Amarillo High School - La Airosa Yearbook (Amarillo, TX)
- Class of 1926
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CARROLL E. GREGG
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CILMORE NUNN -
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ONE WHO IS FIRM AND FAIR IN HIS DE-
CISIONS, WHO SEES THE BROADER SCOPE
OF LIFE, YET DOES NOT IGNORE THE
SMALLER ISSUESJ WHO HAS PLANTED IN
OUR HEARTS AND MINDS GOLDEN IDEALS
SO DEEPLY ROOTED THAT THEY CAN
NEVER PASS AWAY,- WHO HAS WON THE
SINCERE ADMIRATION AND RECARD OF THE
CLASS 017,261 TO SUCH A MAN THE
SENIOR CLASS WISHES TO PAY THE HIGH-
EST HONOR IN ITS POWER: TO HIM WE
DEDICATE THE 1926 LA AIROSA.
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W. A McINTOSI-I
Superintendent of the Amarillo Public Schools, we dedicate this page.
I-le has endeared himself to the hearts of not only his corps of teachers, but
to the entire student body through his personal interest and sincerity. In
his four years as Superintendent. he has proved himself a man of wide
vision and ability. We attribute the great degree of progress marked 'by
his administration to his fidelity and courage. We are grateful that his
personality dominates wholesomelyg we are proud of his successesg and we
are glad that we may call him our friend.
SUPERINTENDENT W. A. IVICINTOSH
Appreciation is an intangible quality. It can be expressed only
through some outward token. Therefore, as a concrete symbol of our
sincere appreciation of her tireless efforts in behalf of La Airosa, we, the
La Airosa Staff of l926, affectionately dedicate these pages to our be-
loved friend and advisor,
MRS. CARLYN QUICKSALL
MRS. CARLYN QUICKSALL
Miss THELMA SMITH
M. A., Columbia U.
B. A., T. C. U.
Head of E.nglisl1
MRS. C. P. Arwoon
B, A., Baylor U.
Coach of Girls Basket Ball
MRS. CARLYN QUICKSALL MISS LOUISE RUSSELL
B- AH Baylor U. B. A., Kansas U.
English ' English
Annual Advlsor Eulalian Sponsor
Miss ORVILLE HEADNCK Miss MARCELLA WALKER
B. A., Texas U. B. A., Texas U.
English Public Speaking
Freshman Sponsor Forum Sponsor
H. G. WILSON Mlss KATE WILSON 3. S., W- T. S. T- C.
Texas U- B' A" S' M' U' Mathematics
Head of Mathematics MH'hema'1CS Philo. Sponsor
oach of Track and Tennis
M155 MAGGIE AVENT Miss IVIELVA BREININC. MBS COM AVERY
Peabody n Southwestern U.
Mathematics B. A., Columbla U. Librarian
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Sophomore Sponsor Mathematlcs enlor p
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Mas. A. I... BRINT A. B. HAYS
B. A., Trinity B. A., Simmons MISS 1-'U-Y HUMPHREY
Head of History History B- A-v ,Texas U-
Coacli of Football H'5l0'Y
Basketball, and Baseball
Miss BERTIE WARREN JOHN G- DUTTON Miss VENTURA SMLTH
B. A., Texas U. B- SH N-'Mexico U- Music Diploma, C. I. A
Science Science Supervisor of Music
Junior Sponsor Asst- Coach Of Fvolball Director of Glee,
and Basketball Choral and Orchestra
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NNE ZNIZ ICIAPEIOTH Miss KATHLEEN WRIGHT M155 CQRA RUSSELL
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Head Of l-ann Latin Spanish
Latin Club Sponsor Pi Delta Dramatic Sponsor
MRS. GERVIS F. TAYLOR
B. A. Mary Nash Miss lVlYR'l'LE BOATRIGHT Miss VONNA WATSON
Head 'of C.,,,,,,,.,,C.., B. A., W. T. s. T. C. B. s., N. E. Mo. s. T. C.
Dean of Girls Commerce Commerce
Miss BEULAH BRADLEY
Miss HELEN WORLEY
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l-leacl of Home Economics
B. S., Oklahoma A. 81 M.
Head of Manual Training
Director of Band
T. G. HULL
B. A., Simmons
Ass't. Coach of Football
Basketball and Baseball
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SENIOR CLASS 1926
FRANK E. MCLAIN - - -
JAMES OAKES - -
FAREVVELL TO THE CLASS OF
We've reached the end of the golden trail,
The dear old journey is done.
We've finished our many tasks, old class-
And victory we have won.
Our fond school days are at an end,
And dear friends now must part.
A smile is on our face, brave class,
But an ache is in our heart.
Together we've shared our many joys,
Together we've shared our sorrow,
And now a new day dawns, old class,
Upon a bright tomorrow.
Welve finished, yet have just begun
Our journey to success.
Our heart, our minds, our lives, dear class,
Rare treasured gems possess.
May we all reach life,s highest goal
God grant that it be won,
And when our work is through, old class,
The world will say, "well done."
The purple twilight now is here.
To say goodbye, 'tis well,
But let's not say goodbye, my class:
Let's only say farewell.
-FRANKLIN EWING, Class Poet
Daughter of Io
Daughter of Europa
Eulalians '24, '25, '26s Choral '24,
'25, '26g Chorus '24, '25,
ANNA LEIGH BAIRD
Daughter of Cytherea
Channing High School: W. T. S.
T. C.: Choral '26.
Son of Titan
Baseball '24, '25, '26
Cousin of Atalanta
Basketball '22, '23g Choral '24.
Daughter of Circe
Espanita '24, Choral '24, '25, '26,
Pep Club '25.
Son of Cronus
Forum '22, Glee Club '22, '23,
'24, '25, Rostrum '23: Philo '24,
'25g Hi-Y '24, '25, '26, 'Officer
'26g Latin Club '26.
Cousin of Mercury
Track '24, '25, '26g Basketball
'25, '26, Football '25, Hi-Y '25,
Daughier of Callisto
Latin Club '26.
Son of Vulcan
Hi-Y '26, Band '26.
Daughter of Aurora
Eulalians '23, Orchestra '23, '24,
'25g Choral '26, Pi Delta Dramatic
'26: Popularity '26.
Daughter of Vesta
Choral '24g Sophomore Class Offi-
cer Pi Delta '25.
Son of Clacus
Son of Ampitrite
Hi-Y '25, '26, Group Leacler '26,
Glee Club '24, '25, '26, Rostrum
'24- Officer '24, Track '26,
Son of Hercules
l-li-Y '26: Football '24, '25, Capt.
'25, Basketball '25, '26, Capt.
'26: Track '25, '26, Baseball '25,
Daughter of Caea
Orchestra '24, '25, '26, Choral
Son of Saturn
Philo '22, Rostrum '23, Pres. '23g
Glee Club '23, '24, '25, '26. Of-
ficer '26g l-li-Y '26.
F ELIX EMMETT
Son of Hector
Clee '24, '25, '26, Physical Train-
ing '24g Rostrum '23, Track '24,
Son of A-pollo
Annual Staff '25, '26, Eclitor-in-
Chief '26, Pres. junior Class '25s
Hi-Y '25, '26, Group Leader '26,
Espanita '25, Officer '25, Glee
Club '26, Higgins High School '23,
'24, Class Poet '26.
FLORA Louisa EXUM
Sister of Narcissus
Son of Ganymede
Football '24, '25: Hi-Y '24- '25,
'26, Forum '23, '24, Student Coun-
cil '25, Cnlee Club '25
Son of Mars
C-lee '24, '25, '26, Forum '24, '25,
'26s Hi-Y '25, '26.
LUTIE HUM:-2 GILES
Cousin of Daphne
Son of Helies
Glee '22, '23, '25: Hi-Y '25, '26
Band '24, '25, '26, Orchestra '25
Daughter of Momus
Pi Delta Dramatic '26: Choral '25
Son of Eros
Hi-Y '24, '25, '26, Pres. '26,
Glee '24, '25, Annual Staff '25,
'26, Business Manager '26, Class
Officer '25g l-lenryetta, Olcla. '22.
WINONA B. Gmccs
Daughter of Flora
Basketball '24, '25, '26,
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Son of Orion ff A' ' ' 3'
l-li-Y '24, '25, '26g Group Leader
Son of Proteus
Daughter of Pomona
La Polemista '24, Pi Delta '25-
Daughter of Ceres
Daughter of Procris
Eulalians '24, '25, '26: Choral '25:
Yell Leader '25.
Son of Cephalus
Rostrum '23: Forum '24, '25g Hi-
Y 'Z6g Editor Commercial Booster
'Z6g Class Historian '26.
ROBERT LEWIS HIOINBOTHAM
Son of Nerceus
Hi-Y '25, '26, Group! Leader '26g
Forum '25, Rostrum '24.
Daughter of Thalia
Orchestra '24, '25, '26g Junior A
A. U. W., '26, Officer '26.
Daughter of Euphrosync
Daughter of Athena
La Polemista '23: Pi Delta '25: Pi
Delta Dramatic '26g Choral '24,
Cousin of Minerva
Home Economics Club '23, '24.
Son of Palroclus
Rostrum '24g Phil-o '25g C-lee '25,
'26: Hi-Y '26.
THELMA V. KLOCK
Daughter of Drpads
Chorus '23: Choral '25, Espanita
'25: Pep Squad '25.
Son of Perseus
Glee Club '23. '24, '25, '26: Hi-
Y '25, '26, Tennis '26.
Daughter of The Lorelei
Chorus '23, '24, '25, '26: Choral
'25, '26g Pep Squad 'Z4.
Son of Daedalus
Band '23, '24, '25: Hi-Y '25, '26.
Daughter of Harmonic
Orchestra '21, '23, '24, '25g Choral
Son of fason
Band '22, '23, '24 '25, '26s Or-
chestra '22, '23, '24.
Daughter of Sappho
Choral '24, '25, '26g Espanita '25g
Sophomore Historian, Art Editor
La Airosa '26, Class Prophet '26.
Son of Achilles
Orchestra '22, '23, Band '23,
Glee '23: Hi-Y '25, '26.
JANE MCCULLO H
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' ' , 24, Choral '25,
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matic '26, Latin Club '26, Pep
Squad '25, Class Officer '25:
Senior Editor Annual '26, Jr. A. A.
U. W. Officer '26.
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Cousin of Callislo
FRANK E. MCLAIN
Son of jupiter
Clee Club '22, '23, '24, '25. '26:
Hi-Y '25, '26: Philo '22, '23, '24,
'25, 'Officer '25, Pres. Senior Class
Daughter of Dryope
Daughter of Minerva
WILLIE MAY MARSHALL
Daughter of Ariadne
Orchestra '23, '24, '25, '26,
EDWARD A. MARTIN
Son of Ibycies
Track '25, '26, Basketball '25:
Son of Agavtemnon
Forum '2l, '22, '23, '25g Hi-Y
Son of Pythagoras
Philo '23, '24, '25: Rostrum '24:
Forum '26, Elspanita '24, Glee '24,
'25, '26s l-li-Y '26.
Son of Mercury
Football '23, '24, '25g Track '24,
'25, '26: Basketball '24, '25: Hi-
Daughter of Antigone
Orchestra '23, '24, '25, '26
Health Board '26: Home Econo-
mics Club '23, '24.
Daughter of Rhea
Daughter of Irene
Daughter of Hero
Espanita '23, '24g Choral '25, '26,
Daughter of Iole
Daugliler of Aflicna
La Polemista '24g Pi Delta ,252
Pi Delta Dramatic '26.
Daughter of Pandora
Choral '23, 24. '25, '26.
Son of Adonis
Basketball '26g Football '25g Base-
ball '23, '24, '25g Track '26g l'li-
Y '26: Glee '26: Class Officer '25,
'26g Rostrum '24.
Son of Pyramus
Glee Club '25, '26g l-li-Y '26:
Rostrum '25: Philo '24.
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Daughter of Thisbe
Chorus '22: Choral ,233 Espanita
Daughier of func
Daughter of Ale
Basketball '22, '23g Choral '23,
'24, '25, '26g Physical Training
Daughter of Psyche
Pi Delta '25g La Polemista '24:
Choral '25, '26: Class Officer '26,
Son of Cadmus
Son of Machaon
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Espanita '24, '25 3 Science Club '26, .r
Daughter of Andromeda
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Son of Ajax
C-lee Club '25, '26, Pres. '26, gl,
Football '25, Hi-Y '25, '26, Base- ' 3
ball '26, Class Will '26, '
Daughter of Clylie
Choral '24, '25, '26: Chorus '22,
'26, Eulalians '25, '26.
Louis Rmmcs '
Son of Orestes l t
I-Ii-Y '25, '26: Forum '25, '26,
Rostrum '24, Glee '25, '26.
LUCILE ROBERTS .2 ,V
Daughter of Calliope
La Polemista '23, '24g Choral '23, 5' f
'24, '25, '26, Popularity '26:
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Choral '25, '26.
Son of Aconiius
Philo '23g Rostrum '24g Forum
Daughter of Cassandra
Basketball '23g Eulalians '25,
JCI-IN RILEY SCOTT
Son of Egfr
Son of Croesus
Rostrum 'Z2g Philo '23: Glee Club
'23, '24, '25, '26g Athletic Eclitor
La Airosa '26.
Son of Priam
Hi-Y '25, '26g Rostrum, '24g Philo
'25: Glee Club '25, '26g Band '26,
Daughter of Deiphobe
Muskogee, Ukla., '22, '23: Eu-
lalians '24, '25g Basketball '24,
'25g Student Council '25g Choral
Daughicr of Chloris
Daughlelr of Linus
Chorus '22g Choral '25.
J. M. SIMPSON
Son of Thayris
I-Ii-Y '26g Philo '26: Glee '
Daughter of the Druids
Home Economics '25: P
Son of Faunus
Class Officer '23g Glee '25:
'26: Philo '23.
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Daughter of Frigga
Class Officer '26g Choral '26g Es-
Son of Helios
C-lee '23, '24, '25, '26.
Daughier of Hera
Daughter of Hygca
Eulalians '23g Orchestra '25, '26.
Daughier of Iris
Pi Delta '25: Pi Delta Dramatic
'Z6g Choral '25.
Son of Menon
Glee Club '22, '23, '26g Philo '25g
Hi-Y '24, '25, '26.
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DOROTHY lVlAE TAYLOR
Daughter of Heslia
Choral '26g Chorus '23,
Daughter of Pan
'Urchestra '23, '24, '25
Daughter of Electra
Choral '25, '26.
Daugliier of Penelope
Son of Nisus
Cnlee Club '23: Hi-Y '26: Baseball '
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Son of Ovid
Hi-Y '23, '24, '25, '26, Baseball
'25g Glee Club '25, '26.
Son of Euhyalus
Football '25, Hi-Y '26: Glee Club
'26, Basketball '26g Baseball '26.
MARY lVllLDRED VINEYARD
Daughler of Medea
Choral '25, '26: Pi Delta '25:
La Polemista '24.
Son of Turnus
Hi-Y '25q Glee Club '23, '24- '25:
Philo ,223 Rostrum '23, Baseball
Daughier of Nike
Choral '23, '25, Pep Squad '23,
Eulalians ,23, Officer '23g Student
Son of Triton
I-li-Y '25, '26g Latin Club '26s
CLARENCE ALEXANDER WARREN
Son of Palaemon
Hi-Y '24, '25, '26, Forum '23
'24, '25, '26, Pres, '23, Fresh-
Soph. Debating Club '22, '23, Pres
'22: Glee Club '22, '23, '24, '25'
Manager Track '26.
Daughicsr of Thelis
Shattuck Hi '24, Basketball '23,
'24, Latin Club '26.
Daughler of Venus '
Hereford Hi '23, '24, '25, Choral
'25, '26, Dramatic Club '25, Sci-
ence Club '25, Pep Squad '25,
Son of Myrlilus
Hi-Y '24, '25, Group Leader '26,
Band '25, '26, Spanish Club '24
Son of Nestor
Glee Club '25, '26, Hi-Y '25,
Sister of Minerva
Class Officer '23, '24, Eulalians
'24, Dramatic Club '23, Choral
'25, Pi Delta Dramatic '26, Latin
Club '26, Pep Squad '25, Jr. A.
A U. W. '26, Pres. '26.
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Son of Podalirius
Orchestra '23, '24, '25g Band '25,
'26, Hi-Y '24, '25, '26.
Daughter of Philoel
Choral '25, '26, Latin Club '26.
Son of Aleides
Philo '22, '24g Forum '23g Debate
'23g Student Council '25: Football
Daughter of Echo
Home Economics '24g Choral '25,
'26g Basketball '22.
Son of Hector
Glee '23, '24, '25g Philo '21, '22,
Forum '23, Q
Daughter of Arachne
Choral '24, '25g Pi Delta Dramatic
JUNIOR CLASS 1926
CARTER BASSETT - - - - President
CAROL RULE - - - - Vice-President
E. LIZABETI-I MEYER - - - Secretary
LANE IVICAFEE ----- - - Treasurer
HONOR THE JUNIOR CLASS
Half a term half a term,
Half a term onward,
Down through the halls of fame
Strode the two hundred.
Forward the Junior Class
That none other could surpass
As through the halls of fame
Strode the two hundred.
Forward the Junior Class,
Was there dismayed a lad or lass?
Though oft, each student knew
Viewpoints would be sunderedg
Theirs not to wonder why,
Theirs not to make reply,
Theirs but to do or die:
"Bring on Commencement Day,"
Said the Two Hundred.
Teachers to the right of them,
Principal to the left of them,
Superintendent back of them,
To see that no one blunderedg
Counselled and guided, till
Not a single student failed
Came through the grind of Death,
Noble Two Hundred.
When can their glory fade?
Oh, the great fight they made!
All the town wondered,
Honor the Juniors of '26!
Shout their praise evermore,
Wise Two Hundred.
Class of '27
Crchestra '24, '25 3 Choral
DELLA PEARL ALLARD
MARY LOUISE ASKEW
Physical Culture '23, La
Polemista '23g Pi Delta '25,
Pi Delta Dramatic '26: Class
Officer '25, Choral '24, '25,
'26g Tennis '26,
Pres. Junior Class '26g Base-
ball '24. '25: Basketball '25:
Football '25: Capt. Elect '26,
Football '25g Forum '25,
'26: Rostrum '24, Tennis
Pi Delta Dramatic '26, Chor-
al '26g Home Economics Club
MARION BEBE BROWN
Choral '25, '26g Pep Squad A
Latin Club '26.
Pi Delta Dramatic '26.
Bowie High '23g Forum '26-
Glee '26g Hi-Y '26,
ZUMA VANCE COTTEN
La Polemista '24: Pi Delta
'25g Choral '25, '26.
l-li-Y '26g Forum 226.
W. A. CRISWELL JR.
Band '26g Orchestra '26g
Philo. '26 Annual Staff '26g
Hi-Y '26, Texline I-Ii '23,
Choral '23g Pi Delta '25g
Philo '24, '25, Hi-Y '26s
Basketball '23, '24, '25:
Home Economics '24.
Pi Delta '25, Pi Delta Dra-
matic '26, Literary Club '23'
Baseball '25g Cllee Club '25
'26, Rostrum '23g Hi-Y '25
Cnlee Club '25, '26, Philo.
'24, '25s Tennis '26.
La Polemista '23, '24, Pi
Delta '25: Pi Delta Dramatic
'26: Choral '25, '26.
Choral '24, '25, Espanita
'25, Eulalian '25, Pep Squad
Deelamation '25: Home Ec-
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La Polemista '24g Pi Delta
Dramatic '26g Latin Club '26,
Officer '26g Choral '26,
Choral '24, '25g Pi Delta
'25q Pi Delta Dramatic '26:
Pep Squad '25, '26g Latin
Raton Hi, Science Club.
JAMES L. GORDON
Orchestra '23, '24, '25: Hi-
Y '26g C-lee Club '26.
Glee '24. '25, '26.
Basketball 'Z6g Choral '26:
Latin Club '26.
GENNA LEE HARMON
Espanita '253 Choral '26.
Accompanist Choral Club '25,
Accompanist Glee Club '26:
Pep Squad '26,
Ctlee Club '25, '26,
Philo '24, '26, Basketball
'25, l-li-Y '25, '26: Glee
Club '24, '25, '26,
EVA MAE JORDAN
La Polemista '23- '24g Pi
Delta '25g Pi Delta Dramatic
'26, Choral '25, '26.
La Polemista '24: Pi Delta
'25, Pi Delta Dramatic '26:
Latin Club '26,
Rostrum '23g Forum '24,
'25, Tennis '25, '26g Class
Hi-Y '25, '26s Philo '24.
'25: Glee Club '24, '25, '26,
Clorus '23, '24g Freshman
Class Cfficerg Pi Delta '25,
La Polemista '23, '24, Pi
Delta '25, Pi Delta Dramatic
'26g Class Officer '26,
Freshman Class Officer, La
Polemista '23, '24: Pi Delta
'25, Accompanist Choral Club
'26, Pep Squad '26.
VIARY L. MONTGOMERY
La Polemista '23, '24: Pi
Delta '25, Pi Delta Dramatic
'26: Choral '24. '25, '26,
Espanita '25, Choral '25,
F ERN OLIVIA MORRISS
Humbolt, Kan. '23: Home
Economics '24, Pres. '24:
Eulalian '25g Chroal '25,
Physical Culture '23, '24,
'25, Choral '24, '25: Pep
Squad '25, '26,
Pi Delta '25: Pi Delta Dra-
matic '26g Choral '25, '26.
Pres. Class '25, Asst. Bus.
Mgr. fAnnual '26, Hi-Y '25,
'26, Clee '25,
l-li-Y '25, '26,
Chorus '24: Choral '24, '25,
Pi Delta '25g Pi Delta Dra-
LUCY WILL PARKS
FANNIE LEA PHIPPS
Basketball '23, '24, '25,
Choral '26, Pi Delta Dra-
matic '26, Latin Clwb '26,
La Polemista '23g Choral '24,
Pi Delta '25, Pi Delta Dra-
matic '26, Home Economics
MARGARET V. PUCKETT
Pi Delta '25,
Hi-Y '26: Glee '26.
MITTIE LEE ROYAL
Choral '25, '26g Latin Club
'26, Officer '26g Pi Delta
'25g Pi Delta Dramatic '26g
Class Officer '26.
I-Ii-Y '25, '26: Band '26s
J. W. TIMMONS
Baseball Mascot '22: Ros-
trum '23 '24g Philo. '24, '25,
Espanita 'Z4g Latin Club '25g
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Pi Delta '25, Pi Delta Dra-
, matic '26, Choral '25.
Jo TOWNSEND ,
' Mt. Carmel Hi '23g Pi Delta
'25: Pi Delta Dramatic '26:
, Sqphomore Class Officer:
Ass't. Eclitor La Airosa '26,
' Glee '24, '25, '26.
H Physical Culture '24: Orches-
tra '25, '26.
LYDIA MAY WALKER
Glee Club '23, '24, '25, '26s
Philo. '25, '26, Officer '26:
Hi-Y '25, '26,
J Choral '25, '26.
GRETTA LEE WILLIS
l-li-Y '25, '26, Orchestra '25,
Basketball '26, Track '26.
WATCH THE CLASS OF l927!!
In the ever existing annals of high schools and colleges, it has been the general sup-
position that the laurels in athletics, school honors, and the like, should be conceded to the
senior contestants and members of the senior class, but in recent years, and sometimes to
the sorrow of the Seniors, the juniors have had a right to challenge the graduates to
Thus it was with the juniors in the High-School this year, and as stated above.
"sometimes to the sorrow of the Seniors."
lAs a resume, to prove this last statement, we will take a 'peep into the different line
of athletics, and see with what great ease and also the number of times that the Juniors
have built a wall with winning tactics and unequalled sportsmanship, that even the sub-
debs have found it difficult to overcome.
In the football season there were two or three juniors who set the pace for the others
to follow, and held this pace throughout the yearg in the basketball season, we recall that
some of the fastest, best, and most adept players were the graduates of 1927, or in other
words, the Juniors this yearg we likewise remember that during the. period of track activi-
ties, there were as many Juniors as any other classes that went to Austin for the finals,
and that during the tennis contests, a majority of the players were Juniorsg last we con-
sider, but not least, the baseball squad, in which the Juniors played a great part.
Yes, the Juniors will set a pace for the very best!!
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BONITA CAZZELI.. - - -
HAROLD NUNN -
FRANCES HANCOCK -
EULA LEE MCKNIGHT -
There is joy in all our hearts:
There are smiles in every eye,
When we get the Soplfmore cake,
After eating Freshman pie.
And a grand old crowd we areg
e're leaders in our classes:
We make the older stirdents hump-
We younger lads and lasses!
We may be down the ladder
A couple of rungs or so,
But we're having a pretty good time
ln spite of the years to go.
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PRESTON FOWLKES - - - ' - President
MAXINE RHOADS - Vice-President
EARL STRANDBERG - - Secretary
RAYMOND KERR - - Treasurer
Freshies are Freshies, and some people think
That Freshies will never be wise,
But once there was one, who said with a wink
And a most knowing look in her eyes,
"The Freshies? Why, yes, they appear to be blest
With an idea that they are the best.
But when they are Soph's they'll be sure to aclmit
That they were a dreadful misfit."
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. Editor-in-Chief Business Manager
In your hands is the fruit of one year's efforts and tireless endeavors of one of the
most loyal staffs with which any editor and manager could have the pleasure of associat-
ing. We have enjoyed the privilege of serving the Senior Class of '26 as active workers
of the l926 La Airosa. We appreciate, sincerely, the earnest cooperative spirit of the
entire student body toward this publication.
We acknowledge thanks to the following, and feel as though they helped to make
our book a successg West Texas State Teachers College for the engravings of the Palo
Duro Canyong the business men of Amarillo for their interest in our school, and the faculty
of Amarillo High School for their kind consideration.
To the La Airosa staffs of the future, we extend felicitations.
' Franklin Ewing
H. G. WILSON -
CARROLL GREGG -
ALLEN HEATAER -
JAMES CURTIS -
DICK GREEN -
COOPER DEWEY -
SHELBY WILLIS -
THOMAS SEAY -
CLYDE ALLARD -
JACK FUQUA -
DAMON BLAKE -
- - President
- - Secretary
- - Treasurer
- - Reporter
Leader Group I
Leader Group 11
Leader Group 111
Leader Group IV
Leaver Group V
Leader Group V1
Leader Group V11
Leader Group V111
Leader Group IX
Leader Group X
- - Postmaster
The Hi-Y Club has experienced the most successful year in its history. One hun-
.flred boys enrolled in the club. Ir is indeed pleasing to note the number of under-classmen
'hat joined the club during the second semester. Thus, the club has an excellent nucleus
about which to build next year.
'As usual, the club supplied Office Boys, Locker Room Inspectors, and Custodians
of the Lost and Found Room. In addition, the club supplied the Junior Police Force.
This force was commended by Chief Cain for their efficient service.
A public program was given by the club to arouse interest in the State Older Boy's
Conference. As a result, thirty-two boys made the trip to this 'Conference at Austin.
Edgar Kanouse- one of the members, made the response to the welcome address. The
delegation was second largest at the conference. Dallas had three more delegates than
Ihis club had.
The club participated in the Armistice Day Parade, started agitation for a gym-
nasium, and furnished a mirror for the boy's rest room.
The average grade of the club was from ZW to 5f7L better than the average grade
of the entire school each six weeks.
In addition, the club furnished all the boys in the finals of declamation and debate,
all ibut one- of the boys in the finals in extempore speaking, the presidents of both the
Junior and Senior Classes, all of the boys, save one on the annual staff, the editor of the
Commercial Booster, the leading salesman of athletic tickets, the captains of the athletic
teams of the year, all the Clee Club officials, and all the presidents of the Forum and
Philo Societies of this year.
The club expects to edit a real high school paper next year, publishing two papers
As usual, the club will lose fifty percent of its members by graduation this year.
Llowever. the I-Ii-Y Club anticipates a larger and a more active club next year.
Miss KLAPPROTH ----- Sponsor
The Latin Club organized at the beginning of the scholastic year, is the first Latin
Club in Amarillo High School. Miss Klapproth, the able sponsor, organized the club
so that the Latin students and those interested in Latin might be able to get a better un-
derstanding of the life and customs of the Romans The club was beneficial in bring-
ing the moving picture "Julius Caesar", which proved to be of great educational value
to the school. The Latin Tournament which was held here April 9 was put over suc-
cessfully by the assistance of the Latin Club. Many of its members won prizes. The
Latin Club promises to be one of the best in the state by this time next year.
Pi Delta Dramatic
Miss WRIGHT - - - - - - Sponsor
The Pi Delta Dramatic Club was organized at the beginning of the school year
l925-l926 for the purpose of studying plays and playwrights. Miss Kathleen Wright,
instructor of Latin and English, has sponsored the club, and her excellent criticisms have
:helped the members in their dramatic work.
In April a one act play, "lVlarrying Money" with a cast of four girls, was presented
for the Parent-Teachers Association. The other club members made their public ap-
pearance in a three act play, "A Southern Cindarellan given in May at the Woman's
Club Rooms for the benefit of the High School Clothing Contest carried on by the Home
Economics Department of the High School.
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Miss Louise Russsu, - - - Sponsor
The aim of the Eulalians Club is to teach girls to speak before the public. The
programs have been of both national and local subjects. A debate and a play were given
as the required public appearance this year.
'All girls are eligible for membership in the Eulalians. This club is one of the
oldest High School clubs ancl has been growing every year.
A great deal has been accomplished uncler the direction of its loved and competent
sponsor, Miss Louise Russell.
SILAS HART ------- Sponsor
The Philomathean Debating Society of 1926 was organized on September l7,
l925 The purpose of the club was to promote all branches of public speaking in the
Amarillo High School. ln the annual Forum-Philomathean Debate sponsored by the
Lions Club, the Philomatheans lost, but one of their speakers- W. A. Criswell, was
given second place on the team to represent the Amarillo High School at Abilene.
Although the membership of the club was reduced by an unfortunate incident at a
il'lallowe'en frolic given by the club, the Philomathean Debating Society has accomp-
lished a great deal for its members during the school year of l925-l926.
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Miss WALKER - - - - Sponsor
The Forum Debating Society has just closed a very active ancl beneficial year.
There was a greater increase of membership this year than in former years: and with the
sponsorship and encouragement of Miss Walker and The American Business Club, the
boys have accomplished very much. Kim Harty, Arthur Hamilton, and Earl Bishop
have servecl a spresiclents this year. The club held its annual Halloweien Frolic, Oc-
tober 3l. The members and their young lady friends had an enjoyable evening which
will never be forgotten. The annual banquet which is usually held February 22nd
was postponed indefinitely because of an epidemic of uflun.
In the annual Inter-Club Debate between the Forum ancl Philomatheans, the
Forum team composed of Earl Bishop and Lawrence Shea won, thereby gaining pos-
session of the silver loving cup offerecl by the Lions Club.
V'ENTURA SMITH ------ Director
"Music does not belong to a prolessiong it is the birthright of everyone."
The Cwchestra has contributed much to the success of programs given by the music
department this year. It has entertained the Business ancl Professional Women's Club,
the Junior Woman's Club, the PQl'Cl1l-TC3ClTCl',S Club, the Latin Tournament Banquent
and radio audie
rs for the year were:
FRANK LITTLE -
HELEN DUKE -
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- - Librarian
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OSCAR WISE ----- - Director
"Music begins where the spoken word ends."
The High School Band under the direction of Mr. Cscar Wise' has been very ac-
tive during the past year. The most notable activity of the band this year was its
great contribution to the spirit of the Sandstorm football games. The band had a great
part in the making of pep at the various athletic activities. Besides helping with the
Parent-Teachers programs, the band furnished music for the May exhibit, took part
in programs for the National Music Week, and played at the graduation exercises of
St. lV'ary's Academy. This band has entered the West Texas Chamber of Commerce
band contests to be held at 'Amarillo in June and we are confident that it will take
The officers for the year were:
ROYCE THOMPSON - - - 'vjresidenl
R. B. PARKINSON ecr yy-Treasurer
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"Che good song is worth a dozen speeches."
The Boys Glee Club has this year enrolled fifty-six Juniors and Seniors They
have sung in concert, broadcasted, and entertained city clubs. The Glee Club contrib-
uted much to the success of the Spanish operetta, "The Belle of Barcelona," given May 25.
The officers of the year were:
Tx-xss REEDER - - - President
JOE DURHAM - - Vice-President
FRANK MCLAIN - - Secretary-Treasurer
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"Music is H necessary part of one's education."
The Girls Choral Club is composed of sixty-five Juniors ancl Seniors. Their ac-
tivities for the year have been varied. The Club has given concert and radio programs,
and has contributed numbers on city and school club programs. With the assistance of
the Glee Club, Orchestra, and the Choral Club, the Seniors presented the operetta, "The
Belle of Barcelona" May 25.
The officers for the year were:
MARY WILKINSON - - - President
CAROL RULE - - - Vice-President
FRANCES PATTERSON - Secretary-Treasurer
l. Mary Wilkinson, Most Popular
Il. Lucile Roberts, WzZZz'esf
Ill. Catherine Coble, Best All Rauma'
IV. Willie Carter, Cafes!
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Golden Sandstorm 0 September I9 Clarendon Reserves 3
The Sandies met defeat in the first game of the season. The "hefty" reserves from
Clarendon College proved to be too much for the Sandies to "sand". The outstanding
feature of the game was Bassetfs tackling. The green team lacked the necessary ex-
perience and could not hold their own on the offensive. Heater and Miller received
painful injuries in the game.
C-olden Sandstorm 7 September 26 Canyon Eagles 24
The fast Eagles swooped down upon the Sandies in a hard and fast game and soared
high with the green team. The Sandies goal post was in constant danger because of their
weak defense against the E.agle's air attack. Bassett was the outstanding star of the day
but the Eagles were ever too fast for him. Bourn received a turned ankle, and several
substitutions were made. Of these, Pearce showed up best at end.
C-olden Sanclstorm 26 October 3 Pampa Harvesters 0
The C-olden Sandies won a hard fought battle with the Harvesters Coach Hays
presented a new and smooth working back-field with Bassett at quarter, Oakes and
Reeder at halves and Capt. Dowler at full. These reeled off gains consistently and
were very successful in breaking up the air offensive of the l-larvesters. Bassett and
Oakes made two touchdowns each. Bassett made his through the line while Oakes made
his upon runs after a pass, the last being an intercepted pass. The team, as a whole
showed much improvement and did fair to make things interesting for their opponents from
Golden Sandstorm 7 October I0 Canyon Yearlings 3
The Sandies won over the husky yearling crew by a 7-3 count. The game was a
-fast and hard fought one. The first lialf, the yearlings kicked a field goal after the
Sandstorm line tightened in front of them. ln the last half, Vaught went in at half for
Amarillo. A pass was ccmpleted by Bassett to Vaught who raced 4I yards for a touch-
down. Vaught kicked goal. I-loney was substituted for Heater in the first and third
quarters. Vaught was the only non-regular player substituted, Coach Hays attempting
to save his men for the coming class A. games.
Golden Sandstorm I0 October I6 Plainview Bulldogs I3
The Golden Sandstorm lost their first class A game of the season to the Plainview
Bulldogs by a I3-I0 count. The Bulldogs proved to be too fast and used better team-
work than the Sandies. Dowler kicked a field goal and made a touchdown, but the
Bulldogs could not be stopped by the Sanclies. Bassett's fumbles in the last half helped
the Bulldogs to keep the lead. Dowler missed a place kick in the last few minutes of
play. This game was later thrown out by the. League heads at Austin because of an in-
eligible man being played against the Sandies.
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Golden Sandstorm 36 October 24 Clovis, N. Mex., 7
The Sandies stepped out on the field and defeated the Clovis team by a score of
36 to 7. This looked more like a fighting football team than anything Amarillo had
approached this year. The Sandies seemed to have a newborn fighting spirit. The
Clovis bunch was lighter but was a very scrappy team. Stockton at end looked like a
new man although Clark and Bassett were invincible. All of the scoring was done on
straight football down the field with the exception of one recovered fumble across the
Clovis line. Gibson swapped lines with Fuqua and Bishop and Honey changed.
Golden Sandstorm 50 October 30 Lubbock Westerners 3
The Golden Sandstorm whipped into full style and gave the Westerners a terrific
defeat of 50 to 3. Both teams unleased an air attack and many passes were completed.
Clark was the star of the day. The first sensation of the game happened when Clark
,grabbed the ball from center and raced 31 yards for a touchdown making the score 6
to 3 in Amarillo's favor. Clark and 'Oakes were both hard for the visitors to stop.
C-olden Sandstorm ZI November l l Miami Warriors 7
The Sandies defeated the Miami Warriors here Armistice Day, Zl to 7 in a hard
fought game. The high-school exhibited more pep then than at any other previous time.
Dowler was the outstanding star, when he picked up a fumble of lVliami's and ran 78
yards for a touchdown. -Stockton received a broken collar bone and Hamilton was sub-
stituted for him. '
Golden Sandstorm I4 November 2I Wichita Falls Coyotes 7
"A terrific Sandstorm of Golden hue swept down from the Panhandle of Texas
this afternoon, enveloped a pack of 'Coyotes like a mighty whirlwind, and twisted and
squirmed, passed and plunged its way across the field to a glorious I4 to 7 victory over
Wichita Falls High and the Class A football championship of District one and of all
Northwest Texas", so said the Fort Worth Star Telegram. iAmarillo outplayed the
Red and Black Coyotes in every department of the game. Eleven first downs were made
by the Sandies and seven for the Coyotes. The Sandstorm completed four out of eleven
attempted passes for a total gain of 68 yards against two out of ten Iby the Coyotes who
netted but I9 yards. It would be hard to pick a star from the Sandies-they were all
stars. From end to end and from quarter to full back. they played the game and played
it well every minute. All who witnessed this game said they had never seen a better
high school battle.
Golden Sandstorm 32 November 26 Memphis Cyclones I4
The Golden Sandstorm with fury unabated continued its sweep of the Panhandle-
Plains district in the state high school grid race, when it smothered the sensational Mem-
phis Cyclone 32 to l4. A holiday crowd of 2,500 fans including 500 from Memphis
saw the Sandstorm enter the contest with its defensive week allowing the Cyclones to cross
the goal in the first five minutes of the play, then grow impregnable as the game wore on,
while its offensive never lacking, completely crushed the bi-district title holder of Con-
ference B in the last half. The backfield worked as a perfect unit Bassett and Dow-
ler plunging the line: Oakes skirting the ends and Clark breaking through for sensational
runs. For the first time in ten years, Amarillo was champion of all Northwest Texas.
Colden Sandstorm 0 December 2 Cisco Big Dam Loboes 76
The Big Dam Loboes won the West Texas Class A title from the Golden Sand-
storm before the Sandies got themselves set for play. The Loboes' defense was perfect.
The Sandies were not able to stop them. The Sandies only made four first downs while
the Loboes made eighteen. Clark, Dowler and Honey were the outstanding stars of the
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OLIN DOWLER-Full Back Captain
"Macc" proved to be a captain of ability
and earned his second letter in football this
year. He was a strong backfield man and
made many sensational gains. He was almost
invincible after he had a start. He did most
of our punting. lVloco will be a very strong
man next year, and we are glad to have him
CARTER BAssaTT--Quarter Back "Anthony"
i'Anthony" was a good man this year and
let the defense know it. l-le was a consistent
ground gainer. Anthony was a good passer
as well as a good intercepter.
l-le never quit hustling ancl he worked hard.
He will be back next year and great things
are expected of him. He is Captain-Elect.
JAMES OAKES-Left Half "Tate"
"Tate" was greased lightning this year and
was equally slick as he was fast. Tate was
always ready to tote the ball around encls or
through a hole for gains. Tate was always
full of life and peppy. We lose him this
year. Good luck to you Tate.
Rosmvr CLARK-Right Half "Bob"
"Bob" was the most consistent ground gainer
on the squad this year. Clark came from
Okla. and was a valuable man. He was fast
and when once started, was hard to stop. At
Cisco and Wichita Falls he showed up good.
EARL S'rocic'roN-Left End "Strip"
"Strip" made his second letter in football
this year. l-le was in all of the games until
he received a broken shoulder at the last of
the season. Strip is a valuable man and next
year, he will be more so. We are very, very
glad to have Strip back with us next year.
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HERBERT MILLER-Right End "Herb"
"Herb" won his second letter this year, and
was a very valuable man. Herb was famous
for scooping the hall out of the air and going
right down the field with it. He was a fast
man, and since he is leaving us, his position
will be very hard to fill next year.
DONALD HONEY--Right Guard "Honey"
Donald was an excellent man. Although
he was a new man he played remarkably well.
He knew the game and played it. Honey
could always he depended upon. Donald's
graduation is a loss to the Sandies.
JACK FUQUA-Center "Tububs"
jack was a new man for his head down
position. He showed up well all year. He
was strong on the defense. Next year, his
position will he hard to fill. Good luck to
you Jlaclr, we're for you.
Ross LARSEN-Righf Tackle "Swede"
"Swede" made a line fit for any ball club
himself. He could always he depended upon
to have an opening ready. He made the on-
ponents go around him for their gains. This
was his first year, and he will make a very
strong man next year.
JAMES UTTERBACK-Lefl Guard "Noisy"
"Noisy", although a new man, was in the
game enough to help carry his squad to victory
He lettered this year. He shifted positions
with several players.
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EARL Bisi-io?-Left Tackle "Big Bish"
Earl made his first letter in football this
year. His bulk made his opponent know that
he wasn't hitting a cream puff. When a
tackle was to be made around his position,
Earl was right there to participate. He will
make a mighty good man next year.
ARTIJUR HAMILTON Left End "Little Arthur"
Arthur proved to be a strong man this year.
l-le did not let his opponent stop him, but
either went over, around or under. He
proved to be quite a sensation. Next year
Arthur will till a position as valuable man.
EDWARD PEARCE-Right End "Percy"
"Percy" was a newcomer this year. He
held down end until he became ill and then
was out of the game for a while. Edward
seemed young at the game, but next year
great things are expected of him.
LAWRENCE BOURN-Left Tackle "Bill"
"Bill' received his training in the army,
but nevertheless, he used it in football. He
seemed to be a "Big Bertha" when a hole was
neieded. l-le learned the game fast and
applied his knowledge. We hope he will be
back next year as he is a valuable man.
FRED REEDER-Quarter Back "Tass"
"Tass" was a good man for the squad this
year. l-le used his head and usually used it
to advantage. He was always fighting and
was one of those responsible for the squad's
victory. Tass's position will be very hard to
fill next year.
BEDFORD G1BsoN-Center "Bed"
"Bed" was right in bucking when Jack was
not. Gibson seemed a little young at the
game this year. He is expected back next
JOE BOYER-Lcfl Guard "Josephine"
joe was a hard and consistent worker. He
was always ready to go and was always
fighting. "Josephine" tried hard and played
several games with the first squad
ALLEN HEATER1Rigl1l Guard "Utility"
Allen came out with the bunch. but an in-
jury received in the first part of the season
held him back considerably. He played
FRANK BORDEN--Lefl End "Borden"
Frank played with the first string in several
games and showed very good form. He
promises to make a very good player next
HAROLD NUNN-Right Half "Nunn"
Harold showed up mighty good this year
and worked hard. He was on the second
string bunch and promised to be a good man
for next ycar's squad.
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GILMORE NQUNN' "'Fennie"
That peppy Fennie! He certainly was
a box of pepper! When the spirits of
the rooters began to lag, when the various
athletic teams were up against seemingly
unsurmountable barriers, then Gilmore
proved his worth. Gilmore was a dandy
POLLY HARRis "Poll"
At every pep rally, at every game, out
on the field of battle, Polly was always
there, keeping up the spirits of the root-
ers and the team. We attribute a great
degree of the pep manifested by the stu-
dents of Amarillo High to Polly's ability
as a yell leader.
PRESTON Fowuuzs "Pres"
And Preston was another enthusiast.
He was always on the job, and never
failed to unleash his pep at every game.
When the victory of the team seemed
clouded, Preston's pep shone as a ray of
sunshine, ever, ever, helping his team to
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The Colden Sandstorm Basketball team, although made up of first year men had
a successful season. Coach Hays worked his 'hoys hard and kept them m good training
The Nat was the only court available in Amarillo that was suitable for practice
The squad worked together very well, and only a few times did they work incon
sistently. Due to the fact that our school had no gymnasium, Coach l-lays had to develop
his squad out of green material.
We wish the squad better results next year.
The results of the game played are:
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EARL Srocrcron-Center "Strip"
"Strip" made his third basketball letter
this year. He played excellent basketball
and always had a fighting spirit. He will
be back next year and a place is reserved
for him. He acted as Captain after
LLOYD Towmzs-Guard "Tires"
"Thus" came out at the first of the sea-
son and played in most of the games. l-le
never stopped fighting and was always
hustling. He was one who was responsible
for the squad's pep. He is Captain-Elect.
EARL Bisr-to?-Guard "Oil"
Earl started out for training in good
style and played consistently during the
latter part of the season. He was young
at the game but developed fast. Next
year he will be back and will fill a posi-
tion as a valuable man.
LEON YOCHAM-Foru-ard "lkey"
"lkey" was the star forward this year,
and was high point man. He played in
most of the games and was very fast and
tricky. He will be back next year and
great things are expected of him.
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WILBUR Bnnnows-Forward "Slim"
"Slim" came out for his first time this
year and played basketball through the
entire season. Slim showed a lot of fight
and pep. He was quick to grasp the
gamelland next year his place will be hard
to fi .
KENNETH TRAVIS-Forward "Alfonso"
"Alfonso" was a new man to the bas-
ketball squad. He played in several
games. He showed good fighting spirit.
He will be back next year and will be a
great help to the squad.
jon BOYER-Center "Josephine"
"Josephine" was out all year and held
down his post well. He played in several
games but was used as a substitute. Al-
though he did not letter he showed very
good form and in all was a good man.
Ross LARSEN-Guard "Swede"
"Swede" came out with the rest of the
squad and played in several games of the
season. He was used as a substitute most
of the time. "Swede" was new at the
game and next year he will be a valuable
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Top Row-Griggs, Carter, Till, Clark, Boydston, Baker
Middle Row-Nelson, Cazzell, C-aut, Huke, Floyd
Bottom Row-Bennett, Tate. Rowe
MRS. C. P. ATWQOD - ---- Coach
The Girls Basketball team of Amarillo High School was organized in October
1925. With steady practicing and the excellent coaching of lVlrs. Atwood the team
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was soon in me s ape for the coming games. The first two games were with Canyon
and Vega. These games were lost but the girls were not discouraged and entered
the fi ht 'th d ' . I ' ' ' ' '
g wi renewe vigor n the following games, the girls tied the score with Clar-
endon, won the game with Hereford easily, and won the second game with Ve b
ga y a
high score. The last game of the season was played with Hereford, resulting in a tied
The Girls team has been greatly handicapped this year by the lack of a suitable
indoor court- and regular outdoor practicing was made impossible by the winter weather.
We hope that next year the building will be provided with a new gym where they can
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After a few days of workout at the beginning of the track season, the annual A B C
meet was held. ,lack Melton, a class C man, was high point man of all classes and
thereby holds the George Lindsay trophy for one year. Class A was won by Clark with
23 points and Class B was won by F. Borden with 221,.Q points.
On March 3 the Sophomores defeated the Freshmen in a track meet by a 65-36
count. Clark was high-point with a total of 25 points. I-le was followed by F. Borden
with 1914 and McLeod with I8 points.
On March 5 the Juniors defeated the Seniors 63 to 46. Stockton was high-
points man with 25 points. Next to him was Miller with Zl points and Boyer with
On March l3, the Sandies track squad won from the Claude track squad by 3
count of 86 to 23 points. Miller was high point man with I5 points to his credit.
Boyer and Stockton of Amarillo finished second and third respectively.
Herb Miller, captain of the Sandies Track Team, defeated his team-mates in
the first cross country run ever held in Amarillo, on March I6. l-lis time was 25
minutes for the 4 mile course. Hamilton was second just a few yards behind Miller.
Boyer and Barton finished third and fourth respectively. Fourteen entered and virtu-
ally all of them finished the gruelling four mile course.
The Sandies were again victorious by defeating Clarendon on March 20, by a
count of 83 to 64 points. Stockton with I6 points was high point man. Naylor of
Clarendon was second with 1454 points and Miller and Clark, Amarillo, tied for
third place with 13 points each. Stockton broke the javelin record of District One
with a throw of I46 feet and l inch.
On April 3, for the second consecutive year, the Golden Sandstorm of Amarillo
High triumphed over all opposition to win the annual Abernathy Inter-County Meet,
with a total of 58 points. Lubbock, Plainview. Floydada, Littlefield and Lockney
finished in the order named. Stockton of Amarillo was high point man. Bowen,
Lubbock, was second, and Clark, Amarillo, third. Amarillo has won this cup two
out of three years it has been up for competition.
On April 24, the Sandies track squad won its fourth consecutive District One
track and field meet championship with 42 points. Featuring the scoring of the Sandies
was the work of Stockton, englongated all round man who scored Zl points for in-
dividual honors He set a new district record for the discuss, tossing the plate ll2
feet. 'Olakes lowerd the 220 yard dash negotiating that distance in 23 2-5 seconds.
At the same time the inelligible Sandies took third place at the Goodwell, Okla.
meet with a total of 30 points. Clark was high point man with a total of ZBML
The second cross country run of the season was run on April 29, on a four mile
course. Hamilton, speedy miler, completed the curse in ZI min. 34 2-5 seconds, more
than three minutes under the first record. Knupp surprised the crowd by coming in second.
as he was not a track man. Medals were presented by the Gibson Drug to the first six
to finish, and a bronze trophy was presented to the winner by Mr. George Lindsay. Other
boys to get medals were Boyer, Barton, Boyce, and Clark, finishing in the order named.
Following these mdal boys were McLeod, Thompson, Williams, Mathews and Allen
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HERBERT MILLER-Captain "Herb"
"Herb" made an excellent leader, be-
ing a hard trainer at all times. He has
run at various times the l00 yd. dash,
220 yd. low hurdles, 440 yd. dash, and
number four in the relay. He will be
sorely missed next year as he is a Senior.
Success to you "Herb."
EARL S'rocK'roN-Captain-Elect "Strip"
"Strip" was high point man in the Dis-
trict Meet at Canyon, scoring twenty-one
points. He won first place in the two
hurdle races, and the discus throw, es-
tablishing a record in the latter. He also
tied for first place in the high jump and
won third place in the javelin throw.
ROBERT CLARK "Bob"
ln mid-season, "Bob" was ruled in-
elligible for Texas High School competi-
tion. He represented Amarillo in an in-
vitation meet at Coodwell, Olcla., and
came away high point man, establishing
four records. He won the l00 yd. dash,
220 yd. dash, 22 yd hurdles and the broad
jump, and placed in other events.
CLARENCE WARREN-Manager "Fats"
"Fat" won his spurs last year as chief
assistant to "Bull Parr' and consequently
has rendered efficient service as our man-
ager. He is a man of many words and
few actions. He can work when he has
to, provided the audience is appreciative.
H. G. WILSON Coach
This year's team is the fourth consecu-
tive district winner, and the fifth winner
of Coach Wilson's six years of service
with us. This year's team was built
around only two letter men, and is the best
in the history of the school. To Mr. Wil-
son's ability as a coash is attributed the
great degree of success marked by tllil
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FRANK BARTON "Barton"
This is Frank's second year on the
squad and his first on the team. He ran
the two hurdle races and number two on
the relay. He is the champion hard luck
man of the squad, losing first in the Dis-
trict low hurdles by a hard spill. He has
another year, and with an even break,
will be hard to beat.
FRANK BORDEN "Borden"
Frank served on the squad last year but
this his first year on the team. He runs
440. number one on the relay, and enters
the high jump. His best race was in the
quarter at Abernathy. He has ambitions
to be a high-hurdler. He should be a
vastly improved athlete next year.
jon Bovtan "Empress"
"Empress" started out like a house afire
but burned almost down before the season
closed. This was his second year on the
squad. He entered the l20 yd. high
hurdles, the 220. the discus throw, the
shot put and the broad jump. He tried
at all times. He is a Senior.
JAMES OAKES "Tate"
"Tate" came out for track for his first
time this year. His natural athletic abil-
ity stood him well in hand and, though suf-
fering a broken shoulder bone he was able
to break the District record in the 220.
He also placed second in the l00 and
third in the high-jump. He is a Senior
and his place will be hard to fill.
KENYON Rocxwsu. "Ken"
"Ken" was eligible for the first time in
his high school history. He was held
back by a severe case of flu. He is an
ambitious chap and scored in the broad
jump and relay at the District meet. With
an even break, next year he should be
able to take care of our sprints and broad
jump to a "Queen's taste."
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ARTHUR HAMILTON "Little Arthur"
Arthur made the team his first year out.
He ran the mile, showing better form and
time on this race each time out. We ex-
pect him to be a world-beater next year.
RICHARD GALLE "Dick"
"Dick" in his second year out made us
a scoring half-miler. He improved con-
sistently and next year should make us a
Wru.rAM FLIPPIN "Flip"
"Flip" came to us from Wichita Falls
only a few days before the District meet.
Scholastic difficulties kept him out of this
meet, however he scored at the Goodwell
meet in the I00, 200 yd. low hurdles, jave-
lin throw, l20 yd. high hurdles and the
pole vault. He will make an excellent
all-round man next year.
ROBERT Pucrcnrr "Puck"
"Puck" came out late for track this
year and qualified for the District Meet
in the shot put and javelin throw. He
took first in theijavelin throw at Abernathy
and improved consistently thereafter. He
is a Senior.
LEON Yocr-:AM "Ikey"
"lkey" ran the 880 yd. run and did the
pole vault for us. He was a hard trainer,
but had to ease up toward the end of the
season. We expect better things of him
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ALBERT Bovcs "Tags"
"Tags" came out late and was handi-
capped hy the flu. He, however, de-
veloped into a good quarter miler and a
fair sprinter. He should go "Great guns"
Coovm Dawn "Admiral"
"Admiral" waited until his senior year
to try out for track. His lone event was
the pole vault and he showed consistent im-
provement in this event. He leaves with
our best wishes.
RECTOR WIMBERLY "Rec"
Rector essayed late in the season to be
shot putter and a javelin thrower. His
late start handicapped him, but we know
he has very good possibilities if he but
continues his efforts wherever he may
choose to go.
jack MCLEOD "jack"
jiaclc has excellent possibilities in both
the mile run and the discus throw if he
will get ambitious. He qualified for the
finals this year in the discus throw at the
District Meet. Self-confidence will make
him hard to heat
STANLEY HAGAN "Stan"
"Stan" was another of our later starters.
He qualified as an entry of our in the
District Meet in the half mile run. More
consistent work next year should see him
a regular point winner.
SHARP McCu1.LoucH "Shoip"
'iSharp" was one of our prospects from
last year and would have developed into
a good half-miler but for the flu. He
ran the half-mile in the District Meet and
should make good with a vengeance next
BARM-:TT THOMPSON "Barrett"
"Barrett" was one of our mile runners
this year. He can be a sure point winner
next year with more regular training. His
best race of the year was run at the District
WESLEX' MCDONALD "Orch"
"Otch" has wonderful possibilities as a
sprints man. We hope that he starts early
next year and stays with it consistently.
EARL PEARCE "Little Pearce"
"Little Pearce" came out when "Big
Pearce" quit and showed promise as 8
distance runner. More consistent training
will make a good man of him.
DURWARD GORDON "Dirty"
"Dirty" was ineligible this year but
practiced consistently for next year. He
scored fourth in the 50 at Coodwell and
ran a lap on our relay team there. If
eligible, he should be a valuable man
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There were fifteen men out for the squad, and our doubles team of the year before
was back, so prospects were very bright. However, the weather and other outside in-
fluences prevented our team from getting under full steam". We broke even with Claude,
Flenniken and Knupp winning the doubles handily while Bishop lost the. singles after a
hard struggle. Next came our meet with Clarendon in which Bishop and McAfee de-
feated the Clarendon second team and Flenniken and Knupp won by default when the
Clarendon first team failed to show up. They followed an even break with Canyon
when Flenniken and Knupp lost a close three'set match and Bishop won with the loss of
only one game.
A six set meet with Miami was rained out and a three-set return meet with Canyon
was rained out.
Bishop and McAfee represented us in the District Meet in the doubles while Knupp
represented us in the singles. Our showing in this years meet could have been much better
had the weather permitted.
The prospects for next year are the brightest in tlse history of the school. Several
tournaments are in the making for this summer and the early fall and, if constant practice
will count, we will have tennis teams that will bear watching next season.
The girl's tennis team was organized this spring, by Mrs Atwood, this being the
first time ir' several years that a girls team has been formed. The squad consisted of two
doubles and one singles team. Askew and Townsend, and Cazzell and C-aut were the
dowbles teams and Roberts played the singles. Askew and Townsend represented Ama-
rillo in the doubles at the Clarendon meet and at the District Interscholastic League Meet
at Canyon, while Roberts represented Amarillo in the singles. Both teams had a very
good showing at these meets. With consistent practice throughout the summer as is now
planned, the girls should develop a championship team for next year. It is our firm be-
lief that Amarillo will take all honors in both boys' and girls' tennis in the Panhandle
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BILL FLENNIKEN "Bill"
"Bill" was paired with Knupp in
doubles this year and was winner in the
only singles tournament the weather per-
mitted us to complete. He lettered this
year, and should make a strong laid in the
singles competition of the district next
PAUL KNUPP "Cut-Up"
"Cut Up" paired with Flenniken. won
Iwo doubles matches this year and lost one.
He represented us in singles at the District
Meet. He will be lost to us next year by
graduation. Luck to you, Paul.
EARL BisHoP "Oil"
"Oil" was captain of our team this year
and with McAfee represented us in the
District Meet. The weather man and de-
bating kept him from striking his stride
this year, but we expect great things from
him next year.
LANE MCAFEE "Cicero"
"Cicero", with Bishop, was runner-up
in the District Meet in doubles last year
and they were defeated lay only the run-
ner-up team this year in the second
round. With more practice, he should be
hard to beat next year.
Rorcg THOMPSON "Royce"
Royce entered only the singles this year
and was hard to beat in a short match.
He is a Senior. He was fifth ranking
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ALWARD WHITE "Awkward"
"Awkward" was sixth ranking singles
man and played doubles with Doud. He
will be back next year.
COLEMAN BARNHILL 'icole-man"
"Coleman" proved thc dark horse of the
singles tournament. He has several years
ahead of him and should develop into an
excellent singles man. He was with C.
Gilliam in the doubles.
JAMES WARD "james Rainwater"
James is our eighth ranking singles play-
e rand was paired with Buchanan in the
doubles. He is a Senior, and leaves us
EDWARD DOUD "Ed"
"Ed" is our ninth ranking player and
played doubles with White. He will be
with us next year and we believe he will
develop into a swift player. .
Gus Lrzrrwicx-1 "Gussie"
"'Gussi-e" is our tenth ranking player and
played doubles with Harty. At one time,
rain prevented them representing the school
in a doubles contest. He should he better
josrari-um: TOWNSEND "jo"
"jo" was captain of our team this year
and with Aslcew represented Amarillo at
the District Meet at Canyon. She was
a fast player and always "did her stuff."
We expect her, together with Askew, to
walk off with the bacon next year.
MARY Louisa Asiczw "Boots"
"Boots" was a good player, and showed
fine form is her game at Canyon. This
was her first year and next year she will
improve greatly. "Boots and jo" should
beat everything next year.
l..UClLLE Roslznrs "Sis"
"Sis" went out for singles this year and
played in the semiffinals at Canyon,
XVe're sorry this is her last year in "High"
for we have great future hopes for her in
tennis. Good luck to you "Sis."
BONITA CAZZELL "Bob"
"Bob", with her partner, Gaut, did good
worlc this year. She didn't qualify for
the Canyon meet, but she intends to go 'out
for singles next spring and should be hard
MILDRED CAUT "Milly"
"Milly" played doubles with Cazzell
this spring. She was new at the game,
but picked it up rapidly. She will prove
a valuable player next year.
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At the first of the season, Coach Hays had to whip a new team around four letter
men from last year. Bassett was elected Captain.
The first games of the season were played with the West Texas State Teachers
College from Canyon, and the Canyon l-ligh School. These games were played for prac-
tice and to get a line-up on the players. Several shifts were made after these games The
boys then settled clown to work in their positions.
Amarillo lacked a good pitching staff this year as Bassett was the only old head on
the team. Larsen and Fairey were used when needed.
Among the teams met and defeated by the Sandies were Canyon High, two games.
Slaton, and Lubbock, two games. Those teams that defeated the Sandies were: Plain-
view and West Texas State Teachers College.
The team for next year has bright prospects for a very successful season. Several
old men will be back and with Coach l-lays' training, should develop a championship
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CARTER BAssE'rT, Capt. Ptchr. "'Anthony"
This was Carter's third year in Base-
ball. He pitched and played first base.
He throws and bats with his fork hand.
He showed good form this year and greater
things are expected of him next year.
ALLEN HEATER, Catcher "Utility"
Allen played his first year of high
school baseball this year. He was a real
back stop. He had lots o' pep and was
hustling all the time.
FRED REEDER. Catcher "Tan"
This was "Tass' " first year in baseball
and he possessed the ear marks of a real
catcher. Tass improved consistently in the
game. He throws and bats left handed.
AUDEAN FAIREY, First Base ' Cinch"
Audean played first base when Bassett
pitched. He developed into a valuable
player during the season. Audean bats
and throws right handed.
DONALD TROLINGER, Manager "Dash"
"Dash" was manager of the Golden
Sandstorm Baseball Nine this year. He
kept the team hustling and did all that was
in his power for his team.
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LLOYD TowNEs, Second Base "Thus"
"Thos" was in baseball for his first time
this year. He was held back for a while
on account of an attaclc of pneumonia, but
soon recovered and went back with the
team. His knowledge of the game and his
aggressiveness proved a big asset to the
AUBREY FAIREY, Third Base "Cum"
Aubrey played his second year on the
team this year. He was one of the most
consistent hitters on the team. l-le had
a wonderful throwing arm. l-le will be
back next year and will place as a valuable
WooDsoN LEEPER, Short Stop "Leeper"
"l..eeper" played his first year of base-
ball during the past season. He filled
short stop in a very creditable manner. He
was always fighting and observed the rules
EARL BoYLr.s, Short Stop "Epp"
was always upon his toes and
working hard. l-le covered the territory
between second and third and has a good
arm for first.
Ross LARSEN, Right Field "Swede"
"Swede" takes the pitcher's box when
his time comes around. l-le throws and
bats right handed. He possessed a lot of
stuff in him and learned to control it. He
was a "hitting pitcher."
PAUL Nlmoows, Outfielder 'Pablo"
Paul played both positions of catcher
and outfielder. He worked hard and be-
fore the end of the season, developed into
a valuable man.
PAUL GORE, Left Field "Gorey"
Although this was Paul's first year on
the team, he made a very good player.
He played left field and the lot never got
too big for him. He was everywhere, and
when it comes to "old hickory" he was
EL1.swoR'rH Bunn, Center Field "Red"
"Red" played his third year of base-
ball this season. He never failed to take
a chance and in fact he was a glutton
after baseballs in the outfield. He was a
KENNETH TRAVIS, Second Base "Kenny"
Travis played second base in his first
year of baseball. He was a hard worker
and possessed a strong arm which gives
promise of making him a real player. He
trained very hard.
Louis R1D1Ncs, Pitcher "Columbo"
Ridings showed up very well for a be-
ginner. He had all the stuff in him that
it takes to make a baseball player. He
leaves us this year as he is a Senior.
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"When your heart goes out to the team you love,
And your soul cries out to win,
You will be paid for all you have spent:
For victory will come in the end."
We take this means of expressing the sincere thanks of the Student Body of Ama-
rillo l-ligh to those who have freely given their time and efforts to make the various ath-
letic activities of our school a success.
We appreciate the work of Mr. A. B. l-lays, coach of football, basketball and
baseball, in producing the champion football team of Northwest Texas, and the excellent
basketball and baseball teams. His ability as a coach is portrayed in these teams. We
also thank Messrs. Hull and Dutton for their assistance in coaching our boys.
We are grateful for the endeavors of Coach Wilson in developing the strongest track
team of which Amarillo has ever boasted. We thank him for his great interest in coach-
ing the tennis teams l-le has our gratitude.
Cur thanks are due to Mrs. C. P. Atwood for the great interest she has taken in
training material for the various girl's athletic activities. She has been a very good coach.
We appreciate her work.
We especially wish to give our thanks to Mr. George Lindsay, the Golden Sand-
storm's staunchest supporter. The great interest he has taken in the high school athletic
teams is deeply appreciated by the entire student body. We will always have a warm spot
in our hearts for "Uncle George."
To the Golden Sandstorm Booster Club, we are grateful. The support these busi-
ness men of Amarillo have given our teams is sincerely appreciated. Their cooperation
has been splendid for which they have our many thanks.
Page One Hundred Twenty-Six
LINES FROM WELL KNOWN FACULTY BULLSL
I've looked and looked for Maggie Avent.
Oh, where, oh where, can she have went?
Now I can say of Miss Boatright
That she runs around too much at night.
Orville Headrick's such a flapper,
I'd like to take my mit and slapper.
A. B. Hays.
Mr. Mc's light step in the hall
Don't put no scare into me at all.
I think I'm prettier than Marcella,
But goodness gracious don't dare tella.
There's one thing true of Florence .Atwood
That she can spit just like a cat would.
Stand still, sun: I want to shine:
Stand still, or you're no sun of mine.
Requiescat in pace, Mr. Duttong
He got that way 'by eating mutton.
Anna Mae Klapproth with nose in the air,
Said with a sneer, "I won't bob my hair."
If he could rise and hear me speak,
Poor Patrick Henry would get "seek",
My name's Ophelia Wesley and I have a wicked eye,
For when I look at some kids, I hear them puff and
Kathleen's form so debonair
Stretches far into the air.
Two bob-cats kindly gave their hides
To make that coat for Vonna's sides.
Silas Hart one summer day
Raked the meadows so they say.
If Louise Russell can teach school
Then I'm a dunce upon a stool.
I'd like to make a decent dress
So Cora Russell could look her best.
There's Mr. I-lull and Mr. Wise,
The sight of them sure hurts my eyes.
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THIS DERN EDUCATION
Say, this education, Brother,
Ain't cracked up ter what it's said.
For this readin', writinl, rithmetic,
just ruins a body's head.
It don't git yer any vietuals,
An' Lord and Goodness knows
It clon't settle with th' grocer
Or the haberdash, yer clothes.
It's yer muscles, does th' bus' ness,
For yer brains don't show- no how,
When you're foolin' with a shovel
Or a pick or horse and plow.
Can't yer see what makes yer money?
Can't yer see it's not yer head?
Can't yer see it's labor makes you?
And not larnin' as it's said?
"Mrs. Brint, why is Mr. Hays bald-headed ?"
"Because he thinks so much."
"Then why do you have so much hair, Mrs Brint?"
To hear Miss Wesley talk reminds us of this:
"I chatter, chatter as I go,
To join the brimming river,
For men may come and men may go,
But I go on foreverf,
If you want to get up with the sun, don't stay up so late with the
' Carter Bassett: I once loved a girl who made a fool out of me.
Betty Meyer: What a lasting impression some girls make.
The collector came last night
And took my rug, you see,
I've had lots of splinters ever since,
Oh, bring back my rug to me.
Miss Smith Cin English Class? : "Tass, take this sentence:
'Lead the cow from the pasturef What Mood?"
Tass: "The cow, Miss Smith."
Murrell: "I suppose you dance?"
Boots: "O yes, I love to."
Murrell: "Creat! That beats dancing any time!"
'Tis better to have spring and fall than never to have spring at all.
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The more you study, the more you know.
The more you know, the more you forget.
The more you forget- the less you know.
So why study?
The less you study, the less you know.
The less you know, the less you forget.
The less you forget, the more you know.
So why study?
SEEIVIS ODD DOESN'T IT P
Damon Blake-"Give me a cigarette."
Mr. Dutton-"If you'd study, you could pass, Reeder."
Mary Wilkinson-"I can't go Franz I've got a date tonite."
Felix Emmett-"You say you haven't seen Bill Lemons over at the Drug Store
Betty Oliver-"I..et's see-you can have a date two weeks from now, I believe,-
no-I've got one then too. Sorry."
Mr. Rogers--"Bill, where were you Friday evening?
Nell Williams-"I haven't seen Tale all day."
Red Ballard-"No. I never laugh. I'm always so serious."
When some big Prune,
The son of a Nut,
Nfarries a Lemon,
And the Pear
I-Iave a Peach of a daughter,
With Cherry lips,
And Roses in her cheeks,
I-Iow can you believe in Biology?
"Have you heard the underwear song?"
"No, how does it go ?"
"I underwear my baby is tonight."
He thought a thought, but the thought he thought was not thought he thought he
Miss Walker: "Something is preying on James L's mind."
Bill Lemons: "Don't worry, it will die of starvation."
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OUR ALPI-IAB ET
A is for Askew, at tennis a champ.
She's also a star when "Mui" she does vamp.
B is for Bassett, our "girl shy" star
Whose fame in football is heard near and far.
C is for Carol, a most beautiful girl,
With charming ways and her golden curls.
D is for Donald, both Trolinger and Honey,
We bet they'll "climb high" and make lots of money.
IS for Ewing, La Airosa's Editor-in-chief,
l'le'll gain future fame is our firm belief.
F is for Fenni, who never has a care,
Not another you'll find who's so fair and so square.
G is for Gregg, better known as "Fat",
He rarely is seen unless in the company of "Pat",
H is for Herb, to whom much credit is due,
Football star, track man and "Ladies man" too.
I is for Izzy, who izze, who izle?
We don't dnow and we're much too busy.
J is for jane, good old steadfast Jane,
If in need of a friend, just go to Jane
K is for Kittye, the high school vamp,
l"lere's one thing sure, you can't say she's damp.
I.. is for Lemons, two brothers they are,
And as for good sports, they're the "tad-poles cigar."
M is for Margaret. with her cute "boyish bob,"
And speaking of "Flames", she has a mob.
IS for Neely, better known as '6lVlul,"
When you are with him timeill never grow dull.
O is for Olin, the big hefty guy,
Whose motto on the field is "Never say die."
is for Pal, with her adorable smile
That makes you wish you could linger a while.
Q is an exception, with which nothing will rhyme,
Try if you will, but don't waste your time.
R is for Red Ballard, with her silly little giggle,
Look out fellows, for 'tis said she's quite fickle.
S is for Strip, who is tall and quite lanky,
When he's in the crowd, no cne's ever cranky,
T is for Tate, who will go down in folk lore,
As a giving a touchdown when we cried for one more.
U is for Utterback, who'll gain much fame,
How lucky we were, when to our school he came.
V is for Vineyard, widely known as "Chick,"
She likes all the boys, every Tom, Harry and Dick.
W is for Wilkinson, our own darling Mary,
When you gaze at her, you can't help being Merry.
X is for Freshman, as yet unknown,
But in a year or two they will come to their own.
Y is for Yocham- who is another athlete,
I heard a girl say, "Oh, he is so sweet."
Z is for Zallee, who has lots of pep,
When you see her, you'll find "Fay", "Nell" and Bet."
' -Jo Townsend, '27
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It's the place to visit and shop --- the year 'round.
RUSSELL Sc COCKRELL, Inc.
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and the friendly, helpful service that makes them
successful are recognized and appreciated.
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"Nine," said the nurse.
"But I ordered medicine for ten."
"Yes, but one wouIdn't take it."
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"Mother, what is that tramp doing with that piece of wrapping paper?"
"Hush, darling that is an Amarillo High School graduate with his di-
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"You don't have to wait."
"Don't you think there should he more clubs for women?"
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510 Polk St.
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Clifford Lane: No, darlingg it always snows.
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Phones 472 and 2422
Fish: l don't know.
Soph: I forgot.
Junior: l clon't remember.
Senior: Well, l can't acld anything to what's been said.
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2 "Mark Every Grave"
I 800 Taylor Phone 76
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Charles S: W'hy, how's that?
Tom S: Don't they hold up trains out there?
"How is it that you always let your wife have her own way?
"I tried to stop her once."
I PANHANDLE MOTOR CO.
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CI-IAS. A. GREEN
President Sec.,-Mgr. Vice-Pres.
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NINETEEN YEARS IN AMARILLO
A Quarter Million Dollar Institution
It has been our pleasure to furnish your Father's
we may soon have an opportunity to furnish yours.
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Taylor at Sixth
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THE VILLAGE SENIORS
Under their spreading caps and gowns
The Senior Class did standg
The class, a mighty class it was
With gold and yellow bands.
And the crowd did yell with a mighty roar
And all the mothers did weep.
The Seniors walked upon the stage
Like a flock of frightened sheep.
Their brows were wet with dishonest sweat.
Their caps and gowns did sway.
They dared not gaze on each others face,
For they cheated where ere they may.
Week in week out-from day to day
You could hear them snapping gum
For a motley crowd was this Senior Classg
Some beautiful and some very dumb.
They went on week days to the school,
And mingled with their friendsg
They heard the teachers shout and rave,
And with laughter did bend.
And so as the teachers sighed with delight
On this happy commencement dayg
The Senior's faces did glow with a lightg
' That was never meant to stay.
"Where are you going daughter?"
"Down stairs to get some water."
"In your night gown?"
"No, in this pitcher."
What could a better excuse for not handing in an English theme to IVIiss
Smith than to say you were carrying it in your pocket and the wind blew it
out and a cow ate it up?
TAKEN FROM SIMON LUIVIPKINS DIARY I926
Monday-Lane tried to hug me again tonight.
Tuesday-He tried again.
Thursday-I-Ie said, if I didn't Iet him, he would drive the car in a ditch
and kill us all.
Friday-I saved six lives tonight.
Fritz Seewald, showing his lack of knowledge in a chemistry exam said, "I
know where carbonate but Miss Warren, where in heavens name did iodine?"
Mr. Rogers sent little Bob I-Iiginbotharn home on Senior Kid day because
his panties were too short.
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The Home of Direct Action Gas Ranges
General Hardware, Queensware, and Sporting Goods
460 Polk St. Phone 191
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"Bill" E: Ever had economics?
"Carm": No! just measles ancl smallpox.
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PATTON'S FINE TAILQRING
Cleaning and Pressing Satisfies
Suits to Order 409W Polk St.
- S20 to S60 - Amarillo, Texas
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Franklin-Nog you certainly have not!
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J. W.-Oh, he swallowed a couple of times.
Mr. Hays-But how can swallowing a couple of times hurt him?
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I "Service and Quality Always" Free Delivery
I Phone 2600 60612 Polk St.
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Mr. Wilson-ITO Marvin who was selling rubber snubbersl "Well,
how many orders clicl you get today?
Sissom--l got two orders in one place.
Wilson-What were they?
Sissom-One was to get out, and the other was to stay out.
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A TREATISE ON TESTUBES
How dear to my heart, are the scenes of my schooldays,
When fond recollection recalls them to view.
The studyhall, classes, particularly chemistry,
And all the loved spots that my schooldays knew.
The chemistry lab, and the storeroom by it,
The flasks that broke whenever they fell,
The desk of Miss Warren, the supply table nigh it,
And even the glass testubes that always broke so well.
Those fragile glass testubes,
Those breakable testubes,
Those D---glass testubes that broke when they fell.
-icatherine Dohoney-' 2 7.
THE WRITE WAY
l-le had lent her his pen.
"lt writes beautifully," said she
"l'm in love with the holder." said he.
She saw the point.
A girl to be popular today must powder her face and neck.
"Miss Breining is sick in bed today."
"ls that so? What's the complaint?"
"No complaint. E.verybody's satisfied."
Do you know how rats get in here?
Like the bright sun above is to the flowers.
Like the blue sky which kisses the tree.
Like the birds which bring fragrance in showers.
You are like that to me.
fThe above little ditty was Written in Miss Humphries' Eco class and
placed in a certain staff membefs note book. Will the author please give us
Miss Klapproth: "Thanks very much for letting me ride home."
James Ward CA flaming youthl: That's allright, don't mention it."
Miss K.: "I won't, don't you."
Why did you laugh at that stale joke just now? We heard it four years
"The gentleman we were talking to was Mr. Wilson, my math professor.
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Your Service Station
Across the Street
Good gasoline, Good oils and Good service
USE IT ALL
HIGH SCHOOL SERVICE STATION
K. G. Charlesworth
1301 Polk "Service First" Phone 3225
George Tate: You're my very breath.
Winona G.: Then hold your breath.
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Miss Bradley: Have you any eggs that have no chickens in them?
Grocer: Yes, ma'am, duck eggs.
"Doing It Better"
i than the next man, has given us a reputation which
i we propose to hold on to--at all costs.
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I EDWARDS STUDIO
g 6042 Polk St. Phone 710
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I 417 Polk St. Phone 79
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Paul Nl: What are you doing now?
Morton R: "Buying old wells, sawing them up, and selling them for
Joe D. Why do they always call a ship a "shell"
John G. Well, that's because the riggin' costs so much.
1 POOL DRUG COMPANY 1
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i Many Suitable Gifts for Graduates E
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: Amarillo Hotel Building I
"l am sorry l married you," sobbed the bride.
"You ought to be," he repliecl, "you cheated some other girl out of a
mighty fine husband."
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i Providing Comfortable Homes and Stores in which to live and clo 'l
T business has been my specialty for a long timeg l either rent them or sell i
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Bill F. and
Dutch B, Eleanor G.,
Paul K. and
lVlade a very fine
Bill het .Io
That he could
Without touching her
After some persuasion jo
Took up the
Turned her smiling face
Towards the azure
And puckered up her little
Everything was very, very
Romantic! Suddenly the
Planted a hot passionate
Her rosehud lips. and
"l'lere's your nickle,
But really now,
WHY PROFS. GO INSANE
"Will you please repeat the question?"
"lVlay we write this test with a pencil?"
"Do We have to sign the pledge,"
"!V!ust we quit when the bell rings?"
"Have we any optiona!s?"
"I have been to the office, the reason l was late
"l know what it was but l can't think."
"l have my theme written. but l forgot it this
"Are our test papers graded yet?"
A MODEL LETTER
just a line
Can never rest
For Lit. l had
To learn a verse
Won a game
Food's the same
lVlost a wreck
Send a check
Mother fto precious infant! 3 "johnny, go wash your face and neck.
johnny: "Neck who, ma?"
Franklin: "l lack a few more lines of having this column filled."
Jo: "l would suggest that you write another joke about neckingf'
Photographer: Cto Aileen Lively? "Now lVliss Lively look sweet
One, Two, Three. Now you may resume your natural expression."
"You herd me." said the Sheep to the Shepherd Dog.
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Everything that is new will always be found at this store priced
far below what you would expect to pay
Everything for men, women and children
A visit will be appreciated
GREER'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Flea fto the elephant getting off the ark., "Don't shove me, big boy
WILSON W. BALLEW GARAGE
Phcrc 734 Third and Tyler
"He proposed to the girl he married over the telephone, dicln't he?"
"Yes, and he realizes now that he certainly got a rotten connection."
Amarillo' s Oldest Jeweler
618 Polk St. Phone 2431
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I Amarillo, Texas 1
E Quick Delivery and Satisfaction
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"Adaml Quick! The baby just swallowed a sefety pin."
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I MOORE-POSTON COMPANY
l "The Store With the Goods" I
Corner 7th and Taylor I
I "The Busy Corner"
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I NASH-AMARILLO MOTOR COMPANY
Q Cars of Distinction I
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l. Everything Electrical
l 511 Polk sf. Phone 128
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Franklin-Why were you kicked off the glee club?
Fritz-l had no voice in the matter.
Mrs. Quicksall What do you mean by chewing gum in my class that way?
Gilmore-Well, l'm only a ama-chewer, ma'am.
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i Better Printing Quicker
i 514 Taylor St. Phone 2805 g
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lrish Captain: "Men, we are before a great battle. Will yez fight or
will yez run?"
Men: "We will!"
Officer: "Which do yez mean "
Men: "We will not."
Officer "Very well."
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SEWELL DRUG STORE 1
L Drugs-Sundries--Toilet ltems
2 Cigars-Cold Drinks and Candy
i 404 Polk St. Phone 60 and 110 i
'Tcl like to see some shirts for my husband. Soft ones, please, the doctor
has forbidden anything starchyf'
Donald H. Ever been in an accident?
John R. S. Nope, but l've refereed football games.
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l ' "BEAUTIFUL SHOES FOR WONDERFUL GIRLS"
1 Hosiery to Match l
606 Polk St. Amarillo, Texas Phone 345
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Page One Hundred Fifty1Three
Your Education is not complete
until you have learned to tracle at
Polk at 7th St.
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Fanny: What have you in the way of Vanishing
Beaufort: Two quarts of sour milk.
Camper: Did you hear that noise?
Second Camper: What noise?
First Camper: Daybreak.
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Thos. F. Turner
Page One Hundred Fifty-Four
Carl S. Nlakeig
W. H. Batchler
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Sec'y. 6: Treas.
Chas. I-l. Keffer
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Irene Castle and Julia Hoyt Modes
Ladies and Misses
Ready - to - Wear and Mz'!!z'nery
705 Polk sr.
Give me a spoon of oleo, Ma.
And the sodium alkali,
For I'm going to make a pie, Mamma!
I'm going to make a pie
For Dad will be hungry and tired, Ma,
And his tissues will decompose:
So give me a gram of phosphate.
And the carbon and cellulose,
Now give me a chunk of casein, lVIa,
To shorten the thermic fat,
And give me the oxygen bottle, Ma.
And look at the thermostat,
And if the electric oven is cold
just turn it on half an ohm,
For I want to have supper ready
As soon as Dad comes home.
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We Handle the
DELCO, KLAXON and REMY
BS well HS
a leading line in all other
S E R VI Automotive Electrical Supplies
We have Expert Battery IVIen
II9 W. Fifth Phone I00
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Page One Hundred Fifty-Six
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T The Real Estate Board is composed of members established in the l
l business of Real Estate Brokerageg joined together for the purpose of l
l standardizing customs, ethics and practices of dealers in real estate, and I
l to champion and further any programs of legislation, improvement or
I civic development which will aid in making
2 AMAR1 LLO, --The Ideal on " I
,L rlelp us in the encouragement of every worthy project or enterprise
pl which will benefit our communityg whether the same be educational, in- I
l dustrial legislative, or commercial. I
. The Amarillo Real Estate Board
W. H. Brymer, President Board of Directors:
V C. P. Atwood, Secretary jno. G. lVlcKenzie
l Royce P. Gaut
1 H. E.. Knapp l
F W. N. Cooper
W T. lVl. Bruner i
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NATIONAL BANK MCOMMERCE Q
rl Capital EBI 50,000.00
"Service With a Smile"
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T. E. Durham, President T. Glover, Cashier i
I C. B. Reeder, Vice-President H. V. Knupp, Asst. Cashier
7 T. Moore. Vice-President jeff M, Neely, Asst, Cashier
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f CULLUM MOTOR CO., INC. i
I DODGE BROTHERS I
2 MOTOR VEHICLES I
I GRAHAM BROTHERS TRUCKS
I Amarillo, Texas
110 W. 5:11 st. Phone 161
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Jack: Give me a lemonade.
Kerr: Five or ten?
Jack: just one.
"I wish l were dead"
"I wish l was, too"
"Then l clon't wish I was."
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I Ledbelfer Drug Company 3
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I Two Busy Rexall Stores
i Polk at Fifth
I Store No. I-Phones 48 ancl 49 I
I Store No. 2-Phone 456 1
I Amarillo, Texas I
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-- Park at U Drum It Garage
Come to the
at Impemzl Barber Shop
404 1 Z Polk Street
- Get a Shave and Ha1r Cut
' And your parkmg
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Esther: lVlr. Dutton. l don't understand that problem
Mr. Dutton: All right, watch the board while l run through it again
D R E S S YU E L L
Everything for Young Men at
405W Polk St. Phone 590
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Miss Klapproth: When did Virgil die?
Charlotte S.: SI A. B.
Miss Klapproth: A. B.g Don't you mean B. C.?
Charlotte: No, lVla'am. 51 A. B. Fifty one years
MCCARTY MOTOR CO.
STUDEBAKER MOTOR CARS
Panhandle and Eastern New Mexico
405-407-13 Fillmore St. Phones 2629-3242
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H Light Lunches, Hot and Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobaccos , Ill
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ir' Phone 2207 F fig
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" An lrishman coming out of the ether in the ward after an operation ex l ,
Thank God that s over
Don t be too sure said the man m the next bed they left a sponge
in me and had to cut me open again
And the patient on the other side said
Why they had to open me too to find one of their mstruuments.
ust then the surgeon who had operated on the Irishman stuck his head
nn the door and yelled
Has anybody clown here seen my hat?
5th and Tyler Phgne 2000
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Weavers of Speech RQ
The courteous, intelligent girl presiding clay and night at the switchboard
is always at the call of the Nation's homes, farms and offices.
Swift and skillful, she serves many people in a very personal way, al-
though not face-to-face, hence little is known of the switchboard opera-
High school girls who are planning to work after leaving school will be
interested in the many advantages offered by the Vocation of Telephone
You will find the work interesting, in congenial surroundings, well paid.
with opportunity for promotions. ,
You are invited to call at the telephone office arid talk with the Chief
Operator about this fascinating Vocation any afternoon between I and 5.
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Bell g -.SKSIW Co,
Page One Hundred Sixty-Three
i The ocohohgo of
at graduation time has rightly become
a universal custom, because it provides a graceful way of acknowledging
I ln order that those who expect your photograph ma not be dis-
. , y
I appointed, phone your pohtographer now.
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l telli ent, rogressive bank service awaits you here. There is at your
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l command our time, attention and experience, as well as good mechanical
l equipment to give you safety, accuracy and promptness.
i Amarillo Bank and Trust
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CAL F ARLEY TIRE SHOP
l've raised a lot of families, says the elevator boy.
I FLYING DUTCHMAN SERVISE I
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Miss Humphreys: Did you hatch all those chickens yourself?
Farmer: No ma'am, I used an incubator.
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i. An Extensive Supply
I The Nation's Standard
I Sporting Goods
i Phone 306 502 Polk Street I
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Your Clothes Are insured While in Our Plant
l3I I Polk St. Phone 2866
Dumb Man: How many men work in your factory?
About one out of ten.
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TOLZIEN MUSIC STORE
I 713 Polk St. Phone 2195
just for a change: I'Schools Will Observe Week of Education." Head
lines in "Commercial Observer."
P ge One .Hundred S ty S
GIBSON BROS. DRUG CO.
209 E. 4th st.
Drugs Cigars Drinks
Headquarters for the Sandies
Service, Phone I 5 Courtesy
C. C. Gibson "Skeet" Gibson
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l RICHEY-WEATHERBY AUTO SUPPLY
Gas, Oils, Auto Accessories E
5th and Tyler Sts. Amarillo, Texas
Herb.-Did you hear those bottles rattling?
Buddy-Yesg wonder if its the milkman or the bootlegger?
l Men and Young lVlen's Wear !
5 "The Newest all the Time"
I LEVY sz soN I
1 Cash only 507 Polk SI. I
"l hear your son is quite a journalist at college. Does he write for
"Yes, in every letter."
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l HICKS RUBBER COMPANY
L TIRE MANUFACTURERS at DISTRIBUTORS Q
2 6th 8: Tyler Sts. Amarillo, Texas
Mrs. Atwood had asked time and again for the students to put more per-
sonal touch in their themes, so Audean F's paper which she received ended
"Well teacher. how are the husband and kiddies: and, by the way. be-
fore l forget it, could you lend me ten dollars?"
BOSTON HAT WORKS
i l-latters Tailors Cleaners 1'
I Shine Parlor
i 413W Polk St. Phone 270
"Guess my girl in college has changed her mincl about basketball. She
is evidently going in for something more useful."
"Now she writes that she has made the scrub team."
MONTGOMERY STYLE SHOP INC.
6ll Taylor St. Phone 7l5 1
I Coats, Dresses and Hats for Ladies and Misses
.L lnexpensive but not cheap
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1 "Leaders in Fine Clothes"
i 5 I4 Polk St.
1, Stein-Bloch Adler-Collegian Clothes I
1 Florsheim Shoes 1
V. K.-fwalking in the storej 1 want something in oil for the dining
Salesman-What will it be? A landscape or a can of sardines?
1 AMARILLO COLLEGE or i west 'rem
T MUSIC LEATHER LUGGAGE 1:
1 Phone 63 1104 P0111 I Leather co. 1
T Emil F. Myers, Director I 608 Taylor St. Phone 194
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"Duty calls a man to church on Sundays, and pleasure urges him to go
And Monday morning he shows up all sunburned.
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i BUY YOUR CLOTHES ON THE 10 PAY PLAN
1 mam QWalterJ 1
1 ADAMS and PARR
1 The Store of Personal Service 1
1 408 Polk sneer Phone ssl Q
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Why Not Get The Best?
L Have Your Clothes Master Cleaned,
5000 Sat1sf1ed Customers
KWITCHERKIKKIN Phone 3456 I
l H A. Nobles Pres clent M C. Nobles Vic -President e
0 A. G. Stanley S cret ry nd Tr .
Nobles Brothers Grocer
' o -Am rill x Br ch t Plai 'ew Texas
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ewelers and Stationers
High Schools and
No. 1284 Bastain Bldg.
Rochester, New York
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1 Private Ambulance l
Phone 240 510 Taylor St. l
"A dignified service in a sympathetic way"
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Dutch B.-"I can'l smoke before breakfast."
Felix E.-Why not?
Dutch B.-l never get up in time.
First Ped.-fto man who has bumped into himl Clumsy idiot!
Second Ped.-Glad to know you. lVline's White.
"Who's the Speaker of the House?" roared Mr. Hayes in endeavoring
to find something that his history class knew.
"lVIother". responded Alice H. meekly.
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Q THE POLK ST. TAILORS I THE POLK ST. BARBERS
l ACROSS FROM HIGH SCHOOL
Q Phone 3838
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Once there was a man who clidn't fight with his room-mate.
He lived alone.
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n Weep to the tale of Willie T8
l Who met a girl whose name was K8
He courted her at a fearful R8
And begged her soon to become his MS
l "I would if I could," said lovely K8
l But alas, alas, you've come too L8
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So they went to press, -.-W- .
And I rather guess,
They printed a whole edition.
A FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Security and Service
l 4th and Polk
Savings Accounts Solicited
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Amer!! 0 ezily
Leased Wire Associated Press
Covers the Panhandle and Northwest Texas
Leased Wire Associated Press
Has the largest distribution in Amarillo and immedi-
ate vicinity. In proportion to population, has larger
city circulation than any newspaper in Texas.
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I SALES f CHl'PB.0Fllj SERVICE I
E far Economical Transportation
I PLAINS CHEVROLET co.
I 805-7 Polk St. Phones 3737-3738 I
Quality at Low Cost
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Doctor: Your throat is in bad shape. Have you ever tried gargling
with salt and water?
Patient: l should say. l've been shipwrecked twice.
lrate Father: The infernal impudenceI You want to marry my daugh-
ter? Do you think you could give her what she's been used to?
Donald T.: Er, er, yes, sir, l've a violent temper myself.
I Make your home beautiful by selecting the face I
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I A marlllo Brick and Supply 5
I Quality Service Courtesy I
I Face Brick in All Colors ancl Textures 2
I Fire and Common Brick Hollow Building Tile
E Display and Sales Rooms g
I 1207 Polk Phone 3688 I
I Ernest G. Denny Floyd C. Randel I
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: Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes i
Q Ladies and gents furnishings Q
E Corner 4th and Taylor Popular Price Store
2 AMARILLO, TEXAS
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Herb Miller-judge in Hi-Y court trial, to Frank Barton,, prospective
juryman-So you've formed an opinion on the case?
Frank-Yes, your honor, one look at Thomas Seay convinced me he
Herb-Heavens, man. That's the prosecuting Attorney.
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I School of Dancing
While the Golden Sanclstorm was in Cisco, the hotel they were staying
in caught on fire early in the morning. A few minutes after the alarm was
given Strip joined the Amarillo boys who were watching the fire, and kidclecl
them on their apparent excitement.
"There was nothing to be excitecl about," he saicl, l took my time about
dressing, lighted a cigarette, clicln't like the Knot in my necktie so tied it over
again-that's how cool l was."
"Fine," Clark remarked, "but why clicln't you put on your trousers?"
I Quality Service I
I LANE ICE CREAM CO. I
I Manufacturers, Wholesalers 8: Retailers I
I Quality lce Creams Sr lces I
Phone 575 405 Pierce St. I
Oleo: It s a shame your son was put in Jail for Joy-rxcllng.
Nlargarine: Oh, well, now we know where he is nights.
ig Amarillo's Largest Distributors of Furniture i
' AMARILLO FURNITURE co. I
! 403-409-4I I-413-415 Taylor Street
i Amarillo Second Hand Co. .... .... .... S a n Jacinto Furniture Co, 5
i AMARILLO TEXAS -
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"Keep the home fires burning"--Nero.
"Treat 'em rough"-Henry VIII.
"Don't lose your head"-Queen Mary.
"The bigger they are, the harder they fall"-David.
"You can't keep a good man clown"--Jonah.
"l'm strong for you, kid"-Sampson.
"Keep your shirt on"-Queen Elizabeth,
"We did live in luxury, until my wife ate us out of house and home"-
GOOD STYLE FURNITURE
ls just as essential today as being fashionably clother
late motor car
Cash or Credit
PALO DURO FURNITURE CO.
f 704-6 Polk St. H. C. Couldy. Mgr.
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The Santa Fe is earnest in its desire to assist in the development
of the Panhandle-Plains country.
The facilities of the Traffic Department are at the disposal of its
patrons in their problems of transportation. Constructive criticism and
helpful suggestions are most cordially invited.
T. B. GALLAHER
General Freight and Passenger Agent
F. A. LEHMAN
Vice-President and General Manager
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The TR O Y
"The Business That Service Built"
-24 years of steady growth-
OUR MOTTO: "Quality First, Service Always"
The practice of economy is one step towarcl success
You can attain this step by patronizing the
Troy Steam Laundry
J. N. VERNON, Prop.
304-6-8 Tyler St. Phone 41-124
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The sl1eep's in the meadow, the Cow's in the corn
Little Hoy Blue, if you had sense,
You'd build yourself a good strong fence,
Nucl put it up l1eLween the cow
Xml the corn that she is chewing nowg
For fence or shingles, lath or boards, Sth 85 Tyler
We are the folks YOUiI'P headed rnwnrrla Pl'l0l1e
E. S. BURGESS, Lumber
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I you to divide with your brother, which apple would you give him?
H Paul K.--D'ye mean my big brother or my little one?
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The Panhandle Music Co. P. A. ZEHRINGER
Sl I Polk St. Phone I I68 Credit Jeweler
"All Things Musical" 608.76 Polk St. Phone 2I42
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Bob P: Do you trust me, dear?
Becky W: Yes, sweetheart.
Bob P: Then lend me twenty.
BLUE JACKET SHINE PARLOR I
For Ladies and Gentlement I
5I4M Taylor Street All Work Guaranteed I
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Cop: You're under arrest.
Cross-eyed: What for?
Cop: You look crooked.
ARMY AND NAVY STORE
ZIO East 4th St. I
Young Mens' Dress Oxfords and Clothing
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"l found a splinter in my soup today."
"What did you do with it?"
"Oh, I ate it with the rest of my board."
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Auto Trimming and Furniture Upholstering
6I2 Tyler St. Phone 520 i
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City girl-What's that funny stuff on the sheep?
Girl-Wool? Huh, I'll bet its half cotton.
suoia HOSPITAL WILLIAMS HARDWARE co.
Sick Shoe Specialist I 6th Sf Polk
514 Taylor St. Phone 875 il
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Paints and Vamishes
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Q AlVlARll..LO', TEXAS
C. E. Gregg T. B. Gallaher, Pres.
L H- W- Brown C. E. Gregg, Vice-Pres.
L FALEUCIFY J. H. Paul, Sec.-Treas.
I H ' C. 'pipalgigw Harry A. Taylor, Asst. Sec.
! R: P. Parcells H. F. Lauder, Auditor
Q T. B. Gallaher G. T. Maggarcl, Serg. At Arms
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l AMARILLO DRUG co.
We Fill Prescriptions
5 "Across From the High School" Phone 2734
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"You're in a daze? What struck you?
"Om inna days in September?"
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"Yes, little one."
A'Why does a piston ring?"
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E Compliments Q
i AMARILLO GAS COMPANY n
5 "lf its clone with heat you can do it better with gas." li
"Mother, cried little Mary as she rushed into the farm house where they
were sitting, "johnny wants the listerine. l-le's just caught the cutest little
lblack and white animal, and he thinks its got halitosisf'
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i Fruits, Candies, Cigars I
i "Snow White Popcorn" T
T Phone 322 7065 Polk St. i
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PACKARD AND FRANKLIN
5 Quality Automobiles I
I Sales and Service
I 302 E. 10th si. Phone 391
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Shelton-A batch of jokes I sent to Franklin were rejected as no goocI,
but when I threw them in the stove, the fire just roared.
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E The McDonald Auto Supply Co. Inc. E
I Automobile Accessories and Radio Supplies I
I AMARILLO, TEXAS
Jane: Does Gregg know much about automobiles?
Pat: Heavens no! He asked me if I cooled my car by stripping the
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I People Wear Them
I PANHANDLLE STEAM LAUNDRY
I "The Biggest and Best"
I Phone 3000
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Complete Drug and Fountain
SPORTING GOODS PAINT AND NVALL PAPER
Cliljl Drug Store
Biggest, Best and Quickest
515 Polk St. Amarillo, Texas
Amarillo '5 Mosi Eoccluszoe
FOR LADIES AND MISSES
XN'e feature Hart Seliaffner and Marx Coats For
VVOIHCH. Also Peggy Paige and Arthur Weiss dresses
for Ladies and Misses.
See our beautiful Pattern hats made by Mme.
Chekanow, Rawak, and Regina.
Piece Goods and Notions
The Lrza'z'es' S tore
517 Polk St. Phone 724
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Pretty Amarillo Girl Praises
The following letter from lVliss Lotta
Corus, Amarillo, Texas is only one of
the thousands of lettelrs received in
praise to Dr. Blythe Gentry's wonder-
ful new discovery.
I "For I4 years, l suffered untold
agony with corns and bunions, and
sometimes I was confined to a wheel-
chair. l could not go to dances like
other girls, and l couldn't even go rid-
ing with my boy friends for fear that I
would have to walk back. l tried
enumerable cures to no avail. Finally
just when physicians were beginning to
suggest amputation, l read an ad about
Dr. Gentry's Snake Oil Compound.
Miss Lotta Corns
After using 9 gallons of this wonderful remedy, my corns and bunions
quickly disappeared and my feet once more regained their, soft pink
tint. Thanks to Snake Oil."
Signed: Lotta Dam Corns.
Like the Amarillo Girl, thousands of sufferers have found re-
lief in Snake Oil Compound which may be applied to parts affected with-
out removing the shoe. For bunions, corns, eczema, blisters, tetters,
tired and pale feet, ingrown toenails, etc. saturate the foot in Dr. Gentry's
new discovery, Snake Oil Compound. Sold at all Druggists.
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g Tailored Clothes for Young Men
I Odorless Cleaners Gents' Furnishing
5 I I4 E. Fifth St.-Phone I949
Willard G. Did your watch stop when it hit the floor?
Jack M. Sure. Did you think it would go on through?
SUDDEN SERVICE STATION
i Gas, Oils. Accessories, Mobiloils
Sixth and Tyler Sts. joe IVI. Mobley
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Polly H. I had a lovely nut sundae.
Joe G. Yes, I have one coming tonight.
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Auto Nr Burglary
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Pubhc Schools QS-2
There is nothing reasonable it will not do for the children.
Completion of Public school work is the most important accomplish-
ment in the lives of most people, because it teaches confidence in them-
selves, in recording success instead of failure is the first important un-
Start a bank account here is the next important st p
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In completing their education, the future housewives of the com-
munity are taught to cook with AMARYLLIS and GREAT WEST "FOR
BETTER BAKINGH flours.
Why not continue your education through the years that are to fol-
low, by keeping GREAT WEST and AMARYLLIS 'AFOR BETTER
BAKING' flours in your kitchen?
Over 9054 of the house wives of AMARILLO are using either
GREAT WEST or AMARYLLIS flours in their homes.
Buy It From Your Grocer-He Has It
Great West Mill .nil Elevator
AMARILLO, TEXAS, U. S. A.
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I ' Footwear Supreme ' I
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I 607 Polk street Q
1 AMARILLO, TEXAS I
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"I didn't see you in church last Sunday."
"Don't doubt it. l took up the collection."
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I The Amarillo Improvement Company
I W. W. LYNCH, President T
"Hang 'em all. any way!" exploded the judge who couldn't make up
his mind regarding three fellows who were being tried for murder.
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I Roy M. Britain, Pres. Wyatt L. Hester, Secy.
i Douglass Witt, Treas. I
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i SHOES-WOMEN'S WEAR
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E Mail Orders Promptly Filled !
Q 512 Polk sl. Amarillo, Texas Q
Flora Louise: Can you drive with one hand?
Felix E.: Oh, yes!
Flora Louise: Then pick up my glove.
Miss L. Russell: You'll have to remain with me for an hour after school
Leon: I don't care on my own account. but ain't you afraid you'll be
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BOOT MFG. SHOE REPAIRS
Phone 544 116 E. 5th
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The standard by which all others are compared
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MISTLETOE BUTTER AND ICE CREAM
"The Aristocrzlt of the Dining Table"
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FROST MOTOR COMPANY
When better automobiles are built,
Buick will build them.
Paul K.: Keep away from that gup! l-le's a skin flint.
Damon B.: Well, whatsa matter?
Paul K.: Your matchless personality might catch fire.
THE DRUG STORE IN AMARILLO
POXDRUG co. 'T
7th Sz Polk Phone 3020
"You say you are perfectly normal?"
"Do you light your cigarette with your right hand?"
"That's not normal. Most people use a match."
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GENERAL AUTO SUPPLY
Auto Accessories ancl Shop Equipment
I09-I l l West Fifth Street
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The Best in Electrical Appliances of all kinds
The Best of Electric Service at all times
Amanllos Largest Electric Appliance Store
Southwestern Public Service Company
Gilmore to Miss Avery. Miss Avery I want a hook of fairy tales
Miss Avery- Don t try to kid me Big boy I know fairies don t have
Prof Wilson Cto class, - lf Clifford don t stop looking at the girls in H
study hall instead of getting his geom. he's ,gonna fail
Clif. Lane' Aw l clo study but the figures aint no good
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Phones 30 and 31
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OVERLAND KNIGHT COMPANY
l0th 6: Taylor Sts. For Service Phone 2703
Snappy Fish: Have you heard that asthma song?
Reel l-lot Soph: Naw
Snappy Fish: Yezzer thazzma bebe.
"The Finishing Touch"
Tourists 6: Campers' Supplies
Amarillo Tent 8z Awning Co.
"We Cool the Sun"
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As she looked in the mirror
She had to confess,
That the end of her nose
Was a shining success
Ui' course you'll locate your
Country Club District
J. L. Summers
110 1-2 W. 6th St. Phone 51
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AMERICAS MOST PRECIOUS INSTI-
TUTIONS. Q3 ON ITS PAGES LIE
THE ARTISTIC EXPRESSION OF
YOUNG AMERICA. Q BUILDED IN-
TO IT IS THE LIFE OF OUR YOUTH.
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MANHOOD AND ASPIRING WOMAN-
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