Amarillo High School - La Airosa Yearbook (Amarillo, TX)
- Class of 1927
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AMARILLO HIGH SCHOOL
JOSEPHINE M. TOWNSEND
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To the eyes of Youth the Future is a
fabric Woven of the rose-colored
threads of happiness. It is the Wish
of the staff of the 1927 La Airosa that
in the Afterwhile these pages may
bring you a memory of the Past that
Will likewise be rose-tinted, and
gleaming with golden rifts of glad-
In the weaving of character he has
employed the golden threads of integ-
rity and purity, measured by the silver
yard-stick of Christian manhoodg in
loyal devotion he has taught others
the patient art of Weaving. We, the
Senior Class dedicate the '
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When school's last essay is written
And the last proposition is proved:
When the last tardy slip is taken
And the last demerits removed:
When the last exercice is translated
And the last book report madeg
When the last exam paper is graded
And "D" ceases to be a low grade:
When the last chapel lecture is over
And the last classes begung
When the last pep rally is ended
And the last football game won:
When the halls no longer are crowded
And pressed by hurrying feetg
When study hall wispering is silenced
And school lovers cease to meet:
When the last track meet is over
And the last race has been rung
Then will our school days be over
For Youth is ended, and Life begun!
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CHARLES M. ROGERS
Principal of the Amarillo High School, we dedicate this page be-
cause he never spared himself to help a studentg and because he is just
and fair in his decisions He has won a place of high esteem in the
hearts of all the student body and faculty. To him we extend our
heartiest wishes and congratulations.
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Miss THELMA SMITH MRS, CARLYN QUicKsALL Miss Louisa Russui.
B. A., M. A. B. A., Baylor U. B. A., Kansas U.
T. C. W., Columbia U. English English
Head of English Paper Advisor Eulalian Sponsor
Mus. C. P. ATWOOD Miss ORWLLE HE,XDRlCK Miss MARCELL,X WA1.KER
B. A., Baylor U. B. A., Texas U. B. A., Texas U.
English English English
Coach of Girls Basketball Pi Delta Sponsor Public Speaking
Miss MARY ViviAN CECIL ALBERT V. JENSEN Miss KATE WILSON
B. A., Texas U. A. B., Deslvloines B. A., S. M. U.
English Head of Mathematics Mathematicp :N
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B. S., M. A. Peabody B. A.. W. T. S. T. C.
Colorado U., Wesleyan Mathematics Mathematics
Mathematics Sophomore Sponsm
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Miss CORA AVERY C. G. TRUlT'I' A. B. HAYS
Southwestern B., B. A., Simmons
Librarian MO. S. T. C., Baylor U. Hisiory, COACH Of
Senior Sponsor Head of History, Social Football, Basketball
Science - and Baseball
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Miva. VARA DAvis Si-:INN Miss lVI1NNis FUERABEND Miss BiaRT11a WARREN
A. B., W. T. S. T. C. B, A., Baylor U. B. A., Texas U.
History History, Latin Science
Freshman Sponsor Juunior Sponsor
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B. S.. N. Mexico Lf B. A.. S. M. U.
Science Head of Lalin v
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Miss Com Russau.
B. A., Kansas U.
Head of Spanish
Mas. XXI li. Roum Mus. C-saws F. T,n'LoR MISS Yoxxa WVATSON
B. A., NV. T. S, T. C. B. A., Mary Nash B. S.. N. E. Mo. S, T. C
Spanish Head of Commerre Commerce
MRS, E, A, BAUQH E. C. POTTER G. F. HARMs
A. B., Hastings College A. B., Colo. S. T. C. A. B., Friends University
Commerce Commerce, Spanish Commerce
Miss BEULAH BRADLEY Miss HELEN WORLEY OSCAR WISE
B. S., C. I. A. B. S., C. I. A. B. S., Oklahoma A. Bc M.
Head of Home Economics Home Economics Manual Training
Director of Band
T. G. HULL Miss VENTURA SMITH H. G. WILSON
B. A., Simmons Music Diploma, C. l. A. Texas U.
Head of Manual Training Heacl of Music Hi-Y Sponsor
Asst. Coach of Football
Coach of Track
We the annual staff of 1927 wish to extend our most gracious thanks to the
faculty of Amarillo High School. They have been most considerate and willing to
cooperate with us. They have shown the greatest patience and leniency towards us.
It is our hope that the future staffs may have the pleasure of as much consideration ancl
neeclecl help from the faculty as the La Airosa staff of twenty seven has had.
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fQuestions submitted by faculty of A. H. S.,
Supt. Mclntosh: Who is superintendent of the Amarillo schools?
Mr Rogers: What does A. H. S. stand for in Amarillo High School?
Miss Avent: If 2 and 2 when added make 4, what is the sum of 2 and 2?
Mr. Jensen: What shape is a square?
Miss Bradley: Is a flat felled seam flat?
Mr. Dutton: Do chemistry teachers ever teach chemistry?
Mr. Hays: On what date did the war of l8l2 take place?
Mr. Hull: How many yards are run in the 220 yard dash?
Miss Headrick: Was the leading character in Scott's "Lady of the Lake" a
man or woman?
Miss Klapproth: Who wrote Homer's "Odyssey"?
Mrs. Quicksall: What was Edgar Allan Poe's middle name?
Miss Welch: Wl1Ht,S the number of the first song in the book?
Mrs. Taylor: What sex is the feminine sex?
Miss Walker: When delivering an address should you talk out loud or whisper?
Miss Cora Russell: In what country did Spanili originate?
Miss Loetscher: What color are green leaves?
Miss Smith: Who went on Gulliveifs Travels?
Miss Watson: How much time was given to that I5 minute speed test today?
Miss Louise Russell: Wlio wrote lVlilton's "Paradise Lostn?
Mr. Truitt: What Presidential Campaign had the slogan: "Keep Kool with
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MARX' Louisa ASKEW fBootsl
Physical Culture '23, La Polemista
'23, Pi Delta Literary '25: Pi
Delta Dramatic '26g Class Officer
'25, Choral '24, '25, '26, Tennis
'26g Class Officer '27,
GIZRALDINE ALBRIGHT Uerryj
Orchestra '24, '25: Junior Choral
'26, Senior Choral '27.
Physical Culture '24, Philo '26,
'27: Annual Staff '27,
Hi Y '25, '26, '27: Track '25,
'26, '27, Forum '26, '27, Football
'26, "A" Club.
CARTER A. BASSETT fAnthonyJ
Football '25, '26 Capt. '26, Base-
ball '24, '25, '26, Capt. '26s
Basketball '24, Hi Y '25, '26:
Class Officer '25, '26.
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Physical Culture '27.
Texlioma I-li '24, '25, '26.
Choral '27, Altus Qklahoma Hi
Rostrum '24g Forum '25, '26, ,275
Tennis '25, '26g Football '25,
'26g Basketball ,263 Debating
Team ,261 Hi Y '26, ,27g Pres.
Senior Class '273 "A" Club '27,
ANN ALLETA BLACKBURN
Choral '24, '25, '26, ,273 Peppers
'27: Physical Culture '24.
Choral Club '26, '27.
Choral '25, '26g Pi Delta Dramatic
'Zfg Peppers '26.
ALBERT Borsa Clsutherb
Class Pres. '243 Rostrum '25:
Glee '26g Track '26g l-li Y '27.
EARL E. BOYLES fE.ppj
Baseball Mascot '23, '24: Football
Mascot '23g Baseball '25, '26, '27g
Football Mgr. '26g Football '25:
Forum '25g Hi Y '26: Class Offi-
cer 'Z4g Pres. "A" Club '26: Hi
Y Police Dog '26.
Latin Club 'Z6: Choral 'Z7.
Inter Nos Club '26g Choral '26,
Choral '25, '26, '27,
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Spanish Club '25g Eulalian Club
'26g Choral '26.
Tennis '27: lnter Nos '26, '27:
Choral '27g Eulalians '27,
Choral '25, '26, '27: Physical
Culture 'Z4: Inter Nos Club ,24.
MARY CATHERINE CHANDLER
Carrizozo, New Mexico.
ERNEST!NE. COE CErnieD
Choral '27g Pi Delta Dramatic
C1ARLAND WELDON COLLINS
Rostrum '24: Forum '25, '26, '27g
Hi Y '26, '27: Glee Club '26,
ZVEWA VANCE COTTON
Choral '25, '26g Glee '27: Pi
l'lAZILL COULSON CTootsJ
Flwm-al '26, '27,
lVlount Ayr High Sclmool, Mount
Ayr, lowa '23,
Pliilo '24,"25: Hi Y '24, '25
'27q Track '26, '27: Delta
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C-lee '26, '27g Forum '26, Latin
Basketball '23, '24, '25, Home
Economics Club '24.
Choral '24, La Polemista '24, Pi
Delta Dramatic '26, '27, Ass't.
Art Ed. '27,
Hi Y '26, '27: Group Leader '27s
Tennis '26, '27.
FELIX EMMETT CElixJ
Rostrum '23g Physical Training
'23g Track '23, '24, '27,: C-lee
'23, '24, '25, Delta Sig.
AUBREY FAIREY CAubJ
Hi Y '25, '26, '27, Baseball '26
'27, Glee '26: Rostrum '23.
Philo '24, '25: Glee '25, '26s Hi
Y '26, '27: Tennis '25, '26: Capt.
Tennis Team '26, '27: Delta Sig.
Philo '25, '26, Class Officer '26:
Lost and Found Room: Glee '23,
'24, '25, '26, '27,
PAULINE Fox QPollyJ
Eulalian '26, '27.
Baseball '25, '26: Football '26-
RICHARD GALLE CDickJ
Hi Y '24, '25, '26g "A" Club
'26: Track '26,
Hi Y '25, '26, '27: Glee '26s
ELEANOR GIST CEllyJ
Choral '26, '27, Inter Nos Club
'26g La Polemista '25: Pi Delta
'25g Pi Delta Dramatic '26, Pep
Squad '25, What Next '27.
Hi Y '25, '26, '27, For-um '25,
BLAKE GOIIDON CPennyJ
JAMES L. GORDON
Hi Y '26, '27, Glee '26, Orches-
tra '24, '25, Declamation '26.
Chorus '23, '24, Choral '25g In-
ter Nos '25.
Rostrum '24, Glee '25, '26, '27,
Hi Y '24, '25, '26, '27: Class
STANLEY HACAN fStanl
Glee '24, '25, '26, Track '26, '27,
Forum '24, '25, '26: Hi Y '25,
26, Football '25, 26: Track '26,
'27, Baseball '24.
THERESA HAMILTON fTiddyJ
Inter Nos Club '25, Pi Delta '26:
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Espanita '25g Choral '26,
Eulalian '25, '26q Choral '26, '27
Hi Y '27,
Band '26, '27: Hi Y '26, '27.
BEULAH HUFF CBillj
Physical Culture '23g Accompanist
Choral Club '24, '25g Accompanist
C-lee Club '25, '26:
Hi Y '26, '27: Philo '26.
S1MoN LUMPKIN CSO
La Polemista '24: What Next '27.
ETOILE LUMPKIN Uohnnyf
La Polemista '24g Pi Delta '25,
'26, '27: lnter Nos Club '26.
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'26, '27g Tennis '26g Track '27.
La Polemista 'Z4g Pi Delta ,255
Pi Delta Dramatic '26g Choral '26,
LANE MCAFEE fCiceroJ
Forum ,23 '24, '25, '26g Tenni:
'25, '26, '27g Football '26g Class
Officer '25: Staff '27g "A" Club
SARAH MANSFIELD ClVlitzieD
Fort Wo1'tl1 '25g Eulalians '26,
'Z7g Choral '27.
Chorus 'Z4g Pi Delta '24: Class
Officer: Choral '25, '26, '27g Pep
WIL'I'0N MATIH EWS
ELIZABETH MEYER fBetty5
La Polemista '24g Pi Delta '25,
'263 Class Qfficer 'Z6g Inter Nos
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Chorus '23, '24.
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Physical Culture '23, Class Offi-
cer '23, La Polemista '23, '24, Pi
Delta '24, Pep Squad '25, Ac-
companist Choral Club '25,
Choral '25, '27, Espanita '25,
Hi Y '27, Roughneclcs '27: Philo
'27, Culee '27, Sanclstorm Staff
MARY LUCY MONTGOMERY
La Polemista '23, '24, Pi Delta
'24, '25g Pi Delta Dramatic '25,
'26, '27, Choral '24, '25, '26, '27.
l.,UCIL.LE MURPHH' fCillej
Physical Culture '23, '24, '25, '26,
Choral '24, '25, Pep Squad '25,
ELIZABETH NEELY fl..izD
Pi Delta '25, Pi Delta Dramatic
'26, '27, Choral '26, '27.
Choral '25, '26,
GILMORE NUNN LSmutJ
Hi Y '24, '25, '26, '27: C-lee Club
'25, '26: Yell Leader '26, '27,
Class Officer '25, Staff '26, '27:
Senior Play: Delta Sig: Physical
Eulalians '26: Choral '27.
HENRY O'LEARY CO Henryj
Fort Smith High, Muskogee '23.
LUCY WILL PARKS fBillieD
Physical Culture '24, Choral '26,
MELBA PIPKINS CTweetumsj
Pep Squad '25, '26g Choral '25g
Inter Nos '25, '26, Pi Delta Dra-
matic '25, '26, '27g Choral '25,
FRANCES POWELL CPa1J
La Polemista '24, Pi Delta '25g
Choral '25, '27g Home Economics
,Z4, '25: Pi Delta Dramatic '26,
'27: Staff 'Z7.
Choral '25, '26.
LOIS RIDINCS CShortyJ
Choral '24, '25, '26, '27, Eu-
lalian '25, '26, Physical Culture
FRANCES ROBERTSON CLankyj
Choral ,26, '27,
Pirate Yell Leader '27, Choral 'Z7.
Physical Culture '24g Choral '25,
'26, '273 Las Trohaclores ,265 Pi
Delta Dramatic '27.
Portales, New Mexico, '24: Philo
'25, '26' '27s Hi Y '26, '27:
Glee '26, '2 7.
LILLIAN BLANCHI-L THOMPSON
Pi Delta '24, ,25, 'Z6: Choral '25.
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Orchestra '24, '25, '26.
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Mt. Carmel Hi '23g Pi Delta '24,
'25g Pi Delta Dramatic '25, '26:
Class Qfficer ,252 Ass't. Editor La
Airosa '26g Tennis '263 Editor-im
ChT f La Airosa '27g What Next?
'27g Pep Squad '25: 26.
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Glee .'27gf' Reughxlxleck '27g El
Euiaiian ,273 El Paso High.
Orchestra ,25, '27g Physical Cul
ture H243 Wliat Next? 27.
A LYDA MAE WALKER
Inter Nos Club '26.
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Choral '26, 'Z7g Physical Culture
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Choral '27g Basketball: Ft, Wortlr
Jr. Hi '24, '25, '26, l
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Choral '25, '27: Pi Delta '27. "
ALWARD WHITE , 5 gg
Hi Y '26, '27g Group Leader '27g ,
Orchestra '26: Rostrum '23. ' V,
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GRE'l"fA LLL WILLIS
Spanish Club ,251 Physical Cul-
ELIZABETH WOOLDRIDGE CLizJ
Choral '27g Plainview High '26
Vvhat Next? '27,
Track '265 Basketball ,265 Pan
handle I-li '23, '24,
I-li Y '27,
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HAROLD NUNN - - - President
BONITA CAZZELL - Vice Presrdent
MARGARET CHESTNUT - Secretary
Ross LARSEN - - Treasurer
ONE MORE YEAR
We have one more year to run in the race,
To add our points to the score
Of the clear old school that has sponsored us
For the last three y-ears or more.
There is one more year of running straight
With head and shoulders high,
And feet pounding steadily on the turf
As we pass the mileposts by.
In the race we have run in years gone by
Some few have fallen away
And some have stumbled and staggered on
Growing stronger clay hy day.
And now with the finish line looming faint
In the gloom of the unknown year
There's a heartening in the running ranks,
An exultant, murmured cheer.
Oh we'll run straight on in the year to come
We'll run straight on to the end
And when we are gone, the dear old school
Will count each one as a friend.
-Eula Lee McKnight.
Choral '25, '26,
Pi Delta '26, Latin Club
FRANK ALLEN CHankJ
Philo '24, '25: Hi Y '26.
WINIFRED ALLEN CVVeeneD
Philo '25s Track '24, '25.
Tennis ,26, '27.
Hi Y '26,
Hi Y '26.
Physical Culture ,261 Cho-
Basket Ball '24, '25, '26:
Choral '24, '25, Pep
Squad '24, Spanish Club
ALDA Lois BRAUNIG
Shreveport, La., Choral
FANNIE SUE BRASUEL
I-Ii Y '26, '27.
T. M. CASH
Declamation '25, '26: Fo-
rum '25, '26, Hi Y '25,
Albuquerque l-li '25g Latin
Club '26, Pi Delta '26,
'27g Clioral '27,
BONITA CAZZELL fBobD
Basket Ball '24, '25, '26,
Choral '24, '26 Vice Pres.
24, '26: Pres. '25, Pep
Squad '25, '26g Tennis
Chorus '25, Pi Delta '26,
'27, Latin Club '26g Class
Tulsa I-Ii '24, '25, '26.
Choral '24, Latin Club
225: Pi Delta '26,
Orchestra '25, '26.
Basket Ball '24, '25, '26,
'27, Pi Delta '26, '27,
Peppers '26, '27.
CHARLE JEAN CULLUM
Choral Club '26, '27g Pi
Delta '26, '27.
HOLLIS DE CIRASSI
Physical Ecl, '26.
Hi Y '26, Band '26,
Physical Ed. 'Z6.
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Hi Y '26g Glee Club '26.
E. B. FINCHER
Pres. Inter Nosg Forum
'25, '26: Sec. '26: Hi Y
Choral '25, '26,
Pr D43 '25, Eulalian '24,
' ,255 Spanish Club ,255
Choral '24, '25, '26g Pep
Squad '26, '27g Tennis
Choral y24, '25, ,263 Bas-
ketball '24, '25, '26s Pep
'25, '26g Tennis '25.
Crlee '24g Forum '25g Hi
Y '26q Track '26,
Band '26g Rough Necks.
Hi Y: Hi Y Band.
MARY ALICE GRIGGS
Philo '24, '25s Hi Y '26,
'27q Track '26.
Orchestra '24, '26g St.
Louis Hi '25.
Class Officer '25: Physi-
cal Culture '26.
Class Offlcel' Cwhorus
'25g Latin Club '26g Pi
Delta '26: What Next?
Tulsa Hi '25, '26g Intex'
Pi Delta '26, '27,
Basket Ball '26,
Roughneck '26g Choral
,245 Hi Y '24, ,261 For-
um '24, '25g Glee Club
AIESSIE MAE HYDEN
Pi Delta '25, '27g lnter
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Physical Culture '26, '27
Band '25, '26, '27.
Class Officer ,263 "A"
Clubg Football '24, ,265
Basketball '25, Baseball
Band '24, '26g Hi Y '26,
Clarendon Hi '25, '26,
CHARLES LOWNDES CChiliJ
Philo '24, '25: Hi Y '26,
'27g Glee Club '26, '279
Staff '27g Roughneck '26,
Choral '24, '25g Physical
Choral '24, '26.
Track '26, '27, Class
Meet '26, Hi Y '26 '27,
Class Poet '26,
Oklahoma City l-li '23,
Chorus '24, Latin Club
'25, Pi Delta '25, '26:
Physical Culture '26.
VVAI,.'l'ER Mrrc H ELL
Track '24, '25, '26, Hi
Y '24, '25, '26, '27:
Staff '27, Rough Neclcs
'26, Class Officer '24,
Hi Y '26. 1
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Choral '25, Latin
'26, Pi Delta '26, in 1
Class Officer '26.,,f v
Philo '24, Forum '25,
Glee '23, '24, '25, '26,
Hi Y '26, Delta Sig.
Basketball '25, '26, '27:
Pirate Pep Squad '26,
Football '25, ,263 Basket-
ball ,263 Baseball '26:
Class Officer '25, '26.
Pi Delta '25, '26, Music
'24, ,251 Wliat Next?
Football '25, '26, Track
V253 Baseball '26g Bas-
ketball '24, '25, '26,
Glee Club '24, '25, Pliilo
'25: "AH Club '26,
School Quartet '24, '25.
Spanisli Club '25, Latin
Club '25, '26, Pi Delta
Dramatic '26g Staff ,27.
Track '26, ,275 Football
Physical Culture '24, Bas-
ketball '25, '26, '27g Pi-
rate Pep Squad '26, '27.
Philo '26, '27: l-li Y '26
'27, Latin Club '26, '27
l-li Y ,263 Forum l26.
Wicliita Falls '25, Girls
Club ,255 Latin Club '25.
Cl'Io1'al '24, '25
CECIL SMITH CFatj
Glee Club '22, '23, '24g
Baseball '23, '24, '26g
Basketball '24: Football
Bradley, Arlcansasg Band
'25, '26: l-li Y '26.
I-li Y '27.
Peppers Pep Squad '27,
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Hi Y '261 Forum '26,
Philo '24g l-li Y '25, '26s
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al Club '26g Peppers '26,
Latin Club H263 Choral
Football '25, '26, Basket-
ball '26, '27, Baseball
Choral '25, '26, Latin
Club '25, '26
Pirates Pep Squad '26:
Choral ,24, ,253 Orches-
tra '24, '25,
Glee Club '26, '27,
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SUPIIZOIIIOIW Cyllff 1927
HIQRMAN CONKLIN - - - - 5 Presidcnl
BIZTTY C1I5T - ' Vice-Presidenl
WAIRD HIQDQINS - Secretary
BI-1'1"1'x' XV!-LBSTIZIQ 7 Treasurer
'I'I1li5OPl'l5 Olf '27
VH plncv in my il'C'fl!4Lll't' clwsl,
TIM- memory of school days lnlvsl,
And lock with a golden key
Wl1e1'cX none but rnysvlf may sw.
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Sophomores! Four-hundred Sophomoresl And Sophomores we're proud to be!
The Seniors have the worries of the annual. The Juniors have the trouble of the
Sandstorm, while the Sophomores have their good times.
The Sophomore class of '27 is well organized. Uur motto, "Not there, but
Climbingn is one of the best ,cause thatls the one we chose. Our flower is the beautiful
lilac and our colors are purple and white.
The greatest event during the year was perhaps our sponsor, Miss Avent. Our
Avent and our mothers gave us a picnic which took place under the trees of beautiful
Box Canyon. Everything was ideal and every one had a wonderful time.
As a whole, our year has been very pleasant and we have all enjoyed being
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Freffzmmz Clan 1927
BEN ANSLEY - - - - President
CHRISTINE LANE - - Vice Preszdent
BESSIE BIRDWELL - Secretary
RACHEL LOVING - Treasurer
To live for the joy of living,
To woncler at all tl"l6t,S new,
Respecting not God ancl respecting not man
Confusing the false and the true.
To bridle and balk at laborg
To enter, whole-soulecl, into play:
To gradually open olazzlecl eyes
On the light of a broader day--
'Tis only a stage in the making of mang
'Tis a step along the way.
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The Freyfzmefz of ,27
ln order to become good Sophomores we must be good Freshmen:
and in order to become good Juniors we must be good Sophomoresg and
in order to attain the dignity of Seniors we must be good Juniors. The
Freshmen have certain goals they must attain before they can be Seniors
and enjoy the privileges of Seniors. Not only have we set our goals
for our high school life but for our life beyond.
We have tried to establish the right sort of habits, to keep before us
high ideals and to win the respect and friendship of our teacers and class-
mates. We have given our support to the school papers, athletics, etc.
We have accepted our part gladly in making our high school one worthy
of our loyalty and pride.
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ALLEN HEATER -
DICK GREEN -
GILMORE NUNN - -
LEONARD TATE -
NOBLE FOWLKES -
FRANK BARTON -
BILL PERDUE -
AUDEAN FAIREY - -
JOHN GILLIAM -
ED DOUD - -
JIM GOLDING -
ROY KERR - -
- - Treasurer
- - Reporter
Leader Group 1
Leader Group 11
Leader Group III
Leader Group IV
Leader Group V
Leader Group VI
Leader Group V11
,Leader Group V111
Leader Group IX
Leader Group X
CIOMER JONES - Store and Los! and Found Room
The Hi-Y Club of this year is not only the largest in its history,
but it still is, by far, the largest club in Texas. Mr. G. C. C-ood, the
State Boy's Work Secretary of the Y M. C. A. says, "Amarillo has
the Best club in the State."
The club started work this school year with forty-eight old members
actively engaged in the work. At the present writing, we have one hun-
dred eleven regular members with an Employed Boy's Unit of eleven mem-
bers. The club has a waiting list of Sophomores from which choice pros-
pects will be taken to form a nucleus for next year's work.
This year, a very active fourteen piece band was organized with
Marion lVlcClure as director. This band has played for all the Civic
Clubs here and has been on the air a number of times.
The club has sponsored a store in connection with the Lost and
Found Room this year. ln addition to supplying boys for the store and
Lost and Found Room, the club has supplied boys for bell, office, police
and lockerroom duty.. The membership stands ready at any and all
times to render service.
Fifty-two delegates, including our Band, made the trip to Ft. Worth
to the Older Boy's Conference this year.
The Hi-Y Club has furnished leaders in all the school activities.
One business man said, "The Hi-Y Club is the biggest and best club
in our high school."
The Inter'-N05 Club
Miss KLAPPROTH - - - - Sponsor
"Labor omnia vincit H
The Inter Nos Club was organized for the second time at the beginning of the
school year l9Z6-1927. Under the able sponsorship of Miss Klapproth much has
been accomplished by the twenty-five members.
The club was instrumental in securing the moving picture "The Last Days of
Pompeiin. The proceeds of the picture were used for the Latin Tournament which
was held April I. Part of the Club members made their public appearance in a
playlet "ln Gallian presented before the Parent Teachers Association and part in the
Uvestal Virgin" taper drill.
MR. TRUITT - - - - - Sponsor
The Philomathian Debating Club of l927 was organized Sept. I6, 1926, with the
purpose of promoting all branches of public speaking. W. A. Criswell and Thomas
lVletz served as presidents. The sponsor was Mr. Truitt.
ln the Philo-Forum annual debate, held on February 24, the Philomathians won
the silver loving cup offered by the Lions Club. Later, on March I8, Robert McKinney
won first place in Ex Tempore Speaking.
A Forum-Philomathian banquet was held March 4, at l-lotel Herring.
The Philos have a large increase in membership over last year. They are spon-
sored by the Kiwanis Club,
MR. JENSEN ---- Sponsor
The Forum was organized on Sept. 16, 1926. The purpose of the club is to
instruct the members in debating. lVlr. Harms filled the position as sponsor until he left
us, then Mr, Jensen was appointed to take his place.
The boys have shown much interest in work this year. Cn l-lallowe'en the Forum
held a joint party with the Philomatheans. The girls attended. The Forum-Philo
banquet was held March 4, at 'the Herring Hotel.
The boys chosen to represent the Forum in the Inter-Club debate were Earl Bishop
and Frank Barton.
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LORNAINH WPgLc'1f1 ---- Sponsor
A String Ensemble was organized this year to take the place of the orchestra.
It has played on several occasions and has been very favorably received.
OSCAR WISE - - - - - - Director
"Music begins where a spoken word enclsi'
The Bancl has done a great deal for the school this year in creating school spirit.
It has taken part in every ball game, rally, and school parade.
The band not only took part at these games ancl ralleys but gave a number of con-
certs at the Municipal Auditorium, took an important part in the Panhandle Music
Festival, and furnished music for the Tri-State Track ancl Fielcl Meet, ancl the May
OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR!
W.A,CR1sWELL - ---- President
PAUL SMITH - - Secretary
LORRAINE WELCH ---- Director
The Boys' Glee Club, under Misswelch has shown great progress in the past year.
There were fifty juniors and Seniors enrolled during the last semester. The Boys'
Quartet was composed of Gilmore Nunn, first tenor, Garland Collins, alternate first
tenor, Dick Green, baritone, Earl Bishop, first bass, Noble Fowlkes second bass.
The Boys' Glee Club furnished most of the boys for the cast of WI-he Gypsy
Rover," and all of the male chorus was composed of boys from the Glee Club.
SUIIZIOI' Cfzoml Cfub
LORRAINE VVELCH - - - - Director
The l926-l927 Senior Choral Club of the Amarillo High School was very sue
cessful, clue to the strenuous efforts put forth by its supervisor, Miss Lorraine Welch
who came to Amarillo during the first semester from Lawton, Oklahoma.
The Club participated in many social activities and has broadcasted several clif-
ficult and varied programs.
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LORRAINE WPL,ci1 ---- Direclor
The Girls Choral Club consists of one hundred and six. Sophomores, Juniors, and
Seniors. Their activities for the year have been great ancl beneficial. The Club has
given radio programs and the Seniors, with the aid of the Clee Club, Orchestra, and
Choral Club, presented the operetta, "The Gypsy Roverw, March ll.
ufzzbf' Cham! Club
LORRAINE Weccii ---- Director
"Music hath charms"
This is the first year Amarillo High School has had a director who devoted her
entire time to the music department.
The result of this arrangement has been most satisfactory. Due to Miss Welch's
untiring energy the Choral Club has made an enviable record.
The Club has given two radio programs, and assisted in presenting the operetta.
"The Gypsy Rover", March ll.
6' 9' Club
MR. HULL ---,-- Sponsor
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The "A" Club was organized at the first of this year with lVlr. Hull as sponsor.
Its main purpose was to give the athletic a more important place in the mfnds of
The "A" Club started with I5 letter men but when the football letters were
awarded its membership was increased. Old letter men of A. H. S. were also in-
vited to join the organization.
EARL BoYLi:s - President
ALYDEAN FAIREY - Vice-President
RICHARD GALLE Secrelarju-7 reasurer
DICK CALLPI - - - bt-rgeant
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Miss WATSON - - - - - Sponsor
The "Peppers" were organized early in September with Miss Watson as sponsor
of the club. The Peppers attended all the football games and baseball games. The
uniforms were golcl sweaters trimmed in back with black Ubobbien skirts and golcl jockey
caps with black bills. The yell leaders for the year were Dorothy Fowlkes and Azell
MR. WILSON ----- Sponsor
The Rough Neck Pep Squad was organized by Nlr. Wilson with Gilmore Nunn
as leader. The club had a successful year and made a good impression with its yellow
shirts, recl bandannas and lusty lungs.
Pam- Ninvt y -Nim-
Miss BRADLEY - - - - - Sponsor
The Pirate Pep Squad was organized a short while after the football season
opened. Alma Rogers was elected yell leader and Helen lVlcMurtry assistant yell
leader. Miss Beulah Bradley was selected as the sponsor of the year. We feel that
we have helped our team in every way possible and it is our sincere hope to keep the
spirit we have created in years to come.
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GILMORE NUNN -
CHARLES LOWNDES -
SHARPE MCCULLOUGH - -
MARGARET PUCKETT -
CATHERE DOHONEY -
WALTER BARLOW -
FRANCES POWELL -
LANE MCAFEE - - ------ - -
- Ass't. Editor
Ass't. Buss. Mgr.
- Art Editor
Ass't. A-rt Editor
- Senior Editor
The staff of the 1927 La Airosa acknowledges thanks to the following, and feel
that they helped a great deal in making our book a success:
The West Texas State Teachers College for the engravings of Palo Duro canyon:
The business men of Amarillo for their enthusiasm in our schoolg
The faculty for their kind considerationg
The school body for their cooperation with usg
The following girls for the time given us in hand 'tinting the annual:
Frances Powell-Head of group.
Margaret Sheers Dorothy Staley
Catherene Dohoney Adeline Trigg
Etoile Lumpkin Betty Gist
Adeline Lumpkin Simon Lumpkin
Louise Hohl Nina Grabner
Mary Louise Askew Betty Meyer
Cynthia Lumpkin Lillian Blanche Thompson
Elizabeth Neely Zallee Williams
Miss Bradley for the use of the Clothing room:
And Louise Hohl for typing our copy for us.
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Ho hum! Letis see this is September isn,t it? Wasn't there something we'cl
planned to clo this month? What was it? Oh yes this is the month we kinda
thought we'cl go back to school. Well here we are. -
We begin to find which teacher we would rather have by the lessons they assign.
The clans and cliques are slowly gathering. Soon we'll know who's who.
First foot-ball game with Chilclress and we won of course. 'Ray for the Sandies!
Hot dog! Holiday for Tri-State,
'Nether game with Canyon here. Too bacl Sanclies, but they beat you only a point,
-Great excitement. Mr. Mac fell up the steps.
Game with Tucumcari. Not so good.
-Extra!! All Juniors and Seniors ordered shot by November l0th and I5rh
-False alarm. They're only supposed to have their pictures taken for the annual.
-Remember the huclclle system!
-Nothing unusual, just school.
-Better luck next time Sanclies.
-Pep meeting. We get lectures because of lack of it.
-'Nother rally and more lecture.
-See I told you so. We beat Lubbock 3-0.
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1 llfhe Scliool's still here and we are too fin body but not in spirit.j
4-We work up a little pep before the Plainview game.
5QThe game and defeat.
I0-All Juniors shot.
ll-Armistice Day-a half holidaysa parade. -a foot-ball gamewmore fun!
I5-All Seniors shot. Gosh what a relief.
l6--"Last Days of Pompeii' at Junior High. Proceeds go for Latin Tournament.
l9-.Big rally for Lubbock, our old rival.
Z0-Lubbock just went and took all the joy out of life.
23-The day is cold and dark and dreary
It rains and the wind is never weary.
25-We continue to lose foot-ball games. This time to Memphis.
2.wTl'Ze last game of the season is ours with the l9Z7 Sandies carrying off the hon-
ors. All old men were not allowed to play.
3-Hi Y boys in Fr Worth havin' fun. C-r-r-r!
4-Chemistry sharks generate chlorine No casualties reported.
I4-Big annual drive. Speeches, posters and all that goes with it. Henry Curtis
and Sharpe McCullough both have sore throats from yelling.
l5-Sale still on.
17--Vacation!! Plenty of sneezes and sniffles and every one returns tired, but happy.
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3-We're here again. Seems as if this is the place where we all loaf the most.
l0-Some Frosh boys blossom out in long pants. fSanta must have had a few extra
ll-Revival of Learning 'Tis sad but true-.exams are coming. Six weeks tests
are bad enough but now we truly suffer.
l7-They're here! Oh gosh!
24-New semester and many different questions are heard about the building, as,
"Did you pass?" "Oh goody, I beat you. I made 77."
26-Nothing more can happen. We haven't recovered from "mid-terms" yet.
29-Basketball game with Clarendon.
5-Basketball again and victory.
9-The weather is the only interesting thing to talk about these days and its awful.
ll-Game with Panhandle who bravely nosed out on us. Popularity contest opens.
Every one excited.
l5f-Second game with Panhandle and they were victorious again. Preliminaries in
Popularity contest over. Much rejoicing and also much sorrow when the boys
look at their pocket books.
I8-Finals in contest begin! Much borrowing going on.
22-They're over. Everybody happy--that is most everybody.
28--Nothin' more this month.
page One Hundred Eight.
2-Track training well under way.
4-Forum-Philo Banquet at Herring. Even the girls were present
I!q"Gypsy Rover" presented at auditorium. No injuries sustained.
22-Second annual drive. Sharpe and Henry have sore throats again.
30-No spring vacation for us. Tight wads.
I-April fool and Latin Tournament.
Z-Tri State Track and Field Meet-dust, oh my!
7-All the Seniors in their second childhood today.
I5-Baseball game with Hereford.
Z!-Sophomores stage a wild par--oh goodness, I mean a picnic at Box Canyon.
22-23-District meet at Canyon. Amarillo took first place and Barton was high point
man. See you at Austin, Amarillo.
30-Fourteen sweet young things appear at school with question marks on their cheeks!
3-Mr. Jensen gives all his classes a lecture on "Undue Familiarity in the Halls."
4-Gilmore Nunn and Felix Emmett receive severe chastisement for shoving the girls
around. Naughty, naughty.
6-May fete. Spring has came!
I2-Juniors loosen up and entertain us QSeniorsl at the Palisades. A good time was
had by all. ,
23-lllustrious Seniors and their high ideals!
27-Another year gone! ! !
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CAST FOR G
THE COLD TRUTH
Once I dreamed, oh lover
You'd come upon a war horse fine,
Sword in scabbard by your side,
Claiming me to be your bride.
Crusading knights are out of style,
Lounge lizards beat 'em by a mileg
King Arthur stuff won't go today,
So l looked for you in a Nash coupe.
Alas for dreams of maidens fair!
Alas for things that never
The neighbors know that my adored
Calls for me in a stripped down Ford!
l'm a wreck, but you drove me to it
l've been retired, but l'm broke now.
Shiftless, but not lazy.
Nobody hurt in this wreck.
THE SKEPTICS NOTES O
Love is like a diamond -
Dazzling and beautiful to the sight,
But cold and hard to touch.
Love is like a candlelight-
It always flickers out when
It is needed.
Love is like the rim of a canyon-
One look over it makes you dizzy,
One step toward it meets with disaster.
Love is like a mushroom-
You can never tell whether or not it
Until it is too late.
Love is like a applepie--
A little crust
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is the real thing
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not have a successful season, for, out of eleven games played We won
only four. This apparent failure may be contributed to the following:
lack of experienced men and lack of general cooperation. By general
cooperation we mean that the Sandies cannot have a successful team until
about one hundred boys come out for it We had a good coaching staff
this year, but no coach can make a team in one year. Only three members
of this year's team were eiperienced while some of the others had never
donned a suit before. But eleven of these boys will be back next year and
they are plenty good. We were never really whipped and we stood up to
high scholastic standards, which is more than every team can say. With
the experience received this year and with the proper cooperation the l927
Sandies should easily win the district championship and go far toward
winning the state title and they will!
Give 'em 'ell, Sandies!
Page One Hundred Eighteen
A. H. S.-6 CHILDRESS-0
The Sandies took the first game of the season from Childress at Chil-
dress in a hard fought game. Both teams were hampered.by the intense
heat and had it not been for Bassetfs consistent playing we would probab-
ly have lost this game. However, the whole team did well considering
the circumstances and we were certainly proud of this victory.
A. H. S.-I 2 CANYON-I 3
Again the fast Eagles swooped down on the inexperienced Sandies
and took home a victory. As before, the Eagles won with a passing game.
In the first quarter the Eagles scored on a completed pass and in the sec-
ond quarter, Brown of Canyon, intercepted a pass and ran 90 yards for
a touchdown, piling up a lead which the Sandies were unable to overcome.
The Sandies came back in the second half and made two touchdowns but
were unable to kick the goals.
A. H. S.-21 TUCUMCARI-27
The Sandies lost to this New Mexico bunch in a hard fought game.
It was a see-saw affair from beginning to end although the Sandies out-
played the Rattlesnakes in every phase of the game. Three were no
outstanding stars, but everyone fought hard and deserved praise.
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A. I-I. S.-42 HEREFORD-I 3
The Hereford Whitefaces met defeat in the first degree at the
hands of the Sandies. They were outplayed in every stage of the game.
However, the Whitefaces will be remembered for their huddle system
which they had down to a fine edge. Bassett's punt returning and drop
kicking together with the team's good playing won this victory for us.
A. H. SA7 CLOVIS-26
The Sandies followed up their Hereford victory with a defeat at
the hands of another New Mexico team. They fought hard throughout
the game but with six regulars, Bassett, Larsen, Rockwell, Napps, Er-
hardt and Rial, out of the game the Sandi-es were unable to check the
sweeping end runs of the Clovis team Clovis later tied Albuquerque for
the championship of New Mrexico. However, next year the Sandies are
going to show the New Mexico team where their cactus is.
A. H. S.-3 LUBBOCK-0
The Sandies won their first conference game from the Lubbock
Westerners. This was a very hard fought game and had it not been for
a 45 yard drop kick there would have been a different ending. In the
first half the Sandies kept the ball nearly all of the time but they were
unable to put it over and the half ended O to 0. ln the second half
the Westerners put up a better fight but Bassett finally managed to boot
one over the goal in the fourth quarter. The line did pretty work in this
game and Larsen and Bishop deserve mention.
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A. H. S.-6 PLAINVIEWMIO
This is the game that cost the Sandies the championship of this end
of the district. The Bulldogs came here as the 'tunder dogs" and were
fighting mad, while, on the other hand, the Sandies seemed a bit ovef-
confident. However. they were not so over-confident that they did not
fight-Sandies always fight!!-but they lacked some of the spirit that
was displayed in the Lubbock game. Perhaps this can be accounted to ai
break which Plainview had at the first of the game. In the first quarter,
after the Sandies had forced the ball to Plainview's IO yard line, Bos-
well, of Plainview, intercepted a pass and raced for a touchdown. ln the
second quarter the Bulldogs made a field goal piling up a lead which
the Sandies were unable to overcome.
A, H. S.-7 VERNON-27
Although the score does not indicate it this was one of the best games
of the season. The Vernon team did most of their scoring in the first
half, for in the second half the Sandies displayed some real football.
Time and again il looked as though the Sandies were going to win but
always something happened to stop them.
This game did not count in the interscholastic rating but nevertheless
the losing of it hurt. There were no individual stars for every one played
a good game.
A. H. S.-7 LUBBOCK,-IZ
Again the Sandies were defeated in the first few minutes of play.
Lubbock received and marched down the field for a touchdown seem-
ingly without intervention. In the second quarter Lubbock made another
touchdown and the half ended I2 to 0. ln the second half the Sandies
put up a better fight but were unable to make more than one touchdown.
The Westerners were held scoreless during the last half mainly through
the efforts of Bishop, who played a wonderful gamer Bishop played
every minute of every game in the season and deserves great recognition.
l'aH': Om- Hundred Twen
A. H. S.-0 MEMPHIS I0
The Sandies were defeated this time by a one man team. Dennis,
regarded by Mr. Hays and many others as the greatest player in the Pan-
handle, proved to be a regular demon, making all the scores of the day.
ln the first half he made a touchdown and kicked goal and later in the
game he kicked a field goal.
It seemed that the Sandies just couldn't get started in this game.
However it is certain that Memphis couldn't have accomplished so much
without their man, Dennis.
A. H. S-9 PANHANDLE-0
The last game of the season was played by the l927 Sandies, for
all Seniors and men that would not be back next year were not allowed to
play. Travis, who will probably be quarterback next year, piloted the
team like a veteran.
This game was not very important except for the fact that it showed
what kind of a team wie will have next year. All the boys did wonder-
fully well considering everything and it looks as though we're going to
have a real football team next year.
Good luck, Sandies!
Pag One Hundred Twenty-Two
"Anthony" played his last foothall with the
A. H. S. this year. It has been said by
many that Ciarter is one of the greatest aih-
letes ever produced by this school and we
realize now, how we will miss him in the
years lo come. Wherever Carter goes we
are sure that he will malce good and we
wish him all the luclc in the world.
"Big Bishu was one of the greatest men
on the team in hoth size and playing ahility
On the defense Bishop was unexcetled but on
the offense sometimes his passes were off.
However. considering everything Bishop was
one of the best centers ever produced by the
At. H. S. and we're sorry tn have him leave
us next year.
Larsen was the most consistent player on
the squad, He was in there fighting and
coulcl be depended on in every case. Larsen
will be hack next year and we expect great
things of him.
Erhardt was hampered during part of the
season with a bad ankle, but when he was
in condition he played a splendid game,
Erhardt will be back next year and if his
physical condition is all right he should make
a great tacltle.
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Arthur was the littlest man on the squad!
but in size only. He was a regular demon
and had he been a little larger he would have
accomplished much more than he did. This
is l-lamilton's last year we're sorry to say.
NUN N F.nd
Nunn played full-back at the first of the
Season but he was later shifted to end to
take Rl8l,S place. He showed up especially
in receiving passes and was also good on the
defense. Next year Harold should malce a
Ed was one of the few letter men on
this year's team. He was one of our best
pass receivers and next year, with consistent
training, he should show up well.
i'Ken" was about the fastest man on the
team and if he had had more weight he
would have made a real halfbaclc. He will
be back next year and we expect him to be
one of our best men. Good luck, Ken.
"l'ludg" came here from California and
made the team right away. He had plenty
of speed and was especially good on skirting
the ends and receiving the passes. He will
be back next year.
"Auh" did not start football until late in
the offense at line plunging. It was not
was a real fighter. He was especially good
on the defense at backing up the line and on
the offense at line plunging. It was not
abiltty so much as "fight" that made "Aub"
a football player.
Borden was one of the best interference
runners on the team. l-le could always be
depended upon to get his man. Franlc was
also fast and good on off-taclcle plays. Next
year he should be one of our best men,
"Doeb" played fooiball for the first time
this year and did splendid work. He was
plenty fast and hard and had he been quicker
in getting signals he would have been a real
player. Next year we expect a lot of
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A Fat" Smith is ano'her kid that loves foot-
lvll. l-le is heavy, low, and not at all slow.
Smith graduates this year and the '27 San-
dies will miss him.
Conlclfn was the youngest man on the
squad 'his year. W'ith no experience what-
ever he made the team on hard work alone.
Conklin will he hack next year.
'Al7reddie" is just another chip off the
old block. He did not play quite the game
that Guy did hut he had the right spirit and
eat asset to the team. Freddie will
was a gr
not he lnaclc next year.
Clem was another "late find" that turned
out for the hest. l-le played for the first time
in the second Luhlaoclc game but there he
showed his worth and was lettered at the
incl of the year. He will be baclc next year.
"Cicero" played for the first time in the
Clovis game. This was his first year out
but he showed the right stuff and with a little
more experience should have been hard to
heat. We lose him this year.
Bill played football this year for the first
time. Hes a natural born athlete and if he
will only sfay with football he'll make a
real player. Bill has a wonderful arm and
next year he should make our best passer.
Coed luck. Bill.
This was Mr. Hay's third year with the
Sandies and considering everything he put
out a fairly good team. He is a hard worker
himself and consequently he makes the boys
work hard at all times. To Mr. Hays we
extend our best wishes and hearty coopera-
DUTTON Ass't Coach
Last year ' Tiny" made his debut in Ama-
rillo. He was a live man himself so he not
only told the boys but he showed them.
Here's hopin' that "Tiny" will be back next
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The basketball team of this year deserves great praise. Without a
gymn and with very little equipment, the Sandies formed a basketball team
that matched up with the best of them in this part of the country.
Yocham, who was elected captain, was high point man, making 91
points. W. Larsen was second with 51 points and Travis was third with
28. The Sandies made 200 points to their opponents 132, winning 4
games out of 8. The last two games were played with Panhandle who
bravely nosed out on us in both games.
Next year the Sandies should have a real team. Most of the letter
men will be back and for the first time in history the A. H. S. will have
Page One Hundred Thirty
This was "Hanl:'s" second year on the
track squad. He ran the quarter, was the
last man on the relay' high jumped and
hroad jumped. He will he back next year.
"Vice-president" was the most depended
upon man on the squad. He trained hard,
worked consistently, and was always a sure
scorer. Bartonls main event was the hundred
yard dash, which he made in 9 4-5 seconds
at Clarendon. He also ran the 220 and the
low hurdles. Barton will be greatly missed
This was "Ken's" second year on the
track squad and he should show up well at
the district. His main event was the l00
This was Roy's first year at traclc here.
He is long and slender and is a good jumper.
His events were the high jump and the pole
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Due to complications at the first of the
season Nlnagsn was unable to come out until
a few Weelcs before the district. He ran
the quarler and should develop into a good
man in this event. This is "Tags" last year.
"Stan" was a regular fire cracker. He
was consistent, a hard trainer, and was seri-
ous about the wok. "Stan" ran the 220
and the IOO, and was a sure scorer in each
of these events. This is Stan's last year.
"Ham" needs no introduction to the stu-
dent body, because he's just the same old
hard working boy. However, he has not
done so well this year because of a bad case
of measles at the first of the season. We're
sorry to lose him this year.
'ililixu was one of our best men this year.
With 3 years experience and plenty of de-
termination he should do well at the district
meet. His main event is the 220. Elix will
not be haclc next year.
Vilas has one more year and hefore he
leaves he should develop into a last track fy
man. He was thi d man on the relay and V x"W""""
was considered as the mainstay in that event.
This is "D1zzy's" first and last year of high .
srhool lracl-1. He was a hard trainer and was 'k
well liked hy all the hoys. "Daly" ran
"Bake" came here from 'liulia and has
done unusually we'l considering the fact
that he is just a freshman. His main events
were the iavelin thiow and the low hurdles.
Although this was .lacks first year he has
developed into one of our best milers.
has 2 more years with us and if he will only
slay with it he will he hard to heat.
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,lack was first man on the relay.
This was HDoeb's" first year on the traclc
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season with a bad anlcle but throwing the
shot soon put this in shape. He is our best
man in this I-vent and should even be better
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a good place to work in. After a few days training l'lull and Dutton
arranged the first contest, a 2 mile run sponsored by the Clements-Young
Co. This was held on Feb. I8 and was open to all. Charles Frazier
took first place and John Gilliam took second.
On lVlar. 4 a class meet was held sponsored by the Victory-Wilson
Co. Barton took the meet with I9 out of a possible 25 points Borden
took second place.
The annual C-eorge Lindsay trophy meet was held on lVlar. l2.
Schneider was high point man with Z4 out of a possible 25 points. Barton
and Borden tied for Class A honors, each making 23 points.
Mar. 26, the Clarendon lnvitation meet was held. Clarendon took
the meet with 52 points and Amarillo was 2nd with 51 points. Taylor
of Clarendon was high point man with 20 points while Barton of Ama-
rillo was Znd with I5 points. ln this meet Barton ran the l0U yd. dash
in 9 4-5.
On Apr. 2 the Tri-State meet was held. This was the largest meet
.ever held in Amarillo and there were many entries. Tucumcari took first
place with 24 points, Childress second with 20 points, Floydada third
with I8 points, and Amarillo fourth with I6 points. Mocus of Tucum-
cari was high point man with I8 points. Barton was high point Ama-
rillo man with l l points.
Un Apr. Z2 and 23 the Sandies took the district meet for the sizth
consecutive time. Barton was high point Amarillo man with 3 first places.
ln the 220 Barton broke the district record. The relay team, consisting
of Newby, Hudgins, Borden. and Melton, won first place and will rep-
resent at the state meet. Barton, Doebler ancl Hagan will also represent
at the state. Clarendon took second place in the meet with 27 points
and Canyon third with 23 points.
Two more meets, one with Garden City and one with Abernathy will
close the Track season. l-lere's luck Sandies!
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Earl made the squad for the first time this
year. He has 2 more years and we expect
him to hecome a star half miler hefore he
"Hutch" was on the track squad for the
first time this year. He is a hard worlcer
and is an excellent prospect for next year.
"Mexico" came out for the first time this
year and developed into one of our best
field men. His main events were the shot
put, the high hurdles, and she discus throw.
He will he hack next year.
Schneider was another new man here. l-le
is a little fellow hut a hard trainer and was
one of our best men. His main events are
the half mile and the high jump.
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"Pete" showed up as one of our best pros-
pects for next year. He is a hard worker
and a good trainer and we expect much of
him next year.
Jack formerly ran the mile but he now
throws the dis:us and is considered our best
man in that event. jack will be with us
'Johnnyh surprised everyone this year and
turned out to be one of our best men. His
main event is the half mile. "Johnny"
leaves us this year.
"Gaston" was one of the best managers
that a school could have. He was always
on the job and was well liked by all the
boys. Good luck, Gaston!
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Tennis season opened this year with 3 letter men and 7 new men
trying for the team. Captain Bill Flenniken got the boys working as
soon as the weather would permit and consequently they were in good
shape for the Tri-State meet. ln the tournament held McAfee won the
singles and Barnhill and White won the doubles.
The Tri-State meet was held on April 2. Both Amarillo teams
were defeated in the finals, Miami winning the singles and Clarendon
winning the doubles.
On April 5, Amarillo played Canyon and won both singles and
doubles matzhes. McAfee played singles and Bishop and Flenniken
Amarillo played Panhandle at Panhandle on April ll. Flenniken
and lVleAfee won the doubles but McAfee lost the singles to Williams.
On April I4, Panhandle came here and played the Sandies. Barn-
hill and White won the doubles and McAfee won the singles.
In the District meet McAfee represented in the singles and Bishop
and Flenniken represented in the doubles. Amarillo took the singles but
in tlie doubles Bishop and Flenniken lost to Miami in the finals. How-
ever, Flenniken will be back next year and we expect much of him.
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uCapt'n Billy" played on the tennis squad
for the second time this year, Bilfs a won-
der at tennis and if he had had more prac-
tice he would have been unbeatable, He will
be back next year and, what's more, he's go-
ing to show the boys a thing or two.
All Blair lacked was practice. He had a
meitn Serve and a good Mcldaughlan Stroke
but he could not conttol them. However
Francis has another year with us and he
should make good before he leaves.
"Bish" was another man that could not
give- enough time to the game. But never-
theless, he and Bill showed up well at district
and won second place medals. This is Bfsh'
op's last year and we wish him the best of
luck in college.
This was "Cicero's'i third year on the
tennis squad and he has shown the greatest
improvement over preceding years. Lane
played singles this season and we're proud
lo say that he will represent us at State in
them. Good Luclc "Cicero,"
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Coleman was one of the main singles con-
testants this year. He and White were
barely beaten out in the doubles division and
then he was barely beaten in the singles.
Coleman has perfect form and next year he
should take the district and do much at State.
This was 'AAwlcward's" second year out
for tennis. He is a consistent player and
with more practice should do well. This
is his last year.
Johnnie was another tennis player that
stepped into the limelight for the first time
this year. He has good form and should de-
velop into a real player before he leaves.
Johnnie has two more years with us.
This was Gus' first and last year in high
school tennis. He was a very consistent
player and was hard to beat.
Ed was one of the most faithful members
of the squacl. He practiced consistently and
could always be depended upon. We lose
Ed this year.
Harry played tennis this year for the first
time. With mote practice lie should develop
into a good player. He is a senior this year.
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lVlrs. Atwood got her girls started in tennis at an early date this year
and had them in fair shape for the Tri-State meet. "Boots" Askew won
the singles and the right to represent in this meet and the district meet.
Bonita Cazzell and Ruth Hogan won the doubles.
Askew won the singles division in the Tri-State meet but Hogan and
Cazzell, not being as experienced as Askew, were unable to win their di-
vision. However, they got some excellent experience, which is essential
in tennis '
Cn Apr. 5, Amarillo played Canyon. Askew won the singles but
Cazzell and Hogan were again defeated.
On Apr. l I Amarillo played Panhandle and won everything. This
was the doubles team's first victory and it instilled some much needed con-
fidence in them.
The next matches were played at Canyon at the district meet. In
this meet Askew lost in the final to Fallett, thus winning the second place
medal. The doubles team was defeated in the second round. However,
these girls did better than the number of wins and losses indicate. Girls
tennis is new in this school and consequently the school has not made any
provisions for it. Many times the girls had no courts to play on. They
got as far as they did just on their nerve and on their feeling of loyalty
to their school
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"Bob" was the hardest worker on the A4
could and if she lost she went down fighting. - 'L 4-
She will be back next year and we expect -gqrw?
much of her. ff'-
Ruth came here from Montana and alihough
she got a lale start she managed to make the
squad. With Cazzell she went to district
and did well considering everything. She
will be back next year
uBooIs" played on the tennis squad for the
Znd. year. She is a consistent player and
is not afraid to hit'em hard. "Boots" 7 -
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Z5 new men trying for the team. The prospects were good and Mr.
Hays soon had the team in good shape. However a pitching staff and
an outfield had to be developed 'before the first game could be played.
Walker, a new man here, showed up good, and Larsen soon developed
into our best pitcher. Aubrey Fairey, who was elected captain, held
down the shortstop positon and kept the spirits of the club high. The
team so far has done splendidly, winning 502i of the games played, and
3 of those games were played with our old rivals, the Buffaloes.
We certainly hope that they can keep up this record and wish them
the best of luck.
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3. A. H. S.-2 Buffaloes-I0
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6. A. H. S.-I0 Floydada-3
7. A. H. S --I 7 Floydada-3
8. A. H. S.-8 Hereford-9
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.LXUBREY FAiREYffCaptain Shortstop
This was ' Kum's" third year on the squad
and his second at shortstop position. "Kum"
has an excellent fielding record and he still
knows how to use the hat. He throws and
hats right handed.
Foss LARSEN Pitcher. First Base
"Rosy" showed up this year as our hest
pitcher. This is his second year with the
squad but his first as a regular pitcher.
Rosy played first when he was not pitrhing
and filled this position with equal ahili-y,
l-le will he hack next year.
AlJDE.XN l:AlREYfPitcher. Field. First Base
"Speed" played at several different posi-
tions and he did equally well at all of them.
His slow side arm hall seemed to baffle the
batters and consequently he has many wins
accredited to him. Audean is also a good
hitter and we are sorry to lose him.
Bob came here from Sherman, and al-
though he got a late start he has since de-
veloped into one of our best pitehers. He
throws left handed but has right. Next
year with more experience, Boh should de-
velop into one of the hest.
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W. LARSEN Utility
This was "Weeneys" first year out for high
school baseball, but he showed up good, both
in the box and in the outfield. He has 3
more years with us and should malce a real
player before he leaves. He throws and
bats right handed.
BLAYDES Second Base
hldumpyu came here from Dallas to be-
come one of our best ball players. He is a
good fielder and an unusual batter. although
he weighs only ll5 pounds. He will be
baclc next year.
Bot'Les Third Base
ulippi' was one of the 4 letter men on this
vear's team. He showed up at 3rd, and was
a good hitter. Epp throws and bats right
handed. We lose him this year.
Giasow Right Field
"Bill Mae" seems to be following in the
footsteps of his brotherfand he is certainly
keeping up the record of the family name.
He has two more years with us and before
he leaves he should develop into even a bet-
ter player than 'Slceetf' Good luck, Bill.
TRAVIS Center Field
This was Travis' first year as a regular
bu' he played like a veteran. He is an ex-
cellent fie'der and should soon develop into
a gaod batter. Next year we expect much
NUNN Left Field
"Numhslxull" played with the Sanders for
the firs' time this vear. He is 2 herd worker
and loves h'se'3all. He bats and throws right
handed. Nunn will be hack next year.
This was Freddie's first year with the
Sandies but he played like an old man at
the game. He bats and throws right handed.
Hayden will not he back next year.
"Fat" Smith was a good catcher and a
fast mcn. He was always cn the job and
cou'd be depended upon any.ime. This is
Smi1h's lzsl year.
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Russell Biggs: Who was thct new girl vou were out with last night?
Winston Grogan: That wasrft a new one, fjust an old one warmecl over.
Our La .Airosa is a good annual,
The school gets all the fame:
The printer gets the naonfy.
Butlthe staff gets all the blame.
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just South of the Amarillo Country Club Golf Links
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Two halves make a whole, and tl'e fullback goes through.
Scene-Descmond's well lighted parlor.
Earl: What would we ever do if it wasn't for Edison?
Descmond: We'd be having a good time now!
Rockwell: .lust to think l promised my mother l would never be a football player.
Mr Hays: Well youive certainly kept your promise.
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1 0 Hundred Seventy-Six
Amarillo's Largest Distributor of Furniture
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Beulah Bennett wants to know if a neckerchief is the head of a college sorrority
Barrett: "Where are you going?"
Blanche: "Upstairs to catch up on some of my hack work."
Barrettt: "But I thought I heard you agree to meet some of the boys in the hall."
Blanche: "I did: it's work behind Mrs. Tayloris back!"
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Marv has a swarm of bees,
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Must go wherever Mary goes,
For Mary has the hives.
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Elizabeth Tolleson: What are you thinking about?
James L: Same thing you are.
Elizabeth: If you do, l'll scream.
Mr. Dutton was telling one of his classes a few things about elephants and in the
middle of his talk he realized his class was not giving him the attention he should have.
So Tiny severely said, "Now students if you want to realize a true picture of this
animal l am telling you about, you must keep your eyes fixed on mef'
Sales and Service
Frost Motor Company
"When Better Automobiles are Built
Buick Will Build Them"
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l-leni'570'l..eary: l heard you put your money into hee-keeping.
Marvin Sissom: Yes, but l got stung.
John Gilliam: l'd like to see some good second hand cars
Dealer: So would l, young fellow.
Mr. Potter: You read next.
Miss Welsh: That translation was torn out of my book.
Let Us Supply Your Building Material Wants
REMEMBER WE HAVE
Lumber, Lath, Plaster, Shingles, Screen Doors, Windows, Nails. Post,
Builder's Hardware, Sheet Rock, Beaver Board and All
Kinds of Builder's Supplies
Star Lumber Company
Phone 216 505 Jackson St.
OUR TRUCKS WILL GET IT TO YOU PROMPTLY
Page One Hundred Eighty
Pzufo Om: Hundred Eighty-Two
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H. A. Nobles, President M. C. Nobles, Vice-President
A. G. Stanley, Secretary and Treas.
Nobles Brothers Grocer
Main House-Amarillo. Texas Branch at Plainview, Texas
Lyda Mae Walker' wants to know if they put running water in a pig sty, could
they call it a fountain pen?
Hank: l thought you promised your father you wouldn't drink any more
Murrell: Well. l didn't say anything about just as much, did I?
Mr. Jensen: ls that your cigarette stub?
Jim Golding: Go ahead, lVlr. Jensen, you saw it first.
GIBSON BROS. DRUG CO.
209 E. Fourth St.
"Headquarters For The Sandies"
C. C. Gibson "Skeet" Gibson
Page One- Hundred Eighty-
Business Phone 51 Res. Phone 3294
J. L. Summers
HIGH CLASS SUB-DIVISIONS
1 10M West 6th Street
"A Stranger in Amarillo for 27 Years"
Who touches a hair of this old head,
Finds a blonde's a brunette instead.
Elizabeth Wool: I'm afraid to go down this street it's too dark.
Sam Lemons: But, my dear, l'm with you.
Elizabeth: Thatys why I,m afraid.
Florence: Did you take a bath last night?
Virginia: No, was there one missing?
A. V. C. Inc.
Useful Everyday Items You Need
Both during your schooldays, and during each step
in life, as you progress along, life's pathway.
ASSOCIATED VARIETIES COMPANY, Inc.
I pr O Hundred Eighty-Four
217 Polk Street Phones 1540-4706 210-212
Rule Building Garage
E. I-I. POWELL, Manager
WASHING, GREASING, OIL. GAS, TIRES
STORAGE AND ACCESSORIES
MARMON-A Great Automobile Open All Night
Margaret Chestnut: Which had you rather have been, joan of Arc or Mary
Queen of Scots?
Evelyn I-lig: Joan of Arc because she got a hot steal: and Mary just got a
Enid Mayer: I just tore my expensive handkerchief.
Jeanne Blanchard: Gee, that must have been an awful blow.
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Q Prompt Road Service
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Toney Chisum, Inc.
1009 Polk St. Phone 2000
Bread may he the staff of life but that's no sign life should be one continual loaf.
Nell: Yes, Betty said last night she dreamed she was dancing with you.
Stan: You thrill me all to pieces.
Nell: And then she woke up to find her kid brother pounding her feet with
a flat iron.
l've found out why Christine Arnot wears such light dressesg she's Scotch.
lrene Castle ancl Julia Hoyt Modes
Ladies and Misses
Rezldwio- Wear and Mzflzkzefy
705 Polk St.
Page One- Hundred Eight
Tolzien Alusia Store
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Epi Reproduction in its highest
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,J'lW4-f,,QQXl Kimball and Gulbransen Pianos
i Piaiio Tuning
713 POLK ST. PHONE 2195
- On his way to church one Sunday morning a preacher stopped Vilas Newby and
inquired, "Do you ever attend a place of worship, young man F"
"Yes, indeed," replied Vilas with a happy smile, "l'm on my Way to see Bonita
Ruth Cavanaugh: ul feel like Minerva today."
Margaret Caldwell: "Minerva who?"
Ruth : "lVlinervous wreck ! "
C. E. KING
Ladies and Gents Furnishings
Corner 4th 6: Taylor Popular Price Store
ge One Hundred Eighty-Eight
FOR LADIES AND MISSES
Wie feature Hart-Seliaffuer and Marx Coats For
XVoiueu. Also Peggy Paige and Arthur 'XN'eiss dresses
for Ladies and Misses.
See our beautiful Pattern hats made by Rawak,
Piece Goods and Notions
The Ladies Store
513 Polk St. Phone 724
"The Best is none too good"
BOOT MFG. SHOE REPAIRS
Phone 544 116 E. Fifth
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"This ought to enlighten." remarked Blanche Archer as she pourecl on the peroxide.
Even his best friend woulcln't tell him, so Rex Walling flunked a six weeks test.
Lloyd Townes says: t'An I. O. U. is just another one of those paper waits."
Oma Martin: "These peoplc named Relatives sure are popular."
Velma O'Brien: "How come?"
Oma: "Why every day the paper says someone has gone to visit themf'
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
l4000 Sq. Ft. Floor Space
Try Our Service
C. R. CHENEY, Prop.
Page One Hundred Nin
Cur Bank Is Your Bank
Everyone here is at your service, we are happy to serve you. An in-
telligent, progressive bank service awaits you here. There is at your
command our time, attention and experience, as well as good mechanical
equipment to give you safety, accuracy ancl promptness.
Amarillo Bank and Trust
Eugene Vinyard: "All is not gold that glitters."
Leona: "Why, what did you try to pawn?"
Mildred Reclmon: "What do you know about the Persians ?"
Frances Robertson: "Well they were a very rugged people."
Cecil Smith says: "Theres one nice thing about Germany-it would be easy
to make a mark there!"
MURRAY WATTS STUDIO
Phone 3638 607 Taylor
P ge One Hundred Ninety-Two
Ledbetter Drug Company
Two Busy Rexall Stores
Polk at Fifth
Store No. I-Phones 48 and 49
Store No. 2-Phone 456
"Well, l guess that went over big," saicl the ocean Voyager as he leanecl on the
Ruth Lefforge: "Have I powdered my nose enough to cov he dirt?"
Christine Russell: "I think you've covered the grouncl. '
Judge: "The prisoner seems to have been clruggeclf'
Irish Cop: "Yessir, I clrug him five blocks!"
Compliments and best wishes to the
Boys of Amarillo High School
The Finest of 402 Polk Braeburn
Ready Macle "Better IVfen's Wear" Collegiate
Page One Hundred Ninety
Page One Hundred Ninety-Four
The Rotary Club
5 "He Profits Mos!
Service Above Self" ' Who Serves Bas!"
C. E. Gregg G. C. Saunders, Pres.
C. Blackburn Q - -
Rolla Townsend C. Blackburn, SVICC Pres.
Allen Early Rolla Townsend, Secretary
lgaaltnders H. Paul, Treasurer
T. B. Gallaher M. Williams, Serg.-at-Arms
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When Planning Your Home
don't overlook the fact that quality
luniber is essential to satisfaction.
Lumber that has been carefully selec-
ted, graded, and seasoned saves time
in erection, ensures sound construc-
tion and mates a better appearance.
Our adfife 0f1PldI1.f is jhe. Ark us jiar it.
E. S. BURGESS, Lumber
Miss Klapprotb: Can anyone give the derivation of the word Auditorium?
Agnes Berry: Yes-from Audio, meaning bear ancl Taurus, meaning bull.
A place wbere you-
lVliss Klapproth: That will do!
PHONE 352 307 W. 10th St.
SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING CO.
Better Dry Cleaning
A Nl A R l L L O
gt- One Hundred Ninety-5
"Ask The Man Who Owns One"
PACKARD and FRANKLIN
Sales and Service
300 E. 10th St. Phone 391
A flat-tire is a girl wl'o is out of hot air.
lVlan's eyes are like birds in a tree, they flit from limb to limb.
Henry Curts' keacl is iust like a Y W. C. A. swimming pool-it's full of women
Two kincls of girls:
The one that rolls ihe eves.
The one that eyes the rolls.
Your merchandise can be bought for less here, in
our complete store for men, women, and chilclren.
We have what you want
and at reasonable prices.
Greer's Department Store
4th and Polk Street
P O Hundred Ninety-Eight
Complete Drug and Fountain
SPORTING GOODS AND VVALL PAPER
City rug Store
Biggest, Best and Quickest
515 Polk St. Amarillo, Texas
Leon: May I print a kiss on your lips?
Geraldine: No, you're just not my type.
We're wondering if jonah's whale had halitosis.
Inez Beckman: l want some new way to reduce.
Beulah Huff: Try hydrogen, it's a reducing agent.
Mr. Rogers says i'You may leave brains, but you can't prove it." fBy geometry?
You'll Enjoy Eating
POLK STREET CAFE
"Across From Amarillo High School"
N :J J
ge One Hundred Ninety
GENERAL AUTO SUPPLY
Auto Accessories ancl Shop Equipment
109-I l I West Fifth Street
Charles Lowndes: ls it proper to use opera glasses at the musical comedy?
Fred Dodson: It isn't proper, but it usually shows good form.
Some people say that absence makes the heart grow yonder and others say absence
makes the heart grow fonder-for someone else.
For Your Graduation Gifts
Visit Elizabetlfs For Suggestions
ELIZABETH'S LINEN SHOP
Oliver-Eakle Bldg. 602 Polk St.
Virginia l-lerbst says that brevity is the soul of wit and also of successful dressmak-
"The Safe Prescriptionistn
Prompt Free Delivery
Phone 2600-1123 A. S. DICKSON 6065 Polk St.
Bill Howell says his idea of an aristocratic plumber is one who calls his wrench
Auto Trimming and Upholstering
612 Tyler Street Phone 520
H J. D. CAZZELL 1
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Security and Service
4th and Polk Since '89
Savings Accounts Solicited
Virginia Molesworth says: Some girls can he compared to trees in that they
get a new ring each year.
Mr. l-lull, in the club house speaking to the boys who were running around very
scantily clad, "For heavens sake put on some clothes, don't be so effeminateln
N. S. GRIGGS 8z SONS
Funeral Directors Ambulance Service
"A Dignifiecl Service in a Sympathetic Way"
Phone 250 ' Fillmore at Sth St.
Meryl Burton's plea on Foods exam, "lf there are any mistakes on this paper, they
are absolutely unintentional."
Paul P. Sewell John G. Milam
SEWELI.. DRUG CO..
Successors to Fly-Barton--Blackburn Bldg.
107 E. 7th St. Phones 704-705
"It's the little things that count in life," was Fanny's remark when she added the
demerits, fthose little forget-me-nots the teachers enjoy scattering arouncl.j
Opposite Post Office
Sporting Goods. Tools, Paints and Varnishes
WILLIAMS HARDWARE CO.
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Buy Amarillo Dirt
Ranch and Farm Lands
Oil Leases and Royalties
Special Attention Paid to Property of
JNO. P. MATHIS
Buy Panhandle Dirt
National Bank of Commerce Bldg.-Rooms 5-7
Did you ever stop to think wl'at a hard time two cross-eyed people would have
trying to look each other in the eye?
S8,500,000.00 Loaned on Amarillo Residences!
1'pI,000.000.00 Available at This Time!
FIRE and TORNADO INSURANCE
ASKEW and SHORT
Ed Kanouse says that he has a cat and the only insidious thing about that cat is
LOOK FELLOWS-Tudor Hall Collegiate Clothes
Knox and Stetson Hats and Everything for the Young Man
LEVY AND SON
Buy For Cash Phone 3264 Pay Less
LOVING PRINTING CO.
IO9-l I W. 7th St.
"You Don't Have to Wait"
Greta Lee Willis says: Some people couldn't even tell the truth in a diary.
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412 Polk St.
THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS
Give a criminal enough rope ancl he'll tie up a cashier but give the younger genera-
tion enough rope and it will keep on skipping.
Margaret Collins: Why do they always give you such a long ticket when you
fide on the e-ein.
HUPMOBILE end REO
Phones 734-ssso Third and Tyler sie.
Dawn Adkins: Merely something to read on the journey, l suppose.
l..alah Whitaker says: Never kid the judge The day of the court jester is past.
Lucille Murphy: Do you walk home from rides?
Sarah Richards: No, l ride home from walks.
ELK BARBER SHOP
1. N. ALLARD, Prop.
For Ladies and Gentlemen
"It Pays To Look Well"
I 4152 Polk Street Amarillo, Texas l
Page Two Hundred S
PANHANDLE HARDWARE COMPANY
CHARLES H. HOPPIN
The Home of Direct Action Gas Ranges
General Hardware, Queensware and Sporting Goods
406 POLK ST. PHONE 191
Axioms recently discovered: l. Recitation is the science of bluffing. 2. Zero
added to zero, the result is flunk. 3. Zeros are always equal, tho they never coincide.
4. A teacher is a many-sided polygon and equal to anything. 5. A proposition
is a general term for that which confronts the Senior at the end of the year.
SUDDEN SERVICE STATION
Gas, Oils, Accessories, Mobiloils
ik Sixth and Tyler Sts. Joe M. Mobley
Gomer Jones: Did you bring home a remembrance of the Hi-Y trip?
John Daniel: Yes I brought home some towels, a rug, a desk set, and some other
605 TAYLOR STREET
P. H. BUTHKER
1 a Two Hundred-Eight
THE PALACE OF SWEETS
411 Polk sf.
Makers of High Grade Chocolates
Light Lunches, Hot and Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobaccos
We Fill Special Orders For Parties
"If lt's Candy We Have It"
Gomer jones: Evidently you took a room at the hotel.
John Daniel: No, I tried it, but I couldn't get away with it.
Miss Klap.: This was the first time Caesar had made quarters in
Pauline Rogers: I dicln't know he was a counterfeiter.
J. H. THOMPSON PAINT CO.
Painters, Paper Hangers and Interior Decorators
1305 Polk Street Phone 3225W
Catherine Harrison: Can you tell me how iron was discovered?
Olive Cooper: I think I read somewhere that they smelt it.
Doris Wilkinson: Does the moon effect the tide?
Alleen lVIcBee: No, only the untied.
GENERAL REAL ESTATE
"See Us Before Buying"
105 W. 4th St. Phone 533
BRYMER 8: ATWOOD E
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Page Two Hundred-Ten
RELIABLE GUUD5 AIRIIISUNABLE Prince
Its easy enough to be pleasant
When life fIows round and round,
But the girl worth while,
Is the girl who can smile,
While her garters are coming clown.
I fell for a shop girl,
And she was a queen,
As Iovely a maiden
As I've ever seen
But now that we're married,
I think I was rash
Whenever she sees me
She always yeIIs, "CASH,"
For Economlcal Transportation
PLAINS CHEVROLET CO.
902-4 Tyler St. Quality at Low Cost Phones 3737-3738
Page Two Hundred-Eleven
POOL DRUG COMPANY
As Near As Your Telephone
Vlfith a Service That Serves
Many Suitable Gifts for Graduates
PHONE 740 PHONE 2276
Amarillo Hotel Building
Vegetable Song: "ln a Little Spinach Town."
Stalk Song: "Stalk About My Sweetie."
l-lotel Song: ul-lotel Me You Love Me."
Dog Song: Ficlo'nt Get The One l Want."
Tattoo Song: "Oh, It Tattoo Be You."
Tango Song: "Tango Rain No lVlore.,'
Eskimo Song: "Freeze a Jolly Good l:elloW.'
Bologna Song: "Tonight You Bologna To lVle.,'
Four Wheel Brake Song: "For We'll Break The News to Mother."
Even in the Bible days we have proof that men preferred blondes by the descriptive
passage "Let there be light "
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Two Hun dred-Twelve
It's The Cut of The Clothes That Counts
CBill 5 CWalterJ
ADAMS and PARR
The Store of Personal Service
408 POLK St. PHONE 881
Fall had come and spring had gone.
And ice was over allg
I tried to run and make a spring.
Instead I took a fall.
lst workman: Vvhy did the labor boss fire you from that job?
2nd Ditto: Well, you know a labor boss is one who stands around and watches
his gang work.
lst: Yes, but what's that got to do with it?
Znd: Well, he got jealous of me. People thought I was the boss.
Zuma Vance: I'm going to Bond.
Dick Green: Where is Bond?
Zuma Vance: That's where all the whiskey is bottled.
NUNN ELECTRIC CO.
Orthophonic Victrolas-Victor and Columbia Records
417 POLK ST. PHONE 79
age Two Hundred-Thirte
Page Two Hundred-Fourteen
E. LEE SMITH
Tailored Clothes for Young Men
Ociorless Cleaning Gents Furnishing
114 E. Fifth St.
Foreman on iob: Hey, shake a leg wid dat paint woik.
Worker: Sav, Rowe wasn't built in a day.
Foreman: I know it, but I clidn't boss cle job.
Our l927 Custom Built Girl
Legs by Steinway
Bocly by Fisher
Neck by the hour.
Elizabeth Mathis: Every time l open my mouth, l am conscious that some one
Lillian Duncan: Why clon't you use cloves?
"And now, Johnny," said the geography teacher, " can you tell me what is raisecl
in Mexico F'
"Aw go on," replied the bright boy. "I know what you want me to say but
ma told me 1 shoulcln't talk rough U
The Home of Hart, Schaffner or Marx Clothes
Polk at Seventh
PHONE 1061 AMARILLO
Page Two Hundred-Fifte
S. G. BURDINE 81 CO.
Oil Stocks-Business Property
W. C. Mitchell-C. C. Tacllock-C. E. McPherson
F. E. Walker-S. G. Burcline
"Call Us For Service"
Eula Lee: I shouldn,t imagine l'd like to clate the quarter-back of the Here-
Jessie May: Why not?
Eula Lee: Why he would want to use the huclclle system too much.
Fay O'Brien: I clon't neck.
Sharpe: May I press you for particulars?
Mr. Mac: If you keep on smoking you'll never grow up to be like me.
Gilmore: My heavens! Give me a light.
George Parr: Say what are you runnin' for?
Gene Mayer: I'm going to stop a fight.
George: Gee, who is fightin'?
Gene: Me ancl another fellow.
A beautiful horse is comparable to a beautiful woman--and yet you can't shoot a
woman if she breaks her leg.
ANNOUNCING OUR NEW HOME
302 West 10th St.
"Willard Battery Men"
GLENN-LEDFORD ELECTRIC CO.
I 1. Two Humhed-Sixte
"The Store With the Goods"
Corner 7th and Taylor
"The Busy Corner"
Merchandise of Quality at Lowest Consistent Market Prices
Bob Strader: I was drunk last night, Mr. Rogers.
Charlie : Well ?
Boba' Aren't you going to expel me?
Charlie: Why I can't establish a precedent like that, we really must have some-
body in school you know.
Mrs. Taylor: Don't worry, little girl you're not any worse than your grand-
Ann Aleta Blackburn: Yes, and that what makes me so furious.
Thinking lengthens the life, says a physician. Agnes Hensel says she is wond-
ering how some people live through their four years high school.
Recently accepted suitor fto prospective mother-in-lawJ: Mrs. Neely the pretti-
est, sweetest, and cleverest girl in the world has just promised to be my wife.
Mrs. Neely: Congratulations Jack, but I thought it was my daughter you wanted
Good Style Furniture
ls just as essential today as being fashionably clothed, or driving
a late model motor car.
Cash or Credit
PALO DURO FURNITURE CO.
704-6 Polk St. Phone 768
Pam- 'Fwo TIlllllll'0l'l-Q t
The Store of Better Values
607 Polk sf.
Women's Wear Exclusive
Our Best Wishes to the Boys and Girls of Amarillo
We Appreciate Your Trade
His kickings' good,
l-las perfect form,
And speed enough to spare.
And when he comes out on the field,
I'll say he is a bear.
l-ler lcicking's good,
Has perfect form,
And speed enough to spare.
And when she comes out on the stage
I'll say she is some bare.
So on the football field or stage,
Stars aren't so different after all.
And yet l'd rather have a say
For which kind I am going to fall.
"Always First To Show The New"
Mail Orders Promptly Filled
512 Polk St. V Amarillo, Texas
"Where Quality Reigns and Prices Please"
.. Shoe' Store., A
'T Footwear :supreme ,
Barber: Shall I cut your hair close?
Ella Baxter: No, please stand off as far as possible.
Wayland Dwight: I-Iave you started to write your Economics term theme yet?
Walter Warren: Yes I have the first 300 words already.
Walter: Yes, I've taken the first 300 words from the dictionary. I'Il arrange
"May I come over to see you?" Audean, the baseball pitcher telephoned
girl. "I'm not playing today, I have a sore arm."
"Then why bother to come over," sweetly replied "Sis",
Miss Smith: Artie your work is very original.
Artie Vaughn: Yes mam, even the spelling is my own.
When a man sows wild oats he usually raises cain.
WHITE 81 KIRK
30 Years of Faithful Service
Ladies' Apparel - Dry Goods 1 Shoes
Page Two Hundre
Fife ORDWAY-SAUNDERS Accident
Hail igmanCe-L0anS-Bonds Liability
Allw An Old Reliable Agency Burglary
Plate Glass Compensation
Rain Phone 4000 II6 East 6th Bonds
General Agents National Surety Co.
Wha' d' ye shay-flesh go up on th' roof an' have a drink on th' housh.
MANNEY PRINTING CO.
Fifth and Florida
3 8 3
We call for and deliver to any part of the city
Out where there's parking space and rents are reasonable
We can save your temper and at the same time save you money
Elizabeth Kelly: You said you knew something about carpentry, how would
you make a Venetian Blind?
Pauline Fox: That's easy, just stick your finger in his eye.
Suits to Order S25 to S75
I... W. Patton's Fine Tailoring
Cleaning and Pressing Satisfies
Plant 603 Jackson St.
All Work Called for and Delivered
Estd. l9l0 by L. W. Patton Amarillo, Texas
Two Hundred-T ty
marillo aundry E
KW1TCHERK1KK1N" Phone 3456 N
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Panhandle Motor Co.
Compku Stock of 1':m1'1e
PHONE 141 710-712 TAYLOR
LEVERITT'S BARBER SHOP
Excellent Service, Our Motto
High CIass Barber Work
Oliver-Eakle Bldg. Polk at Sixth
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LELA MAE BARNUM
Phone 3277 OIL PROPERTIES Amarillo, Texas
Residence l004 Adams Office 42-43 Smfth Bldg.
Phone 2575-J Phone 26I6
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J. W. CULWELL
AMARILLO, LAWYER TEXAS
F Patronage SoIicited I
WALKER'S BARBER SHOP
2204 W. 6th St. Amarillo, Texas
Everything for the Young Man at
R U B I N S
4055 Polk St. Phone 590
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4th and Tyler Phone 380
CullumMotor Co. vm
Tyler at Seventh Phone 3800
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CUNNINGHAM FLOWER SHOP
Say It With Cunningham's Flowers
I08I -- Phones -- 2790
2407-2409 West Sixth Street AmariIIo, Texas
AMARILLO ABSTRACT CO.
C. D. SEARS, Pres.
Phone I 198 I08 W. Sth St.
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The spirit of Amarillo High Students has been a tonic
to our city throughout the year. Nile have watched
and cheered you in your football games. VVe have
noted your scholastic achievement and the exhibit of
your work accomplished. To those who graduate
this year we wish you health, happiness and Ama-
rillo spirit always. To those who carry on, we are
with you in every enterprise and goal. As a last word
we wish you to join us in making The Palisades every-
thing we hope and plan for it.
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PORTR AITS--KODAK FINISHING
mme Portraits, Panoramas, Commercial XVork
C. A. GRAY, Prop.
Picture Framing, Framed Pictures
Photographs Tell the Story
AMARILLO DRUG CO.
Students Patronage Solicited
Drugs, Soclas, Sundries and Toilet Articles
"Ama.rillo's Favorite Corner"
Polk St. at I2th. Phone 2734 and 4385
McCARTY MOTOR CO. Inc.
STUDEBAKER and ERSKQINE
Panhandle and Eastern New Mexico
1, 405-l3 Fillmore St. Phone 2629-3242
E. F. RITTENBERRY
301 Blackburn Bldg. Amarillo, Texas
"Architect for the High School"
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PARENTS -- STUDENTS
What is an education worth in dollars and cents? The College of
Business Administration in Boston University found that a high school
graduate earns between age eighteen to age sixty about 378.000,
A College or Technical School graduate earns during the same
period about sI50,000.
Yale University finds that it costs on the average 556,790 to keep
a student in that College four years.
Parents, ask us for booklet, ulnsuring the College Education of the
Child," issued by the National Association of Women's Clubs.
Students, prepare to assume leadership in the business and pro-
fessional world. Insure your life adequately-as a means of thrift and
savings and protection, it has no equal.
AMERICAN CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE
FLOYD V. STUDER, Superintendent
403 Amarillo Building
Josephine Crenshaw, Special Agt. Clay E. Thompson, District Mgr.
Phone II73 Phone I 173
404 Amarillo Building 404 Amarillo Building
W. W. Flenniken George Parr Leland Abbott
President Vice- Pres Sec'y. 6: Treas
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I-I. G. Windsor
ENGINEERS and BUILDERS
Ruilcler of the New Ynit
AMARII,li,U HIGH SCHOOL
'XSSOCl2liCll General Cont1'z1cto1's of America
Skill, Integrity and Responsibility
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THE HIGHEST CLASS
BARBER and TONSORIAL WORK
Found in Amarillo
Amarillo and Herring Hotel
Dieie Pickens: A million germs will live on the head of a pin.
Mary C. Chandler: Thats a strange diet, isn't it?
Leman Millrer had taken the job of painting a barber pole, hut before he could
start work he had to find some striped paint.
Miss Warr.en: l-low are matches made?
Iona Miller: Matches are made in heaven. I don't know how.
Miss Smith: Show how the word "plenty" is used incorrectly.
Ed Doucl: I have plenty of money.
"Smart Wear For Men"
510 Polk St.
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The standard by which all others are compared"
MISTLETOE BUTTER AND ICE CREAM
"The Aristocrat of the Dining Table"
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