Edgewood High School - Kennel Yearbook (Edgewood, TX)

 - Class of 1938

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N f Ki F 0 Xu -km if LTSLIE-' PEARL JACK ESTES 8 'ix S LESLIE PEARL SLAUGHTER Beauttfltl and not so dumb Has mustcal talent Favorite pastimes are 'trtrrvntng heads' for the Woodland and gtgglzng with Margie Smt th CHARLES MCFILLAN An all round athlete Always sees the other side of the question His real virtue is his abt ltty to talk when he should have been listening AUDIE' DILLARD-Gracious and sincere Has brains as well as looks Mtldred's better half BARTLIIY SLAUGHTER-Doesn't believe tn hard work Plays the sax' fAnd howj Witty Just 'Bubba' to everyone ANNA IME' DZKE'-Junior Class Presidert Igses her head instead of asking ques tons RUBY DELL JOYNER Good sport Likes to go places and do things IVY D KUHIEWDALL prexy of Senior Class, football captatn, bustness manager of annual Everyone likes htm GRACE' MCDONALD-She keeps qutet about her accompl tshments, ts sensible, and is always tn a good humor JACK E'STE'S Handsofre brunette who had rather smtle at girls than study H ts Just 'Lusczous' to everyone necessary Andy Devtre ll' Gets a long fine in Math IWaw, he must be smart j He may be Governor some day RMA LFE HOOD-C'an't be overlooked be cause of her unusually sweet dtsposi tion Always ready, willing, and able to play the piano It has been said that she likes to tease and to eat candy MILDRED WORTVAN Edt tor of 'Woodland Ts smart and proves tt by maktng ex- cellent grades Her one drawback ts that she can't ever think of anything to say fWho Sato that 9 L W RF'E'VE'S Known to us as 'Nubbtn Outstanding because of his blushes and hts Roman nose It is rumored that he ts a good stnger, even though he does have to be his own audience most of the ttme ROBERT CHEAIHAM Our school 's would ladies man' He has sense and uses every now and then He likes to do Spanish dances, and his women well, he ltkes hts women GHFORD COVIN Secret crush of all he ladies Although small he can do more than most large boys He's ttmtd but is a real guy WHO 'S WHO JANICE' MASSEY Big brown eyes, a pealtng, sweet and always ready to help anyone Outstanding in work and play alike Can do anything any other gtrl can do and more MARY PICKEWS, DOT SMITH, and CHRIS TINE' REEVES Triplets Would try anything once Smart and broadcast tt full volume No hard feelings, girls We think you're OK LA VWRNE' WILSON Teacher's pet Al ways agreeable, never gets angry Is smart and knows more big words than anyone in Edgewood High School BHICE' CHEATHAM There's no doubt that Bruce has the good looks of his fam ily- as well as those of the High School We predict a bright future for htm ROBBIE' LEE'-Just a grown up little girl who hasn't forgotten how giggle Her hobby is picture shows What is your favorite theater, Robbie? J E' HUATHRIEIS, JR The Shortest boy tn high school, but every inch a real boy He's Just too small for foot ball and basketball so he plays tennis PIB NEELY Bel teve it or not her name is Trtvette Plenty of pep and person altty but ts best known for her loud laughter RUTH JCHDISON Ltkeable, a good sport and eyes to match Do you ever use those glasses you carry with you Ruth? LOU PEAVY Very likeable, doesn't over-work much and ts quiet Has big, soft brown eyes. Sometimes called 'Lu Lu". ILA MAE' REEVES Likes to have a good time, likes to play volley ball Doesn't like to study JAMES DURELL Can speak Spanish as well as Pngltsh It's a ptty no one will listen to his Spanish ser-anades ROBERT FINCH and REX LFE' Fo y friends, and everyone else's, too Are smart Rex hasn't grown up yet but Robert tends to his own b MARY HUMPHRIES Has a good mind as well as personality Very postttve at times. Always tn things because she can do anything well JAMES RAY ROCKHVBAUGH Sometimes call ed 'Oswald' Miss Rockenbaugh's little brother Plays trumpet tn the band Very lazy ELIZABETH ADAIR-A product of J L Long Junior High School of Dallas She Just can't understand these Edgewood ktds It takes time Elizabeth She doesn't like to be called 'Lizzie' .' ' ' - ' P- V H -. - . to . e . - 1 FOY VALENTINE'-Smart, can be sertous if lots of sense. Oh! her auburn hair n 3 I Q H. . . . . J - ' ". - - 's ' D h . " iz". , ' - " -be . it . - t . . . Y I Ass'v CoAcn A A MATTINGLY Ass'r Man Hansen! ELLIS TEAu MAsoo1 CGAGH N W Kzunzov Man BAnTLsv SLAUGHTER BEN Lovins euLLDOG FOOTBALL TEAM OF 1937 8 Cogcn Ksnnsnv, Rocnznnnuan, All'T CoAcH MATTIIBLY, McMlLLAN, dowzs, M Bsnnv, Eaves, CAP'T KUYKENDALL Cnuurron, A Bznnv, Donn, WHITE' Mon SLAUBHTER B Covin, Rszvzl, PALuEn, wlLsoN, QLATTEH, B CHzATuAM, PICKEMI, Q. Covlu, Pnnxan, CHEAYHAM, Diss, Runes, M PARKER, SPRADLINQ Asa'T Man ELLls, YAnsnounH, Roisnson, WHITFIELD, doves, EMWIN, GAuuoNs, HINDMAN I 'X . ,f .ff5,:' X N Hz fs 0 I 'Q n 9 'N 9 -- N I -- X I 'Q 1. S , I 1 J u 1 - 1 , .' L 4 i V 5 X .. , ,f o 0 o A a a o a u n A SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1937-8 Cnr? KUVKENUALL, Bznnv, Estes, WlLsou, Duunanoz, RocxznaAuaH, CGACH KENNEDY, B COVIN, MeM1LLAu, Roasnson, G Covlu 'Wann A05 JUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1937 8 Huurunlzs, PAnxzn, JAIEO, conon BIOYLEI, 8raAoLau, YAIBIOUGM, Ploxsna 1 . ' . l W ,N My y ' ' I ' A , . . . - , s. ' -.ry -'vw " ,hx - 5. I It 4 AL, :V T' QW X .A. K I Q V , I W x ' s l , . uf , . , I - ., I 1 -'w,fA 4 2 ' , ' ' , 'X ,z . - A 5 n 2 , . , X, ,W ,Q . G: , vw 1 V? 1 1 QQ' rf.?Xt' E TUIPQL-.11 J?e,1r?'?r2f?'PrPI1P?Y?f?.raJH1?f?fgIEJ1'2JEI'eJar?.1VL '?.,j 1-J TRACK TEAM BAcx Ron Dumunos, Dees, Buissa, Jmxson, Duacu., Covno, Cnunrvon S!-:cone Row Eaves, MQMILLAN, Baovm, M Bznnv, Donn, A Benn, lima N119 1.141 r' afare SENIOR TENNIS dbNlOR TENNIS Huurunlcs, CHEATNAI, KuvxznuALL Mn Ma Lovluo, M Baooxs, CHEATHAM ELLIS, Loving, CoAcu, HAn1, Covlu, Pacxsns wrLn:n, Y Baooxs, B MCUILLAN, H Mc MsLLAn, Huurnnrzs 4? ESQ 4' - GHTH ou. achon. av lhq QOH HNLQS 14.1 L.-Li 'Nw Wet fake of Hufyq Landmcl QP' 'em 4 TITP 'L F2 L'e.'?.r2mI21 VOLLEY BALL TEAM Jovnsn, B REA, A Tunnsn, I Reeves, M TuLL, Kun v Y' 'V' w 'NW' f,,7v.fR,1.w.1V Q y" , HIGH SCHLOL BASEBALL BOYS '5 EACK Row CoAcH MATTINGLV, HENSON BERRY, QHIFLET, Runes, " ' Flncn, FURRH, QHEPHERD BRANNON FRONT Row JORDAN, VILSON, CREAYHAM ME 'Auf BACK Rov EF E?.I2'P'? P fEu21?'LQ GRAMMAR CHOOL BASEBALL BOYS Busu Monnns, JAMES, Covan, Lowe GARVIN Mn BnoYLEs BACK Row BARRETY, COACH NEELV BERRY sou Svnouo, TULL, ELLIQ, VCMCLLAN IRWIN, CASTLE NEELY, ROGER FRCNT Row gt GIRLS IRwlN NORTNAN, LAPRADE, SMITH HAYCHER, NCCLELLAN Mr s NEIMAN, COACH FQONT Row TURNER Pnesron, ROBER ON Bnoww BACK Row Fnouv Row PICKENS, YARBRO'GH, Jovce GiRLS BENNETT REEVES SAQTMART, HEARNE, NEWMAN, BATEMAN, J HASSEY, PRICE, YARBROUGH, Dor oN, GOGGAN BROWN, NINN, GATE G MAS EY, JACKSON, HINDMAN 'E Lf ,031- lfy in 0 an ,fQf '1- 7 'P'P E1 'E 1117 Pf? LQJEEFQILVLQ 9 3 , A 4 ,X 'B It E , All I y P ' R 1 D iw, - in A Q Q V' -A A , I i 1 ! X 5, j . R It ' L ' ' f IE V A f' , , A. ,,,. A A ,, ., ' N V K . L,4,,, A,,, ,N,,ML,,lL,,,M4 t .,. ' ' 0 X ' : X 1 r 1 'fl U Y 5 i Ng " . Q. A L u If . I , A A ' C S 1 A f-' , 3 . wh- , Q 3 :fin , ' Q , , , 12- ' 3 ' ' ,K Q V ' ,U ' XT? fc fl? 'T 'P v 'P 'F 'VF 7 VE. ,YT TWT! f ' L TPI 'fIH,TL'SJ? L , 5 ,TL A . 'P r kg.LL,-.nff'7Tw,.WWLLg.vgL444,n,Mg4'iifv5RR S A l N z I , : , J , ,V 4 ia G 5 1 1 1 . '. ' . W "L , v 5: . A ' ' fr . fi' 4 + I i ' : ' - 5 Q ' 1 5 hu: 'nl f ' ' ' .N,LM, ,L 1 ,WK wk , g , ' , J " V "'- '-"V PW wwf .- nf.-:fur . , . 1 M3 ' fe. "I" EA A 11 . A . .Af . Z . A W " If f f 1 Y I 'F 5 . . A - ,Aa A .1 A E, r 1 I X- . ," 2 S -x R- TN N 'M 4 . ' 'A - 1 E' J 1 ' -y -, P :M Er .A N Akr ., hz ,X I 1 4 A 2aQf2.gi.g251Liz:zzi.1.,,1, F7 . ff1H222gjf 5112 .L Our nufbaif team as qreai Our footbaXHeam :s rand Our fooibdi team ma es fl free thai will ever Stand A MS? F9 Readq' Shaft 1 :Qs x wx N56 K9 X f o XR 'ew I Ggfsx O Fox 9 aifviwul Too had Better luck next tnme , 5 I 3 .Skis eww, V A u H ,, dr A 4 . X 2. . bfi" , X 60 "'ib . 0? J if , Q96 fa f x W silk xx X' ff Axxixx NX XX j X 6- 50559, 'W ,, 45 A E if xl X ' L , X W. 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N , ' X' v"' f -' fi X , I six x , N Rux , X A ' 'Q , 1' ?f 1' ' -Q ' it ' ' 1 A' x- 'ff L n 75 Q XA 1 3- 1' gf 3, 'Thai 1 'Q x "' f K f 7 + ws 'Q-4 -lsr Lnw.S'Q 7' CURTAIN CLUB Fins! Row WlL80N, M COY, KUYKENDALL, ESTE8, CNEATHAU, SLAueHvEn, PETTIGREIQ Scconn Row D WoaTuAN, Jovnzn, RUNGE, Sutra, GILBERT, DILLARD, Jonts, MCNILLAN THIRD Row BRIDMELL, donusou, PALMEH, NEYHAH, I WILEOM, Cox, SPaAnL!n, WILDER M WORTHAN Fousvu Row Goaalns, GATES, Plcksns, Pnnxznson, YAnanousH, BENNETT, PEAVY, HELTON NEELY, Mint BAGLEY, Sronaon, J UASSEY 'Q SPANSSH CLUB Flnsr Row wonvmAn, Huurnnozs, HINDMAN, DQAK, CHEATHAM, SLAUGHYER, DUIELL, TURNER, REA SECOND Row REEvEs, SMITH, MCDONALD, LEE, PRICE, HALenoox, Plcxzns, LAMBETN. Tnsno Row DUKE, SMITHART, Vucxznv, Eownnos, NEELY, Invlu, BATEMAN. FOURTH ROW E PRICE, Cox, G Mnsszv, J msssv, Punson, MCDONALD, Miss ROCKEN snunu, Swowson : . , Q 5 : . , FIFTH Row: BAaLoI, Relvtl, M. E. BAnLow, BATEUAN, G. MASSEY, Psuwrneron, HEARNE. BAND STANDING D Slum, Dont, Kemozov, ELLls, J S SMITH, BARBER, C MCHILLAN, Ma Moons, Donecvon Svrrvno H Plcxzns, Rocxslewan, Rossnson, H HCMILLAN, Duummos, Hmomn, Suuunvzn, Rstvss, HUMPHRIES, M Pickens L DEBATE CLLB VALsll1ln:, DUKE, DURELI., Muon, LEE, Mn Moons, Sf-onson -- - 1. Q . a Q q 4 5 o Q Q 0 o Q n ' n u FUTURE HOLEMAKERS CLLE Buck now SLAUGHTEI, CLEIUONS, WILSON, Hunrunxss, LAPRADE, Onssonnc, Pcvvx DREW, L Tunnen, TULL, V WILSON, KIHNEY, Miss ARNOLD, Sronson MIDDLE now Duxz, Jonsson, PICKENS, D Sulvu, LEE, Pnnxzn, Tunnsn, Hanson, HAMU, WORTMAN, McDouALD, Hoon Fnouv now M Sllru, WADE, Psavv, Vlcxznv, Pennson, HENRY, Reeves, Psnmncvon, L TULL, LAMBETM, HART FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA BAC! now EDIAIDS, Plcnsus, B Bsnnv, 0orrnAn, In IATTINGLY, srcnson, Brown, Reeves, A Bsanv, Jones, KUYKENDALL, NICHOLS, eAnazn, SIITN, ROCKEIIAUDH, SPRADLIN, Ears: IIDDLE new Finca, Ynnsnouon, SNIYLET7, Henson, Funnn, V YILSON, B svnAoLln, I Benn, 8 Conn, 0 MPIIILLM, Roasnsoll, WILL, VAL:nvvnz, Fnonr aol SLAuauv:n, H ICIILLIN, Fulrnaass, Runes, wAuconzn, A Ynnanouau, JORDAN, ELLIS, H Plcxsus, PARKER, W WILSON, Les WHIYYIELD . S X . I I 7 , L ' F , il f . , - - n Q I . 4 I Q . , L 1 'Q 'ywwzg 4 ' . e' V vf if ' 1 - V X 5 L 1 i F' . Q . . . . . . . . . Q - D . O C . 1 . 8 S THE WOODLAND STAFF BACK ROW J P Crumpten, Sports Editor, Mary Humphries Features Editor, Bartley Slaughter, Circulation MZ? 3 Ls Verne Wilson, Asst Business Mgr , Robert Cheatham, Asst Circulation Mgr., Robbie Lee, Commercial Editerg Charle Uolillan, Advertising Mgr SECOND ROW Audie Dillard, Senior Clegg Editor, Imrene Runge, Asst. Art Editor, Leslie Pearl Slaughter Under- olassmen Editor, Ruby Dell Joyner, Snap shot Ed tory Ruth Johnson, Orgainzatxons Editor, Fey Valentine, Underolassmen Editor, Miss Bagley, Editorel Sponsorg Mr Broyles, Business Sponsor. FRONT ROW Anna Mae Duke, Associate Editor, Lildred Wertman Editor in-Chiefg Ivy D Kuykendall, Business Mgr , Louise Turner, Art Editor NOT IN PICTURE Pleney Dunnahee, Junior Class Ed1+or 1 . a LV M 'B . .:, ' - - .- My 6 ' -A '.. X . U x No ' 'X .A ja 5 o V . 'IL' , ,' , W '! . Q . I I Y I ' Fl 45 15 - , 4. , ' l.. G 4. ,fc , S V J O ' Q Q , aff . "' x' . V s 1 Q ' 1 . , x f . - 4 . - ,, E . 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THE EDGEWOQD ENTERPRISE Twen'I7'-nine Years Sgryico in Edgewood and SCHOOL DAYS THE TIME HAS COME WHEN NE MUST PART AND GO ALONG oun WAY, WHEN ALL OF US WILL HAVE TO START AND DO JUST WHAT NE SAY lT's HARD TO FACE THE WORLD ALONE AND Hoax so wE CAN EAT, WHEN oun FRIENDS SEEN TO GE GONE WE DoN'T YNOW WHEN WE'LL MEET SCHOOL DAYS WERE HAPPY DAYS ron HE, I DID NOT KNOW JUST THEN HOW HAPPY ONE COULD BE AND HOW I COULD HAVE THERE WAS oun ENGLISH WHICH SOME SEEMEO T0 ALL HAD TO TAKE EVERY BUT THAT WASN'T SUCH BEEN DEAR HATE, YEAR SAD FATE SOME TIMES WE ACTED VERY RUDE AND GOT SENT OUT OF CLASS IT DEPENDED ON OUR KIND OF MOOD WHETHER WE'D FAIL OR PASS. THEN CAME THE SEASON OF THE YEAR WHEN DIFFERENT SPORTS WE HAD, FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL WERE MOST DEAR BASEBALL AND TENNIS WERE SOMETIMES SAD WE HAD SOME VERY GOOD ATHLETES FROM COACH KENNEDY IN THE GREAT EVENTS THEY ENTERED IN THE COUNTY MEET AND HAVE BEEN CHAMPIONS SINCE ALL THESE THINGS I CANIT FORGET AeouT OLD EDGEWOOD HIGH AND NOW COMES THE SAD, sAD DAY WHEN WE ALL MUST SAY Gooo BY BY ESTELLE MELTON MILDRED FOY DID YOUR vAccINATIoN CAUSE A KERNEL UNDER voun ARM9 Y No, I DON'T HAVE A coLoN , sur I HAVE A GENERAL UNDER THERE CW FOUND ouT THAT L W HAD THREE LIEuTENANTs UNDER HIS ARM J AN INMATE AT THE STATE HOSPITAL FOR INSANE REMARKED WHEN THE CIVICS CLASS ENTERED THE WARD SHE WAS IN WHILE ON A VISIT T0 THE INSTITUTION WHY E THEY BRINGING ALL OF THOSE IN HERE? WE ARE ALREADY TOO CROWDED AS IT ISI MISS BAGLEY QRUBBING THE RUBBER CEMENT OFF THE GRADE SCHOOL PICTURES IN THE ANNUAL, I GUESS THIS IS WHAT Y U CALL 'WASHING THEIR LITTLE FACESU ROBERT CHEATHAM YOU CAN'T GROW MONEY B AUSE I VE TRIED IT CITY BARBER SHOP 6 nd, GRACE S BEAUTY SHOP EXperT work done, bf experlonoed dnd courTe,ous ope,ra1or5 MR LOVING TOLD THE TRUTH WHEN HE SAID THAT JOE Louis COULD WHIP HIM AND CECIL T0 DO His FIGHTING ONE HUNDRED YARDS WITH FEATHER PILLOWS No MAN GETS VERY HIGH BY PULLING ANOTHER IAN DOWN UNCLE EZHA Mn. LOVING JESUS HAD HIS JUDAS, CAESAR HAD His BRUTUS LET THAT BE A LEssoN T0 KING GEGHGE WELL, THAT'S HIsTonY, T00 MARY HUMPHRIES B T THIS H RY III IlllIIIIIIIIlI'IEEEEIIIIEEEEEEIEEEIIE!EIE!IIlIIlEI EEEIIIIIIII ll ll ' : AR : o 'D Q 1' "-"133" " EC ' I . CDF I I I ' ' HINDNAN. HE SAID FURTHER THAT HE PREFER- ------------ RED AT Fo : EL E . . - --------- --- : u IS ISTO . fUBANK BROTHER Hardware F urmfure Wall Paper Pam-IS Funeral DIrcaTo rs Wllls 'Pom'f Carvfon Ed ewood P71056 IIS 'Phone l3G 'Phone ll'-P DID YOU KNOW AT MR LOVING USED TO BE AN ART T? LL PRACTICES SOMETIME IN HISTORY THAT MISS BAGLEY'S TALENT AS AN ARTI DOES NOT GROW STALE? SHE KEEPS IN PRAC TICE DECORATING OUR ENGLISH PAPERS WI PECULIAR RED MARKS AT BERNARD D COVIN ATE S X TIM DUR NG THE NIGHT THE OTHER DA THAT MR KENNEDY'S NOSE WAS TRANSFERRED T ONE SIDE OF HIS FACE BY A BASKETBA 9 LA VERNE HAS A TERRIBLE HABIT OF FORGET TING AN IMPORTANT PART OF HER CLOTHING7 HER MOTHER HAS TO RENIND H R OF THAT THE STAFF'S PROBLEM OF KEEPING SNOOPING STUDENTS OUT or THE ANNUAL ROOM WAS soLvED ev THE SIMPLE LITTLE WORD 'W A S PRONOUNCED WA 9 THAT MELVIN BERRY SEEMS TO LIKE TO SAY NHow CH D0 YOU GET FOR ITT' HE SA N IN THE MAKIN THAT MISS ROCKENBAUGH HAS A HABIT or FALLING DOWN THE STAIRS AT HOME? OR YBE SHE WAS RIDIND NIGHT ARE STUMBLED AND FELL WITH HER9 THAT DOROTHY SMITH HAS ONLY FORTY EIGHT RE YEARS TO WAIT7 WE WONDER IF S LL BE ABLE 0 LIVE THAT LON ON T NICKEL HE GAVE HER7 THAT WHEN A PEDDLER ASKED PAULINE VICK ERY IF HER HUSBAND WOULD BE INTERESTED IN BUYING SOME COTTONSEED, SHE TURNED TO R MOTHER AND SAID, nWHAT SHALL I SAY 0 THAT MR KENNEDY'S MOTTO IS 'NEVER DO TODAY THE THINGS THAT YOU CAN DO TONOR w" v THAT DEVOTA HALBROOK WENT HOME ONE HORN ING THE FOURTH PERIOD T0 TAKE A BATH9 WE WONDER IF SHE TOOK COLD? THAT JEWEL PEARSON LIKES TO VISIT THE COUNTY JAIL7 WHAT IS THE ATTRACTION7 THAT MISS ARNOLD CAN FIND SOMETHING MORE INTERESTING TO DO AT NIGHT THAN TO GO TO BALL GAMES7 How STRANGE THAT Fov VALENTINE IS SUCH A CLEAN LITTLE BOY9 B T IT LEAKED OUT THAT ONE TIME E wAsH s HANDS FOR SUFPER UT, T , Fov THAT MISS BAGLEY NEEDS A PHYSICAL EXAM INATION? SHE CANNOT SLEEP WELL FOR HER DREAMS OF CLIMBING FENCES WHAT KIND OF FENcEs HAD You RATHER CLIMB, MISS BAGLEY, HIRE, PICKET, OR LOG FENCES9 THAT NLITTLE MIDGETN THINKS SHE KNOWS MORE THAN ALL THE REST OF THE TEACHERS COMBINED9 WHEN THE SUDDEN CHANGE? JOHNSON 8' SLAUGHTER -: Drugs :- The Rexdll Siore Lei US Ffll Your Nexf 'PYCSCYIPTIOII FOUNTAIN SERVICE SCHOOL SUPPLIES PhoNc I7 Ed ewood Texas IIIIIITITIIEEEETITIITITTIIIlIIIIll'IIIITITITIIITTIEITllEIlIIIIII TH . IS HE - STI ll. ST HE ? TH . RO TH . I ES - I Y? - D LL. E IT. ' . . .H, s, , U H WENT T0 VISIT HIS AUNT AND DlDN'T EVEN HI . T UT . MU ' vs IT QUITE OFTEN. QA FI ANCIER Gb - MA A N AND IT , no , HE , . WI T c HE Servin Edgewood and Surroundin Cvmmunihes Smce lqoq THE FIRST NATIONAL BA Edgewood Texas member 'Federal I?e5erve 5 sTem and Federal Depnsaf Insurance Corporafnon THE FORD ONCE NE KNEW A LITTLE aov HIS NAME WAS HENRY FORD, WHILE OUT PLAYING IN THE YARD WITH A HAMMER AND A BOARD WONDERING WHEN HE GRFW UP JUST WHAT HE WOULD BE OF COURSE WE ALL KNOW WE HAVE THE MODEL T THE OLD 'TN WAS RUNNING FINE BuT WE HEARD HENRY SAY You FOLKS NEED A BETTER cAR So HE MADE THE MODEL A ALL THE FOLKS THOUGHT THAT THE MDDEL A wAs GRAND, BUT HENRY MADE ANOTHER CAR WE CALL IT THE FDRD SEDAN T or ALL THE CARS I KN , AND SOME or THEM ARE GREAT, THERE ISN'T ANY BETTER cAR THAN HENRY'S Fonn v8 T S IS WHAT A PREACHER SAID TOLD IT A N R HE SA UMORE PEOPLE WENT T0 HELL IN A FORD THAN ANY OTHER CARN BUT WHEN A FORD cARRIEs You THERE, IS su T0 GET YOU BACK BY SYBIL HENRY MARCELLE BROOKS C N sus No 33 Ir YOU HAD A NICKEL UNDER ONE FOOT AND A DIME UNDER THE OTHER, WHY uLD IT BE L E A FIVE AND T CENT STORE9 LESLIE PEARL DON'T KN w WHY9 MARDELLE BECAUSE THERE WOULD BE NOTHING ovER FIFTEEN CENTS OY w CAN T LL F TH PEN WILL WRITET ISS BAGLEY LL, STICK I THE INK D IT WILL wa Do YOU REMEMBER WHEN MR KENNEDY FINISHED BREAKING THE METER STICK9 MR. LOVING CAPPROACHING THE STAFF ROOM, Doss THAT SONG so IN THE ANNUAL? Y N N-No, SIR I THINK You MADE E FORGET IT KWE DIDN'T KNOW You COULD SING, FDYJ MILDRED WORTMAN I SURE Al AFRAID FOR THE FAVORITES TO G0 TO TERRELL T0 HAVE THEIR PICTURES MADE I'M AFRAID THEY WON'T GET BACK CHRISTENE REEVES ITO AN INMATE OF THE STATE HOSPITAL FDR INSANE AT TERRELLI How LONG HAVE You BEEN IN HERE? THE INHATE THREE YEARS How LONG HAVE YOU BEEN HERE? MARY CLAUDE PIcxENs Do You CHEW cum TO STEADY YOUR NERvEs, MARY? MARY HUMPHRIES YEs, I CHEW Dun WH LE OTHERS SMOKE CAMELS RUTH JOHNSON QWITH RUBBER CEMENT ON HER NOSE, H, DOH! MY NOSE IS ALL STUCK ur WE WONDER WHY REX HUGH LEE IS SO ANXIOUS T0 LEARN HIS ALGEBRA LESSON T0 PERFECTION SINCE MR KENNEDY BROKE HIS STICK? RED SIIITHS CONOGO Se rvfce sranon II 7 Fo I - Q H ll II . ------------- Bu ow . : I HI , HE FAR ND EA . ID, -- ---- ------- 2 O0 I HAMENW. IT NAY BE A FACT. IT RE . : o . WO IK EN ll 11 I : I o . . F : Ho I E I IS M : WE T IN AN sEE IF ITE. ' ' SEPTQ SEPT. SEPT. OCT OCT OCT OCT OCT OCT Nov. Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov DEC DEC DEC DEC JAN FEB MARCH MARCH MARCH MARCH APRIL APRIL APRIL CALENDAR OF SCHOOL EVENTS 13-SCHOOL CPENINC. 17-FOOTBALL CAME WITH NEW LONDON, THERE. WON 6-O. ZMPFOOTBALL GAME WITH WHITE OAR, THERE. TIED 7-7. 1-FOOTBALL GAME WITH BROWNSBORO, HERE. WON 52-O. 8-FooTBALL GAME WITH MALAKCFP, THERE. WON 52-O. 15-FOOTBALL GAME WITH GRAND SALINE, THERE. TIEO O 18-FUTURE HOMEMAKERS INITIATION OF NEW MEMBERS. 22 FOOTBALL GAME WITH FCRNEY, THERE LosT 27 O 31 HALLowE'EN CARNIVAL AT sCHooL BUILDINC 5 FOOTBALL GAME WITH VAN, HERE LosT 27 O SCHOOL HOLIDAY ON ARMISTICE DAY FOOTBALL GAME WITH CANTON, HERE WON 39 6 FOOTBALL CAME WITH EMORY, HERE woN 52 O 26 THANKSGIVING HOLIDAYS Boon REVIEW BY MRs WILSON MOTHER DAUGHTER BANQUET SENIOR CLASS CHRISTMAN PARTY HUGH SCHOOL CHRISTMAS TREE JANUARY 3 CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS 28-CAPTAIN BURToN's TALK 23 FATHER SON BANQUET A SENIOR CLASS PLAY 5 CURTAIN CLUB PARTY 11 12 LOCAL CHAPTER F F A PARTICIPATED IN FAT STOCK SHow AT FORT WCRTH 25 26 COUNTY MEET AT VAN 1 SENIOR DAY 8 9 DISTRICT MEET AT TYLER 1M RADIO PROGRAM PRESENTED BY EDGEWOOD SCHOOL OVER STATION KGKS, TYLER -O. APRIL 16-JUNICR SENIOR BANQUET APRIL 22 JUNICR PLAY MAY MAY MAY MAY FUTURE HOMEMAKERS FIELD TRIP TO DALLAS 18 FUTURE HCMEMAKERS STYLE SHOW AND EXHIBIT SENIOR JUNIOR RECEPTION COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES that A P -rw Ag' 'J 'HH mfg A ., X fy ,xx-rg Af'7f?'17:ff2T-0- .nl-fp:-774 DID YUU KNDWW? X F7 That Jumor rstes old horse X SX had been morf ed S0 much, lu 5f6dJfS fone om fhe, long, an X comes fo the bank ever year obe mortgaged X I . I 1 . . 12- . - . . 19- . - . . 25- - . . 30- . . . 17- - . . 18- . 0 0 D ' o 7- ' ' - QM" "l"'gj '4 -X ,- fL,' 4 C- fx- .-. 'AL " . 4 -L fx- fx B Q ,X . .-'D 4 ' - 3 'X 'P 'X fx in , 1 ,K X b ,fl ' . x, X X- X fi Q 5"' -- f A E A - L - Z' .. - - X X Q25 f? 1 ' A X- X 'X UU'-" , XE- 'HITCHIKERS OF TEXAS ALWAYS RDAMING, IN THIS FREE LAND, THEY ROAM Down HIGHWAYS, O'ER WATER OR SAND T EY ARE LIKE THE BIRDS, ALWAYS EE LIKE A BRIGHT BLUE T EY ARE LIKE THE LEAVES ON A WI Y DAY, THEY CAN DO AS THEY LIKE, WORK OR PLAY THEY DON'T HAVE TO BE MADE, THEY DON' H VE TO BE L E ANY RICH PERSON, BECAUSE THEY CAN HITCHIKE BY LOLA MAE Wooo IMAGINE FOY NOT KNOWING THAT ROCKS ARE NOT CANDY! SOME WHEN WHEN JUST THEN THROUGH THE FOREST W EN I PEEP OUT OF PEOPLE THINK THEY ARE DOING WELL THEY ARE DOING OTHERS UNCLE EZRA 'TO THE FORESTN THE SNOW IS SOFTLY FALLING, OUTSIDE MY CABIN DOOR, COMES A STEALING EVERMORE , THE TWILIGHT MY WINDOW A WHITE CLAD WORLD THIS MY BELOVED FOREST9 S THIS REALLY, REALLY HE? POWERFUL FOREST LooKS ASLEEP ITS GOWN OF GLISTENING wHITE You KNOW OF ANYTHING PRETTIER THAN THIS LovELY, LovELY SIGHT? BUT now I'LL GO To SLEEP MYSELF AND REST TILL MORNING DAWNS UPON MY BELOVED FOREST, WITH ITS BELDVED DEER AND FAWNS BY DOROTHY SMITH 'TO A SNOWFLAKE LITTLE SNOWFLAKE, FLUTTERINO DOWN, SOFTLY, SOFTLY TO THE GROUND WHERE DID You COME FROM? WHAT DO You KNOW? WHERE DO YOU LIVE? WHERE DO You GO? Do YOU COME TO MAKE US HAPPY ME WHO WAY AND AND BUD AND MA AND PAPPY, IT THAT MAKES Y UP THERE So HIGH9 sEnDs You DOWN HERE TO Us WITHOUT So MUCH AS A SIGHT BY DOROTHY SMITH ESTELLE MELTON. ARE WE T0 DRESS THE HENS WE CARRY ON SENIOR DAY9 RUBY DELL JDYNER: WHY, OF COURSE NDT. HENS DON'T WEAR DRESSES. THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY HTHE RIGHT MR WRIGHT THE CAST WAYNE WRIGHT IvY D KUYKENDALL CLINTON CARDAUGH L W REEVES CAROL CARBAUGH SYBIL HENRY LUDIUS LDVEUDY EDGAR DEES LUCILE LOVEJOY RUBY D JOYNER PAULA PENNINGTON MILDRED WORTMAN GOLOIE Gonna DEvoTA HALBROOK CDNGHITA CARMEN AUDIE DILLARD WARREN wAINwRIGHT BARTLEY SLAUGHTER MRS wAINwRIGHT MARY HUMPHRIES HARRIET HARPER ROBBIE LEE WALTER WEBB TRUETT EDWARDS THIS PLAY WAS PRESENTED IN THE AUDI ING THE EVENING OF FRIDAY, MARDH A AT 7 30 P M SENIOR CLASS PLAY IS GOOD COMEDY 'THE RIGHT MR WRIGHTN, THREE ACT COMEDY, PRESENTED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF EDGEWOOD HIGH FRIDAY NIGHT, PRDVED T0 BE A HILARIOUS MIX UP OF SEVERAL PERSONS NAMED WRIGHT, WAINWRIGHT, LOVEJOY, ETC WAYNE WRIGHT, A MODEST LAD, wHo IS TO FALL HEIR TO ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS IF HE DOES NOT MARRY BEFORE HE IS TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF AGE, IS CONSTANTLY PURSUED BY THE FAIRER SEX HE sUccEEDs ESGAPING THE ALTER, PARTLY THROUGH THE KINDNESS AND MORE THAN FRIENDLY FEELINGS OF A LAS SIE, wHoM HE FALLS FDR EVERYTHING TURNS D T ALL RIGHT IN THE END, AND THE RIG T MR. WRIGHT FINDS HIS TRUE LOVE IVY D KUYKENDALL AND RDBBIE LEE DID RIGHT WELL IN THE LEADING ROLES THosE IN THE SUP PDRTING cAST, WHO DID JUSTICE TO THEIR PARTS WERE L W REEVES, SYBIL HENRY, GAR DEES, RUBY DELL JDYNER, MILDRED WDRT MAN, DEvoTA HALBRDDK, AUDIE DILLARD, BART LEY SLAUGHTER, MARY HUMPHRIES, AND TRUETT EDWARDS. MISS GRACE ROCKENBAUGH, WHO DIRECTED THE PLAY, INTRODUCED THE CHARACTERS PROF S O LOVING, SPEAKING FOR THE CLASS, THANK ED THE AUDIENCE FDR ITS ATTENDANCE AND ATTENTION WE UNDERSTAND PROCEEDS AMOUNT ED TO FIFTY DOLLARS AND FIFTY GENTS CTHIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE MARCH 10 ISSUE OF THE EDGEWOOD ENTERPRISE J MELvIN BERRY IEXPLAINING A PRoPosITIoN IN GEOMETRY CLASST. B B BUT CND RESPONSE FROM FELLOW DLASSMATES OR MR. KENNEDYD. WELL, IT s WE WONDER WHAT CAUSED LORENE RUNGE TO MISS THE SCHOOL BUS AT THE COUNTY MEET AT VAN FRIDAY9 SHE BECAME IMMENSELY POPULAR IN EDGEWOOD WHEN THE BUS CAME IN WITHOUT HER. I ll . ll H FR , , ,-.----,- , . OR A SHIP ON SEA. ,,,, ,,,,,.,,, , , , H ND ,- ,-,,,, ,,,,,,,.,, 0 .......-..-. , T ........ - A IK ,,-,,--,-,,,,, """""""' TORIUM OF THE EDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL BUILD- Y I H I S I SEE. IS . I - MY , . IN . Do - U H , . . F I . . ED- ' II . . . I - .... .... ---- IS ou ' IS BUT I N'T IT? HISTORY OF THE EDGEWOOD SCHOOL PRIOR TO THE COMING OF THE RAILROAD THROUGH THIS SECTION IN 1873, THERE WAS N0 NEED OF A PUBLIC SCHOOL SINCE THE POPULA- TION CONSISTED OF THREE FAMILIES, SLAUGH- TER's, CARTwRIGHT's AND SIMPSON'S BUT AFTER PIONEERS BEGAN TO THEN PROVISION WAS MADE OF CHILDREN. SETTLE IN EDGEWOOD, FOR THE EDUCATION THE FIRST SCHOOL WAS THAT HAD BEEN USED AS A THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE LOCATED ONE MILE EAST OF TOWN TENNIE DODSON HOMESTEAD THE A CATHOLIC PRIEST NAMED BURNS PICTURESQUE FIGURE AS HE WENT N A LOG BUILD CDMMISSARY DURING RAILROAD, AND WAS NEAR THE OLD TEACHER WAS HE WAS ABOUT ON HORSEBACK, D ESSED IN HIS RDBES WITH A LONG BLACK BEARD REACHING TO HIS HE NOT ONLY KEPT THE SCHOOL, BUT FUNERAL AND MARRIAGE SERVICES AS THE NEXT SCHOOL WAS TAUGHT IN WHERE THE EDGEWOOD LUMBER COMPANY STANDS IT HAD A LARGE FIREPLACE WHICH THE CHILDREN SAT ON BENCHES WAIST PERFORMED WELL A BUILDI NOW AROUND WITH MANY A LITTLE FOOT DANCLING FAR FROM THE FLOOR THIS WAS ABOUT 1880 THE TEACHER WAS NAMED BARTLETTS THE NEXT HDUSE USED WAS THE METHODIST CHURCH, ON THE LOT NOW BELONGING TO MRS W H HUMPHRIES IN THE MEANTIME A THICKLY SETTLED COMMUNITY HAD SFRUNG UP ABOUT A MILE AND A HALF SOUTHWEST OF TOWN, AND THE SCHOOL WAS TRANSFERREO TO THE SLAUCHTER SCHDDLHDUSE LOCATED NEAR THE PRESENT SAM JONES HOMESTEAD MISS EMMA CULLEN WAS THE TEACHER AND DEARLY LovED BY ALL THE PUPILS IN A SHORT TIME THE SCHOOL WAS MOVED BACK TO EDGEWOOD T0 THE SAME METHODIST CHURCH PRESIDING OVER THE YOUNG IN THOSE YEARS WERE HILLARY WHATLEY, H D JOHNSON, AND MAMIE COWLES. PAYNE, A O AS THE TOWN GREW, ANOTHER BUILDING MUCH MORE PRETENTIOUS WAS ERECTED ON THE LOT DIRECTLY WEST OF WHERE THE METHODIST FAR SONAGE NOW STANDS THEN INDEED DID THE CITIZENS OF EDGEWOOD POINT THEIR SCHOOL BUILDING, FOR WITH PRIDE IT HAD T O ROOMS AND A HALLWAY DOWNSTA RS, AND WAS CONCEALED, ACCORDING TO UNANIMOUS LIEF AMONG THE CHILDREN TH S WAS IN 1 98 ONE OF THE PROFESSORS FIRST PRESIDING WAS A B CHAPPELL, NOTED FAR STERN DISCIPLINE ALONG ABOUT 1903 A WING THE DvERFLoNING ROOMS, ONE A D WIDE FOR HIS WAS ADDED TO DOWNSTAIRS AND ONE ABOVE WHICH COULD BE REACHED ONLY BY WINDING STEPS ON THE OUTSI ND BALCONY IN THE DAYS OF ROMEO AND JULIET WAS MORE FITTING FOR ROMANCE THAN THIS STAIRWAY AS IT STOOD SHADED BY A GIANT RED OAK THIS WAS THE TIME WHEN FRIDAY AFTERNOON LITERARY SOCIETIES FLOURISHED, AND FOND PARENTS YISITED THE SCHOOL TO SEE THEIR CHILDREN PERFORM MR ONENS AND MR CAR TON WERE TEACHERS IN THE NEW ANNEX, FOLLOW BY R EL THESE WERE THE DAYS OF SCHOOL EXHIBITIONS AND IN THIS ART MR ELLIS AND HIS WIFE WERE UNEXCELLED DRAM ATIC TALENT FOUND EXPRESSION IN DIALOGUES MONOLOGUES, PLAYS, RECITATIDNS, AND HOW THE ENTIRE POPULATION FOR MILES AROUND WOULD COME TO THESE PERFORMANCES ANYTHING WAS ATTEMPTED FROM BLACKFACE COMEDIES TO STARR TRAGEDY AMONG THOSE DUTSTANDINC IN THIS WORK NERE JDE P DDNNS AND HIS SISTER HETTIE SOME OF THE TEACHERS WERE E.M. CHREST- MAN, MISS JENKINS, MISS MALONEQ JOHN KIDD CAME NEXT AS SUPERINTENDENT, AND HIS WAS THE FIRST CLASS TO GRADUATE AND SECURE DIP- LOMAS Two WERE IN THE CLASS, BESSIE SIMMONS AND HOPE SLAUGHTER SOME OF THE TEACHERS WERE JOHN STARNFORD, JANE MCNAIR WHO LATER MARRIED HER PUPIL WAXIE JAMES MAUD QUINLAN, AND MARTHA JONES WHO MARRIED LESLIE SLAUGHTER, ALSO A TEACHER IN THE SCHOOL OTHERS FOLLOWING THESE NERE MR DEAN W H NEILL, P M CHANCELLOR, LILLIE BROOKS AND ADDLFH MACHOTKA IT WAS DURING THE TERM OF CRANFIL Cox THAT THE DREAM OF YEARS BEGAN TO MATERIALIZE INTO A NEW BUILDING THIS ENERGETIC YOUNG TEACHER LAUNCHED A MODERN PROGRAM FOR THE SCHOOL BY INSTITUTING COMMENCEMENT, AND HIS WAS THE FIRST CLASS TO WEAR CAPS AND CDNNS AT THEIR GRADUATION WHICH WAS IN THE BAPTIST CHURCH. THIS BUILDING BURNED AND WHILE ANOTHER WAS BEING ERECTED SCHOOL WAS HELD IN THE CHURCHES AND OTHER BUILDINGS IN TOWN. TEACHERS OF THOSE TIMES WERE ANNIE LEE SMART, LORENE FOSTER, FLORENCE PERRY, AND E F BARNES DEBATING SOCIETIES WERE AS MUCH THE STYLE AS FOOTBALL IS NOW WHEN A DEBATE WAS ANNOUNCED THE AUDITORIUM WAS FILLED TO DVERFLDNING B F TUNNELL BECAME SUPERINTENDENT THE SECOND BRICK BUILDING,AND UNDER HIM ATHLETICS BEGAN TO BLDSSDM A GENERAL OWNERSHIP OF CARS Now GAvE TRANSPORTATION T0 COUNTY MEETS, AND SCHOOL PRIDE DEVELOP UNDER HIS LEADERSHIP THE SCHOOL WAS CLASSIFIED AS A HIGH SCHOOL AND APPLICATION FOR CREDITS BEGAN THIS wAS DURING THE WORLD WAR AND A PALL OF SADNESS FELL DvER THE SCHOOL AS SOME OF THE YOUNG TEACHERS wENT AWAY TO THE ARMY CALAMITY AGAIN THREATENED THE BUILDING F RE BUT EFFOR S D CITIZENS SAv D FROM COMPLETE DESTRUCTICN TEACHERS AT THAT TIME WERE DOVIE BARBER wHD BECAME MRS J E HUMPHRIES, JOSEPHINE LAIRD, OCTAVIA WERDEN, MRS TUNNELL, AND JULIA MACHDTKA J N MDSELY WAS SUPERINTENDENT IN 1 9 1920, HULSE THE NEXT YEAR, AND A LER FROM 1922 1926, WHO BROUGHT THE SCHDDL FAR ALONG TOWARD A MODERN ACCREDITED SCHOOL UNDER THE QUIET AND EFFICIENT LEADER SHIP OF S O LOVING SINCE 1926 THE SCHOOL MARCHED STEADILY FORWARD UNTIL NOW IT 23g CREDITS AND 13 TEACHERS. NDT ONLY THE SCHOOL WEATHERED THE DEPRESSION, NOW DARES TO EXPAND. A MODERN SCHOOL PLANT WITH A HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING OF 12 ROOMS AND AUDITORIUM, AND A GRADE SCHDDL BUILDING HAS BEEN PLANNED CONSOLIDATION AND Bus TRANSPORTATION HAS INCREASED THE ENROLLMENT TO 380 PUPILS A PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION HAS BEEN DRGANIZED DURING HIS TERM AND THOSE SERV ING AS PRESIDENTS SINCE ITS BEGINNING HAVE EN MESDAMES J L BOUNDSI I L ELA I CHEATHAM, AND J E HUMPHRIES HAS HAS HAS BUT BY MRS R B CHEATH M PRESENTED THROUGH COURTESY LOCAL P T A 1 F ' I I ING ' D , . . . . , . A - R NG ' I I . . IN . ED. . BY I , T F E IT TO 0 N I A MA- . . . SONIC LODGE ROOM UPSTAIRS, WHERE THE BGOATN KATHLEEN TAYLDR, MRS. FORD, MARIE OLIVER, BE- . . I 8 . . . . 91 - . . N .P. Fow- DE. I ED .l. LIS. - L , BE . . . . M R.B. . . . . A l I iilli' asm 1 harm 1 1 BIZ .J fi , -3 CL ' 'KN Q2 K fiff K Q - x fy P an HS I lv,, ' wx Y l W 5, X ff' A? k I' H A -f A 9. LMI 'knflf A A v A AW 1 'MMM ' ' ," A 'una Q' . 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