Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1933

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"Wx l V' Rome LI HT I-4 rvum-.4 the STUDENT of ABIIJE EIIIGHS , ABWT 10N In the dedigation of this year-book,We hope to express our love, respect, and appreciation for onewho has risen ii'om vuledictorian of our own student burly to become an ever-loyal friend, teurher, and leader. Spain Miss Madge M 0MiSs Pladgelflorrison, whose ability and untiring efforts in preparing us to acquit ourselves hetler on lhe records of time, whose leadership has inspired as to higher ideals, and whose comradeship we esteem, we lovingly dedicate the Flashlight of ljjjj. MMIDRD w,.1.,e as cur theme fheMurch of Civili mation nmlqnon ollrcunvus have tried fn llyllifjlae oitheyeuri HIGHS inAlrilene Hi3:Sehoo1-vjoyful eveniv, which EH beforgoiien mmnenturilyluit which he relivecl with added pleasure uswe im-n infutumeyurs ihepages af thisbwk. 9 7 4 France -- England Q21 TEE' mi, C 0 0 FEA1 WWRES emxssns ATHLETICS FLASHLIGIYIRAYS The March of Civilization 5 . Before our eyes the panorama marches! We see all nations and all knowledge good. Grim Egypt with its stern, forbidding aspect And awfulness and silence, from the darkness Emerged from savagery--the first great nation, Cradle of the earth's first civilizationg While likewise in the East, man sought for knowledge, And from the desert sprang the Babylonians. Geometry, astronomy were studied S Libraries built, and laws-they rivaled Egypt. These two great powers thundering through the ages Dispelled the mists of ignorance and darkness, Then in its true' perfection and its glory The splendid nation of the Greeks arose T 0 reach the heights of excellence and beauty K The world despairs to equal their achievementsj. From this fair nation Rome obtained its grandeur And gave to all the world its civilization. But, from the North, where still the dark mists hovered The Goths-Alaric, Huns-Attila, Vandals, Franks, Burgundians, Germans from the fog-lands Sacked Rome, destroyed that mighty civilization, And leveled all her treasures to the ground. Four centuries of darkness then descended, While races struggled to build up their nations To take the place of what had been destroyed. Then from the countries soon emerged strong leaders- Charles the Great, King Alfred, Barbarossa- These mighty men rose up to lead the people. The nations grew and prospered, dispelled ignorance, The rise of Spain was marked by brilliant conquests, And in the West a grand new world was gained. Close rivalry between the various kingdoms To seize far lands and thus expand their empires, Resulted in a new, great, glorious country Of enterprise, of conquest and achievement. America, this young and vigorous nation, Became the greatest empire of the world. -JACK MARTIN sf:rI0QIJ Dear Old Abilene High Beauty Spot of the Campus First to Greet the Sun aw ' T I -.ff an , 'K 'r 4 'R 4-,,.......L-ani W Q The Eagle Training Quarters annul Tables of Laws in Roman Forum ,, -3- pl ,Q , '.:,,-5 .-if., '. , I-'ZH MA E ff -.X ., 44101.59-5 +R. , ,M i ,W f .- I!!-,qz Lg, . , in - ,rw ' 1 , VM.-1..!.,e.-.1 .L QQ .L , I Y ' -1 N J. ' g 5 , fag :'-ae.. 4 :L 1 , X 1 f- . l- .' 'J , , f Q' I ra" . , 5 4 JN. f H' 'gl 'L 5 .E M 7 '5 ECUTIVES ,Q R. D. Green, Superintendent N KEEPING with our the-nw for this yeurhook. we should pay trihute to Superin- ' tc-nd:-nt H. ll. Crt-f-n. the one who has so sim-Q-ssftilly tts:-tl his earliest endeavors in phu-ing tht- Ahilvnf- City St-lmnls annnig those- having the highest raniking systems in thc .ltr This sy sin has in umlu his lfnfle ship from . five choral gmu 1 L0 r . i s - -s in t t n s . 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JOHNSON Science Miss Doms DA x 1 IQL ,llathemarivs Miss NIABLL Rmzws Wrzrhvnlalirs Miss WILLIE FLOYD Science Mus. wwf wif Nl Iss fwathvlrzn s Miss ODI-LLL HSS same MN iff QD X Wf, 0' v W l"Q lg I ,fem V 0 Xl 'f 1 ,, 7 Nllss 'Ibm mr: CLACK English Miss NIMH IiAum:TT lfnglislz Nilss ,-hm: NIA1'Hr:ws lfnglish Trrvnty-om' Nllss Nlwurp Momusos English Nlus, Srzmm L. Blsnm' lin glis I1 Miss Hum' Cumvnml Hmm' l'fr'o11or11ify.w Nllss Bommz CLACK Xhss l1HAnl.u'r1'14: Xllvls English lfnglislr. Nlus. Hwmw HAl!RlsuN NllsslI1.AmuM':lll,srx En glis lr, l'fngli.vl1 Xllss BETH tlmmmlsns Nlns. 'l'. li. Plliliti llllllll' lfl'0Il0lIll1'.Y llnmv l2vl'UIlllllll4'.Y Y ' 1 I' I if Fi' 9' lx? , u Nlisb SNRAH HAMA ll1m',-sun XIIIALI-Ili Xllss IAl1tluf'x'lA CIHIU Xllrs Xxxua liuxn fi ll1'smr'y History llixtury llistury .-V 'll ' I Alf," MRS. M. M. BARNES .l. X, Vvmwx Xllss Xls1c'1'Lla 'l'nAxTHAu Niles. C. IS. HICK5 ." . History S1:c'c'r'f1 xlrlx Lnlin Latin I V E -wg, H. S. FATm3n1u:r-1 Xllcs. IC. Xl. HANUULPH E. C. Pm,K Xllss Rl HN 'l'l 1-will . l Spanish Sprznislz Spanish .5v1lI1l1fXfI IV .' 'Nu ' fs 2741: "W . , '-N QQ1: 13. -2 ' N mm! a "rink: RRR ' TN - , - - nity 2-gale ' N Q- VL- if 3 15- Tlccrlly-tzro .- -14 fi :uw r,1- r ,4 M! I vff - i 'so V. 1 . KFC 5 1 . .NL ie if ,. ' 4 '4 D-'T ref: .ii xc-. . , s'L'H, ,FS-f ' I 97'-1' I'-in ,Z lrafxhx-"-. . 's -1 4105445 2 'ffm-N :fp ,.-fl-h. . 4' 'm' , . . , - 1, , . . ,. .'+w3"'r lx. 0. 1.01.1-2 W. D. SMITH W. ln. Owlaw In la. Il?'l"l' wx , I.'0l7IlIll,l'l'l.!l1 COIII7I1l'I'f'i!I, lIl'f',lIIlIff'!ll l,l'!lI1'l.Ilg -lgrirnllnre' X Q' ' IJ. A. NI.-umpw ljmu-11: CLAY Xllss Umm llnmmxs li. 'l'. Ihxml W' -Hf1le'ti1'.v - El'll!ll2lIIil'.Y l,l'llfl1t' f.'f1'i1'x llllNil' lfllflll I 1 .lfxcx f,HIClN'l'lAX Xllcs. Iunrru tl, Swwru Nllss 'Xl,w:ml.nl-1 Hmm: g l'l1rxi1'ul 7'r'uining f,41ll1l1St',Ul' .N':'1'n'lr1l'r Nllws Nxxx Worms Mm. N-um llnzmlxx l'llvl'XIl'lll IIYIIIIIIIH l,Illl'I1l'llIIl L11 2 .W , ,.. .. , l x R 7'1v0l1ly-ll1l'1'c' I Q7 Review of I932-l933 BOARD OF TRUSTEES BEN L. Cox, President L. J. ACKERS T. T. HARRIS, Vice-President J! R. FIELDER MRS. L. J. PICKARD J. M. HOOKS MRS. H. A. PENDER ENROLLMENT I652 NEW TEACHERS MISS MARY BAGCETT, English MISS RUBY TURNER, History and Spanish COMER CLAY, Civics and History JACK CHRISTIAN. Physical Education HOWARD MILLER. Assistant Coach and History TEACHERS RESICNED MISS FRANCIS HARRIS MISS HATTIE L. PAXTON MISS MARGARET SANDEFER MISS EDITH NOBLE JOHN H. GREGG E. S. MURPHY LEROY STONE A. E. Coorc COURSES ADDED THIS YEAR Derivative Course in Latin Office Practice Debate Arithmetic- Review 5? ., NUMBER OF CREDITS Forty-five and one-half .Amy CREDITS APPLIED FOR .'1 .nv ,. One in Art One-half in Office Practice One-half in Texas History - v MID TERM GRADUATES SPRING GRADUATES F orty-six Two Hundred and Thirty H 'mlm 1' ' ft- A . 13, 1 .-.3 v .1 - 1 vis. x :Yin nh I X' :Uh f ,"II1?'L- R X hgh imhllii " .5 A " " In . 1. gh. , "wlf'g,c,,1':'m 'QF !""""T.1h-xt: llfgirf' l JI' . 'Lg' , 'T A 1 Twenty-four quest of Mexico by Cort 4-1 Q Kr m- 4 awww 'x nu- The' lop pllflllll' ix ll hir'r1's-cyf' 'vicfu' of our svhrml. and per- haps this is thf' ',l.I'Sl lime' for lllllll-Y In sm' Ihr' fish poml mul flag pole' from surh ll lofi-y angle. Thf- l 1' h r II r y in Ihis srluml is vrlllippvrl ll'I.fll xlamfarrl stevl l'l1t'h'S II H11 library' luhles. and c0nI111'n.v alum! .wvwl lhoux- ulul fi lv 1' hurzffrval UUIIIIIIUS. of zvlfivlf ulwul nm' llmusurul are in the rent li- hral'y. Th P l0ll'l'l' picture' is lhv nu'- l'llIllli4'Ill 41' r ll 14' ing ruunz. wlzvre' Ihe' fu- lure' ar1rl11'Ic'1'Is mul 1ll'l1ffSIllf'I1 rw-ffiuv rhvir vurly fl'lll'IlI.lIQ. The members of Ihe Flashlight staff are busily engaged in putting out the 1933 annual, while rhe Batlery slaff is worlfing rliligenlly to publish another erlition of the week- ly paper. Chemistry sluflents enjoy worlf- ing iw this well- equipperl laboratory - -generating many gases. some of lhem derully-in orzler lo learn the chemical properlies o f Ihr elements. The slu- clenls in the l"0o1ls rlass gain experi- ence in 4' 0 0 lr i n g. while lhe Commer- cial Geography class is Illl-I e res I e fl in learning where the f00fIS are proflueefl. Z7 , if fix. The Physics fle- partment is a para- rlise for the enter- prising s 1' ie n tific stnflent. Here the h i g h e r classmen. learn the science anrl art of physics and perform many experiments to learn the interesting phe- nomena of inani- mate matter. Th e students of chemis- try encounter more difficult problems. They deal in sub- stances which un- dergo chem ical changes which they must learn to con- trol. They learn to explain all of these strange transforma- tions by th.e com- plex atomic theory. Chemistry is a fas- cinating subject, and the fortunate stu- rlent is enthusiastic to learn more about the interesting laws of nature. ln, Ilze upper left lzanrl 1: 0 rn 0 r llw girls' quarlvt pusv as llzey appean-rl in "Sing Sing llzzlvlf' Il'll,l'lC ,lush is Pro- fessor Snuzzlv in u C lz a p e I program. This seem' from 111 r. Clay's rlebale pfcnif- is ll typical .wluml uuling. Our library mrconmzorlales over 0 n v lzumlrerl slu- flenls at vaclz of flu' nine periods of tlzv rlay a II rl is graced with 5 t fl I Il 4' s and lzeaulfful l?I'ClIll'P.S. The girls are' prof'- Iiczfrzg' to :rin sinh' in volley ball. ll'lII-lf' the teavlwrs l'lIj0.Y llwir II 0 0 II meals. rzml rhf- cluflzyfng nnrl foods 4-las.w.e cun- tinue I lr v 1' r flaily l'0llLl'lIf?.Y. Watch your step! The little fish are gleefully awaiting a nibble through Ihr brolfen ice. I. li.. please' be careful. lIou'l you lc u 0 u' jldfgllflfill? fl0t'Sll'l eat icv? This couple, R. T. aml Bud, are makin g Ihr' In 0 sl of lflH'l lreatlzer, and so IS lhe trio - Stanley. QIVUVIIIII. mul Jllll'-Y. Ah, lally. what you :lo not lraou' will not hurl youl .ffml ll,'ll0llL arc' lfsthrrr Lea and Mavis go- ing to mahe' victims of t lt Q' rf r ammuni- tion? Please rlorft Int anyone move flu' founlain, for great lroulfl be the crash o f th e overcoatwl lmy. Hibbard and I. I. are anzusing them- selves b y playing mumble - peg. Both are experienced players a n d a r e looking forward to becoming t h e dis- trict c It a m p ions. ,losh is not in the leaks! bit interested' in the g am e just mentioned, especial- ly when he can pose with such a charm- ing girl as Mary Lee? Now whorn do we have here? N o one but Messrs. By- num, Polk, and Ford in person. Though this old bus is marked 'cout of or- der," it will get you there and bring you at least half way back, fellows. F' Nice day for a Sll'iIlI.' llouf about il? No. thank you. Tillie a n fl M a r y Kate are contenlerl lo slann' in the sun.- shine. The girls al the e a s t enlrance discuss daily evenls. lzoy friellfls. llllll what-not before af- ternoon classes. and Walter Davis h a .Q anyfhing but to- nighfs :late on hi.: nz i rl. ll. fCon.fiQlen- tially. i!'s ll math lr 0 o lf.j Star1l'ey's smile might chill if the ice breaks when he gets down. Oh no, that is not a cir- cus performance - just a game of flip- up and flop-over. The girls are not ri 0 i n g aerolzalics: nevertheless t h e y are enjoying lhem- selves. What II lllilft' long rifle Glenn is starl- ing to taht' an his II1.0f0I'1'.YCI P. linllirrffs Hale 111111 Fl'llII1'f'S Cash .welll to bf' rn- jf?-Yillg' thff pievf' of vainly, and lloylf' ami C I P ri ri 1' 1' arf' ready for II rwlvv. llerefs iuvh to tht' ll'I'IIl1t'l'.' Belivlff' IIIP, this is what I mil St'fUI'Ct'--II plan' tn prop your foot ami SON1l"0l1l' I0 tu' -YUIII' s h n fn' Harefontwl. but not 1IIISllfll1. thix pair are lnhing Ihvir daily l'.k'f'I'l'I.SQ'. ln. stefm' of l0lIh'I'lI4LQ' ul thf' fish, them' girls are looking only ul lhffir fFflf'l'fI'0lIS. V' 715'-ni' vi .wg -5.1 QIIASSES Y 'A 11-APZV., 4 , ,-3--- ' Spanish Armada UM4, 1 Q Q V. . .AA-J' x 1 , v 1: . ' 1-..,g..m-1 ,If x f xx y 51' . I 4 5 ,rx c ,. LI. IV' J M 'Y .1 -J,f 4: l'1-.lLl- HXIKISLIC l'l'r'.Sf1lz'11I lfull 'll-rm Hum XXIII!! 5 fl VIINIII fl lfull 'IH-rm fwbi' "B I,-G o S., , ..-, 2 Q 1 -f Q O ' if .. l .f.-, 'V.'l ,. , . ,ya- in lv .J if-'X 01 . ,v , A ,I s 3 f- l X , 'Vx ' H311 5 :HN -.J hr, A ' ,IIN A ,W ' ."'I'K. . W' Kili m z I 'va' I 'InTn ,,wN ',"'lui , rylyww, If-. S Q , Q , N u -. .,., ,,.:,,,,- ,-,-,T,.1.,,... ' -- ' . f- " ' , . , -I-,I so Q N 1 ' -' '.a""iF-V --1 - ' ' AE-Ira.-- . L - , 1 r Cf J . 'L' 11 lu ,' +54 H111 Ilmmcx ll. 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A 1' 1',', ' ,,.f-1: , .1 ' -P '1,,' ..1T' 2 ""l "' ' 1' ' 21111111 A nil 1 'f 4 agn- -r Hi-Lx .lou liolunax lhlnslg llefvssi -XvnPa1las'. -I boy who will taflfle l'1'rgil's "l'lIt'I'l1 is to bv r'esper'tv1l, but om' who will l'0I1lllll'l' it is Io br' ronlnlcnzlorl. l.l1.I.11-: lil 'ru l3m'r'l'A1x lj an Gg Slum! Story Clulu. With an inspiration lilfv Lilliv Kulh thi- llattlv of lijf' Iroulrl In' fought lrilh a sur'r'vss nervr fail- ing anrl a courage' nffmfr rlis- rllawfl. A. ' Bluucls HH FH 1 dll 6 malls ls llllfhtl' shy nor ln sterous l Lnjoys uviling nails and ihfamg gum in srarly as lull is sl roefs going plan s L I' mmm ff, 0- Iva as Ili nails goorl boolw anal still drum o bzg rar In spin' of the lim, Bmlck Uulfg Mask and Whig. To rlefine Hill. one nvezls sei'- vral may emphalif' and zlifferenl languages, for hr' is the lfinrl of boy zvilh, Il ll'0I'l1I of I7IhSI'llit'f in his malri'-up. Hmm l3l142H l"4rl't'!1si4'. Hugo really' vnjoys living anzl rlzczrirzg gum. His tc'af'hz'rs rvll as that hc' is an i'Xr'ellf'n1 sla- rlrnl, his frivnzls lhaf he is an irlval lfoy. Fm CAI.IlWl'1I.I. N. H, b.: ly an bg Flasllllglmlz Pepg claw. Los lwalvsz Dwfessi Aenea- Witlz a gl!-Y heart she eaters into all affinities of Ihr' sr'h.ool. -lspiring fl'l'XlIIlIl'll, look to Flo as an iarzirrlpla. w"ll.LlANl Cum-1K Hack O'CurIuin. Hnlllllfllll ll0t'S not sigh or IIIOIM' Cuxo BUNHR Sec. G an CQ Pe-pg Person- ality Girls. Someone new in our srhuol may zmnt to lfnou' who an ideal slaflvnl is. Clvo is the answer' fo this ubiquitous question. Hlakxurr: Bl Ins Young 'N merim-an: Svivncv. Tlzvrf' is something about Her- I1lf't'7llt'I'l1lIIIS it is her Il'l'Sl'flll lilac vycs, perhaps it is her quivz Il'Il-YS -'Ihal llf1IIl'S onf' to hor. Nlsln Lol mi, CAIJHZ f . 1 -, . N. H. 5.1 if an bg Ihblllv' hm- nolnivs. Charavtvr, svholarship, lfvnlvr- ship, and S6'l'L'I'l't' --all those ari' traits of .llary Louise. She in- spires one with IIIH' by her sa- pvrior iriszlom. Xin Culcwovvl-:'1'H Tvnnisg Alvllaeolngyg N. H. S. Wax is not wry garralous. Hr' is a rharnpion tennis player. a good SlL'I,II1H1?f. anll an 8.YI't'llf'IIl n, depruslon When zlais hr' learn zvhvn Ihings go wrong. Ile lih'e's szzulvnt 7 in fart. an all-rounil so murh about FlI6'l7IlSfl'Yf Ihr ziforlzl lzecazzsv he lives in. it. good fvllozv, fl 1 .Pg .I ls? -- X Y' f C J' ,haf Thirty-six 4: - A. A" ljmc., hi-:Luz 1 ' .4 , , ff 4. g, I. .' lral K ' li. N T.,-f. u - , if Sh " j 1 ' , . , 11 B. cz: ' .5 sic ' j ...gui . , . .Q :f hall 5 " ry .' ze l -l'l ,An :..g ." ' U I 1' ff AC ' ,A LIN A . ,. .L giih o ' - f .- .fl ,HN .,..' f , , , -f, :hu M ' .Q N 'hm 4 Q' . . . ny gm 1 l. :vim N1 1 'I A! s n 'U , 435. . , Q .,'n..'., . - - 'sl' 'I lg '- f- f-'T 5, ,, L A 5 - , UH:-.1 1 . ' .s N---. . .. A H .J H. B. C111N1w His bounrlless enrrgv, merry blue eyes, and grew! 1'nll111xi11sn1 make srlmol 1l'0I'llI 11Il1'r11l1'ng 11ml xrlzdifs Il l7lI'l'l' trilllv. EL1zAm-1111 ljox Pf'l'Ql1IIkllily Cirlgz Hank and Wig. Il11ll ilu' penplv ll't'ft' IIN Elim- l11'Il1, 11'l111t lfinrl nf 11'11rl1l u'11ul1l 111' l11111e'? Ilulzy. ll u'11rl1l of juy. uf 1'11urs1'.' Fufwril-is lhvlp l'r1'-H1-1Ii1'zll. ll1'r Allllhlt' xl11111l1l lip II l1's.wn for 11ll nf IIS. II1- l111p1' l11'r s111'- 1'1'.v.v 11'ill I11' likf' 1l11' 1'1111iI11l nf lr1'l11111l 11l11'11ys ll11l1lir1. Glaonrzrz S. DINNIN1, 'AUS l,l'Ull'S. JV1'1'1l 11' 1' x II 31 'hRl'lIIt'lIIll!'f Cvnrgv for l1i.v ir11l11xtrv in Il11' r'l11.wx 1'1111l11. lllx l!IvYI1ll-1' 111 ll11' .w1'l1n11l, 111' for l1f.w rurlx l1111'1f"' ESTHER L11 1: CLARK Svvrelury Pre--M1-cl: 1,1111 C an C1 Clvv. llcr 1li11111l11.w llllllfl' l11'r .v11il1'.v 1l111r1111gl1ly 1'nj11y11l1l1', llwlm 1l111'.s 11111 l7Il1TI'l'l fllflf .su .Ylllllll fl girl 1'11n l1111'1' sn 111111'l1 1'll'Ilf'l.lj'? IC11N141s'1'1N1-2 ill I,l.IilN C an fl: lluvk U'lIurluin. 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Ilnxf 1'l111r1111'11g 11r11l 4'Illl'llVlI'lI1,Lf. ll1fx .w1111'1'l1'xl girl in ,'lllI'll'lI1' ll1'gl1 lIlI.Y p1'111'1'1l l11'1 11l:iliU'. IIUI' lfril- li11111'1'. 11111l l'1'llll4'l7l4'Ill. Tl1 l.I'lj'-Sl'1'l'll .X 2 qi' i 'I , . f.. rg. .M ,- 1 'I ng, Ill llxlslu Ewlm, Los Lealrsg G an C. From all nic hear in arlclilion In lflllll ln' lfrmu' of lier, Lu' can heartily rvconinzenrl Unela I0 KONI-HOII4' lfllfl is lnnL'1'n,L' ff7lA 'IH attrarlire person. Lum KIAE FROST C an G3 Personality Girlsg Mask and Wig. Lum Mae is generous of hear: and sweet al nature. and sur- prises as zvirlz lwr lfrmiflezlgc and initiative. NIOZl'lI,I.l1I GRAHAM Baltexyg C an G: Se-4'rc'lary Los Lvalesz N. H. S. Tala' tim raps of mnzrnon sense, one of fun, uni'-half of irnaginalion. lllrvv uf genuine' Charazter lllr :ull and bvlwlrl Mo elle Graham I'RAlNLla HAL:-1 S lersundlily Girlsg Secretary Snnmr Llas-g Y. L. P.g G an G This Eflfhtlllllflg brnnettv rain- rnanrls our lNlltIll flu' is nn! only beautiful lint is also gra- rzous and viiauous Her sophis- lllllll0I'l and naturalness arlll ro her loneliness .IVV an l 1' f .J JN ll: fa sy , I, 1 .y ' ' ,Tis i ju' "ag . ..:jJ N. H. ' f 1 v . fx . .- -far q v ' vi l . ' . . ' W. ,f :th ' , , , l :Ph ' fl 'lm 1 V INQ :Ph "i4'3 I r ' 'H 'X-QR - , 1 -- X ::T11,'::,. X 5 Ex :HI I I I ,fs-, U ii' ' N 15 ': 5 " -,., ' . I' - 2 i- .f: fl I -rn .s l - "7 -5 1 .J 1 Q XX'l1.1.Alm Fus'ri11c 'ltr-nnisg Arcllaeulugy. Ile uxcvls in vvcry artirity to sur-lz an cxtenr that he selilvnz lrrvvs any f'l7llI17CfllI'0l1. Our sin- f'l'l'1'5l Irisllvs inllnzcf vnu. lfillrlrzl. BILLY GooLsBx' Pru-Medical, .4ltlmuglL Billy rlnvs nal talfv lH'l'l70llS prostration from zmrlr on lzis .Ylllllll'S, ln' proves his rapabilify by IIlINIl4L'l'll1g flI0lIlL'l1l qlwsfiuris. ,IUs!Ql'HlNB Glclsuml cjI'L'll6Sll'3Q N. H. S.: President Pvrsunality Girls. Uizrinvly inspirrvl. losvphim' has ilu' favor of all the Muses. Lila' ilu' Puritan maiden, she is nzmlesr. sireet. and shy. limlgx HAKRISIIX Hmm' El'Ul10IlIll'S, Shi- is a small girl zvlm docs things in a big way ancl has the key to s1ufcc's.s and happiness - Pffivieriry and ambition. BILL Fuizxrgu Y. L. P.g Lns Lf-alesg N. H. 5. .Al shy, eager-ta-be-plvasant lazl. u'lm.w air of gentility anfl politv- rwss will :ln l1'0lIlll'I'X for lIlX ru- ralian -arting. IMJNE GOOCH .4 girl that is rather quiet lllll xlill lets her prvsffnm' bv lfnazrn ran Ill'lFt'f fail In lu' appreriaterl. lrem' is a girl that lias Ilwsf' fini' qlmlifivs arlrlwl to rnany others. lDoNALn Ulill"Fl'l'H Pre-sill:-nt Hack 0'Curtaing Los lxalves, lion rleliglils in Hllllflllg utlivr pvople lauglr. His lzriglit relnarlrs avrunzpaniezl by his innocent look anrl valnz. grin ix alivays sure In rlrau' a laugh, W1L1.1+1 Rl TH HA'r1.i1lc Hmm' E1-m1m11i1-s. Quivl. lll1UbfI'llSl,1'l'. anal rc- xerzwzl, yet a wry ilvar jrianzl 11: rlmsv usilll wlwln. she l'l100SQ'S In lm associated. Thirty-eigliz 1':l.l1lSl-1 HAWKINs P1111 U un Gg Back Ulllur- Iain: K. K. K. K. "Sn 1l1'li14i1111x x11 1'11111'i1'i1111x." 1l1'r1' ll'lll'1lS 1II'l' i1111111'q111111' 111 1l1'x1'1'i111' lllll' 11'i1l1 .v111'l1 lYII'f' W! l'lIIlI'IlIlll,Q' l1l1IIIlH'l'. Sl11' l111.v fl 11fl'I1llIj' 11111 1,1111 ix 11111x1 fitting. U. ll. H1-11,1121 IS111'L flf.lH'lillllZ X. I.. ll. lIll11ll.l' SlI1'1llx'1ll,Lf is Il11' spin' 11-l lif1' 111 fi. ff. llix 11rigl1l i1l1'11.s lllflki' 111l11'rx lllilllf. 111111 lzix lllllf' Q'I',lll1 1'11i1-1' lll1I11't'S 111l11'1's ll.X11'll. lQ11111s1'1x1: 1l111'1'x11xx P1112 fl an Hg K. K. K. K.g Hack 0AflUl'ldill. Slwrl, s1111l111,1'. 111111 q1111'lf is 1.'l1rixli111'. Slu' is lilf1' 11 ll'lI1l'l' l1'I.Illl llllllglrllg .w111'1'1 1'11l'1'1'sl11111'111 lI'llllI lIllA'lII1ll'II I'll'IIIl'.N. P11111 HANKS li un G3 Hlblllt' lf1'111111111i1'N. 1,'1111111l11ix11111? lI1111't'l1., 11111111111 1111.w? Illlll'f'll., 1,'l11'1'r-1111? lIlIlf'1'11.' 'l g11111l S-Dllffi! lfIl1l'l'll.' E,lf1'1'1? l1l1'11l.' Ill 1l11's1' 111l111i1'1111l1' ll'11l'lY 1111' l11'1-1111111 111 I'Il,fl, Hl'l.l1IN HAw1c1xs .K1'1'l1ae11l11gyg X 1.1l1'1li1't111'ian xlitl-I6I'lIl. 1711.5 n1111l1'.v1 y111111g 1111111 1L'iIl1 lzix l'l'Yl'I'I't' 111111 1111181 lligllilj' is .v1'l1111111 x1'1'11 1l1111 llc' ix 11111 1111111.15 x11n11'1l1i11g for ll1llt'I'S. NI11.11111:11 H11:Ks N. ll. S.: U un lig P1-11: F11r1'nsi1'. lfilling 111 1111 11l'I' 111's1 in 11'111'l.' 111111 111111. .'llil111'1'11 .w1'111'1'1'1'1y 110111.- 1'1111's l11'r life' 111111 11111'111s 111 .wr- l'1f'l' fur l11'r sCl11111l 111111 lIl1Il'I'S. J. H. H111:r P11-si1l1'nl N. H. S.: 111151119245 Nlallagz-1' Flusllliglllg Ili-Y: Dv- butv. .l. li. ix 5l1Ul'1 1'111111gl1 111 try IlllvY1l1l'l1L' 11n1'1'. Tl1111 is ll'l1AV lu' luis 11-1111 the 111ln1ir111i11n of all 1l11' X1l1ll!'lIl.N, lll.K S1'l'I'l.!'1'.Y 1l1'1l1,U in 1'11l111111l1'. F1.1n11113 Isml C41I'l'0l'l Social Usage: G un U. Sl11' is 111'1'1'r ll'1111lIfl 111 111111111 1l1'f1'111g 111111. 1111111g nmxl 1M'l'.'i1'1't'l'- ing. Slll' 51111111111 1111s 111111511111 11- 1111 sn. C1111 T-W l1l'll1lIl1'1' 11111' 1-l1111'111'l1'1 1'111'1'1' lllllll .vl11'f' "' f- 21 E sy. f ' DMI Q 'QW 4 m. J kkxbltclxxkkxlx .I, E .V ". -K4',,f'fi :ggi 555' f,-fi,-at -.1 .f4 ...S - 1' .t 'I'111 111' .1 Y1-Ls - - -1 1 N. 11. s. ff- . . -3" ,I I xx . - vb l l l'1 1 lealw N ll 5 5 Hx Fluslllig, ll 11111 11111 l'l'l'f s1'1' 11 f-Ullllll' 11'l111 11'11.v 1111111 111 spnrlx 111111 1l1'111'n11 1111113 ll ,Q111111 Slllllflll. 111111 1111 11111 11f 1l1111 11'11x g11o11-l1111L'i11g? ,1l1'1'1 T111i11. x 'in' lllxsl-mv I.11s ." '.', . , 11111 ,Il'1lI'11 lll'f. AV1111 s1111' l11'1'. 111111 111111' 11111 1'lIlI.f fnrgvt l11-r, fur xl11' ix just 1I1111ll1 ll1'l1-11111118 gigglv 111111 11111'-1l1i1'1l 1'1'11l fllll. D111m'1'1n ll1111'1'1w l.11s I.1-alvsg I"1ll'K'IlSil'Q U un til 'l'11nnisg N11II1'y Hull. 1111111 g111111 things 1-11n 111' x11i1l 111111111 D111'111l1yg x11 il is 1lif1i1'1111 111 xinglv 11111 any 111111 11111x111111l- Illg 1'l11'11'111'l1'r1'x1i1'. YN l'lJll.'il.1lt'I l11'1' 11'llll1.Y 11l1ili11'. Nl11.11111111 ,I11wK11ws Y. I1. l'.g G 1111 ll. l'111'1s sing 111111111 1101111111111 girls. S1111 111111 11111lr1's 1111' lllilllx' 1li1l 11111 of 1l111.w1- p111'1s 1'1'1'r s1'1' fllil- 1ll'l'Il? Y11? lluvll. ll1111'x ll11'i1 l1111'1l l111'L'. Y :Qt 3 sqm 4' Envy' 1 JV A115 -L15 . 1 11 2 1.5 l'l1ir1LV-11i111' I if 1'l Rf' 1 71 XIII Nm, .lab 'ff IML1: .I11H xsnx Band. If 11111' l11'111's 1111 11111 11111111111 tailfing 11r 111'11111ps fl 1'11i111 111111 neither one is 11111111 111111 111111 h'fl0lL' D1111' is i111it11!i11g some 111111. 'l'1LL1E Kmm President Clve: fl an li. Ti11i1' is 1111111111 for 1'1'1'111'ily she 11111'11ys 1111111115 s111' has 1111! .iill!1l'L'l1I 111'1'1'1'111eless she 11'i11s '1!lI'Uf -1l'0lI1 11t'lA 1'I'l'i'.Y 111'q1111i11I- 11n1'1'. HIYTH Ln: rsmlallity Fir '- I an G. Nl 1118 1111I1'11. ye! s11 11111111111 111 II 11111sI uSt'Il1l1l' 111111 ,:,11111 1111v ll'll111'S 11s 1111111111 s111 11111 D1111. Uh-.1111 1111111 mrs 11 1 1e1 Nl1111x1x I111s11m 1 us lea s. 1 111111111 g111111Ax I'IlI'f'-fl'1'l' girl 111111 11111s 11111 11111 111 lil' 1'11111'11 1'111s II 512611111 11t11111'1i11n for C111- lege IIOVS X. 'Vv ' 6 Elfma- s-1- Pe., -,ls,l . -,: ' l I ,f nl 11ll11' :111 51 ' A 1 . - I 1. 11 H1 1 if 1 'TD 1 . -1 .',c: ' L ' 11" 1 '.' .'.' . l 1111 . Q lf 'ln ly: I. .' n'1e . '1', 1. ,,. , 2:1 nn 111 1'1'11n11n111's Class. Vlfgllllfl . 4 1,114 .- .- f 1 A . .' 'vm 1 4 .- K 11:11 -X1 ' :IPP I .3 I lm Ill . s ' PM 1, l ,' 4' 'L - Q V 'Sf 1 . , 1 .. +- .- 'F Lu .V . 1, xl 1, 54 ,'.J ,J P llA11s11 N .l111111.m N Humlg Orc-111-slrzl. This 111111rls11111e Vllllllai' 11111n is 1111111ir1'11 113' 1111 11111 s111111'11l.S, 111112 1l'I'll,1lIf1y' l1111s1: of the f!l1Tt'1' sex. Sllllij' 1111115 11111 11111 his sl11'1:i111- 1111s. MA11111T'rA Krug K, K. K. K.: G an G. T11 11111111 this e,x'p1'1'1 lypisr is 111 111s1'111'e1' 111111 she 1111s ll 1lt'1ll'l nj g11111. S111' 1111s l1ilIIll11'X 111111 1'1f1'11 illllfl Illigllf 11111111 WM LM11 LICWlh Quartet. "Rail un, 11111 11'11rl11. 111111 itil 11111 111111 'VOIl,,, is 1Vll.V'1!lHI11.Y phi- 1ll.il7fI17'l'. Yes, i11111'1'11. 111' is 111er- rily singing his IHIVY 1111. JACK M1XIi'l'lN Kr! lfrlilur' Flasllligglllz N.H.S. H1' 111111 11111's 11111 111'111'1111111 his l11111111's 11111 11f111'1rs 11.11111 111's1'r11es 11111' 1Ii,g'111'Sf tribute. S11 111 you. .1111'11', 1f1'1r1'y11111' si111:ere1y pays 11'- specf. Nl11z1gLL1-Q KEITH .1l11:1'11c 11is11r111'es che 111111ge 111111 fl lllllhlfk temper 1111111zys ac- 1'11111111111ies Sllfllly hair. S1111 reaps 1011111 she s1111's-f-1111ppi111'ss, LEONA LAWR112 N. H. S.g G an C: Person- ality Girls. If 111111 11'isl1es 11 17111111 argu- lllvllf, 11111- sh1111111 t'II1'lllLlI1t'f Le- 111111. Size 11111 111' sure to 11111 111' 111se ll'U11. El't'f-I' 11111' 1i1f1's ll ,Q111111 Sllllfl 11111 her. lJ11x1:1.1.,A LITTL1: Lns Lvales. Tlzere is s11111e1hi11g I-Il II llIQ'fl'-1 1Il'Ilf1 111111 11r1111's f1'i1'1111's 111111 1111111s 1111f111. .IIIIIV 1'11r1' pass her fHll'1Il1S lightly 111111 11e1'e1 fIlff'v 1111111 in her 111111r11'11y. PATTY XlA11'r1x G an GQ Los Lvales. W'l1.11 1'1111 resist 1'e111rni11g II s111i11' 111 frie11111y 11111111 1111111 this pelile 1111112 miss? H111 1111li111is111 is her 0Il1SfU7ll11flg 111111. Forty MAIN AIATTHHWS P1-rsoluxlily Cirlsg P1-11. For ll r1111111i11111i1111 111' 11111111- l1ilil,1'. 1'11ll111xi11s111. Illlll xpnrfx- 1llIlllN1l11l. .'Utl1'j' gvls 11111' 1f11l1's. El't'I'AV0Vll' 111ixs1's 111-1' 11111111111 -1-H71 ill lllll' l1111ls. IS11.1. MlN1Lls 'xl'1'llLltl11l1'fV, 1-. Ifill 11111'.v 1111! 111111' 11ix sl111li1'.s 11111 s1'ri1111.vlA1', 1111! sp1'111ls ll gI'l'!ll 1l1'111 111 his Ii11111' i11 11111111 11'111'1.'. 111111111112 is 111.1 j111'111'il1' 111'111'11Ii1111. ,luAM'1'A NIIPIIIQINKNIJ ll an ilg Travvlg Young .'xllN'I'- i1':l11. 1111 you, 11e1'11 ll 1'11r1' j11r 1111' blues? 15311111115 Jllllllilll 1'1111 1111111 1'1111. S1111 1111s 1111' 1111111111 1111 right. 'Fl-Iummx M11R1mm Dr-ff-sei 'xt'l14'Zl4lilt'. Tllfllflllllll is ll lfllt' artist, 11'it11 IllllSl.I' ns 11ix 1111rli1'11l11r line. Dc'- l1'r111i111'1l IIIIII 111-rx1'1f1'ri11g. 111' 1'x- wrls in 1'1'1'1'1'I11f11,u 111' 11111l1'1'l111f1'x. lfrmwcl-is MAl11.111x C an G. Slll' 11111111115 11111' 111 1111' xp1'i11gx in Il 111111111l11i11. IIN 1'l1-111. 11.1 sp11r1r- ling. 111111 11.1 1'1'f1'1's11i11g. S111' 11I1'l'N 1111 11n1l .wl11111s ll0lll'. lCx11u L1 wx Xliblllili liavk f1.CllI'lLliI1Q fl un C: 11100. S111' s111's l11'1111l-1' lull 1'111'11 1111' 11111.wl fll'111lIflI'y' 11l1j1'1'1s. I11 1511111111 L,1'1111'x sI11r1'111111s1' 111 11I1lllg1l1S ll'l' .s111111l1l fi111l llll IIIIIIIIIIIIVIVI' uf I-ll- l1'1'1'x1i11g l11i11gs. lx:-11 MKDICIIIS lx. lx. lx. lx.: P11111 11 1111 lf. -1111111101 girl 111111 pulx 111111.1- 111'1' l11'111r1' 11'111'1f. 11111 11111f111's gvlx 1113 S1111 1111s 11111111 1111111111 1111111 k111111'l1'1lg1'. 11111 ll 11111111 x11ppl1' 111 l111111. H. B. Mlfslcx l"'UI'Q'll5iL'. .11 l1l',5,'lI111l'I1 1It'!Il'1'l1g 1'1111111111111l.v 1'11sl1v1't IIIIII' Illll1I1l4llIl'0ll. 11. 11. x111111l1l 11111111 II x11141-1'.wsf11l j111lg1'. 1111' 111' 111111f1'x l'I'l'1'j' III!-111111' 1'11l1I11. f- i 19 'Z' 'Lx 5 -J cf P1 1 'L iX' XJ xx l HA11111x XI1I,uA111 P11111 JAH llll 11 1111111 "Il1Il 111111 I sl 1 ex Il III 1111 NI 11111 1'11j11.1'11l111 111 X 1 1 II 1- 1 111. 1" A 111 1 .v 1'1 111 11'111'1'. '11 ' " -1 11111 11.1 -1111' 111'l xx NI111cl1ls x 541 L :itil X 'X Q V!! 1 rl ', 1 , el T' Y I1 N 2 'yur L - ' ' ' .AL3-4.1.'.'.' 1 . A . ' ' Q A Z . - I ' , 0,544 ' . 4,1 I - - "K11ll ' " 11 aw ' 1111, 1 - 'f . 11111 - 9 11 111111 111111 .'11li'.' ll . ' 111111- 111111' 111111 11ll'll llll I111' si1l1'. ' 111' is nm' 1 1 1A'1'.w 11 1111' " 1:7 XM l.11111f1-. l1111111: K. K. K. K.: P1-11: C an 41. .xv 151111-1-11 1' 1ik1'.w l11'1 1111' 111'1 111.1 115, 1' 'li1 11 1 .1-111! 11111111 . 11 12,1 g 11' 111 11s1111. 1 j '1 zwlf. C I F1 , an XII' 11.11141 N IIS 'I'I1lll'lIilll1t'lll Play. S111' 1111s 11tl11i111'1l ll -11l1l'III'vV 111 sp1'1'1'11 111111 Il 1111111111111 1'ig11r 111111 1111' irr1'xis1il1l1'. 5111- is 1'1'1's11Ii11', 1'i1'111'i1111.w. 11111, l'1I1I'llIl1. lil M111 NMA. 121111 fig N. ILS. lV1'11'. 11111 1l'lIl' 111111' !-us! I11 1111' 11111 51-111111l. T11 11'i11 'l1'i1'111ls llllll ,YIIIUII 1r111111'l1'1lg1- 1111- 1lf'l' 11111111- 11.v111'r11fi1111s. F111'ty-11111 71- l,1111s1-1 NA'1'111xs il an G. 1lLf!l1I? 111' 1i1111 ll 1111101 girl 111111 XIIIVII1-9 1111 '1111' 111'1 i111'111s. S111' I11l1'flV.N is I-11 111'1' p1111'1'. 11111 111s11 1l!',1f'I7l1.Y 1111' 3111111 111 111,211 S11111111, SMI NOBLE F. F. A. T111' s1'1111111 11111 11t'I't'l' 11111111 ll'11ll1 S11111's 1At'!l1 1111b11y 1L'11s 111'- 1'1111s1' 111' 1111111 111111 111 s11 11111111 111'1i1'11i1's. '111111' 11 pity 1111 l'1I1l.1 111111' 1111' 11s 1'11si1y' 11s 111'.' llum Ill-LM Llwlass C an G. 1111111 111'1111 11111113 1I1'f.Vt'1f lhll s111'11 111'1f1'1'1 .9t'1't'1Il.lj' 111111 if s1'1'111s 1111111i11g 11111111 111111f1' 1I1'1' -1-0fg1'f 111'rs1'1f c'111111g11 111 11H1'111111' 11111111111 111 1111111s1111s Itlll ll 111111 1 llll sx111111y1111111s t11lX 1111 x111111111111g 1111s 111 1 11111 s 111111 v. El'L'1'-!'- 11111 11pp111111t1s 111111 11111sI 1111' his II 11 111 ' s1111111 111111 111.-1 1111111111 111s1111s11111n Ci.: I tw -- 11--'UG .l. XX, l'1111.1.11's 519 ' 'tn 8 1' I1 ll . . " ?i 1 ' L kgs 1111 111' .1 - X - 11' 11 '. ,1. UW. ix 11 ,111 . . ' .aug ' 1 mv. 111-1' lj 1111 x' 1 E, , . Q. . ' ' ' ' .' . '111 -1-'1 'II1 4 ' 1111: 'vw 1H"':111"'w 411111, 1 fc .. ., , .vu . I f I io 1' 1, f -- ,W lg Y ., , A -N Q .W ,. V 'H I R , ,T A.: 444 rn Xl AIN Lol !N11111:11 N. ll. S.: G an llg H111111' E1r111111111i1's. llllfj' 1,011 is Il j1l't'1'11l11S j1'11'1'1 11'1111x1' 1ig111 is ll joy 111 Illlllly. 11111 1111' s11111'1'1' 111 1111' 1ig111 is A'n1111'11 111 11n11' fl f1'11'. J. Y. NORMAN. Ju. Puzzle-. 1111711-1' 111111 1'11111'11'1111s, 1111s 1'1- 1'1'111'111 s111111'111 is Il -1-!Il'1llCl' 110-I' 111111 11113 1111' 11ig11 1111111iti1111 111 111' II 1'l'I'11 1'11gi111'1'1'. ,Im P11sl11:11 lllc-rg ll dll GQ Pepg Quartvt. This 11'1111111' 1' 1'n11s 11,1 .'111i11'111' High 511111111 is fl 1'1'111 51ll1lt'I11. T116 1111111111 1i1111' 1111185 s11e sings -1-11111 1111'ir 111'igi11 i11 1111' 111'1'11111s 11.1 111'1 1It'!l1'f. J. W. l'11111,. .l1:. 1111111113112 Hi-Y. "111111" is 1111' 101111114 111111 11111's f11"IIgN 111111'1s 1111' 111111111 111 1111. 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P. ll.: Pep: G an C. .1 1-11111111i11g. 1111111111111 s1'111111. 11'1111s1- Ulllj' 11111111111111 is 111 1111ss 111'r s1111j1'1'1s. lX1lf111'-V11 1'1'111i1111s 11111' Ilf II 11ri111'1'ss 111'1'1111s1' 111 111'1 3L!l'llI'l' 11n11 111'1' 1'111111111s1'11 l1lI'. l'vUffY'fIL'1P Nl-un l'11w1-11.1. ll11si111'f- xllllliluvl' I3utl1'1'y: l'1'1'-11111111151 Girls: P1-11: il un ff. 11111'1' s1g11i,1i1'.s 1I111l'1'Ilt'.SN.' 111111' i1111111111111ri1111' is 1111s 11111111' -1111 11111 111111. 111'1' s11111'1'-1'111'rg1'111' 1111il11111' Illlll lll'lI11l1'I'1Il',Y 111 s11i1'- il 11111'1' 11111111' 1111' 1ll'l' s1'1'111'1' 1llIlll'. 11I1.I.IlIiIi'l' lLu1111k S1'l1'111'1'. I,1'l11f'11 is 11 s1'11'1111s-11L111111'11 11111, 111111 11Il'1x'1l'N 11is 111s1f 111111 Il 11111 111 1l'1ll 111111 11'1111s1' 1'11111'1s 11111 11111 111- 1'1'111'111'ss, PM I. 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Ihxf s11'1'1fl 11'e'lf'0111t' ilnrl llllI'llf'llAl'l' first vl-lUIl't'l nl' Ihr' serisrm. XX. H. Swmu Golf. Quivf, but ll'l1t'lI he 1luesspe11lf. tlzerc is no zlangur of secirzg uny- nm' 11sl1'r"p He l11lf:'s Il!ll'!I71lII!2't' 11 eurx oppmtunzlv In lwzrn. K HIINCHCIHIB U fngll' C G has nn IIII nj grim fic'- I1 llmnaflon about htm. lhlll causes him to accomplish ivlmt he starts our to do .ffl If . -b . , ' I ' A ci. L, , ' -' 1 . I . 'qt 1 MI' '. '. 1 I 1- , - 415: - . . ' rl!!! 'A 'Hy . "v, ' 15' :I,:: 'i-I: 5 fn mf-- . :1i??,:::-73 x S 'Hull Ji -5' xx -s' - ' -1 '- , -I , ,.,, 1,..,g .,-i1,.L,, ' ' x ,fini .9 ' C' Jug? gs, ' 'I 'J V B ' Q. I -- . .' 'T' -' Nu V, ' ' -L - J 11 J Q J. N. Rmvrn Lua Lvales. Cowl nutiirwl, real-heallvfl .l. .V..' llz' is c'1'f'r I'1'Nt"I'l't'll uml lI!'l'Kl' l'l1Illlll'S rules nil gnnrl Xf7Ul'lSIlII1lISll'I.17. J. C. SHICRRARID trlln. I. fffs jolrcs are sure In vhusw Ihr blues uirzly. His highly orig- inal lnzinner Iugvilwr Illlhf his IlllllIllll1VH'f' of VIIIIIIIIOII sensv .Ylllllllll prow hiln imrlhy in any fivlfl hu 1'h.onsr's. I'M1.1,As KATm:R1Nr: Swim N. H. S.g Flaslllightg C an il. "l1e'c'rliz'5' slfimls up for her rights. ifleas. anil privileges. Her fIl'l'llIIlll'l'lj' mollifiecl by her beuzity llllll rlzurnz nmlfes her II fr11'v1'iI1'. liwus How: S'rl'A1z'r fl an U. Ellllllll Rnsv is as rcfreshirig nnrl sweet as ll jlou'vr. Wizh hw' wzfnzlerful power of lI1lt'l'1lf6llllg music, she seems preclestinezl ln be 11 star pianist. FKA Nuns R1.ss1L1.1. Secretary Hfrmf- Ecunmuicsi P1-pg C an C. 1"I'lIlHl'.W llllly' lu' small and .s1'1'I1Is rl1'fvr1sf'les.s. hu! just gin' hvr an occasion to shozr her ml- nrs und see urlza runies out ric- lnrinus. El.FREIlA F1.A111.H'rm: l:'lfre1l11's lnlunzlv purnpmloiir tzzgstller with hrfr l'llt't'fflll zlisprr siflm hum' gizvwz her an indi- 1'i1ll1r1litv Ihllt IINIllIll1fS to scum'- lhing silnilur to Il ll'!lIlt'IlIllfh'. ,IA mis STHWAHIL Hand. .llIlIIt'S. law for lnusif' 111111 gum! lvooks. not to mention his foncl- ness for pets. puinrs him out as ll boy Illlll has nn interesting AllllIII't'. 1111. 51 l.l.lXs llllybt' hc mn no! puss all his subjcfts al om-0, but he is so gmail-natllrezl he is apt to be im- posed upon. loc has such pretty fqves tha! he l'hlIfllI.S all the girls. Forty-f011r I'1n1u,lcwl-1 ily.-K'l'IQ Pupg I,l'l'5Ill1'Hl G un Us Qlllll'I1'l2 UI1-1-1 l'l'1-aimlvnl l'. 12. lI0l'.V'll llllll l'llllAlAIllt'lIl. 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A 'lu 4' qlvn Q9 .JX- H Q: '. c W - 1 -13: -- 1' f. 1. f Tj ' f." .,, K, f 1' ..f:'- X-4 1 1 f- -- . ,x-- xx "1 1.-L -.1 uvg-iw.g.1.f .fi-. ,Qbqd , - if--113 Q lil-1'l4'I'N 1-2 V i'VUl.Ib '9 I I.. . n I.. Il. 1111.111 l 's . 5 l,ll.I.IlC flUHl'IN S11'w'l4'1' Il11111 I1 1'n,v1' in lflnmu l"1'lIv-urn' SARAH ELIZ wma Cow 141111211 IIHYIIY S0l'I'l1ll'. l'!1.Vf lIll'!lV !'1lI'l'. , -KP 1,1 -Xuucu GRAY E .1 '4- -x .' Une Mlm l01'f's 111.5 fl'llUIl'l71!II1. 'X it 5 HHN Joms Quun r sz 0 the rom' garclen. j glrls BNMHT IH muy znzh ll Ling. Y 71 l I I I ll x 'Pm IVV 1' ' J mx birth-'I l.: 1:r:. 'ff' I.fI.' 1. ,. 'I ,, ,,.-, f - ' t fl. I I. ,-. ' .fam ,L .1 1" ,iz I nz' .111 - f - " 11:3 , I sN 2313 'i 'fn 'K-if? , I :Gully A- 1 'N X -in AK 1 . ,,., X A-'M V-i18,'x'.c A "1 1' .,'.N " 5 v---.J 1 Q ", ,gl ,E "r " J J Nlun El'cEx1A. Drww Hvr air. her mrznners, wholly llIll!lvI:I'fIlJllJ. J. H. HAL1: nl joy to all who know him. 0, K. JUN:-is .AI full. rirh nature free in lruxl. G. Ll. 3lclJuw.1.n IVIL111 pnzrer has nn orator. T. J. Gun Sirnpls trufli his ulmnsf skill. I.URHAlNl"l HAx1Il,'rux .'lllL'Il,V.N fair. 1llu'11y.v sq1111r1'. ELIZABETH jl Wu. .4 mlm minrl. 11 tranquil ex- teriur. GICRALDINE Nlcllcnmlm 1.v slim' not passing fair? Fifty-two 1- ' I vf! 3 fill I 55,1 5 FRN' lffbttx vkl f:liIih'l'l'1ll ,lx-lxlmsnx Nlluslxl.-x Klkliu lu N I lllllll of his 11'nr'n'. flrrrrr in t'I't'I'j' nmliml. IHllSfl' 1 !'llllI'IIIl'Il,2 lilllf- lzunrlla in t'l'l'I'V lnrw. ull 5'll!lN,1fllt lil-:'r'rx NIl1,I.1-in Wl1.1.Ann H1051-ll! Hlllll I Tha' www' flnzwr uf vnuth, lfrlrefx rm t'IIl'I71j' In lifef. ' 'l"' , In ,sn NIuu:I'r1nl'rr1 N1-3vl1.1.f NIAXINIQ Vmuu' Nunn lx an lflltfllll' unrl xlzy. plwl.w.w Ihv 'lllfllfli SfI'I.l'l-Ilg fur Ihr' bmt, Srnuff, lui! 1I01l't'!'flll ww. lIt'l'1'I' zulling In give' 1111. KfK'l'llI1IRlNl41RUWIAI-1'l"I' HIALNIU SAXLIGS I'lmv.a.s. IlwKXI.Ii f:l'lH'l'Ill1.Y. fl'lIlIA'. rrnrl guml- -lml vlw' zrnrflzy nf his trusl. Suvs lilllv. fllflllfi murh, rmlurwl. M., 1 X 1 Es fd' wk' QW 4:09 llqsvxz III 2 2 17 , 5 - 5 N' 1 'q f 'lr uw N . ' 5 : f ' , - j P 5 J' " , . : E A Mn ' " : : " ' fs--' J if Plf., " 'K' S-, x A 'A 5 ' It-155 '-Q '72 369 ' if Z . P 'f "'fg. jx'- . .1 + PM f V .. . . f ..' . A I 44, , , '.4 f...,,-"Y i' -'-:luuhwn N A I ,h J .25 xml 1. ,, - A I A LL! x s ' 1 l"1'-fly-tllrm' nap 1 -- W , Q Just A-Thinking When the darkness coines a-falling, And the dew is on the ground, When you're over with the lessons, And the hypotenuse is found, Do you ever get to thinking About the school of Eagle fame- The dear old Alma Mater And the "winners of the gaine"? The dear old Abilene High School Means a heap a lot to ine With its band of "Mighty Eagles" And its "peppers" shrill whoopee, The War Birds swell musicians That play niost every type of song, Whether in practice or in concert Or a-inarching right along. Our school has got the "Battery", Which placed second in the state And our good old faithful "Flashlight" That's the best as sure as fate. We have our personal library And a choice of subjects rare, With our honie economics students That cook a dandy bill-of-fare. 1 When the darkness comes a-falling, -9 And the dew is on the ground R . And the hypotenuse is found, When you're over with the lessons, Do you everget to thinking What your school should mean to you -f- 53 With its winners in the contests . And its teachers tried and true? -BURTON C. SHELTON. Dv hw: E Fifty-f L"- In A 1 7 H. 1- ziiil . N x uhh I- fi, 1 N is Yiunilil ' x Phu T., 'f-f vc, ,F " -1' N., -,,.f- ,aff +2-lil JW' L ., S' lt-7 French Revolution sg - qu' -x '13 wg I-. , m 1- f ff? - 2' ff' L 'QJ-gag' 0, M W' X f I 55 'N I I I .Ps-vga. NI' v..'x ff X I UNDERCLASSMEN w,-Jim". ' KA 1 Q! 1 6 Q 5 F EE fi Q x LP : ' 'I 4 . I1" 'f': ' x fi I I. , M. .7-. I f ...-I I 'Q' I I I ,IV -.' 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SMITH. f -V ynbx QMQ 'l ,-: -s- f Z mx ' 1 4 'VE 'f -.X WHo's WHO AMONG THE SOPI-IOMORES Plfllllif ACCOIIIIIIIIIIOSI or 0r1'l1f'slra ' 1 Qoplmnz on 1111111 I I ap 1,011,601 A wo f'll'l'UII 'V Nam 'Q x 1 A -ir: ' ., E' - 'I '-'47-'1"A, A grab -. u,,,x!,.'1,II4,,.,.,.,, x.v...,gtXF9QQg 1 ' ' alia'-A X .. 1. . . . . - 1 7, , A' . I U . bl ' , . 1 - 1 Q - 'aj W X lynx , 1, 4M., IH I I 1 Fifty-ninr' PM ff J V! 0 972' fi, , I N , I ' I' Y .,,,,' vja ff gt .0 V Q t' , 9' - I.. A rf, le., P1 Q. .l 4.4 5 . Us 15 ' . ., -, .T , I . I. I I x In V211 'l'l11y, A. W. BALFANZ IJULLIH GoouMAN WAYNE HAxm-:N Glmm SHXTLI-IS NIARGUERI-1TIfI CORNliI.lllS RM Mfwnox In this great March of Civilization, although underclassmen, we cannot be left behind. Cur goal, to be a senior, is drawing near as this another step in line is taken. Along with the upper- classmen, in this great march of life, we too have our little com- bats. This year we Freshmen and Sophomores fought very hard for our Queens, Dorris Burns and Marjorie Handy, re- spectively. The Latin Tournament at Mineral Wells, to which we sent the following delegates-Mary Elizabeth Aiken, Mar- garet Williams, Sarah Elizabeth Clark, Bobbie Bland, Wilfred Lessing, L. M. Huff, Nan Pearce, and lVIavis Rucker-was another achievement in our history. No one wonders why the Freshman and Sophomore classes have made many advance- ments and will some day be at the head of the line of march, every one knows. With Mr. Ford and Miss Knox as sponsors, leading us on to high ideals we shall some day take our stand at the head of this great march in High School. -'sf' 'gn-4 Er lr: . , I ' ff fi A fb. . 'Z-' ' : . I. lzgh I u HIE: , 1 ,fl , 1 N l1'::hM":l y. Im -w,-'1 1.1 H In ..,g ny Hn X s T A i 1 E . I K I1 , ., ,-,, sl'- . n- 1 ,' . 0 ' n 'X I e " , an ,, -. v ,- r "1"' -, ' ' Sixty ,. i f ...Q W Il a 5 King John Signs the Magna Charta AGHVITIES l f i - . ,,, AL V. Wgfka L. ' wg ., Knight and Lady 33 Av Y x f X ', J Vs v, fi , X "' , !!.vy.1,qJ.:.n, , .gk,v,l ' ' ' 43 5 N fs C .. ,"1"d1.b sy' FAVORITES .fi -Q J L K f THE FLASH LIGHT DIQESENTS ou ine illinqhclm QUEEN ITIOCJQYIQ CllQ ALL-IQOUHD Gust QlQ BOP QP ALl--lQoUnD eov Stella, Babb ATTIQACTIVE GIRL U PIJ Qfl ADMIIQABLE BOY J. B. I' Oli VALUABLE eov The favorite contest is sponsored each year by the Flashlight, all of the places being elective. The favorites are selectod by popular vote of the student body and must be passing in all subjects. Each of the four classes nominated one candidate for Flashlight Queen. Those in the race were Pauline Dillingham, senior, Mary Eugenia Dunn, juniorg Marjorie Handy, sophomore, and Dorris Bums, freshman. Besides being Flashlight and Senior Queen, Pauline Dillingham is president of the Pep Squad, and a member of the Personality Girls and the Mask and Wig dramatic club. Emogene Tate, All-Round Girl, is president of the Personality Girls, treasurer of the Pep Squad, president of G an G, and a member of the Girls Quartet. Pete Barber, All-Round Boy, is a member of the Hi-Y, Line Captain of the football squad, and president of the Senior Class during the Fall Term. Estelle Babb, Attractive Girl, is treasurer of the Personality Girls and a member of the Pep Squad, and was elected by popular vote to represent that organization at the Kitten Klub Carnival. Bud Dryden, Admirable Boy, is president of the Hi-Y, and president of the Senior Class during the Spring Term. J. B. Holt, Valuable Boy, is a member of the Hi-Y, alternate of the Boys' Debate team, treasurer of the Senior Class. Business Manager of the Flashlight, and president of the National Honor Society. Qulim-2 Dillingham QUQPI1 ITIOQQYIQ T019 All-lQ0llnJ Girl' ti? EG PIDQP fxll-IQUHINI Elm, Stgllg Aiim cf BUG' IDPLICJQH ,f!'Xclr1'liPa1I.rIQ Bm, J. B. HCI! VCINLICILIQ BDI, 1 'Z' . 43,3 T' Ltx! QM L 'uv xc' 'vyq Crusades ,XA- 5' I ic . L I ":- y: A N .' X 1- Q: "-. .5 1 . ,-7'X" P: - ff- , Q1 f- 3 -L' . Y, K,-1.11, J 2 Y Q rx ' -- y, x. .I , , ,R -. 5 - . Q ri C52 34.0.-.X T. . i v fy , " f ' r 'w.,'..--1' . xl l ' n .T 1 K 5' X. 2 E ORGANIZATIONS .4 -F' ii. . t 2 . 7 K 'I I llln ll, ilehnr. 609 E. N. 16th Abilene, Texas April 14, 1933 Dear Blanche: Well, l,ve been in Abilene High School for two years nowg so I decided to tell you all about it. When I first came, I wanted to be popular, and I was going to get my name in the Flashlight, the yearbook. You see all the clubs have pictures taken of the members, and the names are under the pictures. Well, as I wanted my name and picture in it, I proceded to join the Travel Club. In the course of my travels to visit clubs, the F. F. A. was the first to hold a meeting. Guess what? It was a boys' club and, added to that, a farmers, club. The next clubs I visited were the Defessi Aeneadae and the Excelsior. Thinking these names sounded like nice gossipy clubs, I was very much disappointed to find they were language clubs. You should have heard them sling Latin around. I think it was Latin, but it was all Greek to me. Although in the course of my travels I visited the Glee Clubs, I didn't care to join them. lim really too modest. Could my ears deceive me or was it Patrick Henry I heard? No, only one of the members of the Debate and Forensic delivering an oration. Being interested in dramatics, I found Ye Little Players and Back 0'Curtain very fascinating clubs. As I was not a senior I decided to leave the G an G to look out for themselves, and as Home Economics club seemed to have a delicious odor coming from their door, I went in only to find they offered me nothing to eat. The Band and Orchestra didn't seem to appreciate my talents and neither did the N. H. S., as neither club asked me to join them. Having never been to Spain, the three Spanish clubs didn't appeal to me, as they wiggled their tongues in such a strange manner. I was told that if I wanted to dig to visit the Archaeology, but since I don't even like to spade the garden and since I have no personality, I decided to leave both the Archaeology and Personality Girls alone. Soon I heard a lot of klicking and noise in Freshman Alley, and learned a club was there. I went in. Imagine how l felt when I was informed that I was too noisy to stay in that noisy club. I desired very much to remain in the club because by reading the Battery I had learned that they had won many honors. Last year they won every contest they entered, besides first and second in State contest, first, third, set a new state record and hope to do the had won too many honors for meg so I remained. and fourth in National contest. They also same again this year. I soon found they joined the Pre-Medical Club, where I have Anyhow, now I'm sure of a picture in the Flashlight, so if I get enough money to buy two annuals, Illl send you one. I'll try to get in the front row in order that you won't miss me. Literarily, Jos BILL The typlng team again won high honors in the State Meet Mary Lou Turner set a new record of seventy six words a minute Mar etta King won second and Alton Atteberry fifth El1z'abeth Lawrence won first in shorthand and Eugenia Clark and Margaret Grant third and fifth places respectively Whoopee' Fr J I U. 'ni , 'fl P. S.: 1 I I . U U . . i . Q , .jg I -. 1 . l . N L f Q. . n . t .. . . . 1' U . . M . 4 .' Huh 9 ' ' Q l If- 11:5 . J. B. lt N My f X :hh 1, Pl n K 4 'I ' '. . ' w . L, U ,Wg . ,-sfs'-v-Biff pf , Is I f I ' v .'-- 1 Jil- - 'Lp g fi Seventy-o 7' -1 ,.f,, 1. A, K M vs "" si X i xdkf BATTERY I'Il'JI'l'0lxlA . Miss MAm:lc lVloRl-:lsoN. Arluixf-r Hmm Smmzs. R. 'l'. tIANNoN, lVl.txRoUr:Ri'rlc lglil.I, - I',i'HllIfS-ill-Cllil lVIozl-21,111 GRAHAM ,------- News kflitm Al-ITTIE Ru: BARTLETT - Cnlunnz Eflimr IRUSINICSS oy 154' MM 3 K2- A. V. WlII.l,t,-KNIS. Aflviser . A .J--: 'If' ' 5 V A A XI QJQ-, ' gg' 1 -1 .,. I wwf.: -.1596 'klgxxpstj t -to ' t ,'.!.5.f.v.' all ll. 3 ' L ' ' gi' ' ' 4. .t . '-f1..::',"--X x.. ,-s- 'h , , L t P t . ,f I TVIARY l'owt:l,1. - - - - - - Business Manager l'it.lZAlstI'l'H T,NW'Rl'iNlfl'l .flssislanl BIISTIIPSS Manager Crzokfzm MM: Snot-'Nick ---- Hzmklreeper T'lRNl'ISTlNli l3lGtsl.liY - SllIJSl'l'ilJf1.0Il Manager The Battery has twiee won first place in the Texas High School Press Association and has three times heen given an All-American rating in the National Scholastic Press Association. The Sports editor, H. T. Cannon, won honorable mention for sport story in the National Quill and Scroll Contest last year. This year he won first and second places in sport stories in the Texas High School Press Association. The paper is six years old this year, and celebrated its hirthclay hy a hanquet on March tl, l933, at the Wooten Hotel. It is the aim of the battery to keep all students furnished with news current in Abilene High School. At the State Meet 'Nettie Rae Bartlett won second place in headline writing and Marguerite Bell won fifth in editorial writing. Tup Rrnr: lil lrrox Sm-Llxlox. xVll.l"lH-Ill LICS!-ilNti, Ali!-'litjtl CHM-MAN, It. T. ljmxox, lfnrmnz Rfnr: Nltss XIAIJLIC Xtotnnsox, llolrorm' jmtlsox. tM.u.1.1. XVHST. xlAlttLl'l'1RITI-I Brzu., Mom-:1,l.t-1 CKAHXXI. Nt:'r1'n-: N-xt-1 lMtc'rl.t1'r'r, E1.lxArn4:'l'H l.Awln4:Ncl-: H0 F L A S H L I G H T Miss TOMMIE CLAQK. L. E. Dlrnmiv, Arlviscfrs Twp Knut Xllsa 'l'. tlmtzii. .Ima lilu. lJlCKWtJlt'l'H. WM N141 l,U'I'I-Ql4.'l'. 'l'lcll'1"l' llmlcs. JACK Xl'KIt'l'lX. ll-XXIII-X LICXHAKI. lt1.xxr:H ll-XNtlVN5KN. L. E. Ill mm. llufmm Run-: .l. H. Huixr, NIMH Lian: Ht onus, OLA 'klmula Srexvmt.. liznm l.AWItIl-l. N1-11.1. Rum. lMl.1.txs lx. Sxn'rH. Fm 4lAI.I7Wl'1I.l,. RICH Ann SHIIWI.-XX. 0l"l"ItTlCNS lYl'l1.I. Hmm - - - - Flllilfll'-ill-Ulll.6'f J. B. HOIJI' - Bll'SiIl6SS fllflI1Il!l"'Ff R' JACK lVI'xHT1N - - Art Efiilor TRVITT Hn Es - - Atlzlelic lidilor in mn tie twentivth ye-ur sinvcf the Flashlight was vrrtalmlislied in Abilene 1 t mol vny years of svrxice to the studvnts and faculty of the svhooll N IIS noulflit pmhalmly inure cliffit-Lillies lJPL'illlSC of finunt-es than other plttttltllf' xc IN oth the f'ditoriul and husiness stuffs lmvc worked faithfully to 1 t 1 lllflllltlll e trt stuff used in the lflasllliglit Ha 's, linoleum cuts which 0 tttllll tht- llllllltly and lwttvr than the f0l'lIlt?l' annuals. Bt't'illl5C of y they Illlif, llltll1Nt'lXf'- .1 nvw idea until this year. Mor? indoor vivws wvrf' usvtl in the citut SELUOII 1 o which werc tukvn hy the stuff photograplier. iclu tw wmk on the yearbook, the staff held their illlllllill picnic in that inn lc it Ill' iv fact that the annual had gone to press. l 'Yv- n ll: L- N' llitftgf. ,. . ' 'lx' Il .' a'ks l fm Higl S 'l ' ivtw t f.y'fQ 'llhis yvar lag l ' Z, 'ijt' B .'f. nuk- this lm It 'l ,t '. the -t ' ' s, th' a 1' VL 2 lx 1 kv 11574. fy f-.1 -' .tll f " 'fl Bos' 'Q l ' ' ' . in spr' 241-6 'l 'ut' K1 ll . ,H "N . xl mg: V I ll f X L 1 M ,I I X 'Will' 1 .Q ulmhgll V .X x l "N ll ' ' i l . . :UV VI kv., -'Y' 'iflsic 1' ,G t jp 'L b ff mp- y . ' , N.-4--L: Jn' . L , f- N Sr1'r'llly-lim Q" -pf' Z x Hjl lx 1 X T .-4 Q ? X S4 G CJ I-lizkwxo l ,--Q Q .. -4 4 'lf' . ff?-Q' firrf fi f iii' -LL -.x v.-.5-luc.f.3.5 ,. T w L ,,-A - . .I 1 I. :'. Q I I . I I UI"I"I LICIIS K, , I Inv zz. 1 'IA'rr: - - - - l"'.' ' .-. .I 1. .' 3' R :lc l'1'1'f- I"'.' ' , V- I'lI.0ISI lim' - -' 5 Nlw Iowlxm fIAIIx Ivllss ANN: Mmlulws flflrmn 1 . Ol I Nl- If mlc nl IAXIIA Pr r I nsnlfnl IIl.r:o Iiovulrzk Sf 1 nlarx 1- IIIIISIIIII MARY IJOWICI 1 I haplam 'Illia' If un If IS un 0I'fIilIlIZilIl0ll lor .III svnzur girls. Illu' pllrposf' nf llu' vlulm IS lo pronmlc friendliness and loyalty HIIIUIIQQ tlw girls of ilu- sclmol. A CIIFISIIIILIS party was plunm-fl for thc- I"resI1men, but sinu- scllool 1-Iusefl early ilu' party was poslpmu-QI. uml u xule-Inline party was gin-n as u sulrslillllv and vuvll svniur girl prPs1'r1lv4I IIPI' I.itlIv Sislvr sxilll ai xulvnlim-. Twp lfmr: ,I. fLumll.l-zu. IC. II1l.l.lcN. I.. IIIIYXNIII-I. N. IIHMIIHLH-. IC. 'I'lml:vlux. I. XIIIKIIIN. XI. .Il1NKr:v. I.. Nvrmxs. IJ, wvI'I'T. U. Iimxc.. NI. lil:-ulul. X. XVI-'f-'I'. N. Ihxm. NI. IIIiI.I.. Sf-I-mul Rmr: Nllss xIN'l'IIl-RI5. NI. III-IIIIU. 0. Illfzuxnnwx, IC, Xlfxxm. NN. I.I'l"II.Ii, IC, I', linux- lu.l.l.. I. Una-As. IC. N-XI.I.. NI. II. III-'nl.lx4,l4l:. U. NI. 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MNSSI-ZX - ' - - liicc l'l'1'sirfCl1l Hi:1.lf1N Gicixszic WILl,1.n1s Svcrclury Top Roux' K. Hoi-L. .l. l,r1'l'IiI-ll-1. S. CIIAIWIAN. I'. liIlI'lNl. 'l'. HMI-Ls. Il. .llsr1ci1. P. HANlI"l'llX, ' Roi TH. ,I. Uonwlicn, Il. Locikl-1. I. 0Wl'1Ns, Thin! Rmc: II. IiAnTi.i:'r'x'. XI. GIIAHKNI, F. lXlOIIIIlSIVN. li. lim. NI. ilnl-Lxowrzrn, B. Flnaxcn. J. 'l'u1.on. IJ. K. Swnin. Ii. LAVVIIICYCIC, ,l. Mfucrn. Sc:-om! Rmc: L. li. D1 nucx. E. NAL1., G. TNI. Slitll-'NICIL Nl. BILLL. XI. I.. 'l'l nxign. L. M. Zonw. .l. Gnlsnwi, Nl. Hicks. Nl. L. Nmcciz. XI. L. llxI.ri11a, O. NI. SICWI-ILI.. D, J. l..l'l"l'l-LICR. T. Nloamsox. Ifurnun Row: li. F. I'Am'AlN. G. SKIPPIIII, F. IlA1.nwa1.L. Rum, H. G. WILLMMS. T. O. Nllxssln. .l. IS. llUl.'I', ,l. l,ICXlDI'III. F. HAH-1. l.. Horn-gnsox. P. D11.LlxIzaAwl. L. LAWRII-1. Four principles. Scholarship, Leadership. Character. and Service. form thc basis of the National Honor Society. A committee composed of the heads of the various departments chose the new memhers, which were installed in the chapel program. where they repeated the pledge of the society. The symbol of the organization is the iuimnff touch ite purpose: the crs-ation of a better appreciation of honor among the students of the lllnli school. f N o tie organization are hlue and gold. the hlue signifies loyalty. while the ffold iepie-ents enlightenment. Nlemhership in the National Honor Society 1 one of the ffre itf t honors a high school student may receive. Dv ELL, Sl'L'Cllfj'-flllll 1' v L . , 1 . - .. . ' . ..i, , . L , q . V Q - 7 R , - rx ' F' r l ' co or: A,-qw 11, 1 f 1 ' Xl . I . . . I . - i fill! is .N ' TQ 9 UL' - ' ' e C -- ' Hin 'lily V N mlm ,, i 1 mi Ai N nh' 1 9,3 , ll I in A -V -I 5 'flu , 4-. 1 . - F f. F" - ' I wf I . 9 , ' 'Ui-' 'FEI i - ' in K' O ' 7 'J VV 'J 'v w.-. ..4 gif i sm- ,ff 7, 45 . fig: 'fix " Qt 1 .W 4 ' I x - .,, '--lv. ..-.. -, Vx-lvh' .435 D E B T E -.ffl-4414. Comzn CLM. Afltwisvr lfnxlvr thv sponsorship ol' Connor Clay. two clehato vluhs wen- orga lbffgllllllllg of tht- yvar. An irnmecliatv study of the hasir' prinviplc-s of ch-hatiiiff was starlvfl. Aftvr a ff-w ww-ks' sturlv. thf' vlulxs lwgan to have short rlfliates svhool quvstions. This was for thc- purpose' of 1-rvating interost anrl also giving pra T-'ws-1 .X f 12 55 S Y fl J I x v !,'K "W .k, B f - K - n 5 ' i- 1 .'e3.j g Ev .xr - v .U .,-5' , ill l , , xr! 6' mizc-cl at tht- " 5 , rx ': ' ' ' .' on f'IIl'l'l'lIl 3 4" 5 Inc In utuil dll ltr Sn I h.t g s 1 little fl!! tht tluhs hal sofiil. inrlurlerl in 'IAF thc-ir program of work. An all-day pivniv was hvlcl at tht- lVlcDani1-l ranch. al whim-h t f lt .l l Tl ls l g cl., P l l l l L ' I if on hull of all tile md lomll ru nue 1 lfxl h ulcl l cl :ix cl fiom 1 Q fl" oll thin tue on ldllglllll pro ity ' lo mum is llllflfi' t carh vlulm svlfwtvcl two fltl ltcrs who wut I l l l l "- ' '- 1' Q -va '. . ll'BIO'llll 1:1 " .' 2 5 'as imc' delxatv was orgo on '1 loget wr. w clu is lien rot flown to work stu vinf' tic' nterscio astic vague dc-hate question for the year. ' llesolwcl. That at le-as v- 4 ' sa 1 1 -2 'Uv s n x ts s o 14- v' fe ' sotn--s IPI' z if -s ' Y' 2 ' po' .'.' H ' "ure ' -- ' -n o r' LISI on tie aiove' question. Thv losing 1-luh gan tht wn invrs a party at the home of Jack Caplin. In Felmruary, c-liminations werv held to wut tht' squarl clown lo a low to work on the quvstion. ln tlvvixling who shoulcl lu- tht- tvam for this year. vight wore- sc-levlvcl to go to the finals. At lalvr tryouts, the- tvams werv vliosvn as follows: lmoys, Paul Wilson and lligshy llarnvs: girls. Birfliv l'ily4' lartain ancl Holcn Cfravr- Williams. the teams then hc-gan strvnuous work. lh-lrahng trips wt-rc maclv lo Ballinger, Brownwood. and Sweelwamr. and to a tournamr-nt at Dallas. Thv high point of the year 1-anw whf-n a lournams-nl was he lcl lun during thx lattc l f lVl.uh Al tl s l t tl l'I'0 ' ' ' -r par o -1'- . li: ournamvn ic- strongt-sl lvams in all owr the- state. inc-lucling lhv state vhampions of last yvar. wvrv i'f'Ji'Cs1'rlt1'fl. l 'Xt tht llistlul Meat on April ll .incl l5. lht, gills loam mlvlclalvll l'luxanna Ill lhv llnals. wnnnng the- plnilcgc to r'1'pl'4'sm1t thf- mlislrivt at the' Stall' lVl1-vt. Tup Noir: Pu 1. XXu.sox. Hmsm l1Auw:s,,I. Il. Iloixr. W. F. l'u:1x1x, lfnlloru Roni: Ill-11.1-px tllmrzla w'll.I.IAN1f-. llnumnz FM ll'Ali'I'AlN, lii.izun:'rii Lxwin-:xt,i-., .fox ll x I.minr touifu C 1 M t It" J i ..a .n. f'l1fV'lll1' PERSONALITY GIRLS Miss CLAUDINI-I 0Lsr:N. Adviser OFFICERS Fall Term SllI'I'lIf.f Term Iimomzwrz 'l'A'l'l'Z - l'rr-,sifivnt - JUS!-IPIIINI-1 tlnlslmm Rvrn Lm: - - l"z'ae I'r4-.siflenr - Rxrnmem Hoon LLTRA MM: l"Ros'r Sf?Cl'f'f0l'-Y - l,t:oNA l,..xwRn-1 lisrizuuz lifusn 7'reasu1-er - lVlA1:JoRn: Muwotzu Top Rmr: XIIQIEINIA Klxrin, KATHRN Powlliu., l'i'l'Ht-Il, GRM. him ,lov-Ls, Nlrzum l'll-NIPHIKICN, Gltssng M. Rramorns. lVIAR.I0ltlE Mlrvzl-1R. Josrzvmwg GRISHAM. Mwmn: Lon Bnoww. Second Row: Lriow l.AWlllt1, lvlILIlRIiD NIQAIJIQN, Bl'i'l"I'X NlILLI'1lt, HELEN Jomrzs, Cuzo Boxlclt. - Es1'r:1.Lr3 BABE, DOROTHY jmnsom. :P liurrom Razr: Mmm MA1"rHlQvws, Hr:l.r:x Grmcna VVILLIAMS, Rrru Luz. FLORI-JNCI-I ACK!-Llts, 5 li'Al:L1xr: DILLIXLLHANI. Lum this Fnosr, Iiwotzn-:Nts TA111. Miss CLAIIIIXI-1 Orsm. f ln rnany ways the year V932-1933 has been the most successful cycle in the .' history of the Personality Girls. Nothing sensational, no great catastrophe, and no Q monumental achievement are to be recorded for the two years of its existence, but there has been a steady and sure progress thoroughly in keeping with the Personality ' . Girls' ideal of moving toward the heights with a sure and steady tread. The purpose ' of this club is to develop initiative. self-expression, pleasing manners. and charming "fa, personalityg to study the interesting personalities of the past and the present: to , I study modern literatureg and to listen to interesting people of Abilene tell of some Of .' 'il their experiences. . lift! . Y' l N 11:3 Q 'nth N itll, '45 HHH!!! 1 'x 'gl' ll 4 4 t Gln, l , g. A . PM , V N -k,.?j,',f lc ELL., Scrclzly-s1.x my to 5 " -W ll. K - Q 1 A-,G L Jig I .-L v. ., as 42' nat 3:- JMP I4 I -,XAXIIXJQQ-5 i'f'?'4? HI-Y UI9'I"IlIlCIIS Iinn Dmnm I'resiflm11 xx DI N C 1 I Mc IMLI-3 Afzklcns - - l"if:e l'rvsi1lmzl ' H-mm I'Il'l,UII.I'1R - Sec:-elary A4 lx l,mNoN lIl,M:kM0N S!'l'g1'f1lIl-Ill-X1THIS - - tluucol H Rf. 4 l f- ' Q I 1 ' :fi , A If 24' .5 "' il, I :Q Q,'Q:ppi. YN: ' Lui ,.K'..f,g.e,',, , ,.,' , SI . -. 5, , I 1 .X wx . , k v C - III -1. ms 1- - - .l. W. lout. ' 1, - - lMl.11: trans ,l. II,xt.l. .'M'.u:l-3 2 .rd fi 'I'In' Hi-Y. uI1ivI1 is indo wndcnt of tIn- school, is llliidl' n J of ninm-lf'c'n I1iffI1 sm-Inml I I :- Inn s. It stands fm-tIwl1iffI1est standards of lnoralit ', SCI'l0IilI'SIlI J and s l0l'lSlIlilIlSIlI 1. . 1- . - I It LIIIIIS to xrmnntv ll feelinf-' nf 'fond fellowshi 1 antonff the' slutlvnls of IIN' st-Inml and P 2' I F ln lnuke' lIn' Itighvst pt'inr'ipIcs of life prau-ti1'z1I as il working form' in tht- liu-s ul' III:- yunng nnxn. At thc- tn:-vtingzs vxery Tllt'SfIlly night, tht-y IIZIYU intc'rvsting progranns pm-rluining to thc nuturv of lIn- organization of Christian l'IIill'ilt'li'l'. Truly. the Hi-N is un Illlll0l'2lIDIl" orgznlization, and its lllPlIlIIPl'SIlIp vonsists of lllilllj' Ivuclers in the svlmol. 'I'Iwy Iluw had as t'tllCI'UlIll1llPlllS sefvvrul pivnic-s. at party. and u lwnnqns-t. 7. . . . tlxxxux. II. ll,tQol,l'1. up Rmr: ,l. li. Ilntxr, XIITIII It Suu, IINXIJI-ZX f.I.I',XlUNN. Iltxlnn I41 null.:-gn. Il, Il, I'nqmuI ll, 'II liofmm Ruff: Xrzmt, lIu,nr,s. lnxox Ill..-uzrumx, IJ.1x1.nv: Knut-11:s..l. W. l'mn,, f1nn:n1.1, lltxu, Htxmmz. lil n IJIHIHQN. hmm Wm'r'r. Punk Llllilil-1l.I.. IfT"I1 1' tx CIIIFV-511,011 'N 1- 1 Q . . t o n 4: 1 "ly fu 'I ry l GIRL U GLEE CL B Miss Ourm C1.r:1v1oNs. Adviser Tnp Razr: Xlaxrwrg Nloorna. l,o'r,x Glirrr-11. GI-1RAI.IllNli Nlr3lJoxA1.n, llorrorm Doss, .lmxr-11.1. I 7 42111-zrzx. lfrmmrzrrzs Moxrrzmrrgrrw, Frrmcr-is Gr1M'1'. NAM11 h111111.1:. XlA1na.A1114:T l,1:1-1 lxrzrzn, Nl1x1.T1r.1x tIu:1.14:. tlwsx ,l.-nr: l.1x11s1n. Xlown-1 Ilrzrrr WAIEIJ, Nfronr Durs. Xl1r11c:1111:111'1'1: Ilrirr., Frorm I.Ac:K1:1. lM1s1 NIA!-1fiM2l.I-I. hw-111111 Ron: lJl'.l.I.I1. lr1x1x1.s. llkltllnlla lxrxr.. ill-.l.I1.N l.r.A1x1., IA Xl-.IlNl', Ix1.1-.1:. Irrmm NIM. hill wr.. Xlll.IlltI-Ill lil-ZNITICIL linm X-wcprrx. X rruqrxm H11.1.11,xx, ,lon-1 Xlilil, xlUl.I-IT Nl11.1.s. l'iI.IZAIiIC'I'll l:lll'l'll, .loxxrrz l'il.l.llVl"l'. NlA11o1.r: W1r1.1.M11:. Il11.1.11-1 W11.1x1:l1sox. filllS'l'INI-I Xl11.1.11lr, Iwi Kun. kt'l'lllQlHXli Ixrv.. ,lonrx ll11Ns1.1-11. Klum lX.X'l'I1I GMNIAQ1. lC1.1c1xxo11 lllYl'lIt, Snxsarlw X1.1.1cx, KATII- 1'111x1-1 NllNl.Ii'l"I'. Tlzirfl Run: Nlrss liI.l'1NlIlN5. W.u1.'1'1r. HART, Frrmcrzs Grrur. llorrornx' Xlclirgwzlri. SH1111111 X1.1.1:x. Sxrmrr l'il.lZAlll4I'l'll tlmrrre. l.o1s xVltl4,ll'l'. linrrrr Xuurrw. .ll-1WI4.l, Smrrs. ,lm l'11v11r:11, l'lRltNJl'1Nl-1 'IlA'I'I1j, l,1llIhI1I Ho1114.11sox, linux I.1xx Moorrrz. ll111:1.1. UI.lSl'lR, DANIIJA ll11A11.u1. 11111111111 Karr: I,o1111A1x14 llANlll,'I'UN, H1:1.1-ix Grmcrz W1r.1.1Mrs. lfrrfucrzs Scrrlrxrz, XlA1nQA1rrL'1' ltowrzrr.. NM llarrxrzs. ClH5'l'Al. llrurox. AVANA1, Wrcsr, OLIVIA lifxsrrs. Nrruprxm NlcK1NN1s. l,4lNI4Il.I.l'1 XTHITNKI-Ill, CH4111.1-QW Tllllll, H1c1.1':v 'l'1111x1111:1-1, Nrarcwox Pfwzri. OFl"lCEH5 TILLIE KERR ---- - President l"R.xNcr:s MONTGQMER1 Secretary The Clce Cluh entered five exents of the lnterscholaslic League Contest at Sirnrnons University in l932, wi1111i11g four first places and one second place. lVlaXine Higgs won first place as girls' soloist, and the girls' quartet composed of Maxine Higgs, Bettye Keen, Dorothy Free, and Dorothy Swenson won first place. The Girl Clee Club participated ill the contest this year with the anticipation of 1 IIIXIIIU' off as many honors. The quartet consisted of Emogene Tate. Jewel Sears, or Pender and Davida Craharn. All Armistice Day program and a program repre- "1tllllll0' roxrng gr psres were presented. Another program. 'lThe Sing Sing Hotelfi was grren lll which every one had to he able to sing in order' to stay in the hotel. mnors won 1 the West Texas Glef- Clula Contest: first place in chorusg third plate lll quartet 'yi' .jtx :M Ibn! 4 Sczrntv ugh! 7 1 1 - 1 vu 1 ' , S A ,Q ... ' C , K. l A J . . . T A-05 r ty J L -'Irena H N . I . I .I .1 :nl H . Q , ,HN .1 .. ll lun . .. - - I lllll 11,' Ni ':'ll Llsafj , ,mu 1:1 --1 'HIM 1 1, h f1 " f".ff1 . . ,.. Q., I' ' all 'io A ' ,A.1,."A. .4 ,-, Aw A lb U41-... 'Q - , , J 4. . f ' . J Pl' 'lv' 'Z' 1 GMX is X.. 4..x1.lUwK 1 x2taglQ,,Ng3 .fha BOYS GLEE CL B Miss Ornm Cmcxiows. f1flvi.w1 Il,,. vthttl.-XNIJ Lmxis - 4'slrf'l1l l,t'1'l't'1 liunnzn - .S1'l'I'l'l!Il'lt 'l'lw Box! Ulm- Clulw furnishvd 1'11te'1'laili1lwllts not onlx for the- high st-hool 2tSSt'lllllly but also for MclVlurry and Sinnnons chapel progrzuns. Togvtliei' with tht- Cirls' Ute-0 Club. the vhorzil organization prest-rited il paid program consisting ol nefrrn sonffs 'ltld 'okvs. Althouffh the vluh us at whole- did not vntvr lhv 4-onlvsl r-1 1-fl 2- r-ponsorvd hy Simmons last yf'ilt', the quartet compost-d of Curl Chvlf, Wluyluml 1,1-wis. Pvtm- Shaw. and .lanies Rosse-r, won first plum-P: and tht- soloist, Ccorgv Urs-gg. 'L' won svvond. The vluh quartet and soloist f-ntervd this yvar with the expectation of winning as many honors as they did last yvar. The soloist was li. J. Jones, and the' quartvt Xvilyliltltl Lf-wis, Burneal Svott. Glen Huddox, and R. ,l. ,lone-S, 5 'ku 4' 'vu S 3 v X' '- Q i'- 1 : - Y ,,,.. - ,Q E-Q51 li 'Y-4 12.-' 'i '., - t, ,V . ' in ' V N, 7 ' Z vi x ,lg OFF 'I"li'4 -'- , PM 'I J , , -E Honor non in West TPXHS CIP? Cluh Contest: first plum' in chorus. Top Run: Xtumw Insta. 'lillanuox l,i-nts. Nliss Urnrx tiI.t'IXlllNb. lt. ,l. louis, tilrx Hvumnox. Sw-nm! Knut From Sl'IIil.l-lttt ,loux Itmiua. FllRliICS'l', Xltlptll-ltt5tJN, 'l'. ,l. wvll.Kl-IIISUN, tl'un.xxn lfum. fiHt'1S'l'I-llt Hom.:-is. tl:-11311, Wn.soN. lloxmz xVHlTI'1l"tl'1l,ll. Xl.-Xttltlfili .IUXI-IS, lffflivln Ruff: .lonx xllNlLlS. .lots ttl-:umm Riiciuzn, lixmm M,soimooK, lim Xtc:I".iu.l.. thi: xru, Sco'r'r, l-'iuznnnz Nlfumx. lftxrox Pl.owxiAx, Bl-lN'l' Howfum. Pi:'r14: Buzmztc, ,lfuuzs lilRKI'A'l'ttltIK. Swlrllly-llirlc .N g i 'Q Kr ,v I " ' 1 1 ll TW' HUM :gf- 5? BAND ll. T. BXNLWI, flrl'Uz'ser ,l. N-Vins. ll. lYa1lrl1'op, N. llunflolph, J. llsecl. l". Sf-liroc-flm', G. Borclen. H. ,l liorrlvn. l.. llvrrivlx. W. Hziymlvn. ll. 'l'hompkins, W. Hit-ks. ,l. lilunlon. C. XxfvilI'llf'l' M, Mainly. ,l. lf. Broun. K. Skinnvr. C. llzlyclvli. 'll. Canon. li. l'lllll'lll'I'. .l. lVl. Hooks ,l. A. ,lollllsoln M. Wvncl. ll. ll1ll'lN'l'. W. l"oxslf'i'. l'. Whilv. W. fl. Alxins. li. liowvrs .I. ll. llllI'glI'UNl'- fl- liillgi. li. Collins. lf. lJllH1'li. li, lim-sun. M. lhlshy. li. Nvilon. Il .l0llllS1Yll. ,l. 'lf lllnnlon. ll. Wlaulclox. 'lf llolmslvy. W. l'rn-slry. A. lirnig. ll. jenkins lf. Ile-mlm-rson. 5. J. White-. J. ll. lVlc'llmw. 'lf ,I. llunlup. ll. Mvl.vmlon. ll. lie-lnper ll. Collin-r. 'l'. Bull, C. Dil-k. li. ,lvnivy son. IC. Clllllfllx, ll. til'lllIf'T4. H. Hooks, B. Holm-r won. li. lf. l'l'iI1'l11'll. li. llorn. C. Qliililllll. ,l. Couvh. l.. ll. lrxinv. U. Huggvtt. Ol"I"Il,Il'lIl5 'l'Ru1c'r1' BALI, - Prcsiflem' TOM CANON - Vice P1'esidc'11I limits REED - Secretary lim Mfxnnox - TI'8ll.S'll rf: 1' tmsox loRnAw - Reporter P High School Band. nmlcr the superxfision oi H. T. Bynum. has tltlllpltlell inothfi Nlli'L'PSSlilll yoar of sf'1'vice. At every foothull gains- of the season. lu hind ui plc ent to help ke-op up the svhool spirit and onthusiasni for sshivll thr- unou Tho l'llll11lXllIg, Pxvnt of the ltilllfl-S work for this swsion runn- x tif Wu with the winning of the State Chanipionship at the State Fair ul 1 in 4 olrei A lurgv loving vup and ineduls for all hand IIlfTIIllH'l'S wPro the M-t ex Bind Cont:-st and was awarded another loving cup. ,4'T'x 'VV ,vi .bp llflr Q E5 Nl ll'f"':' f 74" - . . Zlhrjf' 1 " Q The Ahilen 'lf I ,X i L' L' . L' A I ' 1 'as '-s I- tingle-S urv fi s. earl-' in i 1 U' a ' ' , ,Q lhllla s' U1 '. 9 gf. uuanls won in tlw State lfaiir Contest. Un May 6, l933, the Band won first place- in ' ' l - va ,gill N the X' 2: l tus a .V V 1, A fy , 'X lllllii iajw A N llnllm LJ N Nh. 1 I " ' I Y -, gl, ,L 'F '-J, H-aft.. J' , J z 1 .-. ORCHESTRA H. 'I'. liwliixr. Aviv: Nliuzk Mmm lll'STl-IR HORN J. M. llooks - i '-v '76 Wil .J 'V vukl V ll-Q05 x iii' n xy Q n," If XIIIIIII livin :nl L Sm lvlnly 4 ' Willl up l6Lll'ilIli't'? in llw lll0'll si-lmul iiwsmnlmly uml all 0lllt'l' ifalllil-l'ill"'s in llllh l I 2' , Y' X" Tr: 1 7 e - T .. " 4' ' ' f"- limi. 5 if ,ff V 1051 si: 2,7 3, X - f I, ,.,-.4 i-v-iq, ,gyviwf --ig 9 '-A A ' f-:.f.:.-X-.1.f.-., ,Q f S1 T l g f 5 2 . ,X z. A .--FX . 'SNIA 9 X K ,- cmlfifiizlcias lf - lI.,l.' , 2 Y. . My - In-1 '-.-l- Q rllx. ilu- uri-lieslru luis roumlvcl out ai xc-ur of llllISll'lll sc-i'xn-v lu llll' Alvilvm- lllgli gl'll4Nll. Many A vs ol' Illllillill l'0IlliJOSlllUIl lum- ln-1-n illlllIl'll aiml mln Nl mul up I 5 X in llblllillllllilll ul' music- uml musim-inns has lu-rn inalillul into llu- im-inlwrw ul Ilia- m'i'l1c'slru. , . . Nl1'lIllb1'l'5f Wumllxm llillllllflfli. lNila1 llimls. liilliv lUlll'll Nlvx luvlxliw, llillx Gray. Nlary Kale Smith. l"rum'05 Ss-urs. llarolcl Beasley. .laum-5 N-xius. Uiflm-mi Wulflrup, Ray MildfllbX. Alive llvnllvy, ,Iuvk lvlllillfxi ,l. M. llmmks. ,lov lf. llrnwn. Walton Presley, Holzman Ji-nkens, Rolwrl Craig, Cliurlvs llim-lx. 'liuetl Bull. Nlul-lx Me-acl. Hf'l'l1f'I'l Hill'lll'l'. Carsmi .lurclun. Busts-r Horn, Amlrmwx King, Ifml Ki-nllilvy. lil-mlilinv Suffffs. TNI' lflll' ,', ki a,,,,' .wx JF 1' '- ol l" '41 A' I' 1. I I ll N i 1 PEPS UA Miss Onsu, JOHNSON. Azlvzlser SlCC'l'l0N .X Yell Lemlers lfXl1Nil1INl41 'I'A'H-1 Flmwcl-is CASH l':I.0lSlfI HAWKINS Tr'i'ns1n'c'1' Sl'I'l't'lIll'-Y l,'lIl'f'A'l'I' PAli1.1wl4: lJll,I.lNlCHANl HEI.:-:N Clucgl-1 xxllI,LlANlS l'l'4'.sirl'4'I1I Vim' l'l'i'xi1lc'nI Top Razr: NIl4:l.lsA Swim, IJuRu'l'Hm Nllwlufnm, lJmmTm Nlclirzmzlrz, lm-:Nia Clmw, lwiaz Nlumus, Mmm l'mvr:l.I,, lxl.-XI,IJENI'1 BRANCH. FHANCPLS. Muvrunvniiu. Fluwcrzs SAIVNDHH5, CHARLUT'l'li Guru. Fur CA1.nwi:I.I.. Sevoml Razr: Mums BLAK141, JUANITA Pmklcri, Nokwm Bimnv, Nhvls Ruczmgu, CHRISTINE l"l0I-'I-WIAN, lwloumiz OWI-INS, Em PEARL CocKki3LL, NELL Hmm, jm' Przmmxn, NIHGINIA KIKI-IR. Xlmn l'lI.lZABH'l'H linuvvw, lVlAHuAm1'i' Lullsrz S'I'EVVAR'l', QJPAL H1cHA1msoN. Nliss Omzu. jul-nsow. Thin! Roux' ESTHHR Llci-1 CLARK, IJonA D1-:Av Owms. Es'rr:L1.1a BAHB. Nr:'r'rll-: HM: l3Alc'rLm'r, lim-zo limi-1u, Nunwm SHAHM, All-IWICI. Sinus. Pizum' lil-zuvl, Nlmn CArm,lnM-1 H1-zlnlxurzic, Warn l.m1:-1-1 Mumn-1. lfalmnz Roux' liumgl-:xl-1 'l'K'l'li. I'Al1.lxl-: lJll.l.INliHAN1. Flmwglcs Curl. llr1l,l-:N Clmrzlc Wll.l.1MlS. l'.I.0lSI-1 Hxwluxs, CALEINDAR A Qwnnniing party and picnic at the Country Club, A luncheon in the school cafeteria, NOV8IIllJl'l' ll, l932. Sunrise Breakfast at Haddox l"z11'111, April l, IQ33. nnvcmning all liytlv Lake, May 12, IQ33. 5' L Un ' in .... mf- .Av ag bl, t ' Flghty mo iff' ',.'f , l 'P ' F- .31 ,., A V. i :lg . x xml - .V , A 1 4 . ., l Hr -' - - f ,x, ,ml .A lx 5 ,- :L- 1NWmW L5 'ln 'I .,,, '5lQ.v1w . , ,,vL, ,. Q -- gqhrj' fl, Hr i F- .:. fl, ,-. . lv- I W l ".. ' ' J- , 6 ' ,,l Li u 4ifJ 7-'Y 531 ai. .vip if A .42 6745, 5 .fir o4,- - Ad, 5 ts- , , . 'Z H- 4" 'N lf-'T 411 FQ-5-1 N' ' It 1 .,-. v k'A4.'M.g PEP S UAD ' vii .-Q lVI1ss Omtu. ,IoHNs0N. Afluiser 'Ki' Ht+1t1'l'l0N tl i -- lyvlf l,f'mfz'rs l'.NtlltfIuNt, 'I'x'ri: l'lItANCl-LS tjisu l'lI.UlSI'I lluvk 7'1'f'f1x11l'r'r' Sf'l'fi'IllI"Y Cln'r'lfc . -1 ., ,- ' IC t'.1.l-x . Vllitll its aim lo su mort all oxvnts in wlxivlx A. H. S. luke-s 1- mart, tln- l'v Q S1 ua luis prow-cl its loyalty to the school during N32-1933 lay 0llllIllSl2lSllt'illly mvkingg' ,, tu 3 XXX N, I . l 'W pxff rl ' 4 K iw 2 'I' I. YI Pxlllxi Ilulixtuui Itillx blur: Wu iw -' l'rf'xi1lz'nl Vin' iIIl'l'.Yitl4'IIl Lugz its i I 1 1 1 Ht f I ,rlf .ltl I N l Ollltl will funn ul ti tut t m Ill .t ' ivtitz' am " J 'al-' 1' miviivs 1 fl lay sponsoring pop l'il 'vs 'l ilS5Cllllllll'5 cluring footlmll FPRIBOII. llevogilizc-ml us om- of tlir- olclvst UI'gillllZilll0ll4 zunong 'lt-xus lligll St'lltlUlS for promoting "pvp", it luis livin at tlomimmt lan-tor in lilllltllllgf up and Iltilltllilttktllfl the lruv Alnlenv Hugh spirit. Top Roux- Itliu mttltLIt'I', l'llt.-XNIIICS CIt.N'l'ItAI'. I,o'r,x Cl win. NM Xlll.t.5Al', lll'1Xltlt'1't"I"K Diw- xlvrrox. FIRANKII-is 't'lnv:1:. Ilonowm Wiconzx. til'TH NIARIIA: l'lti'XltS, flt.t-111 Kll.t',X'l'lillIK, tix:-'mx IML1.. XIIULINI.-K S'I'lNt'HCO'tIti. t'l-:om ,lA4:Ksox, LA Rm: ilimuz, Sf-worn! Rout Nllss Oni-g1.l,,IoHxsox. l'll,t.A IVIAKH1 Swaps. l'll.lZAHt'1'l'tl WYlt.I.lfKXIS, .Xxx liolcxl-1l.l.. Ku llmvzl-gf Ntomusox, .Io thu. 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A :IIIIIIH IJ N n it 1 I A 1 'XZ avr, I , I I1 1111! ' J 'KJ' 2-1 ,. 1 V2 2, 631' 5 t kf ktlos-Sag fff' EXCELSIOR "as MRS. C. B. HICRS. Klrlviser L Hu 4 'Dui' OFFICERS l"I.oRI:NcI: Hrumzs President - liI,L.I NlARlI-I Succs lhvln ATKINSON - Vif:e l'f-esiderzl - AI.I:x,INnI:R BII:KI.m AI.I:x-INDRR BIr:KI.I:x' - Secrvlary - - RUTH IVIARIIQ FEARS The lfxm-Glsior Cluln lwsides having iritercwtirlg programs about Honn- and lionian life pwsmite-fl a clranla in tlw Road Show with the following nwtnlwrs taking part: Xvro , ,, Mrs. Nero ,,,,,,, Gallia Solmlivrs , lJilIll'l'l'S .. Slaves Court Ladies , Natlu-f Y,t,,. J Myrlis Blake Mary Elizalwlh Aikvn -4 - 5 - Li i J , Qi ': v""' 1 wh Ski' V ,. - A'-.. .1 I' f' . 3. Y " 'ii K-,,fff I, V 3434 M535 3 iggfyigrf LN? lui 'I .vf-'-43.5. xl, 'I , , at ., K ' 2 'T' -f'--'rlxx xl Q YE . Q . , -." .. t . , I 4 I " I , A. F. Page Cvorgv Harvey, Alvx Bit-klf-5 Winfield James, Harry Caldwell Mavis lillvkvlg lVlarjorie' Hamly Bvtly Fvars. FI'ill1i'Q'S Gorham Bessie Jo Jackson Ruth Fears. Chryslolwlle Johnson Mildrvd Pc-ride-I', Nlarisue l,ilI'l'llllIUl'l' Eva Lee Johns. liva Mac' Ctllililllilll Billie- Suggs, Hazel Ward. .Is-an Hollal Top Kon-: XI,I-:xMnI:R l!II:KI.I-:w, Mtxuioxr ITIL. GI:oI:uI-: llAItXl'1N, l'II.I.,I xl.-XIII!-1 Swans. lil'I'Il NIARIIJ I-'IcARs. A. F. l'.M:I1. CllliXS'l'UIiI-1l.I.H ,Ionxsox lim YIM: .loHx. Sw-oml Rmr: NlARY KATI1 SNIITH. WMNIQ ISI.,-IRI-1. WIWII-1I.n .I.-ulrzs. lIIIARI.I-:s .'Xli'l4lIl'II NICCLI RI lII'2Rs1:III-:I. SMITH, NAR l'I:ARcI'1, X1II.nRI:n Wlll,KlNS. Hlil.IfIN 'I'IIRNInI:I-1. Xllcs. ll. IB. Huzxs. lfuimm Roux' XIAIIISI IC I'ARIIAIIoIIIi. .'xlJI'1I.l.l'l LIIA. xlll.IJRI-Ill Kuo. llUYF'l'AN1Il-1 'llHllNll'SOY. l3II:'I"I'w l'vl'lAItS. l"li'XNf'I-15 GoRII,uI. XMIM' liI.IzAIn:TH JXIKHN. I-Im NIM: 4IoI'rT1Aw, Hamel. Wkuzn. Iilasslla Jo ,I -UIKSIIN. E'ighty-f1'1'f' N' um ,pf .Q H C? 2 R 4 L 'I LOS LEALES H. S. FATHERREE, Adviser OFFICERS MPIRLE REVELL - - President - - JAMES LACY OWEN ANDRUS - - - Vice President - - W. D. PRUITT MOZELLE GRAHAM - - Secretary-Treasurer - - MOZELLE GRAHAM Top Row: H. S. FATHERRI-IF, WILFRPID LESSINC, ROBIN CLACK, WILLARII RACSDALE, JAMES LACY, GEORGE DUNNINC. Second Row: STELLA MAY WEST, WASTFILLA LITTLE, ERNESTINB CULLEN, NIOZELLE GRAHAM, ONETA EWINC, NIAXINE PERRY, JEWELL GLOVER, FLO CALDWELL. Bottom Row: DOROTHY HORTON, MARCRETTE WEED, VIOLET BARLBY, MERLE REVELL, IMOCENE OWENS R. T. PHELAN MELEA SIBLEY DOROTHEA NIURPHEY, FRANCES HAMPTON. 1 s 9 Para a reciar me'Or la lzermo sura dulzura de la lenfrua, las costumbres la A 1 s D u 1 y hlstorla de los alses de habla es anola ara Uanarse una artlculaclon mas P a - P , y P D 1 n s perfecta Los Leales se Organlzo, slete anos pasados. Ahora se dlV1dC m dos sec- clones. Los programas consisten en musica, canciones, discursos poemas, piezas, roverbios, bromas en es anol en discursos or los mexicanos rofessores de , U 1 P I 7 Y P Y P los C0lCgl0S que vlsltan los C1rculOs de vez en cuando. V K M ' " zz' yr f , , Eighty-szx 'Q'-:llyq V: Ibm-fn 'Q f A 'E In 1 V! ,rll 'll' v f 4 N in 1 , 5 ::,,Q!..a ' NF vlwfi C I lb T" P, . L-..--, J., . K pg-I JACK CAPLIN - - l'resi11eI11 - - DON CRII-'FITII ----- View Presirlenl ... f i , L, 425 lg FS ' Aa . S 7 vs' X K " K kk L -.1 X 541 mx ' xr 'U' LOS LEALES MRS. F. M. RANDOLPH. Xlrlvfser OFFICICRS Fall TPFIII qflllll-Q' lzrln IRA I AMIIIRI LLOYD RORIJRTSON NIARYCA'l'lll'lRINl-IRl'ID1.lNGl-IR - - Secrelary - - MARY CATIIIQRINIJ IiI:nI,INI:I:R lCRNIgs'I'INI: BI:AsLI-:Y - - 7'reaszu-er - - - - - BILL FRI-INCH - lfepnrler - - MII DRI n Rom ll VIRI INIA POWII I i , A C' ' r ., 1- - xv'-., 5 lfvix f", . 'I 'LS "Q V-af, 4'7" P31951 ?I!' Q, .x,, bl' VW '- -'-iJvf-4AvJ.x'--,'- .UN 52 'L R C245 E . If., . ,. as .tlniuggx Q ,.lu.i . ,L V k V I x . ,. I I A f K , ,6. .G - ,I I 1 ' 5 c Las I'PUIliUllf'S lienon lugur I-Lulu dos SCIIIZIIIUS y los usunlos so I-mIIlIR'c-II I-n I-sparml. 'IHIIIIIIIIAII hay IJl'0g'l'ilIll2lS dv cupillu dLl1'ilIlll' el .um I-sm-olur t'll que se- presenturl lmilvs, l'illll'i0Il6'S y pivzus. rvuniones sociales Ira:-I1 muc-ho guuln il los sovios. Huy romerias, xisilas il las iglvsius IIIPXEVQIIIHS A an la polrlzu-ion Inf-xicaml en Ilias de- fic-stu. T01 Razr: JACK liuwrzns, EDWIN Nl-JILL, JACK HARRIS. ,l. N. HUIIIII. LLmII liuIII1II'I'soN, Bm' I 'l'AlCl'Ll-XY. JACK CAI'LIx, Ruscolc Hoon, HAYXIIL Sums. GI-zumprz GRIIxIMI:T'r, IRA I,AxIRI:R1', SAIIIIIIQI. Km. Sw-nnrl Razr: Mns. E. NI. RAxImI.I'H. IiI.m:R HIST, OLA PEARL Cfxsm, NlII.IIRI-in RIIACH, VIR- LINIA PowI:I.L, GILRTRIIIII1 GRM. Q. I3I:I.LI: NIITCHHLL. ERNIRTINIQ: BI:AsI.I-xx, NIARIE. FowI.I1R, NIARI' l.A'rIII:RINI: RI:n1.IvpI1R. JI LIA .lml-is. ISILLY GIII1s'I'. .I M Bolton: Roux' NARA BALI.. MAIIILAIIIAIT l!IcAsI.I-:Y. MARI I-lvI:I,YN BRIIWA, WINIINA S'I'AIIKI':Y, :K w'lI,l.lANlS. UIRA l5I'1I.I.Ia l3IIRRI's. IJIINI-1I.I.A l.II"I'I.Ia, PATTY NIARTIN, NIAIIN IAIII MIIINIQIIIARIII, AIARIAY DI-:I.III4:R. BILIA IiII'I"ruN. -N1 ,., El'g1lIV'Sl'lK'71 'I 'T it ' Hn: LA LUZ MISS RUBY TURNER. Adviser Top Row: MISS R. 'l'IIIIM1II, E. BIIIIJCI1. li. MOOIIT. .-X. HAWKIXS. L. SHIIILET, H. STATTON, IJ. HOI.m:S, R. L. MEAD, G. INCLE. N. HOLLIS. G. WATEIIS. A. KILPATRICK. Second Raw: M. HICKS. W. CIIOWIIILII, C. ELLISOY, P. HEFLEY, M. HOLBIIOOKS, A. HOLCOMBE, T. J. DIINLAII, F. UITATTON. T. PAITCETT, O. J. ADAWII, J. HAIICROTE. Third Row: W. F. WJAR'1'l'N, J. C. HOLLIS, 0. RAIJFOIIII, A. RHODES. L. AVI-IRY. S. OJBRIEN. L. ENCLANII, N. J. 'l'AwI.OII. F. l.AxCI'OIIn. T, MAIITIN. M. COIICH, W. COX, Iiaflonz Row: M. J. ALEXANIIEII, NI. SMITH, T. KEITH, E. HENIIIIICKS. F. JACKSON, M. WOOL- IIIOCE. C. BOL!-SY, V. R. PIIICIQ. M. HIIIJSI-ETH, J. BTARTIN, C. BRAVILICTT, NJ. NIIILLINS. M. DAVIS. LA .IUNTA DIRECTIRA Capilulo Primera Capitulo Segundo O. J. ADAMI ---- - Presidente - - - - JAMES SMITH FRANCES JACKSON - - Vice Presidente - - - JAMES ALBRO WII.LI5 COX ---- - Secretario - - ALBERT KINSER AI BERT HOLCOMBE Reporter EVELYN HENDRICKS Faptlztlo Cuarto Presulenle GEORGE INGLL lzce Prestdente O J ADAM! Qecretaz 0 FRANCES JACKSON Reporter T J DLNLAP Capttulo Yerrem BILI FITCH L M COOIEY PFRN LANCFORD PHILLIP HEFLEY LOS alumnow de ld SCIIOIILI huns-r e ICUIIIGIOII el I de TPTJICTO Con elployeglo de olgamzal un club pala faulltal el uSe pIaCt1CO de la lengul espanola DOS vene- Ildo un peI1Od1pO pequeno El Relampago IOS SOLIOS vIS1tarOII I la esaeuela IHCXICHIIH el 2 de marzo v pIeSeIIta1On un pxograma tocante A la Indeperlderxua de TejaS La reumon paIt1Lula1 del ano fue un banquete, el 2 de abrll para Celeblar la Fiesta de Ia lengua espanola en honor de la muerte de CervanteS . E232-W . ., . , . sew . . . 'Fil . ' . f'f':I '. . .' - - - - - ". - ' - - - . . . IOJ N Q A-, . I , - - - - I '. ': - - ' . . 1 . . . - ' - . . T , H . . xr' I Q 3 . C V' i ' ' - ! S . ' I . " ' . . . I T . A, Q - 1 1 4 gl U A - 1 ' Q 1 -Q.: cada mes los Clubes UCIICII 565101165 0I'dlIl3l'lHS. Tambem en estos dlas esta pubh- 'a " " . , 'A . .T , 3 Q " Q I . J ' y - f. 4 . 4 r I .- fa JRE ' ' I ' . . 37. I N ."1 'I I ,If A 'VIII 5 N :TIIHLI I A . . , .X Q.. , ' swf ,I s 5 - -'ET 'Q 'TJ X , 1 ' vu . fE5'1?mf"2- ' 5411" E'g"'y 6'-gh' ., . . . 1.91, JI? 5 -L - L 1: Q- J " f' X w b .1 -, Your 5' lv Q VI' SOCIAL USAGE MRS. EDITH C. SMITH, Adviser OFFICERS lVlANI.Y BALLARD - - - - - Preszdenl lNITA HINDS - - .Stczezary The Social Usage, the only club of its kind in our high school, has as its purpose tlIe acquisition of a knowledge of the social amenities and the habit of practicing them. The programs and studies have heen taken from Emily Post's 'sEtiquette" aIId Rives' 'gThe Complete Book of Etiquette." The students have made 1' 5- .-- ii . ."'f J M .f A . A . "l1'Q'.fui -.1-Il.-.: 2 ' -. 1.:,l .xi-555 " Jgwg, 'NO . , I KW a complete and thorough study of the rules and regulations set out in the various etiquette hooks. The aspirants to a higher social usage have exercised their knowl- edge ill their many social entertainments. Mrs. Bernard Hanks, home was the scene of a lovely formal party. Later, a tea was held in Room 11-, which offered experience to the members, and in the spring. a garden party was held. Top Roux' JXLFO BAK!-IR, DAVID tjAsTLI-L. .-KLHHIIT' KlI.I'ATIIIcK, Ill IIIIIIT' HIDIILIZ, .lAljK MoATI:s. MANIIT liAl.I.AltD. IQARIJAIL .'xI.l,EN, ,IIaAxI:TTI. HILDRICK. Second Row: Mas. EDITH C. SMITH, FnANcI3s GRANT, Louisa t,1oIIcH. LA RVE. CRAIG, MAIII' ALICE DVNNINC, WANDA NORTON, DoaAcE MCAIBPZN, ,IANII3 ALICI: PARlsH. JANE Moons. XfI:RI.lI-1 AKINS, SARAH FLY, NORMA Rum, FI.ox'DIs lsoxl. Bottom Rmr: ,lI:Ax CHIIIsToI'HI1II. RUTH WRIILHT. OLIvIA l"iASTl'S, IIALLIIL I-'AY HARBHII, Lo- vI1TTA RoBI:IITs, NITA HINDs, llHATltICI-l AIIIIIxr:ToN, Fmxcizs Osnoiwiz, lLI,I:NoLA MAT, FIsTI:I.I.I-1 Minis. 5lARY Fm. Highly-n in I' fi- 4 -'L 1" - .nv - Ry. r. N ' .ti l .J as.. 5'-. V, ' 4 ' 1 - 1 'V J I lm' I -S 'ill YE LITTLE PLAYERS J. N. WATSON, flflviser Top Razr: J. N. Wtxrsox. ,IUHN Mlwcls. Uris l!Acr:r1'r'r. FnANclcs l'lAI.l4I, llmmzx Ci.m1oNs. FM lNloRnlsoN, llommw ,IHNKI-:Ns, l'lI.tllSIi ICH. G. ti. llrzul-xi, Fm-in limb. liolmm. Razr: ,losn GUIISINIII. M-uri ICm,laNlA IINNN, ,l. Xl. Ilooxs. ,lm I'r1wr:lr. K.. 4., ATCDONALII. Mmm' Liar: liofxcu, llll.I. l'lltl'lNllll. Flmwclcs CASH, lil'Tll Scn'r'l'. OFFICERS l1ArDr:N CLm1oNs - - - - - - President Eunsr: Em' - - - - Vive President MARY Euel-:NIA DUNN - - Secretary OTIS BAGGETT - - - Treasurer FAY MORRISON - Reporter Ye Little Players. official dramatic cluh of Abilene High School, has completed another successful year of work. Several one-act plays were presented for enter- tainment in chapel, at local colleges and clubs, and at the Oil Belt Teachers' Associa- tion at Breckenridge. One paid prograrn consisted of three one-act plays, one of which was HThe Serpentis Toothf, later selected as the tournanlent play. To secure funds for taking the cast to Sweetwater to the District Meet, "The Serpent's Tootha' was presented in a paid chapel program. In the District Meet, these four members were selected in the All-star cast: Frances Cash, Mary Eugenia Dunn, Josh Gorsuch. and Hayden Clemons. The social calendar this year included a party. given by Mr. Watsorr for the tournament play cast, and a very formal banquet. both of which were held at the Wooteri Hotel. Honors Won First place in District Meet at Sweetwater. First place in Regional Meet at Abilene. Third place in State Meet at Austin. fs'V' 7 ff' :tx 1l"'l"' mb Nmtty o Q ' .' , , 1- rs ' -FT- .. "lk l u 1 I I .X 'fill I 4 lull , nh v .N f 1115.211 R 1 x1lln,1l '1B H uhm In k X L p g Owlf. jot ' N' A T 'F lt' I -. ,,.. Ml- :L ,5,L. 4: 6. 'HT-rr mr Q J 'v The- Back U' Curain clralnatit' club. sponsorcrl lay Mrs. Bishop, is ont' of ilu- 4 rising dramatic I-Iuhs of the school. Altogether, they have had ll vc-rv stu-cm-ssftll year. Among the plays presented was HEIIICJI' the Hero." The cast was as follows gi X.- -5 N 'L sf. .ss l 1 t-L, . QL W Lv. v V1.5 x.l.l,ObE13 , K 4117543 2 BACK O CURTAIN N325 :'.'F ' 'zip I he .qzlzw-.53 - VU' MRS. SELMA BISHOP, Aflviser I , ' I I T ' orrlorius Fall Tvrnz Spring Term ' ii , IJAYTON ARM - - - President - - - CLIGDDII-I I'RuI'l'1' .I WAY'NI'I Low - . Vice Presiflenz - ---- Don 'I'lcRRY Q' Fl-:RN Hlnsimw - - - Sew-elary - - IC1.1zAm-:'r1I IIOUTII IVIARY I.0lIISI'I Moom: - - 7'rea.sunvr ------- NAOMI Itilmmc ff Mary Burger ,,,, .. ,,,,,, ,,,r, ,,,,7,, A I in Julia Strange- ..,,. Cleddie Pruitt ,,..,...51stv1' .. ..HaroIrI I' Iora Iiavkffy ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,, ..., ...,, ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, . . . . ,,,,,, IVI I i ther Another play presented in rlmpol was "In Dickens' Kittllenf' The clulr has put on many plays Ire-fore other clubs. The purpose of this cluli is to furnish some social contacts. to develop a FIUKIPIIIRS dramatic tale-nt. and to help him to enjoy Irvttvr Jlzlvs. Sovial divorsion this term was furnishvfl Ivy ti Weiner roast at Luka' I . Iiirlny. I Top Razr: tl. IIRIIITT. IJ. 'I'i:mn'. W. I.u.l.x', .I. 'I'. Klvs. W. tlmzrzx. U. SINIISUN. 41. Viluo.. II. Pork. M. Jowzs, W. Pi:mn', W. Low, H. .'xIII.I-IS, ti. Wrzsr. Sc'cnmlRo14'.' tl. Hormmx, NI. I.. NIUUIIIC, Ii. IIAwK1xs, F. I,Ac:m-xx. I.. Nfvrmxs, ,I. A. S'I'IIAM-I-.. A. Wizsr. D. .I. I,IT'I'IIl'llI. I.. V. YIIILICII. Mus. IIISIIOP. lfnllum. Razr: I". HAWKINS. C.. SPIIQLICII. N. I.. JM. I. ftvriiom. .-X. ICl,I.1o'l'l'. II. 'I'uoMas. NI. IJ. Iilriuzun, NI. Ax'1'11.i.m', F. Hixsiuw, L. Wfmiz, Y. AHEL. 'V1'm'Iy-um' Q , .. '- 'QQ hr ' I" .I . - V "Lf,-1 W . ,E fr .wg I II 'I HI U :I I "'Y1t1-H: FORENSIC COMER CLAY. Adviser Top Row: PAIYL WILSON, W. 'l'. LLOIINTS. H. B. NIIISICK, tl. G, QTIYNCHCUVIH, Nl-III. DANIEL. LOWELL VICKERS. Rmsm BARNES. CONIER CLAY. Second Row: DERLIE JEAN LITTEER, RUTH TARPLEY, NIINNIIC WOOULOUK, NIILIIREII HICKS. ELIZABETH LAWRENCE. FERN JACKSON. MILIIREII PENIIER, CLEO KII.I'ATRIeK, JUNE AISTIN. Bottom Row: BEULAH lxltkl-1 BRUNSON. EI.rREIIA SI,AI1cHTI:R, LOIS ABLES, LA YERNI1 YEARUAN. KATHERINE KING, lWARCARl-IT HUNT, MALIIIINIQ BRANCH. LOUISE ROB!-IRSUN, NIII.nRI-:II CORNELIUS. BLANCHE BANOWSKY. Other Members: ERNESTINE BEASLEY, LILA 3'lARIE BRANNEN, Low CATHEY, STADEN CHAPMAN, DOROTHY HORTON, LOUISE KING, RAYBOURNE LANITERS, BIURIEL LovELAm', W. F. MARTIN, JAMES K. POLK, NORIIIA SHAI-IAN. LLOYII SI'r1II.ER, LOT' THOMPSON, MARKCRPITTE WEEII, FHRN WRICQHT. OFFICERS Fall Term Spring Term RICSBY BARNES - - - - President - - RIGSBY BARNES PAUL WILSON - - - - Vice President - - PAUL WILSON ELIZABETH LAWRENCE - - Secretary - - lVlILDRI-ID HICKS 'lhe Forensic Club, which was Organized at the first of the year by Comer Clay, has for IIS purpose the development of all types of public Speaking. During the first term the club presented a chapel program which displayed their Study in the var1OuS fields of Speech arts, as it included debate, declamation, extemporaneous Speech, Impromptu speech, and dramatics. The benefits of this club have reached every member In that all types of public speaking have been developed and the members have been given the benefit of the criticisms of their fellow-Students and sponsor rv Tf"'j . J A ll L Nmetv tun ,ts-t s .U-:I Y I 5 I , . f- fr . . I -V., .52 , ' I, - .- Q J' In If' tt" - - N ,V 'I . "Ti ' 5 I. ' , ni fix?" az----.lJ':gl 45,1 ,I .Lb 1' ,T ' u If ,ff , , S t, HOME ECONOMICS MRS. T. Ii. I'leRt:r3. Azlvisar OI-'FIIIICRS IVIARi Louise Curizrz - - - - l'l'1's1'1Ivl1I Iiv.-Inn HARRISON - I'1'1-ff l'rvsiflvn1 I'lRANtZI-IS Iilsssrzrl. - Sv:-wlfzrv IIIRIJII-I Iflxri PARTAIN TI'f'llSlll'4?I' MARX Lois Nmzeiz Repurzer The Abilene Higli School Home Ifeononiics Cluh was re-organized in I932. Major avtivities for that year included entry in the State Home-making Itally and the serving of the first F. F. A. banquet. In the Rally Chrislene Miller won first plave in 4-are of food in the home, and Mary Louise Calfee won honorahle mention in judging tahle serviee. Cooperating with cluhs of Ilistrivt II and Ilistrivt Io. thf- Ioeal vluh gave a radio program from Dublin in whieh Imogene Owens as tht- Imride and ,Iohn Mingus as the groom tolfl how at young couple might Iiuclget and have a home. Clubs of District 8 have heen invited to be their guests for their annual spring meetings. This year the vluh sponsored garment construction for the Refi Cross as their sovial serxive stork. and they again served the I". I". A. hanqnet. Tup Razr: Y. Kumi, I.. IfLAxwAr..Am, tl. I'IRAx1in.i:1'1'. I. FRAMJPZ. S. llIiNIlIiIISO'N. II. I"III.I.l-III. IC. W1LI.ls, R. IIM, BI. L. CAL!-'m:, H. Llxtrsu. Svcfmd Rnu'-' MRS. l,II1RCl'1. F. I.n.nfS, E- IT. Ijowxm.. NI. l,.NI1I1Il1I1. II. If. Ilumuw. I". Itu'ssr:i.x.. I". GILS'l'HAI', E. R. Iim. 130110111 Rvlvr O- NMI-MW. .I. AIARTIN, NI. Xloxriponrzm. BI. Nuns. I.. Nmurvxx, O. NI. 51-LVIIZLI., I.. WVIILIANISUN. I". TVRYI-EIR. 'lvIlIl'fQ"flIf!'t' 1. WIDSITH E. C. POLK. Adviser up Rau : I.. Ilx'I'IlMI.II, XX. QAPUCII. lu. IMIALII, P. llNN1l"I'UN, C.. 5III'I'l.I'1s. I'. SIIAcKI'1I.rmIn. NN. Nlosiali. .l. IJ. llliltltl. II. llfUIllltIt1K..l. llulwcu. N. xlUCHlli. Sm-urzfl Razr: IQ. tl. Poms. li. GOI-l'l'l. B. KILI-W. J. BLACI-uiom. U. H. Bow, K. CECIL, C. ALLEN. liatlunz Razr: H. HAYVIBRICK, N. Ll. HAI.lil1llt'I'. ,l. HARHINJN. tl. IIININLI, .I. CALDWELL, B. I,ovINm., R. Dow. G. CI,AX'I'IlN. Fall Term. DONALD Bowyrzn DUDLILY CoTToN if JACK BLACKMON lb " EDGAR BALCII - . v". .L 'il IV OFFICERS - Preszfzlenl - Vice President - Secretary - - Reporter - Spring Term PHILIP HAMPTON - EDGAR BALCH VVILLARD Mossii - ALRICH GRAY The Wldsitli Club, which was organized during the fall term of 1932, has as its puipobe to Inteieit boys in the countries of the world and to instruct them in the knowledbe of the world at large. This was done by exchange of personal experiences Ind by llSlI1"" a- I ffuide the books by Richard Haliburton, which the boys read and found Keri lIltE'I?QllllEI. The Second term the program was varied by a study of epfuate LOUIIIIIEH and by inviting guest speakers to the club meeting. The club pre ented one chapel program in which Philip Hampton and Edgar Balch told the ludent lmody .Ihoul their trips to Europe oI1 merchant vessels. 'II K A ml N Ig, .aw T' ELI . .- A A 'A ,J 'fr 'li , ' 'A :I N A O x .I .I Q 1 ' 1 v . , M v I ' .V ' ' 0'. ' I R f i V nl , - 2 f' ' , 3 . '- A . I ., --.l'3a', Q .. .' .' . . 'xi A L L ll . ,,I . , . uns' 5 ,- pu, Q . 1 'll' L . 'HI Y- Nm: ,' N ,inn I 4.,-A'l 5 ' I -kj. K' N :ynlhlll E I . A N ,l" n A E L -. .,. ,:,,...2 ..j04.'. -I ' . 1 - 1' 'n ' ' . ......:-14 fe - . 4- '51, . -4 , 'I I" ' ,, . 'Tx J ' LA '. 1' zflj - Nzmly four '4 I ,, I f 72 'Wx N 5 'I il! rv- hx? N' ARCHAEOLOGY Wu Miss Doms IJANIEI.. Arlviser 'I'-22 OF!-'llZICltS Fall Terln 511 ng llllll JERRY WALKER - - President - - linux Wu in li CARI. Cmzm-' - Vit-1-I'rvsiflen1 - - - lX'l1KXflIlEN0Wl'1'l'll :-' JANr:Bol'Nns - - Secretary - - - jUAN1'rA I'r:'1'm:i-1 Q The Archaeology Club. during its second year of existence, continued the work of assirnilating information along archaeological lines by research. Among thc g members and officers of the Texas Archaeological and Puleonlologieul Society who have spoken to the club are Mrs. J. E. Grissom, Russell S. Stephens, and Dr. Julius A. Olsen. The subjects ranged from the excavation of a dry cave in the Guadalupe- Mountains in West Texas to archaeological development throughout the world. Curl Chelf gave an interesting series of talks on his field work in the summer of 1932 with the Department of Anthropology of the University of Texas. Great interest is being shown in the plans for field work and for the social activities of the club during the spring. If -2 ?. !4 " .. if 4- -.fa If g ,Q 5-X: -.F x M ,M .. if -L L V x Q M dy-if4vf.:.f.f. -. xp ' . ,-' I in A, V.. '."1sr..x Q Sat Q' ' . i - 'U Q 'M . rg K" " wr - 1 ' f . ' 4: 5 E Top Rtllff ll. 'l'nmms, W. Xl. Km-Ll., H. l'ovi-1. Ii. .I. l,i:vi:ln1'i"l', W. limit. W. Fosri-lic. N. Nlclimz. 5. Jlmvir, tl. U. l.o1:AN, Sn-mul Rmr: M. t,Iul':NowlcTH. ,I. I,or'ris. Ii. Nliwns, li, Q. lluilai., ll. Woonmizk, P. lhcimi, .I. li. Mmn. Y. lyllililltl. Miss IJMHLL. Ilnzmln Roux' ,l. liol xns. E. Hmm. N. IKM.:-1. C. Cui-:1.lf. IJK. ,Il LIINS OLs1ax. IN, GIIISSUNI. M. N. Dwirzn, J. WALKER. Ninety-firc ,tr ' E, I 'QL ' Q . nv.. .. Q-- 1. ,lx :A n . Q . ll ' I "Ting, PUZZLE C. E. NELSON. Adviser Top Rau-: RoIsI:RTA Romans, ELIZABI-DTH PRATHILR, FRANcI:s SAirNnI:Rs, DRNNR NICHOLS, OTIS RAY, R. T. I,MI:s, PEARL Jonxsrox, OPAL liARKSllAI.l-I, ,IANR Acxuvv. I-Imociimz RAsco, C. E. NELSON. Ser-mid Rang- JIMMII-1 .KATE TARTT, KATHERINIJ CoPi:LAxn, SIVDII-I FAY BALL, THI-:LMA SI-IACKLI, FORD, SADII-I LAcRI:r, UNRTA CILBRETH, LA VRRNI: MooRI:, Esrl-:1.r.r: NIVNN, THELMA. GARNER. Bottom Row: NAoIvu BROWN, VICTOR HI-LNA PRICE, CLYIJLNE Bouzr, NIYRTLE DEE WADE, CLAUDYNI-I Yorwc, NIARIE Busnr, KATHLYN Ron, KA'rI-IERINE DAVIS, NoRIv1A BERRY, LILLIAN Bow. OFFICERS KATHLYN Roi: - President NORMA BERRY Vice President MARIPJ BUSBY - Secretary FRANCES SAUNDERS - Treasurer The Puzzle Lluh, advised by C. E. Nelson, has for its purpose the queer occupa- tion of working puzzles. Among the many kinds of puzzles the students have worked. ng saws seem to be a favorite. As history seems to be a favorite subject among the member- they have worked puzzles of Washington and Lincoln, Washingtorl at Mt. X ernnn and Wa-hmvton Crossing the Delaware. max be considered a waste of time, it is really vocabulary Working the puzzle-peg is another centration The biggest puzzle to solve, though, h-urns to stax in an hour after school. Though working cross-word puzzles educational since it increases one's game that reqmres quite deep con- is how to get into mischief without I ,T in 'V' -Pix fffll' Ninety vt -6111! In ,cv-j ,, ' I R f . S, ,rv Y . Nqr - I M :- ,. 'iq' I 7 . L 7 I 7 I V. I lu' . . 1' 'VII ' I . ,A Hp! ,. . , - ,HR . 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'l'. lSim,t.s. llmiicii l'i.uwxixx. O'r'rn llumxf, I. ll. Iii me tfizmuaii XX.-urwgic, tlnfticmzs Xlum, XVI-QLIHIN XIuir1'ox, linllnm Rmr: tlilcll, Ni:-tx. l'iI.'l0N I'1.mxu.-tx, lirgvrox Xxirizlmn. I'xi,'rnx SI'I-1NtIl'lH. llmtiu lll'1NRX.liHUtl.I-is Mirru. ll:-Axis NI-um. t.. t., timfs. lh-ix Nlirixu. will '3f'I't'Il PRE-MEDICAL A. V. W"lI,l,I'tMS. flrlvisvr Twp Razr: X1..x1x M1,I'xIJIltD. Fiumx ll111:1111s. H111,L1s H111m1,1-:s'1'11x, ,I111-1 S111.1.1ms, DAN HUL- 1.u11. H1111 Y1:1x'rTw. l511,1.1 tZ1m1.sm. Sucmzfl Razr: t.I1.1:'1',1 NIM-1 K11,1.1111111m, tlH1.o13 Simvsux, N1.u1N1'1 S11.xw, l31aT'1'Y XVALLACE, JACK 'I'-111.011, X. N . W11.1.1u1s. linzmzzz Razr: Iio1s1:111' .l.u11s11m C111sT11. liL4N'l'lJN, Ross. PM111. W11.sox, 16111111111 L1a11 fL1.A11K. lJ111111'1'Hx IM1111-11. ,ltzssw Slwlvsox. F11Axf:11s IJ.-mls. .Ima HARfIIS, 0I"I"ltlE1iS li11.1.1' G001.s111 - . - - Pl't".Silit'lll - - JOE SULLINS ff CRYST.-XI. B1,,1NToN - - - V1-CP 1'resi1lenr - - ROBERT JAMISON 1 1 1 '5 1311.11 X HATS ----- - Sec-relary - - lCs'1'H15R LEE CLARK ..-'-.g,:: A ' W. H. W111111 - - - - - - Rvpm-lffr - - lVI1:1.v1N G11.1,11.AN11 -ig. fr kd ' ' 1 ' 1 of the l'1'v-Mvdivul Cluh. which was 0I'gilIliZt'li lor tho first time this ll 1 to 2111 tw tudvnts 11t'q1111i11tvd with the i11stiluti1111s where they may SPl'lll'fT illl'ilCS of 111r'di1-i11e, llLlI'SiIlf.'f, and rlflntistry. 'lih1'm1gl1 vonfer- 11111 111 1 cm on 1nd 11111'sffs. lhf- students urs- helped to civvidv what p1'0ff'ss101lS 1 11111111 The- vhief fllIIl'ti0IIS of the year was Ll W11sh111gt1111 lmirlhday p11tx 11 thx honw ul Mr. xvillilllllx and ll pix-11iv ul links' Kirby. I 1 ' 1 fx K II' 7Vil11'l,V-vigil! ...Di V na. lh-11111 . ' .' 1 - ,w YI? '. s ff' I 5 ,. Q - . . I illl l'tilIl'illl0Il lll ull bra - -is "tl 1 -1 '. 4:' . . ' ,fy thv- WlSil to i '. ' Hifi i '. 1 ' . ' Q- :aiu 1 FQ. :ggi 1 ' ' 1' 1: N11 21 " H" 'Q' 'X 1 .mmiif ' N x hs :H '!1 , A 'hw C 1. I . it A' 1 -U ' 'uri ' if ' -.nm l' ," L' .1-f' Y Awixnwflgs 5 1 E a f Z I wi 'J V it ww g O-NIJ QE, fu...-r 5 Lv 's.Z"" GAA 4 4 . i c W G -.. --F' 2. " ,-- '-:": ' X 'rfg .14 5 Q-' 'Y 3 - ,' ti ' I , . .. . V X.. ,. 'I 1, -,.u.'.xk. til.. :' ' F " - 59: - 'Q ,. -. 1.- qr .,x1ffY,Q n.' . - j " i . .. l I .. . , Q gr ,an y H , gg.. 4 COACH IJFIWIQY A. IVIAYHICW Dewey A. Mayhew, head athletic coach, served his position well during the past year. Although his football squad was barely beaten out of a District Championship, four of his men received All-District berths-the greatest number selected in any school of the district. He sent a basketball team to the finals of the District Meet, but probably his greatest achievement was his mile relay team, which broke the State record, running the fastest time of any Texas high school team. This same team went to the National Track and Field Meet at Chicago and took away first place honors. His l33 track squad also won first place in the District Meet. During the five years of his coaching career in Abilene High School, Mr. Mayhew has sent three football teams to state, winning the championship twice, while his track squad has missed the District Championship only once. All of these glories were brought about by the untiring work of our beloved coach, D, A. Mayhew, a leader of men and a master mind of sports. Coach Mayhewls sole aim and purpose-to develop real fighting Eagles with poise. courage, and spirit-was fully carried out, as he tried to develop good "win- ning losersw as well as good winners. He firmly believes that it takes thc "ever- lasting teamwork of every blooming soulw to win any kind of game. May his future as an athletic coach be as successful as has been the past. Nun ty nmc sw' N 1 1 T V t ll lllln, cy . V Www -- .1 lVlIt.L1-IR CHRIs'rr-wx Farnenamz HOWARD l.. MILLI-ltt Howard Miller, assistant coach, is an ex-Eagle who was graduated in 1925. He lettered three years in college football, and coached two years at Winters. On entering Abilene High School, he took up the role of assistant coach. With four veterans returning from last year's line, Coach Miller went to work in earnest, developing a powerful fast-charging line, which was one of the chief reasons for the Eagle football victories. His ability to look ir1to his menls faults and to get their confidence. together with his strenuous rules of training, has made him an excellent line coach. lV1r. Miller also assisted in basketball and track. His fine work in training football candidates for next year's team is sure to turn out another fighting Eagle line. JACK P. CHRISTIAN ,lack Christian is another ex-Eagle, who has returned to Abilene High School to coach athletics and to teach Physical Education. Graduating from high school in 1928, he was on the ,221 championship teamg while his college record was even better, as he lettered four years. ln 1932 he was selected as the Physical Training instructor of Abilene High School. Aside from this, he worked diligently with the large group of beginners. teaching them fundamentals of football. Probably his greatest work in the past year was his indoor training of some thirty line men to get them into training for next year. On the field his friendliness and companion- ship with his future gridmen. and his fairness in giving the little men a chance as well a the big won him many friends and admirers. HILLIARD S. FATHERREI-1 Hllllllfl S l"d11llCII'f36 came to high school in 1926 to teach Spanish, incidentally and to coach tennis His career as a coach, however, has proved to be as brilliant as llls success as in instructor of Spanish. From the first year he worked earnestly. and persever rnce such as his. brings results. ln the seven years he has coached. he has carried contestants every year to the State Tournament and four divisions finals, winning state honors twice. His personal interest in the players with whom he has work as athletic direc tor of District 3 merits our high esteem and sincere praise. f"Y 1 ff? V. 'rvx ll' A' One Hundred 5 Ir" ' '. . . -1 f ' I ' 1 ' K n ,,.-. , . S 9 , .l - .LH -5. i 15. if I :, . .I 1 . 1' ,I H . . . Q I" K . an l I . s s f -L C L C ' ' a 'Q 'a 2 , 4 : ' Hg: come into contact has increased the lively interest in temns. lV11'. Fatherreeis fine 3 1 x N . . , lun r 1 L- . . it lllll ' . "Ui ' J' 1, '-it N' Ill l tv , h 'N it lllll ,N 5 ' " I1 l 1 . 4 .. 1' "ff ..""0'3' ' . M 33-,. 1 0 r 1 . W ' -- L... fi. .J . A 'u . ' I Q , 'T ,N-4-Q- J. h -g AJ 1'f 112, fi ! k ? fgm 'Q Qiigjgbwrl 1 'a'u!xk..!.1.l ,',, 1 World War ,. .. 45 inn. . d.lx,3,,:'. ' UU' . wx 5 5 E f ,JW 5 I Q 04" 1 V. 1. , 1 X 1 Y -' " Jdx V 'x K 1 f14.L,: ' uf N J V Xu! T OOTBALL W yall sweeps zzrounrl em! . 3' dr " . If "Wk .-.wt N if f-7 . .4 S, S'i',xNi,i:x Surru 'wllf1l1Ll'l'l' 189 ,-Ill-llixtrir-1 Ct'Illt'l' Stanley. with his fighting: spirit and un- usual skill in the fine points of the game. snapped the ball hack faultlese-sly, nut- eharffed every :nan he inet. and played .- a great di-'lensive game. Pl-I'I'IfI likltlililt. tllxi-'mimi W-XVHl12l'l'I' 186 pill-Distl'ir't Tr1r'!rle This h u in an hattering - ram! great utrength overpowered the pppusitiuii un al- most every play. Pete! defensive range. llllrhlllilily. and spirit of team-vmrk maili- llilll a mainstay of the line. Umm WxA1"r lf1At"I'AIVl-f-Xvtillilfl' H6 alll-l1i.sl1'ir'l Qimrter Wyatt wah a wizard at finding the right play. an excellent hruken-tield runner. a quick punter. and an aeeurate passer. Hif inspired leatlersliii' and uncanny llmthall judgment was invaluable. Lixxux BLACKxiux--Wi:i4.H'r l59 .fill-Dislrirr Half "llla4'lxie'Q' speed and alurtnesw made him an outstanding interfering hack. His fureeliul lwlm-ks, fine taekling, and pass- reveiving was supieine in the Uil-Heh Dis- iTl4'I. ,-rr v , a""'1 ..v SMITH lnicinair ' 1. Wx i'r'r llmmikiiux FOOTBALL Iii 'I'iuu'r'r ltuiif I-I XltI.Y SIC WON lL XXHCS Ncplminlni 50 ilu- Xhilene High Selimil Eagles, defenders nl' the 1931 State llhainpion- Nl r " ll 1 in unit ti n new ladiuin and their N252 liuutllall eeasun by playing the Sweetwater ' ustanp. A ' Q z -5 L' a ' "1 and a heavy charging line, pushed nver three l . ,V I ! It 5. .SX .1 'izz .1 I lt ,glftq Un X -15. i 1' ,gh 514. i- -i if- Q, A ' ull: i The inwpired Xluflangs, lul hy in ill in liulxliild 'N :un NNAg'llt'lltl1lVNIlS, uliilt- their wtartling defense lwlil ilu- lfagle-4 seureless, Thus the Eagle Stadium mae I, I it-. . ' 'ml n . .xl R i u'lnx I 5 rx ,limi , '11-,WV - il. f-v- rw--' --i -iii' - ' 'PW - - an 'qi Y .o ' -- , ?- - '. "1 ' Q -Q -, .:.,,,5, ,-, ,, , WI ' i JL, y fb 7 li nn mr -J KX -All li-J.. T f -' bla" One ,llllltll't'll Tim Plf- 1. 4 xg' 9, as 'Q W K J! ,Q X NJ 475' opened by a bitter defeat of the War Birds. 20-0. With renewed vigor the Mayhewmen niet their second foes. the San Angelo Bobcats. in a thriller on October 7. The li-oheats, managing to scor- -,.'.f.jCLlf3 one touchdown, were leading at the half. Beginning the second half Pool's long passes to Wyatt -1905 and Landers advanced tht- hall to the 4-yard line. On the second play Blaekmon dived over for a touchdown. hut the goal was missed. making the Score Abilene 6. San Angelo 7. With about two minutes to play in the last quarter, Pool threw a long pass to Wyatt. who carried the hall to the 18-yard line, and several plays later Wyatt unexpectedly tlriop-kicked a field goal, thus giving the Eagles a close victory. 9-7. The next encounter for the Abilene eleven was with the Luhlmock Wlesterners on October 14. The Eagles got off to an early start. advancing the hall to the 40-yard lineg then Pool went into the game. On the second play he took the ball around right end, shook off several secondary tacklers. and galloped fifty-five yards for th" only touchdown of the gillllf Both teams threatened to score several 5 times during the remaining three quarters. 1 hut their defense held. and the Eagles won ' .pv their second game, 7-0. Wrzumox NllllDl.H'l'0X+WtIlCH'l' l87 - " l'lIllIll!ll'lt' ' .5 , .il VA? 1 - 'fi-' l .47-, , ,.- Qi- 'L --.. -. 9,1 ' "9-5333, 52? - tv-Vt J. -J.,-t y .3 TN-' , 1 AX -I . -u .. -' W A l . Mi This hig smashing line-hucker, whose tlnives were always good for the necessary yards. was the Eagles' high-point man for the season. An excellent place-kicker, 'llHt'ltNtUNIl tjox-Wiinzur 150 Right Guard Despite his size. "Pug" could charge the opposition with great force and effective- ness. His energy, determination. and fight- ing spirit were seldom excelled. tlizoiiou HU!till-l'I'0N7xVlIltiH'l' 154 Right End A rugged. aggressive player. and a fine hlocking end. George was a speedy offen- sive player on punts, and he could handle passes well. xl-Itttl. Hl't2HtlSfwll4IltLll'I' 164 Left Tackle "lied" eould tackle hard and h"e-ak up plays-and how those holes would open when his padded shoulders rammed the enemy linel NllDDLETON Cox Hot t:H'roN lll-t:Hi1s Mirlzllelon sleps out for It .short gain Um' lfumlrcd Ylltlw' 5 Cogzlell rlenmnslrales llte stiff-arm FRANK Cttl2lllIl.l.ffWt1lliH1' 159 Left Huff "Sonny's" long end runs and effective blocks, as well as his line pass-receiving. made ltim an outstanding liavli. Rfunottuxtz LANIIPIRS--wlI1IllJliT l75 Lcjl lfrtzl Hayltottrne-a hard tackler and a good interfering end--veottltl snatvlt paxses from any angle. Stotvtzt HAlilSlANf-WI-IIIIIIT' 168 Left Guan! Sid started the season as a rookie. lllll played his position like a veteran. HAltntx lllCfittAIlt7WlIltJHT 142 Rx'.9t'!'I7f' Ctmrzl What this swift guafd lacked in weight. he made up in nerve and indomitalilf spirit. .I. W. P1Jlll.vWFIIIJHT 138 Rvserve Bark 'Wliglttyn was a great running back. but he was best known lor his long well- ainted passes, wltirh always reached theit mark. I or mit ANDI- RS lhnntu oot Nlchttam OIL BFLT DISTRICT GAMES te Mitltnt agile- opener their i9 Z txttttt race against the Ranger Bulldogs on the tradi- tional ltllard Field Phe Bulldovs heavy line crushed tlte Abilene eleven, while their backfidd ta ted tlt ec touthtown- Ihe hagle player well the first quarter. threatening to score once: lmut the bit Marriott ltrtt held lhux the ltlltatd Field jinx held good for another two years. as ,, the final store wan Hanger Z0 Abilene 0 On October 29 tlte angered War Birds went to Brownwood to play the Lions in their second h 1 ttttt gain IPI memg let score ew the fn t half, the Eagles opened a third period scoring I I ttlil' . 'fthq t - Q 'T' AN 1.,is-gms' iff arf? nl' Une Hundred Fun: "---' .1 ii Wynll .SIlIll.l'lIIS Imm- i H" -9:1 47 I' -L -- Xx .fs sy MJ 5fv Qin-X GX ull if? -wavy 5 Y, L L K , ,li T I I ,. : - 3 SI, . I f we Lt .R-" ' g J 1 ff fldglf is' 41, 3 Q',N. -fd 'Lf' , 1 1 "" -X' l 2' '-Y-' 9 'Z ' , Tu P 1,1-4' .tl.Wtt...,A,xyt. , Nj' ' "jam"--",:',-5 t pig., 2 " , .T 1 , 4x -. -L' W, if -pre-t-. vsliivli vninplt-If-ly t'l'llhllf'tl lln- Lions. 'l'lu- liaglu- liar-klit-ltl. lt-tl lry an all-slat' lint- xsltirli npr-ne-tl lng liult-s in tht- 4-nt-n1y'stle-lt-11:41-. ran wiltt anal st-nrt-tl tlirvt- tuttn-lttlmxns Mitltllt-ton at't-0ttttI- ing for twn 4-xtra points. liarlne-r, Smith, Lantlt-rs. Hugltt-s, antl Davis brukt- nut in tln- lint- wliilt- Xlitltlltxtnn. Wyatt. anrl llugtlcll lc-cl tltr- barkfit-lil. l'Ixt'cllunt Imam work .mul a sp:-oily ulifcitsc easily win tln- gamt- fm' Ilia- flliilr-nv lwrigatle, 20-6, gl twn we-ok! rr-st It-ft tlte lfaglt-5 in Q-Xccllvnt 1-umlitinit tn play tlit- lgI'l'l'kt'tll'lllQl' litlt-kai-no-. Un Nutt-tnlnf-1' ll. funr fllUllS2llNl fans 1-rnwtlf-tl tlu- lfaglt- blitlllllltl lu soc- tln-sv twu 1-yt-nly-ntatt'ln-tl tt-anis play a vltanlpionsltip gantv-, xvllll at strong winul to tltt-ir liavlw in tltt- lirsl qttartx-r. tln- Nlay- In-winc-n gill a quirk f-tart. Wyatt sailt-'rl arntmfl rigltt vntl for lltittybsvw-n yawlf. lntt Iltt- lfaglvx 4-1-ultl not sl'0l'l'. 'llltre-v lllllvb lltm- lfaglvs pie-rf'r-tl lltn- 4-n4'tny's lil-yarrl lint: anul Ilte- Iltirel titnr- nn zt nina--yarrl sm-1-p nf lllt' rigltl f-ntl. Wyatt st-ore-ml. 'l'ltf- lirt-vlx 1-luyt-n nt:-nav:-tl lwivn- inaln- h1'K'tlllll llllill'lt'I' ztntl talltr-sl mit-I-. tltus tying tltf- smart-. 4-1. Sta'ting tlu- tlnrtl pr-riml witli an at-tial alta:-lx. Wyatt ltr-an-ul a long pass tu l,antlr-r:- wlm was pullml mluwn on tht- 2-yaitl lint-1 lnut tlie- t'Ilt'llly.h ttf-ff-nav In-ltl lor nn wort-. ln tltc- futtrtlt quart'-r tlle- liaglt-5 sprang a nn-w ar-rial attavl-1. wltivlt nntit-il at ,ttpptm-tl tlf-atlltwk st-ure-. Starting un tht- -15-yartl linv. lllatvlxiiiuii ttmlx a ltaslurt-pans frmn Wyatt antl travt-lt-ml tltirty yttrtls tluwn tlto- -iflt-lin:-. 'l'ln'u-i- playa late-I' Wyatt paws:-tl In tlugtlt-ll. wliu ciwwc-tl tlit- goal linfv ttiiimtli-sta-tl, winning tlu- game- lui' tltf- lllat-le and llultl. 'Xgain Sinitlt. liarln-r. Huglu-s, flux. antl l.1llNlt't'h nl' tln- line- antl ltlavktitnti. Wyatt. llngilt-ll, anrl Xlimltllt-, ' vlxfie-lil lt-tl tht- lfagle-s ln a 4-luv lntt thrilling vii-tnry Xlvilvni- lfl-. lll"'l'lxt'Ill'l4lQ11' 7. lun ul tht- lla Um' llunrllwl Fin- Blacknmn IIOIFIIPII after a Iliff' 32111.11 The Eagles pile up their 01l1l0Il0IllS U. X. Nlayllt-vsis hrigaclf- playful thvir last tlislrivt gatnv lwl'oi't' tht- honw folks on Nowtnht-r 18. tht-ir lovs In-ing tht- liasllantl Xlk1VCf'il'kS. 'l'hv home- lvain. not ovot'-c-xvrtiiig itself in tht- first half lv eggan to play loolhall in tlw last hall' antl scorn-tl tltrtfe- totwlitlowtis. Nvwr in tlangf-r ol' he-in-f lu-atvn, tht- Haul:-s slat-kem-tl ll i antl tnanv snhstitutr-s coin nosvtl th.-N line--tt v. 'Xvain tht- hi-f n- r- l r- r- husky Mitlwllvton sturrt-tl. tnaking two toticlulmxits antl tlm-v f-xtra points, Pool also shone in tht- havkfivltl. with his lianvy passing antl rutniing. wltih- our oltl rf-lialnlf-s. l?llI'll4'I' antl slltllll, stat':A4'tl in thc- line-. This 21-7 xivlorv tnarkt-tl tht- last 1932 clistrivl ggatnv for tht- ,Xhilr-nv Haglffs. On NOVt'IIllJl'l' 24. tht- War Ili:-its tram-lt-cl to Wivhita Falls lo play tht- Coyote-s in a non- vonfe-re-m'v grunw. With thvir hearts at tht' svvm- ol' Ihr- Rattgw-lh'c't'lwt1ri1lgt' till, thr- I'Q',LL'lllill'5 tllayml t-asily the first halfg hut whilt- loaling tht- vc-tvrans yivlulv-tl not at singlt- lirst flown In tht- lloyott-is. l.t-tl hy Nlitltllr-lon antl Wyatt. tht' lfagles' snappy runs and passing attavk hrought tvw tou4'lulowns. Bt'gllIItlllQ1 tho sfwontl half, Mayln-w .it-rkr-tl all thv rf-ggulars. antl substitute-s flll'lllf'tl tht- lineup. scoring ont- touvluloun-a pass from Pool to Savage: 'l'lu- tloyolrs pushf-xl owr two toutlltlowns while- tht- substitutes we-rv ing so Nlayhvw sfnl all tht- re-gnlars hack into tht- ,gunna llu- angf'rc'tl vvtvrans the-n :le-tnonstralr-tl lo tht- lans how thvy playt-tl foothall. Wyatt start:-tl tht- paratlr' hy rvturning a laivk-off forty-lno yards. Un running plays and loruartl pass:-s tht- -Xlnlr-nv twain at't'ounte-tl lor anothm-r lUlli'll4ll!Wll. Ht-vt-ral svvontls late-2' the-y vu-rv in tlif- vnetnys territory again. antl Wyatt shot a pass to lilavlunon ovvr the goal lint-, llvlort- the game was ow-r, two tnorm- tonvhtlowns we-rf' niatlm-. tht- liaglvs 4-xhihiting a dazzling olfvnst- on runs anal passt-s. Ihr- gatnx- vntlwl: yllntlvm- 31. XXlt'l1Il2l l'alls IZ. x ig' tif Aw.: ,ful A '. J .:"f:f? 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X 7 " Q H, I pnints at thc- hall. hut the-ir pour passing anrl ww-ak tle-t'f-nsv 1-nalvle-ml tln- llulwats tu tm With only thirty sf'1'lll'IllS to play. anil tln- llnhvats trailing the-m luv om- A 'nt g as Ill quirk Sll1'l'1'5!4lIlfl wnn a sf-4-:mtl straight game- for tht- San ,-Xng:-lo I .rw tln- llrt-t'lu-iirimlgv llttt'kai'1ms invatle-tl tht- Iiaglt- Nc-st ln - tr- - 1 tall lltn-karmu lxaslu-tw-rs rnmpf-tl all ov:-r tht- lfaglt- t'0ll'l, malii g go. s mm 1 ft g ml vrttshing Ihr- -Xhilf-nv five- in at liupc-lm-ss gain:-. 36-IU. 'l'Iu- Eagle-s journr-yt-tl to Colin rr-turn hunt on l"t-hruury 3. anti we-rv a little- inure sttvcr-ssftll in hit A -f - 's 1- s at .g i n . it pmnts. re-stwt-tive-ly: lntt the- Wolves won. splitting a two-gamt-- sf-ri:-s hy tht-ir xii-tlrry. 36 W 1 rvne-wvtl spirit antl If-atnwurk the 'Xhilt-nv 1-ourttnf-n visit:-tl tht- Ruhv l. s 'a scrimm. tht- lltslrtrt N14-vt. lhe- te-ams play:-tl on e-vc-n tt-rms rluring - "Nt 1 st-tiring sprvf- antl an ztir-tight 4l"l-1'IlSf' 1-asily won tln- g' ' " - . ages 1 ants mrlivulttul st-nrmg with te-n points. ln thr-lr lmal pravlivt- gami- Nlar llirrls t-nt-ntmt:-ra-ml tht- 'l'avlor Cnunty vltantpions ol. liawn on l"e'l1r1tury IS. 'l'lu- lit -v .N l-re-aking ull:-nsv aml ttt't'lll'iilr goal shouting slrzulily mul th:-m in tht: lvatl and wo 1 gunna Jill-29. llluclx was high-pnint man with lou lt'f'.l1 pnints. With lmpi-s nl' rf-gaining tht- tlistrivt tilh-. the l'iag -. - mm-nt as uni- ol- the- lztvurite-s for tht- 4-rnwn. The e-limina ' 1 ' ' i' ' High St-lmnl, with t-asv. 30-22 ln-ating its lxrst npponv-nt. tht- l.ore-t- dlll Ill dN t lm ll I 1 g 1 UH Pl tt it una ge nw -, . -.e "N : - Y-"----gi .- ' ,sy C' Q--.xl-H-.-.A,e.l,..M,f.gl , ' j ' ,. .-5' , -'tulw tl vm. f ., ..... v ptbllll. tw ll1'l1l "tv l, A ' :',,f' X N tluinte-t. 23-20. Un .l'tntt't'j lil. xt .-." r a s umtl ganu- with tht Wir llirtls. 'l'ln- L t i nv f ttlx f' ill 'n h-s, 'ntl V - 1 'zulu lur at C ting the ha lx t. hut .till n I .. 1-nough tn th-fr-at tht- Cinluratlo qnintr-t, Illavk antl llrouksliire- lf-tl tht- l'i'1-'lt-s will ina- 'mtl -'ghl A 'V' ' ' ' -20. Vitl tl v inn. lint ' ' A 'lglt'lN'li1Il'l' 3: tht ln. thrvr- tll'lI'I1'l'S. hut at final ami fo the li' 1 l flf-23. l.'i l-r, It-tl tht- Q ln-liutwa tln- llislrivl Xl:-vi. tln- ti, :gl -s' t'-t. t- ' LQ I n at thrilling fill li hs intmtetl tht- ll' l' ll':lvtl'tll 'l' tt'n't- tttuns he- at lft-l ttt'1'y l7, Xl 'l ' ,Q- 'l. 'l'ln- l'iztf'l's zltlvumwtl lu tht- se-mi-finals. Wllt'I't' tht-y ale-fc-ate-tl Huls- mn-t tht-ir nhl rivals. tht- Hamlin l'ir-tl nnt pe-ne-tratv tht- strung strung tlc-fe-nsv. 'l'. 0. Nlasst-y was tht- nn-r ul' gt-tting 1-Inst-ly lllltl if in anothe-r t-lose game-. 23-I6. ,. . .. Ullivnst- twrttltl tlt'l-f'llSt' ol' thu Hamlin vrt-w utttstanrling playvr nf tht- gan nz-arly all tht- tip-offs lrfnn In svor:-. Thr- Pit-tl Pipf-rs' ztlmttt tht- flour, liz- took was almost impussihle- many frm- shuts. whit-h hruttght almut iw-1-1-iv--tl All-'lnurnamf-nt st-lm-4-tum as trnphy fur runnf-r-up pusitinn. tt gtlartl. untl tht- Xlrilt-nv 'l'hus tln- lfaglr-s 4-ntl:-tl their N33 lxaslwlhall sr-astm with at fa six out ol thirtt-e-n gamt-s. Ns st-u-ral of tht- squail msn antl twin nvxt ye-ar, tht- War llirfls art- looking lurwztrwl to an 1-vvn ln-Ili-r ztnml .I xt-ix Iimuk Kgaun tht- Klnlvm- luztslwtt-1-1'- lipt-rs, in tht- lmal 4-ontvst ul tht- l0llY'l!2lllll'lll, lln- laugh- g lmwwwr tht- lflagle-s ml nr at rs l ne-. With his ale-rt. live-ly man- tht- we-til:-t'. hut wats gnttrulv-il sn uvvr'-guartling gave- tht- liagle-s at thrtlltngly vlust- game-, lH'l4-, ,lark lllavk. lxaglt- vt-nlm-r. High St-llfml rm-1-ivt-tl at small trly stu-vt-ssl'ttl st-asnn. winning nl tht- lr-ttt-Fm--n are- rc-turning lmvrn- stu-4-1-ssltll svastm in 193-li. Iftt xxx t1m,ni-:i.i. lmnlvr I"nr1t'unl .lat'lx. un e-lusiw. tangy ve-ntl-r antl at von- lfrunlx. with his spew-tl amtl ala-rtnr-ss. atlwatys sistv-nt goal-ntalw-r. vas tha- liuglu high-pnint managvrl tn ge-t tln- hall flown In tli.-1-nt-nn man fur tlu- svztsmt. lutslwt, lim xx lNm't"r Guard lllynn's ability to ge-t tht- tip-nfl, rugs-tltvr with ltls light anal spirit, math- him at lawritr- ul' the- lmaslwthull lan' ' 113. gif, lit, wx XX t .rrr rn' llufnlrrtl Wm' F. tjnutmt-1t.l. F 1 'le ... i'.' 1 t 4' uty ..' at .1 .T . a 'I ,. . .1 V I 'I lll'Ity1I Balfanz learls lite field by several yards TRACK 'l'he .Xbilenc High School mile relay tuam. composed of liud Dryden, Glynn Wyatt. Willard Moser. and Ralph lialfanz. set a new high school record at the State Nleet in Austin when they ran the mile in tht- amazing time of 31255. One month later the Athletic Association voted that the squad be sent to the National Track Meet at Chicago, .lune 4-5. Starting several days before the Meet. the Abilene cindermen arrived in Chicago and had several long work-outs before the time of the races. Halfanz. the captain of the quartet. was elected to hold down the anchor position. llryden started the race, leading at the end of his lapg Wyatt ran the second lap. man- aging to hold his owng then Moser took the baton and at the end of his lap was leading his nearest rival by several yards: and llalfanz. the anchor man. ran the last quarter. crossingz, the finish lint- about five yards ahead of his nearest opponent. The Eagles were clocked at 31282. several seconds slower than the time at the State Meet: nevertheless, they took away first place honors as the fastest high school relay team of 1932. The four members of the squad received gold medals and Abilene High School received a large trophy. a bronze figure of a track man as he gets "on thc mark." By the middle of February approximately twenty-five prospects. including four lettermen. reported for the first 1933 track work-out. Moser, Wyatt, and Dryden, members of the State and National Championship Relay Team of last year. were among the veterans, also Cogdell. a dash man of last season. The 1933 squad appeared to be a cinder team, as there were very few field aspirants. Having worked out for nearly a month, the Eagles entered the Lubbock Invitation Tournament on April 1. Coach Mayhew took five of his choice track men. Willard Moser was the big attraction of the meet, winning the 100-yard dash in 10 flat, and the 440 in 53.6. He also ran the anchor lap on the winning relay team. Cogdell ran third in the 100 and Wyatt finished third in the 440. to give the Eagles a total of 19 points. While these five men were at Lubbock. the rest of the Eagles entered an invitation meet held at Abilene Christian College, and placed third. Austin was the only Eagle to get a first place, winning the 880. MCDBHTIHHH was the high scorer, making 6 points, while the rest of the Eagles raised the total to 19 3-4-. Coach Mayhew planned two other meets, but his squad was unable to attend. Xl Ilene High Srhool's annual city track and field meet, qualifying candidates for the District mtet was held on 'Nlarcb 23-24. Twonty-five Eagles entered the different events. and sixteen tllldllfltfl for places on the team. Only one city record was broken-the broad jump. Baldwin and Cogdell both beat the old record of 20 feet, 7 inches. by several inches. Moser was the out- standing performer of the meet. lno hundred traekmen from thirteen counties visited tho Eagle Stadium on April 15 to divide Yv ,Wf- T irx ,har Une Hurulud Ten I 5 . . . y f 0 4 t . ' ' 5' . . . . V . .L - . I C I ' l I . ' If lilll L ' :flip 1 ,Hn , ,, V A u tl f ' .N, til, -'1 l It jim, 1. I tin ' A I vlnlltoi A ., l if .. - ' WTP: fig". l if ' ll' e 5' 'f'. . . ' 1 . ' V - 'L . '-L' 1' it .J ' --f 53 423- . 'lfji ' " :Sf . L 1 uw - . .L.1..-..l,.-QQ0N .- ' . the championship of District H's annual track and field meet. Snyder. defender of the district championship, Abilene. and Rotan appeared to be favorites, Preliminaries in the races and field events were held Saturday morning. the finals being held in the afternoon. Until the last threi. events. the Eagles were trailing in points, but a sudden spurt of speed put them in the lead. Willard Moser. Eagle Speedster. saved the day by finishing with a clear decision in the 440, 'his favorite event. He also placed second in the 100. finishing just a few inches hack of lVfcClinton of Snyder. The Eagle relay team--Cogdell. Wyatt. Green. and Baldwin-successfully defended their national championship. setting a new district record of 3:36. Other district records broken were: the mile by Reid of Big Spring-time. 4:4-2.8g high jump by Porter of Rotan and Little of Putnam. who tied for first place-height 6 feet. 3-4 inches. Moser missed the 4-40 district record of 526 just .2 of a second. By winning two first. four second. two third. and four fourth places. the Eagles easily took first place with 30 points. regaining the track and field championship of District 8. Rotan was second with 20 points, Snyder third with 19, and Baird fourth with 14- 1-2. The Eagles placing in the District Meet were as follows: 440-yard dash: Moser. firstg Wyatt. fourth-Time. 52.4. "S, ,,, , .'e""i- '. 4 'T -. 4 4, V- e 41, - Q .,4, ,, ,Af-.5.' N1 K-'Qs -- ' , ,Wt ffifffd ?1!.'3V"i' 4:37 L ', 1 .L lv 1. . ... X 1 i X-v 15 i4 3 -.. ' X-r ' Q J. 11, A S K i ! ff 4 One mile relay: Abilene tllogdell, Wyatt. Green. Baldwint. first-Time. 3:36. 100-yard dash: Moser. secondg Cogdell. fourth-Time. 10:5. Winner's time. 10.4. 220-yard low hurdles: Wyatt. second-Time. 23.8. Winner's time. 25.5. 220-yard dash: llogdell. s m-a'1v ntl-Time. 23.3. Winner's time, 23.1. Discus throw: Tilt-Dearman. s 4't-4r nd. Winnt-r's klitillll it-f-. 109 feet. 2 l-2 inches. llroaml jump: Green. thirdg Baldwin. fourth. Winnf-r's distance, 21 feet. 1 1-2 inches. lligh jump: Nlassey and Gr f-e- n tied for tllird place, jumping 5 feet. 10 inches. One mile run: Black. fourth-'I'irne. 4-:56.3. Winner's time, 4:42.8. The Eagles placing in thc State Meet were as follows: 44-0-yard dash: Moser. second. Une Mile Relay: illogdelll. Green, Baldwin, Most-rt third. Top Raw: BAL:-'Mx, Mctjooic. Gimvrzs, Km, Mcbrmmtm, Bmcx, Mmmgw. llunum Row: Ginzrzx, MAssr:r, BALDWIN, wiYATT, Mosrzn, lluvmzx, Bmcxmox, CUGDI-ILL. v , 1 I e Q te .Q STI Um liumlreal Eleven 'll lllhyu ' u First Rmc: Born, Riinn, Wixiin, Hmmm, WAci.Aci:. Second Roux' Fosrrin. FINCHHH, CHr1.vowr1'rH, lfxrurzriirlaiii. TENNIS Coach H. S. l"ather'r'ee's tennis squad of ten players reported for practice the first of the year. Among the lettermerr returning from last yearls squad were Willard Foster, Margrette Weed, Max Chenoweth, Dorothy Horton, and Frances Machen. ln practice games with Hamlin, Ranger, Eastland. Roby. lireckenridge. and Baird. the Abilene racqueteers made a clean sweep of the games, winning all four divisions front their opponents. ln preparation for the tennis tournarrrent, Coach Fatlrerree held eliminations to select his representatives. Again Willard Foster and Margrette Xveed, defending champions of the boys, and girls' singles represented Abilene at the District Meet. Max Chenoweth. a member of the boys' doubles championship team of l933. and his new partner, C. H. Boyd, were selected to play the boys' doubles. Again Dorothy llorton and Frances Maclren composed the girls' doubles team. Contestants from twenty-five or more cities met at the Simmons Courts on April 7-8, to decide the champions of District 8. The Abilene rretters swept through the first day of the tournament, advancing to the semi-finals. Defeating the Cross Plains entry with ease, Willard Foster, Abilene's ace racqueteer, advanced to the finals ln the flllal match Foster played a nruch closer Uamc, clefeatrnvf Davis of Br, Spring 6 3 6 3 l 6 6 3 In the girls singles Margrette Weed had more trouble with her senrr frnalrst l 6 6 Z 6 3 bhe won her final match from Baird w th appar ent ease 6l 6 1 Ihe Roby champions rn the girl doubles ousted Dorothy Horton ind Frances Machen rn three close sets 5 1 6 1 6 2 Wrtlrout lo mg a set tennis players of Drstrrct 8 won all four division rn thc Br District Meet with representatives of Section 9, on April '72 Abilene won boys and vrrls singles Willard Foster and Margrette Weed wrnnrnff the title for the second tmre Margrette eliminated Fastlfrnd 62 62 and Wlrllard defeated Qtephenvrlle I 3 6 I These x ictorres qualified the Abilene representatives to compete rn the Stats Tournament at Au tln in May The other Drstrlct 8 winners wcre Big bprmff boys doubles Roby girls double ln the State Meet Margrette Weed and Willard Foster participated rn the serrrr finals "v s' 1 X A than l 1 -. . 1 1 , M X- 7 1 . s N s U Vs C S '-gflf F- sire'-'p , . . .. ,. ,1 . . . , ' I ., - , -- . , f ' ' ff ' s .' 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As volley ball is becoming more popular in high school, the girls went to work in earnest, qualifying for positions on the team Working out nearly every afternoon, the girls developed considerably, and won all their practice games with Oplin, Potosi, Elmdale, Caps, Trent, and Wylie. Having eliminations for the tournament volley ball team the first of April, Miss Woods selected eight girls to represent Abilene in the District Meet. Her selection included ,luanita Petree, Kathlyn Roe, Esther Lee Clark, Violet Barley, Nettie Rae Bartlett Mary Powell, Margrette Weed, and Dorothy Horton. Ten girls' volle ball teams gathered at the Eagle ff mnasium on Saturda morn .vs 5 -f? -Ie 1:4 1 a: . Qi- H 4 . . 2, giljx : , Y -.fi 'il1',,,: ,5 -W., ,! 4. H 9-t N L1 Lf -..w,-,AAL-.f.-.A, , -E " -" +L-rec : ,., -h - fi if Pvt:-li..-X Q qu- . ing, April l5, to determine the championship of District 8. Albany, the two-yeal defending champion, along with Abilene and Roby, proved to be the outstanding contenders for the title. The veteran Abilene sextet of Kathlyn Roe, Juanita Petree. Nettie Rae Bartlett, Violet Barley, Esther Lee Clark, and Mary Powell, with high hopes of taking the cup, easily defeated Westbrook, their first opponents. Advancing to the semi-finals, the Abilene representatives successfully disposed of one of the favorites, Albany, l5-7, l5-8. ln the final contest, the Abilene sextet was defeated by Roby, l5-2, l5-2. Firsl Rmc: l.. Hiinxnox, N. R. BAR'rLr:'r'l'. K. Role. E, L. CLARK. li. 'l'Hnt:sm:lt. .l. l'i:'riu:r:. Xl. Wmin. Second Row: Nt. BARLEY, D. WHT, M. Powiiu., R. Row1.t1'r'r, NI. t,1u:t.t:. C. liI.ANTON. IJ. Hon- 'tom Miss Ntxx Wooos tllirectorl. Um llunrlrwl Thirteen Abilene ,.... Abilene ......... Abilene ......... Abilene ..... Abilene.. Abilene.. Abilene ..,,. Abilene ..... Abilene ..... Abilene ......... Abilene ........, Abilene .,... Abilene.. Abilene ..... Abilene ......... Abilene ..... Abilene ..... Abilene ..... Abilene ......... Abilene ......... Abilene ......... 5' J I 5:35 '- ""E'. '-s- IE t L " .ax I 'Fav -'. SEASON SPORTS REVIEW FOOTBALL .......20 .......14 .......21 Sweetwater ..... San Angelo ..... Lubbock ....... Ranger ......... Brownwood ..... Breckenridge ....... Eastland ............ Wichita Falls .... BASKETBALL .......36 ........ll .......58 ........25 ........20 ........l9 ..29 ........36 ........30 Breckenridge Colorado ......... San Angelo ..... Parks ........... Hamlin ....... San Angelo ..... Breckenridge ...... Colorado ......... Roby ,,,,.,,.... Lawn ........ Goree .... Rule ...... Hamlin .... TRACK National Championship in Mile Relay Championship of District 8-30 Points Third in Mile Relay at State Meet Second in 440-yard Dash. TENNIS District Championship in Boys' Singles District Championship in Girls' Singles Bi-District Championship in Boys' Singles Bi-District Championship in Girls' Singles Advanced to Semi-Finals in Boys' and Girls' Singles at the State Meet ha i VOLI FY BALL Lost to Roby m the Finals of the District Meet I ' A Q p. 4 4 f V 'J f f .-' ll'1 ' ,- :EEN T ' l N Iii. 'I CB I nnllllll . N ul "" H Bly, D SLlfr"1.l'-ll' T: - , 'Q' -"T-3':iX bffliwrl S? One Hundred Fourteen "'--All J" - -Y ,:' .J Columbus Discovers America FLASIIDI for Y-N in yr-x H U M O R Br 'l'm'tTT lflnizs. ,mn ,l,xct-Q hl'Xl!'l'lX -I , s'roP: we HAVE cor vou -rms 'NME You HAVE COME 'ro THE END OF YOUR TRAIL. "- 0N'T 'TRY ANYTRICKS. Q- ' la t T 1 I I E r . . , ,M w w sri t '1 .A. JA' -lJsM.4L-,. -nlhk " ' 1 54 L 2 x' K 41. K -1 . . ny .. -X I! V ' I ' S-I JACK MARTI N X -. 'liwo-gun Bynum anml Killwr Burkett, ll1llI'IlK""8I'S from reputc-tl towns-ravage-tl. plumle-re-tl. kille-tl, and hluntlvretl. until quaking cops ran thrm clown. lt haml hr-on report:-tl ilown the lint- that tho Iwo had flaslwtl a gill: so vops guloro with mleath in store rlappc-tl tht-m in iuil for u' that, Now in tht- gullvry ol' rogue-s. ont- may svn' this llurih-nm-tl pair. for Ihvsv Iwo, against th:-ir wishvs. haul thvir pictures plum-tl in the-r1'. it :H ak 'l'ht-sv l'llylllt'r ure- silly. l hvurml you shout- So uri- tho- girls Ihr-y are' Zllllilll. -X llinny girl K hllldfl lillh- girl ls l"run1-e-s Hula-. ls lloris llurnsg llvr only wvukm-ss Shi- govs willl you onvv, ls il Iuumlsomt- nutlv, Uh. hovi shi- Ivurnsl X lint- little' girl X foolish girl ls l'illll!gf'fIf' lute-A ls Nlurgum-rite lit-ll, .lust ask hm-r ontn- johnny saitl il onw-. Sh:-'II give- von at tluti-I Uh. how shi' lie-lll X H-ry gootl Vlllllll' 'l'o gn-t gi mlallt' ls Wvll llina-5. Front Nita Hinos. She- sure- lu-1-ps thi- olfin- Nou'v4- got to aisle Spit: spun. :intl shiny. X million litne-s. X funny girl X funny girl ls lfslvlle- llilllll. ls ,lvltrllv ilxulv. Shi-'II ritlr- in Ll hus. If you'rt- one niinulm' luti- llut nr-vm-r in at mah. Shffll give you the' galvl nf' llumlrwl l"1'fle'4'11 ' l't'l'lilt"55 girl ls ,Ioy l'a-ntl:-r, She run ovc-r a 1-urls 'Xntl ruinvml tl nt-w ft-mlm'. ua. X-J 'Falk ll' 'an '-f 'l J F5 1 ,iv ,l. 'lc ft HOW IT IS DONE "l'.H gas "OIL I IIIIDUQIII you nr-rv NIIIIUIQ -'XXYIIHIIJ Irigg strong man, Iiy Iln' "Hon in lIn- worI4I nlitl you gf-I xsonmI 'i'I'uI In-sIuy." way. MIlf'n 1Io ion ggvt your il?" "Ne-uIl, lIn-n Inns IIIIUIII at 1Iule' smealwifl' "I usrml llly Iir'a1I." ioniglilifl' "'I'ee Iwo. loinorrowf' "lint lion?" "ll, Ii.. In' lIn-rv ul --ig1I1t." "tlootIY- tlwn l'lI :Lvl In w-ur it." "UIi. I Ill!-l tickled Iliin nnmIq-r tIn' 4-Iiin. unml toI4I Iiiin how good In' wus," Mr. Colm- Ixus ll new nn1lIiomI of tvn1'Iiing typing. He tried it out on tIn- IItIi pvrioml vlnss last in-Pk. IIis first instrnc-tions iwrv: "Sit down. misc- your fee-l. and got rf-urly to typeav .Iunior: "Say, I'w' SIIQIVFCI six times sinvv sm'I1ooI startell.-' Senior: "Oli yeah! Left ine sw." tAfte1' 9XillllItlIItrfI his fam- for se-wrul ininntvsl "MalxIw so. Ivut tIn- onlx I-xicIPm'e I van find is ti wut on xour vIiin.u Hill: -'XNIAIIQII do you maint for that puIvIir' spvziking IiooIQ'f" I"rc-QI: "Fifty-two 1'vi1ts.n Hill: "WI1ut'stIw two mints Iorifu Ifn-tl: "Uh, tI1ait's the I"ecIf-ml 'Ilixfi fx' .,' W IJUIQS JACK BLACK IIIIN ON HIS IIAYD5? . I. 'Q "" 'I5 Mvblreso. We In-ard the Iolloxsing1-onversulion: .I I - . . , jr' ', jack Black Iuftvr running onv nnlf-I: "My ilt'IllS T14 nrt' ull tired outf' -fi" af , , . .. FQ' tflynn Wyatt: IUXI1- your Ivgs Ill'l'tIAf I 'I Q h ,lnvkz "No. nol ll Ipit.,- ' -r A Q Clynnz "l11'vzit CnPsa1t'Iu V ' - L! ,l Q Ugg . "1 -' s JM I AA ,mv :pi - Q 'I x I . Ixf 'tj A IIFIII' I I A E:I ,'I' -"Mmm, fSf..Y721I I "H 4rR- 1 l 31 I K, Une' llzunlrml SI.KII'l'lI .,. : F it J fl..-Zyg T- 1 . . - . A. A 5 A I -' Q ' Enix ' -L 40.52 K . 1 N-, 'I - , W N- 'wif .- . .le . x L. l mx ,W P x .5 - gg l -L ff tx fx-x1 ,lvl f -x 3 5 C 5. zf X ll l X . l j ur Hot Shot From the Chemistry Lab. E' f : , 2 55. , - ,. . al' l.: 35 fl? .llIlll4il'I Nllv Xllllglllr Fillll slll' ll!-l'll lu gill' 5llillxl'SlH'2ll"' ,ug 1'1llll'Nl'5... Svninr: "Hopf Flu' mnfl ln- prvlll nhl." ' lmllml .luuu-f lx. In- hl'l'l0llN ill any IIllll'f Xl llu- muluwl- nl llll- Sign uf llze' lfl'n.sx in a wry 5illl sm-uw. ln- nulllvnly c'X4'lLlllIl1'4l. "l xwmll-r ullr-m lrilfilllllllllll gurl ull llnm- lull:-r lH'll5lll'N In pul on nhl- lllllllilllft ll1'lIIll'l4?u Nlr. Sllllllll -'xXlllNlliH, plcruw lllFK'lIS5 lllli lupivf' Winslon Clark: "l f'zm'l lllsvllss il luul l'll lvll you ull zllauul il. ' Nlrw. lim-mfs lilfhlgllllllgl :l lllNl4ll'5 l1'5NllHlI 'WM' will hllllly nrmllzfv' lIlllllll'l'll l'l'nl'x. unll llwn lallw il ll--l. Nlr. We-alll'-rlny lt'XlllilllllI1g,L ht'Vl'I'Lll gm-mm-lriv wlill, in vlan :mal Nlllllll'lll, lll'1lHlIlQl ulll il mmllv-I1 fulnl llll- Sllillll' nl :ln r-ggl: ".l. W.. Wllzll is Ilu- mum- uf Illia wlillfx .l. XY. l1'l'ill'lilllLI il fmilvl: "ll llmlw likv L1 IllIlI'll-ll'll ogg In INV..- Mr. lxvl'llIlll'l'lly2 "l'ulril'in-all Slll'll u uurlll ll -luvulll ln- pl-lrillvcl: ll4'Yl'l'llll'll'5h. il is illl vlllll-4llll.n llllS plum' l.I'l'SlIlllilIl llals null 0 lIlllllIlf'S In gvl lu llls nvxl K'lilSF. Um- Ilrlrzrlrwl Sf'1'l'IIfPL'7l I .0 l v Tarzan ol' the apvs. A mighty man is hu. Hut yr-t is nnthing Compared with Fatln-rn-e. Our Tarzan sailvd forth Without effwrt ur strain. And with startling rapidity Returned again. But alas and alackl We- nnw must tvll. He grew falls-n archvs After he fell. WARNING: lf you want to sh-ep wwll. never agrc-6 tn take a blind date to the ,lunior-Senior llanqtwt, Iikt- this pour sap. S f. f fa' ': 54.2 O' .'2'I I -K 1 .nf - ,I u", ..4' , 1 M t 'I I -,sw Miss Knox: "ill huys will ph-use pass tu the hoard. Fnrest. are-n't you going: 1 l on forest: "Nm Mr. Dudley said thrru was a depression on, ant l tl 't want to uso up all thc- chalk and wear out all the vrasersf' Stlvvtzttorz "You dnn't make wry glow! music with that drum." Carsun: "Nn.l dun't. hut l druwn out a Int of had musis'." Flu Caldwell: "Kitt:-ns are like- childrvn in that they always shnw oil. whvn tht-ty gt-t an atxcltvriw. Bright remark from hack of mum: "She is talking from e-xperivnc-f'. WK- editors may dig and toil till nur linger tips art- sore, But snnn- poor fish is surv to say. "l'vc- lwurd that one be-l'urf'." The great vhemisl, D. U., was never held down hy the c-autions of his teacher or his text hook. ' l 'X sv ja-fi -v- X 9 an Une HUlIlIl't'!i Eighzeut L-I Ill 'WTI J .Y Q arrx - M - -Az 5: I f4-,fin-L. I 1- ' "fi zfzc' 9'-ghE" '?5 X .u V -1 , '-..flv.,J, . V ,Y , ,,, .I K ' ' o r-'L IAAQI an I ix: I 54 N .X wg V 145' ,R I in nl-I ' 352 . 'ss ur i 1 PARDON ME 1 0 P 0 9 .c!. 1 g IZ?El YIINIIHABLF SENIOR ISOIILICVMIIJ. m Q ".. . -. ' - -wi I IJ 2' if I ' .J ' 4 ' - 1 ' ' 1 , . 1 X - Q N If 'IF' ',. II-Xll,Y UIICIIIIICNCIC. N0'I' ONLY IN FIiICSllNI.-NN ALLIQY IIIVI' AISH ON 'I'III'I v ili Nli II I Ks iixlmw I want muh one ol von lo .islx .1 question Anil lhin iinswa A il." ff Ix Inn llw mlali ol the V941 ol IIIIZ .Ianni-s ': Ilimls 'I'honizis lin I'hysi1-s vlasslz "NIr. Williams, if you shouhl sil on lop ol' thi- llurlll pol.-. woulml you gc-I ilizzy walvhing the- worlil go rounml -W. Ilo wus ji-alous. violently jvulous. No wonile-r. then, whe-n hc- In-aml lho Sw'c-Q-lvrzltm-i' qlllll'I1'F- haivle singing out "3-9-3-5" he' Ii-ape-il through the- Iinvs unrl strunglwl him. ll was his gills lolv- phone- minihvr. Ilvuhvn Slonc lat Senior I'icnicI: "Hen, rln you want these polalo chips?" llvn Ylilaun: "Whut's wrong with llion1?" Nlr. llluy: "Wham vonslilution uro wo now unila-r?" II. II. llhinnz "'l'lle- Izlsl uno." lww unil llllx I ,Irv Sl'LlIl' A Toast To Prof. Bynum Jillltl lluys il llt'I'l' tonight. -XII llwir ilulv hut lo sing I'or Ihvn' profs mlvllghl. Now with lhroals ol' thunilvr. Y Wlnli- hi- r With his Iiligvl'-lips. Whvn Ihr-y play in vllapf-I XII lllr- Iioys arm Illl a signal from their prol' Ilnls IIIPII' horns to huing l,ou4I lho- lhrouls ul lliunilvr. l,ourl thi- music lips. Now with quiuring lips, W i ' uh-s the-ni royully - ihnnh, II:-r-fling ull thi' sovvri-ignly , UI his IIIIQLPIFIIIIS. Nluy wi- ulmiyi- honor him: Nluy wo nisve-r l.r'l us I'I5t' anml ilrinli a toast Io our i'Iu-rlslival prolg Iloll on. lhroals of Ihunilvr. svofl-1 Sing on. music' lips. 'l'oui'lu-il lo finmorlulily llv his ling:-r-lips. Univ llu,mlre'rI iNIilIl'fH!'lIf --lliiAiu.1-Qs NIANLIA. 1 JA! 1, ug 'ma 'M H1 In N' --:BMX FLASI-ILIGI-IT MEMORIES Sfllllt' Illly y1111'll 111- .wining 111' 1171' 11111 1I'l'l'1l1ll!'l' S1111 111 f1'1'1111' 111111 IIKEUII 1111111 y1'111'.v. .'1l111 Il 1f'IlI' 1111 111111 lllll-V r1111 11111111 jlllll' f111'1' pls 11111 gl11111'1' fllftlllgll 111111' .Y1llll,'6lllAI'X. Y1111. 1-111111' 111 ll 11111111 111111 11111 111111' 11111.11 of 1111. ."1fI11 11111 p1'1'lf 11 1111 11n11 g11z1' 1'111'1111g11 its 1'11nf1'111.v 111111 11111'11,1's Illllllfl' 11111 1111-1111 111111' ILIIIJIIIV high s1'111111l 1111-VS. F1'1'.w1 111 1111 11111 51111 1111' 111111 Uf l1111x1' 111111 1111142111 -VIII! 11111 T11 1111111 1111' 11111.11 111 lif1".s long l'Il1'l'. 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SIMMONS UNIVERSITY Unhampered by outgrown traditions and practices, SIMMONS UNIVERSITY stands magnificently prepared to develop the pro- gressive, practical, and profit-paying spirit of the NEW SOUTH- WEST in every Son and Daughter of West Texas ...... SIMMONS offers all the advantages of a well balanced university curriculum without any of the disadvantages of over-large classes and crowded conditions. Mem- bership with the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States and the National Association of Schools of Music and Allied Arts. STUDENT activities in Simmons give every opportunity for development of leadership and personality. Simmons this year has won highest honors in debate, journalism, music, and athletics. Twelve Modern Buildings Provide Ample Room -for classes, research work, athletic development, and rooming facilities. The million dollar plant is one of the most modern and thoroughly equipped in Texas. Complete Courses Leading to B.A., M.A., B.Mus., M.Mus. Degrees -offered in School of Arts and Sciences-Graduate School-School of Fine and Applied Art-Conservatory of Music-School of Education-Pre-med and pre-law courses - Bible and Religious Education - Business Administration - Home Eco- nomics-J ou rnalism. Summer Session, 1933-June 8 to August 24 Forty-Second Annual Opening--September 19, 1933 For Catalogue or Further Information, Address Secretary, Simmons University, Abilene, Texas JEFFERSON DAVIS SANDEFER, LL. D., PRESIDENT One Hundred Twenty-two ZX l Il .fy 'li 'xi ly - S J ., fm S' q, I t., CONGRATUJLATIIKONS . . . . It is a privilege to offer congratulations and best wishes to the student body of Abilene High School . . . . Congratulations for what you have accomplished -and best wishes for your future success. For ou Seniors re retfull leavin the halls of Y a g Y g your Alma Mater, we sincerely wish the utmost pros- perity and happiness in the new tasks or studies con- fronting you. For you Undergraduates, remaining in school for further stud we re'oice with ou at the YP .l Y prospect of new scholastic triumphs to come. Abilene High School-like the West Texas Utilities Company-is a West Texas instituton .... working for and with West Texas. We are proud of the part I we have played in the development of this great "Land of Opportunity"-and will continue to bend every ef- fort toward further improving the economic, cultural , and scholastic standards of our great Empire. 0 o Q VW:st'IExas Utilities Oomparyf Hundred Twenty-three Ahilene iminifziing K Stationery uo. EDISON DICK MIMEOGFIAPHS AND SUPPLIES MANUFACTURING C0"'P"f' NEW PROCESS STATION ERS Office ENGRAVING Outfitters We would "love" to print your annual. U STORE 1083 N. 2nd. 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S 4 .00 25 .,,,...,. ............... ,.........,.....,. ......... 5 2 . 50 50 ........ ............ ................ ........,,..... 5 . 5 0 50 ........ ..... ..... 3 . 50 100 .. ,.... .................,. 7 .50 100 ....,.......,,........ ..,.. 4 .50 Calling Cards Printed BEAUTIFUL TYPES TO SELECT' FROM 50 Cards .,...,,,.,,.... .....,t,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 1 .00 100 Cards ,.......,,.,, ..t..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,.,A,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., A.,,A,,,A,, 5 1 ,50 Additional 100 ..A,.,.,,.....,....,.,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,t,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 50 BHLENE PRINTING K STATHUNERY CO. 1083 North Second Street Abilene, Texas Factory and Office 1274 North Second One Hundred T wenty-four l ,,- .1 ima. -N- "The West Texas I-louse" The Pencler ompany Furniture Loose Leaf Filing Devices Systems Safes Etc. MANUFACTURING STATIONERS Complete Line gf Ofee Supplies Abilene, Texas Service Since 1889 The oldest and largest Bank in the Abilene country is just as anxious to please and serve you as we woulcl be were we just opening for business. We are trying to clo our part in making Abilene bigger and better than ever. The Farmers 81 Merchants National Bank ABILENE TEXAS H d d Twenty-five ' v MINTER'S -f.' l x ABILENE'S LARGEST I ' DEPARTMENT STORE I Have the Newest Styles in Clothes for Girl or Boy Graduates Have a Complete Line of New Gifts for Girl and Boy Graduates Game to .,,7,fiVLlf97':S for Qetter Selections and' jbfore Style at .Bess Qrice S- Texas Coca- Cola Bo ttl ing Co. f for the Pause M"-'-'ON that refreshes Th C IT HAD TO BE Coon TO GET WHERE IT IS One Hundred Twe ty ABILE ECHRISTIA COLLEGE A STANDARD SENIOR COLLEGE STRESSING SPIRITUAL DEVELDPMENT Offers the following advantages: 'l. Modern plant and equipment. 7. Bible teachingg Christian environ- , . ment. 2' xvell named faculty' 8. Friendly students and faculty. 3' B- A- and B- S- degfeee- 9. Strong departments for students li. Majors in 12 fieldsg 370 eoui es PfePa1'i"gf0f Pf0fe55i0"al Schools' in 28 different Subjects. John Paul Gibson, M. D., has re- , , r l b.. zidld - d- 5. Physical education for men and Efgllllacgftlglh ce to our preme women' 10. Recognition by any university or 6. Spirited student activities. college in America. Among our best and leading students are graduates of Abilene High School. We invite you, members of the class of 1933, to join them. James F. Cox, President ABILENI-3, TEXAS Heartiest Congratulations To the Staff and to the School SINCERE APPRECIATION For Your Patronage Your photographer is at your service clay or niht. A. L. GSBO RN Pfzofogmplzer 882 Hickory Dial 8023 Une Hun rlrefl Twenty-seven IIN ABILENE IT IS 1-Nsablfr C'tn',SgigPIn1W Hof eoursei' Home of Natural Cream Line Milk "Nm H0lllf0g6lllZ6ll,, anfl Better Ice Cream Maile in, Abilene 11th and Chestnut Phone 6277 LU B SOCK DALLAS, WICHITA FALLS ABILENE1 TEXAS Put your high school education to work for you in the great field of business, where there is no limit to the income you may receivefthe opportunities you may enjoy. Hundreds of the Classes of 732 are now drawing attractive salaries in posi- tions offering unlimited opportunities for advancement as a result of the world famous Draughon training. More calls than graduates every year, insuring you a good position, will be the passport to the golden opportunities in the field of business. Call or write for catalogue. J. D. MIRACLE, President. H. H. HARDI L U M B E R Everything For the Builder 148 Chestnut St. J. R. FIELDER, Mgr, Dial 3348 COMPLIMEN TS OF SEARS, ROEBUCK AND O. OF TEXAS X The Worlrfs Largest Store PllI8 Abileng, Tfgxgg One Hunrlrell Twenty-eight CON GRATULATION S- To The Student Body of Abilene High! We are proud to live in Abilene and have the honor of serving you with Ice Cl'CZlIIl, Milk, and Butter 3002! IIII1 and Butternut lllwm- 321 I .-.A : aaa-.. pl 1: G LY I' WI 1: c I. W ' 4 Stores - - - 4 Markets Owned and Operated by J. P. NICHOLS 86 SONS It Pays To Play! wgnfn? Dub Wooten Company .X ly ATHLETIC AND SPORTING GOODS . it gl , a L 4421 - . . Qgmh Athletic and Sporting Goods , Tzxxxf. ABILENE, TEXAS The 193 3 Class Ring Designed and Manufactured By HERFF-JoNEs co. India rizl polis, Indiana Furnished by KILGORE JEWELRY CO. 210 Cypress Street Fine Repairing DIAMON DS JEWELRY WATCHES 0 Hlmrlrvd Twenty-n f X sl-los REPAIRING l Shines That Won't Come Off All Work and Material 'ij Guaranteed NO-DE-LA SHOE SHOP JIM H. JOHNSTON, Owner Phone 3677 BEST EQUIPPED SHOP IN WEST TEXAS 1,034 N. Second St. Mljep and energy, wisely directed by an efficient staff of teachers second to none, is a great factor in developing the young men and young women who will keep Abilene in the fore front always. We Are For You One Hundred Per Cent U I I ' I ONE PRICE ' ' HE LOWFST M tHl1i1i1m1,s Elm, 270 Rooms--270 Baths 32.00 to 953.00-4'None Highern THE ABILENE HILTON HOTEL . CONCRATULATES The Abilene High School and Future Leading Citizens of Abilene The 1933 Graduates T C. N. HILTON, President EARL GUITAR, Manager' COMPLIMENTS OF J C PENNEY -Q 0 , A - l 'iwbere Savings Are Greatest" One Hundred Thirty Traflv with us, we apprecfale your busirzess, our prices are as low as the lmvesl. We fill any l!0l'IOI',S prescripliolzs by registered IIIICIVIIIIZCISIS. HOWARD DRUG CO. POST OFFICE PHARMACY 341 N 3rd St. 182 Chestnut St. 1 ' ' 1 0- Phone 6209 P 110110 6207 HOWARD DRUG STORE PEOPLES DRUG STORE NO. 4 202 Chestnut St. 1153 N, Qnd 5t- Phone T219 Phone 111701 MOTOR FREE DELIVERY SERVICE FROM ALL STORES ABILE E LAUNDRY CO. " The Good One" 768 Walnut Street Phone 8866 THE BEAUTIFUL 1933 CHEVROLET CARS Proven Valve-in-head Six Cylinder Engine in the Hands of Over Three Million Five Hundred Thousand Satisfied Owners Larger, Lower, Fisher Bodies with Fisher N0-Draft Ventilation MosT ECONOMICAL CAR T0 OPERATE ON Tm-1 Rom Tomy ABILE E MOTOR CO. WEEKS DRUG STORES Hilton Hotel Bldg. Alexander Bldg. T. S. LANKFORD 86 SONS, INC. Uniforms and Sport Garments ABILENE TEXAS One Hundred Thirty-one O .1.,- 2 Egef: to ear-kr li T. H. GUFFY, MCR. U74 N. 2nd St. Abilene, Texas "Say It With Flowers, PHILPOTTS Ahilene's F. T. D. Florist Phone 6773 Higginbotham-Bartlett 'LAII Kind of Building Material" Sherwin-Vllillianis Paint Wall Paper ACKERS SHOE STORE 4Lewis J. Ackers, Ownerl 266 Cypress Street I BEAUTIFUL GRADUATION GIFTS Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, and Novelties PRESLEY7S "Give Us a Triali'-"We Satisfy Your Hungeri' EL SPANISH GARDEN Original Spanish Dishes "It's a. Drink" 6'lt's ll SGllflllFlCllD 1825 S. lst Sr. THE WILSON C. L. JOHNSON, Prop. In the Center of North Side Where Abilene Dines and Travelers Are Welcome 1080 N. 2nd St. Abilene, Texas Independent Ice 81 Refrigerating Company 'gWe Put the Ice in Serv-ice" Phone 4311 Oak Sz S. 6th One Hundred Thirty-two A rv ,. Xqx Q1 J 2 gr ' ,, 5 C ' 'He tv C' -I-,E H , E F Ki SQL .s- Fancy Groceries, Selected Meats, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, all Pantry kagpliefr FQ' Agents for Batavia Pure Food Products, Tea Garden Jellies and Preserves, Battle CLE Q R- Creek Health Foods, Clappls Baby Soups and Vegetables. Q 2- is is H 1236 N. 5th SI. SCI-IULTZ'S GROCERY 3 ph.,,.eJ-am '14 Q xox, 1- 5 KX . HOTEL WOOTEN PHARMACY C. GRANVILLE J OHNSON, OWNER ' Always Room For High School Boys and Girls 'L' Phone 8833 302 Cypress St. . -- . Q '-1 Q RIGHT-WAY LAUNDRY , "You Canit Co Wrong the Right-Wayv 609 Oak St. Phone 5295 New Low Prices at Our Fountain Jumbo Ice Cream Soda 10c Biggest in the World Malted Milk 10c-Sandwiches, Hot, Toasted 10c MONTGOMERY DRUG CO. 1 "Where Gems and Cold Are Fairly Sold" 'tfw qgll' 4' 1" REX A. SMITH rpg-N QT-'.jti l Qs JEWELER li, , , ,an.. 1056 N. second st. Watch Repairing-Eyes Examined-Glasses Fitted SALES FQRD SERVICE Washing-Lubricating-liepairs Car Specialists FULWILER MOTOR CO. of "West General Electric Refrigerators . I Texas, Zenith Radios L.. - " 12 mgfjg, 42 .A gigs. Finest 4' I' HM' -ra 5 ' :f era Fu,,,it,,,e Llon Hardware Company 3 l z-5 , ...J f A ' M' V' Store EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE -t " MI G.lU.lUaldrv - 5 Cv I I BETTEFJ HOMES WITHIN PEACH or ALI. I We Serve To Serve Again Phone 3241 East of Post Office One Hundred Thirty-three ELoJ:ge:se BETTER LOWER B Letter F-'Hgads PRINTING PRICES Prggmms efozinliigc ks A n n o Llpefsateggi Statements TEXAS PRINTING CO. Show Cards BIII Q-leads VIEW! Cards Ejfjlpts ABILEN E, TEXAS DIAL 8484 Cggfggfj JACK LINTON DRUG COMPANY Pine at Second Our Service Is Quicker-Our Fountain Drinks Are Better WE FILL ANY Doc'roR's PRESCRIPTIONS MUSSER LUMBER COMPANY -Use Wood Where You Should- Sth and Walnut St. Phone 7664 LAUGHTER UNDERTAKING CO. 242 Orange Street Abilene, Texas Phone 6246 V "HIGH SCHOOL HEADQUARTERS IN ABILENE" THE WOOTEN -Another of the Baker Hotels S ecial attention given to Class Parties, Banquets, Dinners, Luncheons, Teas and D Other Social Functions. Special rates to athletic teams, debaters, and other visiting groups-and for your visiting friends, the Home Folks, or a place to meet down-town, remember the Wooten is the closest to everything. GALE B. BATTEY, Manager. NIARCUERITE BELL MARY POWELL Editor Business Manager SUPPLYING THE NEWS CURRENT TO THE ABILENE HIGH SCHOOL A Publication Worthy of True Eagle Support Miss MADGE MORRISON A. V. WILLIAMS Editorial Adviser Business Adviser One Hundred Thirty-four AUTOGRAPHS H gllaafeuvf 4 , 'Q1fp':LCo 'ZW PV' GLW TQ ,,.!.31'i,Q',3Tf.,Q . . if , H al M5411- Q7 Q 454, 4,66 bfubb ' Q f A0f1fC54fLf, fu ' ' L f1f2fzfLWfY7fA'fQWf7f ' 7g7!Lai Q0 ,Lf-wg, ' V QM? M AJ lxv Q., One Hun I . J., M. Q . 2 ,H MQ., x L-He" . .. , - ' , , .wp 1'vF'7" ' 'L Ln ,- - . . 3-1.11 '-1,-nuzniia.. .-:.A.. ...:J. '.. , , :-. .,..': uf F' ' T . 4 f Y ,.' ,' , 'i' n s K .wvfmf '-'f ' 1' ,. 11' N" ' . .- 3.41-' A ,H . -H , ' , . -qv ., -, "' Ar ,eb ' ' . .,,1f5f -lg 1 1-f .1 in ,pw f ' V, ..s Vile . ..v ' AUTOGRAPHS 152 4 ivx , f w V 1. --f ,X i 4 1 'x .r ,, ,"- A gg-.. , , 4, ALM ,s Jar .B V, 'I X 'M I , 1 . . . nt. xs,x,,w 1 lhx, H' u , , ' X -' .E Y " ' fs N 4 ?-1:1 4 i n D I R, 'uf' 'i al l, 'I y A ' t. , el . . 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