Amarillo High School - La Airosa Yearbook (Amarillo, TX)
- Class of 1925
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Mashburn, Tommie Ruth
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Willis, Gretta Lee
Gordon, James L.
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The Whirlwind, as the Girl's Basketball team was known, developed an ex- i
eellent team this year. Mrs. Atwood and Miss Orville lleadriek were the coaches. A
The conditions under which these women worked and the results obtained show that v tg
the season was a successful one. 'l'he games were played on an outdoor court as
there was none available for practice. The had weather during the season mused 5
them to lose many days of practice. .
Very few games were played with out of town teams due to the fact that none fi
of our challenges were accepted. However, in the games played with the Vega anrl
Panhandle High Schools the girls demonstrated that they were capable of taking
care of themselves on any court. In the city tournament the Whirlwind was in
the last game to be played and onlv hard luck in the form of an injurv to one of the '
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players caused them to lose out. 'llhe winning percentage of the team was very
high for the year. An equally successful season is hoped for next year.
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A. H S. 43 Hereford 0
Our first game was with the Hereford Hi h School. The visitors were com-
pletely beaten in ey ery stage of the game and when it was all over the score was
43 to 0 in the favor of the Golden Sandstorm The game shovi ed that 1924 was
going to be a very successful season for thc Sandies, the best defensive team that
the Amarillo fans had seen in many a season showed themselves at the Bivins Field
that da .
Sebi ei al new men starr ed in this game besides the veterans of last year's team.
toodwin a new man starred in play after play. Nicklaus X aught and Jacobson
lllkins were smearing plays on everv down.
A. H S 20 Canyon 7
'Ihe Sandies met Canyon High School at the Tri-State Fair grounds and won
a hard fought game by the score of 20 to 1 'lhe Sandies were late in getting
started to scoring but after Canyon had lucked over fi touchdown the Sandies started
down the field and soon had the game going as they pleased. Once the Sandstorm
showed their defensive strength the Ciany on team making only two first downs'in
the whole game. Both of these were on lucky passes.
hoodwin again showed out for his wonderful defensiie playing while Vaughl
rarriul the ball for good gains. l lkins played a stellar frame at tackle and many
times threw the Canyon backs for losses Reeder held down the positlon at end
with marvelous skill but was hurt in the last quarter and by the doctors orders to
give up the good old game of football for the remainder of the season much to the
regret of the fans and his teammates.
A I . S. 7 Pampa 0
Por the third 'ame of the season the Colden S-indstorm journeyed to Pampa
and were held to one score by the Harvesters. The game started off like it was
going to br an easy one for the Sandiesg they marched right down the field and
scored a touchdown in the first few minutes ot the frame. After the first quarter
the Sandies were several times in scorinff distance but they lacked the punch needed
to put it ove1'. The Harvesters made only two first downs while the Sandies made
many times this number. The greatest trouble was that the Sandies were in bad
need of interference. On the defense the Sandies were not up to their standard.
r I '. S. J. McLean 0
Amarillo met and defeated the strong McLean team which had held the Sand-
storm to a scoreless tie the previous season. The Mclican team did not at any
time give up fighting, although badly beaten from the first The visitors did not
at any time threaten the Sandies.
A. H. S. 14 Clovis N. Mex. fi
Amarillo, not being able to secure games with any team for this date, went
down to Clovis and played the high school team of that city. Clovis is always
recognized as having a strong club in New Mexico but they were no match for the
Sandies. lt is true that they made six points but they were from field goals. The
Amarillo squad was also handicapped by having ridden down to Clovis in cars and
were stiff from the ride. Eligibility kept three of the regular members from mak
ing the trip. The high lights of the game were the seventy yard runs made by
Herrington and Jacobson
A. H. S. 63 Plainview 0
Our first class A game was won by the score of 63 to 0. At the start of the
game it was evident that the Sandstorm would win by a large score. At no stage
of the game were the small Plainview boys able to cope with the big Sandstorm line
and the hard plunging backfield. The second team was sent in toward the last part
of the game and these boys showed that they were capable of relieving the regulars
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the Plainview team next year as their boys should develop considerably this year
A H S. 33 Lubbock 0
hor the second class A game the 'iandstorm blew down to Lubbock and did
much damage in that fail city Phe Sandstorm raged for foui fifteen minute pm ii
ods and when the dust had cleaied the score was 33 to 6 in favor of that good
lhe first hal i' was hard fought with neither team scoring until the last minuti
of play vshen the Saudies carried the ball over and kicked goal. However after
talking their mistakes of the first half the Sandstorm went back into the frame and
succeeded in putting over several more touchdowns. The score does not iudicati
the true story of this frame for the Sandies gained at will. I ubbock scored in the
last few minute- of play by -1 long forward pass that one of their men caught.
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liefore one ol' the largest crowds that ever witnessed a foot ball game in Ama-
rillo the Sandies outfought, and outplayed the Vernon "Lions" only to lose their
first chance to win the championship ol' llistrict 1 in a hard fought tie game. 'l'inic
and again the Sandies carried the hall right up to their goal only to lose it on
penalties. We scored first on Yaught's dropkiek and thus the score stood for most
of the game with the ball in Yernon's territorv. Finally with five minutes to go
Yernon also kicked goal and tied the score. Then the Sandstorm began a trium-
phal march that was halted only by the shortage of time. Then McQueen was
called hack to placekick. Just as the whistle blew the kick was blocked by a Ver-
non plnyer. 'l'he outcome was a distinct setback to the Sandies who showed that
they had a better team in every department of the game. We more than doubled
their numbers of first downs and yards from scrimmage. Only in the forward pass-
ing game did the "Lions, have the advantage of the Sandstorm. A forward pass
resulted in their score. To name the stars of this game would be impossible for
the hoys worked as a unit.
A. H. S. 0 Vernon 14
ln the last meeting of these two teams played on the Vernon field they won bv
two touchdowns. At the last minute Vaught, Amarillo, was declared ineligible by
a wire from Austin. 'llhen Nicklaus, without previous practice at this position, was
called upon to play quarterback. Vaught was one of the best ground gaincrs on the
squad not to mention the fact that he was also the kicker For two quarters the
game went. Poor kicking lost the Sandstorm ground on every exchange of punts.
It seemed to the Sandstorm boosters who witnessed that every time the Sandies
would get started o a score they were penalized. Notwithstanding these facts the
Amarillo boys kept fighting and several times during the game it looked as if their
fight was going to pull, them out of the hole. Everyone was agreed that with Vaught
at quarterback and Nicklaus back at half Amarillo would have won easily. All we
have to say is for Vernon to look out next year for we are after their goat and we
mean to have it.
A. H. S. 8 Wichita Falls 0
For the last game of the season the Sandies played the Wichita Falls Coyotes.
The game was not close as the score would indicate for the Wichita Falls entry
never threatened to score. A brilliant seventy yard run by Herrington featured
this rather slow game. Throughout the game there was quite a bit of wrangling.
It seemed as though the Wichita Falls team thought that it was a debating con-
test With the referee. However at times the game was exceedingly interesting be-
cause of flashy work on the part of some of the players. Preceding the game a cov-
ote was turned loose onthe field and wolf hounds were allowed to kill him. This
was very near as unequal as the football contest that followed it. Among the men
who played their last game for Amarillo were: Goodwin, Elkins, McLellan, Threat
Lawler, Nicklaus. Sharp, Vaught, McQueen, Whittington, Sellars and Works.
i is ifL'g4lAlirosa, i 1925 so
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CHARLES C-ooowm-No. I
Weight ISO, Heighth 6'l.
Among the newcomers to the team this
year was "Korn" Goodwin. He was a
wonderg always fighting and hawking th?
ball. "Kew" made more tackles than any
one on the team and he was never seen
on the bottom of a scramble for he was
always on the top. He won't be back next
year as he has gone to Bucknell University
and will there, no doubt, make a name
EARL EI-KINS-NO. I2, Captain
Weight l75, Heighth 5'8.
Four years ago Earl came out for
foot ball a mere lad and very undeveloped
But he had the fight and fear was not
known. He was one of the best lines-
man that ever left Amarillo High.
"Tige" leaves us this year. We hope
that he will continue his education in
some good college.
BERNARD Vftuonr-No. I0
Weight I45, Heighth 57.
Bernie was not very big in size, but
a lion in heart, a Crusader in spirit, and
dynamite in a uniform. It took "Bernie"
to hold a team together. We are all sure
that if he had been in the second Vernon
game the result would have been differ-
ent. Here is one member whose place
will be very hard to fill next year.
EQLMLR HEltltlNGTON--N0 I8
Weight l70, Heighth 6'.
"Elmo" was both backfield man and
end this year. At both places he showed
he had ability. On end his work was
steady on both the offense and defense
while in the backfield he was prone to
make seventy yard runs. We hope that
he will return next year.
Oscmz jAcoBsoN--No. I6
Weiglit l75, Heighth 6'.
"Jake" came from Roswell to Ama-
rillo and became a star in one season.
He was fast and an excellent line plunger.
Oscar was elected to lead our team next
year, but he has now made his home in
Roswell again. We are sincere in the
belief that he was one of the best men
who ever wore the Gold and Black.
Kumar WALLS-NO. I7
Heighth 6', Weight I75.
Kirby finished his second year in the
best of style. "Wahl" was a steady
player and one that could always be de-
pended on. He leaves us this year and his
position is one that will be hard to fill.
Bos MCQUEEN-No. 7
Heighth ff. Weight IBO.
Bo finished his third and final year
of high school football with an excellent
record. It was with satisfaction that the
fans waiched "Bo" placelciclc, Bob was
steady but a little inclined to be lazy.
He should make some college a good
EARL SrocicToN-Na. 20
Heighth 6'4, Weight l70
"Strip" made his first letter in foot
ball this year. He was not expected to
letter this year but he did so well that it
couldn't be any other way. He will un-
doubtedly hold one of the tackle positions
next year. It can not be said in which
game "Strip" made his best showing for
he was in there with his head braced
against the ground and doing his best
joi-iN OLIN Dowuziz-No. I4
Xweight 200, Heighth 6'l, Captain-
Mono with his 200 pounds played his
first year of football in Amarillo. He
didn't lcnow much about the game but he
learned fast, hence his value. Dowler
has earned the honor of being captain
and we hope him every success.
RAYMOND WH1'rTiNcToN-No. 2
Weight l60, Heighth 5'l0
"Set" leaves us this year just when
he is getting good. His passing was his
main feature and he showed that he was
a baclrfield man of no mean ability in
the Vernon game. Good luclr to you
Page Seventy Nine
Weight l45, Heighth 57
john was as fast as greased lightn-
ing. John also held the honor of being
one of the best tacklers on the squad. He
made his best showing in the Pampa
game. This is john's last year and his
position will be a hard one to fill next
HERBERT MILLER'-'A70. 3
Weight l60, Heighth 6'.
This was Herv's first year as a regu-
lar but no one would ever know by the
way he played. He was fast and could
club clown the interference easily and moat
of the time clown the runner. Herbert
will be back next year.
A. B. HAYS-Coach
Mr. Hays in his first year in Ama-
rillo showed that he knew foot ball and
that his teams would always loe above
dirty work. VVith very little tried ma-
terial he developed one of the best teams
that ever represented Amarillo High
School. May he continue the good work
TED N1cKLAus-No. I3
Weight I60, Heighth 5'8.
Too much cannot be said for Ted.
He was the whirlwind that made the Sand-
storm rage. It was real scenery to see
"Theo" tote that foot ball down the field.
Ted was called on many times during the
season to fill different positions and he
always acquitted himself nobly. It is with
regret that the students of Amarillo High
see Ted leave this year.
LEONARD SHARP-NO. I5
Weight 155, Heighth 5'9.
Leonard was the man of all positions
on the Sandstorm. Leonard leaves high
school with a good athletic record and
with the respect of all of the students.
Leonard will make some college a good
man next year.
Rov Tr-:naar-Na. 24
Weight l75, Heighth 6'.
Roy was a new player in school this
year but he made good from the start.
He was big, and lazy off the field but in
the games he could always be depended
upon. He made his best showing in the
Vernon and Wichita Falls games. Roy
leaves us in mid-term and we are all
sorry that he won't return next year.
FOUNTAIN VVomcs-No. 8
Weight l55, Heighth 6'.
Works worked hard for his letter
and we are all surely glad to see him get
it because he deserved it. Fountain was
a good defensive player and flashy on the
offense. He made his best showings in
the Clovis and Wichita Falls games. He
leaves this year and his position will be
a hard one to fill next year.
ROBERT PUCKETT-No. 7
Weight 160, Heighth 5'lI.
"Divin" was an excellent man. He
could always be depended upon to do his
best. Bob is strong and a willing worlcer
so he fits in with Mr. Hays methods
exactly. He will be back next year and
should he stronger than ever
IAMES SELLARS-NO. Il
Vveight 160, Heighth 6'.
"Tangle" played good, smart foot
ball in his first year as a regular. He was
aggressive, and could use his hands. He
was one of the best receivers of a pass
on the club. james does not know
whether or not he will he back next year
but if he does Mr. Hays will have a po-
sition awaiting him.
Smoker: MCLELLAN-No. 21
Weight l55, Heighth 6'.
That fighting jug! He was a box
full of pepper. He never did give up
fighting but always played a good, clean
game. It is too bad that George has to
graduate for he will be missed on next
year's club. "Granny" was also one gf
the best lilced men on the squad.
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The Sandies Basket Ball team, in spite of everylconceivable malady, finished
the season with a percentage of .461. The "Nat" court was the only court in Ama-
rillo that was available for practice. p
The pre-season prospects were the best ever, but owing to injuries, siclmess and
quitting of school the squad was draixiied, and depleted. At no time dnring the
Du to the fact that our high school has no gymnasium, the coach hail teistdrtlont
and develop his own reserve material for this year's team. p , i
We can but live and hope for better things next year. i
The number of points scored by all men wearing the Gold and this
year are: '
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CURTIS-Forward and Cuard
When not injured "Bud" was in
there giving his best for his team. Though
being the smallest man on the squad he
was a valuable man at either forward or
Bassnrffornrard and Guard
"Clell" did not report until late, but
developed fast. With more experience we
expect him to develop into a valuable
man. He has another year in school.
"jug's" fighting face could strike ter-
ror in the heart of the fiercest opponent.
By sheer fight and determination "Gran-
ny" made herself indispensable to the
team. Graduation will take him this year.
' Macon after a late start due to sick-
ness developed into an excellent guard.
With this year's experience we are expect-
ing him to hold his man well next year
and to also aid in the scoring as well.
Pasze Eighty- Seven
"Nell" has played his allotted four
years with us and will graduate this year.
Early in the season he was a sure high
point man, but was later handicapped by
injuries. He will he missed next year.
We hope "Elmo" will be baclr with
us next season as he has become one of
the best standing guards in this section.
He has made an excellent captain.
H. G. WILSON-C0dCh
lVlr. Wilson started out with pros-
pects for a winning team this year, Sick-
ness and injuries soon cut his squad down
to a few men so that he had to malce
constant changes in his lineup. We ex-
pect better things next year.
"Strip" is the longest thing in the
high schools of the Panhandle. Toward
the last of the season he showed excellent
form. We are glad that he has several
seasons with us yet.
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Front row: Allen and Mellulleugli, prespeets.
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it three times in tlie last leur years. 'l'lu- less ot sueli men as Bennett and Tadlocli I
were keenlv felt tlie lfirst of the vearg yet with eight letter men back and at Wealth 4
ol' new material repm'tin,Q. the siluad lias developed into a formidable team.
'l'lie first meet el' tlie season was a triangle meet at Ulaude. The score of the
nieet was Amarillo-80, Claude-36, and Clarendon-333. McQueen and Herring-
ton were tied lfor liigli point man wiili lil points. Net bein,f1 able te get any meet
the next week-exnl. the euaeli divided the squad into two teams: Blacks and Orange. 1
'l'lie lllaelis eaptained by Allred Fields barely nosed out the Orange eaptained by '
liliner Herrington. Next came tlie Abernatlrv Inter-County Meet. Our teain
l3l'01lQIlll the large Class A eup searing 13716 points tu SUM for Lubbock, the closest N
competitor. it '
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We are expecting several of our nien ln score at the State Meet en May 7, 8, and 9.
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220 yard low hurdles, broad jump, discus LN
throw, and lap three on the relay. The U r'
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Captain "Bidda" runs the half mile and I .
lap four on the relay. He is also a good I A'
mile runner. Graduation takes him this ,N '
year. 4 I:
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"Brick" enters the 120 yard high hurdles,
220 yard low hurdles, shot put, and discus " Wg
throw. He graduates this year. ' "'
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"Strip" out for first time, enters l20 yard
high hurdles, high jump, and javelin
throw. He will be back next year.
Alfred competes in the I00 yard dash,
220 yard low hurdles, javelin throw, and
lap two on the relay. He has two more
years with us.
Bob enters the pole vault and shot put.
He is a senior this year.
"Cricket" runs the S80 yard run. He is a
senior this year.
H. G. WrLsoN
This is "Coach's" fifth year with the
team. He has won the district meet three
out of the last four years. We look for
first place again this year.
Left to right: Charles Green, Norman Hopkins, Earl Bishop, Thomas
Thompson, and Harold Taylor.
Last year our doubles team cmnposecl of Thompson and Huff were runners up
in the District Meet at Canyon. 'l'homas 'l'hompson, the only old man back, is
captain and will enter the singles contest at the meet this year. Out of twelve men
contesting Lane McAfee and Earl Bishop have qualified as our doubles team in the
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When the first call. for base ball candidates was issued it was not known wheth
er or not Amarillo would have a good team There were nine letter men from last
year s team reporting and from these men Bernie Vaught was elected captain The
letter men were Vaught Mel ellan, Oakes Franks, Baiid Nicklaus Stockton Bas?
sett and Curtis.
The first games of the yeal were played with the Canyon Normal and resulted
in victories for that good old Sandstorm The hormalites were not able to cope
with the batting of the high team Ilhis game was played to give both coaches a
line up on their material humerous changes were made after this game and as
it was seen later they were for the good In this short resume We will not att mpli
to show the result of every game played but in this first game the men secured the
position they were to play later in the year
Among the teams met and defeated by the Sandstorm this year are Canyon
Normal, Canyon High School, Shamrock Clarendon College, and Wayland College
Among those teams met but not defeated was the St Louis Cardinals who managed
to quell the Sandies to the tune of 23 to 0. The team that played the big leaguers
was composed of high schaal players and players who had formerly played with the
At the time this book goes to press the winning percentage of the Sandies is
high having won 6 and lost 1. '
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has been one of our leading pitchers and
he has made a record for himself that has
not been attained by high school players-
Wherever Ted may choose to continue
his education we wish him as much success
as he has had in A. H. S.
JAMES Oslcas-Third Base
"Tate" has proven to the fans and to
Mr. Hays that he is plenty of man to hold
down the "hot comer" on any base hall
diamond. He is fast in fielding his posi-
tion and is fast on the bases. james will
be back next year and we all lmow that
he will continue his good playing.
C-soncs MCLELLANQSECOHJ Base
"Granny". He was awkward but he
proved to he one of the best players on
the club this year. Granny surely has
made a name for himself in the high
school life and it is with regret that he
leaves us this year.
'TEEL Cum-is-Tlnird Base
"Lamb" has made a good name for
himself in our high school baseball this
year. Bud made several nice catches in
the Cardinal game that showed the big
boys up. He also proved himself to be
one of the best base runners on the club.
Lamb graduates this year and will be
greatly missed next year.
CARTER Brtssisrr--First Base
Anthony held down first base like a
veteran and showed himself to be a real
ball player. Carter was a hard worker
and a good fighter: he played a good
steady game and could always be de-
pended upon. He has another year in
"Sug" was a new player in Amarillo
this year, but he fell in with the style of
play used here and soon became one of
the most valuable men. With the experi-
ence he has received this year he should
prove invaluable to next year's team.
Bernie was the leader this year and
he proved to be a good one. His size
made him valuable as a leadoff man and
in a pinch he was perhaps the best hitter
on the club. Bernie should make a name
for himself in the baseball world.
"Aub" worlted hard and made a good
fielder. l-le was a bit clumsy but still
he showed good style in his playing.
With the experience he has received on
this year's team he should be one of the
best next year.
jess was inclined to be a little lazy
in practice but he always hustled in the
games. He was also one of the best hit-
ters on the club. jess will probably not
be back next year and his position will
be a hard one to fill.
"Moen" was the biggest man on the
club. W'hen his two hundred pounds of
brawn connected with the ball it usually
went for a base hit. Olin could always
be depended on to cover the ground in
the outfield. He will be bacl: with
next year's team.
'iRed" played nice base hall in the
outfield ihis year. He could always be
depended upon to deliver at hat and he
was always sure to catch any ball that
came his way. Ellsworth has another
year with us.
"Tige" was the surprise of the season.
He had always shown ability at pitching
but never until this year was he able to
control his hook. It is with regret that we
see Earl leave school as he is one of our
"Strip" was that elongated hurler
with so much steam and stuff. He was
a steady worker at all times. Stockton
has greatly improved in his batting and
also in fielding his position this year.
This is Earl's second year and he will
he hack next year.
A. B. HAYS-Coach
This is M-r. Hays' first year as
base ball coach in Amarillo. He has
proven to the fans that he lmows the game
and that his clubs will always he fighters.
He has got good material and his teams
should win many games this year.
At once a private English tutor.
Must apply in person. See-Raymond
Pupils to teach aesthetic dancing-
Apply to Flora McGee.
A "Kew", If found please notify-
Miss Mildred Flanders.
Lost! A Campbell--Lon Sharp.
Overflowin tank of knowledge-See
Private secretary who must have a
thorough knowledge of English, Chem-
istry, and History. Will let you work
for me cheap. Apply to Marvin Twad-
Reducing records. Must be accom-
panied by guarantee.- Johnnie Lou
The little song entitled-"Powell
A WANTED AT ONCE!
Senior Diploma. Will pay as much
as 98c.-Bernie Vaught.
WANTED TO BUY
Rubber heels for womens shoes-
See Kitty Crump.
Latest edition of 'Graham'sFairey
Tales-Notify Bob Browne.
Will Buy a Latin "Pony" that can
be ridden by child. Address all com-
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Wanted: to get in touch with a
school where no studying is required.-
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN!
Chemistry stay in list for fifth peri-
od. -Notify-Miss Bertie Warren if
My latest book on how to grow tall.
Its a bargain-Earl Stockton. '
I wonder what's become of Sally?
If anyone has knowledge of her where-
abouts please notify nll radio broad-
casting stations so they will stop look-
ing for her.-Radio Phan.
FOR SALE! '
My new book on how to get by with
playing hooky-Ercel Blackburn.
All kinds of hard wood. Just re-
moved from my upperstory. See-
To know why. Ettalie Quisenberry
is taking "Home Management ?"
F012 SALE! it ' '
Any amount of silliness-See "Red',
For immediate use old hickory limbs
and leather straps-Chas. M. Rogers.
Alger books for the High School li-
regovered, lJ1'B.I'y.-NESS GOTB, AVGTY.
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300-302 E. 10th St. Phone 391
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Mr4 Vaughn: Mary jane, do you think you know what work is?
Mary jane: fStretching and opening one eyej Everything is work.
Mr. Vaughn: fNot iratej Do you mean to tell me that this table il
Mary Jane: Cclosing eye and resuming former attitudel Sure, woodf
Once there was a little girl who was as pure. as the morning dew. She
lad never read "Flaming Youth" and didn't know Percy Marks from Jeanne 4
cl'Arc. She had never seen a problem play and wasn't in love with Rudolph
Valentino. She died, poor girl, aged three.
George McLellan: Rube, I answered a question in class today!
Rube Waddell: What answer did you give?
George McLellan: Present.
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The Fair Theatre
,Home of the First National Pictures
Watch for 'The Lost Wind"
The Greatest Picture Ever Produced
Orchestra Music Organ
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H. A. Nobles, President M. C. Nobles, Vice-President
A. G. Stanley, Secretary and Treasurer
Nobles Brothers Grocer Company
Main House-Amarillo, Texas Branch at-Plainyiew, Texas
Victrolas and Victor Records
Spencer-Nunn Electric Company
417 Polk Street Phone 79
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Mrs Quicksall fl..ooking at a theme handed in by Ch
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What's this, Charles? "
Charles McAfee: "Why that is my theme."
Mrs. Q.: "Oh, l was just wondering."
Flora Exum: Gee, l wish Columbus had of been a Spaniard
Aileen C.: Why?
Flora: That is what l said on my test.
Gilmore: Con the porchj Will you marry me, Josephine?
Josephine: The man l marry must have either brains, good looks or
ots of money.
Gilmore: Well then I'm your man. l have one of your qualifications-
josephine: Oh really. I didn't know you were worth any money
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i f drug your brain, make you wild and quite insane.---exams.
V At first you study and cram and bone, think you know all to be known,
' then flunk the course and weakly groan-exams! D
You cannot sleep, you cannot eat, your waking hours are filled with
dread, your cheeks grow pale, your heart nigh stops all for some stuffing in
Some day in paradise, perhaps, where all are smart, and handsome too--
where the owl grows by a long hung tree to be plucked off by me and you.
and no exams. Where "zoo" is easy, and "Trigg" is a snap and History
doesn't need a map.
Think how divine it all will be. But this is a fairy. tale you see.-Exams.
Hilda Braudt: What a pity it is that handsome men are always conceited.
Elmer Smith: Not always, little girl. l am not.
She: You had better be gone, dawn is breaking.
lnebriated: Where shish Don? l'll ssh 'ock' is jaw.
r Amarillo Greenhouse
X P. H. Buthker Prop.
605 Taylor Street
Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association
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Oclorless Cleaning and Pressing-One Day Service
E. L. SMITH
Phone 1949 114 East Sth.
I pawnecl my coat to pay a betg that's economics.
I sold the thing to pay a bill: that's history.
I wish I had it back nowg it's colclg that's philosophy.
But how to get it back again: ah, there's the mystery.
Our motto is "Be Courteous and Helpful to our Customers"
All kinds of sporting goods
Everything for -the I-Iousewife's Kitchen and the Gardnefs Garden
Phone 306 502 Polk Sf
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james S. "I wish it would rain, I want to spend this dime",
Bud C. "Why must it rain for you to spend that dime?"
James S. "Stupid, I am saving it for a rainy day."
Two' boys going clown the street see a small hull dog and say "Hello
you ugly looking mut."
A prominent business man then, glances up and says, "Hello boys."
We wonder if he thought they were talking to him?"
Tass R. "IVIiss Warren, coulcl you tell me in round numbers what
I made in that test?"
Miss Warren: "Yes, zero."
R. B. Parkinson: "Did you see that girl pass by?"
R. I... Allston: No, fu?
R. B.: No, Irish!
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I C. E. KING 1
I Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes
I Ladies and Gent's Furnishing
i Phone 2004
I Corner 4th and Taylor Popular Price Store
I Amarillo, Texas I
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I ANYTHING INSURED AGAINST EVERYTHING I
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8th 8: Polk l
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Tolzien Music Store
"Everything Musical" I
713 Polk St. Phone 2195
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College girl to Stude: "Do you care for horses?"
Stude: UNot hardly, l wait on the tables."
She was only a postman's daughter, but she knew how to handle the male.
Give a man enough rope and he will smoke himself to death.
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An Investment , l
-ancl their happiness is assured
by the selection of quality lumber
from a concern that has built its repu-
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Burgess Lumber Company
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Amarillo. Texas l
President J. C. Dickie, V. Pres. Sec'y, 8: Treas. i
E.. L. Higinbotham J. C. Paul, V. Pres. Walter B. Allen . if
I E.. Bryant, V. Pres. i Q
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Mary, Winifred, and Eclwina, thre.e former students of the Amarillo High A Q
I School. They all made good grades in their studies and were popular l 1 lj
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l All of them are in college today. l
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"Zees American football game ees well named." i
"Bea it so?" i
"Oni, First ze team keeks, zen ze umpire keeks, zen ze whole crowd keek. YW
A whispered sigh, a book, some ink a hardboiled teacher-study hall.
Gene Sanders: "A,lasl l am afraid that I have'nt written anything that i fl
will live." x V,
Aline Lively: "Cheer upl Be thankful you are alive in spite of what
you have written." 5"
Prof. O'lVlalley: Cin Physicsl "How would you tell the heighth of a
tower by means of a barometer?"
Addis Charless: fstill in Physical "l'd lower the barometer from the
tower and then measure the rope." i ,
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, Wllson W. Ballew Garage 1 ,,..
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i Phone 734 Third and Tyler S i ' iii.
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Phone 2929 712 Polk '
Irate Doctor Chaving been awakened at 3 a. m.J "Well?" "No, damn
Officer, if I stay on this street will it take me to the Library?"
'iYis, mum, but you will have to kape on moving."
Mrs. Short: My daughter tells me that you are a church member. what
church do you belong to?
Suitor: Why-er-the'-Name some of them over.
"ls your father at home, little boy?"
"No, he ain't been home since ma caught Santy kissing the cook."
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l Leather and Luggage
L Gold Lettering
Everything repaired '
608 Taylor St. Phone 194
L t Cal Farley Trre Shop
r Phone 565
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Dutch B. "l am looking for somebody to lend me ten dollars
Wesley M. "Well, it is a nice clay for it."
"Does my question puzzle you?" inquired the professor of the dazed
"No sir, the question is perfectly clear, it is the answer that is puzzling
-J, Kirby Walls: Why do you stare at me like that?
J.. Louise F. Papa says that you are a self-made man.
Kirby W.: Well, why stare?
ll Louise F.: l was just wondering why you made yourself like that.
Ladies and Misses
Ready to Wear and Millinery
f 705 Polk street
i Amarillo, :-: : Texas
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Page One Hundred Seventeen
The exchange of photographs at graduation time has rightly become
a universal custom, because it provides a graceful way of acknowledg-
"' ln order that those who expect your photograph may not be dis-
' appointed, phone your photographer now.
Gray Photo Shop
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Virginia Griggs: What makes you think that you will not get a goo
grade in Math?
Mary W. Nobles: Oh, l handed in an anonymous examination paper.
Elizabeth C.: R. L. what purpose does the bridge on a violin serve?
R.- L. Allston: ln my case, to get the music across.
Moco: Say, Ted, you can't smoke in this building,
' Ted: I ain't smoking.
Moco: Well, you got your pipe in your mouth
Ted: Yes and you have got your pants on but but you ain't panting.
"Kow": don't see any park here.
Mildred: That is simple. There isn't any.
"Kow": Then why does that sign say, 'Park l-lere'?
s Amarillo Gas Company
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Phone 179 810 Polk St.
Lmdsay Dlllg Company P it
501 Polk St.--Phone 456 '
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Katherine P. "Wanda, why is a giraff's neck so long?" X
I Wanda Cates. "Because its head is so long from his body." i
5 FAMoUs Domxs '
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l -, mi, fa, sol, la etc. ls my Juanita. l
l l-lunky4- She is so sweet
i Dumb I Juan-ita.
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Q Amarillo Second Hand Company
l New Furniture Second Hand Furniture
409-4l I Taylor "WATCH OUR TRUCKS" 403 Taylor
Phone zoso Phone. 532
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Amarillo Real Estate Board l
The object of the Board is to establish and standardize the business ,E
of REAL ESTATE. BROKERAGE, so that it shall obtain and hold the ,Q
confidence and respect of both owners and purchasersg to maintain the H
dignity and responsibility of its members in their duty to the. public: to U
institute rules for uniform commissions, customs and practices so far as "
they may be reasonableg to cultivate and enforce fair dealing foster good ll
fellowship among its members in their business of buying, selling, renting "
and managing Real Estate and loaning thereong to provide an organized H
ecnter of effort for adequate and economic civic development to procure 1,
just and e.ven taxationg to promote such a system of law and administra- ,E
tion as shall protect our citizens, encourage industry, and attract the de- M
sirable population to which our condition entitles usg to especially guard I
and advance the interests of real estate ownership: and to devise, ad-
vocate, and support legislation calculated to improve our city and country. "
T, M. BRUNER, President c. P. Arwoon, sec'y.-rfeas.
Board of Directors: q
G. C. Odom l
J. R. Gaut
J. L. Summers
T. J. Wagner ll
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Encouragement of every worthy enterprise in our community and H
especially of its advanced and well managed schools, is one of the es- H
tablished principles of the bank. H
Interest bearing Savings Accounts of faculty and children are so- ll
licited and will be given every consideration and service.
American State Bank .
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They are not necessarily rising young men because they wear balloon
Marvin Twaddell Murrell Neely
Paul Stanley Franklin Ewing
Shelton Gibbons Hugh Donnell
We know a girl who s so dumb she thinks a baseball fan IS a cooling
device? ? ?
"I know my eggs ' said the hen as the scratched the China eggs out of
. her nest
The ball of today is the brawl of yesterday.
One should always think before drinking-you can t think afterwards
' They say that beauty is only skin deep. But who wants to skin a pretty
When she promises to be a sister to you you had better watch out
A man s first attempt to hol da girl pn his knee might be called a trial
l We know a man who is so stingy that he talks through his nose to save
k his false teeth.
Some of the boys are so dumb that they think Mae Marsh is a swamp
l Others think wall flowers are decorations on the wall.
H. B. V. Take june Austen for instance-
, F. Fields You take her I have a girl.
Mildred Wilson' See that He s the most popular teac'her in H. S.
. Sybil M. ' Why?
i Mildred W.: His shoes squeak.
e Elizabeth B.: ohn how do you study when Eugene is typewriting?"
i John Lawler. That s easy I read a chapter between clicks."
ack Fuqua: This match won t strike anymore.
ack It went on a strike
Miss Humphrey What comes in your mind when l speak of production?
Earl Elkins Dictionary.
' ' Carroll' Smoking hey?
Edd: No Camels.
J Stanley' Where did you get that black eye-been fighting?
Charles Nah a butterfly bit me
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Our Best Ads are Never Written
People Wear Them
Panhandle Steam Laundry
"The Biggest and Best"
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"Mary said she got in a terrible bustle down town today."
"My what an old-fashioned girl she is."
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Flnlclea Electric Companv 3
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She: "Would you kiss me if l told you not to?"
He: nl sure would."
"Oh goody! Then l can mind mama."
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"You clon't have to wait" I
Suitor: A man shoulcln't bother a woman by talking business
Maurine: That's right, dear. If you mean business go talk to papa
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I E The facilities of the Traffic Department are at the disposal of its
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7 L I helpful suggestions are most cordially invited.
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i 't F. A. ual-:MAN
lr Vice-President and General Manager
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Fruits, Ca-ndies, Cigars
"Snow White Pop Corn"
Phone 322 706W Polk
' Henry Vlll: Olin, what is your favorite spring sport.
Olin D.: Track. What is yours?
Henry: Porch swinging.
Miss McGee: Glaclney, spell Professor.
Glaclney : Proffessor.
Miss Mc: Leave out one of the f' s.
Gladney: Which one?
Sudden Service Station
Gas, Oils, Tires and Accessories, Mobiloils
Sixth and Tyler Sts. Texan p
Bawl one a little low said ohnny as the baby begun to cry
softly for the first time during the night.
On the Streets-She: Wouldn t you like to help the Old I..3dlCS
He Seems to me the old laclies ought to be able to get home by
When you need a hair cut
Go to the
lmpenal Barber Shop
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YOUNG LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF AMARILLO H. S.
-J Providing Comfortable Homes and Stores in which to live and do l
5 ! business has been my specialty for a long timeg I either rent them or sell
l I them. When you need something in this line come to see me.
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gf i Drugs - Sundries - Toilet items
li L Cigars - Cold Drinks and Candy 1
Q' ii Palo Duro Hotel Bldg. Phone 110
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Judge: Did you or not strike this woman!
1 E. Landlord: No sir, I only remarked that the wall paper in her il
tg apartment bore finger prints.
Al Judge: Two years for knocking her flat. Next case.
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Corner 7th and Taylor
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' Merchandise of Quality at Lowest Consistent Market Prices
Llld Skinflint: Aren't you the boy who shined my shoes last? '
Little Bootblack: Naw, l only been here a year.
l Man: Do you expect to make a mark in this world?
Little German Boy: Who wants a mark?
1 Leonard S. Ardis told me that she worshipped her religion. ,
Ni il Ercel B.: And what did you say. I,
if Leonard S. Nothing. l embraced her religion. Q
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Amarillo s Oldest eweler
618 Polk St Phon 2431
Herbert M Id llke to see some handkerchmefs
Clerk For showing or blowing?
At the ball game, Sybll Milford Ted had the opposmg batters eat
mg out of his han dto day
Mxldred Wllson What was the matter? Was the home plate too dirty?
8 1 Paid on Saving s Accounts
The Amarlllo Bulldlng and Loan Company
512 Taylor Street
Our idea of a sound sleeper is a guy who snores.
See us for the new that is correct
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ADAMS and PARR
The Store of Personal Service
408 Polk St. Phone 881
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Morrow-Thomas Hardware Company
A Scotchman keeps the Sabbath and everything else he can get his hand,
Marvin: Like to go for a little spin, Etheline?
Etheline: What do you think l am-a top?
"ls she a dumbell?
"NOS a Liberty bell.
"What do you mean?"
Not all gold diggers are miners.
"Mick" L. Funny necklace that girl is Wearing.
,lack R. Funny headband too.
Willis l...- Between her headband and necklace she is the funniest thing
l've ever seen.
Cullum Motor Co. lnc.
ll0 W. 5th Sl. Phone 161
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i "Leaders in Fine Clothes"
I Adler Collegian Clothes Florsheim Shoes i
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l Auto Trimming and Fumiture Upholstering
g 612 Tyler St. Phone 520 i
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Minister to head warden: l would like to address the prisoners next
"Sorry sir, that isn't included in their sentence.
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L I20 West Sixth St.-Amarillo, Texas
I Road Service Phone 2920 U
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Q Panhandle Hardware Company 2
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E General Hardware., Queensware and Sporting Goods
1 406 Polk sf. Phone 191 i
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J F. Nl. LEFFORGE 81 CO.
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Catherine C. Hazel, guess what the teacher said about you? i
Hazel B. I haven't the least idea.
Catherine C. So she told you too?
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Everything for Young Men at
405W Polk St. Phone 590
"I can read your mind like a book" said the Prof., "I can tell just what
each of you are thinking."
"Well, why don't you go there then?" drawled a cynic in the rear. n
Mildred F. "Johnnie Lou, l have solved our football system."
Johnnie F. "Well, Mildred, tell me." -
Mildred F. "Why the two halves make a whole and the fullback plunges
"Let me. see," said the young man earnestly. "l've got to go buy some t
flowers and some candy, some theater tickets and some-
y "W'hat's the matter? Doing some mental arithmetic?" i 4
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Everything that is new will always be found at this store priced
far below what you would expect to pay
A visit will be appreciated
l Greer's Department Store
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4 General Auto Supply 1
T Auto Accessories and Shop Equipment i
1 109-111 west Fifth sr. 1
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Miss McGee: "Do you think that you can run this class be.tter than I?"
Kirby Wall: "Yes, ma'am."
Miss McGee: l've a good notion to let you try it."
Kirby Wall: "Yes ma'am. Class dismissed."
THE ABSENT MINDED PROFESSOR
The absent-minded professors are with us again. We are thinking of
the professor who kissed his shoes good-night and put his daughter under the
bed. Also of the one who left his note in his room saying that he would be
back in at one o'clock and on arriving back a half hour ahead of time sat
down and waited for his return.
"I am going to give you a good lacing." said the manager to the football.
mr. SEAL or Pnorscnon
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5 Rain 50,77 8 Sig Bonds
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Z Popular Prices
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Franklin E. "Well, Jimmy, l showed up the teacher again todayfi'
Jimmie Curtis: "Yeh? Put us wise."
Franklin E. "She asked us for l.,incoln's Gettysberg Address, and l told
her he neve.r lived here."
Are you an early riser, Pat?
Yes sir? I'm such an early riser that l'm afreard some time l'll ketch
mesilf gittin' up when l'm going to bed."
"Paw, what is an advertisement?
"An advertisement is the picture of a pretty girl eating, wearing or hold-
ing something that somebody wants to sell."
Elmer H.: l wish l had a microbe to help me with my arithmetic.
Buddy M: What good will a microbe do you?
Elmer: l just read in this paper that they multiply very fast.
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E SHOES-WOMEN'S WEAR
i "Always First To Show the New"
I Mail Orders Promptly Filled E
Q 512 Polk sl. Amarillo, Texas I
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i lt's Clean
i lt's interesting
S lt's well paid
2 lt's a dignified service
Your Associations are Pleasant
Q Promising Promotion.
Q Whenever anyone mentions telephone work, their first thought is
1 of the operators. And this is justly so. There is no more efficient,
loyal and enthusiastic body of young women to be found anywhere.
i Did you ever watch the operators coming from the telephone ex-
change at the end of their day's work? They are a congenial happy
T lot, reflecting the pleasant nature of their work.
We would like to show every girl of Amarillo High School
' through the Amarillo Exchange. The office is at sixth and
Taylor Street and Miss Edna Hickey, Chief Operator will wel-
come you any afternoon from two to five.
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Glenn-Ledlgorgli Electric Co.
Automotive Electrical Equipment
ll9 West 5th St.
Amarillo, Texas Phone 100
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Ray' Parr: fl..ooking at three weeks test questions on hoard, "Mr.
O'Malley, are you going to give. out deficiencies this time?" i
Teacher: Are you an oarsman?
Ross Larsen: No, l'm Swedish.
Bob Brown: I simply adore grapes-crazy about them.
Nancy Teel: l seeg a grape nut.
James O.: And how did you come to fall in the pond?
Paul S: l didn't come to fall in--l came to fish.
Spring in Amarillo is when we say "is he good enough for her?"
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DROP IN FOR YOUR MIDNIGHT LUNCH
We serve the best sandwiches and short orders in town
i SUPERIOR CAFE
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SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
Mr. Mclntosl-n,--- .... Sweet William
Mr. Rogersg--- , .... Golden Rod
Mrs. Taylor .... ..... , ---Sun Flower
Mrs. Warren ..... .... T railing Clematis
Miss Brown .... ........ A maryllis
Mr. Hays ......... ,, ........ As Cterl
Mr. Vaughn ........... Bachelor Button
Miss Klapprotl1-American Beauty Q
Miss Russe.ll--,, ...... Black Eyed Susan
Mrs. Quicksall .......... Morning Glory
Miss l-leadrick ..... ....... , , - - Daisy
Miss Humphrey .... ..... Ea ster Lilly
Mr. Wise ....... - - , ..... Poppy
Mr. Wilson .... , .......... Violet
Miss Warren ..... - - - 4Chrysanthemum
Miss Wesley .,.. ..... S nap Dragon
Miss Worley----- ........ -,,,Pansy
Mr. O'Malley .... , - - J olmny-Jump-Up
Miss Wells ...... ........ B uttercup
Miss Watson - - , - - .... Blue Bonnet
Miss McGee ................ Dandelion
Given to all banking matters entrusted to us.
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED V
The Amarillo National Bank
United States Depository '
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we all A-
I used to love Ruth
But lost the poor kid
l-ler best friend wouldn t tell her
So I went and did
Did your last employer give you a reference?
Yes but nt doesn t seem to be any good
What did he say?
He sand I was one of the best men his firm ever turned out
Mr Mac s nose blowing is no cause for alarm It I8 only an attempt
A visitor in the school halls saw Mr Rogers and Tass Reeder pass by and
each of them had a big boil on his neck A little later the stranger saw Mr
Rogers and asked if boils ran m the family Did he mean that Tass was Mr
Roger s brother?
Paul Stanley is so dumb that he thinks that the Clothing Contest IS held
to see which of the girls can dress the fastest
It as rumored that Mr H B Vaughn will take all of the pxctures for
the next year s La Axrosa
Fountain fin response to invitation to come to Lubbock to Festival
I Washout on lme.
Reply Come anyway Borrow a shirt
I I Cars in which Dependability, Ease and Economy of operation are
511 embodied together with smartness of Appearance and Comfort
W , A thirty minute ride will convince you
7 1 TONEY CHISUM
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' fa .an-asa 1925
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Egg Onerfflundred forty H VVVV NI Q W my-I I
When nme o clock was the tarcly hour
When the Fnsh could be hazed
When there was a hohclav for Washmgton and Lmcoln e birthdays
When there were bng football rallys nn the chapel
When dumbells were thought of as candy
When the girls wore their ha r ln brarcls clown their backs
When Jelly beans were only to eat
Cooper Dewey Why ns a Crow?
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Drew Crossett Caws
515 Polk St Amarillo, Texas
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Flrst Natlonal Bank
SECURITY 8: SERVICE
4th and Polk Since 89
Savings Accounts Sollcxtecl
Employer Do you save your money?
Office Boy Yes sn' but l never lend to nobody
At the High School Pharmacy Al how much will this bottle cost?
Mr. Alphonso l-lnckmont lf you want something in lt, it is free but the
bottle alone will cost you one cent
Puck Sure that s fair just put m a cork.
Ray Parr Catch me Clarence I am dizzy.
Clarence- What is the matter, Parr?
Bully l have been reading a circular letter.
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Panhandle Motor Company
MAXWELL-CHRYSLER AUTOMOBILES i
Complete Stock of Parts h
Phone 141 711 Polk Street
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Whe.n Better Automobiles Are Built
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Meredith Baker reading in English has almost finished his lessonwwhen ' fig '
he came to a word he couldrftwpronounce. Miss' McGee saw this and I
"Banque," said Miss McGee. " ' I
Meredith looked funny and grinned. A If .
"Barque," Miss McGee said ,rather harshly. I ' I
Meredith looked .at her with a queer expression on his face and finally
cried out, "Bow-wow." i WI .
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We Are Interested ln You -'
I Charles Keffer, Pres. R. W. Burke, Sec'y. I
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As near you as your telephone
just what your doctor orders
Phone 740 Phone 2276
Amarillo Hotel Building
Scott Potter says that if he could find somebody that he could whip, he
would whip him every time he got him in a crowd.
Olympic Barber Shop
For High School Boys and Girls
616 Polk St. Phone 307
Gaynelle N. "Mama, our teacher doesn't know much."
Mrs. N.: Why is that Gaynelle?
Gaynelle: She is always asking us questions. '
Miss Avery: How many times must I tell you not to be late to school?
Cladney S.: Seven times, ma'am.
For your graduation and vacation
Dress or Hat
See our smart popular priced lines
607 Polk St. Phone 718
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H ' Lunches N
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N l'l1gh School Pharmacy
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lf 1305 Polk Street Phone zses
. Our idea of the heighth of optimism is the 90-year-old gentleman who
bought a new suit with two pairs of trousers.
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Shampooing - Mrs. Ruth Page Scalp Massage A.
Half emg Balcony White 6: Kirk Manlcure
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S Our Bank ls Your Bank-W r
Everyone here is at your service, we are happy to serve you.
An intelligent progressive bank service awaits you here. There
is at you command our time attention and experience as well
' as good mechanical equipment to give you safety accuracy
. and promptness
Amanllo Bank 81 Trust Company
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1 AMARILLO GLOBE 5
The only Afternoon Newspaper in the Panhandle carrying
l FULL LEASE WIRE
"The Newspaper With a Smile"
I Our Aim ls To Grow With The Panhandle 3
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He: Say something soft and sweet to me, dearest.
She: Custard pie.
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Let us make your estimate on Building Material
None too large. or too small
i Panhandle Lumber Company i
Phones 70 and 470
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Bob Teed: Cat Canadianl Strip, l am afraid the bed is not long enough
Earl Stockton: That is all right. l will add two more feet to it when
I get in.
1 Star News Stand I
g For latest magazines, papers, fresh cigars, and candies l
T 513 Polk Street
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Alexander: You aint so awful collegiate, Sam.
Sambo: De l-lell l ain't niggah.
Alexander: Well, now, maybe you is.
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You, Too, Should Have a Edwards Portrait
Point blank!-You owe it to your friends
and family to present your photograps.-A
Scores are now having Edwards make H
them a new portrait, a still finer portrait. You,
too, should have one.
See the Edwards displays, see the
Make it a habit of achievements Edwards has scored in photo-
Stopping fo see Ed' graphyl-and You'll make an appointment
wards display cases' with Edwards today.
The portrait displays
change each week.
EDWARDS STUDIO '
sosy, Polk sr. Phone 710
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MY PHYSICS PROF.
Asked me the
Other day to A
An object thrown
Into the air
Back to earth?
I said that
l guessed for
The same reason.
And brick works. -
I-Ie then said
You left out
So you must
Repeat the course.
Fish: I would like to get a week end pass.
Dean: What's the matter this time? Did your grandmother die again?
Fish: No sir, I have a blind brother who has just regained his sight and -
he says that he wants to see me. '
The Gong Telepole Company states that there were l9,735.8 wood'-
pecker bills worn out during the fiscal year l924.
Royce T.: l want reform, l want labor reform, l want-
Harold T.: Chloroform.
A rolling stone gathers no moss, but, it oftimes gathers in the pot.
He: Every man.has his price.
She: Yes, and every woman her figure.
Women may be a puzzle but few men are willing to give them up.
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Look forward to owmng your HOME. ln the
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J L SUMMERS
She Do you think a girl should learn to love before twenty?
H No too large an audience
He who laughs last laughs best
Yes and he who laughs flrst sees the pomt
Voice from gutter Offxsherl Offxsher lve lost my wayl call a cop
Dea W Caldwell
EXldC Battery Statlon
We Servlce All Make Batterxes
104 E 9th Sheet Phone 276
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mary to put in an appreciation to those who have
been so generous with their time and effort to make
this book a success. The difficulties that are to be
encountered are not always foreseen at the beginning
of the year and when, therefore, there is need for
extra work and each member of the Staff is donig
all he can, someone is always gracious enough to fill
in and do this work. It is to these people we give
our sincere thanks. '
We believe that our book is truly representa-
tive of A. I-'L S.: at any rate it was our purpose to
make it so, and if this has been accomplished we are
satisfied. 'Let us hope that in the years to come we
will run through the pages of this book and have
those! memories that are so dear to our heart brought
back to us again.
MARVIN TWADDELL-Business Manager
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L-ET us all work together. Franklin Ewing
A-nd what can I do? Eleanor Gist.
A-nnuals are the spice of school life. Marvin Twaddell.
l-n what section will that come? Nancy Teel.
R-un that guy out of this office. Kitty Crump.
O-ur staff is punk. The School.
S-end that material to the publishers. Miss Quicksall.
A-m l supposed to write up track too? James Sellars
S-hould the border be black? Elizabeth Pavillard.
T-he La Airosa is worth reading, try it. james Curtis.
A-nd make it snappy. Teel Curtis
F-ew realize my importance here. Mary Nobles.
F-riends, l sincerely hope that you will enjoy La Airosa. Staff
LATEST MUSICAL HITS
Choral Club's Favorite-Agatha Andre ain't what she used to be, she's
Mrs. Wyatt now.
Fritz Fields in "Carry me back to Ole Virginnyf'
Bob Teed in l love me, l'm wild about myself.
,lack Brown in "I wonder what's become of Margaret."
Ralph Strader in "Bring back my Calle to me."
The trio composed of Higinbotham, Nobles, and McLellan in "The
Wreck of the Old '97."
Sleepy Short in "Too Tired."
Bud Curtis in "There'll be a hot time when I get home tonite."
Kitty Crump in "Kitten on the keys."
james Oakes in "You can't fool an old horse fly."
Ina M. Hopkins in "Flapper Wife." .
Olin Dowler in "Where's my sweetie hiding?"
Geraldine Kretchmar in "All Alone."
Hugh Donnell in The Shiekf'
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The Best Looking Fellow ............... A .,-.... Alvin Atkins ,
The Best Looking Girl .... ...... - .... C armena Johnson
The Best Athlete .................. ......... B ull Parr V
The Person.With the Funniest Walk .... .... P owell Coombs
The Most Hurnan Looking Fellow .... ...... T om Seay A
Girl Who Would Make the Best Wife--- ----- Marion Atkins l
Skinniest Fellow-.:--- --.-. -----------------.-. K im Harty
The Most Scandalous Couple, Carter Bassett and Christine Arnot
The Girl Who Has the Highest Ambition ----.--- Jean Sanders
The Most Distinguished Lady -.----.-.--..--- Catherine Shaw
The Most Distinguished Man ---- Ti -------- Charles McAfee
The Best Hunter CMilkl ---- ---- ----- Clarence Percy Warren
The Married Man -.---- -.------ F orrest Gruner
The Date Maker ----- ----- R uhe Waddell
The High School Flirt---- --.-- Herbert Miller
The Date Breaker--..-- ---- Mary E.. Hopkins
The I-oudest Talker-- ---- Mildred Flanders
The Swiftest Walker - ------ Jewel Ballard
The Best Musician -..--- ..-- C harles Green
The High School Flapper-- ---.- l-ouise Davis
The Shyest Boy-h -------------- ------ C arrol Gregg
The Best in the League U-Know ---- .-.. G eorge McLellan
The Shyest Girl -.------------ ---- M ary Nobles
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E la Roy Williams couldn't make the drag once a day.
2 Bob Browne didn't walk down the corridor with Nancy Teel.
1 Miss Brown losing her temper.
4 ,i Ernestine Smith failing.
fl lVlr. C. CilVlalley was conceited.
Tige Elkins was the typical jellybean.
il l Ercel Blackburn started to graduate.
i fl Tangle Sellars made up his mind to play hookey.
h i Tate Oakes made up his mind to go wit hhim.
+ This is funny.
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Wf' Brick: Because four out of every five have one.
ll Experts believe now that every joke form of the Listerine bromide has
9 been used now.
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I Senior: Do you know Nora Bayes?
Junior: Naw, does she?
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"Amarillo's Distinctive Theatre"
313 Polk M I 0 N Phone 997
Exclusive Home in Amarillo of Paramount Pictures
Continuous Shows Daily l to ll P. M.
PIPE ORGAN MUSIC
"lf lt's Pictures You Want To See-ALWAY S VISIT THE MISSION"
We are always glad to work with and co-operate with the
Amarillo Schools-Just call on us.
ROSS D. ROGERS, Mgr.
"Amarillo's Family Theatre"
412 'roylof ETHPEATQE D I Phone 1473
Vaudeville-Musical Comedy-Feature Motion Pictures
i "The Biggest Show In Town Of lt's Kind"
"lf it's Vaucleville or Musical Shows that you want to see
ALWAYS VISIT THE DEANDF'
PIPE ORGAN and ORCHESTRA .
The Deancli Offers a Clean Type of Entertainment for Those
Who Want Something Other Than Pictures
ROSS D. ROGERS, Mgr.
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I 707 Polk Street
'X I Gif-ts for boys and girls, High School Class Pictures, Moulding,
A I Framing, Hand Painted China, Cards and Favors for Luncheons. Ori-
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Wife: Our new maid certainly has sharp ears.
Hubby: Yes, l noticed the doors are all scratched up around the key
She: "ln winter where do all the bugs go?"
P He: "You can search me."
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All the barbers m Amarillo dislike Mr Hays because when they asked
him for his busmess he BALD them out
M Cheatum has been confined to his bed all week One of his
clerks sold a Venus pencil for a nickle
We must all be careful to not make fun of the drinks served at the con
fectloneries on the campus We are going to be old and weak ourselves
A fashion expert says that the white shirt is coming back Wonder if
he is talking about any of the Amarillo laundrys.
Don t everbe in too big a hurry. Mr Mclntosh says that all of those
letters are tacked on his name to show t-hat he got there by degrees.
Addis Charless says that the high cost of living has not got him yet. Hs
says that he can feel as cheap as ever.
Dick Green laments the fact that when he goes to class he has to meet
all the professors again.
Tom Ponce says that it is true that "All that glitters is not gold," but it
clinks just as loud when you drop it in the collection box.
Elmer Herrington says that he knows the early bird gets the worm but
who wants to get up early for a worm?
"A friend in need is a friend indeed," but especially so if he is in need
of a large amount.
"Time is money," but don't go to Kerr's if you haven't but a few minutes
3 to spend.
1 "A bird in hand is worth two in the bush," provided he is of any value
' A buzzard is worth more in the bush.
- A John Lawler took a test in Physics on "heavenly figures," and made. a
' hundred. John drew thirty-six "figures"
Z Don't you tell 'em, Fire Dept.-your hose are rolled too.
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No more you hear the bleachers roar your praise
No strain of Sandstorm floats across the way
To drive you fighting down the chalk marked sod
New stars will come where your sparkled feet hav tro d
And hear the maddened throng cheer another name
For this the transit story of the game
But there are pages where your record stands
Beyond the hour glass and the falling sand
Your deeds for A H. S.-your triumphs won
The gloriou record of eacl- glorious son
There for all time your feats for 'her shall hide
Old Alma Mater turns each page in pride
And says Well done.
F at lady Put some oil in my car. sf
Clerk All right heavy?
Fat lady Fresh thing I ll not get any oil from you
Lon Sharp' Scott you have not got a brain.
Scott Potter Yes and half of what you got is-foolishness
Always put off at night what you are going to put on in the morning
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The practice of economy is one great step toward success X
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WHO SAID? V,
"l know just as well as a grown person". '
"l'll lay you like a rug."
"F'eaven's sake." 13
"I'll sell you one." M
"A good way to get killed."
"You got any gum."
"A man on a motor cycle wants by."
"Those boys certainly have a circus." I
Last nightsky when l got homesky the door was lockedsky.
How did you get insky?
With my pass-key.
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You see, mefn Prof. were riding up in an elevator together, and the
driver dropped a cigarette. lVle'n the Prof. both dived for it and l got it
so he flunked me outta school.
Cleopatra wasn't the only one the adder finished," said Mr. Mclntosh's
private stenographer as she grasped the handle of the Burroughs.
judge: Did you kill this man?
Convict: Judge, l'll be hanged if l did.
Miss McGee in English: Cladney, what is that is so beautiful in "The
Lady of the Lake?"
Gladney Short: The lady I suppose.
Missionary: And you know nothing whatever of religion?
Cannibal: Well, we got a taste of it when the last missionary came.
Poppa, vas our beoples vell to do?
No, mine son, our beoples vas hard to do.
ELK BARBER SHOP
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I 4152 Polk St. I. N. Allard I
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McKee S.:- "Viola, how much do you weigh?"
Viola S.: "Oh, not enough to spoil the crease in your trousers.
How are you getting along with your girl?
She won't speak to me any more. l kissed her and when she said it
wasn't nice., I admitted it.
There was an old man named Vaughn
Had nightmares from eve until daughn.
The reason is clear
For of he had fear
And he slept with his life-saver aughn.
Lon S.: "Gonn'a pass Chemistry."
Tangle: "Guess so, bought a box of candy."
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The White Kitchen
i 413 Polk St. Phone 1802
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ln our Public Speaking class the other day Louise Davis lost her thimble.
McKee had taken it, in fun. Shie began to cry and disturbed the class.
Viola is constantly jumping up and sayingg "I am not, either."
Fountain accused "Red" of being Grace Brewster's sister. She got
peeved and wouldn't speak to him.
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Father out looking for his daughter: did you see an automobile go
Farmer-Waal, yaasl One clruv through only three. weeks ago come
Helen Smith--I am just crazy about Wordsworth.
Opal Pickens-I don't see why. You haven't got a chance with him.
The collegian's idea of a tea-caclcly is the Freshman who catches the
things that happen to roll of the sweet young things knee at the sorority tea.
"Solomon, where do you get all these birthday presents?"
"Oh, a word to the wives is sufficient."
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I So glad to know you-I've heard so much about you.
i R You do look so handsome in your college sweater.
You're so different from all the other boys I know.
I just know l can trust you.
You just don't realize how big and strong you are,
li I-low soft and wavy your hair is.
' I don't allow every fellow to kiss me.
Now don't forget to write to me when you get to college.
I've intended to write you for a long time.
No, I don't like him very well-thatis, not lately.
A TAKING GIRL V
' She took my hand in sheltered nooks
She took my candy and my books,
, She took that lustrous wrap of fur
V She took those gloves I bought for her:
I She took my words of love and care,
I She took my flowers, rich and rareg
She took my ring with tender smile
She took my time for quite awhile:
I She took my kisses, made so shy
I She took, I must confess, my eye
She took whatever I would buy
And then she took another guy.
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If you want to know what the policeman eats-don't ask his wife-ask
the pushcart vendor on his route.
You can wander in America but you must go to Italy to Rome.
Another reason why the men don't wear engagement rings is because
they can't afford it.
Aluminus talking to Epp before the game. "This is nothing like the
team they had when I was playing center."
Epp Boyles: "You sure are right, They have a good team now."
Louise Davis: "Mama, can l go swimming?"
Mother: "Of course not. There ain't no water."
Louise D. "Thais all right. I can do the sunstrokef'
Tangle Calling on Carmena: Tangle., would you like to take a long
Tangle fenthusiasticallylz I sure would.
Carmena Johnson: Well, go right along, don't let me detain you.
Becky Ware: Fountain, can you play Chopin?
Fountain: I don't know. ls it something like Mah Jong?
Shelton Gibbons: Oh, yesg I know art in all its form-in fact, l work
in any medium.
Miss Brown: You don't say-have you ever tried drawing a few thous-
and fathoms unde rsea?
I don't like my Prof. at all,
In fact l think he's punkg
He sharpened his pencil with my knife
To mark me down a flunk.
At the football gamer What is that fellow doing?
Why he is receiving a kick.
It looks to me like he would duck.
Mary at the Christmas dance: There are several of the A 6: Nl boys
. here and not one of them have asked me to dance with them.
Aubrey Fairey: And they are used to the smell of powder, too.
The night before the dance: '.Sam, you are wanted on the phone.
Sam: All right. Tell hiin I Want a quart.
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Honor Students-We want to take those finals.
Tangle Sellars-Miss Warren is getting partial to you Bud she has -
let you stay in for her two times to my one.
High School-Mr. Rogers don t ask us to take that holiday
John and Catherine We don t care anything about going to Lubbock
send Bob and Nancy. ' ,
Mr. Mclntosh' There is no use of giving the Seniors the final exami-
Mr. Kerr. Everybody come to my store for the free lunch everyday.
Mr. O Malley--Frank you take my coupe tonight I don t Want it '
Hazel Barton-Why George McLellan don t say that You are one of it
the best dancers I ever danced with
The Sandies!-Yes, Vernon had the best team They deserved to win
The School Board-We will stand the expense of a new auditorium
ack Brown-Yes I gave her up Just before she threw me down.
Mr Rogers-I don t think any punishment is necessary in your case,
Earl. Your record has been so good.
Jewel Ballard-I enjoyed the final test so much.
Dutch Baird-I was just going twenty miles an hour when I turned over
Bernie Vaught-Sometimes I wish that I wasn't quite so big.
Al Hickmont-Yes, you can charge it. I have a number of charge ac-
Mission Theatre-dYes. all high school students are admitted free.
jean Sanders-I really hated to take the money that was offered for
the Senior poem and song.
Miss Brown--I wouldn't cry just' because I left my paper at home, it
don't matter whether or not you have your lesson.
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Leonard Sharp--Making love.
Powell Coombs-Acting funny.
James Sellars-Blowing his nose.
Nancy Teel-Listening to Bob Browne
Hilda Braudt-Looking pretty.
Carter Bassett-Courting the girls.
Ralph Strader-Growing big.
Bob Puckett-Walking home with Marion Atkins.
James Oaks-Buying sodas.
Scott Potter-Balancing equations.
Tom Thompson:-Dolling up.
Stanley Lehman--Talking to Catherine Crump. .E
Shelby 'Willis-Cornhing his hair.
James Curtis-Selling annuals.
Louise Fincher-joking with Kirby.
John Lawl-er-Collecting money for the Trophy Case.
Catherine Pittman-Watching john.
Wanda Cates--Making the drag.
Virginia Griggs-Coaching lessons.
Donald Trollinger-Riding with Mildred Wilson
Tige Elkins--Playing Tennis.
George Walton-Jumping rope.
Marvin Twaddell--Burning rope.
Teel Curtis-Staying in after school.
George McLellan-Taking tests.
George Waddell-Leading yells.
James War-Fancy dancing.
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In completing their education the future housewives of the com
munity are taught to cook with AMARYLLIS ana GREAT WEST FOR
BETTER BAKINGU flours.
Why not continue your education through the years that are to fol
low, by keeping GREAT WEST and AIVIARYLLIS "FOR BETTER
BAKING' flours in your kitchen?
Over 907 of the housewives of AMARILLO are using either
GREAT WEST or AIVIARYLLIS flours in their homes.
GUY IT FROM YOUR GROICER-I-IE. I-IAS IT
Great West Mill 81 Elevator Company
AMARILLO, TEXAS, U. S. A.
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"0ur Business Is to Help Your Business"
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THE BIG PRINTING AND STATIONERY HOUSE OF THE GREATLPLAINS
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