Chickasha Daily Express (Chickasha, Okla.), Vol. 22, No. 233, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 18, 1922 Page: 3 of 6
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CHICKAIHA DAILY tXPftZtJ tHIZXIVAX OKLAHOMA WtDNESOAV JANUARY it 1(22.
e Ome of the FoiuLiacleii:
Frltndi' tatkttttra Win.
Junior high baiketeert played
Friend at Frlonda' aihmd lcm
even mllm riort tit-nut of (lie city
lut Friday night. Cart furnUuait
bjr Junior high studnntt carried the
layer over. A big crowd of root-
era went over with the tiam.
The Junlura did aomo innrtpjr play-
ing. Tboy wr not quits liuky and
anappy nough to put It over the
player of tha Friend ton in.
LI nou p and aeorea for tha tlir
tamci war aa follow:
' Flrat Taam of Boy a.
Friend Poiittlon Junior
llarrla . . Forward Woliott
Ladd Forward.... Strlbbllng
ppuner Otilcr. Iluntly
MtC'all . Ouard Om-ll
l'enny ........Guard..... Htnvrnaon
Tha acora at th end of tha firm
half atood !S to 18 In fuvnr of Friend
and at tha end of tha awnnd half
20 to 18 alno In fnvor of Frlond molt-
ing a total icora of 43 to 31 agalnut
Willie Klrklund wa aent In to
repluce Curtla Orrcll when the bit-
tor'a none waa inuHhed with a
Lineup for tho second tonm waa:
Friend Position Junior
Ilurrla ......Forward .....T. llluke
Humphrey ....Center.... B. Duncan
Gillian .......Center....... C. Story
AuHtln .. ..Guard n. Pound
Smith Guard J. Klaxon
8uba: Green King lluihanan.
Tli la score waa 28 to 2 and 6 to 1
making a total of 32 to 3 In fuvor of
It aeemed that tho rabblt'e foot
was againxt tho Junior glrla too for
the final acoro atood 47 to 10 In
avor of friend.
Ihe lineup waa as follows:
Friend Position Junior
P.radford Forward J. Elgin
Raniaoy Forward.. II. Ferguson
Ueadrlck Center D. Warren
Allonbaugh 2nd.C... I. Washburn
Watson Guard L. Dryden
Eell Guard.. L. Woolrldgo
Iteverond Morgan pastor of the
First Methodist church made his
initial visit to Junior high Friday
morning when he talked to Juniors
on the "Little Things in Life" at
the regular chnpel hour. Junlora
were Indeed glad to meet and know
Mr. Morgan and hope that he will be
a frequent visitor to Junior chapels.
Peppy yells reached their renlth
when Juniors gave forth two lusty
yells for ait. and Mrs. Curios Wil-
son for Mr. Wilson manual train-
lug teacher became a benedict dur-
ing .the Christina vocation.
Permanent Reeorda Completed.
The vision of having each Btuitent's
grades for his entire work at Junior
high placed on an Individual record
card and filed In the office has at
lust become a reality.
Heretofore the records have been
kept by sponsor sections but not on
the individual record curdi. The lat-
ter system is much more convenient
Miss Trout Assumes Regular Work
at J. H. 8.
Miss Katherlne Trout art super-
visor in the Chickasha public schools
during the first semester will give
all of her time to regular academic
work in J. H. S. during the second
semester having charge of 9B-1
sponsor section in room 10. Miss
Trout holds a degree from C. I. A.
Denton Texas. '
Double recitations in 9B-1 and
9B-2 English one Study Hall and one
penmanship class will make up Miss
Trout's schedule. By having double
recitations in both English and
algebra for the 9B classes during the
second semester 1 these pupils are
enabled to make two whole credits
in the two required subjects.
announcement rf tL midyear honor
roll whlrh will ba poated tha aecond
we-k of tha second sementer.
Tlio atudenta making a total
average above to percent In all sub-
ject and with no grades below SO
percent will b eligllilo for the honor
roll according to Principal J. T.
l.aurne Llndtiny formerly from
Kuiibuk bo been enrolled In the
TAJ seiilun a I nee the holiday.
Tlmd Hinllh who attended J. II. B.
It year ha reentered Junior high
for Ihe aecond aemeitter having
trnnxferred from Meridian at tho
done of their first semester.
Mid Ytar Cemmtncamant of
Mill year commencement of Junior
freshmen opened Aunilsy evening
Juminry Mh with the baccaluureate
sermon by Hev. Sum l. Tcylor In
Ihe Fint Ibiptist rhurch. 1
Kev. Taylor chose a hla theme ;
the thought of service to ot tiers
which wa heard bya rapacity house.
Tho c'lno day program wa given
by the graduutea In the Junior high
auditorium at 9 o'clock Wednesday
morning when only pupil and teach-
er were present. The same program
wa presented Wednesday evening In
the auditorium for friend and rela-
tive of the members of tho clans.
Junior High Orchestra.
Salutatory Margaret lllnghnm
Piano Solo Studo Melodlquo
Heading ..."Mis Clegg'a Adopted"
. Keith McGregor.
Class History Julia Bednnr
Class Ioem Glen!a Crawford
(a) A Merry Life ..Denxa
(b) Class Song to tune of Auld Lang
Syne By the Class
Prophecy Helen Virginia !eds
Valedictory Spencer Barefoot
The following student received
their Ninth grade diplomas Friday
evening January 13th In the Junta
high auditorium: Spencer Barefoot
Pauline Boiie Vera Bond Julia
Bednar Margaret lllnghnm Dana
Cavott Glenda Crawford John A.
DeKInder Sam Griffin Gladys
Grimsley Helen Virginia Leeds Octa
Lucy John If. Martin Phil C. Mont-
gomery Keith McGregor Llllle
Nttbora Virginia Pipkin Harvey
rretly Etta Scott Archlo Srbuler
Mildred Turner Gennlo B. Waggoner
Floyd Tatterson Raymond Thomas
Ireno Slzemoro and Dee M. Strib-
Those appearing on the program
Junior High Orchestra
Invocation Itev. Sam D. Taylor
Piano Solo Kern Stlne
Reading selected Hazel Hopkins
Vocal Solo Evelyn Mallory
Commencement Address by Dr. W.
W. Phclnn of University Oklahoma.
Presentation Dlplomas.J. F. Hatcher
Presentation of Flowers.
Benediction Rev. Sam D. Taylor
Seventh Grade Will Be In West
. With Miss Home's 7B-2 sponsor
section taking the room above the
office for their class room instead of
room 10 in east wing all Seventh
grade sections will be in the west
wing during the second semester.
This change will make room for
the hew 9B-1 section in room 10 put-
ting all Eighth and Ninth grades in
iuu ease wing much time and con-
fusion will be saved in the passing
lines for the various classes as a
result of this change.
juniors See Pershing.
A number of Juniors met tho c-in
Rock Island train whlrh nurrii n
wu. a 13.4 UCU-
eral Pershing's special car Monday
in order to get a glimpse of the
famous general while spending an
hour between trains in Chickasha.
Many Juniors received a iollv smile
and a firm hand clasp from the lead-
er of America's fighting men.
J. H. S. Honor. Roll.
A mighty good little 100 acre farm
In this county close to two good
towns ' CO acres in cultivation 3
room house and other Improvements
near church ..md school. We own
this farm can make terms to suit
and give immediate possession. If
you are able to rent you are able
to own this. Would consider some
Chickasha property or livestock.
18-4. PRICE & HULEN.
Coal Theft Cases
Filed In Justice
Charged with stealing coal three
negroes giving their names as
Frank 'Davis Chas. Jones and Oscar
Hawkins were arrested and placed
In the county jail . yesterday after-
When araignetl this morning in
Justice H. L. Grigsby's court the
trio pleaded not guilty on charges
of petit larceny. They were re-
turned to jail in default of bond. ..
The negroes were arrested by
Berry Williamson and William Ex-
ley special officers for the Rock
Island and D' Arthur Wilson deputy
MARRIED 85 YEARS.
(By The United Press.)
Atlanta Texas Jan. 18. The old-
est couple in Texas lives on the
plantation of V. D. Glass north of
here. They are Joe Knight and his
wife negroes. Uncle Joe Is 109 years
Old. His wife is 108. Tbev havn
been married So years.
Juuiors are anxiously awaiting ftsj Uncla Joe work? every Say -
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