University High School - Schooner Yearbook (Norman, OK)

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May these pages be as a memory of those wonderful days which we spent together. Furthermore, it is our most 'earn- est desire that the University High School and every thing connected with it continue in greater pros- perity, in years to come. Page Four ' --Y I I ' ' 7' -4 ,fl f W 'Tj , . .mb "-' il' P' , IJ: V I '-'fi,. ' 'L 's 'z :,i I F -1 ,L .41 J.. 1 ."i -3' '- L-.-gp K :-1. 1, - Q, f.. -As. 1 ' - :,g Hi' -'-,Q N -1" 2 J-1: - R' -1 4' 1 171 mm. :'-' .' 'rr-.' M. 5 4'-,., "'l, - .' . wg, ,- .. Q.. . ' If V "' TL.: , 1 v 1 4' ve I ve P: ' lg 1- ' . gfe' ry'-elm 7' Qfijll R xg L-.f4'1ff1-! '..,,1'f',-'.f, 57 ' . ..-1. Q -1 . 1-' .A 4'1" ' " 1 wx vi 'If'-1 ' , , -,JA , , g- . , - L, M ., .i 4 K 'U 4 1 41. 1: 1 , . . ,N - ,sl . :,, .- . 11 1' -L .A : -- 3 U , I I, ,A ' if .ua - A 7 'I , t ..: z -. - - ' .-,vi 'UF Q- ' C+. W ' SW ' " Af 1 ' V Tl! Xu ..-, . 1 ,. ' ,. "'Z,". ',1.1 I', 11. 1.1 '-4' x, uv", "U- m ff 4 . r I ff' " fwlnhuq Xxx , I .UH W - 4,7515 ,.. it 4 .1-.7--. .. . 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Q-' 59 ' 3' "--" ir, +"7'Y'fi'f ' ix L. lf' lf '5!'Fi12f 'H ug N . ., r f'i'TI.f" 7"5A!f' N- Pie- 1"F'-13' 1-, Y- -37 7 H U5i5f',r5'5. 1 fl K '5"X:f' ' 1332 "E-f wf".v':p 1,15-ww ' vw F1 ff-' JL ' 1' ' -, L - .-f 'N , 41 -qw. ,nf ' 1 4' 1. . . , ., .. ' , 4 . " 'iif :H .2 4- .1 fi m 'J rr .Wg Z I The Schooner The Education Building lyl The Schooner lmprovements Nothing can stand still. Everything must go forward or deteriorate. VVe feel that Uni- versity High has gone forward. VVe can see a decided improvement in our teachers from month to month. Then there has come to us a richer and more varied curriculum. VVe have music, glee clubs, orchestras and various other curricu- lar activities that care well for our leisure. A decided improvement is shown in the quality of projects chosen and the thoroughness with which they are executed. Earnest effort has been made by Dr. Collings to bring about an improvement in all skillsg to this end we have penmanship, mathematics, language, and art work to develop backward pupils in these arts. History and civics have taken on a functioning attitude and we now apply these problems in life instead of thinking about them as before. VV e believe decided progress has been shown in all lines, and feel sure that greater progress will be shown from year to year as long as Dr. Collings continues to direct our affairs. Page Six . - 'I I 5- 1 V ' , L. -l . CONTENTS Faculty Classes Popularlty Organlzatlons Pl1bl1CHt1OI1S Humor X I 37 O O O O O 1 A U g s : 1"'N' L l ,X x N Q xl I u hX, I I Q! -1 . 'r K, I .,: 14 wllfr- -, -1 The Schooner film? ll 1 l I I 9" 4 ,NP l HK 4 4 1 V agua 9 W t gl' 'lf N r 1 1 J h ' N K 1-.. fl If 4' x rfsx' X i':a'l'NXx .55 'R xx Y Xe. 5 ,Xu S of x X me I 122, 4,111 00,1 I 1" If "iq, V I, ' Jill' I ir' .f :Y -5- ' - riff' Ks.: ,hx -w ".' I YN ' z xi ix! 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I 'W X 'V , ' ,ij 'HQE I 55.1 ,H xy Sw? ..-ma 4 phi". e ,V 55,1 v' ,fl .q.:T,,p.,V :'I ' ' "kg'53ff!fff',fA lv' ':',J2iv" -. .2217 . ,- - '- if 'wan 7,1 V Kali A f ,lv l Eng, X31 iffy ' W 1 , . A , 4 .Nl -1 ? 5' f?,44'n l'?s?e V IH X ' X 53- Qzkfniffiil , X - J ' - ' " ' 'v ' -, ' A ff fm , .k.7:.-5 A f- Y f .a -131:.1-AE'-,.-115347, y-5-.I ,' -Q-4 -45525-.'j ,-,jj ' : ' 0 "1--.3 " ' f L V A , ff 'v .V ,UNIV Yr'Iw'H The Schooner D R. lCI,l,SXVOR'l'H COLLI NGS 917: .-1. lf., 1918. l'1!f7'1'1'.Vifj' of JIix.w11r'f.' Ph. D.. 1922, C0l1H7lbI?1 I'l'ufv.r.vnr of Fdzlrafimz fffwrfol' of Tl'L11-lliflg 5511001 Payr' EIVHIIY The Schooner lf. I". ILA l 'I'H li R I I IU I I 111 1 1lx 1 0l.'1r11m1m1,' CfI'111l1111I1' .N'I111lr'11I, t11l11111l11'11 l'111:'1'I'.x I1111.-1'fu1l. I'111':'1'1'.v1'l4x' High .Y1'l11ml. P11111' X1111' The Schooner Pagz' Te n- DR, VV. VV. PHELAN A. B., 189-I, Ill. A., 1896, Colum- hiag Ph. D., 1905, George Wash- ington, LL. IJ., 1920, Oklahoma Hap ist l'niz'cr.vity. Profesxar of Psyclwlogy. Umm nf flu' School of Education. MABEL HODGES H S., 1923, l'ni'z'er.rity of Okla- imma. .S'1rf'z'r:'ixo1' nf Iiuglixll. ,l. A. FENN ln.vfr1lrtnr in .'Wa1111.al Training. KATE C. BARBOUR H. A., 1902, M. A., 1921, L'niz'er .vity of Oklahoma. .S'llf1rrz'i.vur nf p1lntl1f'mnt1'r.v. OREN STIGLER .-1. B., 1917, Lfnion Ufriversity. Jarkxon, Tvm1z's:c,' IVI. A., 1924. l'11i1'r1'.v1'ty of Oklahoma. .S'llfHrr:'i.rnr of Foreign l.angllngz'.v. The Schooner HENRY D. RINSLAND A. B., 1920, l.'ni1,'er.vity of Okla- lahoma, A. M., 1923, Uniifersity of Oklahoma. Sup1'r:'i.mr of Science. Our Faculty Of our teachers we have so much to say, It could not be said in a year and a day, Some think, 'twould be nice, to tell it in rhyme And make our views short in a very few lines. You were quite new at the first of the year. But since, to all, you've grown very dear. We regard each and all as our choicest friends, Now. and even after our school work shall end Page f?l1'7'1'n The Schooner Faculty Review Dr. W. W. Phelan has been Dean of the School of Education of the University of Oklahoma since 1912. Before coming to the University, he taught for five years at Bay- lor University, Waco, Texas and five years at the University of Chattanooga, Chatta- nooga, Tennessee. Before that time, he was principal and superintendent of public schools for seven years. Dr. Phelan was in the employ of the Chinese government in the year 1922-23, undertaking the re-organization of the University of Honan. He is one of the trustees of the Oklahoma Baptist Universityg a member of the Board of Directors of the Mid-Continent Life Insurance Company, Oklahoma Cityg was a member of the Text-Book Commission in 19245 Chairman of the Oklahoma State Tests and Measurements Survey: and just recently was re-elected member-at-large of the state committee of the state Young Men's Christian Association, in which capacity he has served for several years. Dr. Phelan has taken a great deal of interest in the welfare of the University High School and has done everything in his power to build the school up to the highest stan- dard. Dr. Ellsworth Collings has been Director of University High School since 1922. He came to the University of Oklahoma from Columbia University where he was a student for the two previous years. Before going to Columbia to finish his Ph. D. degree, Dr. Col- lings served for nine years as county and city superintendent and director of the experimen- tal school in Missouri. Dr. Collings has published several books and articles. Dr. Collings makes it possible for the students of University High School to engage in activities that they are able to successfully solve and which afford them the maximum amount of growth. Mr. F. F. Gaither has been Supervisor of History in University High School for the past two years, and principal of the high school for the past year. Before coming to University High School he served as principal in the public schools of Oklahoma for three years. He served in the United States Army in the World War. Through the untiring efforts of Mr. Gaither, the publication of this annual has been made possible. We of the staff are indeed grateful to him for his help and criticism in the preparation of this year-book. He also acted as sponsor of the Senior Class, which with his aid chose the school emblem. Miss Mabel Hodges came to University High School at the close of the first semester of the present school year. She takes the place of Miss Katharyn Osterhaus as Supervisor of English, who resigned after her marriage to Dr. J. S. Buchanan. Miss Hodges has taught in tk public schools of Oklahoma for eight years. ln spite of the fact that she has been with us only two months the student body and especially those in the English de- partment have learned to think a great deal of Miss Hodges and do her work for her because she makes it pleasant for them to work. The boys of University High School like M r. Fenn because he makes it possible for them to work with their hands and turn out articles that will serve them in later life. He has been around the University of Oklahoma for several years as assist- ant in shop, and Instructor in Manual Training for University High School. Miss Kate Barbour has taught in the public schools for seventeen years. Of this time. four years were spent as County Superintendent of Cleveland County: one year in the XVichita Falls High School, Wichita Falls, Texas. She has been teaching Mathematics in the .University High School for two years and has been a member of the County Exam- ining Board for eight years. Mr. Oren Stigler is a native of the state of Tennessee. He served as Principal of Com- mercial Schools at Hall-Moody and Union Universities for five years before coming to Oklahoma. He has been superintendent of public schools six years and has been a member of the University High School faculty for one year. Mr. Stigler teaches us to speak French and Spanish, and helps us to dramatize the plays that we find interesting in these languages. Mr. Henry D. Rinsland comes to Oklahoma from Virginia. He taught Industrial Arts in the states of Virginia, Missouri, and Oklahoma for seven years. He was city superintend- ent in Oklahoma for one year and for five years was Research and Vocational Guidance Director in the Ardmore City Schools. He served as Personnel Officer in Camp Travis for two years during the World War. At present he is a Captain in the Reserve Corps of the army. The science students of University High School have learned to think a great deal of Mr. Rinsland during his one year of supervising in this school. Page Tweltfe 1 J i . 1 , .1 5. J .surf V ' :wr-f' 1'-L . 4 ,V . , , - no - -- Ar., -X . .- ,. X, .'-"'J.' " .--1 ,Q -fr, xy 1 Hg 515' mv g-rg-e.l-y gr, 1-gf ,sw fi-can H-. ,--. - -1.,-1-ew., '- , -Jr. ... - ,F 1-, -V -if w,,' Y rr.. ,U , Q .Nutr - N ..--'rw 3-5 ' , W ,1',g34"5If,..Qg:.A. . 1 M-In - -.xg..r, , - -: -,i,Q,..,f,.'-' " . ,K -4 A ,' - M '.1.':" -f : '1 , U.. '1 5 5 ?:.-L5..1Q.f-5 '-. ' fit 1 ku 1 Q23 -' -Ei q'7?f5'.', . "'T'.'.3'Y7?'! V ' I -.533 A. 7.1 3: ,V rw, 4, iw " wx-"' Jig-v Ma, p gg f, ,- :X .,f 5:2 ,J Q 2 Q 'Aw ' ,.r grg'gp5,f?ierf?f-ffiiaavwgqffv 1 -' w " ...Ml V. x ,-, fb. , 1-. A147 'N' A 1.1. '- ,'-,1 ,.-,gum li., ,1 ,Vu 'iq 1-, fx. V.,x.- . ,.. 1 4,- ,.,1gf,,-- - ,M ,.n .-' I ,E fl P' 52, - mf ,.-gl? JIU V' rw. T V-rf 9' The Schooner xx I 1 1 , ms A. in X f Xb W "77'?!: L! . , l X I If ,As f 5 "" X W X 0 .,. 2,-1. 'ig ,nj o -Q, if ' ' f k- . 1 A z 7 X AT ff fjf 3? , ff! KJXX 4 ,iff ' 1 lgll The Schooner ULASS OFFICERS GUY VVILLIAMS tl am Sir Williams, when I speak no dog barks. President of Senior Classy President of English Club, '25: National Honorary Soc iety, '24-25. EDWARD BARTOLINA just how end when you cannot say but we think we will hear from him some day. Vice President of Senior Classg Editor of '25 Schooner: Secretary of English Club Orchestra. ARTINE BOWERS It is well to think well. It is divine to act well. Secretary Senior Class: English Club, '25: Activity Editor of '25 Schooner. Flower: Sim-burst Rose Colors: Blue and lVhitf Motto: B natural never B flat Page Fourteen FR EIJA MOR M AN lflind ynidrx IUIIIVFII strain at u ynnt and .vfvallozu n ramvl. .Yvcus liditor af Somzcr L'ulw '25, lH'Il,IND.X WALKER Still and quivt but dzwpvr than ,vnu think. MARY Hl'II.l. Sl'Rl'UllS Call no mall lluppy .ill ln' ix dead. lfuglish Klub 'Z-I-25, .hlssistarzl liditor of Saonvr Cub. RYl'l'IR'l' ,IOHNSTUN C-Olllt' my uuurlx, youd-night ladiex. IAl'NI'I'.X .XYRIES Liiw, Inu- and trust Gad far the' ravi. lfdilor of .Yauncr Cub '255 .-l.v.rLv, tant Editor of '25 Schoourrg Eng- lish Club '25. The Schooner Page Fifteen The Schooner l Page Sixteen Ill-ILEN EADES I fmt all the t1'oul1le.r in the bot- Yom of my heart and xi! on the lid and smile, linglish Club '25 BRADFORD 'l'l'RI.EY lic axlzaxlrml to ratch yorlrsflf idle. l'.1'dflll'L' lfllitor of Soouvr Cub. LOVISE NYALKER Haro aguimt hope, and ask until you 1'crfi:,'r. llvlvatv Club '21 lill.I. BUCHANAN It ix hotter to slcvp, than work onv'.v life away. English Club '25. IiE.X'l'Rll'E RICHARDSON 1-1 clmr r0n.vricnz'c can bear any lrozzlvlru Art Editor of '25 Schooner, The Schooner Senior Class History Unlike most Senior Classes in other high schools the senior class of '25 is composed, for the most part, of the best students fronrmany of the schools through- out this state. These students, with very few excep- tions, have come to the University High School within the last year or two. Four of our class mates came to us at the beginning of the second semester of the present term, from Norman High School. Two have some from out in the state, while the president of the class is the only one of the graduating class that has been in University High School the full four years re- quired to complete the high school course. The other twelve members of the class are from different points in O'klahoma. Considering the fact that very' few of us have been in University High School more than a year or two, we believe that we have one of the best classes that has eve: graduated from University High School. VVe have all made creditable beginning toward meeting all requirements for graduation and we do not expect any member of the class to stop short of the goal he has set for himself to attain by commencement time in june. Our total number is nineteen but as we have had no trouble in keeping our social and financial affairs straight we are all proud to be of the class of '25. May we all prosper. Plan Swmnc The Schooner Senior Class Prophecy Members of ye senior class, gather around allil the prophet Abduzah will read your future in the magic crystal. As the realm of the future unfolds itself the first one of your number who appears to me is your president, Mr. Guy Williams. I see the wide open plains of a far western ranch. In the midst of a group of burly cowboys stands Guy on two soap boxes. In one hand he holds a lavender silk shirt with a soiled spot on it and in the other hand he is waving aloft a large box of Lux. Guy is shouting in sten- torian tones, "Come, boys, and watch this wonderful demonstration!" Chance of a life- time!" "The dirt is washed away as if by magic by this wonderful new discovery!" One of the most unkempt of them cries out. 'fOh, go tell that to the marines, we don't wear such things as silk shirts!" "Lynch him! Lynch. him!," they all cry, as Guy makes a hasty retreat. ' . This picture fades away to give place to one of Mr. Bartolina. He is standing in a large auditorium before a multitude of ,breathless spectators, who listen in hushed silence as he plays his immortal composition, "U. H. S. Forever." There is aislighly superior expression on his countenance as the melodious strains of the music penetrate the air. As the picture disappears, we are confident that he has the dream of his youth idealized. The next person to appear upon the scene is the secretary of a very important Wo- man's Suffrage Society. The other officers are waiting very impatiently for her to come to an urgent meeting, while she who has gained approximately one hundred pounds since we last saw her, is combing the hair of her white, small poodle dog. When she arrives breathlessly she is fumbling with a diamond lavaliere and crooning baby names to the fluffy pup she carries. When the crystal comes dark again the members of the committee are still vainly trying to get Artine to proceed with the necessary business. Nellie Dustin, Delinda Walker, Helen Eades, Esther Grimes, and Nyna Stone appear. They seem to be the center of attraction, dancing lightly over the stage to the strains of Edward's new composition, "When You and I VVere Young Sallie Blues." Pauline is the gay, live and Winsome star of the evening. The picture fades away and in its place we see the pugilist ring in Podunk, Illinois. Sypert Johnston is about to be declared the world's champion prize fighter, while his wife and manager, who was once Mary Belle Scruggs, is checking the mad onrush of the crowd who is enthusiastically congratulating him. Next, there appears: before me a very busy clerk in a large store. Juanita is work- ing in the art department and her old friend, Beatrice Richardson, is her customer. Beat- rice is trying to select some coral colored oil paints but Miss Ayers, who is slightly color blind, repeatedly tries to substitute red instead. Beatrice who has become the most famous artist in the United States, has just completed the picture that has made her famous, the one of Miss Mabel Hodges, once supervisor of English in University High School. Bradford and Louise now appear to me as husband and wife. Bradford is a collector of antiques but Mrs. Turley. is' very particular about the articles he collects .For in- stance, she opposes the idea of her husband keeping the vanities he collected in the ancient days when he was a senior in U. H. S. This picture vanishes and in its place I see Freda Moreman, not as she was in high school. but as a very prim old maid sitting at her desk in a little one-room school house in the hills of Arkansas. Her nearest neighbor is Bill Buchanan and I see him diligently plowing with a forsaken looking team. The soil he is tilling will soon grow cow peas and as this picture disappears Bill is still faithfully plowing. The last one of the Senior Class that I see is George Metz. He is a matinee idol at the New Amsterdam Theater in New York. This is his third successive season in that famous play Hjellybeans and Flappersf' The theater guild has commended his work very highly and he is the hero of all the girls from ten to forty-five years inclusive, just as he was in the days of yore at U. H. S. Finally, there appears a picture of the future lives of two of our supervisors. Miss Kate Barbour and Mr. F. F. Gaither have just returned from their honeymoon, and in behalf of the members of the Senior Class of 1925, I wish to extend to them my hearty congratulations. And as the crystal grows dark once more, thus ends the Senior prophecy. -ABDUZAH. Page Eighteen The Schooner fi x X BX ,vi Q2 GRnljl?'tQINX L fl: PE! S3-iiife X ,fy Lx ,W x 'Z --- - 3 "ffl if ' 7 A 6, ,. NU 4- 5 M! S,,,- x-ff'Ni 5-if-1 il" ...-?' -.1 I X The Schooner Cl,.-XSS OFFICERS THELMA 'I ANE H UGHES Beautiful behavior is the best of fine arts. President of junior Class: Vice President of linglisli Club: Society Editor of '25 Schooner: Vice President of Honor Society. MARY VIRGINIA MALLOY It matters not how long we live but how we live. Vice President of junior Class: Cnb Staff: English Club '24 and '25. ,IEWELL COLLINGS Much learning doth make thee mad. Secretary of junior Class: National Honor Society '24 and 'Z5g English Club, '24 and 'Z53 Schooner Staff, '25. Flower: R050 Class Colors: Green and White Motto: Lost time mwer found Faye Twenty RVTH ARMSTRONG I'Ir'a.vl1rv takfx all hrr Iimr hu! hrr rnlturr is fn'1'frrt. lingln'.vl1 Club, 'Ji FAY LKFRONE l7nl'g1l'r'rm'vv ix lvrttrr than vr I'l'ngl'. lfnglixll 671111, 'Zi HIYIH RIVHARIDSON .Thr lmlds him frifll hm' glillrring ryr. MARY STITH If you :wish In gran- fllfllllfi' df- minixll your dimzfr. lfvrglfxll Club, '25.' fnlv Staff, '25. P1l.Bl'IR'l' BEILOWS A mind 'lK'1I!7.T!' depth can .vrarrr lm found, hix low' of dnt-x' ran .vrnrrr lu- fnumi. The Schooner I Pagr Tiawrlly-0:14 The Schooner 5 Ain., ,.-QM, Page Twenty-two 1 :aa Aff XIXRY Mcl'.XI.I. 'l'0ll4'l1 nut, Iaxlv ual, hundle nal. linglixh Klub, '25, IHiRlH'1R'I' l'll.XSI'I l.ljll1 lu'art.v Ilan' lang. linylixh Club, '255 Orpheum. Xl I I.lJRl'1lJ R Kl"l'l'1l'OIl l.l'1R l"uil'v.vl uf all lhv xlur: while but only our lx .vhlning in the sky. Ifnglixh Klub, 'Zi lN1YI.I'I MARRS llix qlllrt :vay and lm.vim.',v.v :nun urrx IH-t1l?l'.i l'l'lL'IlLf.Y in ull lux rla.v.n'.v. linglixll Club, '25. Sl 'Z,XNl'll.l.H JOHNSTON l um Ihv last uf my ruff, my num? lx me. I.l'IOLA SMITH Then .vlw will talk, shv will talk. English Club, '25. ,IOIIN RICHARDS lirumlrlvnc 1lL"2'L'l' wo vrs m':'cr grumble. English Club, '25. ye Gods, how ELMON MCFARLIN Ile' is gone and uf lu' may rrfmrl, llvlratv flnlv. ho kn 0'll'.Y how rk and work- The Schooner Page Twenty-three The Schooner unior Class History It has been three years since we awkwardly ascended the steps of the old high school building. Nevertheless we were born through all the trials and gained some knowledge too: for to lead, guide and instruct our minds aright were nine of th: most competent teachers that could be obtained. The class was organized a week or two after school started and the following officers were elected: Thelma Jane Hughes. Presidentg Mary Virginia Maloy, Vice Presidentg and Jewell Collings, Secretary Treasurer. The only social event of the year was the Junior-Senior party, which was a great success. Thelma Jane Hughes was elected beauty queen of the Uni- versity High School from the Junior Class and John Richards was elected the most popular boy of the school from the Junior Class. The Junior Class has representatives in the Glee Club, Eng- lish Club, Orchestra Club. and the Schooner Staff. The Juniors also have two representatives in the National Honor Society. Thelma Jane Hughes and Jewell Collings. The class is now looking forward with anticipation to the time when they will be seniors and hope to accomplish more next year than they have in the past three years. The Junior-Senior reception in the VVomen's building was exceptionally presented on the night of June l, 1925. We hope that this event which was started with the Junior class of 1925 will become one of the traditions of University High School. Page Twmty-four The Schooner Ml J9vn9m9mff 'Www sf 2 'wir Wgiqw 1' A 6 9 ffff .M f S Q ' lj is 6 NA X A .i Gif J- 257, ' 'QT Ex " X .f H is f, ,N Q I f' f .nj X -7 - f ,., 'ii 4 , Ne: X' . .ff Y!! ,X X J xl gf .f K +. X jk 2 Yu fs A ,,, -, . ,1iI'S" - -1-1-1-1 4 -Ill V ,v if -1. - ,,-.-1--1- i, The Schooner CLASS OFFICERS RAYMOND SMITH Fate tried to conceal him by naming him Smith. President, Sophomore Class: English Club, '24, '25, Debate Club: Debate Team Business Manager, 1925 Schooner. ROBERT RAMEY A man perfects himself by working. Vice President, Sophomore Class: English Club, '24, '25, Debate Club. .-XLBERT KULP At evening, home is the best place for man. V Secretary, Sophomore Class: English Club, '24, '25: Debate Club, Schooner Staff, '25 Cub Staff, '25, Class Flower: Sweet Pea Class Colors: Blue and White, Motto: Green But Growing Page Twenty-:ix ROHHIH ICSSI H JOHNSON A rllild'x ways with u.'oman': svayx. LEX .X M EEKER nlfferlion is the brvadexl base ul guod in life. l.l I.l.l I-I HAM ICS Silence ix um' great uri nl can rvrxatiurl. Ill-IIJCN ,XRMS'I'RUNli Vain' mr as I am. English Club, '24, 'Z5,' Urban' lllulr .Xl.l4 'li lH'2'l'H MASSEY .Will :K-ulfr runs dvepg IllL'DlL'l' ax glvlmlrn, l'ngli.il1 fluff, 'Zi The Schooner Page I-'1L'L'Ilf1X'-.Yt,"l'L'Il The Schooner Page Twcllty-r'igll! DOROTHY DELLINGER Beauty draws more than oxen. lfnglixh Club, '25. W. H. TERRELL lfaffx are .vtulvlvarn rhingx. RFILVA ROLD I am the fort? darling. Ifnglixh Club, '25. ROSE RICHARDS A .vmilv for boy.: thou art. Englirh Club, '255 Debate Club '25. f'I.EO BENNETT Lv! all thing: be done in order liuglixhv fluh, '25, ,I EW ELL BROVV N .4 good student uf high idealx ix her excellence. Englixh Club, '25, ORIN RICHARDSON For thy night .vhuius ,vturx and zuo- mvn in fha' bvttev light. Debate Klub, '25, IHC.-X'l'RIi'I'I HADDOVK Om' who is at llUlHL' an Every subjcrt. English Club, '25, R. S. OXVICN From una' lcarn all. Urban' Club, '25, English Club, .,5 ODI LE BERRY One :vhu undvrxtumls silent: and never .vtrirvx to break lt. The Schooner Puyz' Tfwrlfy-l11'111' The Schooner 5 w l'ngv I-llltff-Y KATHERINE PERSONETT .Sim mn' herself in the mirruf' and lru.v lwmr smiling erm' xinrv. lh'Irui4' Club. '255 lirrylfxlz l'luIv. ,25 I HV I GHT ELLZEY llr ix wild and playful bu! who 4':'rr' .raw him xtudy. lfnglixll Club, '25: .-Ir! Editor, 'Ji .S'rlmmn'r,' l.h'lvah' flulv, '25, I DO R OTH Y FOO PER .Way uwlzilz' and Yll?'LI'.x' will fum' yml, .X'vl1um1z'v' Staff. '25.' Euglf.rl1 flulv, '.'5: llrlwnrr Klub, '15, ROBERT ANDERSON .Ill flrlayx arf da11gw'ou.v. I'ngli.vll Club, .S'rImunr'r Stuff. Ur Iwrlr Klnlv. 23. R EO KERNS .Hy lwmL'.v and lwarl may umrr pnrr. IDR RNA COLLINGS 'I'h1'rr'.v jus! a filth' had in ercry yluuzl litlh' girl. l:'uyI1'.vl: Vinh, '24 and '25, HHN Ii DI E'I'Z .-I .UIVIIIIHHIIY tu fllr nablvv' .ruff nf our uatnrv. lznglixll l'll1la, '2-I mul '25 Uv- lvuir Clull, 25. LOTVS WILSON If .vilvnrr :vr1'r guldvu I would Vu' n rllillinrrnilv. - IOHN YENARLE l'hv nigh! ix .vlmrt that always findx tllr' day, lixrylfxlz Vfulv, '21 and '25, The Schooner i I Pugw 'l'll1'I'1y1uu The Schooner Sophomore Class Since the day when we were beginners in this class we have been a quiet but patient factor in University High School. We are not given to boasting for we know that "Self praise is half scandal," however we have lost much of our verdancy and in this year in high school we have shown the other people that we are able to do something. . In the classroom we have kept side by side with all other classmatesg on the annual staff we have five members: Raymond Smith, Albert Kulp, Dorothy Cooper, Dwight Ellzey, and Robert Anderson. Raymond Smith was the vital part on the Debate team which won many debates. Many members of the class have taken active part in other activities, such as :Basket-ball, Debate Club, Glee Club, and Swim- ming. They have made enviable records in these lines. t Our social functions have been few but exceedingly pleasant. Since our class is the largest in number in the high school, we have put over many pleasant contests. There is a jolly set of folks, I"ve lately rome arross They'll stand for almost anything, Vlfithout much time or loss All day long they work and play Without a fear or frown O, yes we are the brightest There is in all the town. Page Thirty-two The Schooner MQ Q Y QL l P 3 I 245 P Hx H9 ' l agfg 5 . N? The Schooner CLASS OFFICERS BLAND XVEST Spare the child and spoil the rod, President of Ninth Grade Class. RICHARD AYRES Cut and come again. Vice President of Ninth Grade Class: Mayor of English Club, 'Z KATHRYN FOLLMAR Her ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace. Secretary of Ninth Grade Class. Page Thirty-four HEORKDIQX FRANCIS NEEI. The lwxt law lx flu: golden rulv. linylixh Club, '25, HEURHIC URI-I.Xlil'2k lfnll af L'0lll'fl'.Yj' and full of craft, Al .KN ET l'OMFOR'l' .l mm' broom .vwcvps clvun. Iinglixlx C'lub, '25. RAYMOND INGLIS licllcr tu hafv lorcd and lost than lo haw' not lorrd at all. LOUISE PIOLMBERG Lv! lhom obvy that know nor hon to rulo. English Club, '25. r The Schooner Page Thirty-five The Schooner Page Thirty-:ir ORENE REUTOPHOLER .-ldd to golden numbers. .I OHN ALLEY Om' stretches his leg: according to his Coverlet. linglixh Club, '25, YINITA MILFORD For my part getting up seems not so vasy. English Club, '25. MARVIN RICE The march of the human mind lx flow. HELEN DOWNING Study to show thy self a foal. English Club, '25. HAZEI. CHAPMAN Siu' n4'rumpli.rhezl much in lwr ann quiet way. IZQIIQHXII Ufulv, '35 VARROI. FLOSE Zral nithmrl krlafulrdgr ix fin' rvillmnt light. RVTH BQND I um Ihr mas! rnlnsrrratzzr in my mrs: inlerr'st.v. lilljllifll 171111, 'JW TIHCODORE STITH 1'v.r.rc'l.r nrrcr gin' .ra great nz xolmd as 1L'l1.vu fhry arf- mnpty. lfnglish Club, '25, BETH PETTIT Tlu' dvsrrl shall rvjoicr and bla.: .NVHI HX U FUSE. 1 The Schooner 1 3 A 1 . Pngr Thirty-.vezfen The Schooner , S Page Tl'll'7'lj'A6'iHht VERNA MAE WILLARD But respect yourself most of all. VlNlTA MILFORD We think .va much of her fare, .vo we gaw' luv' another place. lfnglish. Ululr, '25, M ARGRET BRANDENBURG Self low- Lv Ihr greatest of all flatterers. lfngllxh Flulv. '25, I MOGENE GLENN Thrre 11-ax never yct zz fair' wo- man but shy madr' mollfhx in u glasx. .KN NA LOL' YAUGHN .-1 disposition to frrexerrr. nn alvilify fo improve. The Schooner s EICl1TITl IIRIXDE . rj FX JJ JL ., r ff iv-QV frog cc? W 'if 7 Y Q lg.. ' 'a Au' vS "nl X-11 rl 'lr , - g-,., ...--A I ll The Schooner Q CLASS OFFICERS EDVVARD COGPER And when he is out of sight. quickly is he also out of mind President, Eighth Grade Class. MILDRED CHASE Small things are best. English Club, '25. MARGERET DRAUGHON E My tongue within my lips I rein, For who talks much, must talk in vain Page Forty The Schooner To U. H. S. You may Search the whole world over, You may scour both earth and sky, But you'll never find an equal, For University High. You may try on every boulevard, You may search on every street, Butt that school that we call Sooner, .lust simply can't he beat. All other schools are blindly seeking, For the thing that money can't buy, But folks, here's why Sooner always win It's the spirit of Sooner High. So here's a cheer for the students, Hooray! For the school aims so high. Here's a song in honor of the teachers, And University High! -Dorothy Cooper, '27 I Page Forty-tu The Schooner WV - f- Y N X .7125 - ff fy 'gui W1'j,12ff,g. 1 K, 5 -nq 'lf Z- X 7-EES' ,any 2 31 5513535 El EJ El li' HH HHHH IJ lj El -.--- -. , - ' ' HHHBH HHH H ' 460 X + X P TVX Th Sh L 1 gy QEAUTY UEEN J? f V N mail. and 90 Q'-'33 L ,POPULARITY g Q 5. 11 1 I K 5x 1 7 f w lil so ff TITIOILTICITICJ I The Schooner Pagr Forty- c cn The Schooner , Popularity and Beauty ueen Contests ln October the students of University High School planned to carry on a popularity contest for the most popular girl and boy. Each class nominated a boy and a girl to represent it in the contest. After three days of campaigning, Tessie Terrell of the seventh grade and john Richards of the eleventh grade were declared electd. This was the first time th-at a contest had ever been held for the most popular boy. Immediately after the popularity contest was finished, plans were made for the election of a Beauty Queen. The staff decided that the best way to select the Beauty Queen would be by a contest and let the popular vote of the entire school decide the winner. Each class was allowed to nominate one girl to rep- resent the class in the contest, and the contest was run between the six girls. Votes were sold for one cent each and at the final count, Thelma jane Hughes was declared winner by a large majority. Page Forty-nine The Schooner Sooner High Our time to say good-bye is here, And soon we all must part, VVe'll ne'er forget our school so dear, So we leave with merry hearts, As duty calls we must go, VVhere e'er we may be called, So we bid farewell, a dear farewell To all, yes, to all. Dear Sooner High, dear Sooner High: Our school of merits fame. NVe'll love thee forever, And magnify they name, And tfme may come and time may go. Our love for you will always grow, Dear Sooner High, Dear Sooner High. lt was our aim and pleasure too. To leave our record clear, In this. our only, only school. That we hold so dear, To teachers all, we shall be true. Xvhere e'er we may be called, For knowledge gained. VVhile under you, XN'as willingly installed. ' -Dorothy Cooper Page Fifty Th Sh 5 -1- in Wa' 9 ,, , n, sefi' 2 S I IQW fe., W3 E? 33 Q? Azx M tgzinj w The Schooner English Club 'lihrougli the efforts of Miss liatharyn Osterhaus, an Honorary English Club was organized in the fall of 1923. To be an eligible member, a student must have an average of "A" or "A" minus in English. If a member falls below thos standard he is automatically dropped from the club. The purpose of this or- ganization is to stimulate a desire for better grades and a love for good literature among the students. Since the marriage of Miss Osterliaus to President S. Buchanan, the club has continued its work under a new supervisor, Miss Mabel Hodges. A literary program was presented by the members at each semi-monthly meeting. I Page Fifty-two The Schooner nf' Ifvfv, lffl In 1' I 1 1 rgll' Ilxxlghl lfllzvy. NIIH'QIll'l'l ll1':ll11lmlhl1v'g, john .Xlln-y, 1.vn:u XlvL'kol', Hell Harold llzxrlmur, hluzuuim Fla-111il1', L 81-mml lvmv- llunnlny Cuugwx. .Xllu-rt Knlp, llnzrl i'h:xpm:m, jnhn Rirhzmls. Mznry Stith, Rulwcrt Rsunvy Tllird Nun' Rzxynmml lnglix. Ch-11 Bm-nm-tt, 'Il-ssiv 'l'n-Hull, In-nv Shnul. R. S. . Owen, llurnthy DL-lliugcr. l"0nrlh Nun' Nzulim' In-ttir. l':u'ol Vlnsv. Lurcnsa llnllings, Mznylu-llv Svruggs. jv.-well Uollings, Sypcrt ,lnl1n5tml. liftlz Roh'-'Ruin-rt .xl'lllk'fhlIlI. Yirginizn lfnmph-hy, Artim' Buwcrs, Rohrrl l'lzu'k, Bvlvn Rold. Alton Mnrrs .S1.rtI1 lion" 1.1-mln Smith. ilnzmitxn Ayers, Duyle Murrs, Ilxlogum- fl S1 fu! lcnn, Mary Mcfnll, Icwell Brown. 'f" ll Run" Hz-lm-11 .Xrn1e1rvmg. Maxim- .Xrlmhl, Bcntficc llmlrlrwk, Mary Yirginizm Mnloyj Rnsz- Riclmrals, licm- Dcitz, l'nm' l"1'fU'ff11l'1'1' The Schooner Debate Club A debate club was organized December, 1924 by 'lhonias ll. Barker. coach. The brief time that the club had to function did not seem to be a hindrance to the debaters because they have debated several high school teams, which were Nor- man, Noble, Moore and Yukon. Raymond Smith. Mary Stith and rlillfillllil Epler represented University lligh School in these debates. Other members who con- stitue the club are: llelen .Xl'1llSl'l'Ullg. Rose Richards. 'Iewell Liollings. 'l'hef1na .lane Hughes, Dwight Ellzey, R. S. Owen, Ruth .'Xrmstrong, Mary Virginia Maloy. Louise VValker, Albert Kulp, Roy Mead. Pagr F1'fl,v,fom The Schooner n The Debate Team Left, Mary Stiflz .......... ........ J uuior Class Sfalldizig, Raymond Smith--- ..... Sophomore Clam lfigllf, Tl1r'lM1a ENm'-,,--- ...... funinr Clnsx Pwr F1'frx"fi1'r The Schooner Orchestra The orcl1Cst1'z1 bas been zm active part of tba- stuclem life since the opening uf school. It has been very ably clireclecl by Mrs. Lllmrlie l'lll1'l1CS :mcl l1:.-, developed into 11 musical Ul'g1llllZ2lllUll that amy sclmul might well be prwucl Vt. 'lllere are slx members of the club :mil mlwr stuclems lmve expressed their inf reution of becoming members :mother year. Page l"iffAvf.vi,r The Schooner i National Honor Society 'lihe Nzitionul llonor Society of Seconclzlry Schools was orgzniizctl in Univer- sity lligh School in Nlztrch, l9Z4. 'l he purpose is to ereztte :tn entliusizlsni for scliolnrsliip. to stimulate zt clesire to rencler service. to promote lezulersliip :uni t'llCUlll'Zl.QL' clevefopnient of chnrztcter. Students :ire electerl to this chapter who ,-tztnrl in the first fourth of their respective classes in scholztrship. provirlerl. they hztve lmeen in residence :lt leztst one year. lf Il stuclent eleeteml to inemlmership elur- ing his -lunior yeztr shoulcl fzill lielow stzuiclzircl in scholarship on which he was t-'etetl in his Senior yeztr. the eliztptet' provicles that he Illlly he clroppecl from ineniliership by at nizijority vote. The following group constitute the metnlmers who were electetl to this society for the first time: Llirclzt XYest, XYy:Ltt lleleher. ,lewell l'ruett, lizirl llztssler, Cleo Shziul. 'l'ecl Mziloy, -lewell Collings, Guy XYlllfZllllS. 'lillClll1il .lane llughes ztnfl 'lzunes lllzniton, .I r. Of this nuinlmer three of them :ire still in University lligth School. Guy XX'illi:uns, 'lcwell Vollings and 'lil1Cllll2l lane llughes. Fnyr Fifi-t'-.Win 11 The Schooner Other Clubs Among other clu-bs that have functioned for a short time among the student-s of University High School may be mentioned: Hiking, Swimming, Social Culture, Tennis, Boys and Girls Basket Ball, Baseball. Needle Craft and Builders. At the beginning of the second semester a regular period was set aside in the daily program which makes it possible for every student of the High School to en- gage in physical activity and recreation. Pnyr Fifljv-rig!!! The Schooner How Nice 'Twoulcl Be How nice 'twould be if Knowledge grew lhen we would pfant our spelling seed, And gather all the words we need. And sums from off our slates we'd wipe .-Xnd wait for figures to be ripe. And go into the fields to pick XXI' v I XYl1ole bushels of Arithmetic. Or, if we wished to learn Chinese, I just go out and shake the trees. And Grammar, then, in all our towns VVould grow with proper verbs and nouns And in the garden there would be Great bunches of Geography. And all the passers-by would stop And marvel at the knowledge crop. -Dorothy Cooper, '27 Page Fifty-nine The Schooner The Calendar Sept. 11. Enrollment began, some jams in halls of U. H. S. Sept. 16. School opens, many new faces among the student body. Two new teachers. Sept. 24. Clurbs are organized, every body must engage in some form of school activitv. Sept. 29. School is really underway. First Cub is published. Oct. 4. The Schooner staff is chosen. Decided to make it a school project. Oct. 11. The English Club met and organized. Frst meeting of the year. Uct. 31. Thanks to the Eng'ish Club, a great time was had at Mr. Berry's where the Cub entertained with a Halloween Party. Nov. 7-3. Something every kid likes. annual home coming for the University and a hofiday for us. Nov. 15. Tessie and john' are chosen as the most popu'ar students. Nov. 27. 'I hema ran away with Uhe beauty contest. Dec. 1. Some one will have to study. several hundred books are bought for the library. Dec. S. NYe are going to have some music, Mr. Richards organizes music clubs. Dec. 19. Hearts g'addened again, Christmas Holideys begin. we don't have to study anymore until jan. 4, 1925. Q il an. 4. Every body reports a most lovely Christmas season. Dee. 19. Hearts gaddened again. Christmas Holidays begin, we don't have to pass finals, first semester ends. Feb. 3. Boys and girls glee clubs are selected. Feb. 5. VVe lost our debate to Norman High. Feb. 12. Faculty gone to O. E. A. VVe are happy again. Feb. 13. XVe are still happy. the faculty has not returned yet. Feb. 27. 'Twas a good debate. Noble lost the decision. March 4. The Schooner Staff feels relieved. Raymond sent the engravers the last pictures for the Schooner today. Mar. 18. Hope our troubles are over. Staff sent Schooner to the printers today. Page Sixty The Schooner J '3 ily llll' ' 1 CUB mb OFncz E DR WM + fx Q XJ! ...N i f I nfiiuiizi 4 Z ws ' Q "' fi Q Q 5 E 1..,l-71 . -f 1 - ' 1 ----1--- Notice 'I E' N J J 9 2 7 lj 'l",- , E Uoqbvs f ?'X.' l 96 X gf N J, I I NI qw, X ' 'f I, ,k S 2 Q. ju : . 24 f ' ' ullnulilrnmllm -I 'Ah :Ly X n K QABM'-9 -M , KE .np 9' Q nu 1 -...X -,. V W- 71, , -5 I . :--....-I Mi n' 1 ff' ' 6 ... . I L U2 I A , 'v.-' 5. - L- -.I kv -Y W ""' ' ' 1' YE. . lf- Z The Schooner Page' Sixty-fwo The Schooner Sooner Cub The Sooner Cub, a paper published hy the Uni- versity high School journalism Class was first edited October 8. 1923. It is issued weekly. The purpose of this paper is to keep an interest and school spirit among the students of the high school. VV ith the aid of Ted Maloy, Christopher Nels and Reed Moberly of the graduating cfass of 1924 and Edward Bartolina and Juanita Ayres of the 1925 graduating class the paper has become one of the recognized papers in the state. - Pug: Sixty-thrre The Schooner Page Sl'.rty-fam' The Schooner Schooner Staff The Schooner of 1925 was printed by University High School collectively. It was decided at the 'first meeting of the student body that it would be much nicer to make it a school projezt rather than a class project. NVith that idea in mind. the staff was chosen accordingly. The members of the staff were chosen from the tenth, eleventh ,and twelfth grades. We ask you to judge as to whether this plan has worked suc- cessfully or not. To us. it seems that we have been better able to unite the entire school into one solid group and receive group cooperation when they know that this project is a school affair. Page Sixty-five Q The Schooner Forget lVle Not lVe are the staff of '25, We've done our work, as we know VVe've always tried to win the fight. And do our best with all our might. Our books and rules we've even kept. We've studied hard with vim and pep Our teachers thought us wise and keen, For we're the best in every scene. To pupils here with hearts of cheer, VVe wish you well the future yearsg VVhen we venture in lite's hard task, VVe'll e'er recall the days of the past. Strive on, school mates, strive on and on, To you success when we are goneg Farewell to teachers, farewell to all, In future days, we'll think of you. For days to come and days to go, Our love for you will ever flowg With much sorrow we have to part, But we leave the word. forget us not. Page Sixty-szx right HUMOR P Q YRQWX OO OW K X Cokgq X fl! 0 Xl Q U QQ, f 113 WI Dfw f Q ',o.o Q wp OX - Q gf QN 'J 77 OX! Cf 5 O6 g f . xf 0 -Q The Schooner Pagn' SI:,l'fj'-Vijllll The Schooner Foreword for the joke Section, For the benefit of all future joke editors I should like to request that the jokes be handed in on tissue patfver so every member of the Faculty and the stu- dents can see through them. . jokes One day several students of Mr. Gaither's history class were discussing the birthdays of the presidents. when Helen Armstrong was heard to ask: "XVell who's Harding ?" llelen E. tllising to full height and CXCl2lllllIlg with all the gusto of a great oratori "VYhy he is the man my mother voted for." l Mary Smith wrote to Harold Lloyd for a lock of his hair. The following note was received. "lt affords me much pleasure to comply with your wish: however you failed to specify whose hair you wanted, so I am sending you samples of my cooks. ehauffer, gardner, and a few strands of my mistress." Mary was well pleased for she is making a collection of hair. Q. R. Q. .45 ... id Li mi in john Richards had been tried in American history class and Raymond Smith had been asked to serve on the jury. judge: "Are you guilty P" john: "No, your Honor." fRayn1ond starts to leave the roomly Mr. Gaither: tXN'ho is acting as judge? "Here, where are you going?" Raymond: "l'm going home. didn't he say he wasn't guilty P" 515 33 ' Miss Harbour: "'XYhy are children so much worse than they used to be ?" Mr. Rinsland: "Modern improvements in buildings I suppose." Miss Harbour: "How so F" Mr. Rinsland: tXYho is always able to explain everythingi "Shingles are so scarce. you can't spank a boy with a tin roof." li'-2 If! ESE? Ei? XY. H.: "Does your car have a warning signal ?" Lorena: "Yes, there is a little round thing in the front that says 'Dodge llrothers'." 32 Iii 21'-I Eff FE My son, consider our orchestra. They play not. neither do they sing Yet Solomon in all his glory was IIUI arrayed like one of these. ' 243 E45 Men aren't so quick to see what girls have on. as they are to detect the things they have left off.-Raymond Smith. Sill Belva: tqshowing her photograph! "Horrible, isn't it?" Mr. Ireland: "But a very good likeness." lluyi' .X'l'.l'l'x' Him The Schooner Pugf .S'r:'m1tv The Schooner Herbert C.: "Now if you want to pronounce umulated, fix your mouth like vou are going to kiss some one ..... so!" Thelma Epler: "My, you sure do look tempting." The Faculty-Why they came. . Mr. Gaither-To seek a wife. Miss Barbour-To convert U. H. S. students into mathematicians and Latin sharks. Mrs. Buchanan--To cure heart disease among the male members of the fac- ulty. Mr.Stigler-To wink at the girls in his classes. Mr. Rinsland-To give free information on how things shou-ld be made. Dr. Collings-To introduce project methods in the public schools. A MORNING PRAYER Now I get me up to cram, I hope to the Lord, I'll pass the exam. If I should fail to get this junk, I pray the Lord I will not flunk. Miss Barbour: Raymond, are you in your desk? Raymond: No ma'am, I'm in my seat. Mr. Gaither: I'm tempted to flunk you for chewing that gum. Louise W.: Yield not to temptation. D Miss Haeber: Now, jewe'l. do you see the point to this sentence? Jewell C. : Yes Ma'am its the first little round dot at the end of the sentencr. VV. H.: Sitting with feet in aisle and chewing gum. Mr. Gaither.: XV. H. take that gum out of your mouth and put your feet in. Miss Barbour: Cin distress over some geometry studentsi VVhat would you do if you were in my shoes? Mrs. Buchanan: l'd shine them. 652 Q S52 sl: Q john V.: "Don't you just love nights like these ?" Jewell C.: "No, sometimes I study." MUSICAL 'l'I'l'LES The Vamp .............................. Freda Moreman Slow and Easy ....................... ...... A lbert Kulp VVhispering .............. .......... L ena Meeker They Go W'ild Over Me ..... .......... 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