Vancouver High School - Alki Yearbook (Vancouver, WA)

 - Class of 1916

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Arlme Scanlor Xllnlllam Prlce Ernest MacFarlan Robert Smlth Phrllxp Custard Ernest NlacFarlan Helen Mlller Cecelxa Tenney Laurence Curtln Marian Palmer Galen Lltchfxelcl Grace Crlndall Hulda Campbell ....................Mabel Brothers ......,............Dorothy1VlcLane Classen ..................,.Harold Whelan . . . . .Nestor Kopra ,.................Howard Burnham ..........Oran Bosler easan 3 w Wg, MS, cfm wfag 4244 'Q' SENIOR ARLINE E M SCANLON Cuural Course Glee Club l 2 3 Revxew Staff 2 Class Treasurer 3 Class Edxtor 2 Phrenomathxan 1 9 G rman Club 4 Alkl 4 ERNEST TIDE MAC FARLANE Commlnzal Course Class Presndent l 3 Alkl 4 Busmess 'llanager Glee Club 3 4 otball I DOROTHY GRACE YEATMAN Lollcgc Pnparatorx Coursr Phrenonmthlan l 7 4 Club 4 CORRINE MAUDE RANFORD Lumral Course Phrenomathlan 2 4 Basketball 4 l' A NJ P D Y ,3 Q. 1 w' -' ,A . Track l. 2. 3. 4 F0 .2. 4 N J I 3 v 'i L I Q -Q Clzs Nr 1 C D LIU' ALEDA F CRAWFORD Ouural Coursn Basketball l Phrenomathnan l 2 4 C-lee Club l 2 4 President Cardmal Gl e Club 4 WILLIAM R T PRICE Ounral Courm Football 3 4 Baseball 9 3 4 Basketball 4 Baseball Captam 4 C ass l sld nt 4 CORDELIA A LAMPERT Oemml Coursa Glee Club l 9 3 Basketball 9 3 4 lrldoor Baseball 9 3 ALMA C PETERSON CoIlLg1 Prnparatorx Coursf Pllrenomathlan 3 4 Gl e Club 4 German Club 4 Necretarx G rman Club 4 Thule n It Q r . . . . l 9r:" e Alki 4 I z x e 5 v C1 C , - . .4 V GRACE EVELYN CRANDALL 01 nelal Course Glee Club 2 3 Phrenomathlan l Alkx 4 LUCILLE SKLNE College Preparatorv Course Basketball 3 Glee Club 3 Phrenomathlan 3 German Club 4 SIBYL E SMITH Glee Club 2 3 4 Phrenomathlan 2 4 becretary Phrenomathlan Class President 3 Basketball l Review Staff 3 Assoctate Edltor Revlem 4 German Club 4 BERT CAMPBELL Commcrczal Course Orchestra 2 4 Band 2 Glee Club 4 Lyceum Club 4 I' om lem . , , , . College Preparatory Course 'U Y 5 Y I 2 ' v . . . Y 3 MILDRED D KNIGHT College Prcparatorx Phrenomathlan l Gee Club l 2 3 4 GEORGE D BOSTWICK General Course Baseball I MARY E WILLIAMS Manual Arts Course Phrenomathlan l Class Edxtor 2 Indoor Baseball 3 Tenms 4 Phrenomathxan Play I EARL HUCKINS Commarczal Course Publlc Speakmg I l . . . Lyceum Club 4 CECELIA EDITH TENNEY College Preparatorx Course C-lee Club l 2 Orchestral 2 Phrenomathnan l 2 3 4 Presxdent Phrenomathlan 4 XICC Presxdent G rman Club Presldent German Club 4 Renew Staff 9 Class hduor 4 Allu 4 W IOLA CRAWFORD College Prepuratorx Course Basketball l C-lee Club l 7 3 Necretary Phrenomathlan 'P Orchestra l 2 4 FLINT M JOHNS Colle, Pnparatorx Course Lx ceum Club 4 Biseball 4 Termxs 3 4 NORMA E FIRESTONE Lullcga Pnparaforx Course Glee Club 2 3 Phrenomathlan 2 3 Phrenomathxan Secretary 3 Declamatory 2 German Club 4 QITICKII 4 , , . ,. F . E Y Phrenomatllian l. 2, 3 0. . . X 7 I 1 v 7 ' v VIVIAN HYLAND College Prcparatoq Course Phrenomathxan 2 3 Class Edltor 3 Declamatory l Class Secretary 4 Student Body Treasurer 4 Editor ln Chxef REVIEW 4 German Club 4 LESLIE LE ROY COMER Manual Arts Course Class Vlce President l Class Edxtor 2 Exchange hdxtor Revlew 2 3 4 ASSOCIAIC Edxtor Review 3 FAY M VANCE Comnurczal Course Phrenomathlan 1 2 Bask tball 3 GALEN D LITCHFIELD General Course Track 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Presldent Glee Club 4 Lyceum Club President and Censor l Debate 4 Vice President Class 4 Captam Class Track Team 4 Alkn 4 58101111 tn ' Q . 4 V 3 Special Reporter Review 2 . 9 e , , ' , l. BERTHA KROHN College Preparatory Course Phrenomathian 3 4 lee Club 1 2 President German Club 4 CLARKE JOHNSTON College Preparatory Course Gle Club 4 Lyceum Club 4 GLADYS RUTH KIES erzeral Course Glee Club 2 3 German Club 4 RUEL WHITE Corn nlrczal Coursl Lyceum Club l 4 Glee Club 4 Eighteen G , ' G Phrenomathlan l. 3, 4 FLORENCE EVANS College Preparatory Course Glee Club 3 4 Phrenomathian Phrenomathian Secretary 4 Declamatory I German Club 4 DICK LITCHFIELD College Preparatory Course Lyceum Club 3 Class Secretary 3 Debate 3 LEATHA E WILSON General Coursp Phrenomathxan 3 4 Glee Club 4 PAULINE H WAGGENER General Course Glee Club I 2 4 Phrenomathnan l 2 4 N lm lfvn ' 2, 3, 4 Basketball I., 2, 3, 4 HULDA D. CAMPBELL General Course Basketball I 2 Glee Club l 2 German Club 4 Allu 4 IDA ALICE CATHEY Comn Lrczal Coursa Basketball I 2 3 4 Captam 3 4 Class Captam 2 3 4 Qecretary Board of Control 4 Cu rural Course Lxc um Club 3 Clee Club 3 4 Cross Country 4 HELEN M MILLER G1 rural Coursn Phrenomathlan l Glee Club 2 Basketball 1 Allu 4 111411111 , , 3. 4 HERBERT ANDERSON j e , 4 GERTRUDE MclRVlN College Preparatory Course Phrenomathlan l 2 3 4 Phrenoma 'nan Treasurer 3 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Cardmal Glee Club Manage Girls Octette 3 I' LAWRENCE MAURICE CURTIN General Course Debate 4 Lyceum Secretary 4 Glee Club 4 Cross Country 4 Alkl 4 MARIAN J PALMER College Preparatory Course Phrenomathxan 3 4 Phrenomathlan Vxce Preslde German Club 4 Alkn 4 Orchestra 4 German Club Treasurer 4 EULA LEONE TURK Collage Preparatorx Course Glee Club 4 T11 l'l 411111 1 - . 6. .A Q Q . -y , - - t4 ,l V 1' --um Qll CLARA COLE C0111 5,1 Preparatorx Coursl Phrenomathlan 2 3 4 Phrenomathlan Treasurer 4 Declamatory 9 3 4 Debate 4 Glee Club 4 German Club 4 MARGUERITE L NORELIUS Ouural Cowon Glee Club 4 WALTER BENNETT Baseball l 9 3 Football 9 3 Captam Football 3 rac 2 3 Baalxetball l 9 3 ANNA V OLSON C0111 gr Prfparatoq Course Phrenomathlan 4 German Club 4 ly lu o 1 , , . , , . 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PEGG College Preparatory Course Phrenomathian l, 2 Phrenomathian Play 2 Class Vice-President l ROBERT BOWEN SMITH Colle ge Preparatorx Course Baseball 3 4 Basketball 4 Student Body Presldent 4 Baseball Manager 4 Board of Control 4 Lyceum Club 4 Tenms 4 Alkl 4 SOPHIA L RUZICKA College Preparatorx Course Glee Club 'P Phrenomathlan 4 German Club 4 Presxdent Class 3 CLARENCE R STUDER Colley Pu paratorx Course Student Body becretary 4 Lvceum President Lyceum Club 9 3 4 Orche tra 7 3 4 Edttor nn Chnet of Renew 3 Traek 9 3 4 Football 4 Cla s Footb'1ll and Basketball 4 TLUt'lllll ihrcc y Q' 4 olee Club 2, Sf 4' MARIE A ANDERSON Collega Preparatorg Course Class Qecretary and Treabu er 2 German Club 4 Phrenomathlan MARJORIE BLAIR Lullqge Prcparatordx Course Baiketball 4 CLYDE C ANDERSON Lxceum Club l 3 4 Track 2 4 Gee Club 1 2 3 4 FRANCES E BLUROCK Ocmrul Course Phrenomarhnan l Glee Cluo 2 3 Tu Lnly fum 7 Y ' , , y , , 1 General Course l . , . 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'-Tp: TLQFP 14: ' -' ,,--: :IZZJ :14: Q7 :g :NT :,FTf ::5j :gf---r 1 -2fii"'f 'hqmwz 'XIAME Fleanor Xaughan Frank XX!1ll1st0n Nola Andruw A1111 Xoungc XV'1nd't xon Knttler Pqlmcr Peutc Thelmrt Nhifcr Iol1n Hfirxcx Kfltherme Beroch Lloxd L1 Londe Carr1e 'Nelxon Cecil Cadx The-reca Rooney Charles Holder AIIFOFI Potter R'lXlllOlld Xfm Attfi 'Vlrtrlc PILFLQ Ctrfiuc Xlsolfc I-red Schnutz Mareelle Raxmond Norah Nchnne Francs Kopm Margaret Brftce Clx dc Bott X em XX1lQon XX'1ll1rd Holl nbeclx Delmlr C1ldxxcll XX ulu Nlmtruck lethcr G r1rd Clarence Boxxmfxn Exerett Buchanfxn Emma Koblu Robert Bradxhaxx Maumee Fagan Ellzabeth Nlclilnlev Edxun Lftnderholm Robert DuBo1s Sue McKenna Dorothy McLane 1 untnr 0,1115-5 dlhmls PRESENT OCCUPATION IDEAL DOIIIQSIIC Sclence Bemg practlcal E'1t1ng c'1ndw Npcndmg, pi N money Xdoptmg, Frwhmen Xledxmungb Lookmg for N1b3l Omtorx Nelllng thing: Nzttm round Ntuclxmg On the run Bemg charnable B mg, penmxe Clgglrng Crmmng, Belng, calm I ng, 1 1 lm Chemng gum lJLutQch 6 Loolung mtelhgent XX l11 permg Pen and mltlmgs Econonuc reportn N1ng1ng Nohd Geometrx -X fordmg, Nllllllllg Bemh t Beln lazx Xcqturmg knowledge Loolung for Fllflgl Bexng luttenwh Belng dlgfllfled Posmg Groxxxng frecltle-Q Hunnng a man Trung to hoodxxlnk the faculty 11111117 4 ight Fannl Xlerrnt Farmer Ph1ll1pc Brooks lheda Bora Iohr Iicob Astor I llen Terrx Iohn Keits Cxcero lb Lnrn Butch Nhxloclt XX oodroxx XX 1lxon Xlaude B1ll1ng,t0n Booth Rolekmalnen lone -Xddamn Chirle Holder Pfaderux It Clllflt QITIPIIII IIllIllLllllL Pinlxhurxt ld1Xl Tarbtll Xo11 Htndenber Goldtloclu Frfiulem Norrls NO"lll XX eb ter Ir or ll Nlghtxngale Harrlxon F1 her Xlr Bqrrett 1 Xlr Nhutts Henrx rrqnct XX1llf1rd Theodom Roonexelt Rlp Xan XX1nl1le MN Xltolfe Audubon X rnon Cabtle Mont wort Nfipoleon Nlr Doolev Cleopfztra Queen Fhzabeth 1. , - - 1 . 1 A . 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F ltulzur y , K' 'X ', I .Tr , - . . V . N . N v'Y . . . , e . li? f' .' ' I ' ' . ' r. I ' ' ' 5 1 , ' ' ' . ,'., , . s ' I' .1' S ' A . ' ' - - 1 ' s V , - C X S ' -C . . 3 ' S S . . . ' ' s ' - I 1 7 x- - r ' x-- ys ce. e .., , . . . , . Q . D V . ' Vx . . . ig .. e c L e 5 .,. 4. .. 5 C, . A ' . , s 1 v . . . V - x . '- e - I . e V ' ' . 1 . v v v . I . . . . . , K .N L , . , - c 4 u - ' r I - 'n'A-'1 ' gflufuer Sophomore Ulla!-5 CLASS OFFICERS President Margaret Speer Vxce Presldent Phxllp Beal Secretary and Treasurer Vlola Studer Class Edltor Nestor Kopra Board of Control Member Moritz Schlmelpfenlg Class Colors Black and Gold Class Flower Rhododendron Class Motto Slow but Sure F ly P' Sergeant-at-Arms ........................ Vernon Bird 'nr Q -firm' ,4 wa' HEY? ui Y .- -A ... ... -. ff M -- -v -1 ... ,-.- .- ... ... ... W-ff Xxx Xkkx Xb XX W M I GG HN! 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U' Our scholarshxp has been commendable and we haue contrlbuted good maternal to the athletlc teams of the school XY hat was once the chamber of horrors IS now the ahode of pleasure for we all enjox our studles and hope that How ARDJ B1 Rx:-mvx ag l xi f lei if-sf? Q Tm? llflu 'E '9 6 s - x ', ' i , b 11 . C, X ' ' ei ' s x4 ' . x 1 u V . the hour of our graduation will approach slowly. Here's to the Class of 'IQY oim ' :2 """' ? "' . L :nr v P, -K 14 67- Q Q, , A X A. 1, .- ' Q H4 '- d w' fl K , -fs4v , Y? . -' 7 nw' e ' Qluiuvr gfreshttutxt Glass CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Albert Crawford Vlce Presrdent Florence Blurock Sergeant at Arms joseph Knapp Class Edltor Orm Boslar Class Colors Kelly Green and Pmk Class Flower La France Rose Class Motto Ever Strxvmg Never Txrmg Plflf 9 t" ' I H , l 5 Secretary and Treasurer ................. 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'7J H 'iELi'93-9 -ir H , W, 1: f N ,fm ' L 'I ' C SXXI-PT NI MPI-I OF SPRING I wandered up tl1e street one dax O11 mx return from town Tl1e xapor rose along the wax The un was shmmg down The heels were damp l1o111 meant showers The sldtwallts damp and sllek The sun had eome to greet the flowers And d1x the paxement hrlck rnoptt alonf xxnth umless 1 e I7 sad or glouehx mood it II OIIIICI flown plaxtd o Ll mx Ce xx t o tbles were mx oo I onlx knew I had tht b ues A mulled 111 the t wt I felt the Stung but dld re use I felt 1 touc.h upon IIIX arm And tu111ed III quuk sulprlse T ho tw is no pause to feel a arm 'Io gan lnto those ues 'Ihose sord1d f1ow11s I ou1cklx shed A mxlc l1t up mx ace FOI twas a mald who sofflx saxd Come walk wlth me a pace Not knowmg whx I tu1ned aslde And walked along wlth her She trnpped along close bx III, sxde And talked wrth pleasant a1r Her flowmg han of rlchest brown Her wmsome sparkllng exes Called out for n1e to leaxe the town And stroll beneath the skxes A stranger was thls n1a1d to 1ne XX ho hghtlx trlpped along And led n1e forth to Nature free To hear the sweet blrd s song The babblmg brook the fern beslde The rocks and water clear The trees above buds open w1de Sand Sprmg at last IS here She tr1pped along yet near to me, For she was ex erywhere Sweet Nymph of Sprmg had called on me To dr1xe away my care Hrrzm RT ANDERSOIN 111111 fum T 5 5 'xx L- 1 -I If -NWN h Q. x v 'ke L- .w g I 'xl 1 ,5 " 1' if paw IA . . 1, 1 . 1' - 'raw Il' 1' 1. 11 1 j f dl -, , . 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I V 1 ' I r . x , - Z 1 1 - ' Y 7 Y WHY HE XY AS SILENT It was a t1nv ylllage m New England conslstmg of but a few scattered houses and a store The store was naturally the center of attractlon Here all busmess was done and m the Wmter a group of men were always gathered around dlscussmg polmcs wh1le Ill Summer the porch of the store furmshed a perfect refuge from scoldmg wlves Here one warm Summer evenmg as usual a group of men were loungtng enyoymg a qulet evenmg smoke and swappm yarns Each one was boastmg of his bravery only to be outdone by the next one Each had narrated a thrlllmg experience ln whxch he was the hero tnat IS all but one small man ln a dark brown coat who sat m the corner llstenmg quletly a pecuhar smlle restmg on hls hps He was apparently a stranger and had been slttmg unobserxed durmg the conversatlon Wall Cy jones the storekeeper was saylng Hlram had bln gone fer a powerful long time and thmks I Whats a keepm htm? and so lf guts later and later and I got to worrym sort o luke an I started out to see what was the matter Wal I went along fer a while seem and hearm nothm when suddenly l look up and thar not mor m three yards away stood a whadd ye thmk a ba ar But I wasnt skeered noways and But here the excltmg narratxye vlas brought to a sudden close by a shrlll cry Shrlek after shrlek followed and lssumg apparently from the nexghbormg htlls The men looked at each other wlth terror strlcken faces No one moved or spoke untnl Cv arose and declared that he wasnt skeered noways and they could stay behmd lf they wanted to but he wa nt afraid to go and mvestlgate Lest he mxght seem cowardly m the eyes of hls comrades each one rose and announced hls wlllmgness to go By thls t1me the shrleks had dxmlmshed ln terror but when they had almost reached the hlll there broke forth a blood curdlmg yell followed by sharp screams ln raptd successxon Still they dld not return back but went steadlly All was quxet again when suddenly there was a low vroan and then a hollow uncanny call whlch was hardly human Thls was too much and wxthout a word each man turned and ran down the hlll as fast as he could go followed by a loud mocking laugh Fmally they reached the porch and looked at each other sllentlv and lt must be confessed a llttle shamefacedly But stxll they had failed ln thelr haste and frlght to observe a small man m a dark brown coat who had remalned all the tlme on the porch and who strange though lt may seem showed 10 slgns of fear or even astontshment but the ame pecuhar smlle was on hrs ltps and his eyes twlnkled merrily 'if 2 1: The next day the stranger left the ullage leaving nothlng behmd hum except a small white card wtth these words GEORGE NI BAEHNI VENTRILOQUIST I-11111111 , -s , v .I H nl H A - . . 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"-' up THE l-ORD There once was a man who drd thrngs just rrght Hrs offrce was always a most perfett srght But when he grew trred and seemed a brt bored He took rn the arr rn hrs lrttle black Ford The Ford rt rs sard was the prrde of hrs heart And of every mornrng he spent a great part ln cleanrng and scourrng and tnakrng rt shrne ln thrs occupatron he wasted much trme The Ford was a wonder at clrmbrng steep hrlls And he neyer worrred about hrs gasolrne brlls At nrght thrs man dreamed of hrs lrttle machrne A more perfect one he neyer had seen Our hero yyas only a man after all For what should he do but rn loye rashly fall For she 11.15 an angel rn hrs estrmatron Excelled by Fords only rn hrs admrratron Thrs grrl was a nrarden of uncertarn age And she yyas consrdered by matrons qurte sage ln choosrng a hu band You see she had none And that rs the reason she had so much fun lt was a brrght mornrng rn sunny july Our hero arose yyrth sprrrts most hrgh And made up hrs torlette wrth parnstakrng care Nor drd he neglect to curl hrs red harr Wrth sprrrts elated he droye to her door Now she had not seen hrs h arts prrde before So he would surprrse her O what would she say 'J Wrth those happy thoughts he was carrred away just then she enrerged on the scene wrth a smrle A smrle that yyas sweet and tould harbor no gurle Good day yyas her greetrng as he rarsed hrs hat And then she exclarmed O just look at that' That queer lrttle wagon out rn the street Why Mr Hann drd you eyer see such a treat Her frnger he tolloyy ed wrth a look of surprrse The Ford was the one thrng that held hrs eyes That s my machrne was hrs dazed reply If you dont lrke rt I dont see why A srlvery laughter greeted hrs ears And there she was smrlrng through her tears I now see the reason dear srr she exclarmed For your sudden confusron Trs qurckly explarned How very embarrassrng for an unmarrred man To be steerrng a baby carrrage O Mr Hann' Crecrirm TENNIY I- :flu ' 3 , 1 ' . y 1 - a v M 1 y 1 9 r 1 r Q ' V , Y VV . , . . 5 1 . 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V . - - -v 1- A " A -xi.l' VILLAGE l-lAPPl-NINGS lBemg xarlous ehppmgs from the Busy Bee J januarv 3 We note that the holtdaxs are now over and as our esteemed netghbor S1 Smlth saxs lts oxer ttll rt comes agam We are enjoymg a tolerable amor nt of saow there bemg accoreimg to latest reports about four feet january 10 Mxrandx jones had qurte an accldent the other day so we hear jun Petkms has a toboggan llde oxer it Break Neek Hlll for whleh he eharge Ill eents per sllde busme be n vowel Muandx eame llon wlth er arms full ol bundles bemg on her wax home from the enty and wanted to have a rtde Mrrandx being, rather stout jlm sald as how he didn t thmk she ought to u she was bound to as she thought the tlde would help her on the wav We are orrx to relate that she dtdnt haxe su h 1 pleasant trnp as she ealeulated s e sllpped off the sled on the wu down and lost het paekages We hope she as recovered anuarx lf A erowd of our xoung folk eoaststmg of Hepslbah nnpson o Henderson Hlram Dobbs Br1dgetMurphx and Hmk jone evperleneed a narrow escape last week The alorementloned were coastmg on Break Neck and the last tlme down the Pralrte Dog frelght came along the rallroad bemg at the foot of the hxll and they went between the wheels He says he thmks tts luckx a tram hasnt as many wheels as a centtpede has feet january 24 Peter Punk a member of the rlsmg generatxon got a new palr of skates for Xmas and he says he s been learning to skate over at the Mull Pond jxmmle Smlth says as how he followed Peter up and counted 30 stars that he made on the clear surface of the M P the flrst day March 28 The edltor wishes to announce that he wlll accept anythmg that he can Eat wear drmk or burn on subscrxptlon for thus paper Aprll 4 S1m Slmson s httle daughter Sarah rec lved qulte a scare xester day whzle she was ln judge Hardtack s grocery store buymg some sugar for her Ma As we all know the judge bemg rather bald wears a Wlg and as he was dlppmg out the sugar lf shpped off Sarah thmkmg he had lost has head ran screammg out the door lt took a good whlle to convlnce her that the judges head was safe FROM OUR FUNNY COLUMN ane Have you heard the latest newsff rm No what IS ng ane Why they are golng to have shoemakers m the candy hops next year tm 'Shoemakers' What For jane To shoe lshool the flles Auron: Potter P11111 ul ll e e J , ' v- N I Qi 4- C 1 g x 5 t . , ea e. e - e 4 . 1 1 1 V 3 EA f' ty Xe W ' ' X l v . v ' I s ' 1 H 1 W 1 . . 4 . ,. 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I , S.. j11ST AN ADMIRER People haxe called old Dad XX xtherspoon eyerythmg from lunatlc to mlser and wlthout reason Nobody remembers how or when he flrst came to Mayton Nobody knows anythjng about hxm except that he as a wrmkled lnttle old man wlth sxlyer halr and beard whose ey es blue as the XX estern sky are forever twmklmg lnke two merry llttle stars and that hjs tjme m May ton has been spent m jest adm1r1n' Very early each mornlng Dad sets out along the road It IS always the almless little road that curyes llstlessly and lmgers delxghtfully under axenues of shady cottonwood and by old xxorn out meadows lt 18 at one of the e meadows that Dad stops and cllmbs upon a fence post totterlng wnth age Here with a soft llttle yxhrstle upon hls llps he awajts the commg of the sun Sees old Bald Top ruse to me t the nascent rays watch s every dev fllled butter cup lnft 1ts golden head hears the opemng symphony of the meadow larks and robms and 1 happy If you eye: pa s there at thus tune but of course you wont people seldom do however lf you should happen to pass then or at mjd afternoon when the whole meadow hums mth drowsy contentment or when the shadows are begun nnng to lengthen and the heaxen ls flushed by the partmg caress of the sun you wlll fund Dad XX ltherspoon there You wlll speak kmdly to mm and at your questlon he will reply that he js jest admlrln jest only admlrm' And you wxll long remember the twmkle m hls eyes Now Oh lf you want to sec Dad now you must follow the wandermg llttle road and there slttlng on the fence post you wlll fxnd hum as always jest admlrln Some day when 'iamt Peter looms oyer Dad Wltherspoon s record he wlll be fllled wjth thankfulness for at last a bemg who has jest admlred DoRo1HY MCLANE I :flu mjhl .. -- VV 'X 1 V I V . V V ' . -. L ' ' , ' lt- ' ' " -, N . V V 1 ' - ' V . . ' - ' . ' , , X ' ' Q ' ' - -. 7 -A ' gs s V- - - ' , . . r .5 . . Y . . ' D ' V - D V v ' . , s., X ., ., - . . . ' , . , . , Q '. V . . Q. . H , , 4 ' X ' V ' V s 1- ' , V - V' f ' - - I . ' t V, '- s V ' s V . . ,- 1 V ' c ' . U. . . .V V Q Y . . .V V . . 3 ' V su V - ' . V 1 - V s X, , I . . . V H. V - ' . V . ' Y . V , . . . - tt- - :V - .1 4 4 IA LET I TH ' ICS , IIIIIIIIZIFQ uf 'rltv fg7P2I5L11I C D POLINIC Alhlelrc Coach I-ellows we plamd me won md xw lot We xy thun ill wg hid here Q to our cofuh max he be wth nn nut wabon XY ell be mth hnn Captam Nhnftger Young, Bennett Shattuck Nor ren Custard WllklHS Anderqon Cady Bluanb Skonmg lmpm Studer Prlm rclptiml lftclvlff Ailx Slmxlxg lf Captam Elmt llll FOOTBALL TE 'XM 1 :.lLCtI S11 I Fun 4B1lll Pr e C D P0111 1 1 Left Fnd tt 'td Taclxlu L Rxgllt Left Luft GLl'1I'C.l Guird Left Tackle nt Rlghf H1ltb.1L Left Hiltbulx 1-ullbaulx Qulrt l'blLIx ,. . l , I 5. 'W f ..! " 's. 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'. ..........,............,..... . . ...........,.. 1 e '11 Aullz' JOHN SKONIINL, 11 Captain elect tol '1 xt xears team possesses the ldeal quallfles of a foot ball leader from the cleats of his shoes to his raxen locks he IN exerl meh 1 1 ter j c halls from Indiana thl IQ hls IIISI lear on the team but remarkable xxas his work that he was elected Captain XXILLIANI PRICE IC Blll IS a small man who plays a full g.,10vlr1 game XY hen Father Tlme dealt Chapel a knock out blow Bill was shifted to 'ull Hls work throughout the season was exceptlonallx DFIIIIHUI fOI Blll hits a llne llke a 49 centimeter XX ILLIAM LACKAI I lt Dutch turned out for football late II the eason but he soon got on steady at quarter Dutchs beadwork pulled 11s out of mam a tlght hole Dutch IQ one of those plaxers who s alvlaxs ln the game glxlng all he has and taklng exerxthlnq tllat comes his wax CI-CIL CADE l Cadx ls probablx one of the nelxlest plax ers that exer donned fi QUIT for V H S This I9 Cadx s IIINI xeal 'lt tootball CI ARI- NCE NORGRI-'N PIUIICN tol the IIIILIILIN vlllo llc LI 17X lbout 111111 IWLLIIINL h '11 get the Il xxltl out '1 'addel Red dld the ILIIIIIIIL, this ical XX ALTFR BI NINFTT lo t IS aso IIIOIIILI of 'IIILI Times xetelans L11 t is outh he tlaxed at end Ille old bleu oot IN '1 beal at breaklng up lnter ference CLARFNCF STLDFR I6 B lue me I am 1 IWLCII at taekl 1 g Thls speaks for itself This was Studers tlrst attempt at toothall Studer saxed V H S IKIOIII being scored upon several times during the eason by h1 spectaeular tackllng PHILIP CUSTARD lb Phll lomed the squad last Fall and made good from the start Phll halls from Sara and IS a regular Dutch republic all bl himself when he gets het up ALVIA YOUNG lf Young played his flrst football this xear He played end and spent the rest of this time keeping up ln his subjects I oung s speed made hlm a xaluable man at spearlng passes S111 ' , . - . X 1 QACA. .V . in A: W N L . N - f'gh , " a'k" 'Q ' 3 's I 3 ,if j A 1 . so Q - w ,, I , H . , , " " . 'z X se - . . - , . - 1 - I . . . .P I. ' "C V- Af I U A 1 I . i - , - , .17 "Red" always has a job. When he is not playing football he is picking ' ' IT ' ' z'1"z .fl " "z Se ect. lf' Il "5 c 1 I.. U X H i N D J -. "xc 1. 'tWal " l: 1 1' "F.t 1' ' 'N -' 1. Whe "Wal " wa: fl y X x .11 X . ' I "' 1 -.II- " 'Q I - x ' L ' - " cl'1'1 , 1 1. ' 1 ily." : . '. 1 . . ' .i ' s . A 's Q ' ' . ll - 1' - ' .. ' lv It i' p P x . . - . . . 4 f. u . Q S V ' y-Iwo WESLEY SHATTUCK. '17 "Shat" hails from Gresham. When Young had to drop football on account of his subjects. A'Shat" was the man of the hour. "Shat" is no speed king, but 'fall things come to him who waits." ALBERT MOORE, '18 "All" is only a Soph. But with speed to burn and an lrishman's disposition to mix. "Al" will be a "comer" next year. DEAL WILKINS l8 Dee played guard this xear until boils and an injured knee kept him out of the game RAT MOND VAN ATTA lf Ditty played at half in the first two games but he could not get a permit so he was unable to finish the season We lost in him one of the scrappiest and most consistent ground gamers ERNEST MAC FARLANE 16 Mick play ed quarter on second team until grabbed by Coach Polmg for a first team end He play ed a good consistent game and was alxx axs there to put the pep into the team THE SUBS lt is easy enough to praise and honor the man who succeeds and in honoring him we are sometimes inclined to forget the fellow who had made possible that success Too often is this exident m the attitude we assume toward the substi tute In gluing homage to our first teams we fail to remember what the sub has done We dont know about the long hours of hard practice the cracked ribs and peeled shins which too often are his only reward Lets dont forget that it is the sub that makes possible the first team He may never make a star himself but if he doesnt someone else will largely through his efforts just remember that without subs we could have no first team SCORES OF SEASON OF l0l Washington H N S S Oregon City Washougal Oregon Cm Camas Astoria McMinnville V H S scored 88 points during the season to her opponents Slxlu ' Y . 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Q 73. 4 -llzrev 'Nleyer before was there such entnusrasm and support shown as there was t rs year Fyery nrght there were three or more full teams out Thrs also rs the frrt trme rn the hrstory of V H S where the age lrmrt caused so many to become rnelrgrble Terrrl Chapel Bennett and MacFarlane were all drsqualrfred because of then a e The frrst two were captarns Sexen of last years football men vsrll graduate rn june But Captarn elect Skoarng rs rn hrgh sprrrts and rf he gets any support at all next Fall he wrll haye just as strong a team as he had thrs year The frrst ga ne of the season was w rt1 XX ashrngton Hrgh School We were no matcn for our hea rer opponents they yxaltzed through u at the trme of 37 0 The next game was wrth the Washrngton State School for the Deaf lrrce cored a touchdovrn atter the trrst rx mrnutes of play Thrs game ended rn a drspute rn yxhlch V H S retrred from the freld Six to nothrng was the result of tre game between Oregon Crty H S and V H S We played at Oregon C rty The treld at one end was a solrd mass of rock at the other a sea ot mud and water The folloxyrng Saturday Washougal was our guet We trrmmed XX H S 60 Txyo weeks later we brought Oregon Crty up here O C H S brought a brg band of rooters but therr rooters and players were helpless agarnst our team and rooters XX hen the frnal curtarn dropped the score stood 20 O rn our favor The hardest fought game of the eason was wrth Camas Camas slrpped a touchdovyn to us early rn the frrst half and retarned the lead through the frrst half Betwe n haly es Coach Polrng gaxe the team a regular Vrlla and Carranza reyolutron combrned He dealt them somethrng much hotter than Chrle Con Carne Hrs lrttle speech had tts effect The team came back next half and fought lrke a band of mad men and drd not stop frghtrng as long as a black and red sweater stood up They secured two touchdowns rn that half wrnnrng by the score of 13 6 We played Astorra rn a sea of mud after a hard day s Journey The score hows the result 24 2 The last game of the season was play ed wrth NlcMrnnv1lle We had McMrnn yrlle outclas ed from the xery start The frnal score was 20 0 Srzlu four , v ' 3 V A - K . - e e . , h' as, , . 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A-, , 1 Basketball Fxrsl Team lb Baseball Flrst Team I6 Si.rIy-viylzl SEBALL NCHI DULIH OP NLABON SIIIIIIIIJIU uf HIL SLQIELTII BASEBALL C ftpt un Xlanager BASI1BALL TILAM Prlcc lcaptamm Bellsle Honar' 'Nlorgren Nkomnb Xlunger Battk Nmrth -Xdama Oiborne Xb rllmm Prtee Robert Smnth Catcher Putcher Pltcher Frrst Base becond Babe xhortstop Thnrd Ln t Center Rlght Date -Xprll 90 Aprtl Oo xprll 70 X ix 't 1 N ax X ax N ax 'N a 1x N ax 'N at Open Open Open Opponent I-ranltlxn Noldlera XY ashotwal I-ranltlm Forest Groxe leffereon Forest Grote XX 'lNl10llg'1l Ieffemon e ,ot 1 late Start thtw eaxon 1 the tam pruented am 16 practlee and moat of the NXOTROLIIQ xxere held m the gxm XX here Plax ed N ancoux er X ancouxer XX lshougll Portl md X ancouxcr Portland ForeQt Groxe X ancoux L r X ancoux er Babe Fteld Fleld Fleld the ftrat four gameq rlaxed thte tear vue managed to vm one Thue deteltx are due to the IHLXLPLIILHLL of the pl new Onlx Captatn Ptlee Nlotgren and Smtth 'ue left from laat mar s team Coaeh Polmg and Captam PFICS are xxorkmg hard to whip then team mto xhape Thex hoth are 1r hrgh Qplrlt team Thu expeet to gather e eloxex Captam PYICS Smlth and Adam thrs xear Coach Pollng wth th1Q l11"1ChlTlC next xear Sf zvvnly and haxe a xe x opttmlettc new of then' majorm of the gamex before the season are the onlx th ee men los' by graduatlon lme of men ought o put out a wmnmg 5 i . . , ,. .. , , L I .....4........,,....,... -- ..4.........,.........,, - ' 5 A Y .......,.. ,,.. ..,.. , . ..-.....-................. 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Y KRQQ W x I Ewrlx LETTER MFN Alxm Young Cwptam Pohng., Coach btudur TOIITU, H1xQl1p Cildxxdl 'Nnrroxx Moore, Nor rtn Iltchtxeld Lindtrholn Punts upc, 1 xarlahlx t x up gxnrx tune xxc haw 1 tratk mtet 1 I-rlday Aprll 30 lI'l the mnet xxxth I'I'lITlxllfl he bollcd out NO mthxmfixtxuillx that lf was necessary to Call off the meet The followmg Saturdax Max 0 the mutt wxtn Lmtoln the old oner xxu on the Joh 'ind the ment had to h dlNC0TltlflUCd b fore lt xxax ox tr In both thwe mecw V H S han won hx Q larg m'110r1tx We are exuep tnonftllx strong nn all cxentx fxupt the dxitantp thu xcar All our dlstancn nun an xnexpetlnmnd hut next xcar x Q upset thu n to do the xxmnln L tmngulflr must 1 to he held 2 Rld cfmltl h xc I' XX axhougal and Rldgdneld xxlll compttg tot countx Ch'lITTI,lO"lNhlP We lose Studu Lltuhhnld Lamph ll 'md Curtm hx graduatxon thu xeftr MHTQWQR ATHLET C-'TS I xft XO xfsiks fxr 'r '93 2 uf' T .....,,A-. -ue-.1-v """"" 'N is l""'f"' 39' 65 1 S 'S41'1lIflIl,Illt "Old j 'fl' I' "txt: " X 'H 1' ' U 'X 'E 2 " n' 1 M O1 . 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K- Zvi F z ir- Q I 'il i .J Qgvirrvhf ' 4, x , V-I V f- Af- :v .JH4 GIRLS BASKFTBALL V H S not only develops her boys along athletuc lunes but also her gurls Many a hotly contested game was wutnessed un the gym thus year The pre ent senuor class team have been unterclass champuons for four years The team us compo ed of Cathey Campbell Wulson Blaur Lampert and Rantord The fu t three nauned haye played on the team throughout theur enturc hugh school career IVIuss Cathey was for three years elected captaufu of the fur t team and tyyo yea lected captaun of the class games Wuth the graduatuon of these gurls theur loss wull be sorely felt on the hugh school furst team For ney er un the hustory of V H S dud three gurls make suuch a remarkable uecoud as these gurls have done They are heady fast and consust ent players and Nluss Bachtell coach of gurls basketball wull haye the tume of her lufe to full up the gap that these gurls leave on V H S s furst team GIRLS INDOOR BASEBALL Fach cla s us represented un u'udoor baseball The Freshmen are knovun by the name of Orange Soy the Sophonores Red Sox the junuors Whute Sox and the Senuors Gre n Soy These ganues are hotly conte ted and full of tught More unterest and enthu suasm are hoyyn un thus game than eyer before Each day that there us a game each class us well represented by a large bunch of loyal supporters and a yell leader Fyery member of the class champuonshup team us to receuye a numeral The Board of Control now apportuons money to be expended for gurls ath l tucs as well as boys A greater number of gurls now take adyantage of theur NEXX PHASI' OF ATHLLTICS IN V H S Intramural ou unterclass athletucs un Vancouyer Hugh School durung last year has en ploy ed uuuuch larger nu nbers un all branches of athletucs than under the unter cuola tc plan of pa t years The day of deyelopung star athletucs us oyeu says Coach Polung yyho us yyell pleased wuth the new system Durung the football eason fufty sux boys took part un furst second and unter class gauuues and at no tume yyere there less than three full teanus un practuce In the suxteen untercla s games of basketball suxty four boys played and e fuust team d yeloped last year unto the best teaun un years In botn thcs acuuyutues the Senuors after hotly contested affrays yvon e much coveted cla s champuonshup In basketball each class teaun played sy gauuues XX hule un football each cla s teaun played at least one game In the other actuyutues track bas ball undoor baseball and tennus at least one hundred contestants haye entered and the competutuon has been keener than ever b fore At the bug unterclass track meet on Aprul 7 the l6ers won rabbung 41 pou ts scorung one pount oyer theur nearest ruvals the Sophomores and two over the junuors Thus scheme as trued out un everal of the colleges un the country has suc ceeded so well un Vancouyer Hugh School that tlse day of specualuzung on a few athletes us past accordung to Coach Polung and efforts wull be expended to develop the unany S u uulu f ut S M . . . . I I I I . . ' . 'rs ' u 1 ' . 'J ' S ' ' rs e. , ' . . b . . . . I . . V A I . . y I U . . 5 - s -x - ' w , '- , ' e R x. 5 S I , .L , I 4 V .g ' u m y - 1 S . 5 g I 'VM K . V K . wonderful opportunity' and the results derived are marvelous. , . , . ' . u y' L 1 . ' ' ' ssl S i 5 ' ,. " ' ' ' - ' 3 'Q 1 '-H N r . U u bs ' l 1 l . S ., V- .y v . . X V . - 5 M . I X . . D ' ss , e Q f- ' ' . th ' ae " V ' Q ' ' , f th s, ' 5 ' . . .L 4' JJ 1 f' ' ' . - s . Tl 1 e ' , -, , . . S . I - . V . I . . . fu' H' I- fu I' lntelcla s Track Champions Senlor lnlerclans Cmsa Countrv Cldampxons umor lnlerclnxs Baseball Champxons unmr lnterclass Gnls Basketball Champion: Senior lnlerclass Football Champions Senior X H S Second 1-cam Baslu-llpall lnterclass Baflcellrall Champions Scnmr Stl' 5 4 '. . T . ' I 'J V ." M1111-jim' 'L'I1fll-Si X G N Zffm .fwmgk mx X f X kg ly'-4 x W XE ml ml! 2 LJ t X J CXWIL X3 X 1 fs? F X fi- , LK XX 0 O Q O 4 N XS x 1 X . r. , f - f 3 . ' xxgk X9 ,, ' . 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W Hmmm W '62-'LX qw M0111 I ,, nf 4 Musik ummulrlk fm N f F T'1QM'5ffgf if 7 wwf X I SOCIETY The busy soclal season of 15 16 was opened by the Freshman mltlatlon A costume party was held 1n the gymnasium and after bemg mltlated mto the mysteries of hlgh school the Freshxes were glven a good tlme Many cleyer make ups were seen but Mlss Mlldred Marsh as the Deaf Lady took the prlze wxth Mxss Norrls a Red Cross nurse accompanled by two yyar suffer rs a close second The Senior party was a shabby genteel ball where lace curtam trams peacock feather head dresses and much bargain cou1ter jewelry was IH evldence The usual games were play ed the speclal feature of the evenlng belng an auctxon of glrls for supper Everyone had a gay evenlng The JLIHIOFS a sembled for a mock banqu t on Halloween Merrlly they bobbed for apples pursued ghosts and foretold the future wjth mystic mlrrors generally carrylng out the tradrtxons of spooky Halloween after wh1c1 the banquet was held ln great state and formallty On the nmeteenth of November the Sophs had thexr annual party m the gym whlch was beautlfully decorated m cla s colors orange and black But alas alack' Whlle they merrlly played games some cruel marauders stealthlly crept m the well proylded kjtchen and removed eyery yestlge of the eats The hungry Sophs were forced to rald the nearby store to qulet the pangs of hunger Mr Dorlands kmdness whereby the hlgh school enjoyed a receptlon at the Qolumbla Hotel was hxghlv apprecxated The students were royally treated different kmds of amusements to please all bemg provlded mcludlng cards dancmg and a specnal mu :cal program Dehghtful refreshments were served and all thought eyenmg most enjoyable Freshmen mmattorl for ll1ldyS2ll scholars yyere held ln me afternoon near the beglnnmg of the new s m ster school hours bexng hortened for the event JOIN! meetlngs of the Phre tomathlan and Lyc um clubs haye occurred once a month the last emester The flrst meet1ng was noted s a leap year affalr which caused much merrtment A mock trlal my olymg th heart history of a promlnent Phren member and the pocketbook of a Lyceum boy vyas a feature of the second meeting After thls games were play ed aid damty refreshments sery ed Perhap the most enjoyable eyent of the year for the Senlors was when Mr and Mrs Broyyn and Mr Herrlck ntertamed at the Brown home on Thursday and Frjday February 24 and 25 The mam eyent of entertamment was a dlcker and the hrewdne s exhlblted by the youthful traders m attempting to corner the market yycxe yery amusing Many novel games were played after whlch a dellclous collatlon yyas seryed One only needed to hear the buzzing 1n the Senior roll room for the next day or two to know how they appreclated thexr good time Well well' Dld I hear you say you werent at the CHTHIVHIO Of course vou were and so was eyeryone lse on hand Narch lf l9l6 Some vaud vllle stunts m the Audltormm flrst where the Pajama Glrl won fame and the Funnv Female Band r ndered a number ot exceedingly melodtous selectlons, and then to the gvm where a multltude of sjde shows and yenders of pop cones and candy wheedled the croyyd mto buymg thelr wales Perhaps the greatest hut was the Turkjsh Harem where lmported Orlental b autles langulshed and grae ful Fatima danced My' We must not forget the Phren sleigh rrde' Durmg the reign of jack Frost the gjrls betook themselves ln bob sleds to th Hyland home where a light lunch was soon dlsposed of Such '1 small event as gettmg lost m tne unknown maze of the junctlon Wllderness marred not at all the glrls enjoyment of the Cvenlrlg S01 nlu ugh! x x' N . , , Y A H - V . - , M , , . , . - c , f e , ' .4 -U vv ' ' Y Y , l. 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If' -gffi 45:5 gf? :iz Say ..-f ip-I -,- 1215 2-- 1- A ..:, -,. .Z - ki: ZL: 1-1? -f.. :jf 7+ ff- f-- 5:7 1 3 'nlg-nim' LYCEUM CLUB Thls IS the boys ltterary and debate SOCIGIX sxmllar to the Phrenomathtan of the gurls lt holds tts meettngs exerx Thursday exenmg at the hugh school lt lb composed of a large and enthustastlc membershtp that endeavors to gam beneflt and tmproxement from the club Offxcers FIFSI Semester Galen Lttchfteld presxdent Delmar Caldwell vxce prestdent Clarence Studer secretarx Robert Smtth treasurer Wm Robm son sergeant at arms Francls Kopra and Marcel Rotschx censors Nlr Herrick cr1t1c Second Semester Clarence Studer prestdent Francls lxopra vice pres: dent Lawrence Curtm secretarx Russell Bowers treasurer Edxun Landerholm sergeant at arms Calen Lxtchfleld and Delmar Caldwell een ors Mr Herrxck crlttc PHRENOMATHIAY The grrl lttetarx soctetx commorlx known as Phren has just passed a most sueeesstul xear The gtrls ann zs betterment along the hnes of debate oratorx and knowledge ot cur ent tomcs 'Vleetmgs are held exert Wednesday at the school The offtcers for the llrst semester vtere Ceceha Tennx prestdent Nlarxon trude Nlclrwm sergeant at arms and Nlrs Sterltng cr1t1c Second Semester Cecelta Tenm presldent Thelma Shaefer xtce prest dent Florence Exans secretarx Gladxs Ktes treasurer Doreen Shauenbarger sergeant at arms 'Vl1ss Daxtdson crmc THE FRESHMAN ENGLISH CLUB lnstead of studwmg Enghsh the ordtnarx way the Lower Freshmen have a club carrted on accordmg to rules of parltamentarx lavt 'Ihex have a president elected every two weeks to prestde over each daw s meetmgs Newer however ts the unfmxshed bustness or regular lesson forgotten STUDENT BODY Thts organlzatlon ts mad up of all regular students of the htgh school each havmg an equal volce 1n tts affatrs The object ts to regulate and control all acttxtttes of the student body as a whole lts officers for thts tear were Presldent Robert Smtth Vtce Presldent Thelma Shaefer SCCFCIHFB Clarence Studer Treasurer VINIHH Hlghland Sergeant at Arms Besste Walch I' IQIHII . - f V V 1 Y Y . . , .-e ' ' . 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' :v,:.' ?,L".T1:: 54'-,TE Ekivr ::1E: gl-1"-f' :,-5 E:-, ...:,,f, 5:- 9-532 5.11 1' Q. .FLZEZ E-1:: 2 -5"" ER E E252 Ubi? zQ:': 9.54 52-4 .. -4 S"7',E F1222 ,-..- :.:"""' gal? tm:-V: IE- 1 I-Ti' 92-2 f .... 23:41- .,- .ae D ASSEMBLY SINGS Some day m the year 1940 or thereabouts when you are old and grav and accomplished when you have about flfteen chlldren fawnlng upon you when your expenses are greater than vour Income and when the cat on your back fence ts trying to compete wlth the new wlreless phonograph In the next apart ment then oh how sweet twlll be to gaze mto vour samtary ash tray and thmk of the good tlmes you used to have ln old V H S when the whole student body burst mto song and fxlled the atmosphere wlth melancholy strams of Damty Moon Malden and some of those other old stand bys And whlle you are thmk mg thusly your wrmkled brow will be rellexed as you remember the famous Ladies Band But I need say nothmg of thls tt speaks for Itself V H S ORCHESTRA Brgger and Better Than Ever Before IS truly the watchword of the V H S Orchestra whlch under the supervlslon of Prof j R Kmght has attamed the dlzzy number of twenty seven pleces and a superewtcellent effxclency One wlll readily belleve thus upon glancmg over the names of the numbers many of whom are well known muslclans whom we love to hear FIRST VIOLIN Vtola Cram ford Vzrtuoso Genevleve Rowley Helen Leathers Alberta Potter Dorothy McLane MANDOLIN Leslie Wise FIRST CORNETS Thomas Harlan George Taft SECOND CORNETS Mr Lancaster Oscar johnson DRUMS Bert Campbell Donald Sharp SECOND VIOLIN Maman Palmer Alda Hudelson Helen Grxfflth Bellman johnson PIANO Aurora Potter ORC-AN Vera Ox erly 4S5l.Sftd hx C -X Sundborn Clftrmet I VI Hlllllh Trombone F Lumsteg Ctllo L foemes Cello Lrglllu nm .4 H ' v y . vw 4 1 v v , . . . . ,,,,. 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C , - . tl CLFL CLUBS The most dehghtful llTLlSlLal event of the year was glxen Frldax exenlng Aprll I4 ln the V H S Audltorlum Thls was the seventh annual Hlgh School Concert given bx the Glee clubs asslsted by the V H S Orchestra the Hlgh School Quartette the Vlohn Quartette the Plano Quartette and last but not least the world famed prlma donna Mme jeanne jomelll The school was exceedingly fortunate ln securmg the SCFVICCS of the enchantmg grand opera singer whose name and fame are knovtn to all of us The responslblhty for the entlre concert rested upon Prof I- C Leath r and we all know how ably he carrled lt out From the begmnlng of the term the Glee Clubs had been faithfully prat tlclng thelr speclal numbers to be glxen at the concert and the program thus vear contalned the cream of hlgh school talent both m lndlvldual and chorus work SFVFNTH ANNUAL CONCFRT lCnxen by Vancouver Hlgh School l PROGRAM Hunglrlln llxnc Hrah ns lb Apple Blossoms Roblrts X H 5 Orchestra Plano Solo Concert Arabesques .Sim rss lux tht BL1llIlflll Blut llmubt Aurora Potter Chorus XX alxt XX xltc Wake hum 5311 Ho Punt We Loxe V H S V H S Chorus Mandohn Solo 0 c Is Callmf, Leslie XX lsc Yo hx lllattx Xancouxer Hugh School Quartette Cornet Solo My Nong of Songs Smzth Harxcy Terrlll Vocal Solo Amarclla llumt Aleda Cravl ford Xlolln Obllgato VIOIH Crawford Vlohn Solo Spanlsh Dance Rthttld C nexlexe Rowley Pllno Quartctt Dance lzcossfuse Baku First Plano C-ladxs KILS Helen Kles Second Plano Mlldrtd Pegg Ceceha Tennex Vocal Duet Creol Sxung Song Dtn z Aleda Crau ford Charles Hold r Vlohn Quartette Slumber Song Sthunzann GETICXICVL Rovllcy Vlola Cravltord Helen Leathers Dorothy McLane. 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The bill opened with the neyer to be forgotten Songs of lreland sung by Miss joe Brackett followed by Drs Killem and Skinem from the war zone in which Ernest McFarlane and Walter Bennett performed marvelous surgical feats upon joe Dye the strong man Viola Crawford followed yyith well played yiolm selections The Big Three B Moore Trombley and Otis White sang melodiously and were followed by the locally famous Pink Pajama Girls flye luscious maidens clothed in dainty pink silk pajamas ruby lips and bobbing curls danc ng and singing The chorus girls were Clyde Betts Clifford Munger Robert DuBois Don Watson and Albert Crawford The girls share headliners place with That Funny Female Band under the peerless leadership of Arline Scanlon who waved her broomstick baton furiously at her smartly uniformed musicians Mildred Pegg, Viola Crawford Marian Palmer Oscar johnson Bob Smith Hulda Campbell and Grace Crandall THF jUNlOR PLAX ln order to raise money to feed the Seniors the juniors put on Our Boys a three act comedy Friday May o in the High School Auditorium The settings yyere a conservatory in the tyyo acts furnished with wicker furniture and with plenty of yines and flowers The final act took place in a London garret The cast which was coached by F M Furuset was Sir G offry Champneys a County Magnate Perkyn Middleyyick a Retired Butterman Charles Mlddleyyiclt His Non Kempster Champney s Butler Poddles Middleyyicks Butler Violet Melrose an Heiress Mary Melrose Her Poor Cousin Clarissa Champneys Sir G offry s Sister Belinda a London Lodging House Slave Music was furnished between acts by the with Dorothy McLain as leader X mt Ill lu john Hary ey Robert DuBois Bert Campbell George Hilstrom Willard Hollenbeck Eleanor Vaughn Helen Leathers Margaret Brace Anna Luch junior High School Orchestra Y - Y - ., H . . ,, . . ! 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X 0f5A!'.F Dvlmie Kwzus Donald Watson Clarence Studer Russel Bowers Galen Lltchneld Clara Cole Frank Williston John Harvey l awrence Curtin N rluly foul , X W 1 s n v v n - DEBATF AND ORATORY The Vancouyer Hugh School entered a countv d bate league whlch IN made of teams from Wasnougal Rtdgefleld Camas and Vancouver Fach hlgh school was to enter four teams two on the afflrmatne and two on the negatlve of the quesnon Resolved That the Monroe Doctrme Should Be Dtscontmued Van couver however declded to enter tour teams rn order to glye more a chance two teams to debate Washougal and another two to debate Rldgefueld and to choose the four best to debate Camas Slxteen students appeared at the flrst meetmg but thus number had de creased to eleven by the day set for the try out whlch was held on the stage january 20 Mr Reeves and Mr Herrick acted ln the capacxty of judges and Mrs Sterlmg was chatrman The followlng result was obtamed Mlss Clara Cole Donald Watson and Lawrence Curtm tied for the hrst three places Galen Lntchfleld and Russell Bowers recelved the same number of votes and ned for rourth and flfth places The others wer chosen ll1 the order named Clarence Studer john Harvey and Frank Wllllston Mlss Clara Cole and Lawrence Curtm were to take the negatlve agamst Washougal and Russel Bowers and Donald Watson handled the afflrmattve for the same debate The negatlve for the next debate lay m the hands of john Harvey and Frank Wllllston whale Clarenc Studer and Galen Lltchfleld had charge of the affirmative lt was dectded that Mr Reeves and Mlss Davidson should coach the afflrmatlve teams whlle the negatrve were placed ln the hands of Mrs Sterlmg and Mr Herrtck The fxrst debate was held February 15 when Vancouver and Washougal recelved the same number of judges votes as Donald Watson and Russel Bowers and were defeated at Washougal and Clara Cole and Lawrence Curtm succeeded ln defeating Washougal on the home stage Vancouver had hard luck ln the debate agamst Rldgefteld as Frank WIIIISIOH and john Harvey were defeated at Rldgefleld and Clarence Studer and Galen Lltchfleld were treated m a lxke manner on the local stage Thus was the second debate and was held March I Up to thxs trme Vancouver had but flve judges votes the only debate won was that agamst Washougal by Mtss Clara Cole and Lawrence Curtm Two yotes were recetved there and on m each of the other three debates The coaches then chose the teams for the Camas debate as follows Donald Watson and Galen Lxtchfleld on the 3.fflII'Il3tlWC and john Harvey and Lawrence Curtm on the negatlve The teams were rn better condltlon to debate thus txme as they lacked the practlce at the other debates owmg to the changmg of the teams On Friday Aprll 7 john Harvey -'md Lawrence Curtm went up to Camas and succeeded m wmnlng a unanlmous declslon over thelr team on thelr own stage Galen Lttchfxeld and Donald Watson fared nearly as well down here as they only allowed the Camas team one Judges vote wmnmg from them two to one Rldgefleld has succeeded ln wmmng the county champlonshlp wlth Van couver a close second The standmg IS as follows Rtdgefleld 12 Vancouver I0 XX ashougal 7 and Camas a Slx of the eight debaters were Senlors thls year and thxs wlll gne others a chance next year so we hope to see good Interest ln debate next vear and a winning team Nm 111 A . L O K . K- s - . .1 - 4 - t v , . - . ' y . 5 . X Y .5 I 1 . . X . . 4 x Q 5 ' y 5 5 , - . L . . . , E 'I N ,. . i D . . . sf . . , . , . . . 1 1 ' D , c. -. . . , . v 1 , c . . . , , y Y I . , . Q V . - f . f , . v . VY . i , , V 1 L . , N . , . . 1 . . . . V r . v . R , -frm' -1 .dl WE WE' if ON LV H H n STP' UMR Idllb LK p-'-i""' grit.. f Aff Nw' fpf ,L X N 111 gli C'-5 N4 fx T I ff f J' X , as 'Q Vw A Y V N r X t e ls l We aff at NW? , f ,yi ,gi lla f fQ s 9 XX A lx ,egwg-f'k1 f Z7 LfT'.'f kv CP? D 9 D .R Y fxx M- 1 K. QP U ggi A .4 lf be T.-Y.lixLYA:','!b'f2:':,,-, - in 4',iAf'fi?'.19-ini" fffiief 'Q i ' HE ALKI STAFF ol I6 have been able to successfully hnance thls publlcatlon through the eo operatlon of the busmess men of the Clty They have been one of the mam factors of finance for the Alla so we urge every one who reads the Alkl to read these advertlsements and patronize those who have been so wlllmg to glVC us thelr support N' U- ' WWQIIWU IUKHM7AUK QQQLUUW W W 1 UNWVVPIIN V The partnershzp exzstznf between W I Hzggms Jfld T L Henrlchsen under the Tzrm IZJITIE ot Hzggzns 69 Henrzchsen wzll be dzseontznued on Mm 31st 1910 and thereafter the business nzll be conducted by W I Hzfgzns on n stnctly c1sh baszs under the IZJVTIC nt The Dnzmorzd H Cash Store 1 B 1 A A A 5 IDINDIQMQ MN Aim IMJNVAV V6 MNND A LVBMMNAAM MA mm NKNMVKNWNA In A N 1 MH1U'IMRWN L Pan Dandy Bread The kmd you will eat at exery eal after you once try It Made by Royal Baklng Co Sold at Every Grocery Hazel lrunnmg hurrledly lnto the storey Oh Harvey she crled dropp d my dlamond rmg thls mornlng and I cant flnd It anywhere' It s alrlght replred Harvey found xt ln my trousers pocket Mrs B lH1st0rx Il How dld Al extnder I of Persla meet hrs death Fresh e By a bomb Frank M Troeh Guns and Ammumtxon Sportlng Goods Flshlng Tackle Niagazlnes and Newspapers TIZ Main Street Near Elghth See Us For DRUGS EASTNIAN KODAKS AN D SUPPLIES IVlr Barrett How do you account for that? Freshre tmeekly It exploded Mary W lm Physlcsl How IS lt that when you drop a com ln a glass of water you seem to see two? Mr Brown tafter thmkmg a mo mentl Are you sure rt was water you had rn the glassg I Cunaniicflardner gl Phone 25 sl A 1 I A sf 5. sWn.m,mmsfnmam.mm -vanvwm, we Nlr Herrlck recently voiced hrs y opnmon that that that IS, rs, that that that rs not IS not One lmndn :I l I www fn I - U, . lmlllllllllllwwlllllluw umm we 'si 1 f ' ' ' , ' , f F I as 1-, 3-A Je: "T'f:!j.'f"llffY,""'1 tt . M'-1 I? Q 1 I ' e 2 ' ' v ' ' ' , ' K v s , E E ' ' V' . D . ' 1' f c, Q I.. was-r'v. "1-J 'W'wcRa1 1s"i'2' 1 tv 'i's7 '17 'r Vi" f 'iwfTi'I'f'v' l1"':"f'f'i"'v7'z 'Va ff r 'ixft-' 'mi vin? I , t A- "xy - ' - , .. ., - t. - . , , . I - I D Y . . . . - L - , "1 , , 'I 1 - - u nl! , . ' sl I. - - -- - It K 5 , '. I . . ...- A, ll v v v T , 'N , . K' I ' ' if M l '. . f.. - , Y. - . 2 I L , , . . Q 5 'J E XI ' . I I ' . . . ' . . -- I I s. . I H l . . . Q I B.. 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' E mf vvvuvyxywyw XUk!lU"lVIkUWU'VllDklJUjll nwxwvgyvv vvfvwvwywv YOUR FRIENDS CAN BUY anythmg you can glve them except vour photograph IVIRS TOLLIVIAN EHRHARDT XXIII Make It SINI4 Nlam Street ll ffNfflXDl llhfxfflll Irrshman was looklng through hrs fteld glass out over the calm troplcal seas The captaxn of the shlp alwavs ready for a good Joke drew a halr from hrs head stepped up to the Irxshman and deftly suspended the halr over the end of the fleld glass Then ln a frrendly manner he mqulred Well Pat can you see the equator or ts xt reallv the xmagmary lme whlch the SCISIIIISIIS sav lt sg Pat gazed for a moment and then re plied Sure and I can see the equator alrlght but whats worse theres a camel trymg to walk on lt Shaver me tlmbers exclarmed the captam as he walked awax Indngnant Soph dont thunk deserve an absolute zero Nlr Hetrxck IVIr H Nelther do I but It IS the lowest I can grve you Mr Brown tm Physlcsl Brvan give an lllustratlon of the dlfference between xlslon and sight B A lgazmg out of the wxndow and seeing the glrllsh gym class plaxmg tennis! 'Why er some gtrls are vxsrons and some are srghts One Hu fllNfNM on A IU' U U 1Ik'KjWf"lUX WKIUW IKIKV IV U See the DAYTON IVIOTFR BICYCLE Preston s Prescrlpnons accurately compounded day or mght Headquarters for Ice Cream J A AIIqu1st DRUGGIST 017 Maln Street Phone 2 Vancouver Washmgton ICE CREAM CONFECTIONERY SCHOOL SUPPLIES Try one of our Schoolday Lunches I CZLIHYCIS , , 4 5 a I muxmwi Nm w in it if I I tb N111 uf Ji .ix AI nv VAC ndred One "UlIIIlllllxI I IIIIIW I IIIII gil III. , II,-I ,,,. IIIMI IV I, II I , NIJ I' I,llllaIlIllIIlll, I jl:1II,v4,p.I II. 1-I, -I fi ,It .,,, I, -I -II-,II It - 1. I III. I A ,L 11 fII!AIL31s 15 -I I IIVI-I J I .If ry, .II xg II.,,III fu, , -, g.,-,, ,- CI-5YIIgg1v.IIoI-ntl c Is 12 Y . . fA iz ' I 'z N - f Q . fi 2 . t ,I s I I X 5 ? 2 H - N ,Hn .I,I.V,1. tI-F -wlIl'Illlll' I I I I I I Y I I I IIII I I II: I I I I-IIIII III I 'I From the upper deck of the ship the gjIII 4III-If. I. I- II I II,II I. I.,fI . V . . Q . 5' ': . 5 ' . . 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V KUl1wJWAWXl3'KW Wkvxvwfm wxvnxwww wnwfmytly u 0 wflmytvuxguwfwf-wfxofyvytyxvfxv we wywjv e I 1 Only Desrgnated Deposrtory ofthe Unxted States In Southwestern Washrngton Carnal S10000rI Surplus SZAJIIU DIRECTQRS T H Adams Pres F M Kettenrtnfz Vice Pres J M Denrn Cashler P xlrult Hough C C Grrdley Don Ild McMaster W W McCre Ie I .R V IMIIINMNM Hm H o mwiwmm A A AWN u A IA ummm 7 J sea., XX r Rl Kwon N aefaqrgt r' i The House of Good Shoes as the store for Qtxles of he TIINLQ L ltxe num mod e s of the sea s rf mr xxm d XRS tell 6 storx For th It In ark ofdrstrmtlonm footme rgo to JHGGY S X NII he PARLOR C-ROCERI xx here you g t the Ntu Anzlur Sun at Take home a lar of Nlrss Carsons home made marmalade the best on the Coast F P Carson 81 Co llth and Main QUALITY ls C5 nonymous vt 1th VANCOUVER STEAM LAUNDRY 9 Q bo we have been taught 4- at lrl Il mx 0 nn ll fm 1 latmtlatflwlllxlfnm 1 A in In mwfw .uri I A Nt If XY YHWWHM 'El' XYSU ' N1 YH nafih Amis Owl! ,Al I -MALI! I it as hrleflx as posslble what brought the ftrst settlers to Amerrca D XX A boat X C saxs that a klss lS a shot ftred bx a cuptd before the engagement 'Vlr Reexes saxs that the dtfference between a mtstake and blunder lb thls XX hen a man puts down a bad um brella and takes a good one lf lS a mls take but when he puts down a good one and prcks up a bad one he makes a blunder Mrs B lAncIent Hlstoryl How ard who fought In the Carthagmran Var H D Soldlers The sclentxst tells us that hash IS nothmg more than a conglomeratron and recurrence of a subsequent meal, of the fragmentary remnants of a prevl ous repast But Caesar sard lt IS "E plurtbus unum " One Hundred Tuo alt: W. 31.Jf:u'vw1wuwxlwlfxwvmw1w,:wJf:wvfIvwlzwgmffzwvwui 7w1.vw.Mwr1 lwwwwa-.1 ff vmwwlutl W . ,LT 4 wr I ,jig -- 448 5 fj 'H' A huMf lM WW! 2 Tl Q' - .11 ' - I l E E , f r , r It Ex Z- 5 ' ' . -4 . Q . -E 4 . I l 71 ' J M 1 in 1, 1 0 f n, 5 .- , A f x ' - " 5 fr C : u ' J bl 1- E :I -. 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Bank of Clarke County 4 per ceni on Savtngs Deposlts Under Government Supervlslon DIRECTORS J M Langsdorf C G Shaw Fredj Baxlex E M Rands L M Hrdden R D Wxswall John E Noreltus Thosj Redenck J S G L.-nngsdorf A Alltmllll nfxlsxmffh A mhxmxm lm IBKKIANID mum A mx mmm: I m th 1 A all mum A A lmmhnl A A In In fflll 2 D S 5 P , mt Z- f Students Knott that SFC I..CE1CICI'S or Nlfty XY earables Young Men s FURNISHINGS SUITS and HATS Try us C o h e n 81 Dletderlch s Where xou get C Enm-Il Brauh Cluthrs the hes' Money Saved for those who buy then' supplies of Groceries Flour Feed and Cooking Utens1Is at Andresen s Cash Store We Dehw er Prompt Service Try Us 803 Washington St Phone 694 WIAIKIIKN xwwatw IN lmwml fit Htntwat 6 nl N if HEI One Hu Phone Res Phone Matn 201 Mann 343 R Washlngton Market W 5 MILLeR My -will Mam Street near nth Nancouxer Wash ll A mammals A Nmftnfoxlhrixmr ll ummm Mr Terrtl Ireproxmglyl Harvey, what made xou get Hazel a dxamond engagement rtng' Harx ex She dtd Can xou tell me where the other sxde of the street IS ' asked the Freshle of the Senlor Why oxer there ofcourse rephed the Sentor pomtmg across the street That ts strange puzzled the Freshle I was just oxer there and thex told me tt was ox er here Owen Moore went to town one day, Owen Moore than he could pay, Owen Moore went home that night, Owen Moore ndrcd Four ilIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I IMIIIIIIIIIIIILIIII I, ..I. 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