North Dallas High School - Viking Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

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Brett, Henry Smith, Jack L' Hicks, Ueray Collins, Jasper Throckmorton, L.-Sedy Hudson, james Dilfey, Frank Wi11iams,Paul The Hi Y club of North Dallas has just drawn the curtain on an- other successful year. The current season has been one of unrivalled suc- cess: the work, the entertainment, and the character of the members have been unexcelled. The club opened its first term program under the capable leader- ship of Bert Harned as president. The half year's work progressed ex- tremely satisfactorily, much ground being covered, and the boys all bene- lited. This First half term's program included the Best Girl or Sweet- heart's Banquet, which was first introduced this year, and which seems destined to be an annual affair. Soon after this banquet, the first half term drew to a close and some of the boys graduated, among them, the president. The second season opened with officers and many new members in- stalled. An initiation was held Thursday, March 5, at which six new members were ordained and acquainted with the codes and standards of the Hi Y. On March 18, about Five members of the club were privileged to hear Dr. John R. Mott, General Secretary of the National Council of the Y. M. C. A. This was indeed a privilege, as Dr. Mott is a world famed man, personal friend of eight of the recent presidents, and a World trav- eller, having visited fifty-eight different foreign countries. As this article is written late in March, a summary of the entire sec- ond period is impossible, as may readily be seen. An excellent finish to a season so brilliantly begun is predicted, however. We have striven, one and all, to make the club one of the highest standards. The main purpose for these high standards is: first, to up- hold the ideals and creeds of the Hi Y and, second, to make the club a source of never ending, individual pride to each member. Ours is, We - feel, one of the greatest clubs at North Dallas, and we are all proud to "' ' spring to our feet and say, 'LWe are members of the Hi-Yin :tl I " 7 1, e Q - F Y 5 ' Q: ,Q E . , ' M:-'17 4 - A -vy v flej ' 'A.?!ES'!L9P Wi ll YIKLNG H ' 'a'J"4'V" 'fl .bgsfw - Page Ninely-eight 'f.-:.r-zrumg-.-2ar'Q,3 . ig '1g"..1::-'sl-Jf'if-as-gum-2 lg' I' nZ!YY--,. 3 li ' ' - - - bm- f .. :.x,-ii-Q:-333.3 5 I D4 I J 5 O 1 r I I H I L! 4 I i I .fqrfi - K u i 11 L L.. - "1 7 4 5 I 5 ,1 :a"L,lll!' N '1 ' ' v 5 v X -pu ' u v 5:, Q , , 9 3-L.. .vz:.Of:!ms!Lu':Jk.5s'm! -'h I . IZ I K I 1-sa!-YH EYA'2v:-17r'awg+'::g,, Page Nineiv-nine AIOI CCD? Icon KCI LOD-COD' IQILI' Q Q 5 Q M T I CLASSES 5 Q Q II ATHLETICS 'Q Q III ORGANIZATIONS TQ' C, IV PHYSICAL Q TRAINING R. 0. T. C. A 5 Q T V SCHOQL LIFE Q Q VI OUR ADVERTISERS Q Q Q IQ +5 Q' 5 060 Q5Q 6 EOBIIOCIIO gk? 0 1f.jOJIlC'P, 35's bf" gi3fJ.5iYGZ2QQE1uxf- 4 ' f'N r gs zsaxfsmngi . " F 1' is 4' , If 'Q 1 S I if 4 ff I l ' 9 ' ' cc 77 ' I W ho S VVho in W hat Next? Q50 F Spouxur Miss Florence Taylor if OFFICERS if Prexidenl - - - - Mary Catherine Reynolds E Vfre-Prcsnfsfil - - Peggy McLarry L. . S ei' 1'L'fary Tf'e11sn1',.'1' - Ssrgemzl-al-:l rm.: Violet Hudgins Ada Virginia Aechtenaeht Edna Louise Anderson Helen Collier Mary Detlor Doris Dillard Margaret Foree Margaret Foreman Elizabeth Friersen Milicent Halda Rosalee Hassel Vfillie Jewel Hill Dorothy jackson Violet Hudgins - Mary Detlor - Elizabeth Frierson MEMBERS Nedra Lewis Annette Luna Allie Mae McKinley Peggy McLarry Nellie Orr Viola Owen Mary Catherine Reynolds Francis Scale Helen Simmons Madge Smith Harriet Van WVinkle Mae Frances Zihlinan Catherine Miers .. J- fvcalliyrl' an V,-v-.Q., ,r0Q Lnvie Lewis Hattie VVylie Julia Gibson The "W'hat Next Club" of North Dallas High School has enjoyed a very prosperous year. The club lost only one member, their capable president, Lucille Osborne, who graduated with the January seniors of IQZS. Miss Florence Taylor has worked faithfully with the club as sponsor for '25, This :VCHIJS program has consisted chiefly of social events, one of which was a lovely entertainment at the home of Peggy McLarry, and another of which was a box party at the hlajestic Theatre. A dance was given on March 27, with Cline's Collegians furnishing the most entrancing music. The club, with the full co-operation of Miss Hurt and Miss Taylor, produced the play, 'LThe Charm School," a light comedy in four acts, which was a tremendous success. A beautiful tea honoring the IVA girls was an entirely new idea, and the 1925 "VVhat Nextersw have established a precedent for the coming ' years. f , I ' F if h 1 . , - S' -4 i,A THE VIKING 5 1"DK?m"'7" TEAQF J Page One Hundred , ,A-. A MTE, J: 1,.i,--- - ,if -Y 14- L ,.,.'--.:..:',. , Mi ,W-4 4:L,- .1 . -,gf,- 1- L.. Page On: H1m.ln-J Om' f 'I As- 1531A -QQ "4-I so H' i5 ir5z19gg1, ,- 4 " K-N e - Ig-5 J ' , 1 K s "v'v"' ' Q 9 ' 1' i 5 2 Palette and Pen Club OFFICERS 'EF rj Prfxidcvzl - - - - Helen Haynes p' Vire-Prrsidr11l Sallie Bess Kinsella I 1 St-l-rfrmy - Josephine Abraham bl Tr-uaxzzrwr' - Rrrtha Mae Landers l E Rvpnrlrr - Velma McDonald 5: Spuusar ---- Miss Weesie Cvriflith ACTIVE MEMBERS Sallie Bess Kinsella Helen Haynes Volma McDonald Gertrude Russell Margaret Pillet Dorrace Fisher Elizabeth Reimer Bertha Mae Landers lvludeste Brewtun Louise Boyer Doris Doer Annabel Robertson Josephine Abraham ,Iinnie Wood Betty Collins Editlia Hackworth Florine Kitts Leona Brunkin Julia Prescott Mzinon Lampkin Lorraine Coats Johnnie Lee Caston Ruth Morris Grace Turner Dorotliy McFarland Juanita Courtney Virginia Grout Majorie Howe Dorothy Jackson Elvise Decker The Palette and Pen Club under the supervision of lllliss Griffith has spent most of its time studying the Work of modern and older artists. The club has visited various art exhibits in Dallasg including the "Highland Park Nlunicipal building," the art exhibit at Fair Park, and the International Dental exhibit, where the members saw many interesting posters. The Palette and Pen Club was successful in having one of its mem- bers, Josephine Abraham, elected queen of the "Keen Klub Karniralll held at North Dallas High. Helen Simmons, a former member, won second place in l'lVly Favor- ite Book Character' contest held through the Timer Herafdg her character being "lcabod Cranef, 1 M gi P - 4 '4 lg L " -Q - Q 1 - ' N"D4 ' 1:.lR4"1e. men! ' I-'S VIKING .f- . 'If' ,- . Page Om- Hundred Two J- fiihllzjfg' l r Lg. Page Ons Hundred Thrpg The Perigon Cl ,-.I 'ag .4 As- -y51A, 'fav ....., F' 'qzzggz- 5 F EW . fx - :gg-, - W- Q 6 2 i """' i' Q 'H i fl . 5 .. i -V-5 9 11 21 S Elmer Awalt Mary W. Wallace Perigon Club OFFICERS F irrt Term - - - - President - - Vice-President Willie Bess Burr - - Secretary VVilla Moorman - - Treasurer Jo Kathryn Reidy Dorothy Erickson Porter Ellis - Willa Moorman - Parliamentarian - - - Reporter Semin! Term - - - - - - President - - Vice-President Mary Serena Lemmon - Secretary Balfour Branklyn Henry Rumfelt - Elmer Awalt - - - - Treasurer - Parliamentarian - - - - Reporter MEMBERS Margaret Avery Margaret Barron Ruth Barron Shearor Bonner, Jr Evelyn Mason Maurine Maupin Lillie Dell Masten Nannie Mae Porter Donald Turner Frankie Ray Helen C. Simmons I-'rank Wolfe Robert Nettles Bennie Watson Juanita Chapman W. B. Lee Rollo Kidwell Marie Choke Fred Cathy Sinah Mae Clarkson Edith McEachin Lucille Schmid Fannie Mae jackson Dorothy Reckenberg Dorothy Floyd Meridith Craft ub, organized May 3, 1922 for the purpose of studying mathematical diversions and kindred subjects, has finished its third successful year. At the beginning of the year, the club was nearly "down and out,,' most of its members having graduated in the preceding spring class, and having left behind only twelve members. These twelve, however, un- der the guidance of Arthur W. Harris, the club's most able sponsor, started giving such interesting programs and putting such enthusiasm into the meetings, that they soon had the membership up to its limit of thirty- six. The programs have included interesting talks on mathematics by both members and outsiders, mathematical magic, studying and playing -fe' -1-.1an4rZ5r4? I A chess, music, and many other things both entertaining and educational. , T n' I al o ii ' 2 if il P5 . V i 1 v p J ' ' D 'X 7? t gj '..!?5'?SfL97F n::5 I ' V E WLIKIN i.'f"7 -0 Em' 'ar' -f!5'b"L'fi,:'!'1 Page On if Illllliiffd Four o I 4 i' fJ:jP'tJlG1l-FA!-'.21""1q ' ., '?"A31-W.sIi'F2R'!J'bb - vi? 4' ' I: .trtz . . . br 'll-'17 ' ' "5X4' nglw :.-,feng -If., l v I K 5 8 6 I 1 ! I f ' I .I In I 1 s .1 , . 43? 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L.- ...lm Girls, Chorus Akers,Annz1Mac French, Gussic Mae Smith, Helen Buhmc-rt, Mylzx Fulghzim, Grace Smith, Mnly Elizabeth Rfllldllxflll, Jessie Nlrlc Honnutt, Betty Smith, Muurinc Brndie, Lcotn Huntcr, Helen Stx'ickl.md, Muricl Burn, Ilwris Laney, Lucy Leigh 'lqcasla-y, Lula LCL' Cn1'liSl0, Lnllie Mae Nlwiiifllkv, .lulia lVlLlL' Thnmns, llrvmtluy L'.n't V, lfnith N'lUlUI'l', lillcn XV11lkins, .-Xnnic Bess IJAXXSUI1, France NIIISQZYIYX L', Ruth XVi1kl-, Olga Drrbhs, Ruth News:-n, Luis XVisLlun1, Juanita Drwuglas, Olivvtte Reynolds, Ola May Stm'vy,C:1tlic1'ins Euless, Lillian Mac Shults, Viola C.lrtcr, jnnct Flake, Ircnc SlI'Ill'IlHIlS, Helen L.. ..- f 'I . , 'H ' --1 F 1 'i if il 'Z , . - . , - Q lEQ-SJLUB r .l ' 1 B YLIKING '?"3Y2" EK 'V' 7'7"'3'7lk7"""vQ.l Page One Hznzdred Seven rerun-1-za,-, 4 i fTN - gzsdssswsrzfpavgzwwq 3' -4' ' "Hs .,.. i 154' 'gHis Majesty Bunker Bean" The Senior play of the class of January 1925 was given on the night of January 17, in the auditorium of the North Dallas High School. Th's four act play was entitled "His Majesty Bunker Bean," and the cast con- sisted of eighteen characters. The main parts were taken by Ed Smiley, Mabel Couch, and Bert Harned. Ed Smiley was the 'fMajesty Bunker Himself" and the manner in which he played his part is worthy of the highest commendation. Mabel Couch Was excellent as the modern llapper. Bert Harned was fine as the complaining old man goaning with the gout. The entire cast deserves cred-it for the Wonderful way in which the play was presented. The other characters were Thelma Goode as Grand- mag Dorothy Erickson as Julia, Beulah Kennedy, the maid, Estelle Law- son, Guendolyng Vernon Whiting, Larabeeg George Frierson, Clarence, Adrian Flint, Ernest, Eugene Teasley, Bud Matthews, James Hunt, Louis and the Janitor, Neil McAlpine, the Minister, Dorsey Douglas, as Mason, and Lester Clayton, as Balthasar. These characters are to be con- gratulated upon their histrionic ability. The story is of one Bunker Bean, a young man in the employ of "Paps," father of Marie, the flapper. Bunker Bean is a hard working lad Who desires to achieve success and become famous. After he meets Marie, the string of events which follow in rapid succession is indeed capable of causing laughter and tears. The play as a whole was interesting, amusing, and Wholesome. "His Majesty Bunker Bean" is one of the best plays ever given at North Dallas High School, and under the supervision of Miss Flemma Snidow, was naturally a complete success. "?,.7'l"D.P""h!Lill5J?'v-""'b-fx' I: ING WSYKW' 0154 7' Page One Hu d fl Eighz ' IP i 1"1 1' ' 4- X. A -..ar. , .4 ,A ,.o.,,-U0 I V W azz: .... W IE H" j 3' Q GQ ,I gc 54 if i6 9 -1 -if f f 1A 'P 1 3' Ln-U ' w F Z u , 3 gd ? g -f , I 2 4 Lg-?.5:'fa.vs4ffs5LwP .1 ' 1'1-ll: xgxnqcs Q E'M'vN" 'fr'vvr:'-FF-sh Page One Hundred Nine V534 G ii. If is E' 5 E " P-3 i 53 E? n 1 SL gn 5' ro Us 2. 2 3 Q ,V .... E' '-1 CD 5 9 9 I 9, HHS Qt a H fr - 5- D' nn' K4 2: 2 o END H' :DL E+. """ Q s 5' Q E 1 2+ e 'I , 2, 2? 5 36' : O- 0 5 O S rs '-1 D FD 5 Pl-u SE a ' K. i ll W ,' -flrfvqu E' ,, ,- .v-rs",-1:0521 understand. Clara was a friend of ours, and what term im- plies more than ufriendv? To us friendship means that priceless gift which God gives to those who themselves give great love and faith. We value Clara's friendship highly because of the self-sacrificing, brilliant, and altogether lov- able personality which belonged distinctly to her-it war Clara. All of us who knew her-'to know her was to love her, to name her was to praisel-find solace in our certainty that she has found The Great Friend. To the memory of Finley Eastland Precious to us is the memory of our friend. Our hearts ache because death has broken the bonds of friendship and brotherhood. But we do not despair. Man's mortality fades before the victory of the soul. And surely, in life and in death, Finley was the victor. His character went from strength to strength until in death it took on the aspects of nobilityg his conduct reflected always the purity of his home and the vigor and fullness of young Christian manhood. A divine economy preserves forever all that is sweet and goodg so we hnd peace in the assurance of Finleyls immortality, for his life was noble and good. i 1 - '1 'G , 5 as Q 'V Ig i :T Ea-m-v.vsazvsat-we .144 1: I. 1 : cs Issuer-mwrmfgwsafrrwsf new Page Eight 9 Y - 4 '4 ra 1 -1 w v A Y . - ex . - - -- - Page One Hunrirmf Ten. -, 45- , i'g i - gp 19597 'IJ' 'Jr qs., "-' A -xg-3. V 5 - ' 'T lx-it 3 x Lia- T -4 4 1 , WW. s Q M F 5 .. if ' l r 1 The ,Boomerang As the liking goes to pres: the une Seniors are workinghard on il lf E ' tr s, J L their play, "The Boomerang," to be given on May 9. The story of the comedy runs as follows: Gerald Summer is a young doctor with a great scarcity of patients. His first patient is a love-sick boy, Budd Woodbridge. The doctor tells Budd that he must not show the girl, Grace, how much he cares for her if he wants her toilove h'm. Gerald employs a nurse, Virginia Xelva, to give Budd treatment and make him take plenty of exercise. Grace cannot understand Budd's sudden change. He keeps away from his friends and goes nowhere. Grace writes to him but he does not answer. Finally at the end of a month Gerald decides that Budd is cured and gives him a surprise party. But Gerald finds that he can not remain cool and aloof when Grace is near. Virginia suddenly learns that she has aquired a fortune. When suit- ors for her hand appear and Gerald thinks he is going to lose her, he finds that he loves her. But she has loved him all the timeg so they are happy. Frances Knouse will take the part of Virginiag Sam Van Dyne, that of Geraldg Helen Simmons, that of Graceg and Hugh Jones, that of Budd. . The fact that Miss Snidow is directing the play insures its success. uv - I N U ' . 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Each one has left gifts to the school, lasting ex- Q pressions of the appreciation its members feel for all that North Dallas T has meant to them. : 1 The Alumni publication, The Cozlzptm, is issued twice each year. It 6, is a welcome messenger bringing news from all of us to all the TCS-I of us, 5: its name symbolizes the purpose of the N. D. A. A., as the needle of a Q compass points northward, so is the work of the Alumni directed toward North Dallas. The Comparr expresses anew all the things We associate with our school-its ideals, its activities, its progress, the loyalty we felt for it and will always feel. There are two annual occasions for the Alumni and Seniors to be together-the Banquet during the Christmas holidays, and the Breakfast at Easter. The last banquet was held at Stoneleigh Court, December 29. lt was an affair long anticipated and long remembered, the spirit of fel- lowship found in reunion was an inspiration. Willard Brown, as toast- master, spared no one in his raillery as he presented the following program: L ife's Gift to Us ----- Ed Smiley O nward-'Tis the Struggle, Not the Prize - Virginia Bruce Quartette: Lawrence Harris, Nlilford Smith, Bert Harned, Sam Van Dvne Y es and No ---- Howard Hambleton A lways Seekers - - Cecil Holiheld L isten l'll Tell You Bert Harned T ,was Ever Thus - - E. B. Comstock Y esterday, Today, Tomorrow - - Elmore Whitehurst When the toastmaster called upon our sponsor, lVIiss Flemma Snidow, she responded with a message as sincere and inspirational as it was beau- tiful. Among the sincerest speeches was Mr. Brown's expression of our deep sense of the loss of Clara Niendorlf and Finley Eastland. The Easter Breakfast was held at the Lakewood Country Club. lt helped to perpetuate our custom of commemorating the sacred day with a beautiful service and the renewal of fellowship. No tribute can sufliciently express our appreciation of the incompar- able sponsor whose encouragement and inspiration have guided our plans. We are sincerely grateful for the privilege of maintaining such an Asso- ciation. The Alumni pin, a small Viking ship, with the letter "A" as guard, is not supplanted even by fraternity and sorority pins. This pride in our emblem is typical of our attitude-as we go on, we acquire other interests, but they are added to, not substituted for, our Alumni work. oFF1CERs Q I 9 2 4-5 I9 25-6 - .Q Willard Brown - - Pruriricnr Ed Smiley - - - P1-gyidpnr ,Q V Robert Wilson - - Vice-Preridsrzl Robert WVilsun - - Vice-P1'eridcnl i A Howard Hambleton - - Trsrzrurr'r Albert Carnes - - - T,-L-,mln-r 8 , ' Flemma Snitlow - - Sponsor Flumina Snidow - - Sponsor ' P I ' Q 4 - I I :I E . . 1 - p - X a - r -5 v- 71- :xg ' 'nOPb.QG9B QLi l I A lIEl.'."?e -Q"?IIYt .4.f -7 'L-'bl we -91 ,2"iH1'fD - , . Page One Hundred Twvlwc iggjiafmixizzv.- .x,, 3 . Q'g - :sen 1 .. TS W' nvvvvvvr- bg N! A F! 4 " 9 14 K E 3 4 1' W V , N 'n , ' ' B5 X NV lh 7 . 4-sifrvizcufb THE VIKlNG .1-1-.ff -..gfx ---- ' ' Pagn Ons H1m.fn'J T! I f 64 .Q i l i amafiyrg' fg ia.. D : I 80 ntrwvw' ba .fav .Y L-.-.r :s . ..x. ' 'r 4 . E ll 5' l .1 l I ii li H4 if ir 4. 5 bi Debate--Girls The girls, debating team was composed of Lovie Lewis and Ora Nelle. "RESOLVED: That the Philippines should be granted their independence at the end of a live year period,', was the Interscholastic League question this year. Lovie Lewis, a member of last years' team, was back into the field even stronger than before. She has proved herself a finished speaker as was shown in all her debates. Ura Nelle, a new member, was a credit to North Dallas as one of its representatives. She hopes to enter into the contests again next year. Debate started early in the season and much interest was manifested. Practice debates were held with the following high schools: North Ft. Worth, Central Ft. Worth, Highland Park, Royse City, Richardson, Greenville, and Corsicana. The girls won their full share of honors and did excellent work both in argumentation and delivery. Debate-Boys L The boys' debating team was composed of W. B. Lee and Rollo Kid- well with Marion VVagly as alternate. Both members were new in the field and did well. They hope to be back next year. Practice debates were held with Terrell, North Ft. Worth, Royse City, and Corsicana, and our team won the last two by a two to one decision. .... L- w -I P 6 ' fps! df-7'.f- '2 'U Q kd F -I P 'F ii E 7 ui 51 Lf' i I , ,Ln I . i 'U i -v 9 , - v- v p 4 n H v ...IQ m - rex , . - - -f. ' 1 -' 1 1 Pngr' Om' Hmzdrrd Fonrlrcu 4 I 5 at i n.. bv Deelamation Contest The first preliminaries of the lnterscholastic League Contest were held February twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh. Those participating were Josephine Abraham, Marie Walker, Dorothy Burt, Dorraee Fisher, Gladys Bowman, Flizabeth Hayden, Nellie Maud lVIcBroom, -loe Smiley, .lack Pollard, Paul Lindsey, Reaford Rodgers, lack Webster, Samuel Fly, and William Rcmbert. Paul Lindsey and Josephine Abraham were awarded first place, joe Smiley and Marie VVallcer, second, and Reaford Rodgers and Dorracc Fisher, third. The final preliminaries were held in the assembly of Nlarch twelfth. Fulfilling the predieation made by many in the school, Joe Smiley has stepped forward to take his brother's place in North Dallas. Marie Walker and joe Smiley were given first places. Joe delivered, "Dead- He Was Immortal," by Cooper, and Nlarie gave "Living Flame of Amer- icaf' by Lane. The judges for the contest were Mr. Flmer Scott, of the Open Forum, Mr. Hugh lVlcLaughlin, and Mr. David Hardy, attorneys. 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Q '1 L2 H I 4 ia L:-3".j'nr'?.OTQ!Y?5!LfIfP n f" Il I2 lj-KLNG 1-T23 :fa gggjwv- 7P,pz','g-k'::g,, rf , I Q Page One Hundred Ssvsenleen 1 O 553:-gri.fzxems.-24.1,, E 5 - fAN r - szg- -1v 'h r .J .i 1 F M Q . 'Z ' " 24 Pl f I f '- I J 4 I il 5 3 Delphian Club i t IP OFFICERS Prvritlcni - - - - - Lovie Lewis Trcn.vzn'cr - Mary Catherine Boone Tir:-Prssiifvlzf Martha C. Whitely Rifporlrr - - Florence Kitts P Pi1rlim21r11fm'ii:il Nliljred lylunnerlyn ol Sargl'rz21l-nl.-lf-mr - Ora Nelly H St-crelary - - - - - Ethel Owen ' l ' . MEMBERS I bl -luanita Blaylock Geraldine Sharp Florine Kitts E Gladys Bowrnan Frances Smith Louise Lengwiler L' Aleen Brandon Eugenia Turner Marion McCook Winifred Cutler , Marie Walkers Margaret Miller Frances Dawson Martha Van Zant Ruth Norris Dorrace Fisher Martha C. Whitely Ethel Owen Gladys Grifnth n Roth Davis Hazen French Katherine Hall Lucy Leigh Laney Mary K. Reynolds Nlarie Dillingham lVlary Catherine Boone Eunice Sharp Lovie Lewis Dorothy Burt Margaret Toler Catherine Matney Nell Cochran Lotus Teagarden Mildred Munnerlyn Mary Bruss Vera Mae Waits Ora Nelle Madeline Douglas Aubrey Wynne Esther Norris Elizabeth Gough Betty Lou Zimmerman Etoile McFadin Yvonne Hollis Helen Bryant Grace Palmer Annette Jenkins The Delphian Literary Society was organized October 20, 1924, under the sponsorship of Nliss Lucille Brown, from a number of girls who showed an interest in an organization of this sort. A thriving club now consisting of forty active members has been built. The progress and success is no doubt due to the combined efforts of sponsor and society to accomplish something definite in the literary lineg to create and promote ideals5 and to afford not only worthwhile information and instruction but also pleasure for the girls of North Dallas High School. The programs held every week are extremely interesting and in- structive. Lives of great authors are discussed and their Works studiedg current topics are giveng debates are held and speeches made. VVith such Wholesome programs the interest has increased and with it the number of members. Frequently enjoyable entertainments are held, at which the boys, literary society is present also. These entertainments vary from luncheon spreads to Weiner roasts. - At the Klub Karnivnl, the Delphian had a booth Worthy of com- mendation. Real fortune tellers occupied this booth and prophesied startling events for the visitors. This club has made rapid strides toward achieving success and attain- -. ing the goal set for itself and with such interest manifested by the mem- t.. 1 bers and with the aid of such a splendid sponsor it hopes that its value Will ""'l , be great enough for North Dallas High School to be proud of the Del- l 'H phian Literary Society, I ' ' l 7 o P2 it 5 - 9 T, 1 - uv ' Y wi' F '1 5.-. . l!..E!E fL3 'na-sf- 'vi HE! NLIKING Jrtrm' C can-luv -gl Page One Hundred Eighteen l ag, 2 -. ,. ' ' 8, arttif. . ' bt 'randy Ju- iv if F 'AN I 'Y MQ' I I I. E A, iw gd. D vasqigl 'a -1 V3 U A R T4 If if ii Eg A I - V Q N ga 525.-1,?Z2UPh-5!LWP !'w5 I3 115: '?YZfv1ErMw- -fnvrnr-1-691 Pug: om- fzfmdf,-.1 Ninelsen I 4 i 'Q ww... bg' .V , .-A 2 ,z ' 9 1 ... , R qi 5 1' an sd I 155 102 I va OS' if 24 3 E 'E 'V 4 K 3 ,dit ' fs , , kg j Aj W.-f , 5. ,Q 5 .Q L.- - 1 . 'I x' L lv 3 ' 6 4 , . :4 . L1 4 WA- .A ,..,, .M. ...Aw- . ---A- - .. - Y-, V is ef !r?.'.,!-YfE'.l?2!"?Li!L0PJF5+'i!"7'1l: B 'Il L ' 'iwfl WWW' Page Nine ' ' g ' f ' Q " 'I' sa 'ryfov ee, .da . 2 5 -..-sw-f Jan -. -.bib 'Hs "' i "WY ni' ' -',fazLJ:.zm.a-, 4 KAN - -b.-5- .Ms l - ff'-5 - 5 . qi- ., C Y' : . ,E 1 Q 2 3 '. 2 -fx F gn 1 21 S Carl Nesbitt Claud Barton Paul Williams Arthur Howard William WHI'l'lHCl Clark Barton Brooks Conover Alto Cervin Frances Holmes Frank Whitney Lee Hayes jesse Wood f Wm. Swor . Frank Winn 'M :4 Jack Stewart V! I, I W1 v Minstrel CIRCLE john Y:11'hornugh joe Horn Charles Large Newton Farmer Joe Burger J. J. Stein Henry Brett Wray Hicks Llewellyn Powell Sidney Justite .zlrfvertfrirzg Mgr. Publicity Mgr. Properly Mgr. - Slage Mgr. Eleclrician ALTERNATES Russell Carr -I. B. Wilson Emi Men Sam Van Dyne Hugh Jones Bert Harned Hugh Adams I11lr'rIac11fvx Pat Patterson V r J . Ig ' I is ef L...""t?.lS'!'f-5-!!QLBJE'v:fr!f+b!"5"'5el' E 'Z' . I '-il?" BIKW' 'K sT Q-Q Page One Hundred' Twenty I 0 4 V li 9 'O A ""'--I . b- " ii 3 52?-F.lYGZ194W..'!21.x-, 1 x fAX - sg,-, lib rl . ,I S v' H 3 4' 6 ' J l I r Violinx Ruth llxirron lil3I'I'iL't llisllnpp ,lu Briggs Mildred llnllimix Ruth L:m1lw1't Nlanon Lumpkin Kathlrcn Mxllmim' Annnlu-l Rnberts-m Mabel Taylor Adcll Tlmmns Lcslic 'I'lwmpson jewel Williams Q.. Q I Orchestra iNl:11'icXV.1lkc1' llmxcl' llurguss Vlziincs Gihid lfmnk llwustcm .Xlbrrr 'I'i-Umm' Ifli1r'im'l,i lvnn Irwin Hugh L.ms n l,'nf'm'1,i VVH1. 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Any student who has had one year of typewriting is eligible. The purpose of the club is to become more eH'ieient in typewriting, to learn to use the mimeograph and the multigraph, and to become ac- quainted With the commercial world in general. An Employment Bureau has been organized by the club that will attend to the many inquiries that are made each week for students to work after school or on Saturdays. It will also help to secure positions for those who wish to work during the summer months. The Employ- ment Bureau will furnish information to pupils who wish to be tutored in any particular subject. The following officers were elected: Prrxfifwzt - T'f5t'-Plvxfifcrzl Secretary - YifL'!1Xlll't'l' Reporter - Program Comwilrt-t' Pearl Blackburn and Sponsor - Blackburn, Pearl Burns, Doris MEMBERS Moore, Evelyn Muorman, Willa Chris Rietler Rose Shapiro Bennie VVatson Vera Williams jeyvelle Young Myrtle Fletcher Miss Greenuell Spence, Dorothy Vaden, Rosalie L.. Clements, Mabel Nelle, Ruby Watson, Bennie L- 'f Davis, Rea Padgette, Evelyn Williams, jewelle ' Floyd, Dorothy Parrish, Betty XVilliams, Vera N Fletcher, Myrtle Pfeiffer, Helen Wilson, Byrd Reed I Gerardy, Nelia Rechenberg, Dorothy XVithers, Mary , jordan, Bertie Rietler, Chris 'Wood, Bessie Pearl Leo, Mary Shapiro, Rose Wood, Jimmie i ' Locke, Lillian Shroplos, Helen Young, jewelle P 2 Mahanay, Phala R E ,- . i -5 32.1-,1?5F.lR!f'S'A9lP ! ' I E IN ""t53Y'Z'l f?lK"V" ffTWl!Q""'v5!.l Page Om' flrnzilrml Tuwfzfiy-lhfce Pagu Om' Illzrnfrmf Tcuvlly-frnzr I ' 1.1:-if-tial!-4'Li:r.t"!'Qa".E'l,. 5 - ,,gg,..x.. Mfvggmxq . f 'fo . w bi' l 1 ffl: Q .p I ' 'I' 4 7 A 1 Q i-'LI' q .4 J 1 f 'J ' 1 rl ' N 'A fl ' Q A lf. I Q C C' 1' S l f. P I If ll ' 3 4 .. 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The gymnasium was tilled with interested spectators who were unanimous in their praise of the work done hy much snap and spirit and remarkable finish they demonstrated the varied phases the following program: the girls. With of their work in .vu-27 O l I I I. Indian Cluh Drill ,,,, ....... 7 th C1355 1. Skaters .... ,,.,,, . ,,,, .. ,,,,,..,,,..,.. ,,,.,i ,L th Adv- :. Games and Relay Races . ,.Y.... ..., . .. ....VYV 6th Class I. Shuttle llall, 3. Roll Around 1. Down and Back, 4. Crah Foothall 4. Highland Fling ,,,. ,,.,.,,,,,.,......,.............. ..... 1 s t Class 5. iz. Corrective Exercise Drill .......,. .... :nd Class lv. Elementary Individual Stunts. 6. l-'nlk Dances ...,,,,Y............,...Y.,..,,Y,,,YY,YY,YY, Y.Y,Y 3 rd and Sth Class 1. The Tempest, 1. Soldier's joy, 3. Csehbogar. 7. Rope Climbing Relay S. Dutch Dance ............. . ...................................,,...,....... :nd Class 9. Fencing Drill .......... .,,..,.. ......,..,.... . . . .....,..,............... .tth Adv. Special Fencers: Allie Mae Mcliinley and Lucille Haynes 10. Clown Dancc ',... ..,,......,,.,,.,..,,.. ....,.,,..,,.....,.....,........,,.... 7 t h Class ,V s' ii. Flag Dance ............. .......,... .... . . ...................... 6 th IA Class iz. Stunts 13. .Xndalusian Gypsy Dance ......... ....... 4. th Adv. Mae Rosser, Lela Mae Shields 14.. Zouave Drill ...,....................................... ...................... I st :A Class Following only gym girls The class mortal comhat the "Gym Dem" came the t'Gym Party" on the afternoon of December 17, to which could come, and which was a repitition of the ugym dem" program. Volley Ball games were next. Each morning at eight found two classes engaged in in an effort to win the school championship. By the elimination method, the Hrst period ZA class came out victors for this honor. From the class teams were chosen the hest players to make up the school squad and on Fehruary 11, North Dallas heat Bryang several days later, night schoolg and in a very close game in which the score was tied, finally lost to Oak Cliff hy two points. The game with Forest was not played. The Salesmanship Cluh luncheon program will never he forgotten hy the advanced classkand we hope not hy the honor guests. A stage program of stunts and drills and then the role of lunch room waitresses was the order of the day for the advanced gym girls. Basehall season is with us now' as the Viking' goes to press. Every girl in every class is learn- ing to throw, catch, and hat, and we are looking forward tu enthusiastic class games later. ...Y ... X --f - ., . . . ---.--,, Q...-ifumsmx. ,vw wus -1-1-r 1-rf, fu-fb .1--'WH' -sqm -... .. N ms www-V -M..--1..-...,. vm- Y. -. . . sl "WNY "THQ 'FAX sxtsaas FRY? Qi? -i .".3'.sd V535 -My fy.v....,-s .'?? S?I,"'A5E3'f S"'i 533' """W' hr Film 2'-Wi! 1 lf 4 'M -:- . 1 -. 1 4 . S... .. VV. J , ,W..7,,A, . 33, ., u-. 'I 'v-ZLL-1E.v?-3mf.Q5191B mg:-+4 'ri-li: xgjugg '-SKVGHM' ' aravrw 1 ,pi Page One f'I1nzl1'rt'd Tctwllly-.vt'i'rn f 444' . Q 5. l'5Y4' J-ve "DHA As- I I 1 5 9 5 i I y it A Brief History of North Dallas lr I ' High School HE North Dallas High School was "open for businessu for the first time on February 15, 1922. At that time about seven hundred stu- dents were enrolled in freshman and sophomore work. The building tl 5 lt a SD l lt ii E' was still incomplete, and a great deal of equipment was lacking, but the K opening relieved pressure on Bryan and Forest. New students were de- n . lighted to find a large lunch room, a gymnasium, and a swimming pool in- bg stalled for their convenience and pleasure. The library, however, was not 5: opened until the beginning of the second term. There were no seats in Q study halls or the auditorium, and shortages elsewhere. Mr. Comstock, who is still ably controlling the course of the school, was transferred at that time from Fannin Elementary School to the high schools, a reward we can all say was merited. The fall term of IQZZ began with practically everything shipshape. The faculty was complete fa majority of the present force was then installedj and LIPIDCI' classmen were transferred to the school. Here the iirst graduating class makes its debut and the tirst Viking appears on the scene, Since that small class of .lune '23 made its bow, three classes comprising a total of three hundred hfty-eight young men and women have graduated under the North Star. Incidentally, the January '25 class is the only one in which the boys exceeded the girls in number. North Dallas adopted its well known emblems, the Star and the Tiking. The bulldog has been handed to us as a nickname, but we should strive to remember the better quality of our Norse Ancestors and be true Vikings. The Star which was their guide may well be our own, with its live points symbolizing Faith, Loyalty, Courage, Determination, and Ambition. VVe should take as our motto Barkham's lines: "Dare follow the .rizzr-blazed 1'0zm': Dare follow Ifze Virionf, There are a number of societies at North Dallas that have been here since the school began, and new ones have been organized since the school has gotten under way. The student activities have sponsors, and all meet- ings have a faculty advisor present. The clubs have in the Annual their own records of their work. The senior classes also do a large amount of outside work. It is customary for each class to leave some memento of their presence in our midst. Now there is one thing that every American student is interested in, and that is athletics. North Dallas has made tremendous strides in this. The Orange and VVhite banner has arisen from the cellar ranks to the top. The first season in football was, of course, hopeless. It would have L-J been an Herculean task to weld the disorganized ranks into a team. But in 192.3 it was "Look out for North Dallas." And in IQ24TVVCll, you Q know who tied for the City championship. This progress exemplifies P North Dallas in every line. il I 1 'S .UElS'!Q3A3 ' ml: VUKING V D Page Tru ? 1 3448 17 833 028 31 J i. 3 Pug: On: Hur1.1rzd Tuwxly-sigh! r'f'?L'C':l21'T3'T Q" TTT-g '1 QTTIIY'-llwlkg.-x., 1 fi, , iipi lr. ' - 1 1 Lg Y - 'l '33, 1 if-Q '35, ,.f':J-fi'i sfvfr 5 'N LL..--, 31 I I f.'.,, K RH - MA-I ,- "" A ' '""'N"Mb"'5'-f:f'ff'i33lf ,Qwav O'-FF Efgfxxfx M J, Q1-' f a- 'f' A gf Vi'Kfj?'f-x , 41' ifiifiu Wil - -farfl L.-f.-4.Q-J g,' - -' mf :nf rv H12 eff if ,nf ,iff 5. s V-.' ff! U1 PJ V5 f , Ax I A 1 V 1 em, 1 V wi lx U M M W i N M W H w Wx Al L1 ri H M i Ii i I ll 112 531. 1-,.,1' ww I . R ,-.N . r, l-. lui EQ A5 Q4 W1 -.:- - ,, ,V M YZEELL 751 TWH E V Ui 3 M G af ' 1 'fiiglg Q ' ' 31 Pagf Ona H1nm'rv,l Tcuvnly-nim P I 5 ' i i 1 1 Q Nl.-XKIOR Dl,'Dl,l'fY KRNNFTH LANSING Major Lansing has had practically twenty-o11e ye.1r's service in the Cnited States Army. He was ,lt one time Assistant Con1n1.1ntl:1nt .intl later Co1nman.lant at the Garden Nlilitary Academy of San Antonio. lle was the Hl'y.lI1l7t'l' nl' the lirst Texas National Caarcls, Company A, :nd Infantry at San Antonio: lie received the commission of Captain of this compzzny. He was also Assistant Commandant at the VVest Texas Military Acadeniy. At the outbreak of the Mexican trouble he was sent to the Border. VVhen America entered the World War he was transferred to Camp Bowie, Texas, was Commander of Battery E. lgtst Field Artillery and went "OVER THERE" w'itl1 the advance detachment of the 36th Division. After taking a course in orientation and then becomming instructor at Coetquidan, he was transferred in December to tl1e 16th Field Artillery and appointed Regimental Adjutant of the Regiment. They were stationed in the Eifeil Mountains until April. On the first of May they marched up the Rhine River and joined the British. Trey were stationed in the Ahr Valley till the last of july, and were then sent through Belgium to Brest, France. They sailed on a German steamer to New York City. After his arrival in the states, he was stationed at LlliTUl'L'Ilf camps, but arrived in Dallas September, 1921, to be with the Dallas R. O. T. C. units. SFRGKANT JOHN BOLCCH Sergeant las he is known to the studentsj is a native of Australia by birth and a native of Am- erica at heart. He came to America in 1907 when he was only eighteen years of age. He entered lllL' Cnited States Army tive years later at Fort Slogan, New York. He was sent to the Texas Border during the trouble with Mexico in 1916, and was stationed at Eagle Pass. VVhen America entered the w .ll', he w .1s ll'.lHSft'l'I'C't.l to the 3rd Infantry of the National Army and was instructor .1t Fort Sam Houston, Texas. He was later sent to the Burleson College at Greenville, to assist wfth the military training at that school. He left there and came to Forest Avenue High School and remained there until North Dallas opened, when he was transferred. We are greatly indebted to Sergeant, for he has done much toward developing the character of the boys. CADIST lX'lAklOR CHARLES JOHNSTON - He has had four and one-half years of military in the Dallas R. O. T. C., attended three Camp Dallas camps, two C. M. T. C. camps, completed the blue course, and is eligible for a :nd lieutenancy in the O. R. C. He was a corporal in the 192: crack company of Bryan, he won tl1e NVozenc1'aft award in 1924, a Camp Dallas etticiency medal, Cbest company con1manderf', a marks- INLIIT medal, two citations and il commendation, .ind has had two trips to Cuba with the Naval Re- serves. Johnston is a cadet to be long reniemberetl by North Dallas. -' MA-IOR DICK NlcLARRY He has had four successful years in the R. O. T. C. He entered North Dallas from Oalf Cliff, having had two years service in that school and receiving his commission as Second Lieutenant there. lle has helped to put North Dallas on the map. He was the commander of the October Crack Com- pany that won a high place in the State Competitive Drills, receiving a watch for his reward, and was also commander of the Spring '24, Crack Company. He has attended four Camp Dallas camps and is going back this Summer. Dick is one of the best thought of students in the school, lllld there are no impossibilities in his way. 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' --. - f.L---- -1 . - f-235.3352 H ff ,- ll -5 '- .1 .1 - W-ZH ----. xx ", " "" if .- ' UM ya A ,+gj11' 2., -.,1 ' if 2 . , 4 .. , -41A" fsS25"' .gg t. R: in - M 955 --A ' iv- 4 -Q 'f Q . aa kg x 9 'Q W 1- Q Page Ons Humirmi Thfrly-se-:Jen Els W qv Y A by FSTFRD.-XY I re- turned from a visit S I Q'g - T ' 1 -' ., ' -fy ' IZ 1 I 2 Hifi -9, 4 e Il if E 4 v. I to Cincinnati, Ohio, where the National lfduca- tional Association was held. While in Ohio, I visited several high school systems and found some excellent school m e n and women housed in line buildings. ln m a n 5' respects the high school work was being car- ried on in a very ellicient manner. Students were in- terested and the teachers were giving instruction in a manner that showed the result of excellent prepara- tion and training. My visit to these other schools has made me prouder than ever of our North Dallas High School. Our students and teachers alike are showing a line spirit in their work. This in itself makes it a pleasant place to be. Most of our students are here be- cause they wish to improve themselves educationally. Most of our teachers are here with a desire to help. This attitude on the part of pupils and teachers alike makes it a desirable place to come. On my way home from Cincinnati l stopped at the Mammoth Cave. It is a remarkable place to visit. lt is one of the wonders of the world. ln it may be found the workings of nature as they existed thousands of years ago. Modern improvements such as electric lighting have not been allowed to enter that cave. The guide that showed us through reminded me of the pictures l have seen of Charon and he boasted that he was the original cave man. This cave was in remarkable contrast with the schools that we visited in which the latest improvements and inventions are assembled. The close contact with these improvements what gives the minds of our youth their valuable training for life's work. The boy who remains, as it were, in the caves of the world will have a cave mind. The boy who puts himself in contact with the great minds of the world, the boy who reads the best books, associates with the best people, attends the best schools, looks at the best pictures, and hears the best music, will grow intellectually and become a high class citizen. North Dallas High School desires to have its share in enabling him to do this. E B LONIVI OCIX. 4 t.a 5' I F g if ,I E ef OFEf5!LUBJ?rv5'f!'Fi'il IZ I KING is LGFPK' W' Page Elsvvau h 1 "v ,.., bg' I if f ff I tl , r Roster of Co. 'LDU Crack Companyj Cfzpfairz rj Reaford D. Rogers il be First Lieufezzrwt E ' Ralph Clanton L. Second Liezrtemzzzt Phillips Pierce Lucius French Firrt Sergeant Joseph R. Smiley Sup. Sergeant Walter Payne Sergeafzrr Brandon Carrell -lames Hawley Harry Crutcher Billy Matchett Richard Allison Chas. 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Sergeant john Chandler S er gemztr Billy Davis Floyd Blewett .lohn Bounds O. Finney Fred Martin W. R. Mosby Wayne Wells W. R. Jones C or pam! r William Chandler James Card George Heath Ed Miller Darwin Petterson Howard Sigler Joe Wharton James Duff Robert Dunlap Charles Emerson Robert Everett Bradley Foster David Goldman Frank Harris Walter Henderson George Holfman Som Johnson J. R. Jones Deryl lNfIcElreath Austin Mangrum Kenneth Miller Edwin Moeller Charles Newton Newton Farmer William Penn Edward Rodgers black Robinson Martin Schwille Ossian Smith Lee Spence Carl Telger Jack Thompson E. W. Walker Willie Allen Hollis Allen -'if' Valllfzlf Page One Hundred Forty-Iwo 7 4 I 1 . lg . 1.P!'?L3!Li'97FJSf4'J-1-!kX?G'?1i l : .Tl I ffl I QfqKLN,i'TT35' Ci 501 'K' 1. lift , , 1, 5 'A B1 f . .. -wwe .1 ,QU-9' N., ,. ,J Q A' , -QF., i 'ZX . 3 ' . 1 X: Pagu Om' H1u1J1'z'J Forly-lflrn Egg.:-sgwzmw s 2:25425 , QE -' ,:z+-5:1-w:m'.1z?1.am'ag " ,I . 11 E 'G .awww bg. E 9 W E 4 i H 4 A 'i 5 1 : 4 Q 3 u l i 4 P 4 5 I Band C apzfaizz Corporal King Coke, Saxaphone John DeWolf, Cornet Cadet Director Stephenson Holcomb, Drums Second Liezztefzafzfr Deg-iqaggooksy Comet Lewis Mathews, MC10Ph0nC Francis Palmer, Clarinet Wllllaln Crow, Trumpet Robert Kelley, Trombone Fin., Sgrgggm. Oscar Feltner, Saxaphone lVlerwin Miller, Drum P . rzzfafa Swggy Saggflxvlth B I Freeman Northcutt, Trombone mum Ort ' 'mmm Rosser Miller, Clarinet Swggffflf-' Barney Wallace, Cornet Howard Gideon, Trumpet H. G. Travers, Trombone ffankfin -Piegfv Trumpet Arthur Scott, Drums fsnarej van rwln arinet , H ld H lb k D ' Willie R. Bumpus, Drums fsnarej EMO 'S,O1 I-Ocir, I-gms ibnarey Harold Gieb, Trumpet amest lg er, rom one Claude Northup, Drums Hugh Lawson McClung, Clarinet Le Roy Lowe, Saxaphone Andrew Brown, Clarinet Drum and Bugle Corps Second Liezzfczzazzt Corporal William Crow Charles E. Long I 0 G Find Sgrgmut lldihees Igzguimdtree Mefwlll Miller Stephenson Holcombe Supply Sergeant P,-img, WHIYCI' LUNG Nolan Hobson Sergeant Ligliilifaslligfizillace Arthur Scott Harold Holbrooke Weldon Fj3mPbeH Houston Musgrove ... GUY Smith Ford Benhazn ,-, C v' ' e ' Y gl li 1 D ' L. TQUQQ-2C9P Qli l: mi . , I ' ':'F"i"Y"9 f?fK9"" '1EJ'5kTlF5!l if-'Y-' Page One Hundred Forly-four ,qv myiw Q.-,mil sw SQ .1 M Page Ona H111m'rn1' Forty 4 ii3jf5aQIGzIQ4w,L-24,-f- ak- L QAQ E - gsf,:-Am-.'f2R?!J'+k?L,El I, s Q r 2, 1 2 4 5 - H v TA -55 Asp r EYYFVTZY' N if L l l I 61 rl ' l ' 4 5 I bl S The October Crack Company under the leadership of Captain Dick lVIcLarry was a company to be well recommended for its work. The cadets were at school every morning from six forty-tive until nine drilling with a determination to win. They won second honors in the City for erhciency and first in the State for neatness, The prizes won were ll scholarship to Camp Dallas and n hundred dollar watch which went to the Company Commander. Ctlplnin Potts, Virgil Carroll, Brandon McLarry, Dick Nichols, Elmer Smiley, joe I H Linn. Whitney, Frank Gregory, Max ,Rogers Renford Lee, NVillinm Teasley, Sam ' V Fclhaber, Frank Peterson, Darwin :mi LILIM' :ml Squad Reed, Paul Cl'f"ln- Dffvl Smith' Gm, Davis, Billie Williams, Homer Crwiny Alto Estepx Howard X,-,gt-,,,,f, Shelby, Jack Mntchett, Billie Chandler, Clayton Qu,-ri,-,, Ben Cillhoufli RUlPl1 Padgltfm Chilfles Kidwell, Grzxht-r Putnam- .luck Holmes, Frances Hei,,.,,,, Fmnk C1ll'.dv,l2lY1'l?S Rag-gr, Ralph Sewell, Fred Allison, Richard Ir! Squat! IZTITE-'Fa Cllfflw Hawley' -hm Schrimpf, Lee X Oung' Mlells SIIIDCVII!IWIt'l't1I'iL'I Peterson, Lawrence Pffsfufli Allred Carter, Manley Hines, Scott Cfutfhfri HWY Payne, YVnlter H. '1'hompson,Atlns MCFUPC' Elton Pippin, Damon Q, Toole, Marion Alflffh Tony Lee, Robert f Lamb, Newton Wfltllelln .lUllf'l Lindsay, Paul Smith, Elster Ixhemml' Elw"'l Cullum, Enrl Q NVathen, James Pmrcei Ph'll'PS Amacker, Sterling Q Noyes, Edward 3rd Squad Crow, Brim Martine, Franklin Butler, Kenneth Wood, Raymond ' Bounds, John Craft, Meredith Hull, XVillinm Lee Y - 4 le n - , '3 V D Q.-1.. . Avmxa un vmmc: f Page Ons Illllldffii Forly-.tix - - 1- sggipgy uns . A 1 I iff!!-Df',2vfGZ39J!".Ep.-. .4 ' i - vt- What s the difference between spiritualist and 1 slim girl. i ' " " " .,,.. .1 - ' ' fi - ' . 5. I- T? N 3-4 "-of bf . H ' m I ' g .. , x , a , '1 f 11 . . . P" K .' ,K an v l A N 1 fl 4 N I all s 1 I I ' Dunno. El 1. "' spiritualist is a hunibug, and : 2 4 slim 0'r i: a bum hug." L 6, , K as Pk af -A ' ' 46 J Taffy I111fi.f1'1'e'ff0ll , x I 5 1 "A haughty young lady of Gizeh K Had a beau who attempted to squizehl ., M Q When asked how he dared, -'ax -N 9 He was terribly scared, Z . H And said he did it just to tizehlu "Q - ' e " 1 ' L' . A ' . Corinn Rockwell bwun SOLDER UF THE N955 4 if fe: ws L FW one Pfam Jun me Oppoi-ire 7 . - . . B.: "B1h11s :L lk ha . 'Q Girl: "How do Vou like my new .I U? . V IE L or If lm Llnluf Y Chip Qkirtw, ' ' ltxery time e courts .1 gir or 11 out ' ' H . six months some rival takes her away Bov: It reminds me of a popular - ,. ' thmtgc ,, from him. Girl.. no goodie WMP, Hugh: "What do you mean, un- . 1 ss, I IVF., Boy: "Standing room only." uc 5' ,C ,k ,k as :ls :lf 'f B! 11' B' k AJZEEP zu. Dumb xy QM IU High ,OO II f Mr. White: "We have discussed the , ldhit hai become of the O,d uhh' various classes of animals. To which lone eau who used to ulakc 3 lime 690' do you belong, Iosephinein word speech on the subject ot getting IO Fx. t.IbC'1OngtOthc qenior CINS a kiss from his lady love! And how Of'I9,5 H L many' generations was he removed from X ,K X toClay's Llelly-bean who saysz' "Slip me The LOU Chow! quick, kidg sonmebodfs coming." "What is vour profession?" X li if -L1 was an organist." lVIost things wear out with constant Hkvhat made you git-C it up? " use, but a bad temper is not one of them. "The monkey died." it K l 4. 4. Q is - .' J- C ' si y ': Q1 M X 91 5731 A A, , X i t ., cl X ,sm egn I Y "f 4 - X 5 r A M X gs, ' ' 1. - -' lEi':n'ihlllllll!I?5 'J if 1ifitsii1Fti"'f'5 ' .. "' 1 A mu- 4 .-:..-' ' - tv !l'!L .. -f ill f 'S Svupr:-: Sa1,s:flwT dass de lvlalnn Rug", Q I - sp-ms," y 5:-Epsrlgih-tTd1l2f,:EP Ms 1-cs? Tmm gllwm' O.. . H A Rookies Daeam 5' ' . if ' Tl E2 l f -w 9 Q . - -v - - 4 - lg Yl?.'9!TfiLU55 !55 l 1 E I , "'E5'3Y'Y'3 ffm' 7YT'Ik?7v'Q1 Page Om' Hurzdrml Forly-sefzfan I 55' . QAE r S,y.esuJ-.zsezvgaxss -2 r L C ' 5,- i s -0 1-S' E 3 'L Q 'l ' F 3 J f 5 vs i. 5 7 5 l 1 Q Q 4 .3 5 E 4' Il To the Semors of the North 7 0' - rf Dallas Hzgh School ' I ' 4 ?: The time is rapidly approaching when your high school days will be G over. You have each perhaps spent four years in your preparation for L' corn lete living, and the uestion forces itself on 'our notice, is it worth P Cl I' the price you have paid for it, or what your parents have paid for it, or what the citizens of Dallas have paid for it? You may not be able to answer now, and perhaps only Time can tell. The price you have paid is the hours spent in recitation and study, hours you might just as easily have spent in some gainful occupation, or in the pursuit of pleasure, or in useless loafing. The cost to your parents you are likely never even to find out. The cost to the citizens of Dallas and the State of Texas can be measured in dollars and cents and amounts to one thousand dollars including your part of the building and grounds. What returns will you yield to Democracy for this investment of a thousand dollars in your high school education? We hope that there will be dividends in the form of increased powers, better habits, and higher aspirations and ideals so that you may find your niche in this work-a-day world and use that place to shape both yourself and society to ever nobler ends. We hope that the school is better for your having been in it, and that the world will be better for your having lived. There will be times of clouds and adverse winds. None can escape them. But in the words of Browning 1ny parting wish is that you may be like him ". . . 'Lobo newer 1'zn'1z.erl bi.: bark but marched breaft f0r'zc'a1'1l, Never doubled doudr would break, N ever dreamed, ibougb right were ecozzffefl, 'wrovzg ccoufd lriumpb. Held we fall to rife, are bajffed to jfgbt better, Sleep to zcafeef' Faithfully yours, N. R. CROZIER. - 1-a f 'T f M. ' 9 A H 2- -2 4 I 'Pa ef UE ' ' ' B I , 57533 5"'EK'9"" 77Pv"z'i's7'5-'if Page Twelve Q53 4 412 'T-7247237 s",-L UH 7 W . :v::':v'1' bl Guess Who , I s ' . 1 3 mfrgt 1.2.4 I ff -I 2 P ft- ri ig l- ll . 5 A Q, F ig 12 E -S 'J PX A G gd ..fgLL'- 's L ,tpcql f 2f,y,g,vgnrq11zzmpr.- Q :ggq x . Q ? 515f:b.v-X3-Jifiahil.-D73fE-gl, f ,Q , , I' Z! 'Z ? ? Q 1 5 .f , Q Page One Hundred Forfy-eight f u 1 I E7 M7-3 'hh W 1 n rlf N N I '4 'N xx I I ,.. J ,lx mv W' 5 .IN sum 5-s W' NN' I7 N Y if M - '!"'L5"'-1 jjj! 'H- F 5 F vi I i e W X -Ae' :aff gy, wi X X AXf 4 'N Q X aff 54,5 Ni, f 4 V at J s M1115 mam K - Q -l" QCQSN M 57-f::'f:'. , ,fi Lf -N152 Sg.5qI452,'iff.- A Lf'--','el'f,4g dj "5 g,j,'.1L'g'.Av .f - ff," ii'-'L 'E' if .' 'vlqf' -1--.qv ,pa P T.i'i', 17 ' 1,.- , s 1' me r., ' Xiu ..1':7.:f, A: . . -1'.' A' A Q ,.,,A ,. 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A -' f If s'3i-2332532 7- '.T,'.l' Us ":fL-ff1"-'-- , q,i vI?2i1,.:...L..i.f:l..'e,f.Ft1. In If buffs? Evifff 'if f ' 'f -.L 1 41-J, -.ju ' :T',-.:.Q-' ff Jf21'a.fisf.14f1f::'Evs f 1 .. F 1 1 Y Blk?" 1555-' 2z"3J1f . 1' il' N-.'a-11:-1-f,'E i 5 H . 'Ax--1... I L. ff O 2- , 4 1 ,,- l 4 Y -1- L f-he gf- ' 'i A "W X 43 ' ' Q Q Q -f 1 K - ' gr 511, IRL? gf A ' A R , fi 1 ,E ' ..v,. Q.. ay i lk: ia'- . - .fw,,,,.' agua-xv an "' , a" 4 nv' ' - 9' Y 511 T K.. X f 1 ,.., J 4 24 I. an A F' - .., 1 . - 4 '.,-5 4. n' a 9. ,J .! J f. 'vu A . .A 4-fzhfq .- r , , A n. -far. . A. 'Q 27 .JSF " ' w 'K 'I' 94' -,W ', 1 f '-- A .J-,. .Y -.-, -. f, J.. -- .XJ bwlgjr J 1-.-V . t. , ,rf -Q- 30 +743 . g ' ...g Q' l CLQ Y., v.: ,,. " 514 ,LL V M.-. v ada, 1 t in by North Dallas Dances . -'3 ,?.g:-S:-aiozehvaawis- 'r T T u 'r'S""' 2 5 f g. Wi if If lg' .gt g. yi. 1 ily! 2, W ZiWll11i,A , f Y lsllll 1 T i Hilii IW Qffjflaifl illi- ftcfffyw' ,dw yy? 1 yfsfls rrifgfff -'E ' gygff ,rl Illlll flf mfffm' V " ul, .i Ny . ,. I 1 in 1 1 f -at-U- .X X560 N k A illll 'v m f ll ll fl' l l i if Ml ' 1 1 -1 i J ,, V U l' ' 1, l My aa a aa ,il,llllili Qmr fuops lL-Zigi' on the maintenance of the only high school Alumni Club in Dallas, looks very bright. Jack Gardner furnished the music. The lirst dance of the year was on the night of November 5. lt was the yearly Annual-Norther danceg our Jimmie Allen's orchestra furnished the music. There was a large crowd at the dance, despite the cold, disagreeable weather. On Thursday, December III, the IVA Seniors had their second dance of IQZ4. The weather was more favorable and the "gang" turned out in whole Hocks. .lack Gardner's Orchestra furnished just the kind of music that he always doesg there- fore everybody had a Urippin, " good time. There was also a dance on Saturday night, February 6, in the North Dallas gym in conjunction with the carnival in which all the clubs participated. Good music was furnished by Monte Manne's orchestra. The annual Alumni dance which was held in the North Dallas gym on February 7, was a great success. The Alumni showed the same bulldog spirit in attendance that they always have shown, and the outlook POST-GRADUATES 1 rt Term May Tears Elizabeth McClure Yvonne Hollis Evelyn Moore 2 Raphael Lander sl. C. Lilly Fredrick Neary William Rinaman Norma Bohment Doris Comstock Byrd Reid Wilson Evelyn Selby Leslie Hinckley uf! Term Yvonne Hollis Dixie McManus Evelyn Moore Wallace Rohling Adele Simmons I 5 r lg H A1 gl uf 1 5' ia 4 2-nj-ra.vQezszL-ws nQ-E.-2.1 ' Tl-ll: ygxma zo bmw- 'e r Page One Hundred Forty-nine l 5511 or .rev 1- ' l l Ln- P -I L . e i 'av bf 4 if M 1 fl 1 f' F ' 1 5 ' I ii ' I u I . . l l I he FIVC Ages of High School Ulffffz due apologies' Z0 Sf1akerpcn1'ej l All of sehool's a bore, y' And all the boys and girls are merely bvredg ' 1 They have few successes and many failures, 5: And one student in the course llunks many times, E His aets being in live stages. At tirst the freshman, L' VVhining and crying of his teacher's cruelty. And then the Udumbu sophomore, with his grim And crafty book, acting like Q1 tyrant CJVCI' the fish at school. Then the junior, Marveling o'er his knowledge, with a pitying look Bestowed on those who think not. Or he's an athlete, Makiiig large his muscles, even through football, Jealous for honor, often poor and slow in learning, But seeking the orange "DU And a place on the bulldog squad. Next he's a senior Having fine, large head with little knowledge lin'd, With haughty eyes, and a beard that he can cut. Full of ancient jokes and modern slang, And so he plays this part. Sometimes he shifts lnto the wide and stylish "balloon", VVith upturned nose and grease on hairg His last yearls shirts, when Worn, are rt foot too spare For his expanded chestg and his once Weak voice, Steady at last in manly chords, roars And bellows in the halls. Last stage of all, That perfeets this creature Qdon't you thinkfj ls final examination and graduation, Oh, Boyl Sans teachers, sans books, sans 103, sans everythingl -Samuel la. Fly. X X 1 f lx ' f ff 3- Qs X -X f . - , . R W. Xi, 9 QQ .aa .M N tm,-'G s . fi fl- -Q. - 6 -"ll llllifkllllill "s w R , .4 fi , '-" 1 V li.. ., K 'N-. ' 41" - I 866' 1 mi K I 5539 N ' J 'QE ' . : g -,E . 6,933 L. Push Sofalw I-:mom EYXIOR Pb 1 -1 'v 9 v u V U: v-'g.,zm4?.wsz'iv1P mega. HE VlKlNG Page Om: Hundred Fifty Q 5 1 1 ,e Q ro I i5 1gz15,w.- L :-B.'55? . faq' - 5.: ?EW!E f 'L 5 , - 1 'f fx Y-W , Qt : 'fn Q E n 4 f 2 f 2 i E nz: ' ,., L.. -Q K? rf N. I I 54 H sf I 4 , I ie ef 5s-'..!"5r'21OS!"S!L-f4L9JSv5+?19!"f-ElZ IZ YLKIN 'K-5590 HW 'N' 7Fv"'+3'N7'-97651 Pngr One Humircd Fifly-om: 1 Q I Page One Hundred Fifty-two FIRST IN POPULARITY CONTEST 1.1 1'- I d 'Q bi' ff' ' " 1 Ilwasm- O ' ' , ' RZJBQIQLQE., , 53:5 . f X - :5,J, -4 , Jn .tix J 'l ., W.- S 3 IV 1' 5 5 fx "1 'b .4 xl' H nu wav. K , I J OSEPHINE ABRAHAM E lt U SAM VAN DYNE SECOND IN POPULARITY CONTEST fl-F.-.?y,QIw.5Qp1E,,..n.A1 1: ypqyqq ff f,f Om' Hz1r1.fr4'1f Fifi 5 1, 'ff I -ugh sp -fs - A .sz-L-xi.1zzosfz1. ,, 4 T QTN ' - z zsffewsa-:sasraawm-Z 45,3 Y a .' .' 'ou ni!! Pretty girl behind sheet music counter- ' ere s a sna y :U Gertie s Garter played by the rubber bandq lk if if Hott' U 1111111111 "l'x'e been to a museum." "VVhat did you see?" ' r v 4 '- :AAIC 13.3 E ..z.. "U fl' 'U u 2 "1 cr' ff , IO A W X- xf fm L . 2 '1 .rf evzlgnzfm - . .- . .v -3. f-ISU! 5 ts- lzlyzzifili ef Lawyer: Do you drinkf Witness quite happy : That s my busi- HCSS. See life! "'What is the hardest thing to catch?" "The eagle on a 520 gold piece." 46' "A corset." '54 X H X 'E' ik 0116 tn' iz time, pfetmf II :IH EW for Emilie-U-I "But you could never support mio." V ' ' , 'kWell, lm only looking for one.' 6' "You gonna marry that fat girl l saw ' E you with the other night?" 2: D' :ii L' "Well, l was thinkin' about it. Why'F" Ate, Huff ti Heart uvvhf' in thc World UC You gonna marry lX'Ir. Svron fln chemical class labj: "I Such 21 fill glfl lofi l - shall now take some hydrochloric acid "YVell, l like heat in the wlnter, and 4md-," Slllldc 'll fhU Summcf-W Voice: "That wouldn't be a bad idea." , Pi 'lt ,Em L' iw! Tb 'ff' .l 'ti A "bore" is a man who talks so much HY il k li I li M gli! about himself that you don't Uet a chance Ou OO mul LHOUQ1 N? mt' '- C' "I do Wvhere shall We O", to talk about yourself. ' ' ' k g ' :sf bt Pk rt Note You Chime KWH! "Sit down," said Nlr. Daniels to his 'WVho's the father of Radio?" noisy son. l'Dunno." H1 won't do it," relied the irnpudent 'X-Xdam." Dutch. Ll.'hdHl1l+HOXN'ZL1fE " "Well, then stand up. I will be K'He gave a rib to make the first loud obeyed." speaker." Ain't it sol i ll ' 'A' ' " - in - , I1- f -- - To eller l IT f ' I I. I I ,-It QF 1J ' l i 1 -if N I 12 ' I I l Q 41" I ,Q I I I I If ' ' my It If gg, , I I WQW px X I I ggi! l 1 I I 'I fx if-351. I l is - -t" as - - 1 I l , I I 1-'5.i"I-ff?"-:-1:',a. i 'L' Q , fit' -an 'Il l ' .... i--l- -1 -s-. . '2' "iii ' ""'j- :I . . , ' ' in - II 1. I ...I J Q, ' t 7 I L4 -'- ? - E+, I I ? , , N551 I L T s T I i l 7 ' f - - 0 . I I I : TO LUNCH TO CLASS , I E -Q ff ' ' 'Z -Y - - 4 - n -s 71 -' gf L. l2..??!'f 97!5 7.752 'Fill E NLIEINGVQ -3 -4 9717 N' KL M ! 'f-T Page Om' Hurzdrrd Fifly-four' "" -' r.vfezum5-.la-. -. s 4 s f-N s s xp. , 64 ' Q y.--15 - -TEL. ' af -0 P 'su . -1 . ' st FQ ti. 1 1 . 'S lv '4 1 3 5 1 I 0 3 6' 11:-rvwvf' N 4 il I 4 3 X l l , l N ans-N l ll ' Q . . .' 4 l mu fl hu 'auf ' - 9 Nm - S. l 5 N ,W i f 1 f QL ,Q i Y 'l ba k. 5 111 . 41, K-ve A llLL'lf BIRD "lVl1atei'er else a girl may think ahout Ctznghf a fellow with whom she goes, shelll .tlwqns Imtc lqtlthcl. fm bor. wlwm hc has Cmgm admit that he's a good choosen" tml,k'ngj nsmukinga heya-- fl 2? Son tnonchalantlyl: "No, sir, tol1ae'o." U, lI!1f,r.:yt1 Ixuf,-:c' .-lffozzi ll? 1RH,.gt,,.A. C-hlI,1m.fh.,.' "VVhat's the extreme penalty for having X X two wives?" -LTWO mothcl-S,m,1lmv." 'il man the other night hooked up his ratlio to the hed springs and tuned in. D0 "XVhat are the three greatest mysteries lioilninlzfli Whdl hs gm: of the world?" A U' , , "W Omen, love, and corn-heel hash." HOL Plmgt -E',x'fh11fLgf. 'F 'F rl: X "lVhat is a -lellfv-heanf" JUN- 705,15 1, OTA., Bm.-,t 'X-X boy who can take his girl into a .Would VCU UNITY A girl on 510 3 re rlge ltor mtl bllllg her out perpiring. week?" l i 4: fl "Yes, if she had a steady job." --Vyhiu is A Flnppurf-v "The girl who gets uw ' l ' ' ' " L K . t in Ile morning Druggist tpolitclwi .txvhat will you antl says: 'Clothes, l'm going to town. If hnwfn you want to go, hang 0n.' " VVorkmanZ "l want a cent's worth of rt: 14 - N, , 3 yn , Q A mist Polldhlul H N N We all agree that the part ol our lives I I ' ' . L " IS W - - - Lugglaf MOU hut MHP up I un we ve spent under her ll1SII'LlCllUll might ' Y . , tt- - - H - WOT M V V . well be called the bnitlonian period. VVorl4manZ You neednt wrap it up: just pour it down my backf' X "' nl W i V Y ' ' 1 zg :K at W e have all heard L'What is so rare as ll L' L Bn-Owmg tlaj' iii June," hut a graduation day in that s I u I A L h nionti is even rarer to us. 'N' Milly: "I m just wild about Lnnehouse I 4 Blues," is at he K Billy: "Yes, you do look well i11them," .-Xt least no one can say our team is not 'il fl -Srszwzx Terk. Srmze Milf. Ullfllllkf raised." .0 , . Lf I e J 'EJ e e e G fi -v - - . . .. A.. 2.15 . l:.OE!'?-i'-WIP n 1 ' THE. YIKING S0 EK LF !! Page Om' flnmlrftf Fifly-jim' 5 xezu-sw..-ma. , s s VN zgz zeaavaow. 53-0 , 1.-S' as f ve. v 5 , 7 3 i l I sg vi '5 l ' ' l A 'u, 1 ' Q , . . The Parent Teachers Association 5 H In every great organization there is some department which looks it after the details. These details are oftimes of small importance when 0, regarded individually, yet when we unite these details, their mass be- g: comes of vital importance. ln our school, the organization which fills Q this place and which has accomplished more toward making our school hours pass quickly and happily, is the Parent Teachers' Association. To serve the North Dallas High School in every Way that tends to betterment is the desire of this organization. Service is a portentous word. It means Work and responsibility, but it also means joy. ln reviewing the services which this club has done for us, We find that they have done much to contribute to the success of the Senior Class banquets, that they have subscribed music for the R. O. T. C. Band, racks for the glee club, football blankets, steel engravings of Confed- erate generals, planted on our grounds trees, shrubbery and rose bushes, maintained a medicine chest, made improvements in the teachers' restrooms, sent flowers and letters to the students who were sick or had suffered a be- reavement, and maintained a fund to assist students in a Hnancial way. At present a fund is being raised to send some North Dallas student to college. The president of the Parent Teachers, Association, Mrs. A. S. Lewis, is a Woman of engaging personality. She has a beautiful faith in young people, and anything which is proposed for their good is sure of her approval and support. We shall never be able to repay our debt to our mothers of this club. However, as we enter upon our World experiences which must follow after our school career, this thought will occur to us: "Oft, in the stilly night, Ere Slumberls chain has bound me, Fond memory brings the light Of other days around me, The smiles, the tears, Of boyhoodls years, The Words of love then spoken." - u-. E "1 if 'Q sl ls 'A s' I . 4 r . ' is ' s: ygmncs :fr eww- 'W Y-ah Page Thirteen ifgssrgvezvas.-2ae,-- 3 ' ' QB .. :3:: 1Jl'i?z 'k!E f I ' 'Q ' 1 f 5 60 bf N Q x ,, .11 tv!" H , FQ 'r. 6 fl t 'i 'I 4 if it I I fi TCffy'l5 IOl1gLlC IWISICI'--MYOU Illlllli A411 E,rf1',10f1if11L1ry' IfI'g771r111 2 I I. I think you think I think what l think. Angry Wife crime 2 3' mg. 4:15 that I you, Charles. Q I A test a day, the school teacher's way. Jolly HL1SbH11d2 UZHSIX IHC!" 4 5 ,S 4. sg. Angry VVife: "Here I have been stand- t I , , . . . ing at the head of the stairs these two I Ihe easiest thing to get in school-a hourq Oh, Chqrleq how can youw, dcmtiou Card' I HH Qbracing "Shtandin' on vour head on th' shtairsf Jenny, l'm shprizedl P FRI! "Roy, what UIUC is ilfn How 1:1111 If I fwfr! Two hours, too, 6' ROYI UVVIU' CIOIIIC YOU look LIE YOLII' OWN 'strgfngifv w'0n131'1l,' FJ watch?" X is it I: Fifi "Gb, iff easier for you I0 100k at Reaford Rogers, the other day, while 5' YOLII wrist watch than I-OI' IHC to mine Iggking ,lf the SIQQIQIQ11 gf 3 donkgy, fnade 3 ,I out." very natural quotation. "Ah,'l said he, "we Q all tk 4: are fearfully and wonderfully made." ' Lite s darkest momentfvvhen the teach- 1 U 7. . H er uncxpectcdly SayS1..Get out your Pen- 1 Ross 5. ftranslating Ilfglly. Three CHQ ,md Pvlpcr -5 times I strove to cast my arms about her gc gc it neck, and+that's as far as I got, Mrs. Cloptonf' 30-5-5-by mf Sfffffi-' ON' Mrs. C.: "VVell, I think that was quite Prof.: "Your grade is very low, and liar enough." you have just passed." , df 4' if LO-q1'11i 50 glacldi Wh P, .-lzzofbef' Bfznlfiei' l. : 3 2 " f. , . . . H501 Igilsijrpl-iii., ht If ,, "W hen rain falls, does it ever arise cos o'a 1 sum:-.' . , . . L g iq LL L again! asked Mr. bvron in Chemistry class. Rtzcefhaf, 15,16 few! "Yes, sir," answered Dick Mc. Teacher: "Give me an example of in- "W'hen7" Congymitvj' "VVhy, in due time ..... " "A divorce lawyer humming a wedding HFINC- Didil You HUF' Sir down-U march." A Q 0 -Emi' -1li1n1 Ni Fife Pfrimff fffz' Yonf I Messenger boy to Miss Witherspoon: E l'Little Girl where is the teacher?" -n"""" off .. it D ' X X X .. ua l? Q K . . J' I .- 'What is a doughnut? " I W "I-VU' ' Ult's a hole surrounded by bad cookingf' A Wat r H rd i if X it 5Qt.E,E,.:33.i:lzzl2giQ:f::,z.,,tI "W'hat's your name?" SQ 'JS 2,3 'Q'l'ft', W... wwe, Ulohn " 335: k'E3e.l?f"e Da . . ' 'Vu xi i "I mean your full name." i "ii"-" i, 3-' 'nlghfld "lt's John, whether l'm full or not," ' X TM XX' fi "VVho do you work for? " i S ,X M' LNASI' l uUncle Sam." I Y K -I I "Can't you get a job from anybody but , - ' i J? V a relativefl' cha 'h ul' '1 ...L ffm" " ' if wif Pk " 0 -fi! be .l-.rilaitilliq-I4 iigia-in A anim' f':f:"'fil 1' N iv. fn but mu I In I P Leland T.: "Can you read!" 31 -l"Ll'3.'1:E2AY...'l"" , , T X 'LW' IQ . . o r tx aut 4. s Bibs McQ.: "Why ol course!" I 'X , Hal: I4 L. T.: "Have you red Hannels?" . 1 ,.4-- f HJ-L 5' v . 4 5 I5 gi 'M W 7 ' T ' ' C ' D tf 7 '-'I ' 2?:,."'fT 'P!'?s!Gl7B r v-+ +6n"ii i : mf I I ' E'ql 3 Ji5'fZ'x.."'5L - fhh' N74 -Q91 Przgt' Om' H11m1'rrt1' Fiffv-six 'T 13 1 86' .1171 . . .. tp I i A physician gate 1 patient a box of pills Mr. Tardy fin Spanish cl1ss 1 Sa I with directions to take one pill re time: have all the money I Wantf' I a day. hasper Collins: 'II can't say that." 4 1.1 f -T 1,-nf-4 was ' ig L bt ?J2 - -- Q - 1 ll fa 'M it 2 .1 F' S 1 , Jr I gl I 1 lk 'P at als :if si: I lvlillicent H.: "Do you believe in love at first sight?" 4 Speedy: "Yes, and at every other op- t 't ." She: "Every block must have an alleyf, Por um Y . She: f'Why, you part your hair in the middle, don't you?" He Qself-consciouslyj: "Yes.,' as :if is FF PF is . . . The Wife and daughter of Lieut. Berry Mr. Walker: +iWh,, are you rushing were halted by a sentry on duty, who had about like thi5E" orders to allow no one to enter by that Miss Snidow: UIIIH tryin to et some- ERIC- . S 8 - thing for my ggniorgf' "Sorry, but you will have to go around Mr. W. "Had any offersfl' YO the milll gdff-U bk bk ak "Oh, but we're the Berrysf' L'Lady, I don't care if you're the cat's Deryl: "Papa, what does 'lampooning' meow! You can't go through this gate." mean? " -Copy, ak bk Pk Nlr. Currin: "That's when they throw things at whales." Deryl: "No, papa, that's harpooningf' Mr. C.: 'WVell, llampooning' is the same thing, only they throw a lamp." New Yorker to Dallasite: "Say, we aren't calling them flappers any longer in New York." Dallasite: "VVhat do you call them?" Pls Pk , X New Yorker: 'We call them bunga- Ifvhv ,4,g5.g,-mg? lows: because they are painted in fzont, ttsouls Burning In Haus, Wm be the shingled in back, and have no atticsf' subject of A. Wilson, bishop of the at ak X North Dallas Hi, Thursday morning. "Tell lf'f1P"0f'f Y0111' Cliff!! Mother I'll Be There" will be sung by the Edison, with all his inventions, wa.: a Boys' Glee Club. piker compared to the ambitious young X tr lk photographer who advertised: "Your baby, HHOWt5 the Shoe businessft' if you have one, can be enlarged, tinted - "It's very trying-on and off." and framed for S8-79-U :cf wk wk bk Pk PF . G ' f . Squirm: "VVillie bl., I've had something Om! 'fm Him to tell you for a week back." LOHYIP' MGR' POP' I just Swallowed W. 11 qtmtsaivpg t-oh, what is iw H WOW- H , U Anxious Father: Take a drink of water, S uirln: uSl0L1lIlSll11lITlC1'1tl , , D Sq quick! quick, and wash it down." if X lc - Lolly: "Aw, nog let him walk." Sam Van D.: 'LWhat became of that 4' if DF gate you and your girl used to hang onln Girls, skip this paragraphl It is really Dee Smith: "She gave it to me." unht for publication. It got into my let- ,k ,k ,F ters by mistake, and I asked the printer to I I set it up wrong side up: Huddv Miers: "I haven't paid a cent I . 1 . ,, H pesq .Iaq uo putns Ol peq aus II lor repairs since I got my car. Jack Smith: "That's what the repair Moqomis li JB lag Pfaqsdwtaml QM L- F nlan told luck, K lP'C9,I PBQJIH SCDLIS H130 '1 J ,F bk bk 3lIILI1.IEI E O1 511193 U31 .IQSFAA HLQAA MON r .M 'moqs B Jo pup! lsuar Oql S193 aqs 3.1 I Q Country: "Just think of our forest pre- Moqfiuv 1110 lf pug Hpqs laq HOA mg le " Servesjr Smourf O1 1ou 1q3no aqs Suttpautos 3,11 "I fl City: "How about our subway jams?" Hvwom H Saguom Sugqlfiuv 3,9197-fl ,rI,, in , . 4 I -e . , . ttf 2.-?'...'-.10P.l:?!"?eh!LG'lfP nv:-vial ' I F YUKING 'eva L0 TPM' , WP NVW'-591 Pave One Hundred Fifly-seven ig-,gemwrezzemg-zx. ,, 3 , W - :i:,:a-453:-Jl"f.r"P-?!J7b!E it mtg-vwgv br D il 9 4' if Pl 1 5 ff 5 9 f l l 45 4' School Calendar FALL TERM Sept. 15-Enrollment. Sept. I7'Cl3SSCS get under way. Sept. 18-Familiar and unfamiliar faces begin to appear in rapid Hre. Sepl. I91DCtCHIl0l1 cards and 103. Sepf. 19-First real assembly of the year. Ort. 4-Long, wide-legged breeches become so noticeable around school that they cannot be overlooked. Ort. 7-Of course we wouldn't complain, but really we think we might have some variation in our lunch menu. Oct. 10-Oh, did you see that pretty tie that Alex Blakely Wore to school? All red and white stripedl - Off. 26-Delphian Society adopts Constitution. Oct. 28-"Pep" assembly to find out how to "beat Forestf, Off. 30-First game of city series. N. D. vs. Forest-score N. D. 3, Forest 0. Off. 31-Assembly celebrating the submission of the Lions. Nos' 3TMf. Will O. Smith very ill. Nor' 5-"Pep" assembly for Oak Cliff-N. D. game. Nasa l1TAfH1lStlCC Day-holiday. Nov. 17-Bert, Why didn't they give you a shave before they let you "Outh with that beard? Now. 20-Community Day observed at N. D. Nov. 25-Assembly-Jabby, Dutch, and Sig "addressed" the student body. Nov. 27-Thanksgiving holidays-N. D.-Bryan game. V Der. IiBCgll'1!lll1g of "Annual Weekf' Def 4-Sweaters presented to first team. Def 91-ILIIIC senior rings arrived--Oli boyl Dec I6'Cl11'iSUTlHS holidays and fuzz, sl fa Li vb l A - , - , r , ,. - L. . RUE?-QC9P Ykwi1:mKHL "'?53Y'?" 575' N' f7Dv"'4N72P"-9"l 'Zig-'nf' 'Page One Hundred Fiffy-sigh! A 4 t I r J- 'L""o . , bs' 1,1 r . L- Jn, 'IZQ g'g33'Q.YG1l5 1+, 3 K Y f X Y Q ul rl 3 gn -my ,,.. . T tr. 5 7 3 l i SPRING TERM 1 fan. 13-Lucky 13th for January seniors-senior assembly. Jazz. 15-Chili for lunch. Jazz. 19-Examination week-"Oh, death, where is thy sting?" Jan. 23-Skirts still getting shorterl Feb. liHHX'C you all seen that loud cap that Sam Van D. wears? Well, you haven't seen anything till you do. Feb. 6-End of the earth-false alarm-Keen Klub Karnival instead. Feb. zo-N. D. beat Oak Cliff in basketball-how's that? Feb. I3'NOfIh Dallas celebrated her third birthday. You can't tell us anything about Friday the thirteenth being lucky. Feb. I61CO8Ch Stagg of Chicago U. visited the school and talked to the student body. Feb. 17-Huey St Philp presented N. D. with a Loving Cup for 1924 Football City Championship. Thrift Loving Cup also won by N. D. Feb. 18-Earle Cabcl, Bert Harned, and Will Hill visited the school. Feb. IQLNOFfh Dallas won the loving cup offered by the Circle Theater for the largest representation at their closing bill, C'Strange Bed Fel- lows." Feb. 23--Fifth Period Luncheon Club organized with Helen Marr Sim- mons, president, Edna Louise Anderson, vice-president, and Frances Seale, secretary. Feb. 24-School dismissed at 2:30 for military drill. N. D. won Gen- eral Inspection. Feb. 25-First movements for senior play cast started in room IOS. Feb. 29-St. Mary's uLittle Theater Clubn entertained us with a play. Maz'cb 5-The Circle Theater presented us with a loving cup. Ma1'eb 6-Sour Kraut and Weinies for lunch. .Marrlz 16-The boys and girls had separate assemblies. Maz'cb 17-Copy for Annual finished. March ISLFOTCSY beat N. D. in first city debate. Try-out for Senior Play. Dick sprained his ankle running down the steps. Ma1'ch 19-Broke school routine slightly and didn't have assembly. Mar'eh 25-Debate between Oak Cliff and N. D. Boys won and girls lost. Marrlz 261MI. Ford took Leland's job of selling lunch tickets from him because he wasn't accuratel QBug House Fableslj Illarelz 27-Practice track meet between N. D. and Bryan. N. D. won. Marelz 28-Miss Greenwell overslept and was almost late to Sunday - School. E March 29-Saturday is our day of leisure. S Maf'cb 30-Viking goes to press! V J Q ,. 3 F 5 -Z P is ef UPl5-5!LaF !"'7il: I: U' I . ""79'33Y'Z" EYE' 'V"lflT'l'!s'?""':T5l Page One Hundred Fifty-nine f-5' v 'fbi -- A .5 4500 bg' '- -'-- Hzaafzarg' 4.--.v.-A ' 'U i I iij MJE'.24.xg, , f'N H - :gs m e . ff K 2 . 1 F fj, . U if - 5 . 1 lp XI l -P ,vt -x A 4 , 4 L35 E4 4' -1- q i, ,. ' K rf U - . , 1 is :' ,' 2 : l gr ,F r lf q rl if . ,HSA y - , E N V Y J, L' 4 xl -,xl ngilvmm. .....,, ,ww .. 1 -I , .' .ga ,.,.wS""""":'- ., J 1, , . 1: 'uv' - u P Z A A 1 , Q :i1i'?LT ?-T flzis... --ss W'iil'e 2+ .X---. 7 V"lGrnorues....- D, Woodman,SPane Tm! TQFGQ' HE EDITOR feels that at this time fjust as the Viking goes to pressl he should express a word of thanks to Miss Grif- fith and her Art Department for their splendid co-operation with the Annual. They have done practically all of the art work, which has saved a great deal of expense, and their work is more appreciated than that of an outside artist because it is done by the students. This department has done splendid work, and the Annual is greatly indebted to it. The staff also wish to thank George Frierson, a January 525 graduate of this school, for his willingness to help and for his time work in every department of this publication. He has done all that he possibly could to support the Annual, and the staff thank him from the bottom of their hearts. He certainly has that "North Dallas Spirit!" We also wish to express our thanks to Vivien Hoover for her splendid work on behalf of the IVB Class, and to the typewriting department for their excellent support in typing our copy for us. w I N I ? fa L: g, 53 1 " SP5 2 1 ' 'J-U L, l:.OE!!e!Q-IJ: n-1b.:f.f"vi IS I I t 'gr-1:w,j Page One Hundred Sixty .ign- Y 31 l'T4f"'34f" - Y e gage,-s.ef3z1swsTsrQQ3QgQg 1 A y , THE MARKET C' PLACE A These Merchants helpecl make it Q 'Q possible to get out this Annual f- H f V Please arronize them. 71 f me Q 1-fo NGLISH LITERATURE abounds in furnace talk, from Shakespeare to Chrisf 1 topher Morley, and most of it is lamen- tation. flIThere are plenty of men outside of writing circles Who could Write a book on the struggles and griefs of a furnace keeper, but very few of these live in this city. Dallas has natural gas. fllThe gas-designed furnace needs no keeper. It is clean, quiet and instantaneous and burns an untouched fuel. I K 2, ,' ,-fine Cgvs '23 THE DALLAS GAS CCMPANY -. ...- M-n..-u..- - - .... .---- .- .-mg...-.W-.N ---- A ---- - - -- - Cozzzplizzzanlf of Slforffz 'Dfzlfm' T o '1 fPz i 166010 11771 61.1 "PERSONAL SERVICEU i Ladies, VVork a Specialty 4107 Oak Lawn l M865 CGM PANY - - -. - -w- .. -W- .. - .. - -. ..-M--I+ HUBERT SMITH T , Fairmount and lVIcKinney Sozzlfufrzlza' and Sf. G607g6 2 Barber Sfzops g DALLAS' OLDEST and Exmfffezzzf Serrfifa am! Cozzrffozu T1'.'2z1f71zent BEST PLUMBING CO' MANICURING B.-XTHS i V Phones Q "Reliable .-Ks Your Fnmilv Doctor' Soutlxlrmd X 1866-St. Gcorgt' Y 4243 I ' YVC Especially Solicit Ladies' Hair Bubhing I I GRANVILLE Nl. DEANE STUDIO 10161-2 ELM STREET DALLAS SC OOL HOTO ER O AS L FORE T May 1, 1925 1925 Senior Class, North Dallas High School, Dallas. Seniors: Now that our photographic and business relations have terminated for the year, and the quiet feeling of a task well done has settled upon you and upon us, we would like a frank expression of satisfaction or visa versa from you in regard to the qual- ity and uniformity of our photography. If you regard us as congenial and amicable in our dealings with you it will give us lasting pleasure for you to say so. If you have found us ever- ready to cooperate with you - to tackle your problems with the same zest we did our own- your statement to that effect will be positive proof of your friendly feeling for us. Thanks to you, Sam and to you, Dick, for the efficient manner in which you handled your part of the work. We have enjoyed the daily association with every one of you and hope that you will continue to visit us frequently. Very sincerely yours, GRANVILLE M. DEANE STUDIO GMD,fHL 1:1 L. G. Balfour Company NIANUFACTURING JEVVELERS AND STATIONERS Ojififzl Jffrefezu' for af! Swliof Cfa,fJeJ of Jxforfh Dallas High Srhool COIllII1L1ILLIllC11t Invitations Designed and Engraved by Balfour Dallas Oflirc: 401 Dccrc Building Phone X-5390 ..---,------....-....5..-.....---------... TEXAS ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO- 4 uqkpcndable Serfvicen Buy Your Military Equipment FRONT Tflt' Ojjqvinl R. O. T. C. Start' We Can Save You Money CARRULIJS 208 No. .-lknrd, between lflm and Pacific ......-..- - - - -..-.,....n..-..n-....-.,......-H-.,,.....,.-.g..,-.,..-....-....-....-...... .- .- - - - - -. - -- f - , - - HS"l0Ct'ft,'J'f 'Bl zwz 5 hocolzztw . 0 C 111 718 Staley" I5 COlVlPLliTE ASSORTlVlliN'l'S Containing ITIJDF' varieties of Delicious, Delightful Surprises :X lVlost Complete Line of 5 and IO cent Bar Goods 21150 "Lark QQ" BROWN'S-Dallas - .-.----- ---- ....-.n-.g.l-...-.... -----..--- ,- - 1- f4READY" fo serve you VVe have been serving the public in HH!'LiTUIIl'L7 and various other lines of merchandise for over 5o years, and on through these years We have kept our reputation of serving them satisfactorily. YVe are always ready to serve you with your every-day needs. Visit our store and see our many Wonderful lines of merchandise. HUEY- PHILP HDWE. CO. FSH 1125-U' -. C o C 45-ffgfg 73" "Jafar 4' Q- J- .-Q A 41 4 E I Av., U 7' 1145 V 1 A 3 5 Q -4 IL 1 .f'lL2LJdl21. , ah - 5 Q by. .J-fn .jzigzxg f 32. W' ' R 5 t 5 a it H Mr. W. C. Lemmon is well qualified to serve as President of the Board of Education because of his experience, his ability, and his love for the Dallas schools. We are always glad to see Mr. Cau- thorn. He is Well fitted to succeed Mr. Crozier to the position of Assistant Su- perintendent of th e Dallas Public Schools. Mr. Cauthorn is an interested participant in all affairs of the Dallas high schools. The student has only to see his quick and ready smile to iden- tify him as a true friend to all youth. 1- an-H i 'I E r r 5 n' 1 al - 1 sssss s H H If I V 4 9 'Q ef Z?-,'-'Z:1h?'!"?55LG'9IPJEJ:-472-'EZ ' a: 1: wx: f a fr Eemirwz- 'K'-v"'4'k? Page Fourteen v liuppcnheirner Fashion Park Hickt-y-Freeman Hart Sehaffner S Marx mamnfacturers HSC VALETERIA U In Order to Fit VVeZl Clotlzer ZWz1.rZ Be Ufell Pressed Y7fXI,IE1fIEI1I,A Yaleteria not only presses-it SH.-XPES. This unusual and pleasing service means much in the appearance and wear of your clothing. Note the details of this improved pressing method- -Collar shaped on a special collar press, the shoulders on a shoulder press, cont fronts on forming presses, trousers on a trouser press-exactly as was done when the suit was made. Ladies, our new spring color card just received. Come in and select the color for your new dress or for the one you and other Cluthinb Mitchell want dyed. Call H-2 1 OI 0 ' DYEINC1 Gt DRY CL ANING - .. ...- .-....-....-.g...-.,..- - - ..... - - - - - - i T Grocery Sc Market i 3301 Reagan Phonesffl-4121, 1 HKKHNBOTHAM4 eviswe 2 BARTLETT Co. High Llass lJl'llClll"i9k'I1 in Q4IHllL'Cfl4'I'l 5 Lt Hmm' Made Pastry l PHONIC US YOUR ORDER ,Q llelixr-ry NllOHiBll2ll1dS E B yAr111vunt o1'Suhst1tutL's ! . Ulflrztcrzfzl ., -, ..... . .... ,.. - -n..-i.?. I Cffzzfpfifzzezzfx of Q QQS I i Po ular Pharmae i , P i X 6566-6567 3912 Cedar Springs 2514, Commercevbtreet Q DALLAS, 'I EXAS I PHONES: A-2181-z182h-2183 I THE HGME INSURANCE COMPANY NEW YORK Fire, Marine, Automobile and Allied Branches including Rain Covers on Athletic Events D. D. MCLARRY Q I 2 Magnolia Building .---....-..--.-.----..-...-.g.......---..---,.....-.-..--- E I 3 A 7 E .11-A SMITH S BAKERY r Q arIitIprInrIrIR1IrI4 "Home of .-lrzftonul Bread" L l i B O N D S Special 5 Q S I oo 5 5oo 3 I ooo PARTY and DINNER ,Q I FIRST MORTGAGES ON ORDERS REAL ESTATE 5 lxmcd Mfrn 07'-'3 Q American Exchange National Bank l Dallas, Texas, as Trustee 'fs ' ll 'S l' ' d x . . . I pecla P O mm i The Ideal Security lor thc Sale and Q Profitable lnvestment of Large or Q Small Sums I - , , I Running 1 to 5 Years TRY US' :E Interest: 6? to 6MZa i lfVri1f or C1111-for : Free Bnoklfl 1 Cedar Springs and Fairmount 1 FEDERAL MORTGAGE CO. T How.-mn T. Moonui, Prnt. 3 . Second Floor Prrtorinn Building Call X"893I DALLAS, TEXAS l 1 1m1un1uu1nn1vm1m.1.. 1 1 n1n 1 1 1 H1 , -v L, , . .. , .., ,f-A ..--Af-,-f -A.-.-.T-.Y --ff'----.V-H ,- .4 ,V ,U ,N ,Y V- - . . ., -L , 4 - . t ' "'-X -.A . ,iQ, J EAHQKH IMS CIQtljQ5sM-al?ggg,CQ6SS'-C0016 East-Cr? s ' 11 T T t 1 1 1 T 'L-.DEPENDABLE s1NcEf1a75t1T 11 DALLAS f R 1. -, L L 1- .'f1'EXA5:. 513 vu'-'ziq-.---1: 77+'p+:-we gli:-f::i !f'qs-,f-xv: 'H-'fat 1 - -ff:aSZp1 i 25W1'fFs1:- aw'-.fr ' :w::c'f'g?'i2'-'f-xfcfff-73frffwqf-Q'-zsrrfbwrwf' -.1-'.-+I'-fy .- : 11 figp. 3.'zu9:-ffl1.--.L-.riii,7.rg.f 3 I, .fs :nw 1,.,:q'..1, -g. g-w , V'-9.4. , .:N.-in ,,,.,1. '.4,.g311 Y .1 eg- . 1' , cTOlIlI7!lUIt'llf! of WALTER R. FLY Gfmzml Pzuzftzre 601 No. Texas Bldg. Y-2026-Phones-A-0247 1 1 1 1 1mv1un1uu1'-1 1m1un1un1u1 1:1 ....-....-+ ..1m.1.un1nn1uu1nn1nn1.I..1nn-.M1.m1lm.....m1m.1f1.11.1 Plmm- .-X. 3:5 First Class Surxicu 4 l .Nortlzs 'Dallas Hi. Students and F tzcztl ty The Sanitaxfy Barber Shop at ,JOB km-5, Stunt Ailmxls yvvu High Class Scrxlcc, nearer home STRICTLY SANITARY AND UP-TO-DATE S 'fl' 'cl C bi . l B' sh Lid'-L . A c1'1d-- L V-ki p 11, l F 'Clf' ll"K PHC' -..,.-.g...-. ---- ----- X ----- - "Best Wishes to N ortlz Dallas Hi, Faculty and Stuzletzt Body." CITY ICE DELIVERY Phone A-2 1 7 I A. W. CULLUM 55 G0- -Uffzolcsczlc Grocers- l l Specialize in Good Merchandise and Good Service l 1 1 1 1 1 1M11im1im1un1un1nn1m1 1 1 l l THE BEST TAILORS IN THE BEST TOVVN N ON EARTH , "Look for the Big Red Bell" l BELL TAILORING T coMPANY Yun Hiriu' Hmnl' of Ur :IH Your Lift- 1611 llflain Street DALLAS, TEXAS .. 1 1 1 1 1Un1-ni1nu1un1uu1nn..m1 1 1 Athletic Equipment p for rl EVERY NEED I l l l I RETAIL - WHGLESALE lVlANUF.4XCTURING l Lowe 81 Campbell l ATHLETIC GOODS Co. 1915-17 Commerce St. UTM: Home that Service Bzziffn l l I .. .........-.g.......... ------ ....-....-....-....-....-....- -..- - Lynch 59 gflfrzkfgc Fancy Grocery and lVIarket We D.-ffm .iff cm Tm-11 3921 cum springs A-2161 A-2162 ..-M.-...i-im-....-rm-. - -...-....-....-....- -M-in-...- Wzzwizw training assures c-Hicicncy and success. NVQ tczich Gregg Shorthand and Twentieth Century Book- keeping, tht- systems that business men every- where npprove rind appreciate. Worldls champion- ship held by Gregg writer. Grnduntcs placed in good positions. In successful operation 37 years. WVhy nut cznpitulizt- on the reputation :md influ- ence of our great institution? Write, phone, or call for catalogue. Metropolitan Business College Dallas, Texas u1nn1nu1nu..im.1mu1nu1uu1im1nn1nn-. 1 1 1 1 .- Dress Well and Succeed You can always appear at your best-witlv out hitting your pocket book too great Il blow, by walking "the short Hight to econ- UlDf'U'VVllCl'C guaranteed clothes for men cost 55 to 515 less. V ICTORY-VVILSON lzlrorporizfzfl 161316 Nlain St. J.-XS. K. WILSON, Prrrfifmlf BGEDEKER Ice Cream 'just a Little Better" J. D. VanWinkle Co. The Sozztffx Bef! BOOK STDRE 1603 Elm Street DALLAS 25 YEARS DOWN TOWN DRUGGIST Compfimfzzff ' 7 Br1tton s Drug Store Cedar Springs Phones and A-OOOI Throckmorton A-3865 Free, Quick Delivery Delicious and Izzoigorfnfilzg Nom-Z1-iz in g and Uffzolwofvze W' X x X fa' A x 'S fi! J Goodness and-purxty 1 are sealed m. ,A c Of A 101 1 f BOTTLIM. 11 omw g D ll 'r ' 3 I KK K 5 1 1 1 1, 11 1 tk 1' I X 5 "E'm1, IN BOTTLES 1225" 51' f W M 1 III I Buy bythe case Q , Dzzffifzzts Prifzrf of 11113- of fha group .photos in rhif Wool' may be oofrzimfff zzfvozz tzpplifuzfiozl. COMMERCIAL PHOTOCRAPHEITJ Plwnt- Y-I67,l 171353 Live Oak St n1nn..un-. 11111111.1111 1 ... 1 inn- .-...ln-11111.-1 f'a111pli111i11rJ qf Earl W. Cullunl Co. Grocery and Market 2924 Oak Lawn Phone A-ZIOI 'Do Tau Realize How essential the Power and Light Company is to your modern pleasure in the theater5 in the school 5 honieg in business? I Al Work with your utility that lt may give mlly you the utmost in 1 G1-le-flee s i l service. gp n, I iilil' ii , ' ,l ri, . M iw iii' 7 Qlillglflamm D ll fi a as Power 81 i X H- Light Company ' 1 - - - - - .. - - - - - - - -,,,,,,,,...,!..,-..,-....,..,......-,.,.-..,.-..,.-.,.,-,,,.-,,.,-...,-,.,.-...,-.,.,- 2 PAssMoR12 and I CHAS. oTT 1 MUORE , 1 Fresh lVIeats, Fruits and Vegetables G U N S PHONES: i Li-55510338 T A-5474 X-6o79 1oo7 Elm St. T A-1942 T 4.302 Lemmon Ave. nn1nn1nn1nn-uu1nu1nu1 1nn1nn1nn-nu-nn-nn1uu-nu-.twin -11-1-1 nn-nn- -nn- 1 1 1 Ride the Street Car Save the Dij?6f67'ZC6 Dallas Railway Co. Qmduation Q11 y The one day young men and young women should look their best. Traditionally it is the time to dress well and begin a new life under pleasant environment. Everything needed for Graduation Day or the day after may be obtained here. Right in Style, Exclusive in Pattern and Colorings. I 1wn1'ifz.6Zy ffze bert value Obfllflldbffl S553 UTQEUD Bnbos. 'Pnironize TOIII' H0777c? Store and Keep Your Jlloney In 'Dnllar New Goods Satisfaction or Prices Right Nloney Returned CASH43ROCERY Phone A-4573 3119 N. Haskell Typewriters INYINCIBLE REBl.'lLTS-S25 to S75 .-l ll lllilisi' Rented alllzf Reprlireff SUPPLIES Authorized Dealers for Remington Portable American Writing lVlachine Company 1503 Conimeree Street Phone X-2740 if-ii-aIau1nn11 1-1-11-111-11- WHITE STAR LAUNDRY for RLAUN DRY -CLEANING -PRESSING YVC Appreciate Your Pgitronage Phone :X-0694 ra-2155 givin- 1 1 in11.4111nf-,nn-.un1.nu-.nu.-M11 1.11.1111 HARTMAN's OAK LAVVN THEATRE Oak Lawn and Dickason Sfzofwilzg Only Hig'fz-Clara' Jllotiozz ipiCfIH'c?J' A 1316 Work and Play Telephone Land HE TELEPHONE OPIIIRXTOR works between rests. Nlost of the time, it is true, she sits at the switchboard putting up the talk trucks fm' the subserilwer, but in between times are periudi for 1'eCre.1tion, in which she 11.14 opportunity for change and relglxation. Attractive rest rooms invite .1 variety of dix'ersions4sew- ing, dancing, reading, CO11YCfS.lfiOl1'?Of just rent. Y ,. L- ', ily' 0 'f - 1 V w t N, C-L63 , 'Fwy .ly-he .mlm Erm ,nzwm-mm, Chizf 43' ' . .1 QL? Ojvfmror 111 the Long Dzfftzzzfe' ,ft Ojjirr, uf .gzoo Brytzu xtreet, 5 :riff fc'f'f1'o111f your :'i.rif any , - L... LIfft'l'llUU1l from rfvo fo fini ' ' 4 0'l'fmf'. ' ' QQE9 KQRQABELLJ-Q 0 0 rf SOUTHWESTERN BELL E 5553, Z TELEPHONE COMPANY 'Z " 5' 4',, cp Qfppt-.uf L6- Southern Fuel Company fllizzers mm' Shipper: of olgtr-uioma ARKANSAS P1'mf1n'frJ of Brewer-lNIcAlester Highest Grade Oklahoma Coal Offices DALLAS, TEXAS NICALESTER, OKLA. OKLAlIOlVIA, CITY 1 1 n1nn1nn1m1nn..-nn1nn1n1un1nn....u 1 Phones: X-312 7-Y-2 2 3 9 FULTON MARKET Ffefh rum' Sufi ME4If,f, Srzzmzge Drf',f,veff Pouffryg Game in SBLZJOII DELICATESSEN 904 Main Strcct n1nn1nn1nn1nn1nn1, 1 1 1 1 1 1rn1.. .-m1...n Good Candies to Eat OUR CHARLEY BAR LUDEN'S FRUIT CANDY KRIMPY ROLLS Em' 4171 Icelmzfl Bar with your Drink or lac Cream VV. DONALD JONES Co. Kirby Building Dallas, Texas MILLINERS SUPPLY CO. Wfzolemle and Rami! Wlly Pay More? ooo-911 ELM ST. - .....-q...-.n.. - H-..-n..-.m-....-M-n.-..,-....-.........-..- - Complete Head to Foot Outfitters for the Snappy Dressed Young Man and the Smart Dressed Miss "The Sflilillg Store" Sam Dysterhach Co. ELNI at PEARL ST. ... - - ... .......-....-.,....,.....- - .- - -..-n..-.g.......- - - -..,.-..n-,............nr...nn-u..-...- - - - OAK LAWN CLEANERS 1 "Se1":'ife crifb 41 Smile" k 4.41.1 J 'x- L. r1"0lPlY 'ff' Phones A-5509-A-1509 L LAL 'Lo J -Li 7 2918 Oak Lawn BURTON, "The Florist" "llf'r1fCf1 U5 Growfu U-3122 Carroll, at Elm St. TBM! Wi5fzer- BUTLER, S Oak Lawn Pharmacy IVI. B. ISE KREAIV1 Corner Cedar Springs and Oak Lawn A 2124. Phones A 2125 The Sfore of Y"ez'mm1f S6'l'f'It'B L. J. SHARP HARDWARE Sporting Goods, Edison Mazda Lamps, Paints and Glass 4109 Oak Lawn Ave. A-o7z4 DREYF USS '33 The BUY Word for Young Men's Clothes Phono II-2161 Phone H-2.162 The Rainbow Pharmacy PAUL 'I. KIRK, Prop. Open from 7 il.IlI. to Midnight Free M0to1'f'yf'fs Dzliwry S. W. Cor. Peak X Bryan Ste. DA 1.i,i A s, TEXAS u1,u1nu1nn1 1nn,l1n1nn1..-.1,.ni.,..1.,.1...,1 -W1 1 Complizzzezztr of Hughes Candy Mfg. Co. 1401 South Iirvziy Street Nlanufacturers of a complete I i n e Of CAN DIES Pure and Iifffzolvrome KODAKS AND FILIVIS "One Day Kmfak Serf'ice" FOUNTAIN PENS and REPAIRS E. G. MARLOW Co. 1807 IX'Iain St. HIGHLAND PARK VARIETY STORE 4914 Cole Ave, Facing Harvard Complete Line of Dry Goods, Notions, and School Supplies J UNQeigh6orh00fi Store fhat Sellr for Ler: 1 f i D l . 530 by ra-frrezums-.eat -, i a f-X H , -Q, ?gm V A Dallas is ineleed fortunate in having as the head of its school system Supin- tendent Norman R. Crozier. Dr. Cro- zier possesses those qualities which en- clear him to all of his associates. His experience in the Dallas public school system has covered 3 space of eleven years and in that time the number of his friends includes all whom he has IHCI. Q v Q i A number of us tirst made the ac- quaintance of Mr. Stockarcl, present Supervisor of High Schools, while at- tencling Bryan High School as freshmen. The better we know Mr. Stockard, the more we respect and admire him. He is giving a great deal of his energy in helping the business managers and edi- tors of the high schools with their problems concerning the Annual publi- cations. 74 '4 'S I-r: ygnwc eg f 1 5... Page Ffftcuu ,ff W Borrowing from Emerson ,Z 5 94:4 i 1 , k , "To have friends one muff shofw himseyffriendlyv HAT single epigrani from our own American philosopher char- acterizes the spirit of this great friendly store-the store that seeks to translate huinaness, kindliness, understanding in all of its relations with you, our pa- trons. Qui fffefiif-f' M l FHTCHE-GOETTINGERC0. Uhr Shoppuig C2'nler9fDa1las , l bg! THE MAN TO WATCH by 'Qzdyard Kipling OONER OR LATER YOU YVILL SEE SOME MAN TO WHOM THE IDEA OF WEALTH AS MERE WEALTH DOES NOT APPEAL, WHOM THE METHODS OF AMASSING THAT WEALTH DO NOT INTEREST, AND WHO WILL NOT ACCEPT MONEY IF YOU OFFER IT TO HIM AT A CERTAIN PRICE. 315 'XB 815 -31: -En -Eu Xu Rb Eu AT FIRST YOU WILL BE INCLINED TO LAUGH AT THIS MAN, AND THINK THAT HE IS NOT SMART IN HIS IDEAS. I SUG- GEST THAT YOU WATCH HIM CLOSELY, FOR HE WILL PRESENTLY DEMONSTRATE TO YOU THAT MONEY DOMI- NATES EVERYBODY EXCEPT THE MAN NVHO DOES NOT WANT MONEY. YOU MAY MEET THE MAN ON YOUR FARM, IN YOUR VILLAGE, OR IN YOUR LEGISLATURE. BUT BE SURE THAT, WHENEVER OR WHEREVER YOU MEET HIM, AS SOON AS IT COMES TO A DIRECT ISSUE BETWEEN YOU, HIS LITTLE FINGER XVILL BE THICKER THAN YOUR LOINS. YOU WILL GO IN FEAR OF HIM, HE WILL NOT GO IN FEAR OF YOU. YOU VVILL DO WHAT HE WANTS, HE WILL NOT DO WHAT YOU NVANT. YOU WILL FIND THAT YOU HAVE NO WEAPON IN YOUR ARMOURY WITH WHICH YOU CAN ATTACK HIM, NO ARGUMENT WITH WHICH YOU CAN APPEAL TO HIM. YVHATEVER YOU GAIN IIE WILL GAIN MORE. 'Eb I WOULD LIKE YOU TO STUDY THAT MAN. I WOULD LIKE YOU BETTER TO BE THAT MAN, BECAUSE FROM THE LOWER POINT OF VIEVV IT DOESNVI' PAY TO ABE OBSESSED BY THE DESIRE OF WEALTH FOR WEALTH'S SAKE. IF MORE WEALTH IS NEC- ESSARY TO YOU, FOR PURPOSES NOT YOUR OWN, USE YOUR LEFT HAND TO ACQUIRE IT, BUT KEEP YOUR RIGHT FOR YOUR PROPER WORK IN LIFE. IF YOU EMPLOY BOTH ARMS IN THAT GAME, YOU WILL BE IN DANGER OF STOOPING, IN DANGER ALSO OF LOSING YOUR SOUL. Ee, Eu Eb R. C. DYER Sc COMPANY 'Prizztizzg ami Q'IdE'Bl'fi!IIlg 1900 No. St. Paul St. DALLAS '23 I l E--A YA-- VY Y Y Y Y X 1 5 1 1 ! 1 N 1 N N I . r 5 5 4 I N i 1 i 1 N ' x ' -. f X. .' 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D. - History and Spanish - English and Math - Sfierlfc and Math - - Physifs - - Hlath - Lihmrimz cREIig71vEtfD - - Lafirz SCOTT, BESS - - - Malh SMITH, MARY BELL - - P. T. SMITH, W. 0. - - - lllaih SNIDOW, FLEIVINIA - - English SYRON, C. L. - - - Chfmislry TARDY, W. T. - Spanish TAYLOR, AGNES - TAYLOR, FLORENCE - TERRY, EUGENIE - WALKER, E. D. - - WALKER, HALLIE D. WHITE, J. B. - - NVHITELEY, MYRTLE WILEY, BLANCHE - WILLIAMSON, GERMAINE - WILSON, JOHN A. - WIS-SON, MRS. J. A. WITHERSPOON, KATHLEEN - - WITMEYER. H. Y. - - - - - English - - - - Math Hislnry and Senior Counselor Hislvry and Alh. Ma11.agcr - - - - English - - - Biology - Hisiary - - D. A. - - - Freurh - History and fllh. Coach - Zlflarh CSubstitute for Mr. W. O. Smith - - - - English - I - - C0 111 in crcinl H If E . - . - !'iP??T.UEQ-5!L9P !Wil : I: 'III I " Y'Z"' Eqiqf' "YT -'kTi Page Eighteen Imam-:llI"I 5 N. QA ., gui xmvgm-www-W K.. W. -, rf ,'1- f' -2 jw N.. v.. :'lL' F "-- :Ya . -- 5. if WP lv P' ge 4 QI Q 1 E 'M 'f "L 25 ' America to Her School Boys MAJOR. D. K. LANSING What though the school house bell is stillg And brazen trumpets call them, now. My sons still gather on the hill- Square shouldered youngsters-clean of brow- With heads erect, and eyes that shine. There are no finer boys on earth- And they are mine-and they are minel These are the days my sons enlist To light again, the old campaigns. The class room battles still existg But clearer visions, wiser brains Have crossed the rifle and the pen, That they may make me prouder, yet, My boys, who soon will be my men. But thousands of this very breed Have teachers cursed with itching ears, Are barred by that self-centered creed That holds preparedness means tearsg And fail to win their high birthright. Give me my own, ye prophets, false- These boys are mine-they are my might. Give me the lads, red blooded, true, Who dig their trenches as a gameg Who dare to face the things they dog And without Hinching, take the blame, And face the music with a gring When punishment is their award, Then having paid, once more dig in. These are the days, the trumpets sound- Children of mine, my men to be, Back at your desks, may you be found Enrolled in my R. O. T. C. You are the proudest pride, l boast, ' And God has given you to me, To love the m0St--I0 love the most, My boys, my sons, to love the most. VJWIYZDPA' .1-nf Q- - ff E I fl O 4. U . xr 1 ,f I I 7: li ' . i 59 E Q...t,.,.saE l L-s ."1 i 9 ig -f , I is ef E.-i..1a-Kf-?.v?szvsc-vfs .5 ' 1' la: Wynn ' '-1951-Z0 em' 'fr lraej Page Twenty y, , J-H f ,S--1:8 fQ1'i39v-Y,-tjxf' QMQQQ S CLASSES N-,-.-.. 7069 ,lg UXFQ X ugly, F -- --Q Q' X Q9 W ME? Z' I7 5 Q JS In R. i SUSLQYN vs ., . . . A 43:5 1.2.3 5 i f'::'if E5-ji f.' .Ai','.'ff K. K J Q' 'm,' ,- 'Sify -x. L, If A. - if-Q1'3'!l v' - H A -1-.'1'r"-ff: . 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'fi l - 'Hin ' "'g 'A 1'D E'KV"V W' 7 'NTa. . - 01 'Page Twenty-une 16- 5' 3 9 5 12. Q 3 t '7 wg ' n '4 P, G 3 ee 5 if 3 1 .3 z l 4: . . . ur Sinus Major N the days of old, the Vikings lived fearlessly, fought boldly, and wandered eagerly 7, over the ocean in search of new and strange lands. These daring adventurers de- P9 termined to take as their guide the North Star, that tive pointed symbol in the r 4 heavens that forever lights the darkened paths. By its light they steered their ships 'Q and by its unfailing rays they reached the harbor, the realization of their dreams. 6' We, also, are sons and daughters of the North, we are guided by the star which is 5: the symbol of loyalty, that devotion that creates heaven on earth, ambition, that as- Q piration that urges us to the heights sublime, courage, that unfailing valor which guides our cherished hopes, determination, the sister of courage, and faith, that steady trustfulness which so fits one for noble deeds. Yea, these are the ideals which we strive to hold before others by the influence and inspiration of worthy lives. But think you that they who love nature will fix their eyes upon one object only? ln studying the tirmament, we see Sirius Major, the brightest star in the vast heavens, the star that fosters the smaller constellations, the star whose pale beams cnfold the other stars in its mystic light. We, of the class of June 525, have found the symbol of the flame of youthls ambition in its brilliant rays. Pure, sparkling light has ever betokened purity, honor, and truth, ideals which must be primary in the minds of those who strive to attain true greatness. Our great star, Sirius Major, symbolizes inspiration which has guided our students, encouraged our athletes, and beckoned the workers of the class to more earnest endeavor in reaching their goal. The path we are quitting we have kept crowded with students, athletes and best of all, friends, those for whom we Wish always to live nobly. There were among us those who occupied seats of Wisdom and those who defied the word from the spoken stage. Here and there we hope we have left our song implanted in the hearts of others, and always that white light shining above. Now since we, as a group, are leaving behind us the beaten trail to follow in- dividual paths, we are not afraid to continue in the path of our star, for "we dare to follow the star-blazed road" of purity, honor, and truth. From our midst, we will furnish the world with physicians to alleviate suffering, lawyers to uphold jus- tice, bankers to guide our nation's finance, parents and teachers to inspire and in- struct the future generation, musicians to give beauty to the world through divine melodies, poets to create realms sublime with their delicate artistry, and, surely, true friends to make the world better. So as we approach the cross-roads and sight the forked paths dead ahead, the oaths that lead to "we know not where," we sense powerful, indetinable emotions. Steadily following our Sirius hlajor, our light in the heavens, we can only "look up and laugh and love." We leave it all in the hands of Him who created us as we "dare follow the vision," L-4. Q ' D 'I r it 2 fi 'i ' 1 4 D La 6 QZ.L?E.ORh.QL9P WLii I YIU IRI? NiMH EIKW' 'ff'-E4 N72-491 Page Twenty-I-:c'o ,': 1. w S H2215 .+- , rezzeu-.fzaa KN - -Q- -Aswfxmnuawvq 'G ...wwf vera' .F ' 7 i .,,- ev- P zs .." S 2' c 14 1 G 1 fl KATHERINE ELIZABETH IIORSLEY Born Dallas. Texas. June 14, 1907. Sturlents' Council. To know lier is to lore her. ROSS STAGNER Born VVaco, Texas, June 19, 1909. Entered from Oak Cliff High. Honor Roll: Frost High School "Monthly Paper" Staff '21, High School Printer, S. P. Q. R. Y A conscientious worker and an alnlanac of in- tormation. JULIUS BERGFELD A Burn Dallas. Texas, June 20, 19117. Entered trom Bryan High. A second Satan! ROSA GAHAGAN THORNH ILL Born Lawton, Okla., June lS, 1906. Enterefl from Hockaday. French Club: Athletic Club: Pep Squad. If Rosa Carries out her intentions, we prophesy that she will be one of the best missionaries who ever taught heathens. ROBERT KING COKE Born Atlanta, Texas, November 1-l, 1905. En- tererl from Atlanta High. Capt., R. O. T. C.: Annual Stahf: Norther Statig Band: Orchestra. He should have been nanieal "King Cole," FOI' YOU UQVCI' SEXY Sllch Z1 llleffy Sfllll. MARY RUTH YIARMAN Born Dallas, Texas, August 14, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. Ruth sure gets a lot of thrills. ALMA FRANCES ABERNATHY Horn Bonham, Texas, July 13. 1907. Entered from Sherman High. Honor Roll, Girl Reserves: Pres. S. P. Q. R. Club. Always faithful in the performance of her cluty and always willing to lenrl a helping hantl. NVQ: wish there were more like Alma. HENRY RUMFELT Born Dallas, Texas. December ZS, 1907. En- tered from Bryan High. 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E ELIZABETH ANTOINETTE SAUNDERS Born Ossawatomie, Kan., April 14, 1908. En- tered from Oak CHE High. A charming' personality: and hasn't she a fas- cinating smile! CHARLES ARTHUR NVEBSTER Born Nacogdoches, Texas, April 3, 1908. En- tered from St. John's Military Acad. A boy whom anyone could be glad to call a friend. ANDREVV JACKSON CHESTER, IR. Born Jackson, Tenn., May 24, 1908. Entered from Bryan High. A great future is predicted for yon, wherever you may decide to cast your lot. 1.-.T 1 li gm I 43-D I 11 if L4 -e -and LEWIS ,TOE HOWELL Born Greenville, Texas. April 11, 1907. En- tered from Hockaday School. VVith winning ways surpassed by none! DONALD TURNER Born Chicago, Ill., January 13, 1906. Entered from Oak Cliff High. R. O. T. C., Pres. Forum Club, Amarillo High '22. Big of heart and bigger of-body-that's Donald. ROBERT FRANKLIN MEADOR Born Dallas, Texas, March 7, 1908. Entered from Bryan High. Band '21-'ZZ-'Z3g Corp. R. O. T. C. Chairman Ring Committee, Assistant Edi- tor Senior Publication. Robert served the class in many ways. GERTRUDE IRENE RUSSELL Born Dallas, Texas, July 16, 1908. Entered from Bryan High. Girl Reserves '21-'22, Palette and Pen, Honor Roll. Her friends are countless, for she shares their sorrows as Well as then' joys. LORRAINE COATS Born Coal Hill, Ark., Jan. S, 1905. Entered from Bryan. "Colne what may, she takes it well." l iagfig' Ezgzl -I 1 qi Q ig M n H 5 E1 I F 's 2 1 n.ff.LLv..'. 5, ' Page Twenty-four i 'I . 'ra .... - bf i 'Q I ' J-' g.3fGI29JY5.'i?115- Q . y 1 .f - , , J ij ,vvvvi ', Br r 1' ' ig p, 4 I 5 R u 1 ,f i . BETSY WRIGHT Born McKinney, Texas, July 25, 1900. Entered from Bryan High. She is entirely too bashful for anyone with such pretty dimples. RUTH EUGENIA TURNER Born Snyder, Texas, March 17, 1907. Entered from Forest High. Girl Reserves '21-'22-'25: E1 Circnla Espanol 'ZZ-'23g Delphian Literary Society. Whatever you do, you will do it thoroughly, we make no mistake there. CHARLES FOLEY 'WOODS Born Dallas, Texas. December 13, 1908. En- tered from Bryan High R. O. T. C., Honor Roll '21, Norther Staff '25, Here is "Charlie Boy." JENNIE LEE WORTHEN Born Pine Bluff. Ark., August 30, 1907. Eu- tered from Pine Blulf Central High. French Clu-ln '22, Commercial Club '23. A friend, indeedg and what more can he said of anyone! Jennie Lee herself! MAY SHOFNER Born Austin, Texas, July 7, 1907. Entered from Brackcnridge High. Girl Reserves, VVe are sorry to say FRANK Born Cleveland, Ohio, from Lakewood High. ther Staff, Hi-Y, Lt. good-by to you. FELHABER April 17, 1908. Entered Camp Dallas '23-Z-lg Nor- R. O. T. C. A jolly good fellow-witty enough to he Irish. lu H LOIS THOMAS Born Dallas, Texas, January 19, 1908. Entered from Bryan High. Honor Rollg Norther Staff '24-'25. .You will always number your friends by all A with whom you may come in contact. The best of trieuds and the truest of pals. NELL COCHRAN Born Dalas, Tex., Dec. 16, 1908. Entered from Bryan. Public Speaking Club. Bryan '2l. 7 3 IJ ? .- F 5 -Z 'Q Sf g-i3,w"17fF.l7Q!'5-5!l9DJY'fvf+?!7"F-'hlil B T I G W-VPVY-Z0 EYKW' 7?2ivT1's,7 Page Twenty-fire . 'Lvo . ba' 9 5 1 I lf i"i"O is RUBY BLANCHE NEXVSONI Born Itasca, Texas, Septemher 20. 1907. En- tered from Forest High. Rnlmy's olive complexion and raven locks make a lovely type indeed. ' GEORGE LOMBARD Born Kansas City, Mo., January 30, 1907. En- tered from Bryan High. Camp Dallas '21-'22, Asistaut Editor Norther '24, '251 "Les Aheilles Club. Leave it to George if you want it clone. JACK MOORE Born McKinney. Tex., July 2, 1907. Entered from Bryan. Norther Statf. A willing worker and a good fellow. FLORINE KITTS Born Dallas, Texas, April 19, 1903. Entered from Bryan High. Girl Reserves 'ZZQ Honor Roll: Norther Staff 'Z-1925: Spanish Club '25, Her poetical ability will surely win for her someday a place in the Hall of Fame. NACONA MYRTLE GINGLES Born Sherman, Texas. ,Tune 28, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. l'sn't the name "Nocona" fascinating? But then, so is the girl. HUDSON STUCK MIERS Born Dallas, Texas, January 29, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. Viking Stall. W'ith an easy going disposition which will take him smoothly along the Current of life. JACK SMITH Born Portagerrill. lilo.. Oct. 4, 1907. Los Sah- ios Philosuphian. Sgt. R. O. T. C., Perigon, Hi+ Y. A hay with a good past and a good future. IRENE MORELAND Born Atlanta. Ga.. July 15, 1906. Entered from Bryan, Girl Reserves '23, XYhat Next. Faithful, kind and lovable. 0-1- Pagr Y':c'vr1lv-tix fn? vacnvts J- !'grJ'QL.' 11.1, .11 l 1 9 W is 5, K ff E E 5 E il fi 'o 3 tl 75 X I Q2 Jfklv..-, vsfb 1 -1 I ix. li it 'li G' 5 ' K n 5 I 1, n ts , I N 4 J l VI 'lv E! lf Ll li 12 -Z , -Lv -: , ui 1 1 P 55 2 F . 'i'.b:Jf'E5llEII4'fFF:2,1 V - ig -2- .fair-WI'-d:I'3R"?!J'm E 0 fg- -:vga Q ' ' , ., .. Q l-- 4 gig ' ' ' .4 .is I - 5. - A r. 'I 'J 'u 5 fr' " fr P 1 5 I I -1 5 ANABEL ROBERTSON Born Blum. Texas, Noveinher ZS. 1908. En- tered frmn Bryan High, Orchestrag Art Dept. Viking. Analmel draws the Crowd whcn she Llraws her how. PHALA MARIE M AHANEY Born I"rerlerick, Okla., Aug. 16, 1906. Entcrcil from Bryan. Gregg: Circle. "It's nice to be natural VVhen you're naturally nice." CIIARLES SMITH Born Sherman. Texas, Ockwlier ll. 1007. Eu- tcrccl from Bryan High. Hi-Y '22-22.35 R. O. T. C.: 'I'-Square Club: Lgzunv Dallas '24, Successful in making friends. you are sure to accomplish whatever you may undertake. CLARA MAY SIMMONS Born Nashville. Tenn.. February 17. 1906. En- tcrerl from Vickery High. Don't he as seclusive. Clara, when you leave us as when you arc hercflct us hear from you. l GRACE MARIE MCNAIR Born Erlgcwoorl. Texaq. Nurcinber 17, 19117. Entcrccl from Erlgcwoofl High. Marie is about as noisy as xi sl1ml+,nu'. hut she is known hy many. as guUl'l12l.llll'Cll peuplc always are. LUCIUS FRENCH Benn Iilzlllas, Texas, July 24, 1907. Entcrerl fruin llryan High. R. O. T. C.: T-Square Cluh. A Serious-minrlcil person like Lucius cannot he a failure in life. LILLIAN LOCKE , Born Dallas, Texas. January 30, 1907. Entercrl lroni Bryan High. Yolley Ball Team '22-'23. This ,miss can't he surpassed in upholding a spirit ul optimism and "pcp." HELEN SEARS I Burn Plano.. Texas, June 14, 1908. Entcrel trmn Bryan High, It' may l-e rlifticult to make her acquaintance. but it 15 casy to lore her when yuu have Llone So. L.. .E 7 V 7 4 i V 1 , 'S of avail: ' I G li!-Z0 icva fvgrr-154 Nfiiid Page Twurzly-szwcn Y':l F i:g l 4 J'L"'o bg. E ff E ,J .U O xx I Nr 1 ! l H O 64 1 is i 4 MARY MAURINE MAUPIN MILDRED E. BRODNAX Born Rowlett. Texas, September 5, 1907. En- Born Ardmore, Oklahoma. Entered from Mc- tererl from Garland High. Alester High.. - . Her beautiful character makes us feel the world A Perfect llttle lad? Chf-1"11111g m every respect- should have more "Maurine Maupinsf' LENA MAE SMITH HELEN CLAIRE SIMMONS , Born Irving.. Texas, Inly ll, 1907. Entered Born Oct. 31, 1907. Entered from Highland f1'0mI1'V'11g High- Pflfk- Glfl Reserves 23- They say music hath charms. XVB know it has Helen-the original "Ponjola"! When 1401121 PIHFS- KIRBY FAIR DUFFIELD SMITH l Born Dallas, Texas, May 11, 1908. Entered Born Dallas, Texas, December 6, 1907. Entered f1'0m BURN High- from Bryan High. R. O. T. C.:C1'aCk C0lT1P1'111yS "Faint heart ne'er won fair lady." But a l'1CC'P1'CS- RHCIIO Club- "Fair" name might, someday. Radiant, genial, kind, loyal and true. ROSALIE VADEN JUANITA MUSGROVE Born january 3. 1907, Sulphur Springs, Texas. Born Petersburg, Indiana. September 4, 1904. Entered from. Forest Ave- Hlgh School. Girl Re- Enterecl from Bryan High, Girl Reserves. serves: El Circlo Espanolg Commercial Club. Juanita's brave! W'e know, 'cause she took A SWR' 3m'3CflVe,klUfl Of SYHCC, Physics, A full assurance given by brakes. S 3 ""' -, -1 J 1 L ' U ai --- P 5 7 1: ,- " - ,, . , . -r ' Q - -- ':f"- Eg I ef '. v2F.U,'?!'r!2-'9L9 r.v:J:Egl 'vi I: "YB In PK' 1- 1""l'f9'5 M7441 Page Twenty-sigh! N I . c :LJ-rerun-taxa. VX - -X, .esawsasaava-any i K W :::11.." N Z gn.- E .fu-:Y - 4 Y Q 4 '-' '-: i ' - -- 1 H -Sy . -as ' 25 - .QD s ' L V' 0' A J' 4' 1' 4 ' 5 1 ' f vl 1 O RUBYE NELLE Born Manor, Texas. June 4, 1907. Entered from Temple, Texas, High School. "Always smiling, always friendly." DOROTHY SPENCE Bo1'n Frankston, Texas, September 10, 1907. En- tered from Bryan High. Vllhen you meet Dorothy, you like lier instantly -she radiates frientllniess. ELEANOR SUE MOFFETT Born Dallas, Texas. June 9, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. Gregg Circle. XVe just naturally like you. Eleanor! VIRGIN IA ELIZABETH THOMPSON Born San Marcos. Texas, March 10, 1907. En- tered from Bryan High. Some people are naturally quiet-Yirginia isg her many line qualities make us glad to know her. I I I ELIZABETH LIVELY Born Dallas, Texas, May 5. 1907. Entered from Bryan High. Elizabeth's last name just suits her. ALTON BLAKELY Born Grand Saline, Texas., December 6, 1905. Entered from Bryan High. This is Alton-not Alex. STIRLING AMACKER Born Dallas. Texas, October 13, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. Minstrel 'Z-lg Sgt., R. O. T. C.g Glee Club. A boy with qualities indicative of the fact that he was rightly named. ROSALIE HASSELL Born Powell. Texas. September 21, 1908. En- tered from Edinburg High. Girl Reserves '22, '23g Literary Society '23g K. I. M. Cluhg What Next. A most beautiful girl with wonderful charms. - t.. E r ' It 3 9 1- - 1 Ft s - sf rv . . I - . y ,, .1 5-.swasgasziwsne-+f,:y -mi: 1: mm' 1-www new H- err.-mrs-an Page Twenty-nine P 57: '45, 5 ,,. 5' CL., Eminent- be "Bibi 2? l An- 're 1fcfz2AW..-f24te?5t'J1 - k :,?-4.,s-1:-J-,zwsxwaiing-Q 1 51 y. . ,L E ,Q ELIZABETH LOESENVITZ Born Dallas, Texas, August 7, 1907. Entered from Bryan. Vtlinner of Latin Tournament '2-lg Annual Statfi Northern Staff: S. P. Q. R. Club: Honor Rollg Reporter for Class. She's hound to be smart or she coulrln't spell her name. JAMES COWAN Born Fayetteville, Tenn. Silence is golden when accompanied hy a smile. CLAYTON CHAN DLER, j R. Born Dallas, Tex., Apr. 14, 1907. Entered from Bryan. Hi-Yg Lt. R. O. T. C. He believes in a good time and he gets it. GERTRUDE C. HUNTER Born Dallas, Texas, May 14, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. There are none like her, although there ought to be a million. HAROLD MANNER Born Dallas. Texas, April 16, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. He should have been named "Atfable" Manner, lor he has one which will carry him anywhere. DONALD SKILES Born Reharrlson, Texas, March 30. 1906. En- tered trun: Forest High. Hi4Y Club. He may be quiet and unobtrusive, but he gets there just the same. -- 1034131724 -..r VALMA MCDONALD RUTH YOUNG Born Terrell. Texas, March 8, 1905. Entered from Lewisville High. Girl Reserves. Born Dallas, Texas, November 4, 1906. En- A friend to he sought after, most lorinff. sin- tired Hom Blllan H15-'h cere. and true. She is known by her sweet modesty -, L... '1 "l , r M o' 14 e Q ' l I T4 ' 1 - L is :- L!.'f'v,'1'T2ilQ'?'!"'?QL-'9'PJF53'5!"fi'l I E 'IT I s ' V?-EDT? EtTK 1Y?J'z"l:'31'3?il Page Tbfrly i i5i vlczLn,W52a.,, -, 2 A - - z zssifbveiflfgawlfbihig .1 It " e - in -1' 5- W., ' A y. i ,Q .L 1 , . i b 1 5 r i : ll i Q 4- . N- f En' 1'-'J ,:uU9 -, ,-4.w: 1 HELEN MAR SIMMONS JOSEPHINE ABRAHAM A F Born Plainview, Texas. December 26, 1908. 130111 Fort Smith- A'fk-- Seljfelllbfr, ls- mo" Entered from Bryan High. Palette and Peng Elllelffl l"'-fm Bryan Hlgn- What We ", X 'CC' Girl Reservesg N. D. Swimming Team '23. PPES- Palette 2H1Cl P51 '33-i345 Vlkmg Staff 3-l'3'l5 The keenest of dancers and the jolliest of pals. N01'fhC1' Stall? SU1101' Play- XYhy the solemn look. Jo? One of the reasons North Dallas is known as a school of pretty girls. Is she popular? Well, DICK MCLARRY Weill Say she is!! I Borg Leonzgcl, Gexaswslag 31, g:907C Entered rom ak Ci . 1 ajor . . T. .3 amp Dal- l , '21, '22, '23, '24g ffl ' ' Nl ll '22, '24g FRANK MATTHEW JONES '22gCPresiclent tg'1?uiii:oiI?lassQ2?1? President ' l.'25g -'-l" fV'k' 'Z53 BOW Dallas- TeX35f FEl3l'U3fY 35- 1903- EH' iNor:ig?rStat?fSl24: Coihiiicaiiiiller Jieiwfiu C:aciligCom- fefffl f"0m BURN High- Adv- M811 Amlllal '25- panies: Nflinner of VVatch given by State Fair for A boy whom you can depend on to do and say NCHICSC C0mPH113'5 Stage MHUHESI' JUNE '35 SCTHOI' the right thing at the right time. P1254-lx I b 1 1 H ' I A h' IC ' 15 H OTH eat Cll. E 5 flS . DERYL CURRIN SAM VAN DYNE , B ' St. 1, lll ., A 9, 1907. E ' tl BOYU SUlPl'1'-ll' SDYIUES- TCXHS- lilly 6, 1907- EH' fronglsoldari Miiist1'elJg2lET 24 '25' Hi-Gtegg. teregl from Forest High., Philosophizm Literary '343 P,-esidem Hi.y 'QSC 1335313311 '23l'-245 Vice. Swett 221 Crack CO- 25: Camp ,Dallas '24s President Glee Club 'zsg Norther stan: Viking Capt- R- O- T' C-5 BOYS 5301111011 24- Staff: Senior Playg Sanger Contest '25. Daryl may sleep in Math Class, but he is wide .Sam's habitual smile and big heart have endeared awake when a dance is on. lllm IO all. FRANCES MARION KNOUSE Born New Orleans, La., Fb 25, 1908. HELEN ELIZABETH MMQUISTON Elrtereg figinl l31g'anlHigh. Liftlleuallllieater KBry- Bom Mexico City, s pt b 19, 1908. E f 1 all 4 1 jfs, Peafmg C1215 '211.H01?Of ROUC from Bryan High. Teinignlllsarrl '23-'2-lg Aliiiixifail gui hRf3fleE'f5k'ZIgf. Debate .245 Edltolum 'Chlef Staff '24-'25: Black Friar President. mt E" . RC. Um: Semof Play- . "Bib" is truly a lovable girl with irrepresible Smile Hpijles fiqril her pretty lips to her good Spirits which am-act both Sexes, iraitlliie eyes, ici aaility extends to unknown in H J l M Q 1 ? ,. 3 ' , 5 4 . if 4 ,- 521 bf I ' 'f ' A u ff V -v - . , ., ' !."17:mr?:1lE!"3Q!Q7NF r :fb-f Y "fi ll I: V IN 55 ,1 10 l5'K'9"" 'fY7"f1 N11 Page Tlziriy-one ' d'L"'v . bs' 1 2 4 -f l "' N'-' 4Yi'24f:5f4Q' -Q-'v.:',l:Ua 51?::,m1ezze1w.m:- , " . f'N .. 5 -,'5-ssw:a:1ff-aku-Jne4'i',1q f ei O ' . -1, -- a t I' 'G . f E . I H ? U I il l lf he Q REVA MURCHISAN BENNIE WATSON Born May 16, 1905, Milford, Texas. Entered from Oak Cliff. Perigon Club. One of the few with long hair. Born Teague, Texas, April 28, 1907. Volley Ball '24-'2S. She has been a true North Dallasite. CHARLES SAUNDERSON' JR' MODESTE ELIZABETH BREWTON Born Dallas, Texas, May 19. 1907. Entered from Bryan High School. Philosophian Literary Society, Crack Company, Lt. R. O. T. C. All of us like Charlie. Born Pensacola. Florida, August 8, 1905. En- tered from Pensacola High. President Palette and Peng Vice-President Gregg Circle. One of the very sweetest girls we know. VIRGIL L. POTTS, JR. BILL FRY Born March 14, 1908, Dallas. Entered from Brj,'r.n. R. O. T. C. He has the qualities of a gentleman. Born Gorman, Texas, October 9, 1906. En- tered from Bryan High. Minstrel '34, '25. Bill is popular with all-lie'll never lack friends. OLIVE BALDOCK Born Denison, Tevas, Decenilrer 24, 1908. En- AMANDA NIALLORX tered from Bryan High. Girl Reserves 'ZSQ Girl Scouts '24. XVe would like to know you better, Olive, be- cause we surely do like you. Born Bartlett, Oregon, April ZS, 1906. Entered from Ranger High, She is quiet, unassuming, a valued classmate. 3 Q I ix. U Page Tlzirly-two Exe 'I V 9 VJGVJQ' EL. if 4 A z 5- I I Q I- E 4 E 5 V1 f S sz E it E 5 Stat-. ., v I I at b-3. g5g 1ezu-1w.eea1:r2,'a s f'Xf A -Qz. fef.fs.'fafJmz'-5' 1 fi ' 5 " : 5 . ATHAMAE KUTTNER Born Decauter, Texas, August 19, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. VVith a character that makes no enemies, Ath- amae will long he in the memories of her friends. ELIZABETH WINKLER Born Seymour, Indiana, October 29, 1907. En- tered from Bryan School. Her sweet simplicity is admirable. ALLAN JOHNSTON Born Kansas City, Mo., November 23, 1906. Sgt. R. O. T. C.: Vice-President of Radio Club. A quiet boy with many irienfls. MARGARET LUCILLE COFFIN Born Cuero, Texas. April 25. 1906. Entered from Bryan High. Girl Reserves 'ZZQ Secretary Senior Classg Viking Statfg Norther Staff, Honor Roll: "Les Abeillesf' Margaret is studious and high in scholarship, but she is always ready for a "devilish" time. MARIE KILLINGSWORTH Born Alvarado, Texas. September 17, 1906. En- tered frmn Ennis High. May life hold many joys for you. DOROTHY BELL MAYER Born Dallas, Texas, March 7, 1907. Entered from Oak Cliff High. Honor Rollg Girl Reserves. Possessing a sense of humor, but always serious ln work. CATHRYNE SWINSKY Born Dallas. Texas, September 10, 1907. En- tered from Bryan High. Girl Reserves '21-'24g Honor Rollg S. P. Q. R. Club. Luck to you! For you are deserving of every- thing noble and worthy. MARGARET AVERY Born Blirrningham, Alabama, September 29, 1908. Entered trom Yolanfle High. Perigon Club. Sincere in all she does, with a cheerful word for everyone. ,vin ,pg ' A .ra- -- L... .I -1 . N u' 4 - A. l 7 A s f I d , I is pf !:l-...?-7722191-?!'25!Ll'i?lF .gy ' 1: I: vf-:sawn sfmrw' am.-raised . 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W , rl f' .4 'a f 3 ' 1 VIRGINIA RUTH IZENTON Born Van Alstyne, Texas, February 11, 1908. Entered from Bryan High. Her disposition is unsurpassed. EVELYN CONNER Born February 27, 1907, Blue Ridge, Texas. Entered from Bryan. Latin Club '24: Orchestra '22, '24, Honor Roll '22, '23, '24. Her music is indeed an inspiration. LAMONT HARRELL Born Hot Springs, Arkansas. February 2, 1905. Entered from Mineral VVe1ls High School. High School Printing Press. Lamont is a hard worker and a credit to the class. BETTY CATHERINE PARRISH Born Plano, Texas. October 2, 1908. Entered from Forest High. VVhen you leave, North Dallas will lose a good student, but will gain a worthy Alumna. ALMA VIRGINIA FELTNER Born Dallas, Texas. February 9. 1924. Entered from Bryan High. Girl Reserves '22. Alma sure likes the boys, but why not? MILLICENT HALDA Born Denver, Colo., January 1, 1907. Entered from Ursuline Academy. What Next '23, 245 "Fair things are slow to fade away." Conse- quently you'1l always be remembered. JOHN MILTON YARBOROUGH, JR. Born Columbus, Texas, October 22, 1907. En- tered from Columbus High. Hi-Yg Philosophian Literary Society. We wonder if he is a de:cendant of the great John Milton. Anyway. we feel he is worthy of the name. JULIA PRESCOTT Born Houston, Texas. June 18, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. Her genial disposition has made for her a host of friends. 3 Q E ic 'J f lqcjf-?'.'..' I Pm FJ I M if i A I F I P? rt 53-L -.'. L Page Thirty-five B-1. I iff-k5i5fC?.I24h ' w. 'Q ' - VI XNS ' - r d s 5 i . -X a fr' 'P Ss' G Q 3 12. Q r 1 . 1 .R 9 3 1 1 I J 2 I 11 5 I 1 I' ' I . l . I li l l I 6. ,J Q 1 I b 1 L. E MARY -IEANNETTE BATEMAN JEWEL ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Born Fort Gaines, Georgia, September 27, 1907. Born Montague, Teigas, November 30, 1905. Entered from Bryan High. Honor Rollg Girl Re- Entered from Bryan High. SUVCS 713223 S- P- Q- R- A "jewel" in North Dallas' crown of lovely Small in stature, but hardly surpassed in brains, Students. ' sound judgment, and strength of character. BAMA TAYLOR VIOLA OWEN5 Born Seago,-Texas, May 19, 1907. Entered Born Phoenix, Arizona. July 1, 1907. Entered from Bryan High' I from Bryan High. What Next Club. One -of the gHYBSf S1115 we CVCY SSW. .3114 OU1' 'Tis good to be merry and wise. only wish is that everyone could be as Jolly. FRANCIS DANIEL HENRY APPLETON BRETT Born Dallas, TEX-H51 Sfpifmbfl' 7- 1907. Foot- Born Cushing. Texas, A-vril S. 1906. Entered gall 1325, fl-23, 5?-5, 7C21DffliH 1334: Pbasketball '24: from Bryan High. Minstrel '24, 'ZSQ R. O. T. C. asc a ,""' y ' 34' ,255 nys' Ouncil' H r' f'Il alvays be k o '1 by his keen se. A good athlete and 3 good fellow' of l'l?l?I'l2l',u1IlEVC1'x wit, andnldiiig neck. Ylse LUCIU-E HAYNE5 ALICE MARGARET VORDERKUNZ B C l . L., M 28, 1907. E 'cl frggrijlgryafgvvi-Iii'-hl are,miSyTemn 122323. 125336 t Bgrn Dallgas, Teglcasi-I September 6, 1907. En- an eng at Next. CVC mm TYHY1 lg - SUDDOSE' SVCYYOHC WHS HS happy 215 Lucille- Margaret picks out the big things in life-she what a pleasant world this would be! does not let the triiies worry her. l l, i ' 'I I 1 It 4' I 'J v v "5 1 I Q1 1 ' , 1 I 5 .4 'FJ -, .- . - - A . - -- -2' L. ,, . aUFEfi9F Ql5 EIHUVI I l ' IEIPQ4- 3 S9DEK'i 4,- A .-?TJ.'S" Mfg'-iv! 51'-1-If-1 Pirgf Thfrly-ri.r '4'i1fG-rv1F:2a1f"271 -'?f.,-A-Jas-v,'a1m'e-2 -1- :vvylfg P l l 5 I s I C lf I l l 5 .I 'I 4 il -5 . -swliiil - DOLLYE SIMMONS MARY KATHERINE REYNOLDS Born Goodnight, Texas, February 23, 1907. En- tered from Bryan High. Honor Roll, Norther Staff: Viking Staff '25: Delphian Literary Club: Black Friars: Girl Reserves '2-lg President What Next '25, One of North Dallas' best examples of an all- round girl. Born Carrollton, Texas, October 13, 1906. En- tered from Hebrom High School. Kindhearted and always friendly. DEVOE WILSON Born Farmer, Texas, ,Tune 27, 1903. Entered from Oak Cliff High. Devoe is a boy who is always a gentleman. ROBIN TEAGARDEN Born Geenville. Texas. August 30, 1906. Phllo- sophian Literary Society. WILSON VVATKINS Robin has the proper spirit. Born February 3, 1904, Russellville. Alabama. R. O. T. C. I Wfilson is very friendly, but he stands for what 'S fight- Born New York City, February 15, 1907. IONA HELEN MOORE HILDA LEVY A blonde beauty with a winning smile. Born Dallas, Texas, June 14, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. Girl Reserves. ALEX BLAKELY She has enough gold in her hair to make her I - . Born Grand Saline, Texas, December 5, 1905. a millionaire. Entered from Bryan. This is not Alton-it's Alex! - u- "1 T 9 Q Y U f h f 4 1 C I s f 4 y is of i.!'?2-r.1U.i'!"?i?l9 P !Qii I : 1371 K-fl I Page Thirfy-xrz' 'r I I 1 . '44 " ' 'da 1 " ' ' 1.1 42 'if-JE?i'5f1.!ZI',!'aNi'a L 1'!'?2 X , 'sziss-ws-1s,e:f+xfaa'm2'- ii, ri A .j Y, '. l - , I V, ' sl i' G B . ll l l I FANNIE MAE JACKSON Born Carrollton, Texas, February 6, 1906. En- terecl from Bryan High. North Dallas will miss the class of '25 in general and Fannie Mae in particular. L. K. AUTRY Born Houston, Texas, June 20. 1905. Entered from Bryan High. T'Square Club. He is a good sport, always happy and seem- ingly carefree. GRACE RAE PALMER Born Galresion, Texas, December 12, 1906. Enlered from Bryan High. Pretty and dainty are the two worcls which per- fcctly characterize Grace. MELVIN SAMUELS Born Dallas, Texas, November 7, 1907. Or- chestra. VVe are very sorry Melvin didn't graduate with our class. He was transferred to Forest. VELMA MAE VISE Born Godly City, 1906. A real girl with lovely manners. CHARLES LEYVIS JOHNSTON Born lVEHll'lE1'.lO1'Cl, Texas, November 9, 190-1. Entered from Bryan. VVozencraft Watch '24, Camp Dallas '22, '23, '24, Efficiency Medal '24g C. M. T. C., '23, '24, Naval Cruise '23-'24, Hi-Y. A military man. GRACE TURNER Born Chicago, lll., January 13, 1906. En'ereCl from Oak Cliff High. Norther Staff. NYe are deeply appreciative of Grace's art work. LOUIS MATTHEWS Born Dallas. Texas, August 7, 1907, Entered from Bryan. Orchestra and Band. A real musician. vs - I x. l . Pagr Thirly-cighf l i -- 1-P vrazriirg' X- - g':-1:0 L.. lgclffllf IL. fl P F 1 M il ii l K Q l rl lifts-. 'I f 9 I xezum-,L-24... A KAN - Ig. .sswsyimeranux-1-1 ' .ff q -, 4 ia' 1 - r' ti 'S . Zffl -H-. . we 5 7 11, Q E G L5 I 5 'l 2 l l ' SAM TEASLEY MARY ALICE THOMPSON Born Dallas. April 16, 1907. Born Eort NVorth, Texas. September LZ-1, 1907. A depemlnble boy. Eixlerefl trom Houston Heights High. Perxgon Her beautiful eyes speak a world of things in ALLIE MAE M KINLEY lhemsellies' . c 1 ALLEN MIERS YOUNG I Burn Temple. Texas, July 9, 1908. Entered Hum Temple High- What Next Cl'-ll" Born Dallas, Texas. September 25, 1908. Foot- One keen girl! Vl'ith eyes that say what she ball '243 B3SliC'flTIlll '24s Baseball '-25. falls to. One of our all round athletes. JEWEL WELSH BETTY COLLINS Born Henderson, Texas, March 10, 1903. Born in XYynnew00r.l. Ol-ala.. July 1, 1906. En- HA is -it a 1 I IH tered from Irving High. Girl Reserves. L qw nc lelxmaje' Although nut long with us in presence, she will he long in memory. LULA MAE WITT HOWARD MCCAMEY Brljgan June 5, 1907, Plano, Texas. Entered from , Born Dallas' Texas April 11' 1906. Entered ' '- . - I lrom Bryan. A fflflld of Lula Mae's is a lriend forever Howard is popular among his classmates, - L.. 'G '1 . f c l ' J V 1 --1 l 4 1 1 f I 4 . , ' E ef Ei-3.'T17E.OQQ!'f5!Lf9 V1-Fi ll I2 I I 1 I ':9:'3Y-YG f:gK' 773vVTI'!7i'I:'Q Page Thirly-nine 5 TA' I 'vc-:martyr 4? 'I' 'G .Jkt 'Y 5 t - ' L Au--e --.iq- if , if 8 E M . I 5 I 55 ll ..-,...gg.rQ'1 -iQ P '51 If ' l ' I 5 1 E , L. DOROTHY MCFARLAND ELWOOD RAY froiijrgoggtcilgighvlssii May 23, 1901. Enfered T-Born Tilerf Texas,R.Tug 9:r19g6. CEntereSS'o1n If out in the world you find as many friends laws SC QU' .' ' amp 3 HS, as you found in North Dallas, you will be rich, R136 Team, Boys Literary ociety. indeed, 1 A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance. MAULDIN ALLEN Bori Memphis, Tennessee, August 31, 1907. 4 f V Entered from Houston Grade Ygchool. Captafin LELAND STANFORD FHROCKNIORTON 53-24QTgcgefarglzfgkcEgulnilfgiiy '3' Camp Dalas Born Dallas, Texas, February 26, 1904. En- He is coneerned about his own affairs rather :xg BBYQSF Hrfgih-Bus Mgr Northern Foot- 'hau the Haus of Ofhef people' ball '22-'24, 'Baseball "zz: sgr. at A1-ms 'senior Class '25. JASPER COLLINS . A perfect marcel in red hair! No need to tell Born Carthage, Texas, November 25, 1907. you Leland is a deadly dart for a girlie's heart. Entered from Bryan High. Captain R. O. T. C.: Camp Dallas '22: Philosophian Literary Societyg Crack Company 'Z4. That "fair" type of boy-in more ways than one. WILLIANI CRAIG HUGH JONES Born Dallas, Texas, February 10, 1908. En- Boru Adyse City, Texas, September 24, 1906. tered from Mdam School' Football '24g Baseball: Track. VVherever you go you can always reijnember that f He has a "barrel" of sense and is a. barrel of you can depend on VVillia1n's friendship and will- un. A ing help. l i ' 'I l r M 3 1 J . - I 5 ' Q: ,Q E gl , . , -r - p 1 r -s v'Y5Q:y li,"-:fi 'RQ-l9 ' Y IZ I-KING , a ff EK' 'TWV 'G - I Page Forty 2, - ,, ,wmv i "L-I es- ' igljiirezuasfzaaaf, T KN H , .S,,.gw:-geneva-Jimgg -- s 5 1 .v..:v:,v i 1 CLAUD NORTHRUP, JR. GLADYS MILLER Born San Antonio, Texas, January 31, 1907. Born -Carlton, Texas, March 3, 1906. Entered T-Square Club. from Hlco High. Girl Reserves: Curtain Llub Claud takes whatever comes and masters the "'2'23' ,, . .- - Happy did we meet: bmmuon' Happy have we been. BURT WINFRED JOHNSON, JR. E1Eigpli,a5ii5Hxnevvi iizglaEi11." Born Dallas, Texas, September 17, 1906. En- tered from Bryan High. Sergeant, R. O. T. C. ARTHUR HQWARD A radio fan and expert! Born Valley Mills, Texas, April 4, 1906. En- tered from Bryan. Football '22-'23-'24, Track CLARA MARGET FERRI5 '24, '2S. Sergeant-at-Arms Hi-Yg Boys' Council. VVhy are heroes so quiet wh 1 th g ' F Born Van alstyne, Texas, January 13, 1907. You tell LIS. "Schooley": yctiix oiighzimiolslgiiggv. Entered lrom Bryan High. Girl Reserves. The twinkle in h r eye attracts 'o t h a d her sweet nature niaickes you want hzrufoiiia 6ilrie1ii.l. PAUL LINDSEY Born Bonham, Texas, May 2, 1909. E t d irom CBryar1 T-5i3gh.PhDistrilet Winner of SDe5aii1i- DORTHY ELIZABETH GUNN ion on es 5 iosop ian iterary OCICKY. A declaimer of renown is our youthful prodigy, Born Dallas, Texas, September 6, 1907. En- Paul, and a student North Dallas will always be tered from Brya11 High. Norther Staff '24-'25, proud to claim. A Winner in "Home Lighting" Contest '24. Sl1e's little but sl1e's wise, G. D. ELDRIDGE She's a knockout for her size. B W F orn aco, ' exas, March 4, 1906. Ent r l grloxriv Waco Hig.l1 Pgiilosophian Literary Socigt? ELMER W. AWALT 1- - 92, Minstrel -Zi R. O. T. C. 21-22-23. His literary talents are ,well known. We expect Born Chillicothe, Texas, september 19, 1906. to See IHS name H1 'Whos Who" some day. Entered from Bryan High. Secretary Freshman Cgltass: President Perigon Club '24, Annual Staff NELLIE MXUD M BROON '- -'..5. 1 ac I A ' f l . lebu ar Apollo' Born Schenectady. N. Y., May 13, 1908. En- tered from Bryan High. Perigon Club '23-'24, Honor Roll. TOLITHA ELIZABETH REIMER fI'lTerlbrai11 is all out of proportion to the rest Born Monroe, La., September 6, 1905. Entered 0 er Ody' from Bryan High, .Norther Staff, Girl Reserves. ROBERT VV- NOLAN Sweetness personifted. Well always remember you' hhzabeth' Born Dallas. Texas. November 7, 1907. En- tered from Bryan High. Sargeant, R. O, T. C. Q A red-headed lad liked by all. MAE FRANCES ZIHLMAN Born Fort VVorth, Texas, May 24, 1906. En- LAAWRENCE DUNLAP tered from Forest High School. "What Next" Club. r Bor11 I-Dallkas. Texas, May 1, 1907. Entered from yv h' V f , . 'orest lg . e Suggest t is type as a cure or sore eyes . Vtfe hope Lawrence takes as great an interest in life as he does in running. RAY CARTER DUDLEY CORNELIUS BREWTON Born Shan1rock, Texas, September 27, 1906. Entered from Bryan High. R. O. T. C.: Foot- Born Pensacola, Florida, July 18, 1904. En- ball. tered from Pensocola High. hu The girls all like him, but that's the least of Dlmc wish Pensacola had sent ns more like IS YVOfl"leS, Ui Sy. , 1' H-1. - - 'l ' V lx! 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Your .rplefzzlor--hung there iii the :hy- VVill it dim, grow olrl, and die? M un? you, fair Jtar, releaxe your claim To life, heauty, thy radiant flame? Mztxt you, ax I, part on and ou? Watohiilg you fade in the light of dawn- I declare to you what the faire men my: "The old depart: that the neu' may stay." -IRENE FLAKE. q ' u x. I . Q2 -1 if fa U vi . , - 9EE-ECW? .1 ' TH: VIKING :QE-m'H' 'QEJ-fur"-ir: Page Forty-two 'J-' ' 1? i i3iIdzvA5gL1..x-, 3 K , .S,,i-.Ag-,H-aJr1f,Q,1f,2rg.331w, ' - . W l r! 6' 'I af 5 anuary '26 Class Off President - l'icS-Prfsfdenl - Serrelary and Trcasur r Sergfarzl at .f1f'17z.v - fllolto: Non est vivcre sed valcre vita. Slogan: Seize the opportunity. icers Juv! Hmuw Joi-IN Moons FRANUS HOLLIES juvlmua HUDSON A J... fvaugf: l COIVINIITTEES Social Fizzarzrial Ouida Duclluy Francis Coffin -b Willie jc-well Hill Mabel Fowler L-H E Edna Louise Anderson Maurinc Brown 1 ll 34 V . r- l - if M ij .Q '?1?T.UQQ'Ql9P ! 'Fill E VUKIN ' Y3'P EK' 'V' 'iYIJ'T"kT"':'5!'J Page Furry-three MM! U 1 -Z , W 4 jgwamjjz ip 4 - -M- Um gy M 'ab . ' My j ay? W 3 N XM LQ iw 5 4 U ' Jfwbgiy L Sgaif , X Q yy 5 X .ff,.w-Af! 1 , n LMMMM my M W P X -. ' X ' f fag fiifyfn 7 f ii- My ,X y K' Uk SH S 746'-df ,gg, ,,: JW gg 6 ,P i if 'bil 'i 1g2?'f'A'f56 Q ' 'X . vb v , 4920 ,t dx, ,ff . b 'UI H Q f - f K, XX 'C N H ,s ,I4V,V,, X' E9 6-v g'T-0,9 X ' fWL '33 I ggysys-au.1zzos.-nacf, as f N r - Ig:-,. as-.afgvsa-mis- It f , 25 a r if 2' Q ' 6 if vi 4 : Q R 2 9 V 5 3 Q 1 " Z 1 ' N S The seniors of June '25 stand on the brink of a long voyage across "life's un- 1 :V resting sea." For four years they have toiled to earn the right to embark on this voyage. Looking back over those four years, we find that each year they have ex- H panded much as a chambered nautilus does. They have made each successive year better and nobler than the one preceding it. Their outlook on life has broadened. rg Now they have outgrown their shells, but, fortunately for them, instead of dying S as a chambered nautilus does on leaving its shell, they are about to go on this long ,' and most interesting voyage, and on receiving their diplomas they will, one might 'I say, leave their shells and face the world with unwavering courage. Seniors, we 0' hope that in embarking on this journey you will not be lost to us and that the Sea fi of Life, though often merciless, will bring you to success. S The students who succeed these seniors in leadership are we of the class of January !26. This class will be the first to have the distinction of completing the entire four years in North Dallas, You may be sure it has been a privilege to enter North Dallas in its iirst year as its hrst freshmen and to watch it through four years of extraordinary growth and progress, and, incidentally, to notice our own develop- ment. We believe that we are capable of becoming the leaders in the various school activities. We have closely followed our predecessors, the seniors of June lzg, having immediately occupied the chambers they vacated. WVe feel that we have aided notably in making North Dallas a school winning honor in various contests and in scholarship. ln football, this class is represented this year by two of the best players on the team. There are worthy essayists in our class, one of these has won state prizes. We are justly proud to have contributed, during this last year, our share of honor students, and, indeed, the one student who leads the entire student body in scholarship. ln the coming year we hope to conduct ourselves in such a manner as to merit no criticism that might in any way do injury to North Dallas. We will also en- deavor to live up to the ideals which the tive points of the Northern Star symbolize. This symbolic star will be in our custody and it is our desire really to follow the inspiration lent by our star. By January we hope to have grown as deserving and as strong as the present seniors, in order that every one may say that North Dallas has profited by our leadership, we wish also to be able to regard the future with their bright hope and expectancy. And may each of us say then with Holmes, as our predecessors now are saying: "Build thee more stately mansions, O my soul, As the swift seasons rolll Leave thy low-vaulted past! Let each new temple, nobler than the last, Shut thee from heaven with a dome more vast, Till thou at length art free, -U Leaving thine outgrown shell by life's unresting sea." H-I q s n Q if ? --Katherine Louise McNeil. .lvasfwj GLY Y 4 . ' 4 'fs L1'..1-7ff?.vPvSzewsJSf13!"v'i il : I-: gun ' G 1-1efnxLZ0 IQIKW- fetafsilraibi Page Forty-four "5 24- I. " I il A 1 'I I l 'i: 1dIl4'PE'Z9F- - ' ' ,i k zzemofze.-:swan-. i fi ' W -1 1 T 1 " rf 4' e 1' - I 6 i ' FLORENCE SMITH Born October 6, 1906, Dallas, Texas. Entered from Houston School. "Loved by all who knew her." JUANIVA WINTON Born Paducha, Texas, April 27, 1908. Entered from Bryan High. Pianist for Minstrel '23, '24 '25. W'ith her wonderful talent for music, we know she will be a success. She has been a great help in the minstrels. VIOLA SHULTZ Born Dallas, Texas, May 16, 1906. Entered from Bryan High, Los Cantatos. VVe really did not know how much we liked her until she was absent from school because of illness. KIMBALL GEBHART Born Hot Springs, Arkansas. August 1, 1905. Entered from Bryan High School. "Quiet and reserved-yet still water runs deep." ROBERTA BELLE CGFFIN Born Brownwood, Texas. April 24. 1908. Pallette and Pen Club Sec.: Pres. S. P. Q. R. Clubg Latin Tournament. Genuises are rare-so are girls like Rhoberta, she must have been created out of pure intelligence. RUTH MAE MANSFIELD Born Dallas, Texas, April 21, 1908. Entered from San Jacinto. She put her crown in her heart, not on her head. MARGARET FRANKLIN Born Dec. 7. 1907, North Carolina. Entered from Fannin Grade School. The most beautiful object in the world, it will be allowed, is a woman. MARY HELEN WHITEHURST Born Dallas, Texas, June 30, 1908. Entered from Sam Houston School. Latin Club: Linz Award. "A genius in more lines than one." -an. w ljl U -'-' -Viiglfz T ' '3-1:0 -. ---.v L.- 'I ti f - 1 l A i 7 Y 4 , I L. EJ o 5 i?u72?.UQQ!'?S!Lh?L9J5iElT-9F17-5 1: E 'IVR IN "?'i?"' !'?K" iVfJ.Q'S!'NTi':35l Page Forty-five 'js 44 " 55" 'Lia ...- F' A I if 1 -1 l gxezzos.-raferzgq x . 'rs'-?-.es-srn'.-nwvgmz-1 C fi WW '. 5 1 5 l I JEANNE AYMOND Born VVarren, Arkansas. january 26, 1910. En- terexl from Wiinnfielcl High. Vlfiunfield, La. Talk is her business and greatest delight. H ODESSA WALTERS Born Dallas. Texas, September 2, 1909. E114 tered from Travis School. S. P. Q. R. "VVho is it that can read a woman?" NELLIE ORR Born Dallas. Texas. March 31, 1908. Entered from Sam Houston School. "VVhat Next" Club, Linz Medal. 1 She never troubles truoble, till 'trouble troubles ICT. ELTON L. MCCUNE Born Magnolia, Arkansas, January 17. 1909. Entered from Sam Houston School. Lt. R. O. T. C.: C. M. T. Camp: Crack Company, RiHe Team 3 Spanish Club. Elton is quiet hut clever and always has an amusing answer ready for his tormentors. KATHRYN LOUISE MCNEIL Born lVichita Falls. Texas, August 25, 1908. Entered from Fannin School. Linz Medal. "Knowledge is power." JOYCE CATE Born April 3, 1908, Chaltro, Tennessee. En- tered from Oak Cliff High School. Cheerfulness and content are the great beauti- fiers, and are famous preservers of youthful looks. MABEL DANIELS Born Hanley, Texas. July 14, 1908. Entered from Milam School. t'Cercle d'Anatole France"g Secretary "Les Abeillesug Honor Roll. So modest half her worth is not known. FRANCIS COFFIN Born Brownwood, Texas, April 24, 1908. En- tered from Fannin Grade School. Second Team Football: Scholarship Club. Francis is a good student as well as a true friend. Q. Af fvcnlfiyr --J-nv I Q r F Q f 4 g g i ' I V I L1-':f:1094"S!LwPJFfS"w!a-:'i il : 11111 m QE9Ki9,2'r?Q Us-al iw.. Page Fo rry-six P' ' s -d-L., , es" 1 Havre'-r1"N:1'.21rI1'2E.vz , fx -::5s:.1.ti:-'SI-0E.r"?.eRi'Q-ERIE - , rw -Q 5 BARBARA FRICK Born Dallas. Texas, September 14, 1907. Entered from Fannin School. Her ways are ways of pleasantness. DOROTHY THOMAS Born March 21, 1907, Dallas, Texas. Entered from Fannin Grade School. She overcomes all difficulties by constant perse- verance. ETHIE MARY SMITH Born Texarkana, Texas, November, 1908. En- tered from Milam School. Honor Roll: Girl Re- serves. Her wants are few, but her wishes are all con- fined. FRANCIS HOLMES Born Houston, Texas, March 17, 1908. Entered from Rusk School. Philosophian Literary Soci- ety ,222 Secretary-Treasurer IVB Class, Linz Award '23-'24, Crack Company. A boy who really is what he appears to be- a gentleman. LELA MAE SHIELDS Born Abilene, Texas, August 10, 1908. En- tered from Reagan School. Girl Reserves. Always friendly, always smiling. WILLIE LUCILLE WARNER Born Dallas, Texas, January 25, 1908. Entered from Milam School. Her heart is as true as steel. EDNA LOUISE ANDERSON Born Dallas, Texas, January 26, 1908. En- tered from Milam School. Pallette and Pen Clubg Treasurer "VVhat Next" Club: Girls' Glee Club. She can smile, she can blush, and at either oc- cupation she is charming. JAMES HUDSON Born Newberry, South Carolina, August 21, 1907. Entered from Fannin School. Hi-Y Club, Boys' Councilg Football 'Z-H Philosophian Liter- ary Society. We surely do like Jimmie! Maybe it's 'cause of his friendly manner and contagious laughter. ar, fi 'J- I 5 . l ag. ug., I r F' J , , , F: -1 2 swirl: 1: xmnn 1-er-zo HIKW' 1P+rftr'fr6J Page Forty-:even -, , ' . KN - 5 5 .51-,1f1sa+wa uso-1 -L .. V255 ll a ' 4 5' 1 fl, a F' E ' i 'fl Qi rl 'Z 1 f' if 1 z Q 2 4 1 5 1 .f H H LURLINE DOHONEY DORIS DOERR tEl2g1"g,,Ofgjag3l3gm'fexgfmggfgiljf 1903- Eu' Born Dallas. Texas. ,Tune ZS, 1908. Entered A heart lm bin, and 2 hand to 'bless from Fannin School. Pallette and Pen Club. ' ' ' "Neither do I work nor study." MARTIAL DAVOUST H I Bm'n.Denrer. Colorado, May 15, 1907. Entered C ARLES STUBBS gg-'TIFi':51'i'lnClI3lighLif3Oglivaigaltle- Vvash' Mem' . Born Dallas,' Texas, May 14, 1909. Entered "The boy worth while is thexboy who can smile hum Finest High' Wherl everything goes wrong.-1 An extremely reserved young fellow. MABEL FOWLER MYLA BOHMERT Born Hamilton. Texas, November 24, 1909. En- , , . . . teretl from Fannin School. Girl Reservesg Girl t F?"g.N0'r1gmb1ffG7g5903-hchicagfj Ugnolf' En' Chomsg HOHOI, Ron: Linz Pinl exec iom us ia e c oo. os an atos. Mabel is one of the few gi,-15 who haveift sue- She is intlued with an intellectual sense and soul. cumbed to the rage of bobbetl hair. Her hair is certainly a crowning glory. DICK ATKINSON WILLIAM STAFFORD GREER hliorxzl ian Agtonio. 'gefasi N4?'ert1liJe11l3, 1908. B A ' 1 -. . H 'ntere rom annin cloo. oot- a '23-'24g Emglgl lgzilxgllgifaiiiggegflz-52? US' 1907' Glee Club: Philosophian Literary Society. ln him is cmhotlietl the greatness of real good' Dick is little but mighty, and those who know ness, and the goodness of real greatness. him like his clean, straight-forwartl ways. Q. L-5 ' ."l s' ' ls. gl 7 . Y - 4 s '4 L. ' ' , 6 Qi - - v . - v - . - ,., 5- Qs.- ..1iT.U,'?!'?s!G'I1!5 r .vs+-+ F225 l lfjqflfl s "'S s5 L"9 EK' 91" "Y' kT"i Page Forly-sigh: F , Hx , I '43, 5 U , 4 aww- by 1 2 if 1 E ff' 1ez1A,g:a" , 'J x - , 'f '1 ' . 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E CATHERINE BROWN HOLLY DOROTHY FLOYD Born Merthens, Texas, December 17, 1907. En- Bornx Dallas, Texas. April 14, 1907. -Entered tered from Travis School. from Daunm bchool. Perigong Commercial Club. A tender heart, a will inflexible' h lhe longer you know her the better you like CIA. JOHN MOORE ' ' ' ENE CAMPBELL WELDON ELG f Bong Dalgs, Texa? hllaiy .ZS,d1'iQ8. Entergl . . . 1 1 0 I rom am ouston c oo. n ieutenant . rziiiilii ii-Llivlisliiociliffiif'Tgffimber 5' 9 7 gl. T. C.. C1-ack Company? vice-President IVB . HSS. Sllem though Powerful' "For his heart is ever like the sea, Ever open, brave and free!" DQRIS BURNS OUIDA DUDNEY I Born Tyler, -Texas, June 12, 1907. Entered B 1, Godley Texas Tuly 11 1908 Entered gina Bryan High' Los Cantatosl Commercial fron1Oll3ryan Hyigh. Commercial Club. U ' , , Ouirla's happy smile and willingness to help UWRYS Cheerful H1141 Wlulllg to help Others- others win her friends wherever she goes. LISTON SLACK CHARLES MALLOY , B ' Fr 's. T :asg Ma 20, 1907. Entered H0111 kenuette' MO" November 1421908 En' f1'on'?Hl?ansi1? Schggl. Philrlisophian Literary S0- terecl from Cumberland School. Spanish Club. Clem.. ' Ah, gee! Go away and let me sleep." Our successful young minister. i Q 1 I s. I . I-1 I -1 if V S 'U-'12-'-7E.O?!"2s!L4'N9 'Z-1+ 1,921 il XLUKING '?Y'Z'1 E'K'V'V:' 'LEJ'UkT2?5!'1 1 Y 94 if L. HJ ., . , .1 1 .......v 1- .- . - ---fa 1 Page Fifty Fgivzoailezvl .L - . h .- 1 sa.. , -C 4 - QF .. - 1 f :JL K 5 ' ll 0 a rvrtvv' N E 6 5 ' - , 4 4' ' 1 17 'Q 6 2 li A If H ' I l ' H +I . FRANCES MILSTEAD THOMAS GUTHRIE Born NVaco, Texas, April 16, 1909. Entered llorn Dallas. Texas, August 1, 1907. Entered from Sain Houston School. Secretary of S. P. from Yickery Place. Business Boys Club of Dal- Q. R.: Linz Award. las: XYinner of Honor Emblem of the Y. M. C. A. "VVise to resolve and patient to perform." Cillllfl last summer. You look wise-pray correct the error. EMILY MEARS EL ' A E 'H J Born Kansas City, Mo., September 29, 1908. IL B '1 SANFORI Entered from Vickery Place School. Girl Reserves. Bom Laredo, Texas' March 13' 1908. Al'b1d' 't'. t l clt"l. .. . ma e lsposlmn na Ura an lmu There isnt a better natured student in the school. LELA KATE GRIFFITH IVAN IRWIN Born Robert Lee, Texas, July 5. 1907. En- tered fron- Bryan Hi, Commercial Club. , , - ,- , H , A , .She has -that grace so ral-C in every dime, Entered trom X :clamp Place. Band, Orchestra, Xirtues like these make human nature shine." Born Denver. Colorado, November 5, 1909. Honor Roll. A man who will talx but never listen. 1 R ER ' OB T NOLAN BONNIE JEAN TROUT Born November 7, 1907. Entered from Bryan Hi. Football, Zncl team. "Meditative, mighty and manly." Bo.mie Jean is really a lovely girl. Born Fort VVorth. Texas, September 26, 1907. - L.. 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President Jan '26 Class: Hi-Y Clubg President IIB Class, Pallette Born Dallas. Texas. September 5, 1907. En- and Pen Club. tererl from Fannin School. Earnest in work and true in frienclship. She has a heart with room for every joy, BELLS OF DESTINY Vik lift for the ring, .uni fha pea! of fha be!! lfbifb bidi 111 go and Jmyg 111 a nook of the ccorfd ccifh our cvork about To july: our fi':'e.f army-- VVe fmif aim' 'ice 471141111 of our fixture giffx lu Me Mzzgffouz of fleflizziey' f41fEJ', .-l 1111! ice hope um! :ve fray ax the yftlllf go by Om' deflizzief swift mme loo fare VVMIE we .ffzllllf 011 the brink in .z .fflllyillg mood, Accaifizzg Me long flu! ruff, lfhifh Hoff our Me 11.1.-'f rcifb iz forgeffn! Muni, 1-lm! feflf zu om' 1!f.ffi11ie.f+l1ff. L-. " "l Q -MLlRlEI. STRICKLAND. f L . L4 1 Q ,, 3 I Q 4 'f Q 5 nj I-' 'fs ' ' Q v '- v - - gl .h!?Q!l97F nvzbiglkl -. 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Minstrelg Phil- x rl 9 54 4 lf Q ti V ,45 1ezoa--'-1 .- .4 5 E - zg., f "'1vSh 8, ZYYYWTT' MARY NESBIT WILLIAM CROW z.:.2a, - 4 -Qfxf 9 - ' 2-2'-4 one 'f gl lt Born Dallas, Texas, December 22, 1907. Ell- tered from Bryan High. Girl ReserveSS COHTIUPY' cial Club. . H "Mingle a little folly with your work. CORINNE KIRKPATRICK Born Celina, Texas, October 31,A1904. .En- tered from Bryan High School. Public Speaking, Girl Reserves, Pallette and Pen Club, Temns Cl l. , Tfj silence were golden. she should be a multi- millionaire. CHARLES CONERTY Born Dallas, Texas, March 29, 1906. Entered from Dallas University. - A modest man never talks of himself. MAURICE STEPHEN BROWN Born Pilot Grove, Mo., February 11, 1910. Entered from Sam Houston School. Honor Roll '22-'24, Linz Award '22-'23. "Children should be seen and not heard." CLARK BARTON Born Lott, Texas, November 17, 1905. En- tered from Terrill School. Hi-Y, Pallette and Pen: Minstrel '23, '24, '25, Fifth Period Lunch- eon Club. Clark is a jolly good fellow but a little bashful around the girls. WILLIE RAY BUMPUS Born Dallas, Texas, August 19, 1907. En- tered from Sam Houston Grade School. R. O. T C .W'illie Ray is an all around boy, always willing to do that which is pleasing to others. SHEARON BONNER Born August 6. 1903, Dallas, Texas. Entered from Terrill Training School. 'Perigon Club. For he that once is good is ever great. WALTER BIANCHI Born Staten Island, New York. March 22, 1908. Entered from Austin School. T. Square Club 'Zl- '22, 2nd Team Baseball '24, 2nd Team Basketball '24, Member R. O. T. C. Innocent looking, but those devilish ways! JOHN BETTY Born Dallas, Texas, December 1S, 1909. En- tered from Fannin Grade School. "The world knows nothing about its greatest men." JULIUS BERGEFIELD Born June 29, 1907, Dallas. Texas. Entered from Bryan High. Sergeant: Marksman, Camp Dallas, Crack Company. "Man is man, and master of his fate." WILLIE JEWELL HILL I , .' , 5 0, 1907. Entered from Bryan High. Secretary of What Next, An- imal StalT, Treasurer of Palette and Pen. One of the Cleverest girls we know. Born Xbeline Texas May 1 LUCIUS FRENCH Born Dallas. Texas, July 24, 1907. Entered from Bryan High School. Lieutenant R. O. T. C., Crack Company, T-Square Club. "There is nothing so powerful as the truth." Born Henderson, Texas, August 23, 1908. En- tered from Fannin Grade School. Crack Company, Spanish Clubl Sergeant R. O. T. C. Necessity knows no law but to conquer. HELEN HAYNES Born Crevrley, La.. April 10, 1905. Entered from Sam Houston School. President, Secretary and Treasurer of Palette and Pen Club. Her frowns are fairer than are the smiles of other girls. BEULAI-I F. KLINE Born Carneiro, Kansas, May 5, 1907. Entered from Vtlestport High School, Kansas City, Mo. "Earth's noblest thing, a woman perfected." SALLIE BESS KINSELLA Born Dallas. Texas, January 10, 1908. Entered from Bryan High School. Pallette and Pen Club, Les Abeilles. Kind hearted, friendly, full of life. ROSE PEARCE Born Belcher, La., June 12, 1908. Entered from Sam Houston. XVith her cheerful smiles she scatters a ray of sunshine to all North Dallas. VIVIEN HOOVER Born YYestbrook, Texas, February 5, 1908. En- tered from Rusk School. Perigon Club, Girl Re- serves, Audohon Society, Times'Heralcl Reporter for school, Volley Ball Team, VVinner of Cham- ber of Commerce Essay Contest '24, ' Labor is itself a pleasure" is her motto. HELEN CAMPBELL Born Paris, Texas, July S, 1908. Entered from Bryan High. Reporter for French Club, Volley Ball Team. "A face, with gladness overspread! Soft smiles, by human kindness bred!" MABEL CLE MENTS Born Hughes Springs, Texas, December 7, 1906. Entered from Bryan High. I lost all the cares that fretted me yesterday. LOUISE BOYER Born Dallas, Texas. December 16, 1909. En- tered from Sain Houston School. Pallette and Pen, lst Pl'ize in Home Lighting Contest, lst Prize in 1924 Chamber of Commerce Contest, lst Prize in 192-l Local History Contest. "And still the wonder grew. That one small head could carry all she knew." EVELYN BABB Born Ennis, Texas, November 2, 1907. "Les Abeilles", "Le Circle de Anatol France." "A daughter of the gods serenely fair." ANNA MAE AKERS Born Sherman, Texas, January 6, 1907. En- tered from Sherman High. Commercial Club: Las Contatos Club. Sweet and lovable, a friend well worth having. MARGERY GILLMAN Born Brooklyn, New York, November 16, 1907. Entered from Ossining, New York. French Club member. "The mildest manner and the gentlest heart." la '4 2 LFE.-.7-?2F.lE!'f-QLG9fP n g1 ' fi-n: yjgnne I-fesawfn f:e1K r'awt?'2-' 1 Page Flflt fi Page Fffly-.fix I 'L' ..- .gl cif- gfgivfelzenw,-gg1,.,..- 33 i'g e angers-x.1J:1fF.f:k?Q-DSN.: 3 -Q 1-4' 4 E if yu rl Q 2 4 2 if 3 1 4 4, 4 K 5' 1 rf To the IHA S ' 1 ' l G60 5 A H The Junior Clan of '26 k Q It the pride of North Dallax High, And upon ity .rturdy .rhoulderx Her hope: and dream: do lie. The future leaders of our .fehool By thix clan mot! are claimed. Future?-I zvell believe Poe erred, For many non' are famed. High-honor Jtudentx, enayittf, Artixt: and zvriterx, a few- Orators, yell leaderf, foothall boys- Are Junior lllA'.f too. And oh! how eagerly they 'emit The time -when .fmiling Fate VVaf1e.r her wand of rainhou' here- Seuiorx! We welcome you! Oh, Juniorx, keep your hopex full highg Your ideal: deifyg Be never with yourselzfex eorztentg lllahe every hour well-Jpent. What pleatures and joyx await you! And troublef and trialy, too, But, Juniorx, never once forget- You're North Dallas High? "bert het." 1IRENE FLAK13. - L... ' 'I F Yi 0. I 6 24 T is fl nf I 4 ,' 'S ef s.,1-ref-r.uQewseweJs:+s:e:PMf o- 1: YH. IN 'QW' EYE 'fr':w-wr?-ah Page Fifty-seven As- "DEP 4 "5-: A-S". 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Schermerhorn, Stanley 'Q Black, Sol Gambill, George Sealey, Earl bl Bonner, Lawrence Good, James Shapiro, Morris pi Brooks, Lyle Goldman, David Spence, Junior G Butler, Kenneth Graves, William Stanyer, Brandt K Butts, Carl Hall, William Lee Stephens, Paul Carr, Russell Ham, Claud Sterner, Albert Carter, Manly Hawes, Albert Stovall, Tracy Cervin, Alto Heinen, Frank Talla, Olaf Cobb, Leo Henry, Horace Toolg, Marion Cowan, Charles Justice, Sidney Tu,-lay, Jasper Crow, Davis Kadane, Sheffle UH, George Crutcher, Harry Keatts, Gobern Wagley, Marion Delwalde, joe Lamkln, Homer Walter Welden Denton, Harold Lumley, Frank ' Diiey, Frank Mayer, David Walton' or-arid Dunnahoo, Walter Merritt, Raymond W?b'?r' Martin' Dutton, Edwin Miller, Merwin W'11'3m5vMarV'n Eastham, Walter Mosby, W. R. Wittl Parham Elkin, Robert Payne, Walter Wolfe, Frank Ellis, Porter Pierce, Phillips Young, Louis GIRLS Aechternacht, Ada V. Ford, Virginia Moore, Ellen Awalt, Evelyn George, Mary Stewart Moorman, Janice Bales, June Gillespie, Annette Morgan, Clora Mabel Barlow, Agnes Hackworth, Editha Nichols, Ethel Bartlett, Maude Hamilton, Marie Peck, Hazel Becket, Blanche Haynes, Virginia Powell, Verna Berry, Eula Lee Hines, Delia Grace Reynolds, Ola Mae Bowles, Beaulah Holifield, Marguerite Roberts, Irene Box, Cleta Howe, Majorie Rust, Mary Alice Briggs, lo Howell, Hazel Rutledge, Ruth Brown, Dorothea Inwood, Ruth Sandkuhl, Frances Burr, Priscilla Lampkin, Manan Snell, Evelyn Cochran, Anna Little, Mary Grace Sands, Iva Nelle Compton, Marietta Lloyd, Mary Grace Steal-man, Ruby Conway, Clytis Loftis, Birdie Pearl gturcevam, Mary E, Courtney, Juanita Luna, Annette Tenga,.de,,, Lotus Cox, Ollye Lee Marchman, Eva May fl-harms, Clarke Culver, Ada McGhee, Beulah Wilcox Clarke Daniel, Mary McGlathery, Lucille . l DeBow O al MCLHFI' Pe Willtlock' Cleo a P Y: B'-gy . - DeLee, Evelyn McMillan, Mary N. wllson' 'Mail' htm Dillard, Doris Mayfield, Helen Wood, Jlmmle ,.,,, Dillingham, Marie Meeks, Christine W3'1i'2lH2lffi0 u-. ' Felton, Dorris Mockbce, Hazel Wi5d0n1i HCICT1 "1 E Figh, Mary Moore, Elizabeth Willis, Katheryne ' c l I I rl .Q y a s: :Q R A '5 . . , - . .- . - Q g,,,7.a.ssvsac-we ,zz-,sy ' - sz y-mm 1-Q1-zoemw-f' 'fre eswyl if Page S ixty 'mg MS 5:-1231 Qi 3 4 , ' ,,,, AM sb- : --f--5 L+' ,Q 14,5 14 v yi Q 4,52 gL"19'i 43: if ,- pf - sy Page Sixty-o ne 4.21915-14.,,, P'-5 I' - --Q1-tw ,.. Aingell Marshall Alfieri, Tony Biddle Paul Bland Rophie Blewett Floyd Bonney, Bill Bounds, John Brodnax, Jack Brown, Andrew Y L ' ff as I 25 -.pf 'ev if II-A CLASS BOxS Gilpin Charles Granger Garry Gunn, Robert Gupton, Ray Hagedorn, Herman Halcombe, Stephenson Kissel Homer Kissel Theodore Knight, Bob Lang, Howard Lee, Deaver Lee, Robert E. Phillips ohn Porter, Thomas 55 Rembert, William ' Revis Lynn Rifenburg James Russell, L. B. SaPPn Herbert Scovell, Field Sewell, Fred .. -8 4 ' 4. -.-'Z-nWfN'S3s 3: 5. 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Daniell, Milton Huffhines, Hamer Mumpower, John Welles, VVayne Davis, Billy Hunter, Malcolm Nesbit, Carl Allen White, Winfield Davis, Roy H. Hutchison, Archie Nichols, William Whitney Frank, DeFurd, Harold Jackson, Jack Noe, Joe VVilliams, Paul Fair, Roy Jenkins, John Northrop, Claud Wilson, Elroy Feltner, Oscar Johnston, Chas. Noyes, Edward Lee Winn, Frank Finney, O. J. Johnston, Kenneth O'Dell, Louis VVitte, T. C. Fogus, Johnnie Jones, Billy Olcott, Cornelius Wood, Jesse Funke, Robert Kannenberg, Elmer Parker, James Young, Paul Gieb, Harold Kenton, Elwin Parrish, Bill Young, VValter Zumwalt, Ross Alfieri, Jennie Allen, Lola Mae Rice, Olean Anglin, Wylene Davis, Ruth Howle, Dorothy Richardson, Inez Baker, Mabel Dettor, Mary Anne Hughes, Ida Mae Rose, Dorothy Barker, Irene Edwards, Octavia Husung, Dorothy Rough, Thelma Bauerle, Emma Elkins, Charlene Ilgenfritz, Bettie Rowland, Lucile Benggeli, Emma Euless, Lillian Mae Holley, Nina Sanders, Helen Bergheld, Marie Fair, Virginia Jackson, Jean Schmaltz. Harriet Bishopp, Harriet Farmer, Inez Jennings, Oleta Sharp, Eunice Blake, Annie Felton, Dorothy Jones,Fredna Mae Smith, Helen Bodeman, Lucile Ferguson, Louise Keene, Marybelle Spaulding, Elizabeth Boone, Mary Katherine Fisher, Dorrace Kennedy, Emma Ruth Speer, Kathryn Boudreau,Jessie Mae Fisher, Jessie King, Alberta Steinan, Annette Boudwin, Miriam Frederick, Aletha Kizer, Hazel Storey, Katherine Bowman, Gladys French, Clarice Knight, Elma Socknell, Pauline Brandon, Alliene French, Gussie Mae Knight, Erin Tomlin, Isabel Br-owner, Anna French, Hazen Kosack, Helen Turner, Bernice Bray, Nadine Frick, Alta Lamar, Alma Turner, Naoma Brodie, Leota Frierson, Elizabeth Lamar, Mary Agnes Van Hess, Petronella Bruss, Mary Gardner, Thelma Lingwiler, Louise Van Winkle, Harriet Bullock, Margaret Gibson, Frances McCrary, Kathleen Van Zandt, Martha Burt, Dorothy Gifford, Marjorie McKiney, Eloise VValker, Pawnee Butler, Norma Gillespie, Mary Belle Marshal, Helen Wallace, Marion Carlisle, Lallie Mae Gillmore, Rosamond Lee Marshall, Roshanna Walton, Dorothy Chamness, La Rue Gosline-,Winifred Marvin, Reva Warriner, Beulah Clements, Maebert Gough,Elizabeth Metcalf, Harriet Watson, Dorothy Earl , 1 Cline, Eva Hardin, Hallie Miller, Margaret West, Allethe L.. 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Bevans, Evelyn Blalack, Juanita Blumberg, Sylvia Boren, Elaine Boyd, Francis Bramblett, Francis Brown, Heloise Brown, Iris Brown, Louise Carson, Elizabeth Caston, Louise Comstock Helen Nano Clem, Annelle M Crenshaw, Willie Culmore, Dorothy Day, Catherine Decker, Eloise Dobbs, Ruth Doerr, Ruth Duley, Mary Dunken, Francis Earl Dorothy Ex ans Doris Ev. ilt Alta HE Harris, Frank Harrison, Charlie Hays, Charles Heath, Lowell Heinen, Richard Hoehn, Henry Hoffman, George Holden, Raymond Holloway, Stuart Horace, Jones Hudson, Alex Justus, Roy Karr, Claude Kidwell, Graber Kirkpatrick, Richard liissel, Robert Large, Charles Lee, Roy Lt-monds, Lester Long, Charles Edward McAnally, Chester McGinnis, Francis Martine, Franklin Mays, R. -I. Moeller, Edwin Moore, VVilliam Moss, Lloyd Musgrove, Houston Nelson, Erick Owens, Harry GIRLS Ferguson, Adele Finney, Thelma Ford, Lois Ford, Nell Frechette, Elsie Gary, Mary Geen, Helen Gleiser, Velma Graber, Allyne Grady, Thelma Guthrie, Dorothy Guynes, Floye Hahnl, Florence Ham, Marjorie Hart, Floy Henry, Mary Beth Hollinger, Louise Hawkins, Ora Mae Jefferson, Lennie May Johnson, Elnora Knox, Louise Kugle, Barnetta Langley, Pearl Laughlin, Lorraine Leak, Lillian Long, Thelma Luther, Mary McMains, Anneely Malone Kathleen Matney, Catherine if L '57..L.- -.. -Q ., - . A A 2".Y:-..rfl?..!g!'D-lil? nv . 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I v 7 A., .O -X ' V - Af-' J ' -r qu. f . v n ir n Q :- -' 6' .fm ' . , I t , 1 .4,. 4 n ' dv U pu E sip ,UI 7 A'-I, 1' R " .-- .4 . "" Q - C ' -l ? I X 'o . ,....- "' 1 I, ' 5 F Q W 1 W bf, M 5 .01 , AW' NW Y X XT X XM gl X ' ' - .ix ,AM-:AB-..XxQ-r4,4w 4 I 0 1 is , W gf Page Seventy-one L.. 'I 5 I X l ,--as Q C0511 icfzrion To MR. JACK Ar.1ix.xNmeR YVILSON His nohle decent from n Scottish lnird is reflected in dignity, courtesy, and courage. Possessiug intellectual leadership, he has elevated our thought, touched our hearts with modest sentiment, and eonvulsed the student body with sparkling wit-11 coin- manding Character hold and firm, but tem- pered with gentleness and gcninlity. ' v 4 4 4, vu . I x. I . 'J 'U-"5L'..-14"'U?a AA' rv-2-f dA"'o . ,. bf FOOTBALL SEASON or 1924 E if lf ,Ji da lap 'I 5 N l 1' I N 'lv E! I it E . F7 -- -'-'f"1H-:rims J North Dallas .,A, 45 Forney ,,...,, O North Dallas .... 52 Polytechnic , O North Dallas ..,, 6 Central ,,,...,. ., 6 North Dallas - .... 41 Waxahachie ,- -. O North Dallas ,,,, 3 Forest ..,,...,. O North Dallas .,,, O Oak Cliff ...... .. 6 North Dallas .,,. 7 Bryan .,.,...., 2 Ocf. 30 N. 'D. wr. Foreszf In the first game of the city series, the Bulldogs emerged victorious for the first time in a city game, It was a hard fought game and determination alone won the vic- tory. North Dallas met much stronger opposition than was expected and was forced to rally and fight after the terrible offensive drive Forest launched. A field goal, booted by the trained toe of Haskin Cobb yielded the only score of the game. Haskin also showed splendid control in punting, and much credit is due him. North Dallas was surprised by Forest's playing and it was pure bulldog fight that won the game. Our line was fighting always and the backs were plunging to their best ability. Howard played an excellent game, and his plunging netted many yards for North Dallas. Stewart and Ward also showed wonderful ability in carryfng the ball. Thrills were plentiful and hearts stopped beating when Forest attempted two field goals. But Cobbls goal was the only scoring of the game and carried the orange and white to victory. Forest played a commendable game. Brecht flashed a brilliant game, aided by Reed and Messiiia. But the victory was ours, and a hoarse and happy crowd of orange rooters left the gate, proud of winning their first game in a city contest. Now. 8 Oak Clif fur. 'D. Ploughing through mud, rather than playing football, the Leopards and the Bulldogs fought one of the hardest games ever played in Dallas. It was anticipated that the honors would go to Ward and Lynch, but on account of mud and rain the brunt of the work fell on Howard and Hopper. The field was too muddy for spectacular runs, but friend Sunshine crossed several white lines during the game, while Lynch, playing an excellent game as quarter, was held dead by the North Dallas ends and line. The loyalty of the North Dallas rooters was shown to be very deep seated by the large number of students who turned out in spite of the rain. The game came to a close with the score: Oak Cliff 6-North Dallas O. It seemed tragic that defeat should come to a team who had fought so hard and so well. Never had the Bulldog showed his teeth any plainer than in this gameg he fought -IP' ?JvJ"'J:' I 5 cl -I 1 n 9 5 z n l E 'fo 'Ft VJ 4 4 1 fa 4 la F ., U, ,,,. v sq - ax - ... .. ,. Page Seventy-two gain-zzezvaw s , gg -' zLfs-1:-xcsaasa-was F 'L N , Q . 1 . A. 5 M g '3 0 .zzzzevvv 'N ' 5 r vy, a - 1 desperately, clawing and snarling every moment. Great honor should be given to the if f il boys for this pluck and fight. Q l The Bulldogs held the Leopards to a tie until the last few minutes of play. Two 1 , bad breaks dealt North Dallas a losing hand. Cobb's unfortunate kick of a water- I soaked ball from a toe that was weighted down by mud and Lynch's fortunate pass 4 lr placed the Blue and White aggregation near our goal line. After many attempts l Hopper hnally made the only score of the game by plunging to a touchdown. The i attempt for goal failed. But, even though defeated, the Bulldogs played gloriously and brought glory to P themselves and to our school. 9 Now. 2 9 it N. 'D. or. 'Bryan ln the last game of the city series North Dallas defeated Bryan 7-2, This was G a closely contested game, and the youngest high school won its First victory over the L oldest high school in Dallas. The game had a friendly tinge and lacked the hard hghting that characterized both teams against the Leopards. The Wolves had a splendid opportunity to score early in the game, but the Bulldogs held their own and the goal line remained uncrossed. The line should be given due credit for their iight in this game. Several beautiful passes featured the game. Teasley, Turley, Scovell, and -lack- son played excellent football, while Hill played his last and best game. The score that won the game came when Jackson and Turley blocked a punt and "Squirml' raced twenty yards for a touchdown. Goal was kicked-score 7-0. An unfortunate pass from Turley to Cobb rolled behind the goal lineg Cobb fell on the ball, which counted as a safety and gave Bryan two points. N. 'D. or. Forney The Bulldogs journeyed to Forney for their first game of the season, and re- turned home to the tune of 4.5-0. The student fans turned out and more were present for North Dallas than for Forney itself. lt gave the fans their hrst chance to size up the team. Ward played a brilliant game as half and did most of the scoring against Forney. Teasley, whose record last year gave promise of a brilliant future, proved that the promise was to be fulfilled. Howard's line bucks seldom failed to net several yards to our advantage. Cobb showed excellent form in return of punts and ran the plays with good judgment. "jabby" Parrish played true to form by tackling his opponents' back field. N. TD. vs. 'P0Zy1feclz.nic The next game of the season was with an old enemy, Poly, and the Bulldogs took the big end of the score S2-O. The game was an easy victory for the Orange and' White, though the Poly team fought gamely. In both fight and skill the Bulldogs asserted their supremacy. -U A total of eight touchdowns was made: four trials for goal were successful. H- j "Puny" was responsible for four of the eight touchdowns. He seemed to be able to -1 li plow through the line at any time. "Sunshine" also played good football and on long f :C end runs, with his speed and ability at broken held running, scored two touchdowns. J ,Q An excellent showing was made by Howard, Conover and Cobb. The whole L4 ' team seemed to work in unison with its captain, Daniels. The total score showed that "l ' 4 N. D. was alert to the varied phases of football playing. I' if li 55 i v ' v ' Y v ' I ' I 1 wry! ' Q ' UPWGZLUIE N4-+ 1 : lu-unc: awww- WJ'VN1't'0J . -,:e."- .--,a ' . - I . .- Page Seventy-three -.x .' 'Sr -isa.--, ,l Q 9153 H' ..-.-,. 24,519.1 Q. iilfyig 5 4 H ,va I2 :Q if N ms-o"l ' was p 310 UQQS- ' "1 s-. r'o"'-1 ' gsm. if moi? els o D-:r-rn 'S 953 QA Er-Q wig' Q1 E-D.. 'I . C. U, Swggi 2 v UQ Q gg U :D ' 6 Us.:-:zu I, "os:-r i IIN sas Q 1: N, 3,w7 - I .ou rn' O Q rv :S N g"mF5 3 ' r:.'33i Q 'ro 630- R 7 .rss l no-5 -Sam 'V 525. 0 2:1- 559 l 5.570 1 22.9 ,. .-.25 l Sgr! B251- I TOE . glow: I :ra-' ,I ? -- J- :ua4mn3 ---J -x:',u:09 keeping the bacon. North Dallas won the toss-up and elected to kick. A strong line was needed to keep our goal free, Conover, new end, flashed some extremely brilliant playing. The first quarter ended with no scoring. E ln the second quarter, a punt was recovered by North Dallas and the ball stayed It in Central territory. A pass was completed from Howard to Teasley. Contral inter- ' t cepted a pass and attempted to punt, only to be blocked by Turley, who fell on the bi ball behind our own goal line. Cobb failed to kick goal, leaving the score 6-0. This Li was followed by Central's receiving the kick-off and running ninety yards for a touch. ,Q The attempt at goal failed and the score was 6-6. Then a pass was intercepted by Howard, and VVard ran fifty yards for a touchdown, only to be recalled by the head linesman for oil' sides. The half ended 6-6. ln the last half a see-saw game took place, neither side gaining much advantage. No scoring was made, though N. D. opened up on passes and completed several. Thus the game ended. This was probably the hardest game so far for the Bulldogs. They showed an in- domitable spirit in the line which held the heavy line of Central and prevented further scoring. iN. 'D. 'mx l'Vf1xrzlz.rzc'f1ie Playing the iirst game of the season on home soil, the North Dallas Bulldogs trounced the Waxahachie warriors 41-O. "VVaxy," while having a splendid aggrega- tion, was completely outclassed by the Orange and White. This game really brought the Bulldogs into the lime-light, since the Waxahachie squad defeated Forest 12-IO. During the first three minutes of play, "Cig', blocked a punt and fell on it be- hind the goal line. This is the third time Turley has done this trick and much credit is due him. Cobb kicked goal, and the score was 7-0. Two bad breaks followed but nothing was lost. Conover intercepted a pass and ran twenty-five yards. Next fol- lowed a beautiful run of thirty yards by VVard. Aided by line plunging by Howard, the ball was carried on down the field until Stewart made a touchdowng goal was kicked-score I4-O. A run of fifty-tive yards by "Sunshine" was aspectacular play. Then a third touchdown was made by Cobb, who kicked goal-score 21-O. The second half opened with "VVaxy" receiving. A punt by them was blocked, and "Sunshine," whose brilliant playing featured the game, carried the ball over for the fourth score. Howard then intercepted a pass in the aerial game opened by the Warriors and made the fifth touchdown. Cobb missed goal. The score was 34.-O. In the last quarter, "VVaxy', fumbled a punt of their thirty yard line and after a few plays, a pass from Cobb to Ward made the last score of the game. Goal was kicked by Cobb, whose trained toe misplaced only one goal out of six. The final score was 41-O. Ciiy SCl'f6.f Tic- Up ., L... 1 The city series resulted in a peculiar three-cornered tie-up, North Dallas, Oak '1 E Cliff. and Forest each having won two games and lost one. Due to the lateness of the ,Q season, the tie was never played otf. Therefore, the year of 1924. will go down in 'I history with no city series champion. Each school was presented with a silver football le ' in recognition of its pluck and fight. ' l r ,' 5: ,Q 'H ef iEhLi5L5P ' ' ' 'E VlKIiNG V" 'fl" '!'F"':-55:1 Page Sc-z'c111y-fa nr ,459-.1-esrezzens-L-21 H H f'N H - I3 1gw.ms+1.a'm l 6.1 F' A r,x-as Q . iauvs 1 . I , , 4 .,.. - f 'if 43- 1 i f" -'Q . " -1 Q r 0' ' - if 1 1 5 Z2 v g .1 5 I' 4 - 9 I 4 l 1, I l L 2 U f 91 ,J I l I 5 I LJ S Football Players LEFT TO RIGHT-Sfcl1IdiIlg.' A. VVilson, coach, Stein, Denton, Hicks, Ncsbit, Collin, Harned, Carter, H., Cabel, Connerty, High, VanDyne, Kugle, Noe, Difley, Howard, V., Heinzel, Ledbctter, O'Conner, Nlansfielcl, lVlcRec, F. D. Walker, manager and assistant coach. Kfzeefizzg: Teasley, Williams, Hill, Turley, ,lack- Son, Kleber, Conover, Carter, R., Butler. Siffizzg: Hudson, Young, Parrish, Houston, water- boy, Ward, Daniels, Capt., Howard, A., Cobb, C., mas- cot, Colb., H., Jones, Stewart, Covell. L- at ws 'E I H R ld s' ll , is ef s..Lw2.v3Qe's4L-2415 n aI ' H: xmas '?6Y?l!5IK' ' wnwvaabi Page Swxeflfy-five ' T '-551' LZ 1g, 3 i . f X ' Q E2-:A I -1 , 3 , 25 , , 3 'A Q 'l is 5 V 3 it ' - --. . , , V -, i 5 ' X Q P. I 1 ' A N Q! rzsxgigigzg,-A lf' 3 if .,1gg1fgg-filf -. fif Q I - y 2 jgjfki 3 g 3 4 i 1 M -1-Q o lf.-wfszg Q -i l I',f,f'f'1-JI, f' ' ,Q .f 3 , 4 " 'Lrr' 3 X V l " -. iff, f f ,. 5 ' 'ri' '1"iT"53l" ll 5 if ,P 'f iw 'Q 5 4 ,w P" v fa 1 'i-fo r 1-i ts i t , Egg. 2 "' si t' - may W' 422333, 5 FW tl s , EHS ' if " 2 . f Mali YES - -i H ls?-' 'll' Emi . ff- g ' . ,. fits,--V Saws '51 - gl , is 'N' 6' IIN 'a t El' -" "' s sam, ' ss., E , H "Et ' ef?"1 bl ll- x , H , Q ri- . W-NSR. feels? - :m f 5-,naffgp L' . ' 1 " DANIEL, T- HOWARD, F. BYQTLER, G. "Dutch" D3'1lClv the flghtlflg Arthur I'loward, the ponder- George Butler, although Play. tackle, was a tapablc Cilptfllll, ous Plungm. of North Dallas, ing his 51.5, Wm. of high school who showed his men how to K , K - play football by cleeds rather was namud Un the mrfhlfal HH' football, was a man who more than words. He was always in City team, showing that he was than mlcd his position- If Em there, foruiarcling-his own line 3 Plgypy' who gut results. Oppmwnt tricd to brmk thmugh and Sinpplng his Upponmlts' "Schoolv's" wonderful football , M Dutch is liked as vrell outside HI, ' Hi Q b h, f 1 his place, he uas downed at once 4 - il r ity was a rmet y is e - Q I Of, f""'h41l1 Hides as m them' 1 , I 1 , hx, 1, d by those muscles ut iron. George belng a good student and a per- 'N P NUS ll NU t L5 C life - . fggt gg-mlen-mn, This ,gtg-gm him to be captain of next year's 'S our Idea of 3 ml bf'Y- Vvfitch will be back again next year. team. him next year. 2 nn' V Linn- ' '1 , FIRST TEAM f 'V Tnp Rafe: Wilson cwarli, Pzlrrislx, Cunmer, Butler, llill, Stewart, Kleber, Xvalker, I business manager. ' flliddlr RIITLH' jones, Teasley, Carter, Turley, jackson. -'Q ' Rnflom Race: Hudson, Young, XVilliams, XVard, Daniels, captain, Howard, Cobb, , I 4 Scovell. I . ' 1 Musgrave and Cobb, waterboys. ,' ls A 'El , i e, e , . . - S1 -',lw.fa.sy-:asian ahhh rn: vm: :fr eww' 'gr ass-yi Page Sefverzty-:ix ' e -- 3 r f'N - Fg zs ?!J bx5g I 6 ' , .7 V 3-, 25 -o . U li 6 nzrrvwvv' N i 3 -. . ' 'fl ' rl n , Ir Q1 I . y s - h A , l ,. , 5 x 1 l A I 4 I ll ' Q 8 4 .' A W l TURLEY, C. VVARD, H. HILL. G. TEASLEY, E. "Cig," the tall, good "Sunshine," in his W'ill Hill was the XVith the 1924 foot- looking hlonde, had the third and last year for most popular player on hall season, Eugene honor of being chosen the Orange and Vl'hite, the team and probably Teasley ended his center on the mythical reached a perfection of the most popular hoy North Dallas athletic all-city team. The fact football which few high in school. On the field career. He went out that he is an accurate school players attain. he was a hnlwark of for every sport and diaffnostician is proved His broken field run- defense and a battering- made good in each of by his numerous punt ning was a marvel to ram on the offensive. them. Receiving pass- blockings and unexpects the spectators of the Vt'illie graduated in es was Gene's specialty ed touchdowns. Cig will gridiron game. Sun- January, leaving a hole on the gridiron this grace our team again shine Hnishes this year in the Orange line, year, an art, which next year. and leaves a gap in the which will he hard to added to his defensive Bulldog back-field, to fill, work, won him all-city STEVVART, H. go and make his mark and all-state honors. VVe in College football. CUBB, Q. wish him as much suc- Kermit Stewart. bet- cess in College- ter known as "Tuffy," 4HH5kiH Cobb. lllilyijlil although playing his JACKSON, G. his second year with first year of high school North Dallas. held the PARRISH, T. football. was a big as- VVilliam J a c k s on most important position get to the Bulldogs. played his third year for on the team, that of flabby." another one On the offense he car- this school with the quarterback, which he one of the veterans to fied the 13311 for long brand of football that Filled. to perfection. whom We Owe praise gaing and gn the de- has begunw to be ex- Haskm is a good punt- fm- I-,uildiug up the fense he could he de- pected of North Dallas. er. an accurate passer, team is 1 man who was pended upon to get his "Squirm's" natural abil- and an excellent strat- th I, ' 6 itil V! nt- man. Tuffy will he back ity, added to his knowl- egist. Unfortunately lbe e., lib ,Ingkcm ? ah again next year when, edge of the game, makes Haskin has left this 5' -la 5 mms he with this year's experi- him a valuahle player. school for Highland Pauli' and has the abil' einge, he will be R foot. To him we owe the Park, and although we IU' tO hack UD, 1115 h-.11 man of ngteh VVe touchdown that won the all miss him, we hope knowledge. He will be a re expecting great Bryan game. He will that he will be just as ll2lCk 'flgaiil 1105! WHY, wings of him. be hack next year. successful there. "holding dat line." mv-3-:-'tc.-,.'.-t1 1 ' ""'T3?' ' 192:-fm ,I -' 4 - .V sq ' "" .v"' E ieiif-'. . 'F-W" 'B ' ' " " 'ff .4-"K A' ' fl? " . ,I S l,.-Lf' Y." , I y . if-: 4 : f,.4 -1 f .1 .- ll . 5, fi., -A -' if V' N. I ' Q ' :. ll f' f 42' 1. -2 1 I A-. 'L ' -ff' ti... - . ., J , :,., .s.- 1 - Q HIM, I: ,Qs 1k -E m .1 ' Y, ,, A-tp , :--- ' QM.-I ' - -y?4N..- -lj - r l ., f 7 "fx ...' Sff.-'ii' ' " ti . 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In tact some of his equately, uhenexei a V35 VUS Cf lll 0 9 rl llllt, H . comrades would have regular was forced out game on the least ex' an anll' E was a -r I H - I Cuser f-Buzzard" holds man who could he de- me Call hun "Fatty. of the game. He wlll alplace in our heart and Pellflffl UIWU 21lW35'5 to Anyhow Field is a very be a regular next year. Will l10lCl4 3 Dlacf lll the fl0 ll15 ll9Sf- He will good end' who --knows reggrlamgxmexrm Rllglv the '0rangf1-and K 1 I .. . his stuff." He is one forwarding the Orange le ailam m 3 of the veterans upon allfl YN lllte- whom North Dallas YOVNG U CARTER, E. builds her hopes next H P ' 'Iv JONES' H. Ray Carter' Coming year. Ihe most cm1wl.meu- I from the second team tary remark that Can Huglh'1ftli1qd fast lie' about the middle of the HUDSON. G' be made about Allan fsigge 311' OE tg? season, inacleril pleasing A V Miers Young is that he games this year, luit l'?C?-d fm- hlmself' .and Jlmmle .Hudsolh thc is the must eligible man was neVeftllele55 lllflli' it E had had a little g00ll lflnlilllg- E004 NJ' f i r -I k W K. pensable to the team move Welgllf- he would tured guard, wasagoud fl' fludflfllilf l-051' because of his high l1HYS SIHl'I'Cfl4 Off the man hoth on the oi- tion on the regular spirits-and the manner Gridiron Ray is a gen- fense and defense 1' therev team next veal, and 111 which he exhibited tleman and is popular fore lwe are lhoping lm that we hope io See him them, his curly head by- with both boys and SBE 11111 H1 1 C VCEU HY ' ing a fountain of spark- girls. Don't forgetf line-up in '25. there. ling wit. Girls. 'mm-X.. . .v6."1"'X'-rl'.'Q .' ..Q.g,:,j.1.Q 2-4j.,.,.., QQ, ,X r :Q33rm'Q.g'Q.5Ctxgi:'q g i-,x,L13.- . N ,-M W 1. yum? 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Q ., Q- .1 1 t,.,N.-.-f.f-Q v Q, , .5 -"Jigga i 'N k -- -. 2:5 .: ffa' ,-px ,-MH-wif 5 :yy .nqgf-+1 mi , - L ' ' .aff fqixf . S-5g1Qf,' W . , V, 'Q X ZN?5Ti ' f x. .iz .rig ,K ' .' vi ' .im-5: X ZS' . A. QA F ,... 5 X Wifi.. 'Dedication To NIR. FWEIJ. Domi WVALKIQR He is unassuming and restrained by n sons-3 of propriuty and has n bearing typical of Athenian culture mixed with Spartan valor. Hu values more highly the ability to sqitisfy the common variety of daily obliga- tions than thc brilliant stroke of erratic gCl1lLlS'L1 colnpnnionnblc lander demanding our best elforts. .-nl'-' 2.LN"1 0 4 '45 2 5 -0 "'v ..... F' f l 4 1 KAN P .. Iv .Misa :.,2..Q.Y-1.a'm-Z' 7 15 . ef ig ? E 1 7 ., 2 4 Top Roux' Miers, Conover, Young, Wilson, coach, Daniels. Borfozfz Roco: Hall, Dilliey, Hickox, Scovell. The Basket Ball Squad Scfzetizzle of Barker-Bull Gamer -'-' 'Ziff' Y 'l L..-. "'l 9 North Dallas zz ,,,,,7,,.,, ...Central High, Ft. Worth North Dallas 18 .,,,l,, ,,.,, . ,,,,,,,,,,o,,,,,,, Oak Clilf NOI'fh Dallas IS ,,,,,.. ,,,,,, . . ..,,,,,,, Highland Park North Dallas 18 ,.,,,,. . .lo,,,,,,,,,,,,o,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Forest North Dallas 26... .. ,,,, Polytechnic, Ft. Worth Nfhffh Dallas 23 . ,,,, . . ,,A,A, Y,,, , ,. , . Bryan North Dallas 5.1. . .. .. .. Plano North Dallas 21 ,t,,,,, . .,,,,, .,,t,.,,,,,,,,,,,..,, B oethian North Dallas 50 . ,,,, . ....Polytechnic, Ft. Worth North Dallas 29 ,,,,,,,., .. .,.,,, Oak Cliff North Dallas I7 ,,,, ,,,,, . .. ,,,, . ,,,l,,,,,, .. Forest North Dallas 4.2 .. ,...,,,, S. M. U. Freshmen North Dallas 28 . ...Central High, Ft. Worth North Dallas 15 ........ ...... ....... . . .. .. Stickle North Dallas 13. ......... ................ .. . .... Bryan D ... North Dallas 37 ................. ... ........ . Plano f North Dallas 35 .. ........... . ....... S. M. U. Freshmen I North Dallas 28 ......... ..... , . .. ......... Diamond Hill ,N North Dallas 22. .......... .... ........ H i ghland Park al ln r ,' Q: ,. Le H , G 2g,Lwf,?,yp4v5g4a1p J ' F tu: xg 1 ' Weis!-non-IKar.EfrrJ11itr.2v' Pagu Fig Gly-lcvo '91 h gt I I li sd 50 LXTTYTZY' tr LQISEPQYGIMAQIQF- - 2 x . -'k ,,5ag:,x:,Jg1r,-!-4g!J'5s,s-Q f' 5 '21 li 'Q ' 5 il 1 l 5 r to I 5 I H Q i L l l . HICKCOX YOUNG CONOYER MIERS "Sonny" was a very Allan Miers Young. Brooksrplayed all the "Huildy" Miers was consistent forward who making his First letter positions in such a mana a faithtul forward who put up a hard hgh! f0l' in basket-ball for North ner and Athe team con- WHS 0130 Ol the 11350115 high score man in the Dallas, was the pep- sidered hnn such a mud- why North Dallas won city series, but was piest guard in the city el basket-ball nian that 35 manb' 55111195.35 She passed by Hopper of and was always in there they elected hun cap- did. The tan'-haired lad Oak Cliff. Nevertheless fighting, Allan is a tain oi next year's Will 110i 'Play H110fhC1' he was named an all- versatile athlete, play- squad, VVe bear out SCLISOHVWIUT the Bull- city man, and was al- ing football and base- the team's choice, and 510125, SINCE he gfaf-lUHfC5 ways considered a dau- ball as well as he plays are ekpecting great ill 111119, but we, have gerous opponent, being basket-ball. He is in- things tor North Dal- lllgll hopes f0l' him U1 able to throw the ball deed an asset to the las on the court next Cwllegb- into the .basket front- Orange and VVhite. year. DIFFEY wards, sideways, and F k I I 1 backwards' , HALL DANIELS itraiiilisf ilisiitii-iiiigiiiig SCOX ELL Tullis Hall is a new- Saying that "Dutch" year. although he did- Field portrays that comer to North Dallas. Daniels played basket- n't get in many games. old bulldog spirit. He but is one who has al- hall is the same as say- Nevertheless he has never gives up. VVe ready demonstrated his ing that he made good, ability: knows the game. have seen him Fighting worth to the team and for what does he un- andlhghts hard, three when the rest of the to the school. Tullis dertake in which he qualities which go to team had apparently was a substitute guard does 1101 excel? This mal-ce up a valuable lost all hope. Here's this year. but in all time he made a consis- player, who will enrich hoping to see him back probability will be a tent fighting guard. the winning squad next again next year. regular in '26. Good work, "Dutch." year. "' ' u.....M.L.4 r'mvrn1:z:::m Bm- at . . 1: gt ,t, - .' s! 24es'Q4f i13l?". U jif iw 2 ,t fl r' - Y- Q ". r SME? 5 X ffm-if H W, L ,. V1 E li 5 'ff i t I ' . Tia. vs, Q l , f '- . 2559" fe-X: r,'. :ih- rl fsfw' .-'ffl ' .1 . . -5 is K :fs .1 , . .wx as-3,2 X "ia 11 ' ',r,'..v. , - 1: greg ? . . -'- ,'Ez.i- . 9 - gems 1 fps? . L. ,r. ,rea i -f ,jg .1 M I f .- .r e 3-3???53T'SiT1P s - u 544 FAULK Jimmie Faulk filled the gap in center which Teasley left on graduating. to an amazing perfection, y seemingly being able always to out jump his opponent and being able to toss baskets trom any part . Q of the court. Unfortunately Jimmie was ill toward the latter part ot the season and was out a few P 4 games. He will most likely play again next year. F ii: 3-. ..1ft?.l,'?!'?eh!G'N?9 r 19-f Fmfii' I: A ING 5? -1 10 WK N' 'f?7?'TINT -aj Pngv Eighli Ihre --.,,,1. El auwi-144485 I ' t li E5 ga E 5 i 'l l UPA if ' NN, ldv F N 74 Il l if i 5 fw:-:axnai M f 60 H., .... bf A, -. -.x.. .-.- - I Q-J.. .I :, .N SNC. 'D., 22-Cefzlrrzl, 23 In the opening game of the basket-ball season against Central High, Ft. Worth, the Bulldogs were defeated by only one point, the score being 22 to 23. Conover Was high-point man of the game, having five held-goals to his credit. Cobb and Hiekcox ranked next with two baskets each to their credit. The coach had a Wealth of material from which to pick his team and, accordingly, tried several players in each position. SNC. CD., 18-Oak Cliff, 20 North Dallas opened the city series with a score of 18-20, in favor of Oak Cliff. At the end of the first half the Bulldogs led with a score of 13-6, but the Leopards solved the Bulldogs' defense and allowed them only two goals. lt was a clean game that contained all the Fight for which North Dallas is noted. N. 'D., I8'F0l'65f, I2 ln the second game of the city series, the Orange and White de- feated the Green and White of Forest, 18 to 12, in a fast but clean game. The entire game was close but Forest was never able to solve the tive-man defense of the Bulldogs. Hickcox was high-point man of the game, with Conover running close second. N. TJ., 23--Bryfm, 24 North Dallas went down in defeat for the second time in the series :at the hands of Bryan, 23 to 24. The Bulldogs led the first half with the score of 13 to 12. But the Wolves came back and took the score away from the Orange and White. It seemed that N. D. was a little over-confident and did not play up to par. Keener was high-point man, with Hickcox coming next. Daniels made a fine showing in this game. as fi e n 1 H I 4 is Q.-z.,,1:f.a.n7amsaLwD r - 4.1 1: I3 . I . 5755395 svn' ' .r tr.-,gi Page Eighly-four - -1 I' M I I , . ef aw- ani-U 'K'-'ff' arp- pfefzuuza.- 7 . XAN e - p F". '54-' ' .X-, .4 ,A "... .V "3-. . se 2. is U fp ? v 1. 'T : 3 I 1 f li lf 1 l .TQ TD., 29-Oak Clif, 26 North Dallas next took on the Leopards, trouching them to the score of ZQ to 26. Excellent team-work on the part of the Bulldogs Was re- sponsible for the victory. The Leopards were completely baffled by the brilliant play of the Grange and YVhite. The score at the end of the half was I6 to 13. Hickeox and Conover were high-point men, each scoring nine points. N. 'D., I7-FOVEJZ, IQ North Dallas played a lighting and snappy game against the Forest Lions, but was defeated I7 to 19. The first half was very interesting and ended N. D. 7, Forney 7. The Bulldog defense began to weaken and they were unable to compete with the scoring of Waldon, who did most of the Green scoring. Conover did most of N. D.'s scoring, making six out of sewienteen points. .TNQ iD., 13-fBryfm, 36 In the last game of the series, the Bulldogs took the small end of the horn with a score of 13-36, in favor of Bryan. The Orange and Vfhite quintet were unable to fathom the live-man defense of Bryan. The N. D. defense weakened in the second half and although the Bulldogs tried hard, they were unable to stop the fast Bryan team. Conover and Hickcox led the scoring for North Dallas: Conover made six and Hiekcox four of the thirteen points. N. 'D. 37TPZIZfZ0, IQ N. D. determined to redeem itself for the defeat suffered in their last game in the city and succeeded in downing Plano by a score of 37 to 19. The entire game was a Walk-away. The first half ended with a score of 24.-9. The game was fast and clean, though Plano was unable to solve the N. D. defense. Hickcox took the honors with eight field goals to his credit. Young outshone himself by making six goals. L... -1. Q A-1 ll n' 1 4 , ' is ef .EvSC9p 1 ' 1"HlZ gimme zo frmrw- ar'am':-t"e'.'1 Page Eighly-five , fx "'----an:-nh.. Q 'x J "' ' ' ,j - if Var 1.5 is I - .I " ' A 4v .--zsbxtcdghaglvgg I A -Q 4 w Q W Q' P '3 - '-f r' f.: ' o +-nf-+ ofwow , - Q ..-- , S: 3 I 'U 5 W j 2? -'gag Q ' 5 'Yi :- Q. 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If -.5 iff' .- -- - ., -5 .. s .. rt T f as ' t T P ' . -' Q- i "' 'X' 1 i'i'Tie if T a ' "" 'wg' is ,., , .935 i:""Xf 'i ,Q Cf: " .ff Y i if .. of -fe Q ' - T s ' 2' t Y si A . xg- E.. 11, VSA -ku. 1 5. -g :.b:.-x P . in y TM V I V. g K T - I .Y Q I, 1 J up ,-'1 v 1 I ":., l .Il ':1'1. 43" :-,- Hqvqif, 'GQ' g ". -' fini' . . ,. A. V' ' 'Ag L - . ls.- ' , "fl Q Twp Race, Leif! lu Righl:-McCamey, Bianchi, Finney, NVadsnorth, High, Cobb, Connerty, Cervin, Crenshaw, Faulk, Halley, Whitney, jones, Parrish, Clements, Gravely. .fllztitflv Rose:-Scovcll, Hawes, Hayes, VanDync, Denton, NI. Young, Dilfey, llutlhines, Hickcox, Weaver, Hiett. Hollow Race:-Horn, Daniels, W. Young, Conner, Williams, Gay, Conover, Ht-mzal, Forbes. Baseball Baseball ranks as the second most popular sport at North Dallas. There is an opportunity for individual stars without sacrificing teamwork. l At the time the Viking goes to press, prospects for a snappy winning team are bright. There are several last year's veterans in uniform again this year and over forty men in all from whom to draw reserve strength. There are six letter men about whom Coaches VVilson and VValker will build a crack team. These are as follows: Paul WVilliams, catcher, Fran- cis Daniels, left-iieldg Brooks Conover, center-field, Walter Young: Sam Guyg Loderick Conner. All of these are proved cracks at the game and several are playing their third season. A well-balanced outfield should be selected from the following ma- terial along with the letter men of last year: Miers Young, ,lames Faulk, B. Hiett, Harold Denton. The experienced men probably will have the preference in these positions. No trouble should be encountered in picking a well-rounded, versa- tile iniield. VVith such a wealth of material as Sam Crenshaw, Richard Hickcox, Field Scovell, Lee Hayes, Albert Hawes, Hugh Jones, Howard McCamery, Jerry Henizal, and Sam Yan Dyne, together with the veterans, we should have a team to be proud of. -h First base will be covered probably by Ulman Clements or Percy 5. f Forbes. Our old steady, Paul lfVilliams, will probably cop the honors of 'l , catcher, though Halley, Alto Cervin, and glabby Parrish are close con- li .N tenders. J 54 The pitching staff has more strength than previously. Under the 1 ' diligent coaching of H. Y. VVitmeyer, who has been a professional pitcher, ' ' It some good material ought to be developed. Those under his supervision if il are Charles Cobb, Frank Ditfy, Buster Conerty, and Hamer Huffhines. ,' J E V - - J v' ' Q 1 -',,,y3ggg5g1gp 4'f'ti11'l-tl: VIKING EJ'vs'F"T-491 , nf1 Page Efgllly-right i---- ,L :ilu ' '44W3JAG!H"!D'iN 443' 5 56 ldrack For the first year in the history of North Dallas special attention has been bs' we X I N V Qvirez ay-L-baht-, 4 K . Q'g H - -,Z ' .Q A - 4 g ff ' """' .S E , lf, K ,T lb F X .f T Q ' Q l f paid to the development of a track team. Mr. Baker, track coach, with the C0111- petent aid of Mr. Nutter, has done much toward this development. At the time the Viking goes to press the prospects for a good track team are a good deal better than those of last year. The team is under the leadership of Arthur Howard. With such a man as captain the team ought to progress rap- idly. The first meet of the season was held at Fort W'orth. Seven men were se- lected to go with Coach Baker. They were as follows: Hugh Jones, distance and dzishg Ralleigh Fvans. dashesg -lohn Phillips, reluyg Lawrence Dunlap, quar- ter-mileg Arthur Howard, quarter-mileg B. Parish, mileg Otho Galloway, Pole Vault. These men, although they did l1Ot win high honors, merited much credit for such an exceptionally good showing. ln all, there are thirty-seven men out for the different events. As the season goes on, much hope is held for city. dis- trict, and state honors. i . X Q 1 V sr' "S A it avi -- A greg -,,,,, . 'Ti 1-.iefh fa -,,,--- fa 0 X 3, ...W s I .. , Qmllf' ,Lf f' M 9' K T '7 ., .MAJ -LL Ill ll -.A-.., an he- 1 ca e ii 9? 3 N I has '-:1s.Fv?au5QaLa1bnt+-elf 'ri-u: 1-sfsvnlsfrnwf ,fr"a-v-rf-:si Pug: Eighty-rzinu H 'Seas-.uriznzliba-.-2a.,, fAN c - gs. --.erm-.1-nga!-:Sr-H-1 ada I X f - ' - N., 4 -5. 2. 1-'5 ' -. . 4- 70. if 15 I'- i X l 5 il 21 Q Q I i N I QKG".C...' ' X - , V Tennis , 1. ,, Tennis is rapidly taking its place among the major sports at North Dallas. J W7 v Perfection in this as in other games is ,f I' , ' f reached only through constant practice . and determination to win. North Dal- f X sg:g:g:::EQ:Qg.gk . .:.:Q!gZ:Q!g!f'?ffh.f. las has plenty of determination and if PCP' ' hifi-32-I-'-' I At the time the Viking goes to press i X N-xx 6 the prospects for an exceptionally good X X X' I X tennis team are pleasing. The final I X X matches in both the girls' and the boys' I tournaments have not been played. K F. M. Delaney is the coach again this I Q' f year. 5 .1 Madeline Douglas is a contender tor E I te Q xi,.1-.Af-Qi,-.,, i,eL,vL..,Nf p an Orange D. She is putting her best into it and Will produce results. Nancy Terrell is another aspirant of the much longed for "D.l' She plays a clean game and has a good chance to represent North Dallas. Lela Kate Griffith is one of the most promising girls who reported this season. She has practiced a great deal and should prove of great worth to North Dallas. Others who will help to put out a first-class team are Alene Brandow, Lillian Euless, Cor- rine Kirkpatrick, and Irene Thornhill. Ronald Knickerbocker is back again and is expected to Win the championship. He went into the semi-Finals in the junior division of the City Park tournament and rep- resented North Dallas in singles and doubles, playing the latter with Russell Rogers. Frank O'Bannon is one of the most promising youngsters. He played into the semi-final round last year. He plays a good-brand of tennis but is handicapped by his size. Most probably he will represent North Dallas in doubles. Other boys showing promise of developing into iirst-class players are Martial De- vonst, Balfour Franklin, and Bennett Hardy. North Dallas should put out a First-class tennis team with such material. '1-,Wv1'em54-v1B,...-f 'rl-ci: VIKING H, U Page Ninriy T EF-A xn I -if-A.-f 1


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