Amarillo High School - La Airosa Yearbook (Amarillo, TX)
- Class of 1937
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RUSSELL STA'r1oN121u' COMPANY
As the sun dial marks only the hours that
shine, so may this, theeLa Aimsa of 1936-37,
mark for you those hours which will become
pleasant memories as time goes on.
To coaches Blair Cherry and Howard Lynch,
whose steadfast devotion to the spirit of .good
sportsmanship has inspired us and brought
renown to our school, we dedicate' this book.
Fevzfmfef am! f4a'fUeriz'5z'11g
CH.'Xlil.lZS M. ROGERS, Supcrintenrlent R. B. NORMAN, Principal
Front Rowj Mrs, N. Browning, Miss Mabel Rowan, lvliss Oretha Cornelius.
fSecond Rowj Mrs. Gervis Taylor, Miss Minnie Feicrabend, Mrs. C, C, Shaller, Mrs. Elizabeth Fly
Third Rowj Robert S. White, Lauchlin McNeil, R. F. Williams, W. I-l. Gordon, R. B. Norman.
QBack Row, Chas. A. Wallace, Howard Lynch, T. H. Haynie, T. H. McDonald.
Front Rowj Mrs. Earl Vsfyatt, Miss Maggie Avent,
Second Rowj Miss Gladys Armstrong, Miss Catherine Chapman, Mrs. W. E. Murrell.
fThird Rowj Miss Celia Feinstein, Miss Dorothy Staley, Mrs. Dorothy Brokaw, Oscar Wise.
fBack Row, Miss Nellie lane Luther, Hugh Underwood, M, Browning, I. Blair Cherry.
fFront Rowj Mrs. Lela Crossett, lxlrs. O. D. Thompson, lvlrs. C. P. Atwootl.
fSecond Rowj Miss Ursula Angell, Miss Cora Russell, Mrs. Alice MCDz1vicl, Mrs. C. C. Walden,
Third Rowj Mrs. A. L. Brint, Miss Louise Russell, Mrs. D. Neill, Miss Kate Wilsori, Miss Iewell
fBack Rowj Ben Guill, Miss Annie May Klapproth, Wayne Miclrlleton, T. G. Hull.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Th p Presidentg Billie McEacl'1ern, Vice Presidentg Oscar S hll
FOURTH DOWN AND GOAL TO GO
Though youire now a lorclly senior
You soon will go awayg
Eleven years of schooling
Will end this coming Nlay.
But may you not forget the times
Wlieii you Played, heart and soul,
Witli only one clown left you,
But about to cross the goal.
Your school days as a senior
Are fleeting awfully fast-
Four glorious years of high school
Have slipped into the Pastg
But in life,s big Conference Game
May you, looking backwarrl kai-u
You did Well in senior scrimmage
With fourth down and goal to go.
Alice Ruth Arden
R. B. Barkley
Gracie Ray Bennett
I. D. Bishop
Ellen Lois Blake
Vera lean Boyd
Robert F. Brown
Billie Louise Burger
Bond Burgess, Ir.
Ella Mae Burleson
A. I. Caldwell
lvlary Ioyce Chenaulr
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Billy Ed Cox
Stella M216 Daniel
VVillii irmi Danvcr
Mary Ellen Davey
Doris Loraine Davis
Leta Lee Day
Iohn Henry Eisenberg
Peggy Ruth Elson
I. P. English
Mary Emma Finley
lvlzlry Ruth Florey
Herlmerr Foster, Ir.
Iohn Ellis Gill
Rittie Mabel Good
Mary Iane Hamilton
Clema Ioyce Hzrralson
Ima Iewell Heclgecoke
Margaret lane Higgins
Roy Preston Hill
Cleta Grace Holland
Betty Ann Holloway
Katie B. Huddleston
L. Melvin Iackson
Madge Lee Iolmstun
Coalene La Cour
Mary Elizabeth Land
Sara Lee Linclly
Georgia Beth Lodter
Lee Roy Lorr
Bert W. McGinnis
Iohn Thomas McGowan
Ivfury Louise Meharg
Henry Nick Miller
Ben Monning, Ir.
Margaret lane Roberts
La Vern Sanders
Laura Mae Slaughter
Edna Mae Smith
lVl1lfg2ll'l'f Inna' Stn
CQ. M. SIOIIK'
Billie Bess Thomas
C. W. Tomlinson
Tom H. Tutt
Agnes Ann Wagxier
Lyna Maye White
Lorene A. Woozl
I. C. Wright
john C. Wyatt
I. W. Zischang
On May 22, 1936, Clyde Scott, a junior, died. He had endeared himself to his classmates
by his winning personality, and to the student body as a whole by his excellent interpreta-
tion of negro character parts. Though we have missed him this year, the memory of his
droll humor and of his bright spirit remains with us.
On February 26, 1937, O. A. Blankenship, a junior who was in school last year, died after
a short illness. O. A.'s nature was shy and retiring, but he had many friends who
remembered him for his lovable qualities. I-le had made for himself a place which no one
else can fill.
On April 23, 1937, Betty Alexander, a member of the senior class, died of phneumonia.
Since she was ill only a few days, her friends were shocked to hear of her untimely death
and their last days of school will be saddened because of her absence. She had a chnrniing
personality and took a great i11terest in school life.
Wlhen l consider Life and its few yearsw L
A wisp of fog betwixr us and the sung
A call to battle, and the battle done
Ere the last echo dies within our ears,
A rose choked in the grass, an hour of fears,
The guests that past a darkening shore do beat,
The burst of music down an unlistening street-
l Wonder at the idleness of tears.
Ye old, old dead, and ye of yesternight,
Chieftains, and bards, and keepers of the sheep,
By every cup of sorrow that you had,
Loose me from tears, and make me see aright
l-low each hath back what once he stayed to weep:
Homer his sight, David his little lad!
Lizette Woodworth Reese.
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SALUTE T0 TI-IE SENIDRS
All hail the seniors,
The kings of A. H. S.
Of all the high school classes
They're the oldest and the best.
And Whether deadly serious
01' acting like a fool,
A senior, he would have you know,
Is king of all the school.
SALUTE TO TI-IE IUNIORS
All hail the juniors,
They've not four years behind them-
They get along on three.
They have one consolation
And express it, never fear:
'KVVe'll be seniors here in ,38-
And Watch our senior yearln
. Jfykw i
IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Owen Moore, President, Dorothea Dell Sclieihagen, Vice-President, Mzirjorie Owen, Secretary.
fFront Rowj Betty lean Hughes, Dorothy Boren, Lillian Burnette, Helen Stocker, Roberta Newell,
fSecond Rowj Ruth Roberts, Andrey Dickerson, Kay Vkfzikeficlcl, Ioan Boone, Ioscphine Kuykenrlnll
Inez Gill, Margaret Stone.
ffhird Row, Dorothy Dell Iackson, Allegra Lord, Nlzxrjoric Owen, Pauline Guyncs, Martha Willizuns
Virginia Edwards, Dorothy Denton.
fFourth Rowj Wylie Fuqua, Ierry McLi1re, Iohn l-Ieket, Iohn Sory, Lyle Carroll, Vernon Simpson
fBack Rowj Charles Campbell, William Klingensmith, Charles Wade, Iohn R. Horne, Billy Mack West
E. E. Finklea.
fFront Rowj Helen Conrad, Elizabeth Hales, Marybelle Crawford, Elizabeth Shaw, Prudence Stiteler.
fSecond Rowj Maria Minchaca, Allie Virgil Day, Thelma lean Lawrence, Mildred Latham, Iimmie
fThird Rowj Elizabeth Sears, Gwendoline Baker, Margaret Lillibridge, Ioyce Mace, Rophena Sandage,
flzonrth Rowj Elaine Stover, Virginia Middleton, Martha Fisk, Sara McEachern, Anita McDowell,
Verna Mae Garthwait, lean McCrorey,
fBack Rowj William Oliver, Charles Meadors, Crawford Hoover, David Langdon, G. C. Claybrook,
Ioe H, Goodman, Iames H. Ewell.
fFront Rowj Mona Bowman, Mary Ion Sullivan, Loree Floyd, Ruth Ann Hill, Norma Wills, Angelin
fSecnnd Rowj Mary Ann McSluadden, Delores MCAlIlCy, Neva Mac Evans, Mildred Warreii, La
Verne Hntchens, Ethel McLen1ore.
flliird Rowj Inanita Phillips, Ruth Robertson, Neal Znltav, Carol Caldwell, loe Horner, Leo Kearns.
Qlrourth Rowj Larry Carre, Wallace Duncan, Erik Petersen, Chilton Hill, T. Likins, lack Williams,
I. L. Rury.
fBack Rowj Robert Rowntree, lack Looney, Bill Lindsey, Henry DeLainar, Wallace Brown, Vernon
Martin, Bob Wise.
QFront Rowj Iuanita Looney, Elizabeth Miller, Dorothy Dell DuBose, Ieanette Herrington, lean
fSecond Rowj Lucile Evans, Betty Anne Smith, Mary Bess Zweig, Iackie Dobson, Betty lone Ames,
. E. Bills.
QThiid Rowj Arra English, Irene Bates, Imogene Wilson, Cassie Davis, Alice Wright, E. Dozier, Ir.
QFourth Rowj Madeline Hardin, Lourene Kolb, Billy Batson, Curtis Brown, Sallie Robinson, Paul
fBack Rowj B. F. Hill, I-I. B. Hales, Kirby Barnett, Roy Koch, Ermon Newton, Iunior Garrett, Howard
fFront Rowj Ida Sue Taylor, Marcella Floyd, Betty Iayne Ridgway, Dorothy Norvell, Voncil Hare,
Helen Ioy Smith, Betty Armstrong.
fSec0nd Rnwj Durward Meadows, Toney Gochnauer, Toni Myers, Dean Brown, lack Goulcly, Bob Bllflll.
fTbirrl Rowj Wallace Duncan, Iobn Ross Brazlford, Bob Storsetb, Ken Evans, Ormond Wright, Iimmie
Nail, Toni Collins.
QFOurth Rowj Vernon Smith, Walters Donnelly, Clarence Bassett, lired Beeman, Bob Ely, Porter Fuqua,
R. L. Pendergraftz.
fBack Rowj Shirley Gray, Woodward Howell, Linus Bromert, M. T. Norman, P. A. Quarles, Robert
Williams, Bob Bennett.
QFront Rowj Morris Dial, Viola Adams, Ivan Ollie Hennington, Onin Honeyeutt, Enalee Crawford,
Beth Smith, Melba Barron.
QSecond Row, Iames Neece, Marjorie Dudley, Everett Stanley, Anne Neudigate, Iva Miller, Weldon
Barton, Ed Hilton.
fThird Rowj Iohn Warner, Ernest Burton, Earl M. Deterly, Iames La Cour, Edgar Parker, Russell
McKinley, Ed Farmer.
fBack Row, Robert Rollins, Morton Walker, Iames Duckworth, Iohn R. Gruver, Ray Gowdy, Neuland
QFront Rowj Margaret Connellee, Kathryn Ioncs, Ira Mae Palmer, Rosa Lee Barker.
fsecond Rowj Marian Boyd, Ruby Robinson, Manrene Walker, Monte Harrison, lla Mae Robertson,
Etta Mae Kelley.
QThird Row, Mary Ann Tolleson, Wiliiiai NViard, Eunice McClain, Francine Purdom, Iean Tomlxerlin,
Horace Templeton, Bill Wilson.
cB2lCk Rowj Iohn Lee, Claude Brooks, Gordon Molyneuux, Carl Key, Lyndon Hobbs, A. L. Anderson,
Qsecond Rowj Iewel Roper,
QThird Rowj Virginia E.
QFront Rowj Lula Lee Wells, Marguerite Pierce, Robinson, Geraldine Smith, Artie Dwight,
Helen Dawson, Mary Ready, Geraldine Nicholas, Virginia Dunlap.
ret Brewer, Etta Lou Propst, Betty Martin, La Verne Boyd, Iarnes
fFourth Rowj Ralph S. Ston , erman Patton, Vernon Ellis, Marion Giles, Allen johnson, Ed Wright,
T. W. Stanford. .
fBack Rowj Iohnie VValker, larence Crews, Loyd Henson, Paul Taylor, lack Pittman, Ir., Kenneth
Eront Rowj leanette Donaldson, Mavis Cutting, Nlarion Stevens, Nellie Mae Ross, Dale Fuqua, Billy
fSecond Rowj Lorena Palm, Null Marie Cole, Geuelle Davis, Dorothy Andrews, Alma Male Lawrence,
Qlhird Rowj Myra Smith, Ruth Epperson, Rulwyc Iames, Rachel McDowell, Esther McDowell,
Marjorie Green, Boh Mallctt.
Back Rowj lack Steger, Alfred Scarborough, Guy Bennett, Iohn Reeder, M. H. Bell, Kyle Savage,
fFront Rowj Gwendolyn Roberts, Iohnnie Ruth Skaggs, Faye Evelyn Palmer, Agnes Rose Latson,
Dorise Aileene Morris.
fSeCond Rowj Adeline Corn, Margie Bridges, Alma Pool, Ora Mae Brannan, Louise Copeland, Lucille
QThird Rowj C, D. Thompson, Courtney Kingsland, Virginia Smith, Betty Hodgin, Catherine Chumley,
fFourth Rowj Francis Miller, Donald L. Dutton, Charles Mize, Walter Monnt, R. McCurdy, Harris
Ball, Iack Hemingway.
fBack Rowj D. Cantrell, Charles Dammier, Billy Ferguson, Iimmie Marlatt, George Bost, Frank
McLaughlin, Harley Stone.
fFront Rowl Zinita Byers, Leona Hensel, Ann Claire Brannen, Dorothy Neal, Ruby Barker.
fSec0nd Rowj Irina Iean Byrd, Dolly Wings, Charlotte Dammier, Rhoda Lou MeClendon, Eileene
Morrison, Helen Howard.
Q-Fhircl Row, lean Florey, Marie Dumas, Vivian Robertson, Irene Cainpbell, Billy Lue Terry, Mellia
QFourth Rowj Maxine Wright, Ann Marie Walker, Mabel Bishop, Betty lane Golding, Brack Garrison,
L. E. Flowers, Lowell Lawrence.
QBack Rowj Harmon Fansler, Wayne Cates, Doniphant Keener, lohn Marshall, George Willingham,
Curtis Benton, Ross Tillinghast. -
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fFront Rowj Sarah Ellen Will, Dorothia McSmith, Nina Gray, Kathryn Mitchell, Beverly Gaines,
Virginia Rich, Olyne Cowart.
fSecond Rowj Ieanne Ansley, Beatrice Iune Cox, Isabella Edith Krasner, Yvonne Powers, Carol cle
Laho, La Verne Savage.
fThird Row, Ruby Frances Hill, Isabelle Mashburn, Charles Konkle, Grace Edna Reese, Norma Fern
Schneider, Dorothea Roseberry.
QFourth Rowj Maxine Cloud, Ioe O'Grady, Milton Tyler, Wilber Iones, R. C. Stout.
QBack Rowj Iohn Dwight, Ben Thompson, I-larry Townsley, Ioe Grave Gen Ioyce, Kenneth Franks
Gene Gray. df.
fEront Rowj Georgene Barrett, Katherine Spillers, Mabel Stephenson, Mary Elizabeth Gwyn, Ruby
QSeconrl Rowj D. Larue Nix, Leone Rowell, XVanrla King, lane Cowrlrey, Ruth Finley, Louise Lacefielcl.
fllhird Rowj Edythe l-Ierzet, Iohn Schwan, Alvah Thompson, Betty Renfroe, Alva Palmer, lack Evans.
fFourth Rowj Charles Leveritt, Frank Iones, Lewis Davis, Vxfalter Word, George Overhuls.
QBack Rowj Dan P. Lawrence, C. B. Marsh, lim Blossom, Don Albright, Alvin Lemons, Frank Howell.
fFront Rowj Eldon Siebel, Margaret Kerns, Gloria Stinson, Florence Whittington, Mary Io Anderson,
Ioyce Daggett, Iean Duniven.
QSec0nd Rowj Ina Mae Iudd, Dais Lee D t A
Byars, lean Ravey. A
fThird Rowj N. Hudson, Paul Christakis, Edwin Regal! Carl Cope, T. W. Stalnaker, Iames Howard,
fFourth Rowj Roberta Vv'ales, Fle
Vanhooser, Richard Thrasher.
y o son, nna Lee Iackson, Jessie Lee Pannell, Goldena Kay
da Crawford, T. Miirrell, Thomas Andrews, Ioe Pryor, Donald
fBack Rowj Raymond Mayes, C. W. Kelley, Hale Crawford, Frank Brown, Lloyd Ford, Iohn Hodges,
Q kv 655,
flfrnnt Row? Francis Higlirowcr, W. Z. Clark, Dorris Dulce-minicr, Mcrlc- Nlcdurt, Mziric Nlartliews,
CSC'l'0llfl Rowj Anitai Ray Logan, M:il'tl1z1 Iordun, Dorothy licwell, Opal Pitt, lvlclvin Buyer.
f'l'lii1'd Rowl Rodger Bzirlonc, Ned Weills, Odell Leno, Llnvd Walker, Ollie Mala- CiI'2lUl'lC'2lKl
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Cl:0IllTl1 Rowj Wl!lSItlIl Browne, Bzxscom Timmons, Virginia Todd, Iessie Griffin, Verna Lee Blnndcll.
flinck Row? Iimmie Lawson, l"lolaart Dain B1lllgllS, Sum Wt-st, Henry lvloorc, W. A, Robertson, Fred
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fFront Rowj Frances Ray Pitts, Dorothy Foster, Lucille Durrett, Raymond Harris, Clarence Holt.
fSecontI Rowj Earl Cowart, Helen Miistera, Christine Lindsey, Dorothea Dell Scheihagen, Billy Anderson.
Q-fhirrl Rowj Karl Kirk, Bruce lvliner, lili Sveullolif, Raynmnrl Gooclrieli, XVomlrow Baldwin, Sam Cox.
ffourth Rowj lim Griggs, N. A. Lane, Charles Smith, Al jenkins, lack BllI'Cl1.
ffiack Rowj Robert Cooper, Harold King, liarl Smith, G. XV. Reynolds, Toni Sliurt.
fFront Rowj Geneva Rice, Rose Kligman, Maxine Shackelforcl, Beulah Parker.
fSecond Rowj loc Brown, Morris Crow, Na Deane Hardin, Ruth Overstreet, Ioyre Cox, Elaine Kelleam.
fThird Rowj Mozelle Smith, lone Bassett, Oma Keeter, Dorothy Iaster, Harriett Holman, Dortha Lentz
fFourth Rowj Connie Underwood, Otella Wright, Harriett Emery, Le Claire Eakle, Vauneeil Bright,
I. C. Page.
fBack Rowj William Longstreth. Elton Simmons, Ir., Kenneth Beets, Lawrence Pamplin, Irwin Park,
I. F. Pittman, F. B. Vv'illiamSon,
l write this ode
Lest we forget-
Ole A. I-I. S.
And the People we met.
Therels Dorothy Klorgan
Wlio rated "tops"-
Ancl Bill lVlCEachern
VVho playefl for Mhopsfl
M21'g81'Ct lane Higgins
Ancl her wiclow'5 Peak-
The style and clothes of
YVho played Romeds part-
And Bryce QDrunkardQ Beard
Another of that sort.
Miss Feierabend, Terry Martin
The stuclentsl pet, Vlfolflin Cirelcls pest ----
1' mo only gives you lm' liclireiis' llunks f--,f f
'A IC grzicles you get, . Nornuui clues the rest.
A. H. S. flirt- -
Known as K'Squirt."
Of newspaper famcf
And Carol Askew
l'Quecn of Nickiiaixies.
And Angell, dear
Wlio sprints in the gym-
'xllfl Nliriam Peckham
Nlusical and slim.
Known as "Walt,'
lf this ode is Printed
ltls not my fault.
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SQPHQMORE CLASS QPFICERS
Eddie Stor h, Presidentg Mary Stack, Vice-Presiclentg Mary Taylor Ball, Secre
SAIUTF TO THF SOPPIOMORFS
All hail the sophomores,
The youngest high school class!
But every sophomore laddy
And every sophomore lass
Has, deep Within his loyal heart.
The soplfs superior creed:
g'Don,t class us with the freshmen
For they're 21 greener breedf,
, . to Lfqffiiw
fFront Row, Nazimova Montgomery, Pearl Whitehead, Dorothy jane Dutton, Donnaleita Cobb,
Cynthia Patton, Virginia Bussey.
fSecond Rowj Ina Belle Timmons, La Dene Branum, Ruby Butler, Pearlhee Brunimett, Betty Moiiarch,
Dorothy Hoppin, Thelma Houston.
QThird Rowj May Lewis, Dorothy Marie Bean, Anastacia Sanchez, Geneva Stinson, Marie Oglesby,
lean Whitaker, Gilbert Knox.
fourth Rowj Billy Sherrill, Dale Garland, Harold Eghart, lack Ioncs, Eugene Davis, Carlos Wagoner,
Qllaflq Rnwj Ihlilii- Buyil, If-hu Vuru, Duiuzllil Nelson, lm- lfruigman. flllflliill flilvlax, lirlgzu' lf IM,-Lglm,
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QFront Rowj Dorothy Phillips, Audrey jane Priest, Melba Gray, Wanda McGa11Ql1ey, Mildred Willis,
QSecond Rowj Alberta Latus, Mary Beth McClung, Louise Vincent, Melba Baker, Nell Spann, Mary
fThird Rowj Earl I-Iolcomb, Rheuben Holmes, Orval Tigart, Howard Taylor, Billy Edwards, Tecl
fBack Rowj Robert White, G. Sewell, Clifford Morrow, Max Neal, W. VValters, Lynn Whitely.
fFront Rowj Sammie Meredith, Barbara Iane Scott, Betsy Anne Bennett, Carolyn Coffman, Alma Lee
McCuistion, Dorothy Iones, Imogene Hammond.
QSecond Rowj Reba Weseoat, Georgia Mae Ross, Helen Hickmott, Rosalie Deaver, Billie Maxine
Nicholson, Ruth Clark.
fThird Rowj Betty Caldwell, Bettybelle Britain, Marilynn Seale, Martha Gene Harrison, Sammie Lee
Singletary, Iune Fox.
fFourth Row, Shirley Moseley, Margaret Bishop, Frances Shudde, Bonnie lean Beyer, Louise Marrs,
Mary Katherine Hills, Thcrln Dyche.
fllncli Rowj Dyke Cullum, ILIIIIUS lX4illcl', Ray Grccn, lircrl llwing, l'uL llllIHlYlll'l'y, fl1IlVlll llill.
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fFront Rowj Edith McLaughlin, YVanda Brown, Dena Beth Gilbert, Dorothy Taylor, Marcalea Richman,
fSecond Rowj Florence SoRelle, Luvina Fracly, Louise Burch, Althea Kunkel, Reba Gainblin.
QThird Rowj Iames lvlorrow, Bill Damron, Everette Rury, D. T. Callaham, Clyde Gibbins, Dan McDade.
fFourth Rowj Carson McPherson, Ralph Quest, Bill Thompson, Lawrence Brewer, A. L. Giles, Howard
Wayne Cogdill, Arthur Pearce.
fBack Rowj Otis Beard, Earl Sawyer, Gerald Haston, A, Houston, Clayton Watkins, Vertreece
Winfield, Iohn R. Horne.
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fSecond Rowj Mary Minnich, Opal Dee Miller, Betty Riner, Mary Stack, Lorene Barlow,
QThird Rowj Helen Ficke, Mary Frances Vanhooser, Harriet Mendel, Evelyn Gillette, Sara Beth
Hallmark, Patricia Celey, Mary Lucille Doche.
QFourth Row, Martha Bisbee, Thelma Wright, Eula Mae Bittick, Ruby Hayhurst, Ed Wright, T. W.
fBack Rmvj Ernest Perry, Iames Holman, Ioe Leverett. Bill Black, less johnson, Terry Odom.
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QFront Rowj Maxine Lain, Genevieve Tanner, Laurene Luclclen, Ieanneetta Hershon, Margaret Burke,
Opal Fern Lake.
QSecond Row, Edna Earl Iackson, Bonnie Salmon, Rethalee Mathews, Rachel Gregory, Billy Reeves
1r ow ar otte nne re , orotm o m t , artua eas, orot ascoe, ar ee ixon.
Th'dR Chl A GggD ly SyhM IT D hyP Edg L D'
QFourth Rowj james Farmer, VVade Bnrks, Glenn Thomson, lack Vernon, Gilbert Holbrook, Iimmy
QB:-lck Rowj Clarence Howe, Oran Hendricks, Billy Hill, Yale Rice, lack Rogers, R. D. Salmon
fFront: Rowj Gerry Dodd, Helen lean White, Mary Taylor Ball, lvfartha Gene Williams.
fSec0nd Rowj Patricia Harris, Virginia Collins, Gertrude Bates, Fern Gravestoek, Betty O'Br'en.
fThird Rowj Roy Vineyard, Iane Parris, Grace Virginia Rogers, Dorothy Stit , Beverly Ann Lumv in,
Sam Hanes, Ir.
QFourth Rowj Eddie Storscth, Iames Kenehan, Leon Davis, Donald Parvi , . C. Grammer.
fBack Rowj Gene Howard, Mary Tomberlin, George Roper, Miltoii Ric n, Robe t M 1 xgene
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Front Rowj Dwayne Blair, Iohn Peters, Bill Adams, Delmar Durrett.
Second Rowj Jim Gulelce, Wallace W'heeler, Louise Bennett, Betty Pitschke, Connie Roberts.
Third Rowj Allyne Davis, Bertie Dale Hudson, Mary Frances Christie, Louise Paxton, Wilma Maxine
Fourth Rowj Catharine Iohnson, Lorraine Baker, Elizabeth Lloyd, Frances Ballow, Vanita Stallings.
Back Rowj Richard Iohnson, Ralph Beck, Bob Bell, Ross T. Radey, Thomas Iones, Thomas Sanders.
Top Row Left
Iohn S. Gill
Qsee next Pagej
Bottom Row Left Top Row Right
, George Overhuls
V My I 'Raymond Mayes
Bottom Row Right
Ed Bagot fManagerj
Earl Shelton QManagerj
Bobby Rogers QManag
fFront Rowj Dick Ross, Ioe Freeman, Lloyd Walker, Brack Garrison.
fSecond Rowj Ned VVeills, Barney Gochnauer, Raymond Beard, Ralph Quest.
Third Rowj Bob Gifford, Bob Carpenter, Marvin Chamberlain, Bob Roberts.
fBack Rowj T. H. I-laynie fCoachj.
SANDSTCDRM BASKETBALL SQUAD
Front Rowj C. W. Kelley, Owen Nloorc, Newman lvliller, Vernon M2lI'I'lIl, llaxrolal King,
Second Rowj Bittie Callahan fM2lll21gCFD, Bill Tlionilvson, Bob Maxwell, Milton Sims. Iohn Warner
Back Row, Eugene Moore, Tillman Nnngesser, Ross Tullinglmsr, R. C. Rollins.
YANNIGAN BASKETBALL SQUAD
fFront Rowj Pat Humphrey, C. B. Marsli, Kenneth Beers, Ray Green, Robert White,
fBack Rowj Fred Brokeshoulder fMz1nagerj, Alvin Lemons, Carlton Gibbs, Robert Williams, Ray
Gowdy, Eddie Boyd.
YANNIGAN FOOTBALL SQUAD
Ray Green, Iesse Iohnson, Milton Riclmidson, Alvin Lemons, C. B. Marsh, Ode-ll Leno,
Donald Vzmhooscr fMunagcrj.
T. G. Hull fliouchj, lohn Warner, loc l:l'CCI11klll, Orval Tigarr, Milton Tyler, loc
Iohn Marshall, C. Page, F. B, Williamson, T. W. Stalnakcr.
Neal Byrd, Clayton Warlcins, Lloyd Ford, Iohn Reeder, Wallace Brown, lack Parks,
Lawrence Pamplin, Bill Oliver, Gerald Hasron, Pat Humphrey.
fFront Rowj Mary Privitt, Inez Gill, Iackie Dobson, Mary Stack.
fSecond Rowj Catherine Privitt, Mary Elizabeth Ziegler, Frances Crawford, Virginia E. Red, Georgene
Front Rowj Carol Caldwell, Bill Wilson, Elvin Vestal, Milt-s Durham, Leon Montgomery, Robert
Second Rowj Marvin Chamberlain, Alfred Scarborough, Allen Iohnson, George Roper, Vernon
Armstrong, Harold Ricketts, Bob Roberts, Tom Tutt, QManagerj.
Back Rowj Marion Giles, Don Williams, Robert Williams, Richard Turner, Raymond Beard, Gordon
Molyneaux, Milton Tyler, Tom Short, lvl. H, Bell, T. G. Hull, fCoachj.
fFront Rowj E. Dozier, Curtis Brown, Donald Broaddus, E. Bills.
fBack Rowj Charles Gwyn, R. F. Williams CCOZ1Cl1D.
Front Rowj Frances Ray Pitts, Kathryn Bisbcc, VVinonn Case, Estelle Roark, Maxiiie Gaither, Nina
fliaclc Rowj Iohn C. VVyatt, Bill l7cr1'ell, Cullcn Crain, Bob Propst.
flzront Rowj Exremporaneous Speaking: Rodney Rodgers, Mary Hopkins, Declamarion: Mary Stack,
Iohn C. Wyatt.
Second Row One-Act Pla 1 Bcttv I-lu hes, Phvllis Axelrod, Maurerte Brown, Morton VValker,
M ' R 11 v 1 is fx J g '
ogie out, era can oy.
fTl1ird Row, Debate: Tex M. Risher, lane Parris, Ann Claire Brannen, Helen Conrad, Dorothy Adams,
C. W, Reynolds.
Back Row 'TV inf Team: Ruth Roberts, Yvonne Powers, llillllfll Fzu'ricll, une Gnlelic, Miriam
PL'L'l4l'1Hll1, Dorothea Doll SL'l'lCll12lgL'II, Vernal LCC Blunclcll.
SENIOR PLAY CAST
fFronr Rowj Billy Noland, Charline VVilson, Gloria DeVore, Mogie Routh.
fSecond Rowj Forest Laing, Bill Holmes, Guy Johnson.
CBz1ck Rowj Billy Dyer, Bill Day, Billie McEachern.
R. O. T. C. BAND
QFront Row? Orville Iorclan, Sidney S. Mendel, Stanley Crowe, Bob Ely, Ormond Wright.
fSccond Rowj G. M. Stone, Iohn Ross Bradford, Harvey Larson, P. A. Quarles, Paul Potter.
QBnck Rowj Hammond McAdams, lack Kocsjan, Verney Coberly, Lyle Carrol, Earl Smith.
Director-Miss Mable Rowan.
fFront Rowj Geraldine Warner, Iames Ewell, Kay Byars, Sylvia Garland, Billy Noland, Iames Neece
Edward Gee, Virginia Middleton.
fSecond Rowj Cleta Grace Holland, Mildred Boyer, Edythe Herzet, Taylor Norman, Dale Fuqua
Billy Floyd, Bobby Gifford, Vkfalter Edwards.
fBack Rowj Iames Glenn, Rose Klignian, Ioe Pryor, Kendall Evans, Don Albright.
A ARILLO HIGH SCHOOL BA D
Oscar Wise, Director.
Grav, Hugo Lowensterng
e Iordan, Ed Gee.
5, Buddy lkleyer Bass
ossom Herbert Harper,
scar Schilling, Eugene Neece. lim Bl
Ver, Robert Lainff,
Crndgington, Lyle C
1 C. B. Scottg Snare Drum:
fFront Rowj Irma lean Byrd, lean Florey, Bobbie Lee Brown, Dorothy Morgan, Vivian Robertson
QSecond Rowj Dorothy lo Smyth, Martha Teas, Gerry llocltl, Gene Howaril, Betty Caldwell, Frances
lean Ravey, Betsy Anne Bennett, NVilma Redus, Mona Bowman, Frances Ray Pitts, Cassie Davis,
Ioyce Mace, NaDene Hardin.
fThird Rowj Voncil Hare, Mozelle Smith. Verna Lee Blunclell, Iuauita Phillips, Vivian Hogan, lwlary
Iessie Beynon, Barbara lane Scott, Ioyce Daggett, Audrey lane Priest, Dnnnaleita Cobb, lla Mae
Robertson, Caroline Coffman, Bettybelle Britain, Peggy lean Baker, Nlary Lucille Doche.
Qliourth Row, Martha lean Harrison, Betty Io Baker, Frances Shuglrle, lsabelle Mashburn, Drucilla
Kunkel, Mary WlllIHCil1, Rosemary Emery, Helen, Ioy Smith, Betty Armstrong, Flaine Stover,
Louise Vincent, Iimmie Nell Branum, Ruth Waldron, Onetha Presley, Virginia Lauder, Marry Stack,
Mary Taylor Ball.
fFifth Rowj Ina Mae Iudd, Martha Gene Williams, Betty Hughes, Betty lane Golding, Ruth Sager,
Maxine Terry, Dorothy Williams, Willa Dean Scott, Ruth Anne Hill, Ernestine Ballard, Lois
Thompson, Marie Ienkins, Florence Cristy, Jimmie Sullivan, Reva Grodjeski, Prudence Stiteler,
fSixth Rowj Shirley Cole, Ellen Lois Blake, Margaret Kerns, Francine Purdom, lean McCrorey, Nell
Spann, Melba Baker, Thelma Houston, Grace Rogers, lwlary Margaret Hume, Sara Beth Hallmark,
Ieanette Donaldson, lessie Light, Vivian Garrett, Rena Allred, Harriet Holman, Dorothea Roseberry,
Ieanne Ansley, Carol Askew, Betty lane OlBrien.
fSeventh Rowj Mildred Latham, lean Duniven, Dorothy Dutton, Iosephine Kuykendall, Maxine
Gaither, Maurette Brown, Isabelle Raffkind, Virginia Bussey, Helen lean White, lean Herrington,
Margaret Moore, Betty Anne Smith, LeClaire Eakle, lxlargaret Lillibriclge, Lucille Ricketts, Sara
MCE3ChCfI1, Martha Fisk, Anne Claire Brannen, Virginia McCartt, Marcella Floyd. ,
QBack Rowj Marjorie Owen, Allegra Lord, Wenona Pipkin, Helen Burgess, Pat Pipkin, Kathryn
Farwell, Iessamine Grimes, Helen Butler, Lucille Durrett, Ieannette Herrington, Dorothy Duncan,
Martha Williams, Mary Kliiiensmith, Betty Teel.
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BAT FALION STAFF ., Q'
Col. C. Wright, Lt. Col. Margaret lane Higgins, Major I:ul111'P9!tto11, Major Buster Thrcadgill.
COMPANIES A and B
COMPANIES C, E, F
QFront Rowj Corp. Bill Wilson, Lt. Ice Dooley, Capt. Marshall Dorman, Maj. Buster Threadgill,
Capt. Harris Ball.
fSecond Rowj Corp. George Calvert, Priv. C. M. Stone, Sgt. Harvey Latson, Priv. Verney Coberly
Sgt. Cullen Crain, Capt, Iohn Parker.
fBack Rowj Lt. T. H. McDonald qCOHCl1D, Lt. Merrill Winsett, Priv. Charles Campbell, Capt. Owen
lvfoorc, Lt. I0l1I1 Roach, Lt. C. B. Ma11'sl1.
QFront Rowj C. Vxfright, Buster Threadgill, Guy Iolmson, Harris Ball, Marshall Dorman.
fSecond Rowj Lt. T. H. lxlcDonalcl, John VV. Patton, Incl: l-lclnillgwny, Marvin Snow, Tom Grundy,
Qliaclc Rowj C. B. Marsh, Kohn Roach, Owcn Moore, Luwrcncc Puttic, Bob Bell.
fFront Rowj Miss Gladys Armstrong fSponsorQ, Frances Conover, Anita Ray Logan, Elizabeth Sears.
fSeconcl Rowj Allie Oglcsby, Mary Bess Zweig, Ida Sue Taylor, Inanita Looney.
fThircl Rowj Althea Kunkel, Hclcn Stocker, Coalcnc La Conf.
QBack Rowj Margaret Burke, Frances Burkhalrer, Viola Adams, Dorothy Iaster, Ena Lee Crawford.
Front Ruwj Iancr Ivey, Maurctrr- Brown, Maxim- Gaither, Margaryl Terry, Bonlyn Barkely.
fseconcl Rowj Rhoda Lon Mcfllcnrlnn, In-an Boonc, lylllllllli' Cnvnc-s, Bunula Niclmlas, Katherine
Alsobrook, Betty Anne Smith. i
Third Rowj Jessie Light, Ioyce Byrd, Maxine XYrigl1t, Rao Thrush, Tlu-da Perry.
Back Rowj Mrs. Elizabeth Fly fSpnnsm'j, Milclrcrl Warren, Ruth Robertson, Lourrnc Kolb, lean
MCCrorey, Francine Pnrclom.
I-H-Y .3 Neill C .
Qliront Rowj Bob Ely, Larry Garre, Delmar Dnrrett, Iames H, Ewell, Melvin Beyer, Eddie Storseth,
fSecond Rowj Elton Simmons, Iohn McGowan, Bob Storseth, Bert McCullough, Billie Cavins, Ormond
Wright, Bob Carpenter, Iohn Gray.
fThird Rowj Achille Doshier, lack Rogers, Bob Baker, Robert Williams, Stanley Crowe, Iohn Rhea.
flrourth Rowj Iimmie Daley, Iohn Lawson, Iohn Goodman, Grville Shepherd, L. Adams, Iohn Dwight.
QFifth Rowj Harry Bramblett, Dan Lawrence, Iames Kenehan, Al Ienkins, Bill Hudson, Ioe Goodman.
fBack Rowj Herbert Richardson, M. A. Browning QSponsorj, Bert McGinnis, Kenneth Beets, Lawrence
Beyer, Frank McLaughlin.
S. H. S. B. A.
Ql7ront Row, Dorothy Head, Donnaleita Cobb, Gertrude Bates. Bcnlah Parker, It-ssie Lee Pannell,
Lula Lee Wells.
fSeC0nd Rmvj Margaret loyce Moore, Ieancttc Donaldson, llelen llionison, Stella Mae Daniel, l5lorene
Monroe, lean Ravey, Betsy Anne Benneir, lnetta Tipps.
f'l'hird Rowj Georgene Barrett, lflorence Grounds, Milrlrurl Kc-nip, Milrlrcrl Lucas, Dorothy Iohnson
Eclwina Maahs, Verna Lee Blnndcll, Estelle Roarlt.
Qliourth Rowj Genevieve Leach, lfleda Crawford, Mirrh Stanford, Verna Mae Garrhwair, Ella Marie
Wasson, Preston Hill, Noel Swift, Billie Cavins.
QFifth Rowj Merritt Hudson, Gene Nisbett, Charles lionkle, Cecil lfewell, Carrhcl Coyle, Ben
Puniphrey, Rex Blankenship, Iohn Helcet.
QBack Rowj M. A. Browning fSponsorj, Carl Roark, VV. D. Ganiblin, Ralph White, Richarrl Lee
McSpndden, limniic VValsh, Blackshear lame-son, Iohn Goodman,
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fl7ront Rowj Dorothy Boren, Margaret Connellee, Beulah Parker, Marjorie Givens, Ira Mae Palmer,
Caroline Marsh, Billie Bess Thomas.
fSecond Rowj Marian Boycl, lean Whitaker, Velma Annis, Geneva Rice, Patricia I-Iarris, Alberta
Latus, Evelyn Boren, Maurene Vv'alker.
QThircl Rowj Audrey Dickerson, Oma Honeycutt, Ivan Ollie Hennington, Louise Mitchell, Margaret
Cheatham, Mildred Broom, Lorena Palm.
fEourth Rowj Kay Wakefield, Pearlbee Brummett, Dorothy Gardner, Ruby Robinson, Laurens Lurlden,
Viola Adams,,Io e Bassett, Miss Celia Feinstein fSponsorj.
fBack Rowji, Mis's,fewel1 Brock QSPOIBUFD, Edith Dunning, Nell axrie Cole, Frances Crawford,
Dorothyij-asterf Shirley Moseley,,,1'ilice Timmons, Rittic Mabel C
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- GIRL RESERVE
fl7ront Rowj Miss Kate Vkfilsou Gponsorj, Beth Smith, Marcalea Richman, Dorothia McSniitl1, Mellua
Gray, Monte Harrison.
fSes'onrl Rowj Ml's. C. C. Shallcr fSponwrj, Ruth Anclvrson, Dorothy Fleniing, Mary Ellen Robinson.
Gracie Ray Bennett, Margaryl Terry,
flihirsl Rowj Betty Iayne Rirlgway, Rulli Cloan, Elilahctli Miller, lussic Lee Panncll, Dorothy iliaylor,
Beatrice lunc Cox, lilizalwlli Lloycl.
fl7ourrh Rowj Doris Davis, La Dane Branuni, lane Cowrlrey, Edna Earl Iackson, Opal Dec XVoll'ington,
lfrances Ballow, Anna Lu- larlcson.
fliack Row, Carol De Laho, Anne Lurtrell, Allie Virgil Day, liclytln' Herzet, Betty Rcnliro, Kittie
Helms, Mogic Routh.
fFront Rowj Eldon Siebel, lack Gouldy, Ioyce Cox, Maximina Diaz, Anastacia Sanchez.
fSeccmd Rowj Bill Adams, Madge Lee Iohnston, Geraldine Cladish, Audrey Dickerson, Dorothea
Davis, Billie Ammons.
fThird Rowj Ioe Horner, Eunice McClain, Wilma Wiard, Dorothea Dell Scheihagen, Betty Hodgin,
Miss Cora Russell fSponsorj.
flrourth Rowj Carl Cope, lack Crouch, Fred Brolceshonlder, I. W. Zischang, Bob Donnell, Bob
Bennett, Iohn Gray.
QBack Rowj Bob Howrcn, Bob Iones, W111. Blythe, Raymond Goodrich, John Dwight, Bob Brown.
JW INTER Nos
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Qlironl' Rowj Ht-lcn Conrzul, Martha Clem- NViIli:uus, Fayc livclyu Palmer, Dorothy Dutton, Ieanue
Anslcy, Alina Pool.
QSccund Rowj Delmar Durrt-li, Yvonne llowi-i's, Cclieva Rin-, fiL'I'LlltllIlt' Sinilli, 'llliclniai Hoiisrnn
Gilbert Knox, Miss Annie May Kl1.ll1l7l'Ulll fSponsurj.
flhird Rowj Edith Dunning, Pearlbee Brununctt, Uma l-loncycutt, Margaret Stone, Ianc Culeke, lean
flfourth Rowj Eli Svcrdloff, Richard Hogan, Dortha Lentx, Marjorie Dudley, Iva Miller, Martllzl
Williams, Melvin Beyer.
QBack Rowj john Kenchan, VV. A. Robertson, L. Adams, Iamcs Kcnehan, jack Adkins, Donald
Dutton, Eddie Storst-th.
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ASSOCIATED STUDENT ASSEMBLY
fFr0nt Rowj Lorene A. Wood, Irma lean Byrd, lean Ravey, Bobbie Lee Brown, Dounaleita Cobb.
fSeeond Rowj Mogie Routh, lane Parris, Audrey Dickerson, Kittie Helms, Maxine Terry.
QThird Rowj Harris Ball, Buster Vaughan, Herbert Harper, Bob Baker, Ben Monning, Tom Myers.
fFourth Rowj Erle Mathis, Billy McClendon, Karl Rice, A. Caldwell, lack Adkins, Thomas Iones
fBaek Rowj Robert Rowntree, Eugene Moore, Owen Moore, Norris VVilkinson, Bobby Rogers, Iohn
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Front Rowj Dorothy lVIeNcill, Charline Wilson, Billie Burger, Caroline lVIarsh,'Lois Kighr, Winnie
Holman, Opal Sager.
fSeeond Rowj Paul Iones, Peggy Ruth Elson, lane Guleke, Frances Ioyee Finch, Mary Petrie, Sylvia
Garland, Dorothy Denton, Elizabeth Garhright.
Third Rowj Betty Teel, Erlythe Strickland, Miriam Peckham, Margaret Cheatham, Geraldine Gladish,
Florence Grounds, Dorothy Adams.
Fourth Rowj IVIaXine Iordau, Harvey Larson, Doris Davis, Margin: Routli, IVIary Hopkins, Vera It-au
Boyd, Miss Louise Russell fSpousorj, lilla Mzirie XVHSSOII.
Fifth Rowj Bob Ivlaxwell, Billy lVIeClendon, Paul WVolfe, Howard Allen, Ioe Dooley, Louise Elliott,
Back Rowj Roy Vaughan, George Calvert, Herbert Foster, Lee Roy Lott, Iohn Roach, Rodney Rodgers,
fFront Rowj Caroline Marsh, Winnie Holman, Hortense Mobberly, Doris Aileene Morris, Evelyn Iones.
fSecond Rowj Sara MeEaehern, Regina Bentley, Peggy Ruth Elson, Margaret Cheatham, Lois Kight,
Mary Elizabeth Land.
fThird Rowj Marie Dumas, Frances Ray Pitts, lean Travis, Marcille Harrison, lean Tomberlin,
fFourth Rowj Laura Mae Slaughter, Kittie Helms, Madeleine Wallace, Margaret Russell, Lyna Maye
White, Billy Noland, Lauranee Trulove.
fFifth Rowj Humpy Campbell, Billie McEachern, Morton Walker, Carl Sutton, Iohn McGowan, Bill
Holmes, Allen White.
QBack Rowj Charles Meadors, Birz Hoover, Bryce Beard, Marvin Chamberlain, Bill Dyer, Robert
Williams, Edward Gee.
fl-iront Rowj Agnes Rose Larson, Ernestinc Ballard, Florence Cristy, Lois Thompson, Rosemary Emery,
Margaret lane Higgins, Pat Pipkin.
QSecond Rowj Marybelle Crawford, Sara Lee Lindly, Charline Wilson, Gloria DcVore, Barbara lane
Scott, Betty Hughes, Vivian Robertson, lrma lean Byrd.
filihird ROWQ Kay Davis, Dorothea Roseberry, Mary' Vlfilmctli, Roberta Newell, Billie Burger, Mary
Hopkins, Ellen Lois Blake, Ann Claire Brannen.
fFourth Row, Ruth Roberts, Doris Davis, Jimmie Sullivan, Shirley Cole, Marie Ienkins, Paralee
Armstrong, Ruth Billingslea, Mildred McEntire, Margie Slaton.
fFiftl'1 Rowj Bob Budd, Mogie Routh, Iimmie Daley, Charles Davis, Josephine Kuykendall, Anne
Hardgrave, Vera Jean Boyd, Ruth Finley, Betty Ames.
fBack Rowj Stanley Crowe, Ormond Wright, john Lawson, Bruce Miner, Guy Iohnson, Kent Cline,
AMERICAN HISTORY CLUB
CFront Rowj Maurene Walker, Iohnnie Ruth Skaggs, Loraine Davis, Leona Hensel.
fSecond Rowj W. Z, Clark, Bernice Kelly, Florence Whittington, Dorothy Phillips, Lorraine Baker,
Iames Braxton. a
fThird Rowj Norma Wills, Patricia Harris, Marjorie lean Owen, Nell Marie Cole, Vaunceil Bright,
Bonnie lean Beyer, Allegra Lord.
QFourth Rowj Daisy Lee Dotson, Neva lvlae Evans, Frances Shudde,
fFifth Rowj Mrs. A. L. Brint QSponsorj, Vernon Simpson, Roger Barton, Everett Stanley, Tom Myers,
fBack Rowl Wayne Cates, lim Blossom, Weldon Barton, Russell McKinley.
QFront Rowj Mary Petrie, Lorene A. VVootl, Dorothy lVfcNeill, Sarah Ellen Will, Mary Wilineth,
Drucilla Kunkel, Edith L. Mardis.
QSeconcl Rowj Peggy Ruth Elson, Charline Wilson, Mary Hopkins, Allegra Lorcl, Margaret Stone,
Carol Askew, Anne Claire Brannen, Miss Oretha Cornelius fSponsorj.
f'l'hirzl Rowj Francis Hightower, lack Goulcly, Bffilfgklfff Cheatham, Betty McNeill, Mary Bess Zweig,
Betty Monarch, M2lfgilfCf lane Roberts, Dorothy Phillips, Lorraine Baker.
fFourth Rowj G. M. Stone, Bert McCullough, lane Parris, Anita McDowell, Dorothy Adams, Mogie
Routh, Dorothea Roseherry, Marshall Dorman.
fFifth Rowj Morton Walker, Maxine jordan, john McGowan, Iimmie Daley, Iohn Lawson, Billy
Ferguson, lim Templeton, Bond Burgess.
QBack Rowj Bill Foran, Bert McGinnis, Oscar Schilling, Billie McEachern, Bill Dyer, Terry Martin,
Cullen Crain, Rodney Rodgers, Herbert Foster, Harvey Latson.
GlRL,S GLEE CLUB
Front Rowj Mable Rowan fDirectorj, Betty Holloway, Ann Patton, Leara Stith, Geraldine Warner,
Betty Monarch, Betty Pitschke.
fSecond Rowj Fay Nicklaus QAccompanistj, Edith M
Gwendolyn Baker, Cynthia Patton, Etta Mae Kell
fThird Rowj Gloria Stinson, Mabel Stephenson, Ann
Iordan, Catharine Iohnson.
fliourth Rowj Genelle Davis, Neva Mae Evans, Ruth
Lucille Nlartin, Clera Grace Holland.
Back Rowj Dorothy Foster, Esther McDowell,
Miriam Peckham, Ruth Overstreet,
Paxton, Margaret Moore, Maxine
n, Harriett Emery, Mary Ion Sullivan,
Eclvthe lfnogene Wilsoii,
BOYS, GLEE CLUB
Qliront Rowj Iimmie Griggs, N. A. Lane, George Pearce, Sam Anderson, Bob Mallet, Mable Rowan
fSec0ncl Rowj Alvin Lemons, Gerald Haston, Marvin Chamberlin, Weldon Pangle, Sing Roberts,
fhird Rowj Ioe Ed Wright, 1llllIl1lC lkfliller, Marvin NVebb, lack Parks, Orville Shepherd, lack Burch,
john Wa YIICF.
Back Row, Norris Norman, Edward Gee, Bert lVIrGinnis, Henry Moore, Wayne 5U'lZllIDlE, Edgar
Co-editors: Herbert Foster, Mary Petrie, Business Manager: Ruth Roberts.
QFronr Rowj Etta Lou Propsr, Rosemary Emery, Kay Davis, Vivian Hogan, Helen Thomson, Vivian
Robertson, Ann Claire Brannen.
fSecond Rowj Doris Davis, Mary Petrie, Mary Ready, Mary Hopkins, Opal Sager, Pat Pipkiu, Irma
QThird Rowj Mrs. N. Browning fSponsorj, Rittie Mabel Good, Ruth Roberts, Ernestyne Skaggs,
Mary Wxlmeth, Ida Sue Taylor, Dorothy Foster, Lucille Durrett.
fFourth Row, Morton Walker, Bob Storseth, Mcrgie Routh, Ken Evans, Walter Thompson, Paul Iones,
Iohn Ross Bradford.
Back Rowj Ioe Behrens, Thomas Montgomery, Marvin Iudd, Herbert Foster, Al Ienkins, Woodrow
Baldwin, Rodney Rodgers.
LA AIROSA STAFF
Bl:'l4'l'Y TEIJI. l3URO'l'HY MrtNlfll1 lVlAXlNl? Ioiumw
f,'n-editor C0-editor l3u.v1ne.s.v KVIanagf1'
Tom llAlll'l' PEGGY Rum Eiisotv Glioluam Blfm ourxk Busriak XXAUGHAN
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LA AIROSA BUSINESS STAFF
fFront Rowj Regina Bentley, Ellen Lois Blake, Mary Taylor Ball, Drucilla Kunkel.
fSecond Rowj Dorothea Dell Scheihagen, Betty Tecl, lane Guleke.
fThird Rowj Buster Vaughan, Maxine Jordan, lane Parris, Donald Vanhooser.
fBack Rowj Iohn B. Oden, Iohn Lawson, Owen Moore, Norris Norman, Iimmie Daley.
The La Airosa Staff wishes to express its appreciation to Miss Minnie Feierabend and Miss Catherine
Chapman for their patient guidance in helping put out this annual.
THREE BEST SELLERS
Maxine Iordan, Buster Vaughan, Ellen Lois Blake
THREE BEST SELLERS
Maxine Iordan, Iohn Lawson, Dorothea Dell Scheihagen
The editorial staff of La Airosa Wishes to express its appreciation of the special work done by the follow-
ing students: Geneva Maness, Tom Montgomery, G. M. Stone, Opal Sager, Pat Pipkin, Herbert Foster
A SENIOR WHO HAS NOTHING TO BEQUEATH
WONDERS: WHO WILL INHERIT
Paraleels copper locks?
Ruth Billingsleals neatness?
Mary Enimays dancing ability?
Iudyls clark beauty?
Gladys Goodnightls soft voice?
lane Gulelce,s sweetness?
Florence Gristyxs platinum hair?
lXf1illl'g2ll'CC lanels queenliness?
Dorothy Ivlorganls popularity?
IVIary Petriels salesnianls ability?
IVIirth,s alluring eyes?
IlID1l1lC,S lips? We mean lim
Ioels appeal to the girls?
Iinimie Campbell,s cuteness?
Iinimie Daleyls trucking?
Billls secret love for Betty?
The Vaughans, personality?
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OUR CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT
The graduates of high schools of today will soon have in their keeping the destinies of the
nation, and it behooves them to study now and continuously the supreme- law of their
land that they may exercise intelligently the responsibilities that will soon be theirs.
The constitution of these United States provides that the constitution itself and laws made
in pursuance thereof and treaties made under proper authority shall be the supreme law
of the land. Of course you do not have ready access to treaties, but you can study the
To preserve a balanced government, the constitution wisely creates three independent co-
ordinate branches of government:-
The Legislative, composed of the two houses of congressg
The Executive, headed by the President, and
The Iudicial, headed by the Supreme Court.
The constitution defines the powers of each branch, and if any of these powers are enlarged,
it should be done by amending the constitution itself Cas has been done in the pastj, not
by evasion nor by the exercise of unconstitutional prerogatives.
The constitution further provides:
"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, not prohibited by it
to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."
It is the spirit of the constitution to keep the government close to the people and make
them responsible. Wlieii it becomes far removed and centralized, the people feel less
responsibility for its conductg and when we lose our sense of responsibility, we make it
easier for the ambitious to usurp powers of government that it is not intended they should
So we say, study your constitution, your plan of government, and be ever watchful lest
you find yourselves drifting from those principles that have made this country a republic,
or representative democracy. The revolutionary war was fought and won at a terrific
sacrifice to free us from dictatorsg and our constitution' was framed to keep us free.
Do not make the mistake of thinking that the preamble of the constitution confers any
power upon the congress, the president, or the courts. It merely states the purposes in
ordaining and establishing the constitution.
Study the constitution now, and catch the true patriotic spirit and far seeing vision of the
statesmen who framed it, and pledge your faith and efforts to keeping that spirit and that
vision alive to the end that American freedom may not perish.
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one of those close-pin gambling things. Now at home and to hed
without washing my face Cunmindful of the horrors of cosmetic skinb.
Hope l clonlt have a repetition of last nightys dream-about teachers with
faces like horses.
' E. B. MEYER 4
r Amarillo's lN1ost Reliable Service Station I
I Sixth Harrison Phone 5064 T
Vaughn Conldy W. M. Gouldy I
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' Grain, I-lay, Salt, Ececl 1
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514 Tyler Street Phone 6213 4
S. H. KRESS LSC CO. 1
I Hcaclquarters For School Supplies
I jeo Polk St. Amarillo, Texas
Best VV1shes to Seniors
WALTER IRVIN, Inc.
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Oct. 15:-Wore my new dress to school today. B. told me that
I looked like Martlia Raye. I didn't know whether to feel complimented
or not-her mouth is so big. Was thinking of this when the teacher
fired a question at me. I-lad to bite my lip to keep from answering
HDI1-h Boy-yln Raye fashion. I-Ieard lots of new Knock-Knocks-
they,re beginning to get on my nerves. Iimmie Sullivan gave a cute
imitation of Mae West in assembly today, wiggle and all. The Sandies
meet lVIcLean tomorrow. Another walk-off. They left Wichita Falls
holding a goose egg last Saturday. I,m still hoping to meet Wildhorse
Mayes. To bed early-lessons to hang.
MASTERCRAF T TAILORING CO.
Domestic and Imported Woolcns - Ready-to-XVear Suits
Complete Line of Ready-T41-Wear' Suits
I 512 Polk St. Amarillo, Texas
I Quality Service 3
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I Ice Cream 1
, Your Only Independent Home Owned Factory 1
I Phone 2-2715 409 Pierce
MUSICAL ARTS CONSERVATORY OF WEST TEXAS
1 Gladys M. Glenn, President, Amarillo '
I Certificates, Diplomas, and Degrees Granted - Miisic - Dramatic Art - Dancing
Distinguished and Experienced Faculty of Graduate Teachers
' BARToN1s oRoeERY
' 1 COFFEE
165 Really Fresh .
Groceries and lvleats 4
522 West Sixteenth Telephone 7205 ll
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Oct. 23:--UP with the chickens Qif we had anyj and to school to
see the Redeal Party elected senior officers. Was late to class and got
demerits. Tonight I heard Bing Crosby sing. What a voice! What a
manl Went to the Nat with Iohn. Saw Ben Cvuill Hsvvinging itu with
a luscious blonde. Now to bed.
E TEXAS M sf M COMPANY 1
I 312 E. 5th St. Phone 5336 I
' Amarillo, Texas
Fountain Supplies, Candies, Cigars
Drug Sundries, Glassware
v Household and Commercial Electrical Appliances
TONEY CHISUM, INC.
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
Nlotor Cars 4
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I IVIrs. C. C. Cunningham "Say it with Flowersv W. "Bill" Bcechler 4
A CUNNINGI-IAIVI FLORAL CUMPANY
Amarillo,s Leading Florists
One Location Vxfe Telegraph Flowers
2511 VV'est Sixth Amarillo, Texas
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Iesse A. Rogers, President
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Nov. 24:-UP with a headache. Ate half a box of aspirin and
found that I could live a while longer. To-night at The Drunlcard I
whooped, boohed, and hissed to my heart,s content, in the good Hole
fashioned meller-dranuner,I fashion. Ate enough Popcorn to stock
a store. Am looking forward to Thanksgiving and the crowning of
Bobbie Lee Brown as football queen. Dad says I canit keep my date
tomorrow night. I-leclcl To bed in disgust.
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, MURRY WAIIITS STUDIO 4
Photographing and Developing
t 609 Taylor Phone 2-2765
, Compliments of
Pho... 2-2904 S at Q CLQTHIERS 604 poi.
POTTER COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY
SAM I. ARONSON Oliver-Eakle Bldg. DON S. MARSALIS Rule Bldg.
W. L. ASKEXV Rule Bldg. R. L. MCMEANS fHonoraryj I606 Taylor
R. P. BLACK Fisk Bldg. FRANK P. MILLER 324 S LI11 set
BEN T. BLACKWELL Fisk Bldg. GUY OWENS Amarillo Bldg.
A. CALDWELL Fisk Bldg. I. B. OZIER 4231 W. Twelfth
SAM K. BROYLES Rule Bldg. LOUIS K. PATTON Oliver-Eakle Bldg.
I. RALPH CARROLL Claude EVELYN G. POWERS Fisk Bldg.
VV. A. CARROLL Claude GEO. POWERS Fisk Bldg.
T. P. CHURCHILL Amarillo Bldg. B. M. PRIMER City Hall
I. CRUME Amarillo Bldg. N. C. PRINCE Fisk Bldg.
F. I. CRUMLEY Fisk Bldg. B. M. PUCKETT Amarillo Bldg.
GEO. M. CULTRA Fisk Bldg. HOWARD PUCKETT Amarillo Bldg.
FRANK DUNCAN Amarillo Bldg. I. RASCOE Fisk Bldg.
R. A. DUNCAN Amarillo Bldg. E. E. REEVES Oliver-Eakle Bldg.
W. F. DUTTON Oliver-Eakle Bldg. D. W. RCMINE Rule Bldg.
I. Z. ESTRIN Fisk Bldg. D. ROACH Lucerne Apartments
W. H. FLAMM Amarillo Bldg. I. H. ROBBERSON Ai iizii' illo Bldg.
ROBERT FOSTER IH Lmiicwr' aryj Gro cxiii E. A. ROWLEY Amarillo Bldg.
M. L. FULLER Fisk Bldg. G. T. ROYSE A nlizu rillo Bldg.
NAN L. GILKERSON Fisk Bldg. W. I. SHUDDE Fisk Bldg.
R. D. GIST Fisk Bldg. A. I. STREIT Fisk Bldg.
R. H. GRAHAM Fisk Bldg. R. R. SWINDELL Amarillo Bldg.
NEAL HALL Fisk Bldg. W. B. THOMAS Fisk Bldg.
I. NV. HENDRICK Fisk Bldg. W. VAN SWERINGEN Amarillo Bldg.
I. D. IORDAN Fisk Bldg. I. H. VAUGHN Fisk Bldg.
RICHARD KEYS Fisk Bldk. G. T. VINEYARD Oliver-Eakle Bldg.
R. S. KILLOUGH Fisk Bldg. R. L. VINEYARD Oliver-Eakle Bldg.
VV. R. KLINGENSMITH Fisk Bldg. GEORGE M. WADDILL Fisk Bldg.
H. H. LATSON Amarillo Bldg. B. VVHITE Rule Bldg.
I. R. LEMMON Fisk Bldg. I. G. VVILBANKS Fisk Bldg.
S. O. LEVIN Paramount Bldg. A. E. WINSETT Fisk Bldg.
DAN H. LOVING Fisk Bldg. I. R. VVRATHER Amarillo Bldg.
A. F. LUMPKIN Amarillo Bldg.
MAXOR DRUG CO.
Two Convenient Stores
No. if-500 W. 16th No. 2-Fisk Bldg.
Telephone 6256 Telephone 8214
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Dec. 23:-Woke up this morning before Uthe cock crewn, and lay
there thinking of the forthcoming holidays. To school and attended
my classes, where I gazed with malicious pleasure at books and teachers
l wouldnlt see for two weeks. After school went in to confah with Mrs.
B. in the lournalism office and sat down in some glue! Such a place, all
confusion, paste, placards, paper, and pencils lfand wild-eyed goofs who
call themselves journalistsj. From school to home and slammed my
hooks in the closet, donned my holiday face, and waited for something to
happen. It did! And so to hed.
Distributors of the Following
Nationally Known lvlerchandise
E Electrolux Refrigerators - Magic Chef Ranges
I: Sparton Radios - Vxfard Floor Furnaces
I Athletic Equipment of All Types
I 615 Taylor St. Amarillo, Texas
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eoNoRATULAT1oNS, CLASS or 1937 '
I During the past 27 years, hundreds of A. I-I. S. graduates have taken their
I Business Training in this school, and have out to successful business careers. 4
VVC know that we can wish you no greater fortune than to have the chance to
emulate these men and women. 4
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I C. I-IOIVIER WILEMAN, President. I
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Dec. 26:-Too Sleepy and tired to write much, for this was a cham-
pion day. Saw the Sandies Put their third state championship in the bag.
La-Ia and funeral dirge for Kerrville, but laurels for Amarillo I-Ii. And
so to bed to See the game again in dreams. i
, UGET TI-IE PLUS OF A PACKARD" 4
I Phone z-271 I 906 Tyler St. l
E LIONS' CLUB MORAL CODE FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN
IN GOD VVE TRUST
If I want To Be a Happy, Useful Citizen I must Have:
I COURAGE and HOPE '
I I must be bmw-Tliis means I I11L1St be brave enough and strong enough to
' control what I think, and what I say and what I do, and I must always be hope- 4
I ful because hope is power for improvement. l
' WISDOM I
v I mm! act wisely-In school, at home, Playing, working, reading, or talking, I l
must learn how to choose the good, and how to avoid the bad.
INDUSTRY and GOOD I-IABITS I
S I must make my cbzzmctcr strong-IVIy character is what I am, if not in the
, eyes of others, then in the eyes of my own conscience. Good thoughts in my 1
mind will keep out bad thoughts. WI1en I am busy doing good I shall have
no time to do evil. I can build my character by training myself in good habits.
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Ian. 8:-lust the regular school day with a little extra effort on my
part to keep in harness. Got the chuckles over Agnes Latsonls Wrathfully
declaring that a certain teacher must wash her face in vinegar. Some
girl in the hall expressed her opinion of the tea dances. Thinks they are
no fun. I'-low would she know?-she,s never been asked to dance.
Meow! Une girl expressed a pretty thought-just imagine the tea dances
with teal Pat has an obsession for playing L'Big Businessu-silly game.
The halls have Uloverls congestionn. You can't Walk two steps without
running into some moon-eyed Romeo and Iuliet. Saw the play HRomeo
and Iulietng it was all sighs, drapery, and tears, hut did leave me with a
choked feeling. To hed.
PANHANDLE LUMBER COMPANY, INC.
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I 1707 West 7th Sr. Phone 4306 1
Watclies and Diamonds I
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I Grade HAP Raw Milk '
I Cream and Fresh Churned Buttermilk
I P. O. Box 41 ,
l-leadquarters for 4
TOKHEIM Computing Pumps Truck Tanks 4
BRODIE Bulk hleters Galvanized Tanks
, CHAMPION Air Compressors Redwood Tanks
WILLBORN BROS. COMPANY, lnc.
y 101-1 I3 Houston St. Amarillo, Texas
Ian. 29:-Theme of the day-Everybody seems to be singing "Good-
night, My Loven. Everyone feels a little lost at the thought of losing
Coach Cherry. Heis Placed several stars in Amarillo,s football crown.
Went riding with some kids a while tonight-one boy thought he was
Casanova reincarnated, but l took the wind out of his sails-came home
and studied a couple of hours, drank a quart of sweet milk, and now to bed.
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I ADVILE FRGM A GREAT MAN
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f today will give vou more strength tomorrow. Work onwards and work I
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upwards and may the blessing of the Most High soothe your cares, clear 1
your vision and crown your labors with reward." 4
Wfillizlm E. Gladstone 4
AMARILLO NATIGNAL BANK
Menilner Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
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If poor light did this to your face, you would
do something about it, and no wonder.
Poor light may he doing just as much damage
to your eyes Without your knowledge of it.
Play safe. Use l. E. S. lamps for comfort
This Advertisement is the work of Herbert Poster Qu student
in Amarillo High School?
I For Ladies and Misses
Amarillo's Most Exclusive Store
. TI-IE LADIES STQRE
5 I 5 Polk Phone 2-1914
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Fehruray 12:-Nothing to speak about today. But
tonight was the Valentine dance. Decorated gym in red and White,
dancing contests, and a spotlight. Refreshments consisted of as many
malts and hamburgers as the girls could inveigle out of the unsuspecting
Cor am I wrongw boys.
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I AIVIARILLU DENTAL SOCIETY
I ROSCOE BRISTOVJ Amarillo Bldg. I
f STUART VV. BROVUNING Fisk Bldg. I
I VV. IX4. CURL Fisk Bldg. 1
I VV. I. DINAN Fisk Bldg. 1
P C. D. EVVING Fisk Bldg.
I C. O. I-IESS Oliver-Eakle Bldg.
I GEO. G. INGI-IAIVI Gliver-Eakle Bldg.
I T. B. IONES Oliver-Eakle Bldg.
I F. KELLEAINI Fisk Bldg.
l B. LANDERS Amarillo Bldg.
VJ. R. IVIOCDY Fisk Bldg. 4
R. P. PARCELLS Fisk Bldg. 4
E. I-I. REEDY Fuqua Bldg. I
R. I., ROGERS Fisk Bldg.
YV. B. STEVENSOIXI Fisk Bldg.
B. YOUNGER Oliver-Eakle Bldg.
IACK YOUNGER Amarillo Bldg.
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Your Supreme Bakers
E TI-IE MERCHANTS BISCUIT COMPANY OF TEXAS l
Supreme Salad Vfafers, Supreme Toast
Marcli 1:-Up with the sudden thought of not having seen last
vveekls fun issue of the Sandstorm. Quick like a chicken QMary,s favorite
expressionb l pounced upon one at school. Goofy and completely insane,
but fun. Keeping up with the argument about the Supreme Court and
about Whether lack Benny could really play mlqhe Been when he was so
young fljred Allen says NOD leaves me no time except for the necessary
business of keeping the dust out of my ears, eyes, nose, and mouth. Now
to bed and forget it all.
Growing with the Panhandle and Texas
Pl-llLLlPS PETROLEUKT CQ,
Makers of Phillips 66 Gasoline
Phillips 66 Motor Oil
"The Worldls Finest Oil For Your Zllotoru
Also the World's Largest Producers of Natural
High Test Gasoline
TI-IE ROTARY CLUB OF AMARILLO
Service Above Self
UI-Ie Profits Most M7190 Serves Best"
Kid Day-Not a serious moment this whole day unless it could be
the deep school Pride I feel every time I glance up at the 1936 Sandie
State Championship Banner. It,s been hanging for Hquite a spellu now,
but I still love to look at it. Back to Kid Day: What a dayl Dignified
seniors gone suddenly childish, cute bow ribbons and knee-length ging-
ham dressesg mamma dolls and lollypopsg rompers and rattlersg distracted,
convulsed teachers and the thought that tomorrow it will be gone forever.
Funny, graduation has begun to be a solemn affair. Where's the war-
dancing joy we expected to feel? Ask a senior if he isn,t thrilled about
graduating and he gives you a queer look and mutters uncertainly, K'Yeah,
oh-h, yeahn. And that,s the way one feels-uncertain. The teachers
suddenly seem human and awfully sweet, and you realize with a bang
that itIs not the teachers who have changed-itys you! Halls and desks
become very dear and you do more thinking than you've done in quite a
while. We, as seniors, are more important now than we,ll be in quite a
while. Next year will find us either answering to the name of HSlimeH
or being just a cog in the industrial wheel. Well and well, but what lun
while it lasts! Three cheers for dear old A. I-I. S.l
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In completing their education, the future housewives of the com-
munity are taught to cook with AIVIARYLLIS and GREAT
"FOR BETTER BAKINGH Hours.
Why not continue your education through the years that are to
follow, by keeping GREAT WEST and AMARYLLIS "FOR
BETTER BAKINGH flours in your kitchen?
Over 90 of the housewives of AMARILLO are using either
GREAT WEST or AMARYLLIS flours in their homes.
Buy It From Your Grocer-I-Ie I-Tas It.
GREAT WEST MILL AND ELEVATOR
AMARILLO, TEXAS, U. S. A.
I Greetings and All Good Wishes
P to the
Graduates and Students
' The Amarillo High School
TI-IE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF AMARILLO
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, NIen1ber Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
"DonLt you wish you were a bird, Jimmy, and could fly away up in the sky?" mused his
big sister, lane.
'iNawI" scorned Iimmy. "I'd futher be a elephant and squirt water through my nose."
The doctorls son was entertaining his new neighbor in his fatheifs study, and they
stood looking at an articulated skeleton. 'KVV' here did your daddy get it?,' asked Genevieve.
"Oh, he's had it a long time,', replied Merrill. "I guess, maybe, that's his first patient."
Voice on the phone: "VV'alter T. is sick and can't attend class. I-Ie asked me to
lvliss Avery: "All right. Who is this speaking?"
Voice: A'This is my father."
' E. E. FINKLEA
The Iewelry Store of the Panhandle 4
Your Patronage Appreciated I
, 608 Polk St. Phone 7291 .
Meet Me At 4
I Store No. I-403 Taylor St. Store No. 2-308-I0 E. Ioth l
I Phone--6369 Phone-2-2266
your natural expression."
M 55 L TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO., INC.
'lLct warehousing help youll
Phone 5263 3rd and Arthur St.
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If you ever get in hot water, don't get excited: just he nonchalant and take a bath.
Mrs. Watts: "Now, Iimmie, look Pleasantl One, two, three. Now, you may resume
YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT WALGREEN'S
Meet your friends at our soda fountain and enjoy a refreshing drink.
800 Polk Street Amarillo, Texas
Paradox: two ducks.
Skunk: kitty with B. O.
Vacuum: nothing shut up in a container.
Rocking Chair: indoor horse.
Str-cl VVool: fleece of a hydraulic ram.
Does ZIIIYUIIK' I'l'lllCllIl.7l'l' when "neck" was ll noun?
A. "An awful lot of girls are stuck on nu.
lack: "They must be an awful lot."
Bashful boy to girl: "IXfIay I kiss y0u?H
Peggy Ruth: Q5llC11LD
G. M.: "May I kiss you?"
Peggy Ruth: Qstill silenntp
G. M.: Are you deaf!
Peggy Ruth: "No, are you dumb?"
b SOUTHERN FINANCE CORPORATION
QI-Iome Owned - Home Operatedb 1
The lending institution established in Amarillo
To serve the interests of those who horrow small amounts
I 808 f8th, Floorj Fisk M 65 P Bldg Phone 4550 l
I Mrs. C. F. Atwood Iames Fong Louis Meyer ,
I Iim Boulware L. A. Keck V. Nelson
I S. Braunig Sallie Kelly H. M. WZIESOII
Diamonds YOUR CREDIT IEWELER Wheaiy Luggage
Vvfatches Class Rings Oshkosh Luggage
Iewelry 1 Year to Pay Trunks
417 Polk St. Phone 2-2787
A man who was hanging on the rear end of a crowded street car was greeted cordially
by the occupant of a high-powered limousine as they stopped behind a traffic light.
"Wlio's the big shot?I' asked a fellow straphanger.
"Inst a business associate: he signs the letters I write."
f AMARILLO HARDWARE CO.
The Place To Buy Dependable IVIerchandise
, 807-Soo Polk Street Telephone 5318
Betsy: "Dona you think I have put loo niueh salt in the soup, dear?"
Charles: 'INot at all, darlinf There is perliaps not quite enough soup for the salt
that s all. ---f--f--+----
Rodney Qafter going lo Sunday schoolj: uSay, Dad, our lesson told about the evi
spirits entering the swine."
Father: "Yes, my son. Wlliat do you wish to know?"
Rodnev: "Vx7as that the way they got the first deviled Illllll?lI
Dorothv A.: UI have sad news. My dog died last nigh,t.'I
Billy B.: "Wl1z1t happened? Did it swallow a tape-line and die by inches, or run
up the alley and die by the yard?,'
Dorothy A.: I'Naw, it crawled under the bed and died by the foot."
i'Does Pat have her own way?II
uDoes she? Why, she writes her diary a week ahead of time.'I
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' THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
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MORROW-THOMAS HARDWARE CG.
y CENTRAL GROCERY
l A Good Place To Trade 4
l 400 East Ioth St. Free Delivery Phone 6287 1
Mary P. Cat Senior Banquetj: "There's a button in my soupf,
l-lerbert F.: "lVlerely a typographical error, Maryg it should he muttonf'
Terry: "Chaucer must have dictated to a stenographerf,
M1's. Browning: "VVhy so?'l
Terry: K'Why, just look at the spellingf,
L'Yes," said lvlr. Williams, 'Al have had some terrible disappointments, but none stands
out over the years like one that came to me when l was a boyfl
iiWl1Hf was it?'!
'LWl1e11 I was a boy, I crawled under a tent to see the circus, and l discovered it was a
E lNlcll,ROY'S 'l'Al5l.li SUPPl.llfS
E fXlllLl1'lll0'S lwlost Complete Food. Store
: 9th and I-larrison St. Phone 2-3237 I
lX4cDAVlD BROS. 4
Dry Goods '
l Men's Furnishings 308 Polk Ladies Ready-to-Wear
l Compliments of X 4
v Iimmie Walsli x
l See me when school is over at V
CITY MARKEFIE AND GRDCERY R '
l Phone 404-6 West TCI1tl1 Ave.
I 410 Polk St. 13110110 5384 4
l APPLIANCES I
WESTERN LIGHT AND SUPPLY CORP.
THUNDER IN TYPING CLASS
ln typing class the typewriters roar
And the sound of paper hits the floorg
When someone hits the desk with 21 bang,
And yells out some words of slang,
VVC always know what she has done,
For making errors is no fun.
We like Monday, WCdHCSdHy7, and Friday best,
,Cause on those days there are no speed tests,
They are the things that drive us insane,
And sometimes we get a little profane.
The moral to this poem is simple as sin,
When you make an error, count from one to ten.
the following members of the
AMARILLO REAL ESTATE BOARD
w. A. AsKEw
A. L. moss
1. H. BROWN
T. M. BRUNER
w. H. BRYMER
T. W. COTTEN
C. w. EAST
e. P. ELLIOTT
1. s. FISCHER
109 E. Ninth
109 E. Ninth
203 W. Sixth
CO. 108 W, Seventh
INO. B. GILVIN 113 E. Fourth
L. E. LYLES Oliver-Eakle Bldg.
HUGO H. LOWENSTERN 315 Polk
E. A. REGAL 300 W. Sixth
RICKS-ATWOOD REALTY CO. Bivins Bldg,
C. M. THOMAS Amarillo Bldg.
T. I. WAGNER Oliver-Eakle Bldg.
H, N, WHEELER Ama. Nat'l. Bk. Bldg.
CHAS. A. VVOLFLIN Amarillo Bldg.
DQUBLE DIP STAND
Fourteenth and Polk
Home of Home lvlade Ice Cream
'Twas midnight in the parlorg
lTwas dark everywhereg
The silence was unbrolceng
Nobody was there.
5 WHITE asf KIRK
, Panhanrllels Oldest Store
Agency I. Millel' Shoes
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Bitz: "Flypuper, wastebusket, and vacuum cleaner."
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Carol A. :
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lVIr. Browning: "I'm surprised at youl Do you know what they do with boys who
VV.: 'lYes, sir. When they get old enough, the firm sends them out
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Bob. B.: l'Wl1y didnlt you go to see Nlarybelle yesterday, G. C.?U
G. C.: "Oh, she was sick."
Bob B.: "VVell, how did you find out that she was sick if you didnlt go to see her?"
G. C.: uYou see, I am smart: l found a little note by the door which. said KBell out of
Marg Stone signed her Algebra paper 'KlVlae Vxfestl' because she done ,em wrong.
Dorothy: "That horn on your ear must be brokenfl
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Bill: 'lMay l have the last dance with you?"
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Bill: "Wl1at is that gurgling noise l hear, Betty?"
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