Newman High School - Yucca Gloriosa Yearbook (Sweetwater, TX)
- Class of 1937
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Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1937 volume:
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Sometime in the Future as you view,
Looking this Yucca Gloriosu through,
The picture of your friends and you,
Classmates, team-mates, teachers, too,
May you be backward carried
0'er the way that you have tarriedg
If you see once more with Imagination? eye
The days and ways of years gone by,
If this can be a means of all your joys recordecl,
VVe, the Staff, shall be most humbly rewarded,
For making this, the annual of to-day,
So much bigger and better in every way.
To one who is like another you,
Understanding, sympathetic, kind and trueg
To one whom mere words cannot explain,
Whose motto must be: "To give is to gain."
To one who is always sweetly the same,
Who is like Ald1'ich's "torch of flame,"
Who leads the students from dzuk to light,
From bad to good, from wrong to right.
To one who's pleasant, smiling' face
Shows all of loveliness and graceg
Thus this Yucca Gloriosa,-e'en our hearts, too,
We dedicate most fondly, Miss Harkins, to you.
ORDER OF Q-BOOKS
Mu5fd7lLg'5 at M707'i
fWz4.v1fczng's at Play
We know, of course, that life
On earth must sometime end,
And yet it truly hurts us deep
To know we've lost a friend.
The simple explanation
That death is just a gain,
Is not enough to rid ou1' hearts
Oi' loneliness and pain.
It's bad to die at any age
But worse to die in time
When life is at it's very best-
When a man is in his prime.
Were he a man less loved by all
And older in his time,
Our pain would be less hard to bear
But he was in his prime.
When one must leave the joys
And happiness at its best,
It's hard to leave this dear old world
Even for the greatest rest.
Our hearts are not so bitter
When we think of him above,
Away from strife and worry,
Enduring God's great love.
To the Students:
It has been a real pleasure to me to have been as-
sociated with the students of Newnian High School for
the last semester of the current school year. I have ex-
perienced nothing' but friendly and considerate coopera-
tion from you.
Your school, and mine, should become, and will, if
we continually strive to that end, one of the best in the
state. May I express the sincere hope that we may attain
this distinction, not for any personal recognition that
might result, but that a more superior training may be-
come available for the young men and women of this
J. H. WILLIAMS.
I am happy to have this opportunity to express to each of you
my deep appreciation for what you have contributed to the ad-
vancement of Newman High School.
Your purposeful ideals and' lofty ambitions, coupled with hard
work, will bring you that measure of happiness and success that I
now wish for you as you journey up the rugged Pathway of Life.
May you receive all the blessings that the Divine Creator of the
Universe' has in store for you.
R. S. COVEY.
Ci-he Principal l yy
To the Students of Newman High School:
The time I have spent with you has been too short-short but
very pleasant. I have been deeply impressed with the high, sturdy
type of friendship that has its roots entwined about the heart of
this school. All who leave this school can be assured of success if
this good quality is mingled with restraint and self-control.
You entered Newman High School to learn, and as you go forth
to serve, it is my sincere wish that you set an example that is truly
admirable, that you let integrity and honor be your watchword, and
that you will bear a cheerful message to the world. Do this, and
you will build a castle of happiness wherever life's way may lead
A. V. WILLIAMS.
QThis message was written three days before his death.J
BOARD OF EDUCATION
A. G. LEE
DR. A. A. CHAPMAN
E. E. ROY
F. D. O'LEARY
J. F. WILLS
The loyalty, good-will, and efforts of the Board of Education have
been firmly impressed on the minds of the students of Newman High
School. We wish to thank these educationally-minded leaders of
Sweetwater for their cooperation in endeavoring to make our schools
the best in West Texas.
MISS ETHEL I-IARKINS MRS. TIM TURNER MISS SARA WHEAT
ENGLISH llIS'l'OliY ICNHIASII
IS. A., T, C. V3 Ifnivursity of .L li., Ahilm-nv17111-ixtinn Cullvpf'-1
Texas. llmdin Simnmnh. IS. S., l'. I. A., UHIVIISIIX ui
MR. A. V. WILLIAMS COACH E. A. HENNIG
1'RINCII.'AI., PHYSICS PIIYSIUAII l'ZlJUl?A'I'ION,
ll. A., Simmons University, M. .
.X.. Univr:-aiiy of Colorado. ll. S., l'nlvf:1':4ity uf Illinois: ll.
S., S0llIIlWI!SN'I'll 'I'v:u'Iu-n's' l'uI'
lvgv: Univvvsily ul' Iowan.
MR. HOMER DENNIS MR. J. W. HALBERT MISS RUTH GRAY
MATU1flMA'1'ICS BIOLOGY IJISRARIAN
A. B., S. M. U., A. M., Univvx- Ii. S.. Sul IIQHN Siem' 'l'1':l1'l11-IH' IS. A., Univm-sity uI"1'r'x
sity uf Illinois. Uullvgvz M. S., Ukhulmmu A. S
MISS ELLICE HUDSON MISS FLORENCE BOYD
BOOKKEISPING PIIYSIUAL AND IlI'1AI.'l'II
SEURE'l'A1i1Al1 'FRAINING EDUCA'I'lON
B. .X., lhlylm' l7llix'1-wily. 'Wm-n
13. li. A.. UllIX'K'l'SIlj' uf 'l'l-xux 'l'I-xns.
MR. GILES E. BRADFORD MR. C. L. HARLESS MR. C. C. WILLIAMS
lI1S'l'0liY, ECONOMICS ASS1S'l'AN'1' COACH. DIVERSIFIED OGCUPATIONS
ll. A., llnivolsil-y of 'l'uxn:-z. t'OMllll'1lU'I.XI..XR'1'l'IlMl'1'I'1U Kansas Stntv 'I'f-nclwrs' College:
li. H., clillllllllilil University: Uni-
ll. S., IlIvMur1'y. vc-wily uf California: llllivvrsily
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MISS FRANKIE ELLIOTT MISS LAURA SHERIDAN
Sl-Zl5Rl'I'l'ARY 'FO SI71'l'IlilN- I-JNUIJSIL
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MR. RUSSELL SIIRADER MRS. FRANK COALSON MR. LAWRENCE PRIDDY
HAND, lllH'lll'IH'l'IlA Sl'.lN.lSll. .ll,f'llillR.l. l.1Nl'1 COACH
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MRS. W. D. MAULDIN MISS RUBY WOODS
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On Sweetwater's northern border,
Reared against the sky,
Proudly stands our Alma Mater
As the years roll by.
Onward, upward, ever forward!
Watch word-"Never Fail."
Hail to thee, our Alma Mater!
Sweetwater, all hail!
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Seniors, Juniors, Sophomoi-es-all
Assembled for work by an urgent call
Assembled here in the pony corral,
They work for good grades and a fine morale.
The dignified Seniols are first in line.
Chci.e clover is theirs by rights divine,
Importance is the word for them:
Others must bow at their every whim.
Next in rank are the Juniors lowly,
Working: hard, advancing slowly
Toward the time when they will shine
Just as this year's Seniors fine.
IS AT ORK
A necessary evil: green Sophomores'
Nuisances all-gigglesome bores,
Independent, self-righteous they be
Until they learn humility.
Be we Seniors, Juniors, or Sophomores green,
That we all work together is readily seeng
Our work is most interestingg we dare not shirk,
Oh! it's something to see a Mustang at work.
Tho' we realize it little, it's easy to see
We're working now for what we may beg
Out into the Future-each lad and maid
Marching along in Newman Hi School's parade.
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I-IIGI-I SENIOR OFFICERS
MARY JANE MURPHEY
Hillld '15-1-'35-'2Hi, Ili Y 'IISJHI51 Vivo'
Prvsiah-111 Hi Y '36, 'I'l'1-:lf-nlI'cl' "lm
Ilul'l':ll1lll':l" '35, l'rm-silll-nl .Press U
'36, Business. Mzmzugm-r Pony Hxpu-sn
'36, x7i1'l"I,ll'5ldl'llI Sm-ninr Class '36, ln-
I,s-lsvlmlastiv I.0ng.:1n- Spumsh Umm-ht.
'56, Senior Play WSU.
MR. GILES E. BRADFORD
MISS SARA WHEAT
MRS. S. N. DILTZ
MAXINE DILTZ ELLA RUTH MYERS
Pep Squad 'Il-I-'Il5-'36, Spanish Club
35, Plesidl-nl of llruniul-ir Club '36, Girl
lh-sn"ivu '35-'36, llllllllllill' Club '30,
ll1'llll'llllllCl'l'!-3 'il-1. Hmil-lirenkers 'Ili
llirw-tm' Sc-uiur Pay Cliupel '36, Gim-
Cluh '34, Progruui Committee '35-'HIL
ROBERT LEE CBobJ LUSK
Heart-'Pukers '34, Soul-Breakers '35,
llebute Club '34-'35, Secretary-Treusuv
ur Debute Club '35, Debate Team '34-
':l5, Glee Club '34-'35, President. Glue
Club '35, Pep Squad '34, Assistant, Yell
Lender '35, Head Yell Leader '36, Girl
Reserves '35-'36, Reporter Senior Class
'36, Most Popular Gill '36, Drnnmtics
Club '36, Tumbling Club '85-'36, Senior
T-'lgy '36, Reporter Pony Express '35-
CHARLSA RUTH ALSTON
Ili-Y 'IM-'35-'36, Chniruuiu Progruua
Cmiililillm- Hi-Y '35, Scul'et.:?'y5Iig '3G.
M-mtv 'IH-'35-'36, SlHllliSl 'lu '35-
'ZHS, Treusnrex' Spanish Club '36, Tennis
Singles '35-'36, Cuptuiu Tennis '36,
fElmrulSClnln '34, Senior Play '36, Mid-
erin . euior.
lleurt 'Parkers '34, PepSquud'3-1-'35-'36,
Banner Czirxivr 'JI5-'36-'37, Glue Club
'35-'36, Drmnulir- Club Vice-President
'36-'37, Girl Reserve '35-'36, Senior
lone nctl Pluy '36-'37, Soul Breakers
BEATRICE ANDERSON HARRIET REICH
Pup Squud 'ill-'235-'36, Soul lireukurs
35, Press Club '36, Girl R-escrve View-
Pivsident '35-'36, Sybil Thunlue-i Club
255-'36, Deelunmliuu '3-l, Senior Kuue
nvtl Plny '36-'1!7.
SARA NELL HALL
Dm.-bute Club '35-'86, Girl Reserve '35-
'3G, I-Ieurt. Tukers '34, Soul Breakers
'35, Press Club '35-'36, Glee Club '34-
'35-'3G, Pep Squad '34-'35-'36, Senior
Play '36, Mid-Term Senior.
Heart Tukers 'El-l, Soul Breakers 'F"5,
Pep Squad '35-'36, Spanish Club '35-'36,
Sybil 'l'hulnua-2 Club '34-'35-'36, Vice-
Presideur Sybil 'Plioxuus Club '36, Girl
Reserve '35-'86, Senior Play '36, Mid-
Pep Squad '34-'35-'36, Soul Breakers,
Editor Pony Express '35-'36, Assistant
Editor Pony Express '36, Press Club
'36-'37, Girl Reserves '35-'36, Decla-
mation '34-'35, Home Town Speaker
'35-'36, Senior fone actj Pluy '36-'37,
President High Senior Home Room '36-
Cllmxwll Club 'ElJ-'35-'Z-Hi, S1-rrot:u'y Cbur- Vice-Prvsidcnt Heart. Tukurs 'ZLl, l'm
ul Club '36, Spanish Club '35-TIG, llc-nrt Squad '34-'35-'CHL Vim-u-l'r1-siclunl Ilif.,b
'Parkers '34, Soul Bri-ukurs '35-'Jill Pep Snplmnmrv Cluss, Glue Club '34-'Ili
Squad 'EI4-'35"I-Hi, Mid-term Senior. Soul 1fl'l'2lkL'l'S '35, Spanish Club 'Jin
'36, X'll'l3'Pl'USidUlllf "Wheat Urnp
Prusiilunt Girl lh-survu '35-'SIG-'Iii
i'I'FSllll'lli Ulgll S4--niur f,'lllSS. llc-lmll
K'lub '1!5A'LlG, llrznnntiv Club 'IHS-'iii
Sunim' Lone null Play llili.
MARY TED GUNN ALETA FRAZIER
Pep Squad '34-'35-'36. Banmcr Currier Pop Squml '3-1-'C35- lb llnut, lnllus
'35-'36-'37, Girl Reserve '35-'246, Press 'ZS-L, Soul lirvuknws Hwbll 'llmxnns
Club '36, Henri Talkers Club 'Il-1, Soul Club 'IHS-'157. Gb-o ui f
Breukers '35, Svvrulsxry, Svuinr Play lie-sn-ivu '36-'37, Sl-nun 1, II
'36, Glve Club '25-L, Mos! Popular Girl term Senior.
'II-l, Clmirmaun Sm-ial Cmn1nill,l-me 'Jl4-'Z!5-
WILLIAM BELCHER BURL JOHNSON
llamml 'ZX4-'35-'IHi, llcbula- 'Il-l, 'l'l-mais AllLl'l.l'I'lll Sr-niur.
'35-'I41S, Drum Mnjur '36, Spanish Club
2.6, Senior Play '3G.
ll:-:url 'l':ikcrs 'JI-l, Sl'4'l'I'llllj'. Nou! Ilri-:nk
urs '35, Viv:-4l'n-sid:-111, Assislnnl Yu-ll
lnwull-l' '35-'1lli, llvlrutv fllllll Sl'1'l'1'liIlX
'34-'35, Vicu'Presidunt '36, 1'rvss Club
s0d'1'0lill'y 36, Girl liuservv '35-Will.
Glue Club 'Ii-I-'DQS-'36, Ser-r0l:lry TI!-
Senior Class '36, 'rlllllllilllg Club 'ZH-
'Zl5, Must Rv01n'0Hvl1mt,iv4e Junior Girl
'35, 'Fvnnis Tl'IlIll '35, HIllilllIllIlil'l,' Class
Svc-H-I:il'y 'Il-I, Junior Uluss S1'l'I'4'llll'j'
'35, Hvlllill' Pay 1'lmpm-I '25li.
LOW SENIOR OFFICE-RS
BEN ROBERTS, JR.
BEN ROBERTS, JR.
Pl'CSid0l1iL Senior Class '35-'36-'37
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l'mnI'n-lm-m'l', Pony IGx1.n'1-ss Stuff, Hilllll
MISS ETHEL HARKINS
MRS. M. K. STEVENSON
MR. HOMER DENNIS
l RUTH LA MBERT
ll-il'l Rcsvrvv 'Zlli-'Cl'7. Se-vl'ulu1'y Sybil
'l'lmnms lflih '35-'Zlli-'1lT, llvurf '1'ulwr.+
'23-I-'35, Soul lil'4'llliI'l'N '35-'JJIL
Pup Squad 'il-I-'35-'?lIi. Sybil 'lllllllllili
Club '35-'36, Girls liusvivu '35-'I'Hi.
llvnrl 'Pnkvrs 'Il-l, Soul lircukcrs 'J!5.
Ulm- Club '3-I.
Girls Sports Chili 'SIG-'HT.
.l. B. WORLEY
I"1mllulll 'IIS-'llli, ,llllll'li 'SIS
BETTY JO WELLS
Press Club '7Hi"ZV7, Girl lil-s0i'vus 'Illi-
"i7 'l'n-uni-z "N-S-'fl7 Ilvlrllv 'QT llowrt
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'l'uk:-rs Tm, Soul ljrvnlcure-1 'Z5fi.
-lunim' 'Il5"Zlli, Svllllll' 'tlli-'37, Svniur
Sll1llllSll Cllllll4Sl '3'li, Pop Hquucl 'IHS-'37,
Girls lfosurvr- 'IHS-'37, Slecrvlaury Spun-
isli Ulub 'illi-'37, xfll'1"l1l'l'Nllll'lll' llmm
lhmlu 'IMI-'37, llllillfl 'l'ukm-rs 'Il-I-'35
Soul llrrnkm-rs '35-'Illl.
EDNA EARL PACE
iil'lIll'i, 'l'ukvrs 'Il-I-'85, Soul Hl'Cllkl'l'S '35-
'Jlli, P011 Sllllllti 'Il-I-'Il5"2Zli"Zl7, Howl--
Hlwv l,'nrri0r 'Jl5-'IHS-'37, Spunisli Uluh
'Ili-THE. 'I'i-nnis 'l'u-:nu 'ZH-'Il5. 'l'ulnlrlin3:
Ululv ':i5-'36, uh-IM Iii-sl-rw '35-'zm-':l7,
llupmwlvi' Pony lixpruss '35-'IHi, l'1ditul'-
in-Chiof Yuccu Glm-loan '37.
lnwlnmtiu Club '36-'37
Bund 'li4-'35-'36-'37, Hi-Y
'37, Tennis 'IH-'35-'IIG-'37,
Yunnan Giorinszi '37,
Spring:Gl'ilLllu1llv. Pep Squad '36-'37, Merry Make-rs '36,
Sl'l'l'l'flI'l'j"'I'l'l'llS'l1lE'l' lJi'mxiaxl,i1- Club '36-
'!l7, llvbnlc Club 'fllfi-'37, Girls Rcsvrvu
'Zllj-'37, 'Tennis '36"llT.
LA VERNE BLEDSOE GLENN FITZGERALD
iil'1ll'l 'l'lIkl'l'S '3N"35. l,l'1'5ili1'lli Simi lli-Y '5l5-'36, Vivv-Pi'esidvill Hi-Y 'Illi-
llrvnki-rs 'Il5f'5lfi. f'1'lP Sllllilfi 'Ill-'NSY '37 Bnskvtbull 'EES-'36, Captain Basket-
Illi. 'l'r1-n:4urer Junuir Class '35, Girls hull 'Fvurn '36-'1l'i, Sports Editor Xuvmai
llvsviwl- 'ISS-'36, Yll'1"i,l't'Silil'lli Hills Hloriusa 'ZlT.
ii1'H1'lYI' 'llfl-'2lT, HIN: Ululi '35-'Illl, Hui--
ivly lfmlillnr Yllftill lllurinssi 'ZlT.
RAYMOND LASATER MARGARET FIFE
llusa-lmll IlllCl'Nl'il0illNiil' lmxxgln- 'llilftl-1, IH-p Squml 'Il-l-'SS5-'Elli-'37, Hills l!vsm'vi-
lwulaunulimi 'CII-'35, Spring Grmlunlv. '35-'illi-'I9T. Hemi 'Falk-'rs 'Il-I-'35, Soul
nl'l'1Ik4'l'S '35-Zlli, Uno Ari Ping' 'JNL lic- ,
lmlv Ulnh '3-l-'35-'36, St'l'l't'Ullj"'i'l'4'ilSlll" '
4-r NIIIJIXHIIIUIW' Class '31-'35, Vicu-Pl's-si-
dont Junior Class '35-'5'li. Repoilvr Suu-
ior Uluss 'IHS-'2i7. liimnzilia- Club '!lIiA
I '37, lixlulnpoiulu-mis SjII"liiill,2I '33,
Vim'-l'ln-simlm-lil Slmlunl liurly 'IZ5A'Illi.
MILDRED CHAMBERS WESLEY WARD
Pell Sflllild '34-'35, Glue Club '255-'iHi- 'l'r:lvelurs Club Sl'1'l'0l.2lI'y"l,'l'L'ilSlll'l'l' 'IHS-
'37. Spznush Club '34-'35, Hum-t fl'nlwrs ':l'7.
'El-1-. Suul Breakers '35, Girl Re'scl'vu
MARVIN WITT BETTY JO WELLS
Buys Glue Club 'ESU-'37. Pruss Club '36-'37, Girls lim-scrvu '36-
'2V7. 'l'e1mis '36-'37, Dvlmtv '37, Hcurt
'Panlcvrs '35, Soul liruukurs 'CHL
MINNIE MAY STEVENSON MAURICE WALKER
l'fvau't Talkers 'Il-L-'35, Soul .Bl'l'llk0l'S lli-Y Club '35-'illl-'37, linud '32-'2l2l,
'J55-'36, Glen Club '35-'?5fi. Merry Muk-
urs '36, Appr:-ulil-u Club Sec-I1-tu1y 'SSG-
J ESSIE MAE TUCKER
tuduntl . 1D'1 ll'l' fl "- .
llranuniin' '36-'37, lli-Y '35, Spring llvuri, 'l'ukurn4 'Zl,I"1l5, Soul l511::Llcc1's
4-, 1 "XE "Hi Ar uni' C'll In "Hi "VT
RUBYE MULLINS MALVEN STEVENSON
llw-url 'l'nkc-rs 'ill-'35, Hnul Bwuka-i's
'35-'2Hi, Pop Squad '7H"Zl.5-'2lli, Glcv
Vlulv 'ZS-I-'35-'ZHi, Assistant Iirlitur Yuv-
t-an Ulmiosn '37, Pup Squml Qunrlm-I 'Illi-
lli-Y Club '35-'I-IG, Press Club '35"1'G,
l'lrlitm' Pony Express '36, Spur!!-4 Edi-
lur Pony lixpmss '5I5. Nzunud un Rntmy
Sulmlursliip Cup twice '35-'36, Sw-rv'
l:u'y-'l'l'P:nsul'e1' Senior Class '36, Spanish
01. Club '35, Declunmtion Plllly in Distrivt
Meet '36, President Home Room '36,
Uhuirninn Boys Meetings '36,
JOEL HODGES CELIA MAE HENDERSON
l,l'lllll1' 'Il-I-'Cl5-'illi-'37, lli-Y 'IES-'CHL lllvm- Club 'CH-'IIS-'ISli. llvurl 'lliIlil'l'S
'37, vil'l"I,liCSlllL'lll, Juniors. Vim.--l'x-vsi- 'IN-'2I5. Suul lin-:nlce-i's '35-'Jiri Amxwnt-
nh-nl, S1-niurs. Prvsirll-nt Slmlvnt liucly im- Club Vic-u-Prvsidcnt 'lili-'37, Pri-ss
'JI3-'36, Business Alllllilgvl' Yum-m':n Glor- 1'lub '37, Girls RCSUIVL' '37, Spanish
iusal 'Jl7. Cuutvst
LAVELLE KEARNEY HAROLD HOPKINS
llvull 'l'ukvrs '35, Soul llnezxlu-l's WLS- Swing Gruduutu.
Will, lllillllllillt Club 'IHS-'1I7.
WILLIAM JUSTICE MILDRED V
l-'ontlulll '35-'36, Biology 'fill-'37, Sucre- Home
tary uf Fellowship C'ouunil,tm:u ul' Hun1e Yllilklxl
1' J 10
LEORA REED JOE DODSON
Pvv Slumd 'IH-'215-Wi, ln-an-1 'l'ukm's lanskell.nll 'zm-'ails-'37, lli-Y 'ws-'-us.'::'.
'Il-I-'35, Soul Bl'l'Zlkl'l'S '35-'36, Pony l"uutbnll 'ill-'35, Slmuisli Club 'lili-'llI.
l-'xwess 'El-I-'35"Elli-'Zl7. Gills lh-svrvc
'35-36-'37, XriCl"Pl'l'Slil0lll Spanish Club
'35-'36, Ruporlux' 'llunw l'fvm1oinim-s Club
'55-'36, Ptesidlent Home Rnum '36-'3l.
TOM HEADRICK MARY PEARL FARRIS
1-'m,1,1,n11 'g:4.':354':'li, 'l'l-ul-k ':l.l-'35 Tuunbling 'IR-uni 'ZH-'35-'itll-'Zt'7, Spnxts
liuskvlbzlll '3-l, Glu' Club 'Zi-l. Club 'TU-'3'5. P11355 Club 'El5-"'fi- Spun'
ish Club 'fill-'Jl'7, Pup Squad 'Jill-'1l',
Pop Sqnnd Quurlvt 'IH5-'37, l'll':1rl 'Puli-
l-rs 'HS-'35, Soul lin-zik"1's '35-'36, .lun-
iur Cluxs lll'll1ll'l'l'l' 'ZS5-'36,
LUCILLE COFFEE MARSHALL CURRY
Xfig-U-lfrpgillf-nf. al' llonuf lfvuzmiizia' Club llzuul '34-'35-'Z'ili-'Zl7, Spuuisli Club '1354
'34, l'residc-nt of Home Elrunuinics Club '36-'37.
'35-'36-'37, Tennis 'l'e:un '36, Sanib-
l"dito1' ul' Yucca Stuff '36-"i7, Girls liv-
serve '36-'37, llvurl, 'I'ukers 'SH-'35,
Soul Bn-:ikvi's '35-'2lli, Pup Squurl 'Zill-
RAYMOND RIDDLE BETTY CARTER
Prvsidmzl. Travel Club '36-'5iT, Glu-1' Club Slmuisll Club 'fl-', Ser-rselzny Spunisli
'35, Spxiug Guithullc. Club '35, Pmsicll-lit Sflllllllill Club '36,
Girls lCl'Sl'll'Vl' '2l5-'36, Pep Squucl '35-
.. . . . V. - H V..
.Ib, Kflrfe Club Jn, lll-:ul lukvrs .l-1,
Huul liwaikm-m 315.
P1-n hquzul .l-I- -l.s- All, hxrls lh-sorv4- '2l5- Spring: Grnfluutv,
740. Hb-v Ulull 'Ill-'3i54'3Hi, llvurl- 'Fuk-
1-rs 'Il-I, Smal Iirvukvrs '35, l4llll'il!'X Sv-
n-nvv Club Rcpurlur 'Mi-'Jl7.
ROSALINE JOHNSON WILLIAM JACKSON
IH-p Squad 'ZH-'35, Girls l'h-survv '2l5- Baud '36-'37, Enlgred '36, Druxuutil-
'Jill-'37, Hvurl 'I':1ka-rs 'Ll-I, Soul Break- Club '36-'37,
1-rs '35, Gluu Club 'il-1-'JIS-'36, Dobutc
Ulub I 11
Ulub 'Il-l, Ilwuuulin- ,V
'37, Class liuporlinr '2fl.
J. L. HEMBY
I - un'l,ur 'Illi-
LESLIE E. GARDNER
Hama '::::-':x4-'35-'36, Hifx' '::::-'::4-':m-
uuiuivs Club '33-'34.
ll:-ur! 'l'ukux's '34-'35, Pup Squad 'JH-'
'Ili-'IHS-'Il'7. Giver Club 'El5f'IHi, Soul
lilvnlqvrs 'IIS-'36, One Art Play fEl5-'36,
'lil'l'llhXlI'Pl' Gills Reserve '35-'Il6. Spam-
ish Ulull 'Cl5"IHi. Girls Rvselwo '36-'.I1.
Yuvvu flla.u'ius:1 Club 'IHS-'3'7.
'36, Foullmll '33-'34, Gleu Club 'Il-l-'35,
Drznuulic Club 'flii-'37, Buys Iluuur Iflvu-
GUY FRED ALLDREDGE VELMA ALLDREDGE
liuskelbull '35-'36, .x1l1ll'9llCl4'lA Club '25l3- Pup Squad '34-'35-'36, llvnrl 'l'ukl-rs 'Ci--I.
'37. Soul Breakers '36, Girls Iiusl-rvv 'IMA
'35-'?lfi, Snap llirlitor Yin-ru Gluriosu '25'T.
LANA CRESS BUD ALLDREDGE
IIOIIH: lduolxomil-s Club 'Zl5"3li, Gills l+'oulbzlll 'ZS-l-'SIS-'2lli, Uuplnin '36, l'l1X
Reserve 'E55-'36-'37, 1'vpSquud '8-1"2l5- '35-'36, Drunmtiv '36, Mus! Impu
'36, Heart '1'llkHlS 'IH-'35, Soul Break- Buy 'il6.
. - .. - , ., .
els 3:1-311, Cbmal Llub flu.
WILBURN CBeefyD WILLIAMS HERSHEL GORDON
Ili-Y Club '34-'35A'3l5, Glvu Club '35- Hlllld '33-'34-'35-'f'fi4'37, Hi-Y 'I54-'35-
'36, Football '35"3fi, Band 'Zi-1-'85, '36-'37, Class IT:-purlvr '33 I, Yup-gn Glm-.
YllI'l'2l Gloliusn Club '36, Basketball iosn Club '36, Glen Club '3-1935.
Home Economic-s Club '35-'3G4'37, Girls
Roselve '36-'E-17, Vice-Prcsirlent Sybil
'Fhumzls Club '36, Henri 'l'ukf-rs '35,
Soul ,Hl'0IllC0l'S '36, Nominating Commit-
lvl' ul' tlw I'I0llll' I'1c'mmniics Club 'fill'
'37, lilve' Club '1i5.
i ..., -.
'I'his t'Vt'lliIlt.I as I sit In-fore at dying glow in the
fireplui-e, I think ot' my st-hool days. 'Phe most. huunte
ing xnemorit-s me those of the days spent in Newman
Iligh St-huol. Perhaps the students ol' that. bygone
year of ltlIl7 vould he t-ompuretl to the lust glowing
etnhu-rs ol' the t'irt-plum-e--tlu-ir lives stu-teliittt.: fartlter
:md fartlu-r into the dilu unknown. Hut just for old
tinu-'s sake. I think il would he intl-rl-st'iln: and ninnsl
ing to follow all those students' destiuies.
Iltfrt' um I, un old Intttlr-srnt't'etl llewspupel' wo-
man, who has written many stories to go to many
presses, hut I still rerneniht-r those N!'llll'il I wrote for
tho Pony Express hnrk in old Newman Iligh Sc-hool
tllmrlie Motgan. who went to I-'raun-1-, avquired at
phony uri-ent and title und returned to Ann-iivn to
marry the ue-west Imm-o Sensation, ltlswguret l"it'1-, now
known as l"e-iuom- l"t-mone.
.lust think ol' the dift'rrotu'r- of liunu tlress' status
Iltlw. She is managing u very suurussfnl llt'tllll-N shop
whit-h spf-viulizes in rt-during. The other day liuna
said ltluiy Pt-:nl lf'arris t'lllllL' in and one would lmrdly
know lu-r. It seems thntz Mary Penrl was resigning
from In-r position as fat. lady in the t'il't"ll5 und there-
lort- wished to lose six hundred pounds or so. By tho
way, Luna poses, in In-r spare time, for "How To Be
lieuntil'ul," in thirty easy lessons.
T ret-1-ivt-tl at letter recently from Olan Bennett
and it look me quite some time to reinenthet' that it
was Os:-ar. i'iVlfif'Illij' he ami Miss ltlllire liueille Hud-
son in a trunk moment settled their differences and
said, "I do."
Mulven Stevenson, the Shrimp Itlilliomtirf-, has for
his new hotly guard, that pirture ot' ntusvular strength.
Wesley Ward. 'Phey do very nicely together if it were
not. for that notorious Raymond Riddle kidnapping
Wesley und then rohhing Itlalren, or should we now
say Mr. Stevenson.
On my lust tour around the world I 1-ncuunteretl
several of my former rhums, thus proving that the
world is a small plan-o alter all. l'1arl Prosser has
gum- native in Maxi:-o and wus .lust another pt-ou.
Jann-s lfollins I met. in jolly old ltlnghunl, and
Ins assumed I'lughsh manner was quite amusing.
In llawaii I found Mildred Voss, Ilouise Svhleu-
ter, aml Alline Jones getting into the swing ot' things
and wearing grass skirts. Tut, lut. and they were
surh modest girls in high sr-huol, ton.
I found l'at l'ulterso:t married to .Iohn Palmer
ltr-eper in New York. Pat was, nt-edlx-ss to say, having
n wourlt-rt'uI tinn- spending P. .l.'s inln-ritum-e.
.K st-rontl l.indIn-rgh. tilt-nn i"ilZll"l'llili, following
in the steps of his hrotlnsr. is tn make a tonnd-tlu'-
world flight lu-:inning next Monduy.
In-arlt 5lrl'fIrny und J. li. Worley, nun' plalyillhi'
professional rlllllililii. me gaining at nann- for them-
S,-lvq-N in the World ol' Sports. 'l'lu'y were reel-ntly
guests on Ripley's "lit-Iinvu It Ur Noi," lrllillt-I IWW
they made those lust two touvltdowns in the lust. two
minutes ot' tht-ir lust gmnr.
In-his lit-t-res has rome lo tlu- I-nd that 1-vt-ryotto
pretlirled, he is just n gigolo showing old ladies the
town. Ile railed me it while hook and wus lauglnng:
or-or tlu- fm-t that he escorted Rosalint- .lohnson to all
the night spots while her husband, Walter Andi-rsou,
roiuainetl on the Farm in Arkansas.
liud Alldrm-cltzo grew ratlter shi:-kish and dyed
his hair to heroine another Rohm-rt Taylor, but that
did not click with the women, so he died ot' a deflated
Bess llurrigan showed some amhitiou, for sho may
now he l'ound with Ringling Brothers Cirrus swallow-
'I'ho hoy that. has risen ln the heights is Jon'
Dodson, In tlu- short. years siuvt- graduation, he ho-
vnnn- a politiw-ian and with the aid ol his vrooked parti-
ners, Ileo Crow, Raymond Lassiter, and Murslutll Curry,
he is now President of the United States. Joe created
quite at sensation by placing ten females on his cabinet
They are Betty Garter fthe wife of Mnrslutllj, Mildred
Chambers, Lucille Coffee, Celia Mae Henderson, Jessie
Mao Tucker, Ruth Iiarnbert, Minnie Mae Stevenson,
Arlene Toler, Ilelen Bacon, and Marjorie Stevenson.
'l'he In-all of tht- Western Union System in Sweet.-
wator is now Mr. Alden Burge, who has at last mar-
ried that dashing young daughter of the most promin-
ent. doc-tor of that city.
Imagine my surprise lust. night when I dropped
into a hot night spot and there found the new orches-
tra leader to ln' none other than our own "Beefy" iVil-
Iiams. l'lllu Ruth Myeis, the "gill with a tear in her
eye," is Mrs. Williams in private life.
Speaking of prolessiomtl entertainers, Josh Bill-
ings is just another George Raft, and he has as his
dancing partner, Ruth Gray, who, when not dancing,
sings Torch songs at. the Ritz, during tea hours.
Ruth told me that Louise Davenport and Maurice
Walker were engaged as partners in a sofa nnmufactur'
As everyone suspected, lt'dna Earl Pace and
George Bradford now have a, large rattle ranch in
XVyoining and spend then' summers abroad.
Fred Alldredge, whose wife is a member of Joe's
cabinet, in other words Lana Cross, sits buck and
lakes things easy. He says he's testing up from that.
work he had to do hack in High Srhool.
llaVelle Kearney and Gloria Johnson have the
right idea about things, as they ate now the leading
mod:-Is for Uolliers and Good Housekeeping.
Ruby Mullins has enjoyed phenomenal success in
the movies as another Marie Diessler. She says that
she owes it. all to Miss Sala XVheat, who started her
out on the road to fame.
lwora Reed, the new Spanish tv:u'lu'r in Newman
lliglt Se-hool. was it-t-ently installed in place of her
sister, Mrs. I"i:tnk Coulson, who rc-signetl for a better
position in llnllus.
Ilershel Uuidou enjoyed some popularity after he
was 1-hnsen as the Flerfklt- Ulnunpion of the United
Slut-os, hut he has relapsed into oblivion now.
Poor old J. L. Hemby-he has not ventured far
as he is still striving earnestly to pass English under
Miss lVheat. lvilliam YVorIey also is still staying just
to keep him company.
llyndall Stringfellow and Iidwina Walker are the
"Whistling Sisters" who eonieron over XVBAP every
thitd Wednvstlay at 1. o'clork, Central Standard time.
lm Yi-xuo Ilh-dsoe is still trying to det-ide between
lit-slie ii'3lllillPI' and Bob Glass, hut as Bolt is now :I
hig International man we just imagine ln- will be the
'l'homas Cross, under the utamtgetm-ut of Harold
llopkins, is gaining fame and popularity as the new
fs-ntln-r weight L-Itampion of Iladnkit County.
'l'om lleadrivk, after he was turned down by
llvlen, wont into swlusion with NVilIam Justine :md
thoy are fast. hevoming misers. Uh well, love is at
.lot-I Hodges, for whom some destined it great.
future-, is now merely a eow-,yuu-or on the huge ranch
owned hy Wilson het-per.
Ben Roberts finally succumbed to the seductive
charms of Velma Alldredge and married the gal. The
latest addition to then' humble little cottage is a large,
My thoughts have followed sixty'four seniors.
Now the embers are blackened, and l must retire if
I am to he fit for the routine of the office tolnorrow.
Betty Jo W'eIls.
Charlsa Ruth Alston
Aleta Frazier lr
Tom Pat Glass
Mary Ted Gunn
Sarah Nell Hall
Ella Ruth Myers
J. L. Hemby
J. B. Worley
Mary Pearl Farris
Edna Earl Pace
Minnie Mae Stevenson
Jessie Mae Tucker
Betty Jo Wells
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MISS LAURA SHERIDAN
MISS RUTH GRAY
MR. C. C. WILLIAMS
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C. P. WOODRUFF
JESSIE ERMA NULL
W. R. OWEN
W vs MMO
TOMMIE LOU YOAKUM
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HENRI ELIZABETH BROWN
ALETHA GOODNOUGH '
WANNA RUTH BEALL ji ,Q f'
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MARY RUTH RASCO
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MONTE ESTES STONE
R. B. REDDEN
F. V. WALKER
JOHN PALMER LEEPER
BURL GENE LYNN
GEORGIA FAY WILLIAMS
BILLIE BOB SWAIM
MARY LOUISE CARTER
I MARIE JESSIE
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Bottom Row :
BILLIE BOB ALSTON
REY NELL ALSTON
ELSON RAY DODSON
J. T. Allen
Rey Nell Alston
Wanna Ruth Beall
Alma Dean Brand
Henri Elizabeth Brown
Willie V. Burklow
Van T. Copeland
Mary Louise Carter
Elson Ray Dodson
John Ed Garrett
Mattie Joe Hardin
Murl' Jones .
John Palmer Leeper
Burl Gene Lynn
Jessie Erma Null
W. R. Owen
Mary Ruth Rasco
R. B. Rcdden
Tillie Ma1'ie Rice
Sula Faye Rushing
La Rue Scott
Emma Lynn Shell
Monte Estes Stone
Billy Bob Swaim
F. V. Walker
Martie Anna Webster
H. C. Wilke
Georgia Fay Williams
C. P. Woodruff
Dora Mae Worsham
Tommie Lou Yoakum
VIRGINIA HODGES W. B. CBuckJ WETSEL
MR. J. W. HALBERT MISS FLORENCE BOYD
9 lo,N'QU'U'fa 1
MARY LOUISE KAISLTR
DOROTHY JANE DAVIS
W. B. CSnooksJ THOMAS
MARY LEE FAVER
BILLY JO BROADDUS
MARY LOUISE CHAMBERS
MARIAN VA UGHAN
LETHA MAE HANNA
waypg-1,L.,,,jg BILLY vopn sly
I fre yfwf . Rm EAI
J. W. WEBSTER
FRANCES LOU DEAN
S. J. MAY
BETTY LEE GRAVES
IMO GENE TAYLOR
ANNIE MERLE HORTON
HARRIE MAY GILLIAN
ELAINE ALLDREDGE MARY FRANCES WINDROW
A. B. Allslrvllgc
Billy Bob Alston
Jlllllllll' la-o .l:lllil'l'
.lvssiv live lil'ilIll
Ruby l"rani-us Bvrlilvy
Billie' .lo Broaddns
Allie B. Carter
Mary lioniso Clianihvrs
lNillio F, Uolvnian
Dv NVilio Conley
Rubye Rae Grossman
B. H. Davidson
Nc-ll lllva Davidson
Dorothy .Tania Davis
Ervii- lieu Davis
F!'ahuc-ts lion 'lh-an
Paul Fred lioinrint
Lora. May l"oy
C. li. Ifrvuman
llatha lice l+'rc-cman
Alary lflta Haut
llarriv F-lan' Gilliam
Bc-tty law- Graves
Srotl A. Gl'l?l!l'
la-tha Mau llanna
illinniu lion- llolland
Anniu M. llollon
S. l'. llnflgins
ll. ff. Ivy
Mary Louise Kaiser
Mrs. May Kully
llav Ns-ll llanilioll
il. li. Logan
B. M. Hartin
S. J. May
R. H. Monlzgoincry
l'nl':l .Ivan Ugrlvn
Audio Mac Hagan
C. lf. Svotl
Gallia Al. Sniallwood
Luna Mao Spencer
NV. B. 'l'll0lllllS
Billy Mai- 'l'illman
liinniu llflm-rlo 'l'nll.lo
J. ll. Wadclm-ll
J. D. llfubstci'
Fl'lllll,'l'!-1 Paul lVhil.o
XVel.ha llouisc Whitmirm
Mary l"r:nn-os Winilrow
GZMUSTANGS AT CDZQPLAY
Important Mustangs-busy Mustangs, too,
Most earnestly their studies do pursue,
And yet take time when pleasure's hour doth come
To make the old corral with merry voices hum.
Such clubs as Press, Hi-Y, and Choral, too,
Have the Mustang spirit thro' and thro',
Dramatic and Apprentice are clubs that rate,
As well as Staff Club, Girl Reserve, and Debate.
We delight in baseball and basketball,
While football and tennis are liked by allg
Volley-ball, too, does add to our glee-
Oh, sportsmanly Mustangs 'tis a pleasure to see.
We have our popular favorites, too:
Joyce Rogers: loveliness thro' and th1'o',
Fun-loving "Pinkey," who'll someday go far,
And "Buddie-Boy" Alldredge, so debonair.
And Horace Young, the most representative boy,
And sweet Ella Ruth, full of courage and joy,
Fine girls and boys all of them are
All gates to all hopes to them stand' ajar.
Mustangs! live happily, honestly, true,
Be earnestly sincere in all that you do,
Oh, play on, gallant Mustangs, yet while you may
For Life may not deal you thus all the way.
MISS ETHEL HARKINS
EDNA EARL PACE
LA VERNE BLEDSOE
W. B. THOMAS
Yucca Gloriosa Club
Elsie Burl Barnhill
W. B. Thomas
C. P. Woodruff
Edna Earl Pace
La Verne Bledsoe
F. V. Walker
Miss Ethel Harkins, Sponsor
,fi fi'ii"i ,AWD
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Staff Of The Pony Express
Editor ----. .................................. Malven Stevenson
Assistant Editor --- ................ Mable Wade
Associate Editor .... ............... E velyn Harris
Business Managers ......H........... Earnest Langley, Ben Roberts
Columnists ......................... ............ ..... ....
--Harriet Reich, Horace Young, Malven Stevenson, Betty Jo Wells
Home Room and Club Editor ............... Henri Elizabeth Brown
Exchange Editors ................... Leora Reed and Mickey Tubb
Personals ............ Jane Murphy, Marcelle Moore, Nancy Fortner
Headline Writers ....... Johnnie Bibb, James Graham, Gordon Renfro
Faculty Advisor --- ..................... Miss Laura Sheridan
PONY EXPRESS AFFILIATED
WITH PRESS ASSOCIATION
The Pony Express is now a
member of two state organizations,
the Interscholastic Press Associa-
tion, and Texas High School Press
.af . -,,
Earnest Langley ............. President
Mickey Tubb ............ Vice-President
Evelyn Harris - ..... Secretary-Treasurer
Mickey Tubb ................ President
Betty Jo Wells -- ...... Vice-President
Evelyn Harris ...... Secretary-Treasurer
Miss Laura Sheridan --- ..... Sponsor
HISTORY OF ORGANIZATION
The Press Club was organized in 1936 for the purpose of sponsoring' the Pony Express, the
monthly newspaper of Newman High School. In addition to sponsoring' the paper the objectives
of the club are: ill to give students practice and instructions in writing, Q22 to give them a.
knowledge of the newspaper as an important element in the existing' social system, and 13D to
serve as an exploratory unit so that students may determine whether or not they wish to enter
the field of journalism.
High Spots In Press Club Calendar
.Jointly entertained with Yucca Gloriosa
Club December 11, at Miss Sheridan's home.
Sponsor and twelve members attended
annual Texas Press Conference in Abilene
Successfully sponsored the date bureau
for Junior-Senior Banquet and discovered
what good sports the boys of Newman High
School really are.
Sponsored an Ugliest Boy-Prettiest Girf
Exhibited baby pictures of the faculty
members of Newman High School and offered
prizes to those who guessed the identity of
A representative group attended Inter-
scholastic League Press Conference in Austin,
May 7 and 8, coming back inspired to put out
a better paper next year. They brought back
memories of happy times spent at the Press
Jamboree and an appreciation of the Univer-
sity of Texas.
President --- ....... Maxine Diltz, first semester
Rosaline Johnson, second semester
Vice-President ....................... Margaret Fife
Secretary-Treasurer --- -- Lenora Patterson
Sponsor .......... --- Miss Sara Wheat
Limited membership in the dramatic club, sponsored by Miss Sara Wheat, was
determined by try-outs before a judging committee.
Notable among the achievements of the club was the work done on the stage of
Newman High School, and the production of a one-act play, "Elizabeth's Young Man,"
for assembly in the fall. The club sponsored the Interscholastic League contest play,
"Poor Old Jim," including in the cast, Ira Barry, Margaret Fife, and Horace Young
with Charlie Morgan as manager.
Two socials were held during the year, a Christmas banquet, and a picnic in
Late in the spring semester the organization for the coming year was perfected,
and plans for the coming' year were made.
ill " ' '
MR. GILES E. BRADFORD JOYCE ROGERS
BETTY JO WELLS JOHN PALMER LEEPER
MARY LOUISE KAISER CHARLES WAYNE HODGES LENORA PATTERSON
ROBERT FAVER C. P. WOODRUFF
During the term 1936-1937 the Newman High Debate Club under the direction of Mr. Giles
Bradford made some encouraging progress.
The club received invitations to ten tournaments during the season from Lubbock, Snyder,
Breckenridge, Brownwood, Baylor College at, Waco, Amarillo, Denison, Abilene, Wichita Falls,
and San Angelo.
On February 7, 1937, two teams accepted an invitation to San Angelo. Both teams were
defeated by Abilene.
An invitational meet held in Wichita Falls on March 5 and 6 was attended by John Palmer
Leeper, C. P. Woodruff, Robert Faver, Pat Patterson, Betty Jo Wells, and Mr. Bradford. In
this tournament the girls were defeated in the first round, but the boys defeated three teams
and went to quarter finals where Wichita Falls won the decision.
' Snyder visited the club for practice debates on March 19 and April 1, but no decisions were
Eldorado, Texas, stopped in Sweetwater during a tour on March 20 and debated. The
Sweetwater girls, Pat Patterson and Betty Jo Wells, won the decision, but John Palmer Leeper
and C. P. Woodruff were defeated.
On April 2 the teams accepted an invitation to debate A. C. C. in Abilene. Those making
the trip were Joyce Rogers, Charles Hodges, C. P, Woodruff, John Palmer Leeper, Betty Jo Wells,
and Mr. Bradford. No decision was given.
District Meet on April 9 and 10 clilnaxed the debating season. The two teams finally
selected for district competition were Betty Jo Wells and Joyce Rogers and John Palmer Leeper
and C. P. Woodi-ui'i'. The girls were defeated by Fluvanna in the second round, and the boys
were eliminated by Colorado City after having defeated Stamford.
The teams made trips covering six hundred! miles on the expense money furnished by the
School Board from the school budget.
Those debaters who will be eligible next year are John Palmer Leeper, Joyce Rogers, Robert
Faver, and Mary Louise Kaiser.
Read from Left to Right:
Gnlrie Maw Snmllwond
Rnbye Rhea Grossman
Nell Eva Davidson
'Wellhn Louise XVllliIIlll'l?
lAlJI'2l Male Foy
Minnie lieu llollzind
Lothn Mae Hanna.
Mrs. XV. D. Mnnldin
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Music I is a course in theory of music, carrying one affiliated credit. It is divided
into chorus and sight reading, solfeggio, elements of musical theory, and history and
appreciation of music.
The Musie Club's membership is composed of pianists, band boys, and singers,
thus deriving mutual benefits from these various phases of music.
The President for the first semester was Marie Rogers, and for the second,
ra. W. Il, iilzmlrlin
ti L lmlzi Mm- Foy
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erous progrzmis, including Christmas and Spring Operettas, Commencement Exercises,
C'hu1'ch in isic, and attended the Hardin-Simmons University Voice contests.
The clubs' objectives are for each member to gain experience in note-reading
and to learn more of the technique of singing.
Rey Nell Alston
Billie .lu Bruudclus
line Nell Launlwrt
Mrs. NV. D. lllunldin
Mary Ruth Raxsco
Mary Louise Cartel'
Maury Louise Kaiser
MRS. F. D. COALSON
Secretary - - - -
--- - Jimmie Beall
- -- -- Walter Anderson
- - - - - Nina Toler
Alldredge, A. B.
Alston, Billie Bob
Chambers, Mary Louise
Gilliam, Harrie Mae
Program Chairman -- --- John Pepper
William Justice, Harrie Mae Gilliam
--- Mr. J. W. Halbert
Montgomery, R. H.
May, S. J.
Sybil Thomas Club
MEMBERS OF SYBIL THOMAS CLUB
Blanche Barry Fannie Galbraith Virginia Pace
Maudie Fay Bennett Aletha Goodnough Peggy Pickett
Marie Boozer Minnie Lee Holland Leora Reed
Bess Carrigan Yvonne Hutchins Inez Scott
Velta Cairigan Loneta Jarvis Gabie Mae Smallwood
Mary Louise Carter Pauline Lee Arlene Toler
Imogene Cathey Mary Knapp Mildred Voss
Lucille Coffee Ruth Lambert Georgia Fay Williams
Frances Darnell Rae Nell Lambert Mary Frances Windrow
Nellie Eva Davison Muriel Lehde Weltha Louise Whitmire
Lillian Fry Iris Muns
Mrs. Lambert Mrs. Davison Mrs. Johnson
MISS RUBY P. WOOD
Lucille Coffee --- --- President Minnie Lee Holland ..,..,..,.. Reporter
Ruth Lambert ............... Secretary Aleta Frazier --- Parliamentarian lst term
Arlene Toler --- Vice-President 2nd term Rae Nell Lambert ...........,,, U,
Sarah Nell Hall l- Vice-Presicleut lst term
----,,---- Parliamentarian 2nd term
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Nolan County News
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edu:-ation may 1 pxogressively improve myself :md my
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SLOGAN: To Fame Life Squarely.
PURPOSE: To Find and Give the Best.
President .................................... Mattie Jo Hardin
Vice-President ................................ La Verne Bledsoe
Secretary .....................-........ ,,. ..e..... Mickey Tubb
Treasurel' ..................... ., ................. Helen Bacon
Churlsa Ruth Alston
Mary Ted Gunn
Sarah Nell Hull
Ella Ruth Myers
Edna lflnrl Pau-e
Mattie Ju Unnlin
livy N4-Il Alslnu
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Bully Jo W1-Ils
Wzmnn Ruth llenll
Mary Pl-url Farris
Ci-lin Mm- llemla-rson
Minnie Mm: Stcvi-ns
Mnry Imnise Caller
Jessie l'1rxnn Null
Dolliu Il. Pt?1'l'llllilll
Many linlh Museo
H igh-Y Club
THE PURPOSE: To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and com-
munity h'gh standards oi' Christian character.
THE SLOGAN: "Clean living, clean speech, clean athletics, clean szholarship, contag-
ious Christian character."
President ...... ......... - -- Riley Simmons
Vice-President ..... -- Glenn Fitzgerald
Secretary-Treasurer --- ...,................. Floyd Stamps
Sponsors .......... --- Mr. J. W. Halbert, Mr. Homer Dennis
John Palmer Leeper, Ben Roberts, Malven Stevenson, Maurice Walker, Houghton
Crowe, Jimmy Dulaney, C. P. Woodruff, Emmett McDonald, Joel Hodges, Bernard
Kirkpatrick, Jimmy Beall, Bud Alldredge, Robert Free, Marshall Curry, and Wilburn
Alston, Ullaarlsan Ruth
Alston, Key Null
llvalll, Wanna, .linlll
Bennett, Maiualic Fame
lilvdsrw, lm, Verna:
Broaddns, Billy .lo
Brown, Hemi Pllixamlwtli
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Davidson, Null Evan
Donn, Frances Lou
Farris, Maury l'm-:url
GIRLS PEP SQUAD 1936
Uilliaun, llaariiv Man-
Gunn, Mau y Tull
llnll, Hamill Ns-ll
llaannal, In-than Mau'
llollaanal, Minnia- In-v
llnrtun, Anniu Ma-rlv
Kalissar, Maury Luuisar
Moorv, Main-aallu if
Myu-rs, l'lIIaa Hull!
Null, .la-basin l'il'lllil
Pan-1-, X ll'Q.flIllll
l'4-rrinmn, llollim- livll
linscu, Malry Ruth
Hlaa-ll, Ialmmaa, Lynn
SIIIIIHNVIIUII, Gubiu Blillt
Sll0IlI'0l', Lanai Mau-
Mlm-ills. 'llniiay .Tn
Winclrow, Maury I"l'illlll's
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JANE MURPHY, Assistant Leader TOMMIE LOU YOAKUM, Assistant Leader
MISS ETHEL HARKINS ELLA RUTH MYERS, Head Leader MISS FLORENCE BOYD
CHARLSA RUTH ALSTON EDDIE HENNIG
MARY TED GUNN EDNA EARL PACE
RUSSELL E. SHRADER
John Tubb, Jr.
John Ed Garrett
John W. Pepper, Jr.
Girls' Sports Club
President ...... ..... ..........
Vice-President --- ---- ---------
Secretary .... .......... , .......
President ...... -- .................
Vice-President --- ---
Secretary ...... .....-
Sponsor - -
- -- - - - - Mildred Buck
Wanna Ruth Beall
-- Jessie Erma Null
- - - Frances Spencer
- - - - - - - Louise Silvey
- - - - Jessie Erma Null
Miss Florence Boyd
Wanna Ruth Beall
Datha Lee Freeman
Annie Merle Horton
Jessie Erma Null
Dollie Belle Perriman
Lena Mae Spencer
Dora Mae Worsham
OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER
Rayllwnd Riddle ................... ....-..,,.., .,... P 1 'esldent
Wesley Ward - - -
Helen Neeper - - -
- - - - ,-- - Vice-President
OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER
Raymond Riddle ................. .................... P resident
Helen Scott .......
Elizabeth Paddock --
- -- - - Vice-President
- - Secretary-Treasul el
Alma Dean Brand
Willie V. Burklow
Mattie Jo Hardin
Mrs. Tim Turner, sponsor
Library Science Club
OFFICERS: FIRST AND SECOND SEMESTER
Vice-President - - -
REV. L. G. SHEPPERD
REV. E. D. DUNLAP
Geraldine Davison, Emma Lynn Shell
- - - - - - - - - - Robert Faver, Billy Tillman
------------------------..------- Tillie Rice
------------------ -----e---- Miss Ruth Gray
Helen Miller Emma Lynn Shell
Audie Mae Ragan Clifton Stringfellow
Tillie Rice Billy Tillman
Louise Schleuter Kenneth Skiller
REV. J. P. CRENSHAW
REV. F. W. HENKEL REV. L. L. TROTT
REV. G. L. SMITH REV. G. T. PALMER
Alden is, as usual, at the wrong place
But his countenance does resemble that of a horse's face.
Miss Sharp is frantically fanning to keep cool,
But in her classes she maintains a strict rule.
Mr. J. H. Williams snaps the whip,
And as the head of Newman High he's really a pip!
Doris Parsons behind Mr. Williams sits
As the school secretary she really fits.
That's Mr. Mitchem commanding the hose
On the job you'll never catch him in a doze.
Newman High School boasts of one set of twins-
But Elmer and Velma will be gone when this school year
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Plwolograplms of Favoriies
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W. B. Weiss!
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CyX'fKiS5 Joyce RO8CI'5
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miss Mable Cwode
7-School bells ring.
11-Our first game. Sweetwater 20,
19-Classes organized. Ben Roberts, Sen-
ior Presidentg Riley Simmons, Junior
Presidentg John W. Pepper, Sophomore
25-The unforgetable night-Sweetwatelh
Brownwood. Sweetwater 8, Brownwood 0.
2-Special train to Cisco. Sweetwater 60,
8-Hardin-Simmons' Cowboy Band ooncert
9-Sweetwater 0, San Angelo 17.
20-Yucca Gloriosa Staff presented in As-
2 1-Amateur Typist presented.
26-Billy Lewis and Indian Chief give pro-
5-Mid-Term Seniors present Bigger and
Better Baby C'ontest.
6-Sweetwater 52, Ranger 0.
7-Seniors leave for the Centennial.
9-Seniors return-Everyone had a grand
12-Joyce Rogers selected Queen of the
Annual. La Verne Bledsoe and' Frances
13-High Seniors have picnic at Boothe's
16-Abilene 47, Sweetwater 2.
20-Breckenridge 25, Sweetwater 6.
26-Sweetwater 6, Big Spring 9. Special
train to Big Spring.
11-Juniors, Seniors, and Sophomores give
pep rallies. Juniors defeat Sophomores
in football. Press and Annual Clubs have
party at Miss Sheridan's.
15-Low Seniorslhave box supper in Gym.
16-Juniors defeat Seniors in football.
18-Christmas Holidays begin.
4-Holidays end. Class fight. Seniors
Jan. 5-Junior High tumbling club gives pro-
7-Mable Wade, W'ilburn Williams, Seniors'
most representative boy and girl. Joyce
Whaley, Horace Young, Juniors' most
representative boy and' girl. Frances Lou
Dean, Buck Wetsel, Sophomores' most
representative boysand girl.
13-Mid-Term Seniors' examinations begin.
15-Junior party at Miss Sheridan's. Senior
affair at home of Mildred Chambers.
20-Mable Wade selected to go to Austin.
24-Death of our beloved principal, A. V.
28-Second semester begins.
1-New principal-J. H. Williams.
12-Annual Press Convention at Abilene.
19-Junior class gives style show.
26-High Seniors present "Silly Songstersf'
March 6-Spanish Club Banquet given at the
March 19-Seniors give picnic at Lake Sweet-
March 22-Date Bureau started.
March 23-Lawrence Priddy head coach for
coming season. Coach Clarke and Coach
March 26-Spanish play presented in assembly.
March 29-Roscoe glee club gives program.
March 30-Dedication of the flag pole presented
by the graduating Seniorslof '36.
April 1-Snyder band gives concert.
April 9-District Interscliolastic League Meet at
April 16-Junior-Senior Banquet.
May 7-Senior Banquet.
May 14-Senior Play.
May 17-High Senior examinations begin.
Looks bad, but-
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Well of all things, Vern and
The Old Scrub Spirit
Folks, this is Pinkey Whaley
Watch the birdie!
Why, Rey Nell and Buck!
You cant fool me-she is no
How will it end?
Introducing Lawrence Priclcly
Where are the rest of 'em?
Just another game
Teddy and Leach
Beefy made a touchdown!
Beefy made a touchdown!
Wait, Jane, don't hit me!
Kinda cute, isn't she?
Hats off to our new
Number 2, please
Our noon hour gathering
Our "Smile Girl"
One of our very, very bestest
Speaking of good cooks! l !
The ladies' man
Our annual poet and her
lra's big moment
Another great day
One of our newest adiditions
Pep Squad Canaries
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A faithful Senior
"Old Iron Man"
Legs appear on page 71
Memories of Breckenridge
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Wonder who is getting
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An outstanding Senior
Boys to one side
Girls to the other aide, please
After serving' for two
years as assistant coach,
Coach Laurence P1-iddy
was elevated to coach for
next year. Coach Priddy,
being an outstanding col-
lege player, is well versed
in football and is success-
ful in instilling his know-
ledge into every player.
For seven years Coach
Edgar Hennig guided the
Mustangs to many victor-
ies, and has produced
many outstanding college
players. We regret very
much to lose him to Tyler,
which is but another step
taken in his ladder to suc-
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Walter Anderson, business
manager for the Mus-
tangs, was always on hand
when the first-aid kit or
the water bucket was
C. L. Harless, outstanding
McMurry football player,
worked with the Mustangs
this season for the first
time. Hai-less spent mast
of his time running the
plays of the opposing
teams, and was valuable
in this respect.
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The Mustangs started the 1936 football season off in high spirits and in fine
shape. They took them as they came. First they defeated Roscoe, then Brownwood,
and Cisco. Brownwood was favored to win, but the Mustangs had other ideas. After
a hard fought battle in torrents of rain, the Mustangs won by a score of 8-0. Roscoe
and Cisco offered little competition for the Mustangs.
The Mustangs then lost gruelling battles to the San Angelo Bobcats and Brecken-
ridge Buckaroos. However, many of the boys turned in their best performances of
the season against Breckenridge.
The Mustangs went on stampedes in the games with Eastland and Ranger. In
neither game did the opponents make a score.
Abilene and Big Spring' proved too tough for the Mustangs to handle, but they
did not go down without putting up a good fight against these two heavier foes.
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CECIL BRUNER, quarterback, was this year's backfield captain. Cecil
did the passing and punting for the team.
BUD ALLDREDGE, guard, was line captain of the team. Bud turned
in his most brilliant performance of the season against the Brecken-
JAKE WEBSTER, quarterback, found stiff competition at the signal
calling post, but proved to be a good field general while in the line up.
CECIL VOSS, end, was a good man of defense. If he continues to get
heavier, he should be quite an asset to the team next year.
LUD WOOD, tackle, completed his first and last year as a Mustang. He
always gave his best.
BYRON MAYFIELD has completed his first year as a letterman. He
had plenty of spirit and much is expected of him next year.
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TOM HEADRICK, tackle, took ample care of his side of the line. He
was scrapping every minute he was in the line up.
F. V. WALKER had lots of competition at the end position, but showed
that he could take it. He has another year.
RILEY SIMMONS, center, will be next year's line captain. He has
been shifted to tackle, and much is expected of him next year.
CULLEN TAYLOR, guard, was the only Mustang to make the ALL-
DISTRICT team. He was also voted the most valuable man on the
WILLIAM JUSTICE, fullback, was a hard fighting Mustang. He had
lots of competition for his position, but records show he played about
as much as either of the others.
LEON REEVES, halfback, was the fastest man on the Mustang team.
He has one more year.
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WILBURN "Beefy" WILLIAMS ends his first and last year as a letter-
rnan. "Beefy" was the hero of the Mustang's one scoring talley in the
THOMAS "Cotton" SPENCER has finished his second year as a letter-
guard and still has another year. He always had lots of fight and
gave his best while in the game.
S. J. MAY has one more year as a Mustang. He had lots of scrap and
much is expected of him at end position.
LEACH MCELROY, halfback, has played his last year for the Mustangs.
Leach chalked up more touchdowns than any other Mustang. He
made a colorful eighty-yard run for a touchdown in the Ranger game.
J. B. WORLEY was a tough and hard fighting halfback. J. B. scored
the Mustang's lone touchdown in the game against the Big Spring
Steers on Thanksgiving Day.
W. B. THOMAS will be next year's backfield captain. He is expected
to develop into an expert passer-perhaps another Sam Baugh.
HORACE YOUNG, fullback, was a hard fighter and showed ability as a
pass catcher. He still has another year.
Girls' T67Z7ZZ.J Teams
Florence Boyd, coach. Senior Singles: Inez Ritter. Senior Doubles: Betty Jo Wells and Mildred
Buck. Junior Singles: Marilee Faver. Junior Doubles: Nadine Godfrey, Kathleen Freeman.
Bgls' Tefzfzis Teams
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C. H. Harless, coach. Playersg Joseph Elrod, Buddy Cox, Charles Hodges, Thomas Allen, John
Tubb, Dale Davenport, Robert Faver, Billy Gibbs, Coleman Harkins.
District Meet Entries-Singles: Joseph Elrod. Doubles: Charles Hodges, Buddy Cox.
The 1986 basketball season was one of the most successful in the
history of the sport in Newman High. The team was the best the school
has ever produced. The cagers competed successfully with such strong
teams as Big Spring, Abilene, Snyder, and Colorado. At the district
meet, held at Snyder, the Mustangs were eliminated by Peacock, a team
which placed fourth in the district.
Glenn Fitzgerald, captain of the 1936 quintet, was one of the smoothest Mustang players on the
court. Glenn had an uncanny eye for the basket, especially his one-handed sideline push shot. He was
an ideal leader, and his presence on the team next year will be missed. He completed his eligibility.
W. R. "Dub" Owen had never played basketball until this year, but that did not keep him from
developing into a good player before the season was over. "Dub" played center and was later trans-
ferred to guard. This was his only year to play.
When a man was needed on the floor to "stir-up" a little chatter and arouse some spirit, Byron
Mayfield was the man for the job. He was a letter man from last year and still has another year.
Robert Free played forward most of the season, and was one of the most consistent players on
the team. Duc to a serious operation he was unable to play in the district meet. He has another
Jake Webster made an impressive showing this season at guard position. He is an exceptionally
good ball handler, and could be counted on to bring the ball down the court. He has one more year.
Although Joseph Elrod was handicapped by his size, he had a good eye for the basket and was a
good little player. He has two more years.
This was Jim Bonner's first year to play forthe Mustang cagers. He had a good eye for the
basket when he could be persuaded' to shoot. He will not be eligible next season.
Although Wilburn "Beefy" Williams was the first business manager the Mustang cagers have ever
had. he set a standard that will be hard to beat.
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John Palmer L.-"That's right! I
never can think of that name."
Miss Wheat-"Children, there will
be only a half day of school this
Oscar B.-Cln front seatl "Whoo-
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If she wants an escort, conductor.
If you think she is picking your
If she is hungry, feeder.
If she is a poor cook, discharger.
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We've heard that college bred
means a four year loaf made with
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So .are those Photos that are Hand
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MRS. U. H. MORGAN
PHOTO TINTING-ART WORK
Phone 2196 307 E. First Street
You Can Buy Dollars For
Future Delivery Through
JOE H. BOOTHE
' Josh Billings-"I feel a verse com-
1n 2' on
Miss Hudson-"Let's hear it."
Under 21 spreading chestnut tree,
Mr. Shrader squirms,
For he's been eating chestnuts,
And they are full of worms.
Beefy-"Who is that leter from?"
Ella R.-"What do you want to
Beefy-"There you are! What do
I want to know for? You're the most
inquisitive person I ever met."
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"The Stamp of Good Work"
We Appreciate Your Business
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J. 0. PENNEY 00. IW'
"Where Savings Are Greatest"
319 Oak Street Phone 3243
MAMMOTH FOOD STORE
OF WEST TEXAS
Marshall Curry-"If you will re-
move your glove I will kiss your
Betty Carter-"Oh, it would be
much easier to remove my veil.
Coach Priddy-"What three words
are used most among high school
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s uc en s.
George Bradford-"I don't know."
GET THE POINT?
It's the little things that bother us.
You can sit on a mountain but not
on a tack.
"The Laundry Does It Better"
Visit Our Soda Fountain At
High School Headquarters'
Broadway St Locust Dial 2911
Joe Dodson-"What shall we do
J. L.-"I'll spin a coin and see. If
it comes heads we'll go to see Mar-
jorieg if it's tails we'l1 go to see
Joyce, and if it stands on edge, we'll
Private Worley-My rank sure is
unpopular in this building, Sarge."
Sarge-"First I've heard of it."
Private Worley-"Why every door
I come to there's a sign on it that
says: "Private Keep Out."
Distributor Gulf Oil
A Pleasant and Very Profitable
Place For You to Shop
Ph. 2142 Locust Sz Broadway
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1937 GRADUATES, STUDENTS, AND FACULTY OF
NEWMAN HIGH SCHOOL
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First In News
First In Circulation
D. A. CLARK
307 Oak St. Phone 722
In Appreciation Of The
High School Patronage
Miss Boyd--"I wonder' why I have
so much electricity in my hair?"
Coach Clark-"Because it is con
nected to a dry cell.
To a tramp on the grass in the
park-"You win the prize as the
laziest man in the world."
Tramp-"Thanks, pal. Roll me over
and put it in my back pocket."
Suitor-"I wish to marry your
Dad-"Do you drink, young man '?"
Suitor-"Thanks a lot, but lct's
settle this other thing first."
Marjorie S.-"I never could see
why they call a boat 'she'."
Joe D.-"Evidently you never tried
to steer one."
"Are you sure," asked the old wo-
man, "that this century plant will
bloom in a hundred years?"
'tPositive, ma'am," answered the
florist. "If it doesn't, bring it right
back and I'1l give you another."
Leslie G.-"Say, your old umbrella
is full of holes."
Ben R.-"Oh, yes, that's to see
whether it is raining or not."
Insurance of Every Kind
109 E. Third Dial 2751
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Fresh Meats, Vegetables,
Fruits, Gas and Oils
One Stop Service
555 E. 12th Street
J. P. MAJORS
Jeweler and Optometrist
PURE WATER ICE
JOHN R. COX
A friend is one who
sees your point of view
and laughs at your jokes.
"Yes," exclaimed the
self-made man, singing
his own praises lustily, "I
began my life as a bare-
"And I wasn't born
with boots on, either,"
came a remark from the
"There's a fly in my
"Don't worry-he won't
Tiamp-"I've asked for
moneyg I've begged for
moneyg and I've cried for
Lady-"Have you ever
thought of working for it,
Tramp-"No, not yet,
ma'am. You see, Pm going
through the alphabet and
I ain't got to "W" yet."
"You Can Furnish Your
Home Better For Less"
Perfect Protection At
J. H. TUBB
W. L. STUBBS, Mgr.
300 W. 3rd Phone 2701
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1 a Laundry
TANSIL S HARKINS'
Exclusive Womenfs All Kinds Finished Work Dry Cleaners
Dial 2990 111 Locust Dial 2652
"BEST FOOD IN
702 E. Broadway
"Say, Dad, I want to
ask you something.
"Well, what is it?"
"If a lad has a step-
father, is the boy a step-
"Your father is a shoe-
maker, and you haven't
any shoes," scoffed the
"Well, your father is a
dentist and your baby
hasn't any teeth," retort-
ed the other.
"Aha!" cried the egg'
As it splashed a bit.
I was cast for the villian
And made a hit.
Little Leon, age seven,
had been taken to the zoo
to see the animals. He
stood' before the cage of
the spctted leopard for a
few minutes, staring in-
tently. Then, turning to
his mother, he asked:
"Say, ma, is that the dot-
ted lion that everybody
wants dad to sign on?"
The Choice For The High
Sandwiches and Drinks
710 East Broadway
Compliments Of The Great
. American Life
Hgmg Ddgfy I Insurance Co.
114 W. First Dial 2132
San Antonio, Texas
B. PETE STARNES
Where Culinary Art
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AUTO PARTS CO.
W. M. MULLINS
TEXAS BANK AND
DRINK .NLFARM r1lf.rgHlNEs,,,ff'
-1,S, X RIMPLEMENTS
IN BGTTLES HARVESTER COMPANY
"Preferred By Those Who
- Want The Best"
311 Pine Street
SENIORS OF 1937
H. A. WALKER
Texas Bank Bldg.
I wish to express my gratitude to the Seniors who have as-
sisted me as business manager. Credit is especially due to Edwina
Walker and Velma Alldredge.
JOEL HODGES, Business Manager.
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