Bacone College - Warrior Yearbook (Muskogee, OK)

 - Class of 1914

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10 THE BACONE CHIEF faithful to every duty. Sl19 l0VPS't0 dwell on the things back home lNew E1'lg'l31ltlD. ller motto is 4' ljearn to do by doing. -Students delight in getting' her oW the subject for the stores of her mind are.ineXhaustible. Morlesfy seldom resides in Cl breosf flmf is ram 6'l'M lCll'9d'?,0llill nobler '77'll'f1lf'S.H Mr. F. S. Davis, Professor of History, is known as old reliable, because there isn't anything on the llill top that he can 't do. He can sing, play on the piano, act as postmaster, lead the Y. M. V. A. and lecture. llas a host of frienclsand isa frequent visitor at Scott llall. A goocl character' is the Desi' Tomlysfonrf, Those who lore you and were lwlpefl By you will remember you uflzerz all , For-get-me-nofs are u:if1z.ererl.H V Miss Ada Bell Shelton, A. B., teaches the grades and has proven herself to be a faithful Worker. ller lirst thoughts are always for the welfare of students. She is quiet andunassuming, but is subject to laughter. A Only the sorrows of others, Cast their slmwlows o'er mc. Miss Jessie Crouse teaches the lower primary. ller chief duty is to down the rebellious spirit that is within all youngsters and to see that she has been successful you have only to visit her class. She is of cheerful dis'- position and alyyays willing' to chaperone the Baeonians on their weekly Walks. I . Ul1,ee1'f21lrness, fin' most people, is flze rich and Sill'- , rsfyzrlg result of strermorus rlz.Qczplirle. Mrs. Frances A. Sharp, llibarian, is one who believes in having' everything' spiek and span. Always rnore than willing' to help students find material for Debates, Ura- tions a11d Class reports. 'He that revels in at ufell-clwsen lilnfrary, has ln- l rmmeralble clrshes, and all of admirable flavor. '

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THE BACONE CHIEF 9 Here is a Soldier of the Cross, whom all mast ap- pland, Wlio has fought many battles at home and abroad. Mr. A. C. Rice, Sc. B., Professor of Science, is a man of dignified bearing and a physical giant. In his talks to students, both in the class room and on the athletic field, he never fails to drive home the necessity of developing into a Machine He never fails to make an announce- ment at the close of Chapel. There is a healthful hardiness about dignity that never dreads contact and communion with others, however humble. Mr. J. R. Steel, our thoroughly eiiicient English teach- er, has spent several months in England and seems to be interested in ancient ruins and castles. He has a great fund of historical facts at his command. His special hobby is giving lectures and many a delinquent stud- ent has felt the sting of his sarcasm. Has a habit of looking at you with eyes that reveal the seriousness and the earnestness of his mind. A close reader and a deep thinker. Certain thoughts are prayers, there are Moments when whatever be the attitude Of the body, the sonl is on its knees. Mr. E. D. Cave, head ofthe Mathematics Department, has only been with us one term, but nevertheless, he is one who has proven that he is thoroughly able to handle his department. He is brief and to the point in his ex- planations. He is liked by the students because he is subject to sickness. No man has come to true greatness, who has not felt in some degree that his life belongs to mankind. ' i I Miss Bertha M. Eckert, A. B., teacher of Latin and Higher Mathematics, is very modest and reserved. A1- Ways ready and Willing to help those about her, and is

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THE BACONE CHIEF 11 Mrs. Molly R. Garner is Matron of Rockefeller Hall. She is better known as 'tlXlotl1er. She is a true mother to all the boysg when a lioy wants mending done, has an aehe or a pain, wants consolation or advice, l1e immed- iately goes to Mother, fl Mothefs prayers, silent and gentle, Cath never miss flzc road to the throne of all In ouhty. ' ' Miss Hattie llamilton, our teacher of Music, is of a quiet, but sunny disposition. Her work is hearing' fruit that will continue to bear in years to come. Students have only to ask her once for a favor and she gladly eon- sents to do it. 4'There are some meh and 110112611 in ufhose enm- P07221 we are af our best, All the besf stops in our Nature are zlrazrh out by their rinzwrcourse, And we find music in our souls never there he-f fore. Miss Mina B. lllorford, the girl's Matron, is a Mother indeed. She teaches Domestic Science. Foremost in her mind is the welfare of her girls. Takes a deep interest in the social side of student affairsg has a judgment so sound that she ean easily tell when anyone is Macross the line. For everyone she has a pleasant smile and a cheerful word. For ll ufonmn in he arise and af the .same time iufomnnly, ' Is fo afield fl frememlous influence which may he felt in .llP7Z!'l'l1fl0lIS fo eonzcf, . Mrs. Cora S. Packer, Dining' Room Matron, works from early morn till late at nigh-t in order that our phy- sical hodies may he properly fed. ls the most enthusias- tie rooter on the athletic field and a matlieuiatieian of a :Ireat deal of ability, heeause of wliielrfaet she is eafrerly sought hy many of the boys, who are in need of help. If lzappihrfss eo11.Qi.Qf.Q of aefizfiiy, Then she will l1n1'eplehfrf. Aifcnsrns C. CuoU'rEAU, 'l5. i l'

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