1910 Greenwood High School Quiver
Contributed by Duane Horn, transcribed by Janet Schwarze
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This "Quiver" was dedicated to Henry William Hunt, Born November 5, 1852, Died February 21, 1916, member of the Greenwood Board of Education.
Board of Education
H. H. Hartson, Photo--Director; G. W. Bishop, Photo--Treasurer; F. W. Shrimpton, Photo--Clerk.
Lydia L. Meyer, Photo--German; Frank E. Trafzer, Photo--Principal; Julia A Murray, Photo--English.
Braun, Setonia, Photo--German Course, "Busy as a bee-but without wings to carry her from place to place." Bryden, Hazel, Photo--German Course. "The names of her past lovers to run o'er she would take breath full thirty times or more."; Burch, Edna, Photo--German Course. "I love my steady, but Oh, you once in a while."; Clute, Gertrude, Photo--German Course, "She was baith guid and fair."; Hamre, Florence, Photo--German Course, "The saints in Heaven can't do better."; Hunt, Donald, Photo--German Course, "If she slight me when I woo, I can sooth and let her go."; Johnson, Cora, Photo--German Course. "Love no man, not even your brother, Girls, if you must love, love one another."; Ketchpaw, Beatrice, Photo--German Course. "A perfect woman nobly planned to warn, to comfort and command."; Kleinschmidt, Silvina, Photo--German Course. "Sincere, plain-hearted, hospitable and kind."; Knop, Margaret, Photo--German Course. "Nursing her wrath to keep it warm."; Larson, Ruth, Photo--English Course, "A friend of pleasure, wisdom's aid."; McCormik, Bessie, Photo--German Course. "A rare compound of oddity and fun, who relished a joke and rejoiced in a pun."; Pfunder, Elsie, Photo--German Course. "I'll do my best," she said, "to decrease the supply of old bachelors."; Thompson, James, Photo--English Course. "He mixed reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth."; Upham, Francis, Photo--German Course. "She'd shake hands with the queen upon her throne and think it a kindness to Her Majesty."; Youngs, Harry, Photo--English Course, "Gie me a spark o' Nature's fire, that's a' the learning I desire."; Zaffke, Moses, Photo--German and English Courses. "And still they gazed and still the wonder grew, that one small head could carry all he knew."
Photo and History
Photo and History
Photo and History
Band--Emil Drummond, flute; Arthur Buker, clarinet; Donald Hunt, trombone; Floyd Volk and Elsie Pfunder, first violins; Roy Masters, cornet; Edna Burch, piano; Marion Hunt, trap drum.
Baseball--Volk, 2nd b.; Potter, 3rd b.; D. Hunt, l. f.; Wallis, c.; Palms, 1st b.; Clute, s.s.; Masters, p. & Capt.; Drummond, r. f.; M. Hunt, c. f.; Thompson.
Basketball--Potter, Left Forward; Masters, Right Forward; Thompson, (Capt.); Volk, Right Guard; Hunt, Left Guard; Clute & Drummond, Subs.
Football--Clute, r. e.; Raymond, r.t.; R. Potter, r. g.; Wallis, ?; D. Hunt, l.g.; M. Hunt, l. t.; Thompson, l. e.; Drummond, q. b.; Masters, L. H. B.; A Potter, f. b.; Volk, r. h. b.; Hartson, sub.
Girls' Gymnasium-Andrews, Clella; Baird, Pearl; Braun, Emma; Braun, Setonia; Bryden, Hazel; Burch, Edna; Clute, Gertrude; Haglund, Hildur; Hamre, Florence; Horn, Dora; Johnson, Cora; Ketchpaw, Beatrice; Kleinschmidt, Silvina; Knop, Margaret; LeGault, Della; LeGault, Marcia; McCormick, Bessie; Palmer, Dorothy; Pfunder, Elsie; Pratt, Clarice; Recheleu, Elda; Rossman, Mabel; Sheets, Edna; Sheets, Lelah; Sloniker, Fern; Smith, Alda; Sorenson, Jennie; Watson, Florence.
Racketball--Marion Hunt; Emil Drummond; Donald Hunt; Leon Clute; James Thompson.
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