Bacone College - Warrior Yearbook (Muskogee, OK)

 - Class of 1914

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14 THE BACONE CHIEF things. Captain of the track team and one of our debat- ors. ' Not that I have already obtained, but that I press on. Ruth Coe- niet and unassuming' but ever neeessar ' C37 to our class. Her Welcome words, Here let me show you, are due to the fact that- She has a cheerful habit of turning sober duties inside out, And in their rosy linings reehristeniny lheni op- porliinitiesf' Paul Philpin believes if you get anywhere you have to get up and dig. President of Sequoyah Literary the first term and is a regular booster for Baeone. Cheerful al rnorn he wakes from short repose, Breathes the keen air and carols as he goes. Jane Bailey, a veritable spring for something do- ing, has a habit of 'fPutting up a tree. Black eyes, betraying a mixture of wisdom and wit. 'fCaprieioiis, arbitrary, yet niost looablef, ihlilliam James, the backbone of our class. Ever ready, cheerful and Willing. VVhose quiet worth is shown as President of the Y. M. C. A. and as a friend to all who seek him. For the rnan lhat's worth ivhile Is the one who can sinile When eoerythinyyoes dead wrong. Elsie Ranck or Sunshine, surpasses all KRD ranks in good humor, sunny smiles and in captivating kindness. Perpetually in the contest for victory. Has a warm and ardent spirit for debating. Imagination is a distinguish- ing feature of her mind, and she has an absorbing ardor of exertion A Constant friend, rare and hard to find.

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Svvninrz THE CLASS OF NINETEEN FOURTEEN. ACADEMY OF BACONE COLLEGE. Oh, seven boys and girls are we, This year of ten and four, We launch our barques on life's great sea, And seek the enchanted shore. Two races in our class unite, Both strong and brave and free, Two colors twined, the red and white, Our sign of victory. Our forebears in the years gone by, Betimes in war were foes, Now rest in peace those heroes brave, Revered in their repose. We furl the red, the Hag of war, And twine it with the white, To show in friendship, truth and love, Two races now unite. The triumphs of the battle field, May win a victorts wreath, YVhile triumphs of the quiet life, May bring more lasting peace. Then we will change the arms of war, For sickle, plow, or pen, And teach the world in truth to love The arts of peace again. Oh, seven boys and girls are we, This class of four and ten, Proclaini to earth the joys of peace, And seek good will to men. -W. A. S. SHARP. Alex Robertson, well fitted to carry the honors put upon him as President of the Senior Class and President ot' the Hacone Oratorical Club. 'Tis hinted that the reason that Alex fiourishes his hands so in speaking' is that Actions Speak lnzuler than words. Ralph YValkingstiok-no stick when it comes to doing



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Zlnninra Colors: Blue and Gold. Motto: 9' Ne te quaesiueris extra. President, Ada 'l'ig'er. Vice-President, Mildred Beekwith. Secretary, Ruth Gilbe1't. 'l'reasurer. Vinnie Roberts. , Class Historian Auffustus Chouteau. 7 C5 Ada is the illustrous head of the Blue and Gold and of the class it represents. She was President of the Saeajawea the second term. Her's is a peculiar nature, faithfulness is her chief motto, loyalty her chief ambition and labor her chief delight. ' Vai'nly slzoulrl ure seek for another in Hay place to Nami. Ruth is a happy girl with a ready laugh. She was treasurer of the Saeajawea the second term. She has a stirring' ambition to be a missionary. Although sunny evenings land whom?j often tempt herto social courts, she still holds herself aloof from such trivial affairs. And flwufylrslze talks but liftlej N 'Tis cz. great deal more, she thinks. Vinnie believes that Silence is satisfaction. She is very fond of music, but more .fond of sleep. She will defend her friends quieker than she will herself. She is very friendly to all, but not a Socialist. Studi0us to please, yet not ulfraial to fail. Ole Gus, the champion pigskin booster, was Vice- President of the Sequoyah for the fall and Winter terms and delivered the sour lemons at all progranis. Ile has never failed to secure soeial hour for its numerous and

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