Northeast High School - Nor Easter Yearbook (Kansas City, MO)
- Class of 1923
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B. M. STIGALL, Principal.
C. B. REYNOLDS, Principal Emeritus.
A. T. CHAPIN, Vice-Principal.
Mr. Sharp '
Miss Van Metre
Mr. Ellis '
Miss Van Natta
Miss Peters '
Miss Frances Anderson, Clerk, Mrs, Harrison, Matron.
MISS Esfellla G1'0Sh011g, Assistant Clerk. Mr. Critchfield, Custodian,
Mlss Vivian Little, Librarian. Mr, 511165, Engineer.
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THE MEMORIAL TRIBUTE
NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY
DEATH OF MISS EDNA E. MILLER
lt is with profoundest sorrow that we learned of the death of our
lamented and beloved colleague, Miss Edna E. Miller, the head of the
department of art and design in the Northeast High School.
This sad n,ews comes so suddenly and unexpectedly that it is
difficult for us to find adequate language to express our feeling of
sorrow and of truest appreciation. Physically, intellectually, and pro-
fessionally, she seemed to be so normal, so energetic and so enthusiastic
in her work that none of us would have thought that she would be the
sixth member of the Northeast High School faculty to be numbered
out of service at the command of the messenger of death. Although
this is only Miss Miller's first year as a teacher in this school, already
through her genial and strong character, socially and professionally, by
her active, faithful and willing service for the good of Northeast and
by her expert efficiency as a teacher of art, she was rapidly strengthening
her department and endearing herself to the hearts of her pupils and
Miss MiIIer's friends were proud of her meritorious work and the
attractive and enviable career that she was shaping for herself both
as a fine personality and as an art teacher. Outside of her routine
class work she was prodigally active in helping the teachers and pupils
in all school activities where a skillful artist was needed to produce
charming posters, bulletin board notices of school events, cov.er designs,
department headings for the "Nor'easter" and bookplates to stimulate
the pupils in their study of literature. Indeed, hers was a self-sacrificing
spirit for the good of the w-hole school. In these respects Miss Miller's
character and work furnished a shining example of high-minded woman-
hood for our pupils to .emulate and for her fellow teachers to revere.
To her bereaved mother and other members of her family we ex-
tend our tenderest sympathy and condolence. May they find consola-
tion in th.e reflection that to be thus remembered by her pupils and
colleagues is not to die, and the Northeast High School is a better school
for having enjoyed even for so brief a season Miss Miller's refining,
beautifying and mind-strengthening influ.ence.
Let us also find consolation in the reflection that to scatter along
Ilfe's highway in spring as Miss Miller did, works of beauty for the
human eye to rest upon and especially to cultivate the love for beauty
in the hearts and minds of our young people, is to be a benefactor of
the human race.
Solicitously submitted by the Committee,
MR. E. D. PHILLIPS, Chairman,
MISS EVA PACKARD,
MR. ROBERT E. WHITE.
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Editor of Annual Qlj ....A.............,,,..,., Harold B. Taylor i
E 4 Editor-in-Chief Q23 .A......... ,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,.,,.,,, C harleg Jones
Literary Editor Q35 ..................,.............,,,, Buella Wilson
Associate Literary Editor Q45 Dorothy Custenborder
P 4 School Life Editor QSD ........................ Ethel S. Watsoii
X Art Editor Q65 ..............................,................. Sarah Taylor
Associate Art Editor Q75 .................... Alice Lee Smith
W! Arts and Science Editor Q81 ............ Rudolph Hapke
5 I Boys' Athletic Editor -Q95 ........................ Robert Harris D
Girls' Athletic Editor Ql0j ................ Isabelle McCoy
Alumni Editor Qllj .,..................,......... Louise Peironnet 4
P 4 Local Editor QIZD ..............................,... james Pickering
Q Associate Local Editor Ql3j ............,,........ ,Tack Benson
Business Manager Ql4D ........................ Edgar Eichman X
Advertising Manager Ql5j ............ Raymond Marshall
Circulation Manager Ql6D ........,........... Maxine Daniels
4 Bookkeeper Q17j ,,,............,,,......,......,....... A rthur Griffith
Q Student Aides Q
5 Q Staff Stenographer .............................. Harriett Sherman P 4
Junior High Aides
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Frank Smith Winifred Hadley
Arnold Reifal Dorothy Wright
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Art -------'--,---,,.---, ,,,,,,.,..,.... M iss E. Miller
Junior -------., .,,,,.... M iss Celia Waring
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The girl who has done the most for Ngftl-,east ,-,..-----,---------.--- Ethel Watson
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Best g1rl student ........, ,,-------.--------- I een Abston
Society belle ............. -,------,Q-.-,,,---- Q live Bell
Seeial lion ------------------ ....... I ames Pickering
TONY g00d TCHOW ---------- .....,......... R obert Harris
Jolly g00d glfl -------------------- .................... S ylvia Rubins
FOFCTTIOST boy 2l'Cl'llCtC ........ ,,,,,---- K Qflneth Lancagtgl'
Foremost girl athlete ......,,.. ,.,,,.,,,,,-,-,- E dna Gardner
Best boy 'bl1J.l:l:CI' ................. -,,-,,,--, E dgal' Elchmalq
Worst girl flatterer ,..,...... ..,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,
Class of 1923
Now the history of the renowned and illustrious class of '23, of the
well known school of Northeast, of the City of Kansas City Qtho' verily 'tis
in that section of the country known as Missourij.
It did come to pass in this wise:
There were in the year '19 various and sundry
ing known to the populace as ward schools. From
maidens, nay children, to flock about the portals
schools' of lower learn-
these came youths and
and through the halls
of N. H. S. And it so happened that these children were known as Fresh-
men, and its various corruptions, for they were as t'he color of the Sham-
At this same hall of learning were scholars of a fiendish disposition
who did pounce upon these innocents and prey upon them. 'These were
called upper classmen, the worst of whom were the Sophomores, the erst-
Verily, after many moons these returned to their homes but did come
again to the portals of the high school, but not as Freshmen. Nay, as
Sophies, who remembering the insults of the previous year did make war
on the unfortunate class of '24,
And it came to pass that -these did change, did become taller in
stature and wiser of mind and lo! they were juniors!
Now did the class of '22 cause them much anguish for 'twas their
delight to give the Juniors the time-worn "razz" and to make sport of
them. Then did "Father Time" cause twelve more moons to pass, and
they did become Seniors.
There did come a time of flowers, new suits and dresses, and various
orations and speeches. Then were they given neatly tied scrolls which
did tell of their graduation and they did feel repaid for the many weary
hours they had spent in study. l
Now did they leave their Alma Mater and depart for various places.
Cthers did fill their place just as others will fill theirs for verily, 'fMen
may come and men may go, but Seniors go on forever."
-ETHEL S. WATSON.
Les Penseurs, 35 Clionians, 35 Treble Clef, 3.
llavrold B. Taylor
N. S. D.
Editor of Annualg President of Junior Classg
R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 45 H. S. V. U. 15 Major
45 Captain, 35 2nd Lieutenant, 25 Lead, Mid-year
Play, 35 Lead, Christmas Play, 45 Debater, 2, 3,
45 La, Sociedad Castellana, 2, 3, 45 Treasurer, La
Sociedad Castellana5 Student Council, 35 Execu-
tive Board, 35 Chairman, Senior Play Committeeg
Associate Member A. L. S., 47 Senior Ballot, "Man
who has done the most for Northeast,"
Uclpliian, 2, 3. 45 G, H. S. C., 1, 2. 3.
Alpha Literary Society, 45 Vesta Club, 3, 45
Charter Member G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 4.
-Yo ll n Hanvock Barnes
B. H. s. C., 1, 2, 3, 41 mee Club. 3, 4, Mid-
year Play, 35 Northeast Night Program, 35 Christ-
mas Play, 4.
Ed na, Jameson
Theta Charter Memlwer5 Art Club, 45 Student
Council, 4: XYil'0-l'l'QSlllL'IlI of Thetas. 4: Vice-
President of Art Club, 4.
N. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 45 N. M. C., 45 N. O. C..
1, 25 G. H'. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 41 Class Day Com-
mittee5 Senior Ballot. "Jolly Good Girl5" N. S.
C. Play, 25 N. O. A. Plays, 1, 25
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 4,
Robert VV. Crozier
N. S. D., 1, 2, 3, 43 N. M. C., 13 N. G. C.,
3, 43 Vice-President, 43 N. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 4
Cabinet, 43 Vice-President, 43 Alpha Debater
Play 43 President Student Council, 43 Chairman
Executive Board3 Junior Prom Committee, 33
Chairman Senior Pin Committee, 4.
Mary Frances Carr
Alpha Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 43 President
of Alpha, 4: Treble Clef Club, 2, 3, 43 Presi-
dent of Treble Clef, 43 Solo Contest, 43 G. H.
S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 G. H. S. C. Cabinet, 3, 43 Mem-
ber of Student Council, 43 Senior Announcement
Committee, 43 Junior Prom Committee, 3.
Ethel Pearl Schmahlfeldt
G, H. s. C., 1, 2, 3, 4.
Virgil Adolph Linderman
B. H, S. C.. 1, 43 N. S. C., 3, 43 Mathematics
Club, 43 Lieutenant R. O. T. C., 43 Alternate Cheer
Leader, 43 R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 4.
Nettie Henrietta VVo0d
Alpha, 1, 2, 3, 43 Northeast Mathematics Club,
Mixed Glee Club, 2.
Aubrey V. Griffin
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Band, 1, 2, 3, 41 TVGHZ'
urer Band, 23 Solo Contest, 3, 43 Glee Club, -1
3, 43 Treasurer, 43 Student Council, 43 Northeast fr
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Delphian, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, High
School Club, 2, 3, 43 Staff, 3, 45 Secretary Span-
ish Club, 4.
Baker 0. Shelton
Benton Literary Society, 45 Glee Club, 43 High
School Club, 43 Affirmative Debate Team, 4.
Northeast Shakespeare Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 North-
east Olympic Club Plays, 1, 23 Sociedad Castel-
lana, 2, 33 Christmas Plays, 3, 43 Shakespeare
President, 4: Senior Class Secretary, Student Coun-
eil, 3, 4, cs, HL S. C., 1, 2, 3, 4.
Lucille F. Hewitt
N. S. C.
Northeast Shakespeare Club, 2, 3, 43 G. H, S.
C., 1, 2, 3: La Sociedad Castellana, 45 Associate
Member, N. S. D., 3, 43 Treasurer, N. S. C., 4,
N. O. C. Plays, 1, 2.
N. O. A., 2, 3, 45 Treasurer N. O. A., 4, Mid-
Z3 year Play, 3.
Harold Philip ,Robinson
Second Lieutenant R. O. T. C., 33 First Lieu-
tenant R. O. T. C.. 45 Student Council, 3, 4,
Shakespeare Literary Society, 4, Boys' High
School Club, 3.
Gertrude Irene Brown
Band, 4: Olympic Club, 43 Soccer Team, 43
Basket Ball, 4.
David D. Bevans
Shakespeare, 43 French Club, 4.
Helen J. Bowman
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 N. O. A., 2, 3, 43 Mem-
ber of First Life Saving Crew of Northeast and
Edna L. Gardner
Tennis Team, 2, 33 Northeast Olympic Asscia-
tion, 3, 43 Senior Champion Football Team, 43
VVinner Small "N," 43 XVinner Large "N," 43
Olympic Club Soccer Football Team, 43 Captain
Olympic Club Basket Ball Team, 43 Senior Bal-
lot, "Foremost Girl Athlete."
James H. Pickering, Jr.
N. S. D.
Northeast Society of Debate, 2, 3, 43 La Socie-
dad Castellana, 33 President of N. S. D., 43 Stu
dent Council, 33 H. S. V. U. S., 13 R. O. T, C.,
2, 3, 43 Second Lieutenant, 23 First Lieutenant,
33 Captain, 43 Treasurer Senior Class3 Local Edi-
tor Nor'easter, 43 Head Cheer Leader, 3, 43 Asso-
ciate Member N. S. C, 3, 43 Charter Member Art
Club, 43 Vice-President Art Club, 43 Senior Bal-
lot, "Social Lion."
Clionian Literary Society, 2, 3, 43 C. L. S.
President, 43 La Sociedad Castellana, 3, 43 N. H.
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council, 43 Secretary
Student Council, 43 G. H. S. C., 33 N. O. C. Play,
23 Honor Roll, 33 Mixer Committee, 43 Girls' De- .
Olive G. Bell
Alpha, 1, 2, 3, 43 L. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 Presi-
dent, Alphas, 43 Vice-President, L. S. C., 4: Cadet
Sponsor Major, 43 Vice-President Junior Class, 33
Chairman Class Day Committee, 43 Student Coun-
cil, 33 Mid-year Play, 3.
Frank YV. Moran
R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 43 First Lieutenant, -I
Shakespeare, 2, 3.
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Alpha Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 45 G. H. S. C--
1, 2, 3, 45 President of G. 1-I. S. C., 49 Cabinet, 4?
Les Penseurs, 3, 45 Treasurer of .Iunior Class, 35
Christmas Play Cast. 45 Senior Pin Committee.
Charles S. Jones
N. S. D.
Nor'easter Staff, 3, 45 Editor-in-Chief, 45 Rep-
resentative Student Council, 3, 45 Member of Ex-
ecutive lioarcl, 3, 45 Northeast Society of Debilte.
1, 2, 3, 4g Northeast Mathematics Club, 2. 3, 45
Treasurer of the Mathematics Club, 2. 3, 45 Gen-
eral Honor Roll, 4.
Adele E. Setzler
Northeast Shakespeare Club, 2, 3, 45 Presi-
dent N. S. C.. 43 Northeast Mathematics Club,
3, 45 Vice-President N. M. C., 45 G. H. S. C..
1, 2, 3, 45 Secretary Senior Triangle, 45 Honor
Cenith Verenetta Hoots
G. H. S. C., 1, 25 Delta Literary Society, 3, 45
Commercial Club, 3, 4.
Haro C. Gregson
Benton Literary Society, 25 B, H. S, C, 3,
Delphiun Vice-President, 45 Girls' High Schogl
Club, 3, 45 Northeast Mathematics Club, 3, 45
Student Council, 45 General Honor Roll, 3, 4. I
Robert ll. Harris
N. S. C.
Shakespeare Literary Society, 3, 43 Yif-p-p1-est-
deng' S' Cu 43 Alllwllk' Ellltor. Nofezxster Stuff
4. Senior' Class Daly Committeeg Simi.-m Qmm,-il
3- 471 V100-Chziirmzln of lCX9t'llilYP Board, 4
H' C." 1' 3. 41 Vim'-l'l'esi1le1it Student Coun
cll, 45 Senior Ballot, 'ilolly Hootl 1:,.11,,,,-,-'
3, 4 ,
Alice Grace Fenner
General Honor Roll, 4.
Boys' High School Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Benton Lit-
erary Society, 43 President Benton Literary So-
cietyg Christmas Play, 43 Honor Rolls, 43 Master
Sergeant R. 0. T. C., 4.
Muriel Everly Ross
Commercial Club, 43 G .H. S. C., 1, 2.
Lawrence Bathurst Middleton
Fannie Carolyn Roll
Northeast Shakespeare Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 G. H.
S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Reporter, lg Junior
Life Saving Corp., 23 Alternate Negative Debate,
33 Solution published in School Science and Math.3
N. S. C. Secretary, 43 N. S. C. Play Cast, 4.
Maxine Daniels 4
A. L. S.
A. L. S., 1, 2, 3, 43 President A. L. S., 43
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 G. H. S. C. Cabinet, 3, 43
Honor Girl, 2, 33 Tennis Team, 43 Les Penseurs,
2, 3, 43 Inter Club Dance Committee, 33 Inter
Society Dance Committee, 33 Student Council, 33
Nor'easter Staff, Local Editor, 33 Circulation Man-
ager, 43 French Club Play, 2.
John K. Caldwell
Highest Honor Roll, 43 Delphian Literary So-
ciety, 43 Executive Board of Student Council, 4.
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H. S. C., 33 Student Council, 4.
Delphian Literary Society, 2, 3, 43 Treble Clef
Club, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President Delphians, 43 Presi-
dent Treble Clef, 43 Delphian Play Cast, 43
Girls' High School Club, 43 Solo Contest, 43 Vice-
President Senior CIHSSQ Chairman Announcement
Committee: Reporter .lunior Classg Spanish Club,
1, 2, 33 Senior Ballot, "Most Popular Gir13"
Nor'easter Staff, 43 General Honor Roll, 3, 4.
Karl Rudolph Hapki-
Helen M. Ganzer
Clioniun, 3, 43 Coinmervial Club President, 43
Negative Debate Te-um, 43 Student Council, 43
G. H. S. C., 2, 3.
Gurdon F. Guggenlle-im
Luther Ray Hobbs
Track Team, 13 Basket Bull Team, 12.
Joi Fae Harall
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retary, Alpha Literary Society, 43 President, Vesta
Club, 43 G. H. S. C. 1, 2, 3, 4.
G. H. S. C., 1, 2. 3, 43 Spanish Club, 2, 3, 43
Commercial Club, 33 G. H. S. C. Cabinet, 2.
Alpha Literary Society, 3, 43 Treble Clef, 2, 3,
43 Vice-President Treble Clef, 43 G. H. S. C., 3,
Spanish Club, 3.
Francis R. Applegate
Student Council, 4.
Alpha, 2, 3, 43 G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 33 Les Penseurs,
3, 43 Christmas Play, 33 French Club Play, 33
Alpha Debater Play, 3.
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 T, C. C., 3, 43 D. L.
S., 43 Student Council, 4.
Earl 1Villard Price
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1, 2. 3, 45 Northeast Olympic Club, l, 23 N-, 0-
C. Plays, 1, 2, Ngfeaster Staff, 3, 45 Associate
Art Editor, 35 Literary Editor, 45 Northeast
Mathematics Club, 4: President D- L- S-, 41 Stu-
dent Council, 45 Senior Pin Committee, 45 Del-
phian Play Cast, 45 Highest Honor Roll, 35 Gen-
eral Honor Roll, 4.
James A. Campbell
Shakespeare, 25 Spanish Club, 25 Secretary
Spanish Club, 35 President Spanish Club, 45 Stu
dent Council, 45 Second Team Football.
Delphian, 1, 2, 3, 45 G. H, S. C., 1, 2. 3, 45
G. H. S. C. Cabinet, 35 Math, Club, 45 Treasurer
Delphians, 45 Student Council, 4.
Ruth Marie Mulkey
Clionian Literary Society, 45 Treasurer of Clion-
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. .ociet5, Xesta Club, 45 G. H. S. C., 4.
Club, 3. 45 Inter Class Basket Ball, 1, 2.
3: Captain Freshman Bask B
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Football, 25 First Team, Basket Ball, 3, 45 Cham-
pionship Team, 35 Second Team, All-Stars, 45
Highest Honor Roll, 4' '
, Student Council, 4.
Dorothy E. Colvin
Helen Louise Mentzel
G. H. S. C., 2, 3, 45 Fashion Show.
WYilliam B. Marshall
Glee Club, 25 Orchestra, 1, 2, 3.
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D-, 1, 29 BOYS' High School Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club, 2, 33 First Football Team, 3, 43 Track Team,
43 Art Club, 43 N-Man Footballg N-Club, 3, 4,
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 33 Theta, 23 French Club, 3, 4.
Carolyn Graye Borders
Alpha Literary Society, 1, 23 Treble Cleff Club.
2, 33 G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 33 Gold Medal Poem, 4.
Les Penseurs 43 French Club Play, 43 G. H, S. C,
Gertrude Elizabeth Moore
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 Olympic Club, 23
3, 43 Spanish Club, 43
Theta Literary Society,
Treasurer of Thetns, 43 Theta Play, 4.
Clarence Edwin Bar-nickel
Spanish Club, 2, 3, 43 Secretary, Spanish Club,
43 Debater, 43 Giftorian Senior Class3 Christmas
Play Cast, 43 Announcement Committee, 43 Boys'
Day Speeches, 33 Negative Debate Team, 4.
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u, H. s. C., 3, 4.
Elizabeth Jewel Adams
Club, 3, 45 Northeast Olympic Play, 2.
Marion J. YVilliams
Student Council, 3
i Bertha Marie Myer
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 Theta, 2 3 4.
John Donald M1-Donald
Track Team, 1, 25 Freshman Basket Ball, 1
Second Team Basket Ball, 2: Basket Ball Team
Team. 2: B. H. S. C., 3.
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: G. H. S. C., 1, 23 33 French
3, 4: UN" Club, 3, 4: Tennis Team, 3, 4, Baseball
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Lois Gray Swingle
Spanish Club, 4.
John S. Mclienney
Class Track Team, 1, 2, High School Club, 1,
2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 2.
Edna. F. Larson
Frank S. Miller
Track Team, 3, 4, N, Club, 3, 45 Boys' High
School Club, 3, 43 Student Council, 3, 43 Treas-
urer, B. H. S. C., 4: Secretary Student Council, 4,
Cheer Leader, 43 Debater, 4.
Alpha, 2, 3, 45 French Club, 2, 3, 4, High
School Club, 2, 3, 43 Secretary Alpha, Secretary
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 Delta Literary Society,
2, 3, Junior Prom Committee, 35 Spanish Club, 4.
Charles I-I. Hogan
B. H. S. C., 33 Delphian, 43 Commercial Club,
43 Treasurer C. Club, 4, Inter-Club Dance Com-
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Treble Clef, 1, 2, 35 Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice-
President Orchestra, 3.
Lyle H. Hurd
Les Penseurs, 1, 2, 33 Girls' High School Club
1, 2, 33 Northeast Shakespeare Club, 2, 33 Shakes
peare Play Cast, 33 Affirmative Debate Team, 3
Edgar Browne Eichman
N. S. C.
Business Manager Nor'easter Staff, 43 Shakes-
peares, 2, 3. 43 President Shakespeares, 43 Nega-
tive Debate Team, 33 Student Council, 3, 4: Presi-
dent Student Council, 43 Chairman Executive
Board Student Council, 43 Shake Play, 2, 45 Junior
Gift Receiver, 3: Senior Class Day Com-
mittee, 4g Band, 1, 2, Mathematics Club, 4,
Glee Club, 2, 33 High School Club, 1, 2, 3, 43
Captain R. O. T. C., 3: Senior Captain R. O.
T. C., 43 Senior Ballot, 'The Best Boy Blufferf'
Mae E. Shannon
Adah Olive Jackley
G. H.. S. C., 15 Northeast Night Program.
Commercial Club, 4, High School Club, 2, 3, 4
Class Basket Ball, 2, 43 Class Track Team, 4
Second Football Team, 45 Studi-nt Qounvily 3,
Frieda Louise Halnssen
Alpha, 2, 3, 4g Les Penseurs, 3, 45 G. H. S. C.,
Frederick WV. Hink
Shakespeare Club, 2, 3, 4.
Lucile Francis Stevenson
Treble Clef Club, 1, 2, 33 Clionian Literary So-
ciety, 1, 2, 3.
Les Penseurs, 45 Vice-President Les Penseurs, 4. I
Kenneth B. Lancaster
Captain of Track Team, 3, 43 Cabinet Member,
3g President of Boys High School Club, 49 Vice-
President "N" Club, 35 "N" Man, 2, 3, 4: Presi
dent of Missouri State Older Boys' Conference
Debater, 49 Commercial Club, 43 Member of All
American Interscholastic Track Teamg Senior
Ballot, "Foremost Boy Athlete."
Ida Elizabeth Coombes
Byron F. Cook
French Club, 1, 2, 33 Football fSecond Teamb.
2, 35 Track, 3, 43 Student Council, 85 "N" Club,
45 Tennis, 3.
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Robert H. Arno-ld
H. S. V. U. S., 13 R. O. T. C., 2, 33 BOYS' High
School Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary, 45 Cabinet, 4.
Member of High School Club, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Mabel 0. McSpadden
Delphians, 1, 2, 3, 43 Northeast Mathematics
Club, 2, 3, 43 G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 Delphian
Play Cast, 25 President of Delphians, 4: Presi-
dent of Mathematics Club, 43 Student Council, 35
Senior Play Committee.
James A. Southern
N. S. D.
On Second Team in Basket Ball, two years,
Debaters, 4. Y
Alice Loraine Hoefer
Theta Literary Society, 3, 4, G, H S C 1 2
3, 4: Secretary, T. L. S. 3' M' 1- 5, .' Pi' ' I
Theta Play Cast. , V M sem ay' 3'
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T. Literary Society, 2, 3, 45 G. H. S. C., 1,
2, 3, 4.
Northeast Society of Debate, 1, 2, 3, 43 Track
Team, 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Nega-
tivey Debate Team, 3g Student Council, 4, Per-
sonal Property Committee, Student Council, 4,
High School Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice-President De-
baters, 45 Mathematics Club, 4.
WVU anita Nall
Frances Gale Dinneen
G. H. S. C., 13 Gymn. Program, 23 Junior Red
Cross Life Saving, 35 Northeast Night Program, 3.
Olive Eva Russell
W. C. T. U. Contest, City and States First Place,
Fidelity Trust Co. Poster, 23 Sons of Revolution,
Bronze Medalg Northeast Olympic Club, 4g First
Junior Life Saving Crew, Northeast, Tennis Team,
4, Student Council, 4, VVinner of Small "N," 45
Winner of Large "N," 4.
G, H. S. C., 1, 2g N. Commercial, 4.
Howard F. Shout
Benton Literary Society, 2.
Juanita Perry -
Spanish Club, 1, 2, 3g Vesta Club, 41 G H
S. C., 3.
Raymond Edwin Cook
Track Team, 1, 2, 3. 43 B. H. S. C.: "N" Club
3, 43 Secretary and Treasurer of "N" Club, 4
Student Council, 43 Shakespeare Society, 4
Shakespeare Play, 4.
Mary Elisabeth Epley
High School Club, 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll, 4.
Eva Mae Merchant
XVinner of S50 Essay Contest on "Good Roads,'
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Second Team Football, 3.
G H S C 1 2, 3, 4g Delta Literary Society,
45 .Secretary.,Delta Literary Society, 43 VQSW
Pauline F. Bockting
G. H. S. C.g Treble Clef Club, 4.
John P. Eager
Les Penseurs, 3.
Delta. Literary Society, , , , A Q
ber Delta Literary Societyg President Delta Lit
2 3 4' Charter Mem
43 G, H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 4.
Theta Literary Society, 3, 45 Theta President,
45 Les Penseurs, 3, 43 G. H. S. C.. 1, 2, 3, 4:
G. H. S. C. Cabinet, 43 G. H. S. C. Honor Girl, 3:
Inter Society Dance Comrnittee,,3g General Honor
Rollg Negative Debate Team, 35 School Life Edi-
tor, Nor'easter Staff, 45 Senior Reporter, 45 Senior
Ballot, "The Girl who has done the most for
Leland L. Davis
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N. C.. 1, 25 N. H. O., 1, 2, 3, 45 N. G. C.,
1, 2, 35 First Lieutenant R. O. T. C.5 First Team
Football, 45 N. Club, 45 Track Team, 45 Class
Basket Ball, 45 N, H. B., 2, 3. '
G. H. S. C., 4.
Frances M. Ccderberg
Eugene Frederick Nic-holson
Orchestra, 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Commercial
Club, 3, 4: Treasurer C. C., 45 Track, 25 Boys'
High School Club, 1, 2. 3. 45 General Honor
G. H. S. C., 4.
Raymond H. Crawford
Northeast Commercial Club, 4.
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Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 45 B. H. S. C.. 1.
G. H. S. C., 43 Les Penseurs, 4.
G. H. S. C., 4.
Le Roy Smith
N. S. D.: N. M. C.: N. G. C.g N. B. H. S. C.g
Affirmative Debate Team, 3, 45 Gold Medal Short
Story, 35 Christmas Play, 4,
Clionians, 33 Northeast Commercial Club, 4
G. H. s. C., 4.
Les Penseursg Clionian Literary Society: Presi-
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Anna. Lee Pratt
C. L. S., 1, 2, 3, 43 G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3. 4, N.
S. C., 2, 3, 4g L. S. C., 33 Junior Prom Com., 35
President Clionians, 4.
Lloyd Owen WVilson
R. O. T. C.g R. O. T. C. Sergeant Bugler, 4.
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 45 Northeast Commercial
Club, 3, 4.
Alpha Literary Society, 2. 3, 43 G. H. S. C-
1, 2, 3, 43 G. H. S. C. Cabinet, 3, 49 Les Penseurs
33 Vesta Club, 3, 49 Student Council, 4.
Jack K. Mt-Fall
Student Council, 4: Orchestra, 43 Band, 43
Ruth E. Mc-Clure
Spanish Club, 2, 3, 45 Clionian Literary So-
Theta Literary Society, 4: President of Theta
literary Society. 43 Affirmative Debate, Team, 45
i Vesta Club, 4. G. H. s. C., 1, 2, 3. 4.
La Sociedad Castellana. 3, 4: President L, S.
CJ, 43 Northeast Society of Debate, 43 Secretary
iN. S. D.. 4: Senior Gift Committeep Corporal
R- 0- T- C-, 3, 43 B. H. S. C., 4.
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Delphiall, 1. 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club, 3, 4, G.
H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra, 4.
Clionians, 2, 3, 43 Treble Clef, 2, 3, 45 Pianist
Treble Clef, 3, 43 French Club, 2, 3, Student
Council, 45 Vice-President Clionians, 4g President
H. S. V. U. S., 1, R. O. T. C., 2, 4, Senior
First Sergeant, 2, Second Lieutenant, 43 Highest
Semester Honor Roll, 3, 45 Senior Ballot, 'tMost
Genuine Boy Student."
Mary Elizabeth Richards
G, H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 Shakespeare, 1, 2, 3, 41
Mathematics Club, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, 41
Vice-President Shakespeare-sg Treasurer of Mathe-
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Presidenty Delphians, 45 Gcneral Honor Roll 3, 1
Shakespeare, 2, 3, 45 G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 45
Les! Penseurs, 2, 3, 45 Treble Clef, 2, 35 Shakes-
peare Play, 4.
Glee Club, 2, 3, 45 Solo, 2, 45 President Glee
Club, 45 N. S. D., 45 B. H. S. C.. 1. 2, 3, 45
R. O. T. C., 2.
Ruth E. Palmer
G. H. S. C., 1, 25 Spanish Club, 3, 4.
Iris M. Havard
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 4.
N. S. D., 3, 45 N. M. C., 3, 45 Secretary Junior
Class: Mid-year Play, 35 Student Council, 35 Ex-
ecutive Board, 35 Silver Medal, Literary Contest,
35 Secretary Debaters, 45 Vice-President Boys'
High School Club, 45 President Senior Classg
Ch. Inter Society Dance Com., 35 Honor Roll, 45
Senior Play Com.. 45 Senior Ballot, "Most Pop-
ular Boy5" Member of Staff, 45 Senior Playg
Boys' High School Club, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Delphian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 45 G, H,
s. c., 1, 2, 3, 4.
BOYS' High School Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Olympic Club, 1, 2.
Theta, 3, 43 Art Club, 43 High School Club, 43
President of Thetas, 4.
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'Vesta Club. 45 Theikl, 2. 43 High School Club,
Debater. 2, 3, 43 Debatei' Trezisurer, 43 Stu
dent Council, 43 Debate Team, 4.
Delta, 3, 43 N. A. C., 45 G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 45
Delta Play, 43 Delta Yice-President, 4.
Antenetta M. Giaealone
First Prize Bookkeeping, State Fair, 23 G. H
C., 1, 2, 33 Delta. Society. 35 Commercial Clulx
The-w A. Hahn
Mary Elsie Izzard
N. S. C.. 1. 2, 3, 43 N. Y. C., 3, 43 President
Sliukespl,-n1'e, 2, 3, 43 TI'92lSlll'C'l', 33 Vesta Club,
2, 3, 4: Sec'1'etz11'y Club. 41 G. H, S. C., 2, 3, 43
G. H. S. C. Cabinet, 3, 43 Treble Clef, 33 Vive-
I'resimle-nt of Ll. H. C., 45 Student Council, 43
Merton Henry Diels
amish Clulr, 43 Affirmsltive
Delmte, 4: Christmas Play Cust, 4,
N X C, 45 Second State Prize Near East Relief
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Thelma Patricia Heddcrman
G- H- S- C-. 1, 2, 33 Commercial Club, 2, 33
Reporter Commercial Club, 33 Member Student
B. H. s. C., 3.
Clionian Literary Society. 43 Spanish Club, 43
Reporter Spanish Club, 43 Olympic Club, 2, 33
Olympic Club' Play, 23 G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3,
Maxine BI. Mizener
Reporter of Delta Literary Society.
Inter Class Track Meet, 43 A. B. Relay Gold
Medalg Northeast "N" Club, 43 Northeast Letter
Girl Reserve, 1, 2, 3, 43 Delta, 2, 3, 43 Presi-
dent Delta, 23 French Club, 43 G. H. S. C. Cabi-
net, 43 Inter Society Dance Committee, 4.
VVilbur E. Fisher
Shakespeare, 1, 2, 3, 4? 3' P1 , J ' '
4, Shakespeare Plays, 1, 23 GIFIS High Scholgl
Club, 1, 2: olympic Pageants, 2, 41 Pfesldemf .i
O. C., 4: Senior Play! Semin' Ballet, Worst Gu
Olm'C Club 1 2 3,
Henry Carman 7
T. N. T., 1, 2, 33 Inter Class Track, 2, 39 BOYS
High School Club, 2-
Katherine V. Carr
Treble Clef. 2, 3, 43 Trio in Music Contest, 33
Olympic Club, 2, 3, "N" in Olympic Club, 2:
Student Council, 43 Clionian Literary Society, 4.
John A. Baldwin
Debater iN. S. D.J, 2, 3, 4, French Club, 3, B.
H. S. C., 3, 4.
Edith Katherine Hibbs
Clionian, 1, 2. 3, 43 G. H. S. C., 1, 23 Clionian
Vice-President, 43 Second Honor Roll, 33 High-
est Honor Roll, 43 Senior Play, 4.
Delta Literary Society. 43 Art Club, 43 G, H.
S. C., 2, 3, 4, N. E. Night Program, 2.
Paul R. Porter
N. S. D.
Freshman Track, Northeast Society of Debate.
3, 43 Student Advertising Committee 2, 33 La
Sociedad Castellana, 3. 45 Chairman Student Ad-
vertising Committee, 33 Treasurer Debaters, 45
Vice-President, Spanish Club, 43 Student Council,
43 B. H. S. C.. 43 Band, 43 Orchestra, 4.
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Arthur A. Iuchs
Bertha F. Cameron
Verda. Strickler .
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 Theta, Literary Society,
3, 45 Theta, Playg Mid-year Play, 4.
Frank E. Allee
'G H. S. C. 1, 2, 3, 43 Delta Literary Society.
2, 3., 43 Treaeurer of Deltasg Northeast Commei
cial Club, 4.
Delphian, 45 Bronze Medal, Oration, 3.
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Dorothy Lllsaheth I lanck
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Edna Mae Un-af.t00d
Orchestra. 1, 2, 3: Band, 1, 23 Treble Clef, 3.
Clionian Literary Society, 3, 43 G. H. S. C.,
2, 3, 43 N. Treble Clef Club, 43 Junior Life Sav-
ing Corp., 23 Christmas Play Cast, 33 Second
Semester Honor Roll, 33 President Clionians.
Levi E. Cisel
Track Team. 2, 33 Debaters, 3, 41 President of
Debaters, 43 High Honor Roll, 3, 43 Student Coun-
til 3 4
Mary Virginia Bag-:by
Ethel BI. Hinds
Theta Literary Soc-iety, 2, 3, 4: President
Theta, 33 La Sociedad Castellana, 33 G. H, S, C..
1, Z, 3, 43 Honor Girl Ring, 23 Affirmative De-
bate Team, 33 Theta Play Cast, 43 Inter Society
Dance Committee, 43 Affirmative Debate, 4.
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Northeast Shakespeare Club, 1, ' 33 SQCFQ'
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B. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 Cabinet, 2, 3, 42 Presl-
dent, 43 N. Club, 43 Football Squad, 3, 43 N.
Man Football, 43 Track Squad, 2, 3, 43 Class
Basket Ball, 3, 43 Student Council, 43 Executive
Board, 43 General Semester Honor Roll, 3, 43
First Prize WV. C. T. U, Essay Contest, 23 Hon-
orable Mention VV. C. T. U. Contest, 3.
C. Raymond Marshall
N. S. D.
Debater, 1, 2, 3, 43 H. S. V. U. S., 13 Orches-
tra. 2, 3, 43 Band, 2, 3, 43 Sergeant-at-Arms,
Junior C1aSS3 Student Council, 43 Second Lieuten-
ant R. O. T. C., 43 Math. Club, 43 High School
Club, 43 Executive Board, 43 Vice-President Stu-
dent Council, 43 Vice-Chairman, Executive Board,
43 Senior Class Day Committeeg Advertising Man-
ager Nor'easter Staff, 4.
M. Thelma Rowe
Delphian Literarv Society, 2, 3, 4, Piesue
L. S., 43 Mathematics Club, 43 Student Council,
3, 43 Executive Board, 43 Boys' High School Club.
3, 43 Chairman of Junior Prom Committeeg Inter
Society Dance Committee, 43 Delphian Play CHS? 4-
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G. H. S. C. 1, 23 Art Club, 43 Northeast Shakes-
peare Society, 4.
Louise Jane Peironnet
N. S. C.
Shakespeare, 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President, 33
Northeast Treble Clef, 2, 3, 43 Secretary, 43 Or-
chestra, 1, 2, 33 Duet-Solo Music Contest, 43
Vesta Club, 33 Girls' High School Club, 1, 2, 3,
43 G. H. S. C. Cabinet Member, 43 Junior Prom
Committee, 33 General Honor Roll, 33 Nor'easter
Staff Alumni Editor, 4.
Beulah Frances Goetsche
G. H. S. C. Olympic Club, 1, 2, 3. 43 Inter-Club
Dance Committee, 33 Olympic Club Play, 33 Stu
cient Council, 43 Girls' Junior Soccer Team, 3.
Sophia Ann Riley
Thelma May Smith
Edwin Jay Boyd
Glee Club. 1, 2, 3, 4: H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 YVin-
ner in Solo Contest, 1. 2, 3, 4, Northeast Day
PYOSFHYU, 2, 33 Chairman Senior Gift Committee,
43 Freshman Reception Program, 13 Secretary
Glee Club, 23 President Glee Club, 33 Secretary
and Treasurer Glee Club, 43 Secretary High School
Club, 4: R. O. T. C., 3, 4.
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James Edmund McDowell
Benton, 2. 35 Corporal R. O. T. C., 2.
G. H. S.- C., 35 Clionian Literary Society, 3, 45
Treasurer C. L. S., 45 Les Penseurs, 45 Honor
Roll, 45 Secretary C. L. S., 4.
Anna. Ray Brugh
Shakespeare Club, 45 G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 4,
Student Council, 4,
Class Track, 1, 25 Basket Ball Class, 1, 2, 3, 45
"N" Football Man, 3, 43 "N" Club, 3, 45 Treas-
urer "N" Club, 45 First Semesterg Second Team
Basket Ball, 45 High School Club, 2, 35 Second
Team Football, 25 All-Star Guard, 4.
Emogene Mae Dawe
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 45 Fashion Show.
.Mabel L. VVhiting
Les Penseurs, 25 Theta.
Carrol Kramer WVard
N. S. D., 1, 2, 3, 45 Negative Debate Team, , uf, I
Mathematics Club, 3, 45 Honor Roll, 35 UN" Club, ,,,'
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Stella Rebevva 1Vils0n
G. H. S, C., 1, 2, 3, 45 G. H. S. C. Honor Girl, 23
Delta Charter Member, 23 Senior Soccer Team, 45
Senior Basket Ball, 45 Olympic Club, 4,
B. H. S. C., 13 Art Club, 3, 4: President
Art Club, 43 Delphian Literary Society, 4,
G, H. S. C.. lg Northeast Day Program, 2, 3
Art Club, 4.
James C. Wilkinson
N. C. C., 43 Delphizln, 4.
Sarah Dorcas S001 t
Belle ELI izaheth Affeld
1 Cliollian. 2- 3, -4I.SU.1tl6llf Council, 43 Olympic
Plubf -3- 3, 43 Cl10D121n Play, 25 Treasurer Clion-
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Betty Louise Peterman
Delta, 3, Vesta Club, 4.
Russell 0-. Settle
Orchestra. 1. 2. 33 Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Benton Lit-
erary Society, 3, Commercial Club, 4, R. O, T.
C., 2, 3, 4.
June C. Norton
Northeast Art Club, 45 G. H. S. C., 4.
Shakespeare Club QN. S. CJ, 3. 43 French Club,
2, 3, 45 G. H. S. C., 1, 29 Affirmative Debate, 4.
VV. Arthur Allen
French Club, 33 Vesta Club, 4.
Emma Louise Fuller
Northeast Shakespeare Club. 2, 3, 43 N01'th621St
Orchestra, 2, 3, 43 G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3.
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Anna Eliza beth Hanley
G. H. S. C.. 2: Member of First Junior Life
Saving Crew of Northeast, 2, 3. 4: Mate Of First
J. L. S. Crew, Member of Olympic Club, 2, 33
Northeast Night, 3.
Harold C. Mc-Glathery
H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 4, R. 0. T. C., 2, 3, 4, R. 0,
T. C. Corporal, 33 R. O. T. C. Sergeant. 4.
Mary Kathryn Bradley
Orchestra, 3, 43 Treble Clef, 4.
H. S. Y. U. S., 13 Second Lieutenant R. O, T. C.,
25 First Lieutenant, R. W. . .
O T. C., 43 Band, 3, 4.
L T C, 35 Captain R.
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President Les Penseurs, 49 Alpha, 45 First Honor
N. S. C.
G. H. S, C. Cabinet, 45 Vesta Club, 33 Student
Council, 3, 4.
H. S. V. U. S., lg R. O. T. C., 2, 3, 45 Ser-
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Track Squad, 3, 4.
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G. H. S. C., 1, 23 Vesta Clul,v,, 3, 43 Churtex
X Nlemlnei' N. C., 4.
Delphian, 43 G, H. S. C., 4.
John D. Mc-Grew
Delmter Society, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 23 Christ-
mas Play. 35 Member Student Council, 3, 45 Glee
Girls' High Svlwol Club, 13 Northeast l'mnms'-r-
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Alpha, 1, 2, 3, 4: G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3, 45 French
Club, 2, 3, 45 Secretary French Club, 3, 4.
Glee Club, 2, 3, 45 Debaters, 2, 3, 45 Vice-Presi
dent Debaters, 45 Student Council, 45 Solo Con
test, 3, 45 Christmas Play, 45 Debatger Play, 4
French Club Play, 4.
Margaret E. Miller
Alpha Literary Society, 2, 3, 45 G. HQ S, C.,
1, 2, 35 G. H. S. C. Honor Girl, 3.
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Allen C. Raup
Track Team, 3, 45 Northeast Society of De-
bate, 45 B. H. S. C., Cabinet Member, 3, 45
"N" Club, 45 Vice-President, 45 Mathematics Club,
45 Football, 45 Second All-Star Full-Back, 45
Alpha Debater Play, 45 Gift Committee Senior
Lillian D. Evans
G. H. S. C., 3, 45 Spanish Club, 4.
George P. Hibler
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Dale E. Henry
Basket Ball, 2, 3. 43 Second Team Football, 41
B. H. S. C., 2
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Eva M. Cain
High School Club, 1. 2, 3, 43 Theta, 2, 3, 4,
Art Club, 4, Vice-President of Thetas, 4.
Glee R. Stocker
Gold Medal, Relay at K. C. A. C. Meet, "N"
Man in Track: Reporter for Club, Cheer
Joan Frances Allston
Delphian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 43 G. H.
S. C., 1, 2, 3, 43 XV. C. T. U. Junior-Senior Essay:
Prize for City and State G. H. S. Honor Girl, 33
Vice-Chairman of Senior Triangle. 3, 43 Highest
Honor Roll, First and Second Semester. 43 Gen-
eral Honor Roll, 43 Negative Debate Team, 45
Senior Ballot, "Most Genuine Girl Student."
B. H. S. C., 3, 43 Bentoi
President Bentons, 4.
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Charles Trneman Jones
Shakespeare, 1. '2, 3, Captain R. O. T, C., 4,
Student Council, 43 Executive Board of Student
Council, 43 Shakespeare Play, 2,
French Club, 2, 3, 4.
Edyth Marie Metcalfe
G. H. S. C., 1, 25 Fashion Show.
Charles B. Pa-lmer
Northeast Night Play, 35 Christmas Play, 4.
Anna Lillian Miller
Delta Literary Society, 1, 2, 33 Olympic Club.
2, 3g G. H. S. C., 1, 33 Secretary of Deltas, 35
Vice-President Olympians, 35 Delta Play, 3:
Olympic Program, 1, 2, 33 Small N fOlympicJ, 3.
Ernest R. Acher
Inter Class Trac' , 4 , -, ..
Team, 33 Travk Team, 33 H. S, C., 33 Glee J.
3, 45 Band, 4.
k Team "' Inter Stars Track
Elwood L. Cramer
Boys' High School Club, 1.
Chas. J. Ramsey
B. H. S. Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Second Team, Foot-
ball, 3, 4.
High School Club, 1, 2, 3. R. o. T. C., 2, sg
Band, 3, 4.
George VVilliam Deniston
Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 45 State Championship
Team, 1, 2, 35 Made All-Star Team, 2, 3, 43
Captain of All-Star Team, 3, 4: Awarded School
Blanket, 45 Winner of Journal-Post Cup, 4, Presi-
dent of "N" Club, 4g Baseball Team, 35 Secre-
tary of "N" Club, 3, Member of Boys' High
William Eugene Leeds
Track Team, 1 Quad.
Melvin Roy Cannon
Commercial Club, 3, 4.
Lucile E. Roberts
Commercial Club, 3: Vesta Club, 4, Student
Delphiang Spanish Club,
Helen Linnea. Broman
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, 3. 43 T. C. C., 3. 45 Delta.
Literary Society, 43 Student Council, 4.
Virginia C. Scovern
Alphas, 1, 2, 3, 4g G. H. s. C., 1, 2, 3.
Esther L. Brandt
4, Champion Soccer Football.
Norris VV. Keady
Winifred Ellen Carey
G. H. S. C., 1, 2, Girls' Double Tennis Team, 23
Mixed Double Tennis Team, 33 Delta, 33 Vesta.
3, 45 Senior Girls' B. B. Team, 4.
Edith Mayie Taber
Carl E. Deutsch
Les Penseurs, 3, 43 Benton Literary Society, 4.
TH E N OR'EASTER
Vice-President. Dorothy Jackson
Treasurer, Helen Stocke
President, Maurice Koonse
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Sergeant-at-Arms, Iva Murphy
Reporter, Mary Gordon C
Gift Receiver, VVi11iam Horwitz
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THE N OR'EASTER
Class of 1924
Ah! Ye Juniors! Well may you hold your heads high., for you have
come through on top, as usual. It just took t11ne. .Time can work
wonders, and so it has with this class. What a great improvement 11215
taken place over the green and presumptuous Freshmen who boldly set
foot in Northeast High three years ago. a
We have shared a great part of the responsibility of the school, won
many honors, and made the Junior class mean more than before. As we
shall stand out as an example to the lower classmen-ahem!-we have
high hopes of glorifying ourselves still more, so .that we may appear
more magnificent in the eyes of these severe critics. .
Of course the Senior class of this year is "The" Senior class, as all
Senior classes are. But to fbe "The" Junior class stands for a little more,
and this is the title that we hope is ours. Although we are allowed one
more year at Northeast, fthe school is indeed fortunatej, may this year
stand out to show what loyal and true Juniors can accomplish for their
Jennie E. Allee
Ellen Jane Broadway
Helen De Long
Evelyn Jane Epley
Joy Fay Harrall
Mary F. Hawthorne
Edna May Osgood
Rose Ellen Parrott
Lettie Lee Jackson
Grace Margaret Jones
Virginia R. McCary
Mary E. Manning
Olive May Nicholas
Jennie V. Nuss
Anna Frances Pratt
Brenda Ritter V
F101-3 Lonise Sherman
Mildred E. Simpson
Mary E, Taylor
Alice Mae Trent
Claudia White 1
Francis M. Butler
Fred De Feo
Baron De I-Quis
Pete De Maria
Howard De Moss
Frank C. Edwards
William Gillmor .
Harold W. Gray
THE N 0R'EASTER
William E, Leads
Floyd Le Porin
G. A. Long
Robert M. Smith
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Francis Van Camp
Eli Penn Wheat
Class of 1925
Place: The Modern Muses in Grand Council.
Chief Muse: The Council will come to order. Today the Couneil
has a very important task to perform, namely, that of awarding honors
to the scholars of Northeast High School. I shall call on each Muse
to give his report in turn. First we shall have the report of the Muse of
Muse of Military Tra.ining: Methinks, Chief Muse. that I can report
something very favorable for all the R. O. T. C., but First Lieutenant Wil-
liam Schaerrer is especially deserving.
Chief Muse: Very favorable indeed. We shall now hear from the
Muse of Athletics.
Muse of Athletics: Chief Muse, -this year great things were ac-
complished in the field of athletics, and John Lewondoski has done many
things for Northeast. '
Chief Muse: Yea, all of us have heard of the deeds of John Lewon-
doski, which were greatly to his credit and to Northeast's credit. Next,
let the report of the Muse of Music be heard.
Muse of Music: O Chief Muse, after a careful decision, it has been
decided that Lois Swaney is very deserving of honors in Music. She is
a good singer, working especially hard to keep the Music cups at North-
east. We should be appreciative of her efforts.
Chief Muse: Right glad are all to hear it. The report of the Muse
of Debate will be given.
Muse of Debate: Muses, dost realize that Forrest Judd as a member
of the negative debate team this year helped much in the winning of the
debate for that team, which helped to put N-ortheast on the map. He has
done something we all can be proud of.
Chief Muse: Good joy! All honors are to the Sophomoresl There-
fore, heralds, let it be proclaimed in the halls of Northeast High School
that the Sophomore class is the honor class in 1923!
Girls Dorothy Biggs Cleo Carder Mary Coppaken
Mary Aiello ' Verna Blair Mildred Carter Mffldge COUMQI'
Ethel Allen A Helen Blakesley Flossie Casey Ellzalbefh Cfalg
Margaret Allen Rulby Blankenship Alice Cauley Evelyn Craig
Garnet Altergott Savena Blasco Alma Cavender Doveta Crowley
Elizabeth Arnold Berenice Boston Mary M. Clements Nola Cunningham
Beulah Atkinson Bertha Boucher Thelma Cluttenback Grace Davis
Edith Atkinson Dorothy Bowen Moorine Coats Irene DAVIS
Eloise Bagiby Lucille Bowman Kenneth Coe Mlldred Day
Alice F. Bailey Lola Braden Frances Cochran Corrine Dixon
Venita Ball Leonara Bromhall Charmian Coffield Vera Dorsey
H-elen Bama Emma Broaddus Elizabeth Colton Elizabeth Dpliy
Helen Barnes Margarite Brotherton Margaret Colville Pearl DOWHIUQ
Frances Barrow Ruth Browning Harriet Combs Catherine D. Drake
Lucille Bash Bflulah Bryant Miary-'Combs Gladys Drape?
Roberta Baunigarten Frieda Bugg Vlfgmla Cmmelly Cora Lee Dfmkafd
Lucille Beemgii Waiineta Burch Frances Conover Ggfffllfle Duckles
Martha Benson Bessie Burgin Gladys Cook Vlfglnla Dudfleld
Opal Bernard Dorothy Burton Nellie Cook Blanche DugS1US
Elizabeth Beversdorf Frances Byrd Hazel COOPCY Helen Du S'a,1f
Esther Bickford Gladys Campbell Juanita Cooper Ruth M. Dwight
Joe Gale Forester
Lena Lee Jackson
Ethel Rose James
Frances Jane Jones
Jessie Mae Kirk
Estella Mae Martin
Mary Lee Mayes
Mary H. Niebrugge
Hester Mae Rose
Mary Ellen Shawhan
Mary Belle Start
Mary Virginia Norton Jewell Stephenson
Mary Louise Stone
Bertha Mae Teeter
Hugela Van Booben
Emma Gene Waldon
Lena Lea Wilson
John H. Altergott
David O. Courtney
Carl De Belle
Thomas L. Eads
H. George Eichen-
Eugene B. Frank
Norton Dale Gower
Reuben A. Johnson
Charles L, Jones
George Montgom ery
Chas. Wm. Nolan
Robert J. O'Dell
Robert N. O'Del1
Eugene Parker V
Le Roy Plumgner
La Vaughn Powell
Henry Thomas Leach Deane Robert
La Von Lewis
THE N OR'EAST ER
Walter Scott, Jr.
John Basil Simpson
Ernest L. Smith
Joe St, Claire
Harry Stephens '
Richard Van Winkle
G. E. Vaughn
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First Row-Top-Bell, Smith, Jackson, Mclntyre. Miller. Abbott Thomason, XVood, Stephens.
Second Row-Ruhlmant Johnson, Scovern. Frisbie, Carter, Gornall.. Greenlee, Culbertson, Crowley.
Third Row-F. Kerr, Turpin, Daniels, Carr, Miss Taylor, Jackson, H. Snyder. Jones, Patterson.
Fourth Row-Robinson, Lynn, Chrismann, Hanssen, Snyder, Button. Ryan, Stocker.
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Alpha Literary Society
Organized October 1
Motto: "Esse quam videri.'7
Colors: Gold and White.
Advisers, Mr. Cunningham,
First Term SecondTerm
Maxine Daniels Olive Bell
Mary Frances Carr Kathryn Stephen
Sergeant-at-Arms M argaret Johns-on
CYIUC -.-.----..... ............ F rleda Hanssen
Third Term Fourth Term
Mary Frances Carrlseontine Frisbie
iLeotine Frisbie Josephine Abbott
Alfah Chrisman Frances Kerr
Henrietta Wood Frieda Hanssen
Elizabeth Ruhlman Mary Bufton
Olive Bell Mary Frances Carr
Ruth Greenlee Henrietta Wood
RCDOFTCI' ................... Frances Kerr
l11itia'fO1' .................... Josephine Abbott Virginia B. ThomasonVirginia Scovern Flora Munger
Mary Frances Carr
Mary Agnes Patterson
Frances Turpin S
Virginia Belle Thomason
The Alpha Literary Society gave a dance at the school on Saturday, October 28.
Tutt's orchestra was engaged for the evening.
The Alphas attended a line party at the Orpheum Theater, Thursday, February
22. After the performance, the society Went to the Kansas City Club for tea.
An early morning hike was given Saturday, March 10. Breakfast was eaten at
the VVitte Grove Club House, near Independence.
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First Row-Top-Cisel, Raup Lancaster, Barnickel, Edwards, Benson, Taylor, Fisher Miller, Darlington.
Second How-Vawter Stockwell. Prozier. Smith, Pickering, McCQrew. Ward, Marshall, Boisseau, Hattoom.
Thlid ltoxx-Goirlon, Trimble. Blowers. Elliott. Mr. Sharp. Lister, Husted, Baldwin.
Fourth Pow T"lllt7 Hawkins Fhrisman Porter Hapke. Lvnn Smart Diels.
Northeast Society of Debate
Organized Octolber 13, 1913
Colors: Red and Black.
Motto: Possunt quia posse videntur.
AdViSC1': Mr. Russell A. Sharp.
President ................. .Rudolph Hapke
Vice-President ....... Carroll Ward
Secretary ................. Jack Benson
Treasurer ..,,............. LeRoy Smith
C1'1t1c ......................... Harold Taylor
Second Term Third Term Fourth Term
Levi Cisel james Pickering LeRoy Smith
Dwinnell ElliottHarry Stockwell Allen Raup
john Baldwin Elbert DarlingtonMerton Diels
Donald I-Iusted Paul Porter Fred Hawkins
james PickeringMerton Diels R-aymond Marshall
Rudolph Hap'keLevi Cisel james Pickering
Frank S. Miller
james Allen Southern
Ten years! For a whole decade the Red and Black has led, and she shows no
sign of fatigue. Today, the Northeast Society of Debate grows more powerful with
each passing year. VVe have never enjoyed a year of greater success than this, the
the tenth. and seldom, if ever, one of equal success. In every line of endeavor One at
least of us has distinguished himself, and many have gained honors in more than one
There is a passage in our anthem w ic rea s
step, while welre near to theef' This is the slogan taught US Hlld Carried thfflugh by
each succeeding generation of Debaters, so that each year brings addffd gl0TY 10 N- S-
D. This is the slogan which will make her eleventh year the most glorious of all. Hail
to N. S. D.! May she never be less than what she is! May we, in future years re-
turning, find that "the head of the list will be the N. S. D."!
h' h d : "Thou shalt never backslide, one
First Row-Top-Cook, Lewis, Izzard, Bevansv, Milligan, ROb1HSOD,H1I1k,JX1Lk11'1SOI1.
Second Row-Ritter, D. Smith Setzler, Eichman, Harris. Benson, Polsky. Jones.
Third Row-Gruver, Hewitt, Zanders. Mr. Hibbs, Mentzer, Fergusen, Fuller, Brugh
Fourth Row-Dusair, VVeeks, Burdett, VVi1hite, Richards, Hammond. Rubins, Brock.
Northeast Shakespeare Club
Colors: Gold and Black.
Motto: "It is not the trapping of knowledge, but wisdom itselff,
Edgar B. Eichman
Mary Elsie Izzard
Mary Elsie Izzard
Anna Ray Brugh
Anna Ray Brugh
Emma Louise Fuller
Mary Elsie Izzard
Margaret Du S'air
Thelma Kivovitch Gordon Parks
"To be or not to bei' a Shakespeare. To be a Shakespeare is to be an ambitious
student. The very name inspires high aims and lofty idealsg it creates within us a
desire for all that is truest, noblest and best in thinking and in living. We cannot
all be great poets like Shakespeare -but who shall say that from out this 1923 group
of Shakespeares there shall not emerge grea '
teachers who shall make their influence felt in the world, in the years to c-ome.
t doctors, lawyers, arths-ts, authors and
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First Lou Top Custenboidei, Wilkezson Caldwell, Anderson, Tuohe, Ennis, Critchfield. Price, Hadlev.
Second Row-Gibson, Hoover, Bloomer, Goldstein, Cristy, Hall, McSpadden, Searcy, Gordon.
Third Row-Day, Taylor, Hoffman, Conant, Mr. Nettles, Smith, Hogan. Vtfilson. Jackson.
Fourth Row-McMillan, Epley, Curtis, Nason, Peters Stoller, Judd.
Delphian Literary Society
Motto: Virtute non Verbis.
Colors: Purple and Gold.
Adviser: Mr. Nettles.
First Term Second Term Third Term
President .................. George Ennis Mabel McSpaddenBuel1a Wilshoii
Vice-President ..,,.., Dorothy Custenbuorder Alice Lee Smith
Secretary ................. Buella Wilson
Treasurer ................. Alice Lee Smith
Initiator .................... Jeannette Conant
Reporter ................ 4 ...Virginia Hoover
Critic ............ .......... A lice Hadley
Elizabeth Christie Joan Abston
Alice Lee Smith
Forrest Judd Margaret Shields
The Delphians have accomplished many things and, ever keeping the highest
standards before us, we strive to live up to these standards in name and action. It is
with' much regret that we bid farewell to the Seniors, who have upheld the purple and
gold so nobly, but we expect the new members, to whom the welfare of the society
will be entrusted, to carry on as well. We make no itemized account of -our talents or
achievements because they are known and acknowledged by a .
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First Row-Top-Pratt, Clark, A. F. Pratt, MlcClure, Wunderli
ch, Hibbs, Walker, McDaniel, Elliott.
Second Row-Sachewitz, Spicer, Weyler, Ford, Ryan, Ferree, Cathcart, Eekles.
Third Row-Carr, Stevenson, Stansbury, Miss Duggins, Affeldt,
Mulky, Rhoads, Scott.
Fourth Rowv-Waters, Edie, Polley, Wl1iting', Brown, Simpson.
THE N OR'EASTER
Clionian Literary Society
Motto: Ta Kta Kte Ete.
Colors: Red and White.
Flower: Red Rose.
Adviser: Miss May Duggins.
First Term Second Term Third Term Fourth Term
President ................. Vivian Brown Anna Lee Pratt Edna Wuiiderlich Ruth Rhoads
Vice-President ....... Anna Lee Pratt Ruth Rhoads Edith Hib'bs Fern Sackewitz
Secretary ................. Ruth Rhoads Edna Wunderlich Helen Ganzer Catherine Waters
Treasurer ................. Edith I-Iib'bs Catherine Waters Anna P. Stansbury Ruth Mulkey
Sergeant-at-Arms Edna WunderlickAnna Pearl StansburyRuth Mulkey Lucille Stevenson
Initiator .......,,.,........ .Mildred Edie Dorthy Furee Anna Frances Pratt Grace Elliott
Reporter ......,.,,...,.,.. .Helen Ganzer Vivian Brown Catherine Waters Anna Lee Pratt
Critic ,,,,..,,,.,, ,.,,.,,,. . Elizabeth Simson Edith Hibbs Anna Lee Pratt Edna Wunderlich
Parliamentarian-Mildred Edie ' t
Belle Eliz. Affeld
Anna Lee Pratt
Anna Frances Pratt
Elizabeth Simson -
Anna Pearl Stansbury
h h h le ear the Clionian girls have striven to live up tO their m0ttO,
Throug t e w o y , - .
"SEEK THE BEAUTIFUL." You will not find anywhere a more loyal g1'0UP, Clfhlf
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h ociet or to Northeast We all feel that we have gained something true an
to t e s y- .
beautiful to add to the virtues of our persons by constant contact with one another.
We hope the society will always be as fortunate as it was this year in having
ilots at the wheel of the ship, and that it will dock safe in harbor at
such efficient p
the end of each year.
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First Row-Top-VVhite, Gray, Griffith, Mr. Snell, Altergott, Thompson, Long.
Second Row-K. Beach. Shelton, Daniel, XV. Baxter, Rainin. F. Baxter. Luckman.
Third Row--Stanley, Pellegrino, Peterson, Gilmore.
Benton Literary Society
Colors: Blue and Gold.
Adviser: Mr. Snell,
First Term Second Term Third Term
President ........ . ...... , ...Raymond Scrivner Kay Beach Alexander Altergott
Vice-President .,,,... Alexander Altergott Raymond Scrivner Fred Daniel
SCCFCTHYY ------------------ Kay Beach Edward Baldry Frank.Baxtef
TYCELSHTCI' ......,.......... Fred Daniel Fred Daniel Kay Bieaeh
Sergeant-at-Armsjohn Holland Arthur Griffith Arthur Griffith
Critic .......................... Edward Baldry Alexander Alterg0ttG. A, Long
Reporter ...... ,. ,....... Eugene Wilmore Frank Baxter Baker Shelton
Alexander Altergott Baker Shelton
Fred Daniel Arthur Griffith William Horowitz
Kay Beach Frank Baxter G. A. Long
Donald McDonald Jake Rainer Fred Thompson
Clifton Hamilton Wayne Baxter Sam Muller
Thomas Stanley Anthony Pellegrino
' st closing another successful year. We have
The Benton Literary Society is Ju
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accomplished much, including a good representation in sc oo ,
and beneficial programs, and have taken much interest in the Literary Contest. Even
if We do not Win this contest, as We hope to, we feel certain that this year has bene-
fited each one, and that We have done much to raise the standards in Northeast. Our
desire to make Northeast a better and pleasanter place has kept us united and working
l r seniors, however, next
through our most successful year. We are sorry to OSC Ou
year we will do our best to win more honors for B. L. S. Witl1011'l1 them.
esie is so
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First Row-Top-VVatson, Hindo, Burton. Shinn. Jarboe, Horne, Meyr Strickler.
1' ' Second Row-Moore, Gilmore, Wells, Kerr, Frick, Misner, Eisberg, Barbour.
f Third Row-Erickson, Janes, Edelen, Jamieson, Miss Leonard, Bar rett, McCoy, Fair-child.
7 Fourth Row-Hamilton, Craig, Hoefer, Parry, Murphy, McLeod.
THE N OR'EAS'l'ER
Theta Literary Society
President ..............,,. .
Vice-President ...... .
Treasurer .......,,,,.,,,, .
Initiator ....,.,,,,,,,.,, L ,,
Muir Edelen e
Colors: Blue and White.
Motto: Knowledge Is Power,
Adviser: Miss Leonard.
Virginia Horn Grace Misner
B erenice McLeod
The Theta Gwl, that bird of infinite wisdom, says:
"Who? Who? Who doesn't know that during these tw-o short years of its ex-
istence, the Theta Literary Society has made itself forever famous becaus-e of its in-
numerable achievements? VV'ho doesn't know that there are this year three Thetas on
the Girls' Debate teams, two on the Staff, and several on the honor rolls? Who
doesn't know that Thetas are class officers, members of the Student Council, and
members and officers of various clubs? Who doesn't know that Thetas have won
medals in Literary Contests, contributed to the Nor'easter, and had feasts, hikes, par-
ties, educational programs, and plays? Who doesn't know that the Thetas are the
brightest, best, and most lovable girls at Northeast? Who doesn't know that" tghe
Thetas owe most of their success to Miss Leonard, their beloved adviser? Who?
Who? Whosoever does not know these things cannot be called wise,"
First Row-Top-Marshall, Eaton, Stevens, O'Brien, Ennis, Allen. Schneider, Crumpley.
Second Row-VV,il1iams. Fly, Nuss, Hogan, Nieb1'ug'e, Fifield. Cox, Dimmirt
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Third Row-Henderson, Hudspeth, Kennard. Grosheck. Miss Adams, Banta, Littnian, McNeil, Howard.
Fourth Row-Miller, Dwight, TFLl'XX'2'ltCI', Schmitt, Todd, Arnold, Kephart.
Delta Literary Society
Motto: Always faithful.
Colors: Green and White.
Flower: Lily oi Valley.
Adviser: Miss Adams.
First Term Second Term
Treasurer ............. Alice Todd Harriet Groesbeck
Sergeant-at-Arms. Betty Arnold Theadoris Benadom
Reporter .................,. Mary Fifield Justine Kennard
Initiator .....,...,,,........ Lillian Miller Lillian Miller
Parliamentarian .... Marguerite Crumpley Louise Williams
Critic ..........,....,......,... Jennie Nuss Edith Dimmitt
Mary Helen Niebrugge
Altogether the past year, 1922-23, has been a most pleasant and profitable one for
the Deltas. May they always keep their high standards before t em.
,,-nsl now-'Lop-Elliott Pauy E' h
, . 1, IC man, Melntyre, Ennis, Benson, Warcl, Daniel.
Second Row-Rubins, Setzler, Hoover, Hogan. MeSpadden, Xvood, Jones.
Third Row-Gordon, R' ' ' '
lchards, Chrlsman Mlss Pfmekard Stel
, .K . C , ,Dl6'llS, M. Gordon, Peters XYilson.
Fourth Row-Lynn, Marshall, M l f " 2 ' '
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Northeast Mathematics Club
Adviser: Miss Packard.
M albel McSpadden
' Dorothy Peters
Of all the clubs there are in school,
The Math Club is the best.
And when it comes to doing things
P W'e're way ahead the rest.
W have also had a Toyland
Yes! We have done a great many things this year. e
l uccesses We have the "p'eppiest" .bunch in
Dance and a mixer, which have been tru y s . Q
the school. We jump' and make everyone else jump because we've got lots of vim
and We're going to win! We have some illustrious older members and some promising
younger ones, who next year will take up and carry on the work of the Mathematics
Club, But-actions speak louder than Words! So watch us and b
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First Row-To1J4VVatson., Dusair, Todd, Koujion, Patterson, Nvaters. Johnson, Hanssen.
Sec-ond Row-Fuhr. Daniels, Arnold, Snyder, Frishie, Tarwater, Chrisman. Galloway.
Third Row-James, ldisherg, Clinton, Banta., Mlle. Hofacker, MoDaniels, A. L. Smith, D. Smith.
Fourth Row-VVUnderliich, Saunders Eisberg. Adams, Epley, Maringinno, Barbour.
Fuhr, Dane s, Arno a, Snyder
Eisberg' Adams, ED Gy, IV-HI' Hg nno Barbour
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THE NOR EASTER
Dev e Liberte de la Pensee
Conseillere Mlle Olga V Hofacker
Premier Terme Second Terme Troisieme Terme
Presidente Edna Wunderl1chLeont1ne Frisbie Helen Snyder
Vice Pres1denteLeont1ne Frisbie Helen
David Bevans ,
Mary Agnes Patterson
Evelyn jane Epley
Helen Du Sair
Frances Ferguson Alfah
Maxine Daniels Ethel
M ary Agnes Patterson
Alice Lee Smith
Margaret S. Johnson
Mary Lee Mays
Je sais que tous les efeves de Northeast High School ont entendu parler des
'Penseurs, Notre piece La Marraine de Guerre" a eut un grand succes ainsi que
notre soiree dansante. Si vous voulez vous imaginer pour un moment d'etre en
d reunions de "Les Penseurs'. Oh, la la! Je sais que,
France venez vous a une es c
charme par cette atmosphere, vous voudriez tous etudier le francais. Nous sommes
tres heureux d'avoir Mlle. Hofaker pour notre conseillere. Elle est connue et aimee
par tous les eleves. Alors nous souhaitons pour "Les Penseurs" un futur, plein de
Second Row-Brown, Porter, Taylor, Palmer, McClure,, Evans, Gilmour.
Third Row-Lantz, Svvingle, Miss Taylor, Crumpley, Baker, Erickson.
Fourth Row-Stoller, Curtis Hewitt, Pratt, XVacle.
W-Top-Bell, Diels, Darlington, Barniokel, Campbell, McCaslin, Moore.
THE N OR'EASTER
La Sociedad Castellana
Tesorero .................... ..
Advisers: Senora Bell, Senorita.Taylor.
James Campbell .
Critica ....,..................... ......
Anna Frances Pratt
Paul Porter F
Anna Frances Pratt
Warner Lantz Carl Addington
Hace nueve anos que una nueva sociedad fue organizada en la Escuela Nordeste.
Desde ese tiempo esta sociedad se ha conocido como la Sociedad Castellana y ha
crecido y prosperado hasta que ahora ocupa uno de 105 lugares mas prominentes de
la Escuela Nordeste. Ahora hemos cuniplido el ano mas prospero en la historia de
la Sociedad. La Sociedad ha tenido niucha iniluencia en las clases de espanol y
todos los discipulos del espanol desean ser menilbros de la Sociedad Castellana. Las
reunioneg han sido muy interesantes e instructivas pero no hemos dado todo nuestro
tiempo al estudio de la hernmosa lengua de Cervantes.
Ustedes sin duda recuerdan nuestros "Mixers" Por los cuales nos hemos hecho
famosos y todo el mundo dijo que nuestro "Old Fashioned Barn Dance" fue el mejor
baile de todos. Nuestro buen exito Se delbe en gran parte a la Seiora Bell y a la
Senorita Taylor. Esperamos que los futuros anog de la Sociedad seran tan prosperos.
Viva la Sociedad Castellanal
First Row-Top--Carey, Haines, Smith, Izzard. Colville, Thompson Stark.
Second Row-Gruver, Perry, Lynn, Standart, Smoot, Wpinstead, Sprink.
Third Row-McNeil, Harry, Ross, Miss Baskin, Mulkey, Foster, Broadway.
Fourth Row-Manning, Combs, Clingan, Peterman. James, Antram.
Northeast Vesta Club
Mary E. Izzard
Sergeant-at-A1'H1S ..... ......,,.. P earl Antram
Critic ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. ,..,
Mary Elsie Iggard
Miss Baskin .
Ellen jane Broadway
Cora Lee Drinkard
Virginia Belle Thomason
Virginia B. Thomason
Margaret Smith 1
Ellen jane Broadway
Mary E. Izzard
Mary Bell Stark
Northeasterg all know the Vesta Club. We are two years old and still have our
allowance of pep.
The girls this year have been busy. We supplied the "eats" for the Inter-Club
dance, March 17, and we just know that everyone came because they knew We cooked
March 27 we had a tea for our mothers and entertainment afterwards-Sure had
one jolly good time.
By the Way, We had a line party and a tea after the show.
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First Row-Top-Robinson, Nolan, Chinn, Haynes, Chritchfield, Pickering, Williams, Lester.
Second Row-D. Smith, Bloomer, Cassity, Kerr, Horne McLeod, VVhite, Martin.
Third Row-Jones, DuSair, Vierheilig, Holderly, Miss Edna Miller, Byrd. Mentzer, Jamieson, Howard.
Fourth Row-Norton, Robrock, Huber, Stein, L. Smith, McNeal, L. Oliver, M. Oliver.
THE NOR EASTER
ortheast Art Club
AClViSC1': Miss Edna E, M
........Grace M argaret Jones
june Norton A
Estella Mae Martin
Margaret Du Sair
Have you ever noticed in how many branches of school life art is needed? We
students of drawing and drafting have long felt the need of an Art Club at North-
east, and at last our ambition is realized. This club was formed to promote interest
in the need and value of art in every day life, and to help its members learn to rec-
ognize the best in art, fine, applied and commercial, both ancient and modern. We
have endeavored to help our school in every possible way by means of decorations
for school affairs, and posters which are used for advertising all important events.
We have had interesting talks from architects and art critics which have been of
reat 'benefit to us Besides the pleasure wc have derived from this, beneficial talks
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and our visit to the Art Institute, our social events have been very Successful.
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First Row-Top-Zander, Schwenk, Griffith, Edmonds, Nicholson, Roberts.
Second Row-Daniels, Hedderman, Ross, Carleton.
Third Row-Giarolone, Kennardo. Mr. Coleman, Hoots, Reed, Henderson.
Fourth Row-Hogan, Kirkpatrick, Anderson, Lamport, Wilkinson, Ganzer, McGlynn.
Northeast Commercial Club
Colors: Gold and Silver.
Motto: Efficiency wins
Adviser: Mr. Coleman.
1611156 V. Nuss
Catherine Smith U
.lennie V. Nuss
At last, it is nearing the time when our Senior members will leave us. We have
enjoyed their companionship immensely and wish that they all may have grea
in their future business careers.
Also, we have enjoyed ourselves on some "peppy" hikes and we shall 'be on the
logkout for new members next year-so Sophomores and juniors be sure and get into
the club with us.
The Commercial Club has accomplished much this year. VVe have greatly in-
creased our mem-bership. We have learned many things by visiting large commercial
h ' th' cit and we have had such good officers that we know that the Club
ouses in is y '
this year has been more successful than ever before. VVe who are left shall strive
to make the club as good and even better next year.
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First Row Top-Jones, Barr, Stockwell, L. Smith, Lister, DeLouis, L. R. Smith, Gifford.
Second Row--Boyd, Griffin.. Crozier, Mr. Chaffee, Barnes, Aoker, Shelton.
ortheast Glee Club
Adviser: Mr. Chaffee.
First 'Term Second 'Term
President .....,........ ...... P orter Lister Porter Lister
Vice'President .,..,,, ...,,. H arryi Stockwell Robert Crozier
Secretary .......... ....... L e Roy Smith Edwin'Beyd
Treasurer ............... ....... E dwin Boyd ' Aubrey Griffin
Sergeant-at-Arms ...... ....... R ichard Lewis Richard Lewis
Paul jones '
. Harry Stockwell
Second Tenors: Ohm MCGreW
Kay Beach Second Basses:
Edwin J. Boyd
Baron de Louis
Well, we went. Where? Why out to Hickman Mills, of course, and allow me to
say right now that we knocked them cold, we put them on ice, we jarred them plumb
out of their seats, we-- folks, we went over big! As I said once before, they like
US Out Hickman Mills way. Well ladies and gentlemen and-er-ah--also .stud-
ents of "thou dear Northeast," there isn't so much to tell this time except that Apri
20 1923 A. D. the R. O. T. C. gives a huge military circus in Convention Hall,
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and us, weuns, the Glce Clulb, disguised in military uniforms, and singing under the
pseudonym of the f'Harm.ony Squad" are going to compete against the harmony squads
of the other three high schools and sh-ish-shus-don't 'breathe a word of it to anyone
ft 't's over.
but we're Going to beat those boys so bad they'll never ibe the same a er 1
There is a large loving cup offered for the -winning squad and-well we just cant
get along without that cup. The contest pieces, 'both boys' chorus and mixed chorus,
are coming fine and we are expecting to gallop home in these contests too with a
loving cup under each arm. The sight reading contest this year will be held before
the massive crowd that packs Junior College that afternoong and folks, another school
has that cup now, but it's coming back to its homae this year. just watch and see. Our
first tenor department suffered a setback a few days ago when Aubrey Griffin re-
signed. That leaves just one first tenor, Edwin Ujayi' Boyd, to sing in the contest.
Oh Well, we'll romp home with the cups anyway so why worry. 'T'hat's all, folks, ex-
cept that I'll be looking for everyone of you down there at junior College the Friday
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afternoon of the contest. So long until the day vxe knock em or a g a
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First Row-Top-Edie, Osgood Searcy, Sala, Rhoades, Christie, Eisberg, Spicer, Stansberry.
Second Row-Pratt, Hoffman, Eunis, Gatchett, Gibson, Burger, Booting, Bradley, Mun er
Third Row-Robinson, Eckles, Schmitt, Pieronnet, Mr. Chaffee, Carr, Weeks, Sackewitz, Jackson.
Fourth Row--Swaney, Gornall, Lovelace, Hobbs, Custenborder, Carr, Shockley, Stevenson.
THE NOR'EAST ER
Northeast Treble Clef Club
President ......... ......
Secretary ..,,..........,., ,,
Director: Professor F. E. Chaffee.
Mary Frances Carr
Anna Lee Pratt
Mary Frances Carr
Sergeant-at-Arms .....,,.. ...,,,, R uth Greenlee Marian Shoekely
RCDONCT ---.-...----........... ....... . Dorothy Jackson Ruth Greenlee
Pianist ..,,.................. Q .....,, Fern Sackewitz
Mary Frances Carr Martha Robinson Evelyn Weeks
Dorothy Custenborder Anna Lee Pratt Louise Pieronnet
Kathryn Carr Lucille Stevenson Gladys Gatchet
Mary Bradley Ruth Rhoads Norma Schmitt
Fern Sackewitz Margaret Burger Helena Eisberg
Anna Pearl Stansbury
Ena Mae Osgood
The Treble Clef Club has resolved to carry on, with flying banners, the Work
T C C members Cf c-ourse you all know what this club has done
begun by former . . . i . '
in the way of bringing honor to Northeast for the past decade, and of course the
member-5 of the Club at the present time desire to do as much or more than has been
' 1 ' rl t t are only a foreshadowing of events to
done already. The results of the so o con es
Never are we downcast,
T ired we seldom areg
C heerfully we do our best,
C hoosing success for our star.
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First Row-Top-Bowman S:trick1er, Johnston, Rutherford, Newson, Gardner.
Second Row-Thorn, Miller, Cox, Stephens, Brown, O'Brien Schneider.
Third Row-Smith, Stephens, Miss Stewart, Miss Heibei Shaw, WVoodard.
Fourth Row-Day, Hammond, Rogers, Downing., Harper.
THE NOR EASTER
ortheast Olympic Association
Colors: Purple and White.
Advisers: Miss Stewart an
-.........Dorothy Thom '
d Miss Heibel.
Beulah Francis Goetche
The ancient Greeks were no better equipped in physical education than we, for
the Northeast Olympic Association has lived up to its creed in ibeing full of energy
The inter'-class soccer football games were the first competition of the l922-1923
season. The seniors walked off with the honor of being the champions.
The inter-class basket ball games brought out an enthusiastic crowd of people.
The juniors won the honors.
Baseball and track meets are to nbe held in April and May. We will also have a
swimming meet about the same time
Just now the Northeast annual girls gymnasium fete is being prepared and will
be given April 6th. Afbout one hundred and sixty will take part in it. T e program
this year is divided into three parts. The first part is a demonstration of natural
rhythm and dancesg the second part, an American pageant, in which each period is
represented by its own colonial and national dancesg the third part, a dance drama
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written over' the theme of Grimm s child like fairy story, 'Babes ln t e oo s
h' rt e have the good fairies and the gingerbread fairies and the good angels,
t is pa w f L
the witch and all the other characters that made this popular fairy story so alive.
This is not all bv any means that we have been doing: our days are so full and
ill continue to be fdull until the very last day of school.
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First Row-Top-Gatchet. Aker, Jones Conrad Nicholson McFall Peirc V
,, , , z e, anCamp, Jones.
Second Row-Gibson, Vierheilig, Brown, Newson, Armfield, Meyer, Groves, Bradley, Osgood, VVendel.
Third Row-Singer, Tompkins, Marshall, Mr. Chaffee, James, Hill, Beach, Ireland, Sackewitz. Brent.
Fourth Row-Johnson. St ll, - ' ' '
o er, Savoca, RlttG1, G1fford, Fuller, Adams, Maranzino. Peach.
First Row-Top-R. Marshall, Jones, Conrad, P. Jones, VanCamp, McFall, Wilson, Settle, Porter.
Second Row-Jackson, Votaw, Nordberg, B. WVilliams Nicholson, E. Williams, Butler, Sloan, Beers.
Third Row-Patzman, Baumgartner, Swope, Marshall, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Chaffee, Kirk, Aichers, VVade.
Fourth Row-Griffin, Brown, McLean, Pearce, Johnson, Alexander, Smith, Boyd.
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First Row-Top-Jones, A. Hergott, Collier, Marshall, Curtiss
Second Row-Harris, Brown, Crozier, T. Jones.
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EXECUTIVE BOARD-SECOND TERIVI
First Row-Top-Curtiss, Miller, Ennis. Eiehman, Stephens.
Second Row-Marshall, Caldwell, Cook, Lantz.
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THE N OR'EASTER
Officers of the Student Council
For the First Term
President ---------'-------- --..--..... ......,,.. R o bert W. Crozier
Vice-President ........ ..... Robert Harris
Secretary -------------------- - ........ Vivian Brown
Sefgealllt-3,t-AI'l11S ,,,,--,-..----w-.. ------ T fufnan Jones
Miss Packard Miss Pile Mr, Hibbg
Miss Thomas Mr. Sharp
EXECUTIVE BOARD P
Chaf1CS 10111-Qs Raymond Marshall Seniors
EVCIYI1 Curtis Robert Collier luniors
Esther Henderson Garnet Altergott Sophomores
COUNCIL COMMITTEES AND ADVISERS
Personal Property Committee Courtesy Committee
Levi Cisel, Chairman Frank Miller, Chairnlan
Mr. Hibbs, Adviser G . Miss Thomas, Adviser
Carol Ward, DW111HC11 EUIOH, SC.1110rs Wm. Johnson, Bernice Roberts, Seniors
Rolbert Collier, Fr2111CCs Kerr, juniors. Harold Gray, Helen Stocker, juniors
HCICH Blakesley, SODhO1T10re Ardene Stephens, Sophomore
For the Second Term, Spring 1923
PfCSidC11't ...................................... Edgar B. Eichman
VTCC-P1'CSlClC11t ............................ Raymond Marshall
Secretary .............,.........,.r.....,.... .Frank S1 Miller
Sergeant-at--Arms ...............,.... George Ennis
Miss Packard Miss Pile Mr. Cowan
Miss Thomas Mr. Sharp
Warren Cook lohn Caldwell Seniors
Evelyn Curtis Dorothy Jackson juniors
Warner Lantz Ardene Stephens Sophomores
COUNCIL CO'MMI'I'I'EES AND ADVISERS
Personal Property Committee
john Caldwell QChairmanj
Warren Cook CChairmanj
Francis Kerr Carl Zimmerman
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
This year's student council 'has been busily engaged in working for the student
body trying to make Northeast a better school for all. Two of the more important
measures passed included help in the protection of the student's property by the R. O.
T. C. and the working out of an efficient library checking system. The council is
now formulating a plan to co-operate with all the high schools in creating .an in-
terest in the erection of a stadium, to be used by all the schools of Kansas City for
football and track. Frank Miller is the Northeast representative on the inter-
high school committee.
The student council was formed to serve the students of Northeast, so it is up
to you to make it a success. Thanks for your co-operation.
THE STUDENT COUNCIL.
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GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL CLUB CABINET
THE N 0R'EASTER
Girls' High School Club
Through another successful year the slogan of the Girls' High School Club has
been carried, and through this year, the Seni-or Triangle of the clu-b has helped to
improve it, strengthen it, and carry on its part of the Work.
The meetings have all been lively, interesting, and full of "pep", but underneath
this spirit of joy, there has been a current of deeper and fuller meaning. The Senior
Triangle meetings have brought inspiration, uplifting and helpful thoughts, and a
strong desire to each girl who has attended them tp go out from school and spread
the influence that she has received, through the world around her. The meetings
have not only been inspirational, but educational, too. Many top-ics of interest have
been discussed and the girls have profited by them greatly.
Much social service work has been done, and in that way, the members of the
Triangle have shared their advantages with those who were not so fortunate, and
have brought the spirit of the club into the lives of others.
A great deal of their success is due -to the Triangle adviser Miss Peters. She
has helped the girls to conduct successful meetings and has encouraged them in car-
rying on their social work.
As the Senior girls leave, they are wishing for the Triangles the best of success
throughout the coming year and the others to follow, and they hope that the girls
who take their places will carry on the work and make the Girls' High School Club
a better and a bigger cluib each year, and also one of the outstanding factors in the
school life of Northeast.
The Junior Triangle
"The meeting of' the Junior 'Triangle will please come to order." QC0nversati011s
concerning important business CU were hastily closedg candy and potato chips mys-
teriously disappearedg silence reigned supremej
W6 have learned many valuable things. Many interesting programs we have had
mong these was a most unusual talk by a social service worker who told us of her
experiences among the poorer districts. Another discussion enjoyed by all was that
on "Vocational Guidance." The girls who are trying to be honor girls had char f
o ge O
a health meeting at which it was proved that all girls required a certain amount of
exercise, especially those wh-ose greatest desire is to reduce. We canot round out
a useful life on books and lectures alone. The principal characters at one of our
11166-Itlngs which was held at Prospect Point, were "hot dogs," rbuns, dill pickles, po-
tato chips, roasted marshmallovvs and all of their various friends. A good time was
the unanimous verdict.
Under the guidance of Miss Miller, our faithful adviser, the girls have earnestly
endeavored to make their lives worthy of the blue Girl Reserve Triangle, which rep-
resents physical, mental and spiritual development.
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Northeast Battalion R. O. T. C.
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NORTHEAST BAITALION R. O. T. C. OFFICERS
First Row-Top-2nd Lt. Linderman, 2nd Lt. Laurenzana, lst Lt. Gray, lst Lt. Moran, 2nd Lt. Sallee. 2nd Lt. Marshall, 2nd Lt.
Second Row-lst Lt. Shearrer, lst Lt. Robinson, Capt. Eichman, Major Taylor, Capt. Pickering, Capt. Jones, lst Lt. Hill.
Northeast Battalion R. O. T. C.
Instructor: Sergeant W. O. Vickers.
D. E. M. L., U. S. A.
Battalion Commander, Major Harold B. Taylor.
Battalion Adjutant, Captain'Truman jones.
Battalion Commissioned Staff.
Supply Officer, Captain Lynn Bailiff.
Personnel Officer, First Lieutenant James Tait.
Liaison Officer, Second Lieutenant jack Sallee.
Munitions Officer, Second Lieutenant Virgil Linderman.
Executive Officer, Second Lieutenant Donald Murray.
Battalion Non-Commissioned Staff.
Sergeant Major, Alexander Altergott.
Supply Sergeant, jack Benson.
Bugler Sergeant, O. VVi1son.
Color Sergeant, Willsur Bickford.
HEADQUARTERS, NORTHEAST BATTALION, R. O.
NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL, KANSAS CITY, MO.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 10:
June 8, 1923.
By operation of regulations the undersigned is this day relieved from service with
thc Northeast Battalion, and in severing his official connection with the battalion,
which he had the pleasure and honor of commanding from October 1, 1922, to the
present, he extends his thanks and appreciation to his officers and men for the loyalty
' h ear.
and co-operation they have shown him throughout t e y
HAROLD B. TAYLOR,
'or R O T C
Maj , . . . ,
Commanding N. Bn.
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"A" COMPANY, R. O. T. C.
j THE NOR'EASTER ,
' R. O. T. C., Company "A"
CADET COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
Captain, Edgar B. Eichman.
First Lieutenant, Harry Hill.
l . Platoon Leaders:
First Lieutenant, William Schaerrer,
First Lieutenant, Harold Gray.
First Lieutenant, Frank Moran,
Second Lieutenant, Raymond Marshall,
CADET N'ON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.
First Sergeant, John Eager.
Mitchell, R. Iuchs, A. Darlington, E. Middleton, L,
Vvfillkeff C- 101195. P- Jury, H. Nicewarner, H,
WIISQH, L. O. Thompson, F. Miller, S, Cardwell, W.
HHIUUTOI1, F- MYCYS, T- Zalle, H. Hamilton, C,
AddiUgtOn, C. Fenner, G. A Mayes, J. Setzler, L,
AltCYg0tl3, J. Fisher, G. Milton, T. Scott, W.
Brown, C. Fl11CkC, H. Mustain, O. Silverstein, J,
Burns, C. Holland, J. Muller, L, Thompson, V.
BUFDS, R. Hudson, L. Muller, S. Vrooman, C.
Buitlef, J. Hurst, H. G"Dell, R. Wade, H,
Crites, H, johnson, E. Parks, G. Watts, 0.
CrOXfVley, F. Johnson, R. Peterson, L. Wilson, A.
D-EWIS. R. Leopold, E. Precht, L. Wilson, P.
Darrell, D. Lewis, J. Price, S'. Witherow, J.
Diamond, L. Lockman, W. Reese, S. Witschner, S.
Dudley, F.. Luckman, C. Rogers, A. Wolcot, B.
Dunn, E. Lusby, A. Ryan, H. Yambert, R,
Eads, T. Marshall, C. Sands, 1, Youngiberg, B,
Edie, S. Matlock, W, Seested, R.
TO "A" COMPANY.
There are some eighty-five young' men in the R. O. T. iC. that feel a certain
tion in belonging to "A" Company of the Northeast Battalion. While not the largest
company in the "outfit," we believe that quality rather than quantity is the virtue to
be striven for. We feel that the letter "A" is such a puny thing to represent so
' f d t' s nd events
great a significance and to symbolize such a magnificent series o u ie a
so well performed during the successfuluyear of 1922-1923.
All for one, and one for all, That is the prevalent spirit of UA" Company: or in
a more militaristic manner, a pronounced Uespirit-de-corps." "Semper F1del1s," that's
us all over, folks,
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In leaving, we feel that we are justified in concluding that we have ieen an
attribute to the scho-ol, and a great credit to the cadet corps in keeping aloft the
' ' h' f hich it strives and which are
great ideals of patriotism and good citizens ip. or w ,
the fundamentals of manhood-in fact, we believe that the very red blood
veins has turned a deeper hue. u i
' ' h d f ou school year
In conclusion: As the curtain falls. and the twilig t ays o r
slowly approach, we bid a fond adieu to departing comrades who have "Sol
so faithfully in "A" Company throughout the term. Also, a few brief words of
to our esteemed instructor, Sergeant William O. Vickers, U, St A., under
eager care and guidance we have successfully weathered the .trials of this
yearg his earnest efforts vindicating his great love and admiration for tus.
' ' f ' der extends his compliments
And n leaving grateful company comman U
1 a 'l him during the term and he
men and officers who have worked so zealously vviti - , .
f d God-speed on their way in the great march on the Journey
wishes them ortune an
COIVIPANY, R. O. T. C.
R. C. T. C., Company "B"
CADET COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
Captain, James Pickering.
First Lieutenant. Harold Robinson.
Second Lieutenant, Nicholas Laurenzana.
CADET NON-COMQMISSIONED OFFICERS.
First Sergeant, Marvin Pool.
First Platoon, Edwin Boyd.
Second Platoon, Harold Petel-5011,
Goodwillie, F, Toler, H. Billings, R, paiue, H.
FIOWGYS, M- MiChauX, C- England, C. Porter, L.
Walker, L. McGlathery, H. Eddy, A, Schaefer, J,
' JOh11S'OH, A. Sawyer, F.
Bennett, R. Goodhart, M. Latshaw, R. Phillips, A.
Boone, B. Haggard, M. Long, G. A. Ralph, H,
Brown, A. Heidelberger, W. Lutz, F. Settle, A,
Camplbell, I. - Hentzen, G, Lyons, J. Settle, R.
Chamsberlain, W. House, R. Marks, H. Schmaker, H.
Cameron, A. Huffman, D. Marvin, E. Schmahlfaldt, A.
Castleman, A. Jamerson, F. Marvin, N. Simpson, B.
Conts, K. Janes, B. Mason, W. Smith, C.
Daniels, F. Kavanaugh, F. McLean, H. Summers, I,
Dawson, F. Kuhlman, O. Montgomery, G. Thompson, H,
D6 MOSS, H. Lain, W. C'Dell, R. Tremble, H,
Dumit, J. Land, C. Orison, H. Wolfe, T.
Feagen, L. Lantz, W. Parker, E. Wood, D.
TO "B" COMPANY.
By the instruction of our competent and experienced leader, Sergeant Vickers,
the men of Company "B" have progressed no little bit in the study of.Military Sci-
ence and Tactics. From the time of our first formation at the beginning of the
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year, the response to our first sergeants command, a n, 13 J e
by immediate obedience In this respect, we have duly received the praise of Cap-
tain Mitchell, who is in charge of the R. O. T. C, unit in Kansas City. Captain
Mitchell has said-and if anyone ought to know, lt is he-ethat the formation of
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Company "B" is faster and snappier than that of any other company in t e ci y.
Although we have 'been somewhat handicapped this year, our capable captain,
lame Pickering, has made the most of the circumstances, and with the assistance
of his lieutenants and non-commissioned officers, he has succeeded in instlling in
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the men those qualities that are characteristic of a discipnine .so ier e
cannot say definately at this time that we will win the coming Field Day meet, it is
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the keenest competition ever offered.
Not onlv do Sergeant Vickers and Captain Pickering and his officers deserve
praise, but also the men deserve equal praise. After all, it is the men that make the
com-pany, and Company "B" is composed of men who have been patient and persever-
ing in their study of military science and tactics, men who have always cooperated
with their leaders. And it is, indeed, gratifying to know that the time, patience and
energy employed in the teaching and training of these men has not been spent in vain.
'd ' CT er thing, Company "BH has ibeen a successg and it is and always
Consi ering ev y
will be a mark of credit to the R. O. T. C. and to the Northeast H1311 School
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The most outstanding club at Northeast is the "NU Club, a club for vvearers of
the dear old N. This club is in a class by itself, in that it is an honorary organiza-
The "N" Club stands for those principles which every true athlete must have,
namely, clean habits, clean speech, and clean sportsmanship. A club with such ideals
cannot help but be a success and as each member is of the highest caliber the task of
keeping these principles is easy.
The clu-bi's adviser is Mr. Reeves Peters, Director of Athletics, a person well quali-
fied because of his ideals in the realm of sport. Witli such an able adviser and again
considering the caliber of its memlbers we must conclude that the "N"' clulb as an or-
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Cfanization will always be one of merit. At the last regular meeting tie o owinb nc
elected as officers: President, K. Lancaster, Vice-President, A, Raupg Secretary and
Treasurer, R. C-ook, Sergeant-at-Arms, W. Cook, Reporter, G. Stocker.
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G. VV. Davis ............ ,-.--...---4--------- --------- A I imager
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Maurice KQQUSQ ,,,, ,,,,4.,, 5 ff, 9 in. 145 Lbs. Right end
Harry H111 ,,...--,-,,,. ,-.A4-,, 5 ft, 11 in, 165 lbs. Right tackle
De F60 ,,,,.,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,, 5 ft, SM in. 157 Qbs. Right guard
A1 Morris ,-..,-.-,.-- ,,,-,-.- 5 ft 9 in, 168 lbs. Center
De Maria ,.-,,,,,,,.. . ,,,,.,, 5 ft. 9 in, 194 Qbs. Left guard
Mansur Haynes ........ ....... 5 ft. 11 in. 158 lbs. 14611 tackle
Howard Huffman ............ 5 ft. 7M in. 152 1138. 14611 end
Stockwell ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,. 5 ft. 7 in. 145 Qbs. Quarter back
Martin ,,-,,, ,-,,,., 5 ft, 7 in. 140 Jos. Right half
Thelen ,,r,,.. ....... 5 ft. 9 in. 145 los. Left half
Raup ,,,,.,.,, ,.,.,.. 5 ft. 9 in. 155 1155. F1111 back
Cook ,.,.-,,,v,,. ,,,,,,.... 5 ft. 7 in, 135 lbs. Half back
Lewondoski ,.,, ..,..,.,,, 5 ft. 7K2 in. 140 5135. Guard
Final Standing of Teams.
Won Lost Tied Pct.
Central ...... .... 6 0 0 1.000
1 Vifestport 3 3 0 .500
Northeast Z 3 1 .400
Manual ...... 0 5 1 .000
When the first call for football candidates was issued by Coach Peters
last fall sixty fellows reported, among them only three letter men as
a nucleus around which ,to 'build a team. During the first few weeks of
practice everything pointed to a medi-ocre season as there was no real
good material. But as the season progressed many players developed
into excellent football men and when the selections for all-star team were
announced Northeast had two men on itg De Peo at guard and Morris at
center. Both players were exceptionally good. De Feo always played
his consistent game and Morris always a flashing game. During the sea-
son we tied Manual and Odessag lost to St. Joe, Centralg defeated West-
porrt and Manualg lost to Cert l V '
1 ra twice and once to Westport.
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George Deniston ...... ...... - -CHPUIU
G. W. Davis .........., ................ M wager
Deniston QCapta1nj ............. -....----- F Orward
McDonald .................... Forward
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Koonse V.............---------.----------- Guard
Lapin ,,,,,,, ,...,................,...,............ G 118.111
Qffut ,--, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,......... C enter and Forward
Final Standing of Teams.
Won Lost ' Pct.
Westport 6 0 1.000
Northeast . ,.,,. .... 3 3 .500
Central ........ 3 3 .500
Manual .,... ..................................... 0 6 .000
All-Star Basketball Team.
Deniston-Northeast, F. Capt. Ford-Westport, F. Capt.
Joiner-Westfplort, F. Morris-Central, F.
Caiiiplbell-Westport, C. Jordan-Northeast, C.
Koonse-Northeast, G. Lapin-Northeast, G.
Burton-Central, G. Tuttle-Westport, G.
Northeast has always had an excellent Basket Ball team. The three
years preceding this year our team won the city and state championship
without meeting defeat. Naturally after such a glorious record for three
straight years one would expect other schools to build up strong aggrega-
tions. This year we did not win the championship but we had the
cleanest and hardestifighting team in the state. Every man on the team
was recognized during the season as being a player of merit. Deniston,
captain, again made captain of the All-Star team, Koonse, a guard, also
made the mythical fiveg on the Second All-Star team. we placed jordan at
center and Lapin at guard, while McDonald and Ofiut both received hon-
orable mention. Considering what has been stated it is easily seen that
this year's team was a credit to Northeast.
Northeast Lawrence ....... 22
Northeast 3Westport ....... 44
Northeast Central .......... ....... l 2
Northeast Manual ,,,.,,..,.... .,,,,,, l 7
Northeast St. Joe C ........ ....... l 9
Northeast Westport ....... 26
Northeast Joplin ........ ,..,,,,.,, 1 1
Northeast Nevada ....,, ,,.,,,,,,, 2 l
Northeast Central ...... ..,..., 2 3
Northeast Manual ....... ,..,,, 1 2
George Deniston, the only man who ever made the All-Star Basket
Ball four successive years. George has played on a team that won
state championship three years in succession. He has captained the
All-Star Team twice and was awarded a silver loving cup for being
the most valuable man to his team in the last season. With such a
wonderful record, we cannot help but look on George with a great
deal of pride and considering hislacademic standing we are certain he
will attain whatever his goal may be.
Kenneth Lancaster is, without a doubit, the greatest track man
that has ever hailed from Northeast. This year will probably be his,
greatest in high school, for it is his last and we certainly will miss
him. "Kenny" holds the record for the pole vault with a heighlt of
12 ft. M in. and the record for the broad jump with a distance of zr
ft. 8 in. He has also equaled the record for the city in the 440-yd.
dash. Last year "Kenny" made the All-American High School Track
Team and probably will make it again this year. We certainly do wish
"Kenny" to make as great a success in life as he has in track.
First Row-Bottom-Kirkpatrick. Henry, Cook, Gower, Milligan, Daniels, Atkinson, Solomon, McCain., Lowe.
Second Row-Coats, Thelens, Lewondoski, Henley, Lancaster, Miller, Cook, Stocken, Raup, Mu
Third Roxv-Walker, Cisel, Milum, Johnson. Anderson, Haynes, Hill, Elliott, Boisseau, Brouillet, Kobe.
Fourth Row-Sayles, Brown, Griffith, Benton, Nicholson. Ra1nsey,AMcFall, VVickstrom, Monk, Dunn, Maeffer..
Fifth Row-Bash, Darrow, Buckingham, Ramsey, Meyer, Shively, Boyd, Walkerb, Wheat, Orresion, Walk, Plummer.
Sixth Row-Koonse, Butts,'Morris, Smith, Hicks, Newton, Knighton, Gordon.
eller, Cook, Offutt, Lester, Hoffman.
R. E. Peters ......... ................. ............ C o ach
K, Lancaster .. ............................... ............ C aptain
G. W. Davis ........ ....................................., .....,.... lN f lanager
The three big indoor meets this year were won with ease by the
Northeast tracksters and everyone expects this year's team to make his-
tory for Northeast in track. In all the meets Northeast made more points
than all the other schools combined. As this Annual goes to press pefore
many of the important meelts, we shall Write out the schedule now and
you may fill in the results after the important meets. Northeast should
vvin the Kansas Relays, the Missouri State meet, the Kansas Aggie Relay,
and may-be the Drake Relays and the National High School Meet in Chicago,
providing the team is always in excellent condition and no one is crippled
or unable to compete.
Results of Meets
K. C. A. C. Invitation-Northeast 25, Central 12, Westport 10, Manual 4.
K. U.-M. U. Dual Meet-Northeast 23, Westport 12, Manual 9, Central 7.
Missouri Valley Indoor Meet-Northeast 22, Manual 11, Westport 5, Cen
Central-Northeast Dual Meet-Northeast 55, Central 53.
Wentworth-Northeast Dual Meet-Northeast 74, Wenqtworth 19.
K. U. Relays-Northeast won.
Drake Relays-Northeast won 3rd.
Missouri State Meet-Northeast won with 52 points, highest score recorded.
Quad-Northeast, Manual, Westport, Central.
Kansas Aggie Relays-Northeast.
National High School Meet, May 26-Northeast.
Northeast Track Records
50-yard dash ........ .......... I . Swartz ,16, H. Hen-
derson '20, M. Henley '22 205 3,f5
l00-yard dash ........ ....... M . Henley ....... ............ 1 923 ,,... 310
220-yard dash ........ .......... M . Henley ...,.,....,,...... 1923 .,-,, 321 4f5
440-yard dash ...................... K. Lancaster .............,,. 1923 353 3f5
330-yard run ........................ J. Lewondoski ............ 1923 2304
120-yard high hurdles ...... Woodbury .,.., ...,.,.., 1 914 516 AWS
220-yard low hurdles ........ G. Stocker ........ ......... 1 923 ....,.. ..,......... 3 25 4f5
High' jump ........................ H. Hamilton .............. 1920 ....... ....,,.,. 5 ft, 11 in,
BTOaCl jump ........................ K. Lancaster .....,...... 1922 ,.,,,,. ..,.,,,,, f t, 8 in,
P016 Vault ............... .......... K . Lancaster ........,... 1922 ,,..... ,-,,,..., f t, M in,
Shot put .............................. G. Surface ................ 1920 ,...... ,,,,,,,,, if t, 2 in,
Quarter mile relay ........ Henley, B. Cook,
Stocker, Miller .......... 1923 346 3f5
880-yard relay ....... ..,.,.....
Henley, B. Cook,
Stocker, Miller .......... 1923
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THE N OR'EASTER
THE N OR'EASTER
When a girl gives up all candy and voluntarily promises to abstain
from eating all sweets, you may be sure that there is some powerful force
back of that promise, something which will strengthen her will power and
repay her for her sacrifice.
That something is the power of desire for strong, steady limbs which
will enable her to clear the bar at a height hereltofore unheard of. It is
the power which will send her scampering down the track, head up,
breathing easily, ahead of all her opponents.
The season for track has opened with a bang. Every day one may
see the girls, those ever dependable gym girls, jumping, running, throwing,
preparing themselves to contest to their utmost ability for the supremacy
of their class in the annual track meet.
Last year the sophomores won. As a matter of information, let it
be known that the Juniors are going to win this year. But to make it
rnteresting, the others are coming out strong and you will see some fine
work which will keep you guessing until the sophomores pick up the lead
and carry their glorious red banner to victory. ARDENE STEPHENS.
Se. tember 25th 26th and 27th the inter-school tennis tournament was
playedpon the Rockhill courts. The girls team was inexperienced and did
not make a good s'howing but we are working hard on our spring tourna-
ment, and hope to develop some real tennis players by next fall. This is
t ork and be
our only inter-school competition, so, girls, we must get o w
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There were 26 entries for the Singles, and 10 for the doubles of the
tournament. These were "sifted through the net" until finally the follow-
ing team was chosen:
Singles--Charlotte Harper, Virginia Connelly.
Doubles-First team: Maxine Daniels, Margaret Johnson.
Second team: Olive Russell, Gladys Camp-bell.
Mixed Doubles-Winifred Cary, Carroll Ward.
Girls Who Have Won the "N" and Numeral
Numerals and small and large Ns were awarded in the large gymna-
sium on May 23, 1922. We had to make at least two teams to receive
one set of numerals, 75 points earn a small N, 100 points a large Ng 125
'points a seal. The following girls received Numerals: A
Freshman '25 Ardene Stephens Rosalyn Brock Senior '22
Reva Foster Alllcebciulgy H geraltdllneTIli1IaH Dorothy Latham
E1 ' B b Eiza et orna OFO Y Om
Recliigca Sgnbrot , Iva Murphy Iiijrretta fauley
Marjorie Tarwater Sophomore 24 Junior 723 mea Hom l
Dorothy Johnston Katherine Drake Ju -nit Wheeler Mary Fredenck
Mildred Schneider Mabel.OsbO1'1jC Hljenalgowman Ffanceiia Williams
Uafda Newsom Georgla 0 Bflen Edna Gardner Mary Elliott
Zeda Smlfh Kathleen COX Berenice Rutherford Lilly Ballard
Mabel Richart Helen Strickle Qllve Russell
Mildred Day Eva Piper Belle E. Affeid Verna Ayers
Lois Swaney Esther Prescott Vlasti Prather Mary Klaveter
Small Ns-75 points.
Junior-Helen Bowman, Juanita Wheeler.
Senior-Mary Elliott, Linea Holm, Francelia Williams, Mary Klaveter, Emma Day,
Dorothy Frederick, Loretto Cauley, Belle E. Affeld, Verna Ayers.
, La N -100 ' t .
Junior-Juanita Wheeler. rge S Pom S
Senior-Mary Elliott, Linea Holm, Francelia Williams, Mary Klaveter, Emma
Day, Dorothy Latham, Mary Frederick, Loretta Cauley, Belle E. Affeld, Verna Ayers.
Senior-Mary Elliott, Linea Holm, Francelia Williams, Mary Klaveter, Mary Fred-
erick, Verna Ayers.
Girls! Do you know that the girls of Northeast High School play
Do you know there are infielders and outfielders as good as those of
the Kansas City Blues?
Do you know that there are batters that can outshine Babe Ruth in
hitting home runs?
All girls, who are really interested in the game, know by now the
ways to hold their hands in catching a "fly" or "grounder," the way to
hold the bat, and all other rules of baseball, for instance, the ball sticks
in our hands when it reaches them for we have hands of glue instead of
rubber, also when the ball comes in contact with the bat, it sails afar,
for we hit like professionals and not like amateurs.
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BOOK-PLATES DESIGNED BY PUPILS OF THE SENIOR ENGLISH
Lt is a laudable idea in high school journalism to have one or more
sui-generis features that stand out as characteris,tic of some special high
school publication. The accompanying original book-plates were designed
by pupils of Prof. E. D. Phillips, 1922-23 English Literature classes and
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One excellent feature of this work is that it demonstrates a charming
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Too much credit cannot be giiven to Miss Edna Miller, formerly head
of .the department of free-hand drawing and design, before her death, for
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SPECIAL HONOR WINNERS
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CHRISTMAS PLAY CAST
The Christmas Play
The Christmas or Mid-Year play, which has become an annual event
at Northeast, was presented this year on December 8 and 9. It was 3
great success as shown by the large attendance both nights of the pre-
sentation, which represented over three thousand students, parents, and
teachers. The play, "The Witching Hour," deals with superstition,
psychological phenomena, and the power of suggestion, conscious and
unconscious. The action of the play is contained in four acts-and breath-
less suspense was maintained until the drop of the curtain at the end of
the last act. The scene is laid in Louisville, Kentucky, and naturally
there was a gambler and a murder to complicate the plot.
An especially notable fact was that a double girls's cast was used.
The cast in order of their appearance:
Joe --....---..................... ......... P aul Hodges
Jack Brookfield .......... .... ,,.. ,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, H a r Old Taylgr
Tom Denning ............................,,.,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, john Barnes
Harvey ...................................................................... Alex Altergott
Mrs. Alice Campbell ........ Josephine Abbott, Verda Strickler
Mrs. Helen Whipple ........ Frances Turpin, Mary A. Patterson,
' Iva Murphy, Florence Benson
Clay Whipple .......................................................... Le Roy Smith
Frank Hardmuth .......... .................................. F red Holmes
Lew F.llinger ............. ....... L larry Stockwell
Justice Prentice ............ ....... C larence Barnickel
Justice Henderson ,,..... ........ W illiam Horowitz
Servant ......................... ............. M erton Diels
Colonel Bayley ....... ................ I oe ,lenett
Mr, Emmett .......,....................,............................... Charles Palmer
, Josephine Abbott, Frances Turpin, and Florence Benson played on
Friday, the eighth. The next night Verda Strickler, Mary Agnes Patter-
son, and Iva Murphy played the girl's roles.
Critics were unanimous in their praise. Mr. Stigall pronounced the
play the very best high school play he had ever seen. Many former
students and visitors from other schools, as well as parents and students
who were present, gave fine compliments to the players. i
Mr. Harold B. Taylor, Clarence Barnickel and Miss Frances Turpin
received special notice from the press and spectators, for their professional-
like acting in their exceedingly difficul.t roles. ' ,
The success of the play is due to a large extent to the efforts of Miss
Helen Hobbs, the coach. Too much credit and recognition cannot be
given her. 1 ,
We hope that more such plays will be given at Northeast in the future.
' DOROTHY CUSTENBORDER,
Tl I E NOR'EASTER
Maxine Daniels, Editor.
We are pleased to acknowledge receipt of the following exchanges during the
The Beacon, Cleveland High School, St. Louis, Mo.
The Buzzer, Argentine High School, Kansas City, Kans.
The Baker Orange, Baker University, Baldwin, Kans.
The Bentonian, Benton High School, St. joseph, Mo.
The Buckshot, Blackwell High School, Blackwell, Okla.
The Call, Northwestern High School, Detroit, Michigan.
Central High News, Central High School, Minneapolis, Minn.
The Colt, Northwestern High School, Detroit, Mich.
The Comet, West Division High School, Milwaukee, Wis.
Commerce, High School of Commerce, Springfield, Mass.
The Crimson, Dupont Manual Training High School, Louisville, Ky.
The Excelsiorite, Excelsior Springs High School, Excelsior Springs, Mo.
The Gleam, Johnson High School, St. Paul, Minn.
High School Buzz, Hutchinson High School, Hutchinson, Kans.
Incubator, Lexington High School, Lexington, Mo.
The Kansas City Collegian, Juni-or College, Kansas City, Mo.
Knox Student, Knox College, Galeslburg, Ill.
Labetta, Labetta High School, Alamont, Kans.
The Luminary, Central High School, Kansas City, Mo.
Manual Arts Weekly, Manual Arts High School, Los AngclCS, Cal.
The Manualite, Manual Training High School, Kansas City, Mo.
Maroon and White, Austin High School, Chicago, Ill.
Mirror, Central High School, Lima, Ohio fmonthlyb.
M-M-A Eagle, Missouri Military Academy, Mexico, Mo.
'The Mountaineer, Butte High School, Butte, Mont.
'The Nor-Win, Norwin High School, Irwin, Pa.
Ocean Breeze, Weatherwax High School, Aberdeen, Wash.
Optimist, Atchison High School, Atchison, Kans.
The Ottawa Campus, Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kans.
Pantagraph, Kansas City High School, Kansas City, Kans.
Pasadena Chronicle, Pasadena High School, Pasadena, Cal.
Record, North High School, Worcester, Mass.
Rensselaer Polytechnic, Troy, New York.
The Reporter, Parsons High School, Parsons, Kans.
S'tudent Life, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.
South High Beacon, South High School, Cleveland, Ohio.
The W. M. A. Trumpeter, Wentworth Military Academy, Lexington, Mo.
The University Daily Kansan, Kansas University, Lawrence, Kans.
The VVashburn Review, Washburn College, Topeka, Kans.
Wm. Jewell Student, VVm. Jewell College, Liiberty, Mo.
Park College, Parkville, Mo.
The Westport Crier, VVestport High School, Kansas City, Mo.
The Yale Record, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.
The Boyertown, Boyertown School News, Boyertown, Pa.
The Blue "J,"' Junction City High School, junction City, Kans.
Yale Alumni Weekly, New Haven, Conn.
The Scribbler, Ft. Scott Junior College and High School, Ft. Scott, Kans.
Hillsdale Collegian, Hillsdale, Mich.
The Rambler, Alexander Graham High School, Charlotte, N. Car.
The Tooter, South High School, Omaha, Nebraska.
School Times, Springfield, Mo.
The u-c-Pepe, University High School, University, Mo.
The Antler, Hartford High School, Hartford, Ky.
The Purple and Gray, Burlington High School, Burlington, Ia.
The Olathean, Olathe High School, Olathe, Kans.
Liberty Bell, Liberty High School, Liberty, Mo.
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Mr. Clifford H. Nowlin, Principal.
Miss Wallace Armstrong
Miss Penelope Dobyns
Miss Annis Elliott
Miss Gladys Gaylord
Miss Frances Zimmerman
Mr. Martin Doyle
Mr. Sidney J. Lasley
Mr. John Wahlstedt
Miss Augusta Gufler
Miss Mildred Rose
Miss Martha Abbott
Miss Margaret .De Forest
Miss Eva Van Natta
Miss Pauline Wettstein
Mrs. L. C. Lockwood
Miss Mary Baxter
Mrs. Helen Farmer
Miss Esta Malter
Miss Maude Phillips
Miss Hester Towles
Miss Helen Wamsley
Mr. Charles H. Miller
Miss Florence Staples
Miss Eleanor A. Thomas
Miss Virginia McClure
Miss Martha Singleton
Miss Pearl jenkins
Miss Celia Waring
Miss Lottie Cell
Miss Nelle Bradford
Miss Mary Slater
Mr. J. Carl Cohlmeyer
Miss Ethel Mealey
Miss Beatrice Heibel
Miss Emilie Chorn, Clerk
Miss Mildred Harrall, Assistant Clerk
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Billie Van Dyke
Mary Jane Wilmeth
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David Oliver Smart
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George S't. Clair
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Gladys Mae Hall
Lola Mae Hamilton
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Maxie Clare Maddox
Edna Lou Marvin
Edith McClary J
Helen Marie Owens
Linnie Pearl Scotten
Mary Etta Shanks
'Anna Maud Sharp
Clara Bell Sparks
Cleo Esther Stowers
Edna May Taylor
Minnie Lee Wood
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HIGHEST SEMESTER HONOR ROLL.
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GENERAL SEMESTER HONOR ROLL.
Mary De Rubertis
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First Annual Junior Jubilee
Oh boy !' were you one of the thousands that jammed the halls of
Northeast High School March 23? Oh yes, everyone went to the junior
jubilee. First you elbowed your way to the pop stand, then you shoved
and shoved until you could hear the fortune teller's mystic message.
Barkers with their raucous calls urged you on to other sideshows. Pretty
girls in purple and white caps and aprons busily plied their wares of
peanuts and candy. Then you took a trip around the world. Of course,
it was such a flying trip you didn't see much, but anyway youive been.
When you got back you went to see the pyramids which were built under
the direction of Mr. Cohlmeyer, architect. Real, living pyramids they
were, too. Wasn't the incubator baby in the winter circus the cutest
little thing you ever saw? He had such pretty red cheeks and hair.
Barnum and Bailey themselves couldnlt have equaled this circus. Then
you saw the dramatic producti-on of "The Moor's Legacy," where the
good Pedro Gil was beset by his scolding wife and the cunning barber,
and the cruefl deputy, and the grasping judge. And you saw him finally
triumph in carrying off his gold and precious jewels.
But now it was time to go t-o the operetta and you were almost
too late to get a seat. Those who lingered longer in the halls were more
unfortunate than you and found themselves being merged with t-he plas-
ter of the walls until Mr. Nowlin came to the rescue and thinned them
out by announcing that the side shows would be run free fortthose who
could not get seats for the operetta. Then the curtain rose and Miss
Wettstein's well trained choruses, assisted by Miss Mealey's dancers,
showed how Dame Needy lived with her many children in the Old Shoe.
Laura Sargent realistically played the role of the mother. Dame Needy
was ably assisted in her care of the younger children by her oldest
daughter, Meg, Lucile Weblb. Nadine Carlisle made a winsome Angelina,
the sick little neighbor girl, wh-o was discovered by the landlord's daugh-
ter, Lily Qwhom we know as Kathleen Burnsj, and taken to the hills
where the fresh air cured her lungs. Meg's seven sisters were Ruth
Campbell, Virginia Frederich, Ella McCance, Alice Ziegelg Mary De Rub-
ertis, Faye Boyd and Helen Smith. The brothers, whose parts were taken
by Howard Adams, Robert Burdick, and some of the other boys in Twi-
light Alley made things lively for Dame Needy and the girls. They would
play ball and robber and get in the dirt. They even planned to burn
the Old Shoe because everybody hated it, but finally they bent their
energies to the capture of the Black Bogie, Smoke, which was the bane
of their mother's life, and went up in an aeroplane after him. When
they returned the evening paper was out announcing the action by the
council that a smloke consumer would be put on every chimney. As
Lily had decided to enlist her father to help in cleaning up the Old Shoe,
much of the gloom was taken out of everybody,s life. As soon as the
curtain descended on the spirit of the muses, King Carnival reigned again.
Everyone rushed for the side shows.
Of course no one believes all the fish tales he hears, but, honestly,
such ueer fish as you caught that night were never caught from a pond
befor? There were little lbaves of. bread, cookies, breakfast bfoolds, cfaigly
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fish pond the mermaids had their market where fishermen bought dolls,
handkerchiefs and souvenirs of the ju-bilee. Would you believe it! In "The
Dream of a Movie Fiend", Rudolph Valentino danced ,the Argentine tango
and Charlie Chaplin, Jackie Coogan, and other famous stars were there
in person. Thousands thronged to see them. And you got a chicken
dinner for five cents, a real chicken dinner, too. Think of iltl You were
among those that crowded to see Dr. Pill in "The Passing Show," and
the old maid, the old fashioned girl, the sissy boy, the widow, the flap-
per, the grind, and all the others who passed you by only too quickly.
You liked that show, d-idnit you? Then you saw "The Ginties" sing and
dance and entertain the crowd. King Tut, slumbering on the fourth
floor, was aroused from his sleep of thirty-five centuries by the clamor
of those who came to see the relics of his tomb, and his glittering jewels.
Perhaps the voices of Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Shean as they gazed in
amazement at the treasures, had something to do with the awakening
of old Tut and his miumm-ified wives.
Our first Junior Jubilee was a great Success, great in the interest
shown by the community, great in the quality of the program, great in
the spirit of good humor that prevailed. Tncidentally, more th-an nine hun-
dred dollars came into our empty treasury.
Every teacher pushed, and every pupil boosted. That's why we went
over the top.
FINE ARTS CLUB!!!
Where? Room 413.
When? Every other Friday.
What? A Fine Arts Club, under the direction of Miss De Forest.
We're a music class, but a club of -all fine arts. We have written
plays and given a musical program in the Senior High music apprecia-
tion classes. We are now fbeginning a study of pictures and are planning
hikes and many good times where we will learn much of nature and
It pays to take music first hour in 413.
MARGARET JOHNSTON, Reporter.
The first hour physiology class has organized into a clufb and taken
the name "Praesidi Corporis," which means, "Guardians of the Body.
Although the Clurb is made up entirely of-girls, we have much pep,
enthusiasm and school spirit, part of which we inherit from our busy, hard
Wgfking teacher, Miss Towles. This we proved by winning the first prize,
a delicious cake for selling the most tickets to the Junior Jubilee. We
sold one hundred and sixty-four tickets to the operetta, making 341.00
Our side show entitled, "The Dream of a Movie lfiend, attracted
about one thousand people, but owing to the fact that we gave it free
to over three hundred people, we collected only 33425. Our total earn-
ings for the Junior Jubilee fund were 37525.
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The Girl Reserves
The.only large organization for girls alone in Northeast Junior High
School, is the Girl Reserves.
The club was organized last fall under the supervision of Miss Mar-
garet Lahr, the secretary from the Young Women's Christian Associa-
tion. There are now fifty-two members, the number which will be
greatly increased before the end of the school term.
The meetings have been very interesting and 'beneficial to all. They
occur every two weeks. Une of the most interesting was the World Fel-
lowship. Each girl taking part represented a country. She dressed as do
the natives of that country and gave a recitation about it. Some of
the costumes were very, picturesque, and some were extremely queer.
At the initiation, the advisers held a ribbon of white crepe paper in
the form. of a ,triangle, whose three sides signify the
and physical development of the girls. The girls, each holding a small
white candle, stood within the triangle and repeated the
purpose of the Girl Reserves. Then each of them, in
candle from the large white candle representing the
which stood on the taible. They then marched off t-he
ing their lights as they went.
The officers of the club are as follows: President,
code, slogan, and
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Light of Christ,
Kathryn Daniels 5
Vice-President, Ruth Campbellg Secretary, Winifred Hadley, Treasurer,
Frances DuBois, Keeper of the Seals, Ella McCanceg Publicity Chairmen,
Lois Burdett, Nadine Carlisle.
The advisers are: Miss Elliott, Miss Armstrong,
Phillips, Miss Baxter, Miss McClure, Miss Dobyns.
Miss Rose, Miss
The keeper of the seal is the girl who takes charge of the -honors.
Each honor is a deed which will in some way beautify the lives of the
girls who complete it. Honors are easily won by any girl and are classed
in health, knowledge, service, and spirit. After having won the useful
smaller awards, a ring of hammered silver, with "G, R." in a small triangle
We are anticipating a splendid time at the Young Women's Christian
Association in the near future. After swimming from twelve o'clock
until one, we are to have lunch there.
Miss Abbott, the art ins.tructor. is not an adviser but she deserves
a vote of thanks for her willingly given services in poster work.
Comments from active members of the club:
"The Girl Reserves has given me a higher mental standardf' Helen
"The Girl Reserves has shown me the way to appreciate the beau-
tiful." Frances DuBois.
"Through the Girl Reserves, I have gained a deeper respect for my
word." Kathryn Daniels.
"The Girl Reserves has given me many opportunities to serve othersf'
First ROW-Ton-D l
1 un eavy, Foehlinger, Keiper. Highly, I-I. Gray, Dolgenow, Peoples Sliinn.
Second Row-Pemberton, Bull, L, Allen, Miss Gufler, I-Iorrell, K. Baker, Sparles.
'Fhird Row-Springer. M. Burns, Wise, R. Waters, Preston, M. Smith, Burdette.
Junior High Student Council
The Junior High Student Council has been for the most part a
boosting organization this year. We have boosted the basket ball games,
the safety movement, the Nor'easter, Junior jubilee, and too many other
things to mention here. We meet every two weeks on Wednesday morn-
ing in room 308 for a half hour or longer if necessary, with Mr. Nowlin
T-he officers are: President, Houston Sides, Vice-President, Don
Alexander, Secretary, Lois Wise, Executive Committee, Lorene Lilley
and Douglas Gale.
Several of the teachers have, at different -times, visited the meetings
and given interesting talks. We have, in these meetings, studied school
problems and have had lessons in salesmanship and extemporaneous speak-
It will be with sadness, I am sure, that the first Student Council of
Nort'heast junior High leaves its interesting meetings and its adviser,
Prof. C. H. Nowlin.
LOIS WISE, Secretary.
BRIEF- BITS OF NEWS.
The clothing classes of junior High made gingham dresses of vari-
ous colors and styles, for spring.
The sewing classes taught by Miss Rose adopted an imaginary family,
for which they planned and furnished a house. They planned the cloth-
ing, especially for the girl who is supposed to attend junior High. The
food classes are planning the menus for this make-believe family.
The clothing classes made the dancing costumes which were used in
The cake which was given to the class that sold the most tickets
for the operetta, was made by all of the food classes of Miss Rose and
Miss Gufler. The cake was reported to be extraordinarily good, which
shows that the saying, "too many hands spoil the dough,', does not
apply in every case.
The upils in Miss Van Natta's expression classes have completed a
round of scenes from Shakespeare's plays.
All the N-or'easter articles prepared by Junior High pupils were neatly
typewritten by members of Miss Bradford's classes. i
The pupils of the art department under the direction of Miss Abbott,
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helped to make the Iulbilee a success by painting scenery an 'ma ing
placards and posters. They made fifty-five posters, many of which were
The first hour art class in Room 400 has organized the "Handcraft
Clu1b.', The president is Joe Brewer. Instead of having programs'on
club days, the memfbers do advanced work such as polychrome and bronzing.
First second and third prizes for selling the largest amount of candy
at the Itinior Juzbilee went to Viola Edgar, Sarah Ruth Eisman and Irene
Competition between the classes for the honor of selling the largest
number of tickets to the Junior Jubilee was very keen. The first prize,
a large cake, went to the first hour physiology class, taught by Miss
Towles. The second and third prizes, which consisted of candy and peanuts,
were won by the first hour classes of Miss Phillips and Miss Leibengood.
Have you seen those beautiful tied and dyed bandana handkerchiefs?
Perhaps you've asked us where we bought them and were quite aston-
ished ,when you learned that we made them. Mayfbe you wonder who we
are. We are some of the members of the third hour Art Clu-b of room 400.
Members of the Art Club have made many things this year. Some are
useful, some beautiful, and others both useful and beautiful.
Some of them. are: Parchment shades, poster work, cartooning, tied
and dyed bandana handkerchiefs, p-olychrome, spatter work and linoleum
At every meeting we have learned something and are looking for
new worlds to conquer.
The alert English Cluib of Miss Jenkins' room dramatized an English
play called "I'll Try." The purpose in view was to make technicali-ties
of English grammar less difficult and to vitalize everyday English.
The civics classes of Miss Jenkins' room have organized into four
clubs which have been doing interesting and profitable work. Programs
have been given and trips have been made to different institutions of in-
terest to civic students. There exists a spirit of friendly rivalry among
the four clubs that has resulted in active competition for things worth
The clubs of the first term undertook a number of helpful activities
at the Christmas seasong namely, the bringing of happiness into the life
of a little invalid girl, .the making of gifts to needy families, and to one
of the ,charitable institutions of Kansas City. These 'pupils also contrib-
uted a neat sum to the scholarship fund and have given four copies of
Longan's Parliamentary Law to the Northeast Branch Li'brary.
The second term pupils gave a part of their funds to the Patriots and
Pioneer Movement. The members of the civics clubs have endeavored
to live up to the purposes expressed in their constitution which are as
follows: To pxlomote interest in civic affairs, to help the members to
understand some of the fundamentals of parliamentary law, and to help
them to become better citizens.
First Row-Top-Ashcraft, Bastian, Pulley, Ebert, V. Jones, Hahn, Morgan, Showalter, Anello, Hancock, Harris, Underwood, Ells-
A Hale Hod es Griswold Ragsdale Davis White Dickhout Hale Billings Stephens McDaniel
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Third Row-H. Miller, W .Kern Winans, Feagans. Sowers, Perrigo, Hartwell, Stobaugh, Brewer, Tensinger, Sides, Mayes.
Fourth Row-Husted, Wycoff. V. Brown, Leritz, L. Williams, Farlow, Cary, Beard. Hutley, Lytle.
NORTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH BASKET BALL TEAM
First Row-Top-Geabhart. Hartwell, Perrigo, Bowman, Dickhout CCaptain-electb.
Second Row-Hahn V. Jones, Cohlmeyer, G. Baird, Stephens.
V. JOHQS, Uohlmeyer, lj. balru, mtepneub
JUNIOR HIGH BASKET BALL
The big thing in basket ball is not the securing of the larger score,
nor the vanquishing of the opposing team. However desirable these
objectives may be, there are other things of high importance which should
not be overlooked. The manner in which the score is made is the real
test of basket ball. The way in which the game is played determines the
value of the sport both from the standpoint of t-he spectator and from
the standpoint of the players. Coach Cohlmeyer succeeded this year in
building into his team that fineness and goodness and subtle quality,
which lifts basket ball from the plane of science to the plane of art.
When we consider th-at our team is only a junior high school team,
with little or no preyious experience on which to build, the achieve-
ments of our boys and the way in which they played the game give us
just grounds for being proud of them. Their floor work, their aggressive-
ness, their strategy and unerring shots were of the highest order. They
kept the ball always moving toward the goal. They provided plenty
of thrills for the rootersg they played the game fast, accurately, and with
apparent ease, Cool headwork, superior generalship, and fine sportsman-
ship were always present. There were no stars, or rather be it said
that o-ur team were all stars, for the team was well balanced, each player
playing his place well.
We regret, of' course, that our team did not secure first place in the
Junior High School League but we have no regret as to the brand of
basket ball they played, for the Northeast Junior High School team easily
outplayed' ,every competitor of equal size and weight. They played a
good clean game of the genuine Northeast type.
The Northeast Juniors won second place in the Junior League.
THE SEASON'S GAMES.
V Score Score
Northeast Junior .,.. ........... 2 0 N01'fhe3St Junior ---------- 10
Argentine High .,-.- ,,,,,,,,,, 1 4 Senior Reserves ...... .------ 9
Northeast Junior ...... ....... 7 N01'thf335'C JUMOY --------- ---------- 2 4
K. C., Kaus., .Junior ,,.,,,,,,,, 10 K. C., Kans., Junior ..... ......23
Northeast Junior ..... ........... 3 2 N01'thC35t Junior ---- """"" 2 6
Wggtpoft Junior ,,,,,.. ..,.... 5 Westport Junior ------- --'----"" 1 3
N-Ortheagt junior ,,,, ..,..,,,.. 2 5 Northeast Ju11iOr ---------- 25
Central Junior -.---. ,,--,-- 4 Central Junior ........ ----------- 1 5
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Manual Freshmen -.---'-------"---.--- ----.---P---4-- 1 9 Mg11ua1 Freshlllell .......... ..--------- 1 8
Total points scored by opponents. 130: by N0ffhC9-St JUIUOYS, 193
HOUSTQN SIDES, Reporter.
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Husted, Dodson, Van Vleck, Wherry
JUNIOR PHYSICAL EDUCATION.
Some people may think the Junior High girls have not done much
in athletics this year, but the following activities in which we have
engaged will show what success has met our efforts and what we have
accomplished for our first year in Northeast Junior High.
Swimming classes are held on Monday and Wednesday of each week.
Our instructor, Miss Mealey, made a schedule which every girl must
complete in order to secure a satisfactory grade. Every girl must be
able to float on face and back, do alternating back stroke, simple back
stroke, scull feet foremost, head foremost, pick up object on bottom of
pool in four feet of water, submerge ten consecutive times exhaling under
water, under arm stroke, rolling log, doubling floating, over arm slide,
standing front dive, and swim for ten minutes without stopping. A
swimming meet was held April sixteenth.
On Tuesday of each week games were played or ,track events were held.
The Junior High girls, basketball team. was very good.
We were always glad to see Thursday and Friday of each week come
around as that is the time we are taught aesthetic dancing and folk danc-
ing. May 25 a spring festival program was held, the name being "The
Golden Wish." Each girl in the department participated.
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57' Locals I K' I
JAMES' PICKERING, Editor
JACK BENSON, Associate Editor
Teacher-"Arthur, why don't you put your report card in your book
so that you wonlt forget it? Where do you keep it?"
Arthur A.-"Why, I keep it on the dresser where I sleep."
On History Paper-"Some men and boys in Boston threw snow-balls
at the British soldiers, which irrigated them so much that they killed a
number of our citizens."
Raymond Oldham-"I read some Poems by Shakespeare and a poet
named 'Anonf I never heard of him before."
Wade-"Floral means pertaining ,to the floor."
William Atkins-"A coquette is somelthing good to eat." Who is she,
Ora Ward, very seriously, after completing her part in a scene in the
Expression Class: "Miss Van Natta, it isn't my fault if Richard won't
take my hand."
Freshie, reading from his English text: "A flock of cows flew over
the field." He should have said "crows"
Teacher-"All those who are absent today will please put up your
X A. FINANCIAL NEWS.
Financial Editor: I have recently bought a lo.t of German Marks.
VVhat shall I do? RODOLPH HAPKE.
Mr. Hapke: Both men look good and it only waits for the referee's
decision ,to determine who beats! THE EDITOR.
Financial Editor: I wish to buy a bond for my 'little girl for her birth-
day. What iissuegdo you suggest? BENNY TAYLOR.
Mr. Taylor: Sz former are pretty good, though the printing is
better on some ofthe Alaskan roads. Municipal bonds would be interest-
ing for a child, if only for the pictures. THE EDITOR.
Dedicatedl to Miss Olive Bell. p
The Sponsor Major passed by .the target range
The Cadets were all entranced,
In fact, she looked so very cute-
The bullets even glanced.
THE N OR'EASTER
LION' TAMERS CLUB.
Motto 1 "Oowah."
Flowers: "Tiger tooth violet."
Colors: All colors, but mostly white.
Big Cheese ......... ........ I ames Pickering Big Cheese Knife .,,,.,,,-,,,-,,,, REQ Richman
Lim'bl1I'gC1' -...-- ...... ...... J a ck Benson . Chief Snieller ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, "Benny" Taylor
V Members by Cheeses.
Luderkranz ......,................... Rudolph Hapke Swiss Cheese ,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,Elbert Darlington
EichmaniRoquefort Camenbert Harris
Cream Cheese ................................ Harry Hill Brick Cheese ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,Mansuf Haynes
Ray Marshall Warner Lantz Beans Barnickel Wilbur Fisher
Ed Boyd Don I-Iusted john McGrew
Paul Tandy: "On account of-the heavy fog, I was late."
Mr. Snell: "Yes, I guess the halls were so full of fog, several of
the students went downstairs instead of up."
If the Moon had a son would the skyrocket?
If Massachusetts gave away her New Jersey what would Delaware?
Did the proud dame who swept down the aisle use a carpet sweeper?
If the office boy can hug the stenographer can the pen holder?
Do potato mashers attend potato balls?
Did the lobster turn red because it saw the salad dressing?
If all -the dogs in town bark tonight will Chesapeake Bay?
If all the stars salute the sltatue of Liberty, would the Ocean wave?
Rosy's latest crush is out of town. Take care, boys, take care!
Miracles That Might Happen.
Winifred Hadley stop smiling.
Fred Shea growing short.
Pearl Pound not getting her lessons.
Mr. Nowlin stop trying to please every one.
Dorothy Schultz getting thin. i G .
Miss Slater calling girls in French class Madamoiselles instead Senori-
Ruthanne Kuhn going to bed before 12 o'clock.
Mary Etta Shanks losing a friend.
Houston Sides talking slowly.
Helen Griffey walking fast.
Marion Young's hair staying down.
Dorothy Wright growing tall.
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Office Boy-What do you think I am, a squirrel?
Mistress Qto Maryj-Are these fish fresh?
Mary-Yes mum, the boy just brought -them.
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Dick-I never tasted any. -
Golfer Qto Caddyl-Sonny, did you mark the ball?
Caddy-No, sir, I didn't have a pencil.
- Elmer James Q-to a girl with curly hairj-You sure have pretty hair,
but it is so wavy that it makes me seasick.
A man once to-ok eight lbooks out of the library and a bright sopho-
more remarked, "is that Harold Taylor's father?"
Mr. iHibbs Qin Sociologyfl-In some of the larger apartments they
don't allow Vic,trolas, pianos, babies, and other animals.
Lilliian-Who is that boy you were talking to?
Lillian--Oh, I thought it was a friend.
Hold-up Man-Give me your basketball ticket or your life.
Bright Freshie-Take my life then, pardner, I wouldn't miss a series
"The Sheik of Kansas"-A title sometime given coach before last
OUR HALL OF FAME.
School Clown ..... .........................,...............,..,...,,..,,, .,,.,,,,
Ol' Blowhard .....
Man Hater ..,.,,..
Girl Hater .........
School Infant ........
Biggest Heart ......
Biggest Eater ..........
Most Bashful .....
Mule Driver .......
....... Jack Benson'
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5 School Opens,
5 Election of Cheer Leaders.
9 First Footfball Assembly.
14 First Football Game-JTied Manual.
18 Rooters Club Meeting,
Z1 Second ,Football Game-Westport beat us.
23 Hjimmyn Price entertains with a Scotch
28 Third Football Game-Central wins.
Alpha Dance. '
31 First rainy day of school year,
4 We 'beat Manual-12-0.
6 Pep assembly.
7 Election day-Hurrah for Andy Gump!
10 Northeast Lion Tamers organized.
11 We beat Westport.
13 Dr. Kellemg speaks in' Assembly,
Bonfire Celebration that night.
15 Thetas give p-lay-"Hop O' My Thumb."
17 Senior Cane day-Many lame-ducks.
18 Last Football Game-Central 18, North-
Z1 Junior-Senior Mixer.
24 Shakespeare Club Dance CBenny, Pick and
Harry try a trip to the moonj.
27 First Nor'easter out.
28 Russia elects Bolsheviks, 1917.
29 K. U. Band entertains in Assembly.
30 Thanksgiving Day.
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4 Prof, Taylor of New York speaks in As-
5 Senior-Sophomore Mixer
8-9 "Witching Hour."
12 Spanish Club Mixer.
14 Senior election.
15 Mr. Nugent speaks in Assembly.
16 Mathematics Clufb Dance.
20 Christmas Nor'easter out.
22 Alpha feast in Lunch Room.
23 Northeast Society of Debate entertains.
Alpha Alumni Dance.
27 Alumni-Northeast Game-28-18.
1 Treble Clef Alumni Dance.
5 Northeast-Lawrence Game,
12 First Basket Ball game.
13 Art Club presents "A S'up'erstitious Party."
19 French Club Play.
20 "Mont Martre Frolic" given by Les Pen-
26 Treble Clef "School Days" program in As-
27 Second Basket Ball game.
1 Third Basket Ball game.
5 Delta Play.
6 Student Council Election.
9 Parent-Teacher Program.
12 Dr. Fifield gives a talk on Lincoln.
16 Fourth Basket Ball game.
17 K. C. A. C. Indoor Meet! Hurrah for us!
21 Commercial Club Party.
23 Clionians give a dance.
Girls' Basket Ball Tourney.
2 Spanish Club gives an old fashioned Barn
3 Last Basket Ball game,
9 Dr. Armour presents the banner to the
R. O. 'T. C.
14 George Deniston receives his laurels in
a-. .a..r1- a..-.bigriy--l., ans. ,I-.,i.Y-..,,r.,,. I-WH qua, T- K , H . -N, X, .M X 1
16 Boys' Debate. i In 3. l
17 Inter-Club Dance. ' s 0
19 Judge Latshaw speaks in Assembly. '-
23 Junior High holds "Jubilee" 7 Q
24 Missouri Valley Meet. 'tr J
28 Telephone Co. instructs on "How to use 1 71
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29 Inter-Class track meet.
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7 Dual Track Meet-Northeast and Central. -
9 Alpha-Debater Play.
13 Literary Contest.
14 Inter-Society Dance.
20 Military Circus R. O, T. C., Convention
21 Theta Party. '., , ' AN'M"TW
Kansas Relay' A V. N3-4' N Qsuuwaomuxevl
23 President Bainter of J. C. speaks. + a J,
27 Northeast Night, 5 i j ' 'L
28 Music Contest. C
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4 G. H. S. C. Banquet.
5 Parent-Teacher Entertainment.
Missouri High School Day.
11-12 Senior Play, "Clarence"
12 Quadrangular Track Meet. f
14 Dramatic Art Class Play. Z .hail '
18 Senior Day Program in Assembly.
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25 Last Day for Seniors.
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7 Senior High Commencement.
8 Last Day of School. 8
9 VACATION ! l !
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Among us Mortals
Name Chief Fault
Le Roy Smith ........ ........ . Talks too much ....... .......
Frank Miller ................... Sheik' ................... .......
Harry Stockwell ........... .Curly hair ........
Bernice Rutherford ...,,,, .Too tall .,,.,..
jack McFall ..................... .Nonsense .....
Helen Gruver ........
Ruth Hogan ........
Alex Altergott ......
Martie Robinson ............. .Rudy ...........
George Deniston .............. Absence .....
Olive Bell ,,.,...... - ........ .Coupe .......
Vaughn Taylor - ..... N '
-Ability to argue
Seaman-Is that hash they have so often for us at mess hard to make?
Mess Sergeant-Well, you see they don't really make it, it accumulates.
Miss Guyer-What is a financial panic?
Shorty-Scarcity of money. A
Miss Guyer-That being the case I'm panic stricken all the time.
Miss Guyer-Now all of youse-
Ex-Members of Bachelor Club, Attention
If you don't feel just right
If you canit sleep at night
If you moan and sigh
If your throat is dry
If you can't smoke or drink
If your grub tastes like ink
If your hear-t doesn't beat
If you've got cold feet
If your head's in a whirl
Why don't you marry the girl?
Miss Van Metre-What is a banshee?
Bright Pupil-A 'banshee is a cheer leader of a funeral.
Official Accounts of the Nor'easter Staff
Embossed St11fiOI1ery for Staff Meinibers ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.-..--.' 3 250.00
Extra Society and Club Pin-s for "their friendsi' .... ,,,, 3 5,00
AUOFHCY Fees after Literary Contest ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,. 125.00
Gasoline, Oil, Tires, etc, ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,.,4,,,,- A-,---..--- 3 75.50
General Expense for Staff Party ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 750.25
Taxicab expense .,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,r,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,,,,4,,,,-,,,,, P 945.55
F1111-dress suits, Tuxedos, decolletes, etc .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 525,76
Editor, personal expense ........,....,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 988.00
Recreation Ccigars, candy, flowers, pool, dinners, etch ....... 1,375.14
Mahogany Office Furniture and Oriental Rugs ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 995.00
Trips to Sheffield, Missouri, by E. B. Eichman ...,,,,,..,,...,,,.., 222,22
Senior President Campaign Expense .......,,,...,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 177.75
Advertising in the Kansas City Spotlight ..,.,,.,........,,,,,,,,,, 450,00
Eversharp Pencils and Fountain Pens .............,..........,,..,,,..... ,, 200,13
Yacht for Lion Taniers South American Expedition ...... , 50,000 93
Horses and Pistols for Staff Members ............................... 2,666.11
Printing the Nor'easter .........................................,................. ,, 1.98
Engraving for the Nor'easter ...................
Surplus and Undivided Profits ......
TOTAL ,,,,.............,...,,.....,..,...,........................,................. ....................,........,...., ,,,,.,.,, s 2 pm?
NOTE--Additional expenses by Staff Member-s
will be listed in the Fall Number of the Norleaster.
incurred during vacation period
Regular Advertising ...... ....................................,.,.......,,..........,,,............,. ........ S 2 ,000,000.98
Photography .,,....,..,....,.,,.........,,. . ......,,,,. ,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,...,.,,,,,, , .... 9,500.00
Alpha I-Iush Money ....,...,,..........,,,....................,......,.,,.,.,,,..,,,..,,.,,,,. .,.............. . 800.00
Shakespeare Mad Money tDebater Party, per S. R.-F. HJ .......... 800.15
Pledges and Contributions from Alumni ............................................. 3,600.25
Left Over Fund from last year's Staff ,......,...,,,........,.,..,,,.,.......,....... 65,756.52
S'a1e of Nor'easters .........................................l. ..... 6 450
Miscellaneous ,.,..... , .......,,.,....,,,,........................ .... - 24
TOTAL ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,..............,...........,, ...................................................... S ???-??
Deficit, about ..........,...............................................,.................----.... 343,793.97
Respectfully submitted by the Nor'easter Staff of 1922-1923.
HAROLD B. TAYLOR, Editor,
EDGAR B. EICHMAN, Business Manager.
Razz-I bet I can make you say-No, I havenit.
Matazz-I betch' you can't.
Razz-Well, if you went into a restaurant, which would you ask for,
Matazz-Why coffee, of course.
Razz-Oh, youlve heard this one.
Matazz-Oh, no, I haven't.
Mr, Davis Qto a Cadetj-Sit up, boy. Just because you Wear a uni-
form, you don't carry an army Cot.
Cliff Jordan-Gee, these seats are hard to sleep in.
Ed Eichman trying to dash. out. of Chemistry.. .
Mr. Davis-Sit down, you a1n't in a freshman JOIUCTY C1355-
links-How did you get that paint on your trousers?
Spinks-I didn't, I got the trousers on the paint when I sat down.
It is easy enough to be happy
When life is a bright rosy wreath
But the man worth while
Is the man who can smile
When the dentist is filling his teeth.
Lady-I'm worried about my complextion, doctor. Look at my face!
Doctor-You'll have to diet.
Lady-I never thought of that. What color would suit me best?
Riff-I jest read an account of two girls getting lost in the Alps in
Raff-Terrible, were they frozen to death?
Iaff-No, they warmed themselves on mountain ranges.
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"Benny" Taylor without his "specks?"
Olive Bell without a smile?
"Bobbie" I-Iarris without a bright crack?
Warny I-Iusted withoup pep?
Jack Van Uleck separated from a grin?
Rudy Hapke with 'his hair mussed up?
Shorty Marshall not hunting Mads?"
"j'ohnny,' Barnes without a new joke?
Manseur Haines without his muffler?
We never did!
Mr. Pinkney-What is a fly wheel?
M. T.-A fly wheel is a bicycle on which a fly rides.
When a man says that he will think it over he means he will go
home and consult his wife. i
Miss Murdock-What is that, thunder?
Johnny McGrew-No, that is Bickford running around the track.
Mr. Davis-The earth isn't a sphere.
Cye McColgin-No, it is a trapezoid.
Teacher-Children, would you rather come to order or after school?
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When is Eugene Frank
Why did Edward Scarritt
Who did Charles Slaughter
How did Nadine Reed
When is Raymond Marshall
Can Nellie Cook
Why is Bruce Short
When will Raymond Goforth
Who did Martha Wright
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H. M. METCALF, Vice-President, Treasurer, McGonigle-Stinson-Metcalf Realty Co.
SOLOMON STODDARD, Vice-Pres. and Gen'l. Mgr., Kansas City Bolt Sa Nut Co.
A. K. SIMPSON, Cashier.
KARL G. KAI-IMANN, Asst. Cashier.
T. L. JOHNSON, President, Kansas City Retail Grocers Ass'n.
JOHN G. HIATT, Capitalist.
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Washington University is one of the largest and best
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large city. .
The main campus consists of 160 acres of high ground
upon which 12 large buildings of Tudor Gothic type of
Architecture have been constructed. Two new buildings
are now under construction and two more have been
promised. Two large dormitories for men and one for
women are located on the main campus. The Medical,
Nurses' Training and the Dental Schools are located in the
city where larger clinics are availa.ble. The libraries
contain over 214,000 bound volumes and 79,000 pamphlets.
Laboratory equipment is modern and complete.
The urban location of Washington University makes it
possible for all departments of the University to be cen-
tralized in the city. Whatever course a student may select,
the entire facilities of the University and the city are
at his disposal.
The University includes the following departments:
College of Liberal Arts School of Law
School of Engineering School of Fine Arts
S-chool of Arohitecture School of Commerce and Finance
School of Medicine Henry Shaw School of Botany
School of Dentistry School of Graduate Studies
Division of University Extension
For Catalog and Full Information, address G. W. Lamkei, Registrar.
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Cleanliness Means Prosperity
Our Motto: TheV r B t
Young's Cafe e Y es
The Cafe of Quality I
Clifton 0862 .
538 SOUTH HARDESTY-GARNIER
The cafoicest ofjood at a moderate
Owned aio atiioiitioe ybogiw 2333539231521 PHONE, BENTON 3901
Give us a trial and be convinced.
Frank S.--"An anecdote is a cure."
William-"No, it isn't either. It's some kind oi medicine."
Heard in the hall-"Ive got so much information in my neck that I
can hardly turn my head."
Moorman, reading definition from the dictionary-"Filial, pert to a
son or daughter." tHe didn't recognize the abbreviation for "pertaining
to."j . 9
Wonder how long took Howard Hill to save up enough money to
treat his whole history, class to chewing gum? He'll think twice before
chewing gum in Room 400 again.
Lynn-"I got 'Kidnappedi from the library the other day."
Lola: "You did! Where did they take you and how did you get
back P" H
Teacher-'KHas anyone any questions about the 'Lady of the Lake'?'
Freshie-"Which is the Lady of the Lake, the lady or the deer?"
Granville, on music paper-"Minute in G Minor Sympathyf'
Phone, BEnton 6968 - USE THE PHONES - Phone, BEnton 6969
P. SETZLER Sc S0 S
SODA WATER MFG. CO.
Ginger Alle, Cider, Soda Waters, Root Beer, Distilled Water, Cola, Setzler's Grape,
Fountain Soda Water, Fruit Syrups
Office and Factory: 3700-12 East 6th Street, Kansas City, Mo.
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Designers and Manufacturers
Fine Commencement Stationery
Class Pins and
---also an extensive display of the
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
and Artwares suitable for
1 all gift occasions.
Illustrations and Prices upon Request
Visitors are always welcome
Jaccara' Jewelry Company
1017-1019 Walnut St.
Kansas City, Missouri
THE NOR'EAST ER
A' Phones: Main 5164-5-6
House of Old Violins PHILIP H- MCKINLEY
Student Violins, 37.50 UD. . . .
Rare old Violins, 5150 Up. MCKlIllOy Pfllltlllg
Full line Musical Instruments
919 GRAND 7th and Baltimore
Next door to Federal Reserve Kansas City, Mo.
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STUDENT NOTE BOOK COVERS
A Complete Line of
School Supplies for Student and Teacher
Ask your Stationer
Irving-Pitt Manufacturing Company
KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Junior High, High School and College Texts
Save Time and Money By Going to
Hahn Book Store
ELDON E. HAHN, Proprietor
New and Second Hand Books, Stationery and School Supplies.
SOUTHWEST COR. 11TH AND LOCUST ST. Tel., Grand 3212
13 years just west of Junior College
See Mr. Cohlmeyer with his hair parted?
See Mr. Wahlstedt when he couldn't crack a joke?
Find out where Thad gets his axle-grease?
See Jack V. V. without his grin?
See Mr. Nowlin with a grouch?
Try getting every lesson every day?
See Miss Phillips try to be cross?
See one of the Bairds without his double?
"Put anything over" on Miss Chorn?
. See Rayimaond Oldham with a girl?
Offer to make a prop for Ruthanne's earrings?
See Warnie when he didnlt have any pep?
See the Northeast Junior High team when it wasn't
A teacher who had assigned for home Work three problems and a
grocery bill, asked a pupil if he had his lesson.
Freshie-"I have all except three problems and the bill."
Miss Gufler-"Now girls, roll over on one side in a little flour and bake
in a hot oven.
,Damien-"A circle is a figure that hasn't any square corners."
Don't turn the house upside down When you do the cleaning-
the Hotpoint Electric Vacuum Cleaner cleans every-
thing clean Without Work.
52.00 down brings it to your home.
A year to pay balance.
Kansas City Power
81 Light Co.
1330 GRAND AVE. Tel. Grand 0060
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922 Grandqlve. kansas f3iig.2ll0. M" S"0!-I-1L:,Sf-iulivilra 1323551 or
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GRAIN AND TRANSFER
Sheffield, Kansas City, Mo.
Benton 7140 Benton 7140
RS' llioif A325
Sporting Goods Exclusively
The ew England Securities Co.
FARM MORTGAGE BANKERS
Chas. E. Gibson, President
T. C. Alexander, Secretary-Treasurer
h' Second Vice-President
Ben R. Hall, Vice-President F. D. Hutc ings,
J. W. Ramsey, Assistant Treasurer
Begin to save as soon as you begin to earn
See us about our Monthly Payment Plan
Phones, Victor 8363-8364 921 BALTIMORE AVE. Kansas City, Mo.
American Writing Machine Co.
T ewriters Rented. Special Rates to Students.
Agents for Remington Portable-the portable with standard key-board
905 GRAND AVE. All Makes for Sale Phone, Main 2742
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Phone, Victor 8517
408-410 Kansas City
Admiral Blvd. Mo
THE N OR'EASTER
E. G. Hill Candy Co. l
423 Delaware Street
Dealer in fine Wholesale Candies
h Henry! 1
THE N 0R'EASTER
36111010 Girls Oakley M. E.
M k 1 ' ' t t f d-
a 6 youiaiiiioliollwits or gm Sunday School
Meets every Sunday Morning at 9.:30
The place where youll always find
Beauty Parlor a cordial welcome.
. . Wide-awake-, Friendly, Helpful.
107 NORTH ELMWOOD.
Benton 3765 INDEPE1llg?JI13l1ff6E03YE'-AND
N. E. Cor. Independence and
300 North White Don't forget 'we serve Frank1in's
B t 0629 XX Ice Cream in our Sodas.
en on .
Clifton 3094. Delivery Service
For An Efficient RadioISet Use
Hot Point Crystals
For sale by all Radio-Electrical and Hardware Dealers.
C. A. Buscher Co.
1219-21 LOCUST ST.
Phone, Grand 1524 HOURS '
9 A. M.-6 P. M. Compliments of
Dr. Foster M. Heaton W.A.Miller Floral
SUITE 414 CHAMBERS BUILDING
12th and Walnut Sts. Main 3747 1014 Grand Ave.
THE NOR EASTER
OPPOSITE NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL
NEW HOMES 34,950 TO 57,250
Agee-Block Home and Investment Co.
422 Van Brunt Boulevard
CLIFTON 3025 MAIN OFFICE, 405 COMMERCE BLDG
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The Good Looking, "Spark Proof" Kind
Wyandotte Roofing Co.
0 Estimates Cheerfully Given
KANSAS CITY BUSINESS COLLEGE
A fully accredited commercial school: courses of study approved by the govern-
mentg highest indorsementp day and evening sessions all the time: a finely equipped
school in the Young Women's Christian Association buildingp an ideal place for
young men or women to attend schoolg Pitman, Graham, Success or Gregg shorthand:
expert facultyg catalog free.
C. T. SMITH, President 1020 McGee St., Kansas City, Mo.
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51. flllarkki Epiarnpal Glliurrh Compliments of
7th and Pros-
This is a fam- Noll-Welty Lumber
come and get CO,
Rev. L. A. C. Pitcaithly, Rector. Kansas M0.
729 Prospect Ave.
Compliments of The
NEUER BRO ENVELOPE C0-
appreciates the fact that the young
' men of the high schools of today
E CO. are the business men of tomorrow.
We hope to get acquainted, so that
when you are through school and in
- business we may be given an oppor-
1326'28 Main St' tunity to be of service to you.
Mrs. C. M. Marshall
DRUGGIST Meet me Sunday at Independ-
N. E, CQR, 9TH AND PROSPECT ence Avenue and Olive, Where
We Will find a Welcome.
lllll8IlBllllBll00 Avenue clllllcll
CTh,e Church that loves Boys
Everything in Radio Supplies
Radio Concerts Every Night
LIBERTY BELL BICYCLE CO.
BICYCLES SOLD ON EASY PAYMENT PLAN
This ad is good for 351.00 on any purchase or repair over 33.00.
1008-10 EAST 15TH ST. A Harrison 6123
You Are Cordially Invited to See the New Models.
No obligations to- buy-they are only too- glad to show' you
THE LATEST AND THE BEST IN FASHIONABLE
- APPAREL FOR YOUNG MEN
STORAGE cm FORGET MAIN SHIPPING
l:lREPR00fWAREHoussoo- 2 3 Buying lumber is as good as putting money in the bank. Your
nearest bank is
Phone, Benton 1833
It's a ood Habit
Everyone reads The Journal and Post, Kansas City's
Real, Readable, Metropolitan Newspapers.
More nationally known comics and exclusive features.
Complete sport dope by Cochrane, Floto and a staff of
Fashion news, specially cabled from London and Paris,
Society and Club notes, "Let's Go Shopping With Jane."
Four pages of comics in color-a regular Wednesday
The 8-page Gravure Section.
Only colored Comic Supplement in Kansas City.
"What the Schools are Doing."
Science and Invention, Radio Reviews and entertaining
Music and Religious news, Book Reviews.
Amusement Section featuring Plays and Players, "Lobby-
ing" and Percy Hammond's offering.
Full page of character sketches by W. E. Hill.
THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL
THE KANSAS CITY POST
THE SUNDAY JOURNAL-POST
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THERE MUST BE A REASON
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A 0 0 au man We Call and Deliver Anywhere
Pgficlxlljggl Mzssourz Steam
D e Works
3100 EAST NINTH ST. :QKEAST 12TH ST
Successor to Clean Clothes Clean
McCANN 8: KAUFMAN Auto Seljvice
If it is to be found in a Drug Store, There's a Difference. We Want to
we have lt. Phone us your wants. Slhow You. can Us and See.
Phone, Benton 6361. We Deliver Phones, Benton 2010
ALL CLASSES OF PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY
HARRISON 2789 V
E. J. TIERNEY, PROPRIETOR.
1120 Walnut Street Kansas City, M0
Kansas City-Western Dental College
10TH AND TROOST
C- C- Alleon, Dean. R. J. Rinehart, Secretary.
The Kansas City-Western Dental College has conferred the degree of Doctor
of Dental Surgery upon many of the Northeast High School graduates, The
profession of dentistry is one of the greatest fields for service to humanity.
Phone, Delaware 1156
Geo. R. Brandow
Owen Vail Optical
GROCERIES AND MEATS
DR. OWEN VAIL, opmmetrist Benton 0577
403 SOUTH KENSINGTON.
1111 Grand Ave. Kansas City, Mo.
The Oldest and Largest School of its Kind
The Christensen School y
of Popular Music
Taught in 20 Lessons
Phone, MAin 5803
RICKSECKER BLDG., 9TH 81 WALNUT KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI-
THE YOUNG MAN'S STORE
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THE N OR'EASTER
R. A. Long
St. Charles, Missouri
Attention of the young Women of Northeast High School is called
to the superior advantages offered for advanced education at Linden-
wood College, the only Standard A college for young Women in Mis-
souri. Lindenwood offers two and four year c-ollege courses With
degrees. Vocational courses in Home Economics, Education, Business.
Special attention given teacher training. Art and Expression courses.
School of Music of unexcelled merit.
All the outdoor sports--Golf, Hockey, Tennis, etc.
Gymnasium and Swimming Pool.
114 acres of campus.
Application for admission must be made early to assure room reservation.
Send for catalogue.
J. L. ROEMER, President BOX J 23,
L. Holmberg Remember
DRY GOODS AND SHOES Benton 2078
T. E. PAYNE, Prop.
Independence Ave. and Bennington
KANSAS CITY, MO.
7100 East 15th St.
Wollard Hardware 2TSSOlkicet Metal Co.
Centropolis Transfer Company
Phone, Benton 0517
Coats will sag and trousers will brag, but if you have them pressed after every
change they -will keep their original stylish lines. The collars will fit snugly,
shoulders will be well shaped and trousers will stay smooth and straight.
SOUTHERN STEAM DYE WORKS
Phone, Benton 1930 12TH AND INDIANA
Expert Shoe Repairing
Standard Prices Cl ngfs
E Cleans Things Right
' 4521 INDEPENDENCE AVE.
4517 INDEPENDENCE AVE. Clifton 6253
CMemiber Shoetiijpbairers' ASHSOCIE- We Call for and Deliver
THE N OR'EASTER
A Welcome Waits You At the
Independence Avenue Methodist Church
THE CHURCH WITH A SPIRE.
Independence and Olive
Sunday School at 9:30 A. M.-A. H. Simson, Sup't.
Classes for everybody-Especially the Young Folks.
Preaching Service 11:00 A. M. and 8:00 P. M.
DR. T. W. JEFFREY, Pastor.
KESSLER BOOK STORE
"Headquarters for No-rtheast High"
New and Second Hand Books and Supplies.
Fountain P-ens .and Ever- . Boys' and Girls'
I sharps. "We Fix 'Emi' Athletic Goods
.Baseball and Tennis Go-ods. Drawing Supplies
We Ap-preciate Your Patronage and Assure You Satisfaction.
Phone, Benton 4871
Independence and Van Brunt Blvd.
Stem Furniture and Carpet Co.
1429 GRAND AVE.
CASH OR CREDIT.
A Butter 55:1
' with caramel,
You are respectfully invited to
Grand Avenue at Eighth St.
Just across street from Post Officer,
Catalog and three lessons in short-
Night,School, 6 months, 325.
Phenix Marble Company
Napoleon Gray Marble
Phenix Sawn Stone
h h ls of the United States and Canada
Used extensively in t e sc oo
for exterior and interior decoratlon.
19TH AND OLIVE
KANSAS CITY, MO.
THE N OIUEASTER
Many a Northeast student lives in a home heated
by a Worthington Burner, and-
We certainly want you and your parents to know
we appreciate past patronage, but-
We would like to be "making it hot" for alot
more of you.
VVhy can't We?
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3920 East mm se. Phone, Benton 5510
FRANK H. CROMWELL
Kansas City, Missouri
LINCOLN Ord FoRDsoN
Kelle -Reppert Motor Co.
Admiral Boulevard and Locust St.
PHONES, HARRISON 2426
P. W. GOEBEL, President J. T. FRANEY, Cashier
H, J, COERVER, Vice-President E. W. HENDERSON, Ass't Cashier
R. J. POTTS, Vice-President J. G. KENNEDY, Ass't Cashier
J. E. HUTT, Chairman
The Commonwealth National Bank
OF KANSAS CITY
Kansas City, Mo.
Kansas City School of Law
1013-15 Grand Ave. Nonqu-itt Building
A practical and thorough legal education given while oppor-
tunity is offered to earn a livelihood While acquiring aprofession.
The faculty is composed of leading judges and practicing
lawyers, and we prepare our graduates for the practice of law.
Tuition payable in monthly installments or in advance. '
Finely equipped law library.
Write for catalogue or call upon
F. D. ELLISON, Dean ELVIER N. POWELL, Sec'y-Treas.
PATRICK CAR R, Registrar
Executive Offices, 718-19 Commerce Building
KANSAS CITY, MO.
STUDENTS MAY ENTER AT ANY TIME
The Kansas City Gas Co.
ONEY 'T O LOA
Get some ground clear in a good location and borrow the money from us to build
your home. Our loans are payable in easy monthlyinstallments. Monthly payment, in-
cluding interest on 151,000 loan, only 311.00 Loans made in any amount.
Over 38,000,000 Resources
Safety Savings 8: Loan Association
FLETCHER COWHERD, President FRANKLIN P. STEVENS, Secretary
900 Grand Avenue, Ground Floor
4436 ST. JOHN AVENUE
fvDry Goods and Furnishings-al
Bigger and Better Right Prices on Quality Merchandise
Come in and see
Pictorial fReview Patterns Phone, C
Standard Oil Company
WALLA CE 'S
.c Prescription Pharmacy
X V Registered Drugfgist in Attendance.
COR. DEPENDENCE AND
Pictures for Schools and Home PROSPECT BLVD-
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SHIPPING STORAGE No. 2 WINIFRED PLACE
541 BROOKLYN Ph-one. Benton 0908
THE N OR'EASTER
KEEP NORTHEAST BUSINESS
IN NORTHEAS A 9
BUY Your Gasoline land Oils 'I
Northeast Garage CONFEEZONERY
ST. JOHN AND DENVER AVE. I
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Packed Ice Cream or Special
J. H. Brandon
Conservatory, Teacher of Piano Q25
and Vl0liI1 It Will Be Franklin's
Phone, Benton 2307
2101 Prospect Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
INDIANA AND GARNER
Dollars are not only the media of exchange and the counters in
They are also the tangible evidence of thrift-of business acumen
and of services rendered. Their honest possession by an individual
is notice of one of these three functions Well performed.
Towards their accurate accounting and careful conservation the
efforts of this bank are directed.
Peoples Trust Company
R. A' Long' Building Tenth at Grand Avenue
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