Trenton Chillicothe Thanksgiving Football Game Program

Thanksgiving Game

Trenton vs Chillicothe

Thursday, November 27

Price 20 cents

Awful cold day but what’s the diff we won as usual

Trenton High School Squad
Top Row- R. Moore, Smith; Third Row- Chapman, Clements, Pence, Goins, M. Graham, Walker, Cooper. Second Row- Walters, Horner, M. Jones, McReynolds, Reddig, Moore, Pond, Forbes. Bottom Row- Harrington, (asst. coach), Ervin, (capt.), Ebbe, Lewis, Graham, Thompson, Stroff, Taylor, Barnes, (coach).

Coach Paul Barnes
Trenton’s mentor got his early athletic training at the University of Missouri, where his activities were closely linked with the college athletic world. For four years he was a member of the college gym team and two years of the time was captain. He was university cheerleader for two years.
After leaving college, he coached the Oklahoma City high school eleven and won state championship. Later he won city championship of Nashville, Tenn., as coach of the Peabody College there.
He started coaching in Trenton in 1920, winning Northwest Missouri honors in 1920 and 1921.

Junior-Senior Banquet, Friday, May 23, 1924

Junior-Senior
Banquet

Baptist Church

Friday, May 23, 1924
Eight O’clock p.m.

Program
Toastmaster W.H. McDonald
Greetings to Class of 1924 Hazel Agee
Response Arthur Harvey
Piano Solo Willa Ward
Citizens of Tomorrow Rex Moore
Violin Solo Oliver Duffy
School Days Julia Caldwell
Vocal Solo Theo Stone
The Dawn of Tomorrow Mrs J.C. Engle
Trombone Solo Clifford Oberg
Things Worth While O. G. Sanford

Menu

Fruit Cocktail
Creamed Chicken on Toast
Mashed Potatoes Buttered Peas
Crab Apples
Rolls Butter
Combination Salad
Cheese Sticks
Ice Cream Cake
Demi-tasse Mints
Nuts

Napkin inscription- Devona got bawled out. Merbel Thompson and she were going to marry so Rex- all said.

A Trip to Storyland- Playbill

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“A Trip To Storyland”
Music Director, Miss Jewel Gose
Coach, Miss Velma Sheldon

Chorus
Brainerd School-Director, Miss Mildred Graham.

Scene-Woods.

Part 1.
Jack of the Bean Stalk Ray Lawson
Dick Whittenton Earl Hubbell
Puss in the Boots Buel Fisher
Alladin Jack Todd
Hop-0-My Thumb Walter Edgar
Tiny Cub Martha Callan
Babes in the Woods Lyndal Limes, Frank Hoffman
Old Dame of the Pig Driving Fame Grace Sullivan
Cinde1ella Jeanette Hoffman
Sleeping Beauty Georgia Lee Vanderpool
Three Little Kittens Marjorie Lee Cook, Virginia Miller, Eddie Patterson
Little Goldenhair Annabell Glick
Goody Two Shoe Pauline Hubbell
SPECIALTY
Musical Sketch John Conrad Rose, Ed Easton
Directed by Mrs. W. H. McDonald.
Reading Mary Robinson
Part 2.
Tom, the Piper’s Son Junior Campbell
Georgie Porgie Richard Poage
Jack Martin Flesher
Jack Horner Herbert Brown
Bachelor Carl Muff
Humpty Dumpty Edward Wilson
Simple Simon Felis Blevins
Tommie Tucker Merle Rosson
Little Boy Blue Cassius Kidd
Wee Willie Winkle Wilson Jones
Mother Goose Mary Ann Patterson
Mother Hubbard Wilma McCollum
Jill Dorothy Sweeny
Contrary Mary Harriett Patterson
Bachelor’s wife Ruth Alleshouse
Little Bo Peep Mary Cooksey
Bettie Blue Helen Newton
Little Miss Muffett Helen Jo Cedarburg
Milkmaid Eunice Welche
Curly Locks Margerete Blue
Rock-A-Bye-Baby Louise Breitenbucher
Baby Bunting Frona Rooks
Cross Patch Josephine Ralls
Chorus
Norton School Directed by Miss Burkholder, Miss Page

We Mix Sighs With Sunshine When We Say Goodbye.

Turning of the Shrew- Playbill and Student Ticket

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Redpath Horner
Lyceum Course
Auspices of
Trenton High School
Student Season Ticket $1.00
Printing Donated by
The Republican – Tribune

The Coffer Miller Players
Presents
Turning of the Shrew
A Comedy

Friday, March 20, 1925
2:30P.M.

The version of the play being the one long used by Edwin Booth,
re-arranged from the Garrick version, by William Winters

The Cast in Order of Their First Appearance
A Music Master C. L. Kelley
Petruchio, a Rich Young Gentleman of Verona JESS COFFER
Baptista Minola, a Rich Old Gentleman of Padua Miner Coburn
Katharine, Daughter of Baptista MARTHA MILLER
Biondello, Servant of Baptista Charles Booth
Gromio, Servant to Petruchio Ulmont Healy
Curtis, Servant to Petruchio Helen McIntyre
A Tailor Cecil Ferguson

A Lady in Waiting. A Musician’s Boy

SCENE: Padua, in Italy.
PERIOD: The Sixteenth Century.
SCENE 1. In front of Baptista’s House.
SCENE 2. The same. The next day.
SCENE 3. Petruchio’s Country House. Evening.
SCENE 4. The same. Morning.

This play was produced and directed by Mr. Coffer and Miss
Miller . All costumes designed by Miss Miller.

Daddy Long Legs (School Play)- Playbill

“Daddy Long Legs”

Presented by

Senior Dramatic Club

High School Auditorium

March 3, 1925, 8 p.m.

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES

ACT I
The dining room of the John Grier home on Trustees’ day.
Girls’ Quartette.

ACT II
Judy’s college study, an afternoon in May, one year later.
McReynolds and Herrington (Eugene Wolfe).

ACT III
The sitting room at Lock Willow farm, summer. three years later.
Girls’ Quartette.

ACT IV
Mr. Pendleton’s library, two months later.

Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French of New York.

CHARACTERS
Jervis Pendleton Eugene Chapman
James McBride Ned Pence
Cyrus Wykoff Robert Lee Liston
Abner Parsons Ernest Deane
Griggs Chas. Graham
Walters Leonard Lewis
Judy Wilma Fortney
Miss Pritchard Coral Johnson
Mrs. Pendleton Miriam Reed
Julia Pendleton Jessie Wells
Sallie McBride Lockie Lee Cannady
Mrs. Semple Hilda Lenz
Mrs. Lippett Virginia Caldwell
Sadie Kate Theo Stone
Gladiola Edith Klingensmith
Loretta Virginia Thompson
Mamie Lenore Berneking
Susie Joanna Barnes
Freddie Perkins Frank Horner
Carrie Annie Wynn

Clarence (School Play)- Playbill

“CLARENCE”
A Comedy in Four Acts
By Booth Tarkington
Presented by
THE SENIOR CLASS OF
TRENTON HIGH SCHOOL
HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Tuesday, May 26th 1925
Eight O’clock

SYNOPSIS OF SCENES
ACT 1–Anteroom to Mr. Wheeler’s private office.
ACT II–Living room of Mr. Wheeler’s home; three weeks later.
ACT III–The same that evening.
ACT IV–The same next morning.

STORY
Clarence has no medals, no shoulder bars, no great accomplishments. One of the “five millions,” he served where he was sent-though it was no further than Texas. As an entomologist he found- on this side of the ocean, no field for his special in the Great War. So they sent him to driving mules. Now, reduced to civil life, and seeking a job, he finds a position in the home of one Wheeler, a wealthy Englewood man with a family. And because he’d “been in the army,” he becomes guide, philosopher and friend to members of that agitated and distracted family group. Clarence’s position is an anomalous one. He mends the bathroom plumbing, he tunes the piano, he plays the saxophone, and all around him revolves such a group of characters as only “Booth Tarkington” could offer.

CHARACTERS
In order of their appearance
Mrs. Martyn Miriam Reed
Mr. Wheeler Rex Moore
Mrs. Wheeler Rena Davis
Bobby Wheeler Olan Jackson
Cora Wheeler Wilma Fortney
Violet Penney Mary Leeper
Clarence Hugh Drennen
Della Maurene Mann
Dinwiddie Leonard Lewis
Hubert Stem Ned Pence

The Gold Bug (School Play)- Playbill

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The Gold Bug
Presented by
The Senior Class
of The Trenton High School
Hubbell Theatre
Thursday, May 29, 1924

CHARACTERS
William Legrand, The Butterfly Clinton Hamilton
Barry Linton, The Friend Justin Doan
Jupiter, The Butler Merbel Thompson
Eugene Kipp, The Carolinian Paul Sanford
Noll Phelan, The Mystery Charles Hoover
Mr. Job Merrimack, Esq., The Bostonian Andy Kilburn
Isaac Milligan, The Grafter Corwin Vencill
Kate Horne, The Stenographer Flo Crawford
Dollie Slattery, The Romantic Ethel Rosenbaum
Old Hagar, The Vagrant Julia Caldwell
Jo Cherry, The Girl Lucille Merryman
Mrs. Horne, The Mother Elsie Elliott
Mrs. Farrington-Foster, The Aristocrat Cecil Markham
Beulah Farrington Foster, The Debutante Dorothy Tyler
College Boys

Act. 1. William’s apartments in the Bachelor Club. New York City. Disinherited

Act. II. A newspaper office in Sullivan, S. C. Four months later. The Gold Bug

Act III. Same as Act II, a few hours later. The Code Message

Act IV. Same as Act III, ten days later. The Buried Treasure

THE STORY OF THE PLAY
The Gold Bug is a modern comedy telling the story of a gay young man in New York—how his millions palled on him —how he became penniless—how he tried to work for himself—how he was defeated and how he came back—how he sacrificed all his wealth for honor and how his sacrifice was rewarded.
William Legrand learns that his grandfather has disinherited him and starts out to carve his own way to fortune. He starts a little newspaper in a small town in South Carolina but only meets with slight success. A tempting offer is made him to enter a dishonorable business, but he decides to win or lose his own way in an honest manner. He finds a mysterious code message and succeeds in locating a chest of treasure buried years before by the pirates.