Stigler High School - Buffalo Yearbook (Stigler, OK)

 - Class of 1920

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Sometimes teachers seem too strict, class-mates take too much advantage, or classes never end and lessons seem too dry, yet- When the years roll around and we, the Sen- ior Class of '20, have been scattered over the woi ld into different kinds of work or play, then, if weftake this little book and turn through it, what a joy it will be to see and remember the little things that happened in our High School days I Q ,,LW,E,. ' 'KES Kvryx n - Illlllllllllllllllllll rr Nlllllllllll I llllll I I I ll I I Ill llll llllll lll l H Qt l X, I Y M, f I ..9.. ijlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllI ill llllllllll Illll Hg , ., -X Wx lg" .ffm N - -V , , . ,wx f, il - umm WF'.W JU , L ' mm.: , ,1 .-f . X " ., . x , um X Q I 5,41 4 X if V Q 5' r PW" 7 : E 5 ,-in xXk,, , y,,g.'g., pw,-, wg o ov lfjl XM - ,QL 5 5 School Board 1 5 E . ,, o 5 5 5 2 E E E E E 5:5 I ' 3 : 2:5 s's 5 ' E 5 5 5 E E I 2 fi- Q E E 1 5-5 5 - 2 5 'E 2 : E25 5-5 : - E :I E - E ' 5 : 5 5 E ! E g 5 5 2 - Q 5 H. 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IRL TROUT "Perch" "Fortune cannot take away what she has not given" Foot Ball '20g Base Ball '19, '2Og Vice President of Junior Classy Vice President of '20 Classy Sporting Edi- tor of Buffalog Lanier Literary So- ciety. RAY JONES "Sis" "Who thinks 1. 1:4r littlv and talks t wvfn murh" Yell leader of Society 'l7g Class Yell Leader '18, 'liig Assistant Joke Eclitorg Class Poet. RITA MITCHELL aasquawyv "l"rziiIIy thy mum- is wonmn" Secretary of Literary Society '17g '20 Secretarv of Sophomore Classg Secretary of Booster Club '18g Secre- tary of '20 Classg Captain of Basket Ball Team '20g Social Editor of '20 Buffalog Class Prophet. ALVIN COLEMAN "Lieut" "firm-zitei' men than I may lmvn- livocl, hut l iluulit it" Foot Bally Biisket Ballg Trackg Declamation Contestg President of De- bating Clulmg Debating Team '20g Booster Clubg Victorian Literary So- cietyg Editor of Buffalo. V M. ,,'. FRED PRENTICE ..Heif,, "God made him, th01'cfm'm- let him pass for a man" Basket Ball '19g '20 Lanier Literary Societyg Debating Clubg Assistant Editor of Buffalo '20, OMA PURSER "Boots" "She never had but one thought and that was NYTOHKH Treasurer of Sophomore Classg Secretary and Treasurer of Junior Classy Treasurer of '20 Classy Secre- tary of Debating Clubg Debating team '20g Class and Departmental Editor of Buffalo. EDWIN STALCUP "Fiddler" "Every man to his own trade: then would a cow be well cared for." Debating Clubg Orchestrag Victorian Literary Societyg Class Historiang As- sistant Business Manager of '20 Buf- falo. lib X v ll ,X A N , mit x y. 4.. . , s f, 'I X fl .lllllllllll NL-X ' J- .. ' 9 A , "UNL i yy , I Ngylikjlf w lg' M "! foil ' 4 2 Sh J- U .xml A I 35 VA l V: K Vg., Y: , A n i.lM Nw. Q-Fqzwi , I IL I . . , . . . , y . . M , - , A . . , , , . . ' ' Cl ' YY Iwi' I Class History HAT IS the whole world but an open book, whose author is God, and on the pages of which have been w'r1tten more or less distinctly storles of the various races of humanity? Whatever may be their language nationality or faith all students of the past are heirs together in the heritage of history Therefore the supreme benefit hes in the priceless record, which lt emphaslzes ,and thus enables us to appreciate lts pages Words are fleeting, but what is written remains and whatever successes the mem bers of the 20 Class may achieve, they will never forget the years spent in Stigler High School ,As Freshmen, the Class of 20 was the largest in Hlgh School and consisted of twenty five members It was composed of students who, although sometimes uncouth, were studlous in their task of mastering Latin and Algebra During this term our class was honored by having as representative ln the Senior play, Rita Mitchell The next year only fifteen ofl our number remained Although the Freshle spirit still predomlnated, we were gradually becomlng more accustomed to High School life in which we played a prominent part by wmmg athletic and literary honors The most distinguished of our honors was our falthful aid is winning the lovmg cup in basketball The dawn of the next school term witnessed the enrollment of only eleven of the fifteen Sophomores as Juniors, which by mid-term had decreased to nine, two having taken refuge in the Senior Class. By this time we had become more dignified and sin- cere in our role of work, in which we strove for real quality. Our officers consisted of Alwin Coleman as president and Oma Purser as secretary and treasurer. There were several interesting happenings during the season, the most enjoyable of which was the J unior-Senior picnic in the spring. . It was also during this term that the Juniors entertained the Seniors with a most pleasant social. Now we are Seniors and the faithful nine yet remain. The members of the Nine- teen Twenty Class are Rita Mitchell, Sylvia Burton, Oma Purser, Denton Moore, Irl Trout, Raymond Jones, Alwin Coleman, Fred Prentice and Edwin Stalcup. Fred, Denton, Irl, Alwin and Raymond are all enthusiastic athletic men, but Alwin is especially noted for his oratory? He .is the Editor-in-Chief of the "Buffalo" and a member of the state debating team. Denton is Class President and Business Manager of the "Buffalo". Rita is Class Secretary and Literary Editor of the "Buffalo," Oma is Departmental Editor of the "Buffalo" and a member of the state debating team. Sylvia is Joke Editor, Irl is Sport Editor, Fred is Assistant Editor-in-Chief, and Edwin is Assistant Business Manager of the "Buffalo," - During the recent Haskell County Track Field and Literary Meet, Stigler High was - n 7 1 Q wbawgi 1 'IlllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIDQ " , QTI IIIIIIII lllllllll l lllllll l lllllll l llllllll llllllllllllllllllllll' 1 un lull lllll l llll Illlllll l lllllll lllllll lllllll lms ijllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' . W1 X, :- 7 , i H-25-4 .. ?! EBU I 1 wiv! gs .munullx 'rn Q ll ,U -5 mim- ' hal' ' K'- well represented and won the majorlty of the prizes Of these honors, the Seniors won their share The first prize was won in the boy s basketball contest in which Fred per formed an important part Second place was won in the girl s basketball contest ln which Rita and Sylvia played winning parts In the Track Alwm won a close second in the mile race while Alwm and Raymond both won second in the mile relay Denton was a leading player in the tennis contest in which first place was taken by Stlgler Edwm won first prize m the Violin contest It was in the year 1909 when Rita and Edwm entered the Primary Grade at Boone School Later one by one came Alwln Fred Raymond Oma Denton ad Irl Sylvia Joined us at the begmnmg of our Junior year We are a band of fellow students who have fought on common ground and for a good cause Class after class have had its turn in the realm of educational honor but none have excelled ours ln ambition and determlnatlon The sad part is the separation And now that we have worked faithfully togethel and won, we are so glad in parting to say that ours has been an industrious term, and we reJo1ce m the pleasant manlfestatlons of good will blended with successful wishes and lmked together by an unbreakable cham of love as we look out over the great horizon before us to view our future To Class Number Nlne BY A. E. SAMUEL There's many a tie that binds me To that dear old class of mine, And my memory oft reminds me That I love you, Number Nine. The lessons that I learned from you Still linger on my mind, They often make me yearn for you, Dear old Number Nine. Your motto that "We Do Things" Helps, I know, to make you find The real pleasure found in true things- Keep doing, Number Nine. In spirit I'm still with youg And when my years decline, This prayer for you forever: "God bless you, Number Nine!" R A i A U 4' f, '53 - N 5. 1 ' 9 , LT' x e Q - nf IGI a n - 4- I f I I Nksllg c w 15 . 5 W, -' . , gm - E E V gnk f X u la I I X' ' f i t X Is N ' J 'W- E : H.,,, 'Q Q Fw ' -V r- . ,mi LEX .- f f' Lf 5 , -nt 5 5 -- ' .- .... 12-ff ....,.,w f .. "ffl ..- E Z 5 . . . . , . . - E : . . . . , 7 . E E ' - v : E 1 ' ' - E : 5 . . . , . . . . 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I . , l , I . . , , . . . , - , . 1 . , - , - U . , . 4 , . 1 . . , - , Prophecy of Senlor Class NE DAY in the year of 1935 I decided that I would tour the United States in my Handley Paige airplane I started from San Diego California where one of the biggest aviation schools in the world is located I had been flying for some time eastward when I hit a snow storm, which caused me to make a forced landing I landed on a big ranch in Colorado and asked the peo ple lf I might remain there for the rest of the day and that night they consented When I reached the house, I found that the lady of this ranch was Mrs Fratmyer, for merly Oma Purser one of my old classmates, of Stlgler High School After dmner we had a long talk over our old school, in which she told me many mterestmg things The next mormng my mechanic had the ship ready, and I started for Dayton Ohio Arriving there I landed at Wilbur Wright field Having put my ship into the hangar, I went mto Dayton for the night After dmner I went to the show While I was glancing over the program my eye caught a famlliar name It was that of Alvm Cole man, an old classmate of mme who was to be one of the chief entertainers of the even mg When Alvm appeared on the stage he was a comedian This was very different from what I had plannd for him in my old school days The next morning on going back out to the field for my ship I went to thank the commanding officer for allowing me to keep it there over night Now who do you sup pose the C O was" Ray Jones, one of the boys of the 1920 graduating class of S H S He was now a colonel in the Air Service, and at that time was in charge of this field I now decided that I would turn and go south, making my next stop Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Now that I was in my old home state, I decided to stay a few days. In Oklahoma City, I learned that an old classmate of mine, Irl Trout, who finished school in the year 1920, class of S. H. S. was now governor of Oklahoma. A few days later I went to Kansas City. While there I met Miss Sylvia Moore, from Central College, Lexington, Mo. After some few minutes conservation she told me that her father was Mr. C. Denton Moore, formerly of S. H. S., and that her mother, Mrs. Moore was formerly Miss Sylvia Burton of S. H. S., 1920 class. Miss Moore was to meet her parents in Kansas City that afternoon, so I stayed to see them also. We all spent a few days in the city together, which was very enjoyable. My next stop was in Florida, where I sold my ship and decided to take a boat to New York. When I got on board I found that my old friend Fred Prentice, was captain. I enjoyed this trip very much, talking over old school days. He told me that only a few days before, he had been to the theater in New York City, where our old friend and classmate, Edwin Stalcup was performing, and was one of the greatest violinists of the times. - This trip was enjoyed very much because on it I had met every one of my old schoolmates of my graduating class of 1920 in S. H. S. -R. M. l Q ,W,,,m,a 1 U '1llllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illlllllllllllll I IIIIIQ . IMXEQ gqllll llllllll lllllllll lllllllll lllllll l llllllll llllllllllllllllllllll' H Il ll II ll I Il - 9 'AN' ,I I 'Ill' llllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ ylllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' N '-"'-'f -1 jM:swm'nf.-w-lffz 1f'f'fF'fw:w' f.f :fflfrA' a.'I fff'U ' V . ' 1 -'N X A fr-" ini ' " 7 R' ' ?mmmI' A W' Q ' V-L' l . Q 5' llllll ' ' 1' . ff., -, X' - fa 1 4-if LQ- , E v J' 5 E " 4 . ' 54-3? A K .J gif WW -ax-lv Au..-fm Q.-'X ' E --.-a+-21: " 'LHP . 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CARL FRIX "Asbestos" VIRGIA RATTEREE 6CPug.l1 JOHN FEARS "Snuff" RUTH SCARGALL l6BoMy!Y IRENE CUNNINGHAM s4Midg,et9! N LILLIAN RILEY HBin9! -ilgllpvy 'Q' 4 ' l ll P -. x . U, 5 . -!""7 ' ! - I' l x EI HI ' " I A nlkgiiiif 5 wx 1 1 -Q gullllllL .5 N' L ' ' , L Jr- - -- is rl N 7 1' ' '- - : ,' -.., -Y-. e ,V 1 it e 7' . .. ,,. ,..' '11 ul - 'Nw' x if 4-K 5 ' -.--e m.--. --.. . ,..',-Sari:-0 Jil.-f'1', ib lwu' s M ' E 5 - Q J unlor Class OFFICERS E 1 . JERRY MCDOW ----------- .................................................. P resident Q E CECIL DuBERRY ............... ......................................... V ice President ' E JOHNNIE MURPHEY .......... .................................................. S ecretary E E ZORA LANGSTON ......... ......................................... C lass Sponsor E : E Colors Flower Red and White Lilly E E Mem E E The past i gone forever 5 E The future is our own. : E - 3 ROSTER : I Irene Cunningham-Studies severely. S E Paul Holleman--Silver-tongued orator. E E Virgie Ratteree-Her' heart is in the 5 5 army- . E E Ina Johnson-In love. E E Bernest Blakley--Smallest pupil. E g Cecil DuBerry-Class comedian. Q E John Fears-Loves the ladies. E E Rose Martin-Mostly giggles. : E Frank Raney-Nick name Uiggsj. Jewel Calhoun--Sweet a they make 1 'em. ' C Irene Callaway-Likes to sew. " Jerry McDow-Always chewing 'Z ? ? - E Carl Frix-Never absent? ? ? E E Dale Alexander-Oh, that laugh. E E Johnnie Murphey-Why does she sing i g "Jerry"? g g Lillian Riley-Dry old maid. E E Ruth Scargill-Very noisy. i A A E gllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllll IlllllllllllllIIII IIIIIQ 'A 'F QIIlllIlllllllllllllIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' - -we Q V-gf .1 1 1 illl llll lllll l lllll l llll lllllllll l llllllll lllllll llllllllllllg Qjllll lllllll llllllll lllllll llllllll Illllll IIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll' 7 - i" . -33- wmnqmww, -wrwwvmvwi Nf s .ww . 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' IIllllllllIIllIIIIIIllllllllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH A N54 lj T ' T -35... 6. :ll SOPHOMORE CLASS . Q -'N gnuuuu, ' - - L1 - .mfg r f We 1 ' i ' fic 1 E 2 W 5 , ..,, A -:Qi N - A , ,. -affj wg new J I gg ' it k Q L E .- ..... I--'sta-5.4 ' s i M l "-'f eh fri- '... Sophomore Class ' OFFICERS S E GERALDINE. WESSON ........ ....,............................................. P resident E E KENNETH PoUsH ......... ........................................ v ice President Q E GLADYS STRATTON ........ .................i............ S ecretary-Treasurer :S EMMET s. WALDEN ........ ......................................,.............. s peneer 5 E Motto Flower E E Res non verba Yellow Chrysanthemums ROSTER E E Archer Abbott Elizabeth Nash E 2 Flora Abbott Many Pogue I f Harvey Anderson Linnie Prentice E Q Henry Barnett Kenneth Poush E g Hugh Bates Fred Ratteree E E Vella Bradley Rachel Robbins g i Leo Conard Evvie Smith 5 E Earl Cunningham Effie Smith Q E Pat Fannin Gladys Stratton Q E Roy Goins Clyde Stapleton g i Naoma Greene Willie Dee Sherrill Q E Robert Graves Pope Walker ... E Leo Hall Geraldine Wesson f E Nat Henderson Dixie Williams g g Dawie Lane Marguerite Ward Q g Elzie Munn , Lynn Yarbrough E 5 Beula Malone Lyle Yarbrough F A 4 fl ii' EllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKQ If silllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll' Un in u n u u u n -fo Aim ii- ur n n u u l nlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllg h QjllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIHI' - E. -s'1- K4 iii!" ' r1.L..,,,,, Y , W Y - : A - -.-ff. 9 f E - FIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHQ ' ,Tllq .luuunn ,umu- .nnl ,L r , ,,'- VERAGE GIRL stood beside the rlver of Examinations The waters were dark with the mystery with which the future veils all things and the fog of uncer tamty obscured her vlslon She saw the vague outlines of a mountain beyond, and she knew that if she could reach the mountain she would find four golden apples At least so ran the legend of the others who had made this Journey Average Girl turned to the ark which was to take her across the perilous waters I must store the ark with all the provisions that I will need on the Journey, she said Then as she turned to her task, Fear suddenly appeared by her side and with him Indolence Fear, pointing a trembling hand toward the river said Average Girl, do not undertake the Journey, for many boys and girls have been wrecked on the river of Examinations Have you not heard of the Rapids of Forgetfulness" They will dash ou and your ark into pieces on the rocks Though Average Girl shrank from Fear, she answered steadily The Rapids of Forgetfulness are of little danger, the ark is strong and I am not afraid But Fear caught her hand in his and poured into her ears stories of the reputed treacheries of the River, and Indolence added his entreaties to those of Fear Said he 'Fear tells you the truth Average Girl. For you the River is full of dan- ger, and even were it not so, what is it that you seek? These apples are worthless. They are not gold, but imitations. Besides look at the work you would have todo! You will never complete such a task. But come with me into the meadows of Pleasure and f - n ' orget this useless quest. At this point Fear and Indolence were startled to see before them Pride, who took his place beside Average Girl, and spoke. "If Average Girl cannot accomplish such a petty task as this, what is to be expected of her when she faces the real problems she will meet in later life? I will help her in her work. I will see that she does not fail in this." Then Fear and Indolence departed. Average Girl, with the help of Pride stored the ark with all the things needed for the journey. But she was very glad indeed when the task was completed. For even though Pride helped her as much as possible, it was with difficulty that they put the ungainly First and Second Periphrastics, the Gerund and Gerundive into the ark. Aver- age Girl was dismayed at the way in which the different Geometric figures "cluttered up" the ark, and the various kinds of Criticism showed a singular unwillingness to re- A A ,WJ .5 vii. : - - - - "' 2 : - - 2 - - - - - - - A - Q : QlllllllllllllIIIIIIllIIIIIllIllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIE - E . , - A 46 ,... s ...,,., I t as The Quest of the Golden Apples aw NJN Us H u ll ll n Il JI -0 .,- ll n u u u ll an on allIllIlllllllllllllllllllIIllllllIIIIlllIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS ' ylllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIHC X X -risk ix A 7 -, I L-88.4 'EE l'+?"W"'fW"' ' " ' .4 , Q ij. S , lax ' A gf ll gang 'Wh Q hx we xi' L 53 5 " llfixl , I mann In thelr places At the last mmute she dlscovered she had forgotten some very xmportant members of the M and M Date famlly These felt shghted at her neglect, and xt was only after much earnest pleadmg that she could mduce them to come aboard the ark At last the task was completed She and Prlde pushed off down the Rlver The ark dnfted slowly down the stream Fog of Uncertamty was gradually dis appearing and to Average Girl the River dld not seem as formldable as before We shall soon be there " sald Prxde ' And the Golden Apples " she queued They w1l1 be there' They are real Gold 1 ' ' -" 'v --11 Ill-llll: t 5 Sf- "1 .iff v . ,"' : E 'l '- S I' - . A I Ji' A as -T 'W E Y t" -g s ..-:..'::.'--4" "uf f1'- ...Y ..,,. 5M,:"' - J' ' H' N'--1' : E ' . . L : ' ' g s s ' C4 ' E E . 7 I ' an Im1tat1ons as Indolence said ?" ' , 5 The A les are real old," asserted Pride. "You will find that the are worth of ' E w pp , , 7 - I i . t 5 E . E 5 four radiant Golden Apples. E E -V. . 2 2 : "'f1 lZ3f5"' Q E E E E E The ark was rapldly nearmg the Mountam where were the Golden Apples At length It halted m a llttle harbor at the foot of the Mountaln Average Glrl and Pride stepped ashore Average Glrl looked about hurrledly but no Golden Apples dxd she see Where are they," she cr ed Prlde pomted to the ground at her feet There was a leaden colored box half burned m the earth She stooped to plck It up The box was very heavy Inslde there were B 'EY 'imnig xkill' 2 : - - 2 : Z : 5 : Q Q : : lu H.. : I -wfe1f.:y Q : : '1llIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ 4 .tix ,xllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE D U1 N n no n u in n -lo ' - ,.. l ,x X Qs gl' A 9 n n n u u u n ID 'IIllilIlllIllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllxv XXV willllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIHH , 1 1 .V K1 T -i T -89- FE: .1 FQ N 1 F Q '.,.' f x gllllllllllli ' ,lx , - :"'f".. ' 9 Q ll .w 4 46mnu 6 M "'x :hah srl, , ' ws-Y' 2 tjtixi J .11 2 : - . ,, . M . 'f 'T -. -, - Q11 - " 'W' --Q-...Q 5 ' ,, 5 : E .W-I-fxf ----.."- -- K' ., 3 lb nl '... The High School Statlstlcs 1. Oldest student in Stigler High School ....,..... ........ T hurman Jones g 2 2. Youngest student in High School ........,.,, ,,.,,,, H erghel nohyng g i E E 3. Laziest boy in High School ................. ,,,,,,, F red Prentice 5 5 2 E 4. The most industrious student .......... ,,,,,,,,, H enry Barnett E E 5. Best looking girl in High School ...,.,.. ,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, R i ta Mitchell E E 2 5 6. Best looking boy in High School .......................,,...,,., ,,,,,,,, H ai-wood LeFlore I s : E 7. Who is the most popular teacher in High School ............................,...........,..,,.,. 5 E E S .............................................. Miss Gentry running close race with Miss Middlebrooks Q Q 8. Who is the biggest ladies' man in High School..Harwood LeFlore '18g Elzie Munn 17 I E 9. What girl is the craziest about the boys ................................................,. Elizabeth Nash E 5 E E 10. Who is the most popular girl in High School ........ ....... - ...Rita Mitchell E E 11. Who is the most popular boy in High School ........ Harwood LeFlore : 12. Who throws the most erasers ................................. .......... A rcher Abbott E 13. Who throws the most crayon in High School ......... ....... J erry McDow 2 2 14. Which is the leading class in High School ........ ....................... S eniors S E 15. Who is the biggest booster in High School ....... ........ T hurman Jones E E 16. Favorite Author .............................................. ....... S hakespeare - E 17. Chief occupation in High School ........... ................ T alking ' 18. Star football player in High School ........................................... ....... L ester Cooper 2 5 19. What per cent of teachers from Arkansas in High School ........ ......... 9 9 per cent - E 20. Most popular subject in .High School ...................................... ......... A griculture E E 21. Most unpopular subject in High School .................................................................. Physics I 2 22. Who got the candy off of Flora Abbott's back porch on Hallowe'en night ........ E E : E ........................................................................................................ Ask Denton ? ? 2 ? '! E E Dedicated to the Sacred Memory of Latin E E They are dead who wrote it: E E They are dead who spoke it. E E They will die who learn itg 5 E E 2 Blessed death, they earn it. 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Pr esident Q E VERA LOGAN ..................................... ........ v ice President 2 S OLEN WHITE ..................................... ........... see retary Q E RUSSELL JoHNsoN .......................... ................................ 'r rmurer i g FERN CONARD ................................... ......... C orresponding Secretary 2 E MARY P11-'ER ...................................... ................................ s ponsor E E Freshman Colors Freshman Class Flower E E Purple and Grey Violets Q E Freshman Motto E ' "We have other fields to conquer." MEMBERS or FRESHMAN CLASS E Delma Brown Bill Raney Q Selma Cole Clarence Stidham E Furman Cole Myrtle Sherrill E Cora Crumpler Leon Thomas E Hershel Dobyns Norborn Thompson E Annie Delaney Reba Walker E Zella Evans Kennon Wadley 2 Fern Garner Wadey Williams g Joe Harmon Thelma White I Nora Holley Olen White g ' Gladys Johnson Bessie Marks E E Russell Johnson Allie Lane E Bessie Lee Gladys Mitchell 2 Vernon Lee Corine Moore E Vera Lee Maggie Mooreland I Bessie Martin Leonard Moss : Carl McDow Alex Pogue 2 Ruby McClinton Vivian Pyles E H Shastah McCaslin Violet Purser Q Edric Richison 'T Q wp,,,I:b' 1 f J fummmlmuunmmlll'mulun.I,mllmgnnlunuluif! : ' Dlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllll I I Ill If Q 4 n n an u u n qfe W0 9' N' " " " " -lllllllllllflllll IIllllllIlIIllllllllllllllIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ QjnllIluIlulllllllmllllunmmInInlrmIllmnnlmmmmn n u nr -48-- JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL " JA -" 11 iff 'T 'V ""' '1' , f '. 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He was fast and a terror at broken field running. He E 5 was sure for a drop kick. With a 35-yard drop-kick, : - 5 E ing the pigskin within four yards of the line, he won the game from Ft. Smith. - - 3 : .. - - - : 'S - - ., .. .. .. .. - - - - : : - . - - E 5 '- E "' I1IIIlllllIIllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ Us H n u u u H on 4 Q il IlllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIll IIIIIQ , www. 1 f- ww :qw .- jwm p .Mig T i -45.- an intercepted pass, and carry- Q 5 i f :E -- - ... p 3 2 - - - - EllllllIllllllIlIlllllllllIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllg S E 'ilu 1 n u u an an ' , I u n A 1 I : QjlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIllIlIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllli 1 2 - - 2 3 III"l"l' 'RNA ls ' If F fi 'P N A t 'N 1 P 2 W 9 N IMMI l Q WAIDIN N1lHlL6l - n .- 1 - u u : - - ' - - Q - 3 Q FRANK BAILEY CLAUD FRIX 5 2 : I Coaches, E: 5 g i .4 uf, Q, A 5 5 E' 5lllllllllllllllllllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIQ ' fhllIlIlllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE - E 'Un H u n n ll H ll I-W' xwq 0-a un n u an n ur an ani 4 x IP' Il' 5IIIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIllIlIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ fx viiiIlllllllllIIllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfl A. ,' 5g'k I I ' Q VJ . aw 'fww 1' 4 W J E - .. , , . . , ,., 1, 1 3 . - . 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E 5 E - - E E A 5'- : E : : : : E E 'fl 5 5 : 5 ' ' 5 5 E : 3 E a 2 : - : : - : : : 2 : :-: ' 1 :TI - : , , : : E I: 3 : : E E 2 n - - " - - - : U - : 1 : E r T... : 2 E 2 'f 2 E E g . i s E E ' ' E 5 I' - - : E E .E E - : : Y - " : I : : : ' ' 147.- F1 l 51 N 'fx' " ' 'T' X Jllllllllllx lhwf IAA 13 ' 9 555 4 mm'- T 'V rf' X-X ' mf. M. i v" 1 ' " AM. ' Q. r 1 -wi A .. rw ' x.,,p.-N ra -i ,fi Y -1 r- . '. ,.,- Q1 .N "xv-' ,K , wi -'-'-if ---- - 1- 1 .. ff-' .- HE SEASON opened this year ,with the ever present pep and enthusiasm of the S. H. S. Many eager faces were on the field the afternoon of the first practice. This was much encouragement to Coaches' Frix and Bailey, whose untiring coaching soon developed the squad into the strongest team ever produced by Stigler High. The team went through the season undefeated. Manager Walden deserves much credit for the success of the team because of his ceaseless efforts and self-sacrifices. Never during the entire season was any individual playing doneg all played team football, showing excellent team-work. Our line at first was of raw material and some- what light, but held wonderfully when on the defensive, holding Fort Smith for the downs three consecutive times. After defeating Heavener, many looked forward to a brilliant victory over Warner, our old rival. As the story goes, no one was disappointed, for the score went 31 to 0, with Warner having the small end. They werd ,more or less surprised themselves. Never in previous years has S. H. S. proved superior to this strong College team of Eastern Oklahoma. We were outweighed by every team the whole season, but this prpved no odds, for our line was invincible and the back field unsurpassed. Our men went to each game with pep and determination, playing the opponents off their feet. Goins, in the Ozark game, got away with a pass for a touchdown the first three minutes of the game. Wad- ley did the same thing in Warner's sad defeat. The hardest game of the season was that with Fort Smith, which was a game of real football. LeFlore made a beautiful drop kick from the 35-yard line, and after the kick-off, intercepted a pass and made a 30-yard run, putting the ball on the 10-yard line, then Cooper for the third time, carried it across. Thus ended the successful season of Stigler I-Iigh's strongest team, being unde- feated and conquering some of the stiffest teams in the eastern part 'of the state. ' A .-afiifiqie - 1IIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfg ' ,NAllIllll'illIllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllr Ut ll n an n in If an -G9 gvgiiil il- in un. n ll on n in rn IlnnuunumIIIuululmmlmmuununmmmunnnuuQ Nimiflg lmmumuuummmmmmumnIu11nIua1uumnmmuumumur .A Vw ,' . 1 , i W -48- 1 I ' "l F r li ff ' . I -, . 1 fi 4' 'i i f i . All I Y X L ,, . I s X x i ' N X ll I , Hr xl kg ul if I A i ' 1 , JN ,,xMLl -,A Kgv-,A , t Qtl, x if X ' J l X 2 I' I ' "li 1' .N .il"'rH" ,, K Vw P - . We-r, - 1. e' N x .,.eL!---.Jf..-f-"'1'if'f'l JONES "Junk" is an old warrior of many battles, upholding the fame of S. H. S. during his four years in school. Playing the position of quarterback he handled his men like a general. He is due much credit for the success of the team. A hard tackler, heady, speedy, and a good interference runner are synonoms for Junk on the football field. DUBERRY "Slim" plays faultless football at guard. Playing this position in every game, he held strong on the defensive. He has one more year in school and is expected to hold a more responsible position next season. Q -ips .lhviwiifwf 11 vw Qxx 5Y,lL"'11Q1,7':Qf 1 in I iii jmzimliimimmiillaiid1 ll if 1 l sl! ' lyrignz .- N e, 1 'N K 'lah ' fxyffgjf' w . . 4 i , A . 1 l . L 1 FRIX Carl played at tackle and was in all games. His pep kept up in- terest at all times. Carl pos- sesses all the qualities of a star player. His first year on the team was a successful one. SHERRILL Dee played brilliant football at center. He was the pep of the team and was in every play. Sher- rill starred in this position, break- ing through the line, blocking passes and punts, and playing havoc with the opposing back field. He is a hard tackler, full of grit. We look for him on the backfield next season. 1 'L -' - 4 '-lk.. Fi' ll II ll ll .- vw Q.: COLEMAN Alvin showed himself a football man the first year on the team, but it is his last with us, for he is a Senior. He played at tackle. WADLEY Harlan, tougzhened up in the army, entered school for service as end on the eleven. He regain- ed his former pep and played wonderfully in every game. Ho is full of speed and fight, and is sure on a pass. I 4 I .-52-. X , WHITE Olen pulls the scales at 150 pounds. Playing the position of tackle, he was a terror to hold on the line. He is assured of a place on the lineup next year. MUNN Elzie showed himself a football man throughout the season. He tips the scales at 160 pounds, and hits the line like a bullet. He played at right half and, by his long spectacular end runs, gainel the admiration of all the fans. Elzie is a Sophomore and will be on the lineup next season. MOORE "PifIe" played all through the season at guard, and we regret much that this is his last year in S. H. S. He is a hard tackler and also possesses an educated toe on the drop-kick. TROUT His position was at tackle. Irl pulls the scales at 140 pounds, and is a good lineman. We re- gret much that he is a Senior and will be missing on the lineup next season. . "'-- ' .1 ll! -' Mp' Y' 1 "Y .,-4... I xl - X My., , A,,' 1 -. I X K. N F e gif' . Et ' .TU , 3 3 -' My K .3 .4 ' M3 Q 3 5 'H 5 l...ll.4.u.1 3 :E Q' 9 IU 3? k 1 ld ill X3 f V3 X .L.,f w"pYfxlX.. K -l , -- ' '-L", , F-NIM., K l , L. ' -N -'. '3 3 - I SQ --ll - -lt wh , sri ',, J " , . wixfig 'j1i'l4','i,if4i ,""' ' I' J1,7X'-- . -' H w , ..-. 1,-,,,. -M. I ,.,,, ., ,- ,, f, - H JJ., ' ,M 1, ,H Al.EXANlJI'IK "I'egg,ry" played at end. llc showed speedy development this season. Ile was the lightest man on the lineup, but will he hotter and hard to heat next season. i 1 1 4 1 l l 1 COOPER h "Lek" played college football, and, i .1 as a full hack is left unsurpassed. lle was in every play and has K every charactei' of a star player. 1 "Lek" scored all three touchdowns on Fort Smith hy his invincible line hacks. Ile is a hard tackler l l , and a wonderful interference run- ! Q ner. 1 l i X .1. E C! 3V Er' C E Tl ' ..4...1Jffl'l'IfI.w...'f.l1..., ll JI II Il ..54... E I 1 I l A 1 i 1 N 'l if " 1 lil ' i iiff U1 E ii 411:-N-w ii lil L lL ll ' X' ' 'wi N 'K il 'K X L 5 i X N N3 l x 7 P 4 I 7 I "' fl" "NX ' 1 -f - , 1 I' -X. . .X A X., h-XXX lr 'L-if X lx Nl y. - lx 1 1-rw it w 4,-Q--it M ' Il 1 ' "' '1' '.",gl'lQ LX, t ',Tqw: 3 lx H1 , J' J . ' :WJ , AN- --,,n..n . - 1 .VY lwvql -.v,TyL4Jl.:!:'- I-AIN., I LH - Y 4...,,-,'.wmikY'iv'.-1rl'- f' A GOINS Roy at end is as fleet as a deer, a good tackler and his long end runs were a winning factor in every game. On a pass he sel- dom failed. Roy is heady and as full of grit and fight 'us he is speed. He will be with us next year and his future is assured. McDOW "Hank" has won a career that is uncomparable inasmuch as he is star tackler and interference run- ner. He will be with us next year, and we will look for him on the back line. .JLTYY 'lCh..J .JL 1l'1'il'Il'aTilIl'SJlIQI'.lUH'li,lE Uflllllil l A f,l.UUlILI IITV1 T l if Amwl '1'ilT'A, 'JY I, ' T -: i,ll VillllI,!,illJJlDlli'l'llf1lU13fIlHlTLi J U -7 L4 - ,- Ll Ellllllllll - ' 1 ' x i 5 In M October October gi 5 October E E October 24 , Q November 11 ....... ,,,, T w,22 Total ........ ,.,,,,, 1 47 " - " - E November 7 ..... ,,,,,,,,, 3 3 ' ml! Citi" 5:3 E . I SCHEDULE OF GAMES October 10-Heavener vs Stlgler at Stxgler October 17 Warner vs Stlgler at Warner October 24-Salhsaw vs Stlgler at Salhsaw October 24-Checotah v Stlgler at Stxgler November 7 Ozark vs Shgler at Ozark November 11 Fort Smith vs Stlgler at Stxgler RESULTS S H S Opponents 0 forf. 0 12 14 ' 26 A 'H A A U 1 gr 5, 7 for r Nu' ' A "' " 1 A f ' - I I L 'ul r - 7 N 1 7 1.1 4 GI Q or H- ' E I I f A 4-he 7 I I X x ax xv" 1 Y W ,R - : inn , :I IL I N 5. U , 4 1 ,LX , W' I, O 1 u .gr-I UE ,, for ,N get i .E - -' 4- -- ---- A ..1 - tw.-1' A 1 - ..- E- 5? - ' . ' ' . 4: I 5 ff 7 :J 1 1 . . . 10 24 0 17 31 0 24 1 5 - 1 iw 1 w : 5 --vw : r - E Dllllll Ill llllllllllllllIlllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! ' 1 MlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllnllllllllllllllllf' : I -,' 9 V ' QQ 5 Nl ll ll ll Il H ll ll iD nllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllillllllllllllllllll - -K I' 'jilll!lllIIllIIllIllllllllltlliIllllllilllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll .w v'," . ' 1 45. if I - -- Ig-1 I it el ie, A ,Q to Us or .1. ms..-2' v. ' , , Q V1.4 ,ffff -:P?4'f'f -Udeg A-me ma m:1'Z.2+T4EaQa!i N Y" ' Y '77 ' El wll .2 hw' L 9 ll ff , mm: 5 - alll is A MQ Q23 V U I U F Y Q xl Z' W' Q rj Q E 2 Hwy Mg-J -- in Q ' ' 4 "' .,.-- 4:.':!."- """ "W f-WA ..... ..,,, " " mu 4 " fur- -----' E E E I - ... E E E E Z a s 2 E E - E z 5 5 E : 5 Basket Ball E :f E E 3 I 2' E 5 s E 5 E E 5 5 E E 2 : E E E g '5 5 i s ' 5 E E E g E E f e s E 5 : 75 E 5 E E E E E E E 5 E E s i f E E E E i s E 5 E E g g EMMET s. WALDEN g ! 5 E UCORCIIH E 5 i s E 5 E E E E E E 5 - E E E E 5 E E E a s 5 5 E E - B 7 E, "' glllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIQ " U4 an an Il an an in an -G 1 Ky-RQ - - r T - i 87 ' nlIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllIllllllllllllllllll lllllks 3. 5. 'Q 3 - : DlllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllz - E WN n an Il nm " , I l 1 I H Il ll : 91IlIIlllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli 1 T pf-. l f , l , all e h. ,, : - lvl umuluu, y 'gi lb , V ,0 U Kar? in ,,,, ,C f fe 'f H T -in E ' '2 5 "" 1 Q. ' .... 1 . 'l r . eb .. 13" 2- --iff : f i THE Boys' Basket Ball Team of Stigler High School has proven their ability to 3 - E E play ball this year. Even though we were defeated in the state tournament, we 5 : 5 5 held them to some close scores. If you will notice our schedule you will find that we Q 2 , 2 have made e brilliant ehewing. The follovving: Olen White, Rey Geine, Fred Prentice, : 5 E E Burton Logan and Frank, Raney have proved their worth and made Stlgler proud of 2 Q E E them. I 3 ' E E V Stigler 10 ......... .......... P orum 12 I H Stigler 12 ......... ........ W arner 7 f 5 5 t Stigler 23 .......... .......... K inte 6 E 2 Stigler 23 ......... ............ K inta ' 5 E 5 Vgsngxer 16 .......... ......... C heeeteh as E E . Stigler 12 .......... ......... W arner 16 E : 5 Stigler 14 .......... ......... W arner 18 2 5 Stigler 9 .....,... .......... W eukem s : E Stigler 14 ......... .......... M erehen 15 fl Stigler 22 .......... ........ Le Quin-e s 5 5 'Stigler 9 ......... ........ M uskogee 49 1 Stigler 31 ......... ........ T amaha 6 ' ' 5 2 Stigler as ...,.,.., ............ K me 6 E 2 Stigler 218 .,...... ......... 0 ppenenne 207 LINE-UP E g OLEN WHITE-Forward ALWIN COLEMAN-Ferwerd E' E AROY GOINS-Forward HARWOOD LeFLORE-Forward I 2 FRED PRENTICE-center HENRY BARNETT-Center ' 1 ' BURTON LOGAN-Guard CARL FRIX-Guard V E E FRANK RANEY-Guard CLYDE STAPLETON-Guard 5 I? g l-Tlllll llll l lll llllll l lllllll l llllll l lllllll IIIIIIII ITIIZ: 9:m ,,,,,, nmm g mm ulunn n H llll lllll nur hmnnnnIIIllnalIllnlIlxslmuImmmlnlmmmunnun.Q R. lxf. !.lllllllllIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllll' - Lee! : I cus'-n 1 4 , . 2 R P - R- . R - f..e.e-gui 4 . H 1 R .Reale:.-nee'-4-. i".'. -gl i' viii ein QWEMIIH "!'A2:afdfgil.1H5uL"f!..:' wi'l"'U,.linkifLl?5JTgq'i1H3i3i'iQiQliZ :gems-zeeseahf-hifi. 1' we R ve BOYS BASKET BALL TEAM Wi: Iv'- df 1 'QV -Gnfswwf'f'-Wwfffffwsf' - .- 1 ,. 1 9 "IF x fm Elllllllllllx - ,, 1 L ,-, I, ' 9 10 HJ? inn L 2 - ' f ff. 1 ff 1 . .. ' " W - - 1 'S X Wm 1 f"'l -get to me as E 2,5115 -J -- .. --'- - f fr fe .. --i ' -- M277 Girls Basket Ball i f S for Basket Ball it is plain to be seen that the girls' team of Stigler High School 'E E g has made a good reputation. Our teamg having lost few games, has made its 2 Q 2 self known throughout the state. We are proud of Gladys Stratton and Thelma White, E 5 1 Qforwardsjg Sylvia Blirton and,Lillian Riley, Qguardsjg Rita Mitchell, Qcaptainj, and E Rose Martin fcentersjg Hattie Anderson and Clara Bales fsubsJ E ' RESULTS 2 Stigler 7 .......... .................,.... K em- 4 2 S 2 Stigler 7 ......... ................... W arner 11 E g g Stigler .12 ......... ....................... K inn 7 I E Q Stigler 5 ......... ................. C hecotah 15 2 E g Stigler 8 .......... ...................... P orum 4 E '2 2 Stigler 2 .......... .................... E ureka 0 2 E Q Stigler 12 ......... ..................... Le Quire 0 E E 5 Stigler 19 ......... ................. Ch ecotah 22 S : g Stigler 11 ....,..... ........,........... E ureka 18 2 Total 83 Opponents 76 E :A 5 E il . E 4 A g glllllllllllllllllllll n Illllllllllllllililllllll Ill lllllllllllllng 5 1' 4 fummnmuunnmunuumm:unumuumumunum mnuE , ,en qw Q- Il n n an n n ll- an niIlllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfg 1 '- .xx QwlllllllllllllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' if 'I . Y' I Y .1 -f I - - I Q- - 1. .1 ..f, fe--rf ilk 1' '75 ' .. u . .diia 'L ' :L ti P11 ' -ls.. .img se' J were ' I X N X I ' r Jw- ' I-'QW .N 1 x x J Qx . I W rr' -xl 'NX' 1 ,.x ft'..L Q . ,w ,UM X N' 3' xx ,M-:,l,+ 'f.sg1L, -' -if .Ml ,, TEAM ST FIR Q fl 1? xl. I ' s HE W if I ,W ,lf 1.1 AU nm s EM, YH ll 1 ,W in ' . ,411 J, 4 K , lf' .bl "M W M1 w :lf 'I W K 'i. 1 V ay H w l ,'.Y1k..,..., A W LHILLLLNQ: L,.flifI,"1'I" 'ITLLXUJL' --- f f -. 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Q- E 5 1 i 5 5 S 5 I : E E 3 E E E E E E i ' - E - IllIlllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIQ vi -' J ES-G' DmmmmllmlIlIIIIIInlnmumml1nnqnlnulllllllllulllllllls 4 i Us un n u no n an u u Q, 1 N,-faq 3- un Il u an ur u n an nllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllns R f ,X w, DilIIlllllIIIIllIlilllllllllllllllllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli . 25 T - - I .. -63- 'vm e"'f'Es"Trfffgf51s ff if-'w"w ' . may - - N wffx- 'I ' V 5' 1 g gi ' ' .--'hX,,tf f" l xl, ' 9 :mug : ,If ,ff . A y I 4 ,- -" . , ' : JMAS R - 0 1,35 T fb I , 1 1.5-1' 'J ' ' -B '11 H- E HASKELL COUNTY-TRACK AND FIELD MEET EVENTS ' 5 April 2-3, 1920 Eg OVER s1xTEEN 2, E S Roy Goins-First inf100-yard and half-mile race. E E 5 E Jerry McDow-First in pole vault at 10 feet 2 inches. E E Alwin Coleman-Second in mile race. 8 minutes, 30 seconds. E E E E Dee Sherrill-First in 220-yard dash and second in 100-yard dash. i f Burton Logan-First in 440-yard dash. Q 5 Carl Frix--First in running high jump at 5 feet 2 inchesg first in lrunning broad i f jump at 18 feet 2 inches. K ' 5 E Vernon Lee-First in shot put. E E E E Alwin Coleman, Ray Jones, Dee Sherill, Burton Logan-Second in mile relay. E E Gladys Stratton-First in 100-yard dashg second in distance throw. 2 E Q E TWELVE T0 SIXTEEN Q E g g Clyde Stapleton-An A No. 1 man-First in 100 yard dashg first in running high 5 E E E: jump at 4 feet 9 inchesg first in 220-yard dash. E E i f Horace Rose-Another A No. 1 man-First in running broad jump at 16 feetg first E E 5 E in pole vault at 7 feet 6 inches. Q i Q 2 Alex Pogue-Second in 220-yard dash. Q E E E Bernest Blakely-Second in running high jump at 4 feet 8 inches. S E E E Kenneth Pouch-Second in 100-yardidash. E 2 Q E Eugene Mitchell-Second in running broad jump at 16 feet 7 inches. E Z E E Horace Rose, Alex Pogue, Bernest Blakely and Kenneth Pouch, first in 880-yard : , ' S relay. g g g g Thelma White-Second in distance throw. E S - Q POINTS 5 E f i STIGLER' 107 OPPONENTS as E E ' E Stigler Ward School winners of Tennis Tournament were: George Puckett and : G. L. Wadley. 5 5 2 E Stigler High School winners of Tennis Tournament were: Denton Moore and Cecil E g Duberry. E 2 5 ggmmlmmlmnm,unmmu'mlmmupglulllnllllml! Q mllllllllIIIIlllllllIIIIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIE E U, N H H U H 4. ll '4 -ng nf. -' 9- ll n n an n n n in : nllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllh -whiff! QjlllllllllllllllllllIllllllIlllllIllllIlllllIlllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 7 . 6' v ....64- ,... TRACK TEAM ', ,rf m 4, S s - .11--rw' 'f lv' 1 f ' , , . '--VJ. - as all , A glllllllllll, . Q f J1.'.lP."w - A firmllllullg E my x fi 2. In F, F 5 J - E..-f"41J1l?l-i, .,.. :: " ""'V " "-'gglftg uw-.W ' A ...r . wi' 'i 0' aw' '-127 : Base Ball I g THE BASE BALL TEAM has been organized just lately and haven't had much E E E E V practice. Friday, April 9 we played Warner at Warner. Friday, April 16 we E g played Keota, at Stigler. In the game with Warner we lost, but after some good prac- E E 2 E tice we came back at Keota with a good win. Coming Friday, April 123 we have a 2 51 S E game with'Warner at Stigler, and by the line-up we have now, we expect to beat them S E as bad as they beat us. The good playing and head work that has been used lately, the 25 2 team will be a great team in the future. By the skillful work of the captain, Jerry E : 5 E McDow, the team is what it is. 5 2' 2 2 - ' LINE-UP 5 E ' Jerry McDow, Captain-Plays first base and most experienced player on the team. E E g g -' Carl Frix-Catches anything behind the bat. g g E E Vernon Lee-A veteran pitcher that always controls himself. .. : E Pat Rose-Shortstop, always on the ball. E 2 1' Denton Moore-A steady second baseman. E Roy Goin -A cat at stealing bases, and plays third base. E E 2 : , Dale Alexander-Good at outfield. 5 5 'Dee Sherrill-A hard hitter. 5 5 g g Irl Trans-Good at batting and fielding. g g - E Cecil Duberry-A sure outfielder. E E Q E Kennon Wadley-A fast outfielder. , : w. P. chnnning-A good coach. 5 ' U E E RECORD E E E E ' Stigler ................ 0 Warner ................ 11 E 2 -:3 ' 'Stigler ................ 12 Keota .....,... ........ 9 E : 5 5 2 Stigler ................ s Keota ......... ........ 1 5 5 E E A ,416""1"'f' - F ' X E Iglllll llllll l lllll l llllll l llllll llllll l lllllll llllll lwvlg J .1 grl llllllll llllllll l lllllll l lllllll llllllll lllllll llllll llll E 51lllllllllllI IllllllllIllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfs , Qi.ununllunmmnuunmnummuumnmnm muummlunl: . -66- l - ' . ,L- I 1 . A . . zu r E 1, hh' M- , . e ..,:x.l f. . n Q.- 1 .. ... n., - 1 .,...h,......u2iLii W-, W , , ' N " .11 Y V, t. H , Y 1 . ,hiv illlllllllllk lrfxgsg-,K ff? rj I 2' - U K v" x- NN Q T gg! 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X- Debating Club HERE come times in the life of every individual when it becomes necessary for him or her as the case may be to make before the public a statement of his or her convictions on certain subgects There is no phase of school life which better fits a person for such a duty than the worldlm debating Debating' teaches a student to appear before an audience without embarrassment and to give his arguments in a clear logical and forceful manner The cultivation of these qualities will prove asgreat as- sistance m later life Our club is composed of twelve members every one hard workers The officers of our club are We had to work hard for a place on the state debating team, and though some E of us failed to get on the team, our time was well spent. ' : - 3 Coleman. E E U Z - - : - .. .. : - : - : - - : E g : .. - annummuuunmmmmm Abbott quotes from Goldsmith, "Our greatest glory lies lnot in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." Junior and we expect him to be a leading debater on a winning team next year. Coach .......... ................... L M MATHIS .. President .......... ......... A LWIN H COLEMAN Vice President .......... ........ P AUL HOLLEMAN Secretary .......... ............. 0 MA PURSER ' Faculty Adviser ................................................ SYLVIA BURTON Q - .- Q u The members of the debating team were: Paul Holleman, Oma Purser and Alwin E We met defeat in our first battle, but nevertheless we worked hard, and as Mr. g Alwin and Oma are both Seniors, so they won't be here next year, but.Paul is a E Q , , . - : .W 'ff' :Fx : nmmnulmuuuuunplui! 'P ' fd-S, mmuluumumnumummI1numnu1uulmummluummul: N f - I' 9 L... .' f' 1 4 ,ANN f - jx - Q ' ,.,.w f F ' E Q I 4 A ' Q' ' ll' l N3 g'g'f5l' Q - X 'l D J J Q 5 : - A f Qt.. + e I 'ff' gsiigt ees- -l '1-uw., ' -A H ' 2 : 5 s - g nu f- 1-'- - E " .... ef- ' " " H ' ' "' - . E ' E E 5 1 E E E E E : E E E E 5 E E E I : E I I - : E E 5: S E E i s .- - - .. E E 5 PT 5 0 : : F ' 2 - .. - : E E E 5 ' 2 E E E E 5 E 2 g : 2 : s E E E E . . . ,- E -E E E . . . . ' . : . . , . . , . , . E : . . - E Z ' E :IE ' N- ........ . 5 E E : : 5 ............ : .L Us u n n an u an n -fe ?- new H H 4' H H 'D IInullllnuluuuIulIllmlluumIluIIIlnllullmnllllulllliQ !jllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' - i- 'V Avro- DEBATING CLUB HN FEARS JO FRIX, ENTICE, CARL PR FRED ALCUP, ST EDWIN ABBOTT. ARCHER ALWIN COLEMAN, EARL CUNNINGHAM GLADYS STRATTON ROSE MARTIN, SYLVIA BURTON, LLEMAN, HO PAUL J, S lcoach I TH M A VII . - I l L, my H' 1 H, Wwki T. . A N, IM "A"A' V !','i?l"Yi' ' H , 'C eff, - Mllgxf N """'E 'T 41. Wf T 1 f ' .W .IM ' x EJ.- Q , n A-IL mi? L i i 5g.. , a - my 5 5 Ui! E i 'Hi' 5 5 iw? s i P s E :LE 5 E flff E llii 3 PM 1 E 1 TIM T: W 1 .5 Z 5 T E, f 'ul ' 'Qi QF, fi? 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N 2 .K I l -Ju - , 'xf' ' 1, 3 ,-' I J 11: 5 -1 : - g 'Z - - m e 'V N- .VT . 1 E E E 5 h I .'-, :H.m ,.. .... , -' I..-gg?-my .hw -nr 131 :B ull N- N- "ff-7 : A Boy Scouts Of Stigler , E E THE Boy Scouts of America was organized February 8, 1910, and was granted a E E E E federal charter by act of congres April 15, 1916. Its growth has been g g phenomenal. - ' Q E E E There are now 375,000 boys and 90,000 adults actively engaged in -service for the Q E nation and its boyhood. g i E 5 E 5 Q g Our motto is "Be Prepared." 5 2 E g Our slogan is, "Do a good turn daily." : 2 2 Our .Scout yell His, E : : E "Be prepared, be prepared E : E 2 Shout it, shout it, shout, S E g g Tenderfoot, second- class 2 2 : E First class Scout." E g : srigier Troop No. 1 is an anxiliary of the Stigler public schools. It has a mem- 3 E 3 bership of thirty-one Scouts. The officers-are: i s scout Master .,..............,....................... ......... G . E. MALLORY E Q E E , Assistant Scout Master ......,....................................... L. J. LANTZ I g Local Council: A. -H. Abbott, J. B. Holleman, 0. L. Thomas E E . ' V A PATROL LEADERS E g Q Q I PAUL HOLLEMAN .............................................. wud cat Patrol E 2 - 2 .ALWIN COLEMAN ......... ......,... P amber Patrol i f ' E Q ARCHER ABBOTT .......... ........ B saver Patrol E 5 2 2 ' LEON THOMAS .....................................,.................... scout scribe E E E g , Annual Scout Hike in August E 2 ' ' WW' A E g E 0 gillllllllllllIllIllllllIllIlllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllig L A Ezibl '11lllllllllIllllIllIlllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllflllllllll -E Un ll an so n u ll n -,Hs wb 9- n n u u u u u an nlIIllIIllllIllllllIIIIIllIllIllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllh w, -ijlylf. gjrlllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllln 7 Q i vi -N- wf' - I 4 c... c E 9- BOY SCOUTS r f 'mc ', 1 F JT' fa 1 F' s - Q ni!! Jllllllllll ,, 4, X. , 4 I i , . 5 !,,' x,,.-1 - :mth ' lvl' N- Manual Trammg HE importance of industrial and vocational training has long been recognized by the leading educators, and has now been formally installed in the public schools by the statutory actlon of the Federal Government and most of the states Changing industrial and social conditions have demanded changes along educational lmes In this period of reconstruction and readJustment following the World War the courses of Voca tional Training will be greatly accelerated In the early period of our national development, manufacturing was done in the home and every child had a chance to observe the work and learn the process In the present stage of specialized production the young' worker has no opportunity to see what takes place outside his department The school therefore faces the problem of giving as broad a knowledge of industries as is possible with the facilities and equip- ment available. 'I'he mere acquiring of the so-called fundamentals is not sufficient to equip the child of today so that he can intelligently choose his life 'work. He should have a taste of industrial work in order that he may choose an occupation for which he is fitted. It is not presumed that the brief course in our school will make a student proficient in any craft or occupation, but it' will assist him to find the line of work he desires to follow. We have been handicapped, to some extent by lack of room and equipment, but with that difficulty removed there i a great future for the department. I mph, s. -mu K N ' K "- 1 M. X j X. -fmxfil - lL . . .. , ,Y Y - - 7' :F . ..,, Sty: ... ' Hg .- f-1:-' I In - , Q ', an 'fl-W'-,:l',,',... w 1-l'.'wL-in uw ' .. A.-H -g--- gh H 'H "' an ' o 0 . , '. ' ' . 'lllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllIllIIllIll!IlIIllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll.Q hbixwiliz '11IIIIllllIIIll!IIllIIllllllllllillllllllllllllIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll' Y - ny lx l W , . ,Mp , : "IIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllg " Y mllllllllllllIIlllllllIllIIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf' Un M u 'on H u Il u -C0 w,-it il- u an u on u u Y nf? v - -76- MANUAL TRAINING CLASS F V- . .Mr Q a N I! 9 -., ' 1 . ' ' . - ' Y .mlnum kv! ff' 1r,N 'gJ ' D M15 , , L 1 1" -iii' - Y i ., 'C' A - I Physics Class HE Physics Class began their study of Physical Phenomena the first day of the term, with Mr Emmett S Walden, A B as instructor The class consisted of Misses Sylvia Burton Omar Purser and Messrs Alwin Coleman Ray Jones, Thurman Jones Fred Prentice Denton Moore Edward Stalcup Irl Trout and Paul I-Iolleman From the beginning each student took special interest in the work and made grades that they will be proud of in their declining days. Millikan and' Gale s text book was thoroughly covered and a three weeks' review was taken before the term expired The laboratory was well equipped for first class experimental work as Prof Abbott made quite an addition of apparatus at the beginning of his administration. The class per formed and wrote up forty-five experiments while only forty were required. They will receive full credit on their note books at any class "A" college or university. The Stigler High School should pride itself on the excellent laboratory work done by the class of 1919-1920. - While this class has done excellent work, the future classes of Stigler High School may do even better work with the new 530,000 addition to the building and the estah- lishment of a new physical laboratory. The present and coming classes will loovc for- ward to the year when they will have the privilege of studying physics in the Stigler High School Laboratory. g N 5 in h fm In, 1 in 'jill lx 4 SEX . V1 . V is vw, f W , .TQWNFX 1 , l Ju. ., -f.'S,,,,,, W ' . f l I qt? 5-y. ,.. I swam G. nl ln O . . . . ., Q . D X , Y Y . I 1 , ' Y , . ,mf-..'1,. M f Q K A , Q A U "1llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllii. Y' "WA, lxlmuunuuuuuuuuumnumm mmnnmuuumnumuuur' -pg 3- n n on n u in in an 1IlllllllIIlllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllQ 'imap FjllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll fi -i, S It M9 5 U A H XB, PHYSICS CLASS IN LABORATORY l Q df 1lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAQ ' I Ut M ll ll ll Il in Il l no wg. 1 I I . nl 4' .. , 1 ,llll ,ry ek l " U I in :Ri f 'NC -l X' i I J J IL '5' . Y it p- 'Tgir ...f ' .---f I. " Af- 'Nr ,N'f , '- .W b lll- ..- O ' 1 - . . . . . . Agrlculture THAT does Agrlculture stand for ln the Stlgler Hlgh School? Before this year the word Agriculture merely meant the study of some of the Theory of Agriculture Now, however, since the school has met the requlrements of the Smlth Hughes Law the word Agrlculture has taken a Wider meanlng When a student enrolls ln the de partment now, he spends one half of hlS tlme ln studying Agriculture a a Science, and from 9. practical standpolnt It IS an established fact that Agrlculture will play an lmportant part ln the llfe and prosperity of our school and our town Then why should not our boys who mean to make farmers, be trained for thelr vocatlon the same as a lawyer or a doctor" This IS exactly what our Agrlcultural Department wlll strlve to do ln Ithe future It IS not the town boy that we are interested ln, nelther IS It the boy who lntends to go to college after he flnlshes high school, but It IS the boy who lntends to follow farming as a vocation after finishing high school and is not able to attend college, that our depart- ment will try most to serve. In this effort we are fortunate in being backed by the Federal Government. ' The school has been passed on by the Director of Vocational Education and ap- proved, which means that the school will get Federal aid for carrying on this program. In planning the new auditorium to the building, our department has been given ample consideration. The department will consist of three divisions, a class room, used for recitations and library work, a laboratory used for Carrying on germination and soil tests, and experiments with different kinds of plantsg a shop which will be constructed and equipped as a practical farm shop. In this shop we will do work of the same na- ture that the modern farmer is likely to have to do almost daily. Of course the pro- gram is in its infancy, but with the zeal and backing we are receiving from our' School Board and Commercial Club, as well as Uncle Sam, we feel sure that our department will grow and serve the people in a practical and common sense way. 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I I : : - E 7' : . - - - .. .. .. - - .. - .. : - .- - .. - : - - : - 1 - .. - .. : .. - - - . .. 1 . - - - - - .. - - .. - - - - .. - .. - - - E - - : .. .. - 2 - - - - - - .. I E - : - : : - .. E .. - - - - : - : : I S 5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 .. - -- .. .. w : - - - - "' - - - - - - - .. - - .. - - .. Cl llln In the cookmg course xs mcluded the manufacture of foods prmclples of cookmg l41'!FCj"' gllllllllllx , !f' : .-rv' u - u - - un - Q - , - ' 2 I - " uv - - - - - u p - - , .- : Z : Z , - , - - - -, - - - - I ,TEH '., 'warms X 'ig lllllllg' , sv . 9 I "' s 0 If f', if'i H if its fwf' A -'W 4 b 1 R -'NN . l - - G1 yall D l v. QM , fam 1 X wi J J- A -. - ,H 1 ,VU 1 ' us : .- .5 , Y .ff f-no -- l 1 f T-N-I - . V - , , S - ,,. , ,, 1 ... Ego!! ,.,,-- W - " . X-we kkif I 5 : f' V .v-,. V . ' ' ' " ' ..- ...- . ...,. 1--.'.., -u' .. JW J B , WI- ,,. L... - g ,,,. e--:....: ' - - ' .u... -.u- . , ' - n Domestlc Sc1ence GREAT deal IS bemg sald these days about occupatzonal subyects ln hlgh schools and colleges Domestlc Sclence as one of these subJects The obJect of thls course IS to tram glrls to be mtelllgent home makers The course thls year mcluded one umt of cookmg and one unxt of sewmg chemlcal composxtlon, selectlon of food, economlcal preparatxon and the correct method of serving The Domestlc Art of Sewmg course mcludes hand sewmg and the use of the ma chme The girls were glven several problems m makmg underwear, gmgham aprons, and gmgham dresses Some very pretty garments were made Twenty three girls took the course thxs year And on account of the crowded condltlon no more glrls were al lowed to enter the department But next year we expect to be able to accommodate a great many more, for we are to have a much larger laboratory wlth mdwxdual equlp ment for twenty girls, and locker for each glrl s aprons and towels We are also to The glrls taklng the course thls year are as follows Irene Calloway Rose Mar tm, Bermce Grace, Reba Walker, Selma Cole, Myrtle Sherrll, Flora Abbott, Johnme Murphy, Thelma White, Rachel Robbms Irene Compton, Irene Cunnmgham Vxrgla Ratteree, Ruth Scargall, Fern Garner, Fern Conard, W'alcy Wllllams, Ina Johnson, Bessle Martin, Mary Pogue, Beulah Malone, DlX16 Wllhams, Dawle Lane we - - - - - Z - - - - - u - - -. - - - - 525 E 2 5-3 ' ir: E E ' ' E :E E - E ' . . 5 . h . u N E -U 5:3 ' ?:i : : E 4 . . o , 1 f . , E Q E E , . . . . . . 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' ' .. , E nlIIIIllllllIllllllllllllllIIlllllllllIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllQ ,of wg ,jillllllIlIllIlllllIIIIlllllllllllIllIllIllllllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllln h lr - i' ul' ,-sa- L A A , -W -I Y ' 1 .,,,, a N- 1' S 1 'Rs , illlllllllllj . -5' , 178' sa. - 9 A N 43,5 P . 5 -1 gf J f f - avr A gf , J . f gmi f-if - , - glam ea wr I ,,4'- L fslifylll " K, wi ' I J Jun i : 2 f Ne- s - -- Kult -- V N -WT 1 5 5 E V f'f-- .-'. 2 --.-..... --1"-'.'2E"Q,,j nw ' .. MW .'-. V :B WI ,,. i s WE WOULD LIKE 'ro KNOW: E E If Mr. Stokes is married? i s When did Deacon Walden smile last? i s E E What does Miss Middlebrooks do with Cecil's Argosys and All-Stories? E 2 E E Why Riley's is the main scene of attraction at recess? i f Q E If Alwin can ever win Rose from John? - E E Q E When Jerry failed to be without some "Spearmint?" E E E What was the subject of the conversation between Gladys and Roy about Xmas E E , Q time ? E ' E g g Who was the gentleman with Mary and Geraldyne Sunday, Jan. 17? E S E E Why Elizabeth thinks the national air should be "All the World will be jealous of g i : EE me?" X 2 5 5 E If Deacon Walden's Tennessee friend is red headed or a blonde? S i i g Why pigeons fly out of the Sophomore study-hall? 5 2 E Q Why we can't go to lunch at 12:00? E E Just why Mr. Walden didn't match a game with Fort Smith on the night of Jan. 6? E E ' E If anyone was disappointed over the results of the "Beauty Contest?" E E ' Q Who ingraved "Haden" on Virga's pencil? E E - : Just what motive the boys had in the "Beauty Contest"? 3 - E E Why such a wonderful change prodominated over Miss Middlebrooks after the Q Q E: Xmas holidays ? I - ' 5 'E Why the football boys were not awarded the gold footballs? ' E Q Q Why NIGER GOLF is the most popular sport? 2 E S 2 Just how much did John contribute toward the "Beauty Contest"? ' E Kenneth's secret of stepping out a different girl each night? 2 : ' Q Why 'Archie didn't find Elzie and his lady friends on the night of Jan. 28? E E , ' E When is the Barnett and DuBerry bout to be staged ? E 2 ' 5 When will Pat and Mr. Walden sever their friendly and diplomatic relations? E 5 - , Why Mr. Abbott seeking information about a certain "board," questions Carl? 2 Q : E Why Mr. Stokes failed to return to his respective Agriculture class? E E E E What is the exact date of the last program rendered by the Literary Society? 2 5 Was anyone wounded by shrapnel from "son-of-a-guns" when the High School E E E E went "over the top"? E g Who is the next teacher to venture out on the sea of matrimony? 5 E 3 5 If Miss Marshall is engaged? E g E g Why all the windows over the auditorium are locked and nailed every night? E I E E Why such a mysterious atmosphere dwells over the Junior cloak-room? E S E E Why Jerry was detained in chapel one morning ? ? ? ? : 5 E E When Rita and Harwood are going to jump the moon? E E E E Who is going to break Edwin Stalcup in? i s E 5 Who Harwood really likes best, Miss Gentry or Mi s Middlebrooks? fAsk Ray.J gf Q E E When the Seniors are going on a picnic? 2 2 Why Oma doesn't like the boys in school? ' E S i f Why Sylvia is always inclined to turn around in the seat? E E E E What caused flour hand prints on,M'r. Stokes' back-we asked Miss Gentry but E g E E she only blushed. ' 2 E 2 E Why the Seniors have to take final exams ? . - 5: E g When there are going to be good lessons on Monday? i f E E Why boys wear spectacles in March and not any other month? E 5 E E Why are Jewels so precious to Cecil? E E Has Carl Frix quit stealing Grandpa Pew's chickens? g g E E Why Mr. Chewning likes "Pearls"? 'E E g why Mr. Abbott parts his ui hair in the middle? E 5 E E Why Mr. Mathis is enterested i -- 2 ' 5 iture? : : , .vlff5,:':5q 7 : : E -' allIlllllllIIIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIQ " V QmlllllllllllllIllllIllIIIllIIIInlIImuInuullllllllullullllllllllla - E Un ll Il n H H ll u -'Q wil' Fl- ll Il ll I N in an an allllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllL! h ,J-IlllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf W 1 4- ...34... , " , x, 1 ". fl B in Q 1 Ellllllllllll ' .,- 1 1 , ls ' 9 4 mum- ? 7 ' 1' i si ' :H ' MC A - 1 - J E 5 I ' 5 X X ' , Vi ,743 h 7 nite-'E VA A Qxmgsllx WM1 ',,f,..-'. .Q ' fisifhg wi ,.wf'IfH :l5 w,i, ff" Literary Meet ' : WARD SCHOOL. Fredda Tayes .......... .............................................................. F irst in Piano Solo Charley Wadley ......... ............................ F irst in Declamation Gladys Hailey ......... .......................................... ' .................... F ir t in Vocal Solo E HIGH SCHOOL. A y Edwin Stalcup ........ .............................................................. F irst in Violin Solo Corine Moore .......... .......................... S econd in Violin Solo Elizabeth Nash .............. ................................... F irst in Reading Geraldine Wesson .......... ............................... F irst in Piano Solo Paul Holleman .,......... ............................ F irst in Declamation Leo Hall ,,.,,..,..,..,,,.., ........................... S econd in Vocal Solo 5 It was Septeinber morn in July, F gf The snow was sleeting fast, - E, E A barefoot boy with shoes on 2 Came swimming thru the grass. Q 5 . It was midnight on the ocean, 2. Not a trolley car in sight, gl 5 The forest fires kept burning 21 - And it rained all day that night. 'I -R. M. J. 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NK fit " I ' is Fi N U ,,f,,...w.- -X 5 PARTY FOR HEAVENER FOOT BALL BOYS On Friday October 10 1919 the Senior Class of Stigler High School entertained the Heavener Foot Ball Boys The party was held in the Primary room of the High School building which was decorated with penants and ferns The evening was spent in play mg games in which the prizes were awarded to Carl Frlx and Sylvia Burton Re freshments, consisting of hot chocolate and cake were served at a late hour The party closed with a farewell to the Heavener Foot Ball team, wishing them better luck elsewhere than they had in Stigler WEINIE ROAST FOR FOOT BALL BOYS On Friday October 24th 1919 the girls of Stigler High School gave the foot ball boys a wemle roast The lunches were prepared by the glrls and everyone assembled on the school grounds at seven oclock, where we loaded into trucks and started to-we knew not where When we stopped we were at Bald Knob where the boys built up a big camp fire over which we toasted welmes, marshmallows and bread After the fire had died down until Just a glow was cast over the crowd of us some one started up a song and everyone Joined In this way we spent the rest of the evening We started home about eleven thirty Slhglng all the Way home MRS. MEANS ENTERTAINS FOR THE FT. SMITH FOOT BALL BOYS On November 11, 1919, we had the most interesting foot ball game of the season between Stigler and Ft. Smith High Schools. After the game a most delightful lunch- eon was given at the home of Mr. and Mars. E. D. Means, honoring both teams and their lady friends. The evening was spent in discussing the game until the train, on which our visiting team was to leave, was due. Every one went with them to the train, bid- ding them farewell. A most delightful time was had by everyone. ALL-DAY PICNIC The annual May Day picnic of Stigler High School was the biggest and most enjoyed of all outings this year. The girls prepared the baskets while the boys furnished the trucks. We assembled on the school ground at eight o'clock in the morning and started for Mountain Fork, arriving there about ten thirty. The boys began to fish and the girls to prepare dinner, which was spread and ready to eat by eleven-thirty. After dinner there was swimming for about an hour and one half. After this every one was ready for something to eat, so the girl fixed a lunch, and after eating it, we came home. This picnic was enjoyed by every one and we hope it will be a thing to look forward to every year. A he I I L Q .Z KT N fl. l JH 'Nil - - -v'. -lull K f ' 'iv-X X ska wi" v w, l x 7 .cg , Vf lbiiilvrls '-VP 1 H , We-Q kfhznt IL " "-' "" ' ' """""'f-ff"-' .., ' ..... J' LL M ' N- I , , , . I . I 9 ' . ' . - 1 - , . . , y , . . . , . . - , . , . l I - . , . . . 1: A up,,,,,,,.,x - ,. . y..f.:5'.' 1 1- 1lllIIllIlllllIlIllll lllll l lllllll llllll l lllllll llllll l llllg 7 ,bid .lilIIIIllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' ' u I -G Ywfi-yi 3- I on n an an n I 'llllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllla .jiIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIllIllIIIllIIIIlllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllI' 1 ,-I .' -87-1 fe uf f ilii. 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A Modern F airy Tale fOr1ginalJ Once upon a time there was a king whose name was World and as you have suspected, he had a wonderfully beautiful daughter whose name was Freedom of the Seas This king also had a Golden Fleece more wonderful than the one of ancient Greece because this one was the golden Fleece of Democracy This Fleece was valued by Kmg World more than anything else he possessed so you can imagine the conster nation of the Kmg when a huge, hideous giant known to all as the Kaiser came to visit Kmg World and after getting into the good graces of this monarch stole the Golden Fleece of Democracy and fled with it to his strong castle Berlin in Prussia Kmg World was frantic and offered his daughter Prmcess Freedom of the Seas in marriage to any knight who would rescue and bring back to him the Golden Fleece of Democracy Now many gallant knights loved the Princess Freedom of the Seas but they all turned pale and said that if those were the conditions of marriage with the Princess she would be an old maid because they all knew that no one would ever rescue the Golden Fleece of Democracy from the Kaiser Howver, there was one small kmght braver than the others who offered to make an attempt to rescue the Golden Fleece of Democracy Accordingly, he set out and no one ever heard of him any more Thus things went on until King World was beginning to fear that his Golden Fleece of Democracy was gone forever when one day a strange kmght came to his court He told the Kmg that his name was Prince Entente and upon hearing the K1ng's tale of woe he immediately set out to rescue the Golden Fleece of Democracy King World was delighted at his departure and Princess Freedom-of-the-Seas began to work upon her trousseau so that she might marry Entente upon his return. Leaving the Princess thus engaged we shall follow the adventures of the Prince who had not gone far when he met the fairy I mention. She was pale and weak and his appearance touched the heart of Entente, who solicitously inquired her destination. She replied that it was the court of King World, but that she had been held prisoner by the horrible giant the Kaiser for so long that she was so weak she could hardly go. Upon hearing this Entente explained to her that he was going to rescue the Golden Fleece of Democracy and asked her if she could suggest a way by which he might rescue it more easily. At this Invention became very sad and told Entente that this was an almost hopeless task and she could not help him, save! by giving him a great black charger whose name was British Tank, a magic sword called Machine Gun, and last but not least an invisible coat called Gas Mask. Entente thanked her gratefully for the three gifts. She sadly bade him farewell, and they continued on their separate ways. Entente had not gone far when he saw the body of wounded Peace lying beside the road. His anger mounted and he exclaimed, "Only one person could have done this!" He knelt beside Peace and soon discovered faint flutter of her pulse, and much encouraged by this, he looked around for a place where she might be sheltered. Far away he saw a huge red cross shining in the sun and he knew that he was nearing the castle of the Red Cross which, while not entirely free from the depredations of the Kaiser, had been nearer so than the other castles. To this he took the senseless Peace and seeing her in safe hands he again continued his way. Again he had not gone far when he noticed a knight in full armour lying across the road. Removing this knight's helmet he found himself gazing into a pale, suffering face. A W A U U '1lllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIlllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIIILQ 'K 'I gllll llllllll lllllllll l lllllll lllllll l lllllll lllllll llllllllllllr an an n an u ll no -fe vm s- nllllulllllIllllllllllullllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllgy ,QIIH'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllIIIll'llllllllllllllllllllllllr ' ',l 1 v ., i v ,Ha .4 , 3, f I fill fe Me 1 he --A- Q Fl ' L :lull Wixy - - ' . .1 . f I .. iv? 1 ,gil l 1 .Www cl .um K Ji ' Vi , ,,, I 1'Vi"l ' X, l ll- X " 1-fi ' fi J sf 5lQ aTgQkF A -"' """"'f 1319 ' .. .... JU. , i VW ' "' ll ' ' ,, I ' ' If I I 9 ' ,Y u S ,rv - ' ie . cc ' 1 t . . . ,, , . ll Pl ' fl ' ' ' ' I, lf ' ,Y ' ld' ' ' 9 3 ' ' ll ll PY ' e If ,Y ' ' if ' ' ' ,Y 9 7 7 ' f u YI 7 Y gr . . v, I . , . Q t ' , ll ' ' .fl I If ' Y Y Y Q - u , n 7 Ah my compamon in arms exclaimed Entente impulsively Tell me who has done this and your wrongs shall be avenged a thousand fold It can never be 0 the other knight repl d I set out from King World s cour to rescue the Golden Fleece of Democracy and had arrived only thus far when a huge bird sailed over my head and dropped bombs on me woundmg me sorely Oh' exclaimed Entente That must be the Zeppelm of which Invention told me If I had only a place to leave you while I push on to avenge your wrongs' Here he felt a gentle touch on his arm and lookmg up he beheld a beautiful Maiden standing beside him I will care for your wounded comrade she said softly if you wish to continue on your way against the Kaiser Who are you' cried Entent I rephed the strange maiden am Columbia the guardian angel of the Americas 'I have heard much of you and feel that I can safely trust my comrade to yo Entente said and taking a tender leave of the wounded knight he continued on his way He had not gone far when he came to an impenetrable forest which he immed lately recognized to be the much talked of Forest of Barbed Wire Entanglements Remembering the Fairy Inventions saying that his charger British Tank would rush through such a forest, he mounted him with a sigh of relief and before he realized it he was carried safely through it Just as he was safely through the forest he fell from his horse faint with exhaustion and hunger As he lay breathless and mert, a uff voice asked him ' Wlhat ails you friend?" En ente replied I am faint with hunger 'Is that all"" asked the old man "then eat all you want my brave Entente and so saying the old man gave him a generous supply of food and drmk Lntente said, after he had eaten all he could You know me, but who ale you? The old man laughed and said, "I am Uncle Sam, representative of the United States. My niece, Miss Columbia, told me of your bravery and though I am rather old I have joined you to help rid King World of that horrible nuisance, the Kaiser." Much cheered by these words Entente arose and suggested that they push on to the Castle Berlin-in-Prussia. Soon they saw the tall towers of this Castle far away on the plain and Entente rushed forward eagerly. He had only gone a short distance when he could see that the doors of the castle were guarded by two firey griffin Boches. Playing before the castle was a huge sea monster which Entente knew to be a U-Boat, the Super-Monster. Circling above the castle was a huge bird and Entente knew that this was a Zeppelin. Undaunted by these sights Entente rushed forward eagerly, only to be met by an overwhelming wave of gas. He quickly put on his invisible coat, Gas Mask, and passed untouched through all. He arrived at the moat around the castle only to be met by a shower of hand grenades hurled by an unseen foe. He immediately pointed his trusty sword, Machine Gun, upon this spot and ploughed up the ground, unearthing a mass of Turks, Bulgers and Austrians who had been in the moat. "Spare us!" they all cried, falling upon their knees before Entente, "we have not wanted to kill the innocent and burn beautiful cities." "I believe you," Entente replied readily, "and you must prove your sincerety by helping me storm this castle." The Turks, Bulgars and Austrians willing, stormed the castle and Entente was soon in possession of it. It contained many cells-and from all of these came deep Q L . U "llIllllllllllllIlllllllllllll lllllllllllllll I llllll llllllll lllbg QTI IIIIIIII lllllllll l Illllll l lllllll l llllllll lllllllllllllllllllllf It i H "' I 'Vi X 11llIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ gjlllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' .- - - as q Jllllllllll F . - P jf' - 5-fi,, , 9' uf Q1 is 5 : - - - - - - .. - - E : Q - - - : - n 2 - - - - ... - - : - un .- - .- - - - 5 - - .. - - - . 3 : .. , -r u l un ' - g - - - p 2 - 2 : s - E - '44, : 1- alllllllllllIlllllllIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ 'T ' ll Ss 'l rv- 'L .--"' rt I . groans Entente opened the door of one cell and found a poor, weeping, gray haired man You poor man, Entente cried moved to pity by his heart breaking sobs Who are you "" Of the most unfortunate person on earth I am the German People," the ma sand between sobs "For years I have been held in slavery by the Kaiser For fear you do not know about him I will tell you, he has six heads They are Hate Greed Ambition, Mllltarlsm, Cruelty and Hypocrisy He is off his guard now but he will soon catch you and then, Heaven pity you for he will notl' Where is he now"" Entente asked excitedly In the highest tower of the castle, the German People repl d He stays there all the time since he stole the Golden Fleece of Democracy He hopes to fmd some way with which to dim the luster, but he has never yet succeeded, and It shines through all the castle and cheers us miserable captives Entente rushed away before the German People finished speaking and soon found himself in the Highest tower of the castle He paused at a door through which a dim radiance shone Just then the llght was totally extinguished From beyond the dooi came six voices m a shout Eureka' Ive put you out at las Sick with fear Entente Jerked the door open to fmd the six headed Kaiser stand mg trlumphantly over the extinguished light of the Golden Fleece of Democracy Entente launched himself at the Kaiser in a fury of rage and disappointment With one blow of his trusty sword Machine Gun he blew the Kaiser and all his six heads to a warmer climate than they were used to, and with a shout of Joy Entente clasped the again glowing Golden Fleece of Democracy to his breast never letting it go for an instant, he set all the Kaiser s prisoners free killed those who were his friends and at last returned to Uncle Sam. Together they set out toward the court of Kmg World On their way they stopped at the castle of the Red Cross and found Peace fully recovered from the wounds inflicted by the Kaiser. Here, too, they found the wounded knight whom they discovered to be Prince Belgium and who was almost fully recovered. Uncle Sam and Entente continued on their way to the court of King World where Uncle Sam was met by Miss Columbia where the Golden Fleece of Democracy was -restored to King World with its glory undimmed and where Entente wedded Princess Freedom-of-the-Seas and lived happily ever after. -Gladys Ward, 19. ' ,., TTD r'-ef f? fgii' I ' 'NTU-I2-. Y . .,,W -.Tm , - - - - : - - - ' Z : - - - - - - : 2 " - ' - : 1 - ' - ' - - --' Q xi C i .7 x 'I -..- ' ' I , , -jx. A h A g all u' Y '-,' - - . f A N 1-f , 2 -we J J- : ,nu 1 X ,L N , X , g . - - : ' ' 'X . A 'I , . l "' s '-OT Q . Eli X 'ga' " ' .. 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Q 2 The plural of brother-in-law is Sister-in-law? E E E E Shakespeare was born in 1850, and made two trips to America with Columbus 'I E 2 ' Formal invitations are written to people we have never met, and are written in A 2' fourth person '! E 'E E .romeo Russel Lowell io, the author of Daffodils?" E 2 2 2 Goldsmith wrote Portia's Plea for Mercy? E E To make a good letter it takes energy, penmanship, unity and neatness? 5 2 Criticism is comparing the good things and bad things together? 2 E E 2 The apostrophe is used to connect conjunctions in sentences? : E Obsolete words are those that have gone out of existence? I E V E E E This quotation is taken from Sorab and Rustum-6We are all like swimmers gath- Q 2 ered together in the sea, poised on the top of the mountain side"? E E : Q The old woman appeared to be an "Italian" who sat in the corner of the waiting E - Q mom poorly dressed ? 2' 2 E g This a quotation from "Vision of Sir Launfal": Qlur heart is true like the grass is E S E g green and the sky is blue? Q E The early Greek religion was shaped like a Bee Hive with a gate that runs back of it? E E The civilization of the Agean Age was Autocracy? i A ,,,., A E G Slllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllcg J 01llllllIllllllllIllllIIIIIllllIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIE - S Us ll 'il Il ll ll ll u -We ll,-all EN- u u n ll ll u nl no nlIIllIllllIllllllllIllllllIIllllllIlIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllh gjillllllllllllllIIIIIIllllllllllllllIlllllllIlllllIllllIlllIllllllllllllllllllln ,ul iw T' . i Y I-92-A nw . .tt ,3.nV.7.p ,,,,l.,........,. 1 X , ' ' - R ' f -'W . . 4,1 , uf nl ---- -- m A - , - ' 1 .' in S, .ff p g 9 it JE ? a -'-'- a- t. .- E E School Calendar for the Year 2:55 SEPTEMBER. 2 1 E E Sept. 15.-School opens with new Arkansas Teachers in the faculty. g g Sept. 16.-Chapel talk by new Superintendent. 2 2 , Sept. 17.-Down to work with few books. : , Sept. 18.-Senior Class organized. E E Sept. 19.--Friday-all glad to have two days' rest. g g Sept. 24.-New Senior enters school. E E ' sept. 25.--Mr. Abbott holds chapel with interesting talk. E E OCTOBER.. E E E 2 Oct. 4.-Mr. Abbott lectures on, "No more communication between sexes." E E Oct. 5.-Harwood hits Denton with an eraser. E 2 Oct. 6.-Miss Langston gives lecture to High School entitled, "No more eralsers E - E I thrown in Study Hall." Q E 'T 3 2 2 Oct. 10.-Stigler plays Heavener in Football. A E 2 Oct. 13.-Rita and Harwood on badterms. E E 2 2 Oct. 14.-More new books appear on scenes. E V E Oct. 15.-Dixie loses shoe heel. E E Oct. 19.-Three times tardy and you are expelled. QSO sayeth Miss Langston.J E 3 E E Oct. 20.-Girls Basket Ball team organized. E E Oct. 21.-Reverend Evans gives lecture to High School students. 2 2 Oct. 23.-No leaving school without permission. 5 5 E Q Oct. 24-Stigler plays Checotah on Stigler's field. QAn easy walk-over.J i Q E Oct. 27.--Every one is rejoicing over Checotah game. E E E 2 Oct. 28.-Rita and Sylvia lead yells in pep meeting. E 5 ''-'-"--1----'1I----ff'lIII-II1I--- Ilillll I1l-------v1-'--I Illlllt 9 ' F' tlt-------f----t----------tt---tt---tt-t-.-.----t--------------------f--t-t E E l lill U l lllll l llll I ll lllll HI l'll lllll l i llllll gglnl lllllll Illlllll lllllll llllllll lllllll llllllu lnnlau i l luuu I IE -93... : : E 5 ec I f . -1'- ,Zur rw!"-5 'E+ ' WENT i"!5'1"11f4' "IL 1 7 "7""431 .' -' ,Wa Q , . " , - -' 5 I L E Q A -'N . .I I s V -W K in wwf x Q " , uf G1 E? 'L g awk . I K as - I A '-I it AY x Ev Y A KELNQ gp il J J lg .E e '-'- - " 12- . -- 2 - - - .. ' 2 : n , - , -. - - - I - - - - I I - - ' I - - : - ' p 2 : g - : - - : - 2 - - . - - : 3 : 'r- ' : 2 - - : g : - -1. 'V' P NOVEMBER. ' 5 Nov 7-School dull. Football boys defeat Ozark . E i g Nov 11- Hurrah Celebrate half holiday 1 5 :. Nov 12 -Exams begin-don't let the blue flunk pads affect your mood y E , Nov 14 -Exams over' ' - 2 E I Nov 17.-Monday-bad lessons as usual. - 5 , - Nov 19 -Rita and Sylvia hide in closet to keep from going to peach orchard with E : 5 Stockes ' ' .-More rules : E Nov Nov ' Nov - Dec Dec ec : ec -Freeze out 10 -Hot. Gee!!! . : Dec - ec BC Dec -Rain no recess E -Two days for Thanksgiving Z DECEMBER. i -Denton back from Thanksgiving holidays E -High School Inspector fWatch your step J - -Excitement over ball game is 12 -Buffalo Day 9 " E 19 -Grand and Glorious Holidays 5 29 -Some one is always taking the joy out of life E 31 -sms 1919 a sad sam E - lu- ' - 2 I 1 : -'41,-' f, X - : '1llllllllllllllIllIllIIIIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIN! ' V? X? Qin un umuumuun mnmumm uumnuu u nnuulmur' 'IllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllIllllllllIli 'N mhlllllllllllIllllllllllllllIIIlllIIllllIlllllllllIllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllf' l 45. , S . . u .n - I . Mr. . - .zo . - - .2s. , . 1 .2s. . ' ' .s. ' . .4. . . - 3 D .s. . 2 , D .9. . 5 - D . . .. 2 D . . ' . 2 D . . ' . : I A , is A U E : H H ll ll ll Il H I ' If 'XJ I ll H ll I l Il I Il ll ID , x H 7 7 I J' ',-'f,,lLa .:..A..i.,1 , , ,-....,l. :..aai.'.:'a -.vl A . 9 'F w -In s..!'.....-- -,.li,..m 1, 5 IIIIIIIIIIIX I- ,, Q f gb uf my .031 :G ,,,,, 1 I, . F . T R ' R E E 'H' Ui' N wft.-1 y y ,, ,'1 5 ' ---- ,,. " JANUARY. :E E :E Jan. 1.-New resolutions. E: E 'E Jan. 5.-First snow. Q 2 Jan. 7.-Buffalo Beauty Contest. g g Jan. 8.-Naomi Green, Buffalo Beauty. 2 2 E Q Jan. 12.-Sharpen up your wits and knock off the rust for the mid-term exams E E are at hand. g f : E Jan. 13.-Exams start. E - 2 E E Jan. 18.-No more study hall, a complete change up. - E E Jan. 19.-Seniors start practicing on Play. E : Jan. 21.-Seniors on front row in Chapel. 5 S Jan. 22.-Miss Middlebrooks out of school. E E E AJan. 23.-'lFlu" raging. E 5 Jan. 24.-Seniors have new teacher. E 2 Jan. 26.--No chapel, 15 minutes study. 2 ' E FEBRUARY. E 1 E g Feb. 2.-New Agriculture teacher. E E E E Feb 3.-Roy Grace robs High School of Domestic Science teacher. Q E . Feb. 4.-All excitement over the elopement. E E Feb 5.--Nothing'?'!? E Q E Q Feb 9.-All warned of High School Inspector. E S Feb 10.-Rita and Sylvia have ink fight. N : Q E Feb 12.-New Junior enters School. E E Q E Feb 13.-School lucky-for a few tardies. g g Feb 16.+Girls go to Porum for Basket Ball game. E 2 Feb. 19.-Miss Middlebrooks back to school. 5 E N E Feb. 20.-Nothing but play practice. Q E ' Feb. 21.-212212 2 2 Feb 22.-Wonder why we don't celebrate. Q Q Feb 23.-An ex-Senior fMyrtle Lanej visits school. E g Feb 28.-Spooky Party. 1 21? "" """ . """ """ . . """' """ . """' """" . ' F "'-"" """" ' """' """' . """" """' """ "" 5 H lfllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIl'll'IIIIl'l'I'I'IIllI'II"ll fQ W 1 IQQ Il"lIIllIl"lllllllllllil"ll'l'lll'l"Il" 'I' "'"""""""""""""' " Q T - 6 Y -95. WF W It 1 ff-W-vw . - , -"'. l Rf , A - , nl' li uf gl Wfqi I . . A A A it .ss .. A if ii H .....,-' '- " ' .- , . x - . .--'- W - ..... ' ..ui'.1f1-, .15 .. uw -:f s 2 : MARCH. gi 2 3:5 March 1.-Windy as usual. E - E g g March 3.-Rita visits school. 1 - if March 4.-Ralpfpaip, rain. 2 2 2 March 5.-4 o'clock and all is well. March 6.-Ray gets A hair cuz. fWhy.J A 7 g g March 10.--Visitors, act precise. ' is E E 5 March 11.-Extra, Extra, Extra, Ray Jones has SILK SOCKS. 2:2 March 15.--Girls play Pprum. : 5 March 18.-Nothing unusual. E E 2 2 . March 22.-Agriculture class takes hike. ,E ' March 25.-Irl in the Office.-'! 1 1 :E 5 - ig APRIL. E z E 2 April 1.-All fppl day, so take ie. 2 2 April 5.-First base ball game. E E E 5 I April 6.-Seniors practice on Play. 2 2 April 8.-Harwood back in school--on 'visit. E ? April 10.--Mr. Mathis gets hair cut. 3 N E 2- 5 April 17.-Rita and Sylvia ip office. 2 2 E 2 2 April 19.-Ball game with Keota. E 2 1 April 20.-No work-no play. 3 if 2 2 April 21.-Five more weeks of grace. Q 2 April 23.-Oma takes tumble down steps. E : E g April 26.-Mr. Mathis goes to Pittsburg. E E E E April 28.-Mr. Walden tries new corn cure. 2 E E April 29.-First slate for Mr. Walden. 1Purchases box of candy.J 2-2 April 30.-Last Lyceum number. Q E- E 4 A 1 ..l...................................... ...................-.---.- A sg f -..-. .......----l-.-----..-..-..--.--.---.--.----------.---.---------------- U Un ll It ll ll ll ll II -,Me 1 nlIIllIIIllIIIIlIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIQ lp Qi ' ' lxl I 795: 9- Il ll ll ll 4l Il ll an .jlllllllllIllllIlllllllllllII!!lllllllillIllUIU5lllllilllllllilllflllul"Nun T l 3 .A - I ...A n..' . .l...x..,. I '+R 12-1 Q . - . ,vV v. v - fa lf mffl? ' . I! 9 n ff' mx gllllllllllt 1 ' , . b - F Y . 9 u' xw vi " lIlllllc - : .' -.. - I -X, B - r' ' :. ,, ".f. ,' 1-.' , -:Y .Wu , , , : : g .,,,,,a--"' ,-. :pm 1' W, 49- , fu A ,,. E 2 MAY. N E Z ' S E May 3.-All day picnic. Q 2 May 7.-Senior Play. L 1' E E E May 16.-Baccalaureate Sermon. - " 5 E May 17.-Longer the worse. S E May 21.-Commencement. 1 E 2 - E 5 May 22.-"Au Re voir." " 75 E E ' A , 5 5 . WWF E E xe -,,- 1 , . 0-f" , 3 E f x""' - ' E 2 PM 5 2 , , 5 W A i s a 'E - s W E E - K. 2' - ,, 5 5 ' V A A f- ' 5 s wb -A " 5 s i 2 5 , 3 ' if 4. E: E - F Q 5 A A . 5 5 E ' lilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllig 'A -,A YQIIIllllIlIIllllIllIIIllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli 0 : --Q N - sv- u 1 n 1 u u I - E Dm llllllllll lllllIlllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIIIIlllIl!!llf! 5h'7fm ,jlllllllllll llllllllll llllllllllllllll llllllIIlllllllllllllllll lllllll lllf: - V - Q ' 'V k . 1 . W' frsmliiifde.-:. ' Q Ball I' X I 3 ' 'T' 3. . ma CJ one u E ? I , Hx - .3 J X K , , xp- - :n:1: E jgki- A .ln 31 Q E i AEM! , R :tl J I :E "' .. 1 "-'-'7?"1iv1 ,M c .Mf'::zpV AQ- , 1,5 ' " ...-221' -,g i P 'f' E n 5 E 2 5 5 sUP'r. A. H. ABBOTT, . 5 snigm, om. E .3 2 4 My Dear Superintendent: Q E V This iq to that at a meeting of the High E E Q E School Inspection Board on March 29, 1920, the I f - Stiglor High School was approved for 28 units as , 1 E Q recorded in the application. Veiy truly youre, E 2 Q 2 . c. M. HOWELL, 5 2 2 2 High School Inspector. E 2 MAN:LO. Q 2 :I 1 : E 2' E E iz E E S ' : W : 2 glllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllltllllllllll-9 'F-1 QU!lrlllvmllIullulnnIaxas1ullllunlzlltllllInllllllllllllnlulllllli -.E DL H ll 'll an in or '1 S '-- ll n n n u n u in - : nr i e V , o - alllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllljs - 1 ..llllllllllllllIIIIIIIllllIlllllIIIIIIllIllllHIllHlllllllllllllllllllllllilifl E' ' A 7 -lb- A X4 'H 1 1 ' 1 7 L 6 . y 1 , - 1 . - . A. . - ' 4 - f'...Q A- . .Hg .,- I ,M 11-,Z . , ., - K I :'- ' - Q gm , , . 5 V - L1 Z1 ' in -, , , 1 , 1' w "K .zrlegl '.L l ,,,zg 1,T'h"'.i NF- In 5 A H,- X '5'I'E'1, " . 'f,7.? ' 4'. 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E E 2 E Mrs. Moore fin history classjs "Leo, when was the battle of Thermopylae E gi Q E fought?" E 2 i f Leo: "In the year 480, B. V. D." S 2 S E Miss Vineyard: "Bill, can you name a cape in Alaska?" E i E g Bill: "No'm." E 5 S E Miss Vineyard: "That's right, Cape Nome." , S E Mr. Walden fin Physicsjz "Ray, what is velocity?" 5 E Ray: "Velocity is what a man puts a hot plate down with." Q E Miss Middlebrook fin English IVJ: "Denton, what was the name of Shakes- 2 : E 'P E peare's wife ?" 5 : 5 E f Denton: "Mrs. Shakespeare." E E g g Mr. Walden: "Roy, I'm tempted to send you to the office." if E Roy: "The Bible says, 'Yield not to temptation! " ' , 2 5 Edwin: "So Henry is engaged, is he? And is Evvie the bride-to-be?" : E Fred: "No, she is the tried-to-be." S E ur Lumber Store is Full Q E of the best building material. We ask for your business with the E E assurance that we will give you the highest quality and service. Western States Lumber ompany - STIGLER, OKLAHOMA g g E E A .wfmrg - 1' E Q :lntqlwgggii idll lllll Ill I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE 1 E 31IIlllllllIllllllIIIIIllIllIIllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll xi A lllll lllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllIll I L - Ui in in u il H in n -,fag im Sl- u '19 n u n in I1 1 E nlIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIQ I!jlllllllllIlllllllIlllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllln 7 - i W -101- Q'W 1 .V j, 9 r L.., f x El"""ll'lQ WEN' ' rx IR- ' , I 4 llllll i "7 ' A ' ci 4' 'f f' e - Q - E f ' , 7 e J sl ain.. - 1 wa .cf 2.-'if 'J ' E E ..fJ'12- 'V M ' ik ' "Wi-e Gay Brothers Coniectlonary E 2 All Kinds of Fountain Drinks E E The Best of Chocolates, Schraff's Box Chocolates, Q S Cigars and Tobaccos E E E E Mr. Walden: Do you think I am crazy? E E 2 Q Denton: I am sorry, Mr. Walden, but I can't tell by looking. i f : ' Harwood: Mr. Stokes, do you know why leaves turn red in the fall? i S 5 2 Mr. Stokes: The change of the season. E Q Harwood: No, they have been green all summer and it makes them blush 2 E Q E to acknowledge it. E ' E E Pupil in Latin I Class: Equi ad aquiam veriunt-The horses were fortified E E E g out of town. E E Mr. Walden: Linnie, you have so much hot air in your mouth, and you are E E E 2 so full of "tommyrot," I don't wonder at you not knowing Geometry. E 5 ' E Linnie: Tommyrot, that is what makes me so fat. 2 E E -E Mrs. Moore QM. and M. History Classjz Gladys, where is So1omon's Temple? E 2 E E Gladys frapidly searching her memoryjz Why, Mrs. Moore, don't you think 2 E ' 2 : I know anything? ' Mrs. Moore: Where is it then? E E : - Gladys fa bright thought striking herjz Why, on the side of his head, of S E 5 course. 2: Q : Mr. Stokes fin Agriculture classjz Kennith, why did you cut that worm in E E - two? E E : Kennith: Because it looked so lonely. 2 E E E Miss Gentry: Mary, how do you keep milk from souring? E E A Mary: Let it stay in the cow. gl Q MAYER' E E The place for merchandise of value, snap and service Everything to Wear 5 5 A I A E -- 5IHIIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ J if iiillIllllllllllllllIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE -E U0 ll It H ll u H an -fs im il- ll Il u u u n u in nlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIAQ WgjlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllln T - i i 1 If-4102-1 gi is Q L1,,-LQ-.A:l.L.. ' ' .le r-Q. .. --.. QQ ,'ff1':wj?1'f.r1rm v"v1fr'L'y?ge,ff - 1 :ug - lr, - E :Wu , A 4 X U X WV I ' Il' , HF-QP fc ' U " - A ' I ly ff -x'- l uk rr 1 f va: H: . ki mwf X,.F N:.m ,I J Alll U ,,:.' H W' . I HHH 11 ill. ig k STIGLER, OKLAHOMA i In the great game of Life, remember Roose- velt's advice: "Play the game square g don 't foul, don 't flinch, and hit the line hard. " ' "THE BANK FOR HASKELL COUNTY PEOPLE" Member of Federal Reserve System UI llllll l lllll l l lllllll llllll l lllllll llllIllI T h bf :ETI IIIIIIII II I llllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllh A F lllllllllllllll Sill f' 7 - it v W , -103- T "" 1 i .gqypfgqg .1 1 N , if f x 9m'm"'t 4 ' It ' 9 l 1 l lsmn 5 - is f Q V af hy, a t-"' 1 W - 5 E Q awk V I ' ' A ig' 'L I 4" a in ' .I AN I x'gv'i"': l I J ! 'U - E E , 'I N ia- I rv- Y - 'I VF' Y ,1bv' ,4p-Fin l-11:- : E 2 Nyal's Family Remedies Q 2 g g SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES -1 f i "Try Our Fountain For Quality Drinks" S E Mr. Abbott: Dee, why don't you find something to do? E E 5 E Dee: If I find it, do I have to do it? S E E E Miss Langston: Flora, get on your own side of the walk. E E , Flora: I cannot stand the girl's side, it is too cold. I like the boys' warm E E E ff. y side better. S 2 3 E E E E E Olenz Oma, do you think all the students-that stood up this morning in 2 E chapel 'will study the hour they promised to? E E Q E ,' Oma: No, I am afraid they would jar down High School with their know- E 5 ledge, if they did. i g Q 2 Olen: And Mr. Abbott would grow hair on his bald head. E 2 i s 4 - WMM!-. - E - glllllllllllllllllllIIllllllIlllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllLQ J EllllIlllllllllllllllllllIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIE - 2 Do in ua an u ' A 'Il n quo Mgt EN- n n u u u ur in an : nllllllllllIIlllllllIlllllllllllllIIINllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllu .lllllllllllIIIIIIIllllIIllllllllllllllllIIlllllIlIIIIlllllllll il llllllllllllllifl v. -'ff f' -. - Q l 'x IQ , 1 .l f R rl Am 1 3 Jllllllllll X 1 .-X lb ' 9 I Hunk , ' , ,,tn.cf'E'I w Y l ,NNN -42 A a n Q Miss Middlebrooks Llnme get in your desk Lmme I am sorry but I am too big Miss Pxfer There will be no recess today pass to the seventh hour classes Archie Abbott fthe Supt s son in a low tone No recess Why I thought I told him fMr Abbottj to let us have recess Mr Stokes Rita sit down You walk around all the time like tomerot Rita Tomerot'7 Is that English? Banks Hold the World Together The bank serves as a point of contact for all business, and co- ordinates business customs into a process for the safe and orderly conduct of affairs. Through close association with the merchants and farmers in this productive section, The American National Bank participates in vitalizing the credit created by business activity and making it of use to the entire community. We seek your co-operation as a customer. The American National Bank of Stigler Identified with Stigler's Progress since 1904 Robert A.'Zebold, President ' ' J. B. Sylender, Cashier I A W ,M A N l F ll x J U -l"l I l .' X . ff. ,- . 1 'ww h .nm IL Y x . V , 1. . - l ,. in Q: ' Y . H, ,, 1 lk, w...s . ' si4ff'1-f Tv'f'5- --'F : . . Y u . . z , . . : ' , . . , . , . , . . . : ' , ' . 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E E Mrs. Grace Qin Physiologyjz "The human anatomy is a wonderful bit of 5 E mechanism." f I 5 E 2 "Yes," agreed Furhman, "pat a man on the back and you'll make his head - 5 E 5 swell." E E Fear -S1m Com pany " 2 2 DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND COTTON E E E 2 We Can Take Care of Your Needs E E ' "KEEP THE QUALITY UP" 5 5 E g A- .VmLpff7i.5?R L' E E E-lllllllllllllllIllIllIllllllIllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQ 1 V milIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllla E . : I i on u in in in u -fue 'im 33- in u n n n if in on E F 3IIllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllh! Q1IlIllIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllli Ai v - i . " I -111- - 1 1 Q-1'm'i1' V N J ' X I 1 -'Nu . ' K . - I -vu 1 Sllllllllllll V si"'l fx 9 eg x 5. J mmc : 7 ' ,H 1 . Q , ,Q .w , ' : 5 mi .si-Q' N T ' 1 i 'fifflt 'E' E E ' ' Wiki 1- 1 . r- "T'-,,.,.'f ,..f , - - A 'X if N.. 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J 'ZA Sill!lllllIlIIIllIllIIllIINIllIIIIIIllllIII1lllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllIllE U E E U1 H N an ur u Jn u -Cie tgp:-9. il-l ll u on n 'on n n mg nllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL! icuii' !jlIllllIllIIIllIlllllllIIllllllllllllIllIlllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllrl. ' V ' ,nm 1 T - i 3 ,c -112- ..a..., - 1., 5 J , E 1 ' P F I L-:N A - l Jr--1 - I i s i rl - E gllli K 7:2 X T J 4f. J kxfis YM Y- J -Wa -- - g-'Xa,,,- .. f f ' E 1 B- in-4 r""i3-I-11'-T : E E Dale fin English III. classj: Is it true that most poets go crazy? - .. Miss Langston: I tave been told that it's true. E E Q E Harwood: Mr. Walden has been writing poetry some time, hasn't he? E E E E Fred Fannin fat dinner tablejz Well, dad, Roy Grace brought his bride to 2 Z school this morning and she kissed him good-bye. She did it yesterday noon, also, E 2 E E and the first thing he knows, he will be a hen-peeked man. : Q E E Mrs. Trout: Irl, what are you doing out there in the rain? : Q E g Irl: Getting wet. 5 - g g Mr. Walden Qin Physics classlz Ray, try to act human and not like an animal. ., 5 E Carl: Miss Langston, has Mr. Stokes' salary been raised? : I i s Miss Langston: I don't know. Wlhy? 2 Q E Carl: I see he has a new lid. 5 5 S CAPITAL 530,000.00 SURPLUS 57,500.00 E E F ' Z' Sl' Z' ff g i STIGLER, OKLAHOMA E E E E A successful bank, conservatively managed E E ' S which offers unexcelled service to its patrons i g DEPOSITS GUARANTEED E E E 2 A member of the Federal Reserve System E Z M. M. HAYES, President J. L. NORMAN, cashier E E E Q H. B. 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