Nicholas County High School - Nichlosean Yearbook (Summersville, WV)

 - Class of 1923

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Va. -J--sr , ff + f is xi xrfx 14 HL gb N I. f 450 iEmma Ziranrm mgrru '-7 YI' ' -FV' 1-Y V , 4 N Q DEDICATION MissEmmaPrancesMyers ancl Our Parents as a tolcen of respect ancl as an appreciation of the ltinclly re- garcl ancl friendly helpfulness New Sidzirfg,xitisiiasieffmli i respectfully cleqicate this vol- ume Of the Nxchlosean. P i - ,,J'iJ , Z- ' l 'Wlllllllllllllllllwllnmmimmllllsm...,..l. L efZ.Qee e " . - t .ll. - J - e f ' 1 9 N ICHLOSEAN 23 Rursie O'Dell Dainty Sims . Nichlosean Staff . . . . . Editor in Chief . . Assistant Editor Leonard Strickland . Business lllanager Gwen Hamilton . Assistant Business llilgr. lliaurine Summers Irene Hamilton Faye Deitz . Alice Aldersonl Ida O'Dell Granville Deitz lliary VViseman Beulah Groves Cecil Neal Pauline Neill . . Social Editors . Literary Editor . . Historians ,, Joke Editors Calendar Editor Athletie Editors l6l - 1 9 N ICHLOSE AN 23 fr! J ' .-IJ G""4.a-e .-ng, J'--:'?S 5 11... N,. nw' is ,,...'f ,A--. ,,-.- trim: K- f..'1', ,: fffi-. Qgijg? g ,ez-W ffhlx! Q -9'-o --zff' 1 .-'t ICCLLLLFEXJ 22' 0 K xiii! gf "1 V -i-'gf ' .-I sa' 4 :ffx size- jf-Gfv '1 1 17 L'-5 1 ' 7 I 1 x In ll x. Q53 Ng Bei? 9 Q9 J' X Qjgggg x M me 'RJ Wx'-fig. 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 JAIVIES CARL COX, B. S. AGR., PRINCIPAL AGRICULTURIQ, MATHEMATICS Glenville State Normal School. West Virginia University. Post Graduate YVorl-:, 1Vest Virginia University. V hir. Cox has taught in Bridgeport, Cowen, and Fairmont High Schools, Hillsboro Graded Schools and Keyser Preparatory School. He served in the U. S. Army in 1917-1919 and was eight months over seas. In 1920 1'Ir. Cox came to N. C. H- S. as principal and teacher of Agriculture and llatheinatics and for the past three years has held that position. He is a man of deep thought and man of his own mind. He has the interest of the school at heart and has been an efficient and arduous laborer in the years that he has been with us. ISI 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 EDITH BALLENGER B. S., Pg. B. COMMERCIAL Valparaiso University, Indiana. Success School, Chicago, Ill. lX'Iiss Ballenger came to N. C. H. S. from Chicago Heights, Illinois. She pre- viously taught commercial work in Plummer, Idaho, and Monticello, lNIinn. She came to Nicholas High in the fall of '21- Miss Ballenger was the first teacher to start commercial work in Nicholas High School and by so doing we feel that the school has been greatly benefited. She has filled her position efficiently and has sent several students out in the business world. She is busy every minute of the day and her students usually are busy too. Her favor- ite expressions are, "Oh my goodness, that boy," and "Time. Finish your word." MAGGIE MERRELLS COX M Usrc Buckhannon High School. VVest Virginia VVesleyan College, lkiusic. Post Grad- uate work under Hugh Eldridge, VV. V. VV. C., and Hans van den Burg, von Ende School of Riusic, New York City. Bits. Cox has taught in the Hillsboro and Cabin Creek High Schools and in Shepherd College, State Normal School, for five years. She came to N. C- H. S. in '22 as a music teacher and instructor of the Glee Club. ll-Irs. Cox has made a place in the hearts of a large number of the students. She seems to make friends with everyone easily. She has a wonderful talent for music and .those who have hea1'd her sing once never fail to want to hear her again. She is full of "pep" and is a great help in yelling on the athletic field. VVe hope she will return next year. l9l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 i . l V i IDA B. DORSEY, B. S. H. E., Home ECONOMICS VVest Virginia University. Post Graduate work in Iowa State College. Bliss Dorsey, one of our "own county girls" came to N- C. H. S. in the fall of '21 having previously taught in Ravenswood High School. Miss Dorsey is the mother of the Freshman class and has "steered them clear" through their first year of high school. She is very quiet and demure and always wears a smile. We are all very proud of her for the excellent service she has rendered the school by sending out good cooks and well dressed young ladies. Her motto is, "Car- ry yfour burdens with a smile." ANITA FITCH ENcL1sH, FRENCH llflarshall College. Lady Jane Grey School. Ohio State University. lVIiss Fitch's home is in Huntington, W. Va. She came to N. C. H. S. in the fall of '22 to start her life's career as a teacher. She is well versed in the art of wearing clothes and always looks neat and pleasing. She has an open frank expression that seems to draw you to her whenever you see her- She has been successful as a teacher so far and we hope the future holds much in store for her. l10l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 M. T i . . 1 in 1 EMMA F. MYERS, A. B., SCIENCE lvlarshall College. Illinois University. VVest Virginia University. Columbia University. lvliss lllyers was a former teacher in lylarlinton High School where she taught three years. She came to Nicholas High in 1920 and has remained here since that time. hiiss lllyers knows the name of every bird, Hower and tree and she has led' many students into the knowledge of "bugology," botany and chemistry. She has success- fully guided the Senior Class through their last three years of school and by so doing we feel that Nicholas High School was greatly benefited by having her here. She is very quiet, says little, but thinks a great deal. RUTH SCOTT, A. B., ENGLISH llfliddle Tennessee Normal. George Peabody College. University of Tennessee. Previous to the year l92l Miss Scott was an English teacher in Coopertown High School, Springfield, Tennessee. She came to Nicholas High School' and has for the past two years been a teacher here. Bliss Scott is from the "Sunny South" and she has a cheery word and a sunny smile for every one. She loves to argue and expresses herself freely when called on to .lo so. Out with Nature she is perfectly happy and when studying Nature poems in English class you can see that she longs for a ramble in the woods. She also was a great help to the school in training the Contestants for the Central VVest Virginia Literary Contest. llll l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 VVATT STEVVART, A. B., HISTKJRY Morris Harvey College. WVest Virginia lVesleyan College. Columbia Uni- versity. University of Chicago. lVIr. Stewart taught History and French at N. C. H. S. in 1920-21, was prin- cipal of llflorris Harvey Academy 1921-22 but returned to us in the fall of '22 as a teacher of History and as coach of Athletics. Mr. Stewart is one of our best teachers. He has been a valuable help as coach on the athletic field and is a firm believer in "clean sportsmanship." He is an excel- lent teacher of expression and the school greatly appreciates the help he has given it along this line. He has many friends in school and out and we hope he will return next year. MAY J. TAYLOR, A. B., EDUCATION Florida State College for VVomen. West Virginia University. Before coming to Nicholas County High School, Miss Taylor was director of the Town Kindergarten at Tallahasse, Florida. She came to N. C. H. in the fall of ,22. A Miss Taylor, the "smiling woman", is from Elkins, West Virginia. Her sweet and pleasing ways have won many friends for her in and out of school. She has ably filled her position as Normal training teacher and her students find working with her a pleasure rather than a task. We are afraid that we will lose her next year, however, for ave think she has found a partner to share her future destinies in another field of a or. l12i ICHLOSEA N WHAT CAN I DO F-'ER YOU U31 4 1 9 N ICHLOSEAN Senior Class ilClOTTO: We build 'for character not for fame. COLORS: Black and Old Rose LEONARD STRICKLAND . GRANVILLE Dsrrz . RUSSIE O,DELL Miss RQYERS . Alice Alderson Reginald Brown Ellie Bryant Carrie Campbell Robert Campbell Louise Carden Ollie Chapman Maude Craig Faye Deitz Granville Deitz Esta Dorsey Warner Dorsey lllargarite Dotson Thomas Dotson Alva Groves Beulah Groves Lula Groves Nlargaret Groves Vergie Groves Irene Hamilton Owen Hamilton Bonnie Hereford Esther Hereford Eunice Hereford Leonard lVIclWillion Cecil Neal ll4l ' FLOXVERZ Red Rambler President . Vice-Pres. . Sea- Treas. . Class 14 dvisor Dottie Neal Pauline Neil Ida O'Dell Russie O'Dell Arthur Sebert Dainty Sims Leonard Strickland lllaurine Summers Ruth Sweeney Jennings Thomas lVIary Wiseman lVIary Woods Sallie Young 19 NICHLOSEAN Z3 ALICE ALDIZRSON tiAI.ICEI' Emggpheqm Sec, and Tieag., '21g Vice-Pres., 'ZZQ Dramatic Clubg Athletic Associationg Glee Clubg Debating Club. ' Although Alice is quiet she likes her fun. She is a very studious little girl and is liked by all the teachers on that account. Her loyalty to Nicholas High and the class of '23, proves that she loves them. Alice is a friend o'f everyone and all who know her find her such. "If you .want Il thing zcell done, do it yourself. If you uvznf IZ thing well said, say it yourself." REGINALD XVILLIAM BROXVN "BRowN1E" Erosopheang Sec. Freshmen Class, '19g Foot Bally Base Bnllg Athletic Association. "Brownie" is one who looks after his own affairs and leaves the other fellow's alone. He loves to go out every evening at about dusk and hear the soft p-eal of a "Bell," "Brownie" is loyal and true to the class of '23, but we feel that, when he has left us, he will take a more important view of life, and cast his eyes on the "Bell" that means so much to him. Q "Never was one more blind than zz lo-ver." U51 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 .'le,l'!N6,N -1- ' ,, 15 , . ' V . . V . 4 . . ' . " ' f . , wr- ff' EFFIE BRYANT HEI-'FIEH Erosopheang Glee Clubg Dramatic Clubg Athletic Association. VVe have in our class a quiet little girl whose name is Eliie. She is a loyal mem- ber and a friend of everyone. Her dark brown eyes sparkle with sincerity and truth- fulness, and we are all sure that the future has in store for her great success. Her hobby is to get rid of enemies and make friends. "Silenre is more golden than any song." ROBERT EARLE CAMPBELL "BOB" Philomatheang Debating Clubg Glee Clubg Dramatic Clubg Athletic Association. "Bob" belongs to- the Fighting Football Squad, and has helped win many vie- tories for N. H. S. His hobby is "the study of Stars," and in later years his name will be 'found among those of the most noted Astrologers. It would be well if every- one in class could see as far ahead as "Bob," then get ready for the future. "His smile is sweetened by his gravity." A E163 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 L I ' I . l MARIE LOUISE CARDEN . "Louise" Erosopheang Dramatic Clubg Glee Clubg Athletic Association. Louise is a very bright and cheerful little girl. When she can tease someone she is delighted. Her black eyes sparkle with intelligence and wit. Her worries are so few and small that they can never be noticed, and when exams come around she is always smiling just the same. Louise is always ready to take everything just as it comes. "Better by far that you should forget and smile, than that you should remember and be md." OLLIE MARGUERITE CHAPMAN "POLLY" Erosopheang Glee Clubg Dramatic Clubg Athletic Association. Ollie is famous along many lines, for she is an all-round girl always ready for work or fun. At driving large cars she has few equals. She is the best in N. C. H. S. at raising chickens and is admired for other useful and practical knowledge. "Be admired by the world, society, and the family circle." l17l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 . , , 5 1 . . .i iiz,,,gf's1s " . - - ' - ff ' A f - K . 1 .lr ,sw , - . - . ' - '-uguminw' MAUDE CELIA CRAIG "C12L1E" Philomatheang Glee Club. Xlaude is one of the jolliest girls in school. She has a smile and a kind word for everyone- Her jokes will make you laugh when you are feeling "blue." Her work never worries her and she always finds pleasure even in her studies. Some day Nlaude is going to make some young man happy, and we all know that she would be a fine housewife. "Do 'what you can, and don't ic-'orry over the rest." F AYE DEITZ KIFAYE-D0R.A,' Philomathezmg Dramatic Cluhg Athletic Associationg Glee Cluhg Sec. and Treas. of Ath- letic Association, '22g Literary Editor Nichlosean, '22g Contestant-Debater, '23g Debating Club. Faye is one of the quietest girls in our class. She goes about her work in a quiet way, never calling upon anyone for help. If she doesn't succeed at first she always tries again. Faye is a loyal member and a true friend. Her knowledge and power in writing papers and essays has never been excelled. Some day we think she will make us feel that she can be as wise as the wisest. "Vemcily is the hear! of mornlilyf' llSl 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 1 , , ' 4 GRANVILLE DEITZ '4DE1Tz" Erosopheang Athletic Associationg Dramatic Clnhg Debating Clubg Contestant-Orator, '21, Debater, '23g Foot Ballg Base Ballg Joke Editor "Nichlosean", '23g Vice-Pres. Senior Class, '23, A nobler man has never entered the halls of Old Nicholas High than this young man. He has won much fame for Nicholas High and helped her out of many difficulties. Dietz is full of fun and makes the place he is in very lively. He can pull bluffs over the teachers but never does he lose his popularity with them. VVe know that the future must hold great things in store for such a man as Deitz. "I nm a part of all Ilml I lllrvrf 111f't."' ESTA JANE DORSEY "Esfrie" Erosopheang Dramatic Clubg Glee Clubg Athletic Assocition. Esta is another quiet girl, but her seifene disposition is to be envied by less for- tunate mortals. She is a very good student and if all predictions come true she will be a shining success at whatever she may undertake. "If you are sad, her smile will lllllkl' you glad." l19l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 'i i R Z ' 1 I n-,I - -.,. , - 3 X l ', 'Q -. .A L..L 3 exft Q Neg-M. I . ., . , we 6-.1 VVARNER ARNETT DORSEY IGDORSEYU Erosopheang Athletic Associationg Footballg Contest-Debate, '23. Warner' came to N. C. H. S. a year later than the rest of us but through his devotion to his studies and his untiring efforts he has won his ideal of graduating with the class of '23. He is a very popular young man and we are glad to have him as one of our number. He is not only a good' student but is well known on the foot- ball field. "Devon your time diligently and the rest will be IIdd!'l1'.U MARY MARGARITE DOTSON . HRITEU Philomatheang Dramatic Clubg Glee Club. lylargarite is one whom every one loves. She has a regular dancing spirit and when she hears music, her diflieult task is to keep her feet still. She has never yet set eyes on what you might call a lover, but when she does, she'll sure make him a happy person. lllargarite is always seeking pleasure, and wherever you see a jolly bunch of chaps you'll find that "Rite" is one of them. "lily heart is like II singing bird." l30l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 l Yiiavwatuv ' THOMAS LEO DOTSON ltTo.AI1f Philomatheang Dramatic Clubg Glee Club. One of our loyal members, "Tom," is ever ready to fight for Nicholas High. Everything he undertakes he puts his whole self into and does not give up until he has mastered it. His hobby is music, and to hear him draw the mellow tones from a violin makes one tingle with happiness. Tom is always looking to see what the future has in store for him. "HIan's hrs! fJOS5l'5SiO7l is Il Sjllllfidfllffif 'u'ifr'." ALVA GROVES iiRED,J Philomatheang Dramatic Clubg Base Ball. "Red" can make you think he is serious in everything but further investigation will prove that whatever is right with the world is all right with him. If you axle with him a few times, you can find a world of enjoyment in his jokes. He can make you forget everything but fun and we know that he will make some fair "Jane" happy with his 'fever-to-make-happy" spirit. ff 1. ., omg rzuvzy sorrow, mst away mre. E213 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 t s, suwwsmv t. BEULAH GRCVES HBEULIEU 'ii Erosopheang Athletic Associationg Glee Clubg Dramatic Cluhg Vice-Pres. Freshmen Class, 'l9g Nichlosean Stall, '23g Contestant-Essayist, '22g Reader, '23g Debating Club. Beulah is a very studious and industrious girl. She always has her lessons pre- pared before she takes part in any enjoyment, but when she does, she puts her whole self into enjoyment as she does into her Lessons. Beulah helped bring the victory to N. H. S. last year, -in the Literary Contest, and we hope to see her victorious again this year. "PVork first and lhcn rest." LULA MAE GROVES ICIIUU Philomathezm. Lula- is quiet and studious, but she likes a good time too, if it is not at the ex- pense of her studies. Let the graded schools prepare 'for a wise and just teacher who will soon leave our venerable halls to put knowledge into the minds of young America. "Knowledge and IVVSIIOIII walk hand in lI!Z7ll1.u U21 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 l by 1 g. y MARGARET ROSE GROVES "Pm-' K Erosopheang Dramatic Cluhg Athletic Association. "Peg" is one of our very prettiest young girls. Her red cheeks and smiling lips will always speak for her beauty. She has a world of friends and anyone who knows her naturally becomes her friend. llflusic is her hobby, and when she is heard playing the piano it sounds like music from the other world. "If music be the food of low-jrlay on." VERGIE IRENIS GROVES "Venous" Erosopheang Athletic Associationg Dramatic Clubg Glee Club. Vergie is a quiet and industrious girl. She never co-mes to school without her lessons well prepared, and never shirks when called upon for help. It would seem strange to meet Vergic without a smile for she is always ready to cast a friendly glance on anyone- VVe feel sure that she has in View a road which shall lead to suc- cess, after she has left Nicholas High. "Her footstejn, as the breeze, is lighf, and in her eyes fee see delight." l23l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 V I ' I ' ,wa IRENE GLEN NA HAMILTON "CRICKET" Philomatheang Athletic Associationg Glee Clubg Dramatic Club. Any time you hear light, quick footsteps, you know "Cricket" must be near. Her knowledge on all subjects has not been excelled, and some day we think she will have the opportunity to show some young man how much she knows about house- hold affairs. . "The bmi of things l'0lllL' in small fJmrl'ngr.v." OVVEN HARIILTON "HAM" Ernsopheang Dramatic Clubg Athletic Association: Base Ball Captain, '21g Foot Ball Captain, '21-'22, Assistant Business Manager "Nichlosean", '23. "Ham" is a very popular young man, especially among the girls. VVhen it comes to Football, he cannot be excelled. At all times on the athletic field he has distin- guished himself as the "star player." VVe are sure that he will make a great success in life and we feel that all the girls are waiting to see who will be the lucky one to win him. "The tf'IlI1FlII'i7lll elvgnlzref of frnmle friz'n11sl1iIJ." l24l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 l V u ESTHER BARBARA HEREFORD "NAT" Emsopheang Dramatic Cluhg Glee Clnbg Athletic Association. Esther is one of the peppiest girls in N. C. H. S. She is always boosting the school and it is an established fact that she has no superior as cheer leader. Nlany claim that it was her ability as cheer leader that caused the boys on the athletic field to bring home the trophies of victory. She is widely popular with the young m-en. They claim that one of her frowus is more beautiful than the smiles o'f the multitude. Hflly l'il1gI10l1l for Il .v111i1f'." EUN ICE GRAYE HEREFORD "YoxK" Erosopheang Dramatic Cluhg Glee Cluhg Athletic Association. Eunice is an exception in that she is not only a good student but has a hightly developed sense of humor. She is a favorite of both boys and girls and wherever she may be seen, there is to be found a group to enjoy her companionship. VVhenever anyone is in need of assistance or wants a partner 'for the next dance, you may expect with certainty that "Yonk" will be his choice. "Come laugh -zvith mf. and rlzaxcf dull mrc 11-way." l25l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 H I I WWI ISSJ' , BONNIE FRANCES HEREFORD "Cuz" . Pliilomatheang Glee Clubg Athletic Association. Bonnie left us in her second year but came back to us at the beginning of the term of '22-23. "Cub," as she is usually called, is very good at winning the hearts of men. She is good looking, a good cook, and a good friend of everyone. VVe 'fear that when she has finished her work at Nicholas High she will no longer retain her last name but will take another. "Hr is Il fool who thinks by force or xkill. to turn the l'lll'l'!?Ill of Il 1L"0-lllflllii' will." ARN ISTTE LEONARD MQMILLI ON "MAC" Erosopheanq Athletic Associationg Basehallg Football. "lilac" is one of our class who always has a smile for everyone any time you see him. He is very often found loafing in the halls but it is always on business- "R'Iacl' is ever really to fight for Nicholas High and although he will so-on be leaving "her," we feel that he will never forget the good times he had at Nicholas High. VVe can see an "eye for business" shining every time we look at him. "Lifflf' mia' is xonmfsf llIl'7IllFll.U l26l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 1 I 'sf - I ' CECIL NEAL "GREAsY" Philomnthean President, '22-233 Athletic Associationg Footballg Baseballg Athletic Editor 'tNichlosean", '23g Contestant-Orator, '23. Cecil is one who will do a thing when he says he will. He has had many trials and difhculties throughout his four years in High School but has always come out all right in the end. Cecil has a very intelligent face and we know by that, he will prove to be a great man some clay. He is such a wonderful Football player that he has inherited the title "Greasy," "Patif'm'e is the best rellzedy for rwry trouble." DOTTIE MAE NEAL "DOT" Philomatheang Dramatic Club: Athletic Association. Her jolly smile is to be seen at all times regardless of the weatherg and no matter what may come up she can be depended upon to have studied hier lessons. VVe think that she will become a teacher and let us hope she will not go out of the bounds of Old Nicholas, for it is in need of teachers such as we are sure Dottie will be. "The fvorlrl knows liftle of its biggest 1a'omen." l37l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 i'iQ,y . I A vunuar-H , e 'HBV RUSSIE O'DELL URUSSIEU Philomathean Vice-Pres., '21-'22g Sec. and Treas., '22g Athletic Association Sec. and Treas., '21-225 President, '22-235 Dramatic Clubg Glee Cluhg Sec. and Treas. Senior Class, '23g Editor-in-Chief "Nichlosean", .'23. A mighty good, kind hearted cheerful girl is Russie. She is ever ready to back Nicholas High and the class of '23, She is liked by everyone and wherever you see her she is always smiling. Let us hope that the world has many girls like Russie. "SliIl tongue, a wise head, keeps cool and goes ahead." IDA AGNES O'DELL HJANEU Philomatheang Athletic Associationg Dramatic Clubg Glee Clubg Staff "Nichlosean", '23. Ida is one of our most loyal members. She is a good friend and is liked by every- one. VVhen you need help she is ready at any time. And whatever she can give, it is with a good and free heart. Ida is a hard worker, a good student, and has lots of fun about her. Wh-en called upon to help Nicholas High she never shirks, and we feel that she will always have a good word for her. "A true friend is forever fl friend." l23l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 I I - A wwxffwf PAULINE NEIL "PAULY" Philomatheang Dramatic Clubg Glee Clubg Athletic Associationg Debating Club. In our class we have a famous worker. "Pauly" never comes to school Without a good lesson, and then she has no fear of having trouble with any of the teachers. She is a loyal Senior and will back Nicholas High to the very end, "If you uvznt to know how to get an 'xl' just ask 'Paulgu' " ARTHUR VINTON SEBERT HBOOTSU Philomatheang Dramatic Club. ' If anyone is more popular than Arthur, he has not come to the front for not only is Arthur a favorite of the boys but is always to be seen conversing with any number of girls. And when you see him headed for the garage, you may be sure that a joy ride is the order of the day. "To be loved ix better than to be famous-" l29l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 i l ' , DAINTY PEARL SIKIS "D.fx1NT" Philomatheang Glee Clnbg Dramatic Cluhg Sec. and Treas. Junior Class, '21-'22g Assist- ant Editor-in-Chief "Nichlosean", '23. Dainty is one of our most accomplished Seniors, but we fear her lot will be cast upon the seas of matrimony 'ere long. Her winning ways have won the friendship of her class as well as the teachers. VVe hope that when she leaves Nicholas High she will always remember the class of '23 which we feel sure she will do. "The brave deserfve the lowly-wwy woman may be won." MAURINE MARGARET SUMMERS "MAUR1NE"' Philomathean Sec., '21, Vice-Pres., '22g Athletic Associationg Glee Clnbg Dramatic Clubg Staff "Nichlosean", '23g Debating Cluhg Contest-Essayist '23. VVe have in our class one, who some clay will be among the famous missionaries. She is a girl who believes in having fun, hut, at the same time having all lessons well prepared. ilflanrine won a gold medal for having the best essay in '22 and we feel that this year she will help Nicholas High keep the Silver Cup. "I-Ier eyes are homes of silent prayer." ' l30l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 esta? LEONARD NEVVNIAN STRICKLAND USTRICKU or "SHoRTY" Erosophean President, '22-'23g Debating Club: Contest-Orator, 'Zig Debater, ,ZZ-'Z3g Busi- ness Manager Athletic Association, '21-'23g Pres. junior Classg Pres. Senior Class, '23g Dra- matic Clubg Business Manager "NichIosean", '23. Although he is small, he is in no way small when it comes to business and knowl- edge. He is found more often in the halls than in his class-es, but it is always" on official business." "Shorty," is full of wit and fun which makes every one like him. His best time to accomplish anything is "when the moon is shining." VVe arevsure the future has great things in store for him. "I zzivoke one morning and found lIlj'5f?1f fl1l1I0ll.S'.N RUTH MARIE SVVEENEY "JIM" Philomatheang Dramatic Clubg Glee Clubg Athletic Association. Ruth is one of the best of pupils with a smile for everyone. She excels at French sometimes even astounding the teachers with her knowledge of the eloquent language- At charming the hearts of the other sex she has no superior, for her beauty and win- ning disposition causes them all to Hop sooner or later, though it is usually sooner. "To know her is to love her." l31l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 JENNINGS THOMAS "Hoon" Philomatheang Sec.-Treas. of Debating Club, '22g Pres. of Boys' Glee Club, '23, Pres. of Debating Club, '23g Baseball, Footballg Contest-Debate, '23. "Hoote" is one of the most industrious members of our class. He is ever ready to talne part in any enjoyment that comes up. One of his good tra-its is his loyalty to Nicholas High and the class of '23. Often he has the appearance of "The Sheik" but just approach him and you find his smile waiting to be cast on you. He has a voice like one who descended from the music sphere of heaven. "If God can love them all, surely I can love zz dozen." MARY OLIVE VVISEMAN KKDOCIJ Philomathean, Athletic Association, Dramatic Clubg Glee Clubg Contestant-Reader, '22- '23g Joke Editor "NithIosean", '23. Rarely do you find a girl more witty than "Doc." Any time you are with her you can have a good time, and everyone seems to be happy to have her as a friend. "Doc" has proven her ability, by helping bring to Nicholas High the "Silver Cup." She is a loyal member of the class of '23 as well as to Nicholas High. "A 'witty woman is ll treasure, a 'witty beauty is power, I'm both." l32l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 I AL W K ,,, Lig l yiix A W 1 ,, My Y. Qi ii l ,tih W S MARY RACHEL WOODS "MARY" Philomatheang Dramatic Clubg Athletic Association- When you have won Diary for a friend you have found one whom you can al- ways rely upon. lHary's dark brown eyes and hair make her a type of real beauty. She is ever ready for a good time and wherever you meet her she has an ever-smiling face. She has charmed the hearts of several young lads, but many hearts have been broken since she has devoted all her thoughts to one. "Frienclslzip is love without his wings." SALLIE YOUNG "SALL1E" Sallie decided that it would be best to graduate with the class of '23 so at the end of the second semester of '23 she came back to the old home school. Sallie has been a very successful teacher in the past and we predict that she will be a credit to Nicholas High in the future. "Increase your knowledge that the knowledge of others may be increased." l33l ICHLOSEAN 23 CARRIE CARLETON CAMPBELL UCARRIEU Carrie came to our class at the begin- ning of the second semester of the school term of '23. She has previously devoted her time to teaching in the graded schools of Kanawah Co., and elsewhere in the state, and has been very successful in this work. Since entering school here she has devoted her time to Normal Training work in which she is especially interested. Alma Mater Q Nicholas High School, how we love you! lldore than all the world can knowg But the time draws near for parting How we wish it were not sol Happy were the years spent with you But, alas! soon comes the end 5 VVould that we might tarry longer Joyous days with you to spend. Alma Nlater we must leave you Others will thy banner raise, Thee we'll hold in fond remembrance O'ft our tongues shall speak thy praise And so farewell, dear N. H. S. Our blessings sadly we bestow: The years spent here will be our pride As onward through this life we go. E341 ICHLOSEA "BEFORE THE BATTLE." HAFTER THE VICTORY." i351 19 NAICHLOSEAN 23 Senior History NCIENT and lllodaern people have made History and so have we. Four happy years have rolled by and we have come to the end of our sacred thoughts of days gone by, we must stop and put them into words as a symbol of the succress of the class of '23. On September 8, 1919, Nicholas High opened her doors to the i-is -N largest class of her history. lllr. Ernest Stutzman greeted us with a smile as if to say, "'Tis the brightest class l've seen." VVe surprised the faculty and upper classmen by having an ususual amount of ability and intelligence. With the ss' ,"' i, 2 3:3 Riff path, but before the Stream of Life washes from our memories these .ag L 3' Z V! . - - - . I , -. .Sw ' - S 51' .Q-,hx ' Y l K 1 nifiqttpw 'TA I ,i- 4 help of our two class advisors and the kindness of the upper classmen, we passed the difficulties of our Freshmen year without many blunders. The fall o'f 1920 brought us back but not as Freshman: We had grown to be Sophomores. But, alas! VVe were the class of sixty no longer. Twelve of our bright number had fallen by the wayside, due to over work and the burning of midnight oil. But We had no difliculty in organizing and chose llfiiss Emma llflyers, who has guided our faltering footsteps for the past three years, for our class advisor. The Sophomore boys distinguished themselves from the rest of the boys by their intelligence and will- ingness to work for hir. Cox, as he always kept five or six in his office. We never had a minute of leisure for we were too busy exploring the mysteries of Geometry, French, Latin and Chemistry. One of our Orators and two Debaters won much fame in the Central VV est Virginia Literary Contest. As to Athletics, the Sophomore class was well represented. Before we realized it, June was here and the last event of the Ylear of '20 was a party for the Seniors. Our Junior year marked another milestone of history. Our fame was more conspicuous, especially in football and the literary contest. The Junior boys were the star players in the Football games and four of our number helped to bring the "Silver Cup" to N. H. S. Our banner "The Old Rose and Black" ever floated be- fore us and led us on to nobler and higher ideals. The greatest ev'ent of our Junior year was the Junior-Senior Banquet, which only added more to our 'fame by its great success. Another thing that showed our superiority was the Gold llledal Contest when three of the four Gold lyledals were awarded to the Juniors. September 1922 bestowed upon us our well-earned title, that of Seniors. Now without self-conceit, we as Seniors can again boast of being well represented in thle Contest and athletics. The one great thing that will always tell of our success at N. H. S. is the publication of the 'lNichlosean '23." For four years we have paddled our canoe bravely and successfully and now our work here being completed we move on to "our reward." Time can never efface the memories of the happy days spent at N. H. S. So now adieu, Dear School, adieu. 1361 I 19 NICHLOSEA N 2 3 Risk 3332255 T HW 3 sl if Fw i"55-5 2 1. 'ABN' RQ! 2' 9'1:Q'5Y3N I vi A Regex: is Til? ff' ff New wiv., NW, I 23" 'Xe .pm E, fl' ,4-ll? .Ll Qt'1efJ, Hf- -, ,, Q -M ,is-S Y 3:4553 43321 'mfr -if If W4-if 9 ' fs' 4' if 934.3 11-1 F F51 ,MJ l . .11 ri, gf x kv 1. - R 1 vm 5 .,:.-I'-W. I x -Agg- Q' - -Y ,-lvf xq-v' H - . -,ag i-g ' Q' A '31 ' 4. sacymifgg '- fa t' ., 1-v.--.,f.g-14-51,134-It-,. J - , - 1 CA "1-vm I 'I ' N' ',z V . -.l'r:ai,iv?-'Qs f- -. -- 'li 4-'J-si-'R f. 'fixf-Qu Lx Aff? swf'-"2 '-Rfb 5 5 ' yZg11,2:""-igaifff'-1",'q, .,-ay: T -f-1 ' ifigszfi-1-HftTY'::fg.'3:s'-:2--Q ' 'a f',..fQeH'::-:A '.",v'1- J Hy ',1-i!rL'W'v',' ' -if, :ffl-'f"wg.g f F' 354 552. fifg- iv- ', 2.,.i,35Qg5.if:ifQ":.gN..2.Q,jagq , - N: f 'BgE,g:4.f,-'f:e'f"Lg5gg1yE1':x . , 1 ' 1 N, pit' . l yk ,Q -if 'LSQLQZI - -1.1.-:Lf 1- -42 . 4.-amz: 2--9YT'f',J: if' 1 i , .-'ff 1 33- yy. 1, U I Q -' A - . ifgir ,U T! ' .1. 2, , ' Ly . - -- I 1, sgijhvacal J, .' -. 3: .-'-1 i2.1.,i-, ei Qi-'1"ffsV' - 'i '-'35 7S'i'l3" '-i affli- I Q 9 ' - C . ..',., W .lr A lllllllll lNIoTTo: Quality not quantity is our boast. COLORS: Silver and Old Rose FLONVER : XVi1d Rose F LEBI Guoves ATO Pnsacy LEILA KING . MR. STEXYART Clyde Backus Eugene Brown Lawrence Bryant Aldys Cavendish Camilla Cavendish Daisy Copeland Ruckinan Deitz Klinnie Dorsey V an Dorsey Celia Duffy Pearl Fockler l37l . President Vivz'-President Src.-Treas. . Class rfrlvisor Pat Grose Flem Groves Vinton Huffman Leila King Celia lVIcCue Maynie llflorriston Goldie O'Dell Olive O'Dell Ato Piercy Erma Seay Agnes VValker I C OSEAN 23 CLYDE BACKUS HCLYDIEU "Manhood is above all riches, overtops all titles, and character is greater than any career." EUGENE BROXVN tlGENE,, "Ambition to attempt and skill to attain.' LAWRENCE BRYANT "RL'NT" "Still to ourself in every place consigned Our own felicity we make or find." ALDYS CAVENDISH "In virtue nothing earthly could surpass her." CAMILLA CAVENDISH "A gentle harmless lass with a good conscience." l33l 9 NICHLO EA DAISY COPELAND "The joy of health and youth her eyes dis- played, And ease of heart her every look conveyed." RUCKMAN DIEITZ "Rum-L" I "VVise to resolve and patient to perform." IVIINNIE DORSEY "Silence is more golden than any song." VAN DORSEY "Tum" "Formed by the converse, happily to steer From grave to gay, from lively to severe." PEARL FOCKLER "PEARLEY" "I hear, yet say not much, but think the more." f39l ICH O S E A N 2 3 PAT GROSE "DOM1N1c" "Good temper like a sunny day Sheds brightness over everything." FLEM GROVES "DAVE" Wlihough modest, on his unembarrassed brow Nature has written-'Gentleman' ' LEILA KING "She opens her mouth with wisdom." CELIA MCCUE "C1LLY" "She is pretty to walk with, And witty to talk with, And pleasant to think on." BIAYNIE MORRISTON "She takes the Sunday with her all the week And sufeetens with it all the other days." M01 lf And if she wonlt, she won't, and the1'e's 19 NICHLOSEA GOLDIE O'DELL "The thing that goes the farthest Toward making life worth while That costs the least and does the most ls just a pleasant smile." OLIVE OTDELL . "TOM" "I opened the doors of my heart And behold! There was music within, and a song." ATO PIERCY "PEGGY" "Her frowns are fairer far Than smiles of other maidens are." ERMA SEAY "The 1110312 manifest sign of wisdom is continued cheerfulnessf' AGNES XVALKER HJAGGENU If she will, she will, you may depend on'tg ' an end on't." , l'41l 19 NICHLOSEAN Z3 unior Class History "Not quaniity, but qualify, is our boast." In the fall of l920 the present Junior class entered Nicholas High with an en- rollment of thirty-three. As Sophomores we applied ourselves very diligently to our studies and, conse- quently, were able to boast of a majority of the "A" students. In athletics and all school activities we have always been well represented. The members of the Junior class have distinguished themselves in many ways. Of the fifteen selected for th.e triangular literary contests we furnished eight. Although during our Hrst and second years several of our number dropped out, we were pleasantly surprised this year when two of them, Celia Duffy and Vinton Huffman, returned at the beginning of the second semester. VVhile we sorrow over the loss of so many faithful and true members, we look eagerly forward to the great time we shall have next September when we assemble in dear old N. H. S. to form the Senior class of '24-. H21 19 NIC HLOSEA N 2 3 ff SK 1 I ' -2 A I A ef ' , 2, 4' Ref film 1. ' N. S 3 , 'lg' 1 6:91-ff B, t z S' 445 E X S ex Z , xl pv 1 3 Sl, 7 1 Nh f l A H' AJ L: 'fllll 1' l ,SPL " A SDPHDMCIRE Sophomore Class . vx IXIOTTO: VVise but growing wiser. COLORS: Purple and Gold FL Romeo RADER VVILLIE LEGG ETH 121, MASON M ISS ScoTT Zella liailes Robert Bell Anna Butler Lula Chapman Cecil Craig Janie Dorsey Blanche Duffy Sallie Duffy .Eflie Groves Monica Groves XVillie Legg Zada lliartin Ethel ll-Iason Helen llflcclung lXIorris lX'IcClung VVoodward llfloore Lydia Neal Carl Nutter lra Nutter Lora Nutter Lloyd Nutter Beatrice O'Dell f43l OXVER : Goldenrod Presirlcnt Vive-President Sec.-Treas. Class Advisor Leatha Piercy Broda Rader Romeo Rader Ida Reinhold Runa Summers Ernie' VValker Thelma Y-Vall-cub Earnie VVills Pearl VViseman Rebecca VViseman Sadie Voires 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 Sophomore Review Every institution has its thrilling eventsg every calendar its "red letter" days. The "red letter" day in the calendar of Nicholas High School had its birth in the fall of 1921 when forty lads and lassies were added to the student body. After many exciting adventures, equal to those of Alice in Wonderland fthe one difference being that Alice was able toufind the rabbit-hole, while we were notj we were given over to the wise guidance of lyliss Scott who appreciated us almost as highly as we de- served. VV e became a fixed 'part of the school, taking our share in its work and all its various activities. "We grew and prospered." In 1922 we were-with few exceptions-back again. VVhat we lost we recruited from other schools and are equal in quantity and quality to our class of last year. ' Every class has its characteristics. VV e have ours. And we think it no mark of egotism to say that all our distinguishing features may be summed up in the single word "ideal." YVe have manifested statesman-like ability in our choice of class of- ficers. Our boys have distinguished themselves on the football field as second to none. We have performed our part in the Literary Societies, Glee Club, etc. Owing to our natural abilities and to the self-sacrificing guidance o'f lliiss Scott, We Sophomores are able to put things across. It is this ability that has earned for us the reputation of possessing the wisdom of Solomon and the gravity of Nestor. H41 19 NICHLOSEA fin wiy Q A N ggsnm V , K ,q D M, L' .1 . is 91 1 , I, .n H J? 'g X .L F X 'i Q QNX .X Of V5 42 .E 5, I Egan, eg +2 4 H451 ' N 2 3 19 NICHLOS EA N Z 3 fI'eSl1I'1'1e1"l motto: not at the top but climbing. colors: silver and old rose flower: white carnation miss dorsey class advisor haymond summers president leo king . vice-president lucille king sec.-treas. laura alderson louise aldlerson fred armentrout arthur ashley cludley brown efriie brown madge brown violet bryant ed Callaghan Verna cavendish vernice Copeland daisy Corbett james craig lawrence deitz james duff charles duling lillian fitzgerald grace groves mattie groves julia hamilton gertie haynes burl herold glen herold mark hanna leo king lucille king ethel legg ina lewis nellie martin donna mc clung edith mc million opal me million chelsie morton ethel murphy U61 cecil neil Verna nutter blanche o'dell nita o'dell ruby o'dell kathleen painter berta reynolds guy sebert edith spinks cecil summers haymond summers ray summers joseph sweeney Wilma sweeney audrey thomas arthur walker erdice woods 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 gn! CIQSSGS E471 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 Commercial Department Altie VValker . President Guy Sebert Vice-president Chess Tyree . Sec.-Treas The aim of the Commercial Department is to train the students to be workers and leaders in the business world and not just merely to Hll clerical positions. The commercial world is calling for competent workers. Courses offered in the Commercial Department are: Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Penmanship, and Commercial Arithmetic. Almost every student in high school takes some commercial work. This year shows a great improvement over last year and we feel sure that the work every year will be better than the one preceding it. Thirteen special students entered school last year and nine of them received cer- tificates. Sixty-four students enrolled in the different departments. Nine received Palmer Certificates. Seven Remington and six Underwood Certificates were issued. For the first year the Commercial Department proved very successful. The Seniors who will receive Certificates this year are: llflaurine Summers, Cecil Neal, Alva Groves, Jennings Thomas, Ida O'Dell, and Ruth Sweeney. The girls and boys of Nicholas County who desire a business education have the oppor- tunity to get a good course in Nicholas High which is one of the best schools. E481 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 ON THE VVAY TO A MAN'S HEART "A STITCH IN TIME." E493 ICHLOSEA "'1'ILLERS OF THE SOIL." 'THE CARPENTERSJ' lS01 ICHLOSEA "SCHOOL MARMSI' "THE ALCHEMISTSI' F511 ICHLOSEA N 2 3 lil! ODY UDENT B ST lil NICHLOSE AN 23 ' 515' cf!-j,,L,-gl:-Q3-f.a5Q,5gg3,asm-1t:ff,4.S-:.-g-'51LsQfQi1,ay"pgg135-53:In ll. 1 5 I 1'ix:Q"???EfHg?fgfEa:14v2fv'L3SgE ' ' .-5,1 il'-.JV " KT,."1' "uf -.f.,-- --i1rv,- -n. ' . 'X .' '-'1'- Z!"--.1...f -Ci".1.'5vfi-,1'N'.:,q.'fa.r' .mf '- ff 4. 'dvi' , -1,-fi-1,4-w:,fng-f,gs.g'9E,,,,Q,.:,..g4ggl:-5,,1,9,u,q?Q,:s3i7rg:.:,44 ' E5 -'FJ 1' 5515! 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X 'xv Xu :I wmxxxxsx K X x - ' WV' lx ' XX! X X f 'Q NM, Nxizxxxsxxxxxxv 0NxxmSNxxxxxxx- f' www X Nwxxxvw N0 ,,Qwxv.xx:,xxS 'r 'X X K?lXlXYfQNmvKW"? +V ' ' MN xxxxxx ,Lf X 1- -514,4 N. f .. 1-f ,H X 1 Sgir,-fi x ff gi .1, ORGANIZATIONS I'531 ICHLOSEA N 2 3 YS-ff PZTY Cl IZROSOPI-IRAN LITERARY SO 1 9 N ICHLOSEAN 2 3 Erosophean Literary Society LEONARD STRICKLAND ..... President ALICE ALDERSON . Vice-President BEULAH Gxzoviss . . . . Alice Aldeison Laura Alderson Louise Alderson Fred Armentrout Arthur Ashley Zella Bailes Robert Bell Reginald Brown Eiiie Bryant Anna Butler Violet Bryant Louise Carden Aldys Cavendish Camilla Cavendish Lula Chapman Ollie Chapman Daisy Copeland Vernice Copeland Cecil Craig james Craig Granville Deitz Lawrence Deitz Esta Dorsey Minnie Dorsey YVarner Dorsey james Duff Beulah Groves Flem Groves Margaret Grove: Mattie Groves Vergie Groves Owen Hamilton Esther Hereford Eunice Hereford Mark Hanna Leila King Leo King Lucille King Ethel Mason Donna McClung Philomathean Literary CECIL NEAL . .... MAURINE SUMMERS RUSSIE O,DELL . . Clyde Backus Dudley Brown Eflie Brown Madge Brown Eugene Brown Ed Callaghan Robert Campbell Verna Cavendish Daisy Corbett Maude Craig Faye Deitz Ruckman Deitz Janie Dorsey Van Dorsey Margarite Dotson Thomas Dotson Blanche Duffy Sallie Duffy Lillian Fitzgerald Pat Grose Alva Groves Eflie Groves Grace Groves Lula Groves Monica Groves Roll Julia Hamilton Irene Hamilton Bonnie Hereford Burl Herold Gertie Haynes Willie Legg Zada Martin Nellie Martin Morris lVIcClung Edith McMillion Opal McMillion VVo0dward Moore Cecil j. Neil Cecil Neal Dottie Neal Lydia Neal Pauline Neil Carl Nutter Ira Nutter Lora Nutter Verna Nutter Beatrice O'Dell Nita O'Dell Ida O'DelI Olive 0'Dell l'55l S ec.- Treat. Celia McCue Oretha McCntcheon Leonard McMillion Maynie Mortiston Carl Nutter Ethel Murphy Carl Nutter Goldie O'Dell Ato Piercy Letha Piercy Romeo Rader Thurman Shoemaker Edith Spinks Leonard Strickland Haymond Summers VVilma Sweeney Arthur VV'alker Thelma Vlfalkuh Earnie Vvills Erdice VVoods Society President Vice-President Sea- Trerls. Ruby O'Dell Russie O'Dell Kathleen Painter Broda Rader Ida Reinhold Berta Reynolds Erma Seay Arthur Sehert Guy Sebert Dainty Sims Cecil Summers Maurine Summers Runa Summers Joseph Sweeney Ruth Sweeney Clara Tyree Audrey Thomas Jennings Thomas Sadie Voiers Agnes VValker Altie VValker jewel Vlyalker Mary VVisemnn Pearl VViseman Rebecca VViseman Mary VVoods 19 NICHLOSE A N 2 3 561 PHILOMATHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 I Contestants '2 2 Reruifrs hilary VViseman Corile Hill Essayists Beulah Groves Edna Groves Orafors Flem Groves Shirley Morton Debaters Edwin Brown Clowney Haynes Arnett Groves Leonard Strickland , -1 , Contest Review Nicholas High began her career in inter-school contest work in 1921, by enter- ing the Central VVest Virginia Literary Association. This first attempt proved very successful. VVe contested VVebster Springs and Richwood, liiarch 4th, with the 1'e- sult that the three schools tied on number of points. Then it was necessary to see who had first place on a percentage basis. It was found that Webster' Springs held first place Nicholas High second, and Richwood third. The second year we again met the same opponents, and although greatly handi- capped by sickness, we were fortunate enough to win first place in the preliminary with a score at home of 60-40 in favor of VVebster Springs while at Richwood the score was 80-20 in favor of Nicholas High. By winning thiese contests we were el- igible to the Hnal contest in which we met Cassaway and Sutton and again we were successful, the home score being 100-0 in our favor and the one at Sutton 60-40 in favor of Sutton. ' After the contest was over everyone was kept in suspense as to who was victor. However, early next morning the report came in that the Silver Cup was ours. The enthusiasm of the school was now at its highest point, as was shown by the "pep" meeting which was held in the courthouse yard. On liflarch 15, Nlr. Shurtliff, principal of Sutton High School, presented the Silver Cup to us amid the cheers of the school. F571 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 Contestants ,613 Readers Beulah Groves Blary Y-Viseman Ato Piercy E.vm3'ist.v Celia 1'IcCue Leila King Nlaurine Summers Orniors Flem Groves Ruckman Deitz Cecil Neal Debnlerx Granville Deitz Faye Deitz Leonard Strickland Eugene Brown lVa1'ne1' Dorsey Jennings Thomas l'53l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 Dramatic Club Celia lWcCue .... . President Goldie O'De1l Vice-President Eugenie Brown Sec.-Treas. bffr. Stewart . Coach Late in the fall of 1921, llfliss Ivy llflyers and hir. Stewart saw the need of an organization for the development of the dramatic talent of the students and so or- ganized the Dramatic Club. 7 Under the able supervision of these two coaches, lliiiss liyers and llfir. Stewart, the "Bachelor iVIaid's Reunion," a comedy in every sense of the word, was drama- tized so successfully that the succew of the Dramatic Club was now well established. The Dramatic Club again organized in 1922 and was fortunate enough to gain the services of lN'Iiss Emma Nlyers in carrying on its work. Under her supervision "'W'Tbb fSh 1 "" ' d"h f ' "d f i is. u so antitoun uaspiesente uit exery eu enceo success. Some of the members of the Dramatic Club have developed their dramatic abili- ties to a supreme extent, judging from the number of demands for them in plays and Literary programs. This year the Dramatic Club was delayed in organizing but when the members finally met, they again elected hir. Stewart as coach to carry on the work which he helped to start two years ago. The Dramatic Club is a great benefit to the school and from present indica- tions its future will be even more successful than its past has been. VVith "Excelsior" for its motto, it is ever striving onward toward its goal. l59l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 Athenian Debating Club OFFICERS Jennings Thomas . . . . President Eugene Brown Vice-President Leonard Strickland . Sec. and Treas. llr. Stewart . . . Coach INIICNIBERSHIP Deitz, Granville Summers, Haymond Groves, Beulah Deitz, Ruckman Thomas, Jennings Neil, Pauline Brown, Eugene Alderson, Alice Summers, Nlaurine Strickland, Leonard Deitz, Faye VValker, Agnes Duffy, Sally Late in the fall of l922 the members of the Athenian Debating Club met and organized. They felt that they needed more "pep" in their organization, and as VVoman Suffrage had been recognized for some time, they decided to give the girls a chance, and for the first time in its history the privileges of the Debating Club were enjoyed by the fair sex. Also for the first time it became a rule to invite the public into hear the debates delivered by members of this club. This club has been of great benefit to its members by giving them better poise and delivery in debating. Especially in contest work has the Debating Club been a strong factor in bringing forward successful and accomplished debaters for the work. l60l ICHLOSEA N 2 3 f6lI ASSOCIATION ATHLETIC 19 NICHLOSEA N 2 3 LEONARD STRICKLAND Athletic Association RUSSIE O'DELL ...... President LEONARD Rlchinaaox F7ce15wndent FAYE IJEYIZ . . . . Sea-Yhvaa LEONARD STRICKLAND . . Business il-Igr. Alice Alderson Laura Alderson Louise Alderson Clyde Backus Edith Ballenger Dudley Brown Madge Brown Effie Bryant Lawrence Bryant Anna Butler Robert Campbell Louise Carden Aldys Cavendish Camilla Cavendish Verna Cavendish Ollie Chapman Lula Chapman Daisy Copeland Vernice Copeland Daisy Corbett Cecil Craig Faye Deitz Lawrence Deitz Ruckman Deitz Esta Dorsey lda Dorsey Janie Dorsey Van Dorsey VVarner Dorsey Thomas Dotson Pearl Fockler Anita Fitch Lillian Fitzgerald Cletus Gates Pat Grose Beulah Groves Alva Groves Etiie Groves Flem Groves Louis Groves Mattie Groves Margaret Groves Vergie Groves Irene Hamilton julia Hamilton Bonnie Hereford Esther Hereford Eunice Hereford VVillie Legg Nellie Martin Zada Martin Donna McClung Morris McClung Celia McCue Oretha McMutcheon Opal McMillion Edith McMillion VVoodward Moore Maynie Morriston Chelsie Morton Ethel Murphy Emma Myers Cecil Neal Cecil J. Neil Dottie Neal Lydia Neal Ira Nutter Lora Nutter l'62'l Verna Nutter Beatrice O'Dell Goldie O'Dell Ida O'Dell Nita O'Dell Olive O'Dell Russie O'Dell Kathleen Painter Ato Piercy Leatha Piercy Berta Reynolds Ruth Scott Erma Seay Arthur Sebert Guy Sebert VVatt Stewart Leonard Strickland Cecil Summers Haymond Summers Maurine Summers Runa Summers Ruth Sweeney Audrey Thomas Miay J. Taylor Jennings Thomas Clara Tyree Sadie Voiers Agnes Vilalker Altie VValker Ernie VValker Jewel VValker Mary VViseman Mary VVoods ICHLOSEA GIRLS' GLICE CLUB BOYS' GLEE CLUB F631 I C2 I1 I. CD S IE AK T641 fhkfics E653 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 5 . . OYVEN f"SCRAPPl2Rl'j HAR-IILTON, Captain, Quarter. Getting off to an excellent start in the Clay game, "Scrapper," unfortunately, was so badly injured in the East Bank game the 'following week that he did not get back into the line-up until the latter part of the season. In the last game-Ansted-he ran the team splendidly. CECIL CMCICCEHD CRAIG, Captain-elect, Half. A most aggressive man with the ball he was also dreaded on defense. His seventy- yard run for touch-down in the East Bank game after intercepting a forward pass was one of the prettiest plays of the season. ' BRODA C"BODY"J RADER, Center. Broda pursued the pigslcin, in season, as whole-heartedly as he ever pursues his studies. A veritable."stone walln on defense, he terrorized his opponents when called back to buck the line. Always dependable. ' GRANVILLE q"GRANNYf'p DE-ITZ, Half. During Capt. Hamilton's absence from the line-up Deitz hanklled the team and in a very creditable manner. His excellent work there and at half earned him honor- able mention for All-State honors. l66l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 XVARNER CHDORSEHJ DORSISY, Tackle. Always a hard, consistent playe1'. "Dorse" particularly distinguished himself by his splendid defensive playing in both of the Richwood games. "He seen his duty and done it good." CECIL CHGREASYHJ NEAL, End. VVith the 'four last mentioned players "Greasy" enjoys the distinction cf having played 'every minute of the six games of the season. And, paraphrasing Kipling, one might say that he Hfilled the unforgiving minutes with sixty seconds worth of dis- tance run." PAT KHDOMINICKHJ GROSE, Tackle. This was the first season for "Dominick," He has red hair and because of this CFD he could not kick the ball less than 60 yards on kick-off. LEONARD CHMACHJ McMILLION, Full. "lWac" is one of the number whose loss through graduation will be keenly felt next season. The heaviest man on the team, his weight was a valuable asset on de- fense as well as offense. l67l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 ROBERT Q"BOB"l CAMPBELL, Guard. . The "camel" may be adapted to a "dry" habitat but "Bob" was, and is, always well supplied with "spirits"-good ones, too. A valuable, member of the team who will be greatly missed the coming season. HAYMOND f"DODGE"J SUMMERS, End. The one Freshman regular on the team. By the end of the season he was playing like a veteran. In every game he learned something new and between times he took practice in "Dodging.', JENNINGS l"HOOTE"J THOMAS, Guard. One of the seven whom the team loses through graduation. His motto seemed to be "Enter the game clean," since it is rumored that just before the Richwood game he took seven baths. . VVILLIE CWVIXVYUJ' LEGG, Guard. A hard worker at his position. It is to be regretted that he was unable to re- main with the squad the entire seasong the team could ill afford to lose its one "Legg," l63l - 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 , I , 3 4 . 1 , ROMEO Q"ROMEY"l RADER, End. A hard and willing worker. Romeo played an end very creditably throughout practically all of the second Richwood game, and gave a good account of himself at other times when called upon. LLOYD QUSI-IORTYHJ NUTTER, End. Though the lightest member of the team "Sh0rty" was none the less one o'f our hardest fighters. He played end throughout the first three games, then an unfortunate illness took him off the squad. FRED CHYACOBUJ ARMENTROUT, Guard and End. Fred played aggressively when the opportunity came. He was not with the squad the entire season, but will no doubt be a very valuable man next year. XVATT STENVART, Coach. llflr. Stewart made a great effort to put out a winning team. He showed a great deal of interest in the welfare of the team and his work is greatly appreciated. He played football three years at lllorris Harvey and was a leading track and Held athlete at West Virginia Wesleyan. l69l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 The Season in Football "A"" ' ICHOLAS High's second season of football was not so successful as was expected, yet the team scored more points by far than its op- ponents did, and on the whole it made a record, everything con- sidered, of which we need not be ashamed. i n ? The first game was with Clay County High, which proved an X easy victory for us, the score being 39-0. After this game prospects for a good season looked bright ,r,F,-, ..re, -E .E-X Qi ie, 1 ,E ., y 'frd1L,f1,w.I The following week-end we played East Bank, which game we lost 26-6. In this game our captain and quarter, Owen Hamilton, was knocked out by a badly injured knee due to which misfortune he was unable to play any more during the season, ex- cept for a short time in each- of the last two games, A considerable part of our. ill 'fortune in succeeding games may be ascribed to this unfortunate accident. Our next grid battle was with our old rival, Richwood, Deitz playing at Capt. Hamilton's position. lt was a close and hard-fought battle from the kick-off, but we were unable to score, although we had the ball within a few yards of the opponent's goal line. Richwood 6, Nicholas 0. Then came the first game with Ansted. During the previous season we won both games from them by good scores, so our team entered the game very confident of win- ning, though greatly handicapped by injuries and illness. In the first half Ansted made three touchdowns, but in the second half Nicholas held and made two touch- downs herself, being for the third time almost over the goal line when time was up. Ansted 19, Nicholas 13. The second game with Richwood was very hotly contested. Craig received a pass from Deitz and ran 70 yards for a touchdown, but was called back because of off-side play. Long end runs and forward passes gained much ground, but we were unable to score. Richwood 13, Nicholas O. The Hnal game of the season was with our much-beloved rival Ansted. Our team was in fine condition and as a result Ansted was snowed under 58-0. Trick plays, end runs, and forward passes gained consistently. ln this game the team showed its real strength. F our games XVCl'C lost out of the six played, yet when the score was counted at the end of the season it was found that Nicholas High was leading her opponents in points by 115 to 64, which is not so bad considering injuries, illness, and other dis- couraging conditions. Fifteen men of the squad earned the HN." Their pictures appear on other pages of the annual. l70l li ii Niliiil-Qi ii A Here is to Alice so laughing and bright To the Senior Class she's a shining light. And here is to Bonnie that gay little girl She is always keeping boys' heads in a whirl. Here is to Dottie the studious lass . In tests and exams she ever does pass. Here is to Alva, better known as Red For exams and reports he ever has dread. Here is to Efiie the girl so demure Of her wisdom in books the Faculty is not sure. Here is to Cricket whose name is Irene In company with her Buhel often was seen. Here is to llflary whose surname is VVoocl. She is noted 'for treating Louis so good. Here is to Jennings, the boys call him Hoote He is a poet at times and plays on the flute. He1'e's to lliiss Sims so neat and Dainty She never powders and does l10t painty. Here is to Leonard the girls call him lVIac ln fun and good humor he seems never to lack. Here is to Nlargaret who ever listens for toots But refuses to go driving, unless the car is driven by Boots Here's to the twins, Esther and Eunice At dancing and Bingo they are in their bliss. Here is to Owen the guy that smiles lio see his fair Helen he would walk twenty miles. Here is to llfiargeurite so smiling and sweet For a Bingo partner she can't he beat. Here is to Leonard, they call him Shorty He looks sweet sixteen, but he might be forty. l71l NICHLOSEAN Here is to Russie so smiling and gay At grades she's a wonder, never less than an A. Here is to liaude most loyal of Seniors Her one great specialty is teasing poor Juniors. Here is to Esta so quiet and serene VVherever you see her, her smile is to be seen. Here is to Lula but we call her Lu She's a dandy scout, but can neither cook nor sew. Here is to Brownie, you all know him well He's applied for the position of ringing the Bell. Here is to Faye, we sometimes add Dora I have often wondered if this does not bore her. Here is to Robert, whose hobby is speaking He never stops talking for either eating or sleeping. Here's to Pauline, Walden was her hero But since Bob appeared, he hasn't a show. Here is to ll-Iaurine, to our class she does honor On Literary program, she is a shining number. Here is to Arthur, widely known as Boots He is fond of fun, girls, and blue suits. Here is to Ida, "Bliss Typewriter's" pet She always deserves 'A' and always does get. Here is to Tom, a Painteris his hobby If you go down town, he will be found in the lobby Here is to Louise, whose nickname is Foxy VVhen she can't go with Gene she sends her proxy. Here is to Beulah, that smiling good student She handles the faculty in a way most prudent. Here is to Ollie, she's added liarguerite At raising chickens she can't be beat. Here is to Cecil, his hobby is to be The Captain of a Banana Ship upon a southern sea. Here is to Vergie, so young and so fair The boys are attracted by her bright curly hair. Here is to Ruth, the girl of good looks , She's a wonder at flirting and wise with her books. Here is to lliary and here is to Granville The reading of their poetry sounds like the hammering of an anvil Here is to Old Nicholas, so tried and so true VVe love you Old Nicholas, the Gold and the Blue. l72l 19 NICHLOSEAN 23 . D 6. 5 - GYM .ENUM ,, ci fs 11 12 14 18 2-l 77 28i 29. 2 3. 7 10 13 1-l I6 21 24. 25 28 2 4 7. Nicholas County High School Calendar 1922-23 ' September Students are enrolled. Conflicts. Freshies are homesick. Sophomores are feeling their importance. Football practice begins. Three preachers are on the hill. Philomathean Literary Society meet and elect llliss Myers coach. Erosopheans elect lVIiss Scott as their coach. Miss lllyers gives the Seniors a party in the rock quarry above the high school October Seniors decide to have a year book. Pep! Pep! Pep! Football boys put Clay in the soup to a sco1'e of 39-0. Senior Normals go to observe schools on llfluddlety. Hot soup served in the kitchen to the faculty. Football game with East Bank. Editor's staff for "Nichlosean '23" announced to the class. Football game with Richwood. Bliss Fitch comes into our midst to start her life's career. Freshies are worried over history notes. Football game with Ansted. November Seniors decide on their class rings. llflany students go to Richwood for a football game. A holiday! Hooray! "Nichlosean" staff meet. l73l 1 9 Ii I C Ii IJ CJ S IE Ak DJ 2 3 9. Dinner is served in the kitchen by the cooking class and for the cooking class. 10. A literary program is given by the Erosopheans. 11. We won a glorious victory in the football game with Ansted. Score 58-0. 14. Grade cards come out. 15. School is dismissed for the remainder of the week. 24. School still discontinued on account of diphtheria epidemic. 28. School drudgery begins again. 30. Thanksgiving day. All students are thankful for a holiday. December 1. A literary program is rendered by the "Phillies.l' ll. Parent-Teachers' meeting in the auditorium. 13. Cakes "come up missing" which makes extra work for the girls. 14. Faculty give a banquet in honor of the football boys. 18. The literary contestants for the "Triangular Contestn are decided upon. 20. Pupils bid farewell to their friends and go home to await the coming of Santa Claus. January 2. All students are back with their resolutions to make the new year just right. 8 Photographer arrives safely. 9. Senior individual pictures taken. 10. "Everyone get right quiet. llflove over just a little will you? Now." CSniffJ. QS-n-i-f-fl . 11. Remington typewriting test. 17. The Glee Club start practicing on the operetta, "The Gypsy Rover." 18 Semester examinations. 22. New semester is started with the teachers determined that the pupils are going to have enough work to do. 23. Two new Seniors--Sallie and Carrie-added to .our list. 24 The Senior Normals are doing their observation and teaching at Arbuckle. '7 .. 5. 12. 17. 20. 23. t!?'5?--!!??'U February The Seniors give their first play, "The Dutch Detective." Also the "juniors" saw their shadows. The Philomatheans organize 'for the last semester. Several students are out of school on account -of "Flu," Real contestants are decided upon. , Practise for the contest in full sway. VVe have our "Triangular Contestn both at home and at Cowen. VVe won at home but lost at Cowen. VVe lost the "Silver Cup." C1300-hoolj 1741 CLASSIHE D ADS '5 f' -:J L unmnm H V L4-mum A C ld- f ' V77 71' 'Jr L 7 fL fi- f F C ff' fi r-S TK ' fu ! .,..- --:L-w KT X xy? If I X xi -5-Y-. ff xx-W, ef 9 vw -f-ff Y' f ' i-,L ,- I R X x N X -- - +41 fswirf fx? X ,Z f N -E - J XG' - f X4' Ni ff. Y J-4 M F- y A I I 41 'il + nh 6 . L 5 - ' Z -Even gyqgg-nk rhmn.U'Q kv. rm b.Ymu.,ql T751 l-l. C. White Co. Merchandising Specialists Funeral Directors and Undertalzers A fme line of Burial Robes, Caskets and Steel Grave Vaults carried in stock Largest Flour and Feed Dealers in Nicholas County All Merchandise Guaranteed as Represented m nz at "No skin garne. A Square Deal to every customer' x :sz m Localand Long IDBtance'Tdephone and Telegraph Service SUMMERSVILLE WEST VIRGINIA l76l TO the Graduating Class of 1923 we extend our heartiest congratulations, and wish the years may bring to each prosperity and happiness. To each member of the High School, present and prospective, we affirm our interest in your work and welfare, and herein express a readiness to ex- tend to each and all any aid and encouragement in our power. To the Faculty who have worked so earnestly and efficiently, we speak our appreciation of your un- selflsh labors, and believe that each of you have the true teachers most coveted reward---the conscious- ness of duty well performed. Nicholas County Bank suivnviaasvitta, W. vA. E771 Compliments of the UNEEDA HOTEL You need our service We need your patronage The only Hotel in town with running water, etc. Feed Barn, and Garage in connection "SERVICE IS OUR MOTTOU H. H. Spinks Surnmersvillc, XV. Va. K Trent's Garage "For Service" Dodge Bros. Motor Cars Oxy-Acetylene Welding Expert Nlechanics H G E N E R A L MERCHANDISE Star Brand Shoes, Fine Ginghams, Choice Groceries and Confections .ab Mifzs. s. F. D1XoN Summersville, W. Va. U31 THE PLACE WHERE NICHOLAS HIGH STUDENTS AND THEIR PARENTS Always realize they are more than welcome Farmers 85 Merchants Bank Summersville, W. Va. "An Honor Roll Bank" QS, 23 WVe have employed three Nicholas High graduates. T791 T GOING TO The Dunn BUILD? Fountain Plans and Estimates Pen furnished All Materials Furnished WE BUTLD TO SUIT YOU M. H. BROCK Sc SON Contractor: and B-uilderf Summersville, VV. Va. The Pen with the little Red Pump Handle A regular Camel forink-goes a month without a drink FOR SALE BY E. F. Coleman Richwood, W. Va. B. Sc O. FOR Restaurant PLUMBING. V H EATING Wheli in Richwood visit the AND B. Sz O. Restaurant for quick and polite service S U P P L I E S First class rooms in connection CALL C. B. Bartron S. C. CHAPMAN, Prop. Richwood, W. Va, l30l Y N 7 E carry a nice clean, up-to-date line of merchandise, and guarantee to save you money on all purchases. We feature the following Well known lines: Grijon Clothes Walhover Shoes Queen Quality Shoes Queen Shirts and Dresses Betty Wales Dresses Stetson Hats Ladies and Gents Furnishings In fact every thing usually kept in an up-to-date department store "One Price, Cash Store" y Stanarcl-Groves Co. Summersville, VV. Va. l81l G e n e r al Merchandise We carry a complete line of Shoes, Dry Goods and Notions Hats and Groceries "Un the corner but on the square" E. L. ALD1-3RsoN CO1'1fCC'ClO1'16I'y Rem H on and Soft Drinks - Typewmters M ARE useo Schraffts and Lowneys Chocolates a Specialty C I G A R S and C ICARETTES Alfred Groves Summersvillc, XV. Va. BY EVERY SCHOOL that teaches Typcwriting, because the schools know that they are STANDARD among the Business and Professional men, and that the REMINGTON is dependable and the Largest Typewri ter Company in the World. B. E. Procter Charleston, W. Va. E821 D u ff Sc W 0 0 d S MILLINERY and LADIES' FURNISHINGS SCHOOL' SUPPLIES and DRUG SUNDRIES SUM MER SVILLE, W. VA. Mrs. G. G. DUFF Mrs. MERTIE M. WOODS Rex. Q. Rogers R. Marcell Wood E V E I N G TO MAKE THE Circulation Brokers AUTO GO and Publicity Experts erwclgmmpmess Accuracy National, International and State Maps, Agrrcultural and Veterxna Charts FREE with The Southern Agriculturist "VVe are the friend you need H. B. Campbell H. M. Campbell AGENTS WANTED AT ALL TIMES Garage Box 64 Sumnxersville, VV. Va. Summersvllle. VV. Va KSU T . G e n e r a 1 -Eli-Q Merchandise Hardware coivii: ro NETTIE, WEST VIRGINIA, Herold8cHerold, Proprietors IF YOU WANT TO GET THE WORTH OF YOUR MONEY CLYDE ROOP Nettie, YV. Va. General line of Up-to-date H a rdw a re, Farm Seeds, Farming Tools, Building Material, Auto Accessories. E. G. M EARS GENTS FURNISHINGS HEADQUARTERS FOR Spaldings' Sweaters, Uniforms, Shoes, and Wearing Apparel Prompt attention given to mail orders RICHWOOD, W. VA. E341 I ., Summersville, W. Va. "By the Court House Squareh' General Merchandise Shoes, Dress Shirts, Hosiery and Hats and Caps a specialty We carry a complete line of School Supplies WE GIVE SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED W"e will appreciafe lhe opporlunily to prove our slatemenls lo you West Virginia University Morgantown, West Virginia Ojers instruction in the following lines: COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES-bl. M. Callahan, Ph.D., Dean. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING-Clement Ross Jones, M.M.E., Dean. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE-George R. Lyman, Ph.D., Dean. COLLEGE OF L.-iw -joseph XVHTYCH Madden, j.D., Dean. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AND DEPARTMENT OF PHARlVIACY'J0hl'l M. Simpson, M.lNI., Dean. SCHOOL OF NIUSIC- Louis Black, Director. THE SUMMER SCHOOL Cbeginning june 11th, 1923, and continuing I2 weeksj -Waitman Bai-be, Litt.D., Director. FRANK BUTLER TROTTER, LL.D., PRESIDENT lS5l New River State School Montgomery, W. Va. JUNIOR COLLEGE Courses in English, History, Economics, Sociology, Mathematics French, Latin, Mining, Chemistry, Electricity, Surveying, Mechan- ical Drawing, Geology and Psychology. I-IICvI"I SCHOOL . - All the usual courses given in a first class High School are offered. . COMMERCIAL SCHOOL Bookkeeping, Typewriting, Shorthand, Commercial Law, Office, Practice, Higher Accounting, Etc., are taught thoroughly by com- petent teachers. SCHOOL OF MUSIC Courses in Piano, Violin, Cello, Voice and Public School Music are given. Work fully credited in best Conservatories of the country. SUMMER TERM june 12, 1923, Hrst 6 weeks, July 23, 1923, second 6 weeks. FALL TERM Q September 12, 1923 Strong Faculty of I7 teachers. Library of about 6,000 volumes Laboratories well equipped. Board and room in Dormitory 3521.00 per month Address C. I-I. MARTIN, President I36I Queensware Implements FARMERS HARDWARE and FURNITURE CO. O. G. ROBINSON, MICR. "Everything in Hardware" SUMMERSVILLE, WEST VIRGINIA Let us figure with you on all your wants Stoves Furniture W, S, WOOD, Pres. JOHN NU'I'TAI.I., Cashier GRANVILLE ODELI., Vice Pres. N. S. KICLLER. Asst. Cashier H. S. NELSON. Vice Pres The Bank 0f airzwood QUINXVOOD, WEST VIRGINIA Capital Stock 850.00000 Began Business june lst, 1921 Deposits Dec. 21, 1921, 382,000 Deposits Dec. 30, 1922, 215194000 1871 Go To The Movies Learn While You See Educational Enlightening Entertaining Transformed on the Screen are the Works of all our Famous and Inspired Artists and Authors, Talented Actors and Actresses, Daredevil Kings, Hair-raising Stunt Performers and every Worldly Happening of Importance. 'For the Year 1923 the CASINO THEATRE, Summerville, W. Va., has booked exclusively pictures of the highest quality. WATCH FOR oUR SPECIALS CASINO THEATRE, Summersville, VV. Va. OKEY V. WARD, Prop. "He That Spares Wfhen He IS Young. May Spend Wh,en He ls Oldu Of every dollar you spend, part of it doubtless could have been saved. The more you spend now, the less you will spend later "Save for an Education" Bank of Gauley Bridge GAULEY BRIDGE, WEST VIRGINIA lssl Our Stock is complete at all times and we appreciate your patronage. When you think of trading think of Mearns'. There is economy in the thought. M "THINK" J. A. Mearns 81 Son QUAYLE QUALITY Quayle 8 Son, Inc. Albany, N. Y. Steel Engravers to American Universities I Graduation Invitations, Class Jewelry, Personal Cards IT IS A MARK OF DISTINCTION TO USE MERCHANDISE MARKED QUAYLE Samples of Wedding Stationery upon request Proper Styles, Correct Forms, Moderate Cost E391 Y12W.P1N 13 INN V. H. O'DELL, Prpprietor Your Patronage Solicited and Appreciated M J. H. Bolar Sc Co. General flflerchandise Summersville XV. Va. W Binders Mowers I. H. C. Farm Machinery Tillage Implements J. D. PECK Summersville, XV. Va, Walker Store Co. General Merchandise SUMMERSVILLE - W. VA. l90l off L TAKEW'562f.s!-2955955 'GDR BEARD GPQQALDST IN conmscrme Ewsmm 51AIR5 loam cn P1roL ST 0 Q QE- e5 IMC HHL S ON, W. Vnf Her Graduation-U "The Milest That Simply JVIUSL Be Alarlaed XX th A Picture" j. Leonard Gates OFFICIAL PI-IOTOGRAPHER FOR THE 1923 NICHLOSILAW I I Come to Concord .State Teachers College FOR YOUR STANDARD NORMAL COURSE A New Hall For Women With Modern Equipment, A Pleasant Place To Live BEAUTIFUL SCENERY, HEALTHFUL CLIMATE, FRIENDLY PEOPLE, COME AND SPEND A SUMMER WITH US AND YOU WILL WANT TO STAY A WHOLE YEAR SUMMER SESSION OPENS elle? I I june 1 2 UW5 Q C. C. ROSSE Y, President Athens, Mercer Co., W. Virginia T921 Dr. F. H. Brown Summersville, VV. Virginia Alderson SL Breckinridge ATTORNEYS AT LAVV Summersville Sz Richwood, W'est Virginia J. M. Xvolverton T. W. Ayres Wolverton Sz Ayres LAWYERS Richwood, W. Virginia Practice in partnership in all courts ofthe state and in the FederalCourts. In addition to the general practice special attention is given to abstracts and reports on land titles. Dr. W. E. McQueen DENTIST Summersville, West Virginia C. P. S W e e n e y Summersville, W. Va. H o r a Il SL H o r a n ATTORNEYS AT LAW AGENT FUR NATIONAL MARBLE tr SmmmVi,,e, GRAN! 7 E CO' West Virginia Ba1lGra-und, Georgia Keep in Touch with Your NICHOLAS COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL and the activities of your COUNTY through The icholas Chronicle THE ONLY COUNTY SEAT PAPER JOB PRINTING PLANT IN CONNECTION Nicholas County l-ligh School Summersville. West Virginia ls Vocational, Trains for Citizenship and affords unusual opportunities to the boys and girls of Nicholas County to prepare for usefulness For Information Address the Principal E941 4 . L :- A' 1' ffw gief " ," ' ' if '-F565 'lH1i,'EgfQf f.f px ',. 1. s on K. Kahne wx. 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Dame Fortune always gives to those VVho, by their bravery, please her, A just reward, and so it proved VVith this young Ebenezer, For he now sits on his lord's right hand And reads the words of Caesar. "NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH" We eat when we are hungry, VVe drink when we are dry, And if the faculty don't kill us We'll live until we die. Youcan fool part of the faculty All the time. And all the faculty Part of the time, But you ean't fool all the faculty All the time. KA Convictj "AT LAST" Perpetual motion is here! Yes, it's come. Just watch Boots Sebert's mouth Chewing Spearmint gum. "IT'S A FACT" "The curfew tolls the knell of parting day, The lowing herd winds slowly o'er the lea, The plownfian homeward plods his weary way But, honest kid, now whafs all that to me." . A TOAST Hcre's to the faculty, long may they live! Even as long as the lessons they give. FRESHMEN, ATTENTION l A dog sat on the railroad track He didn't hear the bell, The train went on to Halifax tVVe know where you think the dog went, but he had moved around so he could see the last page of the HNICH LOSEAN."j AN EVERYDAY OCCURENCE XfVe always laugh at faculty jokes, No matter what they be. Not because they are funny jokes, But because it's policy. l96l W w V. I 4 "1 xx' 4 f ,I ,ff ,lf J' Wi. VH 1, V' fi' X we ., f if Zn M y 'Anim ,ff if ff, 7,Wi'!k lg wwf. W i YM' w ff H , vu filly ddr 'LM w,,. iw if T I ,sf fn 6 make A f + Q 9 M. Rang my 'W W ' H U Q Shovk Sfllfi-E-fin 5 W y, 1,' QMS: " QL' "qi" W w ' ff Af5w1l1X 3 We T M. Nw M ,l,ffff',,.s 1,, , - wink W l,-1.", ,fm f49Z, fA:NMx , WW '5 r' Xkiflfkl A .Q 5331 1,,. ilk MW Ilf Q," L W , xi ygkvv qv I "VM mf' "Q 514' if gf of 144 :Ax sgsgy u 1,1 'W in " X , L L I QI In WSF is l ' Y u Y I t . f97I f X , M' HAMMEDJMUH KDQTMEYH2 Q A DY l.l TJ ENGRAVERI PRINTER! MILWAUKEE' Wir an 1 iw 55' H. 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