Floydada High School - Hesper Yearbook (Floydada, TX)

 - Class of 1927

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Advertising I I N ' I 7-'mllllllllllllllllll llllllll'lllllllllli'll' llllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllIlllllllllllUF'3 - I I I I I I I A ' I 'ununnu lllll Illll lllllll IIII III I WI I I' N -' ' lon I I I I ' I ' I I ' frm '5 I ' I I LXfk,X I X X I X QW .XX K N Wx M f V YW A Sims '7 IIIII X, W IIIIII I "1 I I I I I . I I I X. I f I I I 5 I I I ' I 9 I - -, I X xXXW'X - I I D IQwXkbXlfNg!NNX, Iwi ' I - v- I X- V Y ' l V1 15.3 it I . 7 flu! ' 5 ZH f I I V 5 X I I X I I F I X ' ' f l f I I - I 27 I I I I I I I .-,fw51:1'1'1 1'W , W- I I Nrlr ffm ,,,,' LII' I - I I I I I I I . ff? 6'7i"fFfifiQfwn ' l' I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I .... . . I I I , I I A I HIGH SCHOGL DAYS l 4. l . . . High School Days spent in Floydada Hi, I Bring back Wonderful memoriesg I For golden hours past in the dear old school, I Are not forgotten in life's long days. I First we are little timid Freshmen, I But all our labors are not in vain, I Next we are industrious Sophs and then l A year rolls by and as Juniors We reign. I - At last as Seniors we approach the stage, I And think of our past flag fightsg I We are happy, while in youth as our age, I Our days are rapidly in flight. I l To the dear old Floydada Hi-we will sing, I As heartily we can raiseg I And let our praise for Alma Mater ring, l As we pass joyfully on our ways. l -Daisy Lee Gresham I , I . I A I I n I-...II-I Ill-I I I l I ii- e I -T li I I . '. . 3 ' 5 I H' -2 I 'Q - .Q .U . , I I y I I 2 F I , Q . , I I 7 I y . . . . I I l, I I I I i I I ' ! ' 7 7:,if.1z:ifQii5 Wifi':f,Tfif'l2fEiW5f"' pf - I I 7 2 so 7 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,, " T T T ' r 2 4 l l I I A .... .I I 'Q I y yl, I I - A KATE STILBS Basketball '24, '25, Captain '26, '27, I Tennis '25, Secy. and Treas. '26, Presif dent '27, Popular Girl Hesper '24, '27g .N I Debates '24, '2'ig Vice'Pres. Class '25, President Class '26g Pep Leader '27, I BEN Avuns I Debates '24, Tennis Club '25, '26g , I Editor School News '26: Editor Hes' I ' per. , RANDOLPH WILSON F H S one year Baseball 27 Track '77 BERT1-IA ROBERTS F H S four years Commercial Club 27 Bxssus Moons F H S two years Glee Club 27 Spanxsh Club 26 I C BULLARD F H S one year f f 'X 11:7 if X Eleven J - ' f H " will ,fllffvjlfcl ' f"f1l"'lli'f:""' 1 fi ff, ' ' ' ' " I I I I I I I I I - I I I I I I I I CIJ ! l l. . H a s-can P. I-P I : I cl' In If I -I 1' - l . FRANCES KINNARD F. H. S. foI1r yearsg Pres. Freshman Class '24g Basketball '24, '27g Commer- cial Club '27g Dramatic Club '26, '27q Debating '24: Pep Squad '25, '26, '27. RICHARD STOVALL F. H. S. four yearsg Spanish Club '24, 'Zig Tennis Club '26, '27g K. G. U W. '26g Reporter '26g Vice'Pres. '27g President Pep Squad '27g Commercial Club '27g Dramatic Clubg Hesper Staff. JACK SIMS F. H. S. four years- Dramatic Club' Tatler Staff 25" President Commercial Clubf SecyTreasurer Class 26., WILLIE ALLEN F. H. S. four years- Tennis Club 27' Commercial Club 27' Spanish Club 24 27- Pep Squad. Gnokcls LEE ASSITER lr' H S four years Rush Music Class 24 '75 Dramatic Club 25 6 Glee Club 27 Declamations 24 Pep Squad SecyTreasurer Class 27 Roy Sw AIN F H S four years Football four years Captain 27 Baseball four years Track four years Basketball four years Commercial Club Sergeant at Arms llllllllliwf 'FIU' f 1 f ' l. I I i Q , , ' , I . I - 1 Y 1 I , l l ra 1 I I . . I ' ' ' ' l F 4 'lt l Il N A ' , I 1441317 xg '." .1 451 ,, ,V - . , 54? mf W J ll . . e , 5544! P Aw il-ein af I --z I 5 - 'V - I ' 445' ' 'S ' jj Il Il la. 1 el gl. q ,Q I ls I I I 2 l l I "TL A" .i ii Q T ' L L aff: L I V ,i Li L KATHRYNE SWIFT F. H. S. two years' Debates 2'7- -"' Tennis Club' Choral Club 27- Pep Squad 27. HERBERT SIMS Diamondean Society 21g F. H. S. four yearsg Tatler Staff '25'g Dramatic I Club '26, '2'7g Hesper Staff '25'. '27. ' I., I IQ . I JACK de Connovfx q F. H. S. three yearsg Football '25, '26g Basketball '27g Tennis '27g Popu' , - lar Boy '27g Track '26, '27g Dramatics 5 . I nl I-I I VELMA NELSON 'E F. H. S. three yearsg Class Secretary I l '24g Rush Music '24, '25g Declamation ' A '26, '27. ' I I I I. .I II I I -I I I 4.I 'I 1 I . l fe. - f 'ssa . , ff S I I I I. I I 'V I I lx 1 I im I Il! 'I . I ' ' f ' ! I ' III W '24. 'Zig Hesper Staffg Pep Squad. t I I . I 1 I I I H I HAzEL MASSIB 1 , A my X I I F. H. S. three yearsg Dramatic Club ' ,NI '25, '26, '27: Rush Music Club '2'Tg 5' ' ' Declamation '25g Hesper Staff Presif . ' X dent '25. , I I Il . M I III H ALLEN BERRY I I F. H. S. four yearsg President Senior I ' . I 5 i, Classg Dramatic Club '27, '26, '27g ,K I I I Secretary Commercial Clubg Hesper Y I ' Staifg Pep Squad. , - .I I I1 II' q ' I I I I ' . I V , I I ' . . L I P EI I in I 71 ,W f' if hr Q! X Thvrtcen J afffxfi WW .I I .I . I 1' ,4 3i,,,,w v I IK ,A,. 2 , ' I I . pwfmd I. .f-, - L . .- .. 1 I .FgggAIv5 !,f! l I l I I I III nv . I L. .... ' - L ! L- as I 'L L L 4 . u" n'-'u'u" -'-' 1' - - I'-'.'. MILDRED DANIELS A F. H. S. three years: Basketball '26, Captain '27g Tennis '2,7g Commercial 1 F. H. S. four yearsg Glee Club '27g MOBLEY MCMURRAY F H S one year Commercial Club '77 Glee Club 7 INA SIMS F H S four years Music Cub '77 Commer nal Club '77 I C AINQXVORTH F H S one year Commercial Club Burono TERRY F H S four years Football 25' 26 Dramatic Club 26 Track 24 25 Captain '76 27 Commercial Club Fourteen U J 1 ffjwf I ' ' N-'7I"l', Y " fr' " lr' ,J VI f , ' . , lrw, ,f f.. .7 ,f ,f K I I I I I I I I I Jff'f"'f !fz"fU I I I I I I I I . .AAA . ,' ,, J .gs ,H-..-. ' - f - ' I il i - '- Q' 4 ' '2 .3 . I , I I , I I . . . : ' I '26, I - 'Q 5 C' '.. . I I - . . K- - I 7 . . . : ' - ' '2 . I I I I I A - -mf I I . I I I I I I I I I 7 ' I I I I , fr I K fn ' Q'a7": WF-"f"' - 5 I I . . - .. 7 7 W' 1 7, "4. fimffiffn 7 .5 II III ll II'If'4,-u2ff'jf7'!f'ff:,WII III I IIII I I ' l" X Aff' 742' I If ,. L. , ' I 7 I i I 7 n 1 l I Club '27s 'Glee Club '27, I MAMIE CARSON - Commercial Club '27. , I Fx f Y- C 1 ..,, ' f I1 '-'.'-'E I I I I MINNIE BELLE MCKINNEY - F. H. S. four yearsg Volley Ball two - yearsg Commercial Club '27. - I TIAIIELMA SWAIN I I F. H. S. four years: Spanish Club I I '94 '25 g Latin Club '26, '27g Art '25, '27g Commercial Club '27, ALBLRTO MASSIE S four cars S anish Cum Y P Tennis three years WALLACE ROBBINS S four years Spanish Club two years Track 27 Football 27 WILMA DEEN H S three years Latin Club 26 27 Volley Ball three years Music '77 Commercial Club 27 MARGARET HENSON F H S four years Rush Music Club four years Tennis two years Hesper Staff Declamation 26 Debates '74 Spanish Club 24 25 Latin Club 7 III I lImM4Wf1f fllllllll lilllllq I It Ii ' i I .245 . ' , 9 l ' l l : I . I - F. H. . : ' ' I : ' 4 9 ' z ' . I I I . . : ' t h S F : l -A l I I H S u I l I I I . . . Q I :G h I I 'fsf '27. ' 9 L : I . I S I S I I 1 I I I I . A--v:1f'V,f2ffW rw.. l 4 . L A Al.ir r"t es 'f A . i . I 'ff' I I l l L 3 I - I I I I I lc I I V ' l 1 WG 2 XVILLIE B. MAY F. H. S. four yearsg Spanish Club '24, 'Zig Orchestra '26, '27g Tennis '26, '27g Commercial Clubg Hesper'2'7. ETHEL STAGNER F. H. S. one year. CAPITOLA HARDGROVE F H S four years Glee Club 24 Vollev Ball two years Spamsh Club '75 '76 Commerc1al Club 27 Basket bal 24 OPAL JONES F H 9 one year Commerc1alCluo REV A D Moorua F H S one year Commerclal Club MARTYNE CHILDRESS F H S three years Commercml Club 27 Choral Club 26 27 Glee Club 77 Basketball 26 27 I ull l' l l ,Il I Il I ll. I . I I y I ' I - . 1 . . QQ Q Q , I l' 1' Z' 5 I Q 9 ' I I I v , . - v F 27. I I . . . 1 I '27.' ' ' Q I I i A . J .3 . Q QQ' 3 Q : ' I A 5 ' I , . - 1 . I 1 Fl I I I I I I I I xl I I I I I I I L X -e.-.-r,-.. - ' , ' 4 1 I 5 A I F. H. S. two yearsg Choral Club: 3 f A u.,---u... .. . . v . . . A -.-.----. . - A IIIIIIII' f I 1 E PE11 I --Q: DAISY LEE GRESHAM F. H. S. one yearg Choral Club '27g W ' I Glee Club '27g Declamer '27. I EDWIN BnAzmR I F. H. one year. 'W RAY SMITH Q , F. H. S. two yearsg Commercial Club 1 ' , W7 I - - l . E All I 1 4 X- -. MILDRED DUNN ' - F. H. S. four yearsg Music Club '27, -N - 1 Glee Club '26, '27g Commercixl l u '27. 3 I KATHRYN WALKER l I F. H. S. one yearg Choral Clubg I Tennis Clubg Commercial Club. - GWYLUM ENOCH ' Commercial Club '27. I . Q , I I I I . I wflwf, S . A 1 gf fain, even een I ,iff 'f' fy 7. . fi elf ,. ,". 1 fi :f 7V-. , I f , ,f .,'f' fiffzy','f'f.ff. ,'f,. 'I f , H -A 1 I I I lu I I I ffzfffgffff W.. I I I I I I I, I I -. 'llllllllf llllllll - . ..... .... OPAL NELSON F. H. S. one yearg Glee Club '27: Commercial Club '27, OLIVER HOLMES F. H. S. two yearsg Baseball '26, '27g Basketball '27g Pep Squad '27g Male Quartet '27g Choral Club '27g Com' mercial Club '27g Tennis '27, DEAN SMITH F H S three years Span1sh Club 76 Choral Club 27 Senror Spellm ARVIL SMITH F H S four years Hesper Staff Tennls one year HELEN HARDY F H S one year Choral Club 27 Tennis Club 27 Commercxal Club 27 Erghreen X 1 I ff if I 'lllllllllJfM':'fWMfs49ff lllllllll I 1 , I I - , -. . . Q l 1 - I . U 'iv' ' ' 'a - 1 ! I I I t I . I I . I . . S 3 1 I g Q . I I I l , , , l 1 I 7 I I I U . f ' I 'K .. f f f.:!f',,1f4f no . f .Zyl . QA,,""!f' i.'f",'Uf'fQ ,W J - - H f--' 7 7 - - -- fi . j fi ' jf7'j"f'.Q 'ff gf'T,1f'!+' . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I "IF ,fl J ff-f7,'4 QM' 1 .I- - Q41 f':':1Vfg7ff' Mi r-" ' ' - - - - ,"'fT- M f -- ---- f" ' Y UM 1 -' . " V ' F i i . I lrlll lllll llllllllll If C , , rum., A,,7,, ,.,.-,-,,,,,, ,S ,Y,. , , ...U ,,.,,.,-.,.....-..., ,-' f A I ' R F I 1 1 lf I ' l 1 -. ELMA CUMMINGS Declamation '26g Debates '26, '27g - President Spanish Club '26g Commer- 1 cial Club '2'7g Pep Squad '26, '27, 1 I - Jlsssm MAR CARTER ' F. H. S. two yearsg Commercial - Club '27. V lf l I li I I l . I -l I LILLIAN KING F. H. S. one year. Q I l . I l I I R R I I I l i 1 INA COPPRIELL 3 F. H. S. four years. , ' HENRY BOLLMAN ' "1 W F. H. S. two yearsg Baseball two ' . ' yearsg Taxi two yearsg Commercial , Club '27. F l :m : l I -f "ie -5- "1 H "W" " ,gf',"ff'5ffp W U ff, .fi Y ,, Y 7, , I , 1 - W I I I I I I I I I. I I I 'I Ill ' .I ,,W. i .... . . . I l I i fr - K wenty We, the Hesper Staff of 1927, dedicate this page to Miss Alex- ander and Miss Rea, as a token of our appreciation of the assist- - -ance they have rendered us in publishing this book, the 1927 Hesper. WTHE HESPER STAFF lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll a'l'l'I'l . J Q--ff? ll I I II I III . . I I .. . ....... .,: I I . I I I I .Q I I I ff Q NBDPDP I - M ,S ' : XMI in f F na. . I I I I I I . . Q I I J JG n O Ill I llqfrj ffw llllll I wi I I xx, I X :T-M, . Z I Q, I "Tiff ' gf ig-9 . ' ,,f 1 Ci' , I ' Y I I I I f l I ' I I I Q .. I I I . I I I I I I V I I I I I f f ,.' l I I I xy If ,vf, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Q IIII IIIIIIII IUN I ORS Of the four classes in F H S There is one I m sure IS best And slngle out IIS reasons for special fame? Then the members as a rule Are qulte the pepplest Jolhest in the school There s not a thmg that we want done But secures the help of every one Our sponsors are so very klnd They help us to Wln every time They both are married and say qulte right That the place for Ch1ldren IS home at night Oh' we win honors in every way ' From playing football to giving a play . And some of these days for a fact Well make the Seniors take every slam back Then here s to the Juniors of the maroon and white - May We ever uphold our colors so bright And make the Sophs sing a song of cheer At the thoughts of being Juniors next year. p -Ollie Belle' Collins. I , I Q' ,-" Hifi: . ' Twenty-Two ' -' 1" 1' 571' T' H ffl . K .I V. ,- jzqw gf! 'A 'q,g7'p J l f 'fl 2 'f, my I f lIIlIIIIII'Wa.f-4 ,HC f'jWIIIIIIIIlI I I I I I I I I I M . I I I I I I I I I ' - L. , " f I I I I r - I I' , IVIIIII I I IIIIIIIIIII f I I I I N I I I I I I I I I V I X .g. ' I 1. ' I - - I - I I ' , ' ' - I I ls it necessary for me to give its name , I l I II. I . I . - ' . . ,. . . . . - I , ' I " I I I III. , I I I - I I . ' . . - sc ,' H' ' V . I I IV - I I , ' I , r v I I ' ' I , ' I I ' I I I I I I I I I I l l I I I ' E I I I ----.. I: - . I , I I I OUIDA BELL I I I ' U. S. MARSHALL I I AUBREY FANVVER I l I l l I A. D. WHITE I I EVELYN MADDox I MILDRED OLSON Crcn Cov1Nc:roN QIDNIIY CARTLR TED WILRFRQON RAY HORN HAROLD HAYS HFNRY BOSLEY MAYIQELLE JONES f , ff, X ll ff Twenty Three J I , I I I I A ' I I L I I L L ' I I L . - A I I ' . ' I A I I I I I I I , L l I I I I I I ' I L I I I I I I I I I I ' A .Agfa'12zW'?1i??1g1iYfa?EQ'Wi f'J' 'Lii , ' I A L L L ,ffzfff iff? i.. . A L L I A I ' :.' Q fV ,f 7 'W I if I I I I I I I I I I L.A' fd, I I I I I I I I I IIIIIII I ,, fffffffffWfIIIIllll rf! f ff- IL ....... TRUMAN WEBB I RUTH CONNOR Z. R. FELTON LESLIE GREEN , ' VIVIAN BosLEY ' ILA WRIGHT ZEIMAH Con-IAM SETON HOWARD Burokn EAvEs Rosfm SwINsoN RAYMOND WILLIAMS ORVAL MOORE MILTON AsH'roN I Twenty Four 4 ff J ,iffy ll I I f"f,fffl13W IIIII I' I P I I I ,I i'Mil-"'f'3'fY'429' - I I f ,I if If n I I I I I I I I I I I I I -ll I ll- ' I I I I " f' ' I- E I II I I A V W A" .4nr', - llIllllllV - lll lll ll ll . 5 ..... . ........ I GENAVE SHIPLEY Envm DE CORDOVA - SANFORD SHAW - . I I I PIKE HANNA I OLLIE BELLE COLLINS BELVA BOWER WINNIE COWARD J R BORLM AUBRBY STILES CLARIINPE ASHTON JOHN EDWARDS EULAND EAVES VERA HODCE ff ff Twenty Fwe J ffffffx' 'llI.I'I'I'I'I-III. 5. ll. I -I-I I I- I - , I I , I U Q - ' I , I I . I I I I . - I - U ',41w'W',3" ,", ' - , Jf'f11vfliffVfif'f'Z'?'lQidi'W?' ,ff fl-riff, ' ' I N M' Af ,151 A,, , ywwf ,A W X -,jf wgLg4ff'7,gLj' 6" W, 1 I I I I . ,' MJ 'ffL"'fg Lfff. Vwjyf Muff !,,-Ljzffxfw 121 fvyfw. Ulf, I I I I I UL. ,J 1 V I "1 - . I K 'I'we'ntyfSix AS A JUNIOR SEES THEM a -asm- Wandering through the woods one day, I discovered the F. H, S. Faculty at play. Now, can you imagine this dignified body, Running wildly about. screaming "I-Iowdy?" They seemed to have dropped their school room way, They appeared so life-like, so human, so gay, That some of them I did scarcely know, Had they not held themselves so teachery, just so! First, Mr. Wester, our most dignified Supt. Was madly propelling a stick and hoop. He shed his dignity as a duck sheds water- Only his-sport made him feel much hotter. After him rushed Professor Principal Scoggins, Madly and wildly clutching his sonny's toboggans. With a look of a Chemistfto-be on his noble face, He was vainly attempting to win this close race. Then came Madame-defHistory-Miss Rea, Who, forgetting all dates and wars, was indulging i Miss Alexander tripped merrily along, Disregarding American Lit. in her happy song. Quite suddenly I discovered Coach Ikey Jay, Talking, as usual-when his wife is away. Mr. Cummings sat looking, in pretense, at his nose, While he covertly read his daily epistle from 'lRose." Miss Colvin in her indescribable way, Was teaching the squirrels Spanish that day. Miss West, considering what she teaches, Looked just as sweet as her refreshment of peaches. Mrs. Clements, so calm and quiet, With her delicious dishes, caused a sudden riot. For she had for luncheon, gravy and steak, In the way she had taught the girls to make. Miss Miller who was so fond of wading, Suddenly decided her Essex green was fading. Miss Collins, with all her "Shall and Shan't," Boldly declared. "Aw! Now you know it ain't!" I sneaked out from my hiding place And rushed home with mirthful face, For I had seen the human happy side Of these school room patriarchs so dignified. ay. -Ollie Belle Collins. llllll 'llll J ll I II II Y , E . . ... .E ff In A I I I ' 7 I I 5 mmwmwm 5 r ' I I I l I l 1 ' I I , . I GPQLUO CT Qewa 13 M 'Win , Ex ea na-Qs15fp"'I IIII II I f' ff' IIIIIII I ' I ' l I ' r , I I I I I , I I ff I . ' F . c ,-- l 1' I I , I I I . f.-'J-, . I ' l F ' 1 n 23, A l j f I I W ? 157 , ' I LS! . . l wR 'WN'af, l .11 .4.1 , Y N ' i-ful I - ' ' I xi :gg Ly 5 X I I A - 4' , , I I I A J I I ' I I ' lr, dr T S X - ,f 1 4',0',,Q.!" j,!,1f"g44-f went f e en I 4W7 1 y v J I I I I ig141,2'7Qd111 ', 'f I " I I I I I I I I l 4'Viv'-'frf'A"V3fM!,1fQif'Uiff'1" I I I I I I I I I V lllllllllf -. lllllllll . . .. . . . . - I , l f I The Sophomore' Class . I I T . 'dmv' I , I. I I think the Sophomore class is the best in school, I - Although we receive much ridiculeg . We try to play apart in all school life, I But sometimes it seems a great strife. I ' II. I The Sophomore class is noted for its teachers, I And the well-behaved pupils it features, I It has some very noted onesg But some are going to school only for fun. I III. t The Sponsors of the Sophomore class are praised, I And all their Works makes one amazedg , They try to make our class the best on handg I And on the top We hope to land. I IV. I I Our ideals are high, our standard too, I Our motto is "Onward to fame" I And in our class this spirit grew,- . And will stay forever to reign. I We want to leave in the memories here Of the teachers and student body, I A path that is straight and true and clear, I With nothing to mar its beauty. I ' -Mildred Strickland. I I 1 . 1 I I K Twe'ntyfEight J ll llll lllllll lllll ll lll l 1-uf' 1 l I l l r I 'D D D I I I xffnfyf VELA BLASENOAME THELMA COVINGTON DEI.BERT EUEANKS CLINTON FYFFE HAROLD TERRY DOROTHY DANIELS IMA JOHNRON DOROTHY JONES PETE NELSON THERON SUMMERVILLE JOHN KEY WEST MILDRED STRICLLAND RUTH ENOCH MYRTLE BURNETT X 1 Q Twenty Nme J iff fffpqf IIIIIIIIIIffW,ff fllllllllll fill f i" I I - . I . - L l I I , . , . I O l I I , I I I I I I ' TOYTTT f TTQY T - E ,.,' 1 M III l I RI I -M - I l M- I I I I ln- l- I-lllll-Ill I RUSHELLE MORRIS Mu.DRED TEEPL13 - - JIM CARTER I CHARLES MATHEXVS . ' A LLOYD BEDFORD ' LOIQ HANOOCR BFRNICE GRESHAM HFRMALEE NORMAN FRANR ROBERTS SAM MOORE XVOODROW GOEN JFQSE MERLE Scoc GING- RUTH STBGALL X7INA SWINSON T, , ff! kv MTW If 46 ulllll ,yy !,ff,f,,Wul Ill! l lllllll lllll ll ' l j I R - - I , . - I I I O l :U ' ' 1 . W i I I I I R l I I . ' R ' I O ROO J I I Y. rf D O W ,MU O"R'.415-i,l4jI,12ifj2?If.jhhmf ,ag 4' R . I I U u 'R I ',,.f Aii' X, I I V ' J I I -'fafQj'TfR,". f,f1Z .fifkf gba' ' AW I , A A I R' l l llll I lllllll- I I TROYE WILLIS - RUTH JENKINS I R. V. HUSKEY JIM HARDGROVE LEE BEDFORD OBBIE FORTENBERRY VIRGINIA MEACHUM ELSIB ANDERSON B STANSPLL JOE CARLTON DALE STRICLLAND OLBTA IACKSON KATHLEEN SNODGRASS ROBBIE ARCHER f f Zyffyf 'ff X 'Thzrty One J X ,, fff I l'l.l.l I I I I I ' lllll ' -I-l I I I B I I I I I , I N. . . I , . I , I F I I ., I I I I . I j . I - I I-I",'zI'WT'fIf 0' If of , " I I '?:fQ"L5'f "', ,fA,If" - ,II' ff .W . I 'I I I I I I i !L A I I I III' i V ' I I I . I uno-l--0-Inl-0-onU-0-inl-so-0-0-one--I-nonoir-l-as--I-0-noun-:nnsul-no--0-0-l-0-0--a I H ' I i l 5 . l - y - - i A. F4 H. ' ' I h H S. Football Victory I . - '-9' I I T , . Twas on Friday. that ball game you know I A gloomy day with a little snow ' From the morose north the wind did blow- - The sun did not look down on the contestants below. All was a hustle, a bustle, a grin I all waitigig gag thelgame to begin, n the oot al.fie d were twentyftwo men, I The green and the white, the colors did blend. I Then came yells from .the F. H. S. And in the voices was much class, From Floydada High School there came a quake That seemed to make the earth shake. I From the football field a whistle did toot - Which sounded like the musician's flute, The coin tfipped and Floydada was to "boot" . To Slaton's goal the ball did shoot. - From the Slaton line a man did call- "Boys, get busy, let's play ball, But the Slaton boys Floydada did fall, I And from the new Slaton boys they did haul. I Over the line the green and white did cross And Slaton's High School, Floydada did boss. I Over the goal the ball did toss Which set Slaton at a seven point loss. ' Eight did Slaton make But 28 points F. H. S. did take, I We pulled the famous "Wester" Fake I 3 That made Slaton's very hearts ache. ' Slaton left town with tears in her eyes,l - As they heard the F. H. S. victory cries, They left town without saying their good-byes, I , They left alone to fight their heartache sighs. I -Dale Strickland I . lwowl-0-0-9-0--1-1-owa--0-l-m-Queue-4-lam-one-0-0-0-0-0no-I--lv-0-U-U--if-of-a-0--1--0-0--u--0-u'l I . I - , I K Thirty-Two 'I-I'I.I-I -'Qi-f' L: . N J ll -- -Jw..--V . , . . rx , ,W ,,, IIIIIIIIY I lllllll .. ..... . ....... N F10 Jlllf X fX - - ff : II f o Y I .5 Thtyfh lllllllllljjw I lllllll lllllllllffff,M,4gff lllllllll 1u1llllll" . -A f I I Q al I 5 n LX ' ' g I ' l K I I I I 1 , . ,XX 1 I X - Y " 'Zia ll A ' """"""'A"""""""""""""""" ' I I I , I - . , ' J ,',' l ir ' 'ree - in 'WV 'f-'f"i?:1'Wl I? H I I 4 ",f '. f'.f ,i5fQP" """ I rv-. lllllllllV - Illl llll ....... . . . . . l - I A I I ' ' ' Ein emnxiam Qin ihe memnrg nf Baked Gaxiher, Qlnxzr 19113 Quit 1925 ThrtyFowr lllllll fgffffw Ill "w' I l - V . I - I I I I - I I ' . ' l ! x I ' l ' 't' ' I l - I l I I . I ' I I f . ' ' -- W.- , I I . ' . U . . I I D I I ' l I ..,,..... A , , . . , . . I I I I I I l - 1 -"' " lffyjf' A ., . i ' V vf' ,f',41'iV MVIJLI K ", a 'i M- . , I-,Gif K, I7 J - l l I Iyg, f5gj,ffpgp' ' JI I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I .hsgjf vi,fm6'Q5ffypf fff-, I I I I I I I I I IIII III'Y l'IAIl,Ill'IlI I I I I I-IESPED --Ru : I I D,,,p' . I Woormow TAWATER I - M. F. SWAIN RAY SIMS EESIE ROBINSON . I f I FRANKIE DORIS SMITH CORINNE ORSBURN jnssm MAE Woons FRANK MONTAGUB ' PANSY MOZELLI BRONVN JEWEL MURRY X7l'RLA BLASENCAME W T KLEBOLD MARY HEIFN 1oHwsoN HERON W RICHT MELVIN SLAUCHTER BERNICE BISHOP CHARLIE GRIGSBY CHESTER DE CORDOVA E L MORRIS GENF bMALLEY I 1 fff lf! !,f, Th1rtyFruc J III I "'f! IIIIII l l ' I ' I 1 I F . . . - 1 ' ' l I . . I I I . - I- I A Y I I i I I I V . I . . . , I I . . I I I I I 4 I 4 I ' R I I I ' . l I l l I I . ' ' r I I E - . 5 . Lois SITTON I BYRON COWARD l l WAYNE GOUND I XVAYNE mgainy I I BENNIE HOUGI-ITON I I FLOYD BELL I I A I I ORA MAE FOSTER I FRANK Qigamj WILLENE MOONEY BBULA EM ES STARRS GREEN KAUH LE1: THURMON ENA LEA FYFFE O B OLSON ELIZABETH MCKINNEY FLOYD HATCHELL 1: B MASSIE BLANCHF ENOCH ROBERT GAITHER VICTORENE Fmwn . -W ",1'1,-,fy'f'f',"' U -." "54f'ff"'?:," J I I I I I I I I I ffif3fm,4W I I I I I I I I I " I . ' - I ' - . , I I I ' . I I A . . I I . l ' I . . I I . I I I I I A I N 1. . I I ' I I N I I ' I I ' I I A I I A I I A A I I F ' .V fri 4?ff.4:'-,av I . ' - - A ffvi 'AAL I K, Thmyslx - ., 42-fy :ffff , If I I I I I I I I I I Afigfgf 7 f I I I I I I I I I I xi f 1 ' lllllllIIY . llllnlllll E ... ..... . ....... X m CIR mi Sw I WWA . if ' nyv,-, QL QLMQI- f ex", A fm fg Wk? scvflf X iii if KK '40 . N xv rfb, ,.... L ag j ' ' Qld, 45- -Y -1 .pgwgy I, 2 zo, ,-Aj f' -,-5' 'N 311,16 'pw' ,845 ,X r-1' K , CHL-Qi. - '35 V A, A, 'SHS . Sie xv I N xy, .fn K:-4-'-2:-iSff -NV 1-A-,,f -ff '-- fag X ki? F9 -F0 i. ,.. ,, p... ,, .1 ,. ,.. ,.. ,. ,.. ,T 4-. ,-. SJ U! 5? Y XV 5-,api mf'- flg 12x fX Evolutlon Floydada Schools I , sz, -SWL 3 F Q-A L0 Q' 5.0 C5549 .x Q" -YQ E .4 ,..A ,A.. I 'ltr fzif!! I 1. 2 ur lu-. -4- .i +- L-.4 ...4 -4 ..4. -+ 1'4- --4 1+ -+ 1, YRS 51 M7 Wffffffl I l Thwty Seven J 'lllllllll.,M,!fQ,,AN.fp,ff lllllllllf l E E - Q l E52 ' I - I , ' N' I of gre , ' I ' I ' , .gpm l 1 - EQQE 119, I b I gg-I A QF X , ' if ' ' . 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J w mi-. llllllllf - II IIIIIII Efvolutzon of Floydada Schools lmrfqgirlnl The story of the evolution of Floydada schools has been very unique and interesting One might say the city schools have devel oped by ,leaps and bounds and have been in a continued state of gi owth To prove the above statement let us consider the giowth of the scholastic population and appoi tionments The scholastic population of Floyd County fO1 the first year aftei 1tS 01g'2lI11Z3.t10I1 was ninety seven and the state apportionment 3436 50 01 about S54 12 per child within the scholastic age In 1905 the total special district taxes collected for the yeai amounted to 951163 92 The total school fund was S1600 42 making an average of 9516 50 per capita The p1 esent fund ranges approximately S40 00 per capita The scholastic population has greatly increased In 1890 there were twenty pupils enrolled while in the present city schools there are approximately nine hundred students The following 1S a summary of the teachers the terms and em ollment extending from 1890 to 1905 The first school in Floydada opened in November 1890 with Sam H Kelsey as the teacher He held a county certificate of the first grade which only lasted foi one year The school had an en- rollment of twenty pupils but before the term closed it had reached fifty pupils. The year following, Mrs. Mary G. Snodgrass was the teacher. She resigned before the close of the term and was suc- ceeded by T. M. Bartley. For awhile during the session, when the I . I I f . ...i U4 l'.ff 'iz?l-X51 I I K frhmy Eight ,. ' fgglf. - J - ' 1 -1: 4? I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I gui7'Aga,,ifgf3.!,fg.s5g11.fff1faf 1. I I I I I I I I I i' v f I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII I X- - I ' I I . . 4 I - I G6 7! ' ' 1 7 ..v Q - ' s . . I. ' - . . . I , . I . '. - ' . I 9 u I . - . r ,x - I I 5 I I I I 1 I I I 7 2 - Q I I . . . , I I enrollment was large, Claude V. Hall assisted in teaching. The next two years, 1892-1894, Sam H. Kelsey taught the school. The enroll- ment grew and by the term 1894-1895 two teachers were needed. They were H. C. Atchison, as principal, and Miss Jessie Brunner, as assistant. The next session Claude V. Hall served as principal and Mrs. Zuela Pruitt as the assistant. ' The enrollment had now reached one hundred and two pupils. For the next two sessions, 1896-1898, Frank Elton was principal, being assisted by Mrs. Alpha Johnston, during the first session, and Miss Jessie Brunner, during the second session. From 1898-1901, J. D. Burleson was the principal. His assistants were: Miss Sue Ross, who served during the first two terms: Miss Pansy Green and Miss Allie Miller, who served in the capacity of assistant during the third session. The next year, T. M. Bartley and Miss Stella Fletcher were the teachers. During the term 1902-1903 W. M. Martin was principal with D. T. Scott as first as- sistant and Miss Lela Miller as second assistant. The next term, Edgar Allen uas principal with W P Weaver as first assistant and Mis Alma Allen as second assistant The next year the teachers were as follows Edgai Allen piincipal H S Crawfoid as fiist as slstant and Terrell Haymes as second assistant The teacheis who sei ved as insti uctois foi Floydada schools during the term 1905 1906 were L E Ciutchers pimcipal and Miss Jettye Jones and Terrell Haymes as assistants The numloei of teachers fiom 1906 to the present day has gradually increased In 1918 thele vs eie but foul teacheis in high school The demand by haung 1nc1 ease in pupils gi ew lai gel until one teachei teaching one glade and substituting in high school was X Thirty Nm: J V L u u Q n I. - 1 0 I o fn' . a 4 4 - I ! ' ' 1 - I 1 , 1' . , C . I u 1 ' Q 1 ' 1 l - v 'I - - ' ' ' 1 X . Qf .. ,,H."",,,u f f'?'-"1,'.f,',H1,l N I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i" ' - promoted as full term high school teacher. There are at present ten full term teachers. x The growth for the demand of added teachers can be seen in the changing buildings. The first building resembled an old one- room house as seen in photograph. Later, the enrollment grew until an annex or "el" was added to the old building. In 1904 a movement originated to create an independent school district with a radius of forty-nine square miles. There was to be a school tax of thirty cents on one hundred dollars valuation of property. This bill or act passed the Legislature and Floydada was an independent school district. The present school tax is one dollar on one hundred dollars valuation. In 1907, the old building proved inadequate and a larger frame build- ing was erected. This served in the capacity of a public school build- ing until it was destroyed by fire in September, 1922. After the frame bullding burned a bai rack was built which included nine looms and was used until the piesent High School building was elected In 1920 a large modern bllck building nas erected It was used as a high school building and for the sixth and seventh grades until the present High School structure was built 1n 1924 The old brick build ing 1S now known as the East Ward Building The R C Andrew s Ward School has recently been completed The two waid schools are modern in every iespect being steam heated and having equipped cafeterias The high school gymnasium is located at the R C And rews waid school and IS believed to be one of the best gymnasiums in height of ceiling width seating capacity etc in West Texas The high school building is one of the best equipped schools in the State It has two large study halls and a sufficient number of Forty X III as f I IIII 1 , ' 7 ' . . 0 0 . ' J 5 ,3m,g,if1f' 2 . I I I I I I 5"-ggi' ,Cf I I I I ffl' 1' 1' f' 'ii ,' 'fm' ' X I I I I I I I I .-QQ!-Q fyglfftfya ,fgsgglgblfiff f I I I I I I I I I V i" - class rooms for the various departments. There are two laboratories for the science department, a home economics and 'a commercial de- partment. The curriculum has about thirty-one subjects, which in- cludes about twenty-six credits. Of these 23 1-2 are affiliated. At present English 4g Bookkeeping, Economics and Trigonometry are not affi,liated, but perhaps will be by the close of the term. The various departments and their development have a very unique history. When the present building was built, room was pro- vided for a Home Economics department. The school board was not supplied with adequate funds to employ a teacher or buy the neces- sary equipment at first. In 1924, Mrs. Lucy C. Clements applied for the position and was selected for it. She, Mr. Wilson and Dr. An- drews ltrusteesb met the salesmen and selected the equipment. At first the classes were known as the "V, H. E." or Vocational Home Economics. They are not known as the "V. H. E." at present be- cause Governor Ferguson vetoed the vocational bills Classes in this department hate always been full and many mole eagei to take the work The equipment is the best to be found in any school of Floydada s size or larger The Commercial department IS iapidly gaining iecogmtion It was organized 1n the yea1 1994 with Miss Ruby K Higgs as in stiuctor Shorthand Commercial Law and Typing were the only subjects offeied until Bookkeeping was added last year This year the depaitment has been moved fi om one loom on the second fioor to two iooms on the first floor The depaitment is well equipped and all students taking Commei cial vs ork ale organ17ed into a Commercial Club known as the C C C Miss Delphme Miller is at plesent head of this depaitment The Historv department IS organized with Miss Daltis Rea as head of it being assisted by M1 A D Cummings MISS Grace Alex ander is head of the English department and is assisted by Miss Gladys CoLl1ns Miss Mae Colvin is head of the foreign language depai tment Mr Ike Jay 1S head of the mathematics department and assisted by Miss Pearl West M1 J C Wester IS superintendent of Floydada schodls and Mr Harper Scoggins IS the principal of hlgh school Then two offices are located on the fn st floor Music IS an art which has been taught in and out the Floydada Schools The Floydada High School has its Choi al Club Male Quar tette G11ls Sextette and Olchestla These are ably directed by Mlss . - . ' 7 7 ' ' V 7. . . , I . , . m bl , I U I ' . . I , ' . . ' .1 Q . C C . . . .. . L D I 1 .C Y 1 . A . . , if 17 ' ' ' ' ,I , -I I I . I I A- , I . . . . . . 1 Q b . I Q . . I I Q 1 - W I Q , 1 I . ' . 7 ' , , 1K":'ff-fit",'ijifffvftlff?" , X Q W! .VVJ Forty One J W 'lf iw' f'ff'3".f'YN?fft! .v I I I I I I I I I ,r I I I I I I I I " A ."!!,"' "IL" l,fI",'5f AV!" in I p..c,,'v.f,f -." ef-1 lllllllll.4,'j'r7fyfff.4p IIIIIIIII '." . . . .'.' ' W Delphine Miller, Mr. Harper Scoggins and Mrs. John Smith. Extra curricula credits are given for work in music, art and literary work. CSee paragraph on Ward teachersj. ' The social life of high school is not omitted. When question- ing an old settler about the social life in former days he said: "Well, we were like the boys and girls are today. We had our love affairs, parties and jolly good times together as they do now." The boys and girls of the present have their class parties, club work, etc., for enter- tainment. In the Wards there are about sixteeniteachers. There is a teacher for each grade to the seventh, inclusive. Over these is a Ward principal. Mrs. Thornton is principal of the East Ward, while Mr. Hopper is the principal of the R. C. AndreW's ward. Thus one can see the rapidity with which the schools of Floy- dada have grown from a struggling group of twenty pupils to an ap- proximately nine hundred enrollment. There sits our beloved hlgh school bulldlng As We pass by a longing comes to our hearts So .let us pick up courage and be pralslng To our beloved Alma Mater as We pass on with our art Daisy Lee Gresham . . . . , . , H ! l l azz: . 1231: I... I I ' T 'Q 'L i I A . I ' ' I I ' - : ' ,'.. I 'V I I ff' I I I Fo-rtv Two V 0 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I k I I I I I I I I ,WW,fpmmf I I I I I I I I I 6' I llllllllf IIIII IIII I S 1 WN' IWW . - QD.-1rd I I Sc oolsg IGB! '91-9' X V 1 IIIIIIIII1,Wfffffof,pffff lllllllll . :ff X371 . X I .4545 . . . . ga- J In 'f-lijlf ', 1.7 , I I I I I I I I I I, 4, I I I I I I I I I I 4 -f'?'wQ WA" ,fffiks-fuif ' " - , J..L.. . .- ..,...v .. , ..-, Y .... I EAST WARD FACULTY I I I w 1 w I 1 Y I I Green McKmney Hughe Klebold Tho nton Terry M 7 A A f AA','A ' A A 4. A l. lb-I IAAI I I I I I I ll I Al, A " I I A +- " I I A ' I ' S ' ' I , I I I I ' A V A I I I I I I I I I 'A I I N W 1 . A I 3 I I' I I I I I III' I I I I I I I I I I I fn , IIIlIIIIx . ,.-.- . YH, ., , 1, ,QP f m,, ,,,I-, I , ,- ,, M m I I I ' I 1 I l I I ' w ' lx I Q F I - I' EAST WARD BUILDING AND FACULTY - : - V I I I I I I I I . I CAFETERIA I I . I I 'A'-" 'A'if"'-' f'f'-fhffiffff :Q4 7ff'M '!" f P ' II I I fx , fff' ff . AI I I I I I I V I I ' I ' H I f I I I J 1,7 if Af' 'Qu-sv Y 1 x ........ ' . . . . I I , I R. C. ANDREWS WARD CALENDAR I . I Good-bye, Shack, November 5, 1926. I 1 Entered New Building, November 8, 1926. I Holiday, November 11, 1926. . I Formal Opening Program, November 12, 1926. I Cafeteria Shower, November 26, 1926. Opening of the New Cafeteria, November 29, 1926. - Christmas Program, December 20, 1926. Q Mid-Term Examinations, December 20, 1926. I Christmas Vacations, December 22 to January 3. I Washington Birthday Program, February 22, 1926. I Interscholastic League "Tryouts", March 23, 1927. I Seventh Grade Graduating Exercises, May 12, 1927. I I I miuiaioinloiniaiui illiill 101,110 I mmmmmm -0- -.....-..............-..-.........ZIII2: I I I I , I - . ' A F"'W'Si'c I I I I I I ' ."'.'l'. I I I I I I I K I I NN A F' H M -A W 'I' 7l'RlRl IRIX ESPUJ - - .M I - I 3: I R. C. ANDREWS WARD FACULTY !. ! 4 il W - I I MILLER HOPPER FRY NORTON BELCHER VJILLIAMS WALKER CRARTREE JOHNSON TERRY ' I I I . I A I L I IIIML OOOO O I J if I n In , n n n ll I I I ll- I1 II .--W Lg.- ' LLL , , if " J ' I A LL L, I. I I A l IA I I-I I lv I I H I g i i In I -V I 1 I. - K . I - I -I A j I I A . X 1 I R. C. ANDREWS WARD CAFETERIA - I , , ' I , 4 ' I 11'4 . 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I . D I ' I I I I I I I ' ' I I I I I I I D I I . I I I I D- I I I I . I I I I I I I ' ' .DIl -I I I 1-D'f 7 ,0 J I I I ..D' A"', ' 345 1'f' ",,f I I I DI, I I I I I I I I ,V I I I I I I I I I R. C. ANDREWS SCHOOL P. T. A. RUTH RUTLEDGE The R. C. Andrews School P. T. A. was organized Sep- tember 26, 1926, with Mrs. R. E. Fry as president. The outstanding feature of the year's work of the P T A has been the mstallment and payment of a cafeteria which represents an investment of about two hundred fifty dollars The cafeteria was pald for by having a Hallowe en Carnival Saturday Sales a Parcel Post sale liberal donations from c1t1 zens of the city he1p1ng wlth the Chamber of Commerce ban quet and serving luncheon at the Basket Ball Tournament The organization is very proud of the way in which its membership was increased They started with eight or nine iegular members and they now have twenty or thirty mem be1s One of the last moves they have made has been ln Joming the Mother s Congress which keeps them supplied Wlth materlal for programs The P T A now has plans for obtalnmg a library for the school and they have been g1v1ng educational pictures to the room which has the most representation of mothers at the meetlngs K flfu I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I ffl ' I i . I . . I ' - . . . , . 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'I . . l'll"lHO"ll'I NWIINOYIHIHUWIHIIONIWOMCHIOQHOWIIQUIWIHIH , , lWOPO0l'I-O"l"O'lNl0O"ONIlO"l"llONl0I'l"lFllI'l'O'l" N I THE HESPER STAFF , I J I 1 I - I I RICHARD STOVALL - - Business Manager ' BEN P. AYRES - - Editor-in-Chief I ARVIL SMITH - - Literary Editor ' A KATE STYLES ' - - Athletic Editor : VELMA NELSON - - Society Editor i I HERBERT SIMS - - Cartoonist I HAZEL MASSIE - ---- Art Editor : LOUISE STEEN - - - Freshman Representative I RUTH JENKINS - - Sophomore Representative HENRY BOSLEY - - Junior Representative i , I : Q ..........,.............w.........,.........,.t.twm , ....,.t.n..............,......-.....,.......u I , I I I I Fifty'Four -l.l'llI' .III- -III ii- l l lll x I I-IIIII"4Awffff! W W J lllllllllgfyfW,Mg9fff lllllllll I I I I I I I I 1 ' l I I I I I I I I ' I I - I ' I I I I . I A X ,lf flly-if ,M X Ef.,,,,,,, f I A ! ,2'.4iiii37j4gy' ,,+5j j,1 g5ifgf',K 9 I lllf I , L1f'.2..1f A .f 1 J, ' :f.-. r I SOCIAL CALENDAR l l uc-rr-gekucfsa I I . Football Banquet I On Thanksgiving Day a banquet Was given by the Senior I Class in honor of the football team. The hall was very taste- fully decorated, in Green and White, the School colors, with l menus following out the color scheme. A large number of I students and citizens of the town attended. Various promi- nent citizens of the town made speeches. I I IuniorfSenior Banquet I On April 18, the Juniors entertained the Seniors at the I Andrew's Ward Gymnasium, with the annual banquet. It was the most elaborate event of the social season. The Senior I class colors, Pink and Green, were carried out throughout the I affair. The banquet hall was tastefully decorated in crepe paper and flowers. Toasts were given to the "Passing Senior I Class" and the "Coming Senior Class." The merriment waxed I I high until a late hour of the night, or morning, when the crowing of the roosters reminded the revelers of the approach I of dawn. This entertainment surpassed all previous ones. I We offer a toast to the Senior Class of '28. . I - ,l - k Fifty-Six I J Ill-lllll Xu-44 'I II- -l l llllIlIlV . IIIIIIIII 5 .... .... ........ I ' 3 32 n I I I I I I Announcement I I We the Hesper Staff announce The Most Popular G1r1 and Boy of Floydada I-hgh School KATE STILES and JACK de CORDOVA FfyS ' X , I . I I I . . - I ' n I - 1 1 I . I I . I I v . ' I ' I ' I ' I n I I I A . ' I I I o I I I I I I I ' I W Q ' I o I I o ' I I ' ,l'f1f'-'viwwg ffc if ' ww J I 'I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Y 2 5 1 W I ,Q K K ll H vu r i u 'u if I i u i THE C. C. C. CLUB . , il 1 M ' - I H' I ., 1 1 1 J :H '1 i X 4 l N! I ilk! L Al 1 J! ll I: ,v I V, N I i 1 , '1 E 1 J i N f Q 'I N , ' 1 N 1 X1 xl ll ' I I 1 1 H n , w 'W 9 g F' n q .I ' 5 q l 4. - WWW W W HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA X l . ,WF-"f1fM 1 gsm V ' Y ' i - -. .I I - I i 1 .1 1 1 , l 1 n 1 I I W1 iff, Ns-1--..- ..... ....... N The Boy s and G1rl s Debatlng Team have been unusually successful thls year The Boy s Team Elma Cummlngs and R V Husky defeated the Crosbyton Team and also the Plaln vlew Team 1n practlce debates The Glrl s Team defeated the Pla1nv1eW G111 s Team at the same t1me Kathryne Swlft and Olhe Belle Collms make up the G1rl s Team Sxxty One J I I I I I I I I I ,,lyjV,.fgfg4 M., l I I I I I I I I I I l . I , . , . I .. ' ., .I I D . , - I v . . . 0 , . . ' . I . I I I I I F I I I I , I I . I 1 , ,yff 1 1212 ll',V'l 11 ,lf :lf . I I T laal ll l" T I ' I I I I I I I I ll alll'flll Alll A I I I I I I '1 lllllllll F. llllllll ll l ll ll K Ssxty Two HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF '27 . Q Although the Class of '27 has not been a large class, it has always made up for this by its success. As Freshmen we had fortyfsix members enrolled. Kate Stiles served as president in our Freshman year. She was also our Representative on the Hesper Staff. Our class,colors were purple and gold. The Class in the Sophomore year numbered fortyfsix. Hazel Massie was elected president and Fred Jones Secretary-Treasurer. Thelda Mickey served as Sophomore representative on the Hesper Staff. In the Junior Class, we adopted the colors, "Blue and White," and the motto "Knowledge is4P,owc-r." The following officers were elected: KATE STILES Preszdent FRANCES KINNARD Vuce Presrdem JACK SIMS Treasurer As IS customary we entertained the Senior Class with a party at the home of Georgle Lee Assiter The enrollment of the Sen1or Class numbered forty three The fol lowing officers were elected Allen Berry president RIchard Stovall vice presi dent Margaret Henson secretary treasurer and Roy Swain sergeant at arms For the second time In school history an Annual was published on an odd year The following staff was chosen BEN AYRES Edrror m Clue WILLIE B MAY Asszsmm Edzror RICHARD STOVALL Busmess Manager Atl1letIc Editor Art Editor Cartoomst Soczety Edztor Literary Editor KATE STILFS HAZEL MASSIE HERBERT SIMS VELMA NELSON ARVII. SMITI-I HENRY BOSLEY RUTH JENKINS GOLDEN LOUISE Class Representatives STEEN ff-M195-4-1 X l-l.l- I ff 'fffyllll "'l Y 4 4 4 1 4 4 l . 4 4 4 ' 4 ' 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 . ,... ' H 4 . a Z , ' - , ' , ' ' - ' 3 . , . , , . ' ,' , ' f I 1 f f - 4 ' ' I , .,., ' ' 4 4 4 4 4 l 4 ' . . ' A 'A W ' fr x 47' I- x ' fl" ,,,,' ' , if , - f , A Iy,, 1 ,reg,If,f:fffpf gfyvf A I W fI,f:sW1fiiuI-r:'ffAw21ffvf, J I I I I I I I ,gif Ig I I I I I " I I l I I -fgf' 'flfmiirzafo Aff I. l I l 1. - , H,--MMWAH ww W ,fy 131 MM W H HESPED . H w :-1-V--- -'Y ,fly W ,., .. .m,....1,,,:m,g,,,,u,,w . :- mHi,g,J,g- lg gi KH 4 E, I , H 2 , i, H H 4 i if 'U We H fu e ' l ., W HIGH SCHOOL QUARTETTE Q HOLMES MITCHELL WEBB MARSHALL Mxss MILLER, Coach ' - Q H Q HS' H 5, 6 H i I I 1 N I H Y , H l : I H IH HH ' 1 X L, -. W, ,. HIGH SCHOOL CHORAL CLUB H 9 Y W I I L 4' 9 Tl I ' 1 N u ff? ,QM Sixty' :ree X -V I V , ' YI V " . . I . ' ' I w f- V- "'1i'1,fXiiwfji'.WW"WL45742 SN"-i,"'A:b:iir4:L! ' , I ' A A A ,I g 9, , -'.Zf5.S'ifl !iL135l+f4-MifLl!5??" , .- 'Li ., i W, . f i, ' ii . ,Q f' -r . ff - -,,5t'!e,:,,4+' li lllll7L . lill l lllll : I I I I E be I I I : I Ll l I I ll I' L HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS TENNIQ CLUB HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TFNNIQ CLUB f 1 0 ' I I .L ' L , L ' . I 1 L I 3 - I L l I l I L l I . I I I I I g I L I i . X I l i - . .,'fQ TJ',fQ,,,, I l 1 Myr on? I L"' 0 I I LL I I J I I Il I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Y ' W 1 . ,, V! "v. 5f'j'?4,'x - - ' " - I I I I I I I I I 7f,f,WM I L I I I I I I I I ' " 'I ' ' - JY' f f tx ! COOKING CLASS I " . X W f I I HOME ECONOMICS H P ' :I I II IIS yi 'g,IO OO, If gigggglg-I OQOE !I!fiiLOr15f . 1, ' I i , - R SEWING CLASS Om I - - O 1. -' ' + Y IfrffWWmWVWW'O--.-.?Wf ' N I ' . O I ' f l I I I If I I Nw, .nnn Il l' - nnn uuun E unulunlu I I .-.- E ctltbletic +'+-+- E -we-+ Section E i I I To Coach Ike Jay and I. C. Wester, I I 'the Athletic Section of the Hesper I ' '27 is dedicated. I I I I l I l 2 E l - - I ' I l , I - Simy-Six' - I-I-I-Ill' l'l'l'l'l' Coaches Ike Jay and T C Weste1 U S Marshall Won trophy by popular vote of clty as most valuable football player of the season Captam Swam presents to Captam elect Whlte the plg sk1n W1th the plg Skln Captam Swaln glves up four years of wonderful playmg and sportsmanslup Swam has been the C011'1eI'St0I1e of the team for foul years Sixty Seven J I I I I I I I I I ,f,jfjMi4,,f f . I I I I I I I I I V ' I I I I I I I I I I I . 1 . . '. I I I I . . , . , - I . I I ' I I . . . . . - I . . . . . . . . ' . ' I I . . . . P - I R 1 ' l I I I ' I I I I I ' '1"l f',, 2 if ll' Q ,rl'r,Q 1 . ' I lllt :Wl!'f51g1i:f1ffiff??5l tl.tfl ,V I I I I I I I I I I I lag l"' I I I I I I I I I L J ESPED 1 W ROY fSn1peJ SWAIN Tackle 4years Captain 26 Welght 170 A D WHITE Rzght Half 2 years Captaln elect Welght 148 BUSTER EUBANKS Quarterback 1 year Welght 148 JACK DE CORDOVA Left Guard 2 years Welght 165 SIXI5 Ezghc f . -sf' , '. ff., ,gf I I I I l I I I I ff.p3,T, , - l l l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I , I I I I 1 I I u . . ' ...... I ' . , o . I I I . ------- . I . ' . ' ' I I I ' ' f ' ' I . ' ' I 1 I I - - 1 - - I y ' ' I , I . . 1 y ava' 411411 , 1 " . , I-afaa, 1 I I 4 f f ' ff I I I I I I I I IIIIIIII . I IIIIIII .... .... ...... N U S MARSHALL Full Back Most V aluable Player 26 2 years We1ght 176 BOB GAITHER Guard 1 year Welght 184 HENRY BOSLEH Right End 3 years We1ght 170 J R BORUM Left Tackle years Welght 161 1 Sixty Nme J III I f4 I III I I I ' I ' I I I 1 . . ------ I I ' , 1 I - I I I I I ' . I ' ' I I I I I y ' ' ' ' .' ' ' I I I I I I . . 9- - - u - - . -, . I . 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' ' H - g 1 1 I ll Q ljl I I. l I ll l I I l W 3 l 5 ,AW ., .. , , .. -Q lllllllll If l l lllll 1 w f lf! IW, - f Zvi f ,I Seventy 'Three -J f '4A' I I I I I I I I I if. I 4 l l I l l I 5 If I I 1 I . 1 I I , I . I I X , I , I I I I ' I .' 7'f'f7f'iMW?"1i,l? ,f fy gf ,gf V, . I , I - III IIIIIIQZ-Q!f,fWjfff IIIIIIIIII I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . I IIIIIIIIIIIXIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII ll ll Illllll Ill I . l SEASON RECORD OF FOOTBALL GAMES ' - FLOYDADA, 6 -------- PLAINVIEW, 14 I FLOYD-ADA, 20 - - TAHOKA, 0 I FLOYDADA, 16 - - LOCKNEY, 2 I FLOYDADA, 20 - - RALLS, 6 l FLOYDADA, 14 - - SPUR, 13 l FLOYDADA, 68 - - MATADOR, 0 ' I - FLOYDADA, 41 - - - TEXICO, 0 I FLOYDADA, 20 - - LITTLEFIELD, 0 I ' FLOYDADA, 19 - -I P SLATON, 8 I FLOYDADA, 0 - - ANSON, 17 I FLOYDADA, 28 ------- CLARENDON, O I The Football season of '26 was the most successful in A the athletic annals of the school. A total of 252 points were I made by the Whirlwinds, to 66 points scored by their oppo- I nents. I The red .letter day of the season was Thanksgiving Day, on which the Whirlwinds defeated Slaton for the Dis- . trict Championship. We not only won the District Championship, but also I P defeated Clarendon for the Bi-District Championship, for the I first time in the history of the team. ' l 6 I I I IIII Ill llll I I I I I I IIII ll .ll I I IIIIIII I IIIIIIII I I III I I I Ill IIIII I Illl I II - I I . I I : SeventyfFou'r I I - I I . - I I I I I lllll lllllll xg--14 1, RoY SWAIN 4 years. Center JOHN EDWARDS Captain 3 years Forward J ACK DE CORDOVA 2 years Forward TRUMAN WEBB 1 year Forward BUSTER EUBANKS 2 years Forwald f 'ff vyyaff, llllllllllfw! fy llll l VI' ff f f I . I I I I ' ' I I I . , I . I I I . . I I I a I I I I I a 'a,er rfir 1 rrsr 1ry,a I I I I I I I I I r'r' , I I I I I I I I I j PIKE HANNA 1 year. Guard JIM CARTER 2 years. Guard U. S. MARSHALL 2 years. Center ' HENRY BosLEY 2 years. Guard SANFORD SHAW 1 year. Guard l MISS PEARL WEST Coach I Miss West has served her first . I year Gir.1s' Basketball Coach in F. H. S. She has made splendid l progress with material, most of I which was raw. FRAINCIS KINNARD 1 5 ear J umplng Center MILDRED DANIEL Captain 2 yeals Forwaid KATE STILES Captam 25 4 years Forward K If Seventy Seven I.-ll-lgsfgdffff ' IIIIIII I W .V V559 1':2il1T'7'f ff' i?1':f,r- 551' y ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I " - I . - 1 r , ' I I I - 1 A - v I . ' I I I . l , , I . I 1 I I I s I I a I - A rhh ,ii.ai . i I s '11 " ,, ,f ij I l rg r"'r f'r' r "'fff!j fI I .... . .' . . .L . . . . . . A LOIS HANCOCK lyear. Guard OLLIE BELLE COLLINS 1 year. Running Center LOIS HILL 1 year Forward CORA LEE SHERILL 1 yeal Guard MILDRED TEEPLE 1 year Center Seventy Eight I I I ,V MII I I I I I I I I K I I I I I I I I gill- I !'J5,fj,',4Lj,fQfi3,3-jj4:1'.zf,1,ff I I I I I I I I I I v-n-' f 1 J ' ' I I I I - I I I I ' I I I I I I ' '. ' I I I I I 1 I I ' ' l I I I I I I I I I A I I I I I . I V ,f,'l ff .- , - I E ' ' -1 .L f E1n1 1 J I 'I I I I I I I V 'ff Q7 'f" f ."' f',fi4:'fL',ffg I ' IKE JAY Coach Coach Jay has Worked falth fully and tlrelessly ln the 1nte1 est of the team th1S yea1 CLARENCE ASHTON 1 year P1tCh6I' Sm CARTER 1 year Outfield JACK DE CORDOVA 2 years. Outiield PIKE HANNA 1 r. Infi ld . I V yea e I I 1 I I I I - I I I I . y I ' , eyy, y fi 'Yjiiil "1e yy' f"af'. 1-,y , Seventy'Nine I ' 1 I I I I I I I I '113 I I I I I I I I I I' I I I I I I I I I faefef , I I I I I I I I I " I I I' I-lr III I I I N I I y . I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I-I-IIIII I - K Eighty HOWARD WELBORN 1 year. 3rd Base I HENRY BOSLEY Captain Syears. Catcher OLIVER HOLMES D 1 year. Utility Man HEARON WRIGHT 1 year. 3rd Base Doc DE CORDOVA 1 year. Outfield L...- '. . " ' I-IESPED . . '.'. .'.' . JIM S. CARTER I - 2 years. 2nd Base I I ' I I I I l I ROY SWAIN I 4 years. Outfield SANFORD SHAW 1 year Sholt Stop SEATON HOWARD 1 yeal Utlllty TED WILKERSON 2 vears Outfield Eughty One J f f I I ' I I - A : I . I I I A ' I I ' 1 I I I I .. I I I I A I I I I , . ' I I I I 'Q ' N ' . I I I I I I I I ' ,A 'A" " ' ' I 'I I I I I I I I I I 'f ' AA' A I I I I I I I I I I- I I I I I I I l l l'. , A' I I I I I I I I I x DN F'L'l'Sf Row WEBB BOSLEY SHAW SWAIN WILKERSON EDWARDS ASHTON ROBBINS S6C0'IZd R010 MOORE GRIGSBY DE CORDOVA LUTTRALL CARTER STII ES TERRY HOLLUMS Led by Captam Terry the track team of 27 had one of the most successful seasons 1n the hlstory of the Hlgh School Several trophles have been Won lncludlng the County Track Champlonshlp Cup Our school has been represented ln Track events at Austm for the past four years Clio K Eighty Two I I I l l 4, .,yJ I I I I I I 1 n u u u u T. I I I I I I I I I "' I I I . . ' 1 - J ! ! J i 1' , . - ' 1 3 1 ' J J 1 , , . I I , . . I i . . l l . I I I I I I 'J I I I , ' l I I I I . I - ' .2f4HriYf, J I ' ' -.,j1,'.' I . I ,' 1,7 ,?,ff.,f',I'f ,f'., 6 I 'l,Z:.:.,fl,' 4f!',,Y- . I I . . I I I I I I Y' " ' f' I f f ,ffl ,Q 1 f Information for Rural School Students and Parents - morn Floydada is proud of the fact that many of her grad- uates each year are pupils who come from the rural schools to complete their work. As a rule these pupils are among the best in the class. Occasionally, of course, we find that there are some that are not able to keep up with the- class, but that is no reflection necessarily upon the school that they come from, as we find frequently that some of our own stu- dents promoted to a higher grade are failures in the new work. We give credit for practically all work done in the rural schools if the pupil makes good in the grade we classify him in. It is not our rule to put a pupil back a grade when he enters here because he comes from a rural school How ever all students are taken on trial and given a reasonable length of time to make good and then if they show they are classified too high we advise them to take up a lower grade of work Students entering Floydada High Schools for the first time must bring either a statement of the work completed and the grades made or the report card showing their record If a student wishes to enter the eighth grade he should bring a card or statement s1gned by his former teacher show ing that he has satisfactorily completed the work of the sev enth grade or his report card A student wishing to enter the ninth grade should pre sent four units of elghth grade work including Engl1sh His tory and Algebra The fourth un1t may be elther Latin Span ish Physlcal Geography and Physiology Agriculture I or General Sclence However not many rural schools are equipped to do very much laboratory work 1n General Sclence To enter the tenth grade Cand we advise that all stu dents expecting to go to college after graduatlon here should do both tenth and eleventh grade work in an afflllated high schooll a student should present eight credits lncludlng two years English with outside readings two years History two years Algebra and either two years Latin Spanish or Gen eral Sclence and Commercial Geography and Buslness Arlth metic or one unit of Agriculture We do not recognize cred its ln Science above the eight grade in rural schools because they are not equlpped to do any laboratory work To enter the eleventh grade a student must present twelve credlts including three years Engl1sh with outslde ff - , . . ' - 9 7 l 1 I - , ., . . . , . '. u. , 1. - I 0 . U 0 , - Y . Q ' Y 0 Q. , Q I , - , Q Q J Q l ' , . I . u , I I , l , 1 , I I - , . . . - l - S49'f1l'y2:f17fl"' ,Stiff f X V I Eighty Three J .LI-" . -'ff-F.'1'f'f:'i'f'li5'7'7c',"fif' thi . -,ali 1, ' f ' - I I I I I I I I I I I I In .. ,gygyf fx I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 -"r 4 I I I I I I I I I Y readings, three years History, and three years Mathematics, including two years Algebra and one year Plane Geometry. The other three units may be composed of electives such as Latin, two yearsg Spanish, two yearsg General Science, one year: Agriculture, one year: Physical Geography, one-half yearg Physiology, one-half year: Business Arithmetic, one- half-yearg Commercial Geography, one-half yearg or any otherisubject in the State course of study in which satisfac- tory work can be done in the school from which the student comes. Requirements for Graduation A student must complete satisfactorily sixteen units of high school work, and in 1928 must have one full unit of extra- curricular work in addition to his regular class work. How- ever, the student has the privilege of substituting regular class work for the extra curricular work. But he must have a total of seventeen units. The extra-curricular work will be increased until in 1930 eighteen units will be required for graduation The iequired work includes English 4 units History 3 units Mathematics 3 units The six elective units may be selected from the following work in our school or if offered in your school will be recognized if recommended by the County Superintendent Latin 2 units Spanish 2 units General Science 1 unit Agriculture one or one-half unit Physical Geography one half unit Physiology one half unit Commercial Geographv one-half' unit Business Arithmetic one half unit Civics one half unit Economics one-half' unit Home Economics 2 units Bookkeeping one unit Typewrit mg one half' unit Shorthand one half un1t Commercial Law one half un1t Chemistry one unit Physics one un1t Solid Geometry one half un1t Trigonometry one half unit Extra Curricular Work In an attempt to interest students in something of so cial value to them and to bring them in contact with the pub lic in some manner we are requiring one half un1t of extra curricular work each year in High School Since students vary in their likes and dislikes we offer a Wide range of activ lt1BS in order to find something that will interest all and make them feel like they aie a part of the school and are doing something that will benefit them as individuals and the school as an institution We are proud of Floydada High and the records made by its students and are proud of the excellent school spirit and loyalty of the student body Many of the honors brought to the school are brought by students from the rural schools in attendance here The athletic teams de bate teams basketball teams Boy s Quartet Girl s Glee Club I . I I 1 I , I I , , 3 , I I I I ! . ' . . : I . , . 3 . , . u g . I I l P . . g - ' - . I , , I 1 , I 0 , 1 I I . , I : 1 I , - . - . . Y . Y . l . I 0 . Y I 1 , : , I Q I - ' ' . - 3 . ' 'I .Q . . ' " 9 . v . 1 1 . Q 1 ' 3 J ' ' I . . K . . - , - . , - - , . , 1 I I - D 1 S ' I I 7 ! I - A, -., K E1ghtyFou1 -fly. N If J - I I I I I I I I I I I I I I K I I I I I I I I I -'gf' y'.f'f1:'mfAyz I I I I I I I I I Y V ' , orchestra, tennis teams, volley ball teams and, in fact, all the teams representing the school have students from the rural schools on them. The following credits are offered for par- ticipation in extra-curricular activities: Football, wg Basketball, Wg Tennis, Mig Volley Ball, M4, 3 Track, three entries, V33 Baseball, V23 Pep Squad, My De- bate, Vzg Dramatic Club, ML, Commercial Club, My Spelling Contest, My or Mg 3 Boy's or Girl's Club work, Mi, As other activities are added due credit for participation will be given. Tuition Charges Q The cost to Floydada Independent School for each high school pupil for teacher's salary alone is about fifty dollars. Counting operating expenses such as janitor's wages, sup- plies, fuel and incidentals, the cost per pupil will run about sixty dollars in high school. Since this cost is so high the school board is compelled to charge tuition for these pupils who are not permanent residents of. this districtg We charge tuition at the rate of five dollars per month in high school for non residents which is slightly belovs cost to the District If a student transfers he is given credit for his State and Coun ty money which pays about three months tuition The re mainder of course must be paid by the student Advice to Parents It IS our experience that those pupils who stay at home with their parents and come from home each day do more satisfactory work here than those who board 1n town Unless closely supeivlsed the student boarding here wastes the time around on the st1 eets that he would spend going and coming fiom home As a rule high school students need the home in fluence and if turned loose on the streets at then age they may take up habits and form acquaintances that will detract from their school woik Hence wherever possible we advise that parents arrange to send then children from home each day and even though it may seem a little more expensive it will save you money ln the long lun We have a number of students who are paying both their board and tuition by working before and after school hours They do Just as good school work as those who have no duties fo1 they use the time that most of the students waste Idleness is the th1n0' that we urge you to guard against when sending youi child to town If you can keep him busy you need not worry for he will get along alright vcafexfw-:al - . , . . D . n U .T . . . . Q , 0 1 - 9 . - " 1 1 N - 1 . , .I . l . , a h - . u . n Za I ' l rl . 0 , . p Y,,,, . , I - rf" it f , ,7 E hr Fwe X ,-"J: 'yt' ig y J u n n n n u u I ,I I I I I I I I I I f7'rf"ff' AJ"V'f TH.-'ff H' f',:l "4..,,1,, ml ,.11il7f'fI'l 33,1 AL", I ' 'II'-'Il-lffffffffffipz IIII ll llll-lr I SENIOR CLASS WILL I , 4, - I . We, the Senior Class of Floydada High School, 1927, being of sound mind, do hereby I 1 make this, our last will and testament as follows: J.. C. Ainsworth devises and bequeaths his title as sheik of the Senior Class to Will Martin, I as the one most fitted to carry on the banner. Henry Bollman bequeathes his taxi service, to and from the High School, to "Uncle" - jim Carter, with the special injunction to carry not less than twelve fares at each trip. Ben Ayres leaves his position as Camelfherder to N. B. Stansell, who has done so much - in the interest of the herd. Oliver Holmes leaves his title of Sensation Boy, the Champion Hog-Caller of Hill Top I Farms, to Truman Webb. Roy Swain bequeathes his sack, crumbs and other snipe catching apparatus, as well as . his tonsorial interests, to A. D. White. h fRichard Stovall leaves his Title of "The Senior Class", including all the prerequisites P t ere , to Hen Bos ey. - flgack Sims rlliequeathes his cleaning and pressing cab, including cigar stumps and punch I boards, to Doc de Cordova, with the injunction that he refrain from Courting in the delivery ' 'cab on school nights. , Willie B. QSweetwater Williej May leaves his position of proprietor of the High School I Lunch Counter, including the Buzzy Bar concession Cif you get the Buzzy Bar with the star, you get another freej, to Grapes Green.. I I Elma Cummings leaves his oratorical powers to R. V. Huskey. W. Alberto Massie leaves his real estate interests and wholesale business to R. C. Scott. . Herbert flsaac or Yamj Sims leaves his position as prune peddler of the Star Cash Grocery to Llo d- Bedford. - yMobley McMurry and Opal Jones leave their courtship, and romance, to John Edwards I I and Ollie Belle Collins, with special advice as to the suitableness of the bookkeeping room for such occu ations. ' Reg. A. D. Moore leaves his position as librarian to Robyn Swinson, but excludes Roy Swain. W Randolph Wilson leaves his position as chief milker to Joe Carleton. I Velma Nelson and Hazel Massie leave their sparking privileges to Evelyn Maddox and Genave Shipley, including their motto, "Sudden Service." I Deane Smith leaves her right to sing "Knee Deep in Daisies" to Doris Smith. Kathryne Swift, and Francis Kinnard leave their privilege of vamping uonfresident Cow I Boys to Mary Helen Johnson and Corinne Orsburne. Thelma Swain leaves her surplus height to Robbie Archer, as the one most deserving it. . Mamie Carson leaves a dent in Grape Green's heart. Buford KSparkyJ Terry leaves his position as "King of the Turf" to Weldon Moore. - Daisy Lee Gresham leaves her position as "Aunt Daisy" and her incontrollable risi' ' bilities to Ila Wright. , Kathryn Walker and Helen Hardy leave their positions of chaperone and nance, respec' tively, of Buster Eubanks, to the ones who can fulfill the requirements of such an exacting I position. e To the Juniors we bequeath the right to wear Caps and Gowns. To the Sophomores we leave the right to cut classes, accumulate demerits, harass the I faculty, and have a good time in general at the the expense of the rest of the school. To the Faculty, we leave our magnihcent self'control, our charity, our good behavior, I and we hope they may use these forever, in the interest of posterity. To the Sophomores we also leave the right to publish another annual, and may God have I , mercy on their souls, and the student body stay behind them. To Miss Miller we leave the Essex Agency, and Truman Webb. I Witness our official hand at Floydada, Texas, this 13th day of May, 1927. I THE SENIOR CLASS. I . K Eighty-Six I H..-'II'-.I l'I.l-l.l.l -.-.-"W X . , N I I . D " : 5 I-'A IL T0 ' 2 HEAD 0019 ADVERTISEMENTS Xa xxx , X X E X XXX QR I I I 'LX xx X +C'5'N X E I I I I I ul F-llnulnuuunllnnnllllll l-A f ' I l f ' l I - . I l I A . l l l l . I ws 31 -1.-Figl:-FE55., '-'. , A ,- w hkm1liInlnHwfI!,-55? l I - . -- . ' wi ', , -l ' EQ 2 7 - fx I X. wx 'Xl' - ' A 5 .- - Wg. N S A I ,,, W l ' k I I f nmnnuunnu r ll l lll E lllll ll ulul N T, T S T w 7 . +1 OOTHE' 1 A : 2 --'-2MP?3'+- ' 2 l I ' I Q Ifsff, T l Q , K: -THE FLOUR and S 1 I 0 -THE MILK and Q I -THE BUTTER and 2 T : -THE SUGAR and Q I -THE SALT and 53 . 2 -THE YEAST and ff' I QQ -THE PROPORTIONS and I Q -THE PROCESS I 5 That Make g : "Boothe's Quality Bread" Q I 5 . I K2 --wr-as-TT?'sfs+ I Q E. E. Boothe Bakery 8: Confectionery Q, I . n . 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K Smallest, lightest, and most compact Q I J of standard keyboard portables, is it Q any wonder If IS the recognized K, leader in sales and popularity? - G The Recognized Leader in Terms as low as .810 down I Sales and Popularity and 55 l110I1fllLy. ' See Them at Q-, I HESPERIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY ij FLOYDADA, TEXAS 2 I I . I J l I I I I I I I , I I I I I I I I-I I I I' J . . .. l I if 'T T E 2 Q 2 E 2 5 2 2 S ,mi 63:"b.62'4Qy?QB.fNQv.?4Qv.?fQfNQ,s?fQy.?fQv.GNEf.?4E:f.?4Q7s?fb.?'Qf.?fQ,f,?fGy.6:'Qv.?'Qf w:9 FTm:9fQe'Fbe'Qae9"5k0AbkQFQ:dQe:9FQag95Q6Z5k:9f5k F0663 k:D FD Dr Srmth and Sm1th Samtarlum Surgzcal Cases Only F loydada Texas s9Vi:IJ5Q aJ5gDa:9Fi:J9Q.e99QQJ9Q.e79Q 'BQQVQ Sb - , QM in Qg,,fy: f fyw, 77 I I I I I I I I I I W I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I :ZzfWf,QfffQyf I I I I I I I I I ' I . I I . I u' I - . I . . . . I . I 9 ' I I , .. - I V . I I I . I 1 I SQ. . . . Q: I . Af,f, f1'1 1 2 fj 1"' , .f11f,f'-',4:fw I . : K My Ninctyffhfec J f ' ', vnvv' l llll ll llI l , l uuul C. R. HOUSTCN CO. I I I 2 I 96345 5659 :':J9Q:: :JKD .G:'4Q-16210:-c?'f9 Q Dry Goods fi .?fQy Qjnfx THE STGRE OF SERVICE AND WITH DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE S3624 549.624 I I I I I " I I I . I I I I - I I I I I I I . l we I I I I I I I I I I Q I I I I I I I I . I I , I f ' Qiivff-if 1, X . - , A ' , 1,', lv' - Nmety Four Al::..J,"' I, , J - I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I - - I . L-AEI" 1 ',." li V4,' , 7, JfLL.siLpgLl!":'7f4m'7 , I - I I I I . . I A A A 'E "' A I 634b4?5bc6:NQ:1?'Qvs6A2Q::i?9?Q:c67NQz6:I4Q:c?b:G2f962lb:6z'Q:-i?Qvs?E153 - BAKER-HANNA an Co. ' I A for ' 'QaJ5Qa:J94:D.s?i:::9VQ:JVi:J :Jia S?fQ:sGNbs?4Q7:?'EfNQ1:?4Qys?4Qf?NQn?NQ7e?fQv:f4 'Qv:'L'ViaJfiaJ9aDaJ54D:e:95Qrc9Qzw1J'4Qa:05'cD:J?:J'Q:J5'Q:J l l l l I I I STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, I I LADIES' READYfTOfWEAR, HOSE, tf ' ' MILLINERY, SILK. UNDERWEAR F ' AND NOTIONS , - I -With a complete line of Ladies', Misses', f' I Children's and Infant's Shoes I MEN AND YOUNG MEN S FURNISHINGS- A complete lme of Men s and Boys Dress and Work Shoes the best grade of Work Olothmg from the least to the largest e Sell for Cash Hence Sell for Less BAKER I-IANNA 8: CO Where Most People Trade F iii I . I -I V I I ' I I . - I I ' ' ' V ' 1 1 - I I I . ' I I I - '- . I I . I ' , ' I A I I , rar ' I I I . I H 0 rr ' I I as . ' - I I I I I . , I ' I I . I I ' fag llll . . I I X A U"'N,".4fQgI'f,., Nmety- we rj - f ' ' Q," ' ,',, f, if ,ICI "'l7f,'w" ,' f, 170, I I I I I I I I I Il ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I I I ll I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ..... I . . - , Q 'Les?4bs?fQ7c?'bfs?'br?'Qn?f9?'bs?'Q,s?'Q:c?'Q:sF9GA'Qys?fQvsfNQ:-.3 I 9 6 I , Plainview Business College I . . . . 'A 18 years experlence ln training young men PLAINVIEW, TEXAS Q The HigbfC-wade School for HighfGrade Students SEN IIII 4-fgm 542' .-.QCL 53""4 Pe-S gui ...E OE gm 5 is LQ'-"S SET in 535' We M3 gm 'U SQ 2,5 .EQ 'Fw Q162' For Rates and Information Write i : Plainview Business College I. E. WATSON, President I P. O. Box 217 PLAINVIEW, TEXAS I Q i - ii? Qx57Qk934D:JV:Dk95x95Qaw95Qa:95Qk05Qk93gDQViQViQyQN93gDzJ5'QG ' I THERFZS A REASON D I When you wonder why we don't getvsome new jokes, just remember that there are only seven jokes in the wide world and' every paper in ,the country I tries to get six of them every issue. I A. D.-"UI had a good time last night at Velma's party." JACK'--"Did you? Who all were there?" I A. D.---"Velma and I." I She was only a farmer's daughter but, oh, how she harvested me! HERBERT'-f"It's shaky business." I RICHARD"'.sWh3t is?" I HERBEarm"P1aying with dice." I I MOTTO FOR GIRLS"'A kiss in time saves nine miles walk. , HELEN-'f"There is, something I like about you." I 5 BUSTER"'t'Wh3t?" 1 HBLENw"Me." I She was only a Miner's daughter, but she certainly was a good goldfdigger. I "who killed cock-robin?" "Me," said the sparrow. "Wid my little gat I shot him full of lead, and I I'll do the same thing fer any other high hat boird dat comes nosin' around de h end of Chicago. I sout , I l K Ni11ety'Six J I V I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J 5 2 2 l 2 2 l 2 2 5Qr:9' PRGTEC TS YO UM QaJ34i:e:9fQJ Years of study and experlence ID the productlon of hlgh school and college annuals enables us to render you a SCFVICC ln the productlon of your year book whlch 1S not obtamcd IH the ordmary prlntlng plant Our work has always been of such lugh standard that we have never falled to secure a - renewal contract. - I Consult Us Before Letting the Printing Contract t . on Your Next Annual. r I t fiwyu I l ' I' Thatcher Printing Cog ' I E 713 Austin Sfreei' Plainview, Texas l . I I I Q we-Jfqseofn Knkavro 9 . in :My I , ,:?"yw f',yff W.,-'QV' Ninety-Seven J x I - . H f-' l f' fxl""f5-" f',11'ff"'w'l,f'l' ff I l l I I l I I I l I -ff-:1"Qifjf,eff I I I I I I I I I t I l I I I I I I I I I B I I I I IlnulnlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIX , all , -I E .' .?'4Ef ?Qy 3655451 - . , Il 2 : , - w 5 " III I: S :- ' 55 E735 +I' 4' 5 ' Q Ei 331 . Q Q E- .' U1 ll, . .ly , -y . 'L . . f Il ' I IIIIIIIIllrllylillIlI,I,I,IfIlily lllll ll lllnllll vJ'QzJ'cD E9 II-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIN A XY-I' ' nl , U , I I I I -l ,. ' , I . 'I - . -N ' , Q . .SE 3 ' -U 5 -. TTI . ' ' ln- ' I' I ' -L . -A tl - I I 'l Fosen Y-Q' " -I I T-I S I -I as Xl IIIIIIIIIIAIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIV 6ErF4L1?Nbo?'Es?bs 'Qvs?fbo?4Qz?5'bs FOR Old L1ne F1re Insurance Southland Llfe Insurance and Flo dada Mutual Llfe Insurance-See Y FLOYDADA E P Taxns iQrJ5'Qw:9 54ba954DaJ'QQFDx574i::0'4b:Q'Q STANLEY S BARBER SHOP I I We Cater to Those Who Deszfre Sermce H R STANLEY Propmwr QFRQVQ. ,'QxQ9 w95Q:J9Qx55Q6 CB E4?NQ:1?Nb:?'Q:c?'Qv: ?'Qx?4Q7s?fQ:t?4B-:?4b1?fQ7:?4bc?2Q7 Q3 The Hesper Staff of 27 Wish to Express our Apprecxatno to the Business and Professxonal Men who have so falthfully stood behmd us In the pubhshmg of thus the Fxfth Volume of the Hesper We ask for them the support of our readers ' THE STAFF 27 5QQ'Q.JFi:eJ5QzJV5.w93Q:J5Qe'QaJ VQNBFT, EE' sig b4?'bs?fbs?fEx?fb1 A ?"Qy. 63 To Be Ready To Sefrfve You Your Electric Company must keep ahead I of Floydadafs Growth Publlc Servlce carries with it the obllga- tion to serve instantly. I K TEXAS UTILITIES COMPANY : I fl? :D.65Qe5:0k.-9' . aJ,4D:Q3QzJ'Q ET? l I ' 4 , If H, H, - . . f x . k Ninety-Eight I, ayg,j.gLL3',1' mif ffyjyy J - h A' -'Aff'ML,,jLfgf1':f'g3'd,7 ',-A '72 'ty ' I Il l l l l l l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I l I l l gif7iy1gn,mpf,4Q,f331Zfffwf , l l I l I l l I I -' w-lsr' ' ' W f E l l: ...... -. ....... 2 52 KC' Q 2 Q S 3 Q 3 :f:06:Q5 I I Compliments of : Higginbotham-Bartlett Co. I Builders Sefrfvice Complete ?'4Qz..?fS.6:'f 9.6225 S?f 5 S KL Q.e:955DaJ55Dk:9fQ:QQ3 E2 Q:-JADPQJ I E:FYQ,sGNb1?fb:fNQ:1fA'QnfNQvcfN'Q,:?'b1?2LnFNQy:?b4?fb4?'Q::?b C H DAVIS 53 5 '-4 5 +-I O I l'l'1 cn DIAMONDS SILVERWARE .C?2Q::?4Q:s6'14Qv :QD fQ:e99Q SING! 5 ca J C Q5 3 The Gzft That Lasts X N N ,f I I I I I I I I I t f I I I I I I I I I - , . I - A ' I 7' , ,, - I 0 I - - . U : . , I I I 'Rl , I I I . 9 I I , - I 1 I . fra I ' QP I . Q I :I-QDVN., F I "'V f '45 ,, ' - V L, vv.'1' yi,-'1I,MI Witty- int J X - ffff f l Lv. I I . g f,-1 J, 1"r',-My M' ,ff "iff y 0. I I I I s tlfl l few I I I I I f 1 Y 1-' l II ? 2? 5 l E S E l 5 Q I kfjfbae I I ' ' s BROTHERS ' .6245 S.?fEf.?-'S 36' Gaia QQ 2 2 S 25 s E 2 r Q I Q wFloydada's Biggest Cash Store I I I I A Dependable Merchandise Q I I ' Rightly Priced ' I I s ' 55 e r l I I E4 Your Frzendshzp and Patronage Appreczated CB 5s?'C:4?bc632Q:-4G'TaQ:,s6:N'Q:-c?Q:s4?bG?bs?Q:4fN QAFNQ7 5?- Another Year fi:Jik '-mth zts sprmg time and xts graduation days has come and w1ll soon be gone mto the realm of the past Happy days mostly these last ones of school and crowded wxth hours youll want for that golden memory book to look back upon m later years w1th a wlstful understandmg and tender humor Dont let these hours escape--wlthm the covers of your photograph album your Graduates Book keep a record of all the events that now are crowdmg thxck and fast Remember they wlll never come agam because the sands of time run swuft and there IS no turning back 54iad'Q:z9'FD Whatever you-r School Needs your Graduation Needs may be you wtll 'nd them here and with them our smcere and cordzal washes for your success South Pla1ngPlSrug Co ,Inc 'Qa:9Qae03Qae9 Hllluulnulnlnlllllllll I If . I . - N Q7cGNQf.6:'4 31.62" Q1 .6549 6353 I 0 .D , l r - 1 l . I . A A 'I l -Q , 1 'q 4- . I ' - KA, , 0 22 Th ' ' 'F ' s ss so - . r- . ' - L ' f -1 .' l - . - ' : . I Q . I - . l 5 -- xi . U - D 0 . 'U I g Q l -l 1- k ' X I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I OLEN B SCOTT Manager PLAINVIEW, TEXAS QL? :bQ1QzQ95Q:f:9'Qs9'Q.w:9'f:De95Qae:93QQ3Q:gD54DaJ94bsf:934be-D -be-.LVQQQ I O li nd a I I I ,,,.,-L. I l I l l ! 1 Q f' N IlIIlIIlINIl!lI IllllIllllllllllkllllllllkllllllll ll lllll IIIIIIII III IlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllli lllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIURJ ' I ff ",f"f " I K 'I One Hundred One ' I ,Wifi g'f?f",:f'f ,.'1I',,n5I:14'', I 1 I -I -III I -I I I I If I I I I I I III l l I II 4 fu l I l l I ! " li ill Il+ -1 -N , I I I W I I I E I I I I I " fffx f J . I II .ff J IIII lllllllll CB 5.?5oQ:1?'YQ:GCJR5 c2fQ,go22e,:6NfeAoAQvgGNQ:-ffNQ,gGSQ,gGb4Q,Q6Q7scFS'Q,16A'e ea We Wrzte All Lzfnes of Insurance and Wfrzte zt Rzght ELOYDADA INSURANCE AGENCY K, G C TUBBS PHONE 273 W H HENDERSON MewFREEcfNe,sfw,gfRQffEQ,1oAQ,goA'Q,fcAm,goAeAfSQ,gfw,ga2fQ,ffA'ef LOONEY S BARBER SHOP f I I I I r . O If A -' I IIIIIIIIII lllll lllll- I I P C N I : I I my 6. . . . . '14 I Q T - I Lb - I . . . . ' A I 'V . U . . . . . - K I I ' ' ' ci I gg Shave 20c Haircut 30c I I tb 'fwe Do it Right" I NORTH OF COURT HOUSE FLOYDADA, TEXAS I DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS I I E Washing and Greasing I I K2 P MOTOR SUPPLY COMPANY Q I HONE 96 E ROY L. SNODGRASS FLOYDADA, TEXAS 1 I A I , . . Q I Q ' ' 7 K - A Q I O 5 Qxzv ' ' 1 - o I L . X I . I I -. I Tl . ' R I k ff f , , U I I a - I . B . I I I . B ' ' I I I I I I I I I I H O POPE Ee? SON Sefrmce Ccws Electric Supplwes Q GAS AND OIL PHONE 23 2, 3'4"D63Qe9Viw954iQ54Da:95a:95Q:QVi:JV:Dk954i.J5QQfie55:b -fgbafiyig be624bs?f E654 S SNS? if Q 5 'Y S 2 CD k95:DzeL76k99QD:J :-J5:e:9f'TJaQg 39 6 5 5 74Q:Q9Qa::9fi:J5bag E Whe Fond Memory twrns d Bac th pages o mme We want to be remembered Amidst the pleasant thoughts Of High School Days- Clothzers for E Men 5 Ss' mm Q SQ 552' gm fam 'rr o Pi W UQ 5, 3' Q 3 if 5 Ns? :JG I? k:D' SOUTH Sum FLOYDADA FLOYDADA - 5- TEXAS ' I I I Zi:Q'L'7fQi7Qs:95':0.Q7':De54i:z95":D.xPfI? i'3'4be3Qeyi.6V:DQViaQ:SVia65'Q: 'Q YG! QQ I I - f O 3 fb m 42? 2 z D.. RF D.. '41 S Q I I I . -H ' Y'.+ywf'f1ff 0 I I I I I I I I I I Gil? lv .',5, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' L I 'qi' C C I IY A l l l l l .... I I I A Q Connect Your Home with a Reliable Drug Store- l I F loydada Drug Company, Inc. ' a ' I . The REXALL Store A I ea E? 62 E 2 Ll S 2 5 Sf' 2 2 tg I 5Q9ci::95Qa:9y:D :J 5 2 l 2 S is I Make Oar Store Your Store I I PHONE 51 C FLOYDADA, TEXAS I I AUTO TOURIST-"I clearly had the right of way when this man ran into me, and I yet you say I was to blame. - LOCAL COPf"You certainly was. I AUTOIST---Why? . I COP--'Because his father is mayor, his brother is chief of police, and I go with . his sister. . - WE LL SAY SO The best salesman on record is the fellow who sold the widow a two pants suit to bury her husband m 6QxGRe4GNE1?fQ7:?fBA?fb1?fbs?f9?4Q,c?'Q:fGN'b:?QbfsFNb:?R'Qn?b S23 DEMAND MISTLETOE ICE CREAM At Your Favoute Fountam It s a Food not a Fad Mfetletoe Butter Its Worth, the Dzfference AT ALL MARKETS MISTLETOE CREAMERIES PLAINVIEW TEXAS 'Q65QsJ3Q k9fD YQNJVQJQJBQQQJSQNJQG :Ji Lf 'gb 9 FORD' 9? gi? 2 Q S Cf v Q Cv S 'S E 5 'v E Q r in Z 5 Z QW an S EI ZS-D UH U1 :UB HO 5: E "EJ 23" is I5 2-OE ii gm in e-12 ee O H Q5 45 2 gs? ar, PS .GN bfr,-'h4b:t?4 QAIPQQ: 4DaQ5'fik:9'Q:JADa:-93 2 l S 5 2 2 Hzghest Qualzty and Lowest Pmces Guaranteed ff X Mama I ' A? WJ' 'fA7-Iwi' Q. 7 I I I I I I I I I All I I I I I I I I I I . I I " . . ' ' ' I I ' I - J at ' I e - : I . . . , I . ' , - . a ' .L - I I I I I I . I ' ' ' I I Q . . . . . I . I I I I I - I . . I I I . 7 , 9 6 - I 1 1 I B . . . I I , . . , ' l I Y I I . I I XV X One Hundred Three J - i I I I I I I I I I H' in I I I I' I I I I I I I, -II -IU Lev. ' I I IIIII IIIr IIIIIIIIIIIW I ESPEQ I W - - - I xx. V . f y 1 One Hundred Four ff I llllll 1ff,1fWf'!,fW lll ' w ' I I I l I . I ' I I J I I ' 1 v I I , . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . W Q " I I I 4 I 1 I . I ' 1 ,V 1 ef -"' V' 12-W , ,N 1' ,,f ',I'Qf,': 5 I I ,I I . Il . if '12fv1, :'fif W-.ffI ' fa l I l I X - 1 I +5 'ff' .f- ,J 'JA' -1- fd ,V I. ff-, Q - ' Y ' V gni-i in i . - V i H i ff 1- V V 1 A:..,A5,-Ji' 5-1.7, , : L,-Q, an ' ni f iikb i- W -Ai TV Y Y L W ix 'I I I IIl.0ZZf'27'7W 'l7fw' Illlllll ..... -. I .... I I ' GLAD SNODGRASS I . Selling Snmrt Wear for High School Students I Since 1900 in Filoydaela W H I I DR. C. M. THACKER MATHEWS E99 FOLLEY I 3 DENTIST LAWYERS ' -ar . -WF . I RooMs 8-12, WILLIS BLDG. Q FLOYDADA I -2- TEXAS 6 I - Q 2 HILTON BARBER SHOP A Clean Shop wlth Clean Work m a Clean Town Beauty Shoppe 'ln Connectzon PHONE 295 ?N'Q::i?'Q7sGNQn?4bs?bc?Rbs ?NE.r'NSFQ7sa?NEvs?Qf?5Qfsf' RUTLEDGE Es? COMPANY Full Lzne Internatzonal Dealers TRACTORS AND MACHINERY ?NQ:s?'B-:?Q4?gfbs?b-c?Qv1?R'Q:1?NQ:cG2:Qe-c?Q:a6:NbcfNQe-:?bs?Q:-:IN PLAINVIEW FLORAL Flowers for All Occasions PHONE 195 PLAINVIEW TEXAS fAQxFQz?h'b1?Q:sGRbs?hEQ:4?Rb:?2Q:s?fQ:s?NQ4?Abs?E7s?bcfAbcf CITY TAILOR SHOP DRY CLEANING PRESSING AND ALTERING Sults Made to Measure Work Called for and Delwerecl CALL Us PHONE 80 WE LL CALL 6:NQ,c?fQ:-sfNEfsFb1?Q:c?Q,1?Nbs FNB-s ?NQ:4?s?'Lvs?'Q::6:N'Q:4?'b-cf DAVIS GIN COMPANY We Appreczclte Your Good Well and Patronage FLOYDADA TEXAS QQW Q.QQwQQQQQ.QQwQeR as I 'I I I I I fl '5"' 'l.'i',",' 2:," I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I Q9 SQ I 9 I . 7 . . ' LJ' - A , . I . 0,-L. B ,- - , I . . . I ' I I I .' , : Q A I I I I .b I A . J . h I I . . I . I I I ','.-,",f" 'I' f , - I X i V AVVV N One Hundred Fwc ' I I I I' A' ' yl I I - I I 'l l'l'l'l'l'I'l'l'l' ' P llI.I.I-I'l-l.l.l- I I ' I I : Egwwuwwwawwwamawawwmugwufwbgmwwaewie - n S Willson 8: Son Lumber Company 2 ' . ' I : S I BUILDERS SUPPLIES Q I I I I I I 2 Quality, Service and Low Price I I Qewwwwwwwwwwmwmwwwvnwmwwwwwmwmewg I I 3NMwQPw WQi 43NQ,goNQ,go2s'e,Io2sQ,goNMGsfe,gfN'e,Aei I I ' I an I I I 3 INSURANCE FARM LOANS E cj Stanseu 8E Collins 2 4 ' Q RQ . l I 9 Insuyance Agency GEOCERIES - HARDWARE I : S -as-a+ I I I S "CfMefBf4fUfDie" I, JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENTS S 3 - 5 If I I Q5 I I if QQ If I I E FLOYDADA TEXAS 5 FLOYDADA TEXAS I l C5 'Y I I Qfokafweofnvognxovokovmxoemeg iaqkovmeafqkafokoew.-afE.saKokg I I qsAfEbgPfeAWQA?fegfs'sAe'egwmA?2bg?feem'eQwQ,goAsseHs4?2eAe I I LIPPERTS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE I I Q5 I This school has had Fifteen Years successful experience I Q in tralnlng young men and women for Business careers. I I 't' A Cogege where scholarship has its riglitful plalfe and all features of a - egl :mate sc oo are given attention in proportion to t eir im ortance. I Positions Secured for All Graduates P - I NLIPPEIETS IQRACTICIZL BUSINESS CCLLEGE I ORTHEAST ORNER QUARE ,HONE 22 PLAINVIEW, TEXAS I QVEAQSQQMESQAQMHAJQSQQRQSQAQAQMSQEQSQQKESQQMSQMRS - . K One Hundred Six J . lillll IIIIIII llllli IIIIIII 41,4 IIIIIIIII V IIIIIIIII 5 ......... ...... . .: I - . 63 3:s?fQz629bsfNQ:s?fQx.?G7sGN'bs?Q:s?'bs?'b:FEs?Gt?'bc?fQnf4bt53 I I . VQQJQRDQR rd QAGNQZV :J54bsJ'Fi:e:9Ki 'Q fl-nib: 3:6 9.625 i l 2 l E 2 5 l 2 I When a young man or young lady has finished High School they have reached or about reached the period in life where they are to go out and provide - for themselves and those depending upon them, and certainly there is nothing I more to be desired than to become a home owner and independent. I I We think of Floyd and adjoining Counties as being a desirable place to own a home and to attain success, more particularly so with the additional railroads - . being built and other general developments being made. Certainly there are advantages in many ways at present, as compared with the advantages of those - - who made first settlements in this country. I We have land to sell in most any sizc tracts wanted in Floyd and adjoin- I ing Counties, on reasonable terms, also land to lease for, farming, stockffarming I or grazing purposes, and in addition have a large list of town lots to select from. I : W. M. MASSIE Sc BRO. : I GENERAL LAND AGENTS I ' The Senior Lrmd Agency o Floyd County FLOYDADA, TEXAS W M MASSIE I M MASSIE D F BUTLER Q3 sc uv r Li r E r ff r r 2 5 E 2 3 3 2 2 uv ,ri fi 9.929 fiefmad Photographs Lzfue Forever .?fQy ND' -fl 3' N 'U 3' .. O 472 55 Q-E' N .. 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Marx Olothmg The Palmer Garments for Women MARTIN DRY GOODS COMPANY The Store with the Goods 55:65 2 i i l i i i r 2 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I- I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I I I I I I ' . -' I I r i I I I - I f ' I I . l ' I I . . . ' I , . ' I I l I GJ n l I ' I I I I I I at I I I fl ' 13 - I L ' G I I W ' Es ' I I I . l 0 H .1 .1 E- ht - -' f M' 112937 A" 1 I nc un 'rc ig 1, ' QM' fly., T, an , J I K , -"' r rf ffrfff I I Y 6A'Q,s?2bc?e 'bvs?'Qn?b,r0 Floyd County J, Lumber Company Figure with us before you bulld Our Prices Are Right 'Yards at FLOYDADA RALLS LOCXNEY QUITAQL E SILvnn'roN 95? 'QNJFEQ 'Wad QD G1'3Ab0fNbfs?'bo6zfb1?'b:?'ExGAb-:EB Everlite The only Flour you need bake Light Tender Blscuxts Flaky Pie Crust or a won derful loaf of Bread Ask Your Grocer He Knows Manufactured by HARVEST QUEEN MILL AND ELEVATOR CO PLAIBVIEW TEXAS 63 Q.Q9Qe5Q:J5QQ S19 i gr 5? l rl? KL Home Grown Trees and Shrubberies Selected Varietles Especially Propagated and Acchmated to Conditlons in West Texas and Eastern Mexico Special Rates to Schools, Churches Public Parks and Civic Organizations PLAINVIEVV NURSERY D. C. AYLESWORTH, Prop. PLAINVIEW TEXAS :J3:J':Dk:9 Z 5 i l S il, i -I-III-II-IIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIII- Q 1 E sw X- 1 I .624 . Q1 Bfsoafkf . . Q 1 ' l I r U - I . 'q -, . I I I . I l- ' 'Q ' 1 1 .I - 51 y 'S B r ' .9 I - N 5 Q ' I l Q x W . ' l rr' , ' Q4 I . -2 I y - " ,I X , l A I U Q bs?R'bs?'b1?Nbr?'Qvs?'bc?'Q:c?fbcfN'Qvs?'Qx?b4GNQnGNbc?fQx?fb13 Hopkins 81 Fry l HIGH CLASS TAILCRS The Shop Where Your Work 'is Appreciated Cleaning ' - Pressing f Alterations Q I PHONE 67 . FLOYDADA, TEXAS 'Q I oasemwmwwwwwmwwwmsawsamwnwmwmwmwwe I I , -11:1,fEr7l'5'fifQ16l'Q"'Q:f1'Zfifi" i ,rr - I l l I ,gSi":' I I I I I I I I I fff , I I I I I I I I I ui' QbsfN'Qz?fS?Q7s?4Qvs?Qc?'Qf?'G-s?IfG,1?9fR'ln?Qys?Qv:?N'BsfN'Q: 61? Your Slnp Wzll Come In As Your Bank Account Grows f:fQv.6:NQ:-s62'4Gf.?QfCf:4bs?'Q1 QaJ'4Da:9gDkJfVi::CQ Qyfgbf 5fb'.?fQ:7s?'f 53 l 2 E 5 l 5 E :e9QxJ5Qa: .GNb,?'b.?' fia::9Q::9VQa:D9Q Mlnd Independence all of the good thlngs of hfe are Made POSS1 ble through savmg money B L dlyS The Floyd County Nauonal Bank Floydada Texas 'Q 74DQVik59Q:J'4izJVie5fi.9Vi. 'QDNQVQQQDVT QI? lr l I C Wooldrldge Lumber Company .l LUMBER 3 az -'+-SIISI-0-' 'Q I , I fc' I OF FLOYDADA, TEXAS 2 I cb . I I , . l : , 13'!.1' ,f,- I - One Hundred 'Ten V' 'l"' I Y ' J - I' I I I I I I ' I I Q'-get I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I , I I I I I I I I I I csv' ' ' wi L I lllll Il . ll lll llll lrl I IIIIII lll l lllll- f N l I I r I 9 . . D . .K p I ' ' ' ' ' I I r I l G - l I p I ' B I l Q. Happiness, Contentment, Peacefoff I I ' , . . n- . ' I r , ' ' A I I . ' I I The an- of Frien, ervice I I C - I l I I I 3 'gf - I I r I . I-5' I ' , Q Q I ' 5 I Q ' ' I Comp 'ments of . I I I I ' ' I . . 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