Thomas Jefferson High School - Democrats Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

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H VI IIICIDSOI1 Dr Don I' 'VIN Crxce C halrna in Art Busmess MEDICAL ADVIQERS I7Ia Dr I"Iarr1etG Probasno ATTFNDAINCE OFFICE Grey A1159 GazeIIa Marcy SLCRI IARY MISS May BeIIe Smlth CLERK MISS IHIOTCTICC FHTUIIIOC ADVISE RS TO THF IVIOINTICELLANI Miss Mary If.steIIe Patterson MISS Sarah anet Grant Mr Vernon D Everett Advisory Qommlttee I Miss Ev 1I1ne DOWIIDQ lfff I Miss Emma L Bigelow 1'. I I Q N I ..- . . '. '. 2 '. L ' M. f. If. g M. 'S Q .J . IVI. I 2 . . Mr. I. o. I ' IW .J ' g M . ..-. M. I I 2 NI. ' ' I' . ' 1 gg. , . I' Q a . .. 'z I"'. ' . ...I I" I I . . 2 . . gf. I s . 's. ' . . I .. '.I. ' I 'ss -' 'Q . S an A U lv I . 2 . S . ,. . I . . . . I . . i ' . 2 . . '. . ' . N s . I. . I' ' 4 I. 1 L .17 IR I Is 1 '. - - I A . 4 4 I , ' .2 ............................ ,.. ' 'fir 1' V 1L'1"t'1' 3' iHllemurmn1 ILARL GUYbI MARGARET SONES qunset and evenxn Star and one ele ir c xll for me' Xnd may there lue no mo xmn of the ln Vvhen l put out to sea But such x tlde xs movm seemb asleep Too full for sound and foam When that whlch drew from out the houndless deep Turns home TWlll ht and exemn bell and after thwt the darlt' And may there he no sxdness of fxrewell When l embark l or tho from out our luourne of Tlme ind Place lqhe Hood m xy hear me far l hope to See my Pilot face to fa-ge Wfhen l have crossed the bar 0 ' N up U U K ' , . : ' 2 'Z . fl ' 2 gf ur. 1 if g r 2 , . r 1 , . ilgillll. .. Y, .O V , U D T3 ' r ' C '. , ' . .E i V ' K Z 2 4' - Q X' .40- tg IVIONTICELLAN STAFF ALEY CINSBERG Bllglne MHDHQCT W RALPH BLINCHE BUSIHCSS Manager J ll I RICHARD KRA K Edltor S 21 JE XNNETTE KING Edxtor W 2l THELMA PARKER 'Xsslstant Editor GENEV IEVE. TDBBS Art MADELINE BR XYTON rt E .4 ., A ,,-.,.,.-....M...-- --, R' , T, init"-" "H fl, i.,...N . 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' WW ,, ,... .' ss . 5 , ' ' ' . fx: Q .L A v t 1' "n1n'In'I1 IVIONTICELLAN STAFF FILMORE SHEPHERD IRVINC KRAMER MORRIS COHN JOSEPHINE STOTT IONE DUNKEL Lnerary DAVID CINSBERG Orgamzatnons LQUIS FISCH Advertsmg Features Calendar and jokes Pagr Fxffrrn Organizations Athletics Advertising i 1 I 1 MONTICELLAN STAFF PHENEUS SINGER FLORENCE FORTNER MAUDIE LEE ROHRER BELLE DE WITT ROSE EISENMAN p,,,g,a,,,,, and Seem, CHARLES HIBSCH Circulation SOPHIA FORSYTH Boys Vocational Society I age Cn-fren Circulation Girls' Physical Education Girls' Vocational j . if Z X EDITORIALS CJREETING Students of efferson the Mont cellan of l92l greets you' When last It come to you rt found a school of not over one thousand students l greets this ycar 1 school of nearly sxxteen hundred ThlS has been efferson s Greatest year not only ln numbers but also IH the promrse of the future And so the Montlcellan comes to you with forward loolunv sprrxt We look rnto the comlnv year and see a efferson stronger than ever before meetmg other schools on more equal terms wln mnv our laurels ln athletlcs ln debatmv ln pubhc speaklnff standlnv slde by slde wlth the other large schools for the frrst trme wlth a feelmg of securlty Shall we not all help to fulhll this hope-l Let us as loyal and lovxnv supporters of the Green and C-old wlth prrde IH her accomplishments of the past and eager for our broader opportunxtles of the future unlte for a Greater efferson SLHOLARbHlP Whether great or small all of the things whlch we undertake to do must be furthered by hlgh ldeals ideals toward whlch we constantly strrve Ill order to reach our goal efferson rs a young school that has grown rapidly and because It rs younv lt IS a school as yet wlthout the tradltlons which Grow with years and whlch shape the Ideals and ambltlons of the students Hence lt becomes the duty of the present students to establlsh and hold firmly to :deals WhlCh wlll form a sound foundatlon tor the future Of the ldeals by which any school may become Great and forceful scholarship rs undoubtedly the first efferson IS already noted for her enthu slasm Many tlmes we hear of eff rson Splrlt and of her falr play but how often do we hear of efferson Scholarshlp 3 Stull how great an forceful would efferson become as a school lf the same enthusiasm that same efferson Spxrlt were applled to our lessons to such an extent that efferson Scholarship mlght be a thlng to be reckoned with ln our clty 111111 N ll till 4 ' -I 75 use llll f' iii X . 1 as o x x-5 i l XQV c E ifl'1'l"' 1 r J , i . 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'g 'lil'-Tl' fr' efferson has ldeals Strlvlng for hlvh scholarship has not been the exceptlon but It must be recognlzed by all as a Goal worthy of our greatest effort lf we wnsh to brlng this to pass for our school lndlvlcluals alone cannot attaln It only by the comblned efforts of all the students may we reach lt maklng efferson indeed a great school ACKNOXVLEDGIVIENT That the Montlcellan IS a publlcatlon of the whole school IS shown by the tact that many of the Student Body other than the Staff have helped to make the I92l Annual a success Some of our plctures were taken by home talent Walter Stuffler M Root and Mr Everett enerously gave thelr se vlces on many occaslons to make them a success We are especially mdebted to them for the football plctures and the plctures of As You Luke It besldes many of the school snaps Of the llterary work Dallas lrvlne IS responsible for the artlcle on the R O ln C When several of the Montlcellan Staff were excluded from school recently by the general order for vaccmatlon Ellzabeth Ovsey and Henrietta Ehrlich generously offered their SCYVICCS and helped out wherever they were needed Charlotte Bangle and Kenneth Law spent a good many hours of hard work gatherlng msaterlal for the Senlor A Horoscope Members of the Art Department gave able asslstance IH the art work The Dedication and Foreword were done by Eloise Day a hard plece of work well executed Others who have helped are Hazel Seltzer Emma Qarks Ricardo Marclal and Lucllle Houston To members of MISS Gold bergs art clslsses we are xndebted for the attractive posters which alded reatly ln the sale of the Montlcellan l-he gurls of lVl1ss C-renage s Office Practxce classes dxd careful and accu rate typmv of the copy To all these who have so wxlllngly co operated with us we extend our thanks and appreclatlon of what they have done for efferson s Nlontlcellan of I9ZI OUR NEW VIQIL PRINCIPAL At the begmnlng of the school year the number of students had so Greatly lncreased that lt was necessary to add to the Admlnlstratlve Body a Boys Vlce Principal Mr lrvm Hague havlnof been t efjferson since her doors were first opened and ldentlhed wlth the work for and with the boys nt was the loglcal thmg for hum to be chosen to fill thl place l ven before taking this posltlon he was known as a frlend and helper to every boy ln the school So to Mr Hague our new Vlce Principal and an everlasting booster for a Greater efterson we extend our hearty con ratulatlons and best wishes flfl J ' - 1. 3 5 . , ' . , r. , . g ' r ' ' , , , ' c . 1 1 ' - K C .. 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J lam' T rnfj MISS KATHERINE KENT But are we not the nobler thro thy love3 ,Lv lf OAKLEY WHITE Presldent Her words and her volce dellght him JEAN JONES Vice President A pretty dlmple ns indeed a charm ALMA MANLEY Secrera ry If sxlence were golden how laden must be the au' about her W AUGUSTA ACCOMAZZO Sure ns the reward of silence BLANCHE ANDERSON Mxschref from her eyes looks out And all thy heart s barriers rout LORETTA BAKER cleedful llfe a sllent voxce MARIE BORC O most glorxous daughter of the Gods Duty MAURICE CREAMER benehts a young man to be modest MAE DIXON A merry heart maketh a cheerful tenance ALBERT DONEY what IS rn between EDNA DUGC-AR Outward actions are clue to hldd crets MARY FELLOWS e loves me for my own true worth SOPHIA FORSYTH Nothing great was ever achieved wxthout enthusiasm ALEX CINSBERC A soft answer turneth away wrath FANNIE COLDBERG HBPQIDCSS belongs to those who are contented l laqf TQ rnfj nm "lt "Seize what is highest and you will get sal-l ' L. .vt I laar Tncnty 11.0 SAM GOODMAN Hath thy toll oer books consumed the mxdnlght o1I3 EUGENE HIGGINS When he had passed xt seemed Ilkc the ceasing of exqulslte musnc ANTON HOOKANSON If aught of prophecy be mme thou wxt not Inve ln vaxn IVIILDRED HOUSTON Who can foreteII for what hlgh cause this darhng of the Gods was born IVA JOHNSON A picture ns a poem without words LENA BELLE JONES Character xs s1mpI1clty of hahxt Iong continued Pursults deveIop Into habits GLADYS LOWE Friends of many friends are m frxends MARVIN KEENAN He FIIIs hls Ixfetlme wxth deeds not wxth mactlve years JEANNETTE KING A smooth and steadfast mxnd gen tIe thoughts and calm desires HAROLD PERRY He may have a temper but rt never shows HELENA POZNANSKI Meek modest and mlld I .. . . .. . ' .1 JANET LADICO . . .I I - Il I y LOUIS RASMUSSEN The wealth of mind IS the only true wealth VIOLA ROSEBURR Frxendly to vlrtue alone and to nts frlends ESTHER SCHIPPES It best becomes her to be merry MOLLIE SLOTT PBIICDCB IS bxtter but nts fruit ns sweet EARL STONE. The incurable utah of wrltnng possesses VIRGINIA TYREL Nothxng can be purchased that ns better than a firm friend BLANCHE WEBB The useful wlth the agreeable HAROLD ZWEIFEL Eager ln pursult of stuclxes and of labors CHAUNCEY KOLTS Calamxtxes make great talkers EDWARD McCURRlN A warrior bold Pay? T1 F7111 tlzrrr .. . . -- u . . . n . .- -. .- n . . . . . . 1 -- n Inahy. 1. . . . -- U . -. 1- . . . ev -4 - - 0 n . n .3 -- CLASS WILL OF W Zl We the class of Vvrnter 21 of efferson Hrgh School berng of suffrcrently sound body and sane enough of mrnd to be gr rduated from the sard Hrgh School do make publrsh and declare thrs our last Wrll and Testament All of the good wrll of whrch we hncl ourselves possessed at our de parture and whrch we are unwrllrng to bear away wrth us we do bestow rn the manner followrng We wrll our heartrest thanks to our school father Mr Fulton for hrs krndly efforts rn our behalf To our dear lVlrss Carey we wrll our never endrng ratrtude for her lov rng help To Mr Hague our new Vrce Prrncrpal we leave our best wrshe rnd hopes for hrs success rn the future To our dear class teacher Mrss Kent we le rve our love and respect and memorres of good trmes together all other property of whrch we frncl ourselx es possessed both re rl md rma mary we do separately and rndrvrduallv bequeath rn the manner fol lowrng Oakley Whrte wrlls hrs success as Class Presrdent to the comrn qenror A Presrdent ean ones leaves her sweet smrle to Nrck Krrwan Alma Manley leaves her bashful ways to Homer lVlrtchell for frequent use Fannre Goldber bequeaths her phenomenal uccess rn Sprnrsh t Ferrrrrs 'Xlbert Doney bequeaths to all chemrstry classes hrs rpprecr rtron of lVlrss Vveeks lVlar1e Borg bestows her porse and dr nrt5 upon Mr Blundell Maurrce Creamer happrly leaves hrs good looks to Mr Renshaw lena Belle ones leaves her abrlrty to get A s to Crvrlle Prrker Sam Goodman leaves hrs renowned shrmmy shake to Manny ohnson Yrrgrnra Tyrel wrlls her perfect record rn attendance to lrnrlsey Mrller eeds rt Chauncey Kolts hands clown hrs polrtrcal party to the next electron Gladys Lowe leaves her sweet dr oo rtron to Anrta Wrlls Harold Perry wrlls to Bob Wheatlev hrs queenrnv ways Lours Rasmussen grves hrs hr h sounclm trtle Krndy Krd t Morrr Cohn Blanche Anderson leaves her vamprsh ways to lrvrnv Kramer Alex Grnsberg leaves hrs abrlrty to make fantastrc faces to Ben Turprn Earle Stone bequeaths hrs genrus as a poet to the rngles column of the effersonran lVlae Drxon grves to lVlrss Nvcek her mrld temper Augusta Accomazzo wrlls her srl nce to Mrss Robertson Edna Duggar grves to Eugene Hrlton her emotronal temperament Blanch Webb leaves to anyone needrnv rt her abrlrty to get trrdy excuses l 1 9 V . 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' 2 N ' ' 2 , 2 ' ' ' T, T ' . 2 2 ' . " Q 2 ' ' g 2 ' ' . .2 ,N . ' 1 2 1 5' w 2 ' 1- - -2 ' - f- e 2 . , ,2 . 2 2 2 . 2 , .A '2 J " . '5 ,g2 ' 's. Jr .. tl ' , , fr: V2 , ' . . . 5 , pg' .' ' 3 , , 2:5 . . ' 'fag N l2 . , . , . . , A 12 2 J 2 2 sz 2 ' '2 ' ' i . ' 2 ,2 , '. . V ' . . 2 '2 ., :lf 2 .2 'bi J fs ,. ? A . .". - ' ,' . 2' ' .- . -2 '2 -2 . Harold Zweifel gives his supernatural understanding of Chemistry to ,.2 ' N ' T, ' . Nl ll' , .N 2 '. . ' '- -' ' ' :T jfs , l ir fi' oh '2 N. . , A - ' J . ' : 2 2 is 1 . 22 Q ' . In . " . ' n ' . Z, 2 1 ' ' I " 2 . 4 T, . J ' g 2 . 2 , ' 5 i 2: . . 1 , . tl , Ag X -q I, ' v -.gr 'ki " 1- 1 U J' Y i X fb - Q X f ' 'X Y ,2 . s . f- --I nl " I ,X ' 1 x I' N If ' 1 ,A ' 'lll"" ,. 1 A Y K l l X Z . dxf x -- ' ,Q 1, Q' ' ' MISS ERRETT Beheve Me nf All Those Endeanng Young Charms JOE. FERRARIS President Peg O My Heart MISS CRENACE Chairman There ls Always One You Cant Forget LARL NICHOL CULLINC-HAM Give Me the Moonlight and Give Me the Curl MISS CROW The Lass Wlth the Delxcate Alr HELEN MAR CAMPBELL Treasurer My Hxghland Lassle .- ' . , . .. , .. Vice-President .. . . . , .. . . .. BONNIE ANDERSON Brmg Back My Bonnie to Me ETTA ASHCRAFT My Little Chma Doll ALICE M BAKER Why Are You Dreaming S03 CHARLOTTE M BANGLE Sweet Little Maid IRENE ROBERTA BANKS A Young Man s Fancy JEFFERSON MAZE BROWN Smlle and Show Your Dlmple ADA BOYD They Go Wald Sxmply Wlld Over Me HILDA BROOKS Where Have You Been Hldlng All These Years? WALTER L STUFFLER Alimony Blues EDRIS MARC-UERITE BURGESS Youll Always Fund a Lot of Sun shine MARGARET BURTON When You and I Were Young Maggie HELEN CARTER More Candy Page T1 enty Jew. nz -- . . -Q -- . . -- -- . -- -- . . -f -- - -- -- . . -- -- . . . ,, v 1 - -- . . -- -- - n -- - . . on , . -- . .- - . -4 -- w . L- . I W I aye Tmenty right FRANK K CARVER You re Always m Style When You rf- Wearmg a Smile ISABELLE CHAIKEN You re a Dangerous Curl CYRIL HARVEY CLEMENT The Glrl l Left Behind Me -IESSIE CRAMPTON Somebody -1 Svs ectheart GLADYS CRAWFORD Tell Me Why MARIE DETERMAN BELLE DE WITT A Carden of Memory CARVELL DELEVAN l Hate to Lose You STANLEY DALEY Smiles and Chuckles MlRlAlVl EIDELSON The Girl Who Smxles ABRAHAM EIDELSON lm Neutral ROSE EISENMAN The Sweetest Flower That Crows tl I . - 1 "0ui! Ouil Marie." -- - - -- l . , 1 ,. - ' MARTIN ELDRIDGE Wrld Flower HOWARD RAY ELLIS St1II Undecided HELEIN ESTERLINE Peroxide Blues MABEL CECIL FELTOIN WonderfuI Pal ROSALIE FFOULKES There s a HIII By the Sea LOUIS M FISCH There s Nobody Home ABE FLACHSBINDER FLORENCE I FORTNER Tlll the Desert Sands Crow CoId SERRY I7 CARDINA Not Because You I-Ialr Is CurIy DOROTHY PAY GILBERT When You Look In Her Eyes RUDOLPH W COLAND My Wlld Days Are Over ALMA GREEN My CurIy Headed Baby Iam T uri, mm UA . nxvhose Heart Are You Breaking Now?" Page Thirty ANNE GROEN Dreams VIRGINIA C HESS Smxles CELIA PEARL HEUER Mystery CHARLES P HIBSCH Nobody Ever ESTHER HOOKANSON Lassie O Mme LUCILLE C HOUSTON She s ust a Little Blt O Fashxoned SARAH KALEMSKY Personality MALVEN H KEITH Dreammg FRANCES IRENE KINCAID She s the Only Cxrl LA VENE KING Oh' What a Curl IRVING CARROLL KRAMER Im True to Them All TRENETA THERESA LANDRY The Glad Grrl U n .. . '- N -Q .4 -v 1. . . . -v 1. v J . . . -n U . .- I. . -Q .. . . H .. . -n .. f ,, 4. , nv w KENNETH WATKINS LAW Smlle a Llttle ROBERT LEE Vamp PAUL E LEHR Long Llve the Ladles ELSIE MAY MAJOR What Do You Want to ake Those Eyes at Me Forl LILLIAN DOROTHY MANES Hold Me ALEXANDER MCDOUCALL Angel Face MARTHA M MTNKLE Eat and Crow Thm D JOHN MUSANTE LOUISE NORRINGTON Sunshine IVORY OCTAVIA ONEIL O Nell s Favorite SARAH PARKE I m Forever Blowmg Bubbles ,I WILDA PENROSE Dont Take My Darling Boy Away lag: Tflllj mu " M "'o johnny! Oh johnny." Iayr Thuly I o ROBERT E PENNEY I Wasn t Born to Be Lonesome NATHAN POSNER Kmky HELEN PETERSON Dallas Blues ERSKIN STEVENSON RAGLAND Cxve Me Curl PEARL V RENISH Pearl of Braznl ELIZABETH HELENA ROBINSON L ll LIZB HUC LOUIS ROSENBLOOM OLIVE K SCHRECK A Lxttle But of Sunshme I ILIVIORE SHEPHERD I Love a Lassie NATHAN SIMON Nobody Knows COWELL SLACK III Tlckle the Ivones FRED WIEMER STALL I Used to Believe ln Falrxes I I .. .' .. 1 . .. . a "If I'm Not at Roll Call--. -IOSEPHIINE. 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Vt' l l'l'YYilTflllt'54 .xl1f' 'XVl5llt'5 Fllt' l'lH4'XN' .-Xlw wvvstrxii l'l1xx'inf3 tlir' xli fif- inrii lin lu-:it llvrlmr-rt l.:-iii'-'lv iw l li- iii'-:it mvizglil .lzilrir-cl tu loin vliliiimlfs A .i lout iuiw- 'iflo ' . .i Z' Huucl f,ii14iri'1-liiifg lulf-.xiiiNfiiiif'tl1iiig,gii1-xx' Nwifiziiifj Ditto 7 l'4'rryW"risgl1t l'lfiying plxriimfnenplxs lu lui- :iii iivigitrvr Xrnrlxiiig Swv-1-tstrm-pvr I Huis Yum--4 Yrft gnrwwimf tliz- l4-vnu Alto lui- si w.ill4llowf-i liiinuiiizg .i woiitrilwutirmn Fnlmimn tlxi- srconcl Z .L D YN VX Nl llfll EPHEBIAN SOCIETY To be chosen a member of the Ephebxan Soclety rs the hlghest honor which can be accorded a hrgh school student ln order to secure this honor the ll'ldlVldllal must qualify ln regard to three speclficatrons scholar shlp leadership and character The standard of acceptability IS hlgh so that only those of exceedingly excellent rank rn each of these respects are ellglble for membership The alms of the Epheblan Society are extremely ldC3llStlC and deservmg of commendatlon For thls reason great care must be exer clsecl ln the choice of the representatlves m this organxzatlon The number of these representatlves ns governed by the slze of the class one membershlp bemg apportioned for each forty students or major part thereof All requlrements were completely fulfilled and all restrlctlons observed rn the cholce of thls year s members The class of W ZI was entltled to one member that slgnal honor bemg delegated to Sophia Forsyth Two mem bers were chosen for the class of S ZI lrvmg Kramer and Dorothy Thwmv Q m 'II G9 fe! sl lt P ' mn 'S T-1 I age Forfy Y Y ' I , - , , D. Ji, f gm. ,rx fig. ...Ye -"': S' 1, aqlf j, G -2, , , s X , J , Tag' L- VY- Z 5- unm Y I V fi TLVQQS 1 Vr- Ill Img U ALUMNI efferson I-Ilgh SchooI has graduated seven classes SIDCC September 1916 when she opened her doors to two hundred and fIfty students The first cIass took thelr dIpIomas In une l9I 7 on the Improvlsed stage In tIIe cafe term It numbered nIne students vhIIe the second Class I Iatlnfr In e J IuaIy IQIB numbered ten students Bath of these CIassrs wx ere under the dIremIon ol IVIrs .Armstrong 'I C Iass Adxlser MISS Whltman was the Advlser for the Class of une I9 I 8 when twenty mne students took dIDIoma Thls Increased SIZE of the ff duxtmf Class was a true Index of the growth of efferson IH two short years The year I9l8 I9 memorable as the Flu Year had one 0raduatIon The class was much too Iarge for the stage accommodatlons at jefferson 'Ind 'nufn as the members xxI hed to rem un here thev were obII ecl to o eIse Nhere IVIE-nuaI Arts generouslv offered heI audItor1unI for oIIr use Ind our elghtv nIne tudents MINS Bwelow actln IS QI1ss Aduser recened theIr dIpIomas away from home as dld the two SLICCCCCIIHO' cIasses These were Wlnter 20 numberIng fifty seven Wlth MISS CobIe as Advlser and Summer 20 Wlth slxty three students under the dlrectlon of IVIIss I-Iasson MISS Kent was the Advlser to the Iast cIass Wlrter Zl whxch wIs the fIrst to take dIpIomas on efferson s first real stage 'IhIs cIass numbered thlrty seven Thus we have grown from groups of nIne to nlnety all contaInInU hne mater1aI for almost every IIne of work open to young peopIe TCJOICIHU t have gradusxted from efferson and jefferson proud to cIaIm them Ihe AIumnI Assoclatlon now numbermg two hundred and DIHCIV seven members had ltS begmnlng In the sprmg of I9 I8 when MISS Carey csIIIPd the Graduates to her home to taIk matters over The result of the meetlng was the eIectIon of the first officers They were Presldent RafaeI Qhacon vlce presldent Ahce Beeson secretary Evelyn Kuder and treasqrer Mar garet Schuman The early meetlngs of the Assoclatlon were of a socIaI nature and were successful though they entaIIed a great amount of work wIIIInf1Iy performed by a few Yet we wouId not forget the joy of those early tImesI Ploneerlng IS aIways strenuous work but lt carrles wIth lt a satIsfactIon at the accompllshment of even the smallest bIt efferson has grown by leaps and bounds She IS Indeed now the Greater efferson taIIxed of five years ago She has deveIoped aIon0 schoIastIc IInes athletic IInes and socIaI IInes untII she stands among the hlgh schools of I..os Angeles a rIvaI for honors of every sort I-Ier present echlevements are due to her propItIous beglnnlngs under great dlsadvantaffes The spIrIt of prIde and IoyaIty engendered ID her students durlng h r eaIIy Ilfe truIy cast thelr shadows before As the AIumnI ASSOCl8tlOH grows the possIbII1ty for Its usefulness as a part of efferson Increases It wIIl have a vItaI part In the spread of efferson prInc1pIes through thls communIty and through the clty It can and wIII be a medlum between the outslde and the school Exchange of Idede and Inter Illlll Inrljl 1 I . , , . . . 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A A , . t, , . c .. u Cx - 1 ' - ' '- avr ests I9 brought about by the frequent return of each alumnus to hls Alma Mater not only ln mlnd but ln reallty Occaslonal soclals glven the last year have been well attended and the banquet lmmedlately followlng each Commencement IS a deflnlte fLlI'1CtlOl'1 We have had IH all four Alumnl banquets at each of Whlfh one hundred and forty people have been served by the Home Economics Department lnhus efferson IS co operatlve Une lmportant lncldent ID the Alumnl career IS the lntroductlon of one of more Alumnl from each class lntO the Epheblan SOCIPIY We now hive seven members ln the Soclety MHYCIH Adelman S I8 Henry Settles S I9 and Raymond McBurney S I9 Alfred Flsher W 20 Lee Payne S 70 ames Hubbell S 20 Sophla Forsyth W 2I These young men and women stand out wlht those of other hlgh schools of the clty as IIVIHO' up to hlvh st-xndards The Alumnl Assoclatlon has a constltutlon duly framed and adopted provldlng for officers and an executlve commlttee The present offlcers are Presldent I1.dv1r Black W I9 VICC presldent Lyla Thomas VV 20 secr tary Florence Farmlloe W I9 treasurer Gazella Marcy S 20 The prlnclpal of the school has the appolntment of 1 faculty meml er as an Advlser on the Executlve Commlttee Iceeplnv the connectxon between Alumnl and school complete The Alumnl hooe to promote some very deflnlte lnterests of the school ln the future and good wlll alone IS vaofue and IFIIITIOIJIIC We may l II how thls 1S to be done It IS lmposslble to answer but a partlal revlew of what the Alumnl are dolnff wlll serve to show thelr callber and leave the reader to Judve somewhat of the future of any organlzatlon Wlth whlch they are con nected lf such orvanlzatlon be rlghtly managed The Class of S Zl wlll add to the Alumnl Assoclatlon nlnety members wlth two Epheblans About forty Oradu ltes from cfferson are attendlnff some Lnlverslty or colleve whlle the rest are ID buslness Ol ln the home A number of our youn women have ylelded to the Ilttle wlnvecl messenver and hxve homes o thelr own Although an effort has been made to secure a llst of the Alumnl who are domg college or unlverslty worlI. we have been only partly successful and hope that omlsslons Wlll be Uenerously overlooked Those reoflsterecl IH colleve are as follows Unlverslty of Callfornlx Southern Branch Helen Broock S I8 Fern Foster S I9 Dorothy Howe S I9 Marvaret Lefler S I9 Evelyn Henderson S I9 Mary Mendel S I9 Llnda Helhoff S I9 Helen Smlthen S I9 Elna Templln S I9 AYChlC WllklhS S I9 Ravmond McBurnev S I9 Wlnfred Bullock S I9 Florence Connor VI I9 Ebbe Engberg W I9 Ruby Petty S 20 lrvlng Hamllton S 20 Lester Green S 20 Glenn Wllson S 20 Dalsy Lewls S 20 Martha Knlckerbocker S 20 Bertha Fox W 20 Fern Hlner W 20 Llbble Wlseman W 20 Norma Rledeman W 20 Elnora Schmutzler XV 70 Frank Galloway XV' 70 lam I 111 , . - I I , . 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Q . l f' "-14111 VL-QQQQ aww Aw X, ff Cfflr.-,.,f5fM'4,' 0084 LITERARY LITERARY THE EYE OF THE MAHARAB Edward Lrlmm A l l A shrlll cry brol-te the stlllness of a placld lndlan night lts shrlllness bounded and rebounded from the many alcoves and crannles as when a stone IS dropped ln a stlll pond and the clrcles wlden and Wldeh untxl they lap on the shore only to start back agam Tlm Lelghton a British soldler on police dutv 1n Bombay 'ws olte wlth a start Qould lt be3 Had he heard somethlng3 He had fallen asleep under the only ll ht ln the neighborhood near a water fount llls enllst ment would be ended ln two weelxs and he had been dreammg of hls llttle home back ln dear old England when the cry brought hlm to his senses It was a typxcal lndlan nlght darlf. wlth not a star showlng a nlght well suited for evll deeds he thou ht He lxstened but all was qulet sue the splashing of the water m the fount He was undeclded what to do when suddenly around the corner of an alley nearby a natlve raced as thou h pursued by the Evll One himself He was clad IU nothing but a dlrty plece of white muslln and 1 turb rn of the same material Gazing wlldly about the natlve espled the soldler He rushed up to hlm grasped hlm by the hand and ln very brolxen En llsh gasped Oh Sahlb they are after me' they pursue mel and thees IS what they want' The native thrust somethmg lnto hls hand and lnst xntly was gone runnlng down the crool-.ed street and around the corner le xvmg Tum rn bewrlderment Thmgs had come so qulckly ID succes lon that he had been unable to thlnlx He looked around and peered mto the darkness to see who mlght be the natlve s pursuer but no one wxs ln sight ln Bombay one c xn convenl ently watch from the shadows without showlng one s self and thls was evl dently what the pursuer had done Seelng no one about Tlm looked for the first tlme at the object rn his hand When he saw It he gave a little asp ot amazement lr was a large turquolse Jewel cut ln a strange fashlon so that lt was the shape of a human eye only twlce as lar e As he held xt up under the light he was moved to ejaculate as the Jewel sparkled and gleamed Gad what a stone As bl a the head of my swa ger stuck at the barracl-ts Worth a neat sum Ill W1 er Vvonder whats 11l1n tne deuced beggar By ove' l thmlx Ill follow hum' He set off at a run ll'l the drrectlon talxen by the native but aftel fifteen mmutes of xunnmg the natlve was nowhere 111 sight Thought so he muttered It s llke lool-tmg for a needle ln a hxy staclt to find these beggars At that moment 1 suoden gust of wmd car rled hlS cap off hlS head He chased lt and after searching found rt half a block away As he stopped to pick lt up he notlced 1 ray of lxght ex er so small shlnmg from a tmy crevice near the bottom of a hlgh wall by hxm 'X light IS no curlosxty ln lndm but on thls nlght Fllm was on the alert for all thlngs He ot down on his stomach and peered through the hole He saw a court lmed wlth several one stoned bulldlngs and m the bulldmg dlrectly Inf . 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T ' 3 5 ' " :s ' . . -A 1 r lm I1 -.-'11 across from hlm was something that made hlm catch hls breath A white man was struggllng desperately with two natlves He walted to see no more but began searchlng for an entrance to the court He soon found a low wooden gate Thls he opened cautiously and stepped 1nto the court creeplng along the edge of lt untll he thought he was near to the door of the room he had seen Opening the door he found hlmself ln a seml dark hallway from which a door cracked ln several places opened mto the room for which he had been searchlng Meanwhile the struggllng had ceased and an uncanny sllence pervaded all Peering through the cracks ln the door he saw the whlte man was bemg bound and gagged by one of the natlves whlle the other stood by holdlng a large cloth resembling a sack Undeclded what to do he stood and watched Suddenly a heavy blow struck hlm on the back of the head and 111 was darkness When he regamed consclousness he slowly sat up xt the same tlme rubbxng hls head ruefully Someone was puttlng cold water on lt he sud denlv reallzed He looked up and found himself lookin at a pretty blue eyed glrl of about twenty four Awfully sorry to have troubled you he mumbled thlckly Oh dont speak but drxnk thls she sald ID a voxce that sounded full of rellef as she held up a cup to hlm l-le drank lt was a pungent drlnlt but hls braxn cleared lmmedlately and hrs, strength returned He got to his feet and found hlmself rn the same place where he had been watchlng the struggle What how you he sand as the thoughts came so swlftly he could not speak them all The glrl gave a llttle cry of sobbing relief to see hxm on hrs feet agam and as Tum looked closely he notlced her face was haggard and drawn though she had worrled much whlch l suppose attracted you as you are of the pollce l was held prisoner by two natlves while Bob here her voice choked but she strug led on was fightlng wlth the other two One of mv guards saw you peering mto the room He struck you on the head and let you lle evldently thm'1no you were dead After Bob was bound they went away leavmg me locked ID a small cupboard l succeeded ln openlng t and so here we are But who are you and who IS thls Bob and why are you staying here lnstead of at the Engllsh hotel3 Tun asked as he gazed wlth dlsapproval at the low squalld bulldlng Bob that IS lVlr Dunbar and l came to lndla to mspect some old temple rulns for materlal for a book on archaeolo y We we e forced to live here from lack of funds Last nlght we were robbed A natlve entered our rooms when we were out The greatest loss was a large Jewel Here Tlm started to speak but checked himself The glrl contlnued lVlr Dunbar had recelved the jewel as part of a legacy from hls uncle who was an explorer of lndla He never told Bob how he got lt but sard that the jewel was accursed Bob laughed at the ldea but early thls eveeun fou natives came and demanded the stone When he refused denylng that he had lt they threatened his llfe As he was unable to produce the jvxel he was carrled off for vengeance Here she broke mto sobs agam I my I ' v , . ' - . ' v - , f ' , , H' D, 7 . I5 - 7 Z I ' , T' 1 ' . , , . 2 ' . . , - f . ' g 1 ' . O - . ' 4 n X . Y, . . . . Y . 1 vu V , , 5 K - ' - - ' ' g ' Y , as ,, . "Oh, l'm so glad to see you alive again," she said. "During the struggle, 9 Q .n. . . .. . G ' 23 ' I X ' v - I '15 ' Y 'R fs ' rs . i - , . T . ' , ' . . . U , r I , D . . .. 1, , . D . ' cs . ,. . . g ' , . g r . , g . ' br fwfy-.vri'rr1 By ove' It IS 'x mlxup But come qulcl-t we must follow them l should have done so before Tum Sdld to her As the Glrl hurrledly put on a wrap Tlm felt for h1S servlce revolver It was stlll ln 1ts place and the touch of the cool steel gave hlm renewed cour aGe They were soon ln the street but were at a loss whlch may to go D he muttered under hrs brexth l ouGht to hwe l-tnown bet ter Another wlld Goose chase l warrant Turnmg to the Glrl who stood at his slde he sand Well MISS l Guess we ll have to txlte a sporting chance th it we ll run across them If we dont lll have to report lt to the com mandant As he was speakmG a natlve travel1nG vehlcle came xlonG eudently on the way home Tlm hauled lt and under the promlse of sever xl rupees the drlver was soon racmf wlth them up xnd dosxn the crooked streets Tim had glVCH up wll hope when the drlver passed one of the largest temples IH the clty Selzed Wlth an ldea he bade the drlver stop 1 lxttle past the temple They al1Ghted from the carr1aGe and he dlsmlssed the drn er They then set off for the dlrectlon of the temple As they approached the front of the temple a dronlns., slng song noise reached thelr ears PCTCCIVIHU several temple Guards by the door they As sllence was lmperatlve now he squeezed the Glrl s hand to Glve her cout aGe and they advanced cautiously ATYIVIDQ at the Inner temple tney sxw only a few forms bent ln worshlp before an ldol Keen dlsappomtment was on both their faces They were about to retrace thelr footsteps when Tum saw at the end of a dark pass we a small door open lett1nG out a fnnt stream of golden light He sxw the form of a natlve outllned xffamst the lxGht and then the door slnd hut afam He looked at the Gxrl She too had seen lt Keeplnff ID the shadows they soon reached the spot where the open door had been Tum ran hrs hnf ers over the carved woodwork ende xv ormf to flnd a wxy to open the door Suddenly the door slnd silently haclt The tvwo started lbacl-t ln surprlse but see1nG that they could enter Wll'l'l0llt l3e1nG seen they drd so and stood hldden behmd a lx1Ge plllar The room was a complete temple and at the end were two ldols exactly alllxe One was of Green stone and had hut one eye a Jewel The other wxs ff Lflf :a ' ' ' f - , A y: 1, . . , . . . --n, S z , ,, z ' ' - u A - 3 x , ' . g T n . 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I 5 K f ' ' ra V - Q ' A - 1' Izilb 1'l'n1'l'- 'Q fff evldently of Iron and glowed menacmgly red ln the seml darkness and the alr was warm and close Peerxng from behmd the plllar Tum started back There on a low altar lay Dunbar encased ln a whlte cloth The low chant mg ceased Four prlests were bowmg before the glowing ldol with thelr foreheads to the floor One alone stood erect Slowly he stepped forward and with long tongs opened a door rn the Idol s stomach revealmg a raging fire w1th1n He then began to peak ln natlve tongue Years ago one of the eyes of the almlvhty god of Maharab was stolen We pledged ourselves to find lt or the holder of It The god demanded ven eance Tonlght lt shall be accompllshed Vengeance of the Gods and woe to all who oppose theml As he spoke two natlves came forward and plcked up Dunbar The priest had flnlshed and all was silence The llght from the ldol flrckered and danced making the temple look unearthly Tum had all he could do to keep the glrl from crying out No not now he whlspered or our cause IS lost Leave all to me and all will be well As the hrgh prlest ralsed hls hand to Uxve the signal to thrust Dunbar nto the furnace he reeled clutched at hls throat and fell across the altar Ill a heap The other priests looked up and then started back nn amazement What was th1s3 Were not the gods appeased3 Suddenly one of the natlves holdlng Dunbar threw up hls arms and fell across the altar steps The priests were terror stricken now The god had taken vengeance but ln a dlfferent way They turned to Hee and as they dnd so the leading prlest dropped to the floor Rushlng now llke wlld cattle they stampeded out of the temple As the clamor died away ln the dlstance Tlm and the Ulrl rushed forward to release Bob He was soon free of his bonds and though stlll weak he could not refraln from 2lVll'lg effuslve thanks to Tlm Ttm held up his hand for sllence and solemnly held up before Dunbar the Eye of Maharab Dun bar gazed at lt speechlessly and as Tlm lald It on the altar he was sllent Per haps lt would be best he thought The first famt rays of morning dartmg through the garden trees re vealed three flgures hurrylng across the town to the Engllsh hotel Under Tum s guldance they were soon safe m the lobby Tlm mslsted that they accept an amount of money for thelr rooms Only a loan he sand but l want to advise you to keep qulet about thls affalr of tomght as lt wlll do no good to tell xt The beggars won t bother you any more But Dunbar lI'lSlStCd upon an explanatlon of why the prlests dropped hlm so suddenly Oh lt was only luck Tlm told them bashfullv that my revolver was equlpped wlth an improved sxlencer Turnmg to the glrl he sard l must bld you good nlght l guess you have had your fill of excitement l ll wager that you and your husband He got no further for here he was mterruptecl by girl Oh but he 1sn t my husband at all He IS Bob Dunbar my brother and l am Nalda Dunbar and you must come and see us tomorrow afternoon Flfteen days later the S S Ormuz Khan steamed majestlcally out of Bombay for England and had you chanced to Glance over the purser s llst vou would have seen the followmg among the names of the passengers Mr and Mrs Timothy Leighton to Llverpool 11111 I 111 II ' 1 ' 1 . 1 - - ' -a . . . 1 . . v . 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THLNDERBGLT Gladys La Velle A l l It wxs an afternoon ln early sprmg The mesa land and hlllsldes were fresh and green A gurl wxs rldm toward the foothrlls bhe was tall and slender and rode astrlde after the fashlon of all western glrls Her mount was a sorry looklng one mdeed but she rode well IH splte of her horse s dehclencxes At the top of a entle slope she drsmounted and pullmv her sombrero well over her eyes gazed toward the blue foothills ln the west As she looked a speck appeared on the horizon that Grew larger and larver At las she could dlstlngursh a herd of wlld horses thelr lonv manes and tails flymo rn the wmd and thexr small hoofs beating a sharp staccato on the fllnty rocks as they ran Fl he gurl watched the herd untll It came down to the grass lxnds A great whlte horse was runnlnff well to the fore The horses posted therr guards and began to graze pcacelullv The gurl turned from the herd with a sob and tlgl'ltCllll'lg the glrths she mounted and rode slowly away Her great dreamy blue eyes were filled wlth tears Could xt be true that the black was gone5 He was not there leaclln the herd She remembered how she had seen hlm appear over that same lope the leader of that beautrful band She had clally drawn nearer and nearer to the herd One dxy he had eaten the sugar she had left on a rocl Then by more coaxlnv and sugar he had eaten from her hand Later the wonderful day came when she had rldden him Wll1Ol1t saddle or brldle on x wrld race over the hulls Wlnter had come soon after and the herd had journeyed south Now rt was sprm the herd h'1d returned and the black was not with hls mates He was Gone Gone She could hardly reallze rt buddenly she straightened rn the saddle and her eyes flashed HTS Someone nad captured hmm but he drd not belon to has captors He was hers Had she not tamed hlm rldclen hlm and nemed h1m3 Thunderbolt was her Thus muslng and dreamlnv she rode slowly home m the gatherln twl llvht When she reached a sm all two room c ibm she dlsmounted and en tered The room 1nto whlch she stepped COl1t3ll'ICCl 1 rough table two or three chairs and a stove over which x Gray halred weary looltmo womar' stood The Olrl threw down her so'nbrero and bevan helplng her mother prepare supper Her father soon appeared He wa a txll mm with llvht hur md blue eyes overshadowed by shagvy eyebrows The gurl ate her supper ln sllence and after washlnf the dishes DlClx d up her ltnlttmv lndoor vsorlt had always been m unwelcome txslt for her bhe loved to rude the ranveland and Gallop over the hllltops the wmd vvhlst llnv m her ears as she passed What s the matter 'Nan3 lnqulred her mother notncmv her unusual stillness for always xfter her rides she had been Gay and light hearted 'Nothln answered Nan ln a colorless volce uess am us tlred You houldn t rlde so far Nan interposed her father nlhat old laoss am t very Good for rldm 1111 ll l ix ' ' . k. - r ,. . 5 2 ' g c . 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D J .t 5 . , . . . , D . 1 f 1, My l know daddy answered Nan but l love to ride l wrsh we owned a nice horse she added turning to her knitting with a sigh Neither father nor mother knew anything of her experience with the great black stallion in fact Nm hid told no one about it This had been her own cherished secret 1 he next day Nan rode to the herd s grazing place again but Fl huncler bolt was not there and the gre it white horse ruled the herd bvery day she rode on the rangeland but the stallion did not return Spring grew 1nto summer and there was much work to be done on the Whitmore ranch Nun worked hard She wanted to go to school in the fall but her folks were poor and had no money to spend upon her educa tion Nevertheless she drd not forget Thunderbolt and daily longed for a wild rlde on his back The hay rlpened and was harvested vegetables and fruit were gath ered and summer faded into autumn Then came the beef roundup Nan s father rode away to round up his few cows and select thos that were to be sent to market After the roundup came the rodeo This year it was to be held on the Llrcle K the ranch adjoining the Whitmore s The Circle K was large and the owner Daniel Worthnian or Danny as he was known owned many thousand head of cattle and many beautiful horses Horses were Danny s hobby and he owneo the finest thoroughbreds in Arizona Everyone went to the rodeo rich and poor young and old The Whitmores loaded their wagon and drove to the Q1 cle lx When they arrived they found many people already there Long tables had been built under the trees a myriad of tents were erected near a stream and a large platform had been constructed to serve as 1 dance hxll Ever thins bespoke the hospitality of the West Nan loved rodeos for horses were always a source of enloyment to day of the rodeo when everyone entered his finest horse and Danny s thor oughbreds ran The first two days passed in one round of enjoyment There was broncho busting fancv ropmg nd all kinds of races At night the crowd gathered around the platform and to the music of four violins danced until midnight At last the third day came and eyervbody gathered around the cor rals to look at the horses that were being shown for the first time since the beginning of the rodeo Around one corral was an unusually large crowd md Nan wandered over that way Danny and three of his cowboys stood between her and the corral Shore drawled lrish a great red haired man he s so ne fine hoss but l don want a rlde him Vfal re ponded Danny l don l-.now whos goin to ride him l a1n t He throwed two cowboys pronto ulen sabe3 shrugged 1 little gp xnish vaquero This hombr am t Nobody can ride him after we spendin five months off an on t cltch him laughed a young cowbov Say Danny why dont vuh let anybody rlde him that wants ta3 questioned lrlsh lap 1 f, V ' : ' , 2 2 . 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' 5 'I7'f'l,1'-f,11,' Guess thats the best :dee returned Danny and stlll talking over the matter they strolled away Nan could now see mto the corral A great horse stood near the bars Hrs coat was jet black and as smooth and glossy as satm The steeds neck shoulders and llmbs showed swns of breeding and one mlght readlly see that he had a dash of Arablan blood ln his xems The horse stood wlth his forefeet wide apart hls crested head held hngh and has defiant eyes watched every movement of the crowd Nan gove a little gasp of astonishment Here was Thunderbolt shut ln thlS corral and the cowboys about to subdue hlm with whip and spur It was cruel and besldes the horse was hers because she had rldden hlm She would rude hlm now No one else could anyway Nan put her fmgers to her mouth and uttered a low clear call llke the rlpplmg music of a brooklet Thunderbolt stralghtened and stood tense and eager llstenxng Agam came that clear call and he relaxed and whmmed gently The horse remembered her Nan ran to the gate and began clxmblng the bars the spellbound crowd looking on too astonlshed to move She reached the top and sprang lightly down into the corral lrlsh caught his breath and shouted at the top of hrs volce Say there Ulrl come on out a there That there hoss am t no play thing Come on hell knll yuh Nan turned and flashed hum a smlle that drsclosed a rom of exen white teeth shook her golden head and turned to Thunderbolt lrlsh stepped back ln astonishment That there hoss was lettmg Nan stroke hrs velvet muzzle Nan gave a llttle rxpplmg laugh Poor Thunderbolt vaulted llghtly upon hls back Thunderbolt was off m a dash but Nan stuck to hls back llke a thistle They galloped about wlldly for several minutes and then Jolned the other horses who m the meantlme had assembled at the starting pornt As Thun derbolt drew near the other racers edged away as lf afrald A pistol shot rent the alr and they were off For a mlnute not a horse was dlstmgulshable ln the great cloud of dust that arose The atmosphere cleared ln a few moments showing a great black horse with a golden halred gurl bendlng low on hls back runnmg neck and neck with Cavaller a great Grey thoroughbred of Dannys As they sped on the other horses gradu ally dropped behind and the grey and black ran together The stallion was drawing slowly but surely away from the Grey The black stretched out and lengthened hrs stride but Cavaller was runnmg mag mflcently The people cheerlng as they went started for the finlshlno llne The two horses were running neck and neck again but Qavaller was losnng lnch by mch On they went and across the hnlshlng llne ID a mid dash Had Cavaller won3 No Thunderbolt was the vlctor and Nan was slttmg flushed and proud upon his back Several cowboys ran forward when Nan dismounted but the black would let none of them touch hlm Nan had to take hlm to the corral and blanket him wlth petting and coaxmg and sugar That mght a great barbecue was held and there was much feasting and merrymaklng After the feast the prlzes were awarded When Nan received 1 rj , . y I . .D . ov . . . . - , . - , ' v . 5 - . ' 44 . I . . I Y V Z Y ' - . . ' . 7 Y . - , , . she had forgotten his sugar. She lowered the bars and, climbing the fence, . . , , N ' . . y . . n K - , . . 5 . . . , ' . . 5 D Q - F! V ' o I . . f 0 . , , ,t , 1515,-lti I'-law her prrze a bulky purse of gold she was not the same fearless Nan who had rrdden Thunderbolt but Just a young grrl wrth rosy cheeks and brrght eyes After the prrzes were grven there was more laughter and feastrng About an hour later lrrsh arose and commanded srlence l shore thrnk Danny he sard that Nan oughta get that hoss for her own Cam t nobody rrde hrm but her and l thrnks she oughta own hrm Wal answered Danny rrsrng l thrnk you re rrght about that boys lVlrss Nan he added turnrng to her we wanta grve yuh that hoss Thunder bolt We hopes yuh have many good rrdes on hrm he ended and sat down amrdst a great clapprng of hands THE. LUCK OF THE KBLLIES lVlarre Taylor B l l Donavrn Kellre tossed asrde hrs half smoked crgarette slrd down rn hrs charr wrth hrs hands thrust deep rn hrs trouser pockets and thought the mat ter over for the last trme Dad was crazy all rrght Suppose he drd pull a boner when he was young and marry a frrvolous and fickle young thmg who after two months of hrs company left hrm bag and baggage He drdn t need to punrsh me for rt Of course Dad always sard rt wasn t hrs fault he was too young he drd not know hrs own mrnd but he bet he would frx rt so none of hrs rela trons would ever be rn the same muddle Yes they would have plenty of trme to thrnk rt over all rrght or he couldn t recall how many trmes he had heard the old man say that Well he wasn t such an old fool He knew a real Ofrrl when he saw one Why rt was the old man s fault rf he got stung Now rf Dad had only seen Ruth Wrnter before he dred why he wouldnt have had the heart to put such a clause rn hrs wrll But he hadn t and so rnto hrs wrll had gone thrs heartless clause On my son Donavan s thrrtreth brrthday provrdrnv he rs not yet mar rred he shall recerve the bulk of my property amountrnv to seventy frve thousand dollars but rf he sees Ht to marry before he rs thrrty every cent of rt shall go to the followrng rnstrtutrons Now that clause would not have been so hard to lrve up to but you see well the best lrttle grrl rn the world had after ever so much coixrng promrsed to marry hrm that rs she just as much as said she would Maybe she was a trrfle old for hrm and some people mrght thrnk hrm way too young for her but that drdnt make any drfference to hrm he neve would find another grrl lrke Ruth rf he warted untrl he was ervhty He glanced about the poorly furnrshed room and hrs anger rncreased He was endurrng all thrs when he mrght be lrvrng rn grand state but no rt was just hrs rotten luck that he would have to wart fourteen more years for all that Why he would be an old man almost by that trme He remem bered hrs Dad had been bald at thrrty lf he went bald at that age what chance would he have'-' Anyway the young fellows always got the prck of the bunch Of Course Ruth was drfferent she would understand But strll rt would be krnd a hard to tell her he had decrded to take the money luqf Plllj llnr v a , - .. . .. . .. . 1 , . . . . . . ,, - , . .. -. . . .. . . . y v 1 1 - . 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Y X ' - , v , - . v . , n g , ' , , . 7 '4 1 -.W - 1 rnstead of her Yet secretly he hoped she would wart untrl he was thrrty lt was a lovely mornrng A farnt cool breeze from Lake Superror fanned Donavrn s cheek as he stepped off the porch rnto the street He half braced up and made hrs way down Broadway He had gone only a block or so when he heard hrs own name called Donree oh Donree' Heavens' was that Ruth callrng3 Course rt was no one ever called hrm Donree but her But he drdnt want to see her now He wanted to haxe trme to thrnk rt all over no he would not thrnk rt over affarn he had decrded He slowed down and soon a breathless brrght eyed Cfrrl caught up wrth hrm Donavrn Kellre l do belreve you began to hurry when l called Drcln t you3 Yes l drd Ruth butl Why drdnt you want me to walk wrth you Donree3 sard she open mg her large gray eyes as rf such a thrng were rmpossrble He drd wrsh she would not look at hrm lrke that rt Just made rt all the harder to tell her She was such a quret lrttle thrnff though he really thought she would take rt qurte calmly Sure l want to walk wrth you lve Got somethrnff rmportant to tell you Let s go over to the park and srt down Oh rs rt a secret3 Well rf you really want me to come l vsrll Lourse l want you l he brt hrs lrp and forced the words bacl though Ruth smrled up at hrm rn a manner that made hrm want to go on but all he managed to do was to grm back at her rn a srckly sort of way Nl hey made therr way to a bench and both sat down Ruth nestled down next to hrm as one who has a perfect rrght to but Don avrn was plarnly not rt ease He took off hrs hat brushed back hrs pompadour cleared hr throat 'ind began Ruth l hate lrke fury to have to tell you thrs but you must know Hurry up Donree l can just tell there rs somethrng all wrong You drdn t rob a bank or anythrng lrke that drd you3 Oh no l wrsh rt wasnt any more than that You see Ruth l cant marry you You see I don t want a Trred of me eh3 Well you re the frrst man that ever had the nerve to tell me that lm yust plarn jrlted am l sard she her vorce and anger rrsrng as she looked across at hrm wrth her eyes blazrng and her whole frame tremblrnv Donavrn could not belreve thrs creature was the quret Ruth that he herd been Uornv wrth now nearly two months It took hrm so by surprrse that he merely watched her and sard not a word ln fact he could not remember just what else he had to say She seemed to be sayrng all that was necessary l hate you' I hate you' Were you ever fool enough to thrnk l really rntended marryrng you3 Wake up sonnre thrs rs nrneteen twenty one not rn the ervhtres remember Why l was just havrng a good trme at your expense anyway lve got one husband so deliver me from another but you mrght have let me have my flrng Taxr' Taxr' Here please Donavrn Kellre blrnked hrs eyes rn a stuprd fashron and gazed after the vanrshrng cab He closed hrs mouth and look d sheeprshly about to see rf anvone had heard thrs outbreak but the people notrced hrm not All at once he strarghtened up hrs senses were slowly returnrng Ina: llflr fl 1 . 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' . -f ll By gosh' He was free' Free' Wasn t he just the luckxest man ln the wor1d3 Why what lf he had gone on and O Dad you re r1ght you re a wonder Why 1 always knew you were Gosh 1 am too young dldn t know my own mmd THIL UNBELIEVILR oseph Stark B ll B111 Ryon stepped to the platform of the llttle stat1on is the L B ZX ra11road locomotxve of the four thlrty flve tram drew up to the water tank and commenced to F111 her holler As the tr11n stopped a small dark man stepped oft and wsalkmg up to B111 1nqu1red Pardon me but are you the Stdtl0D aUent3 B111 nodded and the stranger contmued My name lb Mesh Fred Nlesh the best undertaker at Obeka 1f 1 do sxy lf my elf and lm on my wry ox er to Peter s farm You know he med 11st HI ht3 Ye snr d1ed ol heart farlure had a bw shock 1 heard he had put out some POISON for a fox that had been bother1n h1s cows and thr e ot h1s be t erseys ate lt up and blooey' they went lnke that 1 uess the shock was too reat for old 91 Ind he just passed aw xy but the polnt 1 1 hav h1s cofhn here and a they dldn t expect me unt1l tomorrow there lS no one here to meet me and o 1 d 111-te to park It here t1ll tomorrow How about ltl Sure' xnswered B111 heartlly ll UIVP you a llft and we ll put It wn the wa1t1ng room for the next tram 1sn t due unt1l nve a m tomorrow so there won t be any one here Come on lets fret lt off before the tram leaves We have only two mlnutes Together they went over to the bavvx e car and hnally found the cofhn lt s klnd a heavy Sald the tranger for 1 have some candle holders and two heavy cofhn rollers ln It They got the box off just m t1me for the travn started 1mmed1ately and Mesh had to run to get the last car wh1le B111 stood alone on the platform watchmg the tram fade away 1n the dlstance Ryon was a rather good lookmg young man of twenty four who be s1des h1s Job as stat1on master had to act as pay master for some thre hundred men who were workmg on the rallroad brldve ten mlles away from the StatlOl1 As the day was Wednesday B111 had ln h1s safe slxty hxe hun dred dollars for the pay roll d1str1but1on Thursday noon Ryon had been IH the World War and after seemg some horr1ble hap penmvs had come to the concluslon that 1f there was a God He would not allow these thmgs to happen and the only thlnv that would re establlsh h1 fa1th 1n God would have to be scrnethmg whlch only Cod could do Bllls frlends thought hlm somethlnv of a t1Uht wad but B111 had 1 reason for savmg h1s money The reason s name was Helen Mansheld the only daughter of a wealthy Obeka merchant who hwd told B111 when he had three thousand dollars saved to come and ask for h1s dauffhter but unt1l then no' So B111 bevan to economlze and by stmtlnv and scrapmv he h cl hnally I up 1 . . . - 11 1 - 1 - 1 , 1 e 1 1 1 . , . , . 5. . 1 . 11 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . . f Q. 2 1 ' 1 , ' ' ' 1 1 ' ' 1 . - . . 1. 1 -1 1 1 1 n ' 1 1 ' 1 . 1 . . . .Q . 1 . , . . , 1 .1 . 1 1. . 1 . . - 1 f . . 1 g . s, . , , l 5 . 0' ' Q e ,I . 5 e, t, . ., . 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Q 1 , 1, t, -:Q . . r . . . - I - . - , - - , . 1 1 , ' e1 1 1 ., v :-1 ' 5 . 1 . , . . . . . ez -:1 ' v 4 - . e , , , - ' ' 1. 5 , . . . . 2 o 1 :1 3 U' F 1 I-11 rr 'l'I1f1-I.-11 accumulated one thousand which added to the twelve hundred dollars hlS father had left hum made twenty two hundred dollars but that was not three thousand dollars Well thought Bull l thlnk Ill have to just leave the rest of lt to the Lord and see what He can do and then he laughed sarcastlcally After supper Blll went to the door and looked out Big black clouds rolled about and a rumble of thunder proclalmed that a storm was fast approachlng Ryon fixed everything up snugly before turnmg ln At nlne the storm broke and what a storm' The nlvht was black with drlvmg ram except when the knife lxke cuts of llghtlng split the dense ness every few seconds and the wlnd shrleklng about the llttle shack was terrlfylng so that shack or not B111 was glad to be on the lnslde After a tlme feellng rather lonesome he thought he would call up the Obeka agent and exchange greetlngs just to pass away tlme Ryon suc ceeded ln getting hlm but almost lmrnedlately there was a crash ID the recelver and the voice of the other man was cut off So after repeated trlals to get connected agam Bull concluded that the WIICS were down He then declded to go to bed and get some sleep Tomorrow was going to be a hard day wlth all the men commg for thelr pay and he needed the rest He had undressed slowly and was cllmbmg mto bed when the telephone rang three sharp rlngsl Bull could not belleve hls earsl Surely the wlres were down and who on earth could call5 The phone rang again as before three sharp rings Ryon rose unsteadlly to hrs feet ready to run at the first movement of the phone lf the unnatural thlng should move But It dnd not and Bull tlptoed over to lt and llftmg the recelver sand feebly Hell hell hello' Immediately a clear strong volce sounded dlstlnctly WATCH THAT BOX' Then came a cllck as the recelver was hung up The box3 What box 3 the only box ln the statxon was the cofhn and that was empty except for a few tools Pooh' It was all queer He cl just go to bed and forget lt It must have been something he ate for supper that disagreed with hlm So Ryon went back to bed but not to sleep and as he was lying there the telephone rang agaln three tlmesl B111 s heart rose up m his throat but golnv to the recelver he spoke m an uncertam tone Hello' Who IS th1s3 WATCH THAT BOX' come the volce followed by the cllck Bnll thought for a moment Well It wouldnt do any harm to try lt anyway so he dragged an easy chalr over to the tlcket wlndow whlch connected hrs room wlth the waltmg room and sat clown wlth hls eyes on the coffin and a revolver on his lap At about two a m his eyes began to get weary and he was just dozlng off when the telephone rang The same three sharp rings' Bull awoke and answered It The same mysterlous message WATCH THAT BOX' WATCH THAT BOX' came sharply and sternly and then the recelver was hung up Ryon at last declded It was up to hlm to watch so down he sat again with his gaze on the coffin An hour passed wlth the storm unabatecl the wmd shrnekmg about the lam 11115 011 1 ' 1 .t .1 . .. . 1 . . v . 1 11 . , 1 . . 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'. lrttle statron where a lone man sat wrth unwaverrng gaze fixed on a coffin A few seconds before three thrrty Brll gave a start Yes' he was sure' That lrd had moved' There rt was now movrng norselessly upward propelled by some unseen hand Ryon grrpped the arms of hrs charr and stared rn fascrnatron at the coffrn A lrttle statron clock gave a srngle clang announcrng three thrrty but thrs was enough to startle Brll out of hrs paralysrs of fear He gave a wrld shrrek and pullrng hrs revolver from hrs pocket frred srx trmes rnto the lrd of the box whrch collapsed Ryon ran out rnto the wartrng room where he lrfted the lrd and gazed at what was wrthrn A masked man hrs chest rrddled wrth bullets lay dead ln one hand was a revolver and down at the foot of the coffin was a small bag of burglar tools When the frve o clock trarn pulled rn the engrneer and conductor were greeted by a whrte unsteady young statron agent wno led them rn to see the grewsome object rn the coff-rn That afternoon the sherrff came and rdentrfred the dead man as rm Crawley alras Rarlroad rm bank robber and mur derer for whom a reward of l 000 was offered dead or alrve The dark small man was later found and he confessed hrs part rn the attempted robbery addrng that Peters as far as he knew was very much alrve The newspapers made much ado about the mysterrous person who accomplrshed the rmpossrble deed of telephonrng wrthout wrres but Brll knew who rt was and each nrght thanked God for Hrs trmely warnrng to an unde servrng man who had renounced Hrm and all Hrs works When Brll recerved hrs thousand dollars reward he went at once to see Mr Nlansfreld who gave hrs consent to the marrrage of Brll and Helen and rn addrtron as a weddrng present gave Brll a partnershrp rn hrs department store BE FREE. Lucrlle Almanrode A I0 ln thrs dear country all may equal be None must be bound but all who wrll be free But they who thrnk not for themselves and let Others therr tasks do for them don t forget They re slaves My frrend one of therr number do not make Thrnk for yourself and thus your freedom take 1,6111 11111 fl t r 71 1 X - - 1 1 . x , x 1 R ' 1 1 1 , . . 1 . . , , . 1 1 . . . , , . . , . :- v . . . .. . . 11 1 1 ' 1 S 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 1 , A c . . .- ' 1 . . - 1 1 r - 1 .. , , . 1 . 1 , . , . 1 LS 3,5 mal gfafsfggi xg irq 6 A :eg ,, X 'Q Q!! 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" I' 7 ' arf! -eff W' . -', -1- ,,. - .ara THE TEST Loys Hall B l l Wallace Manton student of Wilmington College walked slowly across the campus This afternoon would be the next to the last Game of the season ind Wilmington had a hne chance of winning the championship She had not lost a single game during the entire year He Nlanton was going to play in this afternoon s conH1ct with lmilmore dniversity as a sub for ohnson whose arm was broken lt would be lorious if they could win the pennant' Only the third year in the Football League and to vet the Championship' lndeed it would be a record Well they would if he could help them in todays game It would be hi first chance at real league playing and a great deal was expected of him Oh' how he would fight' Slowly the day passed l1.ven the lunch period seemed to drao A t ernoon classes were unusually dull and as it seemed to Wallace Manton lonf Finally the time for the gam arrived and the crowd assembled on the ble If hers amid much excitement ind impatience As the opposing team ran onto the held the whole crowd rose with cheer after cheer lt prom ised to be a bitter fight The first half passed without result Both sides show ed a fierce deter rnination to hold the opposing te im to no score The third quarter was bitterly fought The excitement grew ind the yet just fighting inch by inch The last quarter began with a Filmore forward pass which carried th ball within fifteen yards of the goal Wilmington s down l'he excitement was intense With two tries she failed to make her yards A forward pass' Manton yumped as he heard the words As he waited for the ball it seemed to him that the whole campus had been deserted so tense was the expectant crowd in the bleachers Three Sixteen Five' The signals rang out clearly and the ball fame whizzinv into his hands The bleachers seemed to rock as he started forward Then came to Manton the experience of youth and enthusiasm out to the strain that onlv veterans can be trusted to bear As he saw the line break ahead of him a quivering seized him Suddenly he stopped' l stantly the rooting ceased as if the crowd had been struck Then realization pierced the dull fogvmess that seemed to have taken possession of h's mind He had lost his nerve' He was a coward' Oh how he hated that word' eers began to issue from the Fllmore rooters Yellow Yellow' Look out sonny' and so forth How he longed to throw himself down and give in to the humiliation and remorse that he felt' Suddenly he was seized with a resolution a determination to make good so strong so fierce in itself that it astonished him He would retrieve himself' He would prove that he was no coward' But it was too late Filmore had gained the yards and the touchdown I 1 in lzifi mm . y . . . 5 y . . a I lr, , , . A4 D . . . Y U k y 4 ., . Z7 ' E ' ' Y . . . 5 . .S . . A ' r ' D. f f ' . ' h e ' ' ' . , 2 7 . ' ' ,' D 2 ' ' ' . . .' ,, ' , H ' . I 4 1 I s . 1 . x 7 , - . . E 1 . D V 2 whistle sounded with the score still 0 to 0. There had been no long runs k ' ' ' . ' z ' . e f k . D . , I . A . . . . . . . . . . C - 1 . - . . . D i A 3 5 . . . ' . . Q . . . n nv . D. h v . . . - - ' ' 7 . . n I A . I . 1 - 1 A A ll I ' A . l 1 ' . . . D . Y . ,lv U . Q Frlmore rooters farrly went wrld but not a word from hrs captarn hrs team or hrs school Only srlence As trme passed though no one mentroned hrs actron he felt the scorn of hrs fellow classmen burn rnto hrs soul ln every glance he rmagrned hc read the charge of Yellow' or Coward' From trme to trme he heard whrspers vague rt rs true but whrspers that tortured hrm almost beyond endurance whrch told hrm the news of hrs farlure had spread abroad The scorn and pam he felt can never be told Yet every day he was out at practrce wrth the second eleven Not once dld h farl rn hrs persrstent determrnatron to sacrrfrce hrmself for the other fellow who had some sand Sometrmes he felt as rf the strarn were unen durable At such trmes he would throw hrs head hrgh and say to hrmself Wallace Manton rf you qurt now rf you stop or even pause you wrll prove to yourself at least that you are a coward' What rf you do get knocked around a brt3 Brace up and be a man' Frnally the day of the last game arrived For Manton there was no chance ohnson had recovered suffrcrently But oh how he wrshed he could be rn the game and vrndrcate hrmself' No rt rs rmpossrble he told hrmself l have farled that IS all Yet he was rn hrs togs long before trme for the game Then occurred a serres of most srngular corncrdences Conference therr opponent came three thousand strong and Wrlmrngton had almost as large three quarters The excrtement grew greater and greater As he sat at the srde llnes he heard a remark of someone passrng behrnd hrm Yes the Frlmore game was great But rt was sacrrfrced absolutely so lf that fellow Manton had not lost hrs nerve the game would surely have been Wrlmrngton s Too bad Before he had trme to reallze the srgnrfrcance of thrs remark the whrstle blew agaln He looked up Someone was hurt It was ohnson and already they were srgnalrng for a sub He could play! He had a chance to prove hrmself' It had seemed rmpossrble but rt was true, true' lnwardly he was rn a turmorl of excrtement but to all appearances calmness rncarnate In a mo ment more he was out on the freld The last quarter was well under way and they were playrng dangerously near the Conference goal Wrlmrngton s ball and another forward pass' Once more he heard the srgnals grven Once more he felt the tense srlence of the moment But thrs trme the srlence seemed full of thought and meanrng Then the ball flew through the arr Drd he miss rt3 No he Jumped grasped the oval and started forward No cheers of encouragement greeted hrm at Frrst but he kept on shakrng off opponents and dodgrng them as he went Ten Twenty Thrrty yards' And then the bleachers seemed to rock and ring and cheer after cheer came from the rooters Thrrty frve forty he was down' No he had shaken off hrs opponent On on on the length of the field wrth two Conference men at hrs heels Fmally the Goal and a touchdown a touchdown just as the whrstle blew' The very arr seemed to shrrek as cheers and applause rang out The game was won won WON' He had proved hrs character He had retrreved hr mo ment of weakness' He had shown hrs mettle' And more rmportant Wrl mrngton had the pennant' lrnfr S1115 . . A , , . . - 1 , . , . Ye . . . 5. . . . . S, . . . . 1 . - D . , . n ' . :I 4 . . l gg ,n n 'u n ll . , . - , a turnout. The Filmore game was practically duplicated during the frrst : .. y . , . . . . . J , ' V I ' - ' i 9 Y' . , Q c r 1 . " ' 0 1' v T' ' ' k 1 n . I . ,S I ' - 1 1 ' I 'A . , The next day Wallace Manton was walking across the campus But thls time he was not alone LOOklng up he saw ohnson comlng toward hlm Wlth hls arm IH a slmg Hello Manton Congratulatlons That certalnly was some play never could have done that well especlally wlth my bum arm Say you cant Imagine how the Coach IS bragging you up He IS just ravmg But he probably won t tell you about rt But never you mind he surely IS proud of you almost as much as we are You bet came from all sides OLIVE DRAB Fnlmore Shepherd A IZ lVlac1e llved rlght next door to me and l llked her pretty much too because she was just about my age whlch ns thlrteen and she was real pretty But she llked Slmon who llved on the other slde of her better than she dld me just because he always wore an army umform that he got In high school He went to the same hlgh school that she dxd while l worked and he had a lots better chance with her than l drd Yes she llked me too but l guess she llked Slmon better and just on account of on old piece of O D and lt made me so sore that l wouldn t speak to Slmon any more when l met hlm but he dldn t seem to care and he d glve me that awful salute wxth hls rlght hand that lVlac1e used to rave about l couldn t see anythlnv about lt that was so great Well one day after work l was slttln on my front steps when l heard lVlac1e s front screen door slam and she came out headed past my house for the corner l sald to myself Here s your chance so l stepped out along slde of her and asked her where she was golng She looked at me kmd of can l go along wlth you3 She never sald anythmg so l just carelessly as rt l dldn t care started walkmg along by her slde M3ClC said l why lS lt that you like Sxmon better n you do me5 You know you used to let me take you to all the partles and everythm b fore he moved here but now you go with hlm and wont look at me any more ls lt just on account of that ol un1form3 That 1sn t any old uniform she said getting mad and whats more l guess l have the prlvllege of choosing my own company' And with that she flipped her head at me and started walklng real fast So l just naturally took lt for granted that she dxdn t want my company and turned around ln '1 devll may care way and walked slowly back home But l dldn t really feel that way about xt because l llked lVlac1e a lot even lf she didn t llke me l went back and sat on the front steps agam and began tlilliklng Now why couldn t l go to hlgh school too3 Because l knew that Mamma and Dad would lots rather have me going to school than to be workmg because they ralsed an awful holler when l quit and went to work They thought that l d soon get txred of work and want to go back to school again bu l never and l cl been workmg now for almost a whole year So l made up mv mlnd then and there that l could maybe have a chance wlth lVlac1e lf l started to hugh school even lf l would be a freshman She and Snmon were only If Ill Xnfy ' Y , . r . , , . . . . ' .D . . . I I Y I . . ., . , . I , . Q . I D G - g , . 5' , funny, and said, "To the store. So l got a brlght idea and said, "So am l, c g, e- , . v ' ' I . ' q V . 1 . ' v L x . ' L ' 'lg ---um' sophomores anyway So that mght at the supper table wlthout the least warning I sand so that everybody could hear me Well I guess I ll start back to school Dad looked up ln surprlse whlle Ma looked at me as lf she thought I was crazy Yep I contlnued Im gettlng klnd a tlred of work and so I guess Ill start rn tomorrow at the Stanton Hugh School on Claxrese strect You re not slck are you Bob3 my bug slster asked looklng at me queerly and then as lf a great light dawned upon her she smiled and wlnked at me I wlnked back and sand Nope' I mean ltl Well sald Dad I m glad that you ve got a llttle sense at last' And my mother stlll lookmg at me exclalmed I always knew that Robert would do the rlght thmg sooner or later And that ended the dlscussxon of the problem for that nlght Early the next mornlng true to my word I dressed up ln my new long pants and started off for school I dldnt have much trouble gettlng xn as the wmter term had started only about two weeks before and there were lots of other klds just startlng too Flrst they took my family history and then I was asslgned to class room or whatever you call lt and made to make out a p ogram of my dlfferent classes Well before I ot throu h making out that class I mean program I was saying things like slxty under mv breath so that no one could hear me vshlle I sweated over the different periods and classes that I had to at tend I dont see why they don t let you stay ln one room all day anvway like they dnd ln Grammar School and when I asked that question of tht teacher ex erybody ln the room haw hawed at me llke fools Well at last I thought that I had finlshed my program and so I took It up to the teacher who looked over lt and then sald You have everythmg ln here but your Physlcal Educatlon What s that3 I asked wht either lVIll1tary Drill or Physical Tramlng Oh' I sald I think that I ll take the Drill All right And she marked down R O T C ln bxg letters ln vacant space on my pro ram whlch happened to be the first oerlod You had better go down fl ht now and see about your drlll wnth Lleutenant Cal der And she turned her attentlon to another boy who was also wutmg to have his program O K d Well I started off across the campus wlthout the least Idea ln the world as to where I could find Lieutenant Calder and just as I was about to gnve up ln despalr I notlced a tall sallow faced boy commg toward me ID um form and xt was none less than Slmon Wrinkle hlmself ust as he came opposlte me I crled out Oh Sr' And he looked up with a start and then forgetting that salute for the hrst txme sald Vvell by gum what are you dolng here Bob ol top3 I felt like saylng that It wasn t any of hrs busmess but I really salcl Why lm gomg to school here now and could you please tell me where I could find Lleutenant Qalder3 Sure' he answered Right over ln Clark Hall second floor room 168 And he pomted a lean arm ln the dlrectlon of Clark Hall Thanks sald I and left hlm still staring at me as I went upon my quest lui . . . . .. . v v - - 4'- H . .. .. . .. . . . , . v v V 17 ' L5 .. . . .. . . . ! 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I . , -,. r1.1.tl1-I-.JI At lrst l found the room and rt had a brg srgn on the door whrch sand lVlll.,lFl ARY HE.ADQUARTlLRS KNOQK So l knocked and a gruff vorce from wrthrn yelled out QOME IN' My heart went up rn my mouth t the sound of such a deep vorce but nevertheless l opened the door and wrlked rn There rn front of me wrs a large man wearrng large glasses and wrth salmon colored harr and a very sunburned face He had a beautrful whrpcord unrform on wrth a classy parr of shrny leather boots State your busrness he sard wrth that same deep vorce as he seated hrs ponderous form rn an office charr rn front of a large desk lm a new student rn the school I managed to stammez o1.t and l want to take Nlrlrtary Drrll Name3 Robert Darcy rAge3 Thrrteen Llass Room5 Srx And then the qurz ended and the lreutenant pushed on a trny buzzer underneath hrs desk The next moment one of the cadets appeared and saluted the lreutenant who .after returnrng the salute wrthout rrsrng from hrs charr sard Sergeant take thls man over ard ht hrm out wrth a unrform Yessrr answered the cadet and motronrnv to me to follow hrm he went out of the door and started down the wrde hallway wrth me after hrm After l had chased after hrm nearly to the end of the hall way the cadet stopped rn front of another door wrth a srgn on rt whrch sard MILITARX QUARTERS PRIVATE He drew out a bunch of key selected one opened the door and told me to go rn I drd and saw that the room was full of khakr wool unrforms and regular army rrfles These rrfles attracted my attentron rnstantly srnce there wasn t much that l drdn t know about any krnd of a frre arm as l had gone huntrng wrth my father many trmes and md clean them and everythrng lrke that What calrber are the rrfles3 l asked of the cadet who had just come rn rfter me Thrrty thrrty he answered Why3 Oh l was just wondcrrng C an l see one of them3 bure bo l selected one from the racks and hastrly looked rt over notrng the werf ht mechanrsm and bore Some nrce lrttle rrfle Sprrnvheld rsnt Its l querred Why yes answered the cadet lookrng at me wrth a drfferent lrvht rn hrs eves Would rt hurt rf l took rt apart3 l asked You don t know how do youl he answered l ll show you l sard wrth a Great deal of confidence and proceeded to take the whole gun apart rrght rn front of hrs eyes Gee where d you learn that3 he asked Oh from my Dad l answered Thrs gun rs sure drrty Yes he answered they ve all been packed rn cosmolrne over the summer but let s see you put rt back together agarn All rrght and l placed each prece back rn rts proper plrce afrarn Gee that s Great what s your name3 I11 Nu 2 y . . .K , K, : --1 ' , f . , - a , z . 2 ' 3 ' A x ' ,' , D . t ' r ca ' . l y H f - ml 5- I 'S - y ' ' -Y y v ' :y Y v ' . ...,, , - . . s, , I . 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'fy-lfrm 1' Bob Darcy Mmes ackson Callt and he reached over and grasped my hand heartlly Well wed better get thus unlform busmess stralghtened out now He looked me hastily over and then selected a coat asklng me to try lt o l drd but lt was sllghtly large for me That s a thlrty slx sald ackson Here try this thrrty four on But the thxrty four was so small l couldnt button It up and notlcmg thls my new friend Sald Well never mmd vou d Just better take the thirty slx and have It cut down What slze shoes and hat do you wear3 l told hum and he set out a palr of round toed army shoes and an army hat throwlng a red whlte and blue cotton hat cord around the top of the brlm He then pulled out a pair of breeches from a great plle and held them m front of me They ll Ht you hne he Sald and then lnqulrlng as to the slze of my shirt he handed me two classy wool army shlrts and a black tle Don t forget your puttees he sand and handed me a palr of these artlcles Well l guess you re all fixed up now so lll see you tomorrow morning at drl Farr enough I answered and shook hands wlth him once more l was wild to get home and try on the whole of my unlform so l resolved to dxtch the rest of the day and beat nt home For land s sakes what ln heaven have you got there3 asked my mother ln surprise when l made my appearance at the front door Why my drlll uniform l answered wonderlng at her lgnorance nn such matters of importance But why dnd you come home so early3 School lsn t out yet IS 1t3 No but l wanted to get my job settled up today and get my pay Oh' And after makmg thls explanatlon to her l dashed madly unto mv room to change my clothes for the unxform When l again appeared my mother hardly knew me Why she exclaimed you look just llke a regular soldier' Sure' l crled grabblng up a couple of doughnuts and makxrm a hur rxed exlt out the front door ln the dlrectlon of Casey s meat market where l had formerly worked as a wrapper and delivery boy Nobody knew me not even Macle as l met her on her way from school But after she had glanced at my face she exclilmecl with fervor Why Bob ble how mce' Oh boy' my heart Jumped sixty degrees ln one shot then and l offered to help her carry her books home for her whlch she dld not decline ln the course of our way home MBCIC suddenly burst out Oh Bob Marys gomg to have a blg blrthday party day after tomorrow Are you gomg3 Uh huh l assented Are you3 If some one wnll take me and she looked longmgly ln my dlrectlon will Macle lf you want' l exclaimed anxlously my heart beating still faster All rlght Bob she sald taklng her books from my arm and turnlng into her front walk Gee l was the happiest man on earth then and l bounded lnto the house madly just ln time for supper laaf Sltlj tnur .. .- .. . . 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' '-lf QHHIZEITIODS 0 o -Mf- '15 Lx 1 f 5 ff f A W' A hx NX 1 1 -1 l:1I!fL' 5l.rly-.fix STUDENT BODY ORGANIZATION Thls organlzatlon IS the most vltal and far reachlng of the school as lt IS the school government and whlle thoroughly CHTCICHI IS one of extreme slmpllclty ln structure Every student IS a member and IS expected to con trlbute to the functlonlnv of thls body by dolng all ln hls power to carry out the fulflllment of ltS alms and ldeals Wlthln the past year several drastlc changes have been made ln ltS plan of organlzatlon ln order to more ably cope wlth the new problems whlch are so frequently presented by reason of the phenomenal growth of the school A new executlve offlce was created that of stage manager Another reform lntroduced was that of appolntlng commlttees to foster and develop varlous school actlvltles The members of these commlttees are chosen froln the ranks of the Councll and are called Qommlssloners ln order to glve more complete representatlon throughout the school an amendment to the student body constltutlon was passed provldlng for two councll representatlw es from each class one boy and one glrl lnstead of but one as formerly The executlve oftlcers of thls organlzatlon are the Presldent the Boys VICC Presldent the Glrls VICE Presldent the Secretary the Yell Leader and the Stage Manager They are elected by the popular vote of the students The officers of the W ZI term were lrvlng Kamer Presldent Earl Qulllngham Boys NICE Presldent Sophla Forsyth Glrls VICE Presldent Mabel Felton Secretary and ullus Shultz Yell Leader Those for the S Zl term were Rob ert Wheatley Presldent Earl Culllngham Boys NICE Presldent Frances Klncald Glrls NICC 'Presldent Margaret Burton Secretary Mlchael Yaven dlttl Yell Leader and homas Harvey Stage Manager The Councll pres ed over by the presldent of the Student Body IS the lC2lSlatlVC body and mblrs among lts members three faculty representa tlwes the school treas r and two other faculty members The Qouncll of the NX Zl term conslsted o MISS Seeley MISS Weeks and Mr Heywood fac ulty members and Nlchola lrwan Commlssloner of Athletlcs Gladys Halgh and Horace Smlth Cfimmlssloners of Flnance and Revenue Robert Lee and Edna Duggar Commlssloners of Publlc Welfare Howard Sheets Commls sloner of N ocatlonal Actlvltles Vlolet Wrlght Qommlssloner of Art and Oral ACtlVltlCS and ames TIHVIS Commlssloner of Mllltary Organlzatlons The Councll of S21 co lsted of the same faculty representatlves and Manual Laraneta Howard Sheets and Dorothy Boetcher Qommlssloners of Athletlcs Pheneus Slnger Kenneth Grossman Clara Schalos and Anne Reese Qom mlssloners of Flnance and Revenue Louls Flsch lone Dunkel Helen johnson and Kathleen 'VlcDermott Qommlssloners of Publlc Welfare D3Vld Ffoulkes and Hazel Casler Qornmlssloners of VOC3tlOndl Actlvltles Sydney Qhrlstle Rosemary Rlchter and Florence Shell Qommls loners of Oral and Art Actlvl tles Sam Wheatley and Denver Klsner Qommlssloners of Mllltary organl zatlons The Boys and Glrls Self Government each under lts respectlve VICC Presldent enforces the regulatlons of the organll ltlons Ihe members of each group conslst of one representatlve elected from each class room Mr Foot IS the Faculty Advlser to the Boys Self Government whlle MISS lrvlne holds the same ofhce for the CJll'l9 Self Government Imp Nut, nznl - k Y 1 1 1 A . :a 1 , 1 . 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' 'N-.W- 11112.-432' 1- '. '- GIRLS LEAGUE lt IS the object of the Girls League to welcome new glrls and to work for the welfare ancl happiness of all efferson girls As a means of accom pllshmg this the sponsor and sporsorette system has been carrlecl out This IS namely that each eleventh and twelfth grade glvl IS macle sponsor to some ninth or tenth grade girl for the purpose of helplrff her wlth her t1.clles or with anv problems whxch might arlse Thus term the completion of the new gymnasium has macle It possible for the Girls Leavue to carry cut the r parties ard erte t 1 ments wxtu the utmost success The oftlcers for lat term were Francis KlWCald PfCQlfl6Pt eannette King Vice Pre lclent and Lena Bell nes Secretarv ard Trea urer Mlss Locke Faculty Adviser Tlus te m s ofhrers are M ble Felt n President osephme Stott Vlce Prelclent 1rd Charlotte Bangle Qecretary ancl Treasurer P1141 M 1 1 1111 l l , . , - . - . , , - - . . . C v . M . .g s . . . . . ., , . .. .. .. Q . . . 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N ,N X X . ,N l PHILOIVIATHIAN SOCIETY The Phllomathlan Society IS one of the largest organizations at Jeffer son and renders most valuable service It is a Senior organization mclud mg both Senior A 3 and Senior B s Each term the Society is expected to give two pay ancl two free enter tamments For the past three terms one of the pay entertainments has been an outdoor Cala Day on the athletic field There was a formal program of Christmas music given last term ln the cafeteria as was also an elaborate party given in honor of the Alumni Due to the success of the Artists Course last year the Phxlorrathlan Society decided to take advantage of the new gymnasium auditorium by glv as a financial undertaking and as instructive entertainment The officers for the Fall term were Sam Goodman President ullus McCabe Vice President Iva ohnson Secretary and Helen Campbell Treas urer This term the following officers were chosen Robert Lee President ullus McCabe Vice President Rosalie Ffoull-:es Secretary and Rena Scott Treasurer Pap' Tn rntj one ing another Artists' Course this Spring. lt met with immense success both 1 , ' : J ' , - 1 J . : , , - J ' , ' - ' 1 ' , : , .IEP F ERSONIAN STAFF Eugene Hilton osephlne Stott Louls Flsch Isabelle Chaxken Fllmore Shepherd Robert Lee Mxss essle Robertson lrvlng Kramer Earl Cullxngham Carvell Delevan Louls Rosenbloom Homer Mxtchell Morrxs Cohn David Ginsberg Frances Klncaxcl Alex Ginsberg Pheneus Smger Harold Zwelfel Ralph Bunche I aye Sn nity 11.0 i . J . r , . , THE JEFFERSONIAN The effersoman our weekly publlcatlon althou h not the lar est hlgh school paper rn Los Angeles lS classed amon the most Wlde awake Through the efforts of M1 s Robertson faculty advlser of the paper and tb tombmed staHs of the pxst and present terms the CHCYSODI n has taken enormous strldes toward beln a model hz h school publxcatlon 91 AFI? W Zl Fdltor ln Qhxef Robert Lee Asslstant Edltor Eu ene Hllton ASSI nment Edntor lrvlng Kramer ASSOCl3tC Edltor osephlne Stott Sportm Edltor Hxrold 7wexfel Assistant Edltor Earl Cullm harn R O T Q Editor Fil Shepherd Feature Edltor Louxs Flsch Eichan es Ellzabeth Ovscy ClI'ClIldtlOI'1 Mana e Pheneus Sm Assistant Morrls Cohn bloom Asslstants D3Vld Cmsberg Or vllle Parker Alex Glnsber Ralph TICHCT S 2 Ldrtor IH Chief lrvln Krwmer Asslstant Edltor Louls Frsch Asslgnment Edltor Fll Shepherd Assoclate Edntor osephlne Stott Qportm Editor Robert Lee ASSlStdDtS Homer Mltchell Morrls Cohn Speclal Wrlter Fu ene HITTOH Orgamzatlons Earl Qullmgham R O T C Edltor Qarvell Dele Van Fxchan es Frances KIDCGICT Qlrculatxon Mana er Pheneu Sing Advertlsm Manager DaVld Gms er PRESS CLUB The Press Club of efferson IS an or amzatlon composed of the stu dents of journallsm Meetings are held monthly at whrch men and women engaged rn practrcal newspaper work address the students Plcnlcs and partles are occaslonally held to promote acquamtance and good fellowshlp among the embryo newspaper folk The officers for Wxnter 21 were Presldent Fllmore Shepard VICC PYCSI dent osephme Stott Secretary and Treasurer Ruth Murray For Summer Zl the Presldent IS Eugene l-lllton the VICE Presldent LOUIS FlSCh and the Secretary and Treasurer Dorothy Mack MISS essre Robertson mstructor ln Journallsm IS Faculty Advlser CALENDAR Theatre Party at Klnema Receptlon and Dance Trlp to Examiner Plant Mr S M Newman s Address Mrs Idah McGlone Glbson s Address Mr Edwin R Collms Address eptember 4 October 8 November 26 December 26 February I8 February 118 's. 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' ' ............. . 21 'ag r .'r1'r11l'1'-lf1r're' Inq: S1 ull, our i 1 ., ,',, uf THE SPANISH CLUB efferson s Spanish Club under the excellent leadership of Miss Kath arine Kent has proved itself to be a great benefactor to many students who are taking or have taken Spanish As It is the chief purpose of the Spanish Club to promote the use of the language which its members study no finer method could be used to better their conversational Spanish The membership of the Spanish Club has now reached about seventy five and while not prominent at present as a school organization tht plans which they are forming now and intend to follow promise to make this rls inf' organization one of the most active and beneficial bodies at -left rson The club has the following officers fcr this term President Est lla lxas tleman Secretary Treasurer Leota Berry FRENCH CLUB The French Club or Cercle Francais another newly organized club to add to efferson s list of organizations has a membership cf about one hundred students the enthusiasm of its members making it one of the most educational of efferson s organizations The club IS not alone for educational purposes for with the valuable and ready assistance of Mrs Elsie Seckler it has proved itself a success been enjoyed by the members among them a delightful little soiree which was given at the first meeting December 7 Here was shown the fine talent of several members the program being thoroughly enyoyed by all who t tended The success of the French Club may be accounted for partially by say ing that the officers of the club have worked untlrmvly for its interest and betterment For the Spring term they were President Ralph Bunche Vice President Hazel Seltzer Secretary Anne Chapman and Treasurer Stanley Daley LATIN CLUB At the beginning of the term under the direction of Miss Clara Bo s the Latin Club once more began to have meetings and make plans for the re mamder of the term The first thing was the election of officers who are President Kennet Law Secretary Priscilla Crates Treasurer Grace Davie With these leaders it is the aim of the organization to show the students who are studying this language the value and pleasure that can be derived from it With the co operation of the adviser officers and members the club has accomplished a great deal and their intentions and hopes for the future are high 111111 M y , I . f5 - .V 1 ' T I . 1 . 1 .K C - V , v L K 5 . A. V 1 K 1 :s . - I A i .S . . . . , 5 : - . . . e - i T ' , , ' . - .l . g . ' ' 9 J . L , - ' ' , . socially, from the start. Several get-together meetings and little parties have . ' D ,D . .. . ,. A . L' " ' . s ' ,, ,, ' , a - . . . 5 . . ' ra 3 - ' 1 1' v i 1 , 1 K A - ' , lm : , ' ' 1 . ' . ' . .xf 1 y I ' P '."2'f11l1--lizw' THE. GOLD QUILL The Gold Quill efferson s new magazine publlshed its first quar terly lssue April 20 lt was placed on sale not only at efferson but at up town bookstands also and was a great success both as a financial and as a llterary undertaking It lS the purpose of The Gold uxll to glve the school a purely literary paper thus furnrshlng a market for the works of ambltlous would be authors lr will also gxve our prmtmg shop practlce ln magazme type settmg The Aprll rssue of The Gold Qurll was used as the ofhclal program at the Shakespearean festlval of the Los Angeles High Schools glven durmg April A second Issue of The Gold ulll will appear ln une and lt IS expected to meet with equal lf not greater success than the Aprll edltlon lt was through the unceaslng efforts of Miss Evallne Dowling head of the Englxsh department that the magazme was founded and rt rs publlshed under her drrectxon The Gold Quill staff are Henrietta Ehrllch editor Ellzabeth Sperry and Doris Bangle assistants Carroll Campbell busmess manager Sowell Slack advertlsmg manager and Clalr ohnson clrculatxon manager THE BOOKWORMS Among the many new clubs whxch have been founded thus year we find The Bookworms Thus as an OI'gal'IlZ3tlOn of Llbrary students whose pur pose IS to cultlvate a love and appreciation of good books They are plan mng to have pms bearmg their msxgma Bookworms to be worn as an mdlcatlon of membership Wnth MISS Lmme Marsh jefferson lxbrarlan as an advlser the club has a very promnsmg future The officers are Doris Brush President Sarah Parke Vlce President and Olive Shreck Secretary laqfSnn1r5 Ju 1 1 U - n 1 - - - 1 v -1 ' . J , - s . -. Q . -. . . , ' . . . .- . H . 9 - v . . .. Q . u . . J . . ' 1 K v u y U . n . . . . ' - u v . v 1 1 ' s . , J , . H n . . . . . . . . . . . . 4. ,, v 1 ' ' v v - 1 . - , 1 f ' I , . 3 , ' , .. . ' . THE ART CLUB Under the gulclance of Miss anet Grant a new club was recently started the efferson Art Club The club has as lts object the promotion of social relatlons among the students of efferson who are lnterested ln art and the mstltutlon and carrylng out of art projects ln the school alonv both cultural and practlcal lmes The orgamzatlon IS small as yet havxnv only about twenty FIVE mem bers on the roll lt IS expected however that the enrollment wlll soon be much larger as the club IS open to all students above the mnth Grade and Interest ln art work ns belng aroused The officers for the Summer Zl term are Presldent Tabatha Good man Vice Presldent lleen Elwood Secretary 5-.mta Xvllls Treasurer Nladelme Brayton 111 N 'x 1 .I 1 v J . . 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JS-f 1 4 ' 1 , I H r GIRLS GLEE CLUB efferson has one of the finest Clrls Glee Clubs this year that It has ever had They have appeared at many entertamments including the Christ mas program and a pay muslcale given ln March On May I2 and I3 when the muslc department presented the operetta Cherry Blossom the Cnrls Clee Club took an important part Thus was decidedly thelr greatest success of the year The ofhcers for last term were Presldent Rena Scott Treasurer Mary Fellows Llbrarlan Ruth Burleson and A slstant Llbrarlan Martha lucas This term s ofhcers are Presldent Rena Scott Vice President Fvelyn Cas tle Treasurer Wllda Penrose and Llbrarlan Martha Lucas BOYS GLEE CLUB As usual the Boys C1lee Club appeared at many entertainments They sang at the Chrlstmas program at the Washlnvton s blrthday celebratlon and at the muslcale grven ln March On May I2 and I3 they proved their muslcal ablllty by talcm a leadmg part ln the ll ht opera Cherry Blossom whlch was greatly enjoyed by all who attended as well as were all muslcal programs that efferson has presented Besldes dlsplaymg thelr vocal accomplishments they sometimes have llttle social entertainments One of these soclals was given last term when a party for the Cnrls Glee Club was arranged and an enjoyable evening was spent by all who attended The ofhcers for last term were Morrns Cohn President Ralph Tneffer Treasurer and Eddle Rigby Llbrarlan Thls term s ofhcers are Ralph Txef fer Presldent Lavelle Brazelton Treasurer and Michael Yavendxttr L1 brarxan ORCHESTRA lander the capable and efhclent management of Mass Stone the Or chestra has been workmg very hard this year that the student body might have the best of music at all entertamments and lt has reached a hlgh de Zree of excellence The Senior Orchestra furmshes muslc at all plays at Commencement exercises and also at many assemblles 'lhey also played at a benefit for cllsablecl soldlers glven at Blanchard Hall last March The ofhcers for this term are Frank enkm Concert Mxster Sam HOTOVNltZ Manager Harry Relchel Asslstant and 'Nellne Thornton lrlncrpal second vlolm There IS also a ,Tumor Orche tra whwch comprlses all students who are not qualified for the regular orchestra They wrlte OYILID xl orchestral com posxtlons and practice that they mxy het ome proflclent and enter the Semor Orchestra I 1191 SP1 11115 111111 1 . , - ' . .. 11 . 1 N . . 1 - 1. . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 ' 1 A - . . , . , ' , - , - 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 . . , . . 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' ' ' ' 2 Y ' ' , . t J , ' ,, , ' 1 WHO S WHO One need not thunk that the Who s Who of efferson llsts among nts members only the Grands as many of those most promment nn school ac turtles are found here The officers for the first term were Helen Campbell Presldent Gladys La N elle Nice Presxdent Ralph Bunche Secretary and Treasurer Wear the end of the flrst semester they had a very select party to whlch only W ho s Who members were mvltecl At the HI'St meetmg of the organization this semester the f0llOYVlI'10' of flCCfS were elected Belle De Witt Presldent osephlne Stott VIC PYCSI dent Ralph Bunche Secretary and Manny ohnson Treasurer Nlxss Boss who always acts as faculty advlser for the society was asslsted by lVl1ss Day man ln Apnl the Whos Who unwilling to keep all their good tlmes to themselves entertained the school wnth a vaudeville program There were fxfty members this year and hopes are hugh for a larger membership next term The lxst of members for both Fall and Sprmv term IS as follows I ll ffl . , J . . , - : , : ,' 7' ' . 9 - V O ' D - 1 . :J , - - : . 9 J , . , ' - , . , . . 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' ' 24 ' .f IM 7 ' , i f 4 f I Q Ju., N is-If-1 'dn :Q Xi-Q-f" George Costello Syrxl Tipton FOOTBALL Football IS a strenuous game requlrmg a player to glve up hls hours after school yea sometlmes a few evenmg hours too and to go home after that aching ln every muscle and Jomt Luxurles such as candy and ple are mx He must politely declme mvltatnons to partles and other GHBITS be cause the late hours will lessen his flghtmg ablllty efferson s football team of Fall 20 fought through the season wlthout a vlctory, nevertheless lt kept on sacrlflcmg these thmgs and playmg to gether as a team wlth a never say dle spmt from begmnmg to end "The gntty playing of the fly weights from jefferson" was seriously considered be forehand by every team that the Democrats met The outlook wasn't brlllxant for the jefferson eleven when they faced Paqr Flghly hun W, li w s 1, 4 ,.J1mj ,,L ..:,,. .K ,. . XE, Sr. Elf 2-11, Q-525 wp: ,ix , . aft'-'1, 1 , V his xg :Av ,r' '- J. 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A Hugh ln thelr first game October 8 The green and gold warriors appeared too puny to be able to smash that wall of fleet footed beef from the bw stlcks But L A received only one touch down and that SIX points came to them by a fluke ln the last mlnute of play lt was a close and excltlng game although the ball was rn efferson s terrl tory the majority of the tlme On October I5 Manual Arts defeated the squad 27 0 The game was fast and furious wlth very few fumbles both teams doing their very best The Tollers relied chiefly upon lme bucks for thelr Oams but the Democrats had to play a more open game because of the superlor weight of their oppo nents The Poly team that later won the clty champlonshlp slipped ln an extra touchdown and goal and won the October 21 football scramble to the one step tune of 20 I3 The hrst score of the season for efferson came after Poly had I3 pomts ln the first half Gannon recclvlng a forward pass ambled slxty yards for a touchdown Wee Bobble Gannon plucked another pass from Laraneta out of the a1r ln the second half and when Laptam Klr wan klcked the goal seven more polnts were tacked on to the other sxx effersons playlng conslsted of forward passing and end running almost contlnually The Democrats recexved a serlous setback ln the next game Pasadena High October Z9 SCYIOUS because Pasadena was nearer our equal than any eff had yet played The old grlt and get together spxrlt was lacking some how and Pasadena copped 31 0 The green and gold squad played a determlned game against Holly wood November 5 but the Foothlllers ran off wlth the honors I9 ln all leavlng us what remalns when the bubble breaks The final game was lost to Lmcoln November 24 The Honest Abra hams corraled I4 marks IH the first half and ln the last few minutes the Lmcoln fullback klcked a drop making the score 17 0 The Clty League season ended with this standlng Team Won Lost ct Polytechmc L A l-hgh Hollywood 00 Pasadena Lmcoln efferson 00 Although Jeffersons place ln the final lme up looks very trlvlal the season has been rated as the best ln the hnstory of H S sxmply because of the never glve up spxrlt wlth which they played There were no out stanclmg stars but there exlsted a Splflt of team work which was better by far efferson honors and thanks the fellows who sacrlficed so much ln order to represent the school If lt were not for the men who have to whip the team Into shape and DEMAND that they lay off the candy etc there would be no team Jef fersons coaches Cyrll S Tlpton and George Costello deserve our ever lastmg gratitude Iam flqlzll 11111 - -...., un AI .I . y .L 1 . . 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J' I u I agr Flghq jour Page Eighty-ffm' Pagz' Iiiglfly-.fix BASKETBALL The jefferson llghtwelght qulntette coppecl second place ln the final standln of the Clty Lea ue ln the Varslty League efferson seems to have pinned down the tltle of Long Walt Champlons But lt IS not an agreeable feellng to a team to be always loslng and jefferson truly appreclates the stlck to lt xveness of the boys who represented the school The frrst season game was played anuary I4 with Pasadena Both teams lost Varslty 34 I4 l30 pounders 24 I7 Clashlng wlth Poly anuary Zl the llghtwelghts scored the 9 of a 9 7 count The Varslty game was a close affalr eff losmg I9 I8 The Llghtwelghts cleaned Manual anuary Z8 ll 8 after which the Varsity wlth blood m therr eyes demolished the home crowd by the ter rxble score of 36 l efferson lost both ames versus L A February 4 The Varsxty col lected ll posles whnle the boys rn the sticks garnered 43 Captam Gan non was ellmlnated for fouls early m the llghtwelght surprlse so the game resulted Z4 II favoring the Pioneers The ,I H S staggered back to the fold of the conquerlng heroes february ll by squashmg Hollywood 7 0 The Foothlllers heavywelght five proved too strong for the Democrats SXtlDfLll9l'1lH them 29 4 A grand flnale was staged at Lmcoln February I8 wlth the Varsity m the background The Llghtwelghts totally surprlsed the Llncoln Babes by scoring 27 rm ers and lettlng the nem y hxve 8 eff s Yarslty lost 22 I8 The l-leavywelght team was composed of Laraneta Kelth Young and V Klsner forwards fwllls center and Cohn captam Klrwan Bridgeman and Lemelle guards Gannon captam and Brown forwards Mltchell and Noss centers and Rubly and btewart guards made up the llghtwen ht squad BASEBALL l-hs Royal Majesty Athletlcs has recuperated after a long term of suffermg with failure fever and rheumatlsm m hls dlfferent branches and has once more regalned hrs ablllty to laugh eat and be merry ln his Do mmlon of efferson It was hrs llver Through It all the Klng bravely attempted to reslst the slnlster influence of fallu e but many a tlme lt seemed as If he was down and out for ood But now after takmg Dr Tipton s remedy Vlctorles ln Baseball three tlmes he feels like a new man Though of course his ll ness belng so recent he IS not quite so robust and vlgorous as he mlght be It fell to the lot of efferson to be the vlctlm nn the openmg baseball game with Polytechnlc on Aprll Fool s clay Poly fooled the local ball tossers 5 o l ln the first frame Laraneta walked three men whereupon wlth the bases full an error was made and two men crossed the rubber ln an effort to avenge S1 Young stole home ln our turn at bat makmg our only tally ln the fourth the Mechanics rang up two more markers and their Hfth run 1:1111 llllllfj lf T3 I o- so J 3 Z ' cy ' . - J , ' ' - ' T ' v ' 1 ' Q ' - , ' .I 1 . 5 ' - r' ' 1 ' , ,l ., - . 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'LIU came m the seventh Laraneta was erratrc on the mound first walkmg sev eral and then groovmg them m He was replaced rn the seventh by Lemelle The Democrat nme staged a come back rulnxng the the prlde of Manual Arts 5 to 4 Aprll 8 Crabbmg three ln the hrst one each IH the fourth and Hfth jefferson somewhat overwhelmed the confident artlsans Two runs each ln the second and seventh mmngs were M A s llmxt Thls vlctory was qulte a rejuvenatlon to efferson s spmt Outhlttmg the efferson mne Pasadena sluffged their way t a 6 to vlctory Aprll I8 ln the second Flannery popped a home run and Dagley of Pasadena dld the same ln the thlrd ln the fifth frame LEWIS crossed the rubber but the Bulldogs came rlght back and made one and fixed the count 2 to 3 ln the sixth came the K O blow Beard txed the score ralsmg ef ferson s hopes but then Pasadena proceeded to knock Lemelle out of the box The Foothlllers cooked thelr game when Wagner thelr chucker sent rn two men and scored hlmself on a ClI'CLllt wallop The Democrats needed a tomc ard got It April 22 by whlppmg L A High by a count of I3 to 6 ln the openlng xnnlng both teams garnered three runs Scene efferson copped one more Ploneers two runs Then ln the third L A brought thelr final count to sxx tylng the locals Wlth two ln the flfth two more ln the eighth and three more counts ln the final spasm efferson ended the game ln real whlrlwmd fashlon l-lerble Lemelle pltched good ball allowmg but slx hlts The H S aggregatlon agaln returned vlctorlous after placlng the well known sklds under Hollywood to the tune of 4 to 0 Two m the thlrd canto and another two ln the seventh won the game Webb and Lemelle dnd the dlrty work crossmg the platter for both duos Lemelle agaln pltched a nlce game allowing only five hlts whlch he kept well scattered After wlnnlng two m a row efferson succumbed to the champlonshlp Llncoln mne May 6 by a 5 to 3 count It was a fast game ln the third stanza Lmcoln shoved across four markers Three points were collected by the locals ln the fifth round Heres how the league stood after the final meets Lmcoln Polytechnic efferson and Pasadena ftled for thlrd Man ual Arts Hollywood and Los Angeles TRACK Although thls year marked our first attempts m thus phase of athletics the results of the efforts put forth both by the members of the team and by Coach Costello were most encouraging The team engaged ln two dual and one trnngular meet Our first opponent was Hollywood s second team whlch defeated us by the score of 80 to 33 We next encountered the Manual Arts and Chino teams ID a three cornered affair the result of whlch was Manual Arts l243Q Chino I8 and Jefferson IOM, The thlrd contest whlch was that wlth Huntlngton Park was a closely contested affalr Jefferson emerglng on the shorter end of the 57 to 49 score Besldes these meets a few of our men quallfled to enter the finals of the Clty Meet but we dnd not manage to place 1n any event The season however was a most satisfactory one ln that lt brought to light and partlally developed enough promlsmg maternal to form a nucleus about which next year s team can be built Too much credit cannot be given to Mr Costello to whose untlrlng efforts the greater success of this season is due lap I lllllfj rlrflll . ,- , C - - V - 1 L Y . 5 .. . . . . 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D g .. . , . . .J . , : . ,J M J, - , , . . - 1 ff! . , , N , . , M , D . , - g A TENNIS Wrth the exceptlon of one man thls year s tenms team was composed of the same men who constltuted last year s team Robert Penney Fred Woodyard and Earl Cullmgham all played a better game than last year while Stanley Daley the new member added the necessary pep to make the team a wmnmg combmatxon The 6I'St scheduled Cxty League match was wlth Poly Aprll 5 on our own courts Startlng out llke a whlrlwmd our boys completely swamped the Poly aggregatlon the Hnal count bemg I7 0 Before the Poly racquet swingers could get started the home team with neatness and much eclat had tucked the match safely away and our reversal of the previous year at the hands of the Poly team was completely avenged On Aprll I4 the team journeyed over to Manual Arts and after a very hotly contested match was forced to take the short end of an l l 7 score IH this match some of the fastest prep school tenms of the season was un corked Penney playmg an especially speedy game Certamly the one sided score of I6 l does not mdlcate the fine brand of tenms put up by the members of our tenms team ln thls match even though they were on the losmg end The followlng week on Aprll 26 the team played at Hollywood only to get another set back to the tune of I4 3 However after thls match the team regamed nts orlgmal speed and pep which lt seemed to lose temporarily and an especially fine brand of tenms was characteristic of both the Lincoln and Pasadena matches Paye Ezallty nzue Next Los Angeles was entertained on the local court, on April 20, and iil2s'4f.a t -sr as "'v-stu: GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION The most lmportant thlng that has come to efferson durlng the l920 ZI year IS the GIFTS Gymnaslum The glrIs of efferson have been Qreatly handl capped by not havlng the proper pIace for physlcaI tralnlng but now they can step out and keep thelr pace wlth the oIder Iarger schooIs of the clty efferson has progressed rapldIy thlS year and there IS golnv to be a spot on the map that wlll draw a Iarger amount of attentlon That spot IS The Greater efferson The gymnaslum has first of all the assembly room whlch wlth the baIcony wlll seat a thousand and flve hundred people The stage IS Iarge and has SPHCIOUS dresslng rooms on elther Slde ust off the rear of the assembly room are the glrIs Iockers dresslng rooms and showers aIso the offices of the physlcal tralnlng teachers MISS Genevleve Kelso MISS LlIIlan Pressman IVIrs Frlcke and the oftlce of Dr Probasco On the second Hoor over the dresslng rooms and back of the baIcony are the Glrls League rest room IVIrs BIundeII s class room IVIrs Frlcke s class room and also the two outer balconles whlch are equlpped for rest rooms It was expected that the bulldlng would be flnlshecl earIy ln December but lt was not untll the beglnnlng of the second semester that lt was ready for occupancy It was formally dedlcated on Aprll 9 ust how lmportant the new gymnaslum IS can be fuIIy understood by all the students of efferson and especlally the glrIs of the physlcal tralnlng classes Every one of the falr sex can now take at Ieast one form of physlcaI culture Heretofore the glrls gymnaslum work was IlttIe more than organ lzed games but now wlth a sultable and beautlful bulldlng lt IS posslble to glve several IIHCS of work chlef of whlch are settlng up CXCICISCS cor rectlve study, and dancmg The prlmary objects for havlng gymnaslum work ln the schools of today are health and happlness The classes that are organlzed ln order to galn these two objects are numerous A good posture IS essentlal both for beauty P11111 N nifty . v... . , . .: V ,.Q-f- we " . ,. ,. - - .. -f' L--4 4'-" ' 4-1 ," 'H .X " T '--t-HG' f, 41. 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I v f Y Y - 5 and health therefore correct posltlons are encouraged ln marchlng runnlng settlng up CXCTCISCS and free floor work As the eqlllpment for the Uym naslum IS not expected to be ready for use llntll the fall term the Glrls can 'lccompllsh nothlng at present along the Ilne of worls. wlth elther Ilght or heavy apparatus The branch of physlcal tralnlng that IS especlally deslvned to promote happlness IS that of organlzed games Under thls llne comes the Va1'lOl1S Games of ball volley ball lndoor baseball basketball and tennls AI though most glrIs Ilke to play a good rouslng game of ball that has a good deal ol competltlon ln lt there has been no opportllnlty as yet to have lnter class games Instead the glrls of each perlod choose for each Game two captalns who ln turn choose thelr teams In thls manner a flrst and a second team IS selected for each pCYlOd class All the basketball glrls are worklng very hard because they have heard that a tournarnent IS golng to test thelr mettle next term The glrls who selected tennls as thelr favorlte ball game put one over on the others by organlzlng a tennls club whlch enables them to do more when lt comes to tournaments BCSldCS promotlng happlness these games are the maln factors ln de veloplng good balance naturalness comradeshlp qulckness of lnlncl and Ieadershlp The gymnaslum teachers are worklng out a plan for the fall term that wlII award a letter to the glrls who malntaln the hlghest standards The swlmmlng class IS comlng to the front at efferson The class meets durlng the nlnth and tenth perlods every Thursday at the WlIkIDSOH Plunge Each glrl ln the swlmmlng class IS credlted Wlth two regular gymnaslum per lods Last term but one glrl won the eftlclency dlploma but thls summer Thls telm wltnessed the lntrodurtlon of aesthetlc danclng lnto the phv l cal tralnlng department There are two classes the beglnnlng class whlch meets durlnv th fifth pCYlOd of each Monday Wedresoay and Frlday and the advanced class whlch meets the elvhth and nlnth perlods on the same days The two classes under th dlrectlon of MIS? K Iso have been stlldylng tech nlque as the foundatlon The beglnnlng class flrst worked on The Nlghtln vale whlle the advenced class lnterpreted FIYPHICS and The Awalxenl 10 of Sprlng Both classes prepared group dances for the May Festlval All phases of physlcal culture whlch tend to broaden the character are developed ln the class room so that they may be carrled lnto the home and Iater help to brlng forth those sterllng qualltles whlch mean Amerlca and Democracy GIRLS RIFLE CLUB Thls has been the lnltlal term for the Glrls Unlt of the Wlnchester unlor Rlfle Corps The Unlt was organlzed on the slxth of Aprll under the dlrec tlon of Sergeant Wlndsor who exhlblts no small amount of patlence when explalnlng whlch IS the buslness end of a gun The glrls have regular perlods for practlce and may Wlth the permlsslon of Sergeant Wlndsor and MISS Kelso practlce at the school range on Saturday The oftlcers are Instructor MISS Genevleve Kelso ASSlStant Instructor Florence Fortner Range Oftlcer Martha Lucas Supervlsor Florence Fortner Asslstant Supervlsor Vlola Campbell Recorder IVIarlIIa Dyer Warden Ruth Stalr l'a11f X Illt ll one 1 I . . r ' . 1 . 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ROTC une closes the best year efferson has yet had rn Mllltary Her boys have won many honors and the school may well be proud of them for they have brought home efferson s first champlonshlp The jefferson R O T C has been fortunate ln havmg Sergeant Leslne M Windsor as commandant again thls year Men of hrs stamp are not very common HIS noblllty of character and sterllng qualltres have won for hum the respect and admlratlon of the cadets and the whole school ln hlS work here he has shown hlmself an excellent leader and one able to lnstlll that Splrlt mto hrs subordinates that makes the French pollu call his captaln my captaln He has taken boys and made them mto soldlers and loyal Cltl zens He has set before them a splendld example and rnade them reallze the deepest meanlng of the phrase a soldler and a gentleman All that they are he has made them all that they have done he has Inspired them to do and the corps thanks hlm Early thls year Frank McGowan Sgt Sr grade M C retd was detalled as an addltlonal mstructor to efferson s unlt Sergeant McGowan has been xn the army for many years and has seen servlce ln the Spamsh Amerlcan War the Phllxpplne lnsurrectlon the PUnltlV6 Expedition and was In France for two years where he was present at most of the lmportant en gagements ln whlch the American troops participated He has many tales to tell of hls experlences and can always find ready llsteners Here he has taken over the supply department and has relieved Sergeant Wlndsor of much other work ln all nts dealmgs wlth hxm the corps has found hlm kmd and considerate and would be glad to see hlm back next year crltlclsrn their fine leadershlp and the example they have set have been Important factors ln the success of the unlt George Collms has been Major throughout the year The other officers have been Walter Stuffler and Edward GYIYTIITI captams Nlcholas Klrwan adjutant Fred Perske and Or vxlle Parker first lleutenants Tejas Edwards Charles Bishop Eugene Hilton and Phlneus Slnger second lreutenants Alex Glnsberg was first lleutenant band leader dunng the flrst semester and Sam Goodman the second Oak ley Whlte was second lleutenant supply officer the flrst semester and Thomas Harvey the second Twenty boys were selected to attend the summer encampment which was held at Camp Kearney Those attendmg were Cadets Collins Stuffler Grlmm Klrwan Perske Parker Edwards Blshop Hllton Yavendlttl Camp bell Cullmgham Clouse Evans Hayes England Fntche Van Wagner Har vey and Orton The camp lasted five weeks durmg whrch they recelved mstructlon ln Infantry clrlll mmor taCtlCS small arms firrng and the many others thmgs necessary to a knowledge of soldxermg Every boy enjoyed hum self and they were all benefited physlcally and mentally A new set of drill regulatlons has been adopted thus year so that there has been only a battallon of two companxes although the enrollment has been 11111 X mir h : f ' ' , ' 9 The officers this term have been remarkably competent. 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A If ' A Q .. 2 if-.3v'?wJ r 91. nearly two hundred and flfty durlng the last semester A new armory has been provided wlth gun racks and an offlce The cadets equlpment has been changed and ampllfled garrlson caps shoes and belts being Issued ln stead of campalgn hats marchmg shoes and web belts Sprxngfleld rllles have replaced the clumsy Enflelds and the cadet has recelved more articles of clothlng with a greater opportunlty to exchange unservlceable ones The offlcers have adopted the Sam Brown belt Complete sets of lI'lSlgfll3 have been Issued lncludlng cap and collar ornaments and brassards Bright blue SCYVICC strlpes were prescrlbed to lndlcate years of servxce and stars of the same color are worn by the mem bers of the senlor class Another feature that has done much to stimulate school splrlt IS the adoption by the various schools of dlstlnctlve shoulder patches ln the school colors Last year efferson felt the need of having a school R O T C flag and the result of the agltatlon was a mxlltary exerclse to ralse funds ThlS year the necessary materlals were purchased and gxven to the sewlng class to make into the flag When Hnlshed lt wa presented to the battallon wlth an elab orate ceremony The color IS made of sllk Wlth a blue held blue being the corps color of the lnfantry Upon this rs a efferson wedge of Green wlth a gold border bearlng a large gold Above the wedge are the letters R O T C and below a scroll bearing the words efferson l-llgh School both scrolls ID green and gold The whole IS Flnlshed by a gold frlnge and cord It certalnly IS a fine piece of handiwork and a color to be proud of At the beglnnmg of the year the P M S and T outllned a program of work and provlded for a monthly lnspectxon at whlch the schools were to be rated Lmcoln s umt won the flrst lnspectlon but efferson s umt set the unequaled ln the ninth corps area efferson also led ln the thlrd but dnd not come up to lts own record The fourth was held the nlneteenth of Aprll Colonel Falls who IS ln charge of the R O T C of the nlnth corps area was the Inspector No declslon was rendered at thls lnspectlon another bemg held at the tlme of the platoon competltlon when the honor schools were plcked on the basxs of both xnspectlons The platoon competltxon was held May 27 also an lndlvldual ln the school of the soldler medals belng glven to the hlghest men A squad competltlon was held at Pomona Aprll Z9 The squad from Manual captured the honors but jefferson boys made a Good showmg conslderlng the tlme spent ln preparation The R O T C band has been much ln evidence thxs year Wrth about thirty pleces It rs much larger than ever before ln dxsclpllne and music lt has lmproved wonderfully and lt now ranks as one of the best ln the clty Vluch credxt for nts Improvement xs due to Sam Goodman lts leader The annual band competltlon was held early ln May Target practlce has been extensxve especxally wlth the small callber rifles The gallery constructed last year has been ln constant use about thirty thousand rounds bemg flred Four unxts of the Wnnchester umor Rlfle corps were organized and the cadets early began to try for the various medals offered lnterschools matches were held monthly ln whlch although effer son was never at the top she was never at the bottom Range practice with the Sprmgflelds has also been held several times at the National Guard range above Glendale to teach the cadets to shoot the larger rlfle The soclal events of the year Included a box party at Ocean Park for the camp men and a hop ln the new gymnasium I 111 t ' . ' 1 . ' f. D . . - L v 1 -3 . K . 5 . D . H . A . .N . S . . 1 - V. . . . , . - l D D record in the second, when it was declared by the corps area inspector to be , .... , , , . , g I . .K . . g . Q U 1 . . ' 5 Q' .Yilzffy-51'-1"11 ROIC BfND u h 1 ru: otr R O rl Q Bxnd Instructor for 0 mall nt w rI-. th xt hu been xuolnpllshed xnd for the WIDDIIIV of A 91 ver ug ms N tuncl prll III tht Xnnu xl C ompetltlve Bind DrlII held IVI'1y I7 I970 func rs one of the most popular or lI'llliIl0I1's lll me a me :I lr I1 ts thlrtv Inernbcrs who dr1II every mornlnff with the R O Q I lt In n L,wen to tho e who txlxe bxnd pr utlce ln xddltlon to t P lh Bxncl I Ads tht R O I C when on pirade and on S1m1I1r forrnl 1 um N t 1 plxy xt xll xthlctu 1 unes xnd it many wssem lee 1 nr c Ilrxt Ilinllttlllllt Sun Qloodrnan Band Lexdgr mc 1 1 uc 5111 t sslst tn 1 I . . I Q. T. 'X NI 1' 1' 'c-clit is rl - Mr. rlqezxzlv. 1 . . I. N. 2 D f , th. cy'-v 'ow 1 as H 2" , 2 A V Vg '.'I r I..-:Q-' n-A z ' " z ' 1 , .., Ihr- R. U, I. QI, I1 I - 1 3 ' ga 'Az ' s ' rl , H . at ' Y ' ' ' . U 5 l . I., suI'sI crmi 'i g fn " S ' i ' 2 z " , ' 1 " h . Ii. U, VII. if work. n Q- Q cw 3 ' . .m. I. ' . ,' 'Q QI ur 'a n.'. I iIs0 zjsz 2 2 X I' ga Cz 2 ' 1 , IDI' Ihr- offvr- s axr': J .' ' z fe I ' . nz ' 3 2 I 5z"gc'.1nI llu-. " .N ih, t. I - I I xx K X ' 'fa it , . Fi-: I- . V. fr 'mr , U I I I PLQUGM S 9 4 0 gU"'HffF wfbw f ' ' w Q7 af' Q i X Y I , 1 3 -. gm? Q'rz- ' Q X Q fk fl' 3 Q gi 2 , 1 . r A i 4 '. ,. :Q 7 f"":f gu f' 4 ' ' 1 x XN""'- 31 Y W 1441. ., if fx if ' ' lf:J" Xf Nl ZJIL 1 JL YJL f .M PROGRAMS Durmg the past year many lnterestmg and excellent programs have been presented at jefferson Because of the cramped and inadequate quarters of the cafeteria the number presented durmg the first term was necessarlly small When the new audltorlum could be utlllzed for thls purpose the number of programs was largely mcreased and the work of presentmg them was greatly facllltated The advent of the new audltorlum wrth nts attend ant benefits ln thrs respect IS but another phase of the growth of our school and an addltlonal lndlcatlon of the glorlous future whlch awalts us The presentatlon of various programs by assembllng the students for one definite purpose tends to brmg about that feelmg of unlty whlch rs so essentral to an mstltutlon and so doing not only fulfills the office of entertalnment but also 'nakes for a more satlsfied more energetlc and more ldCallStlC student body Besides the cafeteria and audltorrum the campus and athletic fleld were sometlmes used as the scene of programs of such character as necessitated more spaclous accommodations The most lmportant and entertammg pro grams are detalled rn order of thelr occurrence PURPLE AND FINE LINEN This play destined to be the last given ln the old auditorium was pro duced by the Dramatic Class under the supervision of Miss Ella Webster It was a most entertammg and excellent play portraying various phases of Puritan tlmes and condltlons chosen m commemoration of the ter centenary of the landing of the pilgrims The presentation occurred at a very oppor tune tlme November I8 and I9 but shortly before Thanksglvlnff The cast of characters wxth the musxcal numbers was as follows Cast Goodwrfe Parsons of Northampton Laura Davrs GOOdWlfC Dearborn a Widow of Hatfield lsabelle Qhalken Betty Her Daughter Elizabeth Ovsey and Dorothy Gilbert Imp Um llzmlnl 1 1 . - , .. . , ' L . c r . - , F . 1 , . . , N . 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F A 1 ohn Belden lVl1n1ster to Hxtheld Alex lVlcDou5, ill Tom Dearborn Son of GO0dWlfC Dearborn Clyde Voss Lucle Mabel lelton Davld Sylvester Youn Soldier ln Love Wlth DXPCTICDCC Stanley l xulson Ell-tanah Parsons Clerk of the Courts bdwm Reamer Deacon Epaphrus Small a Purrtan Elder Rudolph Cnoland Experience Pxrsons Dau hter of Goodwxfe Parsons Helen Lampbell ana Amta Wlll 'Vla rstrate Thomas Harvey Constable Qlalr ohnson Sxmeon Nleelnns Actln as lawyer for the Prosecutuon Homer 'Vlntchell Musical Pro ram by Orchestra Openm Number Democracy Triumphant West Between Act l and 2 Valse Bluette Lxngey Between Scene l and 2 Act 2 Danse Fantastlque Between Axct 7 and 3 Xi oodland Selectron Tobam GALA DAY efferson s seml annual xnnovatlon Gala Day was held before an audl ence of Fifteen hundred on December I0 1920 The event st xrted off wlth a humorous speech by the Nlaster of Qeremomes lu ene Hrlton ln farm ers arb Athletlc contests mllltary actnltles muslc and fun helped to make the first Gala Day of the year xn envlable success The numbers of the pro ram each of which was announced by the Nlaster of Ceremonres were as follows Football Game T1 ers vs Bears Basketball Qontest 'Vlaldens Farr Bayonet Thrusts R 0 T Q Boys Band Concert Vlxlnt xry Band The football ame ended m a draw tlme belng called on account of darlt ness The Casaba free for all ended wrth the glrls shakms., hands and calllnz, ho tllltle off for the day Cl IRISTVIAS PROGRAM On December lf 1920 the Phllomathlan Society ID conjunction wlth the 'Nluslc Department presented an exceedingly hne Qhrlstmas program It was staged ln the old audltorrum which was prettnly decorated md was completely ID harmony with the splrrt of the holidays lwo fxrellent read IRES A Perjured Santa Qlaus by Mary l tta Wise and Why the Chime Ran by 'Vllss Dayman were rendered Besxdes these numbers the pro ram lnfluded Adoratxon a vlolln solo by Sxm C oodrn m l olv 'Nl ht lrlqrfl Il lfffll . .. . - . Y 1 , g. , I , ..................,. . . , ............... . -. ' z. , g, . -' ' . . ' . A ', s fQ' .,, ....................................... c . ' ,. g '-" ,. . ' g 0 1 . ,. .................... . Cal tbl FrenchSerenade..................................Gr1egg V - . V A Au i- J - f , , ' - , , . K z ' .' ,gg , - .Q . A v Y Q ' r 2 ' . O -- f 1: r ' FO' ' ,, . . 4. 2 . U ' ' ' ' f fr- 5 V . ' . - - ' '. 'I 2 ,' "1 s"'s . . . ' - lf. - ' . I , . - N I. " 7' . , . , . . , ., - .-, ., .. -C, Y .. . Q Q , ' ,' . .2 1 eg l,.g, ' 111 unrr. rf voc xl solo by Leonldxs Sxmmons Husheen by the Glrls Cllee Club lovely Appear by mlxed quartet Nazareth by the combined Glee Clubs and Slelghrlde Party and Andante RCllgl0S0 by the orchestrx W Zl CLASS DAY The lxst Class Dxy pro rlm held m the old xudltorlum wxs Owen by the gr xduates of W "l There were muslc xl numbers of particular mter est by well lxnown class members and a cleverly clevlsed class prophecy IH dramatlc form After the lndoor ceremomes the audxence attended the planting of the class tree anuary I8 I97I Serpentme of Le lders of Senxor Class By the Class Orchestra Speech by Class lresldent Oxltley Whlte Song Blanche Weluln Class Prophecy C rss of Zl Cornet Solo At Dawnmg Alex C-msberg Readlng Sophla Forsyth Plano Solo Reverle at Dawn Dear Old efferson Class of 21 Cwords composed by Earl Stone Plantxng of Class Tree Class Presentation Speech by Class President Oakley Whlte W 21 COMIVIENCILMENT PROGRAM Thus presentatlon anuary 20 IQZI was one of two fold lmportance first as lt marked a milestone ln the lives of those students about to Ofradu ate and second because those who graduated at thls tlme constituted the first class to receive thexr honors wrthln the walls of the new audltorlum the latter a dlstmctlon and prlvllege long awaxted by departmv classes but un re lllled until the L,YddllltlOl'l of the class of Winter ZI The program itself wxs IFIQPITIHQ and entirely befitting the occasion of the departure from among us of a fine group of students to enter upon thelr varlous new enterprises elsewhere A synopsls of the program appears below Craduatlng EXCTCISCS Proc essnon xl Overttnre Merry Wnves of Windsor NICOIAI Servnce the Amerlc un ldeal of Forelgn Trade Alex Gmsberg X lolm Solo Concertx De Berlot Sam Cooclman True C ulture eannette Kms ,ll "ll lluu 1 I n , K- v ' J v -4' 1 Y 1 .Q ky , c. . . 2 '. e ge Q 2 ,, gz 1... 2 " - , . D . J , - . . N . ,. 1, . y C Y-14 . . . .4 .... ..... ..... 4... .4 . . . . D ......,............................. S . ong............ .......jefferson, ' -I , C ' 1 D. . ..s .....,. I .............,.............. . . . ,- - ,J ' . , - : ., ,D ' I ' , -. - 5 -1 ' .2 2' z . ' , 2. . kr . K ,. . ,, . K V . . ,, . '. z . , .s Q ..........-n4..uuuu.q.uuA C 5 ' V2 ' .A c 5 . ' I ., ..................................... ,, ffl I 4!l'Al,'1.Vl Mandolins and Moonlight ....................,...........,... Bliss Girls' Glee Club Piano Solo-Polonaise .................................... Chopin Address ....................................... Dr. Qarl S. Patton Violin Trio ...........,..................... Harold Zweifel, W '2l First Violin, Sam Horowitz: Second Violin, Prank .Ienlcinsg Third Violin, Eugene Higgins. Presentation of Class A Mr Fulton Presentation of Diplomas Mr Seaman Acceptance Oakley White President of the Class Recessional W Zl CLASS PLAY Senior Class plays at eflierson are invariably successful but one of the greatest triumphs was scored by Leave lt to Grace The members of the cast took the characters in exceptional fashion and the novel situations sparkling dialogue and attractive setting and costumes put the play over splendldly Two performances were given the matinee on anuary 21 and the evening performance on anuary 28 The Class of W 20 Leave lt to Grace Persons in the Play Mrs Pell lva ohnson Lena Bell ones Edith Pell Edna Dugger Nancy Pell Mildred Houston Noell Pell Harold 7weifel Mr Tister Anton l-lookanson Synopsis Act l Living room of Mrs Pell Act ll The Same Act Ill The same 1111 I . . l . , . J -' J . in . ........................................... 1 Grace Pell ....................................... J D ' gr'Ul14'I111llJr'1'i Tllru' Three weeI-.s elapse between Acts I and 2 Two weeks elapse between Acts 7 and 3 Tlme The present Place Castleton on the Hudson IVIus1c by bchool Crchestra LI'NlCOL'Nlb BIRTHDAY PROGRAM Another successful program was added to the Ilst of achlevements of the Phllomathxxns on Febru xry I7 1971 rn honor of Lincoln s bxrthday It was most rmpressne and wus ch xracterlzed by an atmosphere of solemmty well ln keepm wxth the nature of the great American whose name and deeds were commemorated upon thls OCCGSIOU The following numbers were presented The Stars and Strlpes Forever Sousa Orchestra Salute to the I'Iag Student Body Unvellmg of Llncoln s Picture Doris Brush Assembly SITIUIHQ 'Student Body Abraham Llncoln Kelth Handley N ocaI Solo Leonldas Slmmons The Star qpanvled Banner Key Vi ASHINIGTONI S BIRTHDAY PROGRAM The blrthday of the Father of Our Country was featured by a most excellent thouvh srmple provram The partlclpants were representatlve of 111 classes of the school thus embracmv the democratic prlnclple of the worthy lI'lCllVldU3l to whose name all honor wls Ulven on thus OCCHQIOH Short speeches ln praise of Vlashm ton were UIVCH by Kenneth I.,aw Ellza ohnson and IVIary Brooks Among the other numbers were I-Instorv of Hall Co Iumbla by I-Ienrletta Ehrllch Sonv I-Ia1I Columbla by IVIr Foote and Boys Glee Club selectlon Yankee Boys by the orchestra The Father of Our Lountry by Sarah Kalemsky a readme Leetle Georgle Washeenzton by I:.tta Gordon The salute to the Hao and assembly slnglng bv the student body completed the provram ARBOR DAY PROGRAM A particularly lmpresslve and attractlve program was gxven Arbor Day March I I92I consxstung of both lndoor and outdoor CXCTCIQCS The ceremonles were simple and xn complete accord wlth the spmt of the occa sion A summary of the varlous numbers IS as follows Audxtorxum Luther Burbank Presentatlon of tree for boys a2r1cuIturaI classes Robert I-Iaymaker If ffflfl Iflflffffl , I A-1 Y n "'-' 1 L ' ' ' . . N r L . . A 5 i m I K I . , l c 2 1 .., .. , ' . . ' . ' ' ' 1. 2 1 ' f . . . ' . . U . . A 4 ., A ' :,. 5 . . 4 1 4 ....n 1 --n---.n 4 .--..-.u.... n n .L I, . . Stories of Lincoln ................................. . .Belle De Witt . to 1 5 ' ..... . ...................... . . . . .... . I. A I . .. N ,. . ,, ,, . 2 , , 5 - . . z ,, . . ft s' S, , ' I 4 - ' 1 P . u I I I . . ,. , - v , - . v 1- . D . . , J h ,, . . c . Y 'lg r 1 IA. 'mu' Shade Carrlson Present xtlon of tree for glrls agrlcultural cl lsses Dorothy Thwmg Vocal Solo Leonldas Simmons He Who Plants lwrees Larcom frescntatxon of tree for lrls ymn xslum cl xsses f hzabeth Sperry Flanders Flelds McRae lejas Edwards Amerlca s Answer Llllard Thomas Harvey Recesslonal Klpllng and De lxoven Boys Glee Llub Outsrde Program Plantlng Trees Plantlng Poppy Seed Gordon Rosenbloom R O T C, St1rSpangled Bxnner and Txps hy R O T Q Band MOWTF BLUE AND QLEOP XTRA next Elm were whlspers that ran through the audlence when Nlonte Blue Paramount lVlot1on PlCtUYC star stepped from be-hlnd the curtalns of the efferson auditorium But he was only one on a program of celebrltles who entertalned the CHCTSODIGD subscrxbers March II ames Hubbell Tom l-larrlson and 'xble asslstants produced a Slde spht tmg pantomlme The Death of Cleon xtra done nn tlme to throbmnf' music of the orxent Walter Stuffler favored us wlth 1 httle jazz on the saxophone and Rosahe Ffoulkes and Vxctor England mdulged ln a few measures of farmerette vocahzmff It was one of the snappnest performances ever glven at Jefferson MUSICAL PROGRAM An lnformal program was arranffed and glven on March I6 1071 by muslc and dramatlc students asslsted by a few former students of efferson The element of SUYPTISC and the absence of formahty added Greatly to the success and the mteret which attended the affalr The numbers were as follows Mlkado Opera Selection Sulhx an Orchestra Nlghtlngale Song Ne-vm apanese Love Song Needham Gnls Glee Club Vocal Solo Charles Kxley Reading ln the Tolls of the l nemy Lorettx Rundeen Harp Solo Florence Shell 111 U llunr z' 1 7' ' j'. 2 . 3 " g' if Q... U 2 . A 2 H Hz U ................ . . . l. ' . - N z "lsn't he handsome?" "Wasn't he brave?" 'lm going to see his ' . Y J V . ' K .1 .I .- . ' ' L .1 v -v . ' . c , K U . ,,.., . 1 . .7 . . 1. -- il ...... ............. z u ,, .f -,-.1 11:-,V Selectxon R O T C Band Soloist Frank Albltz Assembly Slnglng Under the DlYCCtl0H of Mr Hugo KlYChOffCY Student Body PROFESSOR H S CLARK Occasionally one meets a person of whom he says Vlfhat a ma netlc lndlvlduallty he has Such a man IS Professor H S Clark of the Unxverslty of Chicago who gave the first number of the Artlsts Qourse The intense thoughtful qulet of the audience during the reading of Drmltwater s Abrx ham Lincoln was a Httmg trlbute to the mterpretatlve ablllty of '1 man who IS probably the foremost reader m the Umted States By selectmg the greatest moments of the play Professor Clark ave the scenes which picture as no one has ever done before the life of one of Amer lca s greatest men Teacher and student wlth the ard of this magxc conjurer of pictures visualized clearly the aunt H ure of Llncoln and the face so full of love and sorrow and majesty lwhey saw hrm move amon hrs dutxes wlth a heart that held only tenderness and love for the errln sons of the south They saw hlm YCJOICITIQ' when the Umon wls once a am a umon of men grown wearv of bloodshed And they saw hrm ln the end the captam who had suc cessfully piloted his shlp throu h the storm and was hlmself shot clown by the hand of an assassin POMONA CLEE CLUB PROGRAM On Aprll J I92I the Phllomathlan Society presented the second num ber of the artlsts course a concert by the Glee Club of Pomona College The program was thoroughly enjoyed and Included the followlng numbers Pomona College Son s Blow Bugle Foote Solo Mio dl Capua Tenor Solo Loves Sorrow Shelly Fomlc Songs The Green Grass Crowlng All Around ohn Brown s Baby Plano Solo Valse Moszkowskx Pomona College Songs DEDICATION OF NEW GYMNASIUM We the students and teachers of efferson Hlgh School promise to make the best use of this bulldmg This was the solemn vow taken by the effersomtes at the dedlcatlon of the new gymnaslum April 9 l92l Mrs Dorsey gave the address of the occasion expresslng the hope that the school would derive much benefit from the bulldlng Mr McCormick and lVlr Ful ton spoke briefly The efferson Orchestra and the Mllltary Band furnished the musnc lfflll!1S T .... ...................... I , ' . I . .. U . 7 :5 , . .. E 1 . ' . . g g . ' 5 a - - y I - C - . . . g Y . Y V ' - g ................................ .......... Violin Solo-"Indian Lament" .............................. Kreisler .I .. . ,.. 'riff rzr IIVILVF. ,ix WHO'S WHO Students who regard members of the Who's Who Society, .Iefterson's intellectual organization, with a rather cynical attitude, were given a surprise when the Who's Who staged an entertainment Thursday, April Zl. Many novel features were introduced on the program, which consisted of musical and dramatic numbers and an extravaganza. Belle DeWitt, the president of the society, delivered the opening address, stating the purpose of the entertainment, and expressing the desire of seeing more students on the membership list in coming terms. One of the most successful numbers was the skit, "Who's There?" which displayed humorously the weakness of the weaker sex. Another playlet was presented with Manny ohnson in the role of a French designer selling dresses to attractive young ladies lhe stunning gowns with which they were outfitted were of his own original desi ns The recitation Mumps by Tabatha Goodman was well received The extravaganza consisted of several dwarfs representing the grades of l 2 3 4 and 5 appearing and relating how they are won JAMES W FOLEY A small man he was and a droll little smile he had as he stood upon the stage and regarded his expectant audience Such was Mr ames W Foley the delightful poet humorist who was secured by the Philomathian Society as the third number of the Artists Course His various humorous experiences were charmmgly told lapsing so easily into poetry that one could hardly tell where the prose ended and the poetry began Mr Foley paid tribute in his readings to the wonderful world of boys and girls and dogs of which he is still an active member He told in his inimitable way of a family where the four children were always getting into trouble where the cookies were stolen the ink spilled and the clean kitchen floor tracked by careless muddy footsteps but nobody knew who did it He also related a humorously pathetic little tale of one of his nine boyhood dogs the tail of which died last From his more serious moments we may quote the following The things that really count in this world are cheerfulness kindness and earnest ness Combine these three and we have happiness a thing all of us seek CHERRY BLOSSOMS Cherry Blossom the apanese opera Given by the combined Glee Clubs and Orchestra on May I2 and I3 ranks among the musical produc tions of Jefferson The gorgeous costumes and beautiful stage setting coupled with the excellent music have set down the opera as one of the greatest events of the school year The principal characters were as follows Kokemo lrvlng Kramer ohn Henry Smith George Collins Horace Worthington Philip Quaglmo Togo Victor England lm! It llllflil . . . .g . 7 ' 7 . E . Z A ' Cherry Blossom ....................................... Rena Scott , K z' O! ' t 'VJ Sz'-Z'1'7l Pngf Um' Hundred Eiyht A5 YOU LIKE IT Ihe object of thls play was prlmarlly to prepare for partlupatxon ln the Flrst Annual Shakespearean Festlval held at Nlormal Hlll Center Aprll 77 and 25 The hrst md second performances were QIVCH at the school audi torlum Thursday afternoon Aprll I4 and Frlday evenlng April I5 Both were exceedm ly well attended and brou ht forth many expresslons of pralse from II The parts were excellently portrayed xnd the scenery and cos tumes beln admlrably chosen axe a beautlful settlng The work of MISS Webster ln the preparatlon of the play rs partlcularly laudable From 1 roup of unpollshed asplrants she produced a credltable and well balanced cast Our reatest expectatlons were more than realized as the players sur passed thelr PTCVIOUQ records ln the xnterpretatlon of thelr parts Truly we mav well be proud of thls eflerson s Flrst Qhrkespearean productlon Below appear the outline of the cast and the muslcal numbers Characters Duke benlor Lxvxn m efule Duke Frederick Ills Brother Usurper of Duke Senlor Amlens aques Fxrst Lord Le Beau A courtler attendxng upon Frederlck Charles Wrestler of Frederlck s Court 311122210 Sons of Slr Rowland I Lords attending on the banlshed duke Adam Servant to Olxver Corln l Sllvms x Shepherds Wlllxam A country fellow ln love wlth Audrey Rosalind Daughter to the banished duke Cella Daughter to Frederick Phoebe A shepherdess Audrey A country mrl Laclles of the court Attendants to Orlando and Charles Foresters to Duke Senlor Soldlers lVIus1caI Numbers Sounds from England As You Llke It Qtanlev Paulson TeJas Edvw xrds Vxctor En land Rudolph C-olarwd Alex C-oland Alex IVIcDou all Fred Perske IQIa1r ohnson lsyclney Chrlstre Iwrancls Meehan qowell Slack ll-Iomer lVI1tchell ack Hartman I-lelen Campbell Vlary Ftta Wlse IVIar1a I-Iurst Rosalle Ffoulkes ILou1se Blakesley lAn1ta Walls I ack Hartman llrred Woodyard Alex IVIcDou all Fred Woodyard Herald Piper ,Tejas Edwards Thomas Harvey Fred Perske Ross Dunton ISowelI Slack IRoss Dunton Langey Tobanl Ill!! 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'im' GRI I N SIOL KINGS There IS an old country custom exlstlnv IH Lngland whuh requlres xn elder cl ruvhter to wear Green St0LlxlDQQ at the weddlng of her younger slster ll tl'1xt younver sister hrs c xptured x lruslnxncl f1rsl Tlns wus the lnsplrxtlon for the pl xy Green btocltlnf s f IVPD by the Ur xduatlnv class of Summer 7l on une9 and I0 Old lVlr Faracl xy s eldcst dxuflmter Calm who IS obllffed to wexr the much CllSlllS5Cd lreen stotlunis twice tlirouflx sheer stratefy disc xrds the tolored hose and eventu xlly dons the weddmv Gown Nllss Ella G W1 ebster hxd entlre ch xrve of Green Stocltlnvs Tlons ID ltsell lnsured tremendous suctess 'Vllss Webster s Splflt IS an lnsplratlon to exery c lst The cast of characters follows C e lx l xrx y Rosalxe Ffoulltes C olonel gnntlw Ll ur ohnson Vkm Faraday Rudolph Goland Nladve Nlrs Rocltxnvh xml Frances Kmc nd lwelyn L xdy Trench xrdl Florence lwortner Xunt ld 1 lVlrs Qhlsholm l xr rd 1yJ l ucllle Houston Phyllls Faraday Dorothy Gllbert Robert Tarver Alex lVltDouf11ll xmes Ralelvlu 'Sowell 91 xslt llenry Steele l ouls l lseh Xdmlral GIICS lrvmgg Kr xmer lxlartln the butler Robert l ee I ll I ,, - , 4 5 L f cf5 T7 .K s . 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S 0 IETY ,, j-7.17111 Qgrfvs wwf 5 K N I H ll 1 fl SOCIETY For a long tlme the soc1aI Ilfe of the school has been curtalled for lack of a hall of sufhclent slze to hold any but the smallest gatherlnvs with enough room for comfort When the doors of the new gymnaslum were flnally opened and the students knew that they might have just as many partles and programs as they Ilked the social Splflt took a new Ilfe Scarcely a week has gone by wlthout seelng the gymnaslum decorated ln some new and taste ful manner and a gay group of CHCTSOHIICS there for a frollc Half of the ood tlmes recorded rn the followmg pa es are due to the new bulldlnv and every student already has many happy memories of events occurrlnv Wlthlli the ymnaslum FACULTY TEA efferson IS well known for xts hospltal ty and the hrst event of the year was a tea for the new faculty members UIVCII on August 30 It was held upstalrs ln the Sclence bulldmg ln a prettlly decorated room and the new teachers had a splendld chance to become acqualnted w1th the school and wlth each other PRESS CLUB PARTY ournallsm IS a touch that makes the whole world km Former edltors of the effersonlan experlenced Journalist students and scrub reporters who had yet to see their first storles ln prmt frollcked at the Press Club party Sep tember 8 There was a splendid program featurlnv a dlalogue by Ellzabeth Ovsey and Edward Crlmm some ukelele varlatlons by ROS3llC Ffoulkes one of Tabatha Goodman s ever popular readlngs a Cornet solo by Alex C-ms burg and a funny pantomime stunt by Isabella Chalken The evenmg was taken up for the most part wlth dancmv whlle one of the most pl asant sur prlses was the dainty refreshments ALUMNI DANCE Should auld acqualntance be forgot3 No' So say we all of us so say we all' It IS the Alumni who speak and to prove then' prmclples they met and danced and remembered each other on the evenlnv of Friday the hrst of November PARENTS RECEPTION IVI1ss Dowling presided at a receptlon to the parents of the efferson students held ln the cafeterla the evening of the last Friday ln November There were numbers from the music and dramatic orvanlzatlons lncludmg a dialogue by Edward Crlmm and Gordon Rosenbloom songs by the glee clubs a readlng by Tabatha Goodman and selections by the mllltary band After the program the Guests were mvlted upstalrs for refreshments SENIOR DITCH DAY I-Iow many people would have Ilked to vet a look at IVIr Fulton s calen dar that day IH November when lt read SCDIOTS out wlth MISS Kent I-Iow much expressed ln that one phrase' They met at efferson and IVIa1n streets climbed into the Waltlna auto truck and were off for a day at Oakwylde lu U11 llnrzfr I1 I - :, . v . rw 1 ' . L I ' . 0 U ca . 5 gv :s 0' D . I ' I , v D A .. . by v . . 4. . U . J A ' I , - s Q ' - v Q 9 y 1 v - . v - ' - ' ' ' - 2 - an -f '- .. . 1. .. H . , . - v v 5 v ' :v , L - y , - 1 . D . - - :Q - ' - - -4 . . . ,. - I - , c . I . . -, "-.,.-. 111 1 I 1. 1.4 -Lv' GLEE CLUB PARTY The Boys Clee Club proved themselves the most amiable of hosts when they entertalned the Girls Glee Llub at a novel musical party They pro vxded a program that was full of thrxlls good dance muslc and excellent part ners ROSATIC Ffoulkes started the slnglng with a solo and then every one yolned m and helped make the nlght merry wxth ensemble sm In HALLOWE EN IVIASQUE l-lallowe en with spoolts and black cats wws the occ xsxon for 1 grand masquerade on the part of the lrls of the Iqrlendshlp Llub The Brack Shops was tue cene of the merrvmaltm ax d all the celebrated rltes were observed LE LERLLE FRANCAIS The French Qlub made xts soclal debut early m December at a get acqualnted party whxch practlcally every member attended and whlch no one can forget so Ore xt was lts success A charming program all of whlch was presented ln French preceded a series of dellghtful Games after whlch last but not least came the dellclous refreshments VVHO S XX HO PARTY Qn December li the WISC Who s Who entertained themselves rt x party party Every stunt held a dellvhtful surprise the d xnclnv was lxvely and the refreshments really refreshlnv SELF GOVERNMENT PILNIC A short time before Christmas the Gxrls Self Government and the Boy Self Government declded that they couldnt stand the strain any lon er so wlth MISS lrvlne and Mr Foote as faculty companles they took autornobxles for the great outdoors and acted luke any other group of OHTCIHTS out for a hollday S AND XV Zl PARTY One of the most enjoyable soclal events of each semester IS the Senlor B party ln honor of the Semor A s and ATLIIHDI The affalr thls tlme W s one of the most splendld ln the hlstory of the school lt was given at the Frlday lVlorn1n0 club house Frlclay evenmg December 3 The hall was beautlfully decorated ln orange pennants and greenery There were manv popular num bers on the program The slngln of the orwmal Boys uart t and the play A Plnch Too Much which was there presented for the first txme were the best recelved Owing to the excellent Hoor and lnvltlng music dancmg was the most enjoyed recreatlon of the evenmg 1111 ,ffl nl r III Q ' . Y - . .' . . A 5 ' , , . . . 1 . 4 . 5 K . U. 0 r 'D 'Z' Y ' ' ' ' , 2. 'ef ' a g ,, . . , . l s , V . ' g, ' 1 . ' 1 . U - Y C 7 Y C Q , ,, 1 ' . . ts. 1 T3 7 R Y fs 1-, v . - C . ' , ' '. ' ' ' 1 2 . There's nothing unusual in that? Well, there was something novel about the ' 5 v 2 n S v 1 , ,,. . . . , 1 CA S. - . , L . . Q v v u E ' , AA . T ' . l . . , .. Y K . . . H 3 V ,I ' ' , - ' g . Lf ' Q - 'S - v 2 Y -' . g , . s, ' jr f llz J wx! 'IVA 'Irrn FOOTB ALL FEED What royal gobbler lost hrs head3 What spud dld Iose an eye3 What grapevlne f 'xve nts tender frult To fill the reat mmce pxe3 Oh' that football dmner that the faculty men Gave the players beggars description Only the football fellows can ever tell the whole of th xt story GIRLS LLAGUE PARTIES That the glrls of efferson are one of the most soclable groups to be tound anywhere would seem to be proved by the fact that they gave three partles durlng the fall term At the first two the sponsors were the hostesses entertalnlng thelr sponsorettes wlth a program of songs by Hazel Sterner and Wllda Penrose recltatlons by Tabatha Goodman and Dorothy Croenke and a dance by Dorothy C-llbert MISS Stone was there and led the lrls ID ensemble smglng unt1I refreshments were served They danced the remainder of the afternoon The thlrd party was a stunt entertalnment ln which all the class rooms had a part There were pantomlme skits and costume stunts ID plentv but the hut of the afternoon was the one word play UIVCTI by IVI1ss Qarev md MISS IVIason, 'SENIOR A LLNQI-IEON Shortly after the Senlor B affalr the cafetern was decorated xn blue and Gold and the Senior A s came chaxn stepplng ln There was more yelling and more toasts and speeches then they all serpentmed out to the bleachers SENIOR B LUNCHEON Wasn t that a grand and glorlous day when the Senlor B s put on their new orange and black hats wlth the shmmg whlte S ZI s and piraded to some people made speeches but no one objected the class was havlng too ood a tlme THE AD LLUB PARTY At least one efferson aggregatxon saw the new year m with approprlat ceremonles The salesmanshlp and advertlsmg classes met ln the SCICDCC bulldlng and danced the year away Every one ate lce cream and had a snappy time That Ad Club IS a Ixve orgamzatlon anyway ALUMNI BANQUET The Iast Alumnl banquet was glven on the evemng of anuary twenty first ln the Cafeteria The menu was m the hands of the Home Economlcs department with IVIrs IVIaUoon dxrectmg whlle the entertalnment and the tables were managed by the Alumnl officers IVI1ss Blgelow dlrectlng Boys from the student body served ln thelr usual CHTCICHI way Plates were land for nmety Hve persons lncludmg members of the Alllfnnl faculty and the class of W 21 IVIr and IVIrs Mark acobs of Monte bello were guests of honor IVI1ss Frances Bouchler of Qummer I9 actlng as toastmlstress mtro duced the peakers of the evemng IVIr Fulton responded to a toast on the Inq If limi! p k . gc . . O . . D . 1 . 5, 5 ' . . . 2 . . Q V g. . . I 1 5 N ,Y K . L IA T A . . y .L . C 5 , - - K . I 1 5 lunch to the crashing harmony of Jefferson's band? Everybody yelled, and 1 , ' 9 ' 51 l ,, . J . V . . .' S - . Y U . V . x A . . 1 , s ' . . ' Q .ff II 'I . 'fJl'uz11'lm'11 present status and near prospects of efferson Lester Green and lrvmg Ham llton both of S 20 gave an orlglnal dlssertatlon ln verse on the difficulties besettlng man The last spe xker was Mr acobs who gave something of efferson s past an appreclatlon of her present and hopes for her future The evenlng closed wlth dancing ID the new gymnasrum This occasion rs one of the happiest events of the year as old and new members of the Alumni meet and a bond of umty IS established one thought prevalllng C-ood Oldj H S PHILOIVIATHIAN DAY The Phxlomathlan SOClCty had the honor of grvmg the first party rn the new gymnasrum The Alumnl as guests were entertalned by a short program a recltatlon by Tabatha Goodman a vocal solo by Bernardme Olsen and flute duet by the Wheatley brothers As soon as the formal entertalnment was oncluded the jazz began and everv one started to break rn the new floor No harm was really done R O T C DANQES The jefferson R O T Q umt attempted lts flrst mllltary hop at Ocean Park February 4 It was very mllltary and very successful The flrst dance belng so well recexved the boys declded to try another this tlme m the school gymnaslum on March ll They thou ht hard to make lt something dxf ferent and certamly scored a victory The refreshments were served from '1 canteen tent flags were used for decorations and muslcal mllltary members furmshed the jazz VAL LNTINE PARTY C.-lrls wore hearts on thelr sleeves but were they thexr own3 at the Valentlne party grven by the Gnrls League There was a good orchestra entertalnlng program ln whlch only femlnme talent was displayed This occurred February I4 NEW STUDENTS PARTY efferson IS not yet so old that nothmg can be planned which has not been done before The Senlor A s showed their orlgmallty by gxvlng a wel come party to all the new students February I6 The premiere of Clal ohn son s play Small Talk was the feature of the occasxon IH matter of enter talnment while dancmg occupled most of the tlme SENIOR B GIRLS PARTY One of the most dellghtful partles of the year was gn en by MISS Hermans to the Senior B grrls February Z3 Pretty decoratlons orlgmal Games clanclng and refreshments contrlbuted to the enjoyment of the guests Whllt 1 SUTPTISC of charming favors brought a final delight PARENTS NIC-HT March 4 lnaugur xted a new fashion at efferson 1 really socnble home folks party for the parents of the graduatmv class There were two plays presented with musrc IH between Every one danced the Vrrgmxa Reel and the jazz orchestra kept the evemng lively The balloon decoratlons were unique and the refreshments were serx ed by the most damtlly costumed maldens 1111 . ' 2 . ,I , ' T 1 ' A , . , , ' , , ' - 1 . D I ' " 5 I 5 ' i' ' - , a 1- .f f ' , M 1 v ,, , , ' .1 1 1 Y . I ' too, made up entirely of girls, who furnished music for the dancing, and an l . , K . .b. . . . 5 1 . . - - v 'nn Q v U 1 ' . . . V . . L :s ' . k v - v E 5 -w . S u . y T C n. - 5 3 0:3 ' ' K 2 , ' J - 1 ' I C , . Y . ' f 1' Um' llu11.irf.I I-'iffrfu SLNIOR B PARTY March I8 every one wondered why the gymnasium was hun wlth blue and gray pennants and then the truth Iealted out The Semor B grrls Wert Olvmv a party to the Senlor B boys The X 1rg1n1a reel was a ann pop lar on thls occaslon and the boys say they had a pretty good tlme BEACH PARTY March Zl durmv Easter vacation Mlss Errett gave a be xch partv m honor of the Senlor A s There was SWIITIHIIYIO' a beach supper by the fir and dancmv ln the pavlllon reserved for effersonltes It was one of the most successful partles of the year SENIOR A SPGNSORETTE PARTY On March 78 the Semor A UITTS gave thelr sponsorettes a dellofhtful Ixttle party An lI1tClSStlI1 program was presented by Loretta Rund en Belle De Wltt Dorothy C-llbert and Mary Etta Wise The crownln feature of the afternoon was danclng The party was an lmmense success and was the hrst of a serles to be ALUMNI DANCE. An the evemnv of Aprll ID the Alumm Assoclatlon gave a party and dance ln the new ymnaslum whlch affalr was most pleasant and was voted a succes by those ln attendance The Death of Cleopatra was the one stave feature of the evemnf' james Hubbell and Tom Harrlson taklnff the Ieadmv parts Punch was served by Alumnl Olrls assisted by some Al 0 students The Faculty members asslstlng were former Semor A Cllss AdVlSCYS Miss Hasson Miss Kent and IVI1ss Blgelow wlth Mr Hague and Mr Green wood The advlsers and members of the Senlor A Class were fuests of the evening I-II Y PARTY The Boys H1 Y gave a dance ln the new Gymnasium at which members of the GIFTS Friendship Club were guests of honor There were about one hundred and twenty flve present all of whom will testlfy that they spent a delightful CVCDIDQ FRIFNDSHIP CLUB PARTY The Girls Frlendshlp Club entertamed the Boys H Y at a I1veIy party given ln the Brack Shops The boys furmshed the program which was given at lntervals between dances A delicious supper was served as the paramount attractlon of the afternoon lam Um lluuln 181111111 , g ' , ' ' . 5 , 2 ,O .., 6 . ' k g tl L 7 1 x ' y . 5 . V . E i cv Y . ' - . .,. c. 5 I - A' "' F5 . 3 4 . A . U V S . g , ,, . , . I . , - 2 given for the sponsorettes before the closing of school. 5 , c k ' ' . U . . . 1 fi V P :1 7 ' A ev E I ' rs v ' e ' . V 1 ! ' A ' - . . . Y "7 - k D I - Y . , , , 4. 'If ,, W . . . . THL ATHLILTIQ DANCE The xthletlc boys U xve a dance on the evenmg of May 6 for the purpose of ralsmf a fund wlth which to care for boys lnjured whlle partlclpatmg ID sports A splendld prof ram was planned whlch was entertaining to on lookers and dancers alllxe Tabatha Goodman with her usual clever mter pretatlons 5, ive 1 readmf entxtled A Curl Following that were two vlolln numbers Nlammy and Bright Eyes by Sam Goodman The rest of the evenmg was filled to overflowing wlth dancing and muslc and gay chats wxth old friends There was 1 conslderable crowd and the boys reallzed a sum xmountlnff to more than seventy dollars SENIOR B PARTY Qny and gorgeous was the party Gwen Aprll Z9 by the Senior B class when they entertalned the Senlor A s Alumm and Faculty A novel program was gxven at lntervals between dances consisting of 1 saxophone solo by Lroup of MISS Kelso s gurls x one act pl xy by an xll star Senior B L 1st and x number of songs by the Senlor B qu trtet The success of the party was due to MISS Hermans Senlor B teacher whose untlrmg efforts made It one of the brlvht spots of thus term s soclal season ALUMNI B ANQIJET The Alumni banquet welcomlng the graduates of Summer ZI to mem bershlp rn the Alumnl ASSOCIAIIOH wlll be held on the evenlng of u e II ln the crfeterxa under the dlrectlon of the Home LCOHOIHICS department and the Alumm officers and commlttees About one hundred hfty plates wlll be land to provlde for our large Alumnl Assoclatlon now numberlng nearly three hundred and the class of Summer 21 which has one hundred members After dmner talks md muslcel numbers wlll be gxven besndes the usual social hour after the banquet Accordmg to custom ofhcers for the commg school year will be elected at thls meetmg I11111 011111 llnn In I M lllfffll a " ,Q ' ' ' S , . ' 1 4 ' I y ' ' - K -. ' N12 2 I . rl . . 5 , . , x, 1. 'V -I . y" n . K 'K . 5 , . K y . 5 I ' i L . . g I E A . U ' . V 2 ' ,, . . 'K x D , , 5' . f ' ' . Allen Young, a beautiful little dance, "The Awakening of Spring," by a g ' ' gf' t, 2 -' , 2 2 2 - ' ' 'z , 2 5 l ' 2 . , ' D ' , 1 , . . D ' . .D K . . .I . , . K 5 I . 1 K . . . . V . . h J n ' E w . . . 1 . . 3 P I ' .. 1 K u , . M . . g. l ' ' 4 "4 .l"Z" CALENDAR THE DIARY OF HEcTOR CODEY SENIOR August 31 bchool started thIs mornlng There wasnt much domg around the campus though There was a bunch of new glrls who just started thls term l hope we have a lot of partIes September I l just notlced that our new aud Isnt fInIshed yet I wonder If they ll have lt done In tIme for our graduatlon In une September 2 I was late thls mornm for the first tIme thIs year l gave Mxss Grey some old excuse and got away wlth It Pretty soft September 3 Late agam' I gave the same excuse Not so soft' September I 7 The Self Government started work In earnest thls morn Ing I dltched from my thlrd perIod class to see If they really were on the yob They were September 20 Unlform dresses are In style among the Irls at efferson fhey are all wearlng mlddles September 21 Umform dresses are out of style ust llke those fflrl October 7 The R O T C department Issued mllltary SUltS for the fellows today My suIt doesn t fIt qulte as mfty IS Nlck KIYYVTH s but there IS no cause for complamt At least they ave out shoes that a fellow can wear wxth a degree of comfort whxch can t be saId for those super dread naughts they handed out last year' The Press Club had a party thls evemng It s about twelve o cloc now Say those journallsts can certalnly swIng a malevolent heel Bu they have nothmg on the journallxes or whatever you call the female of the October 8 Gosh l want to Wflte a lot tonwht because I just bou hr a new fountaln pen and I want to work It In Oh yes' I just remlnded my self that there was a football game today between erfferson and Los Angeles Hxgh on our grounds The game was close but we lost 6 to 0 S Ill f we Improve a Ilttle maybe there WIII be someone else that Wlll occupy the cellar this year As Shakespeare saId lt IS to be slncerely hoped for October I0 The school was shocked today when they saw some of the Senlor B s come out to lunch Wlth theIr heads covered wIth what they thought was a monkey s hat or a bell boy s headplece lt was only the 9 ZI class hats October I I Great news Item' The Mllltary Band played a new PICCC thls mormng October I4 Manual Arts had a football game wlth Jefferson today' I haven t the heart to record the score or the mathematical abIIIty October I5 I feel peevlsh today Everythmg IS back to hundrum affalrs agaln Some one once saId There IS romance In everythmg like to know what klnd of romance there IS In eatlng hash dav after day' That Isnt romance lt s monotony My Idea of romance IS fmcllng out that two and two IS five Oct 22 Double Extra' Iefferson made ltS fIrst touchdown for the flrst tlme In ltS grldxronlcal career It happened out at Washlngton Park agamst Poly Luck was avamst us In the end as usual and we bowed to a 20 to I 3 defeat Tough luck I call It lam Um IIIUI lr: flmllln ll . , 1 V N . . . . 1 . . g, . . ' Q, , 5 ' . . . k 1 f 1 I 1 - - ' A ' 5 Sl' I x ' - ' I I " - ff S- . . . g xr 1 1 I 9 I k . I I ' . . f species-when it comes to treading the waxen floor. m. . . . 77 ' . - 5 . 1-, I , . . , . ' ' A . , , . t' , i 5 x . ' 1 . . I L. 0 tr 1 1 1 . . ' . U . , .. . . . 5-,. I.d . . : . , D . . . D ' f" . . U V . , . ' ' ' I ' 'I 1" ' ' October 25 Weather IS qulte ordlnary October 28 efferson Hlgh IS certalnly stlrred p We havent won any vlctorles thls year but we are certalnly plannlng to cop one from Pasa dena tomorrow October Z9 There was supposed to be a game today There was a sort of substltute about an hour and a half of murder and jefferson wasn t dolng the hanvman stunt eltherl To be brlef Pasadena chewed up effer son ln regular Wrlgley fashlon to the brand of 31 to 0 Funeral SCYYICCQ were held afterwards efferson had a soclal Oatherlnv thls evenlng whlch they called Parents Wight The punch was good November I School was qulte empty thls mo nln qemors h cl thelr annual revenge on the teachers the tlme worn celebratlon DltCh Day November I I Whew' We R O T C fellows just got through cavort lng up and down Broadway ln the large Armlstlce Day parade Everybody cheered when l marched by l wonder lf they knew l was just made corporal The plgSklH dodgers from eff Journeyed to Rlverslde and succumbed to a 27 7 loss at the hands of the husky RCdSklnS from that clty Speakln of football thele was a lootball game presumably spealxln last Frlday and as usual efferson lost Thls tlme the Hollywood hllskles were the conquerlng heroes to the glad muslc of I9 0 lm afrald that f ferson won t wln the pennant after all one seemed satlsfled wlth the cafeterla meal today Thls lb merely a round about way of telllng that we Senlor B s gave a luncheon ln the rafeterla November I7 l saw a performance of that Purltan Play Purple and Flne Llnen today The I-tlss at the end was certalnly an approprlate endlnc' for a perfectly great play December 3 It s December 4 now l Jl st ot home from the SCDIOI A and B party at the Frlday Mornlng Club house Some dance oh boy' December 9 A I I students submltted to four hours of torture annual A I I Engllsh examlnatlon lt lS rumored that they were no sooner out of the room than they remarked Say aln t that the llm1t3 Showlnv how much an examlnatlon beneflts speech December I0 There was a hot tlme on the old campus today the annual Phllomathlan Cala Day The football game was called on account of darkness the team wlth the plnlc stocklngs ahead 143 to l4ZD December I3 Student government fellows had a PICDIC thls molnlng They lost thelr dlgnlty long enough to prove that even law enforcers can be human Danclng and hlklng were some of the features of the dolngs December I4 The R O T C fellows got flrst place ln a mllltary lnspectlon that lncluded forty unlts ln elght states Sergeant WlndSOY IS busy sewlng the buttons back on hls coat December I7 At last some one succeeded ln gettlng her plcture ln th effersonlan Sophla Forsyth was chosen as the Epheblan member of the W ZI class To paraphrase Shakespeare She IS the stuff real Amerlcans are made of Penny DTIVC Just ended today Everybody came across and jeffer son came through wlth a few thousand pennles lam Un II min f Nun! . y - 1 1' 4 ' h - L , as 1 y . . 5 - . , - J - ' 53 5 3 . V. g . J I .I D . 5 . . D, . I ,. , l 5 . K , v 1 1 . .K Y . k . x Q . - of ' ' i ' " U 5 V . ' h' T' V . X - . ' Je - November I2-Well, it was one grand feed, and strange to say every- ! ' , :LV - ' . ' l g ' ' . .. . D I f , - 2- . K . . . . . ' D . . N v u lt " . 3 . . n 1 F . I, I A -A A " , 1.1-,I No more school tlll next year' anuary I4 Frrst set of basketball games was played today efzferson has a pretty nlfty set of tossers but Pasadena beat both teams Better luck ln the future' anuary I7 The lxvely electron campalgn marked by the formation of the Co operatlve Political Party ended abruptly ln the Cl6Ctl0l1 of Robert Wheatley as presldent and a couple of dozen others anuary I8 There was a lot of fuss and racket heard ln the halls at noon today l found out later lt was those hl hbrow Senlor A s holdmff thelr annual luncheon I don t wlsh them any hard luck but l hope they broken a couple of dozen dlshes anuary I9 The graduatlng class showed therr future occupations ID a class prophecy acted out ln the Llass Day exerclses anuary 20 Flrst commencement exercises held ln the new audxtorxum BCSldCS the creakrng of the floor of the new bulldln the feature of the event was the speech made by Dr Patton one of the few mterestln speeches ex er made at graduating exercises anuary 21 The report cards came out today and hrd a depresslng effect on the basketball heavywelghts who lost thelr game qtrange to say the Ilghtwelghts won Poly opposed us Another banquet came off tonlvht ln the form of an Alumnl Feast My how those Alumm have grown' anuary 28 Well now lm a full fledged Senlor A l bou ht a new sizes too small Basketball game today The llghtwelvhts won they usually do gee the sports sectlon for the results of the heavyweight annlhllatlon Manual Arts was the other team ln the case February 2 l always brmg my lunch to chool There s nothln strange ln that but now that they have two lunch perlods l have to put up my lunch ln two sectlons February 4 We Journalists took a day off and went to the Press Con wentlon at Pasadena Hxgh There was everythlng IH the way of soclal recre atlon except a good dance And anyway l wouldn t have danced because l spramed my ankle last nlght Yesterday there was a party for the Alumnx vlven by the Phllomathxans They say lt was pretty good Hoy hop hop The R Q T C fellows gave a hop out at Ocean Park tonight When they got home lt was tomorrow mornlnv L A Hlgh swamped us proper rn the basketball game today See the sport section lrvmg Kramer just back from a bchool Presidents Convention held at Santa Ana He relates that the weather IS fine down there February 8 The new council held nts first meeting yesterday l spent the first five minutes of the perlod at the meeting and the rest of the perlod huntmg up the other five hundred meetlngs where l was supposed to be present The Self Government IS hard at work They ve got me a few tlmes already Phllomathrans elected ofhcers At hrst I thought that Phxlomathlan I Jar Un, llufzln f F 11115 . . , ! 1 s.-n V ' v , . ' . F .g . . . 3 s N 'y - c . , ' ' g ' l - 2 ' - ' ,, o ' ' - :a ' .D , D ' ., ,. ' c ,, . l - , - F, - 3 I hat last week, and I can't understand what's wrong-it is already several 5 . . in .D 'l - ' . L , ' 5 ' ' . c i . :1 S ' ' . g . . 7 . . . . . - T I l . , 1 'T . . . . ' . D. . . . . . . K - v . . 'Q ' L "1 ' xc' ' meant some kmd of rellglous sect l found out that lt IS our Senior organl zatlon February 9 We Senlors lowered our prlde to the degree of entertamlng the scrubs today It was qulte an lrksome task for me as the lower grade men dldnt seem to know thexr posltlon One scrub actually went up to a Senior glrl and asked her for a dance' February l l Nothing much happened today Llghtwelghts won and heavles kaflooled to Hollywood l'ebruary I2 Lmcoln s blrthday 'and we dldn t get out of schoo Such IS lxfe February 15 l must say that we officers and the rest of R O T C, are mvlnclble We won another mspectxon today We mxy not have a pennant wmnlng team but O U R O T C l February I6 The Semor glrls had a Valentme party The only thmg wrong with lt IS that lt IS two days late but better late than never l didn t get any valentlne at all but l m stlll patiently waltmg N1Ck IXITWHD was eleced Senxor B presldent Oh well he wouldn t have stood much chance lf I was m that class' February I8 Basketball season closed today wlth the llghtles wmnlng and the heavles kotowmg to Llncoln Another pennant untouched by efferson February 22 Washlngton never told a he ln hrs llfe l told one this mornlng ln order to get out of servmg detentlon l got away wlth lt and lm sort of skeptlcal about the wlsdom of Washlngton now At anv rate there was a pretty good assembly held IU honor of George We had to report to our seventh perlod class afterward February 30 Who s Who elected officers They are what mlght be termed the Who s Who of the Who s Who March 3 Professor Clark read a play Drxnkwaters Abrahan' lm coln today as the first number of the Artists course It was the best plece of work l have heard ln many a day March 5 The R 0 T C were sellmg lrlsh confetti today for the dls abled veterans The school bought about 3,150 worth of brlcks You could almost bulld an audxtorlum wlth that amount of brlcks Yesterday the Semors gave a Parents reception ln the audxtorxum l was surprlsmg to see the amount of modern steppers among the collection Every one enjoyed lt lmmensely as Shakespeare sald March l l The effersonxan put on a free show today and brought out Monte Blue the famous movle star as the speaker of the day l wonder why It IS that the First questlon a glrl asks IS ls he marr1ed5 Besldes Monte they had some classy numbers ln partlcular Tom Harrison and lmmle Hub bell s masterplece The Death of Mark Tonv and Madame Cleo Tonight another mllltary hop This tlme ln the gymnasium March I8 Senlor B party took place touay It couldnt have been very good l wasn t there March 21 No school thls week and that beach frollc The hot dogs were all right the dance and thmgs were all rlght but lt was the bathing that made a hlt Wlth me April l Some folks thlnk they re funny pullmg some of those stale 11114 Um llllflill f 1 My 1 1' s -Q . . . . . I . ,. . . F I . February 25-A-l I Washington party held tonight. Nothing else doing. ' . .5 , . 5 . . . . . 4 t -1 .I D b - . ' I I' E x " P A ' ' . 'u "-tn' I-'-1 II Jokes on me' lt wasn t the pepper ln the candy so much as the prmclple of the thlng' B I I party took place tonight It was attended by a lot of Aprll fools Baseball season opened efferson started her losing, streak by sufferm a defeat at the hands of Poly Aprrl J Tennis team beat Poly lt seems to be the only team that can wm anythmg around here Aprxl 8 Well they dedicated the new gym and promlsed us 1 new audltorlum It won t do me any good because I ll raduate before It s lllllll There s an art exhlblt today at the Unlverslty of Qallforma qouthern Branch l haven t got the prlce for carfare or l mlght honor the exhlb t wlth my presence Mlraclesll efferson skinned Manual allve rn the baseball mlxup today I saw lt all from the WlndOW of the auclltorxum yelllng ln harmony wlth the cast of As You Luke It who were rehearsing there at the tlme April I4 As You Llke lt today and tomorrow nlght l llked 1t April I9 Blolovy show today All qulet along the Potomac Base ball game today We lost April 20 A Punch Too IVluch was lven at a pay aud call today l was full of salt Aprll 21 Who s Who showed what was what at lssembly today Qome of em didn t look any smarter than me l bet l could have ot xn the Aprll 22 The Shakespearean Festival at Normal H111 Center today dont understand what lt was all about They had dlfterent acts from dxf ferent plays from Shakespeare and jefferson showed up wlth the wrcstlm match from As You Llke It The Gold Quill our new llterary publlcatxon made lts hrst appearance at jefferson yesterday and at the show today It acted as program Nprll 22 eff ball tossers blued L A I-lwh today Aprll 26 Psychologlcal test was glven thls mornmg for the Seniors l wasn t the ones who took the test who were feeblemmded It was the ones who made lt up Almost everyone took the afternoon off About three quarters of the school found out they weren t vacclnated April 21 ames Foley recltecl t efferson today l-le was the first poet who dldn t put me to sleep Aprll Z8 School Presidents of the clty banquet ln the model Hat today Vilho s Who put up a good program ln the afternoon You wouldnt have thunk lt of them April 29 There was joy for all at the Senior party tonight There was joy for all at the game today Hollywood was overwhelmed at the score May 6 Athletic dance came off tonight If we have a half dozen more maybe I ll learn how to dance yet May I0 Lincoln beat us ln the last league baseball game May I2 Cherry Blossom operetta was glven tonlght Words cannot ex press It see the wrlteup May I7 Band competition was glven at Lincoln Park today It was SOME collection of nolse 11114 Um llnnlr ll 1 5 1 - . 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Cx NARRISUI1-gb 121,111 II 1 II 1,1 HERE AND THERE THE LIBRARY l have sought rest Everywhere And found it not have ln llttlc nooks And little books Thomas A Kempis A large room with beautiful statuary and wonderful books is the aspira tion of Miss Marsh From time to time she has used the money collected from fines to buy pieces of art in order that the students of efterson may learn to know and appreciate real culture One of the list purrhases is Abbey s picture representing Sir Galahad at the court of King Arthur This picture is 1 copy of a series which are painted on the walls of the Boston Public Library A cast of the Winged Victory portraits of Lincoln and Thomas efferson a statue of oan of Arc by Chapu and a bronze head of Dante are among the pieces of art which haxe been purchased Nearly six hundred bool-ts have been received durin the past term both for recreation and instruction lrene Harper under the supervision of Miss Marsh has been in charge of the day keep the faculty and student body well lnformed That the stu dents enjoy the bulletin board can be seen by the lnterested crowds which ather there between periods THE CANDY COUNTER One of the most popular places and one of the most valuable assets to the school is the Candy Counter That Jefferson has a sweet tooth can readily be seen by the crowds of students who flock to the Candy Counter during the noon periods The counter is under the able management of Nlorrls Cohn with Mr Everett as faculty adviser They try to please all of the people all of the time THE LOST AND FOUND A woman was heard to remark after she had lost or thought that she had lost her pocketbook l often misplace but l seldom lose This seems to be the case at Jefferson Judging by the collection in the Lost and Found Office books pens pencils purses beads ties pins powder Oh yes boys do lose things too for some poor unfortunate lost his suit These and countless other articles are misplaced but all eventually find their way to the Lost and Found where they are carefully checked for identification by Mr Everett or his assistant and sooner or later returned to their owners lam Um llzmlrf f I F7Ifj f 111 - J . f J 1 , s V , V A l i T ' i i g of the Library Bulletin Board. Subjects of school interest and happenings 2 ' . ' ' ' l 'l "Q: '-in ' AN EXAMPLE OF SCHOOL SPIRIT Perhaps you know that there IS an egg Iaymg contest at efferson but dnd you ever thmk who takes care of the chlckens and eggs during vacat1on3 This work IS 1n charge of Percy Hawkes and ohn G1II1nger These boys have glven up Christmas New Years and every other holiday slnce November I I920 They must also v1s1t the nests every day durlng the summer vaca txon as careful account must be kept of each hen and the number of eggs she I'1ys These hens have been sent from aII over Southern Qahfornla The contest IS under the supervlslon of IVIr Foote AFTERNOON CLASSES This year as Iast afternoon classes have been offered to the women of the nelghborhood These classes have met wlth success and have won the approval of the women of the commumty In the nursing class twelve women hive enrolled and they are prepar mg to take the Red Qro s examlnatlon for certlhcates The Women are very enthuslastxc about their work and say that the course IS f1II1ng a Iong feIt need The taking of temperature symptoms of dlsease care of a patient and many other Ixke subjects are mcluded ln the course This work IS ln charge of IVIrs BIundeII who IS Greatly pleased Wlth the enthuslasm shown by the women MISS Qourtrxght s afternoon cIas es 1n sewmv and mlIImery are aIso very popular The women sew on whatever they are lnterested ln Summer dresses chlldren s clothes and Iamp hade covers have been made CHARITY It IS more blessed to UIVC than to recelve efferson has aIways taken an actlve part ln charlty work by SZ,lVll'lg food and clothmg to the poor and needy of the nelvhborhood of the school This year the call was Greater than ever Fxrst there was the Penny Drive Thls drlve was for a scholarshlp fund for grammar school students who need asslstance to contlnue their education ln hlgh school New Iaurels were added to efferson when the record was won of glvmg the most penmes of any hlgh school ln the clty Forty SIX dollars and forty seven cents were turned ln As one student was heard to say It takes a I1ttIe thmg Ilke the Penny DTIVC to show real jefferson Splflt Then came the SHCYIFICC DYIVC as at was caIIed when the students were asked to glve the money they usuaIIy spent for candy and the Chrlst mas drlves These drives were to brlng cheer to the thrrty seven poor famllles of the nelghborhood who wouId not have had Chrlstmas otherwlse Over three hundred dollars ln cash was the result of the Sacrlhce Drxve The school also donated potatoes beans apples canned goods frults and candles to HII the Chrlstmas baskets The wood shop made toy an1maIs and the art cIasses painted them. These were for the I1ttIe folks and heIped to make their Chrlstmas brlghter The Clrls Frnendshlp Club wnshmg to do thenr part made green stocklngs and f'IIIed them wlth nuts and candy VV1th each stocking a Chrlstmas Card was sent bearlng Chrlstmas Greetlngs 111111 lh11'I111r1In1T-111113 fu - J , y v ' . ' K u 1 y I . L 1 F S ' . f b -D v , v - - . , 5 - ' . . N . V . . . . Q t t '- a . . , , Q , .. . .. . . . H D . 5 . .D . . .I . . . - - . .. .- .. . . .. . -, - - v ' ' 1 v v , - - v , . 1 , .. .'.1 1 A 's A'l SILNIOR A RLLEPTION QOMMITTEIL Wlth Ask the Yellow Caps as thelr slogan the Semor glrls and boys asslsted the faculty members ln enrolllnv the new students and helped them to become acquainted wlth efferson THE BUSIEST MAN ON THE FALULTY Busy hands hnd no mlschlef IQ an old saylng VVe do not belleve that Mr l'verett rs of the mlschlevous type however he cert nnly wxs busy last term with outslde actlvltxes He was manager of the Supply Store the Lost and Found Department Faculty Advlser of the Candy Counter and had charge of the dlstrlbutlon and supply of tlclxets for varlous entertain ments ball games etc As Business Advlser of the Montlcellan he had charge of the contracts clrculatlon and xdvertlslng When there was any school function he had to provide for ushers guards or attend xnts Besldes these HCtlVltlCS he had nlne full perlods a day and a class room Verily we say that lVlr Everett was a busy man THP STAGP LRTLW Oh the stage crew IS a good crew The best there rs ln town They pull the curtalns rlght and left And malxe the wheels go round They worl-. from early IH the morn Untll dark comes at night They decorate wlth pretty thxnvs And Hash the ll h s just rlvht Oh the stave crew 19 a ood crew The best there lS ln town We don t Lnow what we all should do If they were not around BUSlNhbQ WOMENS LUNLH One of the most practlcal subjects offered to gurls not talunf' the Hom Fconomlc course IS that of the Busxness Women s Lunch ln th1s class the Olrls are taught to prepare and serve meals for x lamlly of the average slze The menus consist of everythln from soup to nuts Four teachers are also served each day at the mnnlmum cost of Frfteen cents The gurls are charged ten cents a day whlch pays for their luncheon w very reasonable prlce for a home cooked meal THR OUTSIDF LUNCH ROOM The popularlty of the Outslde Lunch Room IS due to the fact thut the boys can eat and run ID true boy fashlon Everythmv whlch one can rab m one hand while he argues the theory of evolution wlth the other rs served there Hot dogs huns hot tamales fruit xce cream and cake help to make up the daxly menu lfnf lm llunl . . , , . 7. .. 1 , .. . . . 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"-,, , .'. ff 4 HJ I1.Illf1'Jl.X LAI L FI RIA bCI'VlI1f" from two hundred to two hundred and hfty people daily I9 the record of efferson s Lifeterra lhls department 19 under the supervlslon of MISS Mxry R Dickey and the food IQ served hy members of the cooking, classes Approxlmately hve sacks of potatoes thlrty to forty five Gallons of mlllx xnd fifteen to twenty hve pounds of butter are used weekly From four to twelve lxyer c xltes md one hundred and flfty short calxes xre made at a t1me The outslde lunch counter where froxn one hundred and fifty to two hundred hoys are accommod rted d uly I9 also under Miss Dlclxey s dlrectlun BIOLOGY LXHIBIT One of the Greatest achlevenuents of the buence Department of effer son was a mammoth b1oloGy exhlbxt whlch tools. place m April The exhlhlt mcluded VITIOUS specrmens of flowers both wlld md cultlv ated 1 rouped m famllles lhere were also m my speclmens of xmmal life xmong them an all1Gat0r xn Australlan coclg xtoo three parrots several snakes 'xnd a hne of bees Members of the vxnous h1oloGy classes made charts rllustr xtlng the dlfrferent stages of pl xnt and lnllildl llfe Thls dlsplay tended to cre ite and stlmulate 1 Greater mterest rn sclence besldes belnG both lnterestlnw and structlve A NELP SSARY DEPARTMENT There IS one Joh xt eflerson whlch has a lot of worlt connected wnth t but llttle appreclatlon what a terrllble s1Ght our Grounds would be lf lt were not for the gardeners and the Janltors From nmornlng to nlght they xre busy malxmc everythmf clean and presentable sprmltllnff the WTASQ md settlng out flowers so th it our surround1nGs m xv be more attractne They eurely should hive the appreclatlon of all of us I mf 1 1 1 II A . 2 . , 1 r L -Y ' .. 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X 7 I 'X X X ,I X1 ff L A. 111 Ill: 171 I I t. l . , ' J lffflffgf - A If MQ kr V -'?'7-'!1fTAwf" 4 iiffi- J Q4 XXX K ? 5 l FA, R L fggg QQ: Ffif " ' X ,i ' F- R " xi: Y-fxff , fx' 3'f'ij 4, J 5 X l , Xwevf 5' Q in if w,f,H 5 W 'I 4 VW ,Inf -fs, Q ' ,J ff gk lf ff' X I ,M mv X X I i1AETf1?f1 V M - Q X , C 'i :rbi X cf ,1 T131 K I il - - ,r 5 r Ur 1' .1 'nf l'i:wn!-1'-11 I mfr Our Ilumlrrd Thzrty 1 4 BOYS VOCATIONAL WORK The Vocational courses at efferson High School are organized under the Smith Hughes Law enacted in Qongress by which the government do nates thousands of dollars annually for the furthering of this work The purpose of the Vocational courses is to Give students who cannot remam in school four years a short training along special lines Upon completion of a course they are able to fill positions as efficient and tramed workmen To get a certlficate not less than two years work is required About sixteen boys have received certificates this year Of this number many have learned the importance of training and have stayed in school for further work AGRICULTURE ln the Vocational Agriculture course under the direction of Mr Merrick there are seventeen students enrolled The purpose of the course is to tram the students for practical farming thus making producers of the so1l The boys have done some very com mendable work this term by building a large barn a cow shed and an mcu bator cellar The boys also won the silver cup in the stock Judging contest at the Los Angeles Livestock Show at Exposition Park last October The boys of efferson scored highest in points over three other schools are conducting the work of the only Southern California Ofhcial Poultry Contest in which some one hundred and thirty fowls are in competition The poultry are brought by outside poultry raisers who are eager to obtain an ofhcial trap nest record of their fowls SHEET METAL ln the Sheet Metal course under the direction of Mr Reuter there is an enrollment of about sixty students Each class has an organization with shop foreman assistant foreman and secretary who keep up the training of each student in the line to which he IS best adapted Each student is graded on the time and quality of hls work The Sheet Metal classes have built a Chevrolet rac ng car body for Robert Wheatley Student Body President It rs a remarkable piece of work The classes have also made a cornlce besides repairing about twenty five xadlators twenty fenders and other parts of automobiles since last September FORGE ln the Forge course under the direction of Mr Freeman there are about eighty students enrolled The work of the year has been the making of bolts screws and tools for the other shops besides the hangers and basketball hooks for the girls gymnasium Outside work is undertaken besides the prescribed theory and practice work The boys are turning out some very fine work despite the fact that there is a shortage of equipment lxlllll Um llunfm f 1111115 rm Mention must be made of the fact that the Vocational Agriculture boys IVIALHINL SHOP In the Machine Shop course under IVIr Sultzbaugh there IS an enroll ment of about seventy boys worl-:mg four perrods a day Thls course IS a new one at Jefferson havmg been started ln anuary I'-920 'Ihe worlt for the first ten to twelve weeks of the term conslsts mamlv of exerclse worlt afterwards general work IS done by the students The classes hxve constructed two machines and a hydraulic press for the sclence department and haxe done much outslde work besldes PRINTING The Prmtmg course under the dlrectlon of IVIr Andrews has an enroll ment of about fifty four students Each class has a student foreman whose duty It IS to oversee the work of the other students The work conslsts mamly of commerclal prmtlng for the school and student body ln thls way the boys are given experlence ln dlfferent kmds of type setting They not only get acquainted wlth the work of the composltor or pressman but wlth all phases of Job and newspaper worlt The classes are publlshlng The GoId Qulll edlted by the Lrvllsh department ELECTRICITY In the Electrlclty course under the SUPCTVISIOH of Mr Thlstlewhrte lnstructlon IS offered 1n lgnltlon and battery work besndes home and stave Ilghtlng A two story frame structure has been erected ln the shop which IS used for bell wlrmg open and moulding work rxgld and Hexlble conduit The blectrlclty classes have just completed wlrlng a four room house near the school whlch was approved by the clty lnspector A charglnv plant has been Installed m the shop and It IS kept busy recharglnv batterles SeveraI students are mterested rn wlreless and are mtendlng to mstall a sendlng and recelvmg outht for the purpose of study AUTO SHOP In the Auto Shop under the dlrectron of IVIr I:.mme there are twenty one students enrolled The work conslsts mamly of valve grinding relmmv brakes over haullnv clutches motors dlfferentlals and scraplng bearings About twenty three cars ranglng from a IVIetz to an Oldsmobile Imght have been repaired besldes about seventy elght other Jobs The cars are mostly brought ln from the outside although some belong to students and teachers The Auto course rs one of the most popular because It rs the ambltlon of almost every one to own a motor car some day and by talclnv this course he can learn to do all necessary repalrlnv himself lml lm Hun In I lfllrfx -, g - D v ' v t .I v ' , A . , . 2 , . . , r , . . 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P1 f 4 4 'f-t.'1 GIRLS VOCATIONAL WORK HOME ECONOMICS The work for the vocatlonal gurls IS ln two dlstlnct departments Voca tlonal Home Economlcs and Business Vocational The reglstratlon llst shows that both sectlons have Increased ln number thls year The Vocatlonal Home Economlcs now has fifteen glrls enrolled the Business Vocatlonal twenty elght Clothlng food Engllsh art and penmanshlp are offered ID the Home Economlcs course ln the Business course shorthand En llsh typing and bookkeeplng The glrls of Mrs Nlagoon s mlllmery and clothlng class have progressed rapldly 1n hat and dress making Some of the glrls completed an order of twenty four aprons for Miss Dlckey MISSCS Helen Beavers and Maudle Lee Rohrer have hnxshed appllqued frult aprons whlch wlll be sold at the close of school Many aYtlStlC hats have been made The glrls work for them selves or their frlends or relatlves and some work has been done for the teachers The work ln cookmg IS under the direction of lVl1ss Dlckev and consists of the preparation of the noon lunch 1n the school cafeterla and serving at at the steam table The girls have proved themselves apt ln the art of cook lng A twenty cent lunch IS glVCD to each glrl doing service lnterestlng slde trlps were planned and taken the gurls vlsltlnv Bullock s Baby Department and Wall Paper Sectlon Hamburger s Model Bungalow the whole of Barker Bros store and the Holsum Bakmg Company with Mrs Hague the Household Mathematlcs teacher The gurls found these trlps both lnterestmg and educatxonal At all of the places vlslted those ln charge were only too wllhng to be of assistance to the gurls and to tell them of thmvs of speclal Importance The Vocational Enghsh class IS now under MISS Patterson s lnstructlon The course of study lncludes prmclpally spelllng grammar dnll and word use MISS Grant of the Art Department IS teachlnv the Cflrls costume de Slgflllig and home clecoratlon They are learnxnv how to dress properly elther the slender or the stout figure The glrls may not be buslness people but thelr scrlpt must be lmproved therefore a course ln penmanshlp rs requlreo Those who have flnlshed the Home Economlcs course are Rosa Chubb Maryorle Harrlson Helen Beavers Amella Venegas lxatherlne C-lltsch and 'Vlaudle Lee Rohrer BUSINESS VOCATIONAL Under lVl1ss Seeleys supervlslon the Oflrls of thls class learn to use the keyboard thoroughly The record when they have completed the course IS about thlrty to forty words per mlnute They can read and wrlte shorthand rapidly When these glrls hmsh the two year course they are ready to go into the buslness world able workers The followlng glrls have graduated from the Buslness Vocatlonal course Ada Boyd Hazel Casler Rose ampoles Kathrme Kelsey Claudine Peterson Katherine Scott Elsie Trost Pearl Qlark In flu Ilun 1 Illllf 1 y - v - 1 ' , y y , . . . 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HEARD ON THE WALNUT CIRCUIT They say that the early blrd catches the worm but who ln the Hart Schaffner and Marx wants a worm' That wasnt orlgmal folks but lt was almost as bad as some of thls orlgmal dope But speakmg aIon dlfferenl Imes some one told me recently that Emstems Theory of Relatlvlty does not contradlct Newton s Lxw of Gravity and does not even affect Darwln s Supposltlon of I-Ierecllty or the Descent of INIan Well who said It dld3 And then what s It all about ln the first place anyway3 THIS JOKE IS ORIGINAL IVIanny I heard th xt joke I told IVI1ss Grant up at one of those viude ville Clrcults Luc1IIe Well lt must have been a pretty short clrcult IVIanny Why3 LuclIIe Because IVIxss Grant was shocked Short clrcult shock See3 The reason I labelled rt an orlfflnal Joke IS because no one else wanted to claim crecI1t for such a poor pun FASHION NOTES Tortolse shell glasses harmomze xery becomln Iy with blond side Mass Robertson avers that the prevulm color for everythmv from soup to Ford roadsters w1II be a newsp per re rd pronounced red a the m bassador Blue sI1ps harmonize nlcely wlth yeIIow unsatxsfactory cards says IVIlss Irvme A new trade mark has been adopted by the Ford Motor Company declared IVIr Emme of the Auto Shop They w1II now have a yellow rattle pamted on the name plate IVIr Greenwood declares that Golf StlCkS make very convenlent frames for camping tents when nothmv else IS avallable FRIEND OF HIS IVIr Renshaw You must come over for dmner tonlvht IVIr Steans I m sorry but I m omg to see Othello IVIr Renshaw Th xt s aII rlght bring hlm aIon0 too Y Sand Robert Lee to W1II1am Hayes This IVIont1ceIIan s all the craze Sand WlII1am Hayes to Robert Lee It s pretty good I do agree Imp Un Ilunfn l lfmlj Fllllll is as -Hs I . . . . 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K ' . g . x I :tc :,: .. . . x Y 5 G P , , ,, 'T I. , I R r I I - b WOISE The pupll he was slttlnv ln his seat one day m une The weather xt was very hot Indeed The llttle pupll felt about as happy as a prune A prune that s been demolished at a Feed Hrs school days they were over For our unhappy Grover We named hlm Grover so the lme would rhyme We might have named hlm Freddy lrvlng ack or Teddy Rudolph Joe or any other nyme But anyway thlS little lad burst out ln bltter tears And wlth a volce l stlll recall today He flxed a Glance that clung unto the ruffled teacher s ears And ln accents sad he then dld say Lhorus It s golng to be qulte hard for me to Oo away from eff l don t know what lm zoms, to do wlthout lt I may not have the pleasant tlmes ln future years that l Once had at H7 But then l Greatly doubt lt You see the lad was very sarcastlc and he told the teacher that he ml ht not have as good a txme when he got out of school but he doubted rt It s pretty hard to explaln a story ln a poem because you have to make the lmes rhyme and that s such a nulsance don t you know' Nlyme poetry for name Miss Boss Publlclty agent for the Qecret Service Nllss Marsh Makmeg hot dovs at the clty dog pound Mr Greenwood Caddy for Presldent Hardln Mlss Robertson Qub reporter on the Examlner Mlss lrvlne Vamp and mvenue parts at the Hubbell and Harrxson Vlovle Lompany Mr Foote Experlmentlng on Oraftlng, frovs m throats Mass Grey Post raduate course at Yale 1n psycholovy and black maglc Mr Hague Travelxnv stenographer for Wm Bryan Mr Steans Translatmv Shakespeare and Edvar Allan Poe mto Spanish Mr Brooks Countlng Fords as they go past Watts Miss Weeks lnventlng a poison gas to be used on the Chemlstry stu dents next year Mr Merrick D6lIVPflUU mllk for Contented Cows laff lm mfr lln 1111 . . . . 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P-xt ll IC 1' day but PNC RAN I'Nt 1 Hollrm PLATT MUSIC CO t I 7' S Bmadmzx 111: Angelu A DRAMA CIN ONE DRAMJ Her halr was m wlld disorder Her face was flushed wlth dlsmay She was breathless and pantlng wlth excitement Evidently she had been thru some fearful struggle for her appearance was stamped wlth terrible dxsap pomtment She gnashed her teeth and crled ln a tone of agony Ah h cruel one' Ah h' that we ever should have met' How your grace and polish attracted me' l hnd at last to my dlscomfort that my understandmg IS too large for your small soul A soul of larger capaclty only can be mme We part forever' Farewell' She then gave one last superhuman effort and with a long drawn out cry accompanied by a series of spasmodlc con vulslons the young lady succeeded ln pulling of her shoe Please hand me The RCVICW of RCVICWS one saxd How the landlady s eyes drd Hash' For a fresh young boarder looked calmly up And solemly passed the hash' McCabe l made such a foollsh answer m Economics the other day that lVl1ss lrvme has not called on me smce Coland Say old man what was 1t3 Mr Brooks The three pupils ln the rear seat are the one who had therr problems right Voice Good teamwork' I 111 1 1111 r1 1 1,',pp1' 111 Y If 1, A --M1 Y 1: 1' 1, J -1. 8 'S , . . . ,Q 1 11 or as I Y, SAXO- l'l!l'l'El'l in fornl---l.:ll1'sr in slr l' 3" . . - I. 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Used by Students Who Know A G U Hn on HE EYES Q ut I wt ll I nt LOCK NGTCH !!iill! --QSHQ1 5 SWAN FOUNTAIN PENS CUNNINGHAM CURTISS Ixus Ioxut lcncns AND WELCH CO 723 725 SOUTH 250 252 OUTPI HILL STQECT Q DIN Q F-EE Muse Weeks flnlshmg a lecture on Oxygenj Althou h there could be no lrfe without oxy en lt has been Lnown to CXlSt for only about the last three hundred years Gordon Rosenbloom How drd people lnve before that3 POEIVI ON AIVIBITIONI Why sullt and snlvel o er your lot Why wealtly slgh and fret3 Cheer up' The more you haven t The more there IS to get ON THF R O TQ FIELD Column left' shouted Captaln Grrmm Hold lt' rejomed Lxeutenant Hilton the journalrstrc wonder VVe ve ot a lot of school news going ln yet' lu U11 flllflfl IIHI1 1 7. . rg - I " ' ' G . : .. . Y. in .. 'QSO' "IiI,L'I-1 Ii N lf?-'lilmt lvluc tiutul pau 'I' tllllf O ' A , . . . ODF T rule 's tlw strzun Trmn tlu- 'W -Q. 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