University of Central Oklahoma - Bronze Yearbook (Edmond, OK)

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N qfv X ff' x .4 A X 1 4 f A ' . 1 . .1 ' I G 5. ,Ti 1 ' A Qlentral 5 berhnre Stars From far and near was liezml the Country's call XVith lofty aims that youthful .hearts enthrallg liravely they made the sacrifice For love of home and Country, gladly they paid the price. The star alone is but a chosen symbol, .Xml yet to ns the radiant beams resemble l'aths of love and hope and truth and peace: Our noble boys have fought and rliecl for these. Acker, John H. Agee, Henry Albers, R. L. Albright, D. A. Alden, Earl Carr, James C. Carter, John Chase, Melville . Chitwood, Ross H. Chitwood, W. B. Fielding, Winton Findley, D. W. Forester, Leslie Fox, Raymond Franklin, Ollie Alkire, T. L. Clark, Carl Frank, Howard B. Allen, Ralph Clark, Thomas Fuller, Harlin Ames, Harry O. Cli-ft, W. T. Fulton, William J. Amend, Paul J. Cline, D. E. Galbreth, Dean Angerman, Robert Coats, Miles Gallman, Robert A. Anthony, Curtis Baily, Erlin C. Bailey, Shatter W. Bain, Orval Baker, Leon Coffey, Earl Conklin, Milburn Cooper, Norval Cormany, A. B. Courtney, Ezra Gannoway, H. S. Gillmore, Willmore Gilliland, John Gregg, Rollie D. Griffin, Leland C. Baker, Roland Courtney, Mahlon Grimes, Glenn Balch, B. C. Covelle, Edith Gogg, Will Baldwin, Elmer Covelle, Kieth Goodnight, Lou Ball, Floyd A. Cox, James Graves, President Barket, Adolph Cox, Otis Hale, Clyde D. Barker, Roland Crabb, Ed. Haley, A. S. Barnett, Calvin Banett, D. D. Crabb. Vernon Crain, Wiley Hair, Chas. Hamilton, Ralph Bass, Edgar Craven, Rae Hamilton, Volney Beasley, Charlie Crittendon, Lloyd Hannah, Geo. Beasoh, Bob Crittendon, Robert Hanson, Hershel Beck, Roy Croan. Edith Harlow, Rex Behne, Joe C. Crowder, L. Harper, Otis ' Behne, Tom Crowley, Jay Harper, Walter D Bell, Benjamin F. Curry, Paul Haskins, Ronald Bell, Goldie Curtis, Solan Hatcher, Oscar Bell, LeRoy Dailey, Larry Havenstrite, Paui Bell, Ralph J. Davis, Charley Havenstrite, Rex Best, Joseph Davis, Homer Hay, Ruben L. Billingsly, Sam Davis, Hughes H. Haydon, Leon Bernard, Nlilo Davis, Roy Herndon, Clyde E. Bird, W. E. Davis, T. J. Heath, Mack Blake, Harry F. Blassengame, H. E.' Bogs, Willard D. Bowling, Willam W. Delbrige, Louis Denny, Robert Dobbins, Eben Doggett, B. L. Henry, Robert Herrn, Birney Herrin, Dalton Hill, Earl ,- ' Bowman, Arthur G. Donaldson, Glenn Hill, J. H. Bracken, Fred Doughty, Guy Hill, Paul Bradshaw, Roy Braymer, Hugh J. Donqhty, Newton Dufford, Ray E. Hinds, Rosco Hizchcock, Guy Brooks, Jno. P. Dye, Walter D. Hoff, Hugh H. Brooks, Ned Dyer, James M. Holland, Charley Broom, Henry E. Eason, W. S. Holland, Lyle Brown, Joe Eaton, Everett Holly, Chas. L. Brown, Lawton Lee Eberle, Newell Hollister, Harry Brown, L. Dawson Edge, Clarence Holmes, Tom Burke, John D. Elkins, O. P. Hope, Clarence Nl. Burkhart, Homer Burleson, Joel A. Butler, Forrest Byrd, Clifford P. Byrd, Homer Calhoun, C. Cailahan, Erva B. Campbell, Charles Campbell, Ora L. Carleton, John D. Elswick, C. H. Elswick, Guy Fmerson, Chas. Enaleman, Arlie M Erving, Porter Erwin, Lucian Ewing, Porter Featherstone, J. T. Felton, Gwynne lf. Ferguson, Leslie Horton, Lynn A. Hostteter, Deril D, Hubbard, H. H. Hunt, Foster Hummel, John Howard, Dr. Maburn Howell, Chas. Howell, Clyde Howell, William Hawerton, J. C. N 4 J 9' Huddlestoii, J. C. Hutfman, Hansford Hunt, Searcy lsle, Louis lsle, Walter W. Johnson, Pat Johnson, Will Jones, Howard Jolmson, J. J. Karns, D. P. Keeton, Ollie Kehn, Marvin Keller, Paul Kelly, Ben Kenworthy, G. W. Kickman, Carl W. Kidd, E. C. Kidd, S. S. Kimbell, G. H. King, Homer Kirby, Edgar Klingman, T. R. Kunsmiller, Karl Leftwich, Geo. Lewis, Mercer Lewis, Robert Lindsay, Glenn Livingstone, Geo. Livingstone, Jess Livingstone, Noves Livingstone, Robt. Lockett, L. E. Logan, John H. Mahaffy, Otis M. Martin, G. A. McAninch, O. G. McCarty, Jesse McCary, J. A. McClennahan, B. G. McConnell, C. E. McCulloch, O. H. McDivitt, Bruce McGibbony, John McFall, Chas. F. McGaha, Ray IJ. McGee, Paul T. McGinty, Guy McKinley, Starry Mad-ison, Earl Makoskie, A. A. Makoskie, John Mangum, Twiggs Marks, Luther Massey, Paul Mayall, R. L. Meade, Raymond Messer, Louis Meyette, Paul Miller, James A. Miller, Kirke Miller, Wayne Mitchell, Earl Mitchell, Lason Mitchell, O. A. Moody, Herbert Morpher. J. E. Morris, Floyd Morris, James Morrisette, C. T Morrisette, Lloyd ' Mosier, C. B. Motsenbocker, .l. IJ. Moxley. C. C. g,..f,.,45,.,-, -- f V f - Murdoch, W. H. Myers, Bruce Myers, Chas Myers, Ralph Myers, Walter McAninch, Harry McMini1ny, Lloyd Neff, Samuel Newton, Webb Nuhart, Claude Otto, Louis Y. Paas, Herold Paine, Leslie Palmer, Odell Parks, Ben Park, Robert Pauly, William Peace, T. J. Pecure, Carrol Penigo, J. E. Pennock, Earl E. Perdue, Carol Perdue, George Petree, Elmer Petree, Vernon D. Petree, Vernon O. Pinson, L. B. Portertield, Luther Post, James Potter, Allen Potter, Avon Potter, Jerret Potter, Joe Potts, Howard Powell, Ross Puckett, J. W. Ragan, William Ralie, Ralls, Joe Reed, R. L. Richardson, Ben Ridings, Lowell Ridings, Otis Ritter, Walter Roberts, Earl Roberts, Oren C. Robertson, W. M. Rodkey, Donald Rodgers, Tom Rollins, Jim Roseboom, Calvin Rowe, Charles Rush, Roy Rowland, Dudley Il. Sample, Chas. Satterheld, Baisel Schaal, P. J. Self, Robert Self, Walter Seifert, J. L. Seikel, Vincent Shedd, Fred E. Shelton, Gordon Sheets, E. L. Sheldon, William L Shelton, Karl Shepler, J. W. Sherrod, Shockley, Hermon Shriber, Harry Short, Vernon D. Short, W. M. Silver, Leonard Qientralw Qerhice Qtars Simmons, Harry Simmons, Wheeler Simpkins, Sialis Simpson. John S. Singleton, Claude Skillern, Grady L. Small, Smith, Smith, Smith Smith, Smith Clarence Chas. Glenn Dewey John L. Roy Spangler. Carlton Sparling, Cecil Staley, Paul T. Steanson, Elmer Stewart, Forrest Stiles, Harold R. Stuard, C. W. Swim, Lawrence Taylor, Chas. Taylor, Glenn Taylor, James Thagard, Edwin Thompson, William Thompson, Percy Thornton, Leland Troop, Weldon Tussing, l. H. Vail, Ruth C. Van Horn, Glenn Van Slyke, Elmer Vaughn, V. O. Waddell, 4Waren D. Ward, Colman J. Ward, Clarence Ward, Henry J. Watkins, Byers Watts, W. D. Weinkauf, Herbert Wienkauf, Herman Wienkauf, H. J. Watson, Roy Whaley, Luther D. Whittaker, Byron Whitson, Carl O. Wildman, Ross Wildman, Stanley Wiley, Benny Williams, Alva Williams, Bruce Williams, Carl S. Williams, Frank Williamson, Joe Williamson, John Wilson, Alex Wilson, Frank Wise, Burdette Womack, R. D. Wood, Edwin Woods, Otis Wood, Raymond beniur Glass Barents MRS. PEARL B. WATKINS Class Mutlmer. S. J. PAYNE Class Father. if . Qw- ,. wifi " msg-' vii IZFSGNZE. BOOK f 'f 'V 1 M. 4 rf. f , If I-155' '17 W ., V ADMINISTRATION BUIIDING filzrsowza 130014 yr? fy ' f Il f 7 7 If , ik Y.--6 an dn I B 5 1 1 NORTH TOWER OLD 315 PSQN Z.E1 BOOK 12 If Bmowza 130014 A 1 d Vf'. 1 Vie zfjfrtfi 1:.g::.EI:o,. :t 4 1 5 X 'f 1 w w I Nlozoaozfbo 'iflaLfjI:dQ5 wo.o.f.5.'.9. i Y 5 9 3 1 1 5 Q 5 ".':':'o.ot Io.0.'.' 'fo' ' Y I , V- Q O O wkooovo., t y,.0..,.vu o lf... oo! iff- , iooo0','.N . Q Q N , '1 0 4' ' 9 , ' 0 4, 1, , 1 H LM! uw o , o 14 o 0 - 1--4 ,'f1 i . lt! 6, .Q Q.'f.,,N N I ' Q!iQ9,'.00. .'! lx X X . v Wifi 'fiiikxi Lfir- x fl W .W ,.?..44-W g J fi X,4,J?5 .kx -zff f gig f l Pilj 15-Ei f .45 ACU qglg. x x RBBONZE BOOK X X 1 f W M! PRESIDENT J. W. GRAVES, A. B., L, L. B. QISIBD 14 ' i rmonza 130014 S A 5 , If ff ,iff f B. BENJIMIN F. NIHART, B. S., A. B LOUIS BLAKEMAN RAY, B. S, A. Pedagogy. Director of Training School. OTTO WILLIAM JEFFRIES, A. B., Ph. B. F, C, QAKES, A, B, English. Foreign Languages. als D 15 . L-. N I Bmowza 50014 FRED H. IVES, B. S. VERN O. WILSON, Ph. B. Agriculture. Manual Arts. W. C. JAMISON, A. B. W. T. FORD, A. B., M. A. Mathematics. Biology. Q-swf A mrsowza Boom X I ARD EMMA HARSELLE-ESTILL, A. B. CLARA HOW History. Art. 7, ,ff ELL, B. A. MARGARET MCPHEETERS, B. S. E, L. HOW Home Economics. Physics and Chemistry. qslas . BRONZE Boom PEARL B. WATKINS. A. B. LUCY J. HAMPTON. A. B., A. M. Assistant Professor in Engiish History. Dean of Women. C- M- HOWELL- A- B- BERTHA MATHEWS, B. Pd., B. s. Assistant Professor in History. Primary Education. .Islas s J. PAYNE, B. Pd. Assistant Protessor in Mathematics. ARTHUR HOWARD GREENE. C. G. O. Music. .Isla EDNA JONES, M. L. Penmanship. LEAVENWORTH, B. C. S Commercial. . iimowzs 130014 . i3rsoNz.E: 550014 CHARLES W. WANTLAND, A. B. Athletics. J. RUTHENBERGER, A. B. Assistant Professor in Foreign Languages. QSIBD in MAYBELLE HOWARD. A. B. Assistant Professor in English. LILLIAN HOLKE Assistant in English. BPSGNZE Boom A x. LILLIE REED-DAVIS RUBY CANTON Librarian. Assistant in Physics and Chemistry, OLIVE THOMAS, B. S, FRANCES JEWELL Assistant Professor of Home Economics. Extension Dept. and Financial Secretary .Islas BRONZE CARRIE BELLE WANTLAND Physical Director for Girls. J. C, ADAMSON, A, B., M. A. Geography. .Islas BOOK A .,.., . 4 CLARISSA P, COUDERT Assistant Librarian. OSCAR BOGUE Band and Orchestra. N47 ,q2,f BBQNZE. PEARL REECE Pizinu. CORA BOGART Secretary. .Islas 23 moon Z' I' ,,.,-, r MRS. ELLA M. CORK Assistant in English HARRY PERICO Printer. QBBONZE BOOK LOIS ,IARRELL Critic Teacher CORNELIA IRION Critic Teacher. CORA STROUD, A. B. VIRGINIA HOWARD Critic Teacher. Critic Teacher. , BRONZE 130014 1 ' ' IV III I Jfmfp I I1 F 1 III The Senior Class Presents a Play on the Faculty In Four Terms V 1 BIG IL-XSS IJRUBI .a...,.,7,...v.........,..e......,.. Y..4 N I. V. f-11dNCb I Relying his name from ear to ez1r1 "'l'l1e llltlll 111111 1111111 1111 HZIISIC' 1.11 l1i111.veIf, X111' is 11111 1110-z'e11I 'IU1.llZ e0111'111'1l of xrueez' SOIIlZdS, lx fit for t1'e11s011, .Yf7'tIItI.ljC'lI1, 111111 .vfw1'I.f." IL-XIIY GR,-XNIJ ..,.,A..........W..,.,.7...... Y-, .,.. MISS RCQC6 A. II. Greene SLIDE 'IIRCLXIIIHXIIS ,.., ...,..e.....,.. - - O. ,X. Rogue IAII together :I "II'I1111' f11i1jv-like 11z11.v1'1' 5101115 11'z'e1' the sen, lflIfl't1lIt'I'7Ifj 11111' .fe115es fuiflz l'l1tI1'll1!'ll lllflffll-V:2H DIR IQCTQ JR ----,---,-,-g-,--,,-,,-,,-,,,,,.,,....,. .... I 4IIII2ll1 I Iolke IXYIICII5' tearing her hairy "O fv1111' 501110 fmfuer the 111'f't1e gffe IIS, To see ClIll'.Vl'l'Z'l'S as 1'fl1e1's see us." I'Iaee of .XCIIIIH-'IIIIC minds uf C. S. N. S. Faculty. in terms of Spring, Snnnner, Fall and NYinter. SPRING B, If. NIIIART and IJ. BIYRIXXCGII: u,IfG1I'.V 11zi1111' ll 1111'1'1'01' is of lZf'tI'I'UIIl.I' siglns, .AI Iwief 'zvl1e1'e111 all 11z111'f'e!.v 5111:z11zed lie, Of f1111'es1' f01'111.v and stueefesz' .vl111f1es the Sf0I'L', Iles! fjl'l1t'FfIll 4111, yet tl1011gI11' IIZLIVX' .111'c11fe them 11wre." fAJI'R DIQXR KICYIIIIER XYNIIICINS: "Tu tlzine 1m'1z self Ire ll'Il1', .Ind 11' 11111.11 follow, IIS the night the day, 7411011 Ulllljf 1101 1'l1e11 Ive false 111 11113' llltllll' SPRING FLOXYICRS ,.,,,...,-..,,,.,,....,.,.... -,-I":lIl121 Jones "l"01' size is just flze q11iez' kind- II'l10.re llL1llII't' lIC"Z'L'l' 'I'tlI'l.L'.'.H 'IIIIIC BIRDS ......-.,,,e,,.e.,,v..,., --,RlIIJy Canton "The -X'C't1I".Y at flze Sf7I'lllfj, l711y's at flze 111111'11, AIlo1'111'11g's 11t ,VC'T't'1I, The llIllS1.flf'.Y dew f'C'tIl'll'll, qsma. 2:1 I s N BGQNZE EJGOK The Larle's on the wing, The snail's on the thorn, God's in his heat'en, flll's right witlz the world." THE GRASS -,--,--,,,,,,-,,,-,,,.,.. .... F , ll. lves "l4fhere soil is, men grow, IVhether to weeds or flora-ersf' THE VIEXY ,,,..,.......-......,..-.............. .... C lara M. Howartl "For Art is Nature made by man- fi flattering painter, 'who made it his care, To draw men as they onght to he, Not as they are." FOR THE TRAINING SCHQOL ............... ---llertha Mathews "LVL, are taking pieees of living clay, And gently forming them day by day, And molding with our plastic art Young ehildren's soft and tender hearts." SYMMER. A TROPICAL FOREST -----------------------.---------- W. C. .lZ1lT1lCS011 fNimbly swinging from tree to treel "There was an ape in the days that were earlier, Centuries passed and his hair became enrlier, Centuries more ganna thumb to his wrist- Then he was a Allan and a Positii'ist." F. C- Cakes, attempting to follow Jamieson, loops the loop in mid air, but tumbles to the ground- "Three-fftlzs of him genius, :Ind two-pftlzs sheer fudge." The whir of an aeroplane from above and the voice of Lucy Hampton is heard: l'Tahe time enough-all otlzer graces Ilfill soon fill up their proper plaeesf' h thlethinks she's flying to Paris, for lmreakfastg or, perhaps, beyond, to con- sult with 'llalleyrand on The League of Xationsfl ul. Rothenherger-looking after the fleeting machine-speaks in various languages : Hh'h7IIllll1ll'S at best a eontradietion still- now She was marie to warn, to comfort, and eomnzaizrif' FALL. SCENE l-All searching for-something. E. L. HOXVELL: "l'Vlzy has not nzan cz mieroseopie eye?" C. M. HOVVELL: "For the plain reason, man is not a fly." NRS. JOHN DAVIS-discovering a held of growing test-tubes, exelaims: "Hope against hope, and ash 'till ye receive." Y. O. XYII-SC JN-pulling bark from trees, talks to himself of wood: thlust be some carpenterl. "Give Truth a llnstre, as a wood, and iciisrlom smiles." L. ll. RAY appears on the scene, with head calipers, tape measure, and scales bulging from his pockets, spironieter clasped tightly in his arms, while 45353. , Browne 130014 XYhipple's Manual dances before him. in glee at such preparations for stand- ardizations. "Measure your 1'1'lI'I!d'S height by the shade it eastsf' MRS. E. M. CORR steps up: "Pride goeth before a fall-let's have no fall." P. E. LEAYENNVOR'llH speaks his approval of her thought, as well as his Motto, when he says: "Though old the thought and oft erftresst, "Tis his at last who says it best." SCENE ll.-Domestic Art Rooms. OLIVE TIWIOMAS: "Il"hat a hue man hath your tailor made you." CORA IEUGART: "Great is the Tailor, but not the greatest, look ye, How by a here creation of my tailor's l'r'e shook of old mortah'ty."' SCENE Ill-Library. FRANCES JEXYELL: "Ally meaning in saying he is a good man, is to Have you Il7llfC'7'5fC'llld me that he is SlZj:l.l'I'C1'lll.H MRS. F. IS. CUVDERT: "lY'e1I, no good thing of any sort shofzus its best face at jfrstf' SCENE IV.-Office. o. W. U1 12FFRIEs: HBLIKIIJICSS of memory C"I'Fl'-VOJIC eomfflaius of, hut nobody Of the want of jzzdgment-" XVINTER. SCENE l-The Campus. Attention Y-And Carrie liell VX'antland, the baby of the Faculty, brings to atten- tion her after school hours military class Cmembers of the Faculty Xlr. Jeffries has caught going up two steps at a tinieyh. ' Mark Time! Halt! "XY, T. Ford, mark time docs not mean stand still and stare." "UIQ C. Adamson, chewing gum and whistling while in formation are not allowed." Forward March! llalt Y "C. XY. XYantland, step out! You have been out of step all afternoon. Report to the kitchen for the rest of the week." Dismissed! And they all. with one accord. apologizing to. but agreeing with, Othello, exclaimz "She is a soldier jft to stand hy Caesar and gi-re dzreetionzf' SCENE HW-Domestic Science Kitchen. s. 1. 1ixYNEg "II'o11ld the eook were of my 71lI'1Zd.U KIARGAXRET XIcl'HEE'llERS: "Here is bread rt'hz'eh Xf7'Cll!jflZCll.S' 1fna11's heart, And therefore is Called the Siting of Iifef' THE ORCHESTR.-X. 'Qllzzsie has 'its charms-so has the Faezdtyf' 'llhe Senior Class bids you a kind Good Night. q1'?. fSMwN x nzrswza 1:50014 , Q' -f J , Q.. W Y cv if , "2 "4 'v ' ""'1' W "'? - .. ' 4-H9 - ' iki: ,hw Z W ' WW.. Lrfffim' v 11? Zi , W x mfg Q QMLXL A-P' f -14, q mf , ,, cw Y- A f-- s 1: I, 'I W KYQNUV 52 as S .HW-1 M E "W 4 Q S' SX- ff- 4 ""'- " '? -W, iw . g--- W ,J ,ii ii..-Y - "W '2 V ' N i- 4-ki ,V W V- .. zfi, QQ i, ., f1 K " Nv'f2 V1 'F'-fl' ., ,a5:51,.,, ',L, KA- - , X H ,. - 1.-Q . q, 1 f' , , , C : ' ff' , ,"f'-7'1"-2 -F7 if" .Xl j g Sq? XX ,VKX ,f - 4 - " ' .L .tn - J-1' " T 1 . f5 f?fi'2Z'f?-ff" ' fi .gp.::::.Q5fif' .f... i f vc. 7 fe H as ' W if' 0 L, ,J A fa ' if 'ikff '1fg,' ' ff' , f ff?-5: ,gig-3 45 jf, XY? f ,f ,f '- f if ff X X if ,--fqfx , 0 ' Q3 X A. X f , X siffi, ,, I, f f Rf , 6 fv, fxsfx X fx ,fx ff ff ff KKXX Xxx xxx I f f , , , x - f . ffifigj lf' . A all X 1' XX, 4 " x .llif XXV-f H ff- ff . mf., KY X, ff W1 35 , M: Xfwvkf - mfgg vw N' HN -A '- ' A l ' - Yi ,. firm f, 5 We 7 435 f1f1Qgi2i5gi14f1' i- Caegalw JA' 'N- " 3 'W W W N ' W , , ,,,Y -' , - 5-L li- 'Sn M 'X ?f QQ ?' A' 'A+' f ,W 1 ifiix"b i - f ' ' 7,0 --Y' A' ' "' Q sl ,i IZ . , - ff - - S S-,Z -,i ,Q ,M ' , - I ,1 K " 1 Wmgff-f H LY X - ,VF,- W, """"f-.., xi "' -2 Z WA 3 - 'X H mzsr---55-W.: 45355 , rmowzez xr Loveland, Okla. AMYX, K.x'r1f: T. O. K., T. O. K. Play, Treasurer spring term- Suzz'I1'11g , fuorkiizg all tlzc fulzilcq won- der if size is always meek? A-XNDERSON, RIALTIJIC Ardmore, Okla. Criterion. Size is ive!! liked by C'Z'Cl'j'0l1C,' honest, frafzk and full of fmt. B.xCKHAL'S, LOFISIC Guthrie, Okla. S110 lzatlz a ro-ml uzamzcr. l'3,x1LIQY, BIARY Edmond. Okla. Let gezztlrncss ln' my strong enforce- llzmzt. BAKER, BENVIIMAN Stigler, Okla. A man is fl man for all of that. HARRY, FORD E1,1f.xNo1e Ardmore, Qkla. A dear little Polly A-lima 'zvitlz al: Opti- mistic WZIIIIIICV. 1112! B. EBOOK rf 1 f -. M.. .. I rj if f e iw .,,. lmowza Boom i ,,..f Y 1 BELL, LAURETTA Edmond, Okla. Triuinvirate, Y- W1 C. A. 511019 good, sholv true, slzols gay, and fallen work is done slzefll play. lllXlCY, CORA F. S110 kooffs her flzougllts to lzersrlf and goes sormzely on fm' way. lflowxxex, LEOJEAN Oklahoma City Literary Editor Bronze llook, Shakespeare, Pres. Spring Term, Shakespeare Play. ,-I 'IIZCI7'-V sfvirif doth good, like sun- slziuo. BIQUMIJQY, GLADYS llennessey, Okla. T. U. K., Yiee l3'res.g Quill Club 'l'reas.g Y. XY. C. A. Hof' siuoot good nafuro is or thing for Ttllllfll Izor fvraiso is sure to ring. I3RL'xiI,riY, THIQMA Hennessey, Okla. Y. XY. C. A.. Quill Club. ,els iizorry' as the day is long. liRUNlI,lCY, TYRIICI. lflennessey. Okla. Snapshot Editor of Bronze llook, Capt., Senior llasketbzlll team, Quill Club, Y. NY. C. A. 'SIB' l 30 , IZFSQNZE BOOK 3' 'Il BRUMLEY, MRS. XVARR1-iN, Hennessey, Oklu. Nothing of so 771l'lClZ worth as ci miizd 'well 1.1Z5f7'llCf6d. BRACKEN, FICRN Pawnee. Olcla. llyllflt lzcr lzmrt tlzinks lzer tongue speaks. C,xRTMH.L, BIINNIE Edmond, Okla. Quill Club, Senior liasketball. T0 one tlziizg we shall all agrcfe-a b7'l.gl'lf, fozigmzial girl is 5110. CIIAUNCEY, Yriim JOHN, McCloud, Okla- Secy. 'llriunivirate Spring term. Many a fvorvvr witl1i11 lim' bosom, noise- lvss, hidden works bvzzeatlz. CI1RIs'1'1.xN, lXl.x1:LE Kingiislier, Okla, Lyceum, Quill Club. fl fl'UClSf', 1110d0.it little girl. CLARK, X'lfR.X CLYD12 Purcell, Qkla. Criterion, Secy. VVinter Term, Cri- terion Play. Quiet, 111n1lvst, z11zass11111i11g. qglg. ,ef kgiwl i f .,.. I ,, , ,F lt itl gi- s 13PsoNz.i: Book l -. x ww .- 5 533? if SL .W rf 'V COMSTOCK, ALMA Lockriclge, Okla. Senior Editor of Bronze Book, Pres. Triuinvirate Club Fall Term, Secy- of Y. VV. C. A., Sen- ate Play. To know hm' is fo lore hor, for she docs all things wall and goes serohely on hor way. CUNx1Nc1n.fxM, Biissni, Vl'ynnewoocl, Okla- Trininvirate, Y. XV. C. A. And all astir looked lehzzl on hor, and called hor good and fair. lDICKlfRSON, DoRo'1'1lY Eclinond, Okla. Shakespeare, Shakespeare Play, Y. XV. C. A. Bo gone dull carol Thou and I shall 1zci'er agrce. Dn,L, RIARY Ulnstee, Okla. llfhat care I for woe or sorrows? l'Vl1al 1' ca1z't do today Ill do fo- morroic. Dov121.L, BIAMIF Miami, Okla. Assistant Business Manager of ll r 0 n z e ll o 0 k, Shakespeare, Shakespeare Play. She has a jvleashzg way and was ll0T'C7' heard to say lzarslz things or say UH zmleind word. DU'1"roN, KATIE Tecninseli, Okla. Tsa No Ga, 'llsa Mo Ga Play. Sho hath a way to choose despair, to hfal all grief, to cure all care. qnla. - 41 x'rl 1 ELLIS, lf:I.1Z.XliIQ'l'li Davis, Okla. 'llsa Mo Ga, Pres. NYinter Term, Glee Club. Tsa Mo Ga Play. Her 'llllilllllillfj smile made us lore lzer. g ENGLISH, llmaxieic Eclmonql, Okla. Society Editor of llronze Book, Criterion. l Of nzaiizzcrx gentle, of Clwl?Ct'fl0lZ mild: in :uit tl woman, Sl1'VLf'll6'lif'l' a clzild. FI'I'ZGER.XI.lD, Essnt Edmond, Okla. Quill Club, Pres. Quill Club, Altvayx fozzfvizfca' with l1'ff"s ojjfcriiigs, llflzy slwzila' fue ivorry oivr its .Slifer- ings? FULLWoo1w, YIVIAN Duncan, Okla. Pres. Senior Class, Shakespeare, Pres. Fall Term, Shakespeare Play. T110 dC'Sf1.7l.X' of tuoman is fo Zn' pleas- ing, to ln' amialile, and to ln' lowd. Goonwlu., QPAL 'llriu1nvirate. True wortlz ix iii being, not srenziiig. GRAY, Blain' Eclniond, Olcla. Senior Treas., Y. XY. C- .-X., T. O. K., 'l'. O. K. Uration, T. Q, K. Play, Senate Play, Yista Staff. LVll611 she will she will, and you may dUf"FlIdlJ1'llZ', and wlzmz .slzc 'ZUOIlil slif' fvovff, and tlzerv is 710 mid Ollif. .lv1!B. , Bmowza :soon Fvww-?,,,, r l l i, A BRONZE. 1:50014 Glelicsoky, CLICMINTINE lidinond, Okla, T. O. li., Y. W. C. A., Glee Club. If she has any faults she has left us in doubt. GRIPE, ETIIELYN Crescent, Okla. T. 0. K.. Y. XV. C. A., Quill Club. Quiet, sedate, timid and prim, this amiable maiden jits to a pin. ll.'XI.lf, IDA M. Edmond, Qkla. The talent of success is izothiiig more than doing what you can without cz thought of fame. HALL, JESSIL3 Edmond, Qkla. Y. VV. C- A. She is an intelligent, sane, safe girl- azzd still single. HAM, BERNICE Her charm lies in the fart that she, at need, can gay 01' serious be. ITAMLIN, Limlr LOUISE Oklahoma City T. O. K., Secy. Spring Term, T. O. K. Play. Like Dina af old, she joins in the chase of elusive knowledge and brings dofviz the prey zuitliant mercy. .Islas JONES, RUTH M. K'll l1ANN.XH, Bll.RY Ecliuoufl. Okla. Tsa Mo Ga, Glec Club 4Xccompa,uist, Tsa Mo Ga Play, l'iauo Gradu- ate ,19. Sizes ajjfoble, fair and quiet, too, and rarely foils to smile at you. l1ERRIN, BABY Eclmoucl, Okla. Art Editor of Bronze Book. 1 Steady, persistent, ever ready, for life's work now quite ready- JARVIS, ,IUANITA Cashion. Okla. Tsa Mo Ga, Glee Club, Quill Club. Sl1e's as frm as she is good. A student in every sense of the word, and as a teacher, tt'e're sure slze'Il be heard. liING, iXl,lNIA Edmond, Qkla. 'Psa Mo Ga, Secy. and Treas., 'Psa Mo Ga Play. Size is as popular as size is fair. lqINl3. LICNNIE ESTELLE. Oklahoma City Criterion, Secy. Spring Term. Quiet cum' 1fese1't'ed, ye! erzjoys o good tzme. qila. . BRONZE 130014 A BFSQNZE BOOK , 14? f' LEGRAND. M.xRm:.x1uiT xYZ1tO11gZl, Okla. Ufiflz mind alrrt. vyvs briglzt and gray, she ivorks amz' talks her task away'- LOVVRY, R1-:Til IqiI1gHSl1C1', Qkla. Shakespeare. Her' fongzzv I2c1uiz'f11ef1', as charllzillg as hm' eyes. LYDICK, RILLA Stroud, Okla. Shakespeare, Y. XV. C. A. A warm hfart and a ffm' brain. IXIARKS, AIARY Fluxclis. Edmond, Okla. Tsa Mo Ga, Y. VV. C. A., 'Psa Mo Ga Play- Lvt her have lzvr way in cz'e1'ytI1i1zg. AICANICII, ALl:1-3RT,x Edmond, Okla. Tsa Ho Ga, Y. XV. C. A., Tsa M0 Ga Play. A-1 Iii? ruirc and a good sfzzdcfnt. MCCLAIN, x'IVIAN Padeu, Okla. A perfect woman nobly planned, to warn, to comfort, and commcmdy r 'EIB' . BFSQNZEL MORRELI., Do1:oT11Y lllackwell, Okla. Triumvirate, Glee Club. fl! be merry and free: If 1l0lJUd,X' cares for me, FII care for 1'Z0lJ0d.l'. lXlYERS, CHARLES Oklahoma, City Arena- He went over the top and now comes hack to finish wiilz 115. CC'1'lfI'Gl is proud of him and cfvrj' Senior glorivs in his record. NAU. CARULINE Guthrie, Okla. Tsa Mo Ga, Tsa Mo Ga Play. From the crorwz of her head to the 5010 of hw' foot his kindness. NEEDHAM, Rl"llH Criterion. Ruth, too, is kind and fel'-x' fair, and .vccms at msc and frm' from care. PATRICK, IIESSIE Uklalioina City Criterion. S0 sivcrt the blush uf Izczslzfzzllzcss, 6011 fvity .vcarvv would wish it lesx. li,.X'l"I'l'fRSUN, ll.xz1CL Edmond, Oklzl. Tsa Mo Ga, Pres. Fall Terin. Nafzrrc' dia' her so IIIIICII right that shf sm'ms Ihr half of nrt. qglg. 37 BOOK PM 'JSF' ii' nrsouza Boom ..,g, Qu - f , 4' 13562 PETREE, NIERNON D. Edmond, Okla. Editor-in-Chief of Bronze Book, Arena, Arena-Senate Debate, S. A. T. C., Y. M. C. A., Triangular Alternate, Football '16-'18, Bas- ketball '19, Track '17-'19, Base- ball '19, Vista Staff. I am mozzarcll of all I SIlI'T'8j'-VHA' right there is none to dispute. POTTER, AvoN Edmond, Okla. Business Manager of Bronze Book, Triangular Debate, Arena, Pres. XVinter Term, Football '17-'18, Mgr '18, Basketball '19, Arena- Slenate Debate, Viee-Pres. Class, Vista Staff. A man that lmtli a mint of fvlirases in his mind. ' PORTERFIELD, ETHEL GRACE Shawnee, Okla. Y. VV. C. A. I am perfectly happy if no one dis- turbs me. PowE1,L, CYNTHIA Oklahoma City Shakespeare, Pres. XVinter Term, Seey. Fall Term, Shakespeare Play, Vista Staff. A little nonsense' now and than is relished by the best of men. PRATER, JIMMIIC Oklahoma City Tsa Mo Ga, Pres- Wiliter Term, Senior Basketball. ' Quiet, studious little girl, 7.U0llld1'Z'1f plunge into life's gay whirl- RICHARDS, Tkiissa Qklahoma City Glee Club, Lyceum. Her million dollar smile wins friends tvlzereveif slzc goes. .l1!Bs TAYLOR, CECELIA Edmond, Okla. I hate nobodyg I am at charity with the world. I BIFSGNZE BOOK Af SILxT'1'UCK, MYRTLE l'Vhe1z e'er I give, I give my best. SHAW, GERTRUD15 Enid, Okla. Criterion. Nameless graces which no method teach- SPENCICIQ, FANNIE Billings, Gkla. Exlzaztstizzg thought, and having wis- dom with each stzzdiozzs year. SP12NC1fR, IVA Billings, Okla. In study I find my l'UCl'L'l1fI01'lf. SORRELS. STICLLA Poteau, Okla. Y. XV. C. A., Pres. XVinter Term, Shakespeare, Shakespeare Play, Class Secy. Those about her shall read the perfect ways of honor. .Islas ?' Lxf xx r.Y l l L. gxunowza 130014 l l 2' sk TEMPLIC, RIARY OLIVE XYatonga, Okla. Triumvirate, Y. NV. C. A. CD1l6"'ZUl10 likes lo rule and lzafve lzer fzvay, zuorkzbzg the teachers every day. T11:NNYsoN, l4l:1'l'TIE JANE Foyil, Qkla. T. O. K., Pres- Spring Term. Clzique, petite, and somezvlzat F7"Cl1ClIj', Oli, what tlzroes flze muses sem' ye! Tnosrrsox, NELLA Triumvirate. Studious, gaining the kll0TUl6dgf' of books, and willing to impart ilzat kIIO'ZC'l6'Clgf' to otlzers. TINKLEPAUGII, SIHYL El Reno, Okla. Criterion, Pres. Fall Term, Y. XV. C. A., Humor Editor of Bronze Book. Her quick 'wif and ready smile ruins her new friends all the wlzile. 'lloMME, PEARL Edmond, Okla. Tlzey"re only truly great who are truly good. VINCENT, BIAMIE Foyil, Okla- T. O. K. Yet bvazity, tlzouglz hzjziriozzsq, lzaflz strange powers. .Islas , BRONZE BOOK - VV.'XI,L.XClC, Dlflf Edmond, Okla. Arena. Let et'c1'Ax' man mind his own bzzsilzcss. XY.Xl,L.XCIi. MRS. Dlflf Edmond, Okla. fls true as sfccl. XYIQIISTER, CoR.x Guthrie, Okla. PVlz0rc the strcam l'll1l1It7fl1 smooflmst, the 'zuater is dcvfvcst. XYHARTUN, MRS. AGNES Davidson. Okia. ll"'0man at brst is a contradiftiou still. XVIIARTON. LESTER Davidson, Okla. He is a Smzior, flzereforc let him pass for a man. XY1I.xR'roN, Riwxioxn Davidson, Okla. Athletic Editor of Bronze Book, Arena, Vista Staff. Rifvs along l1'fv's road like a cyflone, lziftiizy notlzilzg but flze lziglz flares. .lslap ww xf Y 4? it I idk? Bmwza BOOK XYILLIAMS, NINA Edmond, Okla. T. O. K. Liffle but nziglily and always doing her best. XY1cIsEN1:,xcH, LUCILE Edmond. Ukla. A studions, ambitions little girl. Worms, LENNIE Modesty becomes a young lady. XYLOEDMAN, DIRK Britton. Okla. Basketball '18, l'Ve know not wlziclz is higher, llis stature or his grades. FERGESON lXl1NN114: lglELLIf.AllUl1St21 Ark. 7 b 7 Shakespeare, -Shakespeare Play. Minnie Belle, tvith lier elieery smile and pleasing manner, hails from Arkansas and tue like lzer. DICKERSON, LAURA Lockriclge, Okla. As I am, I mean ta be. "14lB l , BRONZE NVALLACE, HOPIC El Reno, Gkla. Criterion. Thcrc is sfvefrlz in lzcr smilf. SIIICLTON, ARLIE BELLE Hang S0l'1'0'ZU.' Care will lcill a mt, and flzercforc lefs be 11z0rr3'. XVILSON, IRMA l-low can szzclz a small lzcaa' contain so much. IXTELLER, BIARY Edmond, Okla. Kina' and good, quiet and wfiued, a steadivr girl yozfll lzardlj' 151103. XVIQATIIERS, LAURA Tlzcre is sffcfclz 'z'11 lzfr smilc. PY.x'rT. Cl,.xR.x Frederick, Gkla. She is a good stllclmlf. L.xw1al2xc1i. SYLVIA Chickaslm, Okla. fl TUOIIIUIIIA' fuomafz. qslila, EBOOK I fl 7 M .N ,,.. 0 ff iff -' 4 ,g umowze 1300K i llillilltlill.. Company, halt! one, two. Loud rang the cry of our commandant. Yernou lletree, through our company of freshmen, who had come to Central's Camp. lt could readily be seen that this company had a successful leader, for the prompt- ness with which the commands were carried out was wonderful. The raw re- cruits quickly learned to keep step and to do the routine of a1'1ny duties at Camp Central. This was a happy year for this company of soldiers. XYe had just en- listed and were eager to get into the real battle, to reach the front, but that was four years ahead of us. ln the fall of l5P14i our company was reorganized and we chose as our leader Robert Denny. XYe were still located at Camp Central and were drilling every day, preparing for life service. In April, lftll, the call to arms came and our ccJmmanmler-in-chief, Robert Denny, answered the call of a larger organization than ours, that of the Army of the United States. XYe were sad over losing our leader, but plugged along. Having enlisted as juniors in 1917, we at last felt that we were making headway toward the front line. NYC were but a short distance from the line and could hear the booming of the cannon of the benior Company. XVe were led, drilled, and marched by Commander Avon l'otter, under whose direction our company rapidly advanced. lleing eager to show the Seniors that we were doing our part in this battle we worked up enough enthusiasm to drown out several of their companies. Un April the Hrst we had a battle among ourselves. XYe met in front of the Administration building and came very near taking leave without permission. Hut being true soldiers we decided to stay and guard the camp. llow- ever, when the school work of the day was done we started out to capture the Sophomores, who had gone on a picnic. At almost eight o'elock, as the enemy were roasting weinies over a large fire, we gave a loud war cry and the battle be- gan. .-Xs to which company was victorious has never been decided. as both claimed the honor. We are now in the front line, eagerly working and preparing to go over the dslab 44 X BRONZE BOOK r top Yivian Fullwood is our leader and by the way in which she is commanding the Company we can see that women are going to accomplish great things, and are eonvineed that the people have made no mistake in granting them the fran- thise. :Xt the beginning of the Spring term Mr. Charles Myers, who left us as a .lunior to enlist in the U. S. Army, returned to join our Senior Company. lle has been in the trenches and has been wounded and gassed and he can tell many thrilling experiences of this great war. General Graves, the officer in command at Camp Central, gave our Company March 20th as Senior Day. .Xnd sueh a day! XVe Seniors will eherish it as one of the grandest times of our lives. This year is almost over. our good times at Central are about to end, and as we stand at attention and hear the last words of our General, "Company Dis- missedf, we will say, "Good by. dear old Central, long may you live and may the soldiers who enlist from year to year in Central gain as much from you as we, the Senior Class of 15319, have gained." IJOROTIIY DICKERSON. Mai I Q ky 'am' il 5 - :ik Q' ur--. :W gi? 'k lillput " , "' .u" 1T7 .' v- -- .Q f t :!.yfgyafkl:f,i.- . .5 . g,-. 36" il fe' -- 'Q ff? fjumllhl ,il yy ' My ,V lil If Il . , " 45 . lzrsonzrf: Book 01115155 will The members of the Senior Class having now finished their six years of ser- vice in Central State Normal School, and having received their honorable dis- charges in the form of life diplomas, do hereby make, publish, and declare the following to be their last will and testament: FIRST: To the Faculty of Central we do hereby will and bequeath our comfort kits to comfort them when students come to class unprepared. To tltf: rheumatic faculty members we also will and bequeath the numerous gas attacks that We were in the habit of receiving in the form of examinations, requesting that as a special remembrance they, in turn, give them to the Seniors of 1920. SECOND: To the juniors we do will and bequeath the honor of placing their squads in the center section of the assembly hall, with their president as cor- poral of the first row. Also we give them our army spoons and request that they be used in entertaining the faculty. To the aforementioned Juniors. we bequeath our worn out uniforms, our hob-nail shoes, and our rusty guns, to do with as they in their wisdom see fit. Into their tender and loving hands we trust our beloved 'Kknowledge proof helmets," hoping that they will be of as much service to them as they have been to us. THIRD: To the Sophomores we do hereby will, devise, and bequeath our famous by-words, trusting they will shield them from profanity. To the Sopho- more President we leave the right to be called sergeant and the honor of controll- ing all unruly juniors and underclassmen. FOURTH: To the Freshmen we hereby will and bequeath our noted army knives, to aid in cutting classesg also our handy and reliable 'Kmess kits" and "Knapsacks.', which will be found in the shape of the "Little Store" and two drug stores, requesting that they be used economically and on a cash basis. FIFTII: For the various departments of Central we have carefully chosen a few of our cherished possessions. To the historical museum we leave our "bed sacks" and our highly prized -Iunior "helmets," To the Domestic Art depart- ment we give our army blankets, requesting that they be mended and deoosited in the various class rooms where our army eots will be distributed for weary stu- dents. To the Physiology and dissecting departments we will and bequeath the wound stripes that we received for bearing so bravely a grade of Gilwfkg then. too, we feel it proper to place our gas masks that aided us in stalling through classes, in the tender hands of Mr. JZl1HlCSOHi5 students. To old North Tower we leave reveille, trusting that it will sound at five a. m., sharp. SIXTH: To the entire student body we solemnly bequeath our complete army of cooties, including sergeants and corporals. the latter to be given to the best scratchers in school. LASTLY: VVe do hereby revoke all former wills made by us at any time. In witness whereof we hereby set our seal on the '3lst day of Nay, A. D. 19l9. SENIOR CLASS OIF 1919. XVitnesses: Dy MARY GRAY. MRS. VVATKINS. MR. PAYNE. .Islas izrsowzf-.1 130014 Cl if X' LJM ,Jr-X. yt fs TFT s tyl er fa tree? 2 - . ifljii i3 f, ....A ,J.,,...W,ti....,,a..,,,..,..a..- ...AA.A ....,,l,g1S..H".'f,:f1.w,j l "Shades of night are softly fallingg Tenderest memories are calling, Memories and scenes that take me Spinning through the aisles of Time." Long, long ago, in the little village of lfdmond, located in the central part of the State of Oklahoma, there blossomed forth from the famous institution, which is standing there this very day, a beautiful and useful variety of young 111611 and women. They were the graduating class of 1919. Great things were expected of this wholesome group of humanity: yet how little did they realize the happiness and success that were in store for them all. The years pass before me in swift review-years made richer because of the efforts and earnest endeavor of ambitious girls and boys!- Dear '19, with heart so free. Stood ready-awaiting her destiny. If you were to walk up Fifth Avenue. N. Y., under the bright lights and among the throngs of hurrying people, you would be attracted by the flashing of a sign "Madam Rigolettau appearing in "The Heart Smasherf' and who should this be but Alma King, who was once a Senior of Central. She is a wonderful actress and plays roles that are typical of our 'fonce" Alma King. After the war there arose a great demand for "Lady Chauffeursf' Yera Clark stepped heroically forth and filled one of the greatest vacancies in New York. She is charming in her masculine attire, and meets many interesting peo- ple on her daily jitney routes. Un a sunny slope in California Stella Sorrels has founded a beautiful home for lonely orphans. She shows a decided partiality for the little red-headed ones. Anna Rice and Cora lYebster were traveling through Porto Rico and there became stranded from bankruptcy. They at once went into the ice cream cone business and finally cleared enough money to continue their travels. They would have been even more successful at their temporary occupation had they not be- come so constantly famished for ice cream during business hours. Mary llannah, like the little postage stamp. stuck tight to one thing until she reached her goal. ln a magnificent library in NYashington, D. C., Mary is fre- fluently found in the children's story room. She is surrounded by a group of happy children on whose childish faces varied expressions come and go with the word pictures Mary is painting. .Islas , Bnonze tsooia Among the world's most prominent suffragettes we find our old friends, Amy Remmers, Laura lleth Lowry, Leah Hamlin and Daisy XYalker, all of whom displayed strong symptoms of "politics" even in the effulgent dawn of their resplendent careers. Mrs. Brumley, with her talented daughters, Gladys, Thema and Tyriel, has established an ethical culture school in Mexico, to further the artistic tendencies of the race. Kate Amyx, Maud Anderson, Yera Chancey, Mabel Christian, Katie Dutton and Essie Fitzgerald, hearing of the great work being done in this school, have applied for places on the faculty. VVhile Carolina Nan and Vivian McClain were on their way to France to help with the big reconstruction work to be done there, the bejeweled white ele- phant that Yivian had kept and fondly cherished since her senior year at Central, was engulfed in the deep blue sea. The accident occurred as the girls were lean- ing overboard counting the whales. Later a diving crew was organized for the worthy purpose of rescuing the precious symbol- ln spite of the untiring efforts of the Captain, Tressa Richards, and Laura XN'eathers, Nina W'illian1s, Fannie and lva Spencer, no traces of the gentle beast have come to light. Le:-ter lYhorton, Dirk Yloedman, Charles Myers, llazel l'atterson, Maud Northcutt, Linnie NVoods, Ruth Needham and Rilla Lydick became loyal sup- porters of the llolshevik doctrine and sailed for Russia to assist their foreign brethren in their feverish struggle. Through the successful efforts of the Con- stables' Association, among whose members We lind Gordon Shelton, Dorothy Morrill, Frances Marks, Opal Goodwill, Rosena Fink, llessie Cunningham and Minnie Cartmill, the supporters of this party have been barred from political activities in America forever. As the worlds greatest exponent of solo dancing, Mary llailey heads the list. During one of her recent performances she discovered in the audience many of her school day friends, Loretta llell. Eleanor Barry, Louise Backhus, Jessie Hall, llaby Herrin, Ruth jones, Linnie King, Margaret Legrand, Edith Morgan. Yirgie Manney, Marion Prator and Esther Tommy, who Were enraptured over the success of their talented Mary. In the missionary field of Korea many of our old classmates have found their life work. Ida Stout, Myrtle Shaddock, Offie Lane, Lettie Tennyson, Mary Keller, Juanita .larvis and Clementine Gregory are filling many little heathen souls with spiritual food. Leojean lloyack became widely enthused over Bees while taking a course in Nature Study at Central. She started a "Bee Ranch" and was doing well when one of her customers convinced her that she could do better raising white mice. The mice accumulated in such rapid and numerous proportions that Leojean grew alarmed and gave up the business. She is now teaching expression in high school and gives private instruction in basket weaving and china painting on the side. Alberta Mc.-Xninch, who has always shown special talent in designing work, is now in one of the largest manufacturing companies of the East, planning and de- signing "Hope" boxes. She says that it is a delightful occupation and brings back memories of the S. A. T- C. at Central. Gur beloved President, Vivian Fullwood, with all of the dignity and majes- tic bearing which she possessed in her Senior year at Central, has realized her ambition by becoming one of the worlds most treasured kindergarten supervisors, .Islas , BRONZE BOOK ln the society circles of today, among those who are most bright and daz- yling to the sight and to the mind are four of our former classmates, llerniee English, Mamie Yincent, Sybil Tinklepaugh and Laura lieth Lowrey. And should your gaze fall upon the professional circles of today you might behold seated in a large office among many men of many minds a youth who at Central had not yet learned to lie, Nay, not even on the right side would Avon Potter f-ay a word that eould be untruly interpreted. Thus are the mighty brought to lower planes! ln one of the large cathedrals of the east there dwells a stately priest always dressed in robes of dignity pouring forth words of inspired instruction. Yerily it is Yeruon l'etree himself, our old class "pest" who has thus entered into the work of the church. , Somewhere in Florida a household has been made happy by a wife and mother. who has found her greatest ambition in the highest of all worldly voca- tions, the maker and keeper of the home. 'llhis was the choice of Dorothy Dick- crson. Tonight, if you were to walk down the streets of a large foreign city and "peep" in a window of a beautiful bachelor girl apartment, your vision would rest upon a group seated by a large fireplace talking of the past. 'llhey are none other than our old chums at Central, Mary Gray, -limmie Prater, Mamie Dovell and Bess Patrick. Jimmie, now a famous violinist, is calling forth sweet strains from her polished instrument, while the others are dancing jigs in delightful time to the music, their classic figures swaying from side to side at the appeal of the fan- tastic air. And surely only goodness and truth and prosperity shall continue to follow all the days that are even yet to come to the fair and talented members of the class of 1919. ..g4!5. F 0 Jj fgnf N h Vrf ,, , f,' ww, --Q -if --- gf, 'un -aav. y 'bf We QVWQ W 51 5' my W fic' V 1:5 IW. .N vw 9 IL .. 2 wg FE N' Q New 55 pi 4 4 mvswte - m 5 vw k o. ,w 9 5 A 472525 'ami' fi 432 .L- , . 4 def' . 5? A Q 1 M LQ N , -I ' mwah Q S lg I I X f b v fx 4 , 1! 6 X 1 4 A .y,'.g.'gjg'-'IfQ'f P .f.'.Q.j',':.-':':,7:2i If riff V .' . -. 4135, , VSONZEL BOOK aaas 1 l l ARENDS, lXflAYs1A Edmond, Okla. Junior Play. She jnst dotes on psychology. AMYX, LYDIA Loveland, Okla. Y. W. C. A. .Vale haste slofzvly. BARNES, ZETTA jones, Okla Quill Club Another stndzoas fnniar. BERNARD, RIIIU Yukon, Okla. Senate T. O. K. Play, Senate Play, Junior Play. One of Central's wonderful actors. BETTY, ALENZO Edmond, Okla. Criterion Play. A nian of earnest heart and earnest endeavor. BRAYMER, HUGH Bartlesville, Okla. Football, '18, Basketball, '19. Idleness is an ajvpendzlr to nobility, therefore, Chick is noble. BRIDAL, PEARL Marshall, Okla. A good student with high ideals, To her all things of excellence appeals. BRYANT, BIARION Frederick, Qkla. Criterion Play, Junior Play. No time for stndyja of Quark, rx here are ihe girls? m.wnmaannwum.u-nn- if 'J T -isis, 51 Z. W . J, BRONZE BOOK l l CRONKITE, NORBIA Cashion, Okla. A pretty little girl with charming ways. DAVISON, WINNIE Wanette, Okla. A very studious Junior.. DEGRAFFENRIED, THELMA Edmond Tsa Mo Ga, Vice-Pres. Fall, Tsa Mo Ga Play, junior Play, junior Basketball. adrnired by all. DEXVlXLlNG, AIAY Blackwell, Triumvirate, Secy. Spring. I1-er way. DONALDSON, GLENN Guthrie, T. O. K. Play. found DOVELL, HELEN Criterion, Criterion Play. A popular young lady, and very ble. Criterion, Pres. Spring, Glee Y. VV. C. A., Criterion Junior Play. A girl arnong ten thousand. ELKINS, KIAE Edmond, Has af srnile th-at does not corne 4135. His love of duty is so profound. DUNBAR, ELIZABETH Ft. Smith, T. O. K., Glee Club, Y. VV. C. A girl who has pleasing ways and is Okla The force of her own rnerit rnalees Okla A rnind whose depths can scarce be capa- Ark Club Play Okla A. of Brienza: 130014 A f x, E ,. ELLINGTUN, GENEVA Wagnor, Okla. Criterion, Treas. Spring. A frieudslzlp that makes the least noise is wry often the most nsefnl. FRARY, LAWRENCE Guthrie, Okla. I dare do all that becomes a man ,' who dares do more is none- GRINELL, EDNA Okeene, Okla. Criterion, Criterion l'lay, junior Play. Her noble zvortlz and laughing manner makes her frielzdslzip sought by all. HICKS, XvICTOR Blanchard, Okla. Arena. lVl1o said a lover of work and the ladies? HIGHT, Xf'ERA Edmond, Okla. A very talented j'01lJlglClllj'. HUDSON, GUY Blair, Okla. Senate. It takes a long, tall man to make the girls all love lzim. -IOBLIN, lXlARY JANE Porter, Okla. Criterion, Glee Club, Y. WY. C. A., Criterion Play. "Tlzrllls,f' I got a letter today. ICIMHALL, GEoRc:E Jennings, Okla. Arena, Spring term Debate, 'lf U. K. Play, Football, '18, Track, '19, Junior Basketball. One of Centrals jinest boys. l 'ala' BFSONZEL BOOK gl fl f v IQING, BEALE Maysville, Okla. Junior Play. Then she will talk, goodness knows she will talk. LARKIN, ESTIIER Muskogee, Okla. Shakespeare, Glee Club, Y. W. C. A., Junior Play. The fefjviest girl in the .lnnior class. LEWIS, M ERCER Edmond, Okla. Senate, Y. M. C. A. Girls, quit rnaking eyes at nie. LIVELY. KlARIE Stroud, Okla. Triumvirate. Life is short and so ani I. LONG, XYIOLET Hinton, Okla. Shakespeare. She is bright and shining in more ways than one. MARKS, LUTHER Edmond, Okla. Arena, Tsa Mo Ga Play, jlunior Play. His quiet ways and business manner rnake friends in every class. MCCORD, RUTH Greenwood, Ark. Shakespeare, Junior Basketball. Let her have her way in everything. lXlITCHELL, HIXZEL Cleo Springs, Okla. Y. W. C. A., Triumvirate. A watch which boats true for all times and never runs down- - -----------l 45215- , BRONZE EBCOK :XlITCHliLL, fYlRVILI.lf Calumet, Okla. Football '18, llasketball '1Sl. A-I good athlete, with a jvrosjzective fzz- tzzre. lXloRc:.xx, CECIL Minco, Olcla. I am rfery fzartiezzlar tlzat my friends be not quite as tall as l. ZXIORISETT, IXIARY Edmond, Okla. Shakespeare, Shakespeare Play. Altua-vs ready azzd 'Zl'UI'f1.llg. lvl-L'IfI.LlfR, BERTIIA Edmond. Okla. Slze lzas a pzzrpose izz life. Myriks, M,x1:LE Edmond, Okla. Triumvirate. Always ready for fuzz and a good tzme. NAV, FREDA Guthrie, Okla. Slze rrzozfes like lighfllllllg and zzszzally g gets tlzere. OSHORNIC, NoL.x Crescent, Okla. l Criterion, junior Play. Ever gentle, kizzd and sweet. PATTON, REBECCA Holdenville, Okla. Triumvirate. Do 'zvlzat you have to do, but do zzot , be :worked to deatlz. t 1 D i 'f'!? glnnonza 130014 Y R.xo.xN, XVILLIANI Vicky, Mo. Senate, Triangular Debate, Senate Play. A wise man is snjfieient nnto lziniself. RICKICRV, JENNIE Edmond, Ckla. I x - - lr1umv1rate. A 'willing ic'01'kei'. Rnnxos, W. OTIS Edmond, Okla. Arena, Pres. Fall, Class Pres., School Yell Leader, Triangular '18, Junior Play. Now, people, tue have to pnt this deal through. ROBERTS, BEULA II Depew, Okla. T. O. K., Sec. XVinter, Y. VV. C. A., Club Debate, Triangular Debate T. 0. K. Play. She speaks what she thinks when she thinks it, and her thoughts are always on hand. ROLL, BEATRICE Fletcher, Okla. Junior Play. Her talents are many. ROWI.iXNlJ, DUDLIEY Muskogee, Okla. If he could sell his talents he would be a millionaire. S.xMPLE, CHARLES Mannford, Okla. Senate, Pres. VVinter, Y. M. C. A., S. A. T. C., Senate Play. Greater men than I may have lived, but I donbt it. SHATTUCK, iXlARY Edmond, Okla. Y. XY. C. A., Tsa lllo Ga. She always has her lessons- .Islas Eng ZE B 0 ,, g N o K MA ,J....11. .G- SHIQLTON, K.XRL Edmond, Okla. Senate, Senate Play, T. O. K. Play, Junior Play. A quiet, but enthusiastic student. SP12.xRx1lxN, Hszlfl, Edmond, Okla. Tsa Mo Ga, Vice-Pres. Spring, Glee Club, Tsa Mo Ga Play, Junior Play. fl maiden eharrning and fair, ,llusie talent like lzers is rare. SPIQARMAN, CR.xwFoRn Edmond, Okla. junior Play, junior Basketball, Base- ball, '19. He is another Junior boy, whose wit affords ns joy. SPARKS, PAY Apache, Okla.. T. O. K., Pres. VVinter, Quill Club, T. O. K- Play. fluotlzer of those otertvorked Central girls. STEPHENS, jU1.1A Edmond, Okla. Boys do not interest me as do books. TAYLOR, JAMES Edmond, Okla. Senate, Senate Play, Junior Play. He works hard. THUMPSON, E1.Iz.xl:ETH Manguin, Okla. Shakespeare. She is a popular girl it is plain to be seen, At making dates size is really quite keen. TITUS, Nokrx Genoa, Illinois. Criterion. Ask the Trio. Class about Nora. I """ " ""' " "" l L-. QIHIBL l 57 T l .4.ll BRONZE BOOK 2 TOOL, IDONOVAN Edmond, Oklu. Arena, Pres. Spring. Think of lzis intellectual ability. TRIGG, EL1z.xI:l2'1'H Quinton, Okla. Shakespeare, Y. XV. C. A., junior Play, Junior Basketball. Betty! Her eyes eajytivate many. LTNZICKICR, MARIE Edmond, Okla. Quiet and always ready. XY.xl.K12R, ANNA LOL' Frederick, Okla. Smile and soon. fliere will be miles and miles of smiles. XYARD, l:RY.XN'll Limestone Gap. Arena, Basketball '19, Baseball 'ISL A small gentleman, elef'e1' and gay. NYESTERN, l',xU1.1NlC Edmond, Okla. Shakespeare, Sec. Spring, Shakes- peare Play, junior Play, Yell Leader, Y. XY. C. A., junior Bas- ketball. Yelliizg lzer specialty! Lez"s get some pep! Et'eryl1ody1if1! XV1LL1.xMs, IRIQNE Crowder, Okla. Shakespeare, junior Basketball, Vice-Pres. Class. lViz'l1 a background of Juniors slze is a rose among many roses. XYIIITSON, CARI. Cole, Okla. A good zvorker- .lglas . tmowza 130014 1 ff" fr, M5555555555555 55555i55555555X Bluniur lass ilaisturp 5555555555555 5555555555558 ln 19153 the .lunior Class boarded the train at the Central terminal. The luxurious purple and gold painted coaches were ready for them. There was at the head of the train the monstrous engine throbbing and purring with sup- pressed energy. On its glittering sides were the magic signs "ISHN," lts head- light, which was to throw light on so many dark places for them, was polished brightly. At the throttle they placed Otis Ridings, and he has piloted them through many dangers. XYith a blast of the whistle the great train pulled out of the station. The thunder of the engine indicated the great record that was to follow. The vicissitudes of the journey were many, the hills steep and the dangers pressing, but the engine made light of them and the "Success Special" roared on. lnto the Sophomore station they came, having established an unbroken record of victory. There they took on a few more passengers and with the same eng- ineer swung into the second year of their journey, which tested to the fullest the speed andpower of ther great engine. The train which had just passed en- deavored to block the way, but number "l5P'3l1" smashed the blockade in a flying shower of juniors and their allies, the Freshmen. On this stage they surpassed their previous record of achievement. Vtihen the monstrous train swung into thejunior Depot, they found many men awaiting them, and, with these additions to their number, are now speeding toward the last station, the terminus of graduation, from where they will embark for the port of success. C. DONAYAN TOOL. -'sits BFSQNZEL EBOOK f " , 'pw 1 W 9 Q, L f W, T lm, 2 ffxl I-ZX ,f qf X f X ff! ur? AX X tg fN X f f f kgikw Q If 'Q X f gf: NM. if f, 5 V? X Y. uf Y, ' xy fx-Ex , ihm no VU- " N X. f W - -- A ff - , , x A 1 f,' wm WMUEX f, ,eff x A g f M7 f W f NX X 1..4evw,.2.1 ? 3 g gi-,w 'ha 4.5 Sz w 'gel S E Q P: lk "wif 2 E PZ .2 " ' ISV: 6 fan. ifiw s x Alai 462: 'X A Ei X WQYL , My ' , ! f Q53 f if M Q Q :Q 23?Z? , if X, X .ik-Qjf' f g,X:,3'i:i5 X f X 5 f' L72 -NXT gm-.N ,' . 4, N ,f Qhfgff " ,. qw Xxx Lf f rx! X xxx , ,X f iffx -2 dl' y '-- 'ff X op, ff f XX X XX we X .If kk, kxx RX I NX 5 K! 2 ff xxx X H j ,aff XX X ,f K1 X N J f N 4 f f 1 Us y , X NF. ff xx lf, m Eg, jf xg X f K x X v ,T ,N N Fifi? 1- 1 j WU ' H 7 .Isla ,.. zdcfc N be Qqh BRONZE BOOK S 1 ai' it . , 'J4 ' ,Igl,xl.nw1N, EL'l..xI1, "'l'L71a1:Y" Edmond, Qkla. I say what I tlziizk tvlzeiz I tlzink it. TRAKIQR, IDUNAIJJ, 'KBAIQICU Edmond, Okla. Arena, Tea No G11 Play. Bakr is the Safilzies Toaflistanc. lllf'l'lCNl!UUGH, Iihfssm, "NESS," Edmond, Qkla. T. O. K. T0 Inc little does not alivays mean ta bc great. Ihfmow, NIQLLIIC, uNlfLI,,u Stroud, Okla. T511 No Ga. .fl shy little, sweet little Saplwmorc. Cox, NoL.x, t'D1c.xR" Coweta, Okln. Glee Club. T0 know lzcr is to low lzfr. CURRY, LoL'N.x, "Lou," Edmond, Okla. Lyceum. She says, "I like the High School l3llllCl1.U ll'0udvr fvliy? DAVIS, Climus, "C1i1'H," Yan Nuy, Calif. Senate, Senate Play. Quiet, still water rims deep. DAVIS, T. J. Van Nuy, Calif- Senate, Senate Play. Ye gods, lzam' I ivislz I L'0Illll nzakc' a lzit. lJlfNVEY, Fulglmxtmox, "ll1LI." Edmond, Qkla. Y. XY. C. A. Size says she likes tlzenz all. It's mutual tlzoziglt. qglg. T 4 l Wlg K, zooms. Boon T E,xTox, LE1..xNn, '4Sl.1n" Cashion, Okla. Arena, Tennis 'l9. A loyal, faithful Sophomore. GRAY. SUSIE. "SUz," Edmond, Okla. Tsa Mo Ga. Pleasure before study. GRAY, NV.x1.'l'ER llritton, Okla. Basketball '19, Class Pres., Senate, Senate Play. True 'zvortlz is being, not seeming. l'lAIlER4, RosIiTT.x Lucien, Okln. Y. VV. C. A. A quiet but true Sophomore. liALL, HERHERT, 'KLENGTHYQ' Edmond, Okla. He sees oi'er many by 77160718 of his lzeiglzt. H.xMPToN, ANTHONY, i'l'lAlNIP,U Edmond, Oklzm. A sober youtlz with solemn plus. ll1o1:E13, EIJRAH, "En" Durham, N. Car. Tsa Mo Ga. Not to know lzer argues yourself mis- taken. HUGHES, EDITH, "HUc:H1csY,,' Edmond, Okla. Capt. Soph. Basketball Team. It takes Edith to play basketball. KALE, VVALTER, "FAT" Edmond, Okla. Talk about good looking brunette. .Islas 62 K121f31.Y, ARLINIC Arcadia, Okla. S110 is atzotlzcr of our quiet girls. lQll!llY, FRANCIS Eflinoncl, Okla. T. O. K. Tl1at's cz girl with spirit lzvrv is our l'lJ'CllZClS. llCC.XR'l'Y, illflllll Fairfax, Okla. Arena, Y. Rl. C- A., T. O. K. Play. Blcssfd is tlzc man, who lza-ring amtli- iny to say, keeps still. MITCHIQLI., An, Mustang, Okla. Quill Club. Altlfffnglz tall, slle does not COIISIZYTCF' fzmsclf above us. Moiwox, RIINNU-2. "Blix" Edmond, Okla. Tlzat smile wins lllimziv many friends. PARIQS, BEN liclniond, Okla. Arena, Criterion Play. He vzeifvr fvcds 071' tlzc Cl1Cll'7'ZlLif'S of te.1't books. Vll.XUl,Y, NIQLLIE, "N151.L.'l Efln1oncl,Oklz1. -Ycllie is a lzafvjvy little Soplzomwc. l'oT'1'E1a, ALLEN Edmond, Olcla. Senate. Allen makes a flfzr' yell leader. l'ow1-1LL. KLXRIUN XVellston, Okla. -llC1l'l0ll, dont be so qzlietq let's get lllflllllllilffd- l .lsslap . BRONZE BOOK J f mmowza 130014 R.xu.xN, T. A. Yicky, Mo. Senate. T. rl. is tlixfllf A'c'1ll'L'H we all tflilzlr. S.x1,1,lQI3, I2x'121e'r, US.Xl,l,Y,H 1id1n0nd,Ok1a. You van fnd "Scilly" in a Ford most of the time. SMITH, FLUSSIE, "F1.cmSs" Kingfisher, Olda. .-I f70f'IllLll' Zittlr blolzdv. SP.xxazI.12R, C,x1:1,'1'oN, HCURLICY' Edmond. Ukla. Arena, Triangular, 'Psa Mo Ga Play. V0 gods, ham' he will urgzzc. SP.xNc31,xwgR, MtxRm:li12R1'1'1f:, "XlL'G" ECIIIIOIICI, Oklzl. Tsa N0 Ga, Piano Graduate. 51,10 says she lows f1xIjl'fL'llIl'lll'U and Oklahoma Hisi01'3',' iuwzdcr why? S'11xN1fo1zn. EDWARD McL0ud, Okla. Senate. Hv is zz good student and Ll 39110 de- batfr. TsxNN1iR, IOAQUIN Britton, Okla. Tsa X10 Ga, Tsa M0 Ga Play. S110 is fornzerly from Ada and we love her. TIIUMPSQN Emu Snvder, Okla. 3 .f That girl is a H11-l1kt'I', rvmark the men. TRLXXX, XYELMA Edmond, Okla. A quiet, zmasszmzifzg girl of ,stcrlzfzg ic'0'1't11. qglg. K ' I 1 XYICKERS, l3r:R'r1e1lx Glencoe, Okla. l Bertha is quiet, but a persei'erz'11g girl. l YICKICRS, Xoklx Glencoe, Okla. Calumet has a sfrolzg 0lll'GCfl01Z for Nora. VVILLIAMS, GRACE. HBOIEISYH Edmond. Okla. Class Secretary. S1lCll wouderflll brotmlz eyes, and fair. VVILLI.xMsoN, JOHN, 'LJONNIEGV Ripley, Okla. Football '17-'18, Basketball 'li-'1S- '19, Baseball 'l9. folm is one of Ce1ztral's All-Star atlz- letes. VVL:Is12NulxeH. LILLIIC. 'ILILLX' Eclmoncl, Okla. Triunwirate, Pres. XVi11ter, T. O. K., Tri. Debate. Lillie claims to be busy eight days in the week. HULLAND, LYLE Edmond, Okla. Senate, Senate Play, Senate-Arena Debate, Baseball, Track, Football '1G. Lyle is one of Uuele Sams file Sons. .lssgap 1l . BRONZE 1:50014 I bupbmure Ziaisturp N , BRONZE BOOK X lim lim mil im: s all lil Qlllass uf '22 ill www l .X 2553235EE25E::::a:::::::::::::: .,,,, EEEiEE?EEEEEEE,,?EEE ,,,., .,...,...,. . .,.,. 3 QEEEEEEEEEEEJ That Sophomore Class isn't an ordinary class. Even to hear the Juniors talk they hand it to ns that we are the only rival they are fearfully afraid of- YVith a father like Professor lVilson and a mother like Miss Thomas what class could out do us in rcal "pep" and spirit? Then, too, considering the many good looking bright shining faces that you have just looked upon, could you doubt the truth with such evidence in the case? Our class has always been a leading class in the history of the school. We met early in the Fall Term on the 253th of November and elected Xlialter Gray president of our class. XYith his splendid helpers, Allen Potter, Grace XYilliams and that "peppy" yell leader, called "lien," the class has certainly won a place in the school. Yes, it is true we have a large class, but not only that, we have the best section in the assembly hall. VVhen "lien" leads those yells no other class can be heard. The Seniors may have their elephants, the juniors their caps, but the Sophs beat that-we have our little black cats. After those challenges which our class basketball team put up, all of the other classes were sorry that it happened just that way, for we certainly won "class championship." Wie, the Soplnnore Class, feel highly honored to have the distinguished men such as john VX'illiamson, who starred as halfback on our football team and was so swift as guard on our basketball team and now he is representing us on the baseball field. Then we have Lyle Holland who is also a star athlete, of whom we are proud. "Curley" Spangler is another. lle stars not only in tennis, but made the State Triangular Debating team. Then came that happy night for all Sophies, on the Fourteenth of April, when we had that hilarious good time in those barracks. Everything was decor- ated so bewitchingly pretty with little black cats, two colors and gold and then the soft glow of those candles. Yes, we had music too, and played rook and we all indulged in a general good time. To show some of the talent that We have in our class the following song was composed to the tune of "Influenza Blues." XYe are the S-O-I'-H-O-Bl-CJ-R-E, Wie are the Soplnnore Class. XYay down here in C- S. N. With just lots of pep. Oh, lt's ashes to ashes. and it's dust to dust, lf the Juniors don't shut up, we'll make them or bust. Wie are the S-O-l'-ll-O-Xl-C J-R-E, The Soplnnore, Soplnnore Class. y .l56!B. gbrsrsoswza Boom w, A-U ' " K 1 . X wg.-.fn 2-,, "5 fffi 35 J C? I. JVX'rQr,Ype qllclav-Lx rid I ESHMEN Bmowza 130014 fl 4 ,ff 1, 2521 BARNES, BLXRY ALICE Shawnee. l'Vl1at's the use of ivarryilzg? RARR13'1"r, FRANCIS Edmond- Jlorc sariozzs than you miglzt think. REACH, ZOLA Glencoe. Many may be l0f'f'd, but few mnflz loved. BELL, IQALPH Edmond. My best friend is my flz'i.'m'. 1315Lr,ows, ESTIIER Marietta. Quiet, honest and 1massumi1'zg. Edmond. BLACK, LONNIE Heavy 011 foot, but light in spirit. EPLER, FLURENCIQ Edmond. Judge me by what I am. EPLER, GRACE Edmond. Slow, but to the point. 13Pl,ER, IRMA Edmond. Gentle in manner and tlzorozzglzly capable. SIB' BRONZE BGOK I GREGORY, KIARSHALI. Edmond. Pleasure lias its time so lzas ic'z'sa'0m. GRIFFIN, IIOLLIS Edmond. The magic of lzer eye lzatlz won our lzearts. HRNSEN, IXIARIE Calumet. She has a great maizizer fuhielz keeps hidden a gay lzeart and a lwatr spirit. HIQSTERLY, LUCILE Terlton. Kuofuiz by few but liked by all of the few. l'IIl,I.EBRAND, LOUISE Edmond. I knew tlze right and did it. PIILLEBRAND, BIINNIE Edmond. A sincere, modest and trzztlz lozfing girl. HUWELL GI..-xDYs Edmond. .lIl'SClll'C'T'0IlS eyes tlzat izetrr study. .IIxNI2wAx', CLARA Glencoe. I traiized my lzair tlze way it slzozzld go. K.xI.I3, XYERNOX Edmond. Jly lziglzest ideal is to be a good busi- ness man. .l16!B. Izrsowzft. 50014 INTILLIAN, JEFFIE Arkansas City. I say what I think when I think it. BIARKS, XYYNONA Edmond. Come easy, go easy, I should worry. IXIYERS, RUSSELL Edmond. I am different from everyone else. NAU, LOUISE Guthrie. folly but studious. POTTER, PAUL Edmond. Science is my hobby. RAY, CLOYDE Guthrie. He needs no eulogy, he speaks for himself. TYLER, JEWELL Edmond. Little and quiet, but progressive. Woon, NEAL Edmond. A youth of sterling worth. YORK, ELIZABETH Edmond. In for o good time always. .lqgap , BRONZE 130014 of :Qs-4 " fr' K 'gl I-56,9 sl jig tl W fiiii, CUl,ORSfOI1'i'f ffl't'ClI and ll'111'fe. F LC JXYTQTQ-lV!1I'fC k'0.vc. lfKlllLlfXl-Owl. RltJ'l"l'CJ-"IIT .YC'Z'l'l' Slffpf' FAC L'l.TY ,XIJYISUR-ill1'ss illePlzc'rtcr.v. "There will he an important meeting of the Freshmen Class in the Old North Building." What a thrill ran through every Freshman as this announce- ment was made! lt was the answer to the oft-repeated question, "Why dont we organize P" The class convened and after much discussion plaeed its confidence in the following officers: President, Mr. Russell Myers, I Secretary, Miss Nina Craig, Yell leader, Mr. l'aul Potter. A fine class spirit was shown in the frequent subsequent meetings and also in school events. The class enjoyed an evening with Miss Mel'heeters in the Domestic Science rooms. We the Freslnnan Class. love the Old North Tower and all it stands for, our teachers, the other classes, and ahove all, our faculty advisor. It is hereby highly resolved that the class of '22 shall he true to its motto, loyal, willing workers for Central. and make a record so good it can never be forgotten. Owl! Uwl! XYho. who? XYho, who? 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R , ff Xxx ' 4 K 4,61 1 , ' X, ' ,. , ff kk 4499. rzvsowza 50014 f V , A ff N BRONZE ESGOK x if N, 4, , f ' I :ff ,-,f ,f, Sbakzspzare fdlluh Slogan!-Onee a Shakespeare, always a Shakespeare Colors-Pink and Green Flowerflla France Kose ROSTER Ruby Canton ..-,... Vivian Fullwood .... Cynthia Powell--- Leojean Boyaek-, -- - Pauline 'Western Mamie Dovell Dorothy Diekerson Inez Stwink Elizabeth Trigg Stella Sorrells lilizabeth Thompson SHAKESPEARES ln the fall of l9lS, whence my story now is dating, And all the months that followed until June Scores of happy girls a-stewing while sur- prises were abrewing Kept the eampus, sehool and village in a boom. First they gave the big reeeption-all was free and no eolleetion Honoring their elub advisors old and new Mrs, Flstill was enraptured and our hearts Miss Canton eaptured, And our guests with sweeping bows did bid adieu. Then one c-old erisp winter evening found Shakespeares in line reeeiving Military lads and maids Criterion by the score. All the boys and girls were happy lor the program was ttjust snappy" And for parties sueh as these they called lor more. Many snowy Winter nights eireling round our eandle lights XVhen the wind outside went whistling through the trees We sat snugly in our liower-Shakespeare volumes to devour, Enjoying elevc r toasts and dainty teas. ' " mueh substantial G01lCl1l1lgf4Sl0YVlY was the Day approaehing Our exquisite Hhlueh Ado" was in the making A quiek heart throb and thrill, yea a eold and iey ehill The eurtainl-loud applause!-our little play was Htaking. Y! Esther Larkin Mary Morrisett Beth Lawry Maud Northeutt Leona Crain Faculty Advisor -------President Fall Term ----President NVinter Term ----President Spring Term Carrie Belle Wantland Irene Yl'illiams Ruth Meilord Minnie Belle l"ergus0n Violet Long Rilla Lydick Elizabeth Barnett ln a garden pink and green, which was to us a glowing dream, Where musie seemed to lift our very souls Miss Canton had prepared for school-girls' eyes A darling little fairyland surprise And of it all a tender memory eaeh girl holds. Xvllljll our fame had died away-for a fortune we did pray And we made it at the tournament you bet, 'Twas all about our Taffy that the boys were simply daffy And the proceeds from that deal we-'re counting yet. The next event in history ?-hist! A dark and hidden mystery Lo! the poultry show relieved the great suspense, Dogs and Bears and Ducks and Geese, Lions and other Cireus beasts Sat baek and laughed while Betsy walked the fence. ln our lovely Shakespeare garden-if our pride in it y0u'll pardon lVhere the Sun Dial easts a mystie shad- ow all day long There amidst the perfumed flowers-dew kissed leaves and April showers Lovers sit and dream and listen to the birds, sweet song. lflub days now are on the wing-many a parting song we sing Years may take us drifting' far apart Shakespeare friends will stand the test for whatls noblest and best Love knots tight are tied in every heart. 41.5. T5 mmwza EBOOK 417155, I ff ff? 3 0 BFSGNZE BOOK EHITEHIUN F 1 , in 1' 5050503030301 11 b'47 A O, 1'R1iS1111EN'1'S: YP' f 0 . -, . 1' -11. ,'X11I1Z1. 11100 QA by LLL' I' lifitlbxlii' 11011111 111111111 1, , , 1 .Xif 1211211110111 1VJ11111JZ11' 'vc Q47 LL? 1' COLQIXS-' G D, C1111 1x0s0 21.1161 bl1YC1. 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To 1'01011r11t0 t110 V11-t01'i1-s of 0111' 1'00t111111 ffxlllll A 111l1IlUl' W0 QZIVP 111111 it was fl 111'011111. For t110 S1l211i0Sll1'ilI'l', S011:1t0, 111111 A1-01111, 21 11111't.y 1111 xY1l10I1t1ll0 1111y W0 g'11v0, 111141 il 114'2ll'1Y 110011 ti1110 W0 111111 11t 1'1IllQ'1iS11 111111, When 11. 011111 1111111t'1' was 011j0y011 115' 1111. For f1111 1'1'0si11011t, Miss gxllllil 11100 XVIIS t1'111y tl 2,0011 0110 111111 sh0's surely 11100. 1"Ol' wi11t01' W0 0101-t011 1101011 Dom-11 11110110,'1 A1111 21 b0tt01' p111y was 110v01' se-011 W0 110110. At flll April F001 11111'ty 011 N1lf11l'4121Y night W0 011t01't11111011 tI10 boys 111111 QRYC t110111 11 sight. Of the g0011 ti1111-s :lt o111' 1-11111 H11 p0rs1111s 01111 show .Inst aisk th1- 'Psa M0 liafs, fhtxy 1'01111y know, F01' 21 t0:1 W0 111111 for t110111 0110 11ft01'110011. As sI11'111gg 0111110 011 W0 1021111011 that S0011 A NVH.V t0 h0l11 must by 11S 110 f0111111g S11 011 1110 1'1111111us Il 11101 of g'1'0111111 W0 S011-1't011 111111 t111-10011 W0 11011011 to Illilkl' A 1111111011 11100111 for t110 C1'it01'i1111's s111i0. 14511111 1Ll'0lll t110 s00i111 lit'0 t1111t we 1011 T110 S11141f' of 111'1l11111 was st01'011 in 011011 110:111. .Islas fp, ' mrswza Boom w w 'Y if 'f JBS3' my DEH if 0 I4 ' if ' K v 13" ' ww -vile .W . 5 1 2 ,, 3 . 2 , X f K s Z , - Nw, Q I '1 L ' A Vik' f . 0 Q fr , Eg E M --slay T8 I ,r , nrsowza 130014 T Qrena, ehating Qlfluh The Arena is the oldest, and in the opinion of every Arena man the best debating club in the Central State Normal. lt was organized in the fall of NHS in response to the need of this sort of organization to develop the speaking qualities of Central's worthy souls, in order to fit them to fight the battles of their future life. Since that time, the Arena has grown and prospered until this glad day, she sees her worthy Alumni, who helped to make her famous, are occupying the highest positions obtainable, all over Oklahoma and other states as well. lthen war was declared, the Arena boys responded immediately, some of them were commissioned, while others did their bit serving as privates. XYe believe we have a right to be proud of her history and record that have made it a foremost debating club in the past. llut we are extremely proud of her members of 15918-19, These the men have striven and labored hard to keep her to the very highest noteh of fame. The club had as its officers for the fall term, Otis Ridings, President: Yernon Petree. Yiee-President, and ,Xvon Potter, Secretary. XYinter term: Avon Pot- ter, Presidentg Petree, Yiee-Presidentg llaker, Secretary. Spring Term: Doni- von Tool, Presidentg Marks, Secretary. The events for the year: McCarty and Kimball, T. ll. K. play: llalcer and Carl Spangler, Indian Clubg Parks and llryant, Criterion Play. lVinter term debate, Petree and Potter won over the Senate: Oration by Dee XYallace The Senate: Senaet won. The Club also has Avon Potter and Carl Spangler on the Triangular. Spring Debate, Arena: Marks and Kimball: Charles Myers, Oration. .ls la, x l3mNz.f-1 130014 A. f 1, 3' fm' 3,5 , .: wg -: k . 'LA rg ? ENFIT H f 0 fg gz 555 'Q' .fi ,JW 1 up H25 ff E 1 K ,Q '-1 :.- 1 1 L E f 45355 e BRONZE 130014 T I Ili SENATE CL L7 B At the beginning of the 'Fall term, 1!llS, the Senators rallied around the standard of the old purple and gold, "Gov," Shelton was elected president, and under his able leadership the Senators were making preparations to defeat the Arenas upon the forensic field of battle. But preparations for a battle with phrases suddenly changed to preparation for a battle of more dangerous character. After the establishment of the S. A. T. C., in C. S. N. the club meetings had to be discontinued. However as the S. A. T. C. 'tRegime" neared its close the enthusiasm of the debaters waxed greater until it could no longer be suppressed. The beginning of the winter term found the Senate a well organized bodr, vb 6 6 . ready to engage in the term contest. In this contest we won the oration but lost the debate. ln the spring term contest the Senate hopes to repeat its victory of last spring by unanimously winning both debate and oration. Xxyllll this success in mind and with the record of four successful years out of five in which we have debated with the Arena the Senators are determined to add this year to the list of victories for the purple and gold. XVINTER TERM Debate: llolland-Griffin: Uration, Sample. ' SPRING TERM Debate: llernard-Gregoryg Oration, XV. ll. Ragan. Kerl Shelton Leland Griffin T. J. Davis Charles Sample Allen Potter T. A. Ragau Cephas Davis Lyle Holland TH li ROLL Edward Stanford Milo Bl'l'll2iTll Joe B. Rives W. R. Ragan James Taylor Walter Gray Marshal Gregory Merser Lewis als I B D 81 Glenn Donaldson Guy Hudson W. NVavlell A. G. Williams P, Mahaffey B. Bailey Haley Short 3 rmowzr-.1 :soon r 'S Colors: Groon and VVhite Motto: HKnow 'l'hys0lf" Faeulty Advisor, Miss Cora Stroud OFFICERS Fall Term iVint0r Term Spring Tcrni President- ...... ..f. l Fuisy NValker Faye Sparks Lottie Tennyson Vice-Presimlont .... .... . lierniue Higbce Mamie Vincent Gladys Brniuley Secretary ....... .... I 'aye Sparks Beulah Roberts LL-all Hamlin Treasurer ..... .... A l1ll'g'3.1'0t Stone Bessie Betcnbaugh Kate Amyx Eclitor, Ethvlyn Gripc Se-argt-nt at Arms, Ruby Matthews Corresponding Secretary, Frances Kibby .lslas 82 x -, I , Brienza: Boom e i I nf f, ' 'ufxlf 1' w 1 is e M Hereis to the club with a reeord rare And we know that you 'll agree For even this will 1l0t compare NVith what it is yet to be. l'vo lavished my ink on them all, llanded them due praise as a rule, Then here 's a toast to the T. O. K's, Tl1e very best elub In the school. Here-'s to: The faeulty adviser, Miss Stroud. Of all the elub members she is quite proud. Our leader named XValker, There never was a more eloquent talker. Amyx, so modest and fair, That you seareely see the strength that 's there. Hamlin with her well known wiggle, Whose fame lies within ner giggle. Brumley whose charm lies in the fact that she, At need, ean gay or serious be. Elkins with her Winning ways, As a great soloist she may spend her days. Gregory, who is small and quiet too, Rarely fails to smile at you. Gray, Central 's most popular lass, In reading and oratory never outelassed. Betenbaugh in debates will surely rise. 'Tis worth that counts and not the size. . ,, i llighbeeis musical ability and ready smile Win her new friends all the while. Kibby whom we know to be a treasure, As Corresponding Secretary finds much pleasure. Stone as a Violinist is quite prudent, She is one of Uentralls best students. Tomme who left us last November, Just Where she is teaehing, I ean't remem- ber. Roberts who debates on the spot, ln displaying knowledge, shels no small dot. . Tennyson, without needless frills, Whose talent lies in presenting Club Bills. NVood, whose drawings are liked by every- one, ls earnest, frank, and full of fun. Little black-eyed Sparkling Fay, Keeps our records every day. Xlfilliams, a dear little mite, Her dancing is a pretty sight. Matthews who loves to dress our hair, When her thoughts arenit on him H0ver Thr-ref, Yineent Whose singing is an inspiration, Quiet and lovely is her disposition. Gripe, who smiles and works all week, At Club, is not always meek. .Islas gkmmowza 130014 T111 UHVIHHU' H Ev X h 2 f in .,,. ' W fa' ,. ,f f' s fe., , xk , X,Y,. i .lglap X4 f -.0 . BRONZE BOOK THE FIRST TRIUMYIRATE CLUB The first Triumvirate, just as a league was formed between Pompey, Caesar, and Crassus, so a debater's league was formed at Central in lflll among girls who debate. As this first league was under Caesar's eonsulship, so we have progressed under the able leadership of Miss Lucy 'l. llampton. As the lfelvetians invaded Gaul and were crushed by Caesar at llitracte, so other Clubs met us in fourteen different debates, and were defeated by our debaters in eleven of the contests. As Crassus and Pompey were elected consuls for 55 ll. C., so Alma Comstock and Lillie W'eisenbach were chosen as Club Presidents for the Fall and XYinter term of 1918. Caesar began his conquest by crossing the Rhine and penetrating into Ger- many, but the Club began its social activities by entertaining the Senate Club. Pompey delegated to his representatives the government of Spain in 54 B. C., but our President delegated to her representatives the defeat of the T. O. K. Club on February 213, 1918. The first partisan of the Triunivirate to be killed was in 5? ll. C., but our first orator to be defeated was in 1919. The friendliness, activity, and enthusiasm of the Triumvirate girls lead to not "Consequent tuniults," but to consequent social engagements and calls for help in giving plays, of which the able assistance given by llliss Comstock in the Senate play is but one instance. As Caesar and his army completed the subjection and pacification of Gaul, so Miss Hampton and her Trinmvirate girls completed the discomfiture of any Club with which they entered into a debate. VVe have indeed crossed the Rubicon and may we proceed on our victorious way as long as Central State Normal shall stand, while our influence shall never cease. MUTTO: "lf you can't find a way, make one." COLCRSZ Red, lVhite and Blue. FTLOXVER: Olive Leaf. ADVISOR: Miss Lucy -l. Hampton. Mabel Valla Imogene Ryan Hazel Mitchell Nella Thonipson Opal Uoodwell Mable Myers Bessie Cuniiiiigliam Amy Rennncrs ROSTER Alma Comstock Lillie xVE'lS9lllJ2lt'l1 Vera John Chauncey Lora B. Cooper Mae Di-veling Clara Janevvay 'Fressy Richards Dorothy Morril .11 S5 Bertha Mueller Nina Craigg Elizabeth York llollus Griffin Mary L. Wildman Marie Lively Loretta Bell f 'Y'5PxY'XDEPxu gmmowza 130014 -x B Vfrf. , umonza 130014 F . , f if i f-611ls,..ziN!m? ,pf if "iw ep 4 X' ,- 'Q-. , 4- "' if 5 :VSV 1. 'E ORGANIZED l!ll6 Lois -larrell, Sponsor OFFICERS Fall Presiml ent - - -- - Vive-P1'0si4leut,-- -,,- Nev. and Troas , Y hor. bee. .... .... . --. Sgt.-at-arms- -- - ---.l-Iaxcl l,2lft61'SOll . ..-g ---.Ahna King - ---Katie Dutton Burton, Nellie Dt-Graffenreifl, Thelma Dustin, Bryan Dutton, Katie Iillis, Elizabeth Fink, Rosina Goulil, Della Grey, Susie Hzinnah, Mary Hupel, Katie lfabbs, Isabelle Jarns, .Iuunita King, Alma Marks, Fmiives l"1'Zl1ll' Cs Nia 1' ks Th elnia Dt-G raffen reid ROSTER XYi11te1' Hazel Patterson .linnnie Prater Alma King Franvos Marks Katie Dutton Spring Elizabeth Ellis Ilazel Spournmn Alma King Frances Marks Katie 'Dutton 3lC.Allllll'll, Alberta Mclflintiv, 'Virginia Nnce, Caroline Patterson, lfllizabeth Patterson, Hazel Prater, Jimmie Spearman, Hazel Shattuck, Mary Ware, Atlilie Belle Spangler, Mzxrgueritcei nigiy, Emlinhii Tanner, Joaquinii i'?IrlQtlgt'S The Shawnee Tribe of the Tsa Mo Ga Club was organized in Central by Mr. Forcl and, though young, it is fast establishing a reputation of which it is proud. The chief aim of this club is to keep alive the customs and the traditions of the Inclians. Oklahoma is rich in material concerning this noble race which is now at "the end ot the trail." Great is the fear that its habits and haunts will be forgotten if not kept alive by some organized hotly. The Tsa Mo Ga Club is the embonliinent of this icleal in Central. Pep, a high stanclarcl. and ability spell success for any club-with lXliss ,Iarrell as Sponsor. --qga 1317101115 130014 5 YK 1 5 1 Xxx J 1' "'AiL' Q as ll-gf? L ,AQ ' mf QQ f r 1 ix . gf A 1 ll. Nfl. QS! llffffx 45:21 QQ , 251 xl 1, Vi is .1 4 4: 's . A LQX 'gi eyed li-F . r -G A xt '- if 'bl yo 1 C 5 f I 1.. X, fi ',1, 1 1 X f A 1 ow, 4 N .3437 , ' E61 Y Y CElM Lonnie Black Zola Beach Opal Mct'all0n Frances Barrett Cloyde Ray Gladys Howell Lonna Curry Ycrnon Kale Mabel Cliristizin Neal 7Woo1l Nliynona Marks Prof. Janiieson President ......H... . ....VV. --- - ......... Cloydo Ray VieoAPresi1lcnt - .......... -. .,,-..-f..... Gladys Howell Seeretriry ................. .. ..... ........... N eal VVood Sponsor .....,....v... .... . . ............ Prof. Jamieson If age is a sufficient reason for veneration, then the Lyceum Literary Society deserves to be venerated. For it has been in aetixe operation longer than any other society in Central State Normal. lt was organized during the session of 1893, only two years after the establishment of the school, and has been reorganized every year since. The Lyceum has been a winner in contests, having secured the largest gold loving cup as ai permanent possession in 11111. This cup cost 550, and was gixen by President James J. BlCLZlLlgllllIl to the society which would win in three yearly contests in sue- cessiorl. This society number among its members many men and wo- men who haxe done honor to themselves and the school, as well .is to the Lyceum. Among these are Prof. U. XV. Jeffries, head of the LJ8IJR1I'lI'I'A6Ht of Foreign lianguage, C. S. N.: Mrs. James Kivlehen, nee Mattie Harris: llrof. LeRoy B. Greenfield, Department of Eng- lish, Grenell College, lowag Albert B. Reagan, Government Service, Author of several works on lndian Life and Lore: Mrs. XVilliani Cowgill, nee Elizabeth Kingg Walter C. Irwin, prominent aztorriey, Tennessee, formerly Head of Department of Educutioii, OKlilll0llltl Universityg Prof. Hughes B, Davis, llepartnient History, Ulqlanorna lhniversity. There are others whose names cannot find space iere. fss. ,451 1- f f se It . . iQ , . 'Al Q l' ii!Q2iQ'X e f ,1 11 fih. W A. 1. so .1 qqslap f 1 , lzrsowza 130014 f f 1 QI. .105 430. .V 'E R' 'N E 5 9 :E R E ' a . E7 qw -MS T -.ff- 4 X. em wg X! I A X ' fax . -' if fy f. ' ,, , M , , . 5 m XIX GN I y , Q . yy, A 3.5 if l, fi .lx x J J 5 ' n . Lg evkugvawnxmg ' a 1? 5 v . 3'-, r mfwww W fs Nu!-QRZQ A-R'.xli 1 X' 'W x N I. mvunwlnxoauhill' 1 S S1 if 5 if 91 5 X, Pl MMM: 3 A N . ? I I ' 17.272 .ff 1 'A ,J 'Q' ,., ' f 'U 'Q W s 1 g I Q 5 kr XX 5 2 Q ma i f F f E f ff' f,,.-...x K K.. mf" 3 . gig. . l3l"SONZ.E BCOK xy '- Ji. ff ,f ' P - AF l ,, 4 -vqiillza . , .'1.qu---4 ' V . ff". ,wp ,. They say that our Y. NY. she ain't get no aim, Aim all the while, aim all the while, They say that our Y. XV. she ain't got no aim, Aim all the while, aim all the while. Our aim is to provide funds to send more to the Y. NV. C. A. convention this summer. They say our Y. W. she ean't do NV01'k all the while, work all the They say our Y. W. she can 't do Work all the while, work all the This year our Y. VV. has Work no work, while, no work, while. ed liard enough to raise seventy-live dollars with whieh to pay off last year is debt. They say our Y. W. she aint' get no style, Style all the while, style all the while, They say our Y. NV. she aint' got no style, Style all the while, style all the while. On lleeemlner the l3tll a thing of style was seen when the Y. W. C. A. presented a HXY011l2l1ll0SS lYe1lcling," the entire east vonsistingz' of S. A. T. C. They say our Y. W. she ain't get no pep, Pep all the while, pep all the While, They say our Y. W, she ain't got no pep, Pep all the while, pep all the while. In regard to the pep our Y. YV. has certainly excelled this year. During the first term we held open house several times for the S, A. T. C. to relieve the monotony of 'larmy life." The Y. XY. and Y. Rl. C. A. on February 5 used their regular meeting night for a partnership party. The opening act was a reproduc- tion of District No. 3 rural school in Podunlc Township. The refreshments were Z3 generously donated by the Y. XY. in the form of lunch boxes which were sold for as many speckled beans as the buyer could beg, or borrow. The members of the Y. XV. have certainly shown interest in their meetings, a very pretty Candle- light service bears evidence of this fact. .l1!B, 'BFSQNZE 130014 I I I I I I I SDE V' Z I I WI :fj' 2' 1- .. .ff- gp -4 VN I .bf , . 31 T-'Q WW. , H - IME' 4' I If TI r I Q Q X I Ifjgxs I VIII .Il f J I I I X EKG X X' , A I A , f f' I I jx ' 55 IE5"i7'f - Q7 'I X I I L, I' w Ms 2 , I gl' N- ,J , , V Q X ,ig viii K 'I' I Fw '57 ,W I I I--'L.51.-?22ffg,f:.'?5"I I , I. CI I "' AP, I f 111- :SY9':53?:55 . ' 0 Is: Fgimlz' ' ' -' .. ' 4 ' " ISHBII -,If 'if 2 X - fm ' 'xiii 5 V15 , RSM 2 ri 53 I 'I I - W 21" -X V u 1 . ,' .ff-X SA I D I -.- - - -. , , I AA N. ' IITHIET IIQ5 qqyga. l i wL ,- K, Bmwza 130014 -gf f ff 14 C. XYQ WA X'l'I4.X XD in huiii 1' Coach Xxvilllllilllfl to mlut Central has hccii very furtiiiiailc 2 ' 5 1 athletic teams. llc clcservcs miicli crcclit for the showing of the zithlctic tt mms this year. ,Xthlctics lmve also hurl thc siipptm necessary from thc stumlcut not X zmcl faculty. Mr. Grzivcs is clcsvrviiig of ll golfl mcmlal for being Ceiitrzll s s "ruotci'." l ss athletics mm e VKX all hope that Ce1itral's rcctml for clczm, first Ca lllillllfillllffll iii years tcm Come. "SIB 92 4 ' I T' 2 BFSQNZE 130014 a I s ' 1' rf. fr i- fu gg , , l E ' Y Y U ,U 1, ,, 11:15 1 - CLIFFORD IRYRD, QLLxR'1'Em:ixc1q XYeight, 180 lbs. "Cliff" was Captain and handled his men like a General. He was good at handling short forward passes. Clifford showed his ability as a punter at .-X. 8: M., getting one for sixty yards. AVON POTTER, RIGHT GUARD VVeight, 180 lbs. "Lefty" was unanimously elected manager and got to carry the ball. This is his last year and aside from being "all Normal" guard, could pass the ball further than any man in the state, completing two for forty-five yards and touchdown. against NVeatherf0rd. VERNON PETREE, LEFT END VVeight, 160 lbs. "Pete" has the distinction of filling four positions in the A. 81 M. game. Pctree has been here so long the signals come as natural as stalling in classes. He could call the right play at the right time and at end was a terror on defence. This is his last year. HENRY XVARD, RIGHT TACKLIC VVeight, 190 lbs. "Big VVard" was one of the most consistent line men on the squadg was good on defence and also on offence. XVard was selected on the "All Normal" and secdnd "All State" teams. lie was the old man on the squad. .l19!B. , BRONZE moon 1 ROSS CIHTWOOD, Left Tackle. XVeigl1t, 225 lbs. 'fFat" was exveptionzilly Fast for his weight and would have made the "All Staten had the "flu" not kept him out part of the season. We hate to see Ross leave us. We will miss his good humor. I 1 EARL PENNOCK, Right End VVeight, l55 lbs. Iiarl got a late start, but mule up for lost time and mule an excellent showing. Earl was a liarfl tackler and iil1l,V64l fl fine offensive game. He 11l'Vt'l' knew what it meant :lot to fight. JOHN XYILLIAMSON, LEFT HALF lVeight, 175 lbs. Vllilliamson played an excellent game at half, and was as an "All State" half back. VVhen called on, "'lohnnie" seldom failed to make less than five yards. He has two more years at Central. HUGH IGSRAYMER, HALF RACK VVeight, lT0 lbs. "Chick" was one of those fellows who can play several positions. He suf- fered the first part of the season from a broken shoulder but was soon back in the game. Hugh will probably make the team regular next year. GEORGE KIMBELL, END Vkfeight, 155 lbs. George got a late start on account of the "flu" but proved his worth when given a chance. He has all of the requirements for a star for next year. .Islas ,- orsowzez Boom s a s Jfunt 381111 1918 This year Central not only retained her record but raised it by beating Ada, our only opponent that has ever given us a fight for Normal School Champion- ship, 30 to 0. Central was scored on but once by Normal Schools, and that happened by a fumble, at Alva. lYhen the leaves began to fall the fellows caught the spirit of autumn and with the result that all foot ball "togs" were soon in use. Coach lliantland had many old men back and when the command, "fall in was given, such men as "Big" Chitwood. lYilliamson, llyrd, Potter, Perdue, Conklin, of that term of 1911 had returned and also Petree of the big 151115 team, were out for their old places. Also llig lliard of Atoka, lilassingame. Kimball, Roberts of Tonkawa, Herndon and Penneck of Guthrie, Clark of Oklahoma City, and Chick llraymer of llartlesville, were eagerly asking for a chance. The scores Central made this year were more consistent than they have been. This only goes to prove that the men had played the game long enough to be perfectly at ease at home or anywhere. One feature never to be forgotten is the game at A. 8: M. when Central received the kick off and carried the ball "Til" yards toward Centrals' goal, and A. it M. stopped this march on the 3-yard line. The team of '17 held A. 8: M. to "0" 'til the last eight minutes and a fortunate pass and fumble cost Central 13 points. This same year A. Sz M. beat O. C. 9 to 0. The showing made early in the season against O. lffs freshmen and everything O. lf could suit up is worthy of praise,-ll to 0 is good. ll'hen CJ. U. beat Arkansas Lvui. 1213 to 0 and Kansas bni. 33 to 0 at Kansas bni., Cen- tral's season can be summarized as "one big success." AVON POTTER, Right Guard Weight, 180 lbs. "Lefty" was unanimously elected man- ager and got to carry the ball. This is his last year and aside from being 'fall Nor- mal" guard, could pass the ball further than any man in the state, completing two for forty-five yards and touchdown, against Weatherford. 'VERNON PETREE, Left End Weight, 160 lbs. 'tPete" has the distinction of filling' four positions in the A. 8: M. game. Petree has been he1'e so long the signals come as natural as stalling in classes. Ile could call the right play at the right time and at end was a terror on defense. This is his last year. HENRY XVAR-D, Right Tackle Weight, 190 lbs. "Big lVard" was one of the most cone sistent line men on the squadg was good on defense and also on offense. Ward was selected on the HAH' Normall' and sec- ond HAH State" teams. lle was the old man 011 the squad. JOHN WILLIAMSON, Left Half YVeight, IT5 lbs. Ylfilliamson played an excellent game at half, and was an HAH State" half back. XYhen called on, H.lOll11I1l0ii seldom failed to make less than five yards. lle has two more years at Central. HUGH BRAYMER, llalf Back lVeig'ht, 170 lbs. "Chick" was one of those fellows who can play several positions. He suffered the first part of the season from a broken shoulder, but was soon back in the game. Ilugh will probably make the team regular next year. ORVILLE MITCHELL, Center Xlleight, 160 lbs. "Mitch" played a good game at center on defense and also on offense. He was in the game all the time to win. We expect good things of Mitchell next year. .Islas MV, , Bmowza 1:50014 1-1 Tjw, i w M., 3 , S g yf 5 gifivmf VWRD WMLWMSUN PUTTER MITCHELL g , 4QiLM, , 6 Q, W . A ... BRRYMER PETREE .lqalay . orsowze Boom igasket ZBHII Basket ball at Central was a great success, although the team was very much handicapped. The team was first formed of men in the S. A. T. C. Only a few of these men remained in school and a new team had to be developed. lYith Coach VVantland's training and hard work on the part of the players they made a record which we all have a ust right to be proud of and kept up Central's tradition of old. There was only one veteran on the team, but soon all of the men were playing like clockwork, and could play both defensive and offensive ball. The personnel of the team was: lYilliamson, guard and Captain, who played an excellent game from start to finish. After the ball was tipped John worked the court and did it well. He also was good at shooting baskets. XYard played at forward. Although small in stature "Cotton" was a whirl- wind on the court and was hard to guard. VVard was the best goal thrower on the team and seldom missed when he got a shot close up! tHe played his best game against O. U. "Cotton" will be back next year playing his usual game. Potter, manager and center, out-jumped every center in the state. After the tip off he played guard and was hard to get around. Avon was tall and would generally get the ball if it were anywhere in his territory. Although new to the game he played like a veteran. Braymer played guard and played it well. He was very good at working the ball up the court and could put the ball through when given a chance. "Chick" fought hard and will be back next year to help make another winning team. Mitchell played forward in fine style. He was a good goal thrower and always played the game hard. He did not mind if there were one or two trying to guard him for he would often toss the ball through the goal with a man on him. Petree was the only substitute to make his letter. He could play either guard or forward and when given a chance played a good game. This is Petree's last chance as he graduates. Central Central ISU, Catholics 63 Catholics v RIi,SL'I,'l'S 2 Central Central 0. ll. LY. 243. East Central 15. Central '30, O. lv. U5 Central Durant S. Central 31, N. XY. S. X. li. Central East Central 13, Central 38, N. VV. S .... .. Central Southwestern S38 Central 29. O. Lf 62. Central Southwestern '29 Central 215, O. lf 52. Central N. XY. S. N. 313. Central 241, o. iz. ti qglg. Central N. XY. S. N. 28. BPSQNZE BOOK L2 .ls!8B. ff? rmowza 130014 " . .. , ..g.,, ., Y 4, -,, 1.-,':i:5 .afrg-.-:.-.':52'-11::5:,:4.fgQE.i2Eq . . ,z .,5-QQf,-.-.::.'-.'!1:-.-,... :gn .Z.Z'.'.' 1:32 ':1','.:'f' ' - TQ.:-,' -:gg 33 fiijf iiifiiffiiirirl'-1:5:1'ff:fiSP1?3:i5f 3:25 gfif lf? H55 .fi fzgl' 515.11 .nz'-:W ' -1' if-511. .,,.. - ..,,., .... . . Q f H ,, 1 , 1.5 i "Q ,kg X W f. , ,il 4 if i A W? q59!B, , BBQNZE 130014 1 i 1 i it CSN. ti T ILITARY The school year of ISHS-153155 at Central saw what was probably the most extensive military training that Central will ever have. As the culmination of the work of the previous year, it was Central's answer to the clirect appeal of the United States Government that Central unrlertake the training of officers. During all of the previous year ancl as a result of the policy of l'resiclent Graves that military training was an essential in State schools during war times. close order rlrill was given as an elective to the stuclents of Central. Most of the young men electecl this work :luring the year anal when the clay came for their enlistment in the Lf S. .Xrmy or Navy they founcl that even a little preliminary training hacl been entirely worth while. The girls took military as a means of phy- sical training ancl outcloor exercise. liven when it was elective their classes were full, ancl as one of them phraserl it, "with so many of the boys gone it was good to walk off lonesonienessf' At the close of the summer term, positive instructions were given for the organization of military under supervision of the war office by the establishment of a Stuclents' A-Xrniy Training Corps Unit at Central. Answering the appeal of the Government. as soon as the summer term closecl, l'resiclent Graves anrl eleven stuflents went to Fort Sheridan, 'Illinois for the preliminary training. VVar office instructions proviclecl for one faculty member to go to camp for every two hunclretl ancl fifty male stuclents of the previous year. anfl one stutlent for every twenty- five stuclents. .Xs l'resiclent Graves liacl been giving military one hour a clay during the prececling year anrl the instruction said that the instructor shoulrl go to camp with the iclea of helping with the S. .-X. T, C. in the 'fall term, the privilege of one faculty member at Fort Sheridan naturally fell to him. VX'ith him he took Avon Potter. Luther Marks, Glenn Linclsay, Milburn Conklin, .lohn XYilliamson, Mercer l.ewis. .Xllan l'ottcr, Clifford liyrml, l,elanfl Griffin, tl. R. Kirby ancl Otto llopkins. Four of these stuclents receivecl seconcl lieutenancies aucl were sent to other ecluca- tional institutions to assist in the establishment of S. A. T. C. L'nits. Glenn Linclsay went to the University of Michigan, Luther Marks to Creighton College, Otto Hopkins to Clevelancl, Ohio, Commercial College. and 'l. R, liirby to Austin College. Texas. The other stuclents returned with l'resiclent Graves and assisterl with the S. .X T, C. work in Central, or while waiting for their eighteenth birth- tlay. assistecl in giving military instruction to the male stutleuts of Central not elif gible for S. AX. T. C. enlistment. 1.515 NUNI-ll 1 45305 s , Brienza Book tlitarp Qt Qtsntral The S. A. T. C. Unit at Central was a success with a big' Captain Alan E. Morphy, who received his Captaincy after being here about a month as First Lieutenant. was Commanding Qfficer. Assisting him were Second Lieutenants Clark Callaway and Robert lienry, who had received their commissions at Fort Sheridan and were serving in the capacity that our Fort Sheridan "graduates" named above were serving in other schools. The success of the Unit is due in no small measure to the ability of these officers and especially to Captain Morphy, who had tact, common sense and real military ability. The S. A. T. C. Unit was a part of Central's school life from October lst to one month and six days after the armistiee was signed and the war was over, On December li, 1918, the boys were mustered out and Central ceased to be a military school in the strict sense of the term. During all this time our country's flag was raised every morning at Reveille and lowered at Retreat just as it was done at a military post. Students who were members of the S. A. T. C. were enlisted as privates and were duly sworn in. They each received thirty dollars per month, clothes. and subsistence as provided in the Army. They took certain special courses in school and were permitted to carry regular work along certain lines. For taking care of the students, barracks were constructed in the top floor of the old North lluilding and a Kless llall was built just south of the base ball diamond. Coach C. NY. XVantland. a member of our faculty, had immediate charge of the construction work and mess. XYith considerable sacrifice of his own time and business interests he did this work in the most. satisfactory manner and added another element that made for the success of the S. A. T. C. Unit at Central. XYhen the Unit was mustered out the barracks was left as an extra room for Central and a space that in time will probably be much used as a room for Central's social gatherings. training school assemblies and the like. Except for this there are no outward marks that will permanently remind us that Central had a unit in the education scheme of the Vvlar Department during the Great XYar, but the work done by and for the students will linger as long as memory will last, and the satisfaction Central has of having done her duty in war time is one that institutions, like individuals, are glad to feel and to hand down to posterity. .ls!?. A tsrsovtza 130014 TRIANGULAR DEBATE This year Central met Durant and Alva in the Triangular Debate. Our negative team beat Durant, receiving the decision of all the judges. Alva beat our affirmative team in a very close contest, the decision being two to one against us. AFF1RM.x'r1vE: Beulah Roberts, Avon Potter, Vernon Petree, Alternate. NEGATIVIZ: VVm. B. Ragan, Carleton Spangler, Karl Shelton, Alternate. Prof. 0. XV. Jeffries had general charge of the teams and was ably assisted by Professors Tourtelotte, Wilson, and Oakes. 102 13esoNz.r-1 Boom 1 f' 015132 Zllumni Honorary President, Jas. D. Kivlehen, '98. President, Fred A. llcCaulley, '15, Treasurer, Edna Fansher, 'li Y. l'res. Yergil D. Alden, WIT. Secretary, Miss Nell llroad, '05, Central's first class of five members was graduated in 1897. From 1897 to 1918 a total of 1110 have received diplomas. No other school in the state can equal this number. They are scattered over the entire state and exert a powerful influence over the educational affairs of Oklahoma. During the 1Yorld XVar they served most honorably in every conceivable capacity from that of Major XValter Melville Robertson, '07, up or down, you please, to the Buck Private. lt can be said most truly that our dear o1d Alma Mater has every reason to be proud of her Sons and Daughters. Yes, her Daughters, too, for they did service in the war as nurses. and at home, in the school and Red Cross. Last year our annual festivities were somewhat modified by war conditionsg however, we did have a most enjoyable picnic on the lawn. Now the war is over. Many Alumni are back and can tell us many interesting expericncesg so, we the Class of 1919, 175 strong, send greetings and good wishes to Centrals Alumni and urge them to return for commencement. .lqtlas 2 tsrsowza Boon e The Zgrunge Rank Staff The motto of the Senior Class of 15119. "Sail Un," has been well chosen. The Seniors have livecl up to their motto, and now that their sehool life at Central is nearly over, they will "sail on" into the hroacler sea of life and gain vietories there, just as they have at Central. 'llhe crowning effort of every Senior Class has always been the presenting of the lironze llook, the Annual, to the School. This year it was an especially cliffienlt undertaking. Nr. Yernon l'etree, the Chief-of-Staff. has spent many sleepless nights and restless flays. He has agonizerl, pleaclecl, and-yes, he has shell a few tears- trying to get all the material in on time. lint now his faee is lmeaniing-fevery thing is reacly for the printer. 'llo llr. l'etree and his ahle eo-workers the entire sehool wishes to express thanks and to say, "VVell clone: may yon sneeeecl as well in your next nnclertaking as you have with the llronze Hook of 19121. "Sail 0911" .lqqlas gkmmowza 550014 l... 2515 PSONZE BOOK I.-iizellpi'-?..-I BFSONZE 1300K X I 3.193 " Qlslab 107 glmmowza 130014 xx f r QPIZFSONZEZ BOOK tmelfszg "QB: ' -' '- rf w f,. f mmowza 1:50014 ' S'-i f . A V 2-10 " , 1 '-f '-A' Q A 6 15 -...ii,:.,,,-,i-.Q-, 2 ., 'iv ii! . lu 5 'Nw ZJQMVWSDYX dflwb N. 9 :V if Bmwza 130014 A-, U " R 1 ? K f Xjtm XX2V!Hf. xv X Xt I I9 f 4 41, jf X E N9 JF' j J aff Qf it Q13 W' !1Lf"" PEFIRL L. F-EEECE 1NS'T'Rv.CToR of 'PnAND 5,11 X VIHRCLLERITE SPRNCLER HHRYY-IHNHFIH NHYE ELKINS RHDUHTE5 of FIHND 1919 V --sla- 111 Y, jx 137 f.. ' wig ' 5513 QBBONZE BUCK fi 'ff-+59-4 EI'-'lil i f f . rzrsonza moon Central State Normal 71 Edmond, Oklahoma, 'IS-'19 My Dear Captain Morphy: You being an ace high friend to all of ns, l have chosen . to reveal to von the contents of mv diary which contains the happenings of Central during our Senior year: U WEEK A Svfn'vi111!u'1' lo: l . School starterlsenrolling week. lst week: Rushing sea- son for all clubs. The town was full of S. .-X. 'lf C. boys. by Central. St'fVft'l1Il7t'I' Jo: il , fe M... Q all eager to grasp the opportunities which were being offered f The Y. Xl. and Y. XY. C .X. gave a Carnival, which was f 4 attended by all students, their children, sisters, and crops of J tftmlm 1 X he Liiteiion Club gave 1 'lea a H t ' ome of Ruth Davis fo' tiei s - new members it rnnnyn ites gave 1 iecepi n for the new club members x October I y X lhe red letter day 'tt Central On -1 scay o n e -wee f X ducted into the .Xrinv of the 'L'nited States. lhe ceremony was performed on on the campus. iis seemec to put new life into the school. liveryone seemed, from then on to think of the S. A. 'lf C. boys first, last and all the time, On this night a delightful reception was given by the Shakespeares in honor of their old and new club advisers, Mrs. listill and Bliss Canton. Ortolwf' fi .-X ehicken roast was given by the 'llst Ho Ga elub ' honor of l'rof. and Mrs. Ford and Kliss Yirginia llowarf. Ocfolvvr 15: -X sponge was thrown on the flame that was burning so brightly in our school. The fatal "Flu" struck us. "All Social Gatherings were absolutely forbidden." This did stop our schools days for a while but we enjoyed our vacation to its fullest extent. .Xbont this time, if you remember, Uni' Lieu- tenant's bars were replaced by those of a full fledged Captain. lly this time the S. A. 'l'. C. boys had completed the Mess Hall and the llarraclcs, which were loeated in the top of the dslab 113 'u R-I Vi ' E gi 'fl i 4..' fl f , li, 1, S! - I 3 Q N. Il r" F1119 A l fxcf I ,lgalf 1 81 1' 2 .- BQUY1' A . -'AN-' -Yfi monies is PWR' csri cooties and bedbugs. 'l'his was a big affair and was enjoyed l v all. .Si'f" 1'2: X Q 'la ,.. X.. KA, V12 xx t Y I ht h i l r I -2 g i 4' 014 x ,St'f'ft'llIl?4'7' 23: p V 'Ill X 'll' A l' 'iz 'U t'o D. for 3, .nv .. I Y ,X ' '-,-f.f.vU thi: l'y 150 r iorl boy: ' r- in- E I J ,. M at p t A ll l ,,,,,,, iv " . in I i l Q l x 3 H Q . lily Q aw idx , ll ll 4 , qglfk ' - . BFSQNZE 50014 followed. .Ya-z'c111l2c'1' ll 1 a "Peace llolidayf' .YU-z'c111Ivc'1' 171: 1, I . Old North lluilding. Then soon came the day when the eots. mattresses and blankets arrived. Moving day for the boys Came news of the signing of the ,'X1'll1iStlCC. XYe all had The beautiful banner of the 'lil Seniors was hung in ,'Xssembly. .Y0'Z'L'lIIf7Cl' lofi Ak The T. O. li. gave a reception for the few faculty mem- fi M 1 bers and the prospective new members. ,YOT'C'IIII7C7' IQ: I N . . . fi S lieginning now. every Tuesday and Thursday for several .J :eeks the Y. XY. C. A. held open house from l to 5 for the 'Ay W S. .-X. T. C. boys. lfaeh party was different. but they always 231 had good things to eat and plenty of amusement. .M -HIS F Nrwcllllrrl' 20: The Tsa Mo Ga had a reception at qvvo W, . W- the home of Rosena Fink. in honor GU C 4. 1 i of Miss X irgnna lloward. Marie ,eh MQ Douglas, Leona McNulty. Hess l'at- " rick Agatha Rloslander, .Xliee T .lones and Susie Gray. X wwww 9 i4 IPUCUIIIITCI' 6: X The Criterions gave a big dinner -1' w ' . . . A 1 9 fd party for the football boys. 'I hey 7 , . will always remember this dinner. 17C'CE'IlIf7CI' 12: The Shalxespeaies entertained the Criterions and S. .X. T. C. boys with a regular "Military Party." The "Mess llall" was the most popular place. 1JL'f'I'llIf?L'1' 13: .X big day. Under the direction of Mrs. Fstill the S. .X. T. C. boys presented 'ZX XYomanless YYedding." This was truly a "scream," IJCCFIIIITCI' 171-Iji L NYe were the lucky hosts of Mr. Ilaneoek, Supervisor of Singing in the S. A. T. C. camps. XYe held church services out on the drill field. Klr. Haneoek's music was appreciated by everyone. lJI't'CllII7Cl' 16: The big "smoker"-for men only-was held in Central llall. All S. A. T. C.. faculty, officers and business men were invited. .Xsk them about it. .Islas ff MM I x save n-.dmrqd so D54 i xhfl I 1 M rl' . 'x 5 za a Q Wm Y E 2 1 A 'i, -'Eli - X"j xt' wi T' - E, Deana.. 5 1 4, ul? , :moms moon -5' l ifmliil .. FQ, " ., '- H . BE IY EVER S0 HUMBLE Twins na Pun L xi l ' " V ,fam 'YL We W- 4 z ffl' , 'QT .- 7,-1' f all A, ' n ll 5' .W ?l.- C If l 1 If IA 1 i. 'lj f i l' y l T f f l Ky' 3 I U ,vb !4 l fallzrary Bf: T. U, K. play "The Bishop". This play revealed some real talent among our fellow gglqool fl-igmlgi JLIIZIIKIVVX' 38: The Y. NY. and Y. Xl. C. A. held a box supper in the old barracks. Tlns was 0110 festival. Such good eats. 1:f'l7l'lltI?"X' 6: A Candle light service was held by the Y. XV. C. A. in the association rooms. Fvlzrzmry 7: The Senior's XYhitc Elephants came trotting out-much to the disappointment of the Vluniors, as they were looking for the "X ellow Dogs." Ft'I71'Ilt17'-X' 8: ,swf llcrmzzlmz' 17: Another big, important day. The boys received their dis- charges. This was a day of rejoicing among the boys and a day of regret for the rest of the school. ftIIIIttI7',X' I: The Lieutenants were discharged-much to their sorrow- l dmft think. faizzmry 14: Shakespeares put on "Much Ado About Nothing." lt was a great success. flllllltlfgl' lj: Yes, I'll note this day especially for you. Remember? You received your long hoped for discharge. Jmzzrary 18: Nlve lost one of Centrals best friends. Mrs. lfstill. She left for New York, where she spent a few weeks before sailing for France. She is to do her bit by entertaining in the llostcss Houses. We are glad for the boys over there to have such an excellent friend among them, although we do miss her. ffllllltll'-X' 18: . - - The ,lunior barty, in the Y. XY, C. it l ' f ff' A A. rooms. : if ' if- - fl Jn ftlflllllfj' 30: Dr. lfdward lloward Griggs came lo us in assembly, and delivered a fr. f-.s splendid talk on "Social I'hilosophy and the XYorld XYar." X, J ff Jtllllllll'-X' 33: XYe were extremely pleased by the musical program given by the A. X Nl. Quartette. After the concert the hoys were entertained at English Hall by some of the school students. A aux sum-ER fxfvw f Z s.,,,,,.J The Criterions gave a big Yalentine party in the old 'ww' barracks, honoring the Shakespeare, Senate, and Arena Clubs, LMM This was a party different from any Central has ever wit- of Z3 YY 78 x. "' Q 1 A ,j girl W .A els .. qqllas 1 l rf. ...W Tv---1 l f f l f , Brienza: 1:50014 uh.. ., H- 'X , 'fa li V - sz- ,.. 5, I.. i . 3 .g ' ? - o . . 'S 1735 ie in 1: 3 2511221 X S I 1 7 DAQ. , '1 -bill' if vg Q , is ' i ia. K C , ,, f- 'Q Nh T i t M12 new lf u' 1 r .-, 4. ,! ll' 'QS ' X' A 4 .i , ag, " 3 AQ text 1 as 2 . 'Lk il A fag: Ei X- L jd xx? l IW A ,Al j f FvI11'11t11'.v 36: llig Senate and .Xrena debate. The arena was Vietorinns in the debate and the Senate captured the honors on the oration. .F4'!7I'Z!tI1'-X' 37: T. O. li. and Trinmvirate debate and oratorieal contest. Trinmvirates won the debate and the T. O. K. the oration. That night the contestants were entertained by President and Mrs. Graves at their home. FcIv1'zm1'y 38: Term ended. llard earned grades received. Enrolled for spring term. -lnniors sport their new caps. .llnrrlz fi nessed and everyone had peeks of fun. To mention mnsie. whistles. confetti, serpentine, paper caps, brings memories of this party. I'it'l71'1!tlI'j' If: The Criterions had a Valentine dinner at lfnglish llall. The honored ffnests were: Miss Matthews. Miss Thomas and . 6 . , . I Miss Mel'heeters. .-Xtter dnmer. tullowed a hne party to the Isa Mo Cla play, Lnexpeeted Complications. llns was a most sneeessfnl play. j'il'l?l'IHI7'Vl' 16: The Journalism class was entertained at the home OI .-Xlma Comstock with a biv' taffv pnll. f'iL'Z7l'IllII'VX' 21 1 6 . A student recital. Central has inueh talent. 1"vIz1'11i11'-x' 33: is. . Q1 .1 xlht- 1 I.ET,5 I PE ..,ws..N,.. e M.. . The Seniors celebrated NYashing- 45' tons birthday with a masquerade - 1- 1 Colonial party at lfnglish Ilall. They' ELO kept late htnirs, tim. lfVei'yt'nie said he had a wonderful time. 0Iv1'11r11'j' 33 : The T. U. li. Club UZLVC a li-rftflwelt if fe. I 5 - gfi, dinner for the .Xrena Club. "lt fi' euuldn't have been better." I heard. U 92 Fcbrzral' ' 3" 5 fi ,X 3- Q mms--"1 Mayme Yineentk reeital-AX very ' neat little program. 2. ri 5 , K Ji ,x .5 T' 'fm , 'ew i xy , I .' fx M... ,N , fi 3 T ffl vb - iififf' xl 1' l 'UL-""l .lqlmas ilfurclz IOS ,p Bnouza 50014 1 Dr. E. .iX. XYinship talked to us. .lfarclz IS: Criterion play-"I.et's Elope"-immensely enjoyed. Big times in our town. The High School llasket llall Tournament was held at Central llall. illarrlz 19: Afternoon-Deveraux l-'layers presented "Love and Geography." Night performance was "The Great Galeotof' March 3711 The O. LI. string quartette and soloists gave a very much enjoyed program. Marclz 27: 0 Senior Day! A big picnic was planned. lYe left town about Sl :ITU that morn- ing. Two cars loaded with eats led the way. just loads of pictures were taken. That night we had a line party to the show. lt was a rare day. XYe will never forget it. .flpril 1: Everyone played a joke on President Graves and teachers by going to all classes. In the afternoon the juniors piled on a hay-rack and left town by the west road. They say they had a grand time and their supper was great. "Stop Thief" was very cleverly rendered by the Senate Club. ,'ff77'I'I ,If The Criterions entertained the Tsa Klo Gas with a japanese Tea. yIpr1'I 14: Sophomore party. Captain Morphy, I have told you of the most important things which have happened up to present date, but many things are planned yet to be during the rest of this month and the next, a few 1 know of, as: .ljvril for Tsa Mo Ga Gypsy Outdoor Festival, honoring the Criterion Club. April 21: Arenas entertain their sister club, the Skakespeares. Musical program. April 2.1: Miss Carrie Bell VVantland entertains the faculty with a 'fC0unty Fair Car- nivalf' April 25: llig Triangular debate and Triangular banquet. County track meet here. May 3: junior-Senior banquet. ,llay 171: llegins Senior week. No school for us. Our caps and gowns arrive. Ma-y 15: Seniors burlesque the faculty. ilfay 16: Seniors dedicate arches which they erected at the northwest entrance to the CZIITIIJUS. 11 I ay IQ : Seniors give their annual play. .lla-v 21: Graduation of the best Senior class that ever graduated from Central. VVe hope that you have enjoyed reading about what we have done this year. 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XSHJQV mlgxul OCT ga Q -f -H+- Toi mx, MIK EM Tr-A W-16 ' I -393 NWA km him Ani XT TQQXEA 'xg a SX-xavnfi. RJ X vxevqv' Tflaxxe a all-ESQ x EX 'K,QTQaQXxQviX.AeXQiTxXaY'11Q. . 1 uafiim- ink ,mwl,WnmA,7'xm.XL 'ai Qgzuxxixgggex-15. HQ 66, Bm Sufgm XHDW Becauseixbwex JUMBO' X- He gi-,-nQle3 xuues-Ye.-Yahi GRA J AQ team Q gm-ne. QXQNBQT web 3 338 50356 XX15 evqgvqzx- Qvqsskvx Kamik H+. Ahefahx EEST YNEVQWQ-A X1 ggi Q Qucbgxwf LW i i mf. I BRONZE BUCK 5 1 ' 'iff' The Janitor, speaking of Miss Jones, S. A, 'l'. C. SI'PI+lRLAT1X'ES HDO you know, she can only count to siX, I hear her every morning' counting l-2-Ji-4- 5-li and hope that the next morning she will get up to seven, but she never does. I don 't know whether she's terribly dull or whether the pupils just C2lll,t,l02l1'l1 any more. l' " Why are you so stuck up?" iiBt'C1lllSk' I swallowed my chewing gum." Mr. Thompson of A. and M. Quartette: "I am going to take the eight o'cloek var in the morning." Mr. Means: t'Where are you going to take itllli Clever Donald Baker: 'tSpeaking of insevts, how 's your aunt?'i You can lead a horse to water But you cannot make him drinkg You can show a Soph. his lesson But you cannot make him think. Miss Hampton: "The House of Orange had a place in the Diet, but the Prince of Orange turned out to be a Iemonf' Leah Hamlin, in Psy. 5: "Do mosquitos go to heaven?l' Lillie Wisenbaugh: HI hope not." Tell me not in mournful numbers, Final exams are but a dream, For the student is flunked who slumbers And the Profs are cruel and mean. A. and M. Quartette talking about their program: Mr. Pat: "lim afraid I wo11't get the air to that song right." Mr. Thompson: tilust repeat the words and they'll get the air when they get outside. 'I Coming home from the Tsa Mo Ga play, She: "How did you like the play'?'l He: Hlt was wortn fifty eents to see Elizabeth Ellis osculate Carlton Spangler, and to wateh him blush." Student Teacher, Qteachinrr Italy to the 5th gradej: HI-Ierbert, where do you find Bologne? ' ' Herbert: Hl'p at the Meat Market, 1 guess." Mr. Leavenworth to new student: H NVhaf kind of a typewriter do you prefer?'l Solon Curtice: H0110 I can hold on my lap." 'llallest .... Shortest ..... Best Looking --- Vgliest ..... - lYittiest ..... Best Singer ....,.... ---- Acker -- .... Erwin -- Chick Hale ----- Wiekman ----Paul Meyette -- Pom Klingman Best Football Player .... --.I oh nVVilliamson Youngest ........ - Oldest -- .... --- Best Named --, Most llopeles: ,- -, - - -- G anaway ----- - 'Ward --"1chabod"' - ........ Jazz Most Sarcastie-- ...... J. N. Dyer The Sissiest---,-- -,Ross XVildnian Most Fascinating--- Best Talker ....... Best Yiolinist .... -- -- ---Bill Eason -----0tis Ridings - -Bob Gallman liest Cornetist--- ........ --- btiles Baldest ......... Curliest Hair ..... --- - Herbert Moody - - -Lieut. Galloway Most Coneeited .... - .... Vernon Short Most Hard Boiled ............. 'l'ed Alkire Best t'Kidder" .... The Laziest ,,.... - Captain Morphy 'fl ..... Floyd Ban Most Flattering .... .... L ieut. Henry The Latest .............. ...,, B anglnnan The Most Popular ...... -- .... Cliff Byrd FAMO US COVPLES Anthony and Cleopatra. Otis and Sibyl. Pork and Beans. Mr. Oakes and the Vista. The Gold Dust Twins. Mary .lane and Marion. Miss Canton and the Library, Nola and Don Baker. l'en and ink. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Mamie Vincent and John Williamson. Mr. Graves and a beautiful Campus. Cheese and Crackers. Miss Matthews and Mr. Dobbins. Miss Holke and a play. Bernice and "Brother" QU Avon. Mr. Green and Music. Miss Wantland and Military. Vernon Petree and the Bronze Book. Things we c'an't forget: Tapsfi Central's girls not registering because they won 't disclose their Senior Class Day. Reveille. Pretty girls in C. S. N Military. White l'IIt'1Jl1Z1lltS. a ge. Capt. Morphy squelehingg' Miss Jewel. Play praetiee. --ala. 120 N nisrsowzez 1:50014 yt ANI? Sllli FICLI, FUR IT 'tl :nu uot ozxsilv l'lJltt1'l't'LI,'l Hiuuv suirl. "lu1l0wl uot," lion rt-plivfl, "lt woultl lu- tliftivult to mnku vou out to Ivo iuoro lwfllltllilll tllilll you l'l'2lllf' uw." Slll'I Kl'lP'I' lllllf WURIJ "So Dutvli ul:11'ris-1l :1 I.2ll'lllt'l', Illlll sho :always srlnl sho would 1ll1!l'l'f' Il Illilll ot' vul- ture." "Wt-ll. shui fliil-u mau of:1iZl'ivult11r0." Mr. Oulu-sz "I flo wish you Woultl quit so-ing your worrls togvtlwr. lf you IIIIIYI llxlyv lllkllll suwwl, takv flH'IIl to thv tlrvss- ruulwr lmforo 1-lass tlllltl.-I flilliuu XYOSt,lZ1IlillIgTIr21 suilor: "Huy l lilw that lrluv SXVUJltilIl' uullur your uli4lmIy7 hut I 1lou't lilw tht- Whitv luilv you SOIIIU- tiiuvs wear." Ayou, -lisgustwl with hvr igg11m':1m'v. "Girl, lllilflbi uot 11 lviln, that is his uullvr- wvur. " wuo P ,nk vi Q, wi xs Q ,Avg ,NQBSWRVQ oo ,gm "Tho suushiuv :xml ruiu luulw that t'lowors lvrvfty, Ulllwhy 4lou't it raiu ou uw?" Miss t7lllIllllll'l'4V, rm-itiug iu Mr. Uriliw' vluss: "TVA-ll l--vrvr-r." Nlr. Ozllwsz "lm:lx'v thu 'yu-ll' o grlvzlwn-g l tulw it for grnutwl wo :irc :Ill woll lu-ro." l,0u li.: 'tllouvy lmym- you my hook?" Nluriou li.: "Yvs-lt! gl-ttiug Cohl, isu t lt? il' HOOKS I-EY FAMOVH Al"l'HHIiN. l l. 'Pho I4luu4lvrs of :1 B2lSllillll Blain! lllllflllillltl xYll0I't0l1. 2. 'l'0u Yours iu :I I':11l4lv1l Uoll, or l.it'u lu il liughouso.--llillruru Voulcliu. Il. l":1c-iul t,lllllllI'k', or llow to lla-volopo 1 l,IL'2lSlllg S1uilv,f.Xliss llollw. -l. Strzltvgy iu Imyu Klnkiugl. Iuvlu4liug tho System l l'swl to lllillllll Bly Stnull- llhfllilll l'or1l11v, 5, .Mlyivo to tho lJYYt'lUl'll. 'lion liulwr, ti, l.if0 iu tlliltllll7Ill2l.S Klvtroliolis.--- lA'UjlI1lll Boyrlvk. T. 'l'hv Kiutl of il NIPUI l I,ilm.-fl':uuliuu NVl'Stvru. Y. l,llgIllSllI7Illlll' tlauw Sviu11til'iu.fU. Xl. Iloluf. il. The TXIll0l't'IlllUlltS ot' thu llilllml XYhilv IToh:1tiug.-- Yvruou I'otrcu. IH. liiyus of llwnt XlOufAutolpiogrziplly, -- Marion Igl'.Villlt,, Avon l'ottvr. ll, Why I Nu-yn-1' Ho With the llirls.4 JUIIOYZIII 'l'oul0. 12. llow to Roll 4'igurvttes.- T. A. Ral- un. lil, lu spa-:Lkiug of tho Sl'YUll wmulvrs of tho worhl l.ou Ii, IIZIITISOII says, " Nlnriou lirynut is tho SOVC1llll null lilll thu Utlu-r -4iX.ll Q-AE Y ii! I Ii! ' , ' , 4 1-5, A.8zif'X.Qua1"iPt- 5 W' I.ou li.: HYVUII wrup it u1iwvll:uul lu-up it warm." Isu't it :lwful to tzllw IIllllt:ll'IV 'u Nlurvlil Mr, Nihzxrtz "lI:1w- you rt-:ul thut tlu: . ,,. Vrowu IITIIIVU wus NYUlll11ll'1l. Mary .lumix "lYl1v1'n-wzusllc wouu4lmlf" Ilr. Nlllrrlzmgluz "Slwll hullul-iu:1tiou." Otis li.: "XYL-lloso11:1tiou.'' qglg. lisrsonzza 130014 Mr. Jeffries to a eirl enrolling: "Are Y 21 you n Junior?" The Girl: "Sure." Prof. .lefl'ries: "I tll01lUllf so when l I' notieed you C'11v1Yli1" gum." D Conk to Mary Jane: '1What was that pieee you were playing?" Mary Jane: 'tLove Lifted Me.'l Conk: " lt didn lt lift me, it left me in the hole." Jimmie Prater, in a Senior meeting, dis- eussing eaps and gowns: " Madame Presi- dent, what do we have to have dresses for ' " Pupils who dou't umlerstaind a sehedule have been known to enroll under Hhliss Gym Wantland." Bernice IC, to Dr. l"lesher: '4There is something wrong with my arm." Dr. l+'lesher: 'tWh:it's the matter?" Berniee: 'VI don lt know, it just hurts." Dr. Flesher: "Perhaps you have had it out of plaeef' Miss l-lampton: 'tThe first sympton of intelligence is Wit." ln Agrieulture Class, Nr. Tonrtellotte: 'tBaker, you remind me of Quebeef' Baker: "Why?" Mr. T.: "Because you are founded on such a tall bluff." Plaee: Criterion Tea. Subject: Pie. Characters: Miss Jarrell. Sibyl Tinkelpaugh, Bernice English, Miss Jarrell to Bernice: 'I What kind of pie do you like best?" Sihyl: "l know, she prefers Beta Theta Pie." The .Tune bug has its wings of gold, The Lightning bug its flame, The Bed bug has no Wings at all, But he gets there ,just the same, Mr. Myers to military elass: Hhlen when I give the eommand Keyes rigl1t,' l want to hear those eyes eliekf 1 5.5 Aanisuofs A5 THEY LOOKEO 'CO tHE sate 'Q I 'iii Q f , J NVA NT A IJ Lost-An inelination to study. Finder please return same to Silryl 'Fiukelpaugh and receive liberal reward. liost-All the sense I ever hnd. N0 rea ward, siuee the goods are ll0t Worth it.- Milo Bernard. Lost-A teniper.-Carrie Belle 7Wantland, Lost-On January 22, in room lb, my equilibrium. Reward if returned to Carl- ton Spangler. IiostkA Junior eap, Finder please re- turn to Pauline lVestern. Wanted-A diligent, hard working and studious composition elass.--Mr. Oakes. Wanted-A good reeipe for a new by- yvord.fllan Perdue. Wanted-The world with a fenee around it.-A Junior, Wanted-Someone to appreeiate 1ny im- portanee.-Sample. XVanted-An inspiration.fJoke Editor. Found-A sense of humor. Owner please do not eall as I would like to retain same. fllillian YVest. Found-A eigarette. Owner may enll at museum for it. One day I went to sehool, And l had to take a test: My grade was HYOT' FLI'NIi," When l really did my best.-llow Sad. NOSENSEIN E X 'I' R A mlm A COPY E1'H'1llQN ANS AGAZINE FRIDAY, MARCH 1151917 1 env nmffs A gig Aggmfm 1 wAvE UF smmf Man falls in tl1C Many soles lost in a shoe lied 5l9l'l'lS5 H1111 is Broadway runs into Main! ' Slloll- drowned. Big ship wreck on the Rock Island. Large hole was founfl in a dough- nut. Germany thought the whole world was a watermelon and she could have any slice of it she wanted. but now she will be doing well if she keeps the Rhine. THEATERS :'Theda I' i c k - ford" in "Venus at the Sinkf, "Susie Hawk- shawu in "'l'emple of Dusk." "Francis X. Ca- ruso" in "Love Me or Leave Me Alone." Vote fo 1' the winner. C.-Xdv. T There was much excitement this afternoon when llroadway deliber- ately ran into Main. Sincere sym- pathy is expressed to Main because of the extremely cruelty of the street cars who rush right through the middle of Main anal give great pain to Main's shiny street car tracks. WEATHER BUHEAU Big snow storm in .-Xfrica. Spring was caughtwin the draft and came up missing in action so we are still having substitute weather. Southwest wind will blow from the north tonight. Sunshine will come out and melt the frost in the morning. 123 Mrs. Patent Leather Boot was held up by a crack in the sidewalk and came very near dying when she lost the next thing to hel' u,S'0Illuegll61' heel. lllanv dead people were found in a grave yard. XYAR XEXYS ,lt's going to rain tomor- row so we'll have the bat- tle today. The war department asks that each soldier be shot in the foot so as to save his uniform. sqm Mr. and Mrs. Gloom and the Little Glooms Mr. and Mrs. Melancholy Gloom and the two little Gloomlets have arrived in Oklahoma City to spend the nite with Miss Lou ll. Harrison. ' BFSQNZE. 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Maple 4088, Gklahoma City, Okla. i , N vfff Qeklabuma ikatltnap Qin. G I R K - A 55 d- AIRSS X 11.1-1..--1--.--......-.---..-...-...----11--I! Greetings to All New and Old Students of C. S. N. You are looking for a good place to trade. We trust you will give us a look and we can surely convince you that you have found the right place. Ladies, Shoes and Hose, Men's Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings, Sweaters, Trunks, Traveling Bags, etc. Visit the HAYE CLOTHING STORE Cowles Dry Goods and Millinery fi THE STORE OF STYLE AND QUALITY X We are this year showing a more com- plete line of Ladies' Suits, Coats, Caps, Ai gif df Dresses, Skirts, Waists and Millinery ever 5 .fin Fo K 'xxx ,Rx R f Q me ' 2 . , 't f p? 0, rq shown in Edmond. . 13il55E f 5 ' ,2E2a:...55 " if T - . e lx '- ' ' Fun une of Mews shifts, Ties, lde Coi- t -. 4 i lars, Hose, Ilandkerchiefs and Belts. xx -...- - ... .........-............. ...... .- .....- - .. .. -..--.-..------- W f-1 FF L ,M , 4 ,,,,,.,,,,.....M Nm.. ? , ENGLISH HALL AND COTTAGE OHLA K. ENGLISH 401 East Campbell Phone 197 ...I 1..1..1..1..1 1 ..-..1...l.1M..I.11.iniI..-I.,I.-ull..-.,......1..i..1...1,.1..1..i..1..i 1...- FOSTER JAYNE Ask for your patronage on flze strength of the merit of Meir Merchandise, Dry Goods, Shoes and "Ready- lo- Wear" F O S T E R J A YN E Sali.sf1clor'y Goods at Saiiqfaclory Prices IES n.-...-..- --------- .. ---- IE! Sk- THE HOME OF MRS. GRACE DEWEY 305 East Main, Edmond, Okla .- .. 1 1 .- .- -..-uill1..1..i..1-s-ul....1..1,..... BY ADHERING TO THE HIGHEST PRINCIPLES OF STORE-KEEPING BY STRIVING TO SERVE RATHER THAN TO GAIN, THIS HAS BECOME KNOWN THROUGHOUT AN ENTIRE GREAT STATE AS A DEPENDABLE AND WORTH-WHILE INSTITUTION. THE KERR DRY GOODS CO OKLAHOM T 1II1..1g.1.l1n1.q1u1.p.....1..1gu1..1nu-u1u.-. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 im "S.8LH. Green Trading Stamps Given With Every Purchase" RORABAUGH-BROWN D. G. CO. Incorporated 213-215-217-219 MAIN ST. OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. HORDER BY MAIL-SHIPPING CHARGES PAIDH "Sixty Different Departments-A Multiple of Specialty Stores with Multiplied Shopping Advantages" The RORABAUGH-BROWN DRY GOODS CO., OKLAHOMA CITY uu1un1uu1un1n-un1uu:un1uu-uu1uu1nn1uu-uu-.u-u1:1nm1nu-uu1im1uu1nn1uu1nn-uns-un-un-nu:M1 The Largest Music Store in the State Pmivos, v1C'rRo1,As, GRAFANOLAS, Enisoivs, Liberal Terms if Desired U M fiWTTgt'lll'Lfi il it lit ijillii'Liii'iiii!'! Write for Catalogue W R d wminiwQuWt CH ESN UT BR ornnns lit ins-lrwxvesrcuknr Ave. C3uthne,CDkla. i ir'ii W1 1 1 1 1 1 1.n1.u1.u1..1..1qg1uu1u.uu1..,,1 1..,,1,,,.1....1.u1m,1u..-.n1m1 1 1 i1 eDmo?nd OKLa JanY lstL9L9. DEar MLss jeweLL? W1-2iShing Hou A MERRy chRi2tm s ak a Hap py NEWyeaZ YOuRs T6uLy? EdNa jilnES Our stenography department takes great pride in showing the efforts of one of their bright pupils after the fifth lesson. ..1qq1,.11111111111111111111111111 THE NOVELTY STORE Ladies' Waists and Dresses, Ribbons, Embroideries and Laces FRESH CANDIES at Popular Prices C. E. TOOL 8z CO. 113 South Broadway 1 1 1 1 1 1.1,m....,.,1.n1.i-.p1..1.,1.n1nl1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Military Diary ofCapt. Morphy zz ..,. ..... ,..A,,,, , , ,M ,,.,,,,,, , 2 x Dec. 20.-Tried to get discharge. Dec. 21.-Home Bakery, 3 calls, tried for discharge. Dec. 22.-Tried for discharge, Home Bakery, 1 call. Dec. 23.-Stayed in hed all day, tried to get discharge. Dec. 24.-Home Bakery, 5 calls, tried to get discharge, Dec. 25.-Tried to get discharge and Home Bakery. Both closed. Dec. 26.-Tried to get discharge, Home Bakery, 6 calls. Certified cz True Copy 1..1H...W1M1,..1...1,.1..1...1..1.0.1ll-1..1l.1......1..1.m1..1. 1.11, 11.1, No 6 NORTH BRUADWAY I YALE CAFETERIA SD2u::.:si.afa'rw'fl S ' V LW is Y i9rrLf'Hsil.i TPB T EV 1 114 YA a , F . so For ' fr 'gear A I ll!! f 'VVW'-1 IE if , .F ,Z ME gg' iii w e a im rrrr E,li..io.ElE ?S.fE!Q'f? ffsiill i f fill lid HEWlEllIllUUlTlH'illillWii1J. 'V El! 1 L, M , . ii i il s err lg,i,g5g.,,jrji E i i: im, W i r. is 1 4 X . EIQEE " , "' QE- ia Q. rl- ,lim JEE-E.g I 'gilffi I l H y, Lk 'EE bulky? Xa ,mm E L I ,H Anzcnrzrznu ' L lhlilll! ii i-ER PENH S WL f i f 11 in j Jllfo.. L Hucmugiiorznr LJFEUCKENSLI I-gil,-4 ! , W Imywl Reg A Ay X , RE5T..,R..N ,U , ,, rim I , E V I I ni mr il ly :min Nixmmmg r 1' I iii' Y li"",:g"1I' 5 r . if aaralai rl. M ,rarer if A 4 A ' i I ' , Q We 51+ .ff i 5 1 I H' r if 2 f , rar r. 7 Einig cmoerralilz 9 V X BRUADIWJV CENTRALLY LOCATED NEAR HOTELS AND DEPOTS gk, ,ms I, mmf fL- " Wa e or 4 E' fr .. ' L ' i' .3 ,T i-VL W ,L ew to 3, Y f - lggawnrw. WH :' i N: Y A. .Q ' n:AsunAm.: llucts iw-1 uma A nn u Nw-I e First ational ank OF EDMOND, OKLA. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 330,000.00 We Want Your Business Our Past Policy and ample resources are our guarantee for the future. E. A. BENDER, President H. W. GRANZOW, Cashier G H. FINK, Vice-President ELNIER E. GRIFFIN, Asst. Cashier The Citizens National Bank OF EDMOND, OKLAHOMA CAPITAL STOCK AND SURPLUS, 329,000.00 A general banking business transacted. We solicit a share of your business and guarantee courteous attention and accuracy. DIRECTORS G. H. Fink E. H. Jayne E. E. Griffin E. A. Bender Wm. Courtney W. J. Huffman H. W. Granzow g A ,1 1 1 1 .1-11.1.1 1 1 1 1,..1..1.,1.-,.1 1 1 1 1..1..1 1 1..1..1.1 1 1 dmond State Bank CAPITAL, 525,000.00 Your Deposits are Guaranteed. We appreciate your Deposits. E. H. EMERSON H. S. EMERSON HERMAN LARSON President Vice-President Asst. Cashier C O F 5 Edmond anaioriwn CLEANERS PREssERs HATTERS E. 0. MALTBY, Prop. 5 sourn BROADWAY We Call For and Deliver ln Business Since 1909 PHONE 131 lk ----- ---..----- . . .----------- ..- X The Owl Drug Store Opposite Terminal Building BOOKS, MAGAZINES, DAILY PAPERS Physicians' Prescriptions a Specialty SODA FOUNTAIN GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA Terminal Cleaners SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR LADIES AND GENTS We do all kinds of Alterations Call for and Deliver N. FRISING Phone 73 THE OWL CAFE Short Order and Cold Drinks Open Day and Night 124 S. Broadway 1, Phone 227 WEAVER'S CASH GROCERY STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Phone 105 EDMOND, OKLAHOMA ,,1n.-..1..1n1nu11u1u1.-nn1un1nn1un....1..11r..1M1 1n.1..1..1..1..1..1..1.I-...1...-,,1 When you buy Coffee, buy the Best- OLD MASTER, PILOT, SAN MARTO-The Famous Bour Brands OZARK TRAIL-Our 25c Leader Sold Exclusively By PENNY CASH STORE CO. Bagley 8m Potts 4.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1..,1..1q,1gl.-.q..,4,1,1,..-,I1u,1u.1,,1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1... SQUARE DEAL GROCERY GROCERIES, FLOUR AND MEAT Phone 2 EDMOND, OKLA. ..11.-...-.-...1.,1..,1.,,1.1..-1-.1....1-.1-.1-.iignggl THE HOME BAKER Y SWEETS OF ALL KINDS Our Blue Ribbon Bread, Cakes, Pies and Candies are of the Best Our Fountain is Cool and Clean WE FURNISH NUO-PHONE MUSIC AT ALL TIMES AGENT FOR PHONOGRAPH RECORDS orrnal Hill Grocery CANDIES AND FRUITS STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES PENCILS, TABLETS AND PAPERS Phone 36 J. T. STRIPLING, Proprietor Edmond, Okla. .-...-....1....,,,..I.1..........1......-...1g.1..-..l-,1...1..1g,,......u,.- .1..i.,i,.1..1..1.,1.gig. RUCKER-BURTON D. G. COMPANY THE QUALITY STORE Q- Here at all Times you will find quality merchandise at prices consistent with dependable "quality". We do not sacrifice dependability to be able to name a seemingly low price. Inferior merchandise is never economical-it can not stand the test of wear. Come here for quality merchandise and authentic styles. Mail Orders carefully and promptly filled. 105-107 W. Oklahoma Ave. GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA it lf Her Flowers Come From FURROW 8z COMPANY QRW E They Will Please. , 'ey ' V Y ' 551' fail' zg,:E3Q,g: fIf Q I '-JQQ Our tacilities and service are un- E. 'L E surpassed in the Southwest. Oklalmmfiis Write or Phone us. largest growers of cut flowers and plants Guthrie, Okla. FURROW 81 COMPANY Q -.- -.--.---.----..-n-..- - .-.u-....-..-.--n-.n-m- -.II-M-.---.-.I-m--I.-. - -- IX' LEE-H CKINS HOTEL OKLAHOMA CITY 450 Rooms-FIREPROOF-300 Baths Oklahoma 'S Largest and Finest Hotel Special attention to Dinner, Fraternity and Class BANQUETS JOSEPH HUCKINS, Jr., Manager 1 1 1 1 1 1,,..1.1.1,.l11.u1n.1..1..1,,,1n..1u.1,,1,,,-..1..1.g1..1.,1 1 1 1 1 1 1. Get It At VVestfaZl's KODAKS-KODAK DEVELOPING AND FINISHING SODA WATER-LUNCHEONETTE LIGGETT'S CHOCOLATES STATIONERY-BOOKS--CIGARS WESTFALL DRUG CO. REXALL STORE 204-206 W. Main Street OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. 1l.1I.1..1.,1,,1,.1nu1nn1m-I1,111.1.1,I.1H.11...,1.t,1.1,.1,,,,-..1n,1I.u1qg1qg1u.1.,g1n1..1w1..1 "THE HOME LIKE DINING ROOM" HOME COOKED-HOME SERVED MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS Home Dining Room BASEMENT COLCORD BUILDING Oklahoma City 1,11111111111.u1,l1..1..1.,.1.,-11111111111 5: IIIIllIll111122IIIIIIIIIIiIIII2IIIIIIlilI2IIlIIIIIIIIIILIIEIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIC2222IlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIZIIIiiIIIiIIIIIIIIIClIIIIIIIIIIIIllliIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIZIIHIIICIIIIIIIifliIfffflfflllffllllllllIIIIIIIII 2 C S T O R E S I I IN OKLAHOMA DEALING IN . LADIES' SUITS, coATs AND DRESSES H III!IIIIIllIIIllIIIQIC223172231IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIZCICCIIII ZIIIIIIIIIIIZZIIIIIIZIIIITIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICIISCCIIIIIICCIIIIIlIIIIIIllllIIIllIICllIIIIIIIIIC212221IIllIIII!IIII!IllllIIIIIIIIllillllIIIIIIIIIIIICIIIIIIIIIIII C. H. WRIGHT 118 West Main OKLAHOMA CITY, TULSA, ENID and SHAWNEE xg 1 1 1 1un-uu1un1n-uu-uu1un-uu1nn1uu1--un1un1nu1nn-nn-un-un1nn-nn-un-uw-1nn-uu1un1 :E 1.-...unig'..,,1gg-.mi.,.1pp-...1.....,1H1up...,.,1.,,i,.,1...1.n1nl.1p.1gu1.,,1,1.,..i...1n..1nn1 lm., EDMOND MOTOR COMPANY FORD AGENTS GASOLINE, OIL and GREASE--VVELDING A SPECIALTY W. G. SMITH, Prop. Phone 291 Edmond, Okla. RAHMANN Sz GRILLS BEAUTY PARLORS BUENO SL BURNHAM Toilet Preparations and Hair Goods for Sale Comp Bldg. Phone 42 Edmond, Oklahoma A SPECIALTY .I MANUAL TRAINING STOCK We Appreciate Your Business MINNETOKA LUMBER CO. .I-.01 1.,.1..1 .-...1.u1. ..p.1..1g.,..m..-n...-.,,-..,....u 1 -. I..-M1g.,1,,,-.lgl..1m,1.,1.,,....-. N ' MQGOW ' . FURNITURE and HARDWARE CARPETS, MATTINGS, WALL PAPER, SHADES Phone 10 EDMOND, OKLAHOMA gl -1.-i..-.I-1...-lu-. - - - .- - - - 1 1 - 1'-.--n.-u-u--n---1..----n-u---- X LEADER MERCANTILE CO. I. W. GRAY, Manager STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. gq1un1.g1..q1un1 1 1 1 1 1 1n1..1..1,,-.,.1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1...-.n.1..1.....g1 DODGE HUDSON OAKLAND amfland Motor Co. Operators of the Edmond Garage Handle all kinds of Auto Accessories, Tires, Tubes, Spark Plugs, Oil, Gasoline, and Batteries SERVICE CARS, DAY OR NIGHT PHONE 148 .1..1..1,.1u1n1111:11n1n.1.n1n1n1u.1q-,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,.1..1..1..1..1.q1 FrcmkQE. Buell Lumber Co. Dealers in Oil and Gas, Lumber, Hardware, Glass, Paints, Sash, Doors, Cement, Implements, and all kinds of building Material. We sell Sherwin-Williams paints-best on earth. PHONE 88 .41M111n1uu1un1nn-,,,.1,,n1.m.1.m-.I1.1.1.4-.nu...m41u-an-g.1,..1I.,I1H.11.m1.m1..g1m.1.q1m.1-m1m.1..,.1 We have the best Fountain Service in the city. Both for Soda Water and Lunches. Agents for Chockolet Shop Candies fLos Angelesj, in Redwood Boxes. Also Elmers Candies. ROACH, THE DRUGGIST 110 W. Main Oklahoma City ,1.,1..1u.1nq1nl1.,1..1m1.m1,,.1..1.1,1M1in-u1m1-.nn1nu1nn1nn..un1nm1un1nn11.q1n.1,,1,.1 MOONEYS CAFE For Better Service, Good Food and Courtesy, Visit Us Traveler's Benches our Specialty 16 S. BROADWAY gg 1 - 1 - -- - 1 - 1 1 -u--nu-n-1111-1:1---11-111--1 - 1 1..1......1,...,,1,1 1 I IXE5555555 55555525i5i55555555555555 it in 1 B 3? Iii I II'I iiiii IIII III?- IIIII III' College and Club Pins made to order, any design. :iii Diamonds ordered, any size-prices right. Jewelry makes excellent presents for graduation, birthday, or Christmas, Repairs guaranteed on all work. We are here to please you. 51151 Have we? Have you given us a chance? lf not come or iii - - - W write. We fill mall orders. Ii Q .X 555555i5555555555555555555555555- 5-5555555-5 -555, 5555555 5 555555555555 Yi Watches, Rings, Bracelets, Cult' Links, Stick Pins, Tie Clasps, Watch Fobs, Watch Chains, Neck Chains, Lavalliers, Brooches, Bar Pins, Belt Buckles, Gold Handled Umbrellas, Seal Jewelry, Cluh and Class Pins, Waternian's Pens, Manicure Sets, Toliet Arti- cles Souvenir Spoons, Cut Glass, China, Silverware, Clocks, Pennants and Pillow Tops. .1 rnetfs ewelry Store PHONE I EDNIOND, OKLAHOMA K 1 :V J UUMPANY I Corner First and Broadway Eastman Phone 1 Student Headquarters Agency Rexall Goods 5 A COMPLETE LINE OF TOILET GOODS AND DRUG SUNDRIESQ FINE BOX STATIONERY, LIGGETT, GUTH, AND CHOCKLET SHOP CANDIES ATHLETIC GOODS FRENCH IVORY SODA LUNCH CIGARS X .-111-.-..1111111-..11..1..i.--..-11.-1-... xi uni 1 1 -. .1 -.mi--nn-un-inii1uu1un1un--un-nuiini-un1uu1u.:--mi-ni-uuiuu-nu-un1iin1 - -f - - I J P. C. Slack S Book Store Dealer in Books, Stationery, COI1fCClIlOllSQ Headquarters for School Books and School Supplies. Edmond, Okla. " ' "2""'f"""""l-""" ' ' " ' " ' 'i""""i"""i" - ' "1 f bbs lobes Jflutners i ' Q " ill Especially Stiles Flowers hecause they are fresh pf i' fragrant and correctly bouqueted. 5 bttles Jflnral u. I TiEDEnEgsf6N-xIorfMusEiCB. S 221 Main St. Oklahoma City The best place to huy everything Musical. PIANGS, PLAYER PIANOS, VICTROLAS, GRAFANOLAS, SHEET MUSIC, ETC. lin-nl 1111111111 nu-ll1an1:u 1111111 - 1111i - 1 il I T . I 5 Manufacturers of the Famous GILT EDGE, WHITE FROST and RODKEY'S BEST FLOURS 3 . . Eagle M1ll1ng Company I 2 EDMOND, OKLAHOMA ! ! !'-"7"i TllTUllllTllCTClll Stllil-IICU'Ili-IIUI1IIS1IliIDIl7llillTllTll-illIT'll11lllllTlllllTllll-'Tull l BROADWAY BARBER sl-loP T Prices the Same Regardless of War ! Welcome Boys! L ' Your Patronage Appreciated T N. BROADWAY HAL ADAMSON ! NQIITIITUTI'-1llillTll?-lll'lT'Pll TTiililTlTTTT IITIITII-I n llilllllllli Y FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CH URCH. The Cradle of C. S. N., and a Friend of All Students. OTHO B. MORRIS, Pastor. B -----------....----------..---,.- ,, ome Style otes for Young Men ,rake a good look at this illus- A, trationg notice the shoulders-- the fullness that stands up on top where the sleeve joins the shoulders. Notice the sharp U 1 angle of the breast pocketg the , V ' H tu 1 '.Ai " slash pocketsg the slight flare to the skirt of the coatg the A, rows of stitching around the , ,.': collar. Those are the little ex- .-Z tra touches youlll zlllpreciate in all the new things here from V 3. Q Hart Schallner SL Nlarx. jffiz Qii for 7 Vw ' ' ir ' - I' Hart, Schaffner 85 ' is Marx Finest Offer- . ings in Men's and - Young Men's Suits F, , C,opy:'1ght. 1v19 Hart Schaffncr e.. Marx T HE latest new spring models in single and double-breasted young men's welt-waist modelsg smart form-fitting modelsg with the new style lapelsg flare skirtsg stylish 1, 2 and 3-button modelsg curved hip erlectsg military effects, as well as the more dignified styles. We show all fabrics and weavesg tweeds, silk mixtures, cassimeres, cheviots, soft worsteds, browns, oxfords, greens, plaids, checks, stripesg in all sizes and models for men of all proportions. THE LUTZ STORE FOR MEN Home of Hart Schaffner 8z Marx Clothes GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA ilu.-.q....1l.,..,.-,,,1,,.-u.-. .- 1 1 1 1 1.-1-i--ft-11-1-'..'1,1 1 1 1 -.mi1m- 1:1 1:11 -- 1 1-1 The SANITARY BARBER SHOP Electric Clippers and Modern in Every Respect. Give Us a Trial HARRY WRIGHT, Prop. 1,1 11.41,-.1 1 1I...1,.,.1,...1,,H1im..ni.1i......I.,...g1nn1-m1uu1im1 1 1 1 GEO. E. PAAS-HARDWARE UNDERTAKING Implements, Harness, Plumbing, Cas and Electrical Goods Tinshop EDMOND, OKLAHOMA QUALITY SHOE REPAIRING GOODYEAR CWING FOOT RUBBER HEELSD Best Heel On the Market. SHOE LACES SHOE POLISH HEEL PADS HEEL LININGS ALUMINUM FRENCH HEELS SHOES DYED TONGUE PADS MODERN ELECTRIC SHOE HOSPITAL Half Block East of Post Office E. HOLCOMB, Prop When you stop to think about clothes, ,--Q Consider lizind-tailored garments nizlde by 3, 4 STEIN BLOCH if X Ana fx fx SOCIETY BRAND V! -4 For X .Z ii ' A A 2' 0 i , 0fVf1fx2fcfczoffffffoff0-'ff'f BARTIIQIIIER numvnam QKLAHOMA cox Y i K 20 Years of Reliability 5 gr .,1.,1i1 1 1 ...nf-.-iiu1i-'11 1,.,1..ii1,.q1,...1.-.m.... 1 1 1 1 1 ....,.,,..,n.1,.,,.1.,.1,,,. 4 f , ' . 0 4 ' 1 I H C FASHION. SHOP r j Oklahoma City Ar dmore LQLLQLQIHLEQB YOU G COLLEGE ME It isn't so much Il matter of what you know its it is the way you show your knowledge today. First impressions :ire important in assuring your success in business and social life. Good clothes :ire your best asset in producing the right iinpressionsg we have the clotliesg styles for every type of man and young man. MADANSKY BROTHER Model Clothing Co. Oklztlroinzl City 2 25-2 7 West Main T11 a""' .V rv" 'Q Y ,....f' --And Now Most of You Are Teachers sl filllli only wish tlizlt lyiiillillllllil Vity hxlll si-llools enough nu-I 'tliiililivsu to go, enough to insure :ill of you rx plan- for the vouiing fall term nnil that this great. big store of L'ilZll'llllll:1 worm-n's zxppzxri-I mig your lieu1lqunr'torsf:111,vliow, Olclnliomn City welvonios you, :intl Mans Littli-'S wolwouies you on 0:11-ll :lull ovvijv visit hero, The Prir'r.s' Herr' Arr .Unzlernlr I'ricr.i- f ef , ' 303 WEST MAIN 570557 ' Oklulmnm City ht iw on 1....1..1M..1..,1g,,11....11111.-11-.11 I II I IIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIIIIIII II IIIIIIII IIII III This Annual Printed by the WARDEN COMPANY EQUIPPED FOP. SERVICE IN OWN BIJILDIXG 51- -14616 WEST GRAND AVENUE OKLAHOMA CITY, U. S. A. HThe House Where Quality Reignsw PRINTERS, PUBLISHERS BINDERS, STATIONERS Catalogs a Spevia My .-T' 'X IIII I II III IIIIII II I llllll II I llllllll X 11.-1.--..-111--.-.-.-1.-11.....1 X We carry a complete line of Drugs, Sundries, Kodaks, Cameras, in fact everything that can be found in a first-class drug store. When in the city, call on us. Roach Sz Veazy Drug Co. Main and Rob. Streets OKLAHOMA CITY HOME MEAT MARKET We Handle Oklahoma City Packing Plant Products Direct service causes us to have fresh stocks at all times. C. W. WOODRUFF PHONE 30 SPECIAL DELIVERY SCHAEFER'S BAKERY GEO. L. SCHAEFER, Proprietor Home of the "BETTER" LOAF Edmond, Oklahoma 4,1 1.l1n.1lg1..1..1 1 1 1u.,1m.1,m1m.-.1g.1l.1n1g-1,11 1 1...-..1..1..1,.1.,1..1 C. A. II.-XRRE'I"l' XV. B. BRYANT e Economy Store BARRETT ,IND HRIt'.4.Y7', Pl'0f7I'I.f'f0l"S Dealers in ST.,-IPLE I-IND F.4NC'Y GROCERIES PHONE 58 EDBIOND, OKLAIIOMA The Edmond Steam Laundry Established in 1909-Under the Same Management We Lead in the Art of High Class Laundry PHONE 145 EDMOND, OKLA. 1.111111111111111-1nu1uu1.l1ll111111-.11 1n1n1n1..1..1 1 1,I1U1M1..1..1..1u.,.1,.1,,1.,1u.-,,1,,.1,,1,,1,,1.4.-M1M.-M1 1un1un1un1g.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.. 1 1 1111:1'11u1n...uu1..1n1pq1ql1..1 QI Qture Qerhine Eau will like You will like the merchandise this store offers and you will like the way you are treated when you come in to look at that merchandise. The one who buys a hit of rihhon is as courteously treated as the one who buys the highest priced article in the store. In every department you will find painstaking' sales- people whose ambition it is to please you. SCOTT, HALLIBURTON CO. Oklahoma City, Gkla. 11.-.11..-.....1i11.-ug.-ug-qnllmi..11.-1--.1 inninninaninainuninnlnn.-nn..u1n..uu1un1mn-mn-.pf-,qg-gH1,1inn1.Ii..,i.ninn1.,1....-.lu....u.1g NATIONAL PARAMOUNT BLUEBIRD METRO MUTUAL THE GEM THEATER With lessons up, the time goes slow - Unless you see the picture show. ' I hi' lillllillllillYlillliiIwiIlllillll-vllllgglillilllllllliLIMITIlllIlllilli-01-1Il'Tlll4TIllilIlHiIIliII'ix l l You ARE ALWAYS l ' I WEL COME s1EG,s DRUG STORE L21.H-nl.-un-.n-I--m-In-un..-m.....I.-in.,-...T.1..1...1-I.-...lf-....-ml-lm-H..-nu-lm-....-....-.1 Xl T 5 7 l A l I I ...-ug1...-.gini..g1ug1ug1u,1u..m.-nu.-.,...,,,-,,,,1 Eu un un nu nn lu In un un 1:1un--uninn--nn1uu-nu-nu-un1nninu--Iurnn1un1un1uu1un:nn1uu-nu--un1un-um K1 N xl I IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII IIIII HIII IIIII IIIII IMI. 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When you buy, you want to "make it snappy." That's just what we do here. Big broad assortnients of everything a man wears, from sox to suits. Latest ideas-best qualities-and our guarantee of saisfaction hack of everything We sell. A real men's store that you'll like. Come in and see us the first time you are in Oklahoma City Witt-Badgett 8z Co. BAUM BUILDING GRAND 8: ROBINSON ,.,-.,i..1..-..-...ill-..i.....1 .- .. 1...-...Il 1 1 .ig........i.,1..-...-.q-.nil-n-.'n1..1.,.1,. .L+ .-.pg i W i,-invi? i-i i ji i-i i i-i Q -- -. ofvmwof-1.7 I: ' l 'iq I-Q l + HHIfLliHHHHi alilealiliIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIE "- ' 0 H 'pi . I I - g 5 -, N A 4 5 Q h 2 Q -.. N - - N : Q K E ::1 i N L -w as e E 1 3 3 3 sim' .1 - 1 2 - gil 0 I 4 Q li' , X it ---We -,, gag -.0... :Z em, K 5 -.-5 :I - J. :X -- 5 5. 2 I ll Iggy ' H 12 5 3 :-. I ll I g -1 I wmmwylf TT Q LT E ...fl . N S ' I H, - M . 5 .,. .., . 15: ff ' -fb-M XI W 1 Qu 1 -, .' .- Ai N f A e 2 G6 -G Z 1 1 :oz ...G . S .- :I f i Q -I f E E 3 1: 2 . 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