New Lynn High School - El Polvo Yearbook (New Lynn, TX)

 - Class of 1941

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D I A N WE, THE SOPHOMORES Amo THE FRESHMEN or THE NEw LYNN HIGH ScHooL, DEDICATE THIS,0UR FIRST aoov, oun PARENTS, Avo YHE FAC ULTY BECAUSE or THE COOPERATION Amo SUPPORT THEY HAVE GIVEN us IN ALL ous UNUERTAKINGS JAY T s BF AN IVSPIRATIOI TO TH SE wwe oLLow us T0 M E T scHooL or wHlcH EVVRY GRADUATE wrLL BE Pnouo EU C'TIC. AwNuAL, TO THE ENTIRE STUDENT . L HI E . - o T F AK was A N from an original rtrhlng nf Hlinrrna Giuhhraa nf Eitnhnm QCAHU OF JJVHN 1 nu CHUM. PDPU AV L PURPOSL uf LJ Nl. V OPII QVv 42. LC Q 1 fa LHAN z MEMBE 'LA V 8 'J-L 'VLA 'OM NEJUMI-ty r -' L PICK JAML K3 TER v A Q 4 LfNN V' LQ V' VHE. A , ' 1 A"FwJJTiLE Sf'-Mf5fG Hwaho rf 'HE .' g S . ' givin vawniu QLEQTQJ iv f 'L f vor' f.M inwef -i,r we lud- , . :4 Tu r'1muLcVL J4xLf' PD wCi'Q pr vnu New if 1 SQHQQ. Qwu in 1l'n wazw THE suv:f1N.aNraur JF fwL JLHOOL fn naw EL 'rg EE CL 'mwuawcb aff ' NEE3v AF TPE ar5:wnnJh Lv Lu em A L V CF X hzhu QIJBLI r'-TMJP. , 'EQ QF' l fiat- J L, W. 8Aw1,+ wwzs wanw 1 1 .' 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Newman Bartley Sec'y M IIIUXQ rfuq I Lzq X f my fi-'JR 11+ an T Car ahlr B Terry ,af-nz, 361 V lanes A D Jes r THE FACULTY J B BOLIN BECA E SUPERINTENDENT or THE New Lvun SCHOOL un Sevreuaen, i935 He calc INALLY CAME enou Ben WweeLeR, TexAs, wnene we GRADUATED Faou Hrcu SCHOOLQ He HAs A B S Decnee eeom EAST TEXAS STATe TEACHERS COL LECE Ano AN M A oecnee raou TEXAS TECHNOL OGICAL COLLEGE He HAS none GRADUATE wonx IN THE Unlveasvvv or TexAs M BOLIN as TEACHER or HISTORY AND sc: ences AND IS coAcn ron aovs BASKETBALL Ano GIRLS VOLLEY BALL LISH, MATH, AND Tvvans IN l935 Arven FIN lsnvwc GRADE SCHOOL, sue ATTENDED PRUVATE SCHOOL IN SULPHUR Spncucs, TexAs Sue HAS A B S oecnee rnou EAsT TexAs STATE TEACH ees COLLEGE Ano AN M A oecnee Paou TexAs Tecmo Sue HAS STUDIED IN THE UNIVERSITY or TEXASQ Mass BOLIN I8 DRAMATKCS DIRECTOR Ano spomson ron Tue Recono, ous SCHOOL PAPERQ Scnnereen CAME T0 us LATE an Feanv Aav or THIS YEAR AS cRAoe SCHOOL PRINCIPALQ He ATTENDED PUBLIC SCHOOL ru FLOYD COUNTYQ Arren lulcn HE UATRICULATEO an THE WEST TexAs STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE enon vnncn HE IILL Receive AN Ao B Decnee IN June or THIS YEAR MR. Scnnensen IS TENNIS coAcn AND PLAY cnoumo CUACHQ lneue HAWTHORNE IS A NATIVE or ous own SOUTH PLAINS, HAVING seen aonn Ano REARED IN THE CLOSE Clvv couuvnnrv wnene sue AT Tenoeo SCHOOL ron Ten YEARSQ Sue runlsneo Hlcu SCHOOL AT PosT, TEXAS, ArTen vnucn sue eNTeReo TexAs Tecu 'neue sue necezveo new B S. oecnee IN June, 940 IN ADDITION T0 aennc PnauARv TEACHERQ sae IS DIRECTOR or RHYTHM BAND Ano CHORAL CLUBSQ O 0 , - - a 0 0 "' O 9 Ru - Mas. J. Bo BOLIN aecAMe TEACHER or Enc- 9 0 " E. Ha - . I . THE I FACULTY 'R' ' 'Q 1 B E01 ,Sup't V S J B Bo ng!!! Harold Cromer wi fiks dm lv-IN 'af v if Irene Vimthorne E H Schreiner THE FACULTY fCONTlNUED, HAROLD CRDNER fRESIGNEU7 BECAME A MEMBER or THE NEW LYNN FACULTY IN SPETEUBERp 1939 HIS HOME IS NEAR LUBBDCK, FROM WHICH HIGH scHooL HE GRADUATED BEFORE BECOMING A STUDENT N EXAS TECHG HE TOOK AN Bo DEGREE N JUNE. I938 SINCE THEN I-IE HAS BEEN ENROLLED IN THE GRADUATE SCHOOL or TEGHQ IN ADDITION TO HIS DUTIES AS GRADE PRIN CIPALQ MRS CRDMER GDAGHED GIRLS BASKETBALLQ TENNISQ AND PLAYGROUND BALLS FACULTY CLOSE UPS B BOLIN SUPERINTENDENTD OINTERESTED IN ANYTHING FDR AND or NEW LYNN SCHOOL .TEASES PUPILS DLovES voLLEY BALL MAKES GAOGETS .AUDITIDUS FOR EACH Dov AND GIRL FAIR T0 ALLQ J B Bo IN TEACHER or ENGLISH CHARMHNG JOLLYO ENERGETIC AND EFFI CIENTQ A FRIEND T0 EACH AND EVERY UNE HELPS SOLVE THEIR PROBLEMS GQRECOG NIzES TALENT AND ENCOURAGES IT SCHREIBER ODGRADE PRINCIPAL RFFABLE AT uNExPEcTED TIMES SINGS LJKES EISHI HARMONICA ARTIST QRESPEGTED ALL PUPILS IRENE HAWTHORNE PRIMARY TEACHER LovEs TINY TOTS NEW LYNN's ENTHUSIAST LOYAL FRIEND SINCERE WILLING I HIGH IDEALS LINES MUSIC I QCOLLECTS PICTURE POST cARDs HAROLD PROMER DFORMERLY PRINCIPAL or GRADE SCHOOL RESIGNED TO TEACH AT SHALLDDATER .S LIKABLE STUDIOUS QUIET EFFICIENT .Snovs INTEREST IN ALL HIS wonxo, LINES THE FARMS O I T A0 I 0 - - Jo o D--ff' ,L 099 O10 unu QGJSIO YIOO MRS!! 9 0 L 'J A1000 1.70000 l.1I.:'I-I UGO " .J,,. v'J'J'1'7 JU 1 U E0 Ho G- 01,10 0,.DINDUsTRIous0NDSwoRKs QUIETLYQDSDSHDWS up , ,I,.Q , I.QD , TO . 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IW .- "-n Q Q A ,x ic' -gv my S- .H '1 -.,.- 1 vu,-.pf NINTH GRADE HISTORY IN THE YEAR l93I THE DOORS or THE NEW LYNN ScHooL OPENED ARD LITTLE aovs AND GIRLS ENTERED WITH THE SPIRIT or THEIR FIRST YEAR or STUDY0 As THE YEARS PASSED THESE GIRLS AND aoYS HAvE CROWN INTo KOUNG VOMANHOOD AND MANHOOD AND THEIR YOUTH AND FIRST SCHOOL DAYS VILL LIvE ON AS A BEAUYIFUL mEuoRYo Two or THE STUDENTSD HELEN BAIN AND CTHELL MEEKSg HAVE RENAINED THROUGHOUT THE YEARS 1931-4l AMONG THE STUDENTSTNNT MOVED SCHOOLS WERE HARGARET LATER THEY RETURNED T0 MATER9 TO FINISH WITH AYAYAND ENTERED OTHER HUEF ANU T A STONE NEW LYNNP THEIR ALMA THEIR oLD cLASSMATES As TIME PASSED ov NEW STUDENTS MUUED FROM SURROUNDENG TOWNS TO NEW LYNN SOME OF THEM ARE EDITH HARDTQOLETA GARYQ AUDRA MAE THDHP SONQ JOYCE HUFF, VE NELL JALKERQ HENRY KUNG RICKQ TERRELI NASH9 AND IVA JEAN STEELE0 IN THE YEAR '94I THE PRESENT SORHOMORE CLASS WAS ORGANQZED A O HAS EXPERIENCED A THE GLEE CLUB WAS ORGAMZED AND THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS WERE ELECTEDQ T A STONE PRESIDENT OTHELL MEEKSD VICE PRESUDENT lvA JEAN STEELEQ SECRETARY DoR9S UUCKETT9 PIANIST VE NELL HALKERJ QEPORTER lRENE HAWTHURNEV FACULTY SPONSOR OCTOBER 17, THE HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTED A PLAY WWATCN OUT FUR Spooxsn WHICH VAS QUITE A SUCCESS OLETA GARY STARRED AS HOLLYHOCKp A cHocoLATE DROPD HER PORTRAYAL or THE SUPER STITIONS WHICH ARE TYPICAL or THE IECRG AND HER DANCING TOES AND RHYTHMICAL ANTICS WHlCH ARE so CHARACTERISTIC or ALL CHOCOLATE DROPS' SINGLE HER OUT AS AN AMATEUR AcTRESso THE GLEE CLUB HAD A MAJOR PARTQN THE PRO DUCTION or TWO MUSICAL PROGRAMS DURIWG THE YEARS THE FIRST DNE VAS AN lNTERPRETATlOROF NEGRO MELODIES COHPOSED av STEPHEN CT FOSTER THE SECONDQ A PAGEANT THE CHRISTMAS ANGLES9 INCLUDING A CHORUS or THIRTY EIvE VOICES 1 o 0 o MOST INTERESTING YEAR, ,IN SEPTEMBER, 7940, 0 W 'rw O PLH JJTV Qfu 41 s IPT 6 Q.. Ot, 3' el 1 epw YPQ f Qi' Y 4 T grunt Leo Bartley 3 er r'e'l W 'law Audi a In. 6 BTI NINTH GRADE HISTORY Cconfvl Auouc THE INTERESTING EVENTS or THE YEAR FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS wAS A REVIEW or LEU HALLACE'S BEN HUR ev MRS B G R N aounc or BIS SRRINS, TEXASo THE DRAMATIC PRESENTATION OF PART' or THE STORY WAS WORTH uucu TO THE STUDENTS THE NINTH GRADE HAS CHOSEN FDR ITS FINAL DRAuATIc PRODUCTION THE PLAYQ WWHEN A WOMAN UEClUES'9lHlCH WILL BE RRDDDOED EARLY IN MAYQ NINTH GRADE HONORS LITERARY INTERSOROLASTIO CONTESTS EDITH HARDTQ OECLAHATl0Ng FIRST T A STONED DEDLAMATIDNQ SECOND TERRELL NASHOEXTEUPORANEOUS SPEECHQSECOND ATHLETIC iNTERSCHOLASTIC CONTESTS T' A STONE, TENNIS SINSLES. SECOND, IOO YARDS DASH, sEcoND, 220 YARDS DASHQSE COND, HIGH Jump, SECOND, SHOT Rur, SE coNo CTNELL MEEKS, 220 LOI NDROLES, SEOOND, 443 YARDS DASHQ THIRD, POLE VAULTO SECONB IVA JEAN STEELE9 TENNIS SINGLES, FIRSTS CLASS ROLL IVA JEAN STEELE AUDRA MAE THOMPSON CTNELL MEEKS LUIS DEAN JESTER HELEN BAIN T. A STONE VE NELL 'ALKER EDITH HARDT HENRY KINDRICK MARGARET HUFF TERRELL NASH OLETA GARY MAYDELL HARDT -' rv n or 0 'C - 0 VE NELL WAL.KERp READY URlTERSp THSRD 0 SOPHOMORE SHORT SHGTS T A ST E G E INTO HIS EYES AND YOU WILL E GAZE LONGER AND You WLL SEE A LITTLE IMPS Loss DEAN JESTER SHE IS A WORTH LITTLE LASS YOU Rmow, YOU SEE HER BN CL HELEN BAIN NTENT T0 OO HER DUTYQ AND FINDING DUTY DONE A FULL REWARD lvA JEAN STEELE OF HER SOCIETY BE NOT AFRAID, FOR SHE IS A NINSOME MAID NELL HALKER RE as MIS IN H EYES SHE ALWAYS MAKES TOP GRADES CTHELL EEK5 HE ALWAYS TAKES TIME T0 THINK TWICE9 FIRST or THE GIRLS AVO THEN OF HIS BOOKS JOYCE HUF: STUDIOUS9 UNASSUMING AND GOOD MARGARET HUFF A QUIET MOUEST GIRL WHO LOvES HER WORK SHE NEVER ER wAS KNOWN T SHIRR TERRrL NASH FDR ERV ,uEST.ON HE HAS AN OPINI , COR EJERY OPIVION HE HAS A REASON HENRY AINDRIGK H S DSGNIFIED MANNER THOUGHTFUL AIRS MARK HIM AS A SERIOUS LAD EDITH QARDT THE GIRL YOU CAN'T FORGET HER WAYS ARE DATHS OF PLEASANTNESS ULETA GARY HAPPY AND SUILINC GAREFREE WHY GAN'T EVERYONE BE HAPPY LIKE NES KUDRA AE THOMPSON A GIRL wHo STRIVES FOR THE BEST9 AND IS NCT COWTCNT WITH ANY LESS Q I ON I AZ SE -- AS ' IF ASS. CO. VE ' 2 THE A GLINT OF CHIEF ER . H N . 0 TO ALL A FRIENDQ UNUERSTOODS T'n ' , NEV O D .G Ev' A ' . ON' L ' S AND a.. 4, 5 ...fl ,ff eafw ff .f-.nv fr 1 ,J 1 f 41. .r xc- .Q A' ll .zx .f V 'I 1 A JMC' 'J 'lil 144 EIGHTH GRADE WHEN SCHOOL OPENED IN SEPTEMBER i940 EAOER aovs AHO GIRLS IERE REAOY POR THEIR FIRST OAY or HIGH scHOoL THEY HAD REACHED THE FIRST GOAL or THEIR SCHOOL LIFE FuNnsHEo ORAMUAR SCHOOL AND UERE ANXIOUS TO START ON THEIR SECOND LAP OF LEARNINGU THOSE WHO EN ROLLED ON THE E RsT MORNING or scHooL WERE JIMHQE YANDELL BOBBY RAY RAMSEY S T' BRO KS DOROTHY LAOHEY YANCEL BROOKS D L Yo c WINNELL MEEKS ODESSA YOUNG E T CAWTHORN THESTOV JITHERS T THE BECJNNTJKQ OF THE bPR xr. ng HUEP, WHO HAD SPENT THEIR FIRST SCHOOL DAYS TN NEW LYNN RETURNED TO THUJR ALMA MATER THE FRESHUAH CLASS LOST D YOUNGg ODESSA YOUNU DOROTHY LACKEYT Ano THESTON WITHERS AT THE CLOSE or THE FALL SEMESTER THE ETOHT ERESHHEH REHATNTNO TN THE CLASS ARE A STUROY ANU HARD WORKING GROUP THEY HAVE THETR OWN RERSOHAL FUN AS 'ELL AS THEIR GROUP PRANKS AND DEVILTRYU BUT 'HO CARES, THEY ARE THE KIND WHO 'co THROUGH' QIHO REACH THE GOAL QIHO APHIEVE FRESHMEN PERSONALITIES THE CLOWN BOBBY RAY RAMSEY MOST HANOSOME VANCEL BROOKS THE STUDIOUS ORVIS HUFF AND WTNNELL MEEKS THE MERRIEST JIMMIE YANOELL THE NOISELESS E T CAITHORN AND JOOIE L CLABORN THE BABY S T BROOKS CLAss ATHLETE D L YOUNG MOST TIMID DOROTHY LACKEY THE UUSICIAN THESTON WITHERS MOST ROMANTIC ODESSA YOUNG ' 1 U . 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SEVENTH GRADE SEPTEMBER 3 Ij4U, THE FOLLOWING PUPILS ENT FRED THE SEVENTH GRADE EDWIN PERK NS Lo S WALKER TENNIE B HOLCOMB J R THURMAN O C ROBERTS WINONA CAWTHORH MARY SMITH GRADY WOODWARD DARLENE JILKE EARLENE JESTER JARRELL THURMAN MARY Jo NEWNAN LATER LEON HUFF ILA DEAN HUFF AND LONNIE SBELL ENTFRED HE c ASS DUR NG THE YEAR MARY SMITH MOVED T0 NEw MExILo AND LONNIE ISBELL MOVED TO TAHORA SEPTEMBER 179 THE GRADE SCHOOL GLEE CLUB WAS ORGANIZED0 THE FOLLOWUNG OFFICERS WERE CHOSEN RRQIII THE sEvEN-TH cRAoE MARY SMITHQ PRESIDENT GRADY WOOUUARD VICE PRESIDENT EARLENE JESTER SECRETARY IN DECEMBER MARY SMITH RESIENEU AS PRESIDENT ANU LoIS WALKER WAS CHOSEN IN HER PLACE AR LENE WTLKE BECAME CHAIRMAN THE PROGRAM COMMJTTEE THE GLEE CLUB HAS GIVEN Two MAJOR PROGRAMS DURING THE YEAR CN THE EVENING or NOVEMBER 8 A PROGRA1 or STEPHEN C FoSTER'S soNcS AND A GROUP or VEGRO MELODIES WAS RENDERED OECEUBER l7, A CHRISTMAS PAGEANT VAS STAGEU ev THE CLUB CLASS coLoRS WHITE ANU GREEN CLASS FLOWER RED Ros: CLASS UOTTO THE RIGHT I BE QUR BATTLE CRYS fx , 9 - , . 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Kfbw ' ' '.c A , f Xz.1f?L Fourtk Grade Front row Rena Lee Brooks Oleta Puff Svbil Lawtrorn 'ack row J Jee Hollis Shewmake Lewis E Flatt Raymond Gary Kenneth Huff Fifth Grade ront row Hazel Meek Ada Lou Rice Carolyn J Barton Rack row Montw Huff Bernice Hardt Cleada Qhewmake Margaret Johnson Darnell Meeks Sixtr Frade illy Joe maker Bonnie Mae Bain Junior Hardt Opal Ruth James C A Short X l Q I U B A 4 'c M . A, , -CCP , . ' A Y P . U A 5 - f . I U 4 C Y L Q , 5 . ,.- 1 A .. l Q I YKICF HUONC1 Hirqt row C DU POV1 Bae e rixlev u f IT: Lan pdwards I N .. 1 S W First 4' , - 2 5 X' . Thi, AaB.,h mv . u. 12071515 .-.21 C ,, . Q9QO.A 'K 'A 1 . :MCE -H c- 1' Q A N U il 1' S1 ' " u SX S S XN Ja-nm 88 Drighlal rirbhig nf mrrrurg Hhngrb I-Brsarnnrr nf thv Ginba XX BOYS ATHLETICS BASKETBALL THE SEASON FOR BASKETBALL OPENEO NOVEMBER l2, l940, WHEN THE NEW LYNN SOYS MET THE T BAR RANOHERS IN A GAME OF 20 I8 FOR THE LOCALS. HOWEVER, THE HIGH LIGHT GAME OF THE YEAR CAME IHEN THE NEW LYNN BOYS INVAOED THE GRASS- LAND GYM ON DECEMBER 6 FOR THE SECOND GAME WITH THESE NEIGHBORSS AT TOP SPEED ANO coUNT THE GAME A FAST ONE. LEO THE GAME THAT CHECKED HIS PLAYING THROUGHOU THE LYNN BOYS WENT INTO AGTION TOOK THE GAME WITH AN 8-5 WAS ROUGH IN ADDITION T0 BEING BARTLEY GOT A TUMBLE EARLY IN T THE FIRST HALF T A STONE WAS FOULEO WHILE SHOOTING A BASKET OURING THE SEcoNo QUARTER WITH THE RESULT THAT HE WAS IN AN ADDLEO STATE FOR SEVERAL MINUTES, HOWEVER HITH ALL HE ROUGHNESS, LYNN'S SGORE GLIMOEO STEAOILY NHILE HOLOING THEIR OPPONENTS T0 A SINGLE FIELD GOAL AND THREE FREE BASKETSS D L YOUNG ANO OTHELL MEEKS OIO SOME FIRST GLASS GUARDING THROUGHOUT THE GAME WITH J R THURMAN RELIEVING MEEKS IN THE THIRD QUARTER. THESTON 'ITHERS PLAYED A GOOO GAME ALSO. IAS ON THE HOME GOURT WHEN NEW LYNN OEFEATEO R N IN A GAME OF 4l II ALL THE SUOS CAME IN FOR THEIR SHARE OF PLAYING IN THIS GAME. AS IS TO BE ExPEcTEO THE MOST SENSATIONAL GAMES OF THE SEASON ARE THOSE OF THE TOURNA MENT IN WHICH COUNTY GHAMPIONSHIO IS DETER MINEO THE GAME WITH T BAR ON THE NIGHT OF JANUARY Sl, THE LYNN BOYS LOST THE GAME BY O E POINT AFTER HAVING HAD A MARGIN OF POINTS ON THE OPPONENTS UNTIL THE LAST THREE MINUTES OF THE GAME THE FOLLOHING NIGHT NEW LYNN NOSEO OUT OF THE GRASSLAHO CONFLICT WITH A ONE POINT LEAD AFTER A GAME THAT RAN I T o o 0 U PERHAPS THE MOST COMICAL GAME OF THE SEASON O N ' O . IN - N SIX Bovs ATHLETICS CCDNTINDEDT PLAYQRODND BALL NEW LYNN JUNeOR DovS RERRESENTATnvES or THE LOCAL QUADPANT Sauna THROUGH S SHING VICTORY vuAvfRou BALL AFTER DEFEATING NEW MOORE QN A LLDSE GAME or I IN THE SEM FQNALS TD MEV GRASSLAND JUNIORS IN THE FLNALS HE DAME wAS CALLED on FRIDAY or THE COUNTY MEET waTN THE REQULTS READING 66 T E LCDE or Tr-E LA D T0 RAUN THE TIE COULJ ADT BE 9lAVEL UNT L THE FOLLOW ING SATURDAY NN D THE GRASSLANDITES ODOOED FROM 'HE I R . .Nr AN RA T S RE TC A ETAAL COUNT A 45 I2 FDR NEW LYNN DHAMP ON ThAM Lian iLLN JOE AKE LAT NRY KINDRICK HER JUNQOP HARCT, SE'DN DASL MONTY HUFF, TP 79 JE Boaew RAY HAMSET FT SHORT LEON HUFF, RFRHT A RT ORv S Hurr HIVH TERRELL NA R .EL ARRELL ENTER IEK 1 r S Fl L Tsue, JIMMTE YANDELLT LEFT FIELD Lsual TRACK AND F ELO A SUMMARY REPORT or TRL INDIVPDUAL PLACES won ev NEW LYNN BOYS IN THE DNlvERSxTv lNTER scHoLASTlc LEAGUE TRACK ANU +TELD CONTESTS as GIVEN BELOW SENIOR aovs TRACK IO YARDS DASH, DTONE SETDND 220 YARDS DASH T A DTON , SEC X ' ', A " . TO A MA EN E S ND ' T ' L 1 - . - A TH c.T' ' .'- ' ME UE A LY' HA ' HO . ST 'NN' . D N HE co . A ' O4 '- . ' Q . 5 , 3, B '.' B .:w, S :RER HE PJTD GRADY WODDWARD, FTRST BASE U L V, U - ,I BAD ' X ', LE , z.A 5.0 ' 1 - , T J T f.E-D - .S . LEFT s' 'D J , c- - E .3 DC CT '0BEeT'. nasnT E D " ' l 0 Yi AT A , 1 M , E , ' TE GND BOYS ATHLETICS QCONTINUED, 220 LOW HURDLESQ OTHELL UEEKSI SECOND I MILE RUN, E T CAWTHORN, SECOND YARDS DASH, OTHELL MEEKS, THIRD YARDS DASH, VANCEL BROOKS, FOURTH YARDS RELAY, OTHELL MEEHS, T A STONE, T CAWTHORN, VANCEL BRUOKS, FIRST SENIOR BOYS FIELD POLE VAULT, OTHELL MEEKS, SECOND HIGH Uuup, T A STONE, SECOND SHOT PUT, T STONE, SECOND DISCUS THROW, E T CAWTHORN FIRST BROAD JUMP, VANCEL BROOKS, FOURTH JUNIOR BOYS TRACK 50 YARDS DASH, BOBBY RAY RAMSEY, THIRD 440 YARDS RELAY, BOBBY RAY RAMSEY, HENRY KINDRICK, JIMMIE YANDELL9 JARRELL THURMAN, FOURTH RURAL PENTATHLON R THURUAN l0O'YARD DASH, SECOND RUNNING HIGH JUM FIRST I2 POUND SHOT PUT SEPOND STANDING HCP, STEP AND UUUR SECOND RUNNING BROAD JUMP, SECOID SUMMARY BASKETBALL, THIRD PLACE TENNIS JUNIOR BOYS SINGGES, SECOND PLACE SENIOR BOYS SINGLES, SECOND PLACE TRACK AND FIELD, SENIOR BOYS, SECOND PLACE RURAL PENTATHLON, SECOND PLACE COACHES J B BOL E H SCHREI R " o O 440 880 440 . . E. . ' , A, PULL UP QCHINNING BARJ, A. J, JESTER, FIRST JI . P, . , IN , , BE irl U .L 1 L1 bl ...FN Jae fain 4534 an bzfam xnu. ilhw L"' 'Nu fw g ILD 5d5txeu HAL LefLJ 4 r-.FF 3.1.5 5631 Q L Ava am pf-ln, mall 'xtw James wixrb 1 Meeks Lnrleue Jesuer mqry Jo Newman , A, .1 S V,.'.l'dJ' 5211? gnslihj ...JT i'T'Lff Ncixpr Mft? HHVEL 51eua Nury YP Well Wafkvr IPfew 2a'n I, f . ' , INN.. L'8,!x 11P3,:Lf3I' "' - - ' T Y'f-7 , 3 L3.Al9 ,. JQ ,.JJ . 4' f. IF?-L1 fvtfllzkd V -A,A yu 11583 .-Txjfrle Earlene Jester .. rv ' 4 a ' " ' . O.Llg.b 1. , 1 khucv, ,V -ry , 5. g4 I K I4 , v r Y ' xi 5 'iv-ha s . xx M 5 5 N ' .gl I .I h A ' Q 1 ,, '-I ,,f,, - in ni' . 'J I 1 ' K :up1.gf: "'Q Hafker Flutu Ya?y 1' Y u ix' VC CLI uh.. 1 L " ,"z Je'teH - - x. ' JG I .LCIEULQ W 'Qiz , , 2. X ' v 3' I r .. , . - , , Tennis 3. uo-comn BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE NOVEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMB R JANUARY EI JANUARY EI FEBRUARY I FEBRUARY 4 'IRLS NOVEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY JANUARY JANUARY JANUARY FEBRUARY PRACTICE GAMES NEW EW NEW NEW NEW NEW LYNN LYNN LYNN LYNN LYNN LYNN T BAR I8 T BAR GRASSLAND I DRAW II GRASSLAND 5 DRAUIE COUNTY TOURNAMENT NEW NEW NEW NEU LYNN LYNN LYNN LYNN 3 NEW Io T BAR I9 GRASSLAND GRASSLAND BASKETBALL SCH DULE PRACTICE NEW EW NEW NEW NEW NEW LYNN LYNN LYNN LYNN LYNN LYNN GAMES T BAR DRAW I GRASSLARD DRAW 7 TANOKA I7 TAHOKA I9 COUNTY TOURNAMENT NEW YNN 6 WELLS SI NEW LYNN 28 NEw MOORE I NEW LYNN I9 GRASSLAND 2I 23 I2: I8IIU - 22 N EE... - IO 4: 'IJJo I I 4Iu0u 1 I60,u E I51 ISHN, 2 I ,,U J oRElI z I On, - : 22,,U FEBRUARY 4: NEW LYNN 6o,,T-BAR 20 2 ' I U.u I6 I2: Elooa A-' 2 A N IZOUU : ' IOOQQ I8 I5: I4-ooo III l5ooU I9: ISOQQ BIZ L I ooo Il : ouu 21 Playground Ball r r'O"1t POW : Qernice Hardt Darlene Wilke menn e R Iolcorb Oval Rutk Jemee fer, Te helm H onrie Mae waif Lieada kewmake Tva Year Sree e frlefc Jes er hurmnn X eon fr' ontx 1 f Wxwi A ack row Jelxell T ure henrx nindric 'erzell ego Jxnior Fardt Ji ie Vande' I ' T A -L AJ! L4 row: 1 , Y ' :THU R , I L .f W' C , . L. A 1 L .. . 2, . ', II'-A , . ,N U LU!" .rhlkf r' C" C3 A 'G . I , N 'V . 9' , s AE, W .",A , 'e Y A I H1 h. 07, Q Q, A il IV' an wh Y I . ' I -T - , flaygrown- .Q, rr ral, 1-W.. ' I 1 EMAY 5 y FOP 313' V .,' Vwf, y- S Vwff ' -. E1 .Jar j J W k 1 A Y eh 1- A we 1 mm , , ?ooby Ray Ram' 4 ..-ln-f GIRLS ATHLETICS BASKETBALL EARLY IN THE BASKETBALL SEASON THE NEW LYNN GIRLS NET N0 COMPETITION, SINCE THE FIRST GAME OvEuaER I2 WITH T BAR WAS A I VICT FOR LYNN THE NEXT CAME UP THEY DEFEATED DRA! BUT BASKETBALL PEPPED UP WHEN THE LYNN GIRLS PLAYED GRASSLAND ON DECEMBER 6 IN ONE THE FASTEST AMES OF THE SEASON VE NELL WALKER DID SOME FAST SHOOTING, BUT HER SCORING WAS HELD T0 A MINIMUM BY HER OPPOHENT'Sa JIMMY LOU THOMAS, TOWERING HEIGHT IVA JEAN HTEELE SHOT THE HOST SPEOTAGULAR BASKET OF THE EvENINO'S PLAY DORIS DUCKETT AND GDESSA YOUNG HELD THE 0PPONEKT'S SCOR ING T0 FOUR FIELD SOALS DURING THE FIRST HALF, BUT WERE UNABLE T0 FOLLOW THEM DURING THE SECOND HALF OLETA GARY AND WINNELL MEEKS FOUGHT A GOOD GAME nm GRASSLAND'S FAVOR THE ONLY OOHPETITIOH ASIDE FROM THAT OFFERED BY THE GRASSLAND sExTET WAS FOUND IN THE TAHOKA SQUAD Two GAMES WERE PLAYED DURING THE SEASON WITH TAHOKA ON THEIR HOME FLOOR THE COUNTS WERE lj-I7 AND I3 I9 IN FAvOR FOR THE c.TYITEs FOR EAOH OF THE Two GAHES NEN LYNN GIRLS HELD THEIR own NHEN THE INTER SGHOLASTIO LEAGUE TOURNAMENT NAS PLAYED ON JANU ARY BI AND FEBRUARY Io THEIR FIRST ROUND NAS WITH THE 'ELLS TEAM WITH SCORES I6-II FOR LYNN IN THE SECOND ROUND NEW LYNN WALLOPPED NEW UOORE IN A 28-2I VICTORY THE FINAL TUSSLE RAS WITH THEIR TRADITIONAL ENEMY, GRASSLAND NEW LYNN AND THESE FLEET GIRLS ScoRED ALTERNATELY CONTINUOUSLY THROUGHOUT THE GAME NITH THE RESULT THAT THE FINAL WHISTLE SOUIDED ON A TIE OF I9-I9 AN ADDITIONAL THREE MINUTES OF PLAY NAS CALLED, BUT NEA LYNN NAS NOT ABLE T0 CET GOING GRASSLAND SOOREO T10 FIELD GOALS T0 NEW LYNN's NONE THE FINAL COUNT NAS I9- 23 FOR GRASSLAND, THUS GIVING NEW LYNN SECOIDPLACE IN THE COUNTY ON N - SI- DRY l2'I0 OF THEIR SIZE. BUT THE FINAL SCORE STOOD I8-I0 IN LINE up roR R940-4k FORWARDS GUARDS VE NELL WALKER IvA JEAN STEELE Loss DEAN JESTER WINNELL MEEKS EARLENE JESTER OLETA GARY TENNIS BELLE HOLCOMB Lois WALKER VOLLEY BALL FoR THE PAST STX YEARS THE NEW LYNN GIRLS HAVE WON COUNTY CHAMPIONSH'P IN THEIR DIVISION IN VOLLEY BALL BUT THIS SEASON, EVEN THOUGH THE OUTLOOK FOR A VICTORIOUS SEASON WAS PROMIS INC, THE LAI OF AVERAGE TOOK ITS TOLL AND NEW LYNN SURRENDERED ITS PLACE IN THE SUN T0 T BAR BELOW lb A SUMMARY OF THE IOST CHAMPIONSHIP NEW LYNN GRASSLAND TEAM FOR i940 4I VE NELL WALKER Loss DEAN JESTER IvA JEAN STEELE WINNELL UEEKS EDITH HARDT OLETA GARY HELEN BAIN Lois WALKER TENNIE BELL HoLcoua PLAYGROUNO BALL NEW LYNN JUNIOR cnRLs TOOK REVENGE on THE QRASSLAID TEN WNEN THEY won THE COUNTY TOURNA usur IN PLAYGROUND BALL FROM THEM IN A cAuE or I2 TO 7 GAUES. M I3 I5 I5 an I3 I5 GIRLS ATHLETICS NCCNTINUEOJ CHAMPION TEAM CGI EARLENE JESTER, CATvhER TENN.E BELLE HOLCOME, PITCHER lvA JEAN STEELE, FIRQT BASE OPAL RUTH JAMES SECOND BASE Lo.s WALKER THIRD BASE BONNIE UAE EAIN LEFT SHORT CLEDA SHEWMAKE3 LEET FIELD DARLENE HILNE RICHT FIELD MARY Jo NEWMAA CENTER EIEL BERNICE HARDT NIGNT SHORT T NN TO INLXPER GE I ILN LYNN SIRL NETTER COULD NOT COPE WITH fb-IE. LOMPETITION THEY MET IN THE 'OUNTY MEET GAME UNLN lvA JEAN STEELE, TENNIS reov THE NEw LYNN Scwoo BELOW IS GIvEN Nhw YHN'a PEPRECENTATIVES IN COUNTY MEET IN GIRLS TENNIS JUNIOR GIRLS OINKNLLD I A EAN JILELL DOUBLESI MARv Jo NEWNAN Ano BONNIE BAIN SENIOR GIRLS SINGLES VE NELL WALYER DOUBLES, EDITH HARm'ANU CLETA GANV SUMMARY BASKETBALL, SEcoNo PLA'E PLAYGROUND BALL, FIRST P ACE TENNIS JUNIOR RLS S NG E51 E NSI CLA .. 2151 5 . .J - D E -S DUE ' ' 5ENn Tri Lf G S ' J S, f JUNIOR SINGLES PLAYER, Tuck TNE T:TLE UN GIRLS I Q L' E , S n...,...-, I.' J.-.. .-.,- -- GI 'I L 5 " I CE U I 4.36 ., J Babb J James SP 99:1 Mun 1! I A W L g Te Om O ' q OMNI Uorqtl-gy rc, 4 0 gxl A Ievrell T Tfrrell I OIC .L -Ji' 9 VCNCH Mm UL Q -bu :mm Lou 3 0855" 3- N 'c""'B" vony sun Champs 1439 40 7 Guess 3 1 0 H-,ell L . IQ 0 'C 3 W-lhln'1S 80lvn Oihen, TCTPQDI JP, TA, f Tu Hgnry' Bobby' J-ar-Fen Vehdil. Lge - 2+ f' I - Y , " N q ' L' fqigl f f . , ' ,- 5 A - gg 4 5, ff' 35" ' f' 3' S0 . K A ' , h V , ,1 M ' ,J A. Q.: ,A tm ff 9 j W 7 V ' A. H , ' SJ A A ,AL Wt t ff V ' y f 2 J YI or I' rinryl 32' ly, ' T. ,I , E. , J l sa s r T I ? 5 l if -, 7 X M f ' I f , ,I ' . , X S , 'X A A 45 . 4 o ' 4 - 5 ' ' v on .. . 6? ,- - L. O 1 Q , I 0 5, . ' .4 - J' :- J ,X x 4 5 I I I It -I G 'V x f ' xlw f ff A sv 1 x I as A X Z I xi L D. 1.. ,f -no J- 1 A '73 . . 5 4 nh V T, A. ' .N l' W7 fu l 1 ,, ' 1 , 0 1 J' - I - LITERARY HONORS INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE CONTESTS DECLAMATIDN EDWIN FERKINSQ wHo PLACED aovs DECLAMATTON CONTEST MEET, PLACED Luaeocx HIS END OF THINGS EDWIN WON NEw LYNN TWO SE OND IN THE SELECTION WAS SECOND PLACE IN Y ARS AGO EDITH HARDTp SECOND FLADE FIRST IN JUNIOR THE LYNN COUNTY DISTRICT MEET AT THE GATE AT THE DEDLANATIDN FDR THE COUNTY MEET W NNER IN THE LYNN COUNTY FEET FOR SENIOR GIRLS IN I O CARRIED FIRST PLACE SENIOR GIRLS DECLAMATION THIS YEAR SHE PLACED THIRD IN THE DISTRICT MEET AT Luaaocx IN THE PRELIHINARIES0 HER SELECTION UAS THE MEN TO MAKE A STATE OPAL RUTH JAMES9 DECLAIMER FOR JUNIOR GIRLS, PLACED SEGDND N THE LYNN COUNTY MEET HER SELECTION WAS DROP A FEBBLE IN THE JATER THIS WAS CPAL RUTR'S FIRST YEAR TO REPRESENT NEW LYNN IN THE COUNTY CONTESTS T A STDNE, SEGDND PLACE WINNER IN SENIOI aovs DEGLAHATIDN JN THE COUNTY MEETpREPRESElTED NEW LYNN FOR HIS FIRST TIME THIS YEARS HE READ THE FUNDAMENTALS OF A SUCCESSFUL LIFE BY CALVIN COOLIDGEQ READY WRITER VE NELL IALKER REFRESENTED NEW LYNN FDRIER FIRST TIME THIS WQAR IN THE COUNTY MEET READY WRITERS CONTEST SHE PLACED THIRD IN HER DI VISIOND IN ............ I IN .- C ' It I U Ln ' E IN Q ' I T ' 94 v D l 0 i 0 ' o I - ' A Tr 1II I 0 - Ready Writer V6 Nell malxez nPWom ,nv Uiflnimf 3 luv Nadh Hzatuerw 'I K L If!! T3 P91 nfl i -wr Music emory, .Srd Spellini Tefml wilke Jester uilme Wooerts, lst Pictare Iemo.y, lst Meeks JGSUCP, 3rd Suevmane Jenks Raffon JOHHSOH, Ord- Y . .. I, ,,. , X f'q- 'I 1 , .f X 0 V1 1 I ' -,N j .ga Xf, , I ll , , ' 14' . y 1 2 9. . I . 1 df .3 .f, W Msr Y J 1 i H ' - ,, 3 . 1 QW -.f v. . ,X -. . ..t, , LYUJ. - T,'1'r.-T..3, LF' Q Ltfjfzf Te lef, Pat, LSL, w f. 1 -J :Q+ -- . HWS-, Vi- W 'HL. L5t' 17Lnny0re, G P ,-1, 2 ,. 1 , v. I jf-, pf 1 - - 1 I" A . , 0 H ' - C .3 A ' 0 ' A J - - .,. 3 w l "a o ' :I A W' 0 " - ' ' in 'r -3 3 K J ' A I l LITERARY HoHoRs Ccomvy TWO NASH BROTHERS PAT NASH, NEW LYNN'S TINY TOT STORY TELLER, PLACED FIRST IN THE LYNN COUNTY MEETS HE TOLD THE STORY OF LITTLE BEAR AND THE HDNEY. TERRELL NASH VAS INExPERIENcED IN THE ARTS OF EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEECH MAKIND, BUT PDSSESSED ENOUGH NATIVE ABILITY TO RANN SEDDND IN THIS INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE CONTEST or TNE LYNN COUNTY MEETD MUSIC MEMORY DARLENE NILKE AND EARLENE JESTER MADE A TEAM SCORE OF I6O IN THE INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE Musrc MEIORY CONTEST, 'ITN DARLENE sconsuc 90 AND EARLENE sconsnc 70 THEY RANK ED THIRD IN THE COUNTY MEETQ PICTURE MEMORY won FIRST PLACE Fon New LYNN IN THE PICTURE NEUORY CONTEST Fon THE FIRST TINE IN THE HIS TORY OF THE scHooLo SPELLINS FDURTH 8 FIFTH GRADE SPELLINC TEAH, CARDLYN JUNE BARTON ARD MARGARET JOHNSDN, PLACED THIRD IN THE LYNN COUNTY MEET HTH A nun GRADE OF DARLENE WILKE AND D C RosERTs. SRELLIND TEAM FOR SIXTH R SEVENTH GRADE, PLAcED FIRST ll THE CouNTv MEET WITH A TEAIII GRADE OF 982. WINNELL UEEKS AND LDIS DEAN JESTER PLACED THIRD IN THE HIGH scHooL SPELLIKC DUVISION or THE COUNTY MEET CDNTESTQ THIS YEAR CLEADA SHEWUAKE AND HAZEL HEEK8 1 THE NEW LYNN RECORD N JA-OARY 2 , I THE FIRST Issue or THE New LYNN RECORD MADE ITS APPEARANCEQ WAS DUE T0 THE UNTIRINC EFFORTS or N EH THEN A SOPNOMORE STUDENT, TNAT THE HIGH SONOOL PAPER EOR THE New LYNN SONOOL HAD ITs BIRTHO THE FIRST YEAR THE PUBLICATION wAs ISSUED WEEKLY AND VOLUME IQ wuncn QNCLUDES ALL NUMBERS FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR OF 1958 39 HAS SIXTEEN NUMBERSO Tue FOLLOWING YEAR The RECORD WAS Issueo D MONTHLY AND VOLUME Il HAS sIxTeEN NUMBERSO Tue RECORD IS ALSO as sueD as MONTHLY DURING Tunso ITS THIRD YEAR9 AND VOLUME III WILL HAVE SIXTEEN ISSUES AT THE ceose or THE SCHOOL YEAR !94Ou4I THE RECORD STAFF FOR 394Om4l rs GIVEN BELOVG CODEDITORS DORIS DUOKETT VE NELL WALKER BUSINESS MANAGER S T BROOKS JOKE EDITOR OEETA GARY GRADE REPLRTCR AUDRA MAE THOMPSON ART EDITOR LUCRETYA LACKEV TYPISTS T A STONE HELEN BAIN PRINTERS DOROTHY LACKEY T CAWTHORN Boaav RAY RAHSEY N INELL Meeks ASSENBLY MANAGER EDITH HARDT EXCHANGE MANAGER Loss DEAN JESTER DISTRIBUTVON MANAGER JJMMIE YANDELL CIRCULATION MANAGER H Len BAIN FILE MANAGER LEO BARTLEY SPONSOR MRSO J B BDLIN DURING THE YEAR SEVEP AL STAFF MEMBERS HAVE MOVED AND THE FOLl OWING STUDENTS NO' FILL THEIR VACANCIES lVA JEAN STEELEQ CO EDITOR FOR DORIS DUCKETT Ve NELL WALKEROART EDITOR FOR LUCRETIA LACKEY TERRELL NASHD FILE MANAGER FOR Leo BARTLEY O -. 7 9399 IT ' I ' . .9f'R:1i,1 IIA., 3 . . - 9 Q... 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DELICIOUS REFRESRMENTS OF CAKE AND HOT cHOco LATE WERE SERVED JUST BEFORE THE LEAVETAKINCPDURS THANKS T0 VE NELL FOR A PARTY THAT WILL LINCER IN THE MEMORY or NEW LYNN HIGH STUDENTS EOR YEARS T0 cons! THE SEVENTH GRADE CLASS ENJOYED A VALENTINE PARTY IN THE HOME or D C ROBERTS UUTH MRO AND MRS0 BOLIN Mfss HANTHORNE AND MRO AND MRSO CROMER AS SPECIAL GUESTS GAMES OF HEARTS STDNTSD AND DOUINOES WERE ENJOYED av THE GUESTS AND THEN FROM A LOVELY VALENTINE BOXg GREETINGS AND 'MESSAGES or LOVEW WERE EXCHANGED0 BEFORE cooo NIGHTS WERE SAlDg THE GUESTS WERE SERVED HOT CHOCOLATE AND COOKIES THE ANNUAL OUTING AT THE SAND HJLLS, THE ADOP TED PLAYDRODND FOR NEW LYNN sovs AND GIRL59 WAS HELD ON FRSDAY BEFORE EASTER THE SPORTS OF THE SAND HJLLS WERE VARIED BY THE DIFFERENT LROHPS OF PUPILS FOR THE MOST PARTp THE PLAY VAS INFORMAL AND UNSUPERVlSEDp EACH INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP FOLLOWING THE BENT OF HIS IMAGINATIONQ SOME MERELY ROAMED HAND HAND YlTH BEST GIRL OR DOY ERTENDS, OTHERS HAD GREAT Fun LEAPING FROM BAND UUNE TOPS T0 SAND OR TO BE BURIED TO THE HNEES OTWERS FORMED OPPOSING SIDES TO HAVE A TUG or WAR ACROSS THE PEAK OF A SAND DUNE SOME DET GREAT SSORT FROM PLAYING LEAP FROG9 CR CK THE WHIP9 OR TJRNING SOHER SAULTS I- THE SAND SACK SUPPERS SERVED lcxrc S L LIMAXED THE OuTnNc Q o A 0 IN W N I LAND ON THE SLOPE ONLY T0 SLBDE DOWN THE CRAWLINC ' o - A '- , -' T 'E F- "V Q C V 481 f Yum YU-m TI rnendsvj palm ChumPS 1 ' " TeQcher'S ' 1 45,5 Slory tener-5 fry Posen Ho mg in -J! 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