"The Beaverette"
Scott County High School
February, 1923

SENIOR NOTES                                                                                       
1st Semester Officers:                                                                                  2nd Semester
Pres. - Emma Jan Ruth              Vice Pres- Ray MacDonald                        Pres.- Bertha Smith               Vice Pres. - Beulah Armantrout
Secy.-Treas. - Blanche Brown   Class Sponsor - Miss Epperson                 Secy-Treas. - Pearl Carson     Class Sponsor - Miss Epperson

    On September 21 the Senior class enjoyed a hike to McKean's grove.  Afte reaching the grove weinies were roasted and marshmallows toasted.
    The Senior - Faculty Banquet was given at the High School building December 16th.  It was enjoyed very much by everyone present.
     A Rook party was given at the school house, February 12.  Although the "flu" kept several of the class at home, the others spent a very
enjoyable evening.
     Beulah Armantrout has been elected to the positio of business manager for "The Beaver."

1st Semester Officers                                                                                    2nd Semester
Pres. - Kenneth Force                Vice. - Pres. Marie Cook                            Pres. - Wendell Grosjean        Vice-Pres. - Ivan Force
Secy.-Treas - Hubert Smith        Class Sponsor - Mr. Gepharte                     Secy.-Treas. - Marie Cook      Class Sponsor - Mr. Gepharte

    The Junior's first entertainment was a "hay-rack ride" on Sept. 21.  On arriving a few miles north-west of town, a weinnie roast and watermelon
feed was enjoyed.
    The Junior had a party at the High School building Dec. 12.  Progressive Rook was the main event of the evening, after which a delicious
luncheon was served.
    Lee Jones of Greeley, Colo. enrolled in the Junior class this semester.

1st Semester Officers                                                                                       2nd Semester
Pres.- Leland Long                     Vice Pres. - Howard Huling                           Pres.- Howard Huling                Vice Pres. - Everette Mulch
Secy.-Treas.- Mildred Easley      Class Sponsor - M. L. Kirby                         Secy.-Treas.-Lena Masch          Class Sponsor - M. L. Kirby

    The first entertainment of the year was a hike Sept. 21 to McKeans's Grove.
    The next was a party held Dec. 13 at the high school building.
    Friday, Feb. 2, the Sophomore class gave the following program for chapel:  
Lola Orton and Louise Meetheney -- Piano Duet
Larell Whitham - - Reading
Walter Epler - - Song           Mr. Kirby gave a fine talk on "Pep".


    The Freshmen held a class meeting Thursday, February 1, to elect new officer.  The following were elected:                                                                               
                                                                                                                        LAST semester's officers were:
Pres. - Marvin Wilson                   Vice.Pres - Helen Sloan                                Pres. - Mabel Piper                       Vice.Pres.- Frank Murphy
Secy.-Treas -Juanita Gilliland         Sponsor - Mrs. Smiley                                 Secy.-Treas.- Marvin Wilson          Sponsor -  Mrs. Smiley

    We expect to have another party soon and hope to make it as much of a success as the preceding ones and in this istance we do not propose
to have our "eats" stolen.
    We have lost three of our members as Dorothymae and Betty Risdon have returned to their home in Long Beach, Cal. and Frank Murphy
is now attending school at Shallow Water.
    We also have three new members: Stella Crofton, Lena McCool, and Leslie Jones.
    About the first of December of the last semester, we had a "Freshmen Day" and gave what was said to be a very creditable program which
consisted of a class song and yell, a reading by Dorothymae Risdon, a reading by Mabel Beckley, a piono solo by Betty Risdon and a letter
to Santa Claus and a paper entitled "The Freshmen Fizzle."
    The attendence has been breatly diminished by the "Flu", seventeen of the class being absent Friday afternoon, Feb. 2.

Names of the advertisers:    
The R.V. Store.  We are catering this season especially to the wants of young people.  This means lots of  "Snap" and "Life" to our this Sprint's Ready-to-Wears.
Motor Inn Garage.  Chas. W. Wimer, Prop.  Auto livery, general repairing, storage facilities, super service garage, tires and accessories.
Citizens State Bank.  We offer safety of funds, efficiency of service courteous treatment.  C. W. Dickhut, president.  A.F. Goodwine, Cashier.
Tires repaired at HARRY MOTTS.  A guarantee goes with the work. Just west of First National Bank.
Sanitary Meat Market.  Cured meats and canned good, fresh meat and fresh vegatables.  We deliver to any part of the city.  J.J. BUSENHART, Prop.
The King Realty Co.  We buy and sell Real Estate, make loans and write insurance.  Give us your business.
Suffer no more from tuberculosis, asthma, chronic colds, or sore lungs caused from pneumonia or flu.  Every family should have a bottle of this wonderful Germicide, KING's FORMULA, simply inhale and breathe the penetrating quality, you will notice a relieved feeling instantly and a most healing and soothing sensation is the result.   Get it at your druggist or sent postpaid for $2.50 a bottle.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Manufactured by Wm. C. KING, Scott City, Kansas.
If  you want complete satisfaction Try the Cash and Carry.  We carry the best in groceries.  RUTH & SON, Props.  Phone 213
W.L.SHEEN.   Heating and Plumbing     Scott City, Kansas
See the Kirk Elevator for flour, feed coal, hay and most all kins of seeds for spring sowing.  J.E.KIRK GRAIN CO.
GEO. C. ABEL, D.V.M.  Graduate of the St. Joseph Veterinary College.  Deputy Livestock Sanitary Commissioner.  Office opposit National Bank. Phones: Office 151-A, Res. 151-B
Call the FARMERS ELEVATOR CO. for grain, coal, flour, oil and mill fee.
HAMMOND HOTEL        H.L. BLEEKER, Prop. Phone 97
The place to get a shine is at DeVAULT & SON'S Barber shop. Get your hair cut while waiting for a shine.
of every 100 men at age sixty-five, 36 are dead. Of the remaining 64 -
54 are in the poor house, or dependent on charity. 6 are yet working for daily wage. 3 are well-to-do.  1 is rich.  In which class will YOU be?  If you are willing to be reasonably thrifty, you will be one of the last-named 4; otherwise, you will be one the 6 or of the 54.  It is up to YOU.  FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Capital $50,000--Surplus $15,000.  Strong   Safe Satisfactor
They all like GREENLEE'S unique bread.  It's made like the housewife wants it.
Do you know after 8:30 P.M there are reduced rates on Station-to-station calls?  The front pages of your telepone directory will give full information.  THE CONSOLIDATED TELEPHONE CO.  "Service First" "Service Always"  J.L.JONES, - local Mgr.
ESKIMO     confections, hot drinks, lunch.  J.C. HOPPER, proprietor.  Scott City, Kansas.  We consider it a pleasure to please you!
SHARP'S EATS  East Side Main St.  H.C.SHARPE, Prop. Phone 249
GIFTS THAT LAST  Jewelry bargains every day in the year.  M. M. HOYAL, Scott City, Kansas
Try our Home Made Chili     City Lunch Room                     A. F. SLAUGHTER, Prop.
Scott City Tailors, Cleaners & Dyers.  All wool suits made to measure by the Scotch Wollen Mills for $29.50.  No more, no less.  250 samples from which to choose.  Phone 194.  H.D. WINTER, Prop.
Gift Shop.  Scott City, Kansas  T. IRWIN, Prop. Phone 256
Allison-Eby Hardware Co.  Hardware, stoves, paints and oils, electrical supplies.  Scott City, Kansas.  Agents for DeLaval Separators, Copper Clad ranges & Type Z engines.
POTTER'S STUDIO    Photographs, Kodak finishing, Enlarging, Framing.
Don't waste your money on ordinary clothes when you can select from hundreds of fine woolens that we will have made to your order so that you can wear good clothes that wil fit right, wear well and yet cost no more.  There's a style for every taste and a price for every pocket book, $29.50 up.  Now is the time to order your new spring clothes.  W.H. Streeter, cleaning and pressing, phone 61
Day by day in every way                                                            we can give you more value for your money in                          every way.                                                                                DICKHUT AUTO COMPANY
NEWSOME BROTHERS  Phone 1, Ford and Lincoln authorized sales and service. Scott City, Kansas
We carry a complete line of groceries, candies, fresh and canned vegetables and fruits.  CORNER STORE.                      U. G. RUTH, Prop.  Phone 21
Poor Printing is a liability at any price.  But good stationery of any kind will form a lasting impression for you among your friends.             NEWS CHRONICLE PRINTING COMPANY
GIVENS AND FORCE .    Our groceries are all you desire - our dry goods you'll surely admire     Both lines are complete-    To wear and to eat --And our prices could surely be higher.  Phone 96
The New Barber Shop.  We have everything new and up-to-date and are ready for business.  Give us a try.  FRANK HARTON, Prop.
The North End Cafe.  Cigars, tobacco, confections, short orders and regular meals.  Open Night and Day.                        CHAS. FULLER, Prop.
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