, second. Junior Shorthand Team: Nevada, first: Lamnr. second. Junior Shorthund Individuals: Virginia Williams, Nevada, first: Maurino Ros , l.am.ir, second. PAGE 90 PAGE 91 PAGE 92 PAGE 93 PAGE 94 PAGE 95 PAGE 106 SENIOR HOBO PARTY illii The orchestra will now play Extract from Malt. Pat Murphy: Which do you prefer, a man with a past or one with a future? Alberta Johnson: Truthfully, one with a present. "And now, children," said Mrs. Oliver, "since we've finished the lesson in public speaking for the benefit of those who may become trans-Atlantic aviators, we shall devote an hour to public silence to train you for the presidency." Miss Allbright: Why don't you answer my question? Francis Riley: I did shake my head. Miss Allbright: Well, did you expect me to hear it rattle clear up here '! Myrl McGlothlin sent his sweetheart a package of flower seed with these directions: "Plant these now and you will have a nice bouquet for your birthday." ii...-1 Mr. Taylor Cin Chemistry Classb : Can you give me an example of wasted energy? e Ralph Bowman: Yes, sir, telling a hair-raising story to a bald- headed man. Marylee Phelps: How old is Miss Dorman. Ila Mae Hunt: Too. ...l-.-...1 John Crockett: Doctor, why does so small a cavity feel so large to the tongue? Dentist: Just the natural tendency of your tongue to exaggerate, I suppose. PAGE 97 One man finds pleasure in improving his land, another his horses. My pleasure lies in seeing myself grow better day by day.---Socrates. PAGE 95 X N f N KT Wfy QN V? ff X P AM if ff ww N MN df W fx ': 'f 5 K 1'-Zkfx Wi ZW, if J' UNIOB 'HIGH .l1....,.,..,-.... hr.. - - -A 9A won the picture for the best attendance the first month of school and kept it for six consecutivie months, won a banner for Comet Sale: one of our members, John Bussey, was on the Honor Roll of the State in Algebra for the Kansas tests given in January, one member, Nina C ary, won the gold medal for piano solo in the Spring Festival, Raymond Dean won the silver medal in Boy's Vocal Solo, and James Crain won the silver medal in Boy's Declamation. Baker, Frances liaker, Margaret Bencll, Elwood Blom, Roy lloatrilxhl., liilly Bolton, Mary Viryrinia Bond, Lucille Bound, Robert liowker, Mary Frances llowker, William Brooks, Helen Brooks, Herbert Brown, Mildred Burris, Glenn Hush, Georgia Butner, Stanley Callaway, Louise Carpenter, Georgia Claiborne, Winifred CLASS ROLL Clark, Frank Clark, .Iohn Clary, Nina Clemmons, Mary Estella Cox, Elmo Crain. James Current, Ethel Current, Pauline Dale, Wanda Daugherty, Lucille Dawes, Ella Mae Dean, Harry Dean, Raymond Drown, Edith Duncan, Harry Dunkin, Buell Dunkin, Faye Dwyer, Daniel Dwyer, Josephine 4 Clark, Clyde Dycus, Dorothy 4 ,, . Top Row-Dunkin, liutner, llurrif, llloni, Brooks, Crain, Duncan, lioatright, Cox, lfenell, lloyd.. Third Row-Callaway, Hush, Dycus, llaker, Carpenter, Clary, Current, Claihorne, llowker, Bond, Dwyer. Second Row-Dwyer, Clenimons, Dawes, Brooks, Baker, Drown. Holton, Current, Dale, Brown, Daugherty. First Row-Hussey, Dean. Clark, llowker, Bound, Clark. Clark, Dunkin. PAGE 100 Hartline, Pearle ,Q HH, ,M de., ,..,s..T,.,...-i in 'T X , . ?741,,,avfe O 9-B 9B Section Room won the pennant offered for the section room who sold the most activity tickets. Our girls basketball team tied with 9D Section Room for the pennant for inter-class B. B. Championship. One of our members, Marjorie Forney, won the gold medal for readings in the Spring Festival. :Charles Haddock was on the Honor Roll of the State in General Science for the Kansas tests given in January. CLASS ROLL Eason, Dorothy Eason, Lester Eaton, Mildred Ephland, Clifton Evans, Juanita Evans, Lucille Fletcher. Marced Ford, Walter Forman Attaway Forney, Marjorie Fowler, Harold Foelich, Kenneth Gillespey, Nina Haddock, Charles Hall, Victor Hammersly, Earl Hamblin, Gertrud Hansen, Douglas 9 Harvey, Viola Hatfield, Jack Hatfield, Virginia Herider, Joseph Henning, Frank Hill, Allegra Holmes, Rolsoeri Ingles, Jack Jackson, Evelyn Jones, Agnes ' Jones, Bernice Jones, Lawrence Johnson, Paul King, Esther Kircher, Elwin Kirk, Joseph Kluth, Helen Hai-tline, Murle Top Row-Mrs. Gum l'l'eaeherl, Johnson, ll..llll'Yli!lSl5', Fiolich, Hansen, Ford, Holmes, Hart Jones, Hall, Fowler, Eason, Secons Row-Forney, Hurtline, Hartline, Eason, Evans, Forman, Kluth, Jonef, Fletcher, Eaton Jones. First Row-Jarlow, Henning, Ephlann, Harvy, Jackson. Evans, Hill, King, Hamlin, Kirk, Kircher Haddock, PAFE 101 . , W, , Y, W f a ,H.gTi,s.. Nfiix 73x I TT LQ ST' -if ' F7 .ff W 'W ,A 5"'W xc, A X vf LQ. .iq-! , .11 All F1111 Nj? XXX I ,auf .J 5, J . a ' L l.ay,ruirv, llnrx-oy Lvarh. Wilma 1,01-, lflarl l.s-ntz, llc-lansl I,0vc-limt, Williu lllll-Hill. llathswim- I,nng:s1r1'!h, Alvin l.uvin1:. 'l'humas lmwv. Marthalim' l,uw4-, Myron 9-C CLASS ROLL Milligan, Opal Morris, .lusoph Nivhuls, Carl Nilvs. Alles- Nurthinsxmn, .Iuhn Nunn, Morris O'R1-ar, Maria Paco, Ruth Pie-rr-vy, Gwe-nelulyn PlllIlH1ll'l' Waltvr Ms'Nic-rnvy. Murjuriv Ravvr, lllmruthy Mabry, Arlonv Ralr0l', flulfliv M:ll'11ls', llvlvn llvvsv. .larnvs Nlnrtin, I,nro1ta Mason, f,l"Yil Millvr, till-nn R lim-ynnlrls, Clvnmnt Riplvy, Milzlrwl immvr, N1-ttiv Top Row--lm wv, Nils-s, Laliuiro, Nil-hols, 1.00, Nunn ll'lll7 Nnrthmrtrn luvir-1: M ' . 1 A- ' , A . . Urns, Ru nlnls. Rvosn- S4-vunll linw-Y M 1'A1m-v K'l'v:u'h0rl, Millvr, l,um-'s1r0th, Kiplvy, li:11wr, l.uxu', Martin, l.0:l1'h, Ol: ll lm"ln l'i1'l'n'X' liuttunm Row-l':u'0, M4-Nivrnvy, Mar1vlr', Milli gran, Hummer, Mabry. Mason. l.:-vvlimr, Racer PAGE 102 9D tournam girls tied with 9B ent. Schnedler. Dorothy Schwenvk. Cecil Shanks, Isabell Shordt, Helen Silverthorn, Helen Skairgs, Lena Smith, Betty Smith, Russell Spayd, Charles Spencer, Francis Starkey, Mildred Stenck, Marie Strange. Ruth Stratton, Clark Streich. Wilford Sullivan, Richard Tate, Robert Thomas, Charles Thompson, Floyd -Y , sew or Af mga? U Xa 53 eff QQ A ' L 9-D girls for the championship in the inter-class basketball CLASS ROLL Tompkins, Genevieve Treasure, Owen Tritch, Helen True, Vera Wade, Irene Wallace, Mildred Webb, Elford Welsh, Richard Wetsel, Florence Woodiill, Jack Woods, Acre Woods, Mayme Wilson. Lena Mae Winsvott. Lloyd Vilott, Walton Voss, Uhester Younu, Chester Young, Mary Zimmerman, R. C. Top liowfSmart, Whitebreatl, Treasure, Woodfill, Sehwenck, Winscott, Snenecr Young, S hned lur, Woods, Smilhf , S1-cond Row-Reid t'l'eacherl, Smith, VVelsh, Vilott, Sullivan, Williams, Zimmsrman lhompson 'l'hrapp, Thlllllilrl, Voss. First Row-Wilson. Woods, Wallace, Strange, Wade, Silver-thorn, Fi-itch, Thomp-.on Starkey 'l'ouc, Wetsel, Skaggs, Shanks, Steuck. ff- PAGE 103 L . ,YKQKQX Allen, Edwin Ault, Pauline Barker, Velma Beasley, Mildred Bell, Earl Bowman, Evalenn Brady, Gene Breeding, Maryellen Brown, Dale Brown, Lucille llumyzardener, Pauline Burdick, Mildred Burris, Arthur Burris, Lee Callaway, George Capps, Georgia Churchill, Donald Claiborne, Juanita Cless, Clarenre Cole, Lnrene 8-A CLASS ROLL Collier, George Col ins, Harold Covey, Dorothy Covey, John Crites, Louis Cross. Ola Cunningham, Kenneth Current, Mary Jane Davis. Mary Dawson, Russell Dillon, Marie Dixon, Preston Dunaway, Robert Duncan, Edgar Dunkin, Erma Dunkin, William Durham, Faris Eaton, Glenn Flmmr, Thelma Frizell, Lewis 'lop Row-Bradley. Bell, Col ins, Wardin Vfeacherl, Cunningham Duncan Calloway becond Row-Brown, Davis, Current, Breeding, Burdick, Flagor,'Bumzarilner, Banzhart Beas Iey, Claiborne. First Row-Dillon, Allen, Cless, Crites, Brown, Churchill, Ault, Capps. PAGE 104 s-WYYYXDX Ta,-A65 'A-7' new f SB boys won the section Gardner, Lnrrenu Green, Ronnn Grilfin. 'Fhemlore lluvkett. Iluzell llnmlin. Earl llarlmnr, Loren Hcridvr. Joseph Hightower, Jack Hill, Robert Holmes, Joe Howell, Oscar Innis, Virginia .l:wolxs. Mark Jameson, Velma Johnson, Lu Verne Jones, Ernest .I-nirnoy, Catherine 8-B room basketball tournament. CLASS ROLL Keithlye, Ruth Keithley, Leon Kelly, Clay Kelso. Hereford Kirk, Maurice Lane, Elva Leach, Anna Margaret Long, Cleo Lone, Raymond Loving! Ada Mc-Gee, Glenn McGuire, Dorothy Markley, Wilma Gladys Marple, Money, Dorothy Madeline Elsie Myers, Norris, Top ltmv-.lm-olws, Howell, Hightower, Hill, Obcrlin, Mallory, Wright CTenchfrJ, Hix on Holmes Jones Gohrinyx. Second Row-Lane, Keithley, Leavh, Green, Jameson, Long, Innis, Hackett, Hnrnhick Norris, Myers, Money. First Row-Hamlin. Owen, McGee, Kirk, Johnson, Malcom, Loving, Markley, McGuire Gardner Journey, lierider. PAGE 105 7 V. vrxlxgi rxx P Palmer, Walker Parker, Rebul Phillips, Claude Place, Richard Pryor, Dorothy Pryor, Warren Purl. James Rakestraw, Ruby Reed, Floreine Reed, Robert Reeder, Lowa Reidesel, June Richardson, Paul Richmond, Charles Riggs, Gladys Riley, Edward Rimmer, Mary Roush, Claud Sharp, Finia Shox-di, Kal hryn Simcosky, J osenh Smith, Estel C' GQXQ97' w 'U' ,vv-TW R href szL2PfQ,zCf4QV Q ,f7 RXg3glQ . X19 " Q, CLASS ROLL Smith, Nellie Snelson, Her-lwrt South. Rita Summers, Ruby Tadlock, John Tadlock, Merle Thompson, Ruliy Tolly, Helen Tow, Zermyle Trainer, Elaine Turk, Helen Walker, Hayden War1l, Donald Warren, Harold Warren. George Wells, Emily White, Forest Whiteheaxl, Loyal Williams, Ralph Williams, Tueker Urner. Anthony Urner, Charles ,A-v" Top Row--Sharp, Pryor, Smith, Richmond, Snel:-on, Limlxauuh l'l'ezn'h4-1-3, Phi iw lock, Richardson, A. llrner. 'l'hird Row-Williams, Riedesel, 'l'urk, Reeder, Rakeslraw, Tolly, Reed, 'lhomnson I x my Sherrivk. Second Row-Riley, Palnwr, Rimmer, liigus, 'l'rain0r. Summers, Short, Parker, Wx muh Tadlock, C. Urner. First Row--Roush, Place, Williams, H. Warren, G. Warren, Warrl, White, Rsf-+I mo Walker. PAGE 106 .f -Y-.X Fvox qi " -in y "'aj3f7.v' Q WR ffNvQ,,Q,iF,..fVf,.fQM 415' x- ' X ,C .5 fgfcffx, Nqx, i 7 I' ng? ' " 4 Winner attendance banner one month. CLASS nom, Aililison, Alma Doris Armstrong Viruinizl Anlt. Adu Laura linker, Opal lk-li-her, Virgil lim-nnz'tt, Enrl lieshore, l-lmmn liixlvr, Agnes lilom. Alice lilom. Elsiv lloyd, Dorothy Iiroolcs, Albert Horns, Rolu-rt llnrris, Ilnrry flill'l'llll, James Frank l'I1-mmons, Lois Ethel Cline, Sylvia Coen, Lottie Coffman, Doris Cunard, Irene Corbett, Helen Cox, Violet Crawford, Billie Bob Crows, Aubrey Cronkhite, Wayne Curry, Denzil Dawson. Dorris Dixon, Mildred Duncan, Catherine Duncan, Raymond Dycus, St:-lla Top Row-l'rolllthitv, Dunvan, Belcher, Crawford, Curry, Bennett, Craws, Brooks, Burns, S4-voml Row-UM4-Govney l'l'0acherJ, Corbett, Dawson, lieshore, Dixon. Adaiiron, lloyd, Cox ons. l'l. liloni, A. Hltllll, Clemmons. First Row-Anlt, Arnistronyr, Baker, Coffman, Bixler, Cline, Dun PAGE 107 can, Carrol. Burris, Copeland M"fXX fy 'f vrrfxm Y6'm,Aznf 'N XQ,,v"'W'7' XR , 'f'W-'L?QxXX"?1"' ,f7,!?,?kx""U' inf V ,il .-,fam ,, x-yn f X19-' I 1.- .- Our section room is found upon the third floor, With the figure twenty-seven upon the door. Our teacher may be standing some And still she might be right in her chair. You may see an airship, and might see a Ford If you look upon our wonderful bulletin board lt' you count us you'd find there are thirty-five, We are most all husky and act quite alive. Our section room is wonderful, "Old 7B," Our room is u nice one, as you can see. CLASS ROLL Emhllemon, Dorothy Sue Etlwarils, Robert Egbert. Esther Emery, llonulsl Enhlancl, Claude Emmerson, Isa Marie Farrell, Gentry Fisher, lietty Mae Ford, Arthur Fowler, Harry l"uqua, Ruliy Garfield, Roy Gurton, Eldon Gartun, Viviun Goudpasture, Julian Gowen, Selva Graves, Junior Gray, Lneille where, JULIAN G00 Gregory, Nyrn Hnrclin, .lack Henning, Margaret Hester, Herbert Hicks, Mai'1,!:lret Hightower, lion Hopkins, Guy lforml Howell, lleulnh Howell, Josephine Howell, liuymonrl Howser, liolxliie Hunter, Leroy Innis, Donald Jones, 'l'omniy Jutlnl, Alla Knight, Marguerite Koehler, Freirla DPASTURE Top Row-Garfield, Emlwurnls, Emery, Hester, Copeland l'll02lL'hl'I'l, Howell, l"owl.'r, Jones. Graves. Second Row-Hicks, Edillemon. Eglmert, Howell, Gray, V. Garton, Gregory, llennintf, lflpml on Fuqua, Howell, Judd, Fisher. ' ' ' ' "' lnnis. Hightower, Ford, Cowen, l":1rrelI, tlootlpi tnin First Row--lloom-1, luphl.in1l, llowsu, Hopkins, E. Gai-ton. PAGE. 108 1 ' "fsg-,j,5g?9.g.QyNg5f -1 9' is fs eleff 7-C 7C section room sold more tickets for the High School Music Concert than any seventh grade section room. They also sold more tickets than any class in Senior High School. Josephine Painter entered for Piano Solo in the Spring Festival La Guire, Frances Lamont. Gladys Leigh, Harold Lewis, Harold Logan, Josephine McCune, Virginia McFadden, Elinor McGuire, Franklin McMillen, Ruth Mann, Norma Matthews, Ward Moore, Olean Mundy. Walter Noll, Henry Norris, Frances Osborn, Lucille Owens, .loo Pace, Elizabeth CLASS ROLL Painter, Josephine Pallpeter, Sylvester Perkins, Ernest Perry, Clarence Piercy, Frank Potter, Vivian Pryor, Ruby Putnam, Loreigrhn Pyle, Lelah Fern Redell, Raye Reeder, Lowa Reese, Mary Louise Rhamy, Ethel Robertson. Helen Rowland, Muriel Rumerfield, Esther Runyan, Howard Top Row-Johnson lTeacherJ, Noll, Owens, McGuire, Mundy, Perkins, Piercey Pallpeter Mat thews. Second Row-Painter, Lamont, Knight, Moore, Putnam, McMillen, Pryor Koehler McCune Osborne, Potter. First Row-Pace, Morris, 0'Dell, McFadden, Logan, Norris, Mann, LaGuire PAGE 109 'Y"i1i i,:'QgQ39'1iQ,i-'L,fi? vli'!-LAY, - jf CLASS ROLL Scarborough, Percy Svheuerman. Marjorie Schoenwetter, Etta Mao Sseehorn, Lois Sharp, Carl Smith, Ceeil Smith. Clem Smith, Emma Lee Smith, ltosalee Steele, Stanford Steward, Carl Stewart, Pauline Stewart, Rieharfl Summers, Ruby Faye Thomas, Anna Mae Thomas, Grant 'lhornton, Katie 'lompkins. liuster Tough, Derwuod Turk, Carl Watsrmn, Mary Pl. Webb. Alforrl Webster. Valeria Wert, Kathern West, Georgia Whitehead, Iiilecu Wilhelmson, Marlyu Wilson, Irene Wilson, Wiley Wood, Elizabeth Wnmltill, Martha Wray, Harriet Top Row-Cecil Smith, Robertson, Davis tTeacherJ, Thomas, Steele, Welsh, Tough Rznxm Clem Smith. Rerlell. Second Row-Watson, West, Reese, Thornton, Thomas, Summers. Shocnwcttcr. Rhimcx Wil son, Rowland, Whitehead, E. Smith, Robertson. First RowfSharp, Steward, Wilson, Webster, Wray, Wuodfill, Wilhclmson, Set-horn lt :mln Stewart, Smith, Wert, Rumerfield. PAGE 110 7 -23:9 X509 f .5 ' qvgfqgyu-f X A A n 1-qyfd i IJ J unior H igh mmazfics Lysander Hopkins Mrs. Betsy Hopkins Sim Smalley - Lucinda Johnson Mrs. De Smythe Mr. De Smythe Henry Jones - Mrs. Henry Jones lirvwliml, Murycllcn Brown, Lucille Ilumgxardner, Pauline Current, Ethel Current, Mary Jane Davis, Mary Dillon, Marie Drown, Edith Duncan, Edgar Evans, Luvillc- Harvey. Viola Hill. Allenrra Hornhack, Helene lnnis, Virxrinia Jackson, Evelyn Jameson, Velma Journey. Catherine Keithlfly, Ruth -ll "JUST PLAIN JONES Spring Festival. - Owen Treasure Ethel Current Donald Ward - Allegra Hill Catherine Logan - Allee Niles Billy Boatright - - Betty Smith Director--Helen Shortt CLASS ROLL Lane, Elva Leach, Wilma Leach, Anna Margaret Logan, Catherine Lovimz. Ada Niles, Allee Parker, Rebul Pryor, Dorothy Rakestraw, Ruby Reed, Floreine Shortt, Helen Smith, Betty Tolly, Helen Treasure, Owen Ward, Donald Wells, Emily Wilson, Lena Mae PAGE 111 X uuior High Boys Bell, Earl Boatright, William Brooks, Albert Cless, Clarence Cunningham. Kenneth Dean, Raymond Dixon, Preston McGee, Glenn Niles, Allee CLASS ROLL Glee Club Rs-ed, Bob Riley, Edward Simeosky, Joseph Steward, Carl Stratton, Clark Tadlock, John Urner, Charles Marie Steuck-Accom Junior iris Glee Club Ault, Pauline Bowman, Evalena Bowman, Mildred Bush, Georgia Clemmons, Mary Claiborne, Winifred Current, Ethel Duncan, Katherine Eddlemon, Sue Fisher, Betty Mae Forman, Attaway Forney, Marjorie Hamlin, Gertrude Knight, Mari-ruerite Koehler. Freda Leach, Wilam Logan, Josephine Long, Cleo CLASS ROLL Mann, Norma Mason, Orva Norris. Elsie Orear, Maria Painter, Josephine Potter, Vivian Reese, Mary Rimmer, Mary Rumerfield, Esther Starkey, Mildred Summers, Ruby Tow, Zermyle Wade, Irene Wilson, Lena Mac Wilhelmson, Marlyn Wnodfill. Martha Wray, Ruth nrnist Nina Clary-Accompanist a Top Row-Bowman, Rimmcr, Tow, Current, Forman, Claiborne, Stratton, Boatrixzht C mmm: ham., Tadlock, Urner. l Third Row-Eddlemon. Duncan, Norris, Potter, Mason, Clemmons, Bush, Hamlin Hmkett Leach, Starkey, Long 1 Second Row-Reed, Bolton, Dawson, Orear, Wade, Clary, Koehler, Foltz fD1rectorJ Corbett Summers, Bixler, Wilson, Forney, Niles, Stewart - ' First Row-Brooks, Mann, Bowman, Painter, Fisher, Knight, Rumerfield, Wray Woodfill Riley. PAGE 112 a----oQf- ft- f- --- -F-A V -'---- --ff ---f A-.- an W ,g - ' ' ' "D ' f- I X QT- fn 4-5 Vqf eff '3 A X ff'-:QL f XJ Zn'-X f W qw J Junior High School Urchestro Members-Junior Graves, Franklin McGuire, Bobby Dunaway, Isabel Shanks, Mary Rimmer, Esther Egbert, Clyde Clark, Wayne Cronkhite, Georgia Capps, Mary Frances Bowker, Hazel Sherrick, Roann Green, Arlene Mabry, Gwendolyn Piercey, Billy Bob Crawford, Julian Goodpasture, Jack Hardin, Henry Noll, Percy Scar- borough, Bobby Howser, Roymond Duncan, Owen Treasure. Eldon C. Jones, Director. PAGE 113 I When a youth was giving himself over to airs and saying, "I am wise for l have conversed with many wise men," Epectitus replied, "I too have conversed with many rich men, yet I am not rich."---from lhe Golden Szzyzhgs. PAGE 114 001413105 SP1 Vey Our Appreciation The Comet Staff of l928 again expresses appreciation to advertisers whose liberal contributions have made possible the financial success of this Annual. The Advertising Department requests the student body to carefully note the follow- ing advertisers and patronize these institutions. ROBERT HENDERSON, jr., Advertising Manager J. B. DADE., Associate Advertising Manager PAGE 116 Druuglzoufs Business College Boy Gets Five Raises uuu' Doubles Puy in Two Years I.',Ilx'l. .l0HN.S'0N, an .elsll l1'roi'e lllifll svlmol ,Qnuluahg who, in ll litfle more llmn Iwo ,vears, en' .ioml lim' sulum' llIL'I't'llSt'S wllivll more lhan flonhlefl llis Sltlfflllf sulnr,v. Carl johnson is one of many highschool graduates who lmve gone out into the business world and mzule good vm Drauglions training. SUCCESi witli Drnuglion's of Springlield is :1 rule, not an exception. lJl'2lUgl1Oll,S Business College Trains Yon, then Places You in ai good position. ENROLL L'A'1'A1.oc: FREE ALONZO j. BA'l'liS, President Druuglioifs Business College sPR1NGF1uLn, MISSOURI PAGE 11 Calendar SEPTEMBER Monday 5-"Hello Kid, where've you been all summer? Say I got the craziest schedule and I don't know half the time what room to go to. But I sure am glad to get back, aren't you?" Friday, 9-A day surely welcomed by tired students. One week gone, only thirty-five more. Tuesday, 13-Everyone pities the poor Sophs. Thursday, 15-Assembly! First of the season. Friday, 30-Boys go to Joplin. Too bad! Thirty-one to nothing in Joplin's favor. OCTOBER Monday, 3fHonor Society holds its first meeting. Elected officers. Thursday, 6-Pep Club elected. It won't be long now! Assembly today. Wasn't Mrs. Eichinger's program swell? Dorman's and Blakely's duet was sure clever. But above all that, the cup the Seniors won was some cup! Friday, 7-Teacher Training Girls try their luck selling candy at Harrisonville game. August Bruhlman very badly injured. We won! Seven to nothing. Tuesday, 11-At last! The Crimson and Gray steps out. Seniors see who has the tiniest finger. They think they'll buy a ring. Ralph and Walter quarreled over whose finger was the smallest, can you beat it? Wednesday, 12-Listen to this. No more work for the paper staff. The staff sure feels little. Friday, 23-First football game at Aurora. Seven to seven. Pretty good. T. T. C. Girls off for a picnic. Say, what are Fords good for? Perhaps one of the girls can answer that question. Thursday, 13-First fire drill! Fast people around N. H. S. Friday, 14-Webb City downs us. Nevada fans show loyalty. Saturday, 15-Death of our school mate, Leota Jameson. Monday, 17-Rings ordered. "Busted'???? I'll say, m'pocket's flat as a flitter." School Board Reception. Friday, 21-Tigers vs Fort Scott! Thirteen to nothing. The zero is ours. Friday, 28-Boys go to Butler. Whipped us, we'll say. Seven to nothing. NOVEMBER Thursday, 4-Boys go to Frontenac. Hard game but came out O. K. Two to nothing. Thursday, 10-Milo vs Jr. High Basketball. Hurray for Jr. High! Friday, 11-Off to Adrian. Too good for us. Beat us by a score of six to twelve. Monday, 14-Cast for Open Session announced in Dramatics Club. Some cast! Tuesday, 15-Seniors have big apron and overall party. No dignity about those 10 "Alleyrats." Wednesday, 16-Scientific lecturer instructs us on "Romance of Science." We don't care much about the science part. Friday, 18-Carthage visits our fair city. Score was six to thirteen, the un- lucky number belongs to Nevada but Carthage was not lucky enough to make hers 14. Monday, 21-Tigers elected Gerald Hazelett '29 Captain. Mr. Reid says, "A trip to the Ozarks for next year's team." First call given for basket ball practice. Over thirty reported. Some start we'll say. Tuesday, 22-T. T. C. goes to Jefferson to observe and eat. Mostly eat. Wednesday, 23-Guila Adams, an impersonator gave a fine program at three o'clock in the auditorium. Thursday, 24-Ticket Sale starts for Open Session. Hooray! Seniors show us your stuff! Last game of the year with Lamar. A real game-seven to seven. who said rain? PAGE 118 011Al,11'V A If 0 VIC A l.l, HERFF-JONES COMPANY 'Af School and College Jewelry INDMNAPOLB Offirial .lvwvlers lo 1Vc'2vnla Hilgfll Selina! Wainscott Furniture Company . WHITTAI., RUGS KROEHLFIR LIVING ROOM FURNITURE BHRKEY 8: GAY FURNITURE Sl'II.LER'S KITCHEN CABINICTS Phone 26 Sl?,'l3i.1S B R O W N I N G ' S SRIEES THE BUSY CASH STORE I ee Moss is so clever he can "to" and "to" together and get "toot," PAGE 119 Calendar fContinued.:I DECEMBER , Friday and Saturday, 2, 3-County Tournament. Some go to game! Some get out of study hall! Walker girls and Milo boys were winners. Juanita Evans made county team. Genevieve Tompkins honorable mention. Monday, 5-Miss Anna a sport? Huh! More than that. Yea Cake, Yea Cream! Yea, Yea, Cake and Ice Cream. Tuesday, 6-First debate! Hope and John show El Dorado! what they're made of. Wednesday, 7-State P. T. A. were served tea by Mrs. McGovney. We got out at three o'clock but we didn't get any tea. Thursday, 8-Yea, Open Session! Seniors! Seniors! Yes, yes, yes! Watch the East wall fill up with Green and White. Friday, 9-Debate, Nevada vs Jerico Springs. We're good, we beat 'em. Oh, those doughnuts. We can't understand how it came that Miss Anna wasn't cap- tured a long time ago. I'll say she's a real cook with a generous heart. Monday, 12, to Friday, 19-Student Council all you can hear. Wednesday, 14-Seniors prove their knowledge of grammar. Grammar tests! Practice games with El Dorado, Nevada won both. Friday, 16, Nevada vs Harwood. Hooray! Our victory! Tuesday, 20-We've got some teams! Girls vs Alumni-26 to 24. Boys vs Lib- eral-26 to 32. Debate with Jasper. We beat 'em. Thursday, 22-Christmas Spirit prevails! Glee Club and Orchestra gave Christ- mas program. Friday, 23-Minden vs Nevada. We won both games and we're off for a Merry Christmas. JANUARY Monday, 2-"Well, Hoyt, did you make any New Year's resolutions?" "No, I didn't, I simply couldn't think of any bad habits that I had." Tuesday, 3-Only twenty below zero. Nope, that's not cold! Friday, 6-Our boys played Fort Scott. Hard luck to lose but Nevada has real sports. Tuesday, 10-Alumni took another beating from our girls. Rich Hill boys got one too. Friday, 13-Unlucky day for Adrian boys, sure as you're alive. The score was just 11 to 37. Saturday, 14-Springfield hits us too hard but we'll make that all right later. Springfield boys 36-Nevada boys 21. Thursday, 19--Seniors won Comet Sale. Friday, 20-Both teams left at four o'clock for Lamar. Close game but we won. Girls 15 to 17-boys 17 to 21. Tuesday, 24-"Say our boys don't know their onions?" Minden boys lost against our boys, but Minden girls beat us by close score. Thursday, 26-New members of Honor Society initiated. Friday, 27-Butler boys vs Nevada. Jerico Springs girls vs Nevada. Won both games. Tuesday, 31-Boys went to Liberal and brought home the bacon. Darwin Bowen presented a program at eight o'clock. A real musician. FEBRUARY Thursday, 1-We had a first class assembly! "Speaking to Father." Burl Howell sure makes some dad. Student Council Constitution was adopted. Friday, 2-Section 3 of Senior Class sets standard for attendance-nine and one half perfect days. Saturday, 3-Joplin boys and girls play here. Boys lost by three points but girls tied. A Tuesday, 7-Boys went to Butler and made us a record. PAGE 120 ,A r " L smite E as EVE T HE . Y V W Zi f f : Q s l i ll 5 iw is . 16, ll' ll lfisssslslss Hi? jtillilfiii. E ' Y "The Slorc' For Prelfy Goods" You and your friends are always welcome. We feature especially the most stylish Dresses, Coats, Millinery and Dry Goods Novelties. lhr- largest stook and handsomest store Southwest Missouri and Kansas. HARRY C. MOORE COMPANY Nevada. Missouri Vanderford 81 Co. lVlCff0fd 86 SUIT ABE BLAKELY R Groceries and Meats Wholesale Buyers V Q Of Poultry and Eggs " l our SllffSf!1t'lf0ll lx UNI' Slll'l'l'SS Phones 303--288 Nevada, Missouri East Che,-ry Street Cottey Junior College for Women Nevada, Missouri All Special Departments Also High School and Commercial Departments are Maintained ' PAGE 121 Calendar IC ontinueu' .1 Wednesday, 8-Student Council elected members. Friday and Saturday, 10 and 11-Midwest Tournament here. Nevada the big Champions. Walker girls here-we won! Monday, 13-Miss Johnson gave the T. T. C. a party. Fine time! Swell eats! Tuesday, 14-Sell a ticket to Imaginary Invalid. Friday, 17-That Imaginary Invalid beats all sick folks I ever saw. Saturday, 18-Webb City calls on us. Boys lost! Girls won! Tuesday, 22-Boys and girls both lose to Joplin but prove themselves good sports. Friday, 24-Debate with Carthage at two thirty. Nevada upheld negative. We lost. Game with Lamar at 7:30. Last one of the season. Unlucky day all around- boys lost but girls kept up the good work. Tuesday, 28-Music Concert tonight-no not tonight, we've such colds we sound like the first frogs in spring. MARCH Friday and Saturday, 2 and 3-Drury Tournament-boys attend. Won fourth place and brought back Sportsmanship banner. Monday, 5-10-Teacher Training girls become real pedagogues and take over the rural schools. Tuesday, 6-Musical concert proved a success. Wednesday, 7-Debate Team left for Fulton to attend the Debating Tourna- ment. Monday, 12-Examination Week. Thursday, 15-Fort Scott coming next Thursday. Weather too snowy for their trip. Friday, 16-Just one dollar for the Banquet. Monday, 19-Oratorical preliminaries held at 2:55 in auditorium. Tuesday, 20-Spring Festival preliminaries in both Class A and Class B. Wednesday, 21-Poster Contest! Sophs got first prize poster. Seniors beat in points. APRIL Sunday, 1-We all made fools of ourselves. b Thursday, 5-Class meeting. We've set a goal that will beat any class in the history of N. H. S. iin selling Class Play tickets. Juniors gave Assembly program. Wednesday, 11-Gym program proved a success. Now we know the benefits of gymnasium work. fHasn't J. B. a wonderful physique?l Thursday, 12-The big fight is on! Who's going to win that banner, and how many tickets do the Seniors intend to sell? Friday, 13-Springfield Spring Festival. Rain, rain, rain! Thursday and Friday, 19 and 20-"The Charm School." Best Ever! Big Crowds! Thursday and Friday, 27 and 28-Tri-State meet at Pittsburg. Sunday, 29-Boys Week begins. Wonder when Girls Week will begin? MAY Tuesday, 1-Junior-Senior Banquet. Every one had a good time and plenty to eat. Wednesday, 2-Senior Picnic??? Thursday and Friday, 4 and 5-State Curricula Contest at Columbia. Friday, 11-Seniors practicing every day. Sunday, 13-Baccalaureate Sermon. Farewell Seniors. Tuesday, 15-Class Day. Don't the Seniors look nice in their caps and gowns? Thursday, 17, Commencementllll Friday, 19-The day has come that we looked forward to for years, but now that it's here we wish it had waited a while longer. Good-bye, Dear High School. Good-bye, Good-bye. PAGE 122 THOS. DYGARD "" "ft "A' 'I'AII,OR M ICN 'S FURNISHINGS Phone -IIS 117 IC. Cherry Nevada. Missouri SIVI1TH'S CAFE X N , I'm' fwmi 14.2115 At All IIours Phone I23l IIS IC. Cherry Nevada Chamber of Commerce The People Who Do Th1'11.Q'.r 111 the lllfl?l'l?J'l of 1767711111 Cjllllllfj' 113 EAST CHERRY S'I'RICI'1iI' SI-IANKS C LOT H ING CUNIPANY South Side Square Hup Service Station General Repair Work Our Specialty I,. I7. GII.I,ET'I'Ii Proprietor PAGF 1 P. C. Jacobs 85 Co. Carload Shippers Of I,IVI'i : POULTRY Phone 542 Nevada, Missouri Whaley' Printing Co. Hom! l'r1'11l1'u,gf 117 S. Cedar Phone 137 Nevada, Missouri 3 N F 4 Charles H. Howard, President E. M. George-Howard, Secretary The Nevada Trust Company Capital and Surplus 360,000.00 General Banking and Farm Loans NEVADA, MISSOURI High Grade Gasoline and Motor Oils our Mmm IJ "SERVICE, HoME SERVICE STATION FRED F. TODD, Manager w. SCOTT BATES Gao. E. BATES W. S. Bates and Son hBIlZ71!i7lg llflzzlerial Tha! Satz'sjfe.f" LEE PARKE, Manager Phone 109 202-216 S. Cedar HoTEi. MITCHELL CAFE Breakfast a la Carte .... . 6:00 to 9:30 a. m. m. In , Special Luncheon 60c .... 11:30 to 2:00 p. Special Dinner 7Sc . . . . . 5:30 to 8:00 p. We Appreciate Local Patronage lt ls Our Earnest Desire 'l'o Please You Hotel Mitchell NV. C. Moore, Proprietor Nevada, Missouri PAGE 125 PAGE 126 The Farm and Home Savings and Loan Association of Missouri, Nevada, Mo. Provides all persons who desire to borrow money on approved real estate security, the means of doing so on a small monthly repayment plan. ln other words, it is an Association composed of savers and borrowers, and established for their mutual convenience and benefit. C 81 A AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY DEALERS OF FIRESTONE TIRES Phone 138 SERVICE CAR 129 S. Main MORRISON - WILLIAMS - STERETT CLOTHING COMPANY HART, SCHAFFNER 84 MARX CLOTHES STAR THEATRE BUNKER'S CAFE Clean, Wholesome Home gf Food at Moderate Prices High-Class Photoplays Matinee Daily ACROSS 'l'H E STREE l' 3 ' " 'I' b- " "Sweeter: flu' Day With Candy" Lrmks Cigars 0 duo W o o D F 1 L L X coNFi5c'r1oNiaRY C A N D Y L A N D CCNP hc l IONERY "Home of Good Candies" The place of Good Party Favors Our Specialty bats and Drmks South Side Square Phone 206 PAGE 127 ww' advice to work original D I avoiclkfl 4 I ! 1-.4....a..n.,... PAGE 128 This Store Appreciates the Opportunity To co-operate with the High School in all of its activities. We believe we have the best High bchool and the tinest school spirit in the State. We are proud of the class of '28, and look forward with enthusiastic anticipation to the classes that will follow. OU'I'FI'I"l'IiRS FOR MOTHERS AND THE GIRLS WATCH YOUR BALANCE in 'he H. F. BIRDSEYE BANK OF HI4IAI.'l'H Nature, the Teller, Permits NO OVFRDRAFTS A Ilepositor May Withdraw Only the Amount He Has Un Deposit NU MORE! Moss 8L Urner Building R 85 R Nevada, Mo. Phone 1Vcz'azla'x l'iuueer fi'lIil'llfII'llCfflI'S B. E. DAVIS Staple and Fancy Groceries l'our .S'r1lf.v,l2a'liof1 ls Um' SIlCt'L'S.Y Phone 96 615 lil. Cherry Nevada News Stand Journal-Post Agency The Plavv lo SHCIIH' Uoml .l l11,Qa,zim'x lil. Cherry Phone 792 PAGE no lfllSflIL'.VS lfumcs To Us lfvemf Huy FIRST NATIONAL BANK Established In 1889 We Solicit Your Business Nevada, Missouri , fwmerfmef., N. as Nu l if l 'lljw,wS,aceN' Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes lOl W. Cherry Nevada, Mo. Prompt Service Best Quality Rcasonahlc Prices STAR CLEANERS Phone 2 307 li. Cherry Tadlock 81 Samuel Fancy Beef and Pork Large Variety of Fruit and Vegetables Complete Line of Everything Tadlock 81 Samuel VOSS BOOK STO R IC flcudrflnlrlcrx For .-ll,l. .S'C'HUUl, .S'l'l'l'l,llfS Tucker Depot Drug Co Try fl1L"l,I'Il,Q Slurc M1-.vl 605 Has! Cherry Street Williams fic Pottorf Abstracts Loans and lnsur imc Court House Phone 565 Nevada. Mo Candies :-: Cafe .- Cigars 6 9 ' ' I J FOUNTAINQHJLUNCH "ON THE CORNER" PAGE 130 All Sand Is Not Good Sand Fitting and scaling of concrete and plaster is usually caused by unclean sand "Osage" sand ' ' f to ' th CraWford's Cafe is washed and gfaded. lt is sa e use in e fm w k. s h One Block Som" gnfils. Diary saifo 'iisioyotfloiintfsffof'lffiffl of Subway -fnsager' Sand, The l'lacc'!hr Hom! Tf11.ll,SS lo lful J' A' Daly'OSage Sand and Contractlng Co. I-I. C. WARE STUDIO HGTDGQKPHS zvcfbrezfcr North Cedar Street Phone 304 Nave's Book Store VV. F. NORMAN Sc,,,,0, Books Sheet Metal Mfg. Co. Stationery Gifts Memory Books Liberty Bldg. South Side Square Sigel Ceiling C orrugaled Roojfngr Class of '28 There is no royal road to success. but good appearance is a valuable short cut Durable, lnexpensfve and Easy to Put On Can he Put On Over Old Ceiling. Wood or Plaster Hood .-'lh11eurmn'1' ls Wlml Wt' Srl! Nevad a of Steel ROOHHQ 119 S. Cedar Phone 192 We Manufacture All Kinds PAGE 131 The Daily Mai! and Evening Post THIZ' H0111 lt' l'.4 l'l'.'R .4 ll fha' News Fit to Go Info llle Home .lub Printing-Prrmlpt Serziice Your Wisl1f's Om' Pleas1m' nmummm This "Comet" Priuled By Us iVliIier's Drug Store Osborn Mztchine Shop - - Official Service Station lnirlifjb United Motor Products Corp. X X f N Starting, Lighting and ignition 50" I DRINKS' American Hammered Piston Rings Phone 48 Nevada, Mo. Phone 611 South Main Street -'ff.'1.1,1s'x FUR n11fx1f:" ELLIS MUSIC CO. Representing Martin Bros. Piano Co. Phone 132 East Side Square J.R. Davis Furniture Co " The Slorv Tlml .S'ur'f'.w inn .llnm'v" Phone 74 West Cherry Street PAGE 132 BAl,l,AGH'S Belknap Brothers The Rm-nl! Store Hlld Elllngtf Drugs. iliwllet Articles GARAGFZ Victrolas. Kodaks and Sportin2 Goods Phone 243 ' Corner Cherry and A h Phone 77 Nevada. Missouri WE ARE PREPARED Both from the standpoint of equipment and experience to render the highest type of service either in ambulance work or funeral direction li-Us FHNIQBACL SERVIQE FERRY BROTH ERS IIISIIIYIIIUC .slgenls All Kinds of lnsurinee Phone 61 North Side Square Nevada. Missouri Men's and Boys Clothing, Furnishings und Shoes Goss 81 Glenn Co KAUPP'S FLOWER and Gllfl' SHOP Phone 204 Green Houses Phone 51 WH DELIVER H. KRESS 85 CO PAGE 133 S-I0 and 25 Cent Store Nevada, Missouri gI,Lt,I1I,I,11 ,ln1ny4r.p11'L - awww' .- 2 Q A RAPHS 1 V+ 1 I "' 1- V L 9 1- 4 1 L. 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