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

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Campbe1l's Barber Shop Crane-O'Fallon Co. Don Thompson Inc. Elephant Butte Dairy League E1 Paso Electric Company El Paso Herald Post El Paso Hotel Supply Co. El Paso National Bank El Paso Natural Gas Co. El Paso Times Ellis Bros. Printing Co. Empire Products Corporation Feder's Jewelers Franklin's Given Bros. Shoe Co. Gunning and Casteel Drug Co. Grant, VV. T. Company Hartford Mortuary Hixson's Jewelers Holdsworth 85 Pearce Hotel Paso del Norte International Engraving Co. International Hatchery Kahn's Bakery Kress and Co. Lewis, R. T. Llewellyn Company Lone Star Motor Company McKee, Robert E. Mine and Smelter Supply Co. Missouri State Life Insurance Palm's Shoe Store Peyton Packing Co. Piggly Wiggli' Poe, A. B. Motor Co. Popular Dry Goods Co. Powder Puff Beauty Shop Price's Dairy Purity Baking Company Renfro's Drug Store Safeway Stores Savage Oil Co. Sheldon Jewelry Co. Singleton's Service Station State National Bank Texaco Station No. 3 Tony Lama Tri-State Motor Co. U. S. Trading Co. Velvet Ice Cream Co. Virden's Studio NVarner Drug Co. VVestern Battery Sz Magneto VVhite and Scotten White House Williams and Schuller Williams, R. J. Woolwortli Company Yearwood Grocery Company C Co Q Q , ,ff . x 21: 4 OIIIWQO-?0O0ll W YY Y X pwxxwv -?T-.sgf. -, X ' T 5. .1 . X - N Q. - fl Q . -Lf " , i 5 " T MQW DEGREE IN A ' 1.97 - Sw N K1"Egi3Eg22E:E51g2:Egg-V'11,1Vg1, 1: ' 'V1,.":-:523g51.-1:2 A 1 gg- :gg-g1L:::55,'g: 1-gg'-gl: -,-.- gg A .,,':,1:35:1::,,g111 ,111-.55 5 -3 1213135 "L J. 121234-ff "A" fa2i5fE2EaiVi2i2iii1a.1-. 'ON -W6 af A .11 1 1- .- fg 12:.'3g'1H?5g2g2:a-2111 P i it L 0 SB U R Y 2 A 521 ' 'exf i S?t?if X ,L Q :fd W' I ' 9 I 7 . Two Trousers if SA n-"Sk O 6 Z Fi - F: 4 With High School days in back of you, you'll be smart to think of getting a new degree. Whether it's off to college you go or not, you can be mighty sure of getting a new degree in smartness in our new Lonsbury Jr. Suits for younger men. Lonsbury juniors major in quality with a high rating in value and style. Learn to look for the "extra measure" in everything you do and get a flying start by making an investment in good appearance. POPULAR YOUNG MEN'S SHOP FOURTHFLOOR .... DRY GQODS COMPANY vvoooflvovrlfvv omlocfmmlciaacacacavcovravcaor 4:r:a .0 rcvvr.: :m0:o.9:::::vwv-aoamraoivooa VVvvv0lQ0000ls00sI0lIQOv0llOIl0O0i0l0t0wtIQl Ihr El Haan Elimez The flileivellyn Company Senior while looking at his shoes worn out by the many danves, "Just three more days and I'll be back on my feet again." Teacher: "It's an ill wind that blows no good." Johnnie tSitting on back rowl: "Yeah? And it's a good wind that blows one ill." "My word!" said the senior when his Model 'T' Ford struck into the filling station. "I've struck oil." BUY ONLY B ROYVN ' S CANDY BARS ACME LAUNDRY and CLEANERS Phone Main 4300 Compliments of A FRIEND i l l l l High School Shiek to his Pal: "I want you to meet a friend of mine, Miss Zilch." His Pal: "How do you do. I've heard a lot about you." Miss Z: "Yeah? But you can't prove it." Junior Coed: "Say Betty, what are you doing with a referee's whistle?" Second Coed: "I have a date with a football player." Professor: "Johnnie, what do you think you'll be when you grow up, if you keep stal- ling at everything you try to do?" Johnnie: tnonchalantlyl "A plumber." AETNA LIFE INSURANCE CO. of Hartford, Connecticut A. L. McKnight, General Agent 901-5 Bassett Tower 209 N. MESA, IDRESSES - Cons - SUITS Style cmd Quality .-If I11c.1'fvw1siife Price ,g2f ii S F' N "df ' -N fl, X 'ffl i- , X f ' afy,-'gf flWXf,,A144 4-" Nga, 'Z 5 xv c.-Qsi'w" l 'f , M F ww ff 9 , lj ' z s 4 MvY'!"i"l'4 1 ?f gf fffffl, H 5 Q , XE ,f f . tl . ,, x. 1 4 1 ,Z 5?7,i42,i-,f's 2 5 5 'Wsx gf ? QGQOQQZP NQS ' KA 0 ,4'i2'j, 14 :It 4 2 if QLQQQQQQQOQ Zi? is. , 5 f- f 3,5 11 .5 : ii-. , '24, V "?:f?f:ZfiS7A Yr. E53 4 4 .yijffy H , 4 Q El Paso Texas 0I1?6lf00llOOO0000lO'INl0w'000l'blO0 3 4 ED IWGGLY IGGLY ECONOMY and THRIFT. The of learning ECONOMY and THRIFT by visiting the Piggly Wiggly. Mothers do not hesitate to send children to the PIGGLY WIGGLY to purchase Groceries. They know that the environment is respectable and wholesome, and that the child can shop there as well as the "Grownups" a11d that they are being taught ECONOMY and THRIFT at the same time. If you are not yet a customer, we suggest that you give girls and youths of El Paso have the opportunity us a trial. 511 E. San Antonio-Opposite Court House. 1212 N. Copiaf-Near Pershing Drive 911 N. Picdrus-Five Points 3727 Alameda-Camp Grande. 2111 N. Picdras-Manhattan Heights. 210 Mills St.-Opposite Post Office 423 N. Oregon Street. I FOR THE GRADUATE UOMPLIMENTS OF 1 l R. T. LEYVIS . SOYTHXYESTERN LIFE INSURANCE CO. 1 410 BASSETT TOXYER 3 W l l I w ,An W... nt... . H , ""f'5'-s"'Ti?fgj 1.7 - Tgwwwmgy 9 :AGRUEN if 3114 -'J-1 . , 'xg Qi I 7? jisiss 1 The gift that will bring pleasant memo- 5 5152. , iq- l l ries of graduation for years to come. .gtg izg- ija l N When you give a Gruen+Ladies or 1-5792 5 ,L i Gent's model backed with Hixson's years " l """ "" " "" ' " ' , CAMPBELUS l of service you know that you are giving the best. ' Hixson invites you to make your gift selections for all occasions from their complete stock. HIXSONT3 BARBER SHOP AND BEAUTY PARLOR El Paso Jewelers since the Eighties Main 3591 613 Montana MESA AT MILLS MAIN 311 GRADUATES! ,-ri ,I X i A -- . Q. 'Fil ' swarms-s l.GA1'ruG V WISHES YOL' HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS Diamonds, Walches, and fewelry We will appreciate your charge account M 5 25 lfi ii 2 if Z ti g. 51 5 5 5 S S 9 Z 5 9 S 2 2 5 5 5 S Q 9 5 2 5 S 9 5 5 5 S Q 5 5 5 5 5 lO0000la:l0:rl llltlllllill OOO 0000 Q . I W CoMPL1M13NTs of COAVPLWENT5 F. W. Woolworth Company O F i S. H. KRESS 81 CO. MINE81 SMELTER SUPPLY CO. CKUXIPLIKIEXTXS of C'f1IlIf'11'lllUlIf.x' Western Battery 8: Magneto Co. W. T. Grant COl11lJZllly 618 MONTANA ABDOU PRODUCE XYI ' - .' 'll L' ":l AND COLD STORAGE CO. " 'm' 'U "' Modfwn Q-Um gm,-noi.. Fm.imi,.5 "How nizmy clea1l1s'?" asked the hospital V M F Y pliysic-ian, while going his round. "Niue-." u H0LP1P'ALP1 v "Why, I ordered medicine for ten." "Yes, l'0l'LTRY-EGGS-CHRI-ISI-I and Bl TTER but one wouldu-t take, HA-- Phonv Main 2052 730 l-I. Ovvrlaml St. . ,. . '31-' 26 Years of Falthful DCYVICS V to El Paso at-'51 .YQYXKE ' A K 1 9 1 PRICE S ICE CREAM ---- and MILK - NICKELS C Both are Famous American Prilltinff Co. we print the -'Tarlerr and --Si onee 1-" COMPLIMENTS DON THQMPSQN INQ, - . -s s D ..-ses es s ss. .D BASSETT TOXVER COIVLPLIMENTS OF - "Everything in Sports" C. R. Curtan, Manager orfvoevooorlorovilll00000400000::aooroco0vcooo0000400o0:0wvwv0oo00o00ooa 000 SMALL ACCOUNTS MAKE Bic BANKS We Need' the Sludcnls-And the Studenis Need Us. SMALL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS WELCOMED El Paso National Bank. sTANToN AT TEXAS Poem By Long-Speare: "VVillie hung his little sister, She was dead before we missed her. VVilIie's always up to tricks, Ain't he C'llf6'HE'S only six." Freshie: "Lincoln got his start by cutting wood." Senior: "That's nothing. I got my start by Cutting Classes." Famous words from a famous "Hamm: It's not the things you eat that give you indigestion. lt's the way you eat them. C OMPLIMEN TS OF A FRIEND "A Car For Every Purse And Purpose" CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC LA SALLE Lone Star Motor Company Texas at Cotton Main 6100 Are Freshmen Dumb? Freshie who moved i11to a "ritzy" apart- ment, mixed the plugs in the sockets. The radio froze i11tO a block of ice and the Frigid- aire started singing "There'll be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight." Rookie: "They're going to take the Grey- hounds off the Highway." Captain: "Yeah? What makes you think SO.?.. Rookie: "The-y're going to have puppies." ROBERT E. MCKEE GENERAL CONTRACTOR LL., Lf GW. . El Paso, Texas Los Angeles, California Q Q POWDER PUFF BEAUTY SHOP Experts in Fingerwaving, Marcelling, and all Branches of Beauty Culture PERMANENT XYAVING OUR SPECIALTY Elisa Alderete, Prop. Telephone Main 1982 gxu FLOOR OF BASSETT TOWER EL PASO, TEXAS R. O. T. C. Captain: "Darling, I'll lov e you even if I live to be a hundred years oldf' Sponsor: "Then I suppose you'll start run- ning around with another woman." "The annuals are a great invention, The school gets all the fame, The printers get all the money, The staff gets all the blame." lst Co-ed, watching basketball game: going to be our best man next year." 2nd Co-ed: "Oh, Marjorie, this sudden!" ..He.S is so "Twinkle! Twinkle! Little star Up above the trolley car, If the car should jump the track, Will I get my money back?" Ambitious College student: "Mr. Smith, I have been keeping company with your daugh- ter for some time now, and I thought maybe kthat is, er-ah-oh-I-I- Mr. Smith: "Well, what do you want, a pension?" These girls that keep down weight so they can wear a slim and dainty evening dress are so skinny that if they closed one eye, they would look like a needle. THE WVHITE HOUSE It is our sincere belief that in sup- porting the High School in its many enterprises . . . some of the joy and ellthusiasnl of these ven- tures hecomes ours, and we are amply repaid. KQHXK lvvwtlwsolw Ilwilxlslslvl 10005000 llxlsllvllvvv 'r I0 Ilvvltlvlvll lflvallv-lwlsllvtiii LYNN B. DAVIS, Pr 3 L lwlvalw I-lvitltxtttlwlllllllv 'IIO0 Il? Ovrlllirvvaoav 000 0.7000 4 -lrlv IOmrltlrltllfilltcoolaiittlo 0000080-lx' OIIVNIOO A S 'sv J If I E U -I ,gf When you see meats so branded, .44, -'O-4' get-ig ,-V-. ., they are right ":25Ef5?t:p. : ::5-'.5.- --1, -23: - , xz iifgi' if ff ,". iff' " i it THE MARK OF QUALITY ...A 'A I -- , Vrll ',vv -' ' 1 lst. cadet: 'WVhy the worried look, Butch 'I Did your girl friend turn Von down,-Y l lst grade teacher: 'WVi1lie, if you had two . - X Znd. cadet: "No, I ate dinner at her house Vesterdav ,, , mobile, how many dogs would you have left?" V' ' 1 "S, lst. cadet: "VVhat was the matter? Didn't X 11116 even YOU get 611011811 to Gai?" Teacher: "How do you figure that?" Znd. cadet: "N:-tw, the dB.Il!G'S old man was W cross-eyed and he kept eating out of my plate." Willie: " 'Cause, teacher, our dog has six puppies." Compliments H TE Sl SCUTTE HPIONEERS of EL PASO" IN THE YEARS TO COME we shall 110 doubt find It necessary to consult with those of you who enter the business world. Mean- while discuss with us your catering and entertainment problems. EL PASO NATURAL GAS CO. AND WESTERN GAS CO. i Hotel Paso Del Norte tThe pipe line companies! BASSETT TOXVER Jack Chaney, Manager 'O?ibDlO'OOOIO0IO000IfI'000QOO'O0O0lbO0l'I'lQ9'lN0flI IOIOI DOXOOSIOI big dogs and one got run over by an auto- TM 0 It-to 00- 00010:-00:-000 lv-lstlflft ll tl WS Qi 5 Lus INTING C0 BROS R - FOR SER g ,g,NyN4 a m GOOD BREAD IS REAL FOOD Good bread is not just something you eat along with the rest of your meal . . . it is a real food, nourishing, tasty, and full of the elements that go toward building a strong body and a keen mind. Be sure, however, that you select GOOD bread. BUTTERNUT AND JUMBO BREAD Is GOOD Bread Purity Baking Company El Paso, Texas " E .Y C' E 1. I. li A ,i' T fv1mtog1'ajvlz.v" has always benz ilu' slogan uf nm' xfudio. Tha .wal .found upon vavlz of our f71l0f0gl'Clf71I,V fy,hz'fic.v fllaravfer and qualify. VY BERGNERIS STUDIO Spin' Pll0f0gI'IJf7llt'I'.V for 1932-33 EL PASO TEXAS Xl In '---'-'- '-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-- '-'-'-i-i-i-i- In I I :E W1Sl11l1g You Success Through Llfe E' I I+ from the III Il LI li I I I I Ill ,I EXMAY ORE I A DusTQuBuTl0N vvn-HOUT vvAsTE II I T' IH---H--------h--.- ---. -------H-L Johnny had come home from school to Prisoner: "My name is Sparks, I am an Spend the holidays' His father and he were electrician, and I am charged with battery." having a chat. "How are vou getting along at schoo1"" I Judge: Uofficer' put mls man m a dry ' ' ' cell." "Fine, I have learned how to say 'thank you' and 'if you please' in French." What's that, Mike, that you have in that glass case?" "Oh, that's the brick I got agin my head -i' at the last election." "Good," said the father. "That's more than you ever learned to say in English." "Oh, and what is that little flower on the top of it for?" "Thats the flower from the grave of the man that threw it." A chap was arrested for assault and bat- tery and brought before the judge. I I Judge: "What is your name, your occupa- tion and what are you charged with?" X I 7 . C600 N ww X M615 ox 0 Vox POINTS Phone Main 4608 807 N. Piedras M 5 s as YEARWOOD GROCERY COMPANY 100 Cz, EL PASO OWNED Our Good Merchandise, Low Prices, Courteous Service Will Please You WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS Seven Convenient Stores A definition by Governor Pollard, of Vir- ginia: Depression - A period of time in which we have to do without the things our parents never had. Editor: "I'm sorry to hear, parson, that you are displeased with the Church announce- ment in our last issue." Parson: "Displeased! Read this, sir: Next Sunday the Rev. Mr. Parson will speak upon the evils of drink. The address should be well worth hearing as Mr. Parsons is al- ways full of his subject. "My plate is damp" complained a traveler who was dining in a London hotel. "Hush!" whispered his wife. "That's your soup. They serve small portions in war time." An Irishman had been having a long strug- gle with a balky horse on a steep hill, and he had said some language quite unfit for publication. On reaching the top he said: "Shure, tis the likes of ye that keeps me out of the Howly Name Society." THE TEACHER - PARENT ASSOCIATION OF THE AUSTIN HIGH SCHOOL wishes to express its desire to back the students in all their constructive endeavors. The associativn is always ready to assist the students in their struggles for advancement and tu rejoice with them in their successes. P1'esi1If'1zI ............................. ..........,...... - ............ N las, V. L, Izmfzlw First IYILT'-Pl'L'.YItIC'I1I ...,............,, MRs, :XRTHUR L. 3lCliNIGl'I'l' Second I'1'w-Prvsiiiczzf ...,..... ...,...,.,....,,.,.,... 1 lies. F, L, IQAFFER Tlzim' I'ic'C-I'rvsz'dmzf .......... .......... R IRS. E. XY. -Ioizimx I6r'c0r'a'1'11g 56Cl'CIllI'l '....... ....... N lus. C. D. -IoHNsoN C'0l'I't'Sf7Ol1dIIlg Sl.'C'l'FIlI1'j '....... .,...,... K lRs. E. A. .lENN1NGs Tl'l'0SIlI't'l' ............. ....... R has, H. T. Mom: 06000000 SQ . . Q SS E y EL PAro 'rExAf 'rmp-es'r TE Moron o. DD ' x D G E 7 X PLYMOUTH Teacher: "Why did Adam and Eve leave the garden after they had dressed themselves in fig leaves?" Senior: "I don't remember but I have a suspicion that Eve wanted to go somewhere to show off her new clothes." YOLHLL NEVER GET A HSCHOGL GIRL COMPLEXIONH OVER A COOK-STOVE But lt is not necessary for you to spend your time over a hot stove if you have an electric range . . . it will cook your meals automatically while you are shopping, visiting friends, or enjoying an afternoon at bridge. Electric cookery is clean, cool, fast and economical . . . and there is no reason why any home should be without this modern method now that prices are so low and terms so convenient . . . EL PASO is Ecrmc COMPANY A traveling salesman was placing his sig- nature on the register of one of the Omaha hotels when a bed bug made its way down the page. Turning to the clerk the man re- marked: "I've been bitten by Kansas City spiders, bled by St. Joe fleas and interviewed by Fort Scott graybacks, but I'l1 be darned if l' was ever in a place before where the bedbugs looked over the register to see where my room was!" THE BEST IN BREADS i u n Always Fresh 1 KAHN'S HAI ERY FRESH BOHEMIAN RYE Y Phone Main 6061 918 N. Oregon St. Phone Main 1632 905 N. Piedras St. Z2 H Hail and Farewell Class of '33 May gona' fortune follow you 7t',lCl'c'7't'l' llze future may lend . . . and success crown your every endeavor in life. El Paso Herald - Post so Coon You CAN ACTUALLY TASTE THE DIFFERENCE BURDEN'S PURE CREAM ICE CREAM Silence is Golden A pert young lawyer once boasted to a member of the bar that he had received two hundred dollars for speaking in a certain lawsuitg the other replied, "I received double that sum for keeping silent in that very case. :I Compliments of American Grocery Co. Distributors of the Famous LITTLE DUKE CANNED VEGETABLES MISSOURI STATE LIFE INSURANCE CO. 814 MILLS BUILDING MILK and BUTTER Restitution A lawyer on his death-bed willed all his property to a lunatic asylum, stating as his reason for so doing that he wished his pro- perty to return to the liberal class of people who had patronized him. Holdsworth Sr Pearce 205 MILLS STREET ln Hussmann Hotel Building CODIPLIBIENTS Given Bros. Shoe Co. RENFRO'S Two Conveniently Located Stores El Paso Hotel Supply Co. Wholesale Dealers in Kitchen and Dining Room Equipment. No. I No. 2 Plaza. Theatre Bldg. Hotel Hussmann MAIN 176 MAIN 161 112 S- 01128011 Street K E GUNNING AND CASTEEL DRUG CO. Four Convenient Locations SAYLOR'S and WI-llTlVIAN'S CHOCOLATES Distinction "Ladies and Gentlemen," said the show' man, "here you have a magnificent painting of Daniel in the lions den. Daniel can be easily distinguished from the lions by the green cotton umbrella under his arm." Spaced Out Too Much A judge. in remanding a criminal railed him a seoundrel. The prisoner replied, "Sir, I am not as big a scoundrel as your honor"- -f here the culprit stopped. but finally added- "takes me to be." "Put your words closer together," said the judge. WARNER DRUG CO. EL I'ASO'S IJEP.-lRTMl+IN'l'lZl'IID CUT- RATE DRUG STORE In Front of the Post Office Williams and Sehuller KYashing and Greasing United States Tires - Storage --- Repairs The Price of Tires is Down 300 Montana St. Phones M-393 8 42 Hartford Mortuary RI.-XIX 197 MAIN 1044 LIMOUSIN15 AMBLLANCP: SERVICE Her Idea of Rhode Island A little girl in the geography class, on being asked to state for what Rhode Island was noted. said it was distinguished as being "the only one ot' the United States that is the smallest." Just as Bad "Jim, does your mother whip you?" "No: but she washes me all over every morning." A inan in a very deep state of intoxication was shouting and kicking most vigorously at a lamp post, when the noise attracted a near-by policeman, "Whats the matter?" he asked the ener- getic one. "Uh, never mind, mishter. Thash all right." was the reply: " ' know she'sh home all right-I shee a light upshtairs." PA LlVI'S SHOE STORE CHOME OF FRIENDLY FIVES5 Opposite the Post Office A. B. Poe Motor Co. CRYSLI-IR and l'LYM0l"I'l-I Distributors 617 TEXAS STREE'I' UUBIPLIMICNTS OF Empire Products Corporation Beverages and Candies Refreshments for all Occasions PHONE MAIN 1533 Office and Factory on Mills and Florence IO g TN E SAVAGE SEIBERLING MOTOR PROTECTED OIL TIRES l SAVAGE OIL COMPANX7 Distributors MAIN 761 EL PASO, TEXAS IF THE ARMY USED IT- WE HAVE IT IF MEN WEAR IT- WE SELL IT U. S. TRADING COMPANY 21 Z-S. EL PASO-Z I 4 EL PASO, TEXAS Compliments of R. J. Williams CREAMY MILK 501-5 Bassett, Tower El Paso, Tex BANKERSIJFE COMPANY Des Moines, Iowa COMPLIMENTS I Y OF Q31 5 6 FEDER7S JEWELERS Singletongs Service Station E E A A EE E E A "Not A One Stop Station-Our Customers BUY YOUR GASOLINE Come Back" TEXACO CERTIFIED LUBRIUATION AT Phone Main 4488 PIEDRAS AT MAGOFFIN HAVE YOUR SHOES REPAIRED NO. 3 AT TONY LAMNS 109 E. Overland - 220 S. El Paso St. MONTANA AND COTTON AVENUE Chappel and Derrick 0ll Yl0OlO0I0000i 3 25 Compliments Nandor Schwartz Newman Agency Galbraith-Foxworth Lumber Ce. D. C. Crowell at Ce. El Paso Optical Ce. J. C. Penney ce. A Friend Eeenefny Dry Goods ce. Amerienn Furniture ce. Emanuel Schwartz Very Tired It would be with you very much as it was with the Scotch congregation, when the minister boasted to his fellow clergyman, "I preached to them two hours and twenty minutes." And the other minister said, "Why, weren't you awfully tired?" "No" he said "but you ought to have seen the congregation." Money Wanted "Brudren," said a darky minister down on a plantation, "Brudreu, I'se got a five-dollar sermon, an' a two-dollar sermon, an' a one- dollar sermon an' I want dis here indelicate audience to take up a collection as to which one ob dem dey can afford to hear." Once W'as Enough "Did you ever," said one preacher to an' other, "stand at the door after your sermon, and listen to what people said about it as they passed out?" Replied he: "I did once ------" a pause and a sigh-----"but I'll never do it again." Science Outdone "Why does lightning never strike twice in the same place?" the professor asked the new boj' in the class. "Huh", said the new hay, "it never needs to." Inconsiderate Parent A man who was sentenced to be hanged was visited by his wife who said: "My dear, would you like the children to see you executed?" "No," replied he. "'I'hat's just like you," said the wife, "you never wanted the children to have any enjoyment." Forlorn "Did I tell you," said a mother, "what a time I had with my little Joe?" "Nog what was it?" "Why, I was showing him a picture of the martyrs who were thrown to the lions, and was talking very solemnly to him, trying to make him feel what a terrible thing it was." 'Mal' said lie, all at once, 'oh, ma! just look at that poor little lion, way behind there, he won't get any!" Nlflfffl-A00000O0-I0.P-all-rllvalcalfao-00-'rlwrtllxtil Ovvllwtlwtlat 00 000-I :JI D0 tilt-0100000101-.basil f l SBBBBBB I FAl'l'I,'l'Y NRS. Niuiiit l.Yi,iis l7i.oRi2NCii ITYMARK Hits. RVN' 'TKPPER l Librariztn Sul Ross State Teachers XVe1leslt-y tjnllege B. A. Imtiisiami State I'nivt-rsity College B. A. COl'lllllL'l'Cl2ll Ilepartmeiit Commerce Head Putin, Poxsifoizn t'L.x1:ii XYOOLDRIDCIZ MRS. L1iIL.x Ot,n'ER XYelleslf-y Collt-,:'e B. A. Vniversity of Texas Vniversity of Michigan U. of Soutlit-rn Calif. B. A. B. S. ll. A. llistnry Spanish Science I'iiivwrsi.ty of Tux ,V Simmons l'1iiVt-rsityer lxnivviwity ot' Vhicugn B. A. B. A. H. S. Latin S-punish Mzitlit-iiuttics Yiiiaxox 1l1LL C.X'l'll1fRIN1i FLYNN Iixmum W1e1Eix'1'LEx Baylor University Vnivt-rsity nf Texas University of Tex-as Ph. B. .-X. B. B. A. Dean of Girls l,zitin lfepzirtinent Head History NRS. QDOROTIIY XYIRIITIQRLI-fY Rigiziictix Go1.1:s'i'i2iN Wixiifitiin Witsnx Simmons University I'niversity of Texas Sain Marcos State B. A. A. B. Teachers College Science Mathematics Head Commercial B. XV. TAPPER The Stout Institute Industrial Arts T. PETTIE North Texas State Teachers College B. S. Industrial Arts LILLIAN HUGGETT Northwestern University M. A. History 'NlXwblW0lOwl'I9bblNhll0lOwlflSOQ'00lQJlfl'0l IVV All Ready A speaker addressing a large assembly of Sunday-school children said, "Now, my little boys and girls, I want you to be very still-so still that you can hear a pin drop." They were all silent for a moment, when one cried out at the top of her little voice, "Let her drop!" Not Irish A school-teacher asked a little girl who the first man was. She answered that she did not know. The question was put to the next, an Irish child, who answered loudly, "Adam, sir," with apparent satisfaction. "Law," said the first scholar, "you needn't feel so grand about it: he wasn't an Irish- man." Football His Sister4"His nose seems broken." His Fiancee-"And he's lost his front teeth." His Mother-"But he didn't drop the ball." "I would die for you," said the rich suitor. "How soon?" asked the practical girl. Free Thought, Tommy: 'tPop, what is a freethinker?" Pop: " A freethinker, my son, is any man who isn't married." "I am going to start a garden," announced Mr. Subbubs. "A few months from now l won't be kicking about your prices." "'No," said the grocer: "you'l1 be wonder- ing how I can afford to sell vegetables so cheap." Tim: "Sarer Smith tyou know 'er-Bill's missusl, she throwed herself horf the end uv larst night." "Poor Sarer!" "An' a cop fished 'er out again." "Poor Bill!" the wharf Tom: Tim: Tom: We clip the following for the benefit of those who doubt the power of the press: "Owing to the over-crowded condition of our columns, a number of births and deaths are unavoidably postponed this week." Too Bad A good story is told of a Quaker volunteer in the Union army who was in a Virginia skirmish. Coming into pretty close quarters with a Confederate, he remarked: "Friend, l l 'tis very unfortunate, but thee stand just where I am going to shoot," and blazing away, down came his man. Small Fruits He walked up to a market-woman's stand and, pointing to some large watermelons, said: "What, don't you raise any bigger apples than these in America?" "App1es!" said the woman, disdalnfullyp "anybody might know you was an Englishman. Them's huckleberriesf' An Accident "Why, Johnny, you've got a. lump on your head. Have you been fighting again?" "Fightin'? Not me!" But somebody struck you?" "Nobody struck me. I wuzn't fightin' at It was an accident." 1. all. "Accident ? " is Yes, I was sitting on Tommy, and I forgot to hold his feet." The Great Difference A boy at school was asked this question in physics: "What is the difference between lightning and electricity." And he answered: "Well, you don't have to pay for lightning." Oh, Yeah! "Jack and I have parted forever." "Good gracious! What does that mean?" "Means that I'll get a five-pound box of candy in about an hour." A negro came running down the lane ai though the Old Boy were after him. 'tWhat are you running for, Mose?" called the colonel from the barn. "I ain't a-runnin' fo'," shouted back Mose. "I'se a-runnin' from!" Discounts A train in Arizona was boarded by robbers, who went through the pockets of the luck- less passengers. One of them happened to be a traveling salesman from New York, who, when his turn came, fished out 8200, but rapidly took S4 from the pile and placed it in his vest pocket. "What do you mean by that?" asked the robber, as he toyed with his revolver. Hur- riedly came the answer: "Mine frent, you surely vould not refuse me two per zent giscount on a strictly cash transaction like is." 3 E Dressmakers Wife: "Wretch! Show me that letter." Husband: "What letter?" Wife: "That one in your hand. It's from a woman, I can see by the writing, and you turned pale when you saw it." Husband: "Yes. Here it is. It's your dressmaker's bill." Fishing A man was telling some friends about a proposed fishing trip to a lake in Colorado which he had in contemplation. "Are there any trout out there?" asked one friend. "Thousands of 'em," replied Mr. Wharry. "Will they bite easily?" asked another friend. "Will they?" said Mr. Wharry. "Why they're absolutely vicious. A man has to hide behind a tree to bait a hook." Fires "Ikey, I hear you had a fire last Thursday." "Shi Next Thursday." Magistrate: "And what was the prisoner doing?" Constable: " 'E were 'avin' a very 'eated argument with a cab driver, yer worship." Magistrate: "But that doesn't prove he was drunk." Constable: "Ah, but there worn't no cab driver there, yer worship." Teacher: "Some one in this class is acting a monkey, and as soon as he stops I will commence." , tDiscussing careersl: "I'm going to be a surgeon." "Not me. Too much inside work." Mother: "Stop reaching across the table. Haven't you a tongue?" Freshie: "Yes, mother, but my arm is longer." "That's my tail," said the cat, "and I'm going to stick to it." Ike: "Can you see any change in me?" Mike: "No, why?" Ike: "Well, I just swallowed a nickel." "Will you give me a dollar to help the Old Ladies Home?" "Gosh, are they out again?" Doctor: "I'm afraid I have bad news for you. You will never be able to work again." High Senior: "Whatta you mean, bad news?" R. O. T. C. Officer tto new students, after giving out rifles to the classl: "Now, I hope I have not missed anyone. All those without arms, hold up your hands." She: "We've been waiting here for a long time for that mother of mine." He: "Hours, I should say." She: "Oh, sweetheart, this is so sudden." Junior: That sophomore must be wrapped in thought. Senior: He must be chilly: so thinly clad. "Here comes the parade, and your Aunt Helen will miss it. XVhere is she?" "She's upstairs waving her hair." "Mercy, t'an't we afford a flag?" Girl friend: "Mm, those peanuts smell good." Boy friend: "Wait, we'11 move up closer so you can smell them better." Mr. Flabberjabber has decided not to put any more alcohol in his Ford. because both his lights went blind the other night. Housewife: "I want a nice chicken. please." Grocer: "Do you want a pullet?" Housewife: "No, thanks, I'll carry it." Elll in the State of flbinb If you think you are beaten, you are If you don't think you dare you don't If you would like to win, but think you can't It's almost a cinch you won't. If you think you'll lose, you've lost For out in the world you'll find Success begins with a fe1low's will It's all in the state of mind. Full many a race is lost Ere ever a step is run And many a coward fails Ere even his work is begun Think big and your deeds will grow Think small, and you'll fall behind Think that you can, and you will It's all in the state of mind. If you think you are out-classed, you are You've got to think high to rise You've got to be sure of yourself before You can ever win a prize. Life's battles don't always go To the stronger or faster man For sooner or later the man who wins Is THE FELL-OW WHO THINKS HE CAN. Q Q Vacalioning QWQ xx ! 1, x Q -fff f' W . J I- I FW H15 U. "yl?'lf we fix' L X W 8 Nl 4 52 4 A '- V' 'nfl in .V ' SJ ff! gr G ii." ' 1 My P' 5 Q-7 Senior Ditch Day 6 150-All seniors up and hunting outing clothes. 8:30-Last senior finally finds room in last car. II :Oo-Arrive picnic grounds. 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'limits 5 University of Texas Pianist Vuiverstiy uf Texas A. B. Girls' Physical Education B, .X. and B. S. Home Economics Department Science llvad I. D. OSBORNIE, DIR. MRS. L. Y. Xlfxulcux R1i1:1acc.x Coififix Baylor University Columbia University New Mexico State A. B. and M. A. M. A. 'Peat-hers l"uIlPu'P Mathematics History Head A. B. Matlivinailivs .E 2 i W9 is 15 i MRS. TXIARY Dliwlix' Fiuin B.x1Q1iR M.x1:'1'11,x NIQAI. Cafeteria Manager North Texas State Teachers Peabody Poll-:ge College B. S, B. S. Cumberland ljolivuc ' Asst. Principal M B. S. Study Hall Sulmervisfli' RusAL11i XX 1LL1.xMs DTEANNE Snow College of Industrial Arts Battle Creek College B. A. Physical Education French FACULTY MEMBERS MR. 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National Honor Society Spanish Club '32, '33 '30, '31, '32 H , ,, Basketball All-Star It PHYS T0 Adveftlse '30, '31, '32 CHARLES XVAITE GILBERT YoUNc. "It Pays To Advertise" HISTORY OF THE JANUARY GRADUATING CLASS By Jean Bowman The ilziiiuziry, 1933, graduating class was increased by only nine members from out uf towng therefore the majority of the class, including the salutato- rizui and the valedictorizin, came from the El Paso school system. The greater part uf the class, twenty-three. came from Morehead. This group included, to the credit of its school, A. M. Badouh, valedictorian. The tornier Austin junior High and the present Austin sent the class El dozen members. OLGJX PATRICIA GANDARA ERNIE XVHITE FRANCES SIMONSON "It Pays To Advertise" Most Popular Girl '3:2 Winnei' City and National Honor Society V- Pv gugggforlgffgg' 32 District Essay Contest Girls' Booster Club Pres. National Honor Kalevala '32, '33 Office Club '32 Society '32 "It Pays To Advertise" ,louN TTILBURN ALLEN ll ILKENFELD -qt pays To Advertise" Football '30, '31 Basketball '31, '32 Nite Shift Coach Mgr. Senior Play '33 V000 IO Ill00'I00l'lI'lO0lIw0s0006'0lNl0wIl00l0vl S ll'-OOIOIOI Q 000500000 JANUARY SENIORS EMMA LEE SMITH JAMES DAx'Is, JR. HAZEI, SMITII Pres. Glee Club Capt, R. O. T. C. - N f f-4 .goi ,inf ,igga Spur Staff Boostti Klub .41 H0351 egfqlgep-'Egg' ,33 National Honor Society "Chonita" FRANK IQIRBY-SMITH 'lAMEs CARTER Football '32 Nat'1 Honor Society '32 Col. R. O. T. C. '32 "It Pays To Advertise" Rifle Tearn '30-'32 The other represented El Paso schools are San Jacinto, Crockett, Lamar, Heall, Saint Marys, and Rusk, the latter sending' a total of fourteen nienibers. The only Saint KIai'y's representative, Margaret Qnate, was tlie salutatorian. The out of town graduates represented nine different places, four of xrliicli were the Texas cities of Pecos, Ysleta, Corsicana, and Courcliesne. Qtlier out nf towners came from Pasadena, Califomia: XYayward, Georgia: Salt Lake, Utah: Maple Park, Illinois: and Douglas, -Xrizona GIQIIIIQE ALLEN MAIQLQARITA .-XRMIDA lJNA'l'If C.xIzI.os Leox . - ,- 1 " 'It Pays To Advertise Scsglsxlsyfgilzgiul, Booster '30, '31 National Honor Society SAMUEL GARDEA TIINY H1f1iN.XNI5lfZ Engineers Club FOOugE:m'?i",,li'U- 131 H. of Representatives C,mfmQf.cinl'JVluh 00000 0000000 E OI Ill' O OI Q .lfgff Y n , r .L '. 1,1-1 T5-.: ,. ' . - WHL, r Q. I1-, " x-Af f .. ,,,,, - .V- Y fs sa , 1 N P L.. .1. ,Ah , .. ,f . .offf w. , , .- 1,, X vw " ,V 1-1 . gn . ..' 5, 4 mf -9.1" 4 . sr -, ww- . X ,Sun z" 1 , ,A-. :xp ' v-., 2 ' ,J - ,,, , q, ' I .i. - , . 'n - 7 .L .' gf-L" ' 1 Th - Nkp' vm n Nw v .-J' -3 -f,-.,-- L, , X 'QM :.. w. ' 5. -Q, ., , ,, 4 . -.- , rs, -. .- . 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If 'T " 4' -?'i,.., f r ' I "T'X,,.37vl' ' , f"rw1 . 4 uw W f . ,N 1. 000000000000IIIIIIOO-'l'lII'Ol' 0 s I I 00 OI ISIQNOIIQIOIIOJOIOJ-9VNINbbIOsI000I00I bI0l?J? Ot00O00' JANUARY SENIORS Boi: Fouc RLl'l'I'I GILLIZTT RAMON RODRIGUEZ S i ne' Club H fi ., - W- , irgliagology .5 dlldj' lE.OhI2g.:gtci?'1CCiLubb ,gg Hi Senior Yell Le-ader Capt. R. O. T. C. S1Ms DAVIS, IR. NEX'LAND INABNIT Pres. Student Body Pres. High Seniors Football '31, 32 Track '32 YE PROPHECY OF "33" When summer came with natures grandeur and her radiance unfurled, l sought the heights of Lhassa, on Pamir, the roof of the world. There I found an aged Lama, begged him to reveal to me .lust how the world would look after a quarter century. "lVho will be the men of wisdom, leaders both on land and sea?" Spake the Lama, "lVhy, the January Class of 'thirty-threef Their high school days are overg one by one they're off to collegeg A few years hence, they'll dominate the world with their vast knowledge. Davis, Carter, Ufaite. and Allen, versed in forceful oratory: As the helmsmen of the states ship they'll make things all hunky dory. CONSUELO Ersms RUTH HORTON Rosfxmo GONZALEZ A vouey Ball An star '29-'32 ll. D. BALDWIN GEORGE COBBE Football '31, '32 Captain '32 55 4000 OOO T 3 Q M I 00000-I 000 5 . NQOOOIWO ORIG Obbblili JANUARY SENIORS EDL'v1c:Es XYILLA .AL1foNSo PEREZ NI.-XRY RIONROE "It Pays to Advertise" BESSIE BROAIBERG RIAE LLOYD "C0bbe, Hernandez, 'Pecos', Kirby, warriors all who made their E's, One day you'll find them coaching teams in some big universities. "Of course we can't forget those famous engineers named Young and Folkg 'Twill not be long before you'll find them building empires. That's no joke. "Smith and Smith and Smith and Sc-hale and Gaudara and Whiteg If men can't handle their affairs, these dames will set them right. "Now watch that class of brilliantsg to them your hat you'll doff VVhen, as I predict, they've made this world much better off." "But wait!" I cried. "I'n1 in that class, YVhat's there in store for me?" The Lama spake, "Why, you'll clean streets in 1953." fA. M. Badouh, Jr. PEARSON XYos11iA -XLLON Cnowlwmz DAVID YTUIQRALUE EL1zA1:1Q'1'II l3u112N'r RIARY SICRRANH Courtesy Club Sponsor R. O. T. C. Glue Club Booster '30 Spanish Club '31 Owwwwwvtvwtwlvfhl 00500 DOJMISIVQOOWQISAIOOOAIOOIOOOIOOOIQOOIOOOOO K+i'C'C'C' 5 IANUAR1 SFNIORS Hu' FRANQES SAIITH XYIRGINIA PIFATIIEIIS .Maxis GRM Glee Club '30 Courts-sv '29 '3 Booster '30 Aesthetic Dancing Club Lhmc-se Upereta. 31 Glrl Booster 31 3 JOHN 'I'IL'FFMAN PAVL BLACKIION A. M. BADOUH4, JR It P'uQ To Advertlse Pays To Advertnse Scholal shxp Club Valedlctorlan Yatxonal Honol SOCIGIY JANUARY SENIORS WHOQPE PICTURFS DO NOT APPEAR J. H. IXLV.-XRADO AIARIE QRRANTIA ELIZA FERNANDEZ CHARLES ROBERTSON G. L. IJULGUIN DOROTHX SCHALE RUTH SABRADO .ADA LFE SHANNON SELMA BIERBETH .AILBERT bTARIi BILL MOORE EDNVAIXD VANDEBIOER 60l0 00 OWIINIOOWWWWIINI W 1 7 A A I f - I 5 . ' . I . I W 1 ' I . I 0 5 '3o. '31 I i N ' Y- A 7 U . I In I H Ig, ' A' "Ir I , ' " Senate V L 1 15 Iv 1 f f I I I -41 5 I i I I I ,S 1 P I I I J E 00000 0 I+lW'll'll'I00'lNlNI'O6INlfl'IO fl MAY SENIORS ,L ,IOHN SCIIUYLER Boi: hllLLliR ROBERT BENSON Vice Pres. Seniors Maior R. O . T. C. Engineers' Club Editor Spur '33 Business Mgr. Spur '33 Boys' Boosters Track '32, '33 Rifle Team '32, '33 House of Rep. Senate '30, '31 XVANDA FORBES IXATHRYN OVCONNOR Sponsor Girls' Booster Tatler Staff House of Rep. Spur Staff Courtesy Club Library Council CLASS PROPHECY By Katheryn Keeler Class: AS we look into the future Of Our lives that rise before us, lVe inquire of thee, O Prophet, Wfhat uncouquered things now face us. Shall we all not be Successful ln the varied ways Of living And act always as true comrades, Lending helping hands in Striving? lYill the world be glad to have us F Bfikffbau '32 llENRY XYINGO CHARLES ROBERTS , RANK f RMSTRONG cam. R. O. T. C. 2d Lt. R. O. T. C. Rifle Team '32, '33 BONNIE READING JANE CRYSLER Tumblers Pres. G. Booster '31 Booster Pres. G. Reserves '31, '32 Courtesy Girls' Athletic Commissioner '32, '33 Pres Tumbleweeds '32, '33 Senate '30 vv Q Q l90lAOfI0lvII'Owll'0OfO0l4OSDIwI BIAY SEXIORS Summer School Graduate CARL E. XYHITNEY liA'1'iiifRx'x XX'Il,l,l.XXlS Ro1:15R'r XX'111'r15 BILL XYARD EMMA ADAIR CHASE National Honor Courtesy '30, '31 lst Lf.. R. O. T C. XYith our new blood, strung and faithful? Will she give us hearty welcomes As we join the many workers In the ranks of lifes great battle? Answer this we pray thee. pmphet. Though we're younff. we crave In know it. 6 . D Proplzel: Young and fair ones, happy faces, Dancing eyes, and shoulders sturdy, RICHARD KXRAIZA ANITA VEGA Rl.-KRCUS TURK za Lt. R. o. T. c. JOHN XY. KIITCIIELMORIC .XRTURU GONZALIQZ Scholarship Club '32 za mm' Q "lflfI+I'0sl-v00ll'0l000llI'l000l0selu'005lwllsrO 00-Ilstftlvltilflflllslflflowlslftv' Hmuiixiix Snrixxiilioo 1-ADNILYD S BxRN1ZTT CARLXN IXRUPP 1-'11iI1m'C,'-' Pres National Honor National Honor - Pres Scholaxshlp Club Llbrarv Council TACKIE Hicnxmix E1LE1:x Cxix ' sen-ate 32 33 Courtesy 32 3 RUTH BLAUGRUND House of Representatives Sec'y. High Juniors Dictrict Play Contest '32 Sponsor R. O. T. C.' 32, '33 NELLIE B "'II Q "' SS OIOOQOOOOIOWQOOOO MAY SENIORS X PHILIP RIIIZ X J fl lim: lYICKS'l'1frXD -Imax fX1:x11iN1:,x1: L X lmzlxlrx l,1'u141-1'1"1' Ll ' 'llth Wi "' ' Sponsor Ii. U, T. C. House of Rep. N Jr. I'7I'ZiITIEl.tiC Art Dramatic Art lf I spoke yuur cr.+1ui11g' futures. You might rush lleadlwng tw meet them Ur turn from them, disillusiuuecl. Gene would he the great mcelltive That will meet yuu every morning' That awaits yuu every dawning. O11 the leash it ulm' is straini11g', Saying, "Fill each dz1y's short hwurs lYith achievements xx'01'tl1 your metal, BESSIE JARVIS Louis H.ux'LEx' rXLICE DENTQN Girls' Band '30-'32 Sd Lt. R. O. T. C. Kaleva1a'32, '33 Orchestra '31 Courtesy Tatler Managing Ed. '31 j l Tatler Co-editor '32 I- j ' Editor-in-chief '33 I EDc1.xR BROWN PETE Klixxlim' -- . " N ' Ca t. R. O. T. C. Egg-V l lxRifl,Z- Team '32, '33 . It Spur Staff '33 J . ' xg el Q Q 06 OININIIOIXOISIOISIQWNISI 3 ' 2 'W E MAY SE NIOHS MICKY COLE LORENE HOXX'LIND DEFOIQREST NIETCALF Girls' Booster '30, '31 National Honor '32, '33 Senior Debate '32, '33 House of Rep- '32 Courtesy '31-'33 Courtesy Club '33 MARGRI-:T REBER IRENE ESPINOSA lVith brave deeds, both great and small ones, With true hearts serve out ambition Now in parting do remember, For my words are priceless knowledge. Opportunity will greet you Every morning with the sunrise And will tarry if you grasp it But will leave you if you shun it. For the knowledge of the ages Teaches, "Time will wait for no man." J. D. PALM FANNY WVRIGHT BURDETT MUSGROVE House of Rep. '29 Kalevala Rifle Team '32, '33 Rifle Team 33 Capt. R. O. T. C. lst Lt. . . T. C. F0 '32 Q REMUS THOMAS ROMULUS 'THOMAS 0 Pres. Seniors '33 Senate '30 Football '32 House of Rep. '33 Basketball '32, '33 Track '31-'33 Q S2 BIAY SENIORS l XVEBDELL CRAWFORD DONALD -XRCIIIILXLD GURDON hlOONEY v ,- ,- M u C1b'30 nnfeb I fl"-hu ,xi-Chas-oilogy Slub '29-'32 Boosters '30 lst Lt. R. O. T. C. Track '31, '32 JUANITA XYILLS IRBIA STEIN Class: Sage of Old and prophet learned. lVe shall mark your words as truth. Surely we shall rise to Conquer lVith our faces ever upward, Our new armor shining brightly In the sunshine of Our futures. For our blood it surges upwards, And Our faith is strong within usg So our minds and hearts are centered On the victories of tomorrow. NEVA LOUISE BIUMFORD PHYLLIS liAs'rER ESTRELLA J. FERNANDEZ Orchestra '29-'33 HOWARD AIARSHALL BILL BOHLING J 1 Courtesy Club '30 Boys' Booster Orchestra '30-'33 Courtesy '31 ' Band '29-'33 M 00000000000 0 000 0000000 I avr., I0 0000 l- 0 Q Q55 T 5 i Z s i i Il Ol 00000 i Iwblllillililililiilllilitl OSBIINIQIQOMOJOOIOISOII BL-XY SEXIORS ELENA IQSCLTITCRO CH.XRLU'l"l'lf uiniixsnx jusiiifiiixig Cui-:ix Summer School Grmluate Vice Pres. National Honor SCi10121!'ShiD '33 Scholarship Uihnla '31 Sponsor R. O. T. C. Sec'ty. High Seniors Tatler Staff PAYE ALLEN BOB Bowni Capt. R . O . T. C. '32, '.,.J Asst. Editor Spur '33 Rifle Team '32, '33 Spur Staff '32 ., -1 SENIOR HISTORY By Jane Schumacher K Martha Mueller Let the songsters sing of sages And praise the wise-men three, But we will give a rousing' cheer For the seniors of '35 First in line and first we'll mention Une much favored by the fates. Esrniiu BLEECKER EZVELYN RosiiNBERo KIARY JANE GRAH.xn Summer School Graduate SCh0lZll'Slll1J '33 National Honor '32, Courtesy Club '31, '32 BILL XY1cKs'1'E.exii Fiiriii HILLMAN Boys' Bi-Lister :Zu Capt. lil il. 'l'. U. O0O'lvl NlV'OI'00l0'l'0lOl0-l0O00f0lO'0000l'l I Olflflstlll-I-:NOOO MAY SENIORS 1 . I EL'c:EN1.x G.x'1'1is XTIRCINIA TVJYICR O. J. Dxinaox -- 'f' Olympian Council 'l'1'aCli '32, '33 Tllfly Orchestra '32, '33 Tgitler Vice Pres. Student Body Sponsor R. O. T. C. Spur Staff Asst. Bus. Mgr. Spur '33 Tatler Staff ARIERICLTS POLICHETTI AIARIORII2 HACKNEY Boosters '32 Courtesy Club '32, '33 Shes president of our high school And her name is Tula Gates. Then comes, surely, Remus Thomas An athlete of great renown, Though it may seem strange, hes bashful, Especially when Picks around. Moisizs AIACIAS Rounmo RIQVILLA LLOYD MOCK Courtesy '29, '30 Football '32 Archaeology '30 Basketball '33 G1-ee Club '32 C.-XRMEX ROSEMUND FLORA GRM' IfFl0!,v Girls' Booster '30,-'32 Courtesy '30-'33 ol-aaaocvvo-.ra ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 000000000 Oil I I I-I-Ort:-IQ 00000 00000000 all :lst Q x l?lO006l 00 I0 3 4-00:00 06000090000 MAY SE NIORS .XRT lfNAPP HLINRY 'PIORXVITZ ETHAN 1lACRlICHAEL 'ld Lt. R. O. T. C. Spur Staff '33 Tatler '32, '33 B-and '31 NIARGARITE WEBSTER ARDATII KELTNER Senate '31. '32 Sponsor '32, '33 Now we take Moises Flores The most popular of us all. Though he's not large as might be, He's a champ at basketball. Up steps Mister Schuyler- "-Iohnnief' if you prefer. C. S. HILL, IR. WINNIE KIAE PERRY XVARREN HUNTER Courtesy Club Band '32 M.xR1oN HARLEY HELEN POLLOCK Courtesy '33 Cibola '30 Booster '30 Girls' Rifle Team '29 lftvvwlivwvf-Dsl MAY SENIORS . , x X! N ' , :XLICE R.'x11E1' X voxxli HEss14.1: fb 1 'I,xN1-:T LULE National Honor -A , ,f" Scholarship '31. '32 H1 mel Q Courtesy Club Chairman Art Club '32 NILE BALL BILL CIIAMBERS -'cholman Adjutant R. o. T. C. '32 He's a leader of the Seniors, And editor of the "Spur", Next is Ardath Keltner .Xnd Charlotte JOllllSUIl too. If you seek for pretty girls, NYe'll point them out to you. CATHERINE SIIEEIIAN NED BIYERS le11Q1f1,,x11 l1l.fx1,1'E14N Sponsor R. O. T. C. Football '32 Tzttle-rSt:1ff Booster '29-'31 Archaeology Club '29 RIIKE IQRAUSE ALERE11 RIICRKIN Basketball '31, '32 Business AILIIIZIQQI' Tatler '32 Secy. Club '33 1'-vurtesy Club Pres. Boosters '31, '32 S11ur4'ontest Tutler Staff f' Kult-valzt ,' L , , ,EL L L 1' E5 Q OOOOIIOI' -IO H Q 'E ll00000' It 0100000 I-O 00000000 00 bl 00 000 0000' -li till:-0 00? 000 0000 rilllw 00 0700 "S0S0X000000Nl'00-P0S00J0000'00 000000000 hl000000Xilil00?00000 4 I MAY srzxloks - l I ' 1 l l r r l l l l l 1 l 1 Xl.Xl'liIXl2 Hmxn1iI.L .ll'.XNI'IfX KlcC1,l'RE l-Hl'lSl2 RlHlilill'x'x' l Cnurtesy Club National Honor Sponsor '32, '33 National Honor '32, '33 SDOHSUI' R. U. T. C. Senate '31, 32 Sl'l1fWl1lI'Sl1ll'l '32 CUlll'lE'Sj' Ulub HENRY G.-x1,l:14.x1'rl1 UIUHN liwlx . Courtesy Club R. H. T. C. J National Honor l ' Scholarship l Orche-st1':1 , Q l l Xmx' we have 0011143 to .Xhd0u. , lYlu'nn well lose with twenty-1 rclcl tears. Fm' he's stuck with dear wld high school For nigh :mc third thuse years. l'm Qurc 5'm1'x'e llC2ll'Cl nf the Bull lmys Russell and Gewrge. they are named, ,. 4,. l l l 1 Rlmx' lfluxcx-is Xfxxwi RALIHH Bw5xw21.1, jmr: CLAIR15 BuwM.xx l SQ-igngg Club '39,-'33 Fnulbull '32 Scllolarship '34n.'33 ' Ngxtional Honor '32, l Kale-valn '32, '33 l Cllunlil fll ' li.x'r11rim'N Wlisl' X'lX'I.XX liluclisux l Glw- 1'lulfs-,Xu-1lx111wanisI "L'llunitu" . N0'0wb0v000000'000NJNlSJ'x0'0'00w00b0 0800207000 :IO .ralvvv MAY SENIORS LAVUNNIQ R.XTlIllL'N RFTH STAFFORD XIAITIQLINIC Poxsifoun --H'0VI,X, H'U,,f" Home Economics Club Aizoot' Ciiluzmx R.xL'L I-Iri1zx,txDEz "D11f1pif"' Athletic Commissioner Club Football '3O. '31 Track '31 Though they are both musicians, In tennis especially tliefre fzunecl. Though our poem has seemed long' XYe've only mentioned a few Of :ill the clistinguishetl seniors Xxvilll are probably known to yon. Boys' Booster '30, '31 Basketball '33 Boys' Glee Club '31-'33 ELEANOR QL'1isAn,t FRANK F1iL'1L1,12 Rosiiiuiu' XX'12s'r Commercial Club id Lt. R. U. T. C, 'Fumbleweetls '29- 33 Spanish Club National Honor Hockey '29-'33 Libr-ary Council Kalevala Baseball '29- 33 Tumbling Scholarship Volleyball '29-'33 A b "Chonita' ILIJWINIC B.xLmx'1N lim RosENwixs5ER Knlevala Tatler Staff Spur Staff Q Q E Osh'-000000100-lllllllt-IOIOIIRI I 000 I-0000000000 E lsltvrlstslillviotlllllstlvllrlt I-Dflflslto Obbhhlfttw MAY SENIORS JIQROME RAVEL Ii.X'l'I'lRYN KEISLER SAM IQIRKPATRICK 2nd. Lt. R. O. T. C. Cibola Brand '29.'33 "It Pays to Advertise" Qpchegtl-3 '32 Courtesy 133 HELEN TEN NYSON RUTH STANSBURI' DIAY SENIORS XVHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR RALPH AGAR LUPE IAGUIRRE FRED AYOUB GEORGE BALL RUSSELL BALL MARY BERNAL GEORGE BEYES ROBERT BROWNING IQATHERINE COLDWELL A. N. CUEN DAVID DALY HUBERT DEKKER RAUL DIAZ BRAINARD DOUGLASS JULIUS ESCONTRIAS ENRIQUE ESCLTIBICIQWI VICTOR Escljmil-:O TXILEI-ix FEIJTI' NIKJISFS- FLURICS 'IVSE G,xRC1.x Kl.xNL'1iL G.xRC1Ax Rzmul-3R'1' If1.XI.I. llE'1'T1 E GARRISON QXRTURO ISL.-XS LOUIE IiAHN .XNNE IQIRKLAND GEORGE IQURITA DEW.-IRD LINK GEORGE RJCNEAL ERNEST MCSPADDEN GRETCHEN MACK FRANCISCO MARQUEZ FRED RTARSTON GEORGE MOORE XVILLIAM MUZZY DOLORES NIETO .IOIIN CDRME VIRGIL RAN DEL -I4 IEERIIIN E REIN EM ISR TIIOMIIS SAFFORD IRJY SIIILLING llrgnm' JANE SIIUIIE IIOR.xCE r1x.XYLHR .XMICIJX V.xsQL'Ez HOL: XX.lII'l'I,flL'Ii HELEN XX'ILL1.ms IERVNO XVOJICK H llslvlimll 00 lv-000 0,00 00000 0050 Q is mmm li.. vvonmL NLDQLK JUNIORS -luniin' girls uf the "guy nineties" with their t pzmipzulours zmtl trailing skirts were ll happy qrcvu J. This zuhenturf wus miss is dashinv' . h tlwwwuffh the citv streets un her wav tu high W 5 , . b school fthe present Morehead huildingil. 1 i N 1 i I I bbblil' 000 l QQ r Q 'x VP 'JJ ROBERT CROCKETT EDMUND GIVEN LUCILLE BICCLELLAND ELSIE FORBES CHARLES HYIIAN EDDIE ,TOE MARTIN JERRY 'HAGGARD .IEANETTE WILIISTEIN BLXRY JOE PALM BARBARA TAYLOR GLENES BOULWARE .TACK STEAD JOHNELL CRIMEN DOROTHY DANIELS ARTIIUR SILBERI: DICK GUINN .TUANITA JONES LENORE GREEN BILLY PORRAS CARLOS RIYERA MARIE GARRAND MARY FLORES RICHARD FOSTER 'TIM ROGERS O E E GRADUATES OF '34 N I N ! it LL1iw1iLLx'N XY1LL1.xx1s Scfrm' Y.xxT1s RIARIIC C1lL'RL'lIlfSNE In-:,xx1c'r'r12 Sruxxox Flmxxq IMYIQY XY1L1,1.xxr llxvnx ANc'FINxCIRfx 1' Xl IIN XXILIIXXI I'x111 , .. . , 1 'mf xox' , X ' , , A 1. 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Q 52 O . v 3 X 3? f FJ Q 7 .- GR. ATI-IS UF '34 v z . YNL1 :XRM5'l'iiONl1 XX'11,'rwx FISIIILXCK Wogvxn' .X1u1s'1'1wM3 M,xmw. xL12x.x IJ,xv,x1,ws 'Isc,xx1Q'x"1'12 XYll,l'S'l'liIN BIURIEL DOUGHERTX KIARY LEE l'i1m:ERsTix1fF YIx'1.xx HL.XI.f'JL'K Q ERNEST Cu1.I.lix' JEAN KIOURIQ -000090 00000 J IOII 00-lllttllmllcloit vllatlwlwlflvwit tixtstlsl-Ov-list' IOOIOIO ' K IQ, -Qfjl-QA' X -it 5 f'flkP'fQLp-V4 V,l'ii4u:F1'-. SOPHOMORE-S Sfvimliuiiimcs in IQ16 rwcle pwrmlly acrwss the open spaces to the fine ucw high schfml on thc hill. Mr. llughcy was thu first principal in this hcautiful classic huilnliugx OIVQQOOIIQOQO00II0000lv-Oliltallilalv-0 ml-rbtflwhl Ili I-lv SOPHOMORES Oh, Sophomores, may you realize Your vast importance here. May you see how much we need Your presence year by year. You came to us as Freshmen Diminutive in size, But you have grown in stature, You're older now and wise. Our Seniors soon will leave us. Our juniors follow too, Our Freshmen still are new hereg So we depend on you. Keep rising, mighty Sophomores, Make your goal the skyg Never cease to conquer, Make your motto "Do or die". -Juanita Pickard Q Q NvX0vMNorI0vwv00NlNvwv4IO0NNN O0OOOI tv M' if X Q 137 X-T FRESHM EN Life for t0day's freshmen is full and swift: yet R's we find them Still studying' their three -Rah! Rah! Rah! M E 2 s E s 5 5 0000000 OO 0000000000000 E 9 i FRESHMAN POEM What ho! fur the life of I1 Freshman Trampled beneath the feet Of the high and mighty "Uppers", Scorning their little feats. But. oh, for the wit of a Freshman, XYho takes abuse with Cheer, For he'll he the upper clzissman For the poor little fish next year. 922 -i 5 P IINISI I I 0500 0 ISIOIOI 0000 lv Ol II ll A. 'V .,. -IV ,c 0 --av-. .4 .g' O "' Q- 5 2- 3 ., Sf m fb gl " .-.- "' L.. :: 5 "' 5 4 FD fb pf 2. , Q, M UE. :E f "' 0 -23 0 T' -1 . H' Q Z :a 3 fi -. 11 ... 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Rlixuvs 'I'1 xuM. xs Best Boy Aflzlctc Q WMWMMMMMM ss N900 ll OOO 000 i I , X W 0w0+0+0+000+00'0+0+0'00s0+0-000000000000 0000 0 000 0000000000000 00 00 0000000000-A0000000000000000000000000004 N K if-. iv Q of 251 , fi ATHLETI CS AND ORGANIZATION S If these girls ici!! insist lm the dwuhtful practice fvf hand clapping :md wziving' tif hand- kerchiefs fur the Cl1C1ll1l'1lQ'EIN6lll uf the bwys in their l'lPl1g'il and tumble Ntwwn bali-", Miss Schrmlmistress can at least see that they are pruperly cllzqielwiiecl. W i i i Si I-0s0s0 0s0s0 000 bill!! 000 0000 IIOOOO OOO OO, 0000 0000000 I0 OO 09 l I0ObO9lll0OOOIIOIOOIOOWOOOIOSIOI0O00lI0-0OIOOl'-lQOO'l'O0iIilOwlf00wl0JI3QbI+4 .J N, v U Q LJ LLA, FINO, THOMAS, BRVMBELOW, EV I R 2 m Q ' Q A 5' 1.' . 'ps fo sqft' ssss are s Y lf-r ' ,FM Fins. s if O BTARTIN Tiimus RTARTIN, Assistant Coach I21cL'x11:1iLow', Coach REVILLA Ctllllllf F14 114125 lYith only two lettermen returning, Coaeli Klike llrumbelow and his new assistant, Cthol Martin ,worked into shape a team which fought through a tough schedule. Because of the work uf these coaclies this year, we expect great things of them in the future. The Tigers opened their 1931 grid seasi 111 with a 13-7 win over the Tularosa XYildcats. The Orange and lllaek players, using a shift for the first time, played rather erratic hall and lost many scoring opportunities. In their second game of the season the Tigers played good ball against the strong Albuquerque Indians, hut breaks which seemed always to be against the Tigers enabled the Redskins lu win I5-O. It was a good game, however, and the two teams were c-lniparatively even. Ysleta, witl1 the best team in the history of the school, surprised an over-confident Tiger team and iiutplayed it to the tune of 19-7. The Tigers didn't look so well in this game. The Ysleta game taught the Tiger players a lesson, however, and the following week they outplayed a hard fighting' lltiwie team in an exciting battle. A touchdown and a safety after two blocked punts paved the way for the Tiger 9-0 victory. Las Cruces, boasting one of the greatest teams in the school's history, turnished the opposition for the Tigers in the fifth tilt. The teams were evenly matched, both playing good football, and the game ended in a 6-6 deadlock. O00 K. BRANDENBURG Diaz TNABNIT ATCSPADDEN MYERS CHAGRA, Mgr. KIRBY-SMITH The Tiger second stringers got a chance to show their strength against a fair Fabens Club, and did a mighty good job of it, turning in an impressive 46-o win for old E. P. H. S. Remember "Touchdown Nick" in this one. Rated as the underdog in their game with the Tucson Badgers, the Tigers bewildered their opponents with a smooth working shift and passing attack. lt was an exciting game, with many thrilling runs being made by the Tiger backs. The final score was 39-7 in El Paso Highs favor. On November II, Armistice day, the Tigers played their annual game with the strong Phoenix Coyotes. It was a good, hard-fought game all the way. The Tigers outplayed the heavier Phoenix Club during the first half, but the disadvantage in weight showed on the boys in the latter part of the game, and the Coyotes were able to pound out a 14-0 win. Against the Albuquerque Bulldogs the Tigers did not play consistent football. Leading 6-0 at the half, the Tigers let down on defense, enabling the Bulldogs to score twice. The final score was I2-6. The Tigers closed a hard struggle playing their annual game with the Austin Panthers. The Panthers. boasting the best team in the history of the school, scored thirty-three points in the first half. The Tigers tightened up in the last half of the game, and Austin was unable to score any more points, the final score being 33-o in favor of the Eastsiders. lflwflwlsll srl lvllslillrtlvvwvvvlfl li1l.l.lfN S.xx'1i1,x' lJ,xwsuN lTxiuimis FISH l'lu5u'1ii.1, Sinuuts This autumn tlic Tigx-rx will lmw lizlclc aix lclturiucn. 'lilicy arc: Cortez liillen, qtiartcrlvzickg .lcrry llnxxsiiii :mil Klip-l l':u'cclcs, curls: Quinn i l Sparks and "lien" Finn, tackles: :tml "l llillliu lil'1lI1llClllllIl'g'. tlic sliiftl' gllllfll. i l ,z .Xs is easily seen, wc will have zi gwvml liuc: but tlicrc is unly unc backficlcl xzi man returning. There is. lwwcxcr. Il wcziltli uf gnfml mzttcriztl tlizlt will finish l up the club in fine shape. Tlic lctlcrmcn zum- :ill 411' tliztt type wliicll "never i l Says die". Wie will be assurcil uf clczm, lizuwl figliling, uf Z1 well clvrtcliecl l team that will give everything that if humanly possible, That is all any I l school can ask of any team. l l l l OQOOOOINIIISIIOOQOOOOIQIQWNI' 'Q IO 40000000 O0 OOIOIOOOOOOOOOOOAQ I0 OO O0 00 H 00 0l+l'0'0ll-9000 - oiimlvvwlslcavilrolvotwwtlilvvvwlvvv IIOOIOOOOIOOOOIOIOOI 0000-lOl'Obl-000000000000 ill? I- 9000000 O! 00000000000 0 OL 1933 PASO HIGH SOHO EL or YQIOOOOIOIIIWOOUJPOINOO ,6" ,' lvrtlwllsllllvllrbl-lvvlvviliihtmhlmhrlv L5Qg:Q.f.Ei . 3, 1 45. " W Q 1933 AD Q1-1 EL PASO HIGH BASKETB ,-Y V -4 'I f--, r-4 L5 2 1" x 4 'LQ A 1 . PT! z 3 4 Z LJ 'ls 3 Q .4 fl -. A n-T XL -I 14 12. D Z 4 4 z L' M J, ,J 43 D3 M i 2 M -A.: CD r-4 BROWNINQ R. R12v11.1.A. R. IAS, N O TH -2 ,-4 z 2 'f J y-4 7 ,.. Z LJ 4 ", Z ,- TL f-A r-1 'L 'XA 'T' 1 4. Z , .. 'I r-4 r- v 5' i 6 M 1 C N Q Q Q Q, Ls P f -X .4 n-T E F,- p-4 e 5 LJ Z 1 . v ,- Z -4 -+. 4 E I :sl 00000 Ill! I 0000 Q ,, 0000? l Mimi BRL'M1si2Low Klnlsris FLORIES, Capt. Ornot. M.xR'r1N Coach Guard flxsf, Cnavlz Rtixics THOMAS Cunrifz IQILLEN Luuiic lixnx R,xL'1, l'll2RNANUEZ G 1111 rd CCllfCl' FUl"It'Ul'lf F01'tua1'd .X small hut liard-fighting Tiger team upheld the prestige tif lil Paso High School in hztsketball this season, winning seventeen ganies and losing eight. After losing two games the first week tif the city tournament, the Tigers came hack strong the next week tn outpluy the field and win the tournament which gave them the city high schnul championship and a lmezuitiful trophy dnnztted by the El Paso '1'iz11t's. .X win over McCamey in the finals at the district meet gave the Tigers the right to represent the district at the state meet in Austin, where they lost tw Athens in the first game of the tourna- ment. Q 000001 I 04 IIIJOOOI tli0.rIlll00I cast 04 Ol I-nrt E Q K 'A E IWC l0ll'llV'IlO0lNIIIlOO0OlOO OI I 000 M0050 000000 I 000000000000 010 00 E IQL'S5li1.i. IZAL1, Roxziinio KliX'ILL,x Giiomzi-3 BALL Forzuuru' Cwltcf' For-zuuru' JOHN RIURPHY Blix Flxo Romani' ihzowxlxnz PETE RIARTINEZ Gmzrd Gzzaru' Fof'-ruum' Fortuaru' THE SEASON SCORE Paso High ,vv,.... Las Cruces Paso High Athens ,,7.. Paso High Athens Paso High Anthony ,. Paso High Ysleta Paso High Ysleta .,,,... Paso High ,i,, Lordsburg ,..., Paso High .,i, Douglas .... Paso High .... Bisbee Paso High .,,, Phoenix .,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,o. Paso High ,,,, Phoenix .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Paso High Albuquerque Indians Paso High ,, Bowie High ,..,.,,,,,,., , Paso High ,,,, Cailiedral High Paso High ,,,, Austin High ........ Paso High Cathedral High Paso High Bowie High ..... Paso High ,, Austin High Paso High .,,, Ysleta s......,, Paso High ..,A Ysleta .... Paso High Barstow Paso High Odessa Paso High Ysieta Paso High .,,, McCamey ..., . Paso High .,,. Athens 00000009000 IOINIWIW' l5IvlO'O009l00IQQwlWQ'lOilQO'll0000'lItISlW'0I0 'l'R.u'li Front Row: Left to Right: S.xi,oM1-3, Ciiiiw, l:lfL'lI,l,If. lf.xN'i', H.xRi'iiR. ll.xNm', A. CISNISRUS, B.xRRL'i:T.x, l'llfliX,'.NlDlfZ, hl.Xll'lilNlfZ. CVIQN, Y.x1,1.1-i. Second Row: LYLIQS, ScuUx'Li5R, GILCRILXSIZ, S.xN'roscm', Siiiaiamj, RUNNER, 'I'.xx'LoR, GIVEN, Sxyi-11,Y, 'H.XIiIlIS, IIoieL'Nii.x, Cii.u:ie.x, illgr. Third Row: XICHULSON, M.xi:'1'1N, Coach, SAIQNZ, Klexoz, hlARS'1'UN, HILL. Yoexn, IQILLEN. JIMENEZ, E. C1sN1e1aos, D.w1L,x, 'I'iion.xs, Feoiuis, QL'I-T.-XNKY, EseoNTR1.xs, H.XTCII1'ILL. Coach. Coach Martin! 1933 Track squad, although made up almost entirely of inexperienced men, has shown plenty inf fight. NYith only three lettermen returning, Coaches Martin and Hatchell built up a track squad that was always in the running' in any meet in which they entered. .Xlthough the team lost two meets to .Xustin leli., the experience that the men received will be valuable next year. Next year we will have the follow- ing men returning: Salome, Chew, Fant, Harper, Handy, -X, Cisneros, Hernadez, Valle, Lyles, Santoscoy, Sheedy, Borunda, Nicholson, liillen, Davila, Quijano, and Munoz. Oli' fm Q 000000000000 00000 Q J K E35 .ll .JV ' fiilfi- 'Wfff,-'-::1:1::1:2221-':.:1g:z1f1l:EE3t55:ifllii' "" "P J: ' -Q ' E52 'Jil it A+ 1 Q if 1f22't"iEzf2i?52 'fieiifeiiiiiii-.T?:1A' gil, P ll - ' ,fr -+11 . X ' 51111331:f23::f3211153:M sf4i""fff1ff-'I 53 2' "! it -f D "' Q.. ' ' r,?i7FfiT-51 -J 1ff'.123fQ1X1:1'f - P ,, -lr: 1 - . . Q fm 3 '-JW W I I' s l.oU11': liAIlN ,.HL,e. GEORGE BALL Rossrtu, BALL TENNIS 1 1933 El Paso High School has been represented in tennis this year by George and Russell Rall in the doubles and by Louie Kahn in the singles. Last year the Hall brothers brought back to lil Paso High School the State llouhles Championship for the first time since 1928, when the Cound brothers accomplished the same feat. The team is working hard now in preparation for the district and state tournaments and we are confident that the title will remain with El Paso High School another year. All members of the team will be lost through graduation this May, but there is a wealth of promising material on hand to take their places next year. SQ Q B. E N w Y Miss M.xYn1iL1.Ii Loxtz Girly' ,J flzlcifc I71'l't'L'f0l' GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Despite sprained ankles, skinned knees. cracked bones and black eyes, Girls' Athletics came through the year with flying colors. The year was a success despite the meager amount in the Athletic Fund. Glynn Sparks, Jane Crysler, Peggy Shnpe and Jessie Taylor were awarded sweaters. In basketball the rivalry material. Hockey, the most popular sport, proved an outstanding success. The team chosen consisted of masters of the game, and they sent Austin home at the tail end of a 2-0 score on February 25. The Sophomore team came out on top. The baseball tournament was enjoyed by participants on such teams as Batty Basemen, Tiger- ettes, and Lucky Strikes. The coaches had to ponder quite a while before picking the best nine for the All-Star team. The depression seemed to The volleyball games were extremely interesting. A play day was held at Austin High on October 6 and six teams participated. was exciting, and the team picked had superior JANE CRYSLER strike hard on the demonstra- tion on December 17, but it was a success. with all gym classes taking part. The only costume dance, "The Cream Puff", was exceedingly enjoyable and re- puted to be one of the best ever. "The Tumbleweeds" im- proved their rythme by doing their work to music. They enjoyed two picnics at Teresa Redd's home in the upper val- ley during the term. The Tennis Club which held its meetings at the El Paso Tennis Club, had an ususually large membership. Girls' .4tlz.Ivt1'C Cnnzmissioner Q Y-. ss. - 5 IQOISINIONI- GIRLS' Tl1:NNls c'Ll'1s First Row: Reading frulll left to right: CAIUIIQN POR'I'L't1AL. BERTIIA ORNEL.XS, JANE Cux'si.i-2R, H1211-:N Ci'snNi,xN, Pi-:ony JANE Simms, FRAN- VISCA RINRQVICZ. KIXRJURIIC Kl.'XCCULLU3I, l.lXl'li,X NI.xc1.xs, S12Ls,x G.xx',x1,noN. Second Rowg Miss Loma, Doius Gtfroiiuozz, EI,IZ.fXlll2'PII ClxMr'1x1i1,1,, B12T'rY TnoNiPsoN, S,xi,i,Y Pam-2, Mo1.i.Y ,'XCRIfM.XN, llII.LIl2.l01INSUN, ELAINE LAMBE1c'1', Lois Hricosoif, .XNNIQ l3ic.xL'lv1i'1"1'1i, t'.xuo1,x'N B.Xl'MG.'XR'l'EN, XNNA- DEL Rl.-XGNICSSI, Rlaiax' Zoii Nlcnors, Miss Puneip, THE ANNUAL PLAY DAY "Strike three!" "You're out." "Home it!" etc. were forcefully screamed by the participants in the semi-annual Play Day held in the lil Paso High School stadium .-Xpril 8. This three-year-old custom was established by Mayhelle Long, head of the gym department of E. P. H. S. and has heen continued regularly. Austin and Radford each has heen hostess to a Play Day. Baseball holds the reins of the sport season at this time: and the games played "hunco" style were exciting and aroused school spirit. The Batty Basemen on E. P. H. S. first team remained at the first diamond throughout the length of play: then the .Xustin .Xces heat them I3-IO in a thriller! The girls of Bowie, Radford, Ysleta, Vocational, Austin and the El Paso High School are hopefully looking forward to more friendly competi- tions, such as we have had in the play days. OO E I 00000 0 0000 'OOO 900000 000 E I l l Q W i I 1 5 1 I 1 Oltlslllflfivlwlsl-Iftltfilllxllflwlflsl l l az' 121 i 1 i V i v '- 5. ffl ,- zi ,g ,l , ,Z iz N X 'mn l A l 1 K e - ! l " l ,. 9 X' J. l'. Bllllilili G. XY. Robison 4 Mayor. l'.S.A. l'.3l.S. N 'l'. Sgt. l'.S.A. Instructor w 1 N R. 0. T. V. OFFIUERS AND SPUNSO .' M J 1 W Front Row-Henry Wingo, Keith Te neg Bob Miller lu Gates: Durwood X Link, Jane Schumac-her: Burdett Musgrove- etty B nurlundz ill 'll3lllb6l'S, Edwarda ' l Keltner. I Second Row-Horace Taylor, C he-rin Shee an: Bob lil wie, Uharlotte .lohnsung Pete Kennedy, iq Morrow: F ed Rillma 1. B . V King: J. IJ. Palm, VVil1na Black. Third Rowf rome avel, Virginia Sanmbt 'yg Donald Archibald, Ardath ' Keltnerg John Har , rd Andrews: Billy XVa1'd, .Iavkie Hirkman: George Kurita. W Fourth Row ' aries Roberts, Alive Rooney: Joe Ml-Millan. Harriet Smith: I 3 Louis Hawley, Virginia Luckett: Marcus Turk, Ruth Blaugrund. , , i Fifth Feullle. lulsu I-mime:-, lie-my Robert Crockett t Qu l 3 Not in picl z.heth P11111 , f! M! M l l V , I IO? O0OOIfl'000'hIW'O0I0OO0'OO0OO'lVO0l00OOiI0'IOI0lNO'O+Isl s m THE SPUR 1933 THE ANNUAL OF EL PASO HIGH SCHOOL Q Q ONOISRIOOOOOIIOOJODIIOONOO I f " g:'::' .... 2 5, .,',""'A3 igflfg -13 -- M" lwfl-I I , 1 I 1 ii 1 1 wifi' 'JIi ' f V , Tn' ' 4' 'arfulw . , -- 5 rl , 1 F- 2-'Off 4 . .,V , P-wif A .-, - fn- , 1' f glglrg-15 v V-LJ, gli! 3 I,-.BLQQHLVF I A-Qlllul -ty I , , ' K' . ,' Q V 5, ff: .xg1:'55 I ' '- E 1:2 "wal: ,.,:. : - 1 , ..., 91.51 gs Qzgjuyv Lv,-5 E", 6. ' Av! -Q' 2351, - W ' . 3 341.-w3j --,pg 5, t 'g.,:S:4','g.gf.- u 'V ' O' gin' ' p I A f A A N: f llxilgb-. s, X , ,V ' L- 542135,..f.3:-j1,i3?fj- :pu-f,i,. ' ' ,J w li! I QW, Q-3,1 2 4 1 f 2. 4 g - -1 B- 5 w-, V -'. , 1 ' 'r"z:.:..f.3L3'C.1 P lst. BATT.-KLION R. O. T. C. EL PASO HIGH SCHOOL " r , YP' fyfg. ,Q 1, 1 ARR ' 'F ' """"1"-'V "W 'v 'M Y' 'O ""' "T Q J, f U4 'N A I S-If ,H , 4 P -f .,, f"'.-1' ' x. 'fs ' exit ' 'THE COLORS' ' If OOOOOIIOOOOOINIW 'B ISO E ., , Xl L r, F.. Q' in - a u , P .......T.Ab - , ..1....i mf? 1' gf Y, Y Q' 'f ' L i' ' ' Agp I , U A ' --MI ,r V, , VJ F .h . Q 44' - 7 ii ' xl' l gi f 'J ' ' 'ANA i I in 5-514'-1 ' 5911 A' ' "ffl eefff' ,127 ' -P 'l -,5"i , U f , -11" LE. e ,K jr 4,51 1 F,'jJ fp, ll' ,f I f " -, ' ri' f 'J -' ? 1 V f - ' 4 ' , L i ff-fi A 4 Q , L ' ,z I : ' M? at RIFLE TEA M Front Row--Musgrove, Kennedy, Palm. Link, XVing:u. Miller, Bowie, Mt-Millan. Back Row-XYiug. Sibert, Tliurnton, Neel, Kun-ll, Newton, Johansen. Rifle tezun prilspectf Ihr this year lwuk very gfvml with Xl11sg'1'm'e, lien nelly, Hmric, Link, Xliiigw. :mil Klillt-1' rcturiiing fiwun lust yczir. 'liliurc are severzll gwitl elifits wut Illia your fur the first time. NAMES OF FRICSHMEX JUINEID Aliaga, Fram-isw Avila, Manuel Vronibie. Bill Davis. James Duthie. Larry Freeman, Jerry Gaal. Buster Garvia, Edward Gisli. Fharles Gray, Sam llart, Bert Hooker, Forrest Herrera, Fernand Jordan. Dempsey Juira, Raul i- .,.,, e li. U. 'l'. V. IX JANl'Al Lindluf. Edward Lopez. Jaime Marsh, Richard Murphy, Verne Munoz, Charles Oosterveen. lValter Nit'llOlS, Ellllll Rive. Joe Tomlinson. Altun Tunisie. Frank Welderatli, Ed Williams, Lloyd Xl'utzke. llivk Watzke, Donald Vfrllif-I. Herbert 5 I i -Ilwwrl0rlrl0IOl4ltO00l0lll00lw00Jxll.rlOOl0ltrl- 0000:-1005900-lflflslxlslv 4 gsivwcwoa-0ocr0lf00ro0lo0v4-1 vcrrcrorcwiolvslq IQNINIIIOOSIW' U. XI. . fl OOOOIOOOIWOOIXO It 000000 . yv was-sw as-an-g. in Fir-- Captain C. 0 ..A,. lst Lieutenant , Znd, Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant lst Sergeant .A.,, COMPANY "A" SPONSORS ..,,,,..,.....Bob Bowie Donald Archibald Marcus Turk .,.,,..Frauk Feuille Jerry Hilwortli Charlotte Johnson Ardatli Keltner Ruth Blaugruud Elsie Forbes Edwarda Keltuer lf 3 snnonlaxfrs l l ,134-k Clww Julius Escontrias Charles Richardson Allan Sayles Arguelles, Eduruwlo Austin, George Bziucler, Henry Bt'l'llI'lt'l', Eddie Bonziguitli, Arthur Brooks, XYilliztm Hunts, Junius Vurrztsro, Migftiel Calish, Charles Doutli, Billy Davis, Roy Ferguson, Jimmie llr-utli, Robert Fletcher, llick COLOR SERGEA NT Bill Hardie Freeman, Jerry Goodrich, Gordon Gray, Sam Holland, Furl Johnson, Albert Lunt, Frank Marical, Luis Mntliews, Gordon McComas, L. ll. Mcliittricli, Robe Mitchell, Edgar Moore, Marion Muzzy, John Nance, T. J. rt Rosenberg, Harry Royall. Billy Ryan, Fred Shane, George Stanton, Lawrence Stanton. Leroy Sweeney, James Torres, Alexander Vigil, Victor VVard, Oscar NVl1ite, James VVinner. James VVustenberg', VValter OOOOOJVOIOOOIOO IGI? Captain C. O. , lst Lieutenant A,,, 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant ..,, lst Sergeant Mary King William Coffin Russell Andrews, Charles Armstrong, Woody Austin, Bob Button, James Castorena., Edward Cooley, Ben Cound, Arthur Fernandez, Tomas Gallo, Victor Goodwin. Louis Gore, Herbert Spar ks VOM PAXY "li" SPONSORS Fred Billma George Kurita .....Ioe Nlchlillau , ,, Louis Hawley Herbert Gore Virginia Luc-kett Harriet Smith SERGEAXTS Manning Edmondson Louie Onit-lc Frank Wing FOIA lli SERGI-1AN'l' Bob XVhit1ock Grein. Owen Hardie, Thornton Holman, Elliott Hines, Bill Kyle, Bill Lizarraga, Servandu McNeal, Jim Monroe, Donald Najera. Pat Romero, Robert Eugene Sullivan Rosenberg. Sam Suucedo, Carlos Silberg, Arthur Sweeney, Joe Valencia, Samuel XVarner, Verne Wiggs, Joe VVilke-rson, Paul Yvi1llL11TlS, Llewellyn DOO Q O I 00000 Q g o.-.- .-.- -L .- -------o...-,.., ..-.-,. L,- OINI-65009-OOISINISOINOINAINDO-lwlfl'0 0060000000000 06000000054 4 Z l l U COMPANY "i"' Captain C. O. ,p ,A., ..A.,....,., ...,...,,,,.,,., . ,,.... A .. ,,,, James Kennedy lst Lieutenant ,...,...,,,...,....,,.,.....,.,...,... f .....,,. . ,...... J. D. Palm 2nd Lieutenant ....,,.....,,,..... .,...,.................................... .... R o bert Crockett Znd Lieutenant .......... John Harris lst Sergeant .... George Bernhardt SPONSORS Elizabeth Pickrell Leard Andrews Louise Morrow VViln1a Black SERGI-ZAN'l'S , Billy Beckley Dick Guinn 2 John Robinson Billy Sibert s Blalock, XVilliam Caskey, Richard Chamberlain, Paul Colley, Ernest Coulehan, Lee Dunn, Emet Fernandez, Benito Fessinger, Louis Fugate, Bill Harnden, Billy Harper, James H0r'ulii'l', Earle Hopper, Arthur Hungerford, Merle Irwin, VVQ-sley Jordan. Joe Kane, Gregory King, Jimmie Koch, Robert Neel, Allen Newton, Howard Parh-am, Jeff Redwine, Jimmie Roman, Newman Schneider, Ned Stead, Jack Thornton, Noel NVe-issinger, Allen XVells, Flake XVoodhouse. Evans TVosika, Leon W'ylie, Oscar Zelman, Norman Joseph, Maier Holguin, J. L. 00W'lNh0I0'b0l0'O0OlINl6ObO OO00vIwIfIl?IOIOIOIl-7 05000-I IJNOQIOO-I-0000056505004 A ...s -dt- fsf- at 1 ,itz -. - --.fi----vq FOMPANY "ll" X131-f Captain C. O. ,, llorutfe Taylor lst Lieutenant A,,, 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant Bill XVard Charles Roberts Henry Horwitz lst Sergeant :Hx re ,,,. ,,,,, . Emil Schoemann ' 1 7 o f W Y SPONSORS l i W Lucille Davenport Alive Mooney l Catherine Sheehan Jackie Hit-kmzin SERGI-1AN'l'S Raymond Curtan Javk Duke Martin Johansen John XViggs Agnew, Norman Archibald, Frank Barboglio, Pete Bell, Edward Childress, James Curtan, Eugene Dwyer, Sam Eaves, Donald Farah, Vvilliam Feuille, Rickie Folk, Bob Gillett, Kirk HarneL Terrell COLOR SEHGEANT Albert Herrera Hamlin, l'et-.- Handy, J. Il. Heineman, Kenneth Huguley, Louis Jackson, Tom Jones, Joe Kaufman, Bill Levenson, Sam Lickel, XVilliam Lunmlay, lion Mills, Allan Null, Boll l'nttt-rsun. Keith l'liilli1ns, Jackson l'0l'IeI'. Bill Rosenbaum, Arthur Saekett, James Sanrliilge, Robert Suuifv. Terry Shaw, John Sninks. Bill Sternglanz, lmnnltl '1'21y1i'rl', Lluytl Thomas. Jack XVnldman, 1'1eYVitt Yvillianis, Neil 25 000000000000 OO-IO! 00000 Ol 9 Q2 O ' Q 0900860600000 000 Dl'OlOOf 4 SPFR STA FF V ,lonx SCllL'YLL1u Bon hlILL1iR Edftoz'-ill-Cf1z'cf R11.vi1zvs.v illalzagcr Boi: Boxrrif TULA G,x'1'Es .qlssivmzzf Editor -issllrffilzf B11sz'11e,r,r ilfmzagvr 'When September and a new school year rolled around, the advisability of attempting to publish a 1933 Spur became at once a matter for much thought. In the face of the "depression" such an attempt seemed almost sure of failure. The Seniors were consulted, however, and the advance sale of annuals showed that the student body as a whole and the Seniors in particular, would not be willing to do without an annual. Thus, the 1933 Spur has been published through the untiring efforts of the staff and the generous cooperation of the Students and the business men of the city. Q 'N' Q ggmm... 0000 Z 060070 xl' l ' sri . f ,sr - w - xg, V i I THE 1933 Sl'l'R STAFF Reading frrnu left lu right, trip imma: .luii-is llxvis, ju.. l:tlt'Il1f-X' lfdiforq IDA Ros12Nw,xss12R, Sziiifsg XY.xNiu lfmziniis, C'!ux.vv.vg lxxii CIws1.ii1:, Girlx' :lf1LI6'l'l'CA',' ETUAN RLXCKIICIIAIQI.. Siziifux Second ww: .-XL1fRiiii BIIQRKIN, l911,vinv.v.w .S'fnff,- lxxii SClll'M.XClIliR, Literary Edz'fnrq Pigrli Kiixxrimg 14i1.v1'ii.-.nv Siiifibf. Those whose pictures df, nut appezir are: XYIl.l..XRlJ IJICLACY. lnkw. JXBDOU CIIAGRA, .4t!1Iv11'r.v. The Business Staff eunducted an advertising' e-intesl during the inuntli of February, offering a cash prize uf S2500 fur the team fir individual securing the part and was the greatest amount uf advertising. .Xfter a inwntli of hard mark un of all members uf the staff, ,Xlfred Klerkin was fuund tw lie winner awarded the prize nf 325.00 Q 'W' Q S 255 -000000 00000900 OOOOOOIIIOOOOOOO EDITORIAL STAFF Editor . ,,..,.. Managilzg Editor ALICE DENTON ..,...... IDA ROSENWASSER ..... - ..,., CHARLOTTE JOHNSON ..,... City Editor Girls' Sports B0-yy' Sforts D!'GllILIfZlL' C1'it'iC XVANDA FORBES ..,..A,...... JXBDOU CHAGRA ...,.. JUANITA JONES .....S. T T HENRY HORXX'ITZ ..,.., ,,.v,,O,,, R , O, T, C. 'OS POSS ................. ....... . FX E Xb COZIIIIIIIISILS MIKE IXRAUSE ...................,..O MARIE COURCHESNE ......O . ,........ Society RUTH STANSBURY ........ ....,... E .vclzangv REPORTFIRS FRANIQIE Emxxxuns, PIIYLLIS EASTER, LORENE I'10XYLIND FERNANDO ALVAREZ, HlIfk"l'lJR HILL, RVIIY ELLIOTT, IXLVIQN SHI-XNBERG BUSINESS HTA FF REULAII HIfXLPE1lN ...... .......... ..v... .... ,,v,,,.vwY,....,..,....,w.......ww........,,,L I3 1 1 . Yl'l11'.YS .UcI11agv1' J, L, HOLGUIN .,,,,,, ,,., - 4s51'.vfa1zi B11.vi1zv.v5 .Ualzagvr DORIS SHOVVS ............ ................ I 'llfZ'6'l'fl'Sl.1lg ,Uf111af3f'1' NIARGARET REBL2R .....,.. .,.....,................... C f7'C'llIl'll'i07l GREGORY PERRY ..,.. .,.......,,.,,...II...,.,,.....L ,....,.,,......,..., ..... , -I . vxisffvzzf Cirvzzlmiozz FACULTY ADVISORS .IEANII5 M. FRANK LYNN B. DIXYIS Q S ' 000000 00000 i l l f ' l l l l 1 K l l l l l l l l T -as 1 N XATIONAI. HONOR SOVII-ITY l N ' Edmund Barnett, Pres, Varlyii Krupp llerbert Gore Vharlotte Johnson, Vit-e Pres. lie Forrest Metralli lieulah Halpern 2 Juanita Mt-Clure, Secretary Dolores Nieto lfluirene Sullivan WN George Ball V+-sar Fernandez Frankie Edwards Jean Bowman Alive RHIIIQQ' .lames Carter i Frank I-'euille Roberto Revilla Marshal Finlay 5 Henry Galbraith Bill XVard Mike Ilipp , Mary .lane Graham Marcus Turk Miss Flynn. Sponsor I Maurine Howell Kathleen Erwin I "E" CLUB P The "E" Club. an organization for athletes who have lettered in any sport in El Paso High st-hool, was reorganized through the efforts of Coat-hes Brumbelow and Martin. The "ld" L-lub has not been funn-tioning for over two years, because the boys didu't take the organization seriously enough. but this year beeause Coach Brumbelow makes the meetings interesting hy giving different members a topic to I report on, the eluh is working perfectly and is expel-ted to do a great deal of good in the future for athletif-s. Members from left to right: Front How: Robert Browning, Ralph Boswell, Hector Hill, Russell Ball. Roberto Revilla, Raul Hernandez, George Savely and Moises Flores, President. Second Row: Quinn Sparks, Abdou Vhagra, Vive-President, Mike Krause. Seeretary, Eddie .loe Martin, Louie Kahn, and George Ball. Bark Row: Vout-hes Gthol Martin and Mike Brunibelow, Ben Fino. Raul Diaz. Frank Kirby-Smith, .lerry Dawson, and Remus Thomas. l l I l l 5 S t T i l 1 . I l l l , l Y l i l l t ll'O06flNbllNl'OOl-00000OIl"IIItIIII0ll'll'0OliO000ObI O0QO0IfI+0lll'l'wl0'0l'IOOA T 2 2 l 5 ii li S li li E2 i E l i t 0000 I OOO' O9 0000 Q gmwmwww as l'l9lrIl"I'O'OIO-l0I0l'lNl'l'l'OIO0I DEDICATION To our sponsors, Miss Lola Tigner, Mrs. Eula Harlacker, and Miss Lena Galatzan, the graduating class of May, 1935, dedicates this Spur in appreciation of their efforts in assist- ing in the publication of this book. sewwwmmwmwwmwwmwmwmmmma K ,A E. E Ol' 0000 Ol OO 0000000 OOO IO PVVQIIOVOIIVVWOIJNOIQQMOIQAOOIOWQIOOIIIQQQ bl GIRL B01 DSTERS President, Dorotliy St-hale Vice-President. Agnes Gray Secretary. Frances Skelton Treasurer, Josephine Chew Sponsor, F. Bymark First Row L Left tu Right J-F. llx'M.xR1i, Sfmazsor, cXt:xEs GRAY, Iliff- P1'c.v1'41'v1zf, FRI-illllllf BHIVFII, l,1ll'lSlQ llonsox, lilixix CRUCKlf'l"l', 'lL'LI.'X lliQL'L.xI1 H.x1,P1iRN, UL.-x MAE DlliRB.XCll, lnxiloxlct Swomg, OLGA F.xR1zELL, G.xNmR.x, l':RNIfSTlNIZ F1,oREs. Second RowiFRixNcEs Slil2L'1'UN, ,5'cr1'vfn1'y, llonls SIIOWS, l1OSEMARY lYEST, X.xoM1 NICIIHLS, MlxR4:.xR1i'1' lJl'f.XRSlJN, Klixm' SCll.X.XFSM.X, XYILMA Hyxsox, IJoRo'1'nx' Scn.xLE, l'1'csz'dc1zf, 'IosEPn1NE Cnliw, Trcaszuwi. C.xR1.YN KRUPP. 'lllnrfl ROW-hl.-XCQUICLINX GRIFFIN, t-lLts.x Poxsronn. .Xiu LEE SHANNON,lQATHLliEN ERXYINV, Boxxuc Rmmxmz, CATIIERINIQ NICHOLS. PEGGY PERKINS. ART l'Ll'B Adams, Victor: Agnew, Norman: Andrews, Leard: Anguiana, Margarita: Black VVilma: Bowers, Louise: Campos, Elpidic: Folkers, YV. J. Foote, Janet: Gaffield, Streling: Gallo, Rafael: Goetz, John: Hesser, Yvonne: Lovret, John: Mockert, Dorothy: Schaumloffel, Addie. Simon, Joe: Smith, Virginia: Snymau, Frances: Soto, Victor: Terrazas, Nick: Valle, Javier: NVarc1, Oscar: XVatson, Jack. , Q: Q: Le 000llQl IIA! 050000000 II0fill000055-60IQDIOOIOQIQOIIOIOOOQDOIOOOQOOINOQVINYCOJO QOISINISISIQOIN Il? S E. Zi ll :will 000000 I OO S 01 Ow0lNlOIll0OOl'000IO Q LIBRARY l'0l'Nl'IL Alfredo Abrego Mary Baird XVilliam Blalock Mary Louise Brewen Lenita Brownlee Lorenza Fheak Lee Coulelian Marie Conrchesne Phyllis Easter Olga Gandara Bertha Guevara Carl Holland Albert Johnson Bill Kyle Tom Marcee Louise Mt-Donald Dorothy Means Louise Morrow Judith Nations Lloyd Nelson Mary Zoe Nichols Billy Royall Terry Scaife Gladys Tapper Ted Thomas Elbert XVare Mary Lois XVebb Faye Allen John llauer Orville Brothers Virginia Cross Bill Eddleman Doris Gutierrez Ernie Kaufman Blanche Mcllaniel Jean Moore Effie Nebhan Katherine Ost Aurora Souflee Anita Vega Ramsey NVebli O 000000: Ol'- Virginia Zollars One of the important organizations uf the student body is the Library Council. This club was organized in logo primarily to help the librarian. Mrs. Lyles. .-Xuiong the fluties which the members are supposed to perform, are the distribution of library notices, of fines and overdue books, the inform- ing of various classrooms about the new books and materials recently acquired by the library, and the fostering' of interest in our library. The council nienibers are encouraged to discuss books that they would like to see placed in our library, to present information about their favorite authors, and to search out library books which are useful in the enrichment of backgrounds in various school subjects. OOllQl'O0llQwl0IOtlOO0l'0l06IO IOOOO O' Q llflftwlvlsllfllvlvlflflilvslrllllllliltii.v10:-II000000Ill-OlOirdaatticl-0ctAt0llJfIOlsl+I'OlflM l W 24 91 Il Il 3 0' Fl-IONIT.-X The annual High School operetta was presented this year by the Glee Clubs with usual gusto. "Chonita", a marvelous vehicle for high school production, is rich with lilting tunes and charming harmonies from the Hungarian Rhapsodies of that immortal master. Franz Liszt. Using one hundred fifty voices and an orchestra of twenty instruments, "Chonita", under the direction of VI'illiam Balch. was a success. Miss Karma Deane furnished the ballet. The Cast was as follows: Chonita ..... ..... , . .. ......... ANNE KIRKLANIJ Stefan .......... .... . .. VIRGIL RANDAL Daya .. .......... ....... ...... .......... E A I MA LEE SMITH Konrad .............,.....,.. ..... S EYMOUR NEUFELD Barroness Stauescu .....,.. CHARLOTTE JOHNSON Barron Stauescu ,..,.,...... .....,.........c.,.c.c....i N ILE BALL- Murdo ..............,..... .I ,. . .. .... JOSE GUTIERREZ The Servant ..,. ..,............ D ICK GUINN The Ballet: Dick VVilson Elizabeth Pickrell Elena Escudero Laurita XVestrup Tula Gates Katherine XVilliams IT PAYS T0 ADVERTISE The senior play. "It Pays to Advertise," under the direction of our new drama- tic art teacher, Miss Florence Duncan, was a huge success. It centered about a Mr. Mortin's bet with a Mr. Clark that his son, Rodney, could attain a business success before Mr. Clark's son, Ellery. Rodney goes into the soap business, spends all his money in advertising, and then when he gets an order, has to get Cheap soap from his father. After much disappointment, he comes out "on top," through the efforts of Mary Grayson, his secretary. Members of the cast. reading from left to right, are Jerome Ravel. Mary Monroe, George Allen. Ernie XVhite. Gilbert Young. John Hilburn. Sims Davis. Edmund Barnett. Frankie Edwards. Paul Hlncknxon. tblfa Gandara, and James Cartcr. L -....4.,L 4 ., ,,,,,, ,- , A , L ..,-..,....L,. P0000 Islstlvwtlsavovwllslrllfvrdav00ii-rlwlllaits-lJ00tl004slsl0ol0-flnrtll I I 4 -r .rlv-llsrlvvflwslvltd "Wiz" 'W F Q IOOOQI LIBRA RY CLASS Mrs. M, Lyles. Sponsor Lorenza Cheak Marie Courchesne Letitia Mary Dudrow Margarita Gomez Bobbie Hastings Eileen Hermes Aury Hinds Billie .Johnson Maxine Lunl Phyllis Mauldin Nora Louise McWilliams Gladys Tapper Virginia Zollars Helen Herrera HOME ICUGINUNIIK 'S 1'Ll'B Fadua Hamrah Ross Armstrong Josephine Ayouh Bernice Clark. President Gardenia Church Virginia Cross Pearl Ethriflge Elizabeth Fram-es Edna Fisher. Vice Presiden' V . .1-1 Marva Gonzalez Mary Hamrah, Secretary Betty Joyee Virginia Kennedy Betty Tlmnipson Rose Trac-htenherg Mayvis Fitzpatrick Mrs. R. Perry, Sponsor 4 1 9449.59 ao0f0r00v0:c:cva 00: :40ooc40c.r-rv-rvoomavoow. "ff W "Y '-Y" f' f - -'--'f Q3 O 'Ol OOO Q2 0Owl 0000000 I 0000000000000 Q TI-IE l'I'BLIt' SPEAKING l'l.l'liS The Extemperaneous Speech group was organized at the beginning of the spring semester under the direction of Mrs. Nora VVard. Each student was required lo prepare material for speeches on forty topics. Stella Delgado and Ernest Craige won first places in the interscholastic contest with Austin High School and repre- sented El Paso in the district contest at Alpine, where each placed first also, The Debate Group was put in charge of Mr. Lester Farber early in the spring. They gathered material and organized their speeches. Finally Mary Jane Graham and Kathleen Erwin were chosen as the girls' team, and Russell Ball and Murray Kramer were chosen from the boys, with Marcus Turk as a substitute. In the interscholastic contest to decide the El Paso representatives at Alpine. Mary Jane and Kathleen were awarded first place, and the boys' team lost to the Austin team. The Public Speaking Club met each Monday morning at Home Room period under the direction of Miss Florence Duncan. Billy Millard was elected president: Nile Ball, vice-president: and Virginia Luckett, secretary. Members of the club entered the Citizenship Contest. the Texas Heroes Contest, and Interscholastic Decla- mation, I11 the Senior Division of the Citizenship contest with Austin, Elizabeth Pickrell won first place in the city, Billy Millard placed second, and Nile Ball tied with an Austin boy for third place. In the Texas Heroes Contest with Austin and Bowie, George Ball was awarded first place, and Billy Millard tied with a Bowie contestant for third place. In the Interscholastic Declamation, Anne Kirkland was chosen as the girl representative and Nile Ball was chosen as boy representative to go to the district contest in Alpine. Anne Kirkland took second place in the district contest. Nellie Bess Beal and Elizabeth Pickrell tied for third place in the city declamation contest. The Junior Public Speaking Club met each Friday at Home Room period with Miss Florence Duncan. Norman Zelman acted as president, Bob Folk as vice president, and Alice Hays as secretary. From the Junior group Bob Folk, Eddie Berliner, and Alice Hays were chosen to represent El Paso High School in the Citizenship Contest with Austin High School, and they Won respectively, first second, and third places. Norman Zelman was entered in the Texas Heroes Contest as the representative from the Junior group, and Eddie Berliner was chosen as a member of the Declamation representatives. As a whole, it was a successful season. Much interest was shown by the members whether they won or lost. A great deal of credit is due to Miss Vernon Hill, who helped the members in every possible way. Those in the picture are: , First Row: Extemperaneous Speech Group: Stella Delgado, Ernest Craige. Elizabeth Foster, H. D. Redding, Elizabeth Francis. Second Row: Debate Group: Mr. Lester Farber, tdebate coachl, Murray Kramer, Mary Jane Graham, Marcus Turk, Kathleen Erwin, Ernest Colley, Alice Person, Miss Florence Duncan. Third Row: Senior Public Speaking Club: Maier Joseph, Virginia Luckett, Merle Hungerford, Jerry Haggard, Elizabeth Pickrell, Sally Page, George Ball, Margaret Quaid, Nile Ball, Billy Millard. Fourth Row: Junior Public Speaking Club: Bob Folk, Marion Brothers, Ernestine Kaufman, Eileen Hermes, VViln1a Hynson, Olga Ponsford, Alice Hays, Norman Zelman, William Farah, Eddie Berliner, Ruben Lovret, Alfredo Abrego, Billy Porter, Joe Jones. Fifth Row: Junior Public Speaking: Patsy Rogers, Lona Dale Cox, Bertha McKee, Emma Jane Westmoreland, James Sweeney, Verne Murphy, Bob Kelly, Vern Warner, Sam Levenson, Joe Jordan. S3 O00 INPOOO Q '36 00 00 00 00000000000000 00 0000 2 E S522 0V'000000?000000000000 0000006006h'00000000b1001 ROBERT LOUIS STEYENSON l'HAl'TEli UF THE KALEYALA FRATERNITY In IQ23, Mrs. I. KI. Frank, honorary sponsor. organized an English honor club. l'ntil 1923. it was known as the "F1ng'lish Club," when it was changed to the Robert Louis Stevenson Chapter of the lialeyala liraternity. Under the present ruling, new members are aclmittetl on competitive basis. Membership is limited to :I students. lfcliting' a special eflition uf the Tatler, school weekly publication, antl entering various contests have been the work of the Club fluring' the previous term. Klrs. Nora ll. XY:u'cl is 'active sponsor, ancl the officers for the Spring term are: Presidvfzt ...,,...,...., ...,. E LIZ,Xl1li'l'll PICKRICLL Vice-Prv.t1'dcnf ......, . ,tXI.1cli lJI2N'roN l ,SCL'l'1'flll'Y ,.,, ........,. .... t , lllj Roslixxxuxssiiit The following stuclents are members: l Alven Shanberg, Ernest Craige. ,lean Bowman, Rose Ross, lilurwartl l Link, Mike Krause, Kathleen Erwin, Beulah Halpern, Roberto Revilla, bl. L. Holguin, Mary 'lane Graham, Mary -lo Robinson, Fanny XYrig'ht. Martha beth Foster, XYinifrecl XlcYey, Elizabeth Piekrell, Ida Rosenwasser. 00I0000bI0 00 t t gl 1 l O00-bill 0000 0000000000000 00 0000 2 Mueller, Frank Feuille, .Xlice Denton, Lucia Acosta, Juanita Piekarcl, lfliza- 5' 'fllNlW5l0Il'0U0lN00I0 IOOJOOQOOIWOOOOOOICOOWOO lliPlJOJ0l' 0 l 5 l I 0060000000 0000 'Ol I 0000 tilt! Oil --A 9 SENATE Eugenia Gates. President Jackie Hickman, Vice Pres. .lane Schumacher, Clerk Remus Thomas Elsie Forbes .Iohn Harris Allen Sayles Louis Goodwin Betty Bonrland Edmund Barnett, Pres. Mary Lee Bailey John Bauer Mary Lee Bigegerstaff Lois Bledsoe Je an Bowman, Sec. Neinia Brown Josephine Chew Ernest Craige .Iohnell Crimen Mary Dawson Carol Edwards Bob Austin Keith Teague Ernestina Flores Jimmy Ferguson Evangeline Veliz Roy Salome Dan Jackson John Muzzy Miss Flynn SUHULARSHII' l'lll'li ROLL Spring -- 1933 Henry Geohroth Margarita Gomez Bernie Gordon Mary Jane G'aham Jerry Hilworth Maureen Howell Charlotte Johnson Katherine Keeler Louise McDonald Joe McMillan Enrique Prado Miguel Prado Louise Randall C. M. Ravey Carlos Rivira Albert Schwartz Herbert Schwartz Jane Schumacker Alan Sherman Virginia Stansbury Billy Millard, Reporter J. L. Velasquez Alice Persons Julia Zlabovsky, Vice Pres l0flvslslwxrlsllflwwIfl+00-llfrl+l'tOlfI+tIl't-l-Iflf0d Orllslflsll-lv! 0lflflflsll'0I0l04 5 050000000000 000 OOO 4 4 :mga zmzogzmw ,,,:m:, moto 99-0 A,-f-5-230 E,-O1 Q.-4 :rf-ar Ew::'H a. ' 33:54.52 U2.E."Qf:pCgm: 7I:1,1.c:3-Utlm mm oafw'--fi :U N5 o-,w:U1m,,,,3,,,ZII-.. '1"' "' I3"v,,,fOCL"" is Dfgffieeg 5 5"'fU':."' . :I-4 m 33 'M 'rs 2 20 fum is W az '3 'T' 000000 E, s s n E sr l l Ol HOUSE UF lil'Il'Rl'lSl-IN Bill Johnson Jeanette Shannon Roy Austin Tony Chew Sherman Given Alice Hays Alyene XVi1liamson Ola Mae Dierback Eileen Hermes Elizabeth Campbell Elinor Hirsliberg Lawrence Stanton Adrian King Olga Ponsford Josephine Avon-ato Dick Fletcher Joe Jones A 'l'.-Vl' l Y ES Albert Schwartz Lenamyrl Sparks Kenneth Heineman, Parliamentarian Virginia Lassiter Jimmie Louise Stowe Cecelia O'Connor Reading Black Pete Hamlin Ramsey Webb Noel Alton Howard Hill Helen Kearns Norma Randal fw 00O'OOO'O0Iil0Is Q ,me --.- - Q S 'isllslvvlvsrlalfitilstslblsllvlvvl-0 THE BIIXED GLEE CLUBS Tl1e above group is a combination of all the clubs connected with the music department. They are the Mixed Glee Club, Boys' Glee Club, and the Girls' Glee Club. The students in vestinents are members of the chorus classes and the A Capella choir. The music department, with Mr. XYillian1 Balch as head, took part in numerous programs, some of which were: the niinstrel show, the operetta 'AChonita," Stainer's "Crucifixion" at the Scottish Rite Cathedral and an inter-high school concert with the .-Xustin High School music department. ln nearly all of these events the pianist, Vivian Erickson, played the accoinpaniment. The music department was represented by several voices in the presenta- tion of "The Creation," given in the Carlsbad Caverns. In the Southwestern Music Contest held in Silver City, New Mexico. the El Paso High School was represented by the A Capello choir and the chorus classes. The vocal soloists that were sent are: Virgil Randal. bari- toneg Anne Kirkland and Norina Randal, sopranos. The instrumental soloists, George Ball, frenchhorng Russell Ball, trumpet: Eugene Sullivan, violin: Henry Galbraith, clarinet: and Vivian Erickson and Martha Johnson. Pianists. 000 Q -. -- 5 E W Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept. Cct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. 24 Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. CALENDAR Gust a few of the important events ot' the yearj -Seniors look the pint-size Freshmen over, also start plans to keep exemptions. -Teachers swap new tricks to make our lives harder. --First regimental drill: what an army. -Started weekly Thursday assemblies. -First football game. The Tigers beat Tnlarosa 13-T under the lights. -Heep big Injuns from Albuquerque came down to see us. Result. 15-0. Oom-pah. 12-Columbus Day Program. 14-Trek to Ysleta to see Ysleta-Tiger game. The score ---- forget it. --First day of gloom arrives. Report cards. 22-Tigers take Bowie Bears' honey 9-0. Did they growl? 29-Tigers hold Las Cruces Bulldogs to 6-6 tie. 5-We journey to Tucson. Plenty of E. P. H. S. students there. Tigers beat the Badgers 39-7, and were they surprised? O11 return trip many souvenirs were collected, such as ---- well you should have been along. 10--The "E" on the mountain was lighted up from six to midnight. Plenty of sweat and work. ll-First holiday. R. O. T. C. parade. Phoenix game in the afternoon. Too much "Jap". 18-Tigers play Bulldogs at Albuquerque. A hard luck loss, 6-12. 23--Inter-city football championship decided. Austin just beat us, that's all. 81 25--Thanksgiving holidays. Oh. that 'tummy-ache'. Zw-Operetta-"Chonita". 9-Senior ditch day a flop-rained out. 16--Senior Play-"It Pays to Advertise". Didn't know we had such actors. 171Girls show off. Annual "Jim Show". 23-Christmas holidays begin. 3-Bad news to some students. School opened after holidays. 12-Mid-term exams. Boy! the exemptions help those Seniors. 17-21-Basketball team invades New Mexico and Arizona. Beat Lordsburg, Douglas, Mesa, and Phoenix. Lost one game to Bisbee and one to Phoenix, 19-Commencement--Senior Dance. Were those Seniors happy! M Q ISIOO'lfO!lNlNblNI0wblwl0b0OI0NbIOlS0lNbI "AT ro ,. Q ' A ' e bfi 9 A T' I A E V, fa ' l ll ' Q , X gl i N ,, I - A - rx uk-lm 'f Q H i ADMIBTISTRATION lil Paso school children of tlle early days knew something uf the frown and utlll1IlLlCl'l11g sound" of the old-fashioned school master. Schools at first were makeshift affairs con- ducted in private homes. Probably the first man to assume the duties of superintendent was Colonel Esterly, an officer at Fort Bliss. Q Q Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar Mar Mar. Mar Mar Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May May May 20-Last day of Fall Term. Some of us will serve the same term over again. 23-Spring TermwMore green Freshies and Conceited Seniors. 2-3-4-First half of Round Robin Basketball Tournament. Lost to Austin and Cathedral. Beat Bowie ! 9-10-ll-Last half-lVon all three games and "City Title". 18-Magician show for Latin Department. 0 -7 ----Holiday due to our patriotism. 24-2 'T 5-Basketball team goes to Alpine and wins district meet. +Holiday for celebrating our State's Declaration of Independence. 4fR. O. T. C. Officers DancefGood time had by all. 9-R. O. T. C. inspection by Col. Castle. 10-1 l--Tigers go to State meet where they were eliminated by Athens who became State Champions. 16-One act play presented. fl 2 3 -3-Study hall crowded by writers in the City Essay Contest. -Dr. Suhrie spoke to special assembly. 24-Terry Dantzler's Orchestra played in assembly-lvlusic wasted. 24+Track team beats Las CrucesA94 to 33 31-City Track meet-Nosed out by Austin. 1-April 1 -lflvlore 1 6fGirls 20-R. O. Fool and so are you. report cards-worryfetc. hit papa and show off new Easter dresses. T. C. Competitive. 21-San Jacinto DayeSkule Holiday. 2 TSNational Oratorical Contest. 28-Grade Skule Track Meet-Senior Ditch Dayfwonderful time had by those conceited "hombres". 1-Iowa State Contest-Exams given to High Seniors. 11-"Spur" comes off press. Ready for conceited Seniors who want to see their pictures. 25-Graduation NightiSenior Dance-150 High Seniors go out to fight the 21 cold, cruel world. --Baccalaureate Service. 26--Last day at Skule-Don't get tanned on your "vacation", 52 Q 504 One Act. Play Contest "THE VALIANT" By Holworthy Hall and Robert Middlemas Presented by Students of EL PASO HIGH SCHOOL Directed by Miss Florence Duncan Characters James Dyke ..... ........,....,,...,.. .....,,, H A RWOOD BOYD Warden Holt ....,., .,..,, E DMUND BARNETT Josephine Paris ..... Y,,, N IARIE COURCHESNE Father Daly ,..........,,. ,,,.,...,,. J OHN HARRIS VVilson, an attendant ,,,.. ,,.,,, G ORDON MOONEY O. J. BARRON Don, an attendant ,,,, To represent El Paso at the district One-Act Play Contest held at Alpine, a very strong and beautiful play, "The Valiant" was chosen. Although the play did not place in the meet, one of the players, Edmund Barnett, won recognition as the best actor in the district. Miss Duncan and cast are to be congratulated upon their splendid work. THE P. T. A. BANQFET In order to increase the friendly feeling between our parents, teachers, and students, the El Paso High School entertained with a banquet on the night of Wednesday, March the first. From the point of view of numbers in attendance and of enthusiasm and good fellowship exhibited. this was the most outstanding affair of its kind ever held in El Paso High School. The following program was presented: .....,,Miss Myra Winkler Greeting .... ...,..,. ..... s Violin Solo ..................... ........ ...... M r s. William Balch Toast--"To Our Mothers" .,..,. ...... C 'harlotte Johnson Reply-"To Our Daughters" ............................ Mrs. Frank Feuille Quartet ................ Members of the Manhattan Presbyterian Church Toast--"To Our Fathers" .......,...................................... George Ball Reply-"To Our Sons" ..... ...... J udge Ballard Coldwell Piano Solo .....,.......................................,.........,...,....,. Martha Johnson Mr. Allen Sayles presided as toastmaster. At the conclusion of the banquet the guests gathered in the auditorium to listen to students from the three city high schools deliver their orations in the Texas Heroes Contest. George Ball won first place for El Paso. Bily Millard, of El Paso High School, tied a Bowie student for third place. M Q Frances Simonsou, seventeen year old El Paso High student tied for second place in the Texas High School Press Association Annual Poetry Contest with the following poem: "INSIGHT" Three hours I lay on the side of a mountain, Full in the sunshine- Lay there and soaked in the wine of Gods heaven. Until I lived not, but became part of the mountain. My blood ceased to flow-but it chanted a song- 'KI am Earth!" Birth and Life--yea! even Death And the mystery of years Are all known to me- Full in my veins Is the Pulse of Creation! Strong' in my bones I have granite of mountains! Great in my breast Feel the Heart of Creation!" For I was the mountain, and Knew what the Earth knows! Now 1 am wakened-God, still I am Part of the strength, and rocks of the mountain, Praise of Power sobs in me- Unly Thou canst create, Make to grow, and destroy. Thou art mountains, and trees, And clear-glowing fountains- Thou art ALL and only Thou art- Upon this Rock of Thy mountainous strength I plant my feet-No longer I doubt! 0000 CITY PRIZE WINNING ESSAY WHAT DOES OUR FLAG STAND FOR? By Billy Millard "What does our flag stand for?" Over a hundred and forty years ago was this question asked. And over a hundred and forty years ago was this question first answered-by Washington and Franklin and other members of the Constitutional Convention. "See," they said, "this is our answer!" And pointed to the new-born Constitution Again was this question asked in 1S12 when war with England menaced the growing young republic. And again was it answered with the overwhelming defeat of the British at New Orleans by Andrew Jackson. Then was peace for almost half a century. But dark and ominous clouds rolled up from the South--and broke over the Capitol. "Yes," said a few, "but what does our flag stand for now?" And came the answer, "The Federal Union, it must, and shall be, preserved!" Years passed. The century ended, and a new era began. But something exploded in Europe, and again war began its terrible devastation. And again they were asking, "What does our flag really stand for?" Then Woodrow Wilson stood up and cried. "Let us keep the world safe for Democracy!" That was the right answer, then. Now it is 1933, and again is this question asked, with a more heart-rending tone than ever. "What does our flag stand for?" Millions of unemployed, "What does our flag stand for?" Thousands of homeless, "What does our flag stand for?" All the nations of the world, "What does your flag stand for?" But whom do they ask? When an eathquake breaks upon and floods ravage the land, who but the citizens of the United States answer the call of those in distress? When it appears that civil liberties guaranteed us through the Constitution will be snatched away. do not our citizens respond and form a defending circle about these liberties? When nations bind themselves together and plot the ruin of this nation, do not our citizens rise up in arms, vowing that the glorious Stars and Stripes shall never touch the ground? "A chain is as strong as its weakest link," and a nation as strong as its weakest citizens. The Flag is the emblem of the nation, and we, the citizens of this United States, are those who make up this wonderful country. XVc are the Nation. We are represented by "Old Glory!" So "What does the flag stand for?" could be "What do we stand for?" The whole world awaits our answer. And, God helping us, let us throw back an answer that will ring through the hearts of the nations. Let us lift up the stricken, comfort those grieving, help those homeless, work the unemployed, do everything we can to help the nation: in the immortal words of Lincoln, "With firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right let us strive on to finish the work we are in: to bind up the nation's wounds, to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace, among ourselves, and with all nations!" If we do this, America will live! Q Q lWO0JlfbJ'O0'ISbll'IfIfI0l'0 bltli Ol' 00000 IOIO ll OI Jv- 0000 00 ll: 0 Ill 000500 QQ rvvv4:4:eoaa:0.rv:: 0000 nrcimra- rooc::m:vm0 :Q - MY FATHER'S OCCUPATION By Roberto Revilla It would take hundreds of pages and many hours of toilsome writing to summarize the different jobs my father has held. He attended Notre Dame Univer- sity and studied a commercial course, but his many occupations have been far from this profession. On the forty-eighth year of his life, he can boast of having been a broker, a miner, and an operator of concerns such as cafes, dairies, lumber mills, and evena skating rink. About three years ago, he left this versatile life, and has settled down in an occupatioirwhich I think is the most interesting and most profitable o11e that he has ever had. I refer to a branch of the lumber industry, yet so unexplored a branch in this part of the continent, that few men are engaged in it. It consists of discovering high grade walnut burls, digging them out, and shipping them to lumber manufacturers in Chicago, Memphis, Grand Rapids, and other furniture centers. However, my father ships most of his burls to England or Italy, where he can get a better price for them. Nor are the overhead expenses any greater. It costs less to ship lumber from Galveston to Liverpool, than from El Paso to Memphis. My father conducts his activities in northern Mexico. lt is no easy matter to pick the burls that are good enough to draw a price of at least ten cents per pound. The quality is d6t91'ITllll9d by the shape, the weight, and the outward aspect of the burl. The closer a burl comes to being a perfect sphere, the better quality it is. However, the bark must be of a kinky, asperous kind to assure a good find. But the real task is not to find them, but to dig them out and haul them to the nearest railroad. The weight of the burls, so useful in getting a handsome price for them, is also the worst barrier to overcome in handling them. On the side of steep mountains, on the shores of rivers and creeks, where there are no roads or bridges to facilitate transportation, is where the valuable lumber is fou11d. The task of lifting a mass of wood ranging from one thousand up to nine thousand poundsris then begun. Without the use of cranes, other practical appliances, such as pulleys, are used. Sometimes, when near a river, a float is made of logs, and the burl is placed on it, making it possible to get it to some town where it can be moved or hauled by truck. But this is often not the case. When they are found on or near mountains, they have to be dragged by horses or carried on trucks that have to find their way through the wilderness, before better means of transportation are secured. One hurl weighing five thousand pounds took two months of my father's time before surrendering to the railroad. All these hardships are worth the price of the burl. Of course, it takes about three or four months to gather 60,000 pounds of lumber, which constitute a car- lcad, but if an average price of ten cents per pound is obtained, it will well be worth the three months' toil. Concerning the price, one more thing must be taken into consideration. Sometimes the market is glntted, and no buyers for the lumber are obtainable. In such a case, my father does not stop working. He keeps ship- ping his burls to the border, where they are again buried, for strangely enough, the burls lose weight if exposed to the air too long. This occupation is not free of all danger, and it has cost my father two broken ribs and a finger, which was smashed by a small burl which leaned on his left hand. Another time, a combination truck-crane, belonging to Chris. P. Fox, Inc. who hauls the lumber across the border here, turned over while lifting a large burl, and the driver narrowly escaped injury by jumping from the machine. ' '39 ,psalvslflstwrllclsllvtellwto-lllsbrlwfl Iwlvwllv'-rlwlflflllsrislslslslfl i l l l ASSEMBLY - ANY DAY l i vacant. Mr. Davis turns the assembly over tu "Tula" Gates. She l makes a few funny gestures, and this gives the Freshies a laugh. "Tula" passes the buck In the yell leaders. "Pick" yells fifteen for the team, with NYillard and lfdith putting in their two cents i worth. making a total of five cents. .Xs a result uf the students pep . we have to yell again. The hell rings and the assembly is on. Eighty-seven seats are i 'llula introduces the lionurable Mr. Zilch who opens his speech with a few jokes that .Xdam told to the snake. .Xhl ton had we can't do Mr. Zilch the way the snake did Adam, .Xfter forty-five minutes of suspension of mental activity. the teachers wake the students hy their faint applause. i "Tula" calls for the great "Duppee" Chagra to make an announcement about the football game. l "Duppee": "All right youse guys. where's your spirit? .Xt . . . . . l the last game ya' punks were out there talking tu yar goils instead of yelling. Now at this game tomorrow, we don't want none of l that. so when you come, come prepared In yell." i p "Tula" calls on Mr. Davis to tell us about riding on the sides l of Cars. Mr. Davis is just going guoll when the hell rings. -Xll i ' 4. . . i the students clap and then leave. Irive girls and huys were killed i in the rush to the lunch line hefore those ravenous freshies. The doors survived. 000000000 i ll ii is , 00 0000000 OOO I i l l i l I I I 00000 IWW!!! 2 I Z 5 9 2 "I SHALL NOT SAY THE SPRING HAS COME By J. L. Holguin I shall not say the Spring has come Upon this world of ours today, But I did think I heard the hum Of bees around the flowers of May. I shall not speak of love to you, For such a foolish thing is light Before the world two Children View Through eyes that see hut what is right. Out here, amid the hills of green, In purple vales and whisp'ring streams, I only know I should have been Before, had I hut heeded dreams. I shall not say the Spring is here, Nor hirds are singing in the hough, But you could help to luring it near- If you would walk beside me-now. 922 Q ? J I A


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