Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

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57-. 'I ..'.L - P X .A ft Q-A. 3.55613 X hui ,.f1:aLr4.Z4z. 'Kits' ' "" -. b.-----4. . , . Q iq . 9 J " , fs ,1 - fill? ,, is ff' I N 'Nh' ' Bemis and belies in lhe Senior Musiciil Comejy of 19.37. Three perfect specimens. O Tea for sevenfnot two, These bays mus! have been in delentiorz cz long time Io have all this stored up energy. Take it away, MI. By- num. The power behind the bright lights OI the AJ-1.5. sloqe. Sonic: visits the kids in Mr. BIake's room. You con! keep some birds of! the Wes! Drive gale. Mechanical drawing in the Kodytek manner. The Battery and the Breckenridge D y n a m o heads have a nice Chai beiore the contest at Den- tan. The loolbail bays take the cite-nse. A bit oi lite in the art room. Mrs. Smith during the rush hour. Practice tar an Indian raid. I An array of gym stu- dents. Onward, Eagle Band! O A quiet library-for a second. What a thrilietor the governor. ...L Y ...a..Tf'i.. ax- .tx a Tr' tt 1 1 .09 .Sf -, . . - -f K . .q.4---y!-.L--r- 1 ---V-r fr-A r ,,,,:-. ,, X mi" ' 1 'lt Nl ,6 ima J' A ew Hi-Y takes the Dick ot the Crop. A basketball qame irom a peilaqoqical outlook- every hat at a ditlerent angle. A masterpiece in snow marzship, The Senior Box-supper, where the boys bid for dressedeup cookery. A regular snow brawl on the Campus. Poor Abilene Hiqhe only three grandmothers in the school! Another basketball boy gets a home. The atmosphere lore' bodes ill, but Gip's pleas- ant smile gives him away. Valley ballfthe favor- ite sport of many under- classrnen. VV'l'iy not idle? Time waits on us anyhow. 0 Oops! "l dropped a stitch," says Mrs. Smith as She lrnits Cr sweater for Sonny. Eleanor prepares to take another first place. The speech is not so in- teresting as it Seems. A flip aff the old block. O lust loating-and . , . longing . . . . for the after' dinner bell. The Earn Frolic tar the Sophomore Queen. Knowledge, comfort, and activities are fo u n d in Mrs. Srnitl'1's office. Chrysanthemums from Sammy and cheers from the rest far Mabel Bird- l938 Band Sweetheart. 371412 .- v , . . -f ix. X 'J to ' R125 llr. . AV, X -A .. M Y' c .153 :ff 'rv- ,' ..e' .ff if mi 5 L 'ii g 43 ei'e' A 'il' 64. lit, ii l 1 f O a, 1 ' 'l'f.3-f. W- "'+ -f .: . ,br 4.Q'K' . 0 x-,--. , L H 'yi -A X '- w' :"5:ffff5Ei2' 4-an ,..,,,.,,,n X fi ling 55331 Q 52 is W L-.kj ,pat '1 'if . Align .1 1 X . 'mx "4 TX w ' .--,. rv-, HVW-- .,-ee-:Z , .,,, ,: . Y we fe-Q., no , -, - Y-,:'.':..:.-, tri 113 Fir! trt tl El F353 Boosters lay tlzetr Panther itat-Its H P11135 but Mr. Ford pctirtttrtq J Hut . , . Aifejr gt: tn tor bright shirts and pre!! ,Lf 1 .a -Is ,.. . ,, . Us Wixq' K Ustje to hear the best Eagle rally ot the year .... Not 3 5X't'l1'1QfIlQ . Evert the spsoks vtstled the Freshman carrztvai .... Haters of Fresh- qzrls , . . . ND, not the Statue ot Liberty, but Mrs. EISETOID wzth Eleanor dowrz-town pzrjtiie ..., Coffee for the football boys with tminirtq season over. 1918 - 1928 TOM K. EPLEN Representative Civic Worker Class ot 1919 Business Manager ot first weekly Abilene High School Newspaper, "The Riataf' Member ot 1-liah School delcatirta team and football squad. Student in Simmons College. 1918- 1919. Entered private practice ot law in Abi1ene in Iune, 19245 licensed to prac- tice law in Texas in March, 1924. County ludae ot Taylor County, 1927- 1932. Became member at law tirm at Smith and Eplen in 1933. President ot Abilene Chamber ot Commerce, 1924-1927. Rotariang Royal Arch Masong Mem- ber of Baptist Church. MISS BETTY LASLEY TO M K. EPLEN MISS BETTY LASLEY Representative Musician Class ot 1924 Secretary oi Senior Literary Society while in 1-liqh Schoolp accompanist for 1-liqh School operetta. Graduate ot Institute ot Musical Art in 1931 with an excellent record in both piano and theory. 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'gp ., .nn -I ws I' V um,-2 .UL-'j,4f,.wf1Q1, ffzlv-,Jf4!t:a.3'-la. -5iyfLr!bHjj1?g..1 jxi'.',5.- HL uluivl. , .4 l ., 4, 1 V r lv, - ' " ' " " 'T' A rl' 11Un'!1'1.'-1"--':'7Iv 'ii 'L' .' .H . ' "',- ' .4 if-.-.-V1 . ,,.' U, F' , ' W.- ' .-u..-2. ' ' ' "":1"x', "Tv --r. , 'I .YH ',,' ','.. -, ,-Ac' J.. " ' ' "-- "-'.'i---1:-zfflf,-,' nl .. .N . qi ..1I, ' .' ll. - "ff".-'J?,., 'QI-. f,'i',?x,'r13'.. dk. 'f""','Vf. ff -' ' A-ww -'.-fm, -- 'ff .,--' - . 1 af:-t"l'v'lH1"Il .::..'.fg l.,"p.nfEi.'-1x,...,,1p I-A-fi' .-:uv , ,' . " "- ' -'H -' ff K-1:f.':,.' ' ,.- ,:- M- .' ' ' V :-'.---'w-'fm' I 1 V , ., '., .5-.,.,, xiii l ""F:E" -ffm! 2'f'-jj- Qi , W. .. ,, . , "A ' ' ',2 '.,.,ll?.' - "','- ,l,' 'n .f,. ,wb-.4,. , I q,vv!,lxi4'!,1f , I . - ,Inj I, ,, f ., .Ii . p In. in J." , "' 0' ".': I' ,nh H W , ' ' 'WON ' L' 'fr "WV, - , ,vm ,,v, I ' '- - I ,:",-1' 111'- ,. . - fy, '. X '4. tn Jill? YP,'-13,2 R431 .2 A coAcH DEWEY A. MAYHEW as N 1 .Mig ,Q 1 'N Xt At an Abilene football game, one always sees a man near the Abilene bench, standing or walk- 1 ing with his hands clenched behind his back, nervously chewing a cigar, but always with his "eagle" eyes watching that struggling group of players on the field. That man is Coach Dewey Mayhew, the man who for many years has shaped teams to win or always to make a strong bid for the District title. Mr. Mayhew expects the best from his players, and he gets it. Through his efforts two Abilene football teams have been State champions, and an Eagle national relay team has set a State record. Mr. Mayhew not only ably fills the position of football coach but also instructs students in the study of government. Every student who has ever associated with him notices that three of his outstanding character- istics are his honesty, his strong character, and his firm belief in square play. There is no student who has ever associated with Coach Mayhew who has not profited in many ways from the association. DEWEY A. MAYHEW W. K. Bentley-Coach Bentle-y's ability to handle boys and his unerring loyalty to his work has made him ci popular instructor and coach. I, B. Neely-Mr. Neely's willingness to work hard and his popularity have made him an outstanding figure as a teacher and coach. Howard L. Miller-A man who puts all his energy into his work and who gains the confidence of those under him, both in the classroom and in athle tics, is the loyal Eagle, Coach Miller. ., A ' I: .. .5 e.Z..?3,, J . A T ' tttt ' -' ., X... " "" ' ' rf T 2 . , . " "" ' 5 T if' 7 ' fl J 1 - ' - ' .t X A . ' is .1 W - wg1.2:2gZ'jj:zig232g,:i'.r u "T g -Q. ' -V H A ' -' "'i H V "" f . ' ..... W. K. BENTLEY HOWARD L. MILLER I. B. NEELY Page 89 ,,l-. ..i.--- Y D. l f liififff Y -' . T"3fL'1' "Z I ' ' '.f"Tf' .' gb y X ' K -1,21 . X, v,,,,,, ,,,, . L. ii... V -- Walk H n' ' ' ' . .i.:.I . i x First How: Lester Dorton, lames Beam, Boland McAdams, Zolus Motley, Dub Sibley, Lilius Virden, Ellis lones, Tommy Proctor, Pete Simpson, H. Hughes, A. ll. Doss. Second Row: lack lvlcAlister, Clayton Leach, Gilliam Stovall, P. H, Hill, Bill McClure, Charles lanes, Gerald llina, Raymond Chambers, Charles Norrel, l. T. Bell. Third Row: I Brahaney, Ben Desmond, Charles Sewell, I. W. Brown. FOOTBALL ean Haines, Chiel Warden, Travis Ables, De Ment Osborn, S. l. Ayer, Gip Oldham, Frank B. H. HUGHES Captain It has been said that no following can achieve its purposes without a qualified leader, and fhai is the LILIUS VIBDEN Captain With a pat on the back or spoken words oi en- couragement, Lilius Virden, line Captain, has inspired his fellow players many times to play harder when it seemed lor naught. That Characteristic has made him a popular leader not only among his fellow players but also among the students of Abilene. Ai reason why the backiield under the leadership ol B, H. Hughes was always able to make a strong showing, no matter how strong the opponents. fr i ll l ', V 72 '- 14..:- 1' iff. s P- , i ' 5 '1 " if .. 3'-1' A . -X , faq, 3 . 4' . -Q 1 'N -- ,g h A iflzfzv. 5 ., i':3'. ' M - :'f?i'2.x 7 mg' ' ", ' . 4 f: 7" sY.uf Q lo w ". " s , iv I ', 4' 23,4 -' .. rfb' - im ' f -,f use 'if 32 Fl ,grit nl l ,. .V . .. 5 :KV :Jah M ,, Y . 'I--sgkkliaw , v,,iS..W'. N - -Li, '1"'1'7u'- . ' igfl 4. HQ' ' 'Y A .Ishii r.. .!ff'Q.f -.-fm ' '-'.J"Q. wg-ft'7J.1'.iL"'3i.f93,i6Xl-?1mg-gLb'f l.ll.lUS VIRDEN R. H. HUGHES Page 90 qw -..,,gb, , if , , .,. 1 V W 1 Q K , - r: A S 1 . Yr .-5' .f"" DORTON BEGINS ONE OF HIS IAUNTS SEASON REVIEW OE FOOTBALL By Billy Pennington The Abilene Eagles opened the l937 football season against Snyder, a strong Class B team The Eagle wall proved too strong for the Snyder line, and led by Hughes and Beam, the Eagle baclcfield swept around ends and over tackles for ground-gaining plays. When the Eagles com- pleted ten out of fifteen attempts for a net gain of one-hundred and sixty-five yards to win the initial game 54-O, Coach Mayhew was at last credited with having an aerial attack. On October l, the Abilene High Eagles in their first conference game overpowered the scrappy Ranger Bulldogs 62-12. There was nothing spectacular in the way the Eagles piled up the one- sided score, After playing beautiful offensive football most of the afternoon, the Eagles deliber- ately turned off the steam after their ninth touchdown. From then on, the Eagles were instructed to kick on the first down, Neither of Rangers two touchdowns resulted from luclcg both came as a result of beautiful passes, making the final score, Abilene 62, Ranger l'Z. ZOLUS MOTLEY TOMMY PROCTOR ROLAND McADAMS Page 91 Q sa 7' 1 xx A f,..X .. I , i .v-1-1 X f! l l 5 'S A Ar - - df' ,.,...,... HFZTN M , A f' . Eff A ' A r il I 53:14 ,,.. isa - 1 rake' Q. Q iw' H ,,, in , Q Em, . 1: -H fe- - 'f"'... Q Q - ii .Q W! ' 0" ' ,J-wif? 'sew' '31 fum " '-Q ' h 5 -lfziihl 1 4-' 52:11 7 W -Q- ---tg 'Z-'f' 9 li 11 Wwzljliflpef t',g:,:-21... -f un ff ' 5535 -2 ', Q ' ' l scnoglcm hi?!"lli -iifgfifiq fi' f, '7?f'ff9'!7?"' Jr ' 'bilfvj' if ln. - :LII "".f"'?f7'i.-:5'f: .wT2fzs,?VW'-'- lil. 4" ', I - -' '. 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Narria FGREWCDRD To show the progress made in the Abilene schools during fifty yearsy to preserve tor all tirne pictures of Abilene elementary schoolsg to present representative students who have graduated from Abilene High Schoolg and, most of all, to please the students by publishing a colorful and accurate record oi the l937-38 school year-this is the tive-told purpose of the Golden Anniversary edition ot the Flashlight. THE EAGLES AND BUCKIES WAR On October 8, a rabid crowd of Abilene fans watched the Eagles, paced by their brilliant little field general, lames Beam, and B. H, Hughes, stellar lialfbaclc, romp over a scrapping Eastland eleven by a score oi 21-Ei. The Bulldogs put up an unexpected battle and the Eagles had plenty of trouble in getting started, but at last teamwork overpowered Eastland ior a decisive victory. ln a windswept game on October 15, Abilene High School pulled the cover oft its offensive Class, sadly lacking in earlier showings, to boot Brownwood out of the quadruple tie for Oil Belt leadership by the large decision of 49-12. Twinl-:letoes lames Beam flitted to two firstfhalfytouch- downs, and in the third quarter the Eagles scored another counter, then with a decisive victory already assured, the Warbirds turned loose and poured iour more touchdowns through the disor- ganized defense of the invaders. After Abilene's score had mounted to 49, Brownwood thrilled the two thousand five hundred fans when the Lions ran eighty-tive yards for a touchdown. Final score: Abilene 49, Brownwood 12. -5' DUB SIBLEY P. H. HILL CLAYTON LEACH Page 92 :KM 5 -:ttf .fan DOES TAKES TO WlNGS The Sweetwater High School Mustangs, fighting stulgwlvzirnly to the last Glitch, were rulnbecl out of the Oil Belt Championship puzzle with one auicl: stroke by the fighting Eagles, Making use of an aerial attack, lorries Be-ani flung a short pass which E, l-l, Hughes carried to the one-yard line, from which position Lester Dorton dived h-Pail on through the line for the toucliaowri. Zoius Motley then converted his twentyffirst extra point of the season ior a final score of Abilene 7, Sweetwater O, Proving to be tougher than expected, a classy Cisco team gave the Eagles an unlooked for battle on October 29. In the first few seconds of play, P. l-i. Hill raoecl thirty-six yards for Abilene-'s first touchdowng then Motley booted the goal to mal-ce the score 7-U. Later in the game, after being the chief factor in the BU-yard drive that put the ball in scoring position, Hughes smashed the ball over from the onefyard line. The try for point was blocked. The fighting Loboes threatened the Abilene goal several times, and the spectacular punting of Yancey kept the Eagles in the hole. ln spite of Lobo efforts, the score ended Abilene l3, Cisco O, -- Y IAMES BEAM LESTER DORTON A. K. DOSS Page 93 fi lx' '.. 1 .Q 'ifffqan V FM.- -4 BEAM DOES HIS DUTY WITH A SMILE On Friday, November 5, with the score 6-U against them and only two minutes to play, Abilene staged a comeback drive to check the winning streak of the Stephenville Yellow Iackets. The Warbirds were outplayed until almost the end, but the old Eagle spirit finally asserted itself to inspire the Eagles to make a powerful drive that took them to Stephenville's I2-yard line. Then alter two line plays Rachie Hughes swept around end for a touchdown, thereby tying the score- the Stephenville counter coming earlier in the game. When Zolus Motley swung his foot for a beautitul conversion, he proved that a place-kicker can amount to something besides excess bag- gage, for that extra point won the game for Abilene. This was Stephenville's iirst year in the Class A division, and in spite of their lack oi experience, the Yellow Iackets were surprisingly strong. Their strength lay in their specialty in tricky, unexpected plays. Their one touchdown resulted from a play so elusive that it had even the fans puzzled. On this play, the halfback slipped back for a pass, and the rest of the backfield drew Abilene's defense. The pass was completed for a touchdown. A chance for a tie was lost when the try for conversion was blocked. 40: 4173 fi . '- . .. . s gf .3 '-5 J L ' '-fin'-e . 4 5 9' wr iq ,f Qv-.'1.-'g:e-- ,sees 1 ,'J!,gQ' .', I., A,+:+f1..afff 1....,.-if .-..-Tffifvifzes-iriif: PETE SIMPSON RAYMOND CHAMBERS CHARLES IONES Page 94 'i igefillflgr J QQ- .. fzfl , ' ' --f Suffix ' A 1-A ' ax - A ll' , HUGHES FINDS A lA'A'r' In their annual Armistice Day game, the Eagles' unlslemished recartil hung perilously on the hrinl: of destruction when for three guarters Brertizeririlge tlireatenesl a shaky six-prirnt lead. In the first quarter the Buclcies fumbled on their own I6-yard line. Capitalizing on this break, the Eagles after four line plays gained a first dawn. Then with machineflilze precisian the Warlprrds carried the pigslcin over far their first caunter, For the next three quarters the Wrirrliirds looked sickf an illness caused by the fact that the Buclzies with beautiful passes and line plays camped an the Eagle goal line. Ear three quarters the struggling group of players roflzed Lael: and forth but always deep in Eagle territory. In spite of their powerful efforts, the Eu-tlzies Q-:fuld not break through that stubborn Warhird defense. At last in the final quarter, growing encauraged lgry the fact that the Buclzie eleven was alvviausly tiring, the Eagles started Cllflillltj again. Vlfith a fifteen- yard pass Abilene started moving toward rnuch needed pay dirt, Eallrifwing this with prpwerfui line wlays, the Eagles scared their final touchdown to talze the game If-U. ELLIS IONES I. T. BELL Page 95 1 . . X f 1 x . . . : . W i t ' 9 it t1..fttf . 'A , -. wi -. li if 1 , l 1' N A ' -:il "F" E- ,cfm ., , .t ,aa ff ?e - - by V Q, P U 3 Q 3 -. H-.QI 1 ' gif ' 1 it .420 ,,,. , Y ., g 'I SZ., - I J. J 6 Q , I J. fe H 1 ' "Q 4 . - . - ,AM 1 'I' '- .' V' ' . , A . ,, -V P' - 1-- f V MOTLEY'S SENSATIONAL CONVERSION On November l9, the Warbirds added another victory to their record, this time at the expense of the Big Spring Steers. The Eagles, capitalizing on first-minute breaks, scored two touchdowns in the first five minutes of play, both counters coming as di- rect results of Steer fumbles. Then Big Spring, on their own sixteen-yard line, fourth down and eight to go for a first, thrilled the football fans when they called a run that netted them 54 yards. A few minutes later Big Spring smashed over for a touchdown. But Abilene came back strong with Doss's interception of a Big Spring aerial, which resulted in a touchdown. This victory assured Abilene at least a tie for the Oil Belt Championship, San Angelo being the only remaining contender. Before a Thanksgiving throng of football fans, the revenge-bent band of San An- gelo Bobcats forced their way to a 12-7 victory over the Abilene Eagles on November 25. With grim determination to avenge last year's defeat, the Bobcats clawed the Warbirds from the list of unbeaten, untied to a first place deadlock with Stephen- ville for the Oil Belt Championship. Because of a more imposing record, Abilene was awarded the championship by the District Committee meeting in Houston the next week. A field goal by El Paso proved too large a margin for Abilene to overcome, and Austin High of El Paso was the Bi-district winner at Abilene on Friday, December 3. The lightness in weight of the opponents lured the Warbirds into a sense of false se- curity that resulted in an Eagle defeat. Finishing their football career in high school with a brilliant performance were the following lettermen: B. H. Hughes, lames Beam, Pete Simpson, I. T. Bell, Tommy Proctor, Lilius Virden, Zolus Motley, A. K. Doss, P. H. Hill, and Lester Dorton. Coming back to uphold Abilene traditions next year are the remaining lettermen: Charles lones, Boland McAdams, Ellis lones, Dub Sibley, Raymond Chambers, and Clayton Leach. lt is a sincere wish of the Flashlight that Abilene may have a bigger and better team next year with more of the old Abilene spirit. Page 96 ,Mit , -. ,, ,-Q.-eh-,., , EDWARD 3 IJIUFLPHY Class OI 1322 ln 1922, cuplczm af hicgh schocl lzxse hull and football tfscms: All Slate Cum- terkfxil-cg ltur-year Eftteruiml RH lgcslwt- hall, PIF9S14i'EIlf Qi Studeui l3.5s1:z:t1::'. Quc1rtQrl,f1cl: at lvl-:l.lu1ry for tlxrle yeqrsy rrlerxxher cf the lndmuu Head As szclztxgng plther in :ke :,'15'?l1:ll tb-:rr for 111199 years. ,gb Cl:-3Cl1 Gt Criss Plcms fzr :HG Q,-ixr Gnd GI Clyde flr in-J: jfeirs, gsSSli'flII - . , ,- . . , Lgqch m Amlene HlQl'. mtl.:-31, lf.: l933p Couch at El Pas-3, l9'3"1-l92Ez fe sistqm Cinch m ,l.k,1le11H, FEV" Elq Sprmq, l3f7-l?'E. Mr. lVlL1If3lHz, was the lust llxlxlff. High Schiel qruiuutf- '1 cizrz. :i..lf' ,.. .-., lil nzlxrerxe- Hxqr. c ':. , "75fFv' 1 MILLER BASKETBH :H .., .J L IIILLEF. P. t 4 Al-fl... f I , I Yll TI. QTL , I 1554 "Ill 'll'l'l f-H . . CU.. l' ,HHS .'1 1-1SS,"f'l ,Ill,fl 'f-",.f- ' ' .' l..... .i" 1 ., Pll' 1 'Aw'-TI .P'll+'lIllC1Ylf qu'1r.,l lwr y-ifurs, P'r9s1,iL1it ii ilu- Sipl.1::.jff Tl 155 llfl H29 uni ljllplfilll xi Illia' lui-rf,l,1r1',' lu- all-3115. All Tlh A. qulrlj III N201 Llflst Vul- uaigl-9 Pgallifcll PlCI'y'-:I in the Conf'-rerlca lilerrlller of ills T, H, PL, L1 sccifxl ciulp. Presidiut of Wlzn Stuil-en. lllssffciflviorl in 1930 cmil Q! the lndlcm Head Asso- ciation in V329 and 19.30, LL I 1741 CGACH MILLER P. H. HILL Guard P. H. Hill is what may be called an alleround athlete, Isle proved himself to be invaluable to the fcotlrall squad when footliall was in season: then for three years he lettered on the basketball squad, besides serving as captain of the same organization for the post two years. Hill has been out for every sport offered except tennis, and he declares that only lack ot time prevents him from entering this sport. t sz s I f P. I-I. HILL Captain CGACH HQWARD L. MILLER Coach Miller has done outstanding work this year with the basketball squad. Through his efforts Abilene's Blackshirts have developed into one of the finest teams Abilene has ever seen. The Eagles won the district title without the loss of a game, this being the first time Abilene has won district since l93O. Triumphant through regional, the Eagles advanced to State, where they were defeated in the finals by Woodrow Wilson of Dallas. Mr. Miller is well liked by all his play- ers, and their Willingness to work hard and the inspiration afforded by their coach has been a large help to the War- birds. Certainly Coach Miller has proved himself a large asset to Abilene High School. ELTON HAILEY Forward Elton Hailey is better known as a soft ball player, but for the past three years Le has received a letter in basketball. Last year he was highfpoint man with a total of 167 points, He carned the same honor this season with a total of 296 points, Besides his records in sports, Hailey is very proficient as a scholar. Ho is well liked for his good nature, friendly character, and honest achievements. Htl ELTON HAILEY High Point Man Page 98 ' 1 .. ..,. ..l,. . if s First How: Elton Hailey, Frank Brahaney, Vernon Blackburn, P. H. Hill, B. Q, Garrett, Second How: Bobby Morrison, Guerdon Busby, limmy Connor, l. T. Dennis Porter Willis. SEASON BEVTEW Although lacking in smoothness, Coach Miller's hardworking cagers began the current season with a 28 to 12 victory over Ovalo. With Elton Hailey pacing the scoring, the Snyder Tigers fell next 43 tc 10. After the Christmas holidays, the Eagles bounced Cross Plains 28 to 14. Going into the Colorado tournament with serious doubts as to their ability, the Eagles walked away with the honors, defeating Lub- bock 47 to 25, Lamesa 35 to 12, and Hamlin 37 to 26. Hailey, Dennis, and Brahaney were chosen as members of the All-Tournament team. As the season advanced, Cross Plains in a return engagement, San Angelo, and Brownwood fell to Abilene's basket- ball genius. Whipping Ovalo, Winters, and Abilene Christian Academy, the War- birds next captured the Abilene Christian College meet. Then with Hailey taking 28 points, Abilene's cagers reached their peak with a 70 to 25 victory over Carbon. 1 Breckenridge, as usual, proved a tough nut to crack, but the Warbirds crushed their way to a 59 to 18 win. Then the Eagles won their first District Meet since 1930, when they triumphed over Eorsan, Peacock, and Hamlin. Trouncing Cross Plains and San Angelo, the Blackshirts of Abilene won the Regional Meet, the next week journeying to the State Meet at Austin. There, by defeating Carey in their first game and Bowie of El Paso in the semi-finals, they qualified for the finals. Going into the finals, the Eagles met their first defeat of the season at the hands of Woodrow Wilson High School of Dallas. Frank Brahaney was chosen as a member of the All-State team and P. H. Hill as a member of the second team. This meet ended a most successful year of basketball for Abilene. Basketball has gained in prominence this year, and may - it continue to do so in the future. A shot from mid-air Page 99 DISTRICT MEET Abilene's favored Eagles in District Five Meet, drew a first-round bye and then proceeded to take things easy as they rolled up a 37-I4 victory over the Forsan Buf- faloes. As usual, Elton Hailey set the pace for the Eagles twentieth straight win of the season, with sixteen points. Then in the semi-finals Abilene's five had very little trouble with Peacock of Stonewall County. At the end of the first half of this game, the score was 29-IO: so Coach Miller let the reserves carry on in the final quarters. While Abilene was setting this fast pace, Hamlin's Pied Pipers were showing an equal- ly strong pace. When it became known that Abilene and Hamlin would meet in the finals, a good game was anticipated. Abilene, with the usual show of grace and poise, defeated Hamlin, at the same time winning District Five basketball champion- ship. Elton Hailey was high-point man. Top defensive honors went to Frank Bra- haney. The rest of the team also came in with their share of honors. All reserves were steady and dependable. P. H. Hill was hot on the trail of Elton Hailey with almost as many points. The rest of the members showed their worth with brilliant performances. This was the first time Abilene had won district since l93O. FRANK BRAHANEY Y Guard Frank Brahaney, regular guard, is an all-round performer. He has a dead eye for the basket, besides being most efficient in keeping his opponents from scoring. He never becomes nervous, no matter how hard the game. For his brilliant performance at the State Meet he was awarded a position on the All-State basket- ball team. I. T. DENNIS Center I. T. Dennis came back this 1 year after two years as a re- t . serve to close his high school l career in a topnotch manner. He was slated for a regular position last season, but an inlury early l l FRANK ERAHANEY TI in the term forced him to with- draw. This year with his six feet three inches he proved to skep- tical critics that he was well qualified to play his position. I-le has plans for a basketball career in college. I. T. DENNIS R. Q. GARRETT Guard R. Q. Garrett proved to be a strong asset to the squad this season. He was noted not only for his brilliant performances but also for the inspiration afforded his fellow players. In every organization there is usually a jolly fellow who supplies the laughs for his team-mates. The laughs relieve the players' tension ana stiffness, and help them to play the game better. That is the reason that R. Q. Garrett proved a strong ally to his team. R. Q. GARRETT Page 100 VERNON ELACHEURN Guard Blackburn is another player Coach Miller could never asl: too much of. He made up his lack of height by his hard work and fight. I-le was a dependable player that always did his be-st when called upon. He received a letter for his worthy efforts. NMMY CONNOR , ., 4' Guard - limmy Connor, former reserve, . V developed so rapidly this season . that he became a brilliant, de- ' 'n pendable performer, Although VERNON BLACHBUPIN he was not so smooth as he could have been, he has another year in which to find his stride. In all probability Connor will be back fighting to letter again as , Auf' --4. guard. - UMMY CONNOR GUERDON BUSBY Forward Guerdon Busby proved his worth in all the games the Eagles ,131 TW played this season. He developed swiftly in the last few weeks .il ' of play into a first class performer. His strong efforts earned for 5 him a letter. The most important thing is that he will be back next year to prove himself even more valuable to the squad. GUERDON BUSBY REGIQNAL MEET A crowd of l,4OO fans which had the gymnasium bulging, Watched the Eagles chalk up their twenty-third straight victory of the season when they defeated the rugged Cross Plains Buffaloes 26-16 in the opening game of the Regional Meet. I. T. Dennis' tip-in of a rebound gave the Eagles an early lead. At the end of the first quarter the margin against Cross Plains was 8-l, and two more goals were looped in the second quarter before Cross Plains flipped in a field goal. P. H. Hille high scorer, with a total of ten points-scored from the side just before the half and ended the second quarter with a total of Abilene l4 points, Cross Plains 3. The Buffs put up a game fight in the second half, and the game closed with Abilene ahead by a ten-point margin. Top defensive honors went to Prank Brahaney. In the feature game of the tournament, Abilene met San Angelo in the finals. The Eagles, inspired by the thought of a trip to the State Meet, Won that honor when they tripped San Angelo in a hard-fought game. Page 101 . 77 u x17 . 77 XX X X, g, N XX "wi 'xx 1 X X 7 1 .X ' ff' EX s V1 1" 21" If -..cqh x U . , -I-f'f'gL 'H N rife -e .. 14 ,, Q T- v1.W TfZ3?T Q. Qrramf M -' 5 ' " N - ---.- " ,.- g -,YY-,. 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K I -'.x.i.T -jNf'3U'f 15" : 1,47 717,715.7 7 .,,,... ,.to:5,?.,.,1f,,.M,,,,,, ,,,,,A,u7,- 771,,:.7-.,.i 7 7 7 7 X , 77-7:7-5 , ami:-1.---..............+ '..........-'-...-.:..'-1-v'--' ,-...wr---' ' .. iL.e'f.vf---.2'f " ' ' 4 J.. ,L , - , ' - A ' Pt", ' X -- . 4,3 . p'- -,, -5 : ,o A c ,, . N, lk. I -7 f - .K Y ir f 57,75 17 fr777.X, ,' '15 3,-I 3..,, , . Present High School Building, lo- coled of South First and Peach cmd erected in 1923 Gt o cost of S33U,379. STATE MEET Abilene met Carey in the first game of the State Meet, and the Eagles' fast breaking offense immediately stamped it as a real contender for State Championship. P. H. T Hill opened the scoring when he grabbed the opening tip-off to sink a basket un- guarded. A free shot followed, and then Elton Hailey fired a one-hander to boost the score to 5-O. From this point on, the Eagles' lead was never threatened. Hill led the scoring with five field goals and a free shot, while Hailey was hot on his heels with five field goals. This victory earned the Eagles the right to enter the semi-finals. In this feature, Abilene's cagers defeated a scrappy El Paso team representing Bowie High School. For the first time in the history of Abilene High School, Abilene entered the State Fi- nals. There they met their first defeat of the year at the hands of Woodrow Wilson A Lively Scramble of Dallas. As a whole, Abilene has had a successful basketball career this season-a success that resulted partly from the splen- did cooperation of the students of Abilene High School. BOBBY MORRISON PORTER WILLIS Center Another cager that never rest- ed until the game was finished was Porter Willis. Always eager to do his duty, he proved his Worth by his fine playing at cen- ter. His loyalty and ability earned for him his letter. BOBBY MORRISON Forward Bobby Morrison, former lanky reserve forward, advanced speed- ily into a first-class player this term. His clean, hard fight marked him as a good cager. Good reserves are essential to every or- ganization of any sport, and that is why Morrison earned the posi- tion of Number One reserve. Through his determination he also earned his letter. The Flashlight pays tribute to the hardworking cagers for the fine results they have attained from their efforts this past sea- son. For the first time since 1930, basketball has met With some interest. This certainly went a long way in encouraging the squad to do its best. The results obtained this season may pave the way for better teams in the future. Let it be our aim never to rest until we have won State Championship in basket- ball. PORTER WILLIS Page 102 A , rn' Y .Y 7.7, . . . V mQmrtnQO UJFHZICDHFUI ....s.,.... ' ...Q College Heights, Abilene's second largest grammar school, was built in 1921 at a cost ot sixty-six thousand, seven hundred twenty-one dollars, at North Sixteenth and Beech Streets. Six years later an increased need brought about the construction of a twenty-tive thousand one hundred twenty-three dollar wing. At present it is one ot three grammar schools that furnish the full seven- year course. Sixteen teachers and six hundred thirteen students make this possible. Valley View and Alta Vista may be called "twin schools," since they were built in l925 along similar plans at identical cost, forty-one thousand dollars being the money expended. Here the comparison ends, however, because Valley View's teaching personnel and student body is smaller. Six teachers and one hundred eighty-one pupils occupy this school. MINCDR SPORTS V A L L F 'Y J V I E W I . ,ff .Y -Q-llfl . l. ,,.. ...J.-m.,.,M,k . T 7' . A fQQff5?5E.1.Q.:if r .Qt A 'A 1 .' g '. gkfg . T- r 'tl f V, '- 1. ' - . f ,'-' "" Mf- , X c- I L-ff' f- f , -4 ' 7 Q D rr i Qfoiggsg V P '+V . A A 'h A ' I 4 Q1 i i .,,u.,, - 'f 'X -J ' '. . " ' .. AA4 79 K - CQ -E ' -Y ,, ' A' A T ' 7 'Q' '1 rx , A .- A . .X ' f g rw' 1. 1. . . t j! ..V . . .. i....-- . ..... W-,-s,..ggs.--g.......:1.-,.-,ce...4..g1.4s:is5LiS'W-PY' ' First Row: D. L. Babb, Truett Daniel, lames Mormon, Buron Clark, Roy Kemper, William Patterson Second Row: W. E. Horner, Ray Spieler, Haskel McKinnon, Hadley Barlow, Horace Hanks, W. L. Simpson, Brian Summers. Third How: Hay Alford, W. H. Lockhart, lack King, james Beam, R. H. Hughes, Willie Phillips, Bill Hay. TRACK On lanuary 29, Coaches Miller and Bentley issued a call for track candi- dates. The call was answered With enthusiasm, and about twenty-five track- sters reported. After strenuous practice this number was gradually reduced to eighteen. Three returning lettermen for the relay team were B. H. Hughes, lames Beam, and lack Boozer. Other candidates were Willie Phillips, Charles Sewell, Guerdon Busby, W. H. Lockhart, lack King, Vernon Blackburn, and Bill Hay. After some stiff tryouts, Willie Phillips qualified for the vacant place on the relay team. These boys practiced every afternoon after school, and on March 29 the track men were given the divisions they were to represent. The relay team was made up of B. H. Hughes, lames Beam, Iack Boozer, and Willie Phillips, Bill Hay was named to represent the high jump division: lack Boozer and lack King, broadjump, Tack Boozer and Willie Phillips, javeliny W. H. Lockhart, high hurdles, Vernon Blackburn, low hurdlesg Pt. H. Hughes, 440-yard dashg Boozer and Phillips, 100-yard dash, and Guerdon Busby, pole vault. The Eagles entered the track meet at the Pat Stock Show and Won third in the mile relay. They received the same place in the Texas Relays. At District the Abilene relay team set a new District record and in doing so won first place in the mile relay. The Eagles gained the honor to represent Abilene at State when they again walked away with honors in the mile relay at Regional. Willie Phillips also won the honor to represent Abilene in broad jump. Page 104 'm '51, 1 3 IAMES BEAM WILLIE PHILLIPS H. H. HUGHES ma.: Booman District Five Track and Field Meet On April l6, at Sweetwater, Loraine's Bulldogs won heavily in the field. events to outscore the Abilene Eagles by a half point for the District Five track and field cham- pionship. Abilene led the other contestants most of the afternoon, but the Mitchell county tracksters, coached by Pinky Brooks, former McMurry athlete, bounded to the front in the next to the last event and his boys still held a 25 l-2 to 25 score over the Eagles at the finish of the Meet. Inspired by the beautiful spring day, Abilenes mile relay quartet broke the only record of the Meet when they toured the mile on the slow high-school track in 31351, lowering by less than a second the mark estab- M -.A. My A, ,. lished by another set of Abilene runners in - ' 1933. Willie Phillips and Iarnes Beam gave F, f the Eagles a fifteen-yard lead at the half-way fi A-:Al-j-if-' F ' point, but lack Boozer, almost exhausted from -.---V--M , W a strenuous day's work, was only five yards .-...,,....,., .1 ahead of the Colorado team at the last ex- ..,..,-.s.,.-.. change. R. H. Hughes breezed home with a , . xi A 4 ll good margin to spare, establishing a record- it y f E' the first new one in District Five since l935. , ln the 440, B. H. Hughes led his old rival, M "" ".:' ' Abbott of Aspermont, to the tape with a last- I 'ifl 1 Y second kick that sent him five yards in front of I I the field. B. H. chugged home in the very re- spectable time of 52.9 seconds. Boozer and l""l A Phillips produced the other Abilene blue rib- ' ' bons in the furlong and broadjump. Boozer finished two yards ahead of Beard ot Anson - ' ' to win the furlong in style. Phillips' victory Szgm, 1- . - came in the broadjump when he got off to a . .r ' I 1- " ' 1 - 2 - ,V "s,Q'.r.I.,. leap of 20 feet, 8 1-2 inches. ,,.V.,. K VP -"'I I Although the Eagles lost the Meet, they fought '... H . . . .. a hard, clean fight and in doing SO established II"l" 'Hn 'A V' the new District Five record. ZQLU5 MQTLEY Page 105 First Row: Tommy Hill, lay Witbeck, Tom Burditt. Second Row: Ioe Humphrey, Iarnes Atkinson, Chuck Francis, james Cullar, Third Frow: George Steakley, Rufus Sivley, B. C, Rogers. TENNIS Thirty boys reported for tennis last fall, but this number was gradually reduced to the following five who did most of the competitive match playing: Rufus Sivley, George Steakley, Chuck Francis, B. C. Rogers, and Tom Hill. Usually only seniors are included on the senior teams, but this season Rufus Sivley and Tom Hill, juniors, were thought fit players for the senior division. Coached by Mr. Humphrey, the ten- nis teams played Stamford, Coleman, Mclviurry, Breckenridge, San Angelo, and Sweet- water without the loss of a game. They were defeated by Midland in a series of matches, but not before putting up a game fight. The interscholastic League rep- resentatives for Abilene tennis were Rufus Sivley and George Steakley, senior doubles, and Tom Hill, senior singles. Aided by the donation of the use of the tennis courts at North Eighth and Orange by Robert M. Wagstaff, and by the assistance of the Kiwanis Club, that donated money for the improvement of the courts, james Cullar, coach of the junior division, has given much attention to this division, the reason being that the 1939 team will prob- ably be built around these players. Outstanding junior players were Earl Hoppe, junior singles, and Tom Burditt, Dick Star, Wood Butler, lay Witbeck, and jimmy Atkinson, all contestants for the junior doubles team. Besides the regular practice and coaching, Fred Perry, world's amateur champion of 1935 and 1936 gave the teams some advice that only champions can give. The outstanding statements in the advice given were that in practice games players should not go on the court just to Win but to get practice and experience and net- ters should not burn themselves out early in their career, but should take their course leisurely until they have become experienced players. His advice was ac- cepted with enthusiasm. From the hard-working junior players of 1938 may be developed a record-brealo ing team of 1939. Page 106 'xx j f ryyiji - j ' it if. . ' 6' y i-.......: - -ig'T"""'E'E ' . ff? A Hot One Over the Net TENNIS Doubtful as to their ability to play, Ioe C. Humphrey found that his Eagles were steady and dependable when they defeated Breckenridge in a series of matches on February 26. ln the first games Abilene won 3 to l. Rufus Sivley and George Steak- ley next defeated lack Cox and Earl Turner 6-2, 6-U. ln singles Sivley trounced joe Gray 6-2, 6-2. ln the junior division Chuck Francis and R. C. Rogers were defeated in a bitterly contested match 6-2, l-6, 7-6. The same week, in the matches with Cole- -----Y man, the junior teams proved that they did not always lose when Earl Hoppe defeated Sam Cobb, Coleman singles man, 6-8, 6-3, 6-2. ln the doubles Don Bowers and Langford Willhitt, Coleman, lost to Dick Star and Toni Burditt 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. On March l5 Abilene made a clean sweep of doubles matches and won all but one singles A v match in a five-way tournament at Sweetwater. 'V Other teams in the tournament besides Abilene and Sweetwater were Hamlin, Rotan, and Roby. George Steakley and Rufus Srvley, Abilenes Number One doubles team, downed Clark and " Headstream of Roby 6-l, 6-3, and then took the matches with Hamlin's Number One doubles pair 6-3, 6-2. ln the feature skirmish of the day, Abilene's netters defeated the favored doubles team of Sweetwater with a brilliant court per- formance that showed all the striking points of a champion tennis team. With a long string of victories behind them, the Eagle netters turned to new competition in the form of the San Angelo teams. After some hard battles, the Eagles came out of the fight with more victories to their records. Mr. Humphrey's net- ters won the District and Regional doubles title and they will journey to State, where he ex- pects them to make a good showing. RUFUS SIVLEY Page107 w,r""".w,, 41:-J I 1 View I, A tan E 3 -vi s": no-ma First Row: Mary Dorn, Merlyn Mattes, Virginia Work, Laverne Baker. Second How: Lavon Baker, Constance Corrie, Marjorie Langdon, Monarae Schultz. TEN NIS A division of Abilene sports that has revived in interest this year is girls' tennis. Ten girls reported, but after eliminations, this number was reduced to six. Those doing most of the competitive playing were Lavon Baker, Laverne Baker, Constance Corrie, Merlyn Mattes, Virginia Work, Monarae Schultz, and Marjorie Langdon. From the very beginning, there was a scramble for posi- tions because all the girls were about evenly matched. ln the senior division, Monarae Schultz, Marjorie Langdon, and Virginia Work fought for the first singles position. These girls played Breckenridge with Monarae Schultz and Virginia Work playing doubles and Marjorie Langdon as singles representa- tive. When they played Coleman, this arrangement was changed with Mona- rae Schultz as singles representative and Marjorie Langdon and Virginia Work teamed for the doubles positions. The outstanding players in the junior divis ion were Laverne and Lavon Baker. These players did Well for the little prac- tice and experience they had had. They lost to both Breckenridge and Cole- man, but not before a clean, stiff battle. g These girl netters are loyal Eagles who really enjoyed the game that they strive so eagerly to perfect themselves in. There is an urgent need for a girls' division in the sports of Abilene High School. An idea seems to have grown up in the past years that girls should be eliminated from all forms of sports. That was certainly a strong reason Why girl netters were unable to set any records this season, although fine results were obtained for the little founda- tion that they had. lt is highly probable that a strong girls' tennis organization will be built around the fine material that was developed this season. 1 Lai Page 108 haf . 43:1 me ,K D. B. 'Weatherby H. H. Yates Iames Gilliland Iacl-: Simpson George 'Nillis Lealinien Bryant CXDLF Sprmq Term Fall Term Bill Tate President Iames Gilliland Boyd Edgar Vice President I. T. Kirk Iames Gilliland Secretary H. H. Yates I. W. Bryant Assistant Secretary George Willis Iack Simpson Reporter Don Coffee Leahmon Bryant Sergeanteat-Arms D. B. Weatherby Adviser Twenty-eight boys reported for the Golf Club in the fall. Since most of those reporting had had little experience, all the meetings of the fall term were devoted to instructions on the fundamental principles of the game. Stance was emphasized by Mr. Vtfeatherby, the sponsor, and much time was spent in learning the correct standing posi- tions. By spring several members were ready to start practicing for competitive matches. These per- sistent golfers practiced after school and on Sat- urdays, sometimes regardless of the weather. The most promising of these players were Bill Tate, I. C. Iones, Iack Simpson, Iames Gilliland, and H. H. Yates. All these boys played in the low eighties or the upper seventies. After several weeks of practice Abilene's golf team played seven matches with the Sweetwater High School team. Abilene won the matches with a score of 5-2. Matches were also played with Colorado High School, Hardin'Simmons University, and McMurry College. All of these matches were leaders-up for the State Meet. Abilene's golf team has for several years made it a practice to send a team to this meet, and it has become almost a tradition for them to place each year. At the State Meet the contestants played on the famous Cedarcrest course at Dallas, where they won third. Page 109 y I Z K 1 's .'Qv1i'7.M river g wx, ftrf ,i i xt: 5.2. -- 4 ,2, fr I :f- f M, S, 5 I 2,2 1 s"'! - A. ftststt ug.-und: :.f ,. 5 kv . it I ff , ive, rx ' 9 .' H . H - . 'zz . f x ., . ,f' 2 , 0 Ty., . ? .. if " .1 .- 5 f. -'Q . 2 as," 3 X . ff ., x 5 r 5 -'--- .. I . - 'f .ff 5 . f: - '. S -D.,-' F. -1 my f. 'Y - " 1532 - idkffl-2f.,,:' -2- 5 . 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Riney in 1887 by the Abilene citizens, the building, iormerly a beer-on-ice warehouse, was jokingly called by the students the "Beer and lce Seminary." lt was in 1889, the eve-year oi the gay nineties, that a 9610000 building-eight classrooms and an attics-was erected on the site oi the present high school tish pond. Prosperous as well as gay must have been those years be- cause in 1909, two decades later, a 340,000 red-bricl-: structure-- now Central Ward-was built. With an enrollment oi 450 in 1920, increased on an average by 100 students yearly, the main unit oi the present school was of ne- cessity constructed in 1923, the east Wing in 1927, the auditorium in 1928, and the gymnasium in 1929- all at a total building cost ot S330379. Meanwhile, grammar schools, situated for city convenience, be- gan to house the younger pupils. Now with eight ward schools, one Americanization school, and one Negro school-all monuments to a saga of elementary educa- tional progress-there is also a 35330000 school plant, housing 1,800 seekers of learning, and with that we give you-the Abilene School System, the total value oi which is estimated at more than a million dollars. if ith, sg A K fy-Axe K, .J W k , 1 Mx . ?' 1 r'- '?""l' Q ..t., ha , . 7 f"z?"'.wl4'Si x 'I' V V., Fife. f fn' ff ,,, Q"- r X " 3 A Adv faces" Because 0 X. .1 ,, A. lf. 1.-. ' archery amsry i-ui Qgam- w.Tfu1"j club was orqrugmenj 'wr y:,!""Q"1'i F ihe spona4ore?m,fw! I' " 1.-w Ol'h,fCl!'.5ZO!f'M, .F . 1" ml ihe ulrw-cw . 14" '1:!'.+. ' T . C iri f 2 rx?-1: . -M2 Yf 'K X . . " A 'x"- .lx 1, - k YJ ' " - Av ? - kj TUX Hi' 'E 'f-Jkly sw . -'P' ia V , Et. i 1 fflf f J!! ,Ts -'V' Quinny a ff- Jw f f f, Q: ,M M , ik - My A N, fi' Ju ,Qs . A mf N 71' 'N .wif--Q ,, ,I ,,. , H 4. I . D i . -n f nz... www, - -tffffi-',,. .. - I JW. 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Leader ot the tight to drive race tracl-: gam- bling from Texas, author ot utility regulation bills, child labor bills, and social legislation in general. Delivered in the House ol Representatives a memorial address in memory of tbe victims of the New London School tragedy, which ad- dress was printed in tbe l-louse Iournal and became part ot the House Records. ,mfg P 'fu 1 Y, EFIYAFXE l3HADBlfHlr' x 1 ,f 'J 1. : ' 11. R 5' Q li J? -ll 5 , z ' 9. 2 1. ll ti .11 4. ,.1 ' x . ,.iq z, Y. HM sTANLEY PHELPS Miss. NONA E. M. Pimps 513' gtg 51,-4 cms of 1931 cms ot 1930 wrt ' -'ig' Mr. and Mrs. Phelps will be the first Abilene couple to graduate lrom the University ot Texas Law School. 2-w :. -L -,f -' :,f..Q- 1 " A .f 1 .. ., . ig 5LT'.K1'..A ' at lt girly," cgi 61 git l rH 'U3WKD9EhUPUJHlAVRN!'.DViYWKWF 1 ' jf ' ' H - - I . , ..,,., I th VQ".,sv -3 if V'Y7 vilgmlii .-. -xx. 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Senipr Editor Billy Pennington Sports Editor Dorothy Corner Club Editor Glen Norris Art Editor Miss Tommie Clctck, Editorial Adviser Frcrnk Etter Business Adviser We Carry On! Purpose: To blend the history ond dccornplishrizents ct the pcist yectr into ct per' nicinent record tor Abilene High Schttol. Honors Won: All-Texas Fidtinq in Texcts Hiqh School Press Association ond First Cldss Honor Rcitinq in Ncitiondl Scholastic Press Association. ln l937 the Floshliqht donotezl three hundred cind sixty-tive dollars for the new curictin ond purchased cr new ccune-rd ond typewriter. This stctii is inctde up ot rneniloers ot the 'Crozy House," ond they titre often seen lectvinq school utter ddrli, First l.ld:'j.' Ellen 113, .1j!l1',' Q' . t l E. llizxiti 1- HQ--ii .' gillrj, lf Ann Ste:-Jdrt, Ficini: t.ij,'ers Seconil tiL'.:'. 'Nilicr 'QL'-ii' H ' :-Prt ' Qsihe! 'QQ.li:, V i it Qi s line luld,ldi,:-Z, lplxii Earl lixistar. .,.,H ,, Ttiul i'i'tfi.z" Suqiiz I' rdf, Lcrigiitii. Ili ici.-,t,zi, r l erf , ll-fl : Pri.- hilfy Peviiiinqtf n, 'Dlfn Ni iris Fourth How: Miss loiiiutie Clark, Helen L wdtz, l.l1.riQ::,:'-lite l.f:Q li 1 i i i i l ii ninqs, Henry fills-tt, lock Boozer, Fliltllg H. Ettei. . f 7 , , r' Paqelll ,hi t S F x Ev: sf.. ,L . .' 'f' tl.-. --f,.g -'B , 35 , . 2?---it 1 e Q News in making Honors Won' All-American Honor rating in National Scholastic Press Associationg interna- tional Honor Rating in Quill and Scroll. Scholastic Weekly ContestfHoward Green, second in nation in Sports W'ritingg Fay Gris- som, tirst in Feature Writing in Texas Division. Texas High School Press Association -e Fay Grissom, first in Feature Writing, Marjorie lo Massey, in News Writing, Nancy Nell Cox, best paper edited by a girl. First Row: Constance Bridge, Katherine Caldwell, 'Naiie lflealows, Nancy Nell Cox, Fay Grissom, Worth Finley. Secorii Revs: Billie Bert-1 Myatt, Betty Latham, Constance Norvell, lane Meslzimen, Mayre Sue Hutto, Patty Jane Hays, Hall Bond. Tiurgi Ho' .'if.' Harry Bridge, Louis Watford, Virginia Allen, Lavon Bal:-ir, Ht:-warii Green, Thomas Williams, G. WL Haggard. . . I BATTERY STAFF Fatt Term Spring Term Nancy Nell Cox Nancy Nell Cox Editor-in-Ct.iet Fay Grissom Fay Grisscm Managing Editor Thomas Williams Thomas Vtfilliarns News Editor Constance Bridge Constance Bridge Exchange Editor Howard Green Howard Green Sports Editor Betty Mclntosh Katherine Caldwell Feature Editor Katherine Caldwell Constance Nzrvell Society Editor lane Meskimen Martorie To Massey Literary Editor Saretta Morrow lane l-lleslzimen Music Editor Betty Latham Betty Latham Typist Constance Norvell , Ccnstance Norvell Typist 'Wade Meadows Worth Finley Business Manager Worth Finley Virginia Allen Advertising Manager Virginia Allen Billie Berk Myatt Associate Business Manager Billie Berk Myatt Harry Bridge Associate Advertising Manager I Ma Sue Hutto Mayre Sue Hutto Circulation Manager av lcer Lavon Baker Advertising Salesman ' lane Hays Patty lane Hays Page il '7 RADIO GUILD fi' tw? l 0l7l:l,'..rlg Fall Term Spring Terri. - "' ., i if' l'1I'.'fQIl'-l Gif-if-Ii Fresiiierit lla Ifae lahnsrn Tice Fr Heli El1l'neff Freehn Sh-:ienialzer H-:w.fmr,l Gif-en l.'fJrj,'i,e-Lie Halt Hepxter Q. QTEK"-I l, UA" ' L-r Qfuf kmse, On the Air at KRBC! Purpose: To qive students actual ei-Lperience in radio announcing, actina, script writina, and spealzinq. Motto: "Lets put Abilene High School on the air." The Radio Guild sponsors the Abilene Hiah School program an KHBC every Tliursday at iivefthirty. For the club nionih proqrani the group presented a Varied program consisting oi plays, sports, and all the activities oi a real radio station. This club is beina held, responsilile for the current epidemic of earaches aniona Abilene High School students. HFS? Hill EQ1f1I'1'f1f, Hifw: 1 :if-,111 ., , .. i "ai," I"zi:'.'rs, Freelif' :e::.3l:-er, lim- rny' Atrxriszfn. Secciij Row, lames Little, Pauline .fi,lan11, HJ err Liftl Juris. Elfaritr E-ishi 1 wines Geiqe, lane lieslfziinen, l,farjr1ie1le Halt Third vLiSllI'1CSYCIZF,Sl'?'."'IIlCQf'f"f'l', Fat if-filly, lfrre-I. Futlei, Norris Spazlis, limingr Beasley, Comer Clay, Fcurtl. IT Billy lean Ezstis, 'une Pfrlzxris, fflf-tif 'L Eustis, fl 31: Aiigzzz s, l.lCII'IlI1'E fqliee, Hall Ecngl. Page 113 GIRLS GLEE CLUB orrrcrgns Ann Doss President Dorothy lean Shaw Vice President Margaret Wcrll Secretary-Treasurer Miss Guida Clemons Adviser Beautiful girls making beautiful music Purpose: To provide an opportunity tor each high school girl to uphold the pledge: "l promise to do all in my power to make America truly musical, and to inspire greater eltort toward artistic achievement," To inspire greater eltort toward artistic achievement. First Row: lean Quattlehaum, Lucille Rucker, Virginia Allen, Helen Cowan, Margaret Wall, Ann Doss, Miss Guida Clemons, Dorothy lean Shaw, Dixie Ruth Free, Olive Bynum, Fairy Thelma Beam, Augusta Bond Donmhy Chaney Second Row: lane Meskirnen, Alline McGauqlroy, Frances Russell, Fel, Srygley, Frances Hughes. Pauline Held, Dorothy Cravvlorril, Harriet Murray, Eunice Parramcre, Dorotlry Lackey, lflarslrurll Faye Larr- ders Lucdee Grnnes Rosahe Grnnes Third Bow: laclcre Belew, Nita Fielder, lrene Naylor, lo Evelyn Davis, lo Finley tina:-1, G'.-.renzlolyn Nei- son,lAaxrne Hennen Beny Boucher,Leta Rue Brddle,Erna Lee VVaH,lean hlcDonald, Ncuhne Kenner Fourth How: Charlotte Conner, Paralee Dixon Manly, Geneva Hufildleston, Melli-a Hamilton, Mary Hut- stedler, Dorothy Bodclam, Elta Virden, Hula Merle Strong, lean Bracken, Beryl Talbot, Mary Lou Agnew, Nhckia Cogdeh, Grace Parken Filth Row: Gloria lune Hobhs, Nell Dryden, Mary Lula lones, Mary Ann Osborne-, Ruth Ayer, Mina Bell Hodges, Norma lane Hodges, Lillian French, lane Akens, Tune Gregg, Helen Wallace, Mary Alice Clark, lune Lyon, lewel Lindsey, Katherine Randall, Mary Zantha Grirnefsn Bfpty lo Bowman, Billie Marie Gist. r l Page ii GIRLS GLEE CLUB orrrcsrrs Ann Doss President Dorothy lean Shaw Vice President Margaret Wall Secretary-Treasurer Miss Guida Clernons Adviser Did the Merryfqo-round Break Down? The Girls Glee Club received superior ratinq ot ninety-tive ber :ent in the Sixth District Musical Festival ot Texas Federated Clubs in Abilene, March 26. They err- tered West Texas Voice Contest held April 2 at l'lardin.Sirnrnons University, State Festival ot Texas Federated Clubs in Beaumont, April SU, and the State Contest at C. l. A., Denton, April 23, where they won tirst place. First Row: Sarah Artrl Crrier, lvlizrjf Dlx Taylor, 'Billie l.iuise l. 'el'L, Plelerr 'x'x'Q1its, Ruth Wlyche, lt.lirr me Faye lflcQuary', lflrss Guida Qlenlzns, Erlzazietli 'Serie Austin, fel lr .i.1l1i:rs'irr,iitE1 Evelyn Foote, Geral- dine Shaw, Shirley lfethley, Gloria Hillzrigslterzi Second Homr Helen Talszt Catnerure ide llofazt , CHl11n.r It As, Llna ldaraaret NVl1 "-- Her, Bobkde Scrrrels, Mary Elrgalletlr Weililr, lvffiribell Hrrlwrtss, Surf' Duval, Doi-.tl.rLr Nell E-Lgxrge-, Lillian Hart, Narjlirtf Plowmcrrr, Alice Lfrrr lfrrifr, Cgrir Nrll ixfr'.r'1.lr.4t'.: Tlllff h'r.rw.' D iris llujlzr rr :rl . ll ' Hutt. Eurius llgtfrr 'ff PJIQL-, lilxxrrxrr flnitrlzriu flax.: Hers-ellletfl, llaue Gu,',lrr:E'r, Erlli-L re Dizzle . Exiles, L':'r l.ljre Free, Le .ul belle Ernrrrrrln, 'fir- mnm Marvdl Fourth Row: D-:rrethjx llirzztan, Iflary E4-' rzrgli, llrlirreci Frances Ctcli, Yyrrlerl 'tYcrr'1acl:, Lillian Harvey, DannielAakne,Erneshne Lovna Fuxusesliiler EH1 Fuji Free,PaHQ time Hayes lfrme3lYVJh,lIHheHne Corraway, Bernice Herring, FMUrEov .'.' Venuliyz2Penuus HELD Aan F "-',', Qis Lcuse YELz,ur Dem Tr hr lhhhei Wfcjy larrlce Ftoliertson, if-.rleerr Hrtlirts, Hui '1'f'r.l lift V-:Tir little, 'vl.lrlr:..r l.'3r.e, ly Hrzrrria C'rav.'tri'rr.l, Sarah Crawtfqrd, l.-:lla Nolrirrd, Clrrrstrrru l.Qcl:1r.,'x, Yr lu 'Nils jiri, l.la:-:ine li-Jgrsley, Patsy Bruner, Perla, Hudson Dudby. X7 I ' y ,?iLZfL,4z4J I . . .1114 nAA.J..Y 1 Page115 t K - . ' A Bars GLEE ours ,... GFHCEBS ' - Connell Taylor President Charles Marshall Vice President Edward Beasley, Secretary-Treasurer Miss Louise Nelson Adviser Boys, Give Us Something Inspiring. Purpose: To develop the musical talent and appreciation oi the boys oi Abilene High School and to offer an opportunity tor those interested in music. Until this year the Boys Glee club has been under the direction ot Miss Ouida Clemons. This year Miss Louise Nelson became director of this organization tor the tirst time. ln the tall ot this year their public appearance under a new director was most heartily received by the students of Abilene High School, First Row: Charles Marshall, Connell Taylor, Miss Louise Nelson, I. D. Williamson, Howard Mayfield, Idrnes Atkinson, Second How: Loyson Rankin, Hadley Barlow, Bala nd Thomason, Rufus Grisham, Tom Todd, Ianies Hobbs. Third Row: Tommy Morton, Truett Thompson, Harlan Shaw, lack Harris, lames Cowan, Garnet Gracy. Other Members: B. E. Abbott, Don Al-sins, Iames Beam, Edward Beasley, Boyce Clyburn, David Dubbs, Gerald Harber, Ellis lanes, Arno Ligon, Edwin Lcwe, Boyce McGarr, Leslie Page, lames Patterson, Iune Per- l-zins, lack Reynolds, Frank Boberson, Homer Ruffin, Bule Harrison, Derrell Seymore Hilliard Simmons, Henry Till-Pit, Dan White, Billy Landers, Sammy Baker, Frank Dunlap, Hinton Hamilton, Gene Cacldell, Marion Howell. Page116 GIRLS SEXTET The Girls Sextet is orqcmized in order to provide music and entertcrinznent tor the mcmy cdlls irorn crll school cmd college clubs, church cmd Sunddy School OTQCIH- izdtions, cmd civic cluios. This qroap entered the West Texcts Voice Contest, sponsoreo by Hctrdin-Sirnrnons University on April 2. Both Boys Quartet cmd the Girls Sextet received trophies os iirsteploce winners in the VVest Te-Xcts Voice Contest, sponsored hy Horrdiri-Simmons University on April 2. The A Ccrppellcr Chorus, Girls Chorus, Boys Chorus, dnd Boys Trio ctlso received trophies cts tirst-pldce winners in the contest. Toe Morrison won iirst plctce in the boys solo division, cmd Connell Tcrylor won second plcrce in the some division. ln the junior division Letct Rue Riddle received first plctce ond Sorch Crider, second. Dixie Mfrntqofnery won second ploce in the Senior division. BGYS QUARTET The ctrnhition oi every boy in the glee clulo is to loecorne cr nternher ot the Boys Quartet. The tryouts tor this honor ore held durinq the eorly fdll, the competition be- ing very keen. The lectding rnusicicms of Abilene crct ds rudqes. These looys fire more versotile thcm tnost singers, since they sing dll types ot rnusic cmd grive dll typos ot pro-grorns. Two lcxst-yecrr rnernbers, Chcrrles lvlctrshctll cmd Toe lvlorrison, were chosen to sinq ctqctin this yectr. The two new rnenthers selejted were Connell Toylor cmd Edwcrrd Beasley. F1rstRoi'.'.' Qftrtiel. Tiylsr, 'ffiir fSl.lfI!Sl1fIll Fl 1.. 1 1 Bed:-ir Q' Seftifni ECW." lf-to Rui H1 lcllf, U r thy' Terr. Slut" SIIl'l"'l Tfti I 1 5.1 l"u:t Piitrr trio:-.sy G 'rttldirie Slm1v.'. Page-117 L. E DLIDLEY Principal 18 Superintendent 2 MISS EOBEIE CLACII High School I6 Grades 12 L G c Teachers and Years ot Service COLIEH CLAY High School it SARAH HARDY ' " High School I5 I-High SQ-hggl 11 Grades 5 ' ' milf iiljlf Q ' ' -i 5 1 J llmlsdlj 413g to r f di '55 . 31" zz, 1 if , , HOWARD L MILLER High School 6 Grades 3 MHS. MICI-IIE CARROLL MILLER MISS RUBY COIVIPEHE High School I High School I4 Grades 2 Grades I DEDICATIQN MISS LUCPLETIA CUHFLV TOM BARNES High School 2 Grades I MISS THELMA MCPHERSON High School 2 Through a halt century ot progress 4,526 graduates have received diplo- mas trorn Abilene High School, and now twenty ot these have returned to serve their alma mater. For many years they have given their knowledge and understanding to help students learn, their advice to help them decide on a future field ot work, their love and loyalty to keep the school spirit high, and their time and energy to instill into the students the fundamentals ot character. t ' A CAPPELLA CHQRUS QFFICERS l Morrison Prenridezit Connell Tfrylor Vice President Eunice Ptitrratiiore Secrelary-Treas. lVl1 . Guida Clerrioiis Adviser Doereemiliaeso Purpose: To provide a basis tor higher musical attaininent -not to earn cr prize or to defeat an opponent, but to pace each other on the road to excellence. The A Cappella Chorus rnade a good-will trip to Lubbock l-liah School tor an hour concert in Novernber. A superior ratinq ot one hundred per cent at the Sixth District Festival ot Texas Federated Clubs on March 26 was the record ot this qroup. An Evening Concert was qiven by this group for two junior clubs at Bid Sprinq, April 5. First Row: Fairy The-trim Beam, Srriiley lfethlf lvldry Dirt Tfigl r, lhss Oiiida Clfrnczis, Ruth Evelyn Fw-If-, l.fi-'iisliall Faye lstlllflt is, Lv-tai Erie l4tir,1i:lle Setiiml Eoin" H'-li-it C-wvati, fleidlflxite Sl't,iW, l:41ll.ff'!'l l.lurrf1L', 3'lI'1l1 Cii let, llrliriet lvlurrczv, Hosdlie Grimes, ltarotliy lean Shaw, Dorothy Lcivlzf-f.', Ann Doss, Di:-:ie Ruth Free, F-illie L-'uise Vvrerilj, Lucilee Grimes, Thur! Rc-V." Torniny lvlcfrton, tfltarles lvldrshvill, lt.f',1:'QC1t-11 lflfall, Eunice F'aiii1in3if-, Toni Tcdrl, Edward Beasley, Fourth Row: lean l-lain-as, Cmiiell Tvivlcti, tjrovcr, Hull, loe lvlmri'isQ1t, Garnet Cviocy, Rufus Grtshdm, Frank Hf,,rl"ers31'i Page HS THE MESSIAH For the tirst titne in Abilene High School, the Glee Club ond the Qrchestrct, under the direction ot Miss Ouido Clemons, Miss Nelson, ond R. T. Bynuni, on December 22, l937, gctve The Messiah, l-lctndel's niost successtul ctnd best known orotorio, Three hundred students pdrticipctted in the biblicctl presentct- tion. There were solos by loe Morrison, bctss, ct representative ot the Glee Club, Mrs. Leslie Grimes, cz soprctnop Mrs. lnct Wooten Iones, ct contrctltog ond Elton Plowmctn, ct tenor. The students who pctrticipctted in this progrctni plctyed to ct lcrrge ctudience, ond the following rnorning presented sotne excerpts to the students of Abilene High School during the dssernbly period. For the presentcgt' tiott of this beoutitul piece ot rttusic the stoge wds ctnd lighted by ldrge white cctndles. Behind the stctined gloss window crtst ct softening light over the Whole scene. hung with houghs ot ceflutt large group ot sittrrters tt Metttltetsz Y A'-2--tts, lv' .Rl tt, E Pitt t, f L ft L' F ir'r','t. 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Spttttct Nr F SUong,Lf L3yLt T ThumpstL H fftHs LL WTli li NYnhnns,Ll WHEVM MI Haunt rt tt-tt, t, nwtsrttsisfft. . - fy fvifft YJ!!-" 5' if Page119 BAND GFHCERS Sammy Wcrldropf pI'GJ'lClifl1l lacl: Kina Vice PIQF'l'll'L'lll Marshalf Millsap Secretary Guy Kemper Drum Major lentry Holmes Parliamentariau R. T. Bynum Adviser Band music on the up grade. Purpose: To promote appreciation ot all types oi aood music, to serve our city and public, and to represent our city in all undertakings tc- the best ot our ability. Honors Won: Official hand oi the West Texas Chamber ot Commerce. First prize of titty dollars in the Marching Contest at the Vtfest Texas Chamber oi Commerce Convention at Wic'hita Falls on April 26. IvL'err.bers. lee Amis, Ott Arrant, Morse Bantam, lee Eettes, Fifty Bc-ger, Eisel Bxirfi-11, Rrliert Bradlrtiry, Doyle Brooks, Earl Brown, lohn Burnett, lim Buthod, loe Byers, French Caaeiilieaa, Horner Clzapznan, Billy Tom Clark, Gean Clarlz, Hanson Clark, Paul Clark, Rrestcn Clark, Lguis Cohen, lfenneth Day, Carl Deaton, l. R Denninqton, Clinton Dewitt, S. R. Friedsam, folxn Garry, W. E. Giisan, lce Mac Goetz, David Gray, Marvin Grimes, Charles Huy, A. M. Hinds, Billy C. l-loldern-ess, Vlfilsari Holly, l-entry Hcilziies, Raul l-lolrnes, Brit? Hortan, Vifarrin Hptzjbsrrd, lfiltcrt Hughes, Edwin lenninqs, Grant lanes, Bryan lorclan, Bryce lurdan, lack lfaulirnan, Guy lfemper, linirng' Hina, Mac liina, Claytcn line:-:, W. D Lana, Guy McCarty, Billy lxlicidlel rock, Ross L. Hiller, Marshall Millsap, Buster Mills, Edell Moore, Edward Moore, Henry Moraan, Marshall Otgar, Billy Farmer, Hal Pender, B, F. Person, Preston Petty, Glen Powers, 'Walter Reed, lxffiitori Reese, Beverlj: Reeves, H. V. Richards, B. C. Rogers, Charles Rogers, Alas-ne Roddy, Billy Baia Sandi-rs, 'airies Sanflers, Larry Scarlyorouah, Lucian Shanks, Billy Snow, C. N. Snfw, Xltfilliarn Snow, Gene Spaul- flinq, l-ae Steakley, Ierry Stephens, Claude Stewart, Tornniy Teal, lacl-1 Thornton, l.t::l:e1t Turner, Sammy Vtfaldrop, lohn Winter, Dici: Owens, Murray 'Williams Charles Samrnons. -s SQ ' we A t 3 Page ISSJ ORCHESTRA OFFICERS Scrzfnriy Vfcrlcirop President Fall Spring lack King I. F Denninqton Vice Pzeszdenf Scrretw Morrimfr Secretary Betty Melntosh Renorter Ientry Holznes Lrbrarian R. T. Bynun, Adviser Iuynorcrrzce pre-vc: Rnrrgfoses To pfOI'I'l'DT'? the CTpf'I?C1C1TlQY'L C11 qijd Tf'1L1S1f cmeng we 11 1 bcbdy and our niernlfers. The range Ui the Orchestrds seleCI1'3:1s 'ferries TTQIII "Turkey IIT rho 1 +0 "H Trg1vc1t':-re." ff rf' ,- Y . 1 rx A I. Lil ff ' :xfff I P1111 TV. .. , .ffzff-iii V . I.f1z.r.w r " -1. '1 1 ' Y..--llfifii T Dre-SS'-rx, ffznzf' Efxrr:-122, I.f jx Suv' H'fEZ-Z., P V ffflzxt sf., 'ff-11: ' sr-g':.1:. 1 1 1 f,11r11i.f-, 'Tn-ssfffr ','.":.Q1f-I :.1',':. f.f':'112'fi, 1.l1' .sin .X .1 L I1 T -'1:':11Lf1 r ' F f fflilfi, 1 1 51111 f' , R1 ELC- T' S 1 "':'1' T1,:r1 ' 'e .fix X " ' T -.,,!,,,5 Page lfl CYCLODBAMA OFFICERS Fall Term Spring Term A. lf. Doss Murray Williams President Sam Conner . Sam Conner Vice President Coty Moser Coty Moser Secretary Betty Hanks Betty Hanks Treasurer Nancy Nell Cox Nancy Nell Cox Reporter C. B. Ford C. B. Ford Advise? Dickie Dane in the Orient Purpose: To promote and encourage the study of dramatics in hiqh school. Honors: First place in District and second in Beaional Meet. First Row: Tack Dressen, Fay Grissom, Irene Moser, Betty Hanks, A. K. Doss, Nancy Neil Cox, Iimzny Connor, Bill Tippen, Monarae Schultz. Second Row: Saretta Morrow, George Harvey, Bulh .Evelyn Foot-Q, Geraldine Iohnson, Myrle Hinshaw, Betty Boucher, Dorothy lean Shaw, Eunice Parramore, Mary Frances Spangler, Billy Agnew. Third How: Alline McGauqhey, Dickie Dane Emmons, Barbara Gorsuch, Dixie Ruth Free. Augusta Bond, lean Martin, Sue Graham, Eleanor Young, Ann Doss, Fourth How: Phil Schultz, Wanda Mae Clements, Ella Marie Garner, Charles Sewell, Ben Vtfatson, Gip Gldharn, Sonny Compere, George Washington, Betty Mclntosh. Filth Pow: Pete Simpson, Sherman Coleman, Mac Bowyer, Walter Cox, Lester Dorton, Ben Moody, lack Perry, Garnet Gracy, C. B. Ford. Page 122 1111111 Rom 11 111 Fiussf-11, H1111 CYCLODRAMA F1311 Term Spring Term Dumb 1v1111rgy W111ic1ms Sum C'If11l'1f?T Irene 111105191 Betty 1-111111:s 1111: N1211 Cox CC, E. Porgl W'e Sr1ou1d 111121 to give- CI vote of t11f111Xb to tho Cy 1odr1:1111C1 for QIVI 1g L1 some of the bebt progr1:111f1s this yeor Honors Won Ben 'VVQ1tsor1 11151 111 D1 t 111 cmd Second 111 131f1g1o11 1315119 Done F1'r1111onb Second in Region FNS! F PJ 111 L EIC1I'lV'11, W1-111313: 1 S 1 1111 r Mlrv f 1111 H15 3 S111 fic- 1111111111 rg 1 1' 1 13 1 1 1 111111111 1-1 111 11 111 I1 1 won or T31 1 1 1 131115 E111r11i1w, 13' A 1 1-1111 11111 A1111 A5111 fl f1t111:1f- D1'1111'11s, lg 1 II 11rd H1 v ' 1'gt11ry11 111'111'111,111, Y L1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 11 rm F L1 110, M111g11f--1 F1 11 11 I1 11311112 F1 F1 1111 11111115 1.11111 1 F1 1:11 1111 111 w J rw11 P13111 5 its u 1,1-5111, N.,11113y 1 11 L1 1111- 111 grv AMC 1011-' B v 1 1117171111315-i-, 111 Rox Llfltly Wi11111111s, 111111111 111111 Ib 1 11 gvt111 L 11 1 L1 51 v E111211 111155, T 111 T 1 X X A . ll l , 1 l xx I 1 . . Say, who's doing the shaving anyhow? of students histrionically inclined. of Green Gables." Sryqley. lune Moore. Ayer, Torn Iourneay. Travis Box, T 1 Zi lr ls sl' f'. l Q l 1 'I' il l 'l l K V t 2. BACK C' CURTAIN OFHCEFCS Fall Term .pririg Terri, Eurnfli White Durwxrii Suggs Presr lent lra Hurry.: lcan li!lcD:tnal'i Vice Prerrrlent EW-l1,ri Taylcr Cznstarioe lilorv- K Secretary lllffll a Hamilton ltflellga Harniitin Treasurer Virginia All-en Virginia Allen Reporter Mrs. Selma L. Bishop Mrs. Selma l.. Bishop A'ff'.'lSEY Purpose: To discover the dramatic talent and to improve the acting ability Honors Won: Third place in the Battery-sponsored Club Program in l937. "The Brat" was given last year after school and was sponsored by the Daughters of the American Revolution. This year the following plays have been given by this club: "The White Phantom," "The First Shave," and "Anne Durward Suggs in "The White Phantom" made us "detective-conscious." First Rc x4.': Burnell Vxfhite, Virginia Allen, Evelyn Taylar, lra Burrows, Melka Harniltfn. Ted Second Flow: Ollie Paxton, lma lean Bruton, lames Hampton, lean McDonald, Lusile Ragsdale, Third Row: Constance Nerve-ll, Nina Bell Flcniing, Margaret Vtfallace, Emma Cozart, Ruth Fourth Row: Mrs. Selma Bishop, Durward Suggs, A. E. Hale, Harlan Shaw, Din Wliite, Page 124 IUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB -I CDFFICEFLS FJJI Terri, Spring Terry, 5 Fic: II Ia: f'1H1J V T cf Vifhots hoprieziinq to poor joclrf Purpose: To promote interest in init ggiiaxses of the drtgiziicrg to develop tier- sorioiity throtiqii the riieciiiim ot the stole: to trciiii iieqiririers iii the tgirt ot ploy production. This club is responsible tor some oi the roors ot ioiiqhter we have iieord issuing forth from the ouditoriurri dziriziq cictss rigeetiriqs this ye-Cir, We wonder whether this riiirth resulted trorit the humor ot the iiries or trorii the superb octiriq? First Eoin' ' 1 'tt Herripiip, Virfzirkri -1 it 1 xi Ei .. ,L t:.izs E i, :ue 'fE.flr'i1ti, ffzrigxi. incsixi, fx' 1 iff-t l?1"fit:.s 1. Ei.l',' dev ffizrjx Ariz. Lf... ' .. 'lei F" ' Z "' i. 4, 'Zell Plqe, L-'I Lint iitrirwss E i.1':., r its 1. Tiiirtl How' Fit-Ii QL' ri- i igsiii, i'--tty 1 E s 'fliy fxiiit Nefil, Eiise fooif-, Etiffttl 'v't'itlioiri',s, Iwi-,rijx ilitiiei 'etty Pt Q .1121 Fgjtu' t'N"",'t,I'i I!! 1' . ' ' '-1 ' ' Nei, E 'gf "s E1i','l:'-1:- Arr., . z. iei. ' :::,1gf:, i..i:.:z: zz.f:.' PHI. Pot? f'f1rrfQfSe'-.'rz1 it-, . Pt :zz " -gg F ' 'ie Ewii, P'i,Qi-1 Louise .1'tr1tiltex', Mfrs H-.N.'J'lI,i Idiot-1 Page 125 NATICDNAL ECRENSIC LEAGUE OFFICERS Sfmimy Vifaldrop President M-irbel Bird Secretary Vifanda Mae Clemerts Treasurer -""- Eleanor Bishop Membership Chrrn. Comer Clay Adviser l Thats telling it to them, Homer! Purpose: To encourage public speaking in all its phases. Honors Won: Largest chapter in Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas. Sammy Vifaldrop and Eleanor Bishop were ranked amona the first ten in the nation among high-school speakers. Ten members ot ihis Chapter hold the hiahesi dearee possible "Dearee oi Distinctionuz Eleanor Bishop, Sammy Wcrldrop, Mabel Bird, Ereelin Shoemaker, l-lomer Montgomery, Comer Clay, George Washiiiaton, Bill Tippen, Wanda Mae Clements, Thomas Williams. First Row: Eleanor Bishop, Mabel Bird, Wanda Mae Clement, Sazrixriy Waidrorir, H-:niet Liignt- .gf-zirery, Bill Tipperz. Seiirmff E'ef.'.'.' Thsmas W'illifxms, Freelin Shoemalier, learinf- Hay, Gena lennizas, Liixraair,-t Fwrrs, if'l'w'le Prrrrnelly, lViarqar'et 'Walla f"1 5-. Ttiiri F' Miiia Maraaret Vlliff '-" lf'-1, Boi l if Ellis, 'll' in lunxiii '1 lm llnii l'i ,inns l.liilf,r, Ifiiiy' l7rihrj.'n ll rmfm, lfellfx l.ev.f1s. ffvifrtlr Ffi'.x'. ll'iWflItl llI'fi'T'll, li! f',' li lliry, lfli,1ali'3tl1 Sli' lli lf'.",iAv1i l,i.jr,l, luitjf ll',1ii1:.a Lieidl- Jin- lt lam: tri, l.lf1r',' litilllfiltlf Ba:-rift, tfttlr f1'fH.'.' i' imsr Clay, l-.iiss Euiini Tp ull, i.f1.:.s lliiis Hai in 1 lm Lainns, ll. Q, Phil, LL.-orfgi' Wasliiirfgturi. Page126 MARCH OF TIME OFFICEEB Foil Terrii Spring' Term Rochelle Lee izrriory :nrovm Presijierzt Wifi-zhife Skinner Flzqfd ililwzi Vice Presiiezit Ivicucio Lindiey Eloroio Liiifiier' 'E Secretory Eugene Autry Eugene Autry' Reporter Iviiss Pansy' Gardner Miss Ponsy Tfrilflillf' Aiviser Up-toethe-min ute, oren't they? Purpose: To study current history. The Morch oi Time Club is composed iorfgeiy oi exteniporoneuus stiefgtk- ers. Topics of iocoi, siote, notionoi, ond internotionoi iriiportonoe ore discussed in this club. Chino, Iopon, ihe Mediterroneon Seo, ond the Notionol Budqet provide topics of qeneroi conversation for this group oi enterprising siudents. l'ir,st F't'v.'.' Eiiig' L ','f ipri 'A,' , H it fit 1.1, ' f.f11gi,t LW. 1' Q Wiciziitfti Skiiiilfwi. .'?owon'iFf1 ',i.' i'iii4IIlt1',IL4I'.I ','.' i IE,L"Iil1" H+ 1ii:it Fifi' L , I i tl. t tru, hi mit: Lurirfi, Mflry Nf"i ilfrxiiiltftri Thu! Hu '.-,' 5 173111 ii-.:ymr, Lluzu 'f,i:i11z.t': ..t, iii ','.' iv: L i ,'.'1 ii' ti' Iii, -, IW Lrri ff' it iljii Qttouit.. Fourth Hov: Ein Eit,'.'.'ii, Iiiiri iI'1.',','.ipZ, Q-,i:, f 'U lui, LY it ,rtziui Stieq, Miss Pansy Gardner. Page 127 Teachers and Years ot Service i 4 MRS. EDlTH C- SivllTl'l E fflihlfl' WV. lf. BENTLEY High Scliecil if Qfigi 5' High Schcol Q Grades 5 l-- Grades 'l l l l,ilSS RUTH Hl,l'fQ'l'tlS Li , usa. 1 ei ,i i ..i.... .,..i- . . Miss anim cinzoiis Fil.,3.ifE miss TOli,'iivIIE CLA i Hiah 'iliool IO I ?liaE1L?-:zzi-1 . Hiqh School Zl , I ali-es 1 Graties -l UHSS P :NSY lflAFf'l'IE'g3 MRS. RUBY TURNER GATLIN High Sclxpi-ul High Sgiiizol 13 X Gra fs 1 . fl' M6djf f DEDlCATlQN X iw!! ljyllfwjj V These teachers have endeavored to help each student reach a laetter bviff' ,YJ 1 erstandinq of himself and his tellowsy they have aiven their very best A Utrlpfl f that each boy and qirl who enters the Eagle portals may love the school and 'JJ f W uphold the hiqh ideals for which it stands. lt is to these devoted Eagles that riff" My we lovingly dedicate the Golden Anniversary edition oi the FLASHLIGHT. W ' .W v Inq' rl -fl lR1Q'UQ1lN ' H lU .: i::i'v.-Lfr.- '.4:1',-'..",f-j.'-7-13-Z3fill--,'.-'..l,4'-f,ff,g".1 -A:t'.f:L.-if .irz 1-Ilif-'rift x.-, ,111 -gel..:ge-T.slim-'-,'.A'::,1.4.: ,Q RYTHM RYTERS OFHCEFLS H111 Term Spririg Terra I, -. iiciwell I. A ozrnf.-it b . Pres: ierit Ee-ity Latham Put Sl'.iyzie1.' Vice Fresijerit Pot Shipley Eetiy Lotiicrrzz Secretory-TreQ:siirer Christine Flonnoqon .larinie lf-e Summers Reporter Miss lviorqoret Hentileisin Adviser Fifty wordseplenty qood! Purpose: To promote interest ond skill in typiriq. Vifhen we heor the Click-clock oi the keys oi the typewriters ond the stroins oi the "Rational Medley March," we know thot these members ore busily working on their speed ond typing occurocy. First Row: Velma Stonslvury, Trumon Block, Lurline Bailey, lviory Short, Betty Latham, Reita Irvine. Se-:oriii Few: Dorstha Moe Smith, Mary l-lutstejler, Iednne Hoy, Ienxn Forlvus, Lottie E. Hobbs, A. W. Held. Third' How: Marguerite l-liigqinbothcxin, Annie Lee Summers, Christine Flcrnnoqon, Magdalene Edlflwin, Elric: lfiyrle Strciiq, Essie Vee Nail. Fourth Rc.v.': I. D, Tidwell, S. L. Dcivis, Truett Blocl-1, Roy lvlonohdn, I. A. Barnett, Miss More G-31-lt I-len-ilersoii. Page 125 KQDAK KLUB OFFICEPS Foil Term Spring Terri Boyd Wright fumes Vletas Presiziezrl Marry' Vfells Siepheris Pufus Choate Vice Presliierii Arqero Eiforli Lurille fe: es Secrelory Mary Hedrick Hctliryri 111.323-iiel Treasurer Cullen E, 'Willis in ' .err E, V, 5 .firjiviser Good shot, Boyof Purpose: To Creole more iriieresi iii phoioqropliy cmd to rriolqe Ci derailed study oi picture moliinq with ordinary Corrzeros. We le-or Thor if this club iofces very riioiiy coridid Corriero shots Il'iC1l ii will ericouroqe the subjects io submit io o very riiilci form oi lirloclcriioil. Please be Corelul orourid the Lost cmd Pound Bureou, the Courtesy Choir in the secorid floor holl, orid irr both oi the piilclicoiiori oilices. First Row: 'Horgert lvl.'YllSQ-Ii, ,finger F .:. troll, I. 5 Sterile-:'i5, Flllflli fltiie, Friirices. Marion Ereilioxi, lvlfrzy Hb-'1r1"L: .Second Frow' Noriizfiz Eerxv, Sum S:.i1:l,, lglwffhl f--te Q' Fetty 'ir Exslpp, I.ffr:-il: Fleel Cliculotte lv'lC1f:liey, Third How: Toni Flrpdes, Harrie Sz.. , 9ff:ii.riQ.,l AQ.: 1, Ziyi.-'1 Nell Izygieri, Eillg' S J Ciris, lvlorqoret Goode, lfutiieiirie Tlrazzxtie Foiirlli R'ov.'.' lkfo:-:irie if-i-irzer, llnilryr on ' V' ' ' fi YK'-Ajiliezs, : " jill f'11i1gJl.ell, Tliozrios Browrilee, T.: Demi Szrrlrt, F1fll1RCYV.',' Fig Li'Tf.'.fl-IVV-ill, l.f111zil',':1 Pl'-i:'."-rzE.iQl, fl 115 Q5 . . 21, Tours Yl-,-urs, Q. E 'vl.'illis. Page 129 ART UE l l . hr foil Terri, Ljfrrirrr Term Ncfrrnarr Wlritfllielfil Ncrrrnirr Wlirteneld Pre:-:1 lent lwirriy Surf Havlris lrclzi-2 lfills Vice Pressrilerit ltiartha P f,-- arse Dui.,-lle lieai Secretory-Trevrsurer Charlerie Hawkins lriarqar-:Ht lfbl Reporter Frank Fuita Prxnlz Furla Sergeant-at-,firms Miss Eeth Ccrirmbes lrliss Er-th Cccrrilues Adviser Une ot the finer things of life Purpose: To further the interest ot arty to develop art appreciation. Honors Won in Region: Evelyn Baumgardner, iirst in pastel, Olen Norris, first in charcoalg Prank Fujita, second in clay modeling, The Art Club is the group we have to thank for one ot our most amusing chapel programs given this year, the puppet version ot Cinderella. This tairy story was acted by the puppets made by the members ot the Art Club. These same students manipulated them, When you peer tar enough under the paints that cover the taces of this group ot students, you will find the laces ot those who make the attractive posters that decorate our halls and bulletin boards. This group ot artists is responsible for all of our programs to make art a more living subject than most ot us believe it to be. First How: Charlene Hawl-zins, l-l. G. Castle, lnia lfzfirrirrc- Parks, Hfryc-3 Sh-,ltrf1i, N-.rrrribr Vigl.-r, licrrlrrrr Altlvott, Frfrnl-1 Furita, Norman Whitelielfl. He-'onl h'ow.' Vf'-rre Byrd, Betty lane H9llClC'lS'Jll, lun-. Qrurrrt, lvlury' lQli:Lf.rl fptlr Vxflrit-Q, lll'.ll1IlE Gillfrwrtli, laclzie Mills, Miss Both Coornlies. Tlrrri How: M 'irgaret Cox, Betty lo Eownran, Lucille Folliarrl, Nita Host: klurrlzrriqlit, Virqinia lXl'.II'IV.'f'il, lrlartlia Pearce, Mary Sue l-lavirrs. Fourth Row. Durelle Mead, Lolela Early, Alloue: Blackburn, Ann larries, Doris blair, Leila Noland, Gloria Coryell. Page 130 rx. A. A. cottscrorts A UFEICERS Evelyn Bauniaardner President Burnace Ann Agnew, Vice President lvlariha lean Horn Secretary Katherine Caldwell Reporter Miss Gdell lohnson Adviser What a tascinatiria pastime! Purpose: To promote interest in collecting. The A, A. A. club has had several socials this year, aniona which have heen ct slcatina party at the Mclvlurry College cryin, a Christmas party held in the home ot Evelyn Bauinaardner, and a Mexican supper. Elephants, stamps, pottery, and lqniclclinaclqs ct all lcinds are the objects oi these qirls' diligent searching. Another piece added to their collection hrinqs them a nioment ol rare happiness. First h'ff'.t." Vlf'lYZl"I liQ"A1?-.lt, El'.l"1I if t lf i:tl..1 l l sir., lf." 'Q-'li 1r:'t"t'I1,t:i'I, lltlltlut Ann Arm, w, l."l'uj,' ln ix ."A.r1:ti-',-J, Fill:-' El'1Il"ll' . i'l. i?c1i'fi1tl!1'iiv." lt irtitlzy Eitfli, Anim Vlvrf' 'ii' E21 zu.-1 xztt ll' 'ly 4, llini ll' llf. llulltf .1, llctllg- uiinf t'f1lfl'.vctl, Hftla Vliristt pixel, lily Haiti "l-i. '1'l1iril ht-tty Etttli lJ'lf'tl'Il5'Q'It, Y1i"llI11'I lt :3i- xt, Ei tty ll l.t.1til' nz, H- lt It +jf,l1,,H11, 51111, Lwml l:4.'lllf'I, l' sepliiiifl Wiiitet, lv'lz1ravifiAr1ti: Eiitclwz, Fit' ii-, fourth Erma" Ell'ZilIl.'f?ll1 Gene Austin, Gl.iiJ Gill, l.luii exif hiyitwii, l'ti,:iio.5 lv.t:ii,fs, ltttzotliy lluii- n-,-dy, Maureen lvlcllinzie, Miss Odell lchnson. Page 131 FJ? 4 HOMEMAKERS ' .- . , , 1. " ' ' orrrorzas Fall Tern. Sprzrry Term Li,r1in-- Nall Lor.-Arie l'-lall Pre-'iilent lc .Erin Steplfris liar: Hirne Vice Presi ient Giaci lf. H.lI Z".1l'l.i l.lar:ia Lee l.lcGehee Secretlry Ivlaicia Lef- l1lcGi'lir"f' lvlarcia Lee lvlCGel'.ee Trefisurer fatiioriiic- Curtis Y Lutiiie Rucker heparter lvliss Vvliliie l.l. Hines lfliss Willie l.l liines Better homes beina planned fuel, Purpose: To interest airls in homemakinq and to help prepare them for future bomemakina. Delicious odors waiting down the halls around Christmas time, especially, remind us that these club airls are rememberina the season of the year by making palatable Candies. First How: Mae Dell Poe, Iessie Hendricks, Marcia Lee lwlcGehee, Gracie V, l-lulglgard, lo Ann Stephens, Lorene Nall, Ruby Dell Ne-eb. Second Row: Mariorie Price, Mary Louise Smith, Alice Lau l-Iina, Ada Sianfzrd, l-lutiie lc Parks, Dee Elva Shields, lamie Carroll. Third Row: Frances Finley, lean Horne, Lala Grace lvlayiield, Lucille Rucker, lean Cuattle- cauni, Alice lacoks, Mary Evelyn Bryant. Fourth Row: lo Finley Knox, Erma Bradshaw, La Nelle l-lamilicn, Pearl Galle, Feb Sryqiev, Earlyrze Barqer, Teresa Boqqs, Miss Willie Mae Hines. E f - Page l3f KNITTING OFFICERS Fall Tenn :Spring Tern. Ruth lfvfyehfi- Eunice Husliin President Huily lflclrall Ruby lVlCFall Vice Presiflenf Eunice Husliln lfan Biilifiiinirri Seoretary Dorothy iff-rnian Eillkflliv' ifzrnzan Reporter Miss Belle lenes lviiss Fell-e lines Adviser Knit one, purl one Purpose: To learn to knit more perfectly. After learnina how to knit, these qirls irnrnediately began to make use of their knowledge, and as a result of their labors, their wardrobes have be- Corne filled with Colorful sweaters, suits, and purses. ln spite of their efforts to keep it quiet, when they were first learning how to use the knitting needles, there were rnany stitches dropped that were never picked up. First Row, Sarah Ann Stptwe, Eunice iluslzin, Ftuiiy Mclfall, Ftutli Vtfyche, Evelyn Hailey, Dor- othy liorman, It-ane Eohannnn, Marrorie Spieler, Serorid Row: Miss Bolle lones, Addie- Lon E",t'wI'liOIl, laanna Loviriaqoocl, Ntzla Finch, Estelle l-lalrnes, Hazel Davis, lirnniie Ruth lxl-3Gehee Tliirfl How: Louise Ditflifry, Ftiily 'i.'Jeld'n, P,"1ii',' 'SN l-lCfTlIl3, Pitts Dtilft' lerininfjis, lifldttif Lcruisr. Thornr son, Christine X'VCIl'lI'3i'l, horrid f-ian Hl"'Ii"II'i5. Fourth Huw, Marie Etui its, Billie Cnririiie Willifigiis, lL1.II'rli'ft Holt tn, lvl-frrqaret Mftlklriiiis, lainie Barnett, 'vlellrfr Sooairt, Marif- Hearn, Putli Tyler. Page 133 Barn-'-tt lflanly Ve-riiwn Elaclilruln Clyde Oldham lamfs Ycung Charles Beasley Henry Tillett Marshall Tutt W. R. Sibley Agriculture is given serious thought I' In Moore FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS Morrisset Stinchcomlo Fresifierit Vice President Secretary Treasurer Parliarnentarian AVVGUTII Doa Reporter Historian Song Leader Adviser the basis tor advancement from rank to rank in the Future Farmers ot America. Class Work ot a high order, development ot a farming program, evidence ot thrift, and a practical demon- stration ot leadership are some ot the passports to the higher degrees ot the organization. These degrees are: Green Hand, Future Farmer, State Farmer, and American Farmer. This chapter has one American Farmer, seven State Achievement ot the individual is made Farmers, eighteen Future Farmers, forty Green Hands. First Row: Morrisset Stinchsornb, lames Young, Clem McCracken, Clyde Oldham, lo Ann Stevens, Helen Oldham, lune Moore, Louise Bynum, Barnett Manly, Vernon Blackburn, lerrell Fuller. Second Row: l. W, Moore, Ray Spieler, Bob McCracken, limmie Skinner, Max Giles, lack Taylor, Delbert Parrnelly, Dub Sibley, Henry Tillett, Eldon Axe, S. l. Ayer. Third Row: l. R. Moore, Roy Kemper, Leonard Antilley, Bill Barton, Herbert Poe, Morris Wil- liams, Thomas Earl Watts, Charles Axe, Charles Paul, Donald Woodard, Fourth Row: l. R. Woodard, Marshall Tutt, George Davis, Doris lfnox, Eddie Cornelius, George Branch, Travis Ables, Toe Bettes, Warren McGlothlin, T. C. Richardson, Woodrow Griffith, Thurman Broyles. Fifth Row: I. l. Moore, Ezell Matthews, Milton Rucker, Charles Dunn, Leonard Harber, loseph Montgomery, Billy Hay, G. H. Blackburn, Gordon Corder, Chester lones, Merrick Harvey, lohn Henry Mullins, Charles Beasley. Page 134 FUTURE FARMERS SWEETHEARTS -nn-X -,. ,. X LF' :. If I .WZ 5 '1 Wffdiffg . I, -'K 7 l UQ Second year of the reign of Helen l Again we hail thee, Oueen Helen! For the second consecutive year the Future Farmers ot America crowned Helen Oldham queen oi the Abilene Chapter. Six girls ot their choice were nominated by the boys Home-made candies ot every kind were sold at noon, a person being allowed a vote for each cent paid. Two ot the girls were in this way eliminated, and the girl having the highest number of votes was elected Oueen. Her identity was revealed at the annual Father-Son Banquet held November 19, l937, when limmy Skinner had the privilege of crowning Helen Oldham queen. As Sweethearts of the Future Farmers, these girls assist in chapel pro- grams, help in preparing the chapter contest book, and assist in serving at the Future Farmers booth, West Texas Boys Fat Stock Show and Rodeo. Sweethearts: Helen Oldham, lune Moore, lo Ann Stephens, Louise Bynum. Page 135 DlVERSlFlED OCCUPATIONS OFFICERS loe Morrison President Alex Miller Vice President Dere Taylor , Secretary W. Rainey Owen Adviser Purpose: To train future workers for occupations. lt takes two years to finish Diversified Occupations. There are twentyvseven boys and five qirls taking this course. Great proaress has been made by each member of the class, and by the class as a whole. Abilene l-liah School has the larqest class in the state, with the exception of Dallas. Some students have advanced in one year so much that their employers are askina that the students be excused from their aareernent, which calls for two years, so that they may ao to work as full-time employes. Mr. Owens hopes to continue to help boys and qirls find places to worlf: so that when they are out of school they will have a better knowledge of a trade. lt is hoped that a new teacher will be added to the teaching staff next year to help take care of more boys and qirls. First How: Burnell White, Houston Morris, De-re Taylor, loe Morrison, Alex Miller, Lalfaye Gooch, Zelma Schmidt. Second How: lack Thompson, Laurene Little, Anita Franklin, Elois Mclflinney, Marla Richard- son, Hay Landers, Wilford McAllister. Third Row: Leland Williams, l. C, Wilson, Norman Grubbs, Robert Arrington, Charles Ford, I. B. Moates. Fourth How: Roland McAdams, Lewis Cheek, Pat Carson, Otto Upton, lack Holcomb, Winfred Harper, W, Rainey Owen. Page 1 G DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATKDNS OFFICERS loe Morrison President Alex Miller Vice President De-re Tciylor Secretory W. Rainey Qweri Adviser 4 Top How: fjmo Uptnr Shia Management FoHcn:Efuy lld,Puuunn,PUnvi,Somdnt l. C. Penny Kfoniponyg Alex lAHhw Sovn i"i 1 Prhnnng CQHQwIHY, Ltvnn lffuuq, RGdPD Ser Ports, Allisori-Stevens Motor Compmiyg Kittie, viciiiq, Secxrselliv'-r ll'.'ll Q' 'l!'ll"t'lllffQ lflkllllfll Vfliite, lvlcllirmey Lolgiir-'itoiy 'lf--:liriicif:1ri, Terri ii Li Store l.'l'lll3QIE-II1'l'Ill, Xl -:itjiwiiieiy Wcirul, orcitory, first Hcwv lrwvis Shfltnn, Ewickifdl fig y.y, Quit Elefuif 5t"' .gy' Pit 1:2 xr lQ,iiiuu5t, F'tvers lvl-'lcliirie Shop: Zeliria Sfliriixclt, Otticf- 15.111, l., ..tc.o.:'1eij,' 'vi' rt, .,:+:t Azitiifzt ri, Qlcitliiiiist, Hiller lilll' thine Sliopg Victir Oliver, Comer'-t-f-r, lilciltlisf-fr-. 1'f:If'If l. E. ' El ftri-'il l-lei rii, iii, Fw.-125 Efecfric Slvipg Eclsil Tojxlor, Alito lfleclitziiic, St, lolin lwlotor C, My Second Row' Huy luiijers, Stcre lvlt,iiiQ1jf-iii-lint, S, S Q, Cl' tl1Lff..i, fill ::i.fii1 frlixil l , Pfiliiii lylucliiiieiy Robensou huplnueutllmnpouyp Annu lionkhm, Str' liimcqemeny fduners Bwseuwidg VVhUiwl Hoipeq Electrical Service, Hoppe Electric CCf1':igm1ily': lNilttfrl lN'lcAlft3ter, Azcliit --f' 't, ffl,i5l:1ll-lylflltiiiii-lg l. C liVils'iii, Auto Mechoriic, Arcliif- Wilson Gorclqeg l-Qxclz Hf,l-"mill, Arn.-Litxxii H-April, Q' S H Difstiiltxitliiq Coxripuiiy. Third How: lock Tlitimpsoii, lvflectt Cutter, Sul'-'.'J41Iy Stiiir wit l'llfl'1'L'IL'f Stir -i,- t, U-'xt "l'i1g'Irir, Store lJlCIl1tIQ'i" ment, Cotrnplnello Dry Goods Stitireg Marla Flioiiox-isoii, Roviig 5-lrvitirtg, lfgpptt El'f'YI1'i fixitpniriyg lee Dior- 115011, Store lvlmioqeiuerit, ltliriterr, Depcrtiiif-tit .,ll'.Z4Tj Lf-lfriil l.'t.'i.li:ii,s, Au! lvfwilmriic, Dickens-Dil lvlvt-'vi Componyg Housbm1lAoN1a Boker Pon Dandy Eckwryg Lemw5'fhefk,'lutLun5L Alrvne Mbljmue Shqi f ,1"4 YL pw.- Page 137 "wil rows . H H 5 1 r I C H U 0 TE X Q IIADQUAIZIII N Tl!!! IVKYI - N S "-:,:::-:.:-'- I . Lx N 1.-FY PHE55 9 -Q IQTIDII .w 4'- 1 Xxwlihqlv Member 415nH,,1,f' WIBBSDCXQQ 1,1 I ,f:r.W4f' xl j , ,-Z 1'!MFH"lYv:' dfifc1'F.c'fa,LZ',fL 411'-1-257"l.f.f-"' QLFVQLQL-1,1 ,..-,-ff.-Lwi 'H 'XZ' I " ' LL" -ka! of-'Zhu 1' ' ,l ,, i, ,JU A!1,f-MA- k-L.Lt..,- A j Jjfy'l3+'41?.Q'ZfA ' A ' . 1 ,' YQXLEN4' ' I 4"L"'x--Ci EMS-"-.f"'-1 LQQLQ ,- " 0 2? 5 M-,trlgkvyxjggg .1 ',.4L32Liy'f':,44,m .L',.V,N-.J GH 5059 jf", ,zifl , 3 .-, f o, , UL, " """"A"'?. .,,fi:i-"fLf4"'14"'t' ""Q"f' "JI uv-:,.A.,fr 41. --'.'-wLf',',f714g+-'41 X QE . Lora- ,gre UN E TT 5' go,A-f'1"'v'-Q4,--'w"f'-fat.N4L-4",tx.,4WL!--'-ou.'f if 'N N ' Q' N 5 tl ,V--'- X A ' o , A, 1 Yzix X 'xx -X K' Q 1', N-fifff I I' -S Q M. ,S X Eb if ,r4,,.,rf..-t,,,,or5A,Q ,L , X V N Y I K ft Y , P r M 3, 1 2 W Q CoPYR1GHT I A fa S , Q02 Vx U AX M t,, X 7' X I. B. HAYES "ff77 KN Y S f " iv Wk am A 13 K R E X Nk fx Editor NADINE DEES K Business M on ager HELEN DWYER Senior Editor FRANK MYERS Photographer X 5 S E-ix X T. Q 2+ rx QR 7X?:g gxxxg 'XXX 1 t W Q ,Xt 1 Kg f SCHSNCE orricsr-s Full Term Spring Term Elton Hailey Ceralri Hail,-er Presrrleril Lester Ellis Ren D1-srncnfl Vice Presillerit R. c, Fry R. c, Fry Secretary Don Alcins Harry' Rziigo Reporter Robert Ghormley Rufus Grisham Sergeant-at-Arms Puzzlinq isn't it, fellows? Tem EGYHGS Tim EGYHQS AC1l'JlS9l' Purpose: To stimulate scientific interests and to afford an opportunity for student expression. This club has presented in chapel two proqrarns entitled "Television" and "Sci ence Demonstrations." The Science Club tools part in the l937 Road Show. The chapel programs given by this organization thoroughly mystified a large part of their audience. Members who qave scientific talks used their own special technical terms. Experiments were performed that caused the onlooker to fear for the experimenter's life. One experiment performed filled the auditorium with a blue smoke that qave "The Skull" an idea for its setting. First Row: Gerald King, Tom Barnes, Charles Lovelace, Milton Brumrnett, Robert Ghorniley, R. C. Fry, Rufus Grisham, Claude Lee, limrny Barlow, Billy Pennington, G. T, Sandidqe. Second Row: Rhodes Challcer, Lester Ellis, Merrill Reese, Calvin Adams, Cran Hardin, Sinclair Balch. Others: Frank Roberson, Alvin Vantreese, Robert Hulsey, Don Akins, Gerald l-larlirer, Steward-ess, Bill Gilbert. X .f"'f sy 45 ., ' - -.W-4 .-' b ... h . T.-.ovf-'G-1"...r '- fz' -'ur' "f' " - -'N' v .TJP l . f- , Page 138 CCDRRESPONDENCE OFFlfEFlS v- Wm ,5 . ,,. rail lerrrx sizing 16122 Ethel l'lf1i'ril,ricl-: G'-flicgifr Vlil lv Frefi feral I Blanche 'i.'.'riql'if .' "eerie .-.. :l1er L Vice Presiiierzf Georgia lJVilDle Dori 'thy E-lifxzif-S 'f' Ser,-retcirg, Lf,..,.r., Pi, .... fs H ..,r..e.. E4 Trezsurer Miss 'fettzr Moe Slqyton ,ffvivrser Pqfjnq Ovgf Q bjf gf fgfgjqn qgggjp Purpose: To esioltilisli lrieridfglirr with loreigii boys cmd qirls. Foreign movies, octors, money systems, solreols, ciriol general liriowledqe ol the Country iri whicli some corresroriderit ol ilie riierxikers oi this Club lives hririggs iiiliexi color to The lives ol these stiiderris. Exolrioriqe ol pictures lgeiweeri boys omd girls oi different Countries ofieri leods lo ori exchoriqe ol rorrioriiic pleosoritries. Fits! E13 ',4. '.'.'iQf1zfi l.H'J"' 5 1 '.'.' 1,22 Fl 411- f' 1:1 'fi 'r'v'riql.t, l.lfllE G Heiiirs ri 59150111 How' iijiririie fu' ri liill 'xlirisfin Biz Qplil I-lI.?5"I, Friirifiiw L fifirt Y' 'pf-r, Ifelvrifi Lowrif-, lvlfirii-tm Wil w iz ' Tlirrl Ro'.z': Elm-, G Q' . lf! Qfr. 7 ' .- lr rf A' f :1l-12' P: ...' ,xx '11 Flin' stiiie Taylor. Fourth Rcfw: lessi-1 flarie fumes, llgirjr 2.1"-11 4 "" '21 lif- fipxerr lf well, lulirirrie Moe Cfljlail III, Hliss 'rbrm ll:-9 Sl11','t'ri Page 139 ffff-wi is ' HLY J ,-"- -,-I- 4. E Avy-: Y ,L X 'yn H' J' if f . Ul7lElsLF1LiT wt-1'1et,1rj.' Tre 'ifrviler F ' , lull Term Hyfririfi Te 1 ,s , i 4 ' ' 13. li E"ss P, H F 1 I5'1ef::1,1e ' E, ll Hill El! li Il KYIVG PIE-:T1ft:ltl E, 'VL Rial-lie lfl111r'1',' lffilliix ll LILILAS LIYISZNI, ' 1,1 SIX r16IfI6'tJIll' 1.-f111.1:: Curtis D. OW-111 1 '111 fi " tt 1.1! ACl','1SEI Tops in yourzq mouhood Purpose: To Credte, rridiiitoiri diid esidlol riity hiqh sidriddrds of Christian Chdrdcier. Sloqori: Cleor1speeCh,Cleor1 sports, cledh scholarship, cleori liviriq, igmd con qious Christian chordcter. ish throughout ihe school Cirid oorririu 1 to This club represents the highest type oi looy found in Abilene High Sohotgi iri o Chly the boys with the best oi records iii dll fields iri which they eriter dre Voted this orqoriizdtioii, Couricilrrieri' S. lvl. Icy, Revererid VV. P. Gerhdrt, Gorrlori W'eir. first Horn: Rufus Grish-3111, E VV, Ricliile, IX ll. Doss, P, H, Hill, Gdrrif-t C'lIVfXt'Q', Second P?-Jin' Curtis D. Or.-.ff-11, 21311 A211115 Lixrshizll ltfrllsdp, lilrxrr-ug' lfvllliiCIIllS, Elioxi H"IllF',,', E. Lf Third Roi .'.', ' Fl. C. Garrett, Erirrik Erzxiiorrie '.,' , Pirter 'Willis E113 lalsfliiri-, Zolus l.lQtley', Fourth How: Cortriell Tfiyloiy l.ovJrer1-?1- Vfcrcie Pool, Vllvtllltil' Sivley, liiiimi 1.'1 Qonrior, Gr-rvrll Ying Other Members: Vernoii Bio-:l:l.1urr1, Edwiizul Coriipere, loy Riddle, Bill 'l'1p1i 1-,1 11, Homer lvlf'll'CI'fIlX'?Yf', Ed 111115 Woldrop, R. C. Fry, Charles Sewell, G1,:f11.l1i-11 Buslfiy, Gip Oldham SPIRIT SERVICE MIND BODY P-.zge I-llf PEr1soNAL1rY sims 2 OFPICEFS 1' 111 Terr., , . W , 1111"::1f- :tru 'xr P1e:,,1,Ie:1t Eftti 2,5111 fx e F're4s:ie1.. I1i1i11i113r1ff-t V1",11t V1 Se"'ret1'1rjf I-VIYG1 E111 '13'1::1:re1 Frcziees Pruytp Fejoirter Vern: Westi rail: KV-- Serge1111-ot-Arrns Iirs I' t'1r 't' ' '1 J A Q 135' 712 rt'-1-11-+A' Umm tool: them over, boys Purpose: To proriiote ff!-EI'1i1t."l'?1S 1111111 QIQ,fi sgtirtsstiristiigj CI1'tiQI'1'-J the stuoeiits orid to het devetoro- versozticrtitv. r I 1 The rrierrihers ot this dur hf1':3 goiiietpi the 1, ,Lse :hut ooriies with the hcrhit ot pcrusihq before one eiiters CI door. This ond 1'1::111y other t1i1Ctors thot xiicrke up i1 strong persoriotity ore the objectives ot this Ch,1h'st.i1bf3rs. Ivlfiif Jeux .1 1 2311 1 ff 1 . 'Wt .115 1412, EEt,'L'IJf I-1'1f:.'. iff' 1151. I i, 1111111 t'1f.111 ' 12 1111.1 : 1 Il L 'RZ' It' -,'l!I1Tt TE111 J Q11 Ill tt ' 111.-,1, if 'J11 ' " Q . 1- f.11,1:: 5:1 Q' ' 1:1 111 t 'LIIIV' H'QII1'i tit, flitutlz Litiil-12i1tE.I'..'l1k2it1I11'fX1 : Q11-, 1 , ,'1,1ii.1 11:11 f 111112 151111111 I-hill' fit 31, H II sliutt t'1,11,1- L'11111i1-is, Betty' L11 ljfli 3111.4 Page 141 LOS LEALES OFFICERS Olono Fr1rnf1'.'erf1 Wendell Ferguson Wericlell Ferqusiirr Presidente George Canipluell Orville White Vice Presiflente Lwuise Holstein lay Role-erts Secrelaria Peggy Bowers Peggy Bowers Reporlera W v "Q Leslie Page Theo Brown X K f .' N "' Macero del Rey . .i La Serrora Hanjolph La Senora Randolph Madrina Spanish Dancing is Very diverting El proposito de este Club es un nieior entendieniento cle los parses de habla espanola. Tanibien hay oparturnidod para ha lar estahermosa lengua. Las programs consiten en musica, piececitas, y discurses espanoles. Various aradores desde Espana 'y Myiro hicieron discursor al club este ano, y los socias representaron tres piececitas en el auditorio. First Row: Frances Green, Mole-lle Lowrie, Betty Frances Bailey, Doris Vlfood, Carrie Salter, leans Farlzer, Christine Loclzley, Ruth Flores. Secerici How: Roller! Ford, lanies Booth, Charles Sliolner, Nelda Harper, Marian Riddle, Edith Ale:-ianfler, Peggy Bowers, lael: Gcrodriiaii. Third Haw: Crvil White, Louise Holsten, lrlargaret VVoodg', Aline Vinson, Helen Vletas, Melrose Chaney, Tina Bell Tliiinipson, Efilitli Corner. Fourth Row: lune Laniliert, luanita Doyle, lop' Roberts, luanrta Buster, Mozelle Hufistutler, Lojxee Erewn, Eillie McCracken, Aleta Eoles. Frith Rei.-.': Leslie Page, Chester Walker, Wendell Ferguson, Theo Brown, George Carnpliell, I.lrs. E. 1.1. Randolph. Page 142 SOCIAL ENGLISH OFFICERS FQII Term Spring Terni Geraldine Anderson GGIGIdIII9 Anderson Y? President Betty Io Arr-eII Corg Ne-QI I.I:AI1ste Vice President Corinne Fine Irene NgyIo Secretary F' Irene NoyI-Jr MiIdr-eg I.j:d-31: "ti 5 Reporter Q f Norma NeII Mcthiews Nirznc NeII I.fIctE11e'.-fs K 5, Parliomentarian --A-S-4-if Miss Vtfinnifred PIQII Miss Vfinniirej Pfgii Adviser How do you dofrnot how do you do, Corinne "Manners must ctdorn knowledge ond smooth its wgy through the world." "I-Ier oir, her manners, ctII who sow The joy ot youth ond heolth her eyes otdmifdy dispioyd, Courteous though Coy, and gentle though And eotse of heort her every Iook retir'edg convey'd." The members ot this dub hgve improved their soC1gI standing by Iegrning QI- woys to wgit for their hostess to raise her ngpkin from the tghle iirst. First How: Betty' I: Arr-JII, Iiirnfx T11 Il E.f,1tE.1f': , '.Qi11:111f I'11.1, yjilllfl 1 I5,I r.s',' I.I'IIIE BI"iIIII'lCtIl, Ifytiellg I.'111f, I,111'1IIf- '1'I,'11i1f.1111s'11 59031111 How: 01If'g11or Dellis, il Ilvfljfri Q 1"1 , Efittg I-'.IIlILfI"1' A' fu"-Q,'1: I, ,ras Ifiriiiptnx, 1'fIE 1 I-'QIIYE' HUIHIDICIII, Zftlg Ivlfrf Littiff-, Tliirfi How: Mary .51I11'1- F1'.'.'I'i1, Hfitif In Il I.f"if11111f, I.I1l:iri.I I.Q'1,iuj,', i'i',IZZI'lII.II I-11.--, ' Il Ilull IQQAI- ister, Bgriffrrg Street, IIVEIIE' Ng','I-ir, Miss IvN'111:11t1f'i I':11tt. Fourth Row: Frances Poilotxk, IfI'1TI'I1II"t Efgslf-gf, I.fIiur111: ,'LiIf13, ' ,II1,I'.1 Ixxisst li, I.IyrI i:Ij'j'.'IJiQ1iI, Prun- :es Wc1IIc1ce, Billy Flo VV'c1IIis. 1 Page-143 Yew, fm ,M!yAMOJ f1 v S x 'N NArioNAL notion soc113rY l , 1 A or'r1t.i111-111: V ,- 1 x . 5' 1 . fl' 'L 5, '1' n Q V I X -fl-A 8 FQ l. B ll Irtawi lent I'-' '-11'. f Q 1, ... 3 l X , ,V t ,V ,1 1 1. l 1, we Fruit lent " NIC Y ' lil fl: 51- fl' f l 'ft' l'111t?t V11 ISC 'nr' :ff "1 '. ' I' 'Q ' ' , ' it :RE W I 7 W Kgs? lilrs, Blitli C. Slllllll -1t'111'ty Trematrrer l ll Y 313.5 I , S ' A Byr 111 Ewglariil ,3tfi'f1. e , . W VY X .f Q V, l V . 1 . Q ware ' A P1:ry.t1,.,:e To dispel iclriirirrice and Stirer- lll Iflspgcllfqq the 9U7bI'3177 of N79 Clllb stitirtn tlrrcuah tr'-2 i11vest1'g1i1t1c11 rt truth. ll This qroiip is made up ot students ol the Senior Class whose averaaes are in the "1 upper onefthird oi the arades. Only tiiteen per cent ot the number in the Senior class Q5 , is elected to membership in this organization. ln the sprin-:J of every year a limited number of luniors are selected to carry on the work ot this club. Those belonqina xl 1' to this aroup who were elected when they were luniors are I, B. Hays, Nadine Dees, 1,313 Zolus Motley, Eleanor Bishop, Mabel Bird, Sammy Waldrop, B. C. Fry, Fay Grissom, lil 3: Nancy Nell Cox, Elton Hailey, Guy Kemper, Dixie Ftuth Free, Garnet Gracy. 1 This is the oldest national organization in Abilene Hiqh School. Q First Zloty" Eleanor Bishop, Fx, C. Fry, Dixie Butli Free, I. B. Hayes, Betty Hanlzs, Nancy Nell Cox, l' Fay Grissftrn. 1 Secolz I Bt' !11111tf-ttii- F511 l'lfl-K11 Dwycr, Ltdrotlig' tforitet, Ncrrria Nrll lvlatl11t.w., lxltirtlia F-Larcc, Fairy lzrrilriia lib.-11111, Luttisff Byriurii. N Tlirrz I-1't.1'.'. lacl: Boi ini, if-,1111111j.' Vlfztl-:E1.t1.t, l,'.1t.'1ll-3 Fiuclicr, ll.1tl1tg111111' Caltglwoll, Alltric l,l1.'Git1'3l1ey, ifcll lolali11'.y, l3'.II"ll'.I ltflorrfuw, Betty lvlclrilosli, lane lt'CsF'i111o11. Fourth lfftli' lXllf1IYl'Dll'?' lnlf-lt, Evelyn Bau111qi,111.l11c1, lklarqarct Wall, lvl-.rl.1f:l lfirrl, Nt.11l111.' ljges, li. CJ. L1-J11i.tt, 1,1t1111t4t Lvrtmy, P. ll. Hill, bot lip' lt.'l'itrr1sit11. Frrtl. H01-.fx Guy llemper, Patil Clark, Ben Vlfats VV rsl1111qt Il .t 1,1 1 1 lianey, l-icvmrrtil Green, Elton Harley, -as 1 it , J I 4 'XO K-,LfVNV0" tl V I Page H-1 A tk F STUDENT ASSQCIATION Executive Council As the President ot the United Stcttes ccrrries out the lows enocted by the Con- -gress ot the United Stcrtes, it is the duty ot the Executive Council ot the Student As- socicition to cdrry out the lows enocted by the inenibers ot the House ot Representa- tives oi this school. This yeor the Council wars responsible tor the selling oi ddvertisinq, the check- ing, publishing, printinq, ond selling ot cr student Directory. The Student Associcition sponsored on All-School Ciirnivfirl, which they hope to rnolce on crnnuol ottcrir, ond the Qrgctnizcrtion beccrrne tor the tirst tune this yeor ci inernber ot the Notioncrl Asso- cidtion ot Student Officers ond ot the Texcxs Associotion ot Student Qtticers. The orqonizcrtion hcid chcrrqe ot oll pep rcrllies qiven this yeor ond sponsored cr weekly chcrpel proqrcun, For seveiol ditterent conventions ond contests tor students held in Abilene, such os boslietbcill tournornents, debote tournaments, speciol deleqcrtions, ond the Notionol Bond Contest, this ,iroutt crided in securing honies, welcorninq the visitors, dnd extending other such courtesies. Ftepresentcrtives crttended the Stdte Convention ot Student Qtiicers held ot Wocfo, Texns, on April 89. Besides these things crcconif plished by the Student Associotion this yeor, they continued opercrtinq the Lost ond Found Bureou 'Lind rnointcrininq the Courtesy Cornniittee storied lost yecxr. Since the Student A,S3OCitftilCtTt is only cr yeor ond cr hcilt old, plons ore being rnode tor new ctctivities uricl services tor yeors to corne. l7'iI:::t Hi,f'.x" SAl.'l Qtfittll'-ffl? 'Lili i'tf'l.'l.llPI 'QL E"fl'lON ENGLAND Sofviiotzicie E'egii1'E' fp-I ' .31 ivsffer ,-3tn'.'i:2er ,ill blff'l,lil' ' E-I ' 'l.A'i" , 1 fw'igyii.t.:i .'1I:1g.wV .ttgl 'et ull-,1 11 l.7ftl,ll,l'i" !Xf,i't.',.'i" ilf"I':' llAl'liQ.5 liftlfbtii l.lftlilT'Q2'i'l.lEFl'x' inn. Lint Ji. retfzrjf ,':intu1 l1'u1i1c:5e1tt:zlit'e 'f,iL.t,,tln'. ill W ffl llfft. 2 . L it l'A'i' Lil-IIS.-T' All I lfi Q- st tent erm 1 Rc-riresezittititx -..., an ""' 4 fun, N-.. js: ff? had Page i415 STUDENT ASSGUATIGN House of Representatives OFFICERS Suirriirry lNal-iirop Pre:,fir1ie1'rt George Wasliinqton Vice Presifierit Betty Hanks Secretary Fay Grissom Senior Representative Homer lX4rntqornery Itznior Represent-1ti'.'e Diclzie Dane Emmons Soplr, Eepreserilative Wood Butler Freslrnxan Representative Miss 'Tommie Clacl: Ad '." iser Tyrants who rule US Comer Clay Adviser Byron England Adviser r , I Purpose: To govern the student body successfully. First Row: Thomas Williams, Billito Dunning, Dickie Dane Emmons, Fay Grissom, Sammy Ntfalclrop, Betty Hanks, George Washington, Wood Butler, Homer Montgomery, A, lf. Doss, Geraldine lolinson, lrene Moser. Second Row: Maurice Fain, Marshall Faye Landers, Mary Ellen Clay, Patsy Ellis, Nadine Dees, Eleanor Young, Di:-:ie Ruth Free, Ruth Cunninqltam, Sam Conner, Bay Cloud, Guy lfemper, Bill Hay. Tlnrti How: Minnic Faye McGt1ory, Frarifvss lflillor, Luro Mao Free, Ivloiy Elimrltstli VVfi'l,tln, lv'lf5rril"a-ll Rclseits, Bulity McFall, Billie Marie Gist, Maryelia Ratlrmell, Eileen Qtglaiii, Betty lo Lanfilors, Delma McAden, Ella Faye Free, E, W. Biddle. Fourth Bow: Miss Tommie Clacli, Charles l-lay, Annie Lee Summers, Hfirrriet Murray, Betty lo Arrell, Helen Oldham, Bette Barnes, Barbara Gorsucli, Ann Doss, Louise Olcllrarn, Weldon Wimberly, Connell Taylor. Fifth Row: Comer Clay, Garnet Grfrcy, Torn Iourneay, Leonarcl Antilley, Dick Cap-3, toe Byers, Grant Iones, Paul Holmes, timmy Barlow, Marshall Mrllsap, Ben Watson, Iimmy Connor, Byron Enqlancl, Page 146 STUDENT ASSQCIATIGN House ot Representatives 1? rf f-'-: 2 Sdr1,:g1Qr ayzrcp rress :ent Georqe YNasE1ir'1fgtf:n tie Pres! is-1 Betty Hanks Se 'ref rr Fay' Grisscm . iewrre .A1' erztxizx' Hirner Lffritairtierz' r Harriers-ri D161-:1e Dine Eniincms .S 1 Ferre. eg! It 'Nood Eutlffr Tre-:'.'.:g. Fejrren-:en Miss Tf.i111n1 1-1 Std :iz ,gygq 1,1 ix' A-. Elffilll Erisliwi' l "f sf Go'.'ernrnent-minded tassies 0 Student directories, Carnivals, 'an da ice by , L. Hays, conventions, and lots ot beqqinq in Chapel tor homes fi visiting stui ents, hav been the largest worries ot this years Student Assooiotiin, These students try to rule :ver the :ipdny students in our school. They seein to be doing a fair Job for a dan it inexperienced rulers. First Huw .'.' Curtis f' ' 2.1. 472 1:1 " ' ' T1 Lil' l 111- 21:11:11 IIS, hi ttr Hznki:-1,.i'f1111i1tQfVYf,1Tit1"1h 'Wig 4,1 Putt' 1, H411-11 If L-Ce'-'11, 1' fi '.t.' .I 11. ' '1' T,:':i:41f f :tl Q11 E'i'Q1,'t.A.'1't!TT1," ' ' 1: fx-if I,f,11i1 Tin: 1' Iii' .t,', i .,.- 1 . 1, i . .I 1 11 .. E111 '. '." .ts 1 L1 '.-.' zfn'-, '.'.',1,i- PQI, E W f'f11Q.','L11,' El' 121 ': 1 If :111'+ E' 11:1 Pi-iirtlz Hr ",1 . " lj' 1111 111' in ,f 11i.- E ' ' 'fffiz Huh- '," 1 T' 1 th? "':1.i1, T.f"II'I.'VN',I RTIITLIIIUTT, Tf111'.- TLB 11111 ll, I'-11 '. funn It -I 11 -,il'f'1I2l3, gflit. Q Ill' i1'.1.1, D12-11" Ruth Free, 1'1fti1 I" Lf V211 5 1'11"1 ' i V ' I 'V' '1, E' IIE' 1 L-1 Th',I7t',1L5 'k'.'11ii'o1z11s, EiuI,1s ,:1s:,,:::, , , ,',,Q1, , ::.-z , 1, Page T47 A- i 1" ' '- V+' rin ' 7 Cu i " KY iii H-X rw -in If--Q -Q- 'Wmi wil Q ' th.. 1 ' 5 .it Y. L, .si .. -. . .Q- . .,.,.i 1 . lllollrlliilallii , . ' Q? 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X National Bunk Cyounqesi officer of fi ncrtioncrl bank in l902l, Abilene Liqht iii' and Wctt'ex' Company, Abilene lce Com- ' n . , 1 XX pony, Abilene Sireet Roulwoy Com- p-tmy, Abilene Hotel Company ipresi- jg dent or lust. fourl. if Member of school board, 1916-192-fl. l At present, Prlbeide-lit mid Director oi Abilene Corporation, Abilene Improve Q ment Comp-ony, crnd,Peopie's lfffi Horn- f pony, Lubbock: Vice Preesitclem an-1' Di- il water of Citizens NUllOI'l'1l-Bfilllflg Street: i 1,2 ior of Vifest 'fexcrs Utilities Ciurnpcxmr, . w .- 2 - 5 v 'Ie " X .. "HQ Abilene cmd NOFWISTD Railroad. mmf: : it 5 Texas T extile Mills. LC. .M v f-uw wr- its 2 ,, .. ,t , .e ,t Nl' -1 Q tilt i WV ave 5 P-iigiilv gf Ai' 13 ,. 'Mini ,, ' LET? fi' Xi ' i -i Wig' if 2' P' t . t l, will di . t, li . A X lf Ft' " ' A A , . .-Sz, ' Nw'-Vx ,' ', l V ll X V V -' it 1+ Q l ' 'tif' f"" .. lil+il1 ill ,in it lf .tt-fi l l I i ..t 4 i. t x Rf gsm !,ii - ,, .. . 'ix -0 , 1 iw ll ' l' f Ht , ii, in t , X Mitw, Ui, t I GANG GFEICERS Nodine Dees President Betty' Honlis Vice President Bette Bcrrnes Secretory Irene Moser Trectsurer Noncy Nell Co:-1 Reporter l Miss Tommie Clock Adviser l Miss Qdell Iohnson Adviser Senior girls t minds to G on G business MTS- Edllh C- Smllh Advlsef Purpose: The crim of this club shcrll be to promote lecrdership, loycrlty to the school ond to the club, friendship crnxonq the students, especiolly between the up- perclossmen crnd undercldssmen, ond to promote the growth ot qood chorocter. First Hiw-rf' Mrs, Editli Smith, Eleanor Bishop, Myrie I-linsnow, lrene Moser, Noncy Nell Cox, Nadine Dees, Betty H-lnlzs, Bette Bffrrnes, Foy' Grissgm, Geraldine lolrnson, Evelyn Fulwiler, Potty' feorie Price, Miss Qrlell lolinson. Second Rcw: Billie Eerl-1 Mycrtt, Betty iviclritosli, Doris Crum, DQ'TOll1'4f Fiadeidrri, Corinne Eine, fessie Hen- Qlriclzs, Gracie V. I-lul,vlgort,i, Soroti Sym-es, Irene Briscoe, Evelyn Eoumqurdner, Frances Poyton, Eleanor Young, Wdndo Cottelt, Virginia Allen. Thrr't11Row: Louise Holston, Monorcre Schultz, Mcrrciot Lee McGehe-1, Betty Lotliom, Mory Sue Hovins, lvlfrrthcl Pearce, Lucille Williamson, Ado Stonfor-Ll, Virqirnd W'orl:, Mduririe lntdrnptcn, Heler. Qfinnell, Lu- cille Hriclzery Mrxrqdret Hfrrlzer. Fourth For-.'.' Ccrrlerif- Bowers, Vl1"fIltll'QI Crifiur, Morjx DI1Cjfj"'IS, lirmti ffrrrill, A tfr Qpgrl lwlfrrrsfr, l'-il?" A'Ql'QIIl'tS, lEll'lI1SllIl? Curry, llcrtlierine L'+Qrli,lwell, Lurline BCI1lE'z,', Mozelle ltutlstutler, lhruline Adfirrni, lvi+?lll'Ll H -.,'r Qtqllt, Miirrj: Ellen Grlrrifvre. Fittti Row' Ruby Dv-ll Neely, Mmy Trontliiirii, Hose Euirisvy, Bc-lil-rr, Rug: Eirrlqw, llfirztity liuviii riclz, Ptrlm L EI"II'l"l'l, llo Moe lcflinson, Erfrnces lones, Evelyn Tcrgrlor, Hde -lol-E-, iviorrqiifritf. l,t5Et':,l-i, Lorctny' tflirrier, Verncr Emmo Vllestlircioli, Morqdrcret Cox, Lottie B. Hcliilis, Felg Sryqley. . A I . .f.uUy A0 Mir N Page 148 X Nadine Dees President Betty Hanks President Bette Barnes Secretary lrene Moser Treasurer Nancy Nell Cox Reporter Miss Tommie Clack Adviser Miss Odell lohnson Adviser Mrs. Edith C. Srnitlfi Adviser "N, 3 ,tt l ' A x Q .vl c f vii esf lf- ' iff. 'fs 1 'A ' Y Working for G an G service award Activities: A Ghristnias party for the Fresliriian girls, the servinq of tlrie tooo at the Senior picnic, and the G an G tea tor the girls and their mothers were the most if important enterprises ot the organization this year. First Bow: Ljuise Bjfriuiii liicliif 'Er-lef T: Girsll-:Ii Bell Gixristegvlei, lvfiivlielle Halt, Fairy Thelizia Beam, Miss Tornririe Cla.:l:, Yffaralrf-2 I , ..t, lla: "", . l.'liG:iuat'.-ey, Bevf-rlg' Wallace, Sue Graham, Coristfirxce Norveli, Second Ftow: Saiettiz f.floz:,'." Gletiir ffm- Y' zzil. Ggvf- Byriurn, lwlozelle l.cvel'3aX, Btirrotliy luiallett, Lida Mae Lewis, Dorothy Ct.f':r'i:-gf, Baer.: ?"rl:l':Ji:i, ' 1:1 Qiiattleliauiii, Bertice fairly-rslev ll--it-1 Htiiiiiiltori, Augusta Bond, lune Stewart, Third Row: lean Steiger, ftristirxie E. :-:ie lf ri!a:il.i l.far oiie l.3:iqa,lLii, Patsu' Ellis, Helen Dwyer, Dorothy Crawtcrigl, Nell EIf.'L:riej.', 7 F: -"', ifhristiiie Flaiiiiaqczri, Aly:-.1 lvlt.IV'? VfellE,or:'i, firin- Meslcirneii, Billie Bae Garrisari. Fourth Row: Helen Guwaii, Ni-llizie Gifztrefitiq ltlell rlzzvev, tflizistine lvlfllfll, lol1i'tr'.,f Areniiall, leg: Boli- erts, lune Lambert, Ollie l3axtc:i, l..-is O: incl, P'-fgzgigu Doris Bziqffs, Pauline Held, Frances Hualzes, La lielle Hamilton. Frith Bow: Vera Husliiii, Glprisiine .3:i,'.valier, Lijxre Ercwii, Gale Peterson, Lorene all, Fraiil-:ie liiiy, Dorothy Gray, Will:e Laura Gilcreili, laclzie lvliils, Billie lean Eastis, lay Hatlicack, Dot VJeatl1ers, Cliarlittte Conner. l , uf! . , fy tb, -Y V1 . 4fyL,a.4,?7. J , , .1!-'AnLJ7.i 1 Page 149 PEP SQUAD OFFlCEFlS lrene Moser President Eleanor Young Vice President Dixie Fluth Free Secretary ,.. f Marjorie lo Massey Treasurer Bette Barnes Chairman ot Checkers Miss Glenna Faye Grant Adviser E-A-G-L-E-SfEaqles.l Purpose: To support all athletic events in which Abilene High School participates. When the last echoes oi their yells tor our basketball teanr were dying away, this club began making plans for their annual Homecoming in May. First Row: Mariorie Io Massey, lrene Moser, Dixie Ruth Free, Eleanor Young, Bette Barnes. Second Row: Maxine Beasley, lo Nell Page, Marilwell Ftolferts, Norma lane l-lodges, Constance Norvell, Virginia Shepard, Lucille Folliard, losephine Bentley, Catherine Curtis, Patty lane Hays, Third Row: Ennna Cozart, Gladys Marie Gut'-st, Dorothy lfennecly, Maureen Mcl-Ienzie, lfathryn Hall, Betty Lou Ggbourne, Louise Phillips, Evelyn Iohnston, Wlancla Walliclz, Corin Cooper. Fourth Row: l-Catherine Randall, Anna Gray Murray, Ella Faye Free, Nita Hose Boulrnight, lane len- nings, Lura Mae Free, Virginia Maxwell, Ruth Cunningham, Dorothy Fitch, Lillian Hart, Miss Glenna Faye Grant. 5 Fifth Row: l-Catherine C l yell, Bernice Herring, Geneva Huddleston, Elsie May Saylor, Lafon Baker, lewel Lindsey Argero Bqglh aline Fenner lvlawine Fenner Freelin Sh-rernaler Mccelle Stevenson Io llahna Cravvforij6Lj-fl ,I A V Y I ll F lr Y V M H WV M F E, . Jn! W1 JL I X I lf fll, hrlpj H ,av Page 150 Q 1 2 A., 5- .. 4 2 V! 'K E 2 x f , tr, H PEP SQUAD e 5 e iw ? J- .f v K Q qw - , ,, f : 1, 'Q at - M In :jew If A' , , , 'A 'L'-fr, Qf , ' - -f" gif- N ' -V w ir I N7 . ., , ,V,, .V,V, Q , V, 1 at .,,,, W, ,. . .y , J' ,v, 1, Q .Q gfzfqy ,. - JL z. L ' ., git.. . Yea, team, fight! OFFICERS lrene Moser President Eleanor Youna Vice President Dixie Buth Free Secretary Marjorie lo Massey Treasurer Bette Barnes Chairman of Checkers Miss Glenna Faye Grant Adviser After yellina and sinaina themselves hoarse at the football aarnes which lasted well into the month of December, this qro up of airls faithfully went to the aames and supported their basketball team. As a result of their loyalty to this team, the boys won second place in the State tournament. First Row: Matiorie lo Massey, lr-fine Iylfts-A-r, Di:-:ie Birth Frv-P-, El-Atflllfit Youna, E:-tte Baines. Second How: Marcia Le-1 lvlcGel1ee, Lftrraine Mifit,llf-tfrn, Lillian Frf-rivli, Myrle Hinshaw, Geraldine lolin- san, Betty Baucher, Fla-1 Ctilw, Lntline Bailey, l-.flary Loi, Aqrifw, Gl-iria Hfifllirraslieaff, Thirtf I-low: Patsy Buiraqe, ltjtyl-latl1Cf'rClZ, Beth Christopher, lftorotliy lslarrzliricl-1, Frtlni L Branch, lean Horn, Delma McAden, Billie Blanche Smith, lune Stewart, Mary Frances Spangler, Fourth Rowg Lavina Carnpbell, Betty To Bowman, Dial-:ie Dane Ernrnons, leon Hay, Burnace Ann Agnew, Frances Greenfield, Myrl Biqqerstaff, Billie Doris Holland, Mary Virginia Little, Lourine Strain, Miss Glenna Faye Grant. Filtl r Row: Di:-tie Montqornery, Marititg-lle Holt, Kathryn Baines, Nancy leanne Blanl-zenship, laclzie Belew, Charlotte Conner, Eloise Elrnore, lean Flolwinson, Vv'anfla Mae Clements, tiene Naylor, Erna Lee Wall. Page 151 tb, .. gt if , 1, If s 5 A - nfl I 'nf A 1, - 4111" W . it ,A Cl Prrricesses and Escorts: Myrle Hinshaw, Bud Gambill: Dixie Ruth Free, Leonard lohnson: Betty Burns Williams, Frank Waters: Helen Oldham, Lawrence 'Wade Pool: Dickie Dane Emmons, Grant Tones: Grace Elizabeth Compere, Claude McAden: Karl Bonneaux, Bill Tote, Odell Herrnan, Dcrcttzy lean Shaw, Mar- shall Millsap: Kathryn Barnes, Murray Vfilliams: Georgia Ruth Crandall, Robert Gilliland: Mariorie lo Mas- sey, Mac Bowyer: Nancy Nell Cox, Mac Barnes: Nancy lean Blanlzenslirp, lustin Gray. Ward School Attendants: lohnnie Barron, Locust: Margaret Blythe, Central: Dorothy feane Botkin, Fair Park: Dorothy George, College Heights: lo Ann Hughes, Alta Vista: Emilie Long, Valley Viewg Evelyn Owen, Lamar: George Ann Yarbro, Travis. ROAD SHOW ln March oi i937 the student body ot Abilene High School selected three girls from each oi the classes and three boys oi lunior or Senior classification. The three girls in each class receiving the largest number ot votes were princesses. The girl re- ceiving the highest number ot votes was crowned Oueen ot the Road Show. The three boys receiving the most votes were Bill Tete, Lord High Chancellor: Karl Bonneaux, Prime Minister: Odell Herman, Herald. The Executive Committee was as iollows: Miss Myrtle Trantharn, General Ghair man: Miss Odell lohnson, Assistant Chairman: W. Rainey Owen, Business Manager: Comer Clay, Stage: Miss Beth Coombes, Design: Miss Ouida Clemons, Glee Clubs: Raymond T. Bynum, Orchestra: Miss Pansy Gardner, Publicity: Henry A. Tillett, Sets and Properties: C. B. Ford, Assistant Director: Miss Glenna Faye Grant, Dances: Miss Helen Grace Williams, Secretarial Work: Miss Odell lohnson and Miss Beth Coombes, Sponsors of Coronation. This program was brought to a brilliant ending by the crowning oi Grace Eliza- beth Compere Oueen ot the i937 Road Show. The stage was set in classical style, and the princesses were in Grecian costumes ot white silk. This was the fitth annual Road Show, the first Road Show in 1933 having been under the general direction ot R. G. Cole. Page 152 C O L O R E D The colored students of Abilene rndy bodst ot the newest schoolef-4936 mdrlcinq the dote ot construction ot the school dt North Ninth ond Mciqnolio Streets. lt cost forty thousdnd dolldrs to build the school which otccornnioddtes three hundred dnd titty-tive students ond seven tecrchers. +G 'Yr +6 -K -X- M For eiqhteen yedrs the Mexicdn children oi Abilene hdve dttended the Americdnizcttion School on North Eighth dnd Mdqnolid Streets. In l92U it Wds constructed ot d cost of ten thousdnd dollctrs. Since only six qrctdes cire tduqht here, the more drnbitious students complete their study in the other city schools. Two hundred sixteen enthusidstic youngsters dre under the direction of tive tedchers. ADVERTISING FRIENDS M F X I C A N Index of Advertisements lt is with rnuch pleasure that we present you these closing pages because it is the merchants represented by the advertisements in this di- vision who have helped to make this yearbook possible. lf you like your annual, show your appreciation by patronizing those who have done their part to publish it. Abilene Candy Co. ,,.... . Abilene Christian College ,. Abilene Greenhouses . Abilene Laundry Co. , ,. Abilene Printing Co. ., Banner Creameries Bantau's Cleaners .,.. Campbells Dry Goods ., Castle Co., David S. . . Chandler, Emmett ,,., Cities Service Station Citizens National Bank Clinic Pharmacy ...,... Coca-Cola Bottling Co. . . . , Cornelius, A. A., leweler Couch, F. W. ...,.,..... . Dickenson Motor Co. .. Dorton Drug ..,,,.,..., Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. .,., , Draughon's Business College F. G M. National Bank ,..., Fielder-Dillingham Lumber Co. ,, , Frank1in's Dress Shop .,,... Friendly Store, The Gulf Oil Corporation .....,, Grissom Department Store ,, Hall Music Co. ,,... ...... . Hardin-Simmons University . Hendrick Memorial Hospital 1-ligginbotham, D. L. .,.,.. . Hilton Garage ,.,.. Hilton Hotel .,.,.,.. Howard Dress Shop Howard Drug Co. . . , 1ackson's Dress Shop . ,. Iennings Lumber Co. 1. 51 L. Dye Works ,.. . KRBC Radio Station Linton Drug .....,,,.. Lion Hardware Co. Longhorn Creamery , , . 178 166 179 170 160 167 172 166 179 172 171 170 168 159 178 180 179 177 171 169 174 172 178 180 173 162 174 157 163 180 175 169 180 167 173 179 178 168 155 175 172 Majestic Confectionery , Mary Beauty Shop Mead's Bakery Medical Arts Pharmacy Miller-Perkins , . , Minter Dry Goods . . Monaghan-Skiles Motor Co. Montgomery Drug Co. . Myers, Frank, Drug McMurry College No-De-La Shoe Shop . Pangburrfs Creamery . Paramount Theater , Pender Co., The . Penney Co., 1. C. . Pepsi-Cola Petty Motor Co. . . Piggly-Wiggly , Popular Department Store Presley Iewelry Co. Radford Grocery Co. Rene' Beauty Shop Richard Shoe Shop . Right-Way Laundry Russell Dye Works Sears, Roebuck cSf Co. .. Shelton-Webb Motor Co. Shoe Service Shop ,, Smith, Rex A. . , . South Texas Lumber Co. Sorority Shop ,.,,... St. Iohn Motor Co. .. S, G Q. Clothiers Taystee Bread Co. , , . , . . Thornton's Department Store Thurmarfs Studio , , , , , . , , Waldrop Furniture Co. Weltman's Dress Shop . , West Texas Utilities Co. . . ,, Western Motor Co, . . , ,. White's Pharmacy ,.,,. Wilson Cafe ,.,,..... Wooten Hotel ...,,,. ,, Wooten Hotel Pharmacy ,... . . . . Page 180 176 171 177 176 164 177 179 178 163 158 173 164 165 176 175 180 173 165 178 175 162 169 168 174 167 178 168 170 179 171 179 176 wp ies 156 177 179 161 177 180 178 174 180 154 WHO 000000 ME? YES YOU! T f' ,,. 5 WE WANT EVERY ,,,qm. STUDENT AND T Q Z TEACHER TQ , VISIT QUE A 'Q gif fra. NEW MODERN STORE iff-'QRA A A A A A- EQUNTATN DETNESALUNCEEs--EAMEUEGEESYCETLT TOIULET ARTIICCLES 40, DRUGS 555555555 LIINTCDNQS M. L. THURMAN MRS. M. L. THURMAN M16 ?mTLlWF'KciDTWSw Al31lc m.ggTcxa5 YOVR OFFICIAI. PIIOTOGRAPHER '38 .... ' 3 9 .... '40 .... '41 UE: :'Lf0Lu.i of Bsffzz gDAoi'of7'za,l2gH Page 156 2313. - fr- -r,,,, It I I 39- Dail' iff' YE frgfff 'I 'sc g .gx?7llnkx'. gb .U . ? D r ia W .k,f1,LT -g w ifai-iZL: I I-IA DI SI M NS 'J' 'I R N- M o ,r 'ga 3: ' at I'-'fb' DT? I UNIVERSITY ::3tl,,' ll A-If I' T- 1 I maui f5,, . I Eklfillcfi tc Illfsfconza fo " has-Q iff, s..,gf' I , , ' ' , M IN ' I I Sqlicfslza .jlfuffi cgjcfzoof 3IEl'ZLO'Zi in . . . . . . ll It I-'Iardm-Simmons University invites you to tt, ,I enroll for a university education ,M Degrees may he obtained in Bachelor ot Arts, Science, and ,, II Music. Complete courses ottered in liberal and iine arts, II, It and professional training in Pre-Medics, Pre-Law, Pre-Engi- NI neering, Speech, Art, Music, Education, Iournalism. I II Dr. I. D. Sandeier, I-I-SU president, is dean of senior college I M cmd university heads in Texas. I I-Iardin-Simmons University, pioneer West Texas Christian ll institution, founded in ISQI. has recognized leadership in educational iields. tw I I-I-SU is a member ot the American Association oi Col- ll gt leges, the Association ot Colleges and Secondary Schools ,lg L, ot the South, and the National Association oi Schools oi , I Music. III Its recreational and athletic programs are ot high rank, II and varied enough to he attractive to everyone. . IQ ,, For Catalog, Pictorial or a I Visit by a Representative, Address II I Secretary-Treasurer I-IARDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY ll ABILENE, TEXAS N I iii T' Amrgfgfiifl l - '-'W - f ' ' tl Page 157 ,s , - 'mv . I A. A ' f ' 4 ff ' 0 ,M A fff4 Q 2T5Qfff2fi,y 4'-A -fp5e,f.5f w:.p-.. .Q b,, ,' , ' , ff - A fa 32 ? 7 ' '-Q A 1, 7, 1, 'TX 1 , Vf,- , W ,Q-L, ' 4 VA 1 15.1K fifviffiixfv- .5if Z ak .Q rx-Q," ' 1: ' s w,iMgM'-Qjmqigff-,w J b 7 , ' 4 'Q ' ' Y .wee Q X 2 KF l bA kk . 1 Y 1 ' , ' ' 3. 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ABILENE, 1.1 Page159 TEXA A Department Store tor Business People ElBlLENE PBlNTlNG Si STHUCDNERY CQMPHNY Printers -:- Stationers -:- Complete Qtfice Quttitters sions iss cvpssss sr, ritcrosv 241 nicizoiw sr, ee e e ABILENE, rims Fbiifriaf Sczfsi 64351205 A. B. Dick Co. Mimeographs and Mimeograph Supplies Bank Supplies--Blank Books Buled Sheets Qftice Furniture Filing Cabinets and Filing Caloinet Supplies Desks-Chairs-Taloles Loose Leaf Systems Account Books Special Gtier ln Genuine Engraved Wedding lnvitations and Announcements '35 .::s5F55ff51 X- I ..,. 5 3 tm fi FOR 50. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR ENGRAVING PLATE X jig ',", Choice ot 35 different styles of lettering, Price includes 5 inside and outside envelopes. Additional invitations or I Announcements at 4 I-'2 cents each. N X 7 , ii'- SU Engraved At Home or Reception Cards 555.50 l:,:ff:,,,' Additional Cards at 3 l'2c each X 9 X lUO Engraved lntorrnals, including envelopes 33.00 JL -, X. 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'rvpes OF BEAUTY ssavlce West ot Wooten Hotel on 3rd St. ztlroculty Members cmd Atumnoe, You Tool cgi the sau go on . . . . . this hook will become deorer to you. We ore glad to contribute this hit to help you get it out. f 611125 QU' omrfwlcf "Fashion Center of the West" Pq16 We Congrotulate Abilene l-liglw School For every member ot the graduating class ot l938, for every teacher and administrator who has labored so efficiently to make possible this excellent session, and We invite each graduate of Abilene High to become a McMurryan With us you will tind outstanding instruction, an unusual demo- cratic spirit and an emphasis on Christian character. Yours will be the opportunity to develop by participation, not simply by observation, in the class room procedure and student activities. Write Us For Descriptive Literature lVlclVlURRY CGLLEOE ABTLENE, TEXAS Thomas W. Brabham, D. D., President Himniiicii lWlllEMOlRlIAl llilosivririliit Sicritooit or Niuiisirno Ctiers a three-year course in Nursing to graduates ot ACCREDlTED high schools, leading to eligibility for Registration. Students are admitted in September ot each year. For bulletins and tull particulars Write: oirircroia or NURSES ll-llcendiriiclk Memorial Hospital Abilene, Texas Pg 163 Going Places? it's up to you and the Way you plan your course. You seniors . . . ready to enter college . . . or business . . . plan well your course . . . and put all you have into the execution ot your plan. flip, fl"lfli?'4?Tf1..gT"T'f--,.T'M -, - . , ,Q 2- larr y ? - 1 1 , As a store . . , we have . . . and are Going Places, In-i1 t f'atgge-was F y A. . O L ,Q L., ,El-me rom a very small beginning go years aqo we have -- ' an , A come to this store, tour tloors thoroughly modern E' v"' ',,:1.:e: " - . 'g ffi g 1 - -F L -. A in every respect. We would deem it an honor to ' ' 'Lis-5 M ' "f "ll +3 4 4 . f p 2 serve your needs rn clothes tor graduation occasions. -.s,.-... , .L H f if , ia ,si I Q ' -1 ' yy ,AMF 1900 S 1938 ,R T1 1" . ,- it J Howdy, Everybody 'Q u p,Wl'L' Tm Your oid fret" Mickey rqiifmq gp, The management ot the Paramount, Ma- ..i T ' ,. jestic and Palace Theaters has asked me to express their appreciation tor past patronf aae and continued cooperation. AIR r4"'a'W"sD CGNDITIONED Plus XL! The Best Obtainable MATINEE DAILY in Stage and SCFGGH IN ALL THREE THEATERS Attractions 2 P. M. to ll P. M. Continuously l Page 164 THE PCDPULAR Bsffaz Q?41ZILE.ifO7l 66116 242 Cypress 'The West Texas House" .HE EA ENDER3 QMPANK1 FURNITURE LOOSE LEAF FILING DEVICES SYSTEMS SAFES ETC. 51 ffarzufIzcfLL'zi1zg .fgfcifiolzazi Complete Line of Qffice Supplies ABILENE, TEXAS Page 165 'tr rf R lb Q n, Congratulations, Seniors UPON YOUR GRADUATION FROM ABILENE HIGH SCHOOL JP - " f . fx ' I.. X- I x , 'n"'u. X It I-1 xg I ' Abilene Christian College invites you to visit its campus and to enroll tor our thirty-third session, which opens September lil, l938. IAMES F. COX President ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 1550? af vom gauozifa cglfo 'za cmcf Sava AMPBEU P 166 5 Howriirau DRUG CQMPANY "The House ot Many Favors" EREE DELIVERY i 182 Chestnut St. Telephone 6209 i ARILENE, TEXAS "Day in Day Out." "Year in Year Out" Seors gives you more vcxiue per doiloi. You will be oniozed ot the money you Con save in o yec1r's time by shopping ot Seors. Visit your neorest Seors store ond see for yourself the mony volues they have to offer, their you too will Enow why the notion is soyinq "it's Sote to Sove ot Seorsf' ii T A SEARS. HUEBUCK ANU CU. 35866 PINE STREET ABILENE, TEXAS i T CONGRATULATIQNS, ABILENE HIGH SCHQQL im W E QQ, jeg-Jflffiffg-Bziffaz PRODUCTS Jas Uzsazrz I "They Toste Better' Home of Better Doiry Products S T , ,EEZ ii Page 157 DMINISTRATTON MISS FLORENCE MONTGOMERY W. G. SWENSON Representative Businessman Class of 1897 Southwestern University, A. B. 1901-- first honor, highest four-year scholar- ship average up to that time in the institution. Organizer and director of Abilene CS Northern Railroadg organizer of Citizens National Bank fyoungest officer of a national bank in l902l, Abilene Light and Water Company, Abilene lce Com- pany, Abilene Street Railway Com- pany, Abilene Hotel Company Cpresi- dent of last fourl. Member of school board, 1916-1924. At present, President and Director of Abilene Corporation, Abilene lmprove- ment Company, and Peoples lce Com- pany, Lubbockp Vice President and Di- rector of Citizens National Bank: Direc- tor of West Texas Utilities Company, Abilene and Northern Railroad, and Texas Textile Mills. lBSS - - lB9B MISS FLORENCE MONTGOMERY Representative Public School Teacher Class ot l89l Was graduated from Abilene High School in l89O and also in l89le-the year the school was affiliated with the University of Texas, when another grade was added to the curriculum. Teacher of the fourth grade in the old High School Building lB92-l893 and primary teacher in Abilene until 1909: Houston Public Schools l909- l9l2g North Park School in l9l3g Abi- lene Public School l9l3-l9l5. Returned to Houston in l9l5, being assigned to the lohn Brackenridge Ele- mentary School, where she was made principal in 1920, which position she still holds. Miss Montgomery is the first Abilene High School graduate that chose teach- ing as a life profession. WY G. SWENSON ti i l t t tl t . I l 1 l R I L 1 l l t 1 l . H 1 t ' t i t , X . l t ' t T a i t t T 4 l t t l l t t t 1 t 4 F t I 1 t l t t l t Elijixjif' it g .e-----we--f-fc -3 .- ,a -31 if j g ?'-V A . N f-5'mYl' f' Wifi ,f-wt I W- , br a . f '21-if-1 65 f Lil i HOE ERVICE TORE COWBOY BOOTS MADE TO MEASURE Luggage Boot and Shoe Repairing g NEW sTAE E, OVER WEST TEXAS 51575 KRBC Aaglm YQ 5' ABILENE YW Q5-ff? , . . 250 Wang rdqyy 100 'JB Watts Cnightl. Operat- WZW . 45.9, ing on a Ereguency of vga l42O Kilocycles. 1 A .JL Xl' V " me A M x iqq ,QW M3 I1 M n 9 'I l'1!'A 'V' Y W4 P ' 'L' Q ""'1'5'55""I' Sffgliws ij Abilene, Texas 44l Pine St. -QTTTTWT Stay Tuned On YOUR FRIEND OF TI-IE AIR CONGRATULATIONS- May the spirit of the Eagles always be with you CCILIINIIC PHARMACY "Abilene's Prescription Drug Store" ELIZABETH ARDEN TOILET ARTICLES We Deliver Immediately Teler'-hone 3223-45224 Corner 3rd and Beech RIGHTWKIAUNDRY "YOU CAN'T GO WRONG Tl-IE RIGHT WAY" 509 Oak Street Phone 5295 PageIE ll ooMPLiMENrs or ll 5 I lfililillllm I 5 ,i 270 Rooms--270 Baths 52.00 to 33.00-"None Higher" SERVING ABILENE AND WEST TEXAS C. N. HILTON, President FLETCHER I., BHUMIT, Manager Tl-IORNTONS DEPARTMENT ll lt sroRE t "A CITY WITHIN ITSELE' Fourth and Calc Street Abilene, Texas V 948 Posri'roNs tl The record ot our Employment Department lor last year - 940 calls for oitice help, 570 place- ments, and 378 unfilled positions- virtually insures inspiring employment opportunities when you I graduate here. These beginning positions in business, many at them witli nationally-lfznown con ll cerris, pay good starting salaries, provizle congenial surroundings, and offer inspiring opportunitie tx for advancement. Truly, the Draughon training and placement facilities offer the surest and snortest 'I route to fascinating emplo ment opportunities when your next school days are over. Y it K5 V l1!BBC5Cl I tl 'T it onus ,, wtcrura FALLS. Aamens. 'cus ' l l' "r' r -!15 T:'iiili'11ijgii'l'fi - fl f,s,i',iL', 1 ,,i' LQ 'Yi ig ' 1 ff-'7' Lg7lW RICHARDS' SHOE SHOP FUR BETTER SHQE REPAIRING AND DYEING l McKay' and Cement Work For Ladies Q We Lead in Our Line L 170 Cypress St. Abilene, Texas Page159 BULOVA, I-IAMILTON, ELGIN WATCHES If I I it 'A 4" ' . P521 EREX A. SMITHS D tiff! I 3 JBWELER , AIKEN! Y TEXAS 1 I DIAMONDS 3 IEWELEY - SILVERWARE oqffzgme I Z "lr:-ss oooo owen COD SINCE 1894 I 'I 768 WaInut Street Phone 5266 W"i:if31?2fl-Tielf '4 ,,,' 'EEE' ai- V- - if-ff 2-'ff Ei "" 1' f f?fl' -'el-f -ffap' - l'-1'1ig1-Tlg, 1 0 0 0 The Citizens National Bank It ,I ABILENE, TEXAS 1 "A Service Institution" il Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I ASK Fora- rr C! 11 Fjayifsa Baa "TI-IE BEST LOAF OE BREAD IN TOWN" It Baked in Air Conditioned Ovens Pg 170 IE IT'S CITIES SERVICE IT I-IAD TO BE GOGD Stovall Service Station ZII7 South First l3Ul Pine Street ENERGY EGR SCI-IOOI. DAYS Eat MEAD'S fine BREAD Buy BREAD From Your Favorite Grocery I I I I GY ,zgsgsgsgsgsgs ga:s:s:s:as:a:s:af:5sgs5sg sgs5s:s:a:s:s:s:s:s:s:s:s:af siIE12251E:i:S:2:2 s s:s:. 2sEs25Ss3a5rE:2:5:2: 5:52 -s:s:s:s:a s I I AT TEN, TWO, AND FCDUR SGRGRITY SHGP LADIES' WEAR, MILLINERY, SHOES Abilene, Texos Telephone 5141 Corner of Pine ot 2nd qe171 WE SPARE NC EXPENSE Attention to Every Detail Makes Qur Service Superior Dri-Sheen Licensed Qperator 5.254.140 WURBK? x xx x, ' rf L N. 2 l. R. Eieloler O. D. Dillingham Fielder-Dillingham Lumber Co. HGOGD BUILDING SE'HVlCE" 4lU Chestnut Dial 3733 IN ABILENE ir ts IUNGHURN C ol Y QBAME9 or ooURsE Home ot Perfectly Pasteurtzed Milk and Better Butter and Real lce Cream 4th and Chestnut Phone 6277 E mme 11963222195 509-lU Minus Bldg. Dial 5665 GENERAL INSURANCE AND BCNDS Pql7 COMPLIMENTS OF QMQQL Sennfs ABILENEHS FINE STORE FOR WOMEN 274 Cypress Street W. P. WRIGHT Distribuior GULF OIL PRODUCTS AbiIene, Texas FOR TI-IE LATEST CREATIONS IN ICE CREAM Specify AT YOUR FAVORITE DRUGGIST P I I - As 4 STORES -M-- 4 MARKETS Owned and Operated By I. P. NICHOLS CS SONS Pg 173 Russell Dye Works i ' " V Cleaners of Distinction ' "" Krliiied SUITS Suede Iqgkgtg Blocked to NEW Factory N Measure For Eur Coats and Other Valuable Fm shed "Theres No Economy Without Complete R . , 1 Winter GarmeniS -E555 Satisfaction --- THE OLD ESTABLISHED BANK Serving Abilene and West Texas Since 1889 llile lflarmers N Merelnlantts National Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "HIGH SCHOOL HEADQUARTERS IN ABILENEH it I-nom. wooTEN Special Attention Given to Parties, Banquets and Other I Social Functions BOB WESTBROOK I HALL MUSIC COMPANY - CInc.l "Everything ln Music" I MASON QS HAMLIN-CHICKERING PIANOS PENZEL, MUELLEH CLAEINETS COMPLETE STOCK SHEET MUSIC AND STUDIES 434 Pine Street Telephone 5131 I - ,iQ elf' T 'V if ,- QT"" LE?-Y-:il li?" " T, i 1-l+Tl' Tfifi Page 174 fl it ir HILTON GARAGE ir i Ground Floor Storage-ESO Feet Frorn Hotel Entrance i l HEADQUARTERS FOR THE TRAVELING MEN A 936 North Fourth Weldon B. Middleton, Sole Cwner Lion Hardware Company Everything In Hardware Q CHINAAYGLASS WARE--KITCHEN WARE ,' WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC REFRlGERATORSfPl'llLCO RADlOS ,ll Mi-wrhe whshhhs V i Let Us Give You A Demonstration 1' Phone 3241 East of Post Ottice J. M. RADTURD GROUERY OO. T Pioneer Wholesale Grocers T Since 1883 Recommend STAR STATE COFFEE l TF Bracing Beverage GRANGE CRUSH ll u pglf 05-'WR Bottlmg Company ALARGE g R. H. BANOWSKY, Manager 'll 1533! Rf'S'f"' aio North Third Phone 5703 X sez: -M N Wi i Page 175 mar Qeautq Sho ABILENE'S OLDEST ESTABLISHED BEAUTY SHOP Hilton Hotel Phone 5015 IMIi11HerDPerkins The fashion-conscious "undergraduate" will be chic and charming on all occasions in the Clothes We have specifically for her. 266 Cypress Abilene, Texas IN ABILENE IT'S PENNEY'S I. C. PENNEY COMPANY, TNC. Schienberg Sz Quicksilver CLOTHIEBS ABILENE'S LARGEST STORE EOR MEN AND BOYS "The Style Center of West Texas" 158 PINE STREET Pgl76 MUNAGHAN-SKI LES MUTUR CU. Qldsmobile-CadillaceLaSalle Sales and Service uw 1151 N. 2nd St. Dial 3961 ABHDENE, TEXAS 1. R. Monaghan 1- A- S5195 . ' Q Waldrop Furmture Co. 2 "Decorative Home Furnishers" Second and Walnut Street ami D, ADILENE, TEXAS for Economical Transporlad n wEsTERN COMPANY "You Will Be Ahead With A New Chevrolet" Complete Automotive Service for all makes oi cars Factory trained X mechanics, expert lubrication department. 1 A most complete body straiqhtenina and relinishina department , "Genuine Chevrolet Parts and Accessories' 1402 North First Street Telephone 3201 M EDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 1 A coMPLETE LINE or DRUGS, ToiLET GOODS AND DRUG SUNDRIES 1 1 Fountain Service the Best tl 1190 NYQL1?'d ST- f V W WY Phone 7234 nl Druqs H DD RTD N D RU G Complete Phone 2-0151 WhegZf1 lfj?f and Fountain iiitF??iEic:::c 1 DSLAAAATD Wici Page 177 A , WV? , 1, H-f'-flirfkni-,UXL Ikxvvo-1Jf"l . ll wb' . y,MMvw . yv 67 W ful' V,2j'CQ1g.,w1 5 .L"f'V0"AFAJ C-ff CQ 715 W eowf W' if5 f ff 3 M41-A-'-'Q' 3 Vw wav? 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Guaranteed Watch Repairing 111 ABILENE' TEXAS U' Ability-ACCUIGCY-COurtesv TM Phone 7353 234 Pine St. it 159 Chestnut St. Abilene, Texas 31 it fi! .4 vi. T V-1 3 -1-Y ' 1 if-iff-1.1 -- - ff' H e Ag ,TL no E it i is it t FRANK MY I J. s. L. DYE womcs A ERS DRUG I STORE f :Ei W I "Meet M At M " Licensed Sanitone Cleaner G yers Hilton Hotei Corner 1634 North Ist Dial 6224 'N I It DIAL 4341 -Hia Y 4- .fi-Y-Y , EAT 3, 1 i it JD-BDY AND I Shelion-Webb L IN X, STEMWINDER M Mgtgr CQ, M The Energy Food Pontiac Dealers I ff' . 1' ABILENE CANDY MFG. CO. Used Cars At Attractive Prices , M ,ec e il. D., I , , e tl Page 178 We Are Enjoying Serving You ABILENE GREENHOUSES llth At Ieonette Street Cecil Chenoweth, Manager DICKENSON MOTOR COMPANY Distributor DeSoto ond Plymouth Two Blocks Ecrst ot High School Phone SSUU ABILENE, TEXAS l44l So. First St. R. F. ST. JOHN MOTOR CO. Chrysler 811 Plymouth DISTRIBUTORS I T DAVID STCASTLE coMPANY ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS COMMERCIAL BLUE PRINTING Phone 3863 Photo Copie Vforli i082 l-2 North First Abilene, Texcts I-legdgucrrters For All School Supplies MONTGOMERY'S CUT RATE DRUG STORE I74 Pine Street SOUTH TEXAS LUMBER COMPANY "Everything To Build Anything" Pee-Gee Potint Iflfoll Pciper JENNINGS LUMBER COMPANY 590 PINE STREET Lumber Thot Does Not Come Bock For Customers Who Do Our Service Ends OnIy When You Are Thoroughly Sotistied WELTMAN'S "Modes ot the Moment" DRESSES, COATS, HATS AND SHOES FOR THE IUNIOR MISS 282 Pirie Street Phone 4282 P43179 MAJESTIC CON F ECTION ERY We Extend A Greeting to the Eagles and Exes ot A. H. S. Next Door to the Majesiic Mrs. Morris, Proprietor We Are Glad to Contribute Gur Part to Help You Put Gut Your Flashlight HARRY GOLTZ "The Friendly Store" BEST w1sHEs rifioivi WHITE'S PHARMACY Phone 5555 8th and Hickory oUioK Auro LoANs P Bus. PHOHEEQQ-RES. 4179 F. W. COUCH AUroMoBiLEs BOUGHT AND soun Liberai Trade V Easy Terms I 3Tiiiii2IsfALff I The Lite Time Floor Finish D. L. HIGGINBOTI-IAM Phone 7888 tBeautitul Floors A Specialtyl Abilene, Texas - V 7777. , HOWARD DRESS SHOP Yes, Smart Dress For the High School Girl HILTON HOTEL BUILDING HOTEL WOOTEN PHARMACY, Inc. "A Pleasure To Please" PRESCRIPTIONS-DRUG SUNDRIES Phone 3231 302 Cypress PETTY MOTOR COMPANY Phone 8835 STUDEBAKER SALES AND SERVICE 534 Pirie St. ' Studebaker-The Champion of Champions-Por 1938 Drive the I938 Studebaker IO Miles, and You Will Buy It Page ISO COMPLIMENTS OE H. O. WOOTEN GROCER CO. G. L. GEORGE GULF SERVICE Tires, Batteries, Seat Covers, Washing, Lubrication and That Good Gull Gasoline and Gull Pride Motor Oil l0l Butternut 24 Hour Service Phone 7022 DOYLEYS CAFES TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Corner 2nd and Cypress 430 Pine St. Both Air-Conditioned TEACHERS AND STUDENTS VVELCOME Food You Will Like At Popular Prices CHRISTINE DOYLE MILDRED COLEMAN Pl LDEFTCQN JOE WILLIAMSON ate UHC 957 OTH LIIQQTS S d .ches INSURANCE 3rd flrildwfeanette ' PTIOUG Zfld TE E E L 13.86 E. SWEET sHoP DR' R' A' MADDUX Center of Activity Dentist Caud -I-Iambur ers-Drinks Y 8 East of schooi On Peach "W" ' ' -fieiffjf M-aHi,,,L,3g,Yg 'fi ' "T ,fn W , , f :ii J- HARVEY CLARK it it COMPLIMENTS or INSURANCE HY it I Fire-Tornado-Casualty-Auto ll ji R. T. RAYMOND DIQ1 5673 I P ge l3l " MISS WINTER DEAN WOODRUM MRS. I. H. WOODRUM li A ' ' M stan! Manager of Cafetena Manager of Cafeierla 1, yi Fwfgofsaonzs 575501725-coofgscf Qoocfi 4 0415 Avszuscf ,fbaify af fgs N ABILENE HIGH SCHUUL 1 fafsfszia I1 r Page 18 K XyNJ 'MV xv v mf N Maggy ! 55265 Qutoqrclphs r A X X K Mr My P ww 6 N ,I 1' lx 'N- 05 J P R X of jaw wwf yy W, 'XY 1 x NQutoqrQphs X I Vljbb' 8 f ,J fgif N W 1889 1938 ' ally one con- V industry there is usu d rs above Q Within every and shoul e C ern that stands head petitors. te i corn lc or iortuna lt is not through some stroke oi luc star that leadership within a particular sphere is accomplished but rather through specialized training. experience. and a constant vigilance toward service. quality oi the product. and an honest desire to serve. V For nearly three decades the SOUTHWESTERN ' arbook has been the rnark ol ' nced imprint in a ye tee oi a helpiul experre quality . . . a guaran service f oi line printing plates produced by . skilled artisans. We are proud oi our association with this A year's stati and pledge ithe our best to stalls o iuture. :1 r . C 5 ll ,- -2' 4 !3 'fi A -1? 9 mf 6 . 8 u.,,,: ."!. .TLS 2 Ql- I1 v. .a t ,,:, v. . I Y "'1 v --V. V x J , , QI? - '19-1 , T' ' 44' -' ,W fig 1 x .. T- Nx' . lu '9 1 r ' ,N 'S . 1- 'Q K A L' X .U sf v 'H l Lv -" . ' 7 , I X. M' D ., QTHV- ' .f H .. L'u .4 u.v, H+, .11 F 15.5 5 . 1 :fa - + V 40 J' . 1,3 t xp., TF M 4. l, r : , 4 r 'ww f, ,- - ' Y ' I . 1 N. ,fy r 0 -'Q fh".5 ' nv x . - fl u J' " y fr J TJ Superintendent L. E. Dudley, B. A., M. A. Mr. Dudley's activities during his many years in the Abilene Public Schools are well known to most of us. But perhaps you do not know some of the facts of his earlier life. Mr. Dudley was born in Dudley, Texas, ct small town in Callahan County, that was named tor his father, who was postmaster there in l895. l-le used to go fishing regularly with his father from the time he was a boy in school until his father's death. We wonder it the early morning breezes on a warm spring day now ever beckon him from the school path to the creek? Mr. Dudley came to Abilene as Principal of the High School in l9l9, and in H337 succeeded the late H. D. Green as Superintendent of the Abilene schools. But his connections with Abilene schools go birclc much further than this. He moved to Abilene with his parents to enter the seventh grade. After graduating from Abi- lene High School, Mr. Dudley attended Southwestern University at Georgetown. l-le taught for several years and then became a member of the State Department of Education at Austin. ln l9l8 he enlisted in the army, was sent to the Agricultural and Mechanical College for a training course, and then was stationed in l-louston until the Armistice was signed. After the war he resumed his work with the De- partment of Education and continued until September, l9l9, when he became prin- cipal of the Abilene High School to serve in that capacity eighteen years. -M. 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Joy Elizabeth e Barnes, Bette Lou Davis. Hazel Lorene Hatton. Wiliam Alvin I 'Barnet, J. A. -i-Dees. Wilma Nadine 'Havin5. Mary Sue Bateman. Harley D. Dcnninztnn. J. F. Hay. Frankie Wonel 1 -Q-Baumzurdner. Lona. Evelyn Desmond. Beniamin +llayes. J. B. l -l-Beam, Fairy Thelma - 3 Dodd. Yvonne Lavelle Hays. Harvey L.. Jr. i Beasley. Charles Pless 7 'Dnd:en. George F. Held. A. W. . 'Belew. Jackie Lore Dnzgrers. Mary fmi. P. H. Q Berry. B. W.. Jr. Duncan. Johnnie Rae Hinds. A. M. 5 +'Bird. Mabel Estell +'Dwyer. Helen Hinshaw. Myrle -5-'Bishop. Eleanor 'Easns. Billy Jean Hobbs. James Merrell I Bleek. George Truett Edzar. Boyd Hobbs. Lottie Beth Blcuzk. Truman Ellis. Lester +Holt. Mary Isabel - Blackburn. Allouez Ellis. Patsy Frances Hughes. Richard Hubert i Blackburn. Vernon Fillmon. Merle Husk.in. Vera. Leona E +'Blakney, Nell Fine. Dillene Corinne Hutto. Mary Sue ' Bond. Auzusta. Maurice Flannazun. Lovice Christine Inele. Virginia ! +Boozer. Jack Leroy +Free. Dixie Ruth Johnson. Geraldine Q Bowers. Kay Carlene +'l-'ry. B.. C. 'Johnson. lla Mae Brabharn. Thomas Minton "Fulwiler. Evelyn Jones. A. G. -l-'Br:ihanev. Frank Gaze. Louis Eugene. Jr. Jones. Frances Branch. Palm L. Galbraith. R. B.. Jr. Jowers. Joe f Bridge. Constance Galle. Pearl -4-Kemper. Guy Harmon Q 'Briscoe. Alberta Irene Gann. Juanita Lambert. June ! Browder, John Martin -4-Garrett. R- Q.. Jr. Landrum. Paul Manly ' Brown. Bonnie Garrison. Billie Rae Lanzdon. Marjorie Anne Brown. Loyce Evelyn Gcorize. James Lewis. Jr. +'Latharn. Betty Franca 3 Brummett. Milton Harmon Ghormley, Robert Edward Lessing. Bill ' Burrows. Ira Gilbreath. Nelline Lewis. Lida Mae Q +'Bynum, Louise Giles. May Little. Mary Virginia ' Byram. Bennie Katherine Gilleland. James Lovelacly. Mary Mozelle K +'Caldwell. Katherine 'Gilmore. Mary Ella McAcleri. Delma e Calfee. Eleanor Maxine Goldsmith. James Carl McCoy. Vera Vivian ' Carrol. Mattie Jamie Goode. Margaret Elouise 'McDade. Marguerite 6 Chaney. Dorothy Mae -1-Gracv. Garnet A. +McGauchey, Alline A Cheek. Lewis Graham. Sue Leta McGahee. Marcia Lee Q Cherry. Robert Earl 'Green. Howard L. McGehee. Jimmie Ruth i Christopher. Beth Green. B.ov +'Mclntosh. Betty 1 +'Clnrk, Paul Grffith. Woodrow 'M:1llett. Dorothy Ann ! Clyhnrn. Royce Edwin Grimes. Marvin Leslie. Jr. Monahan. Roy i - 5 R' ' gm 'O' .eklei JV 4Q.e,4,ff-hf474Zc,Zf1.! ' IS: ' ' ' - k JALMJ if 1' A A I ' ' focf'p2':Z Wg My 01,1 QM jf: Q if . CG?f,.1AJ' Ill! , . x .CQ -J f1Qi1z, 0..+4 ,f,,.f,q -,L J 1 , ,UH 'W ff ff! W lf? W My IP' ,1 ,M 'L K Qgmf lj I A Q J Qyf of Q2 3 X M iii if 2 X V am M 3 My' MW ' "yi ww. M ,DV QMWWJZ gawk mmm KLOXELXL if ' LtLf1Lsw1.4f gf,1,64-21.4, .V 1 I j f' , 1' P' i" - ' Q. I -JTAG V'-ff-J .f ' I 'M ,f , Ai 5- ' . 'fi 'T 3V C+-' LV I , L .. -L, Ffa.. I . Ig , X A ' if , - f ,-" 0 " w -if tl . - , ji of G "1 ,L -G -Af L, L fd I, F ,l, I , f -, 1 I ' , f ' - '. , '- 1 - V Y 4 1 -f-'f-- 1- 'ff ' -f ..-.41-'VV-f'r -, dj '. I ,V X, 1 1 .f I 1 I L . r I V .nfl 1 ., 4 , DL L , 3 1,1 :,:i1-iii-:,if:,:-.:..fL 1,1....,: l'11:.-fa.1L1 1 L B , " Q . ' . v 1 1 E . 7 n 1 , , Q, P Um Q l 2 Too. am l i fi E Q Q g Theme: Fifty Years of Cultural and Economic Development ! J l i ' Processional ----- EUXGLE BAND V The Pilgrim-Lake g Invocation - GARNI-:T GRACY, Crx.xPL,uN OP Hx-Y Salutatory ----- AIARTHA PEARCE i The Abilene High School of 1888 ' i 3 i Address ----- GEORGE DODGEN g 6 Fifty Years of Growth in the Abilene Schools i S Music ------ Bovs QUARTET E Home on the Range-Anonymous i An Old Corvhand--Guiou 3 3 5 Address ---- BIADEL Bmn 3 5 From Village to City E i , i Music ------ EAGLE BAND i Best Loved Southern Jlvlodies-Arrangement by Hayes I i i i Address - ---- SAMMY xv.-'ALDROP i E Fifty Years of Cultural Development Q l . l I 2 Q Valedictory ---- ELEANOR Brsnor E Q Looking to the Future I 5 i X Awarding of Scholarships - PRINCIPAL Bvnox ENGLAND i . , Presentation of Diplomas - SL'Pr:n1N'rr:NoraN1' L. E. DL'DLEY X 1 W- I Recessional - - - EAGLE BAND S Q H - i BfUUlLTU'DUblC 5 'E Q ! x L .E ? lg ci E J :ss M"'fw'if ' , of Mfffjffjf My afffdwfwwbwwiff 'fMf,W Mflwffi aww Di?,,Z035Z?5L,L e ' I . ,v 1 - 'I . ALML .e.4,'D if 2, I I ' I .f'2L214f1f'-Aff' V' A J ' 'S "7 '1-Lg I ,Y 4-y1..f.,- l 4 ' A I . V if ' . 1' . " .1 .Ii ,- .1 gf ,f e KLVQJNJ My j . . I ff' hc- .,. f- , ..-f 1" , .L 4 '.Q.2fff1,fQ 1 ..y . fs. . .. .. ofg ' .1 -..CJ hl1Pi',iL'4lTIF?l: vi621il'-1l'l'2l'l l'l Kill i-iii 2 Class Roll, Conhnuecl : Manly, Paralee Dixon 'Pool. Lawrence Wade Stiez. Benjamin 6 Marshall. Charles +'Price. Frances Annette Stutts. Ethel Leonn , Masscr. Ada Opal Price. Patty Jeane Sullivan. D. F. ' 'Matliiews. Norma Nell Quattlehaum. Jean Svmes. Sarah Evelyn E 'Meskimen. Jane Clare 'Raniseyz Thelma Rose Talbot. William Hale - Miller. Alex K. Reese. Merrill Taylor. Connell Mills. Jackie Rhcades. Dale Robert Taylor. Jack . Mitchell. Eunice Richards. Ruby Virginia Taylor. Margaret Dere 1 Montzomery. Dixie Meredith Richardson. Mark J. Tankersley. Henry Bcrtice ' 1 Montgomery. Joseph Roberson. Frank. Jr. Thomason. Roland H. ' Moore. Edell Itay Roberts. Lillian Joy Toland. James W. 1 Morris. Houston Willie 'Rogers Madelyn Lee Trantham. Mary Madilene ! Morrison. Joseph Andre Rosen. Pesgze Doris Tyler, Ruth l 'Morrison. Robert +Rucker. Mary Lucille Virden, Billy - 'Morrow. Saretta Russell. Frances Virrlen. Elta ! 'Xioser. Irene "Coty" Schmidt. Zelma Ruth +'Waldrop. Alfred Samuel . +MotleY, Zolus Carlton Schultz. Monarae 4-Wall. Marzaret Elizabeth 2 Myatt. Billie Burt Sunzln. Melba Wallace. Bilbv ' Myers. Frank M. Sears. Billye Louise 'Wu-ri. Christine U Nall. Lorene Showalter. Christine -5-Washinston. Georze : 'Neeh. Rubv Dell Simpson. Jack Louis Kinz. Jr. ' Norvell. Constance Simpson. W. L. +'Wafson. Benjamin Dyer ,- O'Conncll, Helen Efmaw. Griernel 'Wt-ntherrerl. Mary Etta i Oilell. Jack Morris Smith. J. C. Wnathers. Dot - 0'Dnnnell. Patricia Leone Srygley. Feriba Ruth TVellhorn, .tlyce Maye Q 'Olclham. Gin Dewitt Stamps. Burton J. We-ilhorn. Walter i Orand. Lois Stanford. Ada - Whitlov.-k. Dale : Owens. Dick Steakler. Georze Williams. Maxine ' Prize. Leslie Karl Stceer. Jean Lillian -l-Williams. Thomas 5 'Peurce. Martha West Stewart. June Louise 'Willian:snn, Lucile E. : 'Pennin:ton. Billy Stewart. C. Claude Wrizht. Boyd ! Peterson. Gayle Stokes. Maxine Younr. Lavon i Poe. Mae Dell i Honor Graduate ! Member National Honor Society : .f' ! Class Office-rs I ZOLUS MOTLEY. President IREXE MOSER. Secretarll g R, H, HUGHES. Vice- President NANCY SELL COX. HPPOVYC1' i S ponsors MISS OUIDA CLEMONS COMER CLAY i C' 5' ifzfvu-.izzei :ri :A-if-inizziiciwir-1-wi-vi-1i:i1I-1:14:ri-ir-if-:If?',.Ql 7 1 on-ummm! l I g -ri iv W' 'G U VL' gf 'ViQLp VWWEW Mjgn 'W W QQ v fix M wwf H W MW QL WM ? o3w.o9N,QweQ30fmff5QoQfwvQ DMV A M M LAIIESZWL ymwffxwmw Assistant Superintendent l-lilliard S. Fatherree, B. A. We give you a man whose vital interest lies in coping with educational prob- lems, one who values every personal contact with the student body, and is con- stantly seeking new and constructive ideas tor solving school problems-Hilliard S. Fatherree, our assistant superintendent. A native ot Abilene, Mr. Fatherree received his early education in the Abilene and lones County Schools, and later attended the West Texas State Teachers' Col- lege, and Simmons University, trom which school he was graduated in l928. He has done additional work in Abilene Christian College, the University of Texas, and Texas Agricultural and Mechanical College. While a student, Mr. Fatherree was outstanding in debate, baseball, basketball, and tennis, the latter sport having re- mained his chief hobby. After he came to Abilene High School as a teacher in September, l925, Mr. Fatherree climbed to his present position of assistant superintendent through his untailing interest in the student body and its problems. When in l935 a need was ielt tor an assistant principal, Mr. Fatherree was chosen as the most capable man tor the position. He, too, was the first assistant superintendent of the Abilene City Schools, having been elected to that office in February of 1937. -M. W. P. Page 12 X.. , , 7 1 HT ' la ' .,,- If . 95533 3'5x"M13-fxirw-.... ' QM . ' QEpffi1a9gb52Si SM115 '1fh3lii3i'f!:211.if-1.fn-zu..-nwV . . 1. .4 , us, uma, 5. .Lp r. qu-, fl 4::..'v- .Il--n 1, -'g-1,14 'v...,.2.,, v, V' 4 50 1 ' af --5141 IW-'I-."" . 14. ily -,74 -:'il1,u."l1.v- l-l--:.l- -- -4 -'wwv . gqpggsrzziias2433251151miiafggg.,Qrqmffiiiazxegrfglif3'5.1q1i413-5535-:wgna-f.1'1aWr,yh-J? 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Thus we greet our principfil, Mr. Byron England. Born near Gerald, in Williarnsori County, Mr. England received his early edu- cation in the schools ot Prairie Dell and Santa Anna. He entered the University of Texas in 1922 and continued his studies in Howard Payne College and Sirnnions University, graduating from the latter institution in l923. Wlieii he received his Master oi Arts degree irorn the University oi Te:-:as in l936, he was elected a nzerne ber of Phi Delta Kappa, honorary fraternity in the field oi education. His career as educator in Abilene began in i927 as principal. During his hriei vacations, Mr. England turns his thoughts to hunting, his absorbing interest. ln the late afternoon, we again tind hint sniilingly plodding ,gm ihfg,i,i.jih me fmjgh oi a good days work always cheerful, always indeigttigalile, always etticient, -f M. W, P. l Principal Byron England, B. A., M. A. Pagers '-w News divides W' 'firrefl i Assistant Principal loe C. Humphrey, B. A., M. A. An able assistant to our principal, Ioe C. Humphrey is true to his chief interest, government. He is a servant of the people and a credit to his profession, his entire record giving evidence ot this fact. Mr. Humphrey was born in Caldwell County and spent the early part of his lite in Luling, Texas. After he had been graduated from Southwestern University at Georgetown in l930, he received his Master ot Arts degree from Southern Metho- dist University one year later. 'When he came to Abilene in the tall of 1931, he taught history and government in McMurry College, then transferred to Abilene High School, where at present he serves as instructor in government and as as- sistant principal. Mr. Humphrey's services extend beyond his assigned work to take in membership in the Masonic Lodge, Board of Directors ot the Kiwanis Club, and Taylor County Welfare Board. He was an active student both in athletic and scholastic fields. Having been the valedictorian of his high school class, he continued his leadership in college by becoming a candidate for the Rhodes Scholarship and receiving the Arnold Fellowship in government. He edited his school yearbook and served as presi- dent ot the Student Association and Scholarship Society. He also lettered in ten- nis for three years. -M. W. P. Page 14 When we enter the Student Counselors ottice on the second floor, we find CI worndn who is on understanding triend ond cr orcrcticdl business worndn. Her brisk kindness buoys or downccist student up more thon ony other niethod could ever do. She sees our problems through our eyes, but nigltes suggestions with more experi- enced ones. Although she is ciwnstgntly busy, she glwgys stops to do the more irn- portdnt duty ot diding ci perplexed student. Mrs. Edith Clorrl: Sniiih wos born gbjwut tvfenty tniles south of Abilene otnd moved to town with her pgrents gt the :ige of six. Her secondcirv educdtion inf cluded kindergarten with "Grondnig" Martin, grctziiingr school in the then-cdlled Central Wdrd, ond grcrducttion troni Abilene High School gnd trofn Sinirnons Col- lege. She received her A. B. degree in 13241, nicrioring in English find niinoring in psychology ond philosophy, She hos olso ottended three suinnier terins ot the University ot Southern Cdlitornid. After twenty-one yerirs ot teaching, lvlrs Sinith ogn count eighteen in the Abilene School system. She devoted three yegrs to Trgvis, three to :nusic supervision, ond three to English in the High Sixhool before she vos inode Student Counselor. Even yet she hds one treshniun ond one senior English cldss, serving equolly well ds teocher ond counselor. e-YM. W. P. Student Counselor Mrs. Edith C. Smith, A. B. Pc: e15 A JCR 1. lviiss Ttftnnriie Clcxcli Mis. Selina Bishop Miss Eennie Speck lfliss Eolgtbie Clad: L. l., E. A, ES, A., lil. A. E, A., B. O., lvl, A. L. I., B. A, Eriqlish English Engljgjg English J l L Miss Wimtifred Pfeff Miss Annie Lee Vlillianis Miss Marv Eaaqett MS, Howmd Itflmer A, B., M, A. B. A, B. A. B. S. English English English English From old lohn Silver to the ghost ot Banquo, the English student constantly makes new iriends in every book he reads. lt it is bloodthirsty adventure one is seeking, Treasure lsland has it, if it is old romance, Ivanhoe has ity if it is an ele- ment oi witchcraft, The House of Seven Gables has ity it it is incomparable love, Loma Doone has it. A book to hold the interest oi every student can be found on the English reading lists. lo Ann and Ott proudly display their exhibits. Page 16 Miss Kathryn Stubble-field G. YI. Haggard l.liss Thelma lylcllhersan Mrs Gray Wooten B, A, E. A. E. A. B. A. English English English E11f7l1Sl1 , I 5- 'S vv- -7' .,,.. -.gg A" "ar it 'ws 0 Miss Ruth Eploy Miss Noll lsl-'-wsliaw Mrs. lflacl: Eplen Miss LaVelle Cooper B. A. E. A. B. A. B. A. Enqlisli Eliglisli Secretcuy Secretary ln the iield ot poetry there is the matter-oiftactness oi the New England poets, the delicate imagery oi the lrish poets, and the mellow beauty ot the old English writers. The students justified their interest in W'hittier's Snow-Bound by actually reproducing the homestead which was the victim ot the snow storm made tamous by the Quaker poet. They show their poetic appreciation not only by memorizing lovely passages but also by actually writing verses themselves. A miniature re-creation of Whittiefs famous Snow- Bound. Page 17 ,ey f. Miss Sarah Haitly lfliss Fi-in Bin 'l: Miss Pansy Garariii-r lfiiss Lucretia Curry A. E, A B. E. A. A. E. Higfgify Hi,:rf,rj.' Hisglury' History 'ff' v :V fs 4 Q . 4. 7 . ln. ' af' f""!1 ., js , 4421. 'Eff l Mrs. lfi. M. Barnes Miss Annie Band I, B, Nc-Q-ly Curtis Owen B. A. E. A. B. A. B. A. History History Hjgmiy History lulius Caesar, Napoleon Bonaparte, and Queen Victoria loeconie to the history student ol today not niere tiqiires in the story ot nations, but vital char- acters in an amazinq pageant brouqht to lite by the teachers in the History Department ot Abilene High School. Yet history is not restricted to kinqs and rulers ot nationsg the coninion people have their day. The nien who drew up the Magna Charta and the leaders ot the French Revolution will never be forgotten by the democracies ot the world. if Teachers like Miss Hardy make study a pleasure. Page 18 Miss Willie M- Fl0Yd H. H- l'i'l111SOI1 Miss Oriel? lgilriigiiii 1,111 L1 111, 5 A. B, A. B. B. A. A, B, 54: lvl. Science Science Eiciogy Pliy.,:11,-gg j 3 1, i- 5-1 ' 112' ' -. . - avx 331: 4 ' 99 ' 3 :Sf S. 1, "iff --Q' 1 A , . : , X I' qzifi A INK' 1 1,1 if A lflmes L. Cullar Miss Vifiliiii- l.l. lclirius His: Hui, C1313 if 1 l,i1 as Eftli 'Q 11 155 B, A. B. S. B. S, A Science Foods Clotliing flume Eigoiiffiiiii,-:,:, Art Abilene Hiqh School is equipped with iour rrioderri science lc1borc1iories under the supervision of competent iris-iruciors who mal-ze the study oi science an inieresiiriq and profitable experience. AS one Sirolls down Freshman Alley, he inimediaiely laecoiries c1w1i1re oi a delectable odor in that vicinity. lt he follows this course, it will lead liiiii io the foods room, where the girls are busy makinq cakes, candies, and other dainties. Where those delectable odors originate. Page 19 D- A' l'l'3YlWW l'VG'jQ Blake lvliss Margaret Heiiilersori MTS- IEHQVG Young A. B. E. A. B. B4 A4 B. A. Athletic Director CQ11,g,gfC1g1 Typing Typmq . qi gs l W. R. Owen Howard Miller CA A4 Kodytsk l. I- MOOI9 B, S, B, S. B, S- A. B., B. S., M. S. Diversified Occupation Occupations Mechanical Drawing Vocational Agriculture Fifty years ago the pupils ot Abilene High School were busy with readin' and writin' and 'rithmetic. Today, however, one sees the mark ot titty years ot progress in the clicking ot typewriters and the sharpening ot pencils that are ready to begin Work in mechanical drawing, shorthand, and bookkeeping. Since the commercial department was installed, its courses have become so popular that many students return each term tor post-graduate work to be fitted tor positions in the business world. Future architects at work. Page 20 Miss Myrtle Trantham Mrs. LQ. B, Hi-:ns E, C Pills l.frs. E. lvl, Randolph E4 A, E. A, E, A. L, I, E, A, Lt, A. Latin Laiin Spanish Spanish ap? - .of 1. g ' a Mrs. A, H, Gatlin Miss Y-5113 tide Slatzn "iss Lyiizri lil,-.Dwi Carter Clay A. B. A, E. E. A, E. A., M. A, Spanish Spanisgli Spaniali If ublic SIJGCQCIIIQ All the romance and glamour of Qld Spain is brought to life in the many protects developed by the Spanish students, among which are guitars carved out ot wood, Colorful adobe houses, and Spanish senoritas in their gay Colored costumes. Apollo and Daphne, Cupid and Psyche, Daedalus and lcarusfea long parade of delightfully charming people cornes to the Latin students mind as he thinks oi the rich mythology of the Roman Empire. Latin scholars studious' ly learning the language of the Romans. Page 21 ri, xg 3 'U W9GTl1'-'15-If C. Bw Ftflbl UCC' Wi lC1Y Mrs. M. E. Norwood A. E. A, B., B. M. E. A, B, A, Itffatliertrutifgg Mriflieniqtitfgs Mallienialics Mgfhemgfjgg FW7' i 3-W' A ' N' f b KC f-"Q in i F4 ' I. F. Eoren Miss Belle lout:-s Frank H. Etter Cullen Willis M. A. E. A. A. E. B. A. Malherriatics Mcrtlienialics Mathematics Mathematics Complicated figures greet the student as he steps into the solid geometry class rooni. He is astonished as the intricate propositions ot the study are clarified loy the use ot geometric tigures. An essential to every students well- round.ed education, mathematics in Abilene High School is under the super- vision ot ten competent instructors, who give to each student the tundarnentals in the profound science. Mr. Weatherby simpli- fies those complicated geo- metric figures. xjl 110' 'A l Page 22 Y. av-PQ 5 1" 4. X H . 1, ..x.., M E j fur' t f -v - ls ' .-P 51 Q-E ' I fri. ' 1 ww if Q ,L-.ig-X N ,:YA,,, if 1 I! I Mrs. l.uc1lle Divan l 1 ' ' ' fx? F 'i' ' 1' l l 1 1 A. B, E 4 L Mathematics ll' Q13 1'.'l111. Page 23 f K! 4 . X .1 ff-fv ' Ft. T. EYVLLLIT1 Vl',iiS:1'QfV11hf1 'K 7 " A' PI Effrztlelf E. lfl, V E. A Muir Mr.-1. :Q E' 5.165 So strongly does the lirne, and so iigiiiclily, that it heh-doves most ot us to realize the striliina changes and cnstoins that the many years have lgironqht about in physical education. Today Abilene Hiqh School proudly looasts ot one of the most well-equipped ayiiiiiasixiriie pil its kind. Students derive a great deal of pleasure from trie-:idly coiiigjiettioii in -Qiaines and 11111ch benefit trorn Dhysical traininq. pm SMONNG "The play's the thing." nplgmit-1, 5345 Looking North on Pine at First The White Elephant Saloon, pictured above as it Was when remodeled into a hotel and dininq room, recalls one of the bloodiest attroys ot the early days when three men were killed there in less than three minutes. "Best and Cheapest" was the siqn ot the saloon and billiard hall next door, pioneer gath- erina place, while Power's "Meat Market and Sausage Works" Was a food- center of Abilene. Hoofs of sleek horses clattered around Shelby and 1-la11's Livery Stable next door to the blacksmith shop Cowner unknownl. Cleveland 1-louse, hotel or inn, completed a variety block frequented by cowboys, sausaqe-buyers, bil- liard-players, men and ladies ready for a buqqy-ride, and farmers with horses to be shod. Graduates from Abilene High School since 1888 and the Valedictorians of the Classes 1888-5 Minnie Kershaw fMrs. W. E. Wardl. 1905-16 Luther E, Dudley, 1389-6 Thomqs Bledsoe., l906fl3 Natalie Cunningham. 1890 The eleventh grade was added this 1907 MW Hfffkfldef 91151 Cmfles year' . 1908 Maude Cunningham 1Mrs. H. C. 1891 Ellsworth E, Farris. Zomsl. 1892 Mabel Montgomery CMrs. Will 1909 Lucretia Curry, Mimefl- 1910 Mary Henson. 1893 Lulq Greer, 1911 Alice 101'dQ1'l. 1894 Countess Carter. 1912 Georqla HUISQY- 1895 Ida May Cook tMrs. Liqe Merchantl. 1913 MUYQUYM GOOClI'1iql1! 1MrS. A. 1-- 1896 Ethel Cannon CMrs. E. Bozarthl. Millefl- 1897 lohn Sayles, 1914 T. l'lCI1'1Cfld6l'. 1898 Nellie Cannon 1Mrs. Dilworth 1915 Hester Goss CMrs. TrOY Simpsonl. Pqrrqmgrel, 1916 ODGHG Christopher 1Mrs. R. M. 1899- Mabel Loclcett 1Mrs. Geo, L. Minterl. Medleyl. 1900 Olivia Covington tMrs. Fred lone-sl. 1917 Florence Goss UVITSA C- B. CCISGYJ. 1901 Annu Evans, 1918 Nita RO13ll'1SO1'1. 1902 Allen 1. Weaver. 1919 Helen Stanley 1Mrs. 1-1. E. Lynnl. 1903 Eloise Coclcrell tMrs. 1. M. 1920 Nellie Parramore 1Mrs. Erle Sellersl. Stevensonl. 1921- Madge E. lVlOl'l'iSOI'1 flV11'S. Ellis 1904 Ada D. Pearce. Ganeyl. Page 24 v .' "X-' Ny ww 'w"'.z W lwnb! lx! .LMS A -V . -. - 'M' -'if 12-'51 wt?-Nl. ,in iffy' f ee e -. is 1 was.. , . . -NNW wwe e P-v - f Lvfxa H-fi u 'W Y, ' A ','1iJ.7.-3, - J, " 1yVf,, :',' 5.Nksx.N,ru3!, r. ny Bbw " . as Q wwe- - A .. . wk 1 Ji!!! Y Q: 1 ..: . . , hj , '.J:'f!7 xi 1 M ' ZW' 'x'l7f . x I M --'Gad .1 .5 -X if lf-3 J ' +L 5"'s .. IL Nw ' ' 'mf . ' , . f -' --'- ' - ' .r Nu-'L-1 f 'L ,L 2-N . - I wvximx Mil' Y h . if ' ff" ----1 'M 1' lf 1' . Req? wa 73..uf.'i .' ' .7 FM fi-4 if . 'YEQT Q Q -vi., +V, Q C- . .. mmf ww We :H .w,,C'l-.. .bf 111 ANI-,.'Cl-i .. , -.- .. JI . 7-'Tl I, L-11-' - "gli ,XXX , .yqh- Nf 1". Q ' x gox 41 g .. C4-I "' 9' ' if ' I? , Nwwx -F 1 xv-.-w - . U0 ewdw-' A. . -as 'f M pw www QX FSNQ Member of Jr ,, 57 A JUTQIS or Lou' I v -' F I '- f9deLQCY- 'f'.,:-- - A., - ' f-- f , " 2 'L f U .1- 3.1 ' ' .J ' "'1',f"W"9,55:'G ' N Jl""" Member ot XXI muh, 1908-I 5? , V ,Zur Member of Cxoer ot Emsrem Stzr 4 ' - . . 1, 4 ' N Aff1f":R. . xp i-:wt N 1905-1938: Worihy Iviutron -il Order CI f xk g. . . Tx' 1-' 1 ,L, W , wx-X, ,lex " Eastern Star, 12113-1915. 3- ,555 sw 'e X- iw Member of .PCIYQDY-T97-'i1GI A1 ' .mule 'X' 4' ' g-.1"? NV - +'-fine-'f ,. tiff? 'RTW' J hm' . M ., , C., - . .. A , :N w tiiff . Einbef -J1 1. Han .Nl'rr'v'f,'l5:,n L. rj. . ..4w.',.f 7. " . ' -5.,jgx ' Qi55 .fixxwwxxwf 5' l 'LL,,g+mxI' XX :x x ' Iv1rQ D , -L-11 'Q . if :gf-'o -. M-ff . " ' S 'A " J' ' N' -M-qv - . rhe Church Hif' - :,.i,,,i gli. , -..,Q.xfW'g-V 1. Wg '--ff? 1-5 X -N .nos 1 'N' rnc-'f-anffser.1.1. " iw 3? lm 'Sy-Mara. SWT ", mm ' A A .MGB - IvT.5QX -' '. V ' Pm-' , ,hw I . it l 4 ' -' Iiiwi'-' f 1 4 ' V School fooxhtxfl f' 1 1- - .1 fu'-f 4 1 . l x N hsher of fersx L'f1'. fry' ' f JI1- hon. 11 . 1 -, - ff. 'Uwe Lorlcxi 4 zq.nr,gv' Q 1 ax Reporter wixle sfii 1 Y .ol lx. Newsgufiigvvr- ' ', Qiirw-Q 'i A .Q Houston. ',,.4 : .. IG , mon Chzoiexple, - :E Y," ff:-,f,'?lIIfZ .. M70 ANS W4 'r- 53-'l .1 f A 'sl 1,3-.ska QLSTUCJLALS - ' .VW .uni-,-1' P , :gl 11 xl' v , lw'i4?ff',uz of 'Q f: lg, ' , . . . , . J G1 -FN 3 .mi '- mfnfgfi' c" Lia 1 nam' . . . mt, ...Lb 0 x .77 53 ' 'L felon an leugzve from me ', wi ' ...N in . X r ,-f f-. ' .',v'1?, X 1' - Jiri: ' iff- Us nizmczqei of 3551. , ya fl . , . u I M ,A Q K f f ..cxrg,'r L:-Scmon.. 5 gg' fl--mf Y I fr' ' 5:2 'fault 9 v ' , ,lg fE1,-3fgQ,2 J' A x wannna-.amwmvnwmwlvwyusxuwu Y' i. W " ':'f:f:s,-X ,if if . gm. 2 4 I y PW 1 ' ' fu 2:1 , L t ',.,-e"'N-W:'. . . A . , n.ni4."-f..1i-n .4 .. ' '.. gf ' 49, ,.Y,,., A . ,f '- .ran QT q , 15, l ffm t - ' wa-t9xQ,5W-,e . -2 4, . Y x gg. I-5 'fir i .,mn:,f1.gs-f K ..- I Looking North on ?ir1e at First Tire 'White Elepharr? Soggoon, pictzned aloove it was whenremodeted into ot hoiel and dining room, recalls one of the hloocltest affraysr of the early days when :hr-ee men were Qilleol there? in less than three minutes. 'Fest and 1'fheopest" was the sign of the salo-yn and billtar-oi hall door. pioneer gath- ering plone, while Powe-r's "Meat Market and Sausage 'Works' was cr food- center ol Alsilene. lioofs of sieek horses clotterecl arotzrid Shelby f'mf'. Hats ' Livery gtable :eext door to the iolacksmiiii ehop towzfer unknowrfl. Csef. ffiarrd House, hotel or ' cornoletecl or variety block frequented by cowboys, sausage-buyers, bil- liard-players, ond ladies ready a i0LlQQ'j'i'ldG, and farmers with horses io be shoci. ,. .A 1,4 Mi, 2888- i989 1890.-. H391 15392- 6 6 -A-. 5 Q 5 if l8C'?--9 't894-- 8 1895---6 1296---"' 1897--I 4 1898--15 895-1 I 1900's-13 1901-A-20 1902--15 1903-5 1904-11 Graduates from Noilene High School since 3.888 ' and the lfaledicriorians of the Classes Minnie Kershaw KMIS. VV. E. Wardl. Thomas. Bledsoe. ' The eleventh grade was acicled this year. Ellsworth Z. Farris. Mabel Montqorrgaw tMr:f. Will Mirterl. Lula Cheer. Countess Carter. Id-1 May Cook lMrs. Liqe Merchantl. Ethel Cannon KMrs. E. Boaarthl. Tohn Sayles. Nellie Cannon tlflrs. Diliffoxth ' Pczrratnorel. Mabel Loclcett fMrs. Geo. Olivicx Covincvton iMrs. Fred Jonesl. Anna Evans. Allen I. Weaver. Eloise Cockrell fMrs. I. M. Stevensonl. Ada D. Pearce. i.. Mintc-srl. .1-139 1905-16 1906-13 l9U7-22 1909-Z3 1909 H23 l9lU--ll l9l 1-Y 5 1912-25 1913 ll 1914-27 1915-4 32 15.115--40 1917-38 1918-120 1919--65 1920--62 1921--78 .Leather if Dudley. Natalie Cunningham. Annie May Hcxrkrider lMrs. Charles Steenl. Maude Cunningham fMrs. E C. Zornsl. Lucretia Clan-ry. ' , Mary Henson. V '- .fume Iordf.-rr. Ge-:mia Halsey. Margate' Goodnight lMrs. A. L. Millerl. f . A f, D. T Hcrkfider. ' Hester Goss lMrs. Troy Simpsonl. -.4-A' 'V Sh, Cnemt Christopher tMrs. R-'Mt N, if Nedleyl. V ' Florence Goss QMrs. C. Caseyllx "4-'K Nita Robinson. x ' Helen Stan1eyJUVIfS'.H.,E.tLfnnJ M A V Nellie Parraxnore lMrs. BFleq,??l1ei'sl," Madge E. MorrisoxFtMfSa.:E!1 Ganeyl. ' '-Fl, 3' " r Mfvu V ip .ad-Q , ., . ,. I . ,Z Y 4'-KA V A , ni 5, . .. dl di J 1 4 '1 9.4 ff 'I 4 1898 - - 1908 11' MRS. BESSIE WHITE DORTC1-1 1 1 Representative Homemaker 1 Class of 1904 1 1 Was graduated from Peabody Co1- ,QQ , 1 1ege for Teachers in 1906. - 1 1 Teacher in Colorado, 1905-1907. Member of United Daughters oi Cori- 1 iederacy. 1 1 Member of XX1 Club, 1908-1938. Member of Order oi Eastern Star, 1905-19387 Worthy Matron ot Grder ot 1 Eastern Star, 1913-1915. 1 1 Member ot Parent-Teacher Associa- 1 11011. 1 Member of First Methodist Church. Mrs. Dortch is an active supporter ot the church, the schoo1, and a11 civic 1 1 movements. A-I 1 MAX BENTLEY Representative Editor Class ot 1906 Captain and organizer of first High Schooi footba11 squadg editor and pub- 1isher oi first High Schoo1 publication, I "The Lariat"g sporting editor of Abiiene Reporter White sti11 in high school. R N ewspaperman in Corpus Christi and ff Houstony managing editor of Houston Chronicleg he1ped to estab1ish Morning '4' News: Managing Editor of both editions ff of the Abi1ene Reporter. Organizer and president ot Texas 51 Press Associationg editor of the maga- 1 v1- zine "West Texas Today." ifgq-Wy 1 - lqgqiyv 4' ,1 Mr. Bentiey is on leave from the h eriafff- 1 1 Reporter-News as manager of KRBC Q-5 111 1 Radio Station. 1 1 11:11 it 'ga it nnmu m mnw1 f lat Q1 if if-Qjlt .1135 .i f ' uf , ,Effpi fyf f Jfyi-frf' f fl , , , FZ elif . 1 114- f -'f' f-: as 1'1I ' . 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" .,, .rl V . .'Qr,f..f,.-- .1 .f.- fm. --,,, .' .,-A.: ' f!y1i."2:3- ""':-1. , 5... "' i1"f.-5, 2-'ffl .515 L' L.'1 ? 1.3. .,' ' .,. A V .-as . , 'vw lmmmulnrznumnmxvmnr nurnnmmnuxumnsuu uzumu1m L KX 'J K X. Vwf X SENIORS OFFICERS ZOLUS MOTLEY A. K. DOSS President Vioe'Presrdent First Term R, H, HUGHES IRENE MOSER Vic'e4President Secretary Second Term NANCY NELL CQX I. E. HAYES Reporter Editor of Flashlight Editor ol Battery ,f "W 'ty' f Page 25 t NADINE DEES WADE MEADOWS Business Manager ot Eusrrress Manager of Flaskliglrt Battery OZ - V ' First Term HELEN D'W'YER WORTH FINLEY Senior Ea'llor of Busrrress Manager of Flashlight Battery Second Term MISS OUIDA CLEMONS COMER CLAY ' V ' 15.1" ', fri W75fivzffMWW1,Q cwijwwy " W . JTXWMJL7 fA,vvwvf4f6Afy14,afv'-051 f Q' '.' ,I JVf,4,ief ! tg -g Z milf . , ' LA gf-I-3-is- -z,f,+.Af'g-5? " ,' , du' in , in ' I' .M 1.54, ,Q '04,-u 'H , ft LURLINE BAILEY Art '34, '35, Girls' Sport '36, '37, Pep Squad '36- '38, Typing '37, G an G 38. Schools: Dudley, 7 years, Abilene, 4 years, Major Interest: Stenoq- raphy. BETTE BARNES S.P.Q,R. '34, Texas '35, A.A.A, '36, Personality Girls '37, G an G '38, Pep Squad '35-'38, Pep Leader '37, '38, Schools: Oklahoma, 6 years, Abilene, 5 years. Major Interest: Under- taking. I. A. BARNETT Science '34-'36, Work- shop '34-'36, Rythrn Ryters '37, '33, Petrified Polishers '36. Schools: McKinney, 4 years, Merkel, 3 years, Abilene, 3 years. Major Interest: Aeronau- tics. -:UWT Z, ...off X 1 ,- BUENA BALDWIN Girl Reserve '34, '35, Los Leales 35: G an G '38 Sch o ols:Abilene,1l years. Major Interest: Stenaq- raphy, BOBBIE RAY EARLOVV Glee Club '34-'36, Cy- clouirama '37, '38, G an G '38 Schools: Eastland, I year, Stamford, l year, Aluilene, 8 years. M aj o r Interest' Dra- matics. EVELYN EAUMGARDNER Home Economics '34, A.A.A. '35-'37, G an G '38 Schools: Wichita Falls, 2 years, Lubbock, 2 years, Abilene, 5 years, Major Interest: Art. CALVIN WITT ADAMS Travel '33, '34, Handi- craft '34, '35, Science '35- '37, Schvols: Graham, 6 years: Abilene, 5 years. Major Interest: Engineer- inq. DON Al-CINS Science '37, '38, Hi-Y '37, '38. Schools Azbilen e, ll years. Major Interest: Aviation, IGI-INNIE ARENDALL S.P,Q.R. '34, '35: Foreign Correspondence '37, '38. S c h o o I s: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Nursing, FAYE ADAMS G an G '38, S c h o 0 1 s: Amarillo l year, New Mexico l year: Abilene, 9 years. Major Interest: Stenoq- raphy. VIRGINIA ALLEN Poet's Corner '34, Back O' Curtain '35-'38, Glee Club '34-38: Battery '34- '38: G an G 38. Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Desiqner. SUE BABE S.P,Q.R. '35, '36, A.A.A. '36, '37, G an G '38 Schools: Moran, 2 years, Abilene, 8 years. Major Interest: Teach- inq. Page 26 FAIRY THELMA BEAM A.A.A. '34, Girl Reserve '35, Forensic '36, Back o' Curtain '37, A Cappella '37, '38, G an G '387 Glee Club '34-'38, Pep Squad '34-'37. Schools: Abilene ll years. Major Interest: Music. E. W. BERRY, IR. Travel '35, '36: Glee Club '36, '37, Radio Guild '36, '37, Football '37, Stue dent Association '33 Schools: Strawn, 2 years, Alpine, 2 years, Abilene, 6 years. Major Interest: Petroleum engineering ELEANOR BISHOP Radio G u i l d '36-'38, Centennial '36, D e b a t e '34 - '38, Extemporaneous Speech '37, '38, National Honor Society '37, '33, Nas IACKIE BELEVV A,A.A. '35, GB: Person- ality Girls '36-'33, Pep Squad '36-'33, Glee Club '37, '38, G an G 38. Schools: Decatur, 4 years, Eastland, 3 years, Abilene, 3 years. Major Interest: Stenoqe raphy. MABEL BIRD Los Leales '35, '36, Per- sonality Girls '37, '38, Na- tional Honor Society '37, '38, National F o r e n s i c League '37, '37, '38, Debate Schools' Ohio, 3 years, Arlington, 3 years: Abi' lene, 3 years. Major Interest: Debating. TRUETI' BLACK Travel '34-'33, Golf '35, Rythm Ryiers '37. Schools: Admiral, 5 tional Forensic L e a q u e '36-'38, G an G '38. Schools: Abilene, ll years, Major Interest: Speech, Page 27 ycars, Baird, 2 years, Abilene, 4 years. Major Interest: Mathe- matics. A41 465 'T 'CN '--9" TRUMAN BLACK VERNON BLACIIBURN Travel '34-'38, Golf '35, FF.A. '36-'38, Basket- Rythm Ryters '37. Schools: Admiral, 5 years, Baird, 2 years, Abilene, 4 years. Major Interest: Mathe- matics ' ,f'!E7 I ' 4 . 1 gbg ftffg rf: F' Q yet. Aj:Nj2Y 7911 HP p Squad '34-'36, !'l'ravel '34, Sub Deb '35, 'J' jiqdjg outta Gs, '37, X, Flashliaht '37, C31 G Cm G '38. S c h o ol s: Marshall, 5 years, Abilene, B years. Major Interest: Spanish CARLENE BOWERS Social E n q l i s h '36, G an G '38, Rythm Ryters '37, Art '37, Glee Club '34-36. Schools: Abilene, ll years: Major Interest' Design- ing. lcjll '35-'38, S c lj o j j l s' Ejinjilale, 9 years, Abilene, 3 years Major Interest: Ranch- ing AUGUSTA BOND Glee Club '36, '37, Cy- cloclrama '36, '37, G an G '33 Schools: Santa Anna, 8 years, Abilene, 3 years. Major Interest: Draniat ics. TRAVIS BOX Texas Club '34, '35, Spanish '35, '33, Star Gazers '36, '37, Back o' Curtain '37, 38. Sc h o o l s: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Medicine. fx Avy lA Q' f' ,S ...arf uv DOROTHY CHANEY Glee Club '36-'38, G an G '38, Bible '37, Spanish '37, '33 Schools: Midway, Z years, Taylor County, 4 years, Abilene, 4 years. Major Interest: Stenoq- raphy. BETH CHRISTOPHER Girl Reserve '34, '35, A.A.A. '35-'38, Pep Squad '36-'38, G an G '33 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Sports. ROYCE CLYBURN Pan-American '34, Star Gazers '37. Schools: Abile ne, ll years. Major Interest: Aviation, EARL CHERRY Travel '36, '37, March of Time '37, '33 Schools: Missouri, 4 years, Tye, 3 years, Abi- lene, 4 years. Major Interest: Science. PAUL CLARK Band '344'38, Orchestra '36-'38. Schools: Abilen e, ll years. Major Interest: Music, WANDA COFFELT Cyclodrama '37, '38, Pep Squad '37, G an G '37, '38, Mask and Wig '37, Glee Club '37, '3B. Schools: San Antonio, 4 years, Waco, 4 years, Abilene, I year. Major Interest: Dancing. PALM L BRANCH Pan-American '34, '35, Girl Reserve '36, '37, S.P.O,R. '36, '37, Embroid- ery '37, '38, G an G '33 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Beau- tician. IRENE BRISCOE History Travel '35, '36, Social English '36, Bible Study '37, March of Time '37, Schools: Graham, 3 years, Stamford, l year, Abilene, 3 years. Major Interest: Mathe- matics. KATHERINE CALDWELL A. A. A, '35-'37, P e p Squad '37, Battery '36, '37, G an G '38, Sch ools: Abilene, ll years. M a j o r Interesi: jour- nalism. CONSTANCE BRIDGE Girl Reserve '35, Press '36-'33, Battery '35-'38, Ouill and Scroll '33 Schools: Oklahoma, 3 years, Kansas, 6 years, Abilene, 2 years. Major Interest: Floristry. LOUISE BYNUM Travel '34, '35, Science '35, '36, Texas '35, '36, Embroidery '36, '37, Press '37, '38, G an G '38. Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Stenoq- raphy, RHODES CHALKER Woodcraft '35, Glee Club '33-'37, Science '36, '37 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Science. W3 4-7 'Q Page 28 N SHERMAN COLEMAN National Geographic '35, Mask and Wig '36, '37, Cyclodrarna '37, '38, Pre-Med '35, '36, Schools: Fort Worth, 3 years, Sweetwater, 5 years: Abilene, 3 years. Major Interest: Science. CHARLOTTE CONNER A.A.A. '35, Glee Club '37, Pep Squad '35-'38, Personality Girls '37, '38, G an G '38 Schools: Mexia, l year, Dallas, 3 years, Abilene, 7 years. Major Interest: Stenog- raphy. HELEN COWAN Playmakers '34, Glee Club '34-'38, G an G '38, Cyclodrama '37, '38, A Cappella '37, '38, Flash- light '38. Schools: Colorado, I year, Abilene, IO years. Major Interest: Music. DOROTHY COMER Drarnatics '33, '34, Girl Reserve '34, '35, Flash4 light '35-'38, G an G '38, Extemporaneous Speech '37, '33 Schools: Abilene, 9 years. Major Interest: Literary work. BOBBIE COPELAND Pre-Med '34, Girl Re- serve '35, Glee Club '35, '36, Bible '37. Schools: Brownfield, l year, Lorraine, l year, Abilene, 8 years. Malor Interest: Religion. MARGARET COX SI-:etchers '34"38, G an G '33, Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Art. tl Q. '15 fbi 'CZ' Page.29 'Y 'lst NANCY NELL COX Literary '34, '35, Pep Squad '35-'37, Y. L. P. '35-'37, G an G '38, Cy- clodrarna '37, '38, Battery '36-'38, National Honor Society '37, '38, Student Association '38, Quill and Scroll '38 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: journal- ism. VIRGINIA CROWDER Spanish '34, '35, Sub! Deb '35, '36, Knitting '36, '37, Hobby '37, '38, Schools: Abilene, Il years, Major Interest: Aviation. NADINE DEES Poetry '35, Back o' Cur- tain '36, '37, Radio Guild '37, Flashlight 85538: Glee Club '36, Pep Squad '36-'37, G an G '38, Presie dent of G an G '38, Stu- dent Association '37, '38, National Honor Society '37, '38. Schools: Arkansas, 4 years, Abilene, 8 years. Major Interest: Business administration. 9,6 I' .my 'C7 DOROTHY CRAWFORD Assistant Senior Editor '37, '38, Spanish '34, '35, Art '35, '36, Press '36, 737, Glee Club '37, '38, G on G '38, Flashlight '37, 38. Schools: Anson, I year, California, 9 years, Abif lene, 2 years. Major Interest: Aviation. DORIS CRUM Sch aolsz Colorado, 3 years, Ifansas, I year, Abilene, l year. Major Interest: Nursing, YVONNE DODD G an G '38. Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Nursing. PATSY ELLIS Latin '34, '35, A.A.A. '35, '36, Flashlight '37, '38, G an G '33, Student Association '37, '3B. Schools: Abilene, ll years. Mator Interest: Interior decorating. CHRISTINE ELANNAGAN Art '34, Rythrn Ryters '37, '38, G an G '38, Schools: A b i I e n e, 9 years. Maior Interest: Beau- tician. DIXIE RUTH FREE Art '34, Mask and Wig, '35-'37, Cyclodrama '33, G an G '38, Pep Squad '35-'38, Secretary of Pep Squad '37, '38, Schools: Abilene, Il years, Mator Interest: Dramat- ics. Lf I CORINNE FINE Social English '37, '38, Correspondence '36, '37, Art '35, '36, G an G '38, Schools: Shep, 7 years, Abilene, 3 years. Major Interest: Nursing. PHIL FORD. IR. EEA. '35-'37, Photog- raphy '31-1. Schools: A b il e n e, 9 yeors. Maior Interest: Agricul- ILITE. R. C. FRY Poetry '35, '36, Football '35-'37, Science '36-'38, Student Association 158. Schools: A b i I e n e, Il years. Maior Interest: Physics. GEORGE DODGEN Latin '34, '35, Centen- nial '33, '35, Science '37, '33 Schools. Abilene, IU years. Matcr Interest. Cartoon- ing. A. II. DOSS, IR. Y.L.P. '34-'36, Hi-Y 36. '37, Cyclodrarna '37, 'EBJ National Honor Society '37: Student Association '37, Football '34-'37. Schools' Ballinger, l year, Abilene, IO years. Major Interest: Law. BOYD EDGAR Science '34, '35, Goli '35-'33 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Motor Interest: Engi- neering. LESTER DORTON Football '34-'38, Cyclo- drarna '37, Glee Club '35- '37, Basketball '36, Track 36. Schools: Abilene, II years. Maior Inter:-st: Physical education. HELEN DWYER Playmalzers '34, '35: Nature Study '35, '33: Flashlight '36-'38, G an G '38, Schools: Abilene, 9 years. Mator Interest: Child psychology. LESTER ELLIS Literature '34, '35, Cen- tennial '35, 36: Science '36-'38, Schools: Abilene, II years. Maior Interest: Petro- leum engineering. Page 30 EVELYN FULWILER Centennial '3 5, 6: Press '36, '37, Ernbroidf ery '37. Schools: Abilene, II years. Maior Interest: Business administration. IUANITA GANN I-Iorre Economics '34, '35: G an G '33 Schools: A b i I e n e, I I years, Maior Interest: lcurnal- ism. IAMES GEORGE, IR, SP.Q.R. '34, '35, 'l7l'V1Vv"I '35, 36: Press '36, '37, Radio Guild '37, '33, Sat- tery '35, '37, Schools: A b i I e n fi-, I I years. Mayor Interest: Ratlio engineering. R. I3 GALBRAITH, IR. Footliall '33-'37, Basket- lgall 33335, Track '35 Back o' Curtain l3'hysics '36, '37, Schools: Dallas, 3 years: Waco, I year, Abilene, 9 years. Mazor Interest: Mechan- ical engineering, R. O GARRETT, IF. 'Vounq Ora if ' II: -5, , Hi-Y 37, '33 Rafilio Guilci ,gn 37, oo. Schools: Anson, Sinclair, 5 yearS: Abilene. 6 years, Mawr Inte rest: La 'N ROBERT GI-IORMLEY Banfl -'E A: .1 Q3 w'1.1-nan 36: Stal Gazers "i7 Schoolsi A b i I e n I I years. Motor Interest: I'.fiot,li Cine, I Page 31 Vt'II.l.IE LAURA GILBRETII Gif--H Clul "Ai -'.' ' H, A Cappella 'lf7: G fin G WH Schools: A lr 1 I -1 n I I years lvl-:nor Iritti-rest: I:I..tus':- I-:ec-pina, GARNET GRACY D ra ni a t i cs '33, '34, Ready Writers '34, '35, Back o' Curtain '35, '36, Hi-Y '36-66: Glee Cluli: '33-'36, Cyclodrarna '36- '38, National Honor So- ciety '37, '38, A Cappella '37, '38, Student Associa- tion '37, '38, Schools: Abilene, II years, Major Interest: Law. HOWARD GREEN Forensic '36, Press '37, Radio Guild '37, 35: Bat- tery '37, '38. Schools: Swenson, 9 years, Abilene, 2 years. Major Interest: Iournal- ism. BARBARA GORSUCII Iine Arts '34, Mask and VVVIQ '35, '36, Cyclodralna '57, '33, GI-9-J Cluliv '35- "'6, G an G '33, Stutglenl Association '37, Schools: A lv i I e ii e, I I years Malor Inteiostz Dramat- ICS. SUE GRAHAM Gill Reserve '34, '35, Baci: o' Curtain '35, '36, C,ycIoclrarna '36-'38 Gan G '38. Schools: T u s c o I a, 2 years: New Mexico, 3 years, Abilene, 5 years. Major Interest: Dietetics. WOODROW GRIFEITH ERA. '34-'37, Schools: Abilen e, II years, Maior Interest: Agricul- ture. fl -'R I--Q, -fiw pg: 49" BETTY LOU HANICS Literary '34, Mask and Wig '34-'36, Cyclodrarna '37, '38, Pep Squad '36- '38, G an G '39, Student .Association '37, '38, Tour- nament Play '37, National Forensic League '37, U87 Make-up '36-'33 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Maior Interest: Design- ing. IOY HATHCOCK A. A. A. '35 - '37, Pep Squad '35-'37, G an G '33 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Maier Interest: Design- ing. FRANKIE HAY Sport '36, '37, Story Telling '37, '38, Bible '36, G an G '38. Schools: Taylor County, 7 years, Abilene 5 years. Maior Interest: Home economics. WINFRED HARPER Band '34-'36, Science '31, Diversified Occupa- tions '36-'33 Schools: Gorman, 4 years, Abilene, 7 years. Maxor Interest: Electrical engineering. ALVIN HATTON FEA. '34-'38. Schools: A bi1ene,l1 years. Mator Interest: Aviation. I. B, HAYES Flashlight '34-'39, Editor of Flashlight '37, '38, Na- tional Honor Society '37, '33 Schoolst Abilene, IO years. Major Interest: Annuals. MARVIN GHIMES, IPI. Band '35-'33 Schools: Taylor County. 2 years, Abilene, 9 years. Major Interest: Aeronau- tical engineering. FAY GRISSOM A.A.A. '34, '35, Y.L.P. '36, Cyclodrama '37, '38: Ouill and Scroll '37, '38, National Honor Society '37, '33 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Maior Interest: Iournal- ism. DOROTHY HAMBRICK Pan-American '34, S.P.O.R. '35, Embroidery '36, '37, Pep Squad '35 38. Schools: Abilene, ll years. Maior Interesti Design- ing. RUFUS GRISHAM Texas '34, Centennial '35, Tennis '36, Golf '36: Hi-Y '36-'33, Science '37, '36, Student Association '33 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Petro- leurn engineering. ELTON HAILEY National Geographic '35, 36: Basketball '35-'38, Star Gazers '36, '37, Sci- ence '37, '36: Hi-Y '37, '38, National I-Ionor So- ciety '37, '38, Student As- sociation '37, '38. Schools: Abilene, Il years. Malor Interest: Petro- leum engineering. IAMES PHILIP HAMPTON Travel '36, '37, Back o' Curtain '37, Schools: I-Iautman, 6 years, Dallas, 'Z years, Abilene, 2 years. Maier Interest: Finger- printing. Page 32 ,M HARVEY L. HAYES. IR, Biography '35, Debate '36, '37, Los Leales '36, '37, Cyclodrama '37, For- ensic '37, '33, Schools: Abilene, Il years. Major Interest: Life un- derwriting. P. H. I-IILL Hi-Y '37, '38, Nature Study '36: Basketball '36- '38, Football '37, '38, Sci- ence '35, Track '37. Schools: Swenson, 4 years, Abilene, 7 years. Major Interest: Physical education. IAMES HOBBS Latin '35, '36, C-lee Club '37, '33 Schools: L u b b o c lc, 9 years: Abilene, 2 years. Major Interest: Medicine. ' IESSIE I-IENDHICKS Science '34, '35, Home Economics '37, '36, Gan G '38. Schools: Abilene, Il years. Major Interest: Nursing, A. M, HINDS, IR. Band '34-'38, Orchestra '35-'36, Mask and Wig '36, Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Radio. MARYBELLE I-IOLT A.A.A. '34-'36, Radio Guild '37, '38, Pep Squad '34-'38, G an G '33: Glee Club '34-'36 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Design- ing. Page 33 -.3 oo? GRACIE V. HUBBARD Girl Reserve '34, G an G '36, Knitting '36, Social English '35, Home Eco- nomics '37, Schools: Lutkin, l year: Humble, 3 years, Abilene 8 years. Major Interest: Social science. VERA HUSKIN G an G '38, Schools: Pecan Gap, I year, Abilene, IO years. Major Interest: Eine Arts. ILA MAE IOHNSON English '34, A.A.A. '35, '36, Radio Guild '37, '38. Schools: Hereford, 2 years, Abilene, 9 years. Major Interest: Radio. B. H. HUGHES Football '34-'37, Glee Club '36, Cyclodrama '37, 36. Schools: Plainview, 3 years, Alton, 2 years, Abilene, 6 years. Major Interest: Mechan- ical engineering. MARY SUE HUTTO Girl Reserve '35, '36, Glee Club '35-'37, Press '37, G an G '36, Knitting '36, Battery '37, '36. Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Business administration. FRANCES IONES Declamation '34, A.A.A. '36-'38, Ready Writers '3B. Schools: Oklahoma, 4 years, Abilene, 7 years. Major Interest: Stenog- raphy. BETTY LATHAM Playniakers '34, '35p Glee Club '34-'33: A.A.A. '35, '36, Press '36, '377 Rythrn Ryters '37, '38: G an G 33: Battery '37, '38 Schools: A b i I e n e, IU LIDA MAE LEWIS Girl Reserve '34p Sci- ence '35: Knitting '36: G an G '33 Schools: Sweetwater, 2 years: Abilene, 9 years. Mator Interest: Iournal- ism. years. Mator Interest: Business administration. ARY VIRGINIA 'I.IT" ' DORGTI-IY MALLETT lee Club '35-' , Pe , G an G '38. Sqv ' 339. X Schools: A biiene, ll Choa 1 I-"E ti t If years. ear: u' ol rS: Mayor Interest: Sports. Abile 4 ye s. Mator Inter s. eclini- cian. ROY MANAI-IAN Pan-American '34: Tox- as '35: Star Gazers '3by Snort Story '36, Rythm Ryters '37. Schools. Abilene, II years, Malor Interest: Engi- neerinq. PARALEE DIXON MANLY A.A.A. '34-'35: Person- ality Girls '37, '3Sp GanG '38: Glee Club '36-'38. Schools: A b il e n e, Il years. Malor Interest: Art. TOE IOWERS Travel '34, Schztolsg Tye, 7 years: Abilene, 4 years. Maiar Interest: Aviation. IACIQ IIING Eana '34-38: Orchestra '35-'39, Mask and Wig '36. Schools: Abilene, II years. Maor Interest: Music. PAUL LANDRUM 5 Bible '34: Press '37, Schools: A b i I e n e, Il ycars. Mator Interest: Electrical engineering. GUY IIEMPER Ilfask and 'Wig '36: Band '34-39: Student As- sociation '38 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Mator Interest: Music. IUNE LAMBERT Los Leales '35-'37, Star Gazers 34. Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Stenoq- raphy. MARIORIE LANGDON G an G""38: Tenni '37, 38: Knit n '37. Schoo sz l e, 3 years: Ie e, 6 years: Abilene l year, Maja I terest: Medicine, Page 34 CHARLES MARSHALL Sock and Buskin '36, '37g Glee Club '36-'38: A Cappella '37, '38. Schools: I-Iawley, 4 years, Abilene, 7 years. Major Interest: Music. ALEX MILLER La Luz 34: F.F.A. 35, '36: Playmakers '35: D1- versified Occupation '36- '38. Schools: Abilene, Il years. Major Interest: Business administration. IACKIE MILLS Playmakers '34p Texas '3S: Poets' Corner '35: Press '36: Glee Club '34, '37g Battery '36: G an G '38: Art '36, '37, Schools: Dallas, 3 years, Abilene, 8 years. Major Interest: Art. ADA OPAL MASSER Poets' Corner '35: Cor- respondence '37, '38g G an G '38. Schools: ,A b il e n e, Il years. Major Interest: Photog- raphy. MARCUS MILLER National I-lonor Society '38: Literary '34, '35: Foot ball '34-'36, Schools: Abilene, II years. Major Interest: Business aclniinistration, EUNICE MITCHELL Embroidery '3 5, 3 6: Spanish '34, '35, Schools. Oklahoma, 6 years: Abilene, 5 years. Major Interest: Music. Page 35 -1-req-, www. WW.-, , - .. m X X 5 xx I is -NSI . I ,wi - . Q 5 -"N 'rv' - I Q. -.. Nwft Y - M my . Y: ,Q 'K s 1 NX A . L Q 1 I: t U DIXIE MONTGOMERY Dramatic Workshop 'Biz Back o' Curtain '3fi-'35g Press 36, '37g Pep Squad '33-'37, Battery '33-'37, G an G '36-'38y Ouill and Scroll '37, '38 Schools: Colorado, 5 years: Abilene, 6 years. Major Interest: Social service. ROBERT MORRISON Flashlight '37, Schools: New Mexico, IU years: Abilene, l year. Major Interest: Basket! ball. ZOLUS MOTLEY Football '34-'38: Glee Club '36-'38: Hi-Y '37, '38: National Honor Society '37, '38: Track '35-'38: Student Association '38. Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Football. .-N 4vw It "Dx ' f sr' N W, 015 -lg EDELL MOORE Scienfe '3-I: Glee Club 'l4, "YS: Pie-Meri '35, Band 37: Cycloclraina '38, Schools: A b i l e n e, ll yfiars Mariir Interest: Aviation. SARETTA MORROW Back o' Curtain 'L'5: Biography 85: Orchestra '35-38: Cycloclrarna '37, '38, Battery '37, '38g G an G '38 Schools: Dallas, 3 years: Abilene, 7 years, Major Interest: Music. MARGUERITE MCDADE S.P.O.R, '34, '35: Perf sonality Girls '38, '37: G an G '38: Flashlight '37 '38 ,3, Schools: Denton, 7 years: Abilene, 4 years. Major Interest: Psychol' ogy. CONSTANCE NORVELL Back o' Curtain '37, '38, G an G '38, Pep Squad '37, 38. Schools: Pecos, I year, Midland, I year, Abilene, 9 years. Major Interest: journal- isrn. PATRICIA ODONNELL Archery '37, '38, G an G '33 Schools: I-I a rn I i n, 5 years, Midland, I year, Abilene, I year. Major Interest: Art. LESLIE PAGE Latin '34, '35, Press '35, '37, Battery '37, Los Leales '37, '33, Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Travel. HELEN O'CONNELL Girl Reserve '34, '35, Science '35, '36, I-Iorrie Makers '35, '37, G an G '33 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Music. DICK OWENS Band '34-'38, Schools: Cisco, 2 years, Abilene, 9 years. Major Interest: Music. OLLIE PAXTON Knitting '36, Star Gaz- ers '37, Back o' Curtain '37, G an G '38. Schools: Sweetwater, 9 years, Abilene, 2 years. Major Interest: Medicine. ALLINE MCGAUGI-IEY Science '34-'36, Mask and Wig '36, '37, Cyclo- drama '37, '38, Orchestra '34-'38, Glee Club '35-'38: Battery '35-'37, G an G '38, Schools: San Angelo, 3 years, Abilene, 8 years. Major Interest: Music. MARCIA LEE McGEI-IEE Girl Beserve '34-'35, Home Economics '36-'38, Knitting '37, '33, Pep Squad '35-'38, Schools: Taylor County, 6 years, Abilene, 4 years. Major Interest: Beau- tician. LOBENE NALL Embroidery '36, '37, Future Home Makers '37- '38 Schools: Lystna, 3 years, Abilene, 7 years. Major Interest: Nursing. IIMMIE RUTH MCGEI-IEE Playmalzers '34, '35: Sub-Deb '35, '36, Stitch-by Stitch '36, '37, Knitting '37, '33, G an G '38. Schools: Taylor County, 7 years, Abilene, 4 years. Major Interest: Nursing. BETTY MCINTOSI-I G an G '38, Orchestra '35-'38, Violin Trio '37, '38, Battery '36-'38, Biography '35, '36, Cyclodrama '36- '38: Student Association '35, '37. Schools: Fort Worth, l year, Abilene, 3 years. Major Interest: Music. RUBY DELL NEEB Embroidery '3 6, '3 7, G an G '37-'38, Home Eco- nomics '37. Schools: Cross Plains, 7 years, Abilene, 5 years. Major Interest: Teach- ing. Page 36 FRANCES PAYTON Declamation '34, Dra- matic '34, A.A.A. '35, '36, Personality Girls '36, '37, G an G '37, Pep Squad '34-'37. Schools: Ab i I e n e, ll years. Maior Interest: Interior decorating. GAYLE PETERSON Poets Corner '35, Glee Club '35-'37, Cyclodrarna '37, '33, G an G '38. Schools: Merkel, 4 years, Abilene, 7 years. Mator Interest: Art. ANNETTE PRICE Girl Reserve '33, '34: Glee Club '33-'37, Travel '35, '36, A Cappella '37, '38. Schools: Paris, I year, Bovina, l year, Abilene, 8 years. Major Interest: Diplo- matic service. MARTHA PEARCE Playmakers '34, '35, Nature Study '35, '36: Personality Girls '36, '37, Sketchers '37, '33, G an G '33 Schools: Sweetwater, I year, Abilene, IU years. Major Interest: Design ing. MAE DELL POE Sul:-Deb '35, Home Eco- nomics '37, '38, Wise Owl '36, G an G '38, Stitch-by- Stitch '36 Schools: Notion, I year: Taylor County, 5 years, Abilene, 5 years. Major Interest: Stenog- raphy. IEAN QUATTLEBAUM Sub4Deb 34336, Wise :DWI '36, '37, Embroidery '37, Home Economics '37, S an G '38, Glee Club '36-'38. Schools: Taylor County, 6 years, Abilene, 4 years. Major Interest: Music. Page 37 TI-IELMA ROSE RAMSEY G an G '33 Schools: North Dakota. IU years, Abilene, 2 years. Maior Interest: Stenog- raphy. DALE RI-IOADES Schools: Missouri, Z years, San Marcos, 4 years, Abilene, 2 years. Major Interest: Surgery. IOY ROBERTS A.A.A. '35, Knitting '36, Pep Squad '36, Star Gaz- ers '36, '37, G art G '38. Schools: California, l year, Abilene, IO years. Major Interest: Dancing. MERRILL REESE Los Leales '33, S,P,O.R. '34, Radio Guild '35, So- cial English '35, Science '37. Sclrools: Abilene, I2 years. Mayor Interest: Phar- macy. RUBY RICHARDS Girl Reserve '34, '35, Knitting '36. Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Stenog- raphy. PEGGIE ROGERS Texas '34, '35, Los Leales '35, '36, Embroid- ery '36-'38, G an G '38. Schools: Blair, 2 years, Merkel, I year, Abilene, 8 years. Major Interest: Stenog- raphy. ,355 'J -5 kllfli l'll,f EiNOliGliASS Llnl llvs-irvv 4-l. Sclrri-ils, A li i l U rr lg, ll ymtls. Mirror lnt--1-Ast: Sports. Glflillxlif S'l'lfAKi,lfY Nutionril G xg'x u1ri1pli1v'ri-l, Wh, Gull '35, '36, Sim' G-rgvrs Fly, '.i'f', 'l'-Nnnis 'ti'-', fill, Sturlont Associa- tion 39. Svhwils: Al'ilvnc, ll vmns. ltlmor lnt-'r-ist. Business utinrrnistrntioxr, Ul.AUDlf S'l'LIWAlTI' l'l-ryrlmlzf-rs 3-l, 'Shy Bun-l 'Lili-'38, Orvlr-'strtr FS, Stliw-tls: A li i l 0 n 0, ll vf-cus. ' lxluvr Intcrost: Music. Q3 'J' ADA Sl ANI Ohll . ,i , . N tin N 'RQ Sclwolsg ' V- ' '- , ' yours, Aliilcn-N, -l yours. IXlcnor lntt-rest: Nursinq. IFAN S'l'iTGl.IH Spanish S inn '37-'38, Glow Cluh 'fi-l-'38, Span ish '36, '37, Dr-nncrtic 'SG Schools: 'l'r.ylor County, 5 yours, Ahilmr-1, 6 yocrrs. lllmor lIllClOSlI Nursinq. EENlAlNliN STIFIG lllcrrch ol 'l'irno '37, '33, Schools: Waco, -l yours: Abilene, fl yours. hluior lntvrost: Business otlrnirnstrcrtion. MARY l.Uf'll.l,iI l4iUc'ilLfh i'I1VvIl1' Mm Hllilv Lv, Cirri-spirit tlri-rrr-0 "Wg lliirnf- Fc ics '37, 'Jil' V frn G Sclrfl-ln: 'l'v.1yl.ir Cf-unly tl w in Al l n ' J ur , fp- 57 ii 4- ,s f. Q him' 1 lntvrvst: l'l init '.'C'JIl'JZIliCL3, MELHA S1.,'OGiN Gl-'-fi L'lul+ '.'-l'llt3 Girl H"-svrx 'i,i '.i-lp l'utnr llurnf Ivlulz-:rs '36, '47, G on G '39, Sclrtiwlsi A li i l o n Q, li ycars, Ivlcnoi Intl-r st: Str-noq ruphy. CHRIS'l'lNFf Si'IOWAL'i'EH G on G '33, Schools: A lt i l c n c, ll ycors. Motor interest: Stonoq- rophy. lvlONAF.AE SCHULTZ Str try Writing '34, '357 Cjl-'-D Clulii 'Q-4, HS: Cen- t--nrnfll '35, 'dog Cyclo- tlzuirncr '36-'38, 'l'C-nnis '37- 39: G on G '38, Schools: A ln i l o ri 0, ll yr-urs, lvl"ll'tl' Int-sri:-st: Business mir-lnrinistrcrtiun, HILLYE LOUISE SEARS Littirflry '3-l-',-E65 Mtlslc mul Wiq '35-'.57g Cyclo- cirfnnc '37, '39, Gloc- Club 'A-l-'flB: Pop Squad '34- ':1t3, Student Association X-17, FB. Schools, A lv i l 0 n Q, il yours. Minor lntcrf:-sti Foods, PETE SIMPSON Musk Gnd Wig '34, '35g F.-ott:-oll '33-'37y Cyclo- tlrurno '35-'37, Schools: Fort Worth, 6 yours: Ahilcno, 5 yours. Manor interest: Football. 'X Page 38 MORRISSET STINCI-ICOME F.F.A. '35-'38, Schools: Taylor County, 6 ye-arsg Rockhill, I yoarg Abilene, 4 years. Maior Interest: Ranch- ina. CONNELL TAYLOR Los Leales '35, 95: Sack and Buskin 56: Glee Clult '35-'38, A Cappella '57, '38, Schools: Lamesa, 4 years, Ahilentf-, 7 years. Mator Interest: Music. MARY TRANTHAM Sub-Deb '34p Wise Owl T351 llnittinq 'SEQ G an G '38 Schools: Taylor County, 7 ye-arsg Abilene, 4 years. Manor Interest: Sten a- roivhy , ll1!.'4f"' lllf' Page 39 .171 RERTICE TANIQERSLEY Social E n q I i s h '37 G an G '38 Schools: O'Donnell, 3 yearsp B r o w n w o o ri, il ytiarsg Abilene, -1 years. Motor Interest: History. RCPLAND THGMASON Social English '46, A Cappella '37, Gl-ite Club '36, 7317. Schools: A lu i l 0 n +11 I l vfars. lvlattti Interest: Aviation RUTH TYLER Stilw-T11-I' '55, 'Slug lfnit tina '47, TSR: Gleo tflul '15-',:57g Hume Econoniics '36, '37, Schools: Taylor County, 'oarsq Alifilonfi-, 4 y-I-als. Mawr Interest: Nursinq -J ...ni F35 ...wmv-' -:off sd .-if +-44' fav ELTA VIRDEN Stitch-by-Stitch 'L-36: A Cappella '77, Glen Chili '.l5-SR. Schools: A it i l e n F-, l l years. Maior Inter-T-st: Music. SAMMY WALDRGI3 Band '24-'L'l8g Grcliestra '35-'38, Delfato '34-'l3'l, National Forensic Loaquf- '36-'38, Student Associa- tion '37, H85 Student Council '37, '3t3g National Honor Society '37, 759. Hi-Y '33 Schools: A lit i I e n e, I I years. Malor Interest: Business. BILBY WALLACE Schools: Oklahoma, 3 yearsg Iayton, 4 years: Abilene, 4 years. Major Interest: Ranch' ing. l aj "S W: -any LILIUS VIRDEN Footl all '34-THR, Basket- lall '34-'38 Schools: Pecos, l yoar, Al ilin-1, IU years. l'.faiti,r Interest: El-'wftrivrirl frriqiriof rinq. MARGARET VVALL A rt '36, Pf'11's-vitality Girls '37, A Cappella 'Il'!, 'WSJ G an G 'ESQ GIF-P Clulr '35-'38 Schools: A ln i l e n e, IU years. Maitir Interest: Music. CHRISTINE WARD Poet's Corner '35, Cor- respor1clence'36,'37g G an G '38. Schools: Taylor County, 6 years: Abilene, 5 years. Major Interest: Aviation. BURNELL WHITE Back o' Curtain '36-'38: History '34-'36: Diversified Occupations '36-'38. Schools: Stamford, 8 years, Abilene, 3 years. Major Interest: Aeronau- tics. I. D. WILLIAMSON Football '35, '36, Glee Qlub '34-'38, Star Gazers '37, Future Farmers '34, 35, Travel '36, Goli '37. Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Engineer- ing. MARY YEATON Pep Squad '34-'38, Press '37, '38, Home Eco- nomics '34, Girl Reserve '35. Schools: Abilene, Il years. Major Interest: Dancing. THOMAS WILLIAMS Band '34-'36, Press '36- '38, Debate '36, '37, Ex- temporaneous Speech '36- '38, N.E.I.. '36-'38, Battery '37, 38: Student Associa- tion '37, '38. Schools: DeLeon, 4 years, Abilene, 7 years. Major Interest: journal- ism. LUCILE WILLIAMSON Toy Making '35, Em- broidery '36, '37, Social English '37, '38. Schools: Abilene, IO years. Major Interest: Secre- tarial work. ELEANOR YOUNG Travel '34, '35, G an G '37, Pep Squad '34-'37, Vice-President uf Pep Squad '37, '38, A.A.A. '35, '36, Schools: Abilene, II years. Major Interest: Art. GEORGE WASHINGTON Cyclodrama '36, '37, N.F.L. '36, '37, Science '36. Schools: Oklahoma, 8 years, Abilene, 3 years. Major Interest: Law. DOT WEATHERS Glee Club '34-'38, Travel '34-'36, Press '36, '37, Photographers '37, '38: G an G '38 Schools: Abilene, ll years. Major Interest: Psychol ogy. WALTER WELLBORN F.F.A. '36, '37, Schools: Childress, l year, Potosi, 3 years, Abilene, 6 years. Major Interest: Farming. EEN WATSON Pan-American '34, '35, Los Leales '35, '36, Mask and Wig '37, Cyclodrama '37, '38, Student Associa- tion '37, '38. Schools: Sweetwater, l year, Abilene, 8 years, Major Interest: Business administration. ALYCE MAYE WELLBORN G an G '38, Schools: Potosi, l year, Childress, l year, Abilene, 7 years. Major Interest: Nursing. VERNA EMMA WESTBROOK Personality Girls '35- '38: G an G 38. Schools: California, 2 years, El Paso, I year: Abilene, 6 years. Major Interest, Home economics, Page 40 BURT ADAMS Schools: Ohio, 4 years, Amarillo, Z years: Abi- lene, 3 years. Major Interest: Aviation. HARLEY DEAN BATEMAN Los Leales '34, '35, Na- tional Geographic '36 Schools: New Mexico, 6 years, Abilene, 4 years. Major Interest: Meteor- oloqy. IACI-C BOOZER Track '36-'38, Sports '36, Flashlight '37, '33 Schools: El Paso, 2 years, San Antonio, l year, Abilene, 2 years, Major Interest: Engineer- ing. SINCLAIR BALCH Latin '34, '35, Centen- nial '35, '36, Science '37, 38. Schools: A b i I e n e, IU fears, lflaior Interest: Engineer- ing. CHARLES BEASLEY Travel '34, '35, Nature Study '35, '36, Star Ga:- ers '35, FEA. '36-'33 Schools' Abilene, IU years. Manor Interesti Ranch- ing. FRANII ERAHANEY H1-Y '36-'36, Star Gaz- ers '36, '37, Basketball '35- '38, Sports '36, '37, Schcii-ls. Ranger, I year: Wink, 6 years, Abilene, 4 years, Maior Interest: Oil. Page 41 ELEANOR MAXINE RAE COLE CAl-FEE Girl Reserve '34, '35, Rythm Ryters '37, '36, Pep Squad '34-'38, A.A,A. G an G '38. '35-'38, G an G '36 Schools: Stamford, 4 Schools: Abilen e, ll years, Abilene, 7 years. years. Major Interest: Stenog- Major Interest: Sports. raphy. EDDIE CORNELIUS WALTER COX La Luz '34, Playinaliers Mask and Wig '36, '37, '34, EEA, '35-'37 Cycloolrama 37, '38, Schools: Abilene, ll Schools: San Angelo, 2 years, years, Abilene, 9 years. Major Interest: Ranch- Major Interest: Engineer- ing. ing, I-IAZEL DAVIS I. F. DENNINGTON Girl Reserve '36, Bible Band '33-'36, Orchestra '36, Knitting '37, '38, '33-'38, Latin '33, '34, Golf Schools: Oklahoma, 9 '36, Centennial '35, Social years: Abilene, 2 years. English '37, Major Interest: Travel- Schools: Abilene, ll ing. years. Major Interest: Music. MELBA HAl.ilL'l'ON l7'1'1'--lvleil ""1: Giri ll -s we '15, Fffrfiisit "lil: 53:21 Q' Cizrtaizi '?6":1E: lee flu? 'FI-1-"LD: G an G A 7 Svlii ls: 'l'f'1'.fl 1 l.711111ly: ','w.11'..:g Al it'-111'-, E! yvrrs, lilaior l11t 1 sl: E-rprlii ins. A W 11111 ru . .t. M... 13C1i11Ce'.'3C1, l'i1111i G111l.l Craft "wb: lljrtlini Ryt- J 'llii S'Tl'11'11,1lSI N11 ' 141 l f',' li-WS, E3 ars: Aliili .1 , Yr f1,s. l.1l1.1 C1 l V1 V 11- s t' l.la- limes. MYHLE HINQYHAW '1".L,P, '35, "ill: Cjr'lf.1- razna 'EG-""'I: E it Equal 593: G 1111 .3 "NJ: Lit- 11'1rj.i' 'TL ' 1, Eitligfilsz A1 il ri e, ll jars. lffairir lritf-1'4st: lf'lL25lT GERALD HARBER P61114 '34-'37, Scif-1'1c: 'F1'f', 33. Siliiwlsz A L1 i l e 1'1 e, ll years. Mainz lntm:-st: Civil en- qi11He1i1'1q. TAULINE HELD Gi:-it Clul, '78, Clipping 135: C an G '38 Srilii.-ills: Nacaqdarlios, 6 ymgirs. Al ileni-, 5 years. lxlafir interest: Stenrgiq- rapl'1j,'. LOTTIE E. HOBBS Play nialiers '94, '357 G an G '38, Ceritenriial '35, Latin 255: G-lee Clulri 'Iii-lflflg Hvllini Piyti,-1s '37, "sf-twig Abilene, IU year s. l'tflfI,t'l' lnteresti Busirie-ss 151 lriiiriistrrstian. BEN DESMOND EHLY IEAN EASTIS Factual. "ill-"57: 'Scierics Critic 7545 Girl Reserve '36, '-15,15 Haflii Guila "lb, 'l37: Sclio-vis. A if 1 l e n ez ll FA auly Writers '37, G an G years. '77 lylaifnr lrit--rf-st: Eusiness S 'lisalsz A lu 1 l e n e, 9 airniiiistratiim, yfars, l-flanr Interest: Techni- Gian. WORTH FINLEY ElLLlE RAE GARFISON Press '54-'33, Battery Glee Clulf- '35, 'Zin Girl '34-'38, Reserve '34-'27g Social Schools: Fort Wartlg, 4 Eriqlisli '38 years: Alifilerio, 8 years. Silifials: Ereclzf-nridae, 2 Maior lrite-rest: Engineer- years, Al:,il?r1e, 7 years, inq. Mawr' Interest: Sparts. MARY ELLA GILMORE IAIAAES GOLDSMITH G an G '38 Eiiiile 95: Back Q' Cur- Schaolsz Gustine, 7 tain TB: Press '37 years: lvl-kill 'f" H: 2 YQGYS: Scl1QC1ls:Snyder, l year: Abilene, Z years. Clyde, 'Z yearsg Abilene, Major lnterest: Teach' 8 years. inq Maier Interest: Business. Page 42 MGZELLE I-IUEESTUTLER Girl Reserve '34, '35: Spanish '36-'38, G an G '38. Schools: Cotulla, 3 years, Abilene, 8 years. Maior Interest: Stenoa- raphy. NORMA NELL MATHIEWS Ready Writers 'QCS-'33, Social E n q l i s h '36-'33, G an G '33 Schools: E a s t la n Cl, 6 years, Abilene, 4 years. Maior Interest: Writina. IANE MESIIIMEN G an G '38, Bible '36, Social English '37, Radio Guild '37, '38, Battery '37, '38, Schools: Colorado, 9 years: Abilene, 2 years. Major Interest: Music. GERRY IOHNSON Pep Squad 35538, A.A.A. '35, '36, Mask and Wiq '36, '37, Student Council '37, '33, Cyclo- drarna '37, '38, Texas '34, '35, Literary '34, N.l7.L. '37, '38, G an G '38. Schools: A b i i e n e, ll years, Maior Interest: Interior decoraiina, W A DE MEA DOWS Dehate '34, NPL. '34, '35, National Honor So- ciety '38, Quill and Scroll '37, 'Sgr Raxlio Guild '36, '37, Battery '34-'35 Schools: Abilene, IU years. Masor Interest: Phar- inacy. SUE MORTON Schzols' Wichita Falls, 7 years, Houston, l year: Abilene, l year. Mazcr Interest: Art, Page 43 t' ,l f IRENE MGSER A.A.A. '34-'36, Toy Mal-:V ers '34, '35, Pep Squad 34538, Pep Leader '37, TES: G an G '35, Cyclo- drarna '37, '33, Student Association '37, '33 Schools: A b i I e n e, I l years, Maior Interest. Sports. LAWRENCE WADE PGOI. Woodcraft '34, '35: Clippinq '36, Cyclodrarna '37, '38, Hi-Y '37, 38: Student Association '37, 38 Schools: A b i l e n e, IU years. Maior Interest: Cartoon- ing. MADELYN ROGERS A.A.A. '35, '36, Knitting '37, G an G '38, Schools: Waco, 4 years, Beaumont, 3 years, Abi- lene, 4 years. Major Interest: Music. FRANK MYERS Travel 35: Star Gazers " 7: Flashlight '37, '33 fchi ills: A lp i l e n e, ll years . ltfiaor Interesti Photog- zapliy. PATTY IEANE PRICE G an G '33, Ernltroidery '37, Vtfild Flowers ct Tex- i If-tn as um. Schools: Sylvester, 2 years, Moran, I year, Abilene, I year. Mata-r Interest: Dratnat ics. ZELMA SCI-IMIDT Travel '35, Diversified Occupations 36338, Knit- tina '3l5. Schools: Pleasant Hill, 5 years, Abilene, 4 years. Mayor Interest: Business administration. -1' I. W. TOLAND Social English '35 Schools: Tye, 9 years, Abilene, 2 years. Maior Interest: Mathe- matics. VIRGINIA WORK Girl Reserve '35, '35, A.A.A, '35, '37: Tennis '37, '38, G an G '38. Schools: Baird, 8 years, Abilene, 3 years. Maior Interest: Interior decorating. CLETA MAE VERNON Girl Reserve '35, Span- ish '36, Schools: Merkel, 1 year, Monahans, 8 years, Abi- lene, 3 years. Maior Interest: Music. -IQ 'WD . -jg ' -4 DALE WHITLOCK Football '35. Schools: A b i l e n e, ll years, Maior Interest: Engineer- ing. BOYD WRIGHT National Geog r a ph ic '34, '35, Tennis '36, Pho- tography '37, Eack o' Cur- tain '38, Schools: M e m p h i s, 7 years, Abilene, 4 years. Malor Interest: Auditing. LAVON YOUNG Vtfoodcratt '35, '36, Di Versified Occupations '36- '33 Schools' A bile n e, ll years, Major Interest: Radio. IACK SIMPSON Writers '34, '35, Golf '34-'33 Schools: Taylor County, l year, Abilene, IU years. Mayor Interest: Lumber- ing. IUNE STEWART G an G '38, Personality Girls '37, '38, Schools: Louisiana, 2 years, San Antonio, 5 years, Abilene, l year. Maior Interest: Travel- ing. GRIERNEL SMAW Spanish '34-'35 Schools: A bile n e, ll years. Major Interest: Medicine. SARAH EVELYN SYMES Radio Guild '36, '37, I-lobby '37, '38, G an G '38, Wild Flowers oi Tex- as '37, '38. Schools: Lubbock, 8 years: Abilene, 3 years. Major Interest: Writing. WILLIAM I-IALE TALBOT Science 34, Tennis '35, '367 Golf '37. Schools: Brownfield, IU years: Abilene, l year, Maior Interest: Tennis. IACK TAYLOR '36-'33 Schools: A bile ne, ll years. ing. t Page 44 Clippers '34, '35, EEA. Major Interest: Ranch- T R A V l S About l902 South Wdrd School, CI threefstory bricl: buildinq, was con- structed on the corner ot South Ninth dnd Elm streets. The building was rdzed in l92l cmd replaced by one contdining fifteen :loss rooms cmd costinq SS84,l2O. The new school wcrs ndrned Trcrvis. ln l927 cm crddition wos mctde which cost Sll,672. The school now employs sixteen tecrchers cmd hcrs OH enrollment ot 557 students. Cn North Eighth cmd Orcmqe streets ctbout l9U2 or three-story brick build- ing cdlled North Word School was constructed. Loter in l92l this building Wors repldced with cr new one ncrmed Lomorr, costing 566721. Its totctl enroll- ment todcty is 376 students, ond nine teachers crre employed. TUNIGRS L A M A R , f ? 7 Wu, f ' Qu 44M -,CM ga,-U A, , I, fi'-fuf,gfC. ,,L,4,f cfyfyuj ULU V -.J A, ,KI Mum -.-1 I 1 . - ' . ', - - - . I' N ff, " .,-' 1, ' I, 'f?f,I I -I,,A.4,LgfN,4..f-C'Lf II - QL,-1,- I,,, I .I-QQ. 3- I , ' I I I ' ,, , I ,5, V I I - - I V .I.I, ,-: - -vI 1- - .. 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IZII- II.,--,V . , I?fI,,Ej ','-'f, , - ' '1o1'::v'-' '.lIl-x.-gI- ., 11,1 i ,ya W, -'If""'.'-'1l,I.ni,4,'1l I" -' -"P , ' - n- I- . ' , j.Ig"IiIQ'fw'9jWVIH''II-II-,'V -Q,I,-g,' I 'n-".f"I','.'g'f::V:IVf -Ig, 7,15 'I'l'j.I .I .I II v IvIiI'IgI..f IZA. I -I,I . ,I. NI --'II . bw- .,I, V.I. -I I'I'7'I . I 1 W1-,,. f,'-'---- ,II .I y . aj: '-. x v wg"-,gf I . 'a. . g 1 Q. ,, wi I, ,Ir -I . , I,,,I,V,.I, ..v ' ,:.',',,, "' -,. ,,.,-I-...A I , 'I,'2.".'. w. " , h ' -,. ' ' ' HI'II .",Q,. 1r"" " ' 5 'p -, v ' u.'.g"'f' ' ,f-f'f -f'- 234,15 ' If -II,'I' ,.'I'iV!f3 u!l',f .w I 'f M1-'y35'J'6"" "ff-f CHRISTINE MADDOX ESTHER GOLTZ Social Chairman Decoration Chairman BILL TIPPEN General Chairman MISS ANNIE LEE WILLIAMS Adviser WICKLIFFE SKINNER Finance Chairman ESTUS C. POLK Adviser JV X Q IUNIGRS OFFICERS IIMMY CONNCIR President ANN DOSS Secretary IO ANN STEWART Flashlight Representative .ff if :L MARSHALL MILLSAP Vice President MARY ELLEN CLAY Reporter Assistant Editor Flashlight MARIORIE IO MASSEY Class Favorite fb if 1 "T':.'2' Page 46 L MARY LOU AGNEW Preference: Football games Aversion: Chapel speakers. OTT ARRANT Preference: Beautiful qirls. Aversion: Foolish people. ELIZABETH GENE AUSTIN Preference: Horseback riding. Aversion: Sweet potatoes. MILNER ANTILLEY Preference: Good grades. Aversion: Driving a tractor. PATRICIA ANN ASHTON Preference: Horse racing, Aversion: Ninth period study halls. RUTH AYER Preference: Shows. Aversion: Show-offs. I ,L if 9, I Page 4 7 'iii Zi IU! 'E-R . "N IAMES BEAM DORIS IACI-I BLAIR Preference: Going to Prot-Hrenccz Pictures. dances. Aversion: Final exams. Aversiori: Going to school. LLOYD BLANICS BETTY EOUCHER Prefege-rice: Movies. I Preference: Orchids. Aversion: Okra. Aversiori: Stubborn boys. FRANCES BREIHAN LCNITA BRIGGS Pfefefenfei Popular music. Preference: Piano music. AVGFSJOHI SI3iC19fS- Aversion: Stormy weather WANDA MAE CLEMENTS BlLLlE DEAN COLl.ll',R Preference: Popping chew- PT2'f'i'fh2HC?3 COUPSS- inq gum, Aversion: An Eagle Aversion: Spanish lessons. d+E'f?Gt. EDWARD COMPERE Preference: Out-of-town football QGITLGS. Aversion: Tests. EMMA COZART Preference: Visiting boys. Aversion: lealous people. 'gas EARL BROWN, IR. IOE BULL Q Preference: Aeronautical Preference: Swinq music. 1 X engineering. Aversion: Classical music . 6 Averslon: Retiring early. rx -. ,- M IOHN BURNETT P i NWA DUDTER 1 W AA H D X A re erence: "Lucky Strike 'mf 5CJ.i.i?S5T'Nfi?QZ.'d4' pm' HH Pqmef' V Aversionz Climbing stairs, MARY ALlCE CLARK MARY ELLEN CLAY Pf'?f'5'f9Y1C9f TIUVQIA Preference: Checked shirts AVEFSIOHI SQUUSP' Aversion: Guitars, IIMMY CONNOR Priferencez Benny Goodman. Aversion: Velvet. CATHERINE CURTIS Preference: Summer. Aversion: Winter. Page 48 TRUETT DANIEL XNILLIAM IOHN DAVIS Preference: Baseball Preference: Proper concluct games. of students. Aversion: Bad Sportsman- Aversion: Boys without ship. ties. ANN DOSS MABGUERITE FINCHEH P1-gferg-nceg Pgul Preference: Action. 'Whiteman Aversion: Lectures. Aversion: Benny Goodman. lEAN FORBUS CHARLES FORD Preference: Swimming. Preference: Boxing, Aversionr Practicing Aversion: Algebra. piano. Page 49 LILLIAN FRENCH S. B. PBlEDSAM Preference: Sports. Preference: Playing Aversiori: Waiting. French horn. Aversion: Blondes. DOROTHY GANN W. E. GIBSON Preference: Skating. Preference: Good books. Aversion: History. Aversion: Conceited girls BILL GILBERT ESTHER QQLTZ Preference: Peggy Doris Prefe ROQSTS. Aversion: Driving slowly. Aversion: Sugar. MINA BELLE HODGES Preference: Collecting dogs. Aversion: Walking, IENTRY SCOTT HOLMES Preference: Good music. Aversion: lazz. FRANCES HUGHES Preference: Midnight shows. Aversion: Unfavorable remarks, NORMA lANE l-IODGES Preference: Money, Aversion: Rainy days. GENEVA l-IUDDLESTON Preference: Holidays. Aversion: Opera, BOB HULSEY Prefere nce: Petroleum engineering, Aversion: Women. LUCILEE GRIMES Preference: Softball gan-es Aversion: Study halls. EXENE HAILEY Preference: Waltzing. Aversionz Cold weather. MARY HEDRICK Preference: Motor boat riding. Aversion: Shopping. ROSALIE GRIMES Preference: Singing. Aversion: Oatmeal. BILLY HAY Preferencei Track. Aversion: Cream puffs. MARGARETTE HIGGlNBOTHAM Preference: Playing golf. Aversion: Silly boys. l Page 50 EDWIN IENNINGS Preference: "Big Apple." GENA IENNINGS Preference: Snappy Aversion: Difficult lessons. stories, Aversion: Gossip. NADINE KENNER Preference: Volley ball. MAXINE KENNEH Preferencez Ping-pong. Aversion: Being a twin. Aversion: Tragic pictures. CLAYTON LEACH IAMES LITTLE Preference: Pooling Preference: Globe-trotting. around. Aversion: Unfriendly Aversion: Having nothing people. to do. t ,J js fi Page 51 CHRISTINE MADDOX Preference: Cooking. Aversion: Chemistry tests. MAFUORIE IO MASSEY Preference: Drarnatics. Aversion: Peanuts. KATHRYN MCDANIEL Preference: Travel. Aversion: Fruifcalce. SARA BELLE MARKHAM Preference: Tap dancing. Ave-rsion: Vain boys. PAT MCCAHTY Preference: Dancing. Aversion: Gossiping females. lEAN MCDONALD Preference: Party lines. Aversion: Getting angry. -vs . l IUNE MOORE Preference: Acting in plays. Aversion: Egotistical boys. KENNETH NEWMAN Preference: Swimming. Aversion: Midnight shows. ALMA lANE PAGE Preference: Playing the violin. Aversion: Geometry. . an f-N-5 Wx.. ,- 1--'Q V' -n 'FTS' ROBERT NEECE Preference: Deer hunting. Aversion: Turnips. BETTY LOU OGBOURNE Preference: Square dancing. Aversion: Peppermint candy. HELEN DORIS PARMER Preference: Kid parties. Aversion: Cows. MAUREEN MCKINZIE Mll.DRED MCIIIINZIE Preference: Tennis. Preference: Baseball. Aversion: Cats. Aversion: Basketball. DURELLE MEAD LORRAINE MTDDLETON Preference: Riding around. Preference: Horseback Aversion: Sophisticated riding. boys. Aversion: Carrots. MARSHALL MU-LSA? HOMEH MONTGOMERY Preference: Gflflqster Preference: Student PiCf1lT9S4 Council. Aversion: Literature. A-,fefgiong Lgtin, Page 52 LOYSON HANKIN Preference: Hummq. Aversion: Poetry. IEANE ROBINSON Preference: Gccidmq cxbout. Aversion: Staying at home. E. C. ROGERS Preference: Ecmi work Aversion: Lonq concerts 3? I 4 A MARY WELLS STEPHENS IO ANN STEWART Preference: 'Truckinqf' Aversion: Mice. HELEN SWAEFORD Preference: "New Shoes." Aversion: Reading. MURRAY WILLIAMS Preference: Swing music. Aversion: Poor dcrncers. Preference: Rode-os. Aversion: Pointless jokus. BILL TIPPEN Preference: I-Iorses. Aversion: Sissies. PORTER WILLIS Preference: Track, Aversion: Term themes. WYNONA SIMMONS RUEUS SIVLEY Preference: Dancing. Preference: Eiue cars with Aversicnz DuII parties, white tires, Aversic-n: Sad pictures. WICKLIFFE SICINNEH DQRQTHA IVIAE SMITH pf'5'f'9fFY1C5'3 EQUUUQV Preference: Pretty cIo1hes. -A-VQVSWU3 SPUTGCIT- Aversien: Qucirr-2Iseme peopie. GWENDELL SMITH RAY SPIELER Preference: Abilene I-Iiqh preference Travel- Schod- Aversion: Basses, Aversionz I-Iiqh winds. Page 54 BILLY AMIS EARLTNE EARGER Preference: E-zrncrncxs, Preference: Gcrilczbzuts. Ave-rsioriz Lilercture. Aversion: History. IOE BARHSDALE HMMIE BAHLOW Preference: Detention. Preference: Herse races. Aversicrn: Snort, darl-: A'.'ersiJn: Ccnceiteil girls. haired people lEAN BRACHEN THOMAS EUZBEE Preference: lolces. Preference: luzz. Aversicni Quitiers. Aversizn: Enemies. l Page 55 .ri 'V ' ' W eis 2 , ' g erm Q ff' . J A- 112.4132 ...e"' wi" "XS . X I ICJHNAVIE CASSTEVENS STEWART CDOPER Preference: Travel. Prf-ference. Raising Aversicn: Cle-zninq ilie pigrii-pins. kitchen Aversien: Sitting under ljcrlcfirny in Cl'lC1I3'T'l. lOAN CORLEY NITA PIELDEH Preference: Art. Preference: Qlives. Aversion: 'Women-haters. Aversion: Monday. lUSTIN GRAY FRANCES GREENFIELD Pf9f9f9UC'93 Fi5hif1Q- Preference: Anson, Aversionz Hopping ccrrs. Avgrgigng Wgjfinq, A 9 " I K' 7 K puff D 2 J, Y f , 9 ' It ' 5 Y" A v - - ' 17- "1 , s My I Y 1 . 11555 .f. .ni .fi-511 ., X , ' ,fgjvf d A , if Wj,w,.M 1151 h.Z'1:1gf-.z'J , -. 'fi f ii M" 'W 1 ' K D U N ' ' V :1 f 'Ni' ., 'iff' UU, f f , . My Y ' iff 5 5 . , ' f , 1 g g 4 S I Lf afar, zz :zu f f' . Y , 53 jf 5 Q -,,, V 'ra-T' ' ' , . 'E if 1, ' if I X l gh! ' . ! . t 1 gig I 1 X 1 w 1 , ' A -' .. I' K ' 5 J 3, 1 ' 441 ."' 4 l"ef'f ' V 7 'f ' 2 35 ,. Fa? --J' I X wif' ' ,b iv - 5 H , 4 1 A Y iff" ffifv 4 . P ijt: V, f A f ' 3 J Y ' Y r . jifj H ,L IEE, , H 'Qi x Y I 33 A E J? if .4 5 , ' ., pf' Y ,V Y 'J' f ' K 5 lf. 'Ei' 15' ' " H i . - V' J " Y ' - 5 . Q 1 f A N' :ff 1 , 3' Yj 5 f ' 4, . ' : rrp X I V il I Y - bl 5 , V! 1 V 'A V' ,, . 52 51 A':, , g , ' W .. - V . , - 'ul 234 j Y i 5 z ng Jie- ' ' , .v fn z n:7l1'1f-I 4".' , 1-' , ' " ,. .. V 7: 4 . - . 1 A ,. r 1 . 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Averslonz Boys. 946 'E' 153 'J' EARL HUGHES Preference: Basketball. Aversronz Chapel speeches, ANNIE RUTH IIEITI-I Preference: Bicycling. Ave-rsion: I-lot school days. MILDRED LAWSON Preference: Fraternity pins, Aversion: Fire drills. ILIIXRE 'SFLEGG HEIJFIY GRUEES Preferfnce: Spvrts. Pr:ferf.nce: Plays Aversrrfn: G "1"r nietrjz. Aversffrn. Mustard greens MARY ELLEN HAMILTON VERA HARVEY Preference: Alirsentvnrinied Prefer fnce: Erown eyes. TQCICII-?I'S. Aversitfnz Srssy Lays. Avsrsfirn: Unfrrenclly' fleas. BILLY HOLDERNESS ESTELLE HOLMES Preference: Dutch dates Preferin:e: Swimming. Ave-rsrirnz BIHIICIFS. Aversimz Full sl-zirts. Page 56 W vl CLAUDE LEE GECFQGE HELEN LEE Preference: Loafing, PIf'f'?IsI1C'?I Travel, Aversion: Eliris. ,ixvfrsrpnz Pegrple who qo '1 rfriftrertles. ROCHELLE LEE LEON LEFFLER Preference: Ridxnq in 'ln renge: Lrvin-3. ruin. ers! 11: Elflf' r""n1 .LXVE'1'S1C'I1I People with nz Cxrnbrfi-zn. YEWEL LINDSEY E1'f1F,Ei'TT L'DDFEOUE3LROV7 Preference: Sizufrnq Pfp-1,1 V 7-pg Plc: jig, Aversron: Pict heel shim-s. A:'y,--551 fj','-TVWQIILLII ru-1. Page 57 .U 7 E -a. FHANHIE LOWRIE TF-LENE MA-N1-Y Prefer-ence' Plfzfxrrq ffm- PI"f"'!' I'1'5"4 Dilllflflq- piggy, A'.frs1r,r1: ILIIIIOI tmimnq. Aversion: Ufczshrnq dren-es, MINNIE PAYE MQQUARY ROSS L. MILLER Preference: Scotty clogs. PIPf'?1QI'1C-Q3 Gfvod music. Avgfgigng Avgcqdfwg, AV'EfSiOI1Z Elcxppers. I- B- MOATES BETTY RUTH MORRISON Pf9f9T9I'1C9I BGUUMU1 Preference: Travel books. WOITAGUA Aversien: Wcrlkinq. Aversion: Ugly men. ,-q HENRY ROBERSON Prefereri-ie: Farming Aversioiii Studying. HARRY SAUNDEHS Prefermicri-1 Faotimii game-S. Aversicinz Nicknrrrnes, SHIRLEY SHIPLEY PIQiE1fE'i'lC"'I Drcmctics. Preference: Redhe-ods. Aversimi: Tnrnperomentoi Avorsionz Baby talk. pwcpife, ri rl, .43 2 f HARRIET iffUi3ii:lAY PreIQr+f1riC.3: iuiusiri, I Av-i1rsi0r'i: Ariiirivy, 'I ii ij EUNICE PARHAMOHE Preference: Music, Ave-rsion: To wfzit. mf H , NADINE PLOWMAN Preference: Horseii-sci: riding, Aversi-Jn: Greta Gcirryif. 5 WL ii HELEN OLDHAH Ifivfxllff' !x'i'fi'J-" SID NSY r ri --it--1 . ,,- LCUISE PEHLLIPS ,,f.r,. if-Yf:IiC':. mnb ri. +'3'.'Qrsi1r'1i Fluririiril rut if 'Til .1i.T'. EATHEHINE RANDALL Frwfnwnie: fzuzncxiiszri. Aviisiiiriz 72151 giierfiirrie. BARBARA RUSSELL Prefer-5-nc-9: Hcivinq iun. Av-5-rsiori: "Ioy-killers." HARLAN SHAW Prefer-Qrice: Lemon pie Aversi-Jn: Criticism. HILLIARD SIMMONS Page 58 if MARIE SMALLWOOD Preference: Going to IO DEAN SMAHTT Preference: Sports. Merkel. Aversion: Studying at Aversioni Staying at heme home. BILLIE BLANCI-IE SMITH ELIZABETH SPEARS Preference: Coney Islands Aversions: Raisins. LOURENE STRAIN Preference Skating. Aversicn: Retiring early. Preference: Sweets. Aversion: Windy days DURWARD SUGGS Pre-Ierence, Acting as detective. Aversion: Detention. Page 59 EEI:i'l"l. 'l'Al.l'7l.fP'l' EILLYE FLC VVAILIIE Py.gfQwnC.g5 'TQMH Preference: "First-lNl.qlit+3r' Aversicn: Squash P1'0QlUIT1v Aversion' Politics. EVELYN MAE WILSON EETTY SUE WTNDHAM Preference: Swimming. Pf'5f9f'9UC'?f AVTITTOIT. Aversion: Cooking. Aversifmr SITOPPTITQA ANNA WOODLOCK ROBERT WYCHE Preference: Basketball Pf5'f9f9UC95POl3C01'T1- games. Aversionz Careless drivers Ave-rsion: Final exams V rrlrl , H X . Q V W Abilene in the Nineties This typical Saturday afternoon scene looks south from the present Wool- worth building to the old quarters ot the Farmers ci Merchants National Bank. The buildings shown are Morgan Weaver Hardware Store, L. H. Bradtield Drug Store, Pegues Brothers Dry Goods Store, Cornpton's Drug Store, and various other establishments down to the Magee Drug Store on the corner. Graduates and Valedictorians tcontinuedi 'J N222 -SQ Ruth ,lerrnan Fry. i932 233 Winter: Lonnie Fl. Briggs. M . V V A Spring: I. C. Hunter, Ruth King. 19-Jmll9 Mlldred Adce Wlqqllls' Summer: Mary Louise Henderson l92-1 l38 Empress Young tMrs. Paul Zedleri l933 B80 Vtfinterz Hulen l-l. Hawkins. l925 -l4t3 Craig Lyon Lynn. Spring: Flo Caldwell. 1926 H187 Wvimerz LOWE Wilson- Summer: Virginia Adel Abel. S w.: f t ' 'T 1' 4 . Uumnwr' DCUS LU npr H34 252 Winter: Maxine Perry. N27 201 Winter: luanita Tittle. SPUUQ1 Hibbvrd Polk. Spring: Dorjg Powell, Summer: Frances Slaughter. Summer: La Verne Dennis. 1035 287 Winter: S. T. Briggs. N29 243 Winter: Gladys Marie Hailey. Spring. Nan PQGYCQ' Spring: Florence M, Locke. Summer. GIG pearl Casey' Summer: Frances Pearl McGrady. l9?'3 - 242 Winter: Elsie Beatrice Green. 1936 25, uvimerf W' ?mith' . h Spring, LUCY Cmon Spring. Maurice Robert Finc er. Summer, Emgst Cugw Summer: Bessie Io lackson tMrs, ' ' " l. H. Harnlgtleni. IQEO C69 XVinter: lesse I. Coffman. Spring: Irene, Formsterv l927 Q97 Winter: loyce Taylor. Summer: Viola M. Etheridge. Sprmq: Gemldme Buster- Summer: A, B. Foster, lr. lflfl S63 Winter: lrene Flannagan, Spring: May Bee Harrison. Summer: llyman Fariss Teague. 1938 43 Winter: Evelyn Taylor. Spring: Eleanor Bishop. liIilllld 'urs' :HT FV -, 2 T w p- ll H 1-rl'-. is - 1, . X -ffw ,' 1 ' , 1-s ' 9-if Back of the red brick ot Central's walls lies a long and exciting history. Abilene's second high school, Central, was built at Third and Peach streets in l909 at the original cost ot Sl00,000. In l923 the present high school was finished, but as yet unturnished, when on the night of the lunior-Senior Banquet, Central school was burned. Alter it was rebuilt tor 335,000 the building be- came the largest grammar school with twenty-one teachers who guide 727 students in its twentyeone rooms and one study hall. A gleaming building surrounded by fresh shrubs and grass is aptly called Fair Park. This, Abilene's newest grammar school, at South Sixth and Sam- mons streets, was built in l929 at the cost ot 355,620 just before the depression sounded death to the ever-pressing need tor more schools. Fair Parlds eight rooms and auditorium accommodates seven teachers and 244 students. UNDERCLASSMEN C E N T R A Billie Louise Antilley Birthplace: Abilene Aae, 15 Lavon Baker Birthplace: Haskell A9114 Kathryn Barnes Birthplace, Abilene Aqe, l5 Iosephine Bentley Birthplace: Houston Aqe, l5 Betty lee Arrell Birthplace: Glney Age, lel Fawn Nell Barlow Birthplace: Eastland Age, 13 Leta Bates Birthplace: Dallas Aqe, l5 R, L. Berry Birthplace: Chireno Aqe, l5 Betty Babb Birthplace' Graham Aqe, l5 Hadley Barlow Birthplace: Eastland Age, 16 Mary Katherine Baxter Birthplace: Roscoe Age, 14 Mildred Betterton Birthplace: Paris Age, l5 SOPHOMORES OFFICERS SAM CONNER Presiglent DICKIE DANE ElvllvlONS Secretary SUGAR PAGE Flashlight Representative Plas ADVISERS MRS, HOWARD MILLER -za IAAURICE PAIN Vice President l.'lAR'! FRANCES SPANGLER Reporter lOHN EARL EUSTER hlfght Representative IKE W. lAY ,. -.V 'fs 'V' .Q Page 62 Myrl Biggerstaif Birthplace: Dallas Age, 15 Melclean Blanl-is Birthplace: Caps Age, 14 Nita Boulcnight Birthplace: Greenville Age, 14 Leona Bell Brannan Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 lanies Black Birthplace: Allzany Age, 14 Teresa Boggs Birthplace: Abilene Aqrs, Betty lc Bcwman Nancy Blankenship Birthplace: Abilene Age, 12 larnes Booth Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Dgrotha Nell Birthplace: Birthplace: Odessa Brownwood Age, 15 Age, 15 Thcnias Brownlee lvlartcrie Bru Birthplace: Birthplace- Temple Snyder Age, 14 Age, 16 Page 63 B13 yce tin ill an . C if -4 '13' wr' Tern Burditt Birthplace. Abilene Age, 15 Peggy Anne Carswell Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 Bay Cloud Birthplace: Cisco Age, 16 Kathryn Crook Birthplace: Gadley Age, 15 C5- an Patsy Bnrrage Birthplace: Fort W orth Age, 15 Ollie Bell Chase Birthplace: Olzlahania Age, 17 Sam Conner Birthplace: lrlasl-:ell Age, 15 Buth Cunningham Birthplace: Cross Plains Age, 16 44' get MW' fi lgthn Earl Buster Birthplace' lf'ifeatl'i-erlcrcl Age, 14 lwlary Elizabeth Clark Birthplace: Dallas Age, 15 Corin Cooper Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Mauriiie Curtis Birthplace: Weatherford Age, 15 10 wa' 3 '37 Marg: Ellen Gist Birthplace: Hamhy Age, 15 Gladys Marie Guest Birthplace: Aspermont Age, 14 Patty lane Hays Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 Wilson Holly Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 N A l IAF I F an .Ll V' lane Grant Birthplace: Alnilene Age, 16 Dorothy Harwell Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Nadel 1-lilhurn Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Darathy Holmes Birthplace: Barnes Age, 15 c. G0 i q-: Gil Mary Grimes Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Bobert Harwell Birthplace: Gopperas Cove Age, 16 Gloria Hollingshead Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Paul Holmes Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Maxine Daugherty Birthplace: San Angela Age, 15 Beatrice Dennis Birthplace: Memphis, Tenn. Age 14 Dicliie Dane Emmons Birthplace: Vlfaco Age, 14 1 Lvcille Folliard Birthplace: Aspermont Age, 14 Kenneth Day Birthplace: Cisco Age, 14 ,DJ lrlellzia Dres Birthplace: Dallas Age, 15 Maurice Pain Birthplace: Caps Age, 16 Ruth Evelyn Foote Birthplace: Mansfield Age, 14 Grleanor Dellis Birthplace: Bascoe Age, 13 lacl-: Dressen Birthplace: Tulsa, Okla. Age, 14 Dorothy Fitch Birthplace: Balls Age, 14 Ella Marie Garner Birthplace: Lake Creek Age, 15 Page 6 -1 Ann lames Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 Grata let-er Birthplace: Charleston Age, 15 lee Karr Birthplace: Brownwood Age, 15 Frances lioance Birthplace: Hamlin Age, 15 Stanley larrell Birthplace: Kirkland Age, 15 Nell lahnson Birthplace: Lubbocl: Age, 15 Ritchie lieelzle Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 lfiary llathryn liormaii Birthplace: Dallas Age, 15 lane lenrzings Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 Grant lanes Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Boy Kemper Birthplace: Cisca Age, 15 Celina 1.11111 LC wrie Birthplace Abilene Age, lb Page 65 .3 an -1.7 Q IF'-tis llasi'-, Birtliplaicz Al ilcnf- lxqft li Billy lwlicliilel rocks Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 Charles Narrell Birthplace: Abilene Age, 16 Eileen Odom Birthplace: San Angelo Age, 15 1111.11 l.1,:111'.'.'-.Ll c, 'rar llell itzztlty 1 1 l.1"Alistcr A1111 tr ljl11ll1Itl'l1"f Aga, l-l Blisiiifj Star Ag- , lfl Elmer lvltiioie Glen lvloare Birthplace: Birthplace: Abilene Carsicana Age, 14 Age, 14 Dorothy Newman Frances Birthplace: Ncrthrup Abilene Birthplace: Age, 16 Abilene Age, 16 Clyde Oldham lo Nell Page Birthplace: Birthplace: Abilene Big Spring Age, 15 Age, 14 4 , v ' .gf ,. f' ' 'V ' - fxwjx- Qyfwvyf'1 ,azf'5 , gg,-Q-,r l , A , I' '- 'n , ' ' - ix. 3 H M' Lgqff fx j if . s ' - 'N , X ' - ., ge Q XM J JM., hw- , J , 2 Ax g i -K. 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M i I 1 Nl . :I-VN, or 2 1 h ,J A. if Mary Louise Smith Birthplace: Akiltie , .V Ag:-, in Paul Spieler Birthplace: Abilene Age, l5 Mary Ola Taylor Birthplace: Abilene ,S Age, l5 lean Walker Birthplace: Wichita Falls Age, lil -3 Q5 QT William Snow Birthplace: Abilene Age, l3 Dorothy Spurrier Birthplace: Abilene Age, l4 Davie Teal Birthplace: Abilene Age, i5 Wanda Wallick Birthplace: Fort Mcliavett Age, l6 JC .3 Mary Frances Spangler Birthplace: San Antonio Age, l5 Helen Talbot Birthplace: Brownwood Age, 15 Genevieve Thompson Birthplace: Breckenridge Age, l3 Robert Walker Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Sugar Page Birthplace: Arnarillo Age, 14 George Richardson Birthplace: Abilene Age, l5 Bobbie Sarrels Birthplace: Abilene Age, l5 Geraldine Shaw Birthplace: Larnesa Age, 14 Clyde Parmelly Birthplace: Abilene Age, l4 Maribell Roberts Birthplace: Wichita Falls Age, 15 Larry Scarborough Birthplace: Abilene Age, l-4 Virginia Shepard Birthplace: Anson Age, 16 Milton Reese Birthplace: Tye Age, l4 Charles Rogers Birthplace' Dallas Age, 15 Mariorie Sewell Birthplace: Abilene Age, l5 Suzanne Simons Birthplace: Abilene Age, l4 Page 66 Billie Louise 'Webb Birthplace: Silverton Age, 14 Georgia Wilde Birthplace: Cisco: Age, 15 Boy Boger Birthplace: Dallas Age, 14 Lavina Campbell Birthplace. Breckenridge Age, 17 ,,-4 f ff "1 XX -wif' . ' , 1 3 Q Y x ' B I -.Q 49' "" an Mary Elizabeth Webb Birthplace: Breclcenridfj 3 Age, 15 Dorothy Macl-1 Aman Birthplace: Ahilene Age, 14 Burlene Buwen Birthplace: Forster Age, 14 Carolyn Cascn Birthplace: Birfninghan1,Ala, Age, 15 Mina Margaret Wheeler Birthplace: De lfalh Age, 15 Maxine Beasley Birthplace: Floydada Age, 1-1 1.13r3'l.1ff1iEr1iner Birthplace: Plc x1:,t1, n Age, 15 lfatli-'lririe C ,rilwuy E111l1fJlG1TWI Cal-Drado Age, 16 -JP 1 ,-,g""Q mn 1 -J. Page 57 ur ,-', 'Q 15.f"fi2ib-"f ' 3 'S' I-I '37 ,J 1, , , ' 1 at -J .24 l'3lll1'CtDLl11I11I1CI E1I'il'LPl'f1CvI 313 ilene Age,W15 Kathryn Hall Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Hal Hervey Birthplace: Breckenridge Age, 14 Evelyn lohnston Birthplace: Weatherford Age, 17 ,lf Barry 1Ti111rf,' Biitliplace' Asperm,nt Aqr- 15 B11etta1'len1.lerSI11i Birthplace, Aliilene Age, 14 Gloria lane 1-lohlirs Birthplace: Abilene Age, lb Shirley Nell Kethley Birthplace: Munday Age, 14 Marylitel Graves Birthplace: Alitilene Age, 14 lack Herman Birthplace: Lamesa Age, 15 lack Holden Birthplace: Hamlin Age, 15 Mozelle Lawrie Birthplace: Denton Age, 15 - fy" 4-T K, 'T' 'R 41 .,,,..N4M D .QF HALF EDWIN MCGBADY son of Mr. and Mrs. 1-1. P. McGrady, was born on lune 11, 1922, and died in Uvalde, Texas, on December 1, 1937. "It sinqeth low in every heart, We hear it each and all-W A sonq ot those who answer not, However we may call,- They throng the silence of the breast, We see them as ot yore- The kind, the brave, the true, the sweet, Who walk with us no more." Augusta Lee Glenn Neill McGuire Birthplace: Birthplace: Aliilene Al ilene Aqe, 16 Aqe, 13 Lorena Redmond Macl: Heed Birthplace: Birthplace: Wichita Falls Al. ilcnc Aqe, 16 Age, 14 Phil Schultz Billie Shaw Birthplace: Birthplace: Alwilenc Stamford Aqe, 13 Aqe, 15 Dick Starr Marian Wright Birthplace: Birthplace: Cisco Memphis Age, 15 Age, 15 Hal Pender Birthplace: Abilenf- Age, 15 Elizabeth Sextor Birthplace: Croclcett Aqe, 14 Lyndelle Smith Birthplace: Alnilonc- Aqc-, 15 hmmy Atkinson Birthplace: Paris Age, 15 HALF EDWIN MCGRADY Page 68 FBESHMEN GFFICERS WOOD BUTLER EERNUQTE HEBYHNG President Vice Presiflenl ETHEL HAMBBICK RUN-I WILLIAIJSON Secretary Reporter WlLl.A GENE BEHM EPLNEEUY HAYES Flashlight Represenlalive FliQ:::Ii1rVfl:! HC'I'fI6'.'JQI1fCIfl'JC Page ! .-as A 61" q'fq"4' 69 04' ,,.,fv' 'VK lvlaii-qari it Alf?-Ii'1Il',lv,I l"lIll1j'Yl',I-DQS Vfiiit-tis Aqf- iii Peuuliew Bnlfilwiii P11 thplace: lxicl-Qinney Age, 121 Betty la Bishop Birthplace: Kansas Ciiy, Ma. Age, 13 Nina Blair Birthplace: Killeen Age, 13 lla lf Aichi l'i11tl.5wiiv: lfillviia Afy, l, La Vfinvi B14 Birtliplmiez 'lerrell Age, lf? lames Fianl-i Bishop Birthplace: Kansas Age, ll Mary Boggs Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 l+ W Lfivivilxfn Bail-:ei l'llllli5vlrir'fXI liglvlllll' iifl Aq- i, l .:1 Narnia Br 'ily Birthplace: Anson Ag-f, lu Mack Black Birlhplace: Abilene Age, l3 leane Bohannon Birthplace: Bohan Age, l3 Preston Clark, lr. Birthplace: Abilene Age, 12 C. l. Collier, lr. Birthplace: Abilene Age, 141 Mildred Frances Cook Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Marietta Council Birthplace' Lubbock Age, 14 Cleo Clyburn Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Nobia Collins Birthplace: Loraine Age, 13 Constance Co Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 lames Cowan Birthplace: Merkel Age, 14 Hall Bond Blr thplacet Abilene Age, 13 Daisy Marie Mary Booth Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Maevolene Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Verre Byrd Birthplace: Oklahoma Age, 14 1-1. G. Castle Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 George Branch Birthplace: Merkel Age, 14 Imogene Bruton Birthplace: Killeen Age, 14 Bay Cannefax Birthplace: Brownwood Age, 14 Melrose Chaney Birthplace. Abilene Age, 13 Biannan Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Wood Butler Birthplace: Ocela Age, 13 Nathalee Cap Birthplace: Clyde Age, 13 MickiaCogclel1 5 9' Birthplace: , :,f':4" Dallas ' Age, 12 N k ri. w Tom Collins 1 as Birthplace: "dr . Memphis, Tenn. -1 11 Age, 14 x Gloria Coryell Birthplace: Bristow, Okla. Age, 14 Ollie Dean Co Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 .ww s M- - x . 9 l W1 :. . Ha. .aa . fijflli. ,-, wqfr , ,, ,b.,,:Av-yn, 3-i .7 "?f'fl 241, . '54 wiv' -X. X 1 Page 70 lo Hanna Crawford Birthplace: Dallas Age, 13 Mary Willmoth Dalton Birthplace: Crockett Age, 12 Nell Dryden Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Sarah Crawford Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Barton Daniel Birthplace: Hamlin Age, 14 Perla Hudson Dudley Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Anna Pearl Curtis Birthplace, Abilene Age, 14 Margaret Dicl-zirean Birthplace: Orange Age, llrt Noririan11Dufill1:i Birthplace. Shreveport,1.1. Age li Frank Elliott Birthplace: Seymour Age, 14 Page 71 Guy Evans Birthplace: lkfilleeii Age, 14 Nina Belle Fleming Birthplac 1-: Dallas Age, 13 AL fi- , .,11eg...,, 1 xy' ,- 4. 'Nix x-rw?-fm ., , . ,. -rw, 1 an be K 1 i ,. X 1:4 lg '-SI. I ,1 ei ., lk' 3 'A r W Mary Alice Fowler Birthplace: Mei-:ia Age, 13 Lura Mae Free Birthplace: Plains Age, 14 Doris Goiorth Birthplace: Ranger Age, 14 Tomrnye Grisham Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 ... i,.,.,. ' Ng, N , ,--I - ' ' 5,-K, K -elf, 'M - 4 I' , :ar ' 3 . 6 .6 1 X Yi ' ,.. 83" E 3 ---r- -vf Q I ii!" 5 5 A - . 1 lag, ,I -59- 1-3 ,gm , . ' 1 M' S-mt I , 5... fmt 'kt 3 .Ba lik 41 ' ,,,,,, g Y 1 F ns' W, g 'E"5f.5 i, af' PM lllildrecl Fox Birthplace: Banger Age, 14 1-llaxine French Birihplaceg Bang-er Age, 13 Douglas Graves Birthplace: Waco Age, 14 Evelyn Hailey Birthplace: Nugent Age, 13 Ella Fave Free Birthplace: Plains Age, 14 Aletha Fuller Birthplace: Abilene Age, ld Ienriie V. Grimes Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Ethel Harnbrick Birthplace: Belton Age, 13 Z lmogene Hill Birthplace: Hamby Age, 14 W. E. Humber, Birthplace: Albany Age, 15 Carl lenson Birthplace: Banger Age, 15 loanne Kenner Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 2 6 lr. 'In J : -af 475 Gloria Hitt Birthplace: Corsicana Age, 13 Bubye Faye Huskin Birthplace: Cooper Age, 13 Ewing lanes Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Barbara Nell Kirk Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 14.32 '35 ,. W Fern Hooper Birthplace: Brownwood Age, 13 Bobby Iaclcson Birthplace: Duncan, Okla. Age, 13 Bryce lordan Birthplace: Clovis, N. M. Age, 12 Dorothy Korman Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Nelda Harper Birthplace: Gorman Age, 12 Charles Hay Birthplace: Abilene Age, 12 Genelle Heath Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Betty lane Henderson Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 F' llflv-Ellf:G Harrison Birthplace: lvlclfinney Age, 14 Tommie Hay Birthplace: Dublin Age, 13 Betty Heavenhill Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Bernice Herring lasper Harvey Birthplace: Sweetwater Age, 13 Ernest Hayes Birthplace: Depart Age, 13 Elizabeth Helm Birthplace: Dundee Age, 15 Virginia Hester Birthplace: Desdemona Age, 13 X t wi , if Birthplace: Mcliinney Age, 13 .8 U Page 72 Huie Lamb Birthplace: Childress Age, l3 Emmett Lawless Birthplace: Sweetwater Age, l4 Billie Logsdon Birthplace: Abilene Age, ls Charlotte Mackey Birthplace: Norton Age, l'Z loyce Landrum Birthplace: Utopia Age, l5 Wilara Leverett Birthplace: Baird Age, 13 Ernestine Liwe Birthplace: Mesa, Ariz. Age, l6 Norma lvlarkurn Birthplace: lean Age, l4 Earle Lawless Birthplace: Sweetwater Age, l3 lee Ann Little Birthplace: Anson Age, l2 fune Lyon Birthplace: Agilene Age, l? Ava Lucyle Martin Birthplace: Akilene Age, lB -1' Page 73 nun .al- -P ,,: vw. X I fi fe 'Q 7, 5 I Y! I iq' ' Q fi bl ' X ,-7 E '66 if "'- 5 25 L5 lay Mathis Birthplace: Post Age, ld Buby McFall Birthplace: Pcmona, Calif. Age, l.t Edward Moare Birthplace: Wills Point Age, 14 Frankie Music Birthplace: Ponca City, Olcla. Age, l3 U f pl ' ie. on .Tal ll -el 'jx 4. it we sm, N X A l Y .3 .-af" Q 1 U . ! rn P x if-in ,4fr::.l-L-1 i"""i"x x z 5 is 5 x A .. W og 0 'T llargaret l.'lcAclarr1s Birthplace: Al iilene AQC, lf Danna Dean lflcGehee Birthplace: View Age, l2 Henry Morgan Birthplace: Abilene Age, l3 Carolyn Myatt Birthplace: Abilene Age, l'Z N-it 'er . , Hdxz. Catherine McCarty Birthplace: Alilene Age, l3 Evelyn Mclvlillan Birthplace: l.fle:-:ia Age, 14 Buth lvlullins Birthplace: Whitewright Age, 14 Lena Nations Birthplace: Oil City, La. Age, 16 5377 R" ' f an I f 'N 1 utr' - g , it v, 2,,.,,,.,,,x.,:,. - ps- , K, -sw . W 1. I I, . K, ,,. . , V ,N .. kr A W '45 t 9 a , 1 't cs. . ui 'J - T- X 'JCL , 1 ' 515, 1 tw ' .gr:.,4:-.eg-.-,-g.,ttr ps . , ri , A ,t- 5 'E - if . rv 1 ,HX val .- 3 Q , Cc H v , . 'igfig' - . I 1 - - it-, - o Y it V t : n ut , i A A sae 'A ' .-VAM M, 1 A W 44.5- 5: -5 -. Willa Gene Rehrn Lela Kate Rhodes Marian Riddle Birthplace: Birthplace: Birthplace: Decatur, 111. Fort Worth Montezuma, N. M. Age, 13 Age, 13 Age, 13 Aileen Roberts Doman Roberts lanice Robertson Birthplace: Birthplace: Birthplace: Coleman Abilene Halls Aae, 13 Age,l3 Age, 13 Warren Lee Sallee Elsie Mae Saylor Billy Scoggins Birthplace: Birthplace: Birthplace: Brady San Antonio Abilene Age, 13 Age, 15 Age, 13 Elsie Scott Margaret Sears Margie Sears Birthplace: Birthplace: Birthplace: Anson Abilene Abilene Age, 14 Age, 12 Age, 12 Lelia Nolan Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 Sara Lou Owens Birthplace: Winters Age, 14 Clarence Alton Farmer Birthplace: Electra Age, l-1 Dayl Pittman Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Olen Norris Birthplace: Hawley Age, 16 Annie Laurie Padgett Birthplace: Dallas Age, 15 Frances Paylor Birthplace: Big Spring Age, 16 Theo Priour Birthplace: Fort Worth Age, 1U Louise Oldham Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 leane Parl-:er Birthplace: Dallas Age, 14 Buster Phillips Birthplace: Abilene Age, 12 Maryella Rathmell Birthplace: Abilene Age, 12 Page 74 Sue Shepard Birthplace: Anson Age, 13 Mariorie Spieler Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 lack Thornton Birthplace: Royston Age, 13 Helen Vletas Birthplace: Abilene Age, 12 Katherine Smith Birthplace: Brownwoo Age, 13 Sarah Ann Birthplace: Abilene Age, lf? d Stowe Rebecca Tittle Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Margarite Vletas Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Elsie Snow Birthplace: Gilliland Age, 13 Mildred Tate Birthplace: Fort Vtlcrth Age, 14 Mary Ellen Truett Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Margaret Wallace Birthplace: 1-1eldenville,O1:la Age, 12 Page 75 Helen Vtfatts Birthplace: Bolder Age, 13 Marion Westbrook Birthplace: Sweetwater Age, 14 Patty Winters Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Mildred Woody Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 'll E. Vfatts Birthplace: Abilene Age, 15 Marietta 'Wilcox Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 Vonde11Wornack Birthplace' Abilene Age, 13 Sarah Ioe Wragg Birthplace: Abilene Age, 13 Claudia Webki Birthplace: Dallas Age, 12 Ruth Williamson Birthplace: Wichita Falls Age, 13 Wanda Woods Birthplace. Abilene Age, 13 Miriam Yates Birthplace: Denton Age, 14 The tirst High School Building, located at First and Peach Streets and erected in l889 at a cost ot Sl0,UUO,- demolished in l923. I. M. Archer, contractorf P. A. Williams, sub-corr tractor. ,rf f ,133 . 4 -2, ., f'f,ljf'L3 V 4:15 wg: , ' g , V f-'A . -' 4 K 1 --343 , . ff N .-M, ,'f1wffff' .1 R. '94, ,,. ,h.,,,v W, ,ff H .-' . ,, Ja, ug, A , ' ,milf fff4..,:Qf,:"1411: - ' f 51? I f - , . ' '47Cfy'- ff,-T557 rj' vii' ' " rf, ,irq gf " X' ,Q 'Z A gi-v'-'Z 51 -w . 7V"'f?5-if 'l12l142,1- 'ffjca aE:iEi'if:is 52355. A 1,-fiff 2411- 'A ' i. ..'f"2"f aiiiaiiigi Q 4, ' it '--"' 4 " , 55815, ' Eilgsiiifzi 22 pkkfkgiig .., X' Q A . 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L ,H ,' .gi .N I R.. 5: -,f'2f"5'j1j"3-gi""",.-.'Lf'1,' T xv' V' ki K, ,, -" f w , ' 'flip' 5,111 ' - -l,1,,gg,,.j,:-i..:-,i4'-VL ' - i f , - , -' 544122, +L e i'-- T. ,' ' 5 W " , ' rw. - 1,-an-.f 1938 GCPLDEN ANNIVEP BAR Y Published by the Students of ABILENE HIGH SCHOOL Abilene, Texas THE FLASHLIG-HT Dolores Harris Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 Patsy Buth Lester lack Kauffman Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 Mary Bob Means Betty lo Landers Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 lames Nuckols Geraldine Lady lane Edith Ann Anderson Anderson Brabham Birthplace: Birthplace: Birthplace: Fort Worth Merkel Cross Plains Age, 15 Age, 14 Age, 13 Ierry Bracl-:en Robert Bradbury Madie lo Bond Birthplace: Birthplace: Birthplace: Abilene Lorneta Abilene Age, 14 Age, 13 Age, 13 Edsel Burford Fallis Carson Peggy Darden Birthplace: Birthplace: Birthplace: Lawn Abilene Abilene Age, 13 Age, 13 Age, 14 Billie Marie Gist David Gray Virginia Birthplace: Birthplace: Hamilton Abilene Abilene Birthplace: Age, 13 Age, 13 Abilene Age, 13 Birthplace: Los Angeles Cal. Birthplace: Abilene Birthplace: Los Angeles, Cal. Age, 13 Algene Roddy Birthplace: Morris, Okla. Age, 14 Mary Eliabeth White Birthplace: Oglesby Age, 16 Age, 13 Charles Samrnons Birthplace: Abilene Age, 14 Ruth Wyche Birthplace: Waco Age, 13 Age, 16 lohnnie Spears Birthplace: Paris Age, 14 Hortense Yeager Birthplace: Carlsbad, N, M. Age, 12 Page 76 KALEIDOSCOP E 1 9 0 8 MISS WILLIE MAE CHRISTOPHER 1 9 1- 8 Representative College Instructor Class oi' l9ll A Member of Class ot tirst Flashlight. Student in Trinity College, 1911-1912. W1 f 12157 'lil 1 1 i Simmons Class Historian: member ot Philo Literary Society: Mary E. Simmons: Abi- I lene Town Girls: graduate Cum Laude from Simmons in 1914 with A. B. deQI9G- . 1 1 1 Teacher in Abilene High School, 1917-1926: organizer ot High School Pep Squad in , 19235 sponsor ot classes ol 1920, 1922, 1924. Bachelor ot Arts degree from University of TQXGS irl 1923 grid C1 MCISTQT Of AVIS degree in 1928. l 1 1 Teacher in McMurry, 1926-19385 organizer ot Wah VVahtaysee Drum Corps, 1926: sponsor ol classes ot 1939, 1934, 19385 sponsor ot T. 1. P., girls' social club, 1932-1933. MISS 'WILLIE MAE CHRISTOPHER LOUIS GROENE LOUIS GROENE Representative Farmer Class of l9l5 Editor ot Flashlight in 1915. Comrnitteeman from Precinct 1 ot Taylor County on Soil Conservation pro- gram in 1936. Chairman ot One Variety Cotton Association on Pleasant Hill School District, 1934-1936. Member ot Board of Directors ot the Co-operative Gin Service and Sup! ply Company. Helped to organize Farmers' Co-operative Society, Number 1 in 1934 and Number 2 in 1935 tpresident ot Number 1 in 1934-35, and of Number 2 in 19351, and Producer-Consumer Co-operative of Abilene, 1935 Cpresident ot that organization, 1936-371. 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