El Paso High School - Spur Yearbook (El Paso, TX)

 - Class of 1931

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Of all affaires he knew quite everything. fBut oft his talk was not worth listening., Forsooth, he was a worthy man withal, And by the name of SENIOR men him calle. W E Z n IE E m F' I Q fx e 5 I e 5 e e 5 5 e e e e 5 IACK EVANS Courtesy Club Officers' Club-'29-'30 lst Lieut. R. O. T. C. Come out of the Kitchen. Rifle Club-'30 BETTY EASTER SUSIE METZCIAR Lois WILSON CHESTER KE.AGY MARTHA JOHNSON, Valedictomzn Scholarship Club-'28-'50 National Honor Society-'29-'30 Senior Dramatic Club-'30 ELIZABETH OWEN Senate-'28-'29 Girl Reserves--'28 Scholarship Club-'28-'29-'50 Pres. Scholarship Club-'50 National Honor Society Kalevala-'30 Girls' Boosters--'30 Courtesy Club-'29-'30 THELMA JUANITA SI-IEEFIEIII Tumbling Club--'29 JESSIE HOLDRIDGE Q"TEss"Q Courtesy Club--'28 Sect. Girls' Boosters-'30 Operetta-Spring-Fall-'30 Member of Office Force-'30 ALICE LONG House of Representatives-'28 President of Archaeology-'30 Courtesy Club GLADYS LEFKOWKTZ Managing Editor of Tatler-'30 Scholarship Club-'27-'28-'29-'30 National Honor Society-'29-'50 House of Representatives-'29 Courtesy Club--'28 DEANE HAWI-:INS House of Representatives-'26 R. O. T. C.-'26-'29 f'- X FRANK PAYNIZ FRANKIE SMITH Treasurer Senate-'29-'30-'31 Pres. Sr. Dramatic Club-'29 Glee Club-'29-'30-'31 Declamation Contest-'30 "Tea House of Sing Lo"-'30 Pres. Girls' Boosters-'31 Hlchabod Crane"-'51 Editor Tatler-'31 Citizenship Contest-'31 "Come Out of the Kitchen"-'31 PEDRO COSCA Courtesy Club-'28-'29-'30 Scholarship Club-'27-'28-'29-'50 Nat. Honor Society-'29-'30 Cihola Honor Club-'30 Courtesy Club Contest-lst Prize-'29 Bookkeeping Efficiency Award-'50 ial Dames Essay Contest-Znd Place AURORA ONTIVIEROS KATHlZRINli BOURLAND CARLOS CORDERO DOROTHY FRANK CLRMENTS Girls' Booster Courtesy Club Latin Club JOSEPHINIZ SPINKS f"jo"j Sponsor-'30-'31 National Honor Society "Come Out of the Kitchen"-'31 Scholarship Club LEAH MARCUS Scholarship Club-'28-'29-'30 ,X X FRANK YOUNG f"PANr:Ho"j MAGDALENA VIELASQUEZ JOHNNY WARD Booster Club-'28-'29-'30 KKKKKKKKKXKKXKXXKXKKKKKXKKK S I S I S S I I A I 'I I FRANK FOSTER R4 GEORGIA SAUNDERS Sponsor-'29 Pres. Nat. Honor Society Cibola ESTH ER AVILA LOIS MULCAPIY Girl Reserves-'28 MAR JORIE ERWIN Scholarship Club- "9- 3 National Honor Society- Courtesy Club-'28-I' 9-'50 BILL WALKELR Officers Club '30 Athletic Commissioner TONY BELL WITIIOLDER MARY MARGARET LAWLESS Scholarship Club Archaeology Club 29 Vice Pres Home Economics Club Courtesy 4 years Girls Boosters Senior Play Dramatics JOHNNY SACRA Q CUTIE CUCKOO House of Rep Senator 28 9 E Club Foot all 28 2 30 Track 28 29 0 Boys Booster Glee Club R O T C Swimming Team 78 MARY MAXKDN DOROTHY ROSE MURPHY rchestra 27 28 29 C 28 9 ourtesy Archeology 29 LUCILLE GLASS Q S Q 5 Q 6 3 5 I I , L 0 S N '30 X 2 5 S X N N S ' Q . . . S XS S N c 5 . 1 O S . . S sc I I eo I I I -- Q S 5 0 Q 3 ' 3 S I I I I I I I I Q , D Q S Q I .7 8 I 2 9 X 5 - ' ... ' 2 S Q Q I 1 Y eo , v 6 I b - .. Q- st I I3 5 sr 9 OYS O05 I61' 6 6 ll SN B I B G1 - Cl b 5 .. A- 5 QS S ,S S , . c S S I I I . 0 .. .. -- - 30 S I I 9 S ...' 3 S S S f N S' 3 S 5 " ' T' 6 + 3 Q X I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Q Z Z Z 'Q Z Z Z Z Z WI Z Z Z Z WI Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z Z 'II GI 4I Z OI Z 0I Z 'II 0 fx I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 I MARIA Lt7rsA ALVAREZ Commercial Club-'30 GARLAND MKlGRAW Yell Leader Boys' Booster Courtesy Club "Come Out of the Kitchen" ROBERT RRRD EDWARDS R. 0. T. C. Band-'28-'29 In. P. H. S. Ba1nd-29- 30 Engineering Club-'29-'30 "Come Out of the Kitchen" Orchestra-'28-'29 Courtesy Club-'29 HAZR L Loc:KHART PLAt:1DA RUDALCAVA Volley Ball Team-'30 Basket Ball Team Captain-'30 FRANK O'ROlIRKlZ f"IRisH"j Pres., Low Seniors Pres., High Seniors Tom JIENNIESS Courtesy Club-'29-'30 "Come Out of the Kitchen" Science Club-'29 DIEI.MAR WALL ZoRA ZoNo KILGORE f"Zo"j Sponsor-'30-'31 "Come Out of the Kitchen" MIIRRAY FLYNN House of Representatives-'29 Scholarship Club -'29-'30 YUAN SH ELTON R. 0. T. C.-'28-'29-'30 Courtesy Club-'29 Engineers' Club-'30 JEAN STIEVENSON Art Club-'29 Science Club-'29-'30 Scholarship Club-'29-'30 National Honor Society-'29-'30 Courtesy Club-'30 NONDAS BOSWELL ELEANOR WOLFE Q KWOLFIEH Girl Reserves-'28 Glee Club-- 28 Library Council Pres.- 3 Vice-Pres. Low Seni rs- 30 Secy. Treasury High Senior Cla - Sponsor- 28 KATHRYN TUPPER Latin Club-- 7 House of Rep.-- 27- 28 pere a-1 Girls' Booster Club-'30 AARON WECHTER NORMAN HICHFIELD Ma'or R. O. T. C.- 30 'Come Out of the Kitchen' Rifle Team-'29-Capt ' - Winner of Scotten Me E Club-- 29 ' 1 , ' 0 0 , ss '30 '2 Glee Club--'29-'30 O tt '30 1 1 . v am '30 dal MoLL1E NILSON WRAY JONZ Courtesy Club--'27 Senior Dramatic Club-'30 "The Tea House of Sing Lo"-'29 HELEN WHITE Senate '29 Sponsor '30 JAMES E ABRAHAM Non Commissioned Officers' Club MARIA LOUISA AGUIAR Scholarship Club- 28 '29 National Honor Society 29 30 GRACE WILSON Q HOPPIE Q Q WILLIE j Booster Klub 4th Prize in National Soap Sculpture Con t QSSOJ EDGAR KAYSER Q CASEY Q Bus Mgr Spur 30 Major R O T C AXKXKKXXKXKKXKKXXKKXXX'KKXKKXKXKXKKX - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . , T 1, 9 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1 0 'I 0 ff fl '1 '1 9 f1 '1 '1 "1 I 5 5 5 4 5 I I I I 5 I I 5 1 5 I xv X XXXXX XX lx ,xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 5 I 5 5 I I 5 I 5 5 5 I 5 I I I I 5 5 I I I I I xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 5 U! n O 9 o O -3" QB' z , mms IH . A-0 O35 0q""l Yifbm 2 C., Q an 5 'im Finn Fi' I an w Cm 5 Q 7' 1: X c: V' G ,JUS Z E X"" - :I cv - ral" :n M xo'7q O' :- Q o 'lClub-3 Clb-3 Clb- O Clb- yClb M qv- Class of May 1931 FINLEY TATUM ELINOR HILLER House of Representatives-'29 Senate--'30--'31 Girls' Booster-'29-'30 Sponsor-'30--,31 Spur Staff-'31 . '-f K . or Q Lois VVEATHERFORD President of Office Practice Girls MARTHA MCCSHEE ADELAIDE BEVAN Scholarship Club-'28-'29-'31 National Honor Society-'30-'51 Kalevala Vice Pres.-'31 Spur Staff-'51 Girls Athletic Editor Archeological Club--'29-'30 MARY WINGO Glee Club-'27 Courtesy Club--'28 National Honor-'30--'51 Scholarship-'31 CHARLES NEW'MAN LOUISE SCHUCK MARY HARIIIS HOLLIS MUSTAIN f"MUsTY"j Football-'29--'30 Track-'30-'31 Courtesy Club Science Club NEW Club ROBERT LANDER 4f"BOB"j Business Mgr. Tatler Band Senate House of Representatives DOROTHY WOODS f"DOTTiE"j Girl Reserve-'27 Dramatic Club-'28-'29 I ft ii K 1 5 IL ve' rr- ---if we - v- "rr "L" 'frfv' "1"'i'i""'1""'5""'Q" "" v""a ""' v' 'ss ""N v'--0 -"' 'i"""E"'4 ve' "RW'v"'r'v"1x-wmv'"'r"'r""r'A"r"v"'ir"-" ei ,A -Auf ...,ar....A. -sR..,o.,-.iE -..at.,.i,a,-,, -r.,....m ,..e,...A-,AW.a.-..a....m-..A,J:t-.A.-,s..,.At...A ...A....:t,..A...L...1s...e...r4s....s.,,o R 1 , 3 P. ROBERT E. McKEE, JR. RUBY MAYE PUCKETT fuPUCKETTH, Dancing Team-'27 ls House of Rep.-'27 i' Art Club-'27-'28-'29 P Booster Club-'30 L Sponsor-'31 5 Fr J ADDIE JOE BRADLEY is is . GAN CHEW fi National Honor Society Commercial Club , 5 li l i ! er l Spanish Club 1 ty a is Ll lfl lr 7 MARGARET STEVENS ,Y - 1 Q., x HELEN BoYD 'A Q' l , fl Y l BERT VAN STEENWYK Q Boy Boosters ll Courtesy Dramatic T I Cibola R. O. T. C f 'i RUTH DYER KLM! ii .tl Girls Booster Club Q' Cibola '- 1 Tatler Staff V ifl JEAN MIZFFLIEY A R Y- gg! HORTON PRUETT 1Summer School Graduate-J Q T 1 if 5 , CLAUDIA PARRISH i National Honor Society E X l House of Representatives Cm 3. g .3 Courtesy Club -A-. ,ff C ELEANOR LYLES T A was-pnl rV!,q A ff S v Y r, E sv- --gf--ery lg ' .1 - -Q .2-' ' , 3 wiv' " - tv-"'q:""cf'4' 'v"T"1!""' 3""U"""f""'N1""'d"""'o7""'C?" 'w"H"wf""1gL'T' gf--'LE 5 . ,. .m...J.r.,.,,.1.'A,,.h.,.. A A -sri . ,A,i-:..,-4i.,-,,-s, A .,,.A.-.,,A.-..s....R,N..s.....n,,.ux,.,A -,A,.at-...s.-E4s.,.,A-.a.m,f.s.,. .-.A J! MARIE A. CUEN Scholarship Dramatic Art Kalevala House of Representatives JOE GALATZAN Basket Ball--'31 MARIE VAN SCHOYK GLADYS KENDALL JACK A. FERGUSON Cibola Courtesy Club KITTY GAITHER GRETCIIIZN E. ELMENDORF f"GRETE ELIZABETH RICE BETTY GRAVES MILDRED FARRA Gibola-'29-'50-'51 Girls Booster-'50-'31 Courtesy-'28-'29 Girls Rifle Team-'29 FLORENCE KING f"MIKE"j Courtesy Club-'29 Boosters, Vice Pres.-'30 BRANCH CRAIGE Scholarship Club, 4yrs. Pres.-'31 L National Honor Society-'30-'31--V. Pres.- lst Place 1A District Latin Essay-'28 Senate-'28--'29 Spur Staff--'31 Znd Lieut. R. O. T. C. 4'U"V"' JIM MITCHELL Engineers-' 30-' 31 Science--'29 LOUISE JESSEN Courtesy-'28-'29 Girls Booster Club-'29-'30 House of Rep.-'31 HELEN MCCOY Girl Reserve Club Tumbling Club Courtesy Club DENA MCKEE MARCUS NORTON TI-IELMA THOMPSON Q"TOMMY"Q Cibola Courtesy Club-'29-'30 Booster Club-'28-'29-'30 HORACE BENSON Engineers Courtesy MARY WEST HELEN MUNOZ Courtesy Club Tumbling Club Tumbleweeds Hockey, All-Star Cibola ANNAEELLE HORNE National Honor Society Scholarship Club Sr. Dramatic Club Courtesy Club Girls' Booster Club GEORGE E. ESPERSEN Q"EP1E"y MADELINE McKEE Booster Club--'30 lf ANNETTE CULBREATI-I JACK WILLIAMS WILLIAM COUND f"WILLII2"j Tennis-'26-'27-'28-'29-,ao-'5I Pres. "E" Club Officers Club SHIRLEY FARBER f"SADIE"j Scholarship Club National Honor Society Dramatic Club-'27-'30 Debate Club-,28-,31 HART STEELE R. O. T. C. Band-'50-'51 MAXINE MOLT Archeology Club Good Music Club Booster Club Glee Club Math Club , Courtesy Club MARQUERITE PENNY DORIS WEBSTER QUFRENCHYHQ Aesthetic Club-727-'28 House of Rep.-'28 BYRON MERKIN IDA LILY WRIGHT LAURA STOKES DOLORES VASQUEZ f"LOLA"j Volley Ball Scar Team-'27 Spanish Club-,29-'31 Bronze, Silver and Gold Typing Pins Shorthand 60 and 80 Word Certificates v-v-ev"-r'v-'V-vrvrw-'v"'wfr-vs 'K" we -'-' wmv---v vrvmv v-v vcr-ww YW? YNY 'V rw ww- Q ...A...n,,u L...a.n...x ..n,...e,....a, ..rs..JQ.-.4. ...er....m-.A.. ..s....A...a....as...aL..A ....L...A..A...no W. T. EVANS Pres. Engineers' Club Alchemist Guild Band R. O. T. C. ELINOR FLEMING Courtesy-'27-'28-'29-'30 Charter Member of Cibola R. O. T. C. Sponsor-'31 Library-'29-'50 Girls Rifle Club-'29-'30 Tatler-'31 ETHE1. HICKMAN f"HIcKY"j Tumbling Club-'50-'31 Aesthetic Club-'28-'29-'30-'31 Archeology Club-'29-'30-'31 National Oratorical-'29-'30 Rifle Team LEWIS TEM. ALWYN Louis WASHBURN CAL Football-'29-'30 Engineers Club Science-'29 "E" Club R. O. T. C. FRANCES ALLEN fl'FRANKlli", "The Pirate's Daughter"-'29 "Tea House of Sing Lo"-'30 "lchabod Crane"-'30 Pres. Girls Glee Club-'31 ROBERT MCCAULISY f"BoE"j Sports Editor Taller Engineers Club-'27-'28 WILLADENE BETZ Courtesy Club Library Council Girl Reserve Office Assistant-'30-'31 MATTYE JIM DEANER QUJIMMY Glee Club Library Assistant Library Council IRVING MCNEIL PAULINE STEIN GEORGE E. MAnsHAL1. lfcut. R. O. T. C. Band-'27-'28-'2 Courtesy Club-'29-'30 Drum Major-'29-'30 House of Representatives--'29 . , V.,v.....v...,,,...,.:,, ., ,:,,....,,0,-.,.. . ,, V if V V ,.Qr...1u....A..lA,..4m...e,.-..A...An....Ar.,,:.x-..L...a Jar.. A .A M My MM NJ BOB FRANCIS f"GAwKY"j Football-'30 Basket Ball-'31 LUCY FERRIS BROWN Scholarship Club Ci-bola f Girls Booster Club CARL GOODMAN WJ ' MARY MARTIN 0 Scholarship Club-'28 Booster Club-'27-'30 Sec. of Cibola-,31 Aesthetic Club-'31 W. K. FONG Cibola-'30-'31 Officers Club Courtesy Club-'28-'29-,31 R. O. T. C. Lieutenant ELIZABETH BULLARD Girls' Booster Club Library Club MARY GATES Booster-'30 Glec Club-A29-'30 MARY KING National Honor-'30-'31 Scholarship-'30 Vice Pres. Cibola-'30 Pres. Cibola-,Sl Spur Staff Sec. of Math Club-'30 ROBERT BETANCOURT National Honor Society Scholarship Club Cibola City Winner of "League of Nations" Contest-,30 Courtesy Club ELIZABETH CAMERON Q"L1BBY"j Sponsor Phoenix Game Battalion Sponsor R. O. T. C.-'30 Sec.-Treas. Senior Class Pres. Booster Club-530 House of Representatives-'30 .As GENE WHITTINGGTON House Of Representatives-'28 Boosters-,28-'29-'30-'31 Track-' 30-'31 Nightshift-'28 Officers' Club-'50-'31 GRACE L. BOGARDUS Courtesy Latin Good Reading FELIX ANTONE Archeological Club-30-'31 Alchemist Guild Track-'30-' 31 ELIZABETH CLIFTON Latin Club Courtesy Club Booster Club ORELL H. GAMBRELL V. Pres. Sr. Class-'31 Sponsor-'31 Booster-'28-'29-'30 V. Pres. Sr. Dramatic Art Club-'31 Scholarship Club-'31 Pres. Kalevala-'29-'30 LA VIZRNE PACCETTI JOHN HAWLEY President of Student Body footballl-'27-'28-'29-'30-Capt.-' Basket Ball-'30 Track-'30-'31 Club MARJORIIE KLEIN R. O. T. C. Sponsor-'30-'31 Girls' Boosters--'30 IRIENE ARROYO Q"jAcIcIE"j National Honor Society-'30-'31 Scholarship Club-'28-'31 Cibola-,30 Hockey, All-Star-'28-'31 Basket Ball, All-Star-'30 Volleyball, All-Star-'30-'51 Tumbling Team--'29-'31 Felt E-'29 Gold E-'30 Sweater-'31 Salutatorian W VIRGINIA SHIIPI2 f"GlNGliR", Art Club-'29-'30 Archeological Club-'30 R. O. T. C. Sponsor-'31 Fencing-'30 JACK KNIGHT Tatler Editor-'30 'Tea House of Sing Lo" Hlchabod Crane" Glee Club Pres-'51 Delegate to Colo. Springs Music Teachers Lois HOLDRIDGE Library Council Sponsor R. O. T. C. Best Girl Booster Booster Club Courtesy Club BETTY OLMSTEAD EMMA BALLS SOCORRO GARCIA Spanish Club-'31 Commercial Club ROXBY OLIVER JENNIE COOK Courtesy Club Commercial Club EDITH ECKHARDT fHGYP Booster Club Courtesy Club National Honor Society Girls' Rifle Club Math Club 'll JIMMIE GILCHRIST Officers' Club-329-330 "EH Club--'31 Football-330 Basketball-'31 Engineers' Club-'27-'28 Glee Club-'30-731 lchabod Crane-'30 SARAH E. HILL House of Representatives-330 Sec. Girls, Booster-,30 Sponsor-'30-'31 BEN STEVENS LUREE MILLER f"REENE"j Melody Girls Latin Club Courtesy Club MARY WILLIE SCOTT E Sweater-'30 Tumbling Team EsTI-IER SIMON Glee Club-'51 JOHN DONAHUE BARBARA STAIN f"BOBBIE"j Senate-,27 Representzitive-350 Swimming Team-'28-'29 Tumbling Team-'28-'29-'50 Tumbling Club-'28-'29 Tennis Team-,50 Letter-'29 E Pin-,50 E Sweater-'50 Girls, E Club-'29 Library Assist.-i29-350-,31 STERLING C. ROBERTSON R. O. T. C. Cibola Kalevala PATTY GRAY f"PA'I"'J Vice Pres. Student Body-'30-'31 Pres. Senate-'30-'31 R. O. T. C. Sponsor-'30-'31 Courtesy Club-'29--'31 Senate-'29 Commercial Club-'29 House of Rep.-'30 Cibola-'30 ANNE ACKERMAN DALE BOWMAN FRED W. ZWICK High Senior Pres.-'31 Senate R. O. T. C. VIRGINIA ANDREAS Girls' Booster-'29-'50 Courtesy Club-'30-'31 JAMES GRAHAM Pres. Nat'l Honor, Kalevala, Math, and Latin Clubs, High juniors, Low Seniors, Member Senate Cibola and House First Prize State Inter-Scholastic Essay, Latin Essay and Tournament Prizes Advertising, Managing Ed. and Columnist for Tatler Bus. Mgr. "lchabod Crane" Ed. Mercury, Spur. BILLIE RUTH CARTER CB. R."j Sponsor-'50-'31 Booster-'28-'29-'30 Courtesy-'28-'29-'30 Sr. Dramatic-'31 House of Representatives WILLIAM WEBB SIDNEY PRIENSKY EDMUND BROWNING Commercial Club-'29 ESTHMA GAFFORD f"BILLIE"j R. O. T. C. Sponsor-'30-331 House of Representatives-'30 Spur Staff-'30-'31 Booster Club-'30 Kalevala-'31 Sr. Dramatic Art Club-'30-'31 Library Class-'51 Girl Reserves-'27-'28--'29 . 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MCLEAN p y winner of 4 jinifin place. g My Home Town - El Paso Z Lost in far reaches of the pre-historic, steeped in romance, yet pulsating with life Z and vigor, is the long and fascinatingly interesting story of My Home Town-El Paso. 5 5 From the metropolis of the great Southwest, I bring greetings to you: I am honored on this occasion, to present to you, in this expository oration, a description of El Paso del Rio Bravo Del Norte, the pass where rises the towers of a city, as big as its name. El Pas0's record of achievement is an evolution from the low browed aboriginal to the culture of the cosmopolite. It is the story of a city built by Americans on a background of primitive races who battled with or accepted the white man's civilization long before Plymouth Rock was touched or Jamestown founded. In 1598 when Juan de Onate took this land "for King Philip of Spain and for 5 God," the first play staged on American soil was written and unfolded against the panorama of the El Paso mountains. Although El Paso has passed through many hands, 3 it still remains the "land of God." 3 Wonderful hostelries and tourist camps vindicate this desire to make the "stranger 3 4 within the gates welcome indeed, and to keep the covenant of God s house. Over the adobe sun-dried shacks and passive somnolence of the cow town of thirty years ago are built two hundred and nine factories throbbing with the vigst of modern progress forming the commercial and industrial center of the Southwest. The possession of eight railroads a custom smelter-the largest in the world- producing nearly one-half of the worlds supply of copper-and the worlds largest box factory might have sounded like such boastings as the -Gentiles use or lesser breeds without the law a few decades ago but all this and more is an accomplished fact in My Home Town. P But El Paso above all is a maker of men' men who can appreciate the great past men who can carry on the present and will plan the future. This moulding of men is helped by our great school system with an annual budget of over one million dollars. We have reached our ideal of having a commonwealth of "men who can dream, but not make dreams their master, and men who can think but not make thoughts their aim." Another factor, our unusually salubrious climate remakes men. Many who came forth bound hand and foot by sickness have become whole, as miraculously as did Lazarus of Bethany. We have these great men to thank for our parks, churches, colleges, boulevards, skyscrapers, daily newspapers, stadiums, scenic drives, libraries, public buildings, play- rounds our rear cattle and cotton industries, and all the manifestations of a nascent S s international metropolis. Now the many interest of El Paso are carried on and developed by a progressive Chamber of Commerce that counts for much in the sum total of El Paso's assets. Because El Paso, as one of our leading citizens describes it, is "the back door to Texas, the front door to Mexico, the side door to New Mexico and Arizona, the ground floor of opportunity, and the skylight to Heaven," and because of the great ideal to which El Paso is dedicated, Equality, Life, Liberty, Happiness, Justice, and General Welfare, makes me proud to stand before you and claim El Paso, the land of Sunshine X ax and Better living, as My Home Town. A 5 X 5 5 I I I I I I 5 5 I I I 5 I I I I I 5 5 I I 5 I I I V I I I I I I I I I I I 5 5 I I 5 I I 5 I I I 5 I I I I I I XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXKKXKKXXKXXXXXXXKXXXX My Flrst Partlclpatlon ln an Interscholastlc League Contest By LUCY Famus BROWN Why certamly Ill enter It I mrght as well have sand After rhxs the deluge For from that moment onward I was deluged wrth oratrons dramatxcs teachers and sleepless nnghts I had committed myself there was no retreat I was to experxence to the full the horror of an Inter scholastxc League Contest And to taste not qurte so fully the horrors of one Semor Declamatxon was the txtle grven to our contest For the benefrt of the unmmated I shall explam that declamatxon rs a form of tor ture m whxch the unhappy vnctnms are laced on a stage and made to rant the speeches some great patnot president or patrnarch To the one who succeeds nn convmcmg the judges that he ts a true Webster goes the honor of fxrst place and the rest are allowed to depart wrth ardor slnghtly dampened but m perfect peace After those fnrst portentous words the struggle was on I was gnven a book of oratrons from whxch to choose one on whnch to try my luck I read them all and reread them all but at last my poor muddled bram narrowed the choxce down to two Should I be sad and pensrve wxth Bruce Bartons Unknown, or should I be frery and atrxotxc wrth Patnck Henry's Liberty or Deal P I chose the latter I would flash my fxery eye and stun the lxsteners to srlence wlth my arduous eloquence But frrst I must learn the speech The fxrst was easy Wxthm a few days the ftrst two pages were rollmg as glrbly from my tongue as from that of Patrxck Henry hrm self The endmg however was a mghtmare It couldnt be remembered and lf occastonally re membered couldnt be sand You may say that such words as remonstrated and mevrtable are baby words And so th are but just try ronouncmg them m the mr st of a tense and lazm passage They dtsturbed my brnlltancy It too thought to remember them and thought was a decrdedly mvttarmg factor rn the mxdst of an oratnon These were not my only wornes however The dramancs teacher and I just dtd not a ree on how Patnck Henry would have ac cent and gestured Where I wanted an out flung hand she wnshed a closed fxst Where I wrshed a rapnd ftre sentence she msrsted on a pause My mterpretatron was pronounced too loud and fast whnle I declared that a patrtot could never be so passtonless as her rnterpreta non made hrm It was a hectxc tnme but at last she reallzed that more Improvement was rm possxble and I was left to repeat my speech over and over untll tnme for the contest I wlll confess that the fnrst frfty tnmes I orated gave me a tremendous thrtll My one 1dea was to per fect myself But oh' the monotony of that be- gmnmg Mr Presndent To have changed xt to Mr Vnce Presrdent or Mr Charrman would have helped I found myself wakmg tn the mght to shout to the bed posts 'Lxberty or Death ' At last the fatal evenmg was here I dressed myself absently murmurmg meanwhile to my self Arrnved at the audrtortum I was gxven a number and marched on the stage with my fel low sufferers There were thrrteen of us but I knew even thrs could not make my luck worse I was number twelve so that left me only one speech really to enjoy I could llsten to poor number thtrteen wrth pleasure and relief at having fnnlshed myself I heard snatches of the other oratlons and realrzed wlth a smkmg heart that I was next I stalked forward on boneless legs and began My knees were playmg tunes and I knew that my eyes were glassy But the speech went on I gesttculated and accented just as nf I were gomg to famt the next second It rs queer the thmgs that come to mmd whnle stand mg rn front of that blurred sea of faces I saw one grgglmg woman and shouted at her untrl I had her attentlon I saw my mothers face come rushnng to me remembered I had frlched her beads and turned hurnedly to the other srde There was that freckled face boy who had spnlled mk on me just fwe years ago Just then I heard Glve me lrberty or gtve me death' and I knew that xt was all over My knees sttffened my head went up and I marched happtly back to my place The judges debated about ten mmutes I was eager naturally to know the decrsxon but there was no anxtety no tenseness I was through' The wmner was announced No rt was not num ber twelve I departed wnth rrde at gettmg thtrd place and resolved to do er next txme Next trme' What fools we humans be' AX e e o e e e U - x - as ' - ' I 9 1 ' a - u ' n - - ' ' ' - - . . . . a - s a ' y . . . . . . . 4, . ,, . . y , . . 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' ' ' eg - ' i ' i a - ' ' r ' I , . . x c . , gen I ,x I I I 5 5 I 5 I I I 5 I 5 5 5 I I I I 5 5 5 I I I I I 5 I I I 6 I I I I I I I 5 5 I 5 xi P I I 5 I I I I I I I 5 I I I I I I I I I I 5 I I 5 I 5 I I Concerning Helen Prologue She had a dread of days that followed one Another 1n an and monotone And servants of her husband watchmg her Yet kept them fearmg to be left alone No pattern of unhappmess she knew Nor could she really tell a reason why But often rn these tlmes she d stop some task To stand and stare wrth mrsted eyes and srgh Bewrldered Menelaus med to wm Her confrdence Unreasonably stern She seemed and shut her heart And swore that hence Her heart was somethrng he would never learn There s that m me that b1ds me go she sard Perhaps no farther than fthe nearest hrll So that when Par1s came she added thus And you may stay or follow as you w1ll Epzlogue At length the too proud brow was lmed w1th age And domg what she d feared to do before She counted up the passlng lme of years To fmd she d left her youth on Trojan shore The face that glorred 1n 1ts thousand shlps Was humbled that the hand of t1me rmparred Its matchless lmes She dressed 1n fear that her Und1gn1f1ed old age should be unshared But lrttle drd she care for dlgnlty Who never for proprrety was known Wrth gladsome slgh she saw what she had hoped That age upon her husband s face was shown And Menelaus seemed so very old She laugheed and set her chrldrsh heart at peace And bemg old rt struck her wrth rel1ef That rt was good to be at home m Greece JAMES GRAHAM Ss , it S 7 ss X 1 O , x t , . , N. as 7 7 t S. 7 ' Q 1 ' 1 , . 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'f ' f 1 'f Q ' f H ff 1, , ', f, , f XKXXXXXKXXXXXXKXKXXXXXKXXKXKXXKXXXX ,x I I 5 5 5 I I I 5 5 I 5 I 5 I 5 5 I I 5 5 I I FRANKIE SMITH Frankle s memory Also bless Mnxed dates got her In this mess JAMES GRAHAM We have nothmg to say Of the fxre eatmg James He wears red pants To attract the flames ORELL GAMBRELL When dear Orell smelt a funny smell ohe decnded to see nf the gas were on So thxs she does- And alas' nt was' Beneath thts spot hes her skeleton STERLING ROBERTSON Here l1es poor Sterlmg He was grumpy and surly He was nght tn one thmg He d1d not d1e too early XXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKX KXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXKXX fx fx gr-em-Is,-D-Dames 0012-D' '-UMD.,-.O n-- m""'Uf-QA.,-'Tfg li-""'D"v-UR-.f'DU"5DQ-, O-SETEGEQDGUOM "fr'+mu-DOs-O,.,v-- 91-.goo 'lg-'-cl' OO gf-+RooSo"g SQEE, aim?-"'f-vw :rm n-J-UQ-.OD"f0U" 'D""'p: v-+-.FDU-"'HO u--:"HU- PUD"-' wndu-Hskqnmo MD.. uni' W' C7 mn, 70g '00- n Omg, Q.. w v-s Q-,H 54 C5 0 Q' ca.. ::-2 o fn SD' E, P' More Llmerlcks HELEN LOUISE LARRABEE A gxrl named Helen Loulse Had a passxon for cl1mb1ng tall trees Once she grabbed for a branch That was not at all staunch And sadly she fell on her knees Rosh GRAHAM A sweet httle thmg known as Rose Was forever seekmg repose She got ln her bath And great was her wrath To fxnd flre destroyrng her clothes Clouds mx tx fx tx wx A tx F551 SHG :So- liz.: SWF rv-'DO FDS-"U E102- o 51221 n:2"' ua'-11"U Slip! SMS 1:20- DN- A A R A ZX 'tx wx C5 U1 . Z rn Z n W rn Z E F' E 5 I I I Q 5 I I I I I 5 Z QA , fal, frln fn vanv Q ff,, fn r 5 5 1 A Z - gnu Y' ' ' . I N . ' 4 v V g i V a ' g 1 t 1 t r M Q5 M3533 'K M IVIT T IES , Eg?-ig A Q P! 5 L? .S is 25 9 Q F5 F 5 E E5 E E 3 5 3 5 Ai Dj M lx X 44 N XX JOHN HAWLEY f"GoNNA"j was the leader of Coach Wafer's cohorts in the line. He could block or tackle with equal skill and get that ball back with no mean ability, f which counted most in his position. So good was his playing that the team elected him captain at the end of the seasong which honor he richly deserved. Q -- z DON THOMAS c"HICKIEY", ripped, tore and smashed through the enemy line for many long gains to prove that he was the main Tiger offensive threat. Hickey in- X variably advanced the ball when the Tiger offense seemed to be deadlocked. He was r elected co-captain for the season, so great was the team's confidence in him. I Q I Q I Z I . A A AL Wasi-:BURN played his second and last year with the Tigers, but this was his first year to letter. "WAsHY" was always there when it came to stopping his man. There never was a time he didn't show plenty of scrap and ginger.. -- Z TRUETT MADDOX f"SoN"j, the vest-pocket edition of Red Grange, was another nightshifter who made good. Behind his eternal smile lurked a grim determination to knife through any hole in the enemy's defense for a gain for old E. P. H. S. JIMMY GILCHRIST was always on hand when it came to carrying the ball through the line for two or three yards at the critical moment. He encountered a little hard luck at the first of the season but that didn't keep "a good man down." RALPH SCHALLER Q"BUD"j,playing his first year with the cohorts of Coach Wafer, held down his end like a veteran. Bud's blocking and tackling was a high light in the many games in which he participated. FRANK PAYNE. masked marvel from the night shift, through sheer fight and drive, earned himself a bench on the regllars. To eke out a gain through Payne's tackle position was always a problem for the Tiger opposition. P1-1ELPs GREEK f"Cow POKEHJ, the sheik of the club, never showed his beau brummel qualities on the gridiron. Whenever there was hard playing to do, Greer was always the man whom Coach Eckhardt started in the game. JOHNNY SACRA Q"CUcK"j had some difficulty at the first of the season after an appendicitis operation. However, the last few games of the season were graced with the appearance of the line-driving Sacra. HOMER SALOME CJUMPING JOEUQ was another man who made the regulars via the nightshift way. Although making his debut in the first string, Moco's accuracy at his position left the impression that he was a veteran letterman. XJN lion lfitANcQls QHGAWKYHJ showed an unusual ability for plucking the pigskin out of the ozone. Francis was also a blocker of no mean ability and it was an un- usual spectacle when the opposing team made a gain around Gawky's end. Roiusitr Baines QHBOBHYH, did not have a chance to show his wares until mid- season, but when he did get his chance, he showed Wafer that he was a tackle of unusual ability, combining brain, brawn, and fight to baffle his opponents. Iit.KHAR'r Domus f"DoaRY"j was a fighting quarter-back who came up from the nightshift and made good. Dorry was cool when it came to calling signals, punting or passing, which was just what the Tigers needed during the early part of the season. Hoi.l.1s MllSTAlN'S f"MIlSTY"b versatility at football and wonderful fighting spirit made him very valuable to Coach Witfer in times of need, because Musty played guard, tackle, or center with equal skill. Ai, i:I.ORliS was 185 pounds of brawn who proved to be a tower of strength in the Tiger line. Time after time Flores crashed through the enemy's offense to throw the ball-carrier for a loss. FRANK O'LiaARY f"GAtmY"y, the big guard from Hurley, played his first year with the Bengals and was one of the spark plugs of Coach Eckhardt's brilliant offense and stubborn defense. He held down his guard job like a veteran. ,y.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,4 , , AXXXKXXXXXKXXKKKXXXXXXXYXKXXXXXXXKXXXXKKXXXXXXKXXKY P I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 I I 5 I LITTLE TONY HERNANDEZ could sure h1t that hne and on the defense he tackled hke a mad man He was another of the horde of mghtshxfters to make good Much of the yardage gamed was ac counted for by Tony jol-INNY STROUT Q GENERAL j was another mrdget back who let the opponents know when he h1t them General was one of the flrst stung backs who possessed snake hx s He wxll be back next MAURICE GREEN Q Po1soN J the b1g blonde boy from Hurley was a welcome addrtron to Coach Eckhardt s frghnng Tnger team He accounted for many of the touchdowns of the past season not only through h1s l1ne plungmg but through hrs excellent passlng eo X9 . QQ SN SN +C sl .S st Qs ,en st 5 so y .3 S . st SN . ee 9 S KI l! ' V ' Q Nb Q st - 5 ,s P . 5 5 year and a great deal IS expected of hlm. ss xg +9 X. ,, - X QQ 1 , S' QC 1 QQ st 7 Q' Qc 5 - ' oe s ,s oQ sl te st 3 oo S 'fu "ff "0 "ff "ff 'Z "0 oo "ff W, 2 W, Q W Q W1 Z oo W 'Z Z Z, Z 'fo "Q 'z Z, 44 Q Z, Z, fo, 2, 'f,, Q Basket Ball SEASON ----------- 32 44 -,- 35 --- 20 --- 26 -14 --- -15 --- 34 --, 25 A-- 2-l --- 32 --- 20 5 --- 40 --- 50 --- 36 --- 35 --- 31 -,- 20 --- 20 --- 26 --- '19 --- 52 --- 28 ----------- 56 R I2 S U L T S Community Center Vnlluy High ..... -- Rountlcrs .... Valley High -- Caitlictlrttl .... .. Minus Sccnntl --- Yslctat ........ Ysletii --- Douglas -- Bishcc --- Plmcnix --- Phucnix --- Calthctlrtil -- Cruces --- Bowie .... Austin --- Austin --- Bowie --- Athens --- Athens - Austin --- Pecos -- Barstow --- Otlcssa --- Rankin ............. . .................. 59 3-l 29 19 25 15 23 I8 26 14 15 13 2-3 50 18 35 23 16 39 35 25 25 -1 21 19 Kuco MARTINEZ, forward and the only return- ing letterman on the team,, was the star of the season without a doubt. He was elected captain at the end of the season. cellent. Domus ECKHARDT guard, came up from last year's second team to do some good work. His floorwork and basket shooting were ex- lx 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 f f Z Q fa a 2 z 2 Q a Q a 2 2 o Q w z 2 e HOMER SALOME, played guard or forward with equal skill. He showed up well in all phases of the game and much is expected of him by the Tiger boosters next year. Boa FRANCIS, the big blonde center, could certainly find that -basket. He always got the jump on the opposing center. Bob was one of the mainstays in the Tiger of- fense. Jon GALATZAN played for- ward or center with equal skill. He showed his wares during the last part of the season. He was fast on the floor and a marvelous shot. I 1 'J 'Y N "' X I- 1 P J JIMMY Gircmusr came from the scrubs of last year, help- ing the team during rt suc- cessful season. SAM RODEHAVER forward was a valuable man because of his speed in cove i1.g the oor. .Y 'Noam be I fx . if I. NATHAN STEARN, being small and fast, was hard to stop when he had his eye on the basket. Rtcmmn OCONNOR f'RED j was another utility man. H will be with us next year. 1' J' ,- S . t f I is C' FRED FINO, the forward from Bowie, was a valuable ad- dition to Coach Eckhardt's 1931 edition of the Tiger basketball team. V HECTOR HILL guard was small but there were few who could make baskets when he was around. He was the main reason for Phoenix's only making thirteen points. AXKKXXXKKKXKKKKKXKKKKKKXXXKKKKKXKKX I . I H 1 1 I r -, J .1 T5 , 1 t as 1 1 1 r r X l 1 k Ag ,V x s 1 1, 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 '11 '11 '11 '11 91 '0 91 Z Z 91 '11 'G 91 '11 Z Z '11 Z 01, Z '11, 41, '11, Z, 01, 41, '11, 'fo The 1931 Track Squad Coach Wafer seems to have a way of sending his track team out for a victory when one is needed most. After losing the first meet of the season to the strong Ysleta team, 65 to 45, the Tigers came back a week later to defeat the Austin team 792 to 672 in as thrill- ing a meet as El Paso has seen in years. Austin, doped to win by twenty points, couldn't match the speed and power of Wafer's squad when the actual test came. The third meet of the season was with Las Cruces in which the Tigers outscored the Bulldog squad 65 to 62. In the district meet, the Tiger team reached its peak, scoring 45 points to take the first honors. 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Dorqg-:lg Ufmootgp 030'-1 UO Bw'-UFO'-'Ili Or-rl-WO'-7"" p:r',:f,::2.Ef nfDlfD"lVl A Frogs Dance Old Krng Cole and the Tumblers Weddmg were some of the features of the annual demonstratron whrch accordmg to expert crmcs was better than all precedmg ones The fnrst rn the season of games was the volleyball season rn Sep tember There was such a large turn out that competmon was keen and the all star team was not chosen untrl extra games were played so that the judges could determrne who were the best players Basketball the most popular sport among hngh school grrls was played next and there was more practrce than for the volley ball games For thrs sport the all star team was not hard to choose because the srx grrls were outstandmg rn therr play The hockey schedule was changed thrs year so that the season would not be broken by the Chrrstmas holrdays All practrce and games were held after the holidays and the trme between the basketball season and the hockey season was taken up by handball Dorothy and Allce Brssell won the handball singles and doubles tournament Baseball was played rn March and Aprrl Practrce was held rn gym classes because one or two teams were made from each class There was girls who do not take gym The season was unrque rn that such names as Leaprng Lenas Sockems Bloody Runners Flrts and Patsyettes were chosen as team names 5 Dancmg Club Mercedes Ornelas, Amparo Holguin, Carmen Pinon, Mary Catherine Broyles, 1 Corine Herron, Irene Ware, Manuela Ortiz, Mary Elizabeth McNeil, Marjorie Ventich. 5 5 Tumbleweeds Mary Catherine Broyles, Elva Fellabaum, Helen Munoz, Mildred Norman, Car men pinon, Corine Herron, Vera Baker, Emma Balls, Mildred des Landes, Irene Arroyo, Ruth Martin, Jane Crysler, Janie Douglass A ,xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 I I I I I 5 ,Axxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxw 3 9 S Q S X Q : . 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Bud Luckett, Durwzml Link, 'luck Barron, Davis Mayfield. junior Colley, Day Sorrells, john Strom, Irving Ravel, Marion Pomnr. Buck row-Burney Wzli'rci1. RIFLE TEAM lironr rovv--GL-urge Moore. Wm. Abbott, Srgt. Robinson, james ec', Frank Kirby-Smith. Back nm'-Durwnrd Link, Cesar Arroyo, Robert Ph' ps. 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Znnl Lt.. kink Williiinis, Ind LLQ Hill Ahhuil, lsr l.t.g james Cady, Isl I.z.g Freeman Harris, Staff Capng Gene I ml li nuingmn, 2 .. R. O. T. C. BAND lsr Ruw: Vaughn Stewart, Howard Sclmekeinuelil, lfdmunel Harneu, Sam Fletcher. Znd Row: Wiiele Hamilton. Hart Steele, George Hall. Sid Row: W. T. livane., Henry Ualhiainli, Knllin Lnvelaee. Douglas Rice. -hh Row: Rulseii Hullmi, Howard Marshall. Win. Barren, Douglas Hart. ........-..- .-.. 'Sl' 6 8 S 6 I I K XXX' I , , Duty Edward--- roller, William ...... Mendez de Leon Ravel Irving -.------ Rice Kenneth -----. Company A POST GRADUATES ----Captain QSt jj ---Serond Lieutenant ---------------Second Lieutenant ---------..--------Firrt Lieutenant Captain QContntanding Officerj Johnson Tom .... ................-...--..........-.... ...---.- F i rrt Lieutenant OFFICER IN COMMAND Hawley John ---- ------------------------,,---------, , NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Pruett Horton ----- ----------------.--------- .------- - - - Murphy john B.--- ----------------------.,,,,--- ---- Kahn Isador .-.- O Nick jimmy ..-.. Chant, Leonard ..-- Miller, Bob -------- Moewitz Martin ....- Barnes Billy ------- Foster Richard .---- Ravel, Jerome Diaz Raul Feuille Frank Fletcher George Harris, john Lynch, Frank Mooney Gordon Rhodes jim Armstrong, jim Badouh A. M. Baskins. James Beer Eldon CADETS Carpenter joe Crane Edgar Ewin ohn Farrel, Floyd Fessinger, Louis Foster, Richard Haggard jerry Bell Bliss Litter, Normand Miller, Edgar Hilworth jerry Holguin Juan joseph, Maier -----Seton 'i Lieutenant -----Firrt Sergeant ---Platoon Sergeant ----Platoon Sergeant --- Sergeant --- Sergeant --- Sergeant -,, Corporal --- Corporal Knapp Art Kurita George Norte, Raul Pomar Marion Mascot Ritter Bo Roberts, julian Robinson john Sayles Allen Silberg, Art Valdaviez, Edwardo Vega Arnulfo Warren. Harold ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, fnnnornz'nannfnznnrnnnnnnn', v.4 M Q.. . . N. , ".. 1 I . I U' : II F ' I fb 02 N it R X4-. 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Sgt Bull Coates jrmmre Davxs George Savely CORPORALS Carp Albert Herrera Raymond Curtan Bull Chambers Wrllram Campbell R bc C k o rt roc err DeForrest Metcalf George Moore Ned Myres Marcus Turk Robert Young Donald Archrbald I H Alverado CADETS Arthur Dumm Arturo Islas R b k o erts Jac Francrs Carskaddon Lotus Goodwm Lours Hawley Louxs Hernandez jack Moore Louis Mur hy Louis Omc f Carp hrllrp Rurz Leon Ste er Robert Readmg Henry Wmgo Alfonso Perez Fred Brllman Raymond Custer Doyle Gaither James Clark Cap: C 0 lrt Lt Cap: Capt 1 Corp v--I not 7 5 5 I 5 5 I I I I I I I 5 I I I I I I I I I 5 5 5 1 XXKXKXXXXKXXKXXXKKXXXXXKXXXX XXXKXKXKXKXXXKKX XX X XXX K 90 "ff "0 "0 411 '41 '01 '01 '01 G11 "0 '41 oo "0 Z1 Z1 '41 Z1 "0 '01 411 '01 41, '11, 'Q Z, '11, '11, Z, 'o, 01, 01, 0, '11, S 4 A 9 9 C+ so . . oo NS S S I 5 Q' , , 9 ---------------- - ---------------- - ---- ----- ---. - - ---Sg. S -- ------------ - ---- ---- - ---------SSL -- ..-- ---- ...... ---- ......... ---Sgt. sh Ss -----.----- - -.......... - - ....... Sg . Q 5 9 'U Wallace LOVC--H---v .......... --------- .... Corp. Lugardo Garcia-----, ........ Au, ---,, ,,,--,-Cgfp, SR NS St ec 9+ Q' , Q P ' ' ' Q S' bl Ss 9 . ' ' A be S, ,Y W A , I I :AJ .. ,ft K M , p Qs A W1 - St S' ,e SN n oo . 5 U V Q . 'R 1 Qc ' R n sh fx E 5 I r e Q e e e 5 4 e 5 e 4 5 I I 5 5 Company "C" POST GRADUATES W,11,3m Abbott ,,....,,,v,vA,,. --2ml Ll. john Lorentzen--- james Veck ,......, ,... A lajor, Ballalmn Comm rl COMPANY COMMANDERS lack Chinn -,,Capt. Co. "C" Fellow, Paul,--, Dum ard Link ..,, Capt. Rifle Team joe Herrera- SERGEANTS Burney Warren --A-- SWE' Milf- Sfflff Robert Hall joe Martin Albert Blinebry Pete Schuyler ..... Lee Metcalfe Frank Kirby-Smith johnny Walker CORPORALS Clive Page Bill Hardie David Yturralde Bill Ward Oliver Luckett George Burhardt Emil Schoeman. Nile Ball Nick Beyes Orville Brothers Emit Dunn Frank Faust Bob Folk CADETS Gilberto Galaviz Dan Goodman Dick Guinn Robert Hampton Haynes Howell Richard King Robert King William V. Kramer David Leeicr Guadalupe Martinez Burdett Musgrove Edward Huguley Edmuntlo Norte john Wiggs Charles Roberts Eugene Sullivan Hyman Shane jack Stead N N Company "D" COMPANY OFFICERS CAPTAIN Tatum, Finley FIRST LIEUTENANT Whittington, Gene Williams, john Zwick, Fred SECOND LIEUTENANT Phillips, Robert Cound, Willie SN Fong, W. K. NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS FIRST SERGEANT Marcus, Clement os SERGEANTS lvey, Lee Palm, DI. D. 4 Kennedy, james Archibald, jack coRPoRALs Whitlock, Bob Dekker, Hubert Luckett, joe Patterson, Bill S CADETS Aguilar, Armin Duchene, Emilio Hungerford, Merle R. Austin, Bob Eden, George Jordon, Joe Bakofsky, Billyr Fernandez, Benito Leatherman, Curry Blackerby, Cecil Fernandez, Thomas McComas, L. D. Bond, Elwood Gordon, Tavia McMillan, joe +9 Campbell, Bill Gomez, Leopoldo Quevedo, Alberto Qs Coffin, William Grein, Owen Rodarte, Alfonso Colley, Ernest Hardie, Thornton Thacker, john Carina, Arthur Hines, Billy white, James Dickerson, Reese Hudson, Kenneth . ' sika, Leon 6 Y 6 Sf' A I Q Q f Q I 6 K 6 t Q I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 I Ya '-3 :v' CD 2 as Sf' o 5 QL I o : o "5 cr o E2 CD CW' ge: O '11 '11 P-1 O rn 71 CD , , , 0 ,N f , f I" O E. in 0 I" 92 v-1 3 U--. 3 IT! 5 D J' ' 9: ,I-flfkg-x rt 'E- 0. 1" X . O ET C u D- -. F-2 . 'U 92 V1.. I1 CII Vs- 91 cr? C1 rn V1 . 5-5' J 'TJ ro D .Q g . I" w 2 V1 rv :xl .. n rv O . E. 5 -. .-Q N D P, W C9 Q . r i Pygjidenl ,,,. .... - .--- ------ ---- - ----- J AMES GRAHAM Vire President ---- --- --- ------ BRANCH CRMGE Er' SHN we Xxx-1. as ge E: :.g gl I 'I I: : : I 1: 1: 2: I: 1: gi I I : 5: g1 I: I: -e Es 2,4 55 Z H C3 5:0 U1 'U O D Ill O T 5 U1 U! 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PLU'lfdl71t'l1frI7'i!Il1 g 5? Sw' :gb Iv: 3 r- ES' '11 -, FD G. N 5. g Fl F' Z Dv P-l O W U1 O '11 fl! 'U 'JU ,.. Z se H moi gf O Q? 3 m'b FF :tl L1 C IJ" D U7 2 .. C E. fb P1 0 ff 9 9 9 I Lou' Seniarf- Low S0pb.- I Elinor Hiller, Bates Belk Cline Page, Kathleen Erwin High junior.r-- High Freylamen- Thalia Sweeny, Bernie Warren Mary Neal, Ernest Craige Low juniarr- Wilma Brown, Bob Ritter N Louise Valdespino, joe Harrison Lou' Fre,rlamen- MEMBERS OF FALL TERM Frankie Smith, Bob Lender, Author Martin, Darlene Daynes, Carlos Acosta, james Graham, Mary Gannon, johnny Walker, Betty Bourland, Louis Goodwin. ' House of Representatwes S peaker .,,..... N ,- .....,., .-,..,,.,, ...., ,... P e t e Schuyle S peaker Pro Tem ..... ,.,. S andy Griffith Secretmfy-Treamrer ,U .... Ernie White The House of Representatives consists of one member from each home room. Members this term were: O. j. Barron, Mary Lee Biggerstaff, Paul Bishop, Ruth Blau- grund, Esther Bleecher, john Bryant, Virginia Campbell, james Carter, Katherine Cold- well, A. N. Cuen, Marie Cuen, Mary Dawson, Christina Dorris, B. T. Dingwall, Margaret Feuille, Marshall Finley, john Harris, Ben Hickman, Maurine Howell, Kenneth Hudson, Thelma Hunter, Louise jessen, Bob King, David Knowles, Mac Lyles, Mary Dorothy Maxon, William Merrit, Cager Mullens, Rebecca Morkowitz, Margaret Otero, Claudia Parrish, Charles Robertson, Rose Ross, Mary Scott, Frances Skelton, Jarret Slaughter, Ruth Stansbury, jack Thomas, Jerome Triola, ,Annabell Tiffany, Ruth Vermillion, Lois Weatherford and jean Meffley. . r lylllili V I I 5 I I I 5 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 4 b XXXXKKXXKXXXXXXKXXKXXXKXXXK.KXKXKKXXKXXXXXXXXKXXXX 5 5 Q Q Q I 6 Q Q I I Q Q 6 5 The Scholarshlp Club OFFICERS Preudenl Branch Craxge Vzre Prefzdefzl Tess Herlm Secrelafy Mary Whxte The Scholarshlp Club IS an honorary socnety whlch IS open to those who make exceptlonally hrgh grades The purpose of thxs organlzatnon lS to create an enthusxasm for scholarshnp to develop character to render servxce to the El Paso Hxgh School and to promote the socxal acuvxtnes of the school The membershxp of the club has proved to be a source of supply for the Natronal Honor Soc1ety At present the membershxp IS thirty four Thls does not mclude Hugh Senxors who came ln after the fxrst sux weeks Q Z 'Z 'Z Z 'Z "G Z, '0 ao '41 "ff 91 'Z "4 7, fo, off 'Z 'Z "ff "ff "ff "0 '41 'Z "ff "ff "ff "Q oo 'Z "0 'Z "1 S , , , I s' s' sh ,S xo' be ,s ss S 0 N Q SX ST . xox xox sr st S he Q0 ' ' sox S '-------'----------'------- S XS ............-.... - ...... ..... - SN , Faculty S pomor- - .... , ------- .... 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S, Q- eo S 3 S 5 Q9 sr SX +9 , , ,. . l . .A fx g XS I '- oe xox QQ oo ! so ob eo Q-' oo or Se Ss sc F sh SX I se S' px vb S ,P 4 5 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 4 XKXXKK KKXKXXKKXKXXKK KKKXKXXXKXKKKXXXXKKXKKV XKXKKXXKXXXXKXKKYXXXXXKXXXXXXKKXKXKXXXKKXXKXX ZX Kalevala In 1923 the Englrsh Club was organrzed rn the El Paso Hrgh School by Mrs eanre M Frank fhe club rn 1929 became the btevenson Chapter of Kalevala Fra ternrty In the orxgmal organrzatron membershrp was lrmrted to ten but rn 1928 the number was changed to frfteen In order to frll the vatantres left by graduanng members competrtrve contests are held at the begrnnmg of each term Ihe students handrng 1n the best orrgrnal poems essays short stones or plays are chosen to full rn the membershrp The old members and faculty rn the Englrsh Department are the judges ames Graham Pzerzdent Adelarde Bevan Vzre Prerldefzl Charles Newman Sefrelafy MEMBERS Orell Gambrell Rose Graham Branch Crarge Sandy Gnffrth Helen Larrabee Sterlrng Robertson oey Levell Esthma Gafford Mane Cuen Eleanor Lyles Robert McCawley and Gene McKens1e Mrs Nora Ward and Mrs eanre M Frank are sponsors 111 lrfzfllffaflallfzfllfrlllllflzllrflfllzfzflggx LRR.aaaazazzzazzaaazzzzazaaaaaaaawaazawaazzazazaae S 5 L1 S X ' . '- 3 . S .. S S 'fi ' + . Q v -l I S v w S ,, . 5 t . S t , ul 3 I -. t ll fy' S ' lvl ' li' - 5 11' ll' ' N . " v Q Ill N ,fl , .. A X lvl S ' 41: ll S lv: X ll - N all ' S ul' 14: V . y ll' , ,. I, . N N ull Q s xl' ' lll ' S ll: ll, , . S ll ' I' . gl y I : ' , t ' s - s 'tg - R' v . ' S . 5 . or S w S Q . . .. 5 . t S ,,,,,,,,,,f,, , ,,,,,,,, ,, 0 'Q 'Q Q, a a a a a Z W 2, Z 'z Q 'Q Q 40 z 'a a 'Q 2 z 'a Q 0, 0, 'Q 0, 41, 'z 'fo 'z to 2 'Q 0 I 6 8 Q I I st I S Cibola Honor Society OFFICERS Mary King ..,,,.,.-.,,,..,.,..,,.,.,.,.,. Preridenl Lucy Ferris Brown ......,.,,,.,.,-,..,. Vice Preridenl Mary Martin ,,., .-,,,.,,.,...,.,. - Recording Secrelary Mary White .,-.,,..,.,..,..., Correrpondirzg Secretary Robert Betancourt ,..-,,,...,. , .,.,,,, Parliamentarian Mildred Farra ..,...,,,,,.,,,,,,-..,,,--,-, Hirlorian Cibola is the History Honor Club of El Paso High School. The ritual of the society is based on the romantic and colorful legend of Coronado's vain search for the seven famed cities of Cibola. Its purpose is to provide an opportunity for the students of the El Paso High School, who have a special interest in history, to meet other students with like interest that they may, through study, investigation and discussion, inspire each other with a broader understanding and deeper love of history. Cibola's membership represents students who have been chosen by the faculty members of the History Department and is limited to those who maintain an honor average in history Due to this membership restriction, Cibola is rapidly rising in the estimation of the El Paso High School students and is recognized as one of the outstand ing honor societies of the El Paso High School Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 'H 15" CD S? '1 lil m Nl UU O O fn FO' CD '-1 CD I-1' C! U' "Loyalty and Service" is the motto of the Girls' Booster Club, and in living up to this motto, the organization has become one of the best clubs in the school. There are about 150 members in the club, and each one really "boosts" in every way. Some of the accomplishments for 1930 were: 551150 were collected for the Athletic Fund by selling season football ticketsg all games were attended and the club sat in a bodyg new uniforms were boughtg the club marched in three parades through the down- town districtg telegrams were sent to the team when it was playing an out of town game, and many other things. The full account of the "Boosters' boostings" would fill more space than we have. Let ir be enough to say that whenever El Paso High School had need of support on any undertaking, the Booster Club was always on hand to help. Sponsors this year were Miss Martha Neal and Miss Charlee Kelly. , l 4 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q f.: cr 4 Pl CD : Q Q9 'L-S 30 saw :."".2 73:2 ":5-994 mag 5:2111 59-D HTG SHE' 056 :J-ng. 55.3 E51 93 OD 5'2- 255' '-1x'4',:,' Ont: Wnn "'-.D'.l'. 94124: 502.0 Dm Pl.-.5 any 55.5 S3505 Rt-.rg 02.5-32. 4-.vi SPD' 259 C f-vf'0U' FE. rosa' 2-'Bu' ,-D .- QQ? P- D fi 2:57 22.2.1 22: 50-V1 mal CDFQFN fx A WO FQ: fv6' o"'3. "HU S-V1 '02, ge -E. ff, Q... QL... 'DE 53 3.23 79 'Q o WE SEZ NC O2 FN O5 E411 nw EQ. fb Sf: O 0 P3 :s Q. 5. 4 fb ::: 2. o v: F? :r r: V5 3 SD 5 U53 FY :- fb ,IM ix A U.-. '13 Do. lm rua'-I cn 'J' Ona Q-'H 94.-.2 55272 mos. 4 "V-s"'fp SUS U' BFS 5-3- mon' no Ea" ogg- 350 is-4? 302. S5'o3 '4 98244 ww EEC gm pm N fb Qs 3:3 223 m""1 po 217-5 Urn fD"Nug 5-9, s'-HB" 49:1 05,21 E'u:1.-. lf' R' mE. :J 9'n.3 'I "K Furthermore, it is earnestly hoped that in due time the club will be given the recognition it deserves and will become an accredited group in the Tiger institution. Meetings are conducted entirely in Spanish, but meetings conducted in English are also held at regular intervals. GK :A ,A Q Q Q 5 Z I 5 Z Z A A 5 is 6 5 Q Q , 5 i Q 4 Q i 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 4 'XXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXKXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXKXXKXV XXXKKXXXXKXXKXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXXX Y Mathematlcs Club Club Pm Pentagram Club Colorr Crtrnson and Whrte Club Molto Valens et Volens FALL TERM Prerzdenl Betty Ptke Vzce Premlent jenme Lourse Francts Secretary and Treuyurer Herbert Schwartz Reporter Robert Whltlock MEMBERS Efa Lou Bennett Henry Galbratth Edrth Eckhardt Mrltlred Brggerstaff jennte Lourse Francrs Beulah Holperu Brlly Mtller Nancy Orndorff Betty Prke Herbert Schwartz Lours Shelton Ruth Vermlllron Frank O Leary and Robert Whttlock SPRING TERM Prerzdenl Sam Rodehaver Vzce Prexzdent Betsy Means Serrezury and Treasurer Herbert Schwartz Reporter john Croom MEMBERS Donald Archrbald Pedro Avocato Armin Agutlar Antonro Elrzonda Betty Escontrras jacon Goldberg Genevreve Escontrras Dorothy Hamlyn Tony Hernandez Ethan McM1chael Blevtns McKenz1e Belen Medrano Maxtne Molt Gordon Mooney Hollrs Mustatn Marcus Norton Margareta Orttz Edgar Mrller Betsy Means john Croom Thelma Ross Robert Lander Gustavo Rutz Joe Ramsey Leota Roundtree Jesus Rrvas Sam Rodehaver June Saunders Selden Krrby Smnth Herbert Schwartz Arnott Stafford and Charles Waxte EF" Q 6 I Q I Q Q 6 I I 5 fmt 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 01 "1 01 01 '11 'fr Z Z Z Z Z Z Q W Z1 W Z1 W, Z, Q Q Q Z 44 Q Z, Z, 01, 'f,, 'f,, Q9 0,1 '10 '19 Q NS xt Qt 1 S , 1 9 -X Q Q ' I il Q , l 9 , L at to ' , N SX 3 cc 11 N so Q Nt to . . 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Firfz Liezzt. --,,, ,,,,,,, - ,,,.,,,.,,, L eonard Chant Second Lieur. .....-.-...,,.....,... ---john Lorentzen O O -1 'F7 O 53 1 C3 O O C- 551 '-32. 5: gall: rt? .15 '-4 O 5' D D 'NC 5 2. C O 'U 2. G. KKK XXX R O O "1 'sv U1 N 3 PU O C- FDCA F2 is Qs. 'il VJ is 5-rx 9. n-Y D 5' C5 1 fb 'I C O P1 '37 '11 E fb NC ,Tiki HT E3- ,Bm V: is vixvl 1-as E? FD. 0 O FD FV fb CII Iicmrth Shift Corp. Byron Merkin, Asst. Leonard Chant Fifth Shifz Corp. jim Mitchell, Asst. Harwood Boyd Sixlh Shift Corp. jack Ferguson, Asst. William Abbott YQ A St f 9 . 9 9 9 9 S S . 9 S s. 5 F 5 S ...F 3 3 5 5 . 3 Qc ,S Q 5 ,. 5 S 9 fi, . .,y . S. e + Seventh Shift Corp. james Kennedy, Ist Asst. Isadore Kahn, 2nd Asst. Gordon Dunn YR KXXKXKXKKXKXXX XKRKXXXKKKXXXX Vx I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 5 I , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, er,ftan4,nzwnnnnznnnnnnnnnnnnznzuhnnktv , X , n R The Olympian Council 5 OFFICERS-FALL TERM Iuno, Prerident .......... ..................-.... ....... B e tty Sheehan S jupiter, Vife Prefident ....-.,. .....,...,., J oe Lynch sr Minerva, Secretary ,,,-.,-,,,,.,- ,,,.., D orothy Clement Neptune, Trearurer ..,..........,. ....... F rank Feuille 1 VMI , 5 ..... ...- E uzabefh Clifton f Apollo Program Commune 1 ...,. ....... B ob Miller Merfury, Reporter .......,,.--.- ,,,., J erome Ravel OFFICERS-SPRING TERM funn, Prefident ,,..,,,,.. ....,. B etty Sheehan ss jupiter, Vice Prefident ..,. -- ........... Bob Miller Minerva, Secretary ..,........... ...... L a Vonne Rathbun Cerer, Treururer --,--------.A,,... ...-. M arjorie Rutherford I Venuf P C . S ,.... ......... I ohnelle Crimen Apollo mgmm ommwee 1 ..e-. ............ J ohn Robinson 3 Mercury, Reporter ,,-,,,..-....... ..,.,...-,-..- B ill Hardie ' Club Sponrar ....... ...,., M iss Harper , f 0 , 1 4 , WX WX f I f P Q t X is' 0 P fs' .y Al fs nw 'sn sn sn S is' X X. The Semor Band Bottom row left to right-Harold Crowson Robert Bolton Douglas Rice Tom Perkins Mack Crawford W. T. Evans Frank Payne George Marshall. Second row-Russell Ball George Murray Robert Lander ohn Donahue Robert Edwards james Sansburn Henry Galbraith. Third row-Wade Hamilton Hart Steele Edward Hodge William S Ramsey, joe Ortiz. Top row-Robert Nystrom, Mayo Hart, Roy Shilling, Sam Kirk- 'U 93 .-. 2 . fl 3:- 4 W r: oo :- :1 cn H 0 2 W F' , , , , The Band appeared in their new uniforms last fall at all the football games and has helped out with a great number of programs, both at school and down town. Those snappy orange and black uniforms along with that snappy music the band puts out, D fb 4 fb "1 'N E. F1 O C. "1 W E P9 YT F1 O 2 D- "Fx O "1 O C "1 'U 79 "1 F-3 Q.- FD V7 5. , U' fb D- O 2 D P'Y O 2 D V3 FD 9. 5. F3 I 3 5 I 0 Y Q ' Q Q .L - I ' 5 3 ee . 7 Q Y 1' 1 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 4 be ,S ,S - s ' v s ' 6 ST XA YK Tumbllng Club OFFICERS Preridenl ,,,,,,..,,,,,,..,,,....., Dorothy des Landes Vice Prefident ,,,... .,.-,... A lice Bissell S ecretrzry ,---.-, -----,--- .,,,,-- Z o e Rutherford The Tumbling Club is composed of fifty girls who have uncontrollable desires to become proficient in the art of making pyramids and other similar acrobatic achieve- ments. They are divided into four squads according to their ability and each squad takes turn in entertaining the others with tumbling programs. The squad leaders are: Mary Scott Alice Bissell Carmen Pinon and Dorothy des Landes. ge Q I S S Q I st Q I St 1 XXXXXXXKXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXXX 'KK Glee Club Operetta A scene from "Ichabod Crane," Stanley R. Avery's comic opera, which was the outstanding performance of the El Paso High School Glee Club for the year. Leading parts in the musicale were as follows: Master lchabod Crane, B. A., P. H. D., L. L. D,--FRANK PAYNH Katrina ........................ ...... - ....... F RANCES ALLEN Brom Van Brunt .... Hedrik ........... Wilhelmina ........ --- ----JACK KNIGHT -----JIMMY Girciiiusa' --FIIANKIIQ SMITH Frau Van Tassel ....--. -..-. J ESSIE HOLDRIDGE Mynheer Van Tassel ..... ---- Hilda ..-...---.-.--- ----- Balt Van Tassel .-.-. David .-.---.-----.- Headless Ho seiuui .....---.-.-..---.------- -FREEMAN HARRIS -EIINIE WHITE ----BlLLY HOIINDEN -----------------------------ED. Woons -FRITZ Woonwfum Mary Louise Gates Virginia Dyer Charlotte Soulhas Pernie Phifer Wanda Howard Vera Nell Hartsfield oe Baker Wray Jonz Piul Nicto Carlos Riviera Allan Van Court lstclt Burci tri Accompanist Robert Bolton lrncsto Burtiaga Other members of the club who comprised the chorus: SOPRANOS AND ALTOS Bessie Pearce Mary jo Palm Frankie Smith Emma Lee Smith Essie Hunt Fay Allen Ruth Sew Martha jane Sark Beatrice Simpson Grace Wilson Frances Moore Leslie McKinney Phyllis Hammonds ard TENORS ALTOS AND BASSES Fritz Woodward Ed Woods Billy Porras Billy Hornden Freeman Harris Members Ernesto Castillo Ruth Farris Charles Hyman Rex Huffman Rafael Ibarra jack Ferguson Frank Davey jack Knight of the orchestr I Howard Marshall Florine Pittman Otilio Pussman Lucrecia Carrillo Judith Nations Dorothy Denton Elizabeth Clifton Maxine Bethel Bona Mae Ownby Frank Payne Arthur Knapp Dick OConnor Emmett Dunn Ida Rosenwasser james Sansburn Leon Stebler Boyd Wilson Tht opcri w is organized undtr the capible direction of Miss Marjorie Congdon Miss Lucia P Hutchins ind Mr Robert Cray 'lhey directed the music staging and orchestra 0 'Q ,I 5 9 0 '9 0 9 5 0 'I ' ' ' 'I 0 'I 9 0 if Q I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I 'r '1 9 I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 , 1, 9 1, 9 11, 11, 4, Z 4, 10 16 1, 1 4 , I I 0 Q 0 , I i , 1 I , S S sn st . . .. , s I- fx s ' ' " I .' , . 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The Office Club was organized under Mrs Dora Dupree in 1927 or assistance in clerical work in the Attendance Office but it was not until 1930 that an independent The Club now assistsi the offices of Mr Fred Baker the Assistant Principal and Lawrence McConach1e he Attendance Clerk both of whom are sponsors Members of the Club B e chosen by Mr Fred Baker and Mr Lawrence McConach1e an approved by Mr Ly B Davis Principal The following girls members of this organization Lois Holdridge Ben Hick man Marguerite Penny ncis Levy oey Leavell Ernie White Virginia Campbell Sarah Hill Pauline Kram r Lois Weatherford Dolores Vasquez Ann Tiffany Marion Henry Malvi en Emma Lee Smith eanette Levenson illa ene Betz N A S I I Q Q Q Q Q Q 6 vd XXXXXXXKXXKXXKXKXXXXXXKXKX X , X QQ l QQ A A A -----.------------ . r SX y V . . . , . . . to light credit was given for the work. ix Mr. l , , . 5 D . xx d . n . ' , ' ' . so , . itil . 4 . I . . - - S . , ps s J I Q 1 J 7 1 Q ot . . x l . . X a ' 9 1 s 1 Ss 7 ' 2 1 ll K 1 ' ss CX xxx 5 , j S B - .,.,... mi i C . 1 Q 3 D X 's I I 5 I I I I I I 6 wr! I Z I 1 I 2? l .C1.3aN'f xx A '-3 Q9 SU CD '-s CD TF Q3 v-vs v-is x 0 'I X Q f There are only twelve members of the Tatler class. But these twelve have done the work of 12x12. The members of the class were barely enough to fill the offices f and have enough left for two or three reporters. The 1931 Tatler staff have to their credit the fact that they have almost entirely I wiped out a debt of years' standing. Approximately ten issues were printed during I the spring semester. f D Members of the staff are as follows: N o n d a s Boswell, editor-in-chiefg Paul Bishop, managing editor, Robert McCauley, boys' sport editor, Rose Graham, girls' I sport editorg Georgia Saunders and Mary Dorothy Maxon, rewrite editors. Reporters for the semester were: Buelah Halpern, Alice Denton, Murray Flynn, Marie Orrantia. Irving Ravel and Bennett Dingwall are the members of the business staff. Mar- Xi shall Finley is exchange editor. Faculty advisors are: Mrs. M. Frank and Lynn B. Davis. ,R I A A NS 'A 1 Q I 5 5 5 xx A I , Q I K Senior Dramatic Club Prefident .,,..,... ....... E rnie White Vice Preridenl ,...... .... O rell Gambrell Sefretary and Treafurer ..... Billie Gafford Reporter .,.,,,...., ,..,.. ..-.. S a ndy Griffith Members of the Senior Dramatic Club are: Billy Ruth Carter, Marie Cuen Annette Culbreath, Orell Gambrell, Sandy Griffith, Mary Harris, Annabel Horne, Lee Ivey, Martha johnson, Gladys Kendall, Eleanor Lyles, Mary McCowley, Byron Merkin, Lillian Nalle, Charley Newman, Bob Page, Evelyn Parker, Thelma Ross, Thelma Thomp- son, Bert Van Steenwyk, Charley Waite, Mildred Warden, Ernie White, Ida Lily Wright, and Billie Gafford. 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I I - 1,0 ,Il GM ,Il ,Il .Il ,I 1, ,II ,I fI OFFICERS Fall Prerzdenl Allce Long Secretary Treamrer LOIS TCf1d1Ck Spring Preyzdent MMC!-IS Norton Secretary Treafznef FCl1X ADIOIIC f"'X Membershlp The Sprmg Term brought on precedented mernbersh1p of one hundred and forty one from the e1ght sectxons In e Bl"'Paso Hxgh School Lecturers Mrs R B Alves Mr Rosgofe IH MFXZollers Mr B M Johns Col M L Cr1mm1ns Excursxons Leebury Q65 New n s Pueblos eremonral. Cave Anrhony Pass B1shop s Cap Rock Soledad Canyati XXX XX XI ki: X ' I I X To Uur Advertisers We, the members of the "staff" for the 1951 "Spur," wish to thank our advertisers for their splendid co-operation. We believe your investment will be repaid many times by the students of E. P. H. S. ' The Staff, By ROBERT E. MCKEE, JR. B7l.l'il76'.f.l' Mamzger. COMPLIMENTS O merloan Grocer Co. DISTRIBUTORS OF THE FAMOUS LITTLE DUKE CANNED VEGETABLES joey Leavell: "Believe it or not, but I said "No" to seven different men during the summer." Orell Gambrell: "I don'r doubt it, what were they selling?" "Willie, how's your grandpa standing the heat?" "I dunno, hes only been dead a week." Sophie: Oscar, you ought to buy an en- cyclopedia now that the children are going to school. Oscar: Not on your life! Let 'em walk the same as I did. Have you, by any chance, heard the new sneezing song, "When I'rn looking atchoo ?" f L-z"Qi EL PAso .r 'i'-P 1 PIANO co. ig' I i ' Acme Laundry 81 Cleaners Phone M. 4300 905 E. Missouri St. El Paso, Texas J. B. Williams M ,A, . "' N ll Singing the --A Hotel Paso .7 del Norte A fi J , ' Q- Praise: of .nf Q J' ' COFFEE SHOP FOUNTAIN 1 BARBER SHOP Fred J. Feldman SPORTING GOODS FOUNTAIN PENS johnny Strour: Honey-I'm knee-deep in love with you. Betty B.: Alright, l'll put you on my wading list. F L r m elworrr ook? T 1 gn : gh ' - ndki : flbund r 'pe for home- de and i t . .f "Thanks very much," said the Reverend ro the small boy when the little fellow handed him a dozen apples for missionary day. "l'll call up your mother and thank her for them." Small Boy: "Wi-would you mind th-thank- ing her for dozen and a half?" l yy sly f If W Theff, N lll! f l Wstdfelfy National? lx XV W X 5 X M fellfoelnllfwlllx X X X!! f Xwllllllllllly .ag W Nxilncaiilfliaawfi M l M1 If X f . ' ,f ,. WJ: Ill E M ,fr E V- X W 1 f ll 1 llV1f,'4 in I X it if 4 ' .gli1xffzf2qafm3frx1ff l , -N , I, ',4,,,V",5, N .N Y f,..-Af -taxa, , " f' J! f ,2ff,':1, I w Y 917111 ,fig 153 E -' iv! 155' N: fwnilh '-ll? Q I , f is Q Ares .5-Q. Null '31 lull , f -K f If is 1 , - '. lf 7' .l Y fgfkfl-" Z " x , ill, ive, , W Xen, M5 , ,ZMaX.wyQXxff,4 ,y z f ' 'O' 2' 'Q I l -. 1 ll L ll ll L' ' Q 14 X' in - sf x W, , K' f fl 'UI I 'flirt ' ww: he . ay , !sAQZf?i!Zq,:,g Aix m ,L -Julllrlv nu ,NJ jx . - I "J 3 I - ," w TF!.4?,311A,,,,vfL.gdf,:xfgxwf,--SRS 'IL X2 ll N, A ',' ' ' L w "1 X' f4zwzf 4 A fix? 'ixxxxil' l' F 1 11,4 -f 5 fi-, f ai?if5l -v - f-- '4"'i'A Th i "'-" il 1 t 7 ly Bonnie Sacra: Now johnny, if I cook a dinner like that for you every day, what will I get? Johnny: My life insurance, darling-my life insurance. Say, I have an aunt that can play by ear. That's nothing. My uncle fiddles with his whiskers. OPEN ALL NIGHT TABLES-LUNCH COUNTER-BOOTHS SPLENDID CAFE "All zbat the name implierf' PHONE IW. 1571 206 S. El Paso Sr. El Paso, Texas CORDELL'S DRUG STORE Mills Building Phone Main 3840 COMPLIMENTS SAEEWAY STORES, INC. COMPLIMENTS EMPIRE PRODUCTS CORPORATION BEVERAGES AND cANDrEs I REFRESHMENTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone M-1533 Office and Factory On Mills and Florence It had to be good to get where it is Visit Our Clean Plant MAGNOLIA COCA-COLA BOTTLING GO. M T IIQI wx JI -U ..,, s,ln1s I r ll l l l l l gi WL! BEACH' ART SHOP COMPLIMENTS W-fl'-Flffk' 5 fore 7711-Il Q W' , fam me NN . -mfg I2 Q Orient A N- .' W T or.-inter Co ' ' ' lQ4l.'l'h'l-CTWLAIA-Lx oAs.1. fr:aAS Gifts? try BEACH'S Miss Ponsford: For what was George Washington noted? Harold C.: His memory. Miss P.: Why do you say that? Harold C.: Well, they erected a monument to it, didnlt th ey? NATURAL GAS Is Truly "The Ideal Fuel" In El Paso it has proved its worth. Such Popularity must be deserved. Your home, too, is entitled to its Comfort, Cleanliness and Convenience and also economy. TEXAS CITIES GAS CO. K f I T HDCSON C0 7 Jswsutns Since the '80s 'L""5om"5 El Pasrfs Jewelers Congratulations! to the Southwest's newest graduates-from the Southwest's oldest jewelers. And the most cordial of invitations, to follow in the foot- steps of your fathers and mothers and their fathers and mothers, to Hixson's. Not only the largest and the finest, but the most moderately-priced, stocks of jewelry, Watches and Gift Articles, are found always under the Seal of- HlXSON'S "Did you hear the one about the Scotchman who left the change on the counter ?" u No, I haven't heard it." "Well, you won't either." COMPLIMENTS LANDER Knox Hotel LUMBER CO. BILL TOOLEY Mdfldgff Phone Main 282 1830 Texas sf. T W T 30 New xflijl' :lhshion Sion Smart Young Moderns Say- BE YOUR TYPE They know that it's smart to be "different" now - - - for Fashion was never more adaptable to types - - - they know, too, that the White House is ever ready with a wide and varied collection of what's newest and loveliest - - - and with expert salespeople, who are eager to help each one select that frock which was created just for her TYPE . . . Field-Parker Co. "Bl2T1'12R BUSINESS EQUIPMENT" Bassett Tower URNITUR "The Friendly Slate at F .col E the Sign of the Heart" Come in and let us show you the NEW MAJESTIC REFRIGERATOR. Complete service department, day or night joe Hornbeck: How come you're work- ing nights in a Shirt factory? Wade Hamilton: Making night Shirts. Dimple Wg Am I your father? Pop Arnold: Of course not, why? D. W.: Then quit pawin' me. Daughter fro father of sixj: Pop, what's your birthstone? Father: I'm not sure, daughter, but I think it's the grindstone. ROBERT E. CKEE General Contractor Construction Engineer EL PASO, TEXAS CAlVlPBELL'S NEW BARBER SHOP AND BEAUTY PARLOR Special Machine for Permanent Waving Windblowns FEDER' DIAMONDS - WAT CHES - JEWELRY Corner Pioneer Plaza 3500 Main 2949 I Main 3591 613 Montana Later! Szfyler in Hair Cutting Q THE HOUSE OF GREATER VALUES THE REXALL STORE Two Conveniently Located Stores AMERICAN FURNITURE CO. No. 1 No. 2 Plaza Theatre Bldg. Hotel Hussmann Main 178 Main 161 Corner Stanton and Texas Duke Russel applied for a job in a butcher shop, "How much will you give me P" Boss: Well are you useful-five dollars a week if you can dress a chicken? Duke: Not on five dollars a week, re- turned Duke as he slammed the door. Sect.: There's a sale room with a mustache. Boss: Tell him I'm have a mustache. 3 sman in the waiting sorry, but I already 1 1 I 1 El Paso National Bank Texas and Stanton GRADUA TES! - fljllfa, -1 kqgm N ' J l Um I W i , c 'T tl' x JJ X FWI fd ll YU 1u..I11m.,,,.f1.ma1,y 7' Umm u WISHES YOU HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY, NATIONALLY PRICED AND ADVERTISED-ON CREDIT Betty Bourland: How was the party? Theda Wolfe: Dull as a string of beads. B. B.: How dull is that? T. W.: Oh, just necklace! Baby Stork--Mamma-where did I come from? Wife-Are you sure our theater tickets are OK? Hubby-Of course-the minute you said we'd leave for the theatre I hid 'em in the safe so they would be. How was your father-in-law looking last time you saw him? Straight down the barrel! CHRYSLER and PLYMOUTH A. B. Poe Motor Co. 617 Texas Street Brown Cracker andCandy Company Makers of Brown's Bar Goods and Fancy Box Chocolates NATIONAL PHOTO PRINT CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Aerial Photography in all its Branches The Only Exrlmiwe Commerrial Photo grapberr in the Sontlawert 504 NORTH MESA AVENUE Phone Main 2890 EL PASO, TEXAS You'Ve Attainecll and may everythmg ,you undertake be equally successful 1' mul GEM l lj wish 3x K Q for you I QW QR , ia? Popular Dry Goode Co sw-P 1 ,x '--.N x V lf! 2 K. rf! ff ,. ., x J ,f . ..A W 'ix-. L x VY f 'I ff' X X 7' , XX, xx X , XX if X ,IM Milk is the food of athletes For eighteen years, I El Paso's favorite I fx ti I ,V,v Q h , yyyey ICE CREAM 'Z 1 Velvet Ice Cream Co. Drink more of it! I MAIN I53 I MAIN 2050 Beanie: They say people living together a long time get to looking alike. Libby: Here's your ring. I won't take a chance. Teacher: Wliy does Missouri stand at I the head of the rnule raising industry? Bug House: Cuz the other end is too dangerous. I-Ioldsworth 81 Pearce JEWELERS Giftf of Gfmrmzteed Value and Vogue' 205 MILLS ST. IN HOTEL I-IUSSMANN BLDG. PHONE MAIN 301 I Q Consumers Ice and Fuel Co. TEXAS AND DALLAS STREETS . 66Sa1Je With Ice 'D "KING OF ALL FOODS" Good bread is most essential in the diet of youth-it furnishes needed energy for their growing bodies. Butter-Nut bread is not onlythe very finest obtainable, but is made under ideal sanitary conditions. A visit to our factory would be a revela- tion to you. Many women have told us that they no longer bake cake, as Purity's fine cakes are just as good as they can make, and cost less. Always ask your grocer for- BUTTER-NUT bread and Purity's fine cakes Purit Baking Compan Lee H. Orndotff J. G. Barada F, G. Belk BELK.8 CO. General Insurance 110 N. Stanton Phone M-426 FAYETTE DRUG and Confectionery Try Our Excellent Sandwiches and Fountain Service. Snappy curb service with plenty of parking space. Quick Tire Service, Inc. United States Tires PNEUMATICS AND SOLIDS K. L. ARMSTRONG. Mgr, Main 7007 Mesa and Montana Sts. REYNOLDS ELECTRIC CO. Always Something Better Come in and see the newest Collegiate Styles in Shoes GIVEN BROTHERS THREE EL PASO STORES 954'Tne and.ServRx3I3O. EVERYTHING FOR THE NX AUTOMOBILE Cotton at Montana The Best WARNER BROS., FIRST NATIONAL Sales , Sefvife VITAPHONE TALKING PICTURES A home owned, union, indepefzdefzl home, running no ffreefz Bush M0t0r'CO"' Inc' adrertiyemelzt. 4 -Dgailef .N 2227 Texas Street A R I RQ X 0n fbe Dluia Rh O 1 D A T. M. BUSH, Prerzdenz Phone Main 2185 W'-'f " "v.v'pWz"v'vw-'wwf' "":Qfu'f'Qff'fzv+'R:':,'X . 1 ,A '- - ., . , f ' A , .W - . r f..-L., - Q . t 1-1- ' -H , -P .,., ,k , T L . . .av 1' ,. -, 'P 5, f 'QA Nz- Jw , s "x, X . . i - xx, + b X 1 . , . - . K kg i " ' X , X X 2 N 3 kg. 3 Lx ,J I W X , . f 4 ,J A . . J V fi I '- ' V, f, X xx . xx ' K in ,s' 1 -f ji Nun.- V A w Q A " ' ' v 1 . . ' 1. " ' A .fi - ""'-.,-uWt1"l- . . , .-,- . 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