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

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I-IE IKIN6 IQ34 V 4 'DEDICATIQINI ll e ofthe gracluating class sincerely appreciating the llelp and encourage- 1 ment given its lay our spon- sor, feel it is only fitting that this VIKING Ive dedi- cated to . . . M iss Helen Sandel. 660 TABLE QF CQNTENTS FACULTY J ...... . CLASS OF JUNE, 1934 CLASS OF JANUARY, 1935 UNIDERCLASSMEN , VALHALLA . . ORGANIZATIONS . FOOTBALL . R. 0. T. C. . . . . . JOKES AND ADS ...... The Viking is published annually by the senior class Of North Dallas High School, Dallas, Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Pa ge Page Texas 4 5 Z4 33 40 43 63 64 68 A' f-:fs px E S Y 'TSX ' .fd ' ' ., 1 i" ,..i,a-..:3, , Nfkwgw, flxj, BQARD CDF EDUCATION V DR. DAVID W. CARTER . . President MRS. W. P. ZUMWALT . . . Vice-President L. O. DQNALD MAJQR W. J. POWELL STARR ARMSTRONG GABE ALLET MRS. W. A. LEEPER E. B. COMSTOCK, Principal ofNortl1 Dallas High School U31 -.Q AQ ,ash 11 B? ,fv-' 2 SY P f 1 'ix - ' A f. 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"5 M Y 'f'l1"'TjxLg-f' 'Q ' - -A Aj ,..-,F liivdf- I' " W1 42,59 'HJ -S ' vi if Of- IQ' 'W I f-5: 1, 'nf FRANK ADAMS Secretary of Kodak Club, Fall, '33, Vice-President of Kodak Club, Spring, ,35, First Lieutenant, Hi-Y, Crack Company, Honor Guard for Vice-President, Football, '31, Basket Ball '32, Track, '31-'52. RUTH AKIN Chemistry Club, '334'34, Gym Demonstration, '30, Cantata, '31-'32, Volley Ball Team, '32. MlNNlI-l41X41 AILORN Girl Reserves, '31-'32, Vollcy Brill Team, '34, MUNREX AI.coRN Spanish Club, '32, Sergeant in Military, Pan-Amcrh can League, '52, Crack Company. DORYS LOUISE AI.I.EN Delphian Literary Society, '30-'31, Gym Demon- stration, '30, One-Act Play, '33, Dramntics Class Three-Act Play, '34. ARLIS ANDERSON Football, Spring, '32, Fall, '31, HELEN ANDERSON Quill and Scroll, Dramatics Class Play, '34, Fea- ture Editor of Crmipaxx. MILDRED AUSTIN FRANK AYRES Pliilosopliizin Club, '32. BEN BALDWIN Kodak Club, Secretary and Treasurer Junior Hi-Y, Corporal R. O. T. C., Hi-Y, Spring '34, Boy Scouts, Star Scout, Perigon Club. lfil ,vi 1? -N -Xi f--vf' RE swf e -Q, ' , f . z if ' Lf-lf, -u.,,,,-.,1:j.'I1iQ,,.,L ,QI emma saggy- new .uw ELIZABETH BENERE Delphian, Spring '3 l. NELL BLACK Girl Reserve: Chorus. CLARA BLOCK Secretary of Home Room, ,3I and '32. DICK BONNER .Aim NW BLANCHARD BOYER All-City Orchestra: Band: Basketball: Hi-Y: Min- istrel: Pan-American League: Sergeant R. O. T. C.: Operctta: Spanish Club: All-City Chorus: N. D Boys' Quartet: Chemistry Club: Home Room Vice- President: Cantata: On Assembly Programs. ALYCE BRADLEY Chemistry Club '32-'33, CATHERINE BRADY City Chorus: Girls' Chorus: Cantata: N. D. a Second Lieutenant, '33g Latin Club, '5l3 junior Cappella Club. Hi-Y, '31, '32: Senior Hi-Y, '32-'33, '33-'34: Chem- istry Club, '33. CHARLES BOWLING Boy Scouts: Member of Chemistry Club: First Ser- geant R. O. T. C. J. W. BRIDEWELL JAMES BRITT '19- 42' 1 L ,ff-V""' xg? F Ml i i A,,Q,,,f' If gf 9,1 ef we - R A MNmF1fEC.fW I GL-3, V H.S.u.xxi Lomwigl WILLIAM BROWN First Lieutenant R. O. T. C.: Linz Pin, '33, Na- tional Honor Society, Adelphi Forensic, '33-'34, Vice- Prcsident of Stamp Club, '33, Spanish Club. PATRICIA BURLEW Chemistry Club, Pan-American League, P:m-Ameri- can Student Forum: Spanish Club. EDWIN CAGE Captain R. O. T. C., Linz Pins, '30, '31, '32, Presi- dent of National Honor Society, '33-'34g Latin Tour- nament, '31, '32, '33g First Place in '33 League of Nations Essay Contest, '33, Editor-in-Chief of Viking, '34, Associate-Fditor of "Listening Post," French Play, '32-'34, President of French Club, Philosophians, President, '32, Secretary of All-City French Club: Crack Company, '33. BETTY CAMERON LAURA MARGARET CANN Delphian Literary Society, '30, '31, Kodak Club '34, Camp Fire Girls, '30-'31, PAT CANTY ANDERSON CARTER SIBYI. CI IANIILER MARGARET CHEATHAM JIM CHAMPION Longview Debate Team: Gladiator Declamation Basket Ball, Track, Philosophian Club, Latin Club, Team. l8l if 'ig Q . 'T 1 S C 5? if , X jf' ff' bd Ex 'A ' .4 - f. gl ,K A f , ""-G2 F? ff f -- - -f-- Y- .--J x,.f w wmgtf ' me ,M Mun .ggaw no-if JENNIE GLENN CIlII.I2S CLARA CLARR Delphian Literary Society, '33-'34, Olympiads, ,35- V34. MILO CLARK Golf Team, '34, Swimming Team and Airplane Club of Northern U. S., Track, Couzlmxx Staff, '33-'34: Assistant Sports Editor and Special Reporter. JEWEL. Coivms Spanish Club, Cant.it,i. HAROLDE COOK National Honor Society: President of Perigon Club, '34, Member of Perigon Club, '33, '34, Chemistry Club, '34g Model Airplane Club, '33. CAREN COUCH Chemistry Club, '34, Dclphian Literary Society, '53, Secretary of 4-li Class, Spanish Club, '31-'32, Quill and Scroll. DAVE CROXVLEY Chemistry Club, '54, First Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. MAIRGARET CROWLEY Gym Demonstration, ,505 Spanish Club, '30, Volley Ball Team, '32. ELMER DALTON lfirst Lieutenant, R. O. T, C. ALBIERT QRUEJ DAVIS junior Hi-Y, '30-'31, Senior Hi-Y, President, '34, Sergeant in R. O. T. C., Kodak Club, '33, Camp Dallas, '3O. L9 'iliac - A-P5 ffm' e . A - -,,m,4iZi.' .4-5" f 3 'fake ' mlm .-FMS. DONALD DAWSON First Lieutenant in R. O. T. C.g in Military Band, '31, '32, '33, '34, Camp Dallas, '32, Chemistry Club, '33, '34, Kodak Club, Compass Staff, '32, ROBERT DEGENPIARDT President of Home Room. WINSTON D'ORBANDT Vice-President of TV-A Class, June, '34g Baseball Team, '33-'34, Track Team, '33-'34. W. D. DOWNS MARGUERITE DUCKWORTH Latin club, '33, '34: Kodak Club, '33-'34, HOWARDINE DUNCAN Delphian. EVELYN EGGEBRECHT JANICE EMRICK Delphian Literary Society, '33, '34, Vice-President, '33, Kodak Club, '33-'34, Vice-President of Physics Club. MARY EVANS Delphian Literary Society, '33-'34, Art and Crafts, '33-'34, Kodak Club, '33. GERALDINE FARR Linz Pin, '31, Dclphian Literary Society, '30, '31, Comjmsx Agcntg Chemistry Club: Art Editor of Viking, Latin Club, '3l. IIOJ ' ii? A R' M s P ' .,--f. , :PS sa ,-W p -iflitm., . - ,H ,., L, it an M-...un ..fQ?W,5,'3"" ae- ,yu wet' F' ,F ,Q ,- ' rr.. :X Q Y bw if s If 3 , 1 5 N ,Ziff dr , sir BUSTER FORD DOROTHY JEAN GREEN Cantata, uil1 and Scroll, Kodak Club, Girl First Lieutenant, Glce Club, N. D. Quartet, A11- Q City Chorus, Opcretta, Crack Company. ATHOL FREW Scouts, Compass Staff, City Chorus. ROGER GREENWELL EDWARD GRUBE Second Lieutenant in R. O. Ti. C., Crack Company, LESLIE GARNER '31, Stamp Club, '31, '32, Chemistry Club, '34, Base- Camp Dallas, Spanish Club, Parade. EMMA DOVE GAY Pan-American League, '33, '34, Spanish Club, '31, Secretary, '32, Perigon Club, '31, Chemistry Club, '32, Linz Pin, '31. KENNETH GOODSON Football Letterman, '32, '33, All-City Football Team, '33, Letterman in Baseball, '33-'34, Basket Ball, '34, Track, '33, '34, District and State Meets, Sergeant in R. O, T. C. Band, Honor Band, Orches- era Sports, Editor of Crnzzfmxx, '34, Senior Hi-Y. ball, Compass Columnist, '34, Glee Club, '31, '32, '33, '34, Dallas All-City Chorus, '31, '32, '33, Rifle Team, '33, '34, Member of North Dallas Quartet, Minis- trels of '32, Operetta, '31, '32, '33. ANITA GUY Linz Pins, '32, '33, Girl Reserves, '33-'34, Delphian Literary Society, '33, '34, French Club, '33-'34, Na- tional Honor Society, Library Assistant, Kodak Club, Chemistry Club, '34. ANN!-LTTE GUY Linz Pins, '32, '33, Girl Reserves, '33, '34, Del- phians, '33, '34, French Club, '33-'34, National Honor Society, Library Assistant, Kodak Club: Chemistry Club, '34. ,QWH if 53,3 'bk ig . , '. , '51 -',wrf, ' f ""' 'RM se Vw" siiiiif? 'Q Q T' ' 455 1 513593 3 'gales " '34 " gif' . , 4,2 ,QW ,,.. Af- Y: eu 1 , xi f A I -XC I -ff-'Y fi wsf , L ., 5 A 5,14 ..,.,.,,l1k-,A A.. . .C,x-N-fvgkv ,PJ-xg, I? RUBY HALL Library Assistant, '32-'34, Girl Reserves, '32-'34, Chemistry Club, '34, Kodak Club, Perigon Club, '31, Stamp Club. '33, MARY NELL HANCOCK ELIZABETH HARDY Linv Pins, '31, '32, '33, Latin Club, '32, '33, Presi- dent in '33-'34, Kodak Club, '33-'34, Dclphian Liter- ary Society, '33-'34, Latin Tournament, '33, National Honor Society, Viking Staff, '34, Secretary of Physics Class, '33, Library Assistant, MARX' IRFNF HARRIS Pan-American League. KIOHN HARRISON Camp Dallas, '30, '31, '32, Captain, R. O. T. C., Chemistry Club. '34, Football Letterman, '33, Track, '33, KIANITA l'lIiMPHIl.I. Girl Scout, '31, Delphian Literary Society, President '33, '34, Girl Reserves, '32, '33, Library Assistan '33, '34, Gym Demonstration, '31, Olympiad, '. . , Viking Staff. DOROTHY Hiass Chemistry Club. CHARLES HICKIEY 33 '34 Efficiency Ribbon, '32, First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. Crack Company, '32, Rifle Team, '32. CHARLES HILL Kodak Club, Camp Dallas, '3lf'32, lffficieney Rib bon, '30, '31, '32, Cbemistry Club, '34, Spanish Club Model Airplane Club, Radio Club, Captain R,O.T.C. 24lO Merit Club, Craelt Company, '30, '31, '32, Honor Guard, Rifle Team, '31, Viking Staff, '33. ,IANICE Hllil. National Honor Society, l,in7 Pin, '3 I, '32, '33, Del phian Literary Society, '32, '33, '34, Kodak Club, '33 '31, irl Reserves, '33, '34, Chemistry Club, '34, ing Staff. Vik W? Q- 1 5 -ag: 'QQ'- ms l12l ""' xi: Tig? R vf' P F f""" 7r ' 5 5 F 5 I ' X ...ay ' ,' Q 'if' Q3 . Ei-ef7..i,,,LE-,.-ni.'1, , k,,.kAJJgRwNPJ-xi,. N ' 'QQ J V . Q imma Y. MARGARET NELL HILL Latin Tournament, '31, Delphian Literary Society, '31, '32, '33, '34, Girl Reserves, Secretary, '33, '34, French Club, Secretary, '33, '34, National Honor So- ciety, Secretary, Linz Pins, '31, '32, '33, Viking Staff, '34, Library Assistant, '33, '34. FRANCES HODKIN Girl Reserves, Chemistry Club. MARTHA HOGG Olympiads, Treasurer, '33, '34, Girl Scouts, '33-'34, Captain of Guards, '33-'34, Delphian Literary Society, '33-'34, Volley Ball Letter, '34. JAMES HOPKINS Debate Team, '34, Captain in R. O. T. C, Rifle Team, '31, '32, '33, '34, Camp Dallas Efficiency Medal, President of Philosophians, '32, Secretary of Adelphi Forensic Club '34, President of Latin Club, '33, Senior Hi-Y, '33-'34, Kodak Club, Chemistry Club, '34, Viking and Compass Staffs. ENID HORN Delphians, Girl Reserves, Vice President of Home Room. ED HORSLEY Chemistry Club, '34, Philosophian Club, Arts and Crafts Club, Band, '30-'31, '32, '33, Library Assist- ant, '30, '31, '32, Compass Staff, Spanish Club, '30. BETTIE HOWELLS Dclphian Literary Society, '31, '32, '33, Spanish Club, '32, '34, Pan-American, '32-'34, Correspondence Club, '33, Comjmss Agent, Pan-American Pageant, '33. OT'HELLA JACOBS Delphians, Girl Reserves, One-act Plays, "A Dream That Came True." BERTHA MAE JERNIGAN Spanish Club. FRANK JOHNSON First Lieutenant R. O. T. C., Camp Dallas, '30, '31, '32, Crack Company, '31, '32, '33, Sergeant-at-Arms in Senior Hi-Y, 1933 Football Squad, Kodak Club, '32, '33, Latin Club, '31, '32, Perigon Club, '32, Reporter of Chemistry Club, '34, Comfrari Staff, '33, Track Manager, '34. v?,R " 1 I E5 53' 'Xa if A-Txfxilmn, f . ff '- 5-lf .f ' E M- E- ffvf GL-f Qmuzzc Lffgwagg MARGARET JOHNSON LENORE KERLEY Girl Reserves, ,32, Girl Reserves, Girl Scouts. EARL JONES Member of Kodak Club, '55-'34, Member Of Chem- istry Club, ,34. JULIA JONES MURRY KENNEDY OUIDA CLAIRE KENTON ALICE KIRKLEY Chemistry Club, Arts and Crafts Club, Letter in Volley Ball, '5-l. BOB KNIGIIT Vice-President of Chemistry Club, '54, Captain in R. O. T. C., '54, Reporter for junior HiAY, '32, Senior Hi'Y, '53-34, Camp Dallas, ,32-'33, President of Home Room Class, '33, Rifle Team, '33-,345 Philo- sopliian Club, '50-'31, Crack Company, ,33. LOUIS KRAMER Band, '51-'54, Captain in Band, '34q Camp Dallas. 31332 KATHI.El2N LAKE Chemistry Club, Linz Pin, '33g Girl Reserves, '50. Swimming Club. K 'is D. l' it' i 14 iv-xi, Ti? 'Ax Vw .QT 'gr -T13-fix.- f ,- , ..,,,X' ,,-.f-- f-J Sf? GLQ 5 E fqgkmi HARRY LANGLEY First Lieutenant in R. O. T. C., Spanish Club: Chemistry Club, Football, '32-'33, Golf, '52, MATTYI5 SUE LA BLANC President of Girl Reserves, Spanish Club. '32-'33: Operettasg Cantatasg Gym Demonstration, Vodvil Club, '32. EDGAR LEDLRMAN Sergeant R. O. T. C., Footballg Kodak Clubg Dad's Club. HELEN LIMPKE Gym Demonstration, ,313 Volley Ball Team, '33-'34, 'Linz Pin, '33, Pan-American Students' Forum '33-'34g Viking Staff, '34. FRANK LOPER Track I VIRGINIA LUCAS Delphians, '30, Secretary of Spanish Club, '32, Spau- ish Club, '30-,32g Girl Reserves, '32-'34g Vlleing Staff, '34, Assistant Editor of Compass, '34g Linz Pin, ,32-'35, Quill and Scroll, '34, Floor Agent and Re- porter for Conzfmxx, '35-'34, BILLY MARSCIIALL MILBURN MLQCRLDIE Major, R. O. T. C., Cheer Leader, '52-'35, Camp Dallas, '50-,325 Crack C mpany, '31-'34g Latin Club, 313523 Chemistry Club, Junior Hi-Y, '31-'32g Senior Hi-Y, Orchestra, '51-'54, Operetta, '32, Football Tickets, ,334 Comfmix Staff, '32-'34, Noribvr Staff, UZ, FRANCIS MCCRARY Spanish Club, Girl Reserves, All-City Chorus, Opcrcttn. MARIE MLLIVIALR Viking Staff, Olympiadsg Gym Demonstration, ,315 Treasurer of Chemistry Class, 'SL U51 ,,- 3 Q , f - c hs ff--'7' ' 4 Q 5' , X, , "' f 5. I X X- O y ,, - ., , A ny I I4 .1,,...---- - K Q, ., I L 4, , ,fi , 1. X .--fy-, -- ,, , , ,.,A,,.f- 4,1 .ff 1 L A - " " '-X' ' "s 1 ' ffm' I .C I y 'lf,.,,5,25 I, i,--mn ---M ,YW - Numa QFQ 'K .fn- nw BILI, MQKEE Chemistry Club, '32-'Hg Baseball Squad. '33-'54. CORN!-ILIA MKZKINNEN' Adelphi Forensic: Clgiiiuug Volley Ball. MARY' EI,IzAisI-.'rH lNlClNUT1' NI1tiOn.Il Honor Suuielyg Cllicinisiry Club: l.in,' Pins. '32-'FIM lnlllll 'l1ULll'l1LlINCI1f, lil. GliOIiKSI4l MIZASON President of Chemistry Club, 'Fr-1: Second Lieutcn nm in R. O. T. C.: CrrIckCmnp.1ny, '52. VIRGINIA MIT'lIHIEI.L Secretary of Delpliinns, '3-lg ViceAPresidem of Girl Reserves, ,345 Olympiadsg Cfuirzjnm Staff, '32-'Hg Li- brary Assistant, '33-'34: Gym Ilemonstration. 'filg lux- remporaneous Speaking Contest, '34, 'wx KIANII, MCJORE MAI! Y MOORE LA WRI-, NCI. NlORRL1.1. AIAILR MORRIS Secretary of Stamp Clulmg Quill and Scroll: Business Manager of Cozrzjnm. MARION MC7SI.EY Fuurball, '31-'Big linskeilull, '31-'3-lg Ngitiunil Humor Society: Quill .lI1Ll Serullg Senior Hi-Yg Presi- dent of Senior Cfl.Issg Scrgeaiir Of R. O. T. C.: Linz Pins, 350332. maj "" 1' -. W ' s Z B? 7: ' 5 2 ? s -X ' I' 2 :QV uf? Y? if Y - W, 2,1-bt-A-2- - .A . -A-.J-A gk... P44 ' GLA Luau LEQV Q" f f -. HHH' ROSE NEIGHBORS National Honor Society, Delphians, Viking Staff, Spanish Club, '31-'32, Linz Pins, '31-'33. EDNA NESMITH Vice-President of French Club, '34, Gym Demon- su-ation. JANE NEWTON Chemistry Club, Secretary, '32, Gym Demonstration. RUBY GENE NOELL Editor of Compass, President of Arts and Crafts Club, '33-'34, Member of Quill and Scroll, journalism Club, Art Work on Viking, Spanish Club, '31-'32, Delphian Club, '31-'32, Honor Roll, '33-'34. EMMA CATHERINE NOLAN Yell Leader, Assemblies, Floor Shows, Guard, Oper- ettas, Danced in Senior Plays, "A Dream That Came True", Girl Scouts, Compass Staff. GRACE NUNGEZER ELVA MAE OLIVER IRENE O,SHEA ROSWELL PAINE Compass Staff, '33-'34, Major in R. O. T. C., Camp Dallas, '30-'53, Crack Company, '51-'53, President of junior Hi-Y, '32, Secretary of Senior Hi-Y, '34, Phi- losophians, '31-,325 Secretary of Philosophians, '32, Kodak Club, '33, Capital Drill Squad, '34, Most Ef- ficient Platoon Commander, '33, Linz Pin, '31, Viking Staff, '34. ELISE PALMER Delphians, '30-'31, Girl Reserves, '31-,32, Olym- piads, 33'-'34, Cantata, '33, Gym Demonstration, Vol- ley Ball Team, '34, Linz Pins, '31-'33, National Honor Society, Chemistry Club. 1:17 ,gg- a .3 ' ...XX , .HE sa Q' " .41 .. L .L A M'-"A , lf' '-33-55.2 .ff f -A .A-7 -A. -NpC,-,,,ff,C, L L, ,,,..,,.N ,M,.w my 5 .,, ,,, L, ,W ZZ? Av, ,, NORMAN PHIIIIIIS R. G. PHILLIPS Spanish Club, Treasurcrg Operctta: Cmrzpusi Agent Cantatag President, Kodak Club. AR'I'HUR1JIlZKIiNS Sergeant R. O. T. C. LUQILLIQ PIN'I'o Pan-American Student Forum: Spanish Clubg Del- phians, '32. JULIAN PORII-R Sergeant R. O. T. C. .aww BILI.IIa PULLMAN All-City Chorusg Football: R. O. T. C., Scrgeantg Crack Compmnyg All-City Orclmcstrag Trackg Football. PAUI. RAINWATER Stamp Clubg PIIII-Americnng Arts and Crafts. DoIxo'rHY RAYMOND Arts and Crafts: Viking Statf. MARGzXRLT REC1HlfNBERG Vice-President of Arr Clubg hlcnnisg Yell Leader. ELIZABETH RLIIIJING Delphiansg Arts and Crafts Club: Secretary of Arts .Ind Crafts Club, 'Sig Publicity Manager of Arts and Crafts Club, '54g Art Stuff of Viking, '54. ffl Hr-ef' -o-A, T18 4' if 'T .0-7f' V2 S v -ff' 3 H H A- , ,Lf.,..--.,g:g1.g,,f,12 af Luau n2.Q5x'5c!5n LORINE REEVES KATHLEEN RooD Chemistry Clubg Quill and Scrollg Managing Editor Volley Ball Team: Cmupuxx Staff. of Compass. DOROTHY RICHARDS JESSIE Ross CLARENCE ROSSER BILL RICHARDSON Spanish Club- First Lieutenant in R. O. T. C.g Comfmxx Staffg Base- ball Team, '353 Hi-Y. MAURICE RIKE Glce Clubg City Chnrusg Opcrctta. VIRGINIA ROGERS Olympiads, '32-'54g Secretary of Olympiads, '54g Chemistry Club, ,55g National Honor Societyg Linz Pins, '31-'33g Viking Staff. FRANCIS RUDINE National Honor Societyg Quill and Scrollg Kodak Clubg Assistant Editor of CIIIIIIIUSX, '53g Linz Pins, '32-'33. EDWARD SAMMONS Major in R. O. T. C.g Norlbcr Agcntg Crack Com- panyg One-act Play: Comlmsx Agcntg Camp Dallasg Opercttag Officers' Clubg Glcc Clubg Chemistry Clubg Pan-Americang Senior Hi-Y. Ont 1'-'im-gi-,if I 19 45?- 1 1 Q K.-.I ,, I 3 3 if As: L, -s +.i ff' 'Z' ',fi,1gF?0f S WSL-41 A--A My .- ffxf , 3 1- . 'II fre. ' ' xii'- il THEDA SCALLAN Girl Reserves, Cantata. LUCILLE SELBY Secretary of Chemistry Club, '34, French Club, '33-'34, Viking Staff, '33-'34, Secretary Home Room, '33-'34, Compass Staff. KATIE SIQLTZER French Club. GERALDINE STRAIN BESS SHEPPARD Delphian Club, ,32, '33, '34, Olympiads, '34, Chem- istry Club, ,34, Girl Rcscrvcs, ,32, '33, '34, French Club, '34. GENEVIEVE SHIPP Girl Reserves, '33-'34. J. B. SMITH Crack Company, '32-,33, Camp Dallas, '33, Cadet Captain, Glee Club, All-City Chorus, '33, President Model Airplane Club. SUI: SMITH Linz Pins, '31-'32, Spelling Contest, '32, Chemistry Club, '33, Spanish Club, '33, Latin Club, '31-'32. VVILLIAM SMITH Chemistry Club, Dad's Club, Crack Company, Ten- Ills. H. H. SPENCER First Lieutenant, Band, Kodak Club, Dramatic Club Play, Guard. 201 ' 4' X-bg ,.-f.f' ff' ' Q nf L ,Max ,,.,Xf,-N. my aaunug Q29 'ik JAUNITA TABER ANN TALIAFERRO Guardg Delphians. MINNIE TALIAFERRO OLIVER THOMAS All-City Clwrusg Kodak Club LENORIE THOMPSON -A9 iw - . xr, Lg:i1"'Z5', Fff ' figs " 'e......2LT. ..ffW5"5',g35, was ,f"v IWW 43,57 CHARLES TOWNSEND Kodak Club, Corporal in Band. BILLY TRABUE R. O. T. C., Lieutenant-Colonel, Track Squad, '31- '53, Crack Company, '31-'33, Camp Dallas, '51-'33, Senior Ili-Y, '53-'54, Chemistry Club, '34, Philoso- phian Club, '31-'33, Crack Drill Squad, '34, Home Room President. '32. JANE TRAVERS Spanish Club, 'HI-'31, Cantata. 'H-'32, Girl Rc- serves, '32. MARGARET TRESP Pan-American, '33, Vice-President of latin Club, National Honor Society, '33-'34, Spanish Club, '32, Assistant lfditor of Viking, '34, l.in1 Pin, '33, Spanish Correspondence Club, '33-'34: Latin Tournament, '32-'33. RUTH TYLER Delpliian Club, '33-'34, Arts and Crafts Club. '33- '3-4, liotlalt Club, '33. T1-1Eo VALENTINE GERALDINE WAGGLF 2' Tennis Team. JACK XVALKER Perigon Club, '30-'33, Stamp Club, '30-'34, Treas- urer of Stamp Club, '33, R. O.T.C., Second Lieu- tenant, Kodak Club, '34, Camp Dallas, '53, JOHN WARD R. O. T. C., Sergeant, junior Spelling Team, '32, Bible l.in7 Pin, '33, Treasurer of IV A Class. .TAMES WATSON Football, '30-'33, Lettered, '52-'33, All-City, '33, R. O. T. C. Sergeant, Rifle Team, '31-'32, Vice-Presb tlent Senior Hi-Y, Chemistry Club: junior Hi-Y, Al- ternate in Latin Tournament, Vice-President of Senior Class, Linr Pins, '30-'Biz National Honor Society, Track. '33-'3-4. 1 'V' wp., ' T221 'Clif - 1 Z t 1 . . , 'asf ef' fifth, L Le.- ,egg ROBERT WEAKLY EDITH WEED . Chemistry Club, '52-'54, Quill and Scroll, '33-'34: Chemistry Club' Pan-American Medical Conference Pageant, Feature Editor of Compass, '34, Columnist of Compass, '33-'34. SARAH WHEDBEE MARANELLE WEAVER Christmas emma, Viking Home Room Agent. Atkinson, David Byrd, Carlisle Chamness, Leland Crump, Edmond Dillion, Clinton Goldman, Jimmy Jones, Hugh LoBello, Kola Lyons, Gordon Murphy, Oscar LOUISE WITHROW 'Y NOT IN THE PICTURES Parker, R. Pitts, Arthur Raycroft, Graham Russell, Billy Southern, Johnie Stallings, Bill Whaling, Horace Wilborn, Jack Williams, Eldon Bannister, Corinna Calhoun, Lavelle Clark, Margaret Denton, Jane Dodson, Catherine Dosier, Marguerite Downs, Marjorie Harper, Bernice Herring, Sibyl Williamson, Cleo i231 A l rf an W, fe. : gf "+iix.i 7 gtiy' If' f ---AVA-my-1-A-ft - --.f.,-..,- .f.:...-.. MAX,- QLD Class Ol January, T935 G F F I C E R S FALL TERM HOWARD EDNVARDS . . . Pl'L'Sidl III' STANLEY NEELY View-Prcsidmi FRANCES BURNS . Svvretar i GEORGE KERSHAW . Trvaszmr M. M. MYERS . Sponim SPRING TERM HOWARD EDWARDS . . . . . . President GEORGE KERSHAW . . Vive-Presidwzl FRANCES CRAR3 . Secretary STANLEY NEELY . Treasum MABEL BALDWIN Spomor ROBERT BATES LEONARD BERRLEY . I Crack Company, '31-'52, Kodak Club, '33-'54 Linz R' O' T' C" First Sergeant' Crack Company' Pin, '52, Lieutenant in R. O. T. C.g Secretary of Phi CLEO BELL losopliian Club, '51g Treasurer of Philosophian Club '32g Viking Staff. JOHN BERRY Cantata, ,33: Lin7 Pin, 'll' 33, Norllwr Agent, Rifle Team: Chemistry Club LEAN BLACRBURN Boy Scouts, 3293325 Linz Pins. '32-'35g Lieutenant ' in R. O. T. C., Chemistry Club, 33334: Viking Staff, A--4. 'P' -4. E241 JUN! S'-c Wi Q' -S is . 1 w f f QNX... ff-ff ff Z'k'4.zfff -R--e.LL.-L.,- L. A .-., 351- I ' r v--rf-'F , 'ff-,. ,ip N gf' V "' WILSON BOND All-Ciry Chorusg R. O. T. C., Muster Sergeant, Glue Clubg Operetta, '55-,34. Linz Pin HARIDY BROXVN FRANCES BURNS 5 Secretary january, '55 VVILLIF CHAPIAAN HUGH CLAYTON lfoorbnll Class. B. H. COLEMAN Football, Glee Clubg City Choral Club, Operetxng R. O. T. C., Sergeantg Crack Compnnyg Baskclball. WALTER COLEMAN Treasurer, Pcrigon Club, '33, Vice-Presideni, limlnli Club, '53, Chemistry Club, '34q NntiLnnl llmmr Su- ciety, '33-'34g Print Shop. '53-34. NTERNICE COORE Band, First Sergeant, R. O. T. C. FRANCES CRAIG Girl Reserves. JOHN DAY Sergeant in R. O. T. C.g Spanish Club, '31. f"k'f"hf E25 was A A-A ,fit 1? 'X ' A' l Q EU tis' ' A, N, t-?trAt., C , bww ,wJ-QQ, fff" GLA' a.g,.,,,,,, ,ggifavsv ""' ft?" ...wiv ?""Tt' El.IZABliT1-I LJEES National Honor Society, Girl Reserves, Kodak Clubj Chemistry Club, Criuzjmix Agent. LJORA DI-1NIIoI.I.I2M Chemistry Club, Girl Reserves. lVlAR'I'llA DYER l'lOW'ARD EDWARDS Camp Dallas, '32-'33, First Lieutenant in R.O.T.C., Crack Company, '32-'35, President of Graduating Class of january, '55, Trnek, '32, Camp Dallas Ff- heieney Medal, '33, Assistant Business Manager of Viking. LoUIsIi ELMORE Pan-American: Spanish Club, Delphians. 'f-'MN 'uf YC .D C ,W L L -C HUKJH ERWIN Officer in R. O. T. C., Camp Dallas, '31-'33, Camp Dallas Rifle Team, '33, junior Hi-Y, '32, Senior Hi-Y, '53-'34, Crack Company. '32, Chemistry Club, '34, Viking Staff. KIUANITA FIQRRELI. Latin Club, '31, Delphian Club, '51, Linz Pin, '32, Olympiael Club. '33-'54. MII.DItI-QD FoItBFs BERTIIA FRITZ Girl Reserves, Viking Staff, Linz Pins, 3, Linz Bible Award, Spanish Club. WILLIAM GIBSON First Lieutenant in R. O. T. C., National Honor Society, Chemistry Club, junior Hi-Y, '31-'32, Senior Hi-Y, '33-'34, Lin7 Pins, '32-'53, Vice-President of Adelphi Forensic Club: Debating Team. 'Y weft X. 261 'ii 5? A , H25 l 4 an mm .208-fgh 'rs -'IS 04' Q I BERNADINE GLADDEN CONNOR HAMMOND Secretary of Home Room, Gym Demonstration. FRANCES HERRING ALVIN GRATZEL Spanish Club, '30, Cantata, '30-'32, Operetta, '33. Pan-American Student Forum, National Honor So- ciety, Linz Pins, 5, Spanish Correspondence Club. ANITA HEWITT LILA FAYE GREGORY Olympiad Club, Operetta, '31, Latin Club, '32. JUNE HILLYER MARGARET HALL Pan-American Forum, Delphians, National Honor Pan-American League, Dclpliiansg Spanish Club, Society, Stamp Club, Viking Staff, Compass Agent. Latin Club. ROY HUFITINGTON STANLEY PIA1-L Pan-American Students' Forum, Linz Pins, 2. l27l dill? A -xx we if . wewfe .,e,,Q1g...,u 3-Fifi' Af 5 amd F THIQLM A KIOH NSON GEORGE KERSHAW Pan-American Students' Forumg Business Manager of Viking Staff, Senior HiAY, Camp Dallas, '5 I-'32, Lin7 Pins, ,32-'33, First Lieutenant in R. O. T. C., Older Boys' Conference, Austin, 'BBQ Treasurer of Class, Fall, '33, Vice-President of Class, Fall, '34, Crack Company. RAYMOND Lliw 'IS CHAR1 ES E. LIIIITWIQII First Sergesnt, R. O. 'lv C GLIQN NlCDONAl,D 19" eww 'Wh ar' 1-.., 581 FRANK MCGRATH IJONALD MACKAY Kodak Club: Rifle Team. DORIS MACKAY Louisn D. MITCHEI.I. Guard '32, '54, Cantata. ,IUANITA MCDNSCiHKli mv f" ji? nk -ii X-V gl? 5 S -' 5 -"T"' ' 1. E gi' 23 pd --'71 af-NT5?-N-,A U ?-,MV x Ax' Y-X FJ XT-X410 , a.L.su.xg5 Ygf'f3'5'x91E!3'zx " VY IQ 9. fs' K . ,. ,V 4' . vw :if , A - i ., J' "' QQ, f P' x . 5 ' sg, Ax LEX i .xv A aw. g W LEE MUMEORD DOROTHX' O,NIiAL Kodak Club. Girl Reserves, '53-'34, Chemistry Club, '34, Latin Club, ,31. IRIS NEAL Kodak Club, Captain of Guards, '33-'34, Guard, '31-'52, Gym Demonstration, '31g Pan-American Pageant, '53g Compass Staff, '34, Library Assistant, '34. STANLEY NEELY Treasurer of Hi-Y, ,343 Pan-American Students' Forumg Football '31-'54, Second Lieutenant R.O.T.C.: Linz Pins, ,32-'33, National Honor Society. MLMI NELMS MAR,l0RIPl ORMSBY Girl Reserves. ELIZABETH PRATLEY ADELE RANDELL WILLIAM RICHIQY PEGGY NESBITT Kodak Club, '32-'53, Pan'Amcrican Club, ,355 Span- ish Club, '3l. A C E291 'Tig . - , 1 Y If 2,3 2 S 9 5? -E l iii ,,'-f-I! ff' ,,f,'1'gifg'fS. In ig.. '-+--:R--f1w..f1--,..,.,. , D.,-L,MW,f1,,,,O ,J Xf,,,,.L. - fair p p p ,,, ,,,,, ,geswfne-ff' ,,-. GEL MINNIIi ROGERS Latin Club, '31, Latin Tournament, '31, Girl Re- serves, '31-'34, Treasurer of Girl Reserves, '33-'34, Vollcy Ball Team, Chemistry Club, '34, Quill Scroll, '34, Compass Staff, Linz Pins, '32, '33, Guard, '33, Gym Demonstration, '31, Floor Agent Compass. KATIE ROY MARGARET RUSSELL EIJNA RUST DOROTHY JANE SANDERS '34' and for JOHNNY THOMPSON Pan-American Students' Forum, '32-'33, Secretary- Treasurer, Spanish Correspondence Club, '33, Assembly Programs, '33, R. O. T. C., Lieutenant, All-City Or- chestra, Orchestra, '31-'34, Crack Company, '53, Camp Dallas, '34, Operetta, '32. MELBA STEVENS National Honor Society, Girl Reserves, Chemistry Club, Linz Pin, '32. SHERWIN SMITH Chemistry Club. HAROLD SMITH Boy Scouts, President and Second Lieutenant, Camp Dallas, Officer of Guard, Kodak Club, Chemistry Club. EVELYN SMITH Spanish Club, '31-'32, Pan-American League, '32, Gym Demonstration, '31, Girl Reserves, '31-'34, Re- porter for Cawlmsx Staff, '34, Linz Pins, '32-'33. GISOJ P? ass" 1.31 2 143, QU' 1. . wr" f i-5 'Rf P , I a ,ff ai, HQ 'fb ,ai ,I , ivf lg, Li 1 715, Q3 13312 sf :' , .. E., . 5, , Vi ., ' 1,2 T' B ' aa' S. -if 4 ,, ,,.L iv .ii lx ,QJ , .1 L3 . TQ.. ,L ""T',,, ff gat' -,jg 1 f X - f A - - ,,.,,-, ,..Jx'A,- ,xa 'QW t M 1 RQSEMARY SLATER -1'3"' KATY SUE VAUGHN Pan-American, Norfbm' Agent, '53, Delphiansg Girl Chemistry Club, Girl Reserves, Kodak Club. Reserves, Spanish Club. EDD SHIPP R. O. T. C., First Sergeant, Crack Squad, '34, Crack Company, '32, Football, '32. JAMES SHELTON First Lieutenant, R. O. T. C., Kodak Club. IRENE SHEFFIELD Kodak Club. ALEXANDER SCHUMAKER Kodak Club. MINNIE PEARL WALTON Delphiansq Viking Staff, City Chorus, Girl Reserves MARTHA WATKINS Arts and Crafts Club, ROBERT WATSON Business Staff of Viking, Chemistry Clubg Linz Pins. 35 National Honor Society, Latin Club, Lieutenant in R. O. T. C.g Stamp Club. PAUL WESTDYKE R. O. T. C., Sergeant, Comjraxx Agent, '33-'54g Spanish Correspondence Club, ,35-'34, Chemistry Club, '52, Nurflwr Agent, '51-'55, Spanish Club, ,31g Crack Company, '32. E311 bfi? Fx .. ,wwvxx 1 Lv 'aa tg, f TTZERM- .,. . --.1-,,d,i...-- ,--1-'xiife Lita! ' G1-1 LW-.- , . . L - . -Q-'fain JOHNITA WHITENER Valley Ball Team. THEDA YOUNG CLASS MEMBERS NOT IN PICTURES Ahern, John Bauer, Oliver B. Bond, Wilson Bowling, Charles Buchanan, J. T. Campion, Jimmy Chest, Harry Clark, Richard Claybrook, Billie Cobb, Roland Coffee, Clifton Allen, Marie Brin, Doris Carter, Catheryn Dooley, Helen in C. B. CHRISTENSEN HAZEL ELKINS . NEWT HANNA . JACK KEDDIE . FAYE KEYES . . jack LANNING . JACK SMITH . . BOYS Collins, Thomas Cook, Leland Crouch, Holt Daniel, Alva Dewecd, Russell Dillion, Clinton Ford, Truman Hiller, Maurice Johnson, Lee Kinman, Dick Lyons, Gordon GIRLS Green, Dorothy Jean Green, Myrtie Bell McWilliams, Elizabeth Newman, Kathryn Pearce, Bonnie Orr, Wade Parker, R. J. Phillips, Norman Pitts, Truett Randall, George Ray, Oscar Scott, Robert Self, Vaughn Storey, Lanier Swain, David Turquette, Cecil Raymond, Dorothy Rogers, Minnie Rood, Kathleen Stevens, Virginia Lee JMEIHUFIHIII Class of June, '34 Class of june, ,36 Class of June, '35 Class of June, '37 Class of June, '34 Class of June, ,37 Class of June, ,35 LS2TST lg ?i" B' lvl Q g STS ff"-7 z ' 'Q 2 P ufsi ' if, - ' K ,, -eL,,,-QIff'Ti::s. Ay, """" ,af" wlmtks ffi f n - A -- , V Na, ,fried ,-f,,..-e ,gf V i 'g'1.,J Y ir, Pungaaasas s12L ,1ElJi W me Clirlxz Aaron, Dorothy Abernathy. Bctty Abrams, Genevive Adams, Fay Adkins, Juanita Alt, Gertrude Armstrong. Myrtle Bascue, Maxine Blakey, Corynne Brasil. Mary Jane Buck, Bobby Cantwell, Florene Cantwell, Ruth Casper, Ruby Chapman, Willie Cheek, Dorothy Che1'ry, Marie Clifton, Hildegarde Cook, Florence Crawford, Anna Lea Curry, Jane Decatur. Dorothy Dentan, Carol Dorbandt, Frances Downs, Marjorie Dunham, llulcie Edwards, Martha Egloil, Enid Eldin, Marcela Elmore, Louise Field, Mary Jane French, Marianne Garrison, Marjorie Haley, Julia Hamilton, Bettie Harper, Jewell Hawkins, Geraldine Hayes, Dorothy Heath, Muriel Class oi June, 1935 Hellman, Grace Herring, Gertrude Hill, Fannie Lee Holler, Ollie V. Hunt, Dorothy Jacobs, Loris Johnson, Velma Jones, Maree Junge, Lois Keathly, Doris Kizer, Ruth Labenski, Louise Laird, Ruth Lilley, Rosalie Long, Lela Pearl Lucas, Jeanette Lucky, Clara Lunsford, Faye Lusk, Virginia Lynch. Beatrice McGibboney, Louise McWilliams, Elizabeth Magee, Ruth Malonc, Gail Moralli, Sarah Morgan, Venola Mote, Elouise Neal, Natalie Nichols, Elaine Oldham, Babette Owen, Agnes Mae Pilant, Marie Pirtle, Maureen Pool, Evangeline Pope. Signa Powdrill, Juanita Preston, Gracie Lev Rader, Ann Roach, Edith Robertson, Mary Lee Rogers, Ernestine Lea Rorie, Lavonia Rosser, Bessie Shailer, Eliabeth Shepherd, Virginia Dare Sibley, Frances Slater, Rosemary Stockmier, Mildred Swank, Phyllis Tate, Patty Vise, Mildred Warren, Mamie Lee White, Eloise Williams, Loraine Wilson, La Verne Wooldridge, Geneva Wright, Eliabeth B oyx: Addington, Glenn Adoue, Bertrand Avann, James Barber, James Barlow, Holland Barnett, Joseph Barnum, Sheldon Brown, Louis Bumpus, Norris Burroughs, Prince Campbell, Wellborn Carneal, Virgil Carothers, Delmar Cole, Malcom Collins, Alf1'ed Collins, Tommy Crowell, Will Crump, Lawrence Crump, Walter Cullum, Felder Dean, Mike lleavenport, Gerald Denton, Earnest James llougherty,Guy llorsett, Hilton Edwards, Bill Edwards, Jay Force, Jimmie Ford, Buster French, Stanley Gayley, Jim Gidcumb, Jack Givens, Harry Gladden, Wilson Greenwood, Robert Gunn, Harold Hatlen, Edward Haley, Lawrence Hall, Stanley Harnsberger, Tom Harting, Albert Hodkin, Forest Holt, Curtis Holt, Fred Howell, J. S. Hunter, Charles Hunter, William Johnson, Jack Johnston, Clarke Kinman, Dick Krutilek, George Landrum, George Ledhetter, Billy Lotridge, George McLemore, Kenneth Magner, Harold Medders, Travis Moore, Ray Moore, Sidney Nance, Lee Neal, Mac Nolen, Wilford U'Connor, Bill O'Neill, Rue Parr, James Patterson, Kenneth Payne, Walter Petty, Hobart Phillips, Bob Pillet, John Pitts, Truett Potts. John Pratt, John Prinz, Harold Ramsay. Bert Ramsay, George Rembert, Russell Riddle, Bill Riefler, Louis Rogers, Louis Hayes Rohde, Vernon Sailers, Lon Sandford, Clifton Selman, Harry Sherrill, Burke Shields, Charles Smith, Harold Spillman, Jack Taft, Earl Taylor, Clyde Tillery, Earl Tomlinson, George Tripp, Murrell Vaughn, Chester Walker, Pat Wallace, Bill Ward, Robert Whipple, George Wilson, Russell Zschach, Karl i331 4ag?EQ" , 1 if 0-fyf'-5 ll' 3- ,, if-A " ,f ref ' '-"'-Q-ff'-Jn--if-fs-f-. - fvf fl-- .- .-JXA.-f H' ,gtg 4-LB ummm nfigvdl, Girlx: Adams. Mary Frances Ahern, Patricia Alderman, Ilene Anderson. Ruth Barrett, Charlene Bird, Leah Boll, Florence Bowles, Mary Virginia Butfinpzton, Marietta Chaney. Frances Compton, Virginia Drage, Bessie Ehey, Julia Em-hols, Louise Ford, Marguerite Franklin, Frances Gerardy. Herma Jone Gieseckc, Armour Gunby, Edith Hale, Mary Lenore Hawkins. Geraldine Herring. Dorothy Hill, Dorothy Hill, Meirle Howe, Dorothy Hoyle, Dixie Ruth Huffhines, Marjorie Huffington, Geraldine Ingram, Madeline Krutelik. Helen Lankford, Evelyn Class ol January, 193 Lindhloon, Alma Long, Jane Mc-Elvaney, Billie Mitchell, Frances Mohler. La Verne Ruth Nicholson, Dorothy Pollinzi. Rosalie Richardson, Doris Riddle, Blanche Roberts, Mildred Alice Runyon, Jennie Marie Sansbury, Dorothy Scoyrin. Augusta Siddell, Billie Smith, Caroline Smith,Lorraine Stipp, Ann Storey, Lucille Strickland, Mary Taylor, Doris Tinnon. Katherine Tomlinson, Juanita Ti-esp, Leontine Van Hooreheke, Mary Eliaheth Watts, Alta Wolford, Lula Mae Boys: Alexander, Stamatios Baccus, Robert Behr, Eugene Beutel. Jack Birrlsonpz, Everett Bishop, Arthur Blaylock, Tom Bollman, George B'ouer, Oliver Bridges, Randall Brozotti, Edmond Cap!e,Billy Guy Cantwell, Brandon Carter,William Cason, J. H. Clarke, Richard Crotty, John Danterive. Gerald Dollins, Gordon Drake, John Estes, Randall Fenter, Sam Gow-bel. Richard Goodall. P. A. Harris, Tom Haschert. Ed-ward Hinds, Luther Hollandsworth, Tom Hunt, Thomas Jenniges, Lawrence Johnson, Van Jones. Billy Jones, Jesse Jones, Woodrow Juergens, Hal Kleuser, Charles Lampo. John Lewis, Reynold Lindsley, Harry Littlepage, Lewis Lucas, George Mc-Crary, Norris McGrath, John McKay, Charles McLem0re, Bob Mayes, William Meade, Curtis Moore, W. C. Northcutt, Robert O'Beirne, Clarence Odom, Watson Oliver, Jack Payne, Oscar Perretta. Frank Peters. Arthur Reidy, Billy Renno, Hoon E. Riddler, Garth Roberts, William Henry Schaller. Frank Svhluncgzer. Robert Schnabel, Albert Shipp, Todd Smith, Merit SteH'y, M. J. Stephens, Walter Troth, Robert Van Der Veer, Walter Vandiwont, Albert Weaver, Earl White, Le Gras Jr. Wiggens, Billy Wilson, Carl Wilson, Jack Wilson, Sherrod l34l rg, H 'sgliif' ,S MFFYX--A Z Sa, ,ff " 4,1 C, ,Whig L if-f "' ff '..,j'd.s tif 2 ' P " P1 ' R1-W urs'-K f-J N-' "X' r"" --,72lv'h?-" G-LR ,, K , ,, Fggkvgfggf Girls: Adams. Geraldine Alexander, Dorothy Alexander, Leonore Allen, Billie Alterman, Irene 6 4 l Austin, Frances ' l 4 Bailey, Jane ' Banister, Carolyn To Bartosh, Charlotte Y Beale, Mary Black, Betty Blessing, Loraine Boskey, Harriet Bowling, Frances Brent, Mary Alice Browning, Cereatha Bullard, Frances Burt. Enard Busby, Dorothy Jane Campbell, Frances Carter, Myrtle Corinne Clark, Dorothy Ciegg, Margaret Clonts, Mildred Coffee, Thelma Coley, Dorothy Conway, Grace Cowdry, Lucile Culberhouse, Rachel Curran, Virginia Cuthbertson, Marion Dalton, Gladys Davis, Margaret Dreisback, Eleanor Elliott, Mary Fisher, Florence Fisher, June Ford, Evelyn Geen, Frances Goetzman, Fannie Lou Granbury, Virginia Green, Margaret Hall, Jean Harrell, Doris Harris, Frances Hart, Oleta Hencke, Virginia Mae Hereford, Emily Hopper, Jeanett Horn, Bunny Class of June, 1936 Johnson, Janet Jones, Ev:-lyn Kelly, Marjorie 'ennan, Cornelia 'ent, Georgia Lena Keyes., Frankie 'Ki , Juanita , Mary Agnes J "0 si Pearl Lagler, Lela Joe Lake, Grace Lambright, Eunice Leak, Mary Helen Leake, Virginia Lederman, Blanche Little, Vida Lee Lockhart, Sara McDonald, Aurelia McGrath, Mary Agnes McNeil, Lucienne Mac Quiston, Mary Mansell, Frances Mansfield, Jacqueline Martin, Marian Matthews, Dorothy Meason, Sarabeth Mellen, Margaret Mercer. Mary Alice Metzger, Kitty Ann Miller, Dorothy Mitchell. Velma Mowat, Nancy Mumford, Dorothy Nance, La Verne Neely, Adele Nesbitt, Nina Noble, Emma Lee Novey, Evelyn 0'Shea, Sheila Pandres, Hannah Patrick, Martha Patterson, Marcile Payne, Katherine Peterson, Lorraine Petty, Eloise Pinyan, Billie Rae Powe, Nettie Jane Pullman, Elizabeth Anne Rector, Nancy Richardson, Margaret Rogers, Marian Rogers, Margaret Rosenfield, Pauline Rucker, Emma Jean Rust, Elouise Scallan, Mae Scoggins, Imogene Scotland, Margaret Senne. Margarsg Lee Sherman, Dorothy Smith, Dorothy Smith, Francene Smith, Olene Steele, Norma Steiner, Annie Stephens, Eugenia Stevensfg 6 il f, Margaret Alice Strickland, Edna Earl Talbert, Thelma Taylor, Lucile Thomas, Dorothy Thomson, Virginia Vickers, Ruth Elouise Vivion, Maryon Walker, Beth Walker, Maree Wallace, Nell Ward, Jeraldine Weed. Betty Welker, La Verne Whitehurst, Frances Wilie, Mary Eleanor Willard, Charlotte Willis, Elizabeth Wilson, Pauline Zettervall, Eunice Zimmerman, Dorothy Boyx: Adair, Ted Akin, Billy Allen, Manuel Allen, Roy Aull, Billy Baker, Jesse Lewis Barnum, Billie Bartel, Albert Bartoli, Johnny Baugh, Fred Biard, Jack Blackwell, Percy Brackeen, Robert liroach, Alton Budd, Norman Busby, Maurice Campbell. James Charles, Frank Cobb, Bill Collins, N. R. Creekmore, Newt Culherhouse, Clinton Cullum, George Currie, William Daughtery, Jack Davis, Clarence Delcambre, Albert Lee Dollinson, Charles Dougherty, Jerry Drake, Allen Fatheree, Howard Flanagan, John S. Flood, Ed Flynn, Charles Folsom, Alfred Fortune, Bob Foster, Jimmie Fruge, J. D. Gaffield, Charles Garretson. Bill George, Allen George, James Gissler, Jack Goebel, George Goldman, Lindsey Grant, Dan Hale, Eugene Hamilton, Hugh Harris, Frances Harris, James Hart, Donald Hays, Wimberly Head, Rayford Heitmeyer, Fred Hilscher, Ed Hodges, Elbert Jacoby, Foster Johnson, Lewis Keller, Larry Kennemer. Horace Kennler, J. D. La Bai-ba, Carl Lambert, J. H. Lawrence, Billy Lyon, Andrew McCollum, Guy Mc-Chee, Coleman Malone, Bill Mason, Wallace Mauzey, Merritt Niears, L. G. Meer, Walter Metcalf, Monroe Millican, Lawrence Mistrot, Norris Moore, James Moore, Milton Moore, Richard Newcomb, William Ormsliy, Claude Osborn, Lewis Palermo, Johnny Palmer, Bill Parker, J. A. Parker, Richard Pascoe, Charles Payne, Billy Phelps, Richa1'd Ramsey, Miles Rice, Jack B. Ryan, Lane Satteriield, Dugold Sigler, Shannon Simmons, Edwin Smith, Dawson B. Smith, Jimmie Snyder. James Soden, James Stanhll, Howard Sterner, Clarence Stinnctt, McLeod Tabor, Donald Thompson, John Ulrick, Clarencc Underwood, Hamilton Virgil, Willis Voigt, Lewis Walden, Sherrell Wallace, William Robert Ward, Vernon Watterson, Charles West, Ernest Whipple, Warren Whittington, John Wilkenson, Leslie Williams, Dick Williams, Wynne Wilson, Lynn Wright. Charles Wyatt, Harry Yingling, Roy . I 35.J,, C, sem. 'V T- ,,.,f",,'2?Sl- 1 if f f fa . Q Q A 3 S- - "'?i X,--11? fd, ., ,156 .5 4 -....-...,.,,-.f,i.:e1.,E. , ,LB-k,,NJ4i.,, .- ,..ffX,., if QL-Q B-ilu-YLLK JK dj, Girls: Anderson, Dorothy Ashley, Irene Aulsbrook, Dorothy Austin, Virginia Ball. Catherine Bartley, Eddie Will Beeson, Dorothea Bell, Martha Berger, Kathryn Berry, Helen Bills, Christine Brewer, Dorris Burkholder, Jean Carmody, Caroline Carter, Evelyn Chase, Dorothy Clayton, Evangeline Clinkinbeard, Carolyn Couble, Geraldine Cummins, Catherine Dahlgren, Doris Daniel, Dorothy Danna, Mary Frances Davis, Gladys Davidson, Mary Lou Dean, Eunice Digiacinto, Helene Dorman, Dorothy Eason, Evelyn Farrow, Ellabelle Faulkner, Letha Feeser, Helen Fields, Fay Florance. La Verne Frity, Elsie Garcia, Catherine Garrison, Delma Gates, Evelyn Goldstrick, Mildred Class ol January, ,l937 Griffin, Peirliy Hardy, Lula Mae Hardy, Marian Hartnett. Mary Helen Hellman, Virginia Hicks, Lillie Belle Hillyer, Elaine Hoffman, Thelma Hunt, Rosemary Jackson, Rebecca Jenniges, Veronica Johnson, Velma Anita Jones, Lila Maude Kennedy, Dorothy Lamb, Margaret McKinney, Edith Minter, Mary Lou Moore, Anne Moore, Mariraret Morris, Doris Morris, Sarah Nance, Dorothy Owens, Mariraret Parker, Lucille Perry. Vandelia Peterson, Esther Randall, Stella Reddick, Eleanor Reeves, Mary Sears, Jane Starbird, Grace Sweatmon, Elaine Tomlinson, Evelyne Wainscott. Anna Louise Ware, Nancy Lou Webb, Norvelle Welch, Betty Lou Wellenkamp, Betty Marie White, Sarah Willis, Margaret Wilson, Mildred Woinowsk. June Rose Wolfert. Shirley Zimmerman, Blanch Born: Armstrong, Dale Balou, N. H. Beryl. Lee H. Berry, Ralph Bianchi, Edward Blair, Edwin Brimelow, Robert Buchanan. Earl Burrouiih, Bill Cardwell, Horace Chandler, Lewis Charboz, Robert Clarke, T. J. Cohn, Lloyd Courtney, Royal Crawford, Floyd Crouch, James Curry, Mike Davis, Billy Di:-kman. Jack Donnell. Billy Dunnam, Eugene Eairen, George Elliston, W. J. Jr. Ellwell, Henry Fisher. Billy George, William Greenberg, David Green, Gorman Hamilton. Donald Harris. Vernon Hawkins, John Hays, Joe Herndon, Ernest Hill, Bill Hobrecht, Alfred Houston. Cecil Keith, Wilbur Knox, Merton Leavell, Walter Leftwich, Edward Long, Bill Loper, Honorc Lott, Joe McDaniel, Harold Martin, Leroy Monroe, Howard Moore, Forrest Myer, George Nance, Billy Nelms, Harry Nesbitt, Morizan Oliver, Jack Parmilee, Charles Parker, Robert Patrick, Gene Peck, Frank Pierce, George Reed, Cloyse Richardson, Fred Robinson, Henshel Sanders, Carl Sanger, J. L. Schafer, Ernest Sherrill, Leon Smith, Robert Smith, Wallis Spence, John Sta-ele, Billy Stephenson, John Stockmier, Robert Strong, James Tyson, Joe Walling, Bill Weaver, Dwayne Westmoreland, Ross Williams, Lloyd Wright, W. T. Yokum, James Zschach, Robert L 36 2-'Q 5 ii. Aw..f-.W-X' ,,f X,- 1 ' f-rf CLR mann 1299 1 f Boys oi Class ol June, Ahern, Je1'ry Alt, William Ayers, Georgie Blailes, Fred Barkhurst, G. R. Baskett, Boyce Berry, Billy Black, Eugene Blessing, Bill Brown, Robert Brown lee, Woodrow Buckalew, Marion Carneal, Charles Carter, Billy Chancy, Victor Clark, Robert Clements, Walter Cowan, Thomas Craft, John Craixz. Allen Crowley, William Daniel, Morgan Danna, Frank Denhollem, John Dillion, Pat Dollon, Delmar Daugherty, Jimmie Draschil, Thomas Dunkin, Jack Echols, Melvin Evans, Tom Ferrell, Billy Gayley, Tom Griflin, Cyrus Griffith, Loyd Gross, G. W. Harlan, Herbert Harvey, Milburn Hel-finszton, James Henderson, Chester Hill, Billy Hillscher, John Howell, Raymond Ingram, Buford Jacobs, Jimmie Jelfress, Harry Jerow, Harry Jones, Clyde Kelley, James Keffeler, J. D. Kerr, James Laperruque, Edward Lattimore, Miller Lawler, James Lawrence, James Leak, Harry Lee, Haskell Long, Bill MCDIITTTQ, Willard McKernie, Billy McLatt, Guy Magee, Carl Martin, Clarence Martin, Leroy Mason. Raymond Monroe, Howard Moore, Forrest Morgan, H.B'. Morris, James Murphy, George Murray, Bernie Nance, Thomas Nichols, Robert Norris, John Owen, Charles 1937 Pearce. W. D. Peavey, Billy Plumlee, Woodrow Poole, Guy Porth, Roland Pratt. Earl Ragland, Joe Role, Ted Robinson, Herschel Rorie, G. C. Rowe, Charles Sasrnibene, Joe Schuller, Raymond Spence, John Stewart, David Stringer, Charles Strong, James Stuckey, Lance Sullivan, Earl Tabor, Whit Tanner, Arnold Taylor, Clyde Taylor, Metz TeVandt, Don Tensley, Frank Touchstone, John Triece. Harry 'l'n-inn, James Uhl, Thomas Ulrick, Eddie Venson. J. Frank Walker, Marshall Watson, Jack Werndy, William West, Robert White, Edward Winans, Henry l37l 'fs , ,F E 2 I AZ- ,e Ig!! ,,.L,1' ff ,Z'4s'g' gif f 3 ' Y ' f r- - ,...,.., FJ X,-4,-N , 155' Q-VLA' Y iii een!-KL! lfgyxvd ' .-Xdams, Catherine Anderson, Betty Anderson, Evelyn Atkins, Audrey Austin, Ina Beakley, Alice Becker, Mary Bell, Bernice lleard, Dorothy Bishop, Ella Sere Blake, Betty Jane Blakey, Feline Brannon, Patrivia Brett, Jewel llrrwer, Katherine Bryant, Margaret Burton, Judy Cambel, Katherine Caswell, Mildred Cavender, Jessie Chapman, Juandell Cherry, Ethel Chumney, Anita Cook, Mary Alive Cox, Josephine Crump, Mable Cullum, Barbara Cullum, Marian Daspit, Peggy Davidson, Julia Ann Davis, Grace Davis, Mary Der-atur, Margaret Dee, Catherine Donnelly, Betty Duke, Agnes Dunlap, Peggy Elkins, Charlsie Ellington, Louise Ferguson, Martha Wray Flea-k, Virizinia lfletrher, Mary l"u1iua. Rose Girls oi June Class oi T937 Gardner, Louise Gilstrap, Edna Erle Goodman, Sybil Gordon, Burniere Graves, Valerie Green, Wendella Halbert, Bonnie Hale, Billie Joe Hanks, Shirley Hardy, Euirenia Mae Harris, Dorothy Marie Harris, Mary L. Hartman. Corinnt Head, Elizabeth Hemphill, Lulu Holtz, Bobbie Howard, Bertha Howell, Frances Hudson, Sarah Humphry, Jeanne Hundley, Elizabeth Hunter, Dorris Hutchins, Teressa Irwin, Aileen lsaars, Frances Jernigan, Margaret Johnson, Virginia Jones, Carmen Jones, Marjorie Karchmer, Sylvia lieimar, Roselyn Kidd, Joyce Kinard. Dorothy King, Marie Kirkland, Irene Kittrell, Gertrude Kleiman, Roselyn liynard, Thelma Leach. Ina Mae I.e Bocil, Teeta Le Grand, Billie Iieo, Jeannette Lindell, Donna Lundberg, Alice Lynch, Betty Lyons, Jessie McArthur, Helen MrKennon, Mary McQuade, Jane Mc-Vey, Loraine McWilliams. Virginia MacLuso, Anna May Mangum, Veda Margules, Gloria Matthews, Christie May, Helen Rose Mentesana, Rosie Merritt, Geraldine Mondt, La Var Monteith, Margaret Moore, Roberta Moss, Julia Lee Nafus, Virginia 0'Beirne. Marian O'Connor, Margaret Ondrushek, Haddy Orr, Jean Owen, Floy Louise Penny. Viola Pickens, Bernire Pollinzi, Nancy Purciller, Peggy Ramsay, Helen Randall, Neva Gray Rowland, Roslyn Rodell, Louise Roprers, Sammie Rumfelt, Elizabeth Sale, Lounetta Sailers, Virginia Scotland, Allison Sa-ott, Peggy Sewell, Maurine Sharp. Margie Shaw, Kathleen Skiles, Rose Franees Smart, Harriett Smith, Dorothy Smith, Grace Smith, Harriett Lee Smith, Margaret, Smith, Margaret Snider, Inez Snider, Ruth Snodgrass, Frances Snorgrass, Shirley Stetfy, June Stone, Geneva Storey, Marian Strong, Betty Ruth Sullivan, Eola Taft, Evelyn Taylor, Charles Franres Thomas, Lelia Thompson, Helen Vaughan, Willie Pearl Ventura, Dorothy Watson, Mary Katheryn Watterworth, Elizabeth Weller, Marjorie West, Mary Elizabeth White, Dorothy Jane Welkins, Helen Wilkinson, Mary Louise Willingham, Bennie Lou Williams, Marilyn Wilson, Camile Wilson, Doris Woinowsk. Orrine Worthy, Emma Wright, Harriett 8 J 533' if A Q5 If? X I , S-X Z '-.sk g' nr ' I--M -'A -'A . -Q-f-1, 4'X,f-.A- .kj f- '71-9 f a..u.1.n.5 IQ dk Girls: Ifats-s, Va Lois lie-avvr, Geraldine Bc-ukur, Biilslli-lI'H Benson, Estelle lirans. Mildred Bratr'ht-1'. Helen Burton. Eula Irene Butler, Dorothea Carmotly, Betty Carroll. lluth Cliaiim-y, Princess fflvnis-ms. Margrarvt f'l1rist1-11lwry, liatlilvcn Cook, llnrotliy Cowilruy, Arline CI'2lXVlAUI'4l, Aline ljeifortl, Vatla Hit-In-1114, Juanita lburhani, Mary F. l':1lL!lll, Aline D. lC1lwa1'tls. liernivv Eva-1'vtt. Dorothy lfielil. Irene Hall, Geneva ll:1111mon1l, Allison llartlin. Naitlezim- Jont-s, Virginia Kniirlit. Holt-n Krussiiz, Zelda Kurtli. Virginia Lake. Edith lmavs-ll. Mary H1-len Class oi January, 1938 Lederman, Helen Marriott, Virginia Mayfii-lil. Dorothy Moody, Doris Morton, Phyllis McB1'itle, Audrey Mrliootll, Ellen Nelle, Lucy Ogata, Marie Louise Parker, Virginia Peters. Ethelyn Reeves. Dorothy Roberts. Mary Elizabeth Sexton, Helen Skinner, Mary Snider, Billie Ste-wart. Katherine Summers, Elizabeth Taylor. Nelle Thomas. Clelia Fay Ward, Ma1'y Elsie VVilliams. Dorothy Wilson, Ida Belle Wilson, Marianne Worchinizton, Josvnl1ine Wo1'ihington.Rosene Bow: Adams. Preston Akin. Harry Altilens, J. VV. Aris, Niv Aut1'y, Paul Bailey, James H. Barnes, William Blackburn, Mark BI'ilg'Olttl, Grady Broom. Paul Bryan, George Burlew, Eugene Campbell, Brooks Cauther, Jack Chapman, J. T. Clement. Buster Collins, Emmett Crabb. Vincent Crawfortl, Billy Crow. Jimmie Crowley, Harold Dalton. W. R. Davies, Ed Davies. Willie Dawson, Harold Ellis, Charles Ellis, William Garvor, Kyle Genarlsky, Marshall Goodwin, E. T. Hall, Aubrey Hammoml, Jack Hardy, Philip Harrison, Ivan Hastedt, Clareneo Harp, Joe llill, Elllon Hoffman. Wilbur Hood, Will Areh Hoyle. Jillian Irwin. Robert Jolinsoii. Charles Jones, George Eil Junge. Eddie Kenno.-lner. Elbert Kowalski, Bernard Leftwick. Regal Lesure, George McKinney, R. E. Maloney, Grover Martin. Donald Martinez, Mike Melton, Norman Mims, Robert O'Bcirne, Jack Pierce, 'l'. K. Redtliuk, William lfll'llill'llSOI'l, Jack Robinson, G. W. Rough, Lawrenf-e St-hwark. Hnrare Siglvr, George Sl1l.ll1,Zlll.4'l', Elbert Smith, Max Sparkman, J. W. Stokes, Bob Stopple, William 'l'uylo1-, Bobby Tyler, W. S. West, Billy Wilbanks, .ianies Wilbanks, Jester Williams. Winston Works, lfl1l7l'!'t 39 VALHALLA High Honor Students For Four Years Elm IN Caoi. W.'Xl.'lil'.Ii CiOI.EX1AN liiizfxisi iii D111 s ,IANlK1l:l'llLI S'rANi.i-,Y Nififi y xii High Honor Roll lor i933-34 Abernathy, Riehard Austin, Ifranees Bell, Cleo Brin, Doris Cage, Edwin Campbell, XX"ellborn Caswell, Mildred Cullum, Ceorge Deayenpoi't, Gerald Dees, Elilabeth Foster, Jimmie Gravel, Alvin I lardy. Elizabeth Hardy, Lula Mae Hereford, Emily Hughines, Marjorie Huffington, Geraldine Hunter, XVilliam Keyes, Frankie Lucas, Paul McNX'illiams, Virginia Nieason, Sarabeth Minton, Paul Neely, Adele Neighbors, Rose Nesbitt, Morgan Noyey, Evelyn Peterson, Iisther RL1st,Elouise Schafer, Ernest Sehluneger, Robert Sibley, Frances Smith, Lorraine Snider, Ruth Tresp, Margaret Wfatson, Robert W'ellenl4amp, Betty Marie XY'hitehurst, Ifrances 1 I 'QQTY QL-jf E Q QQ! ,Q iflxggl 9-m.,g74,wf-Qwul, ,Ikea ZW' iii, W MQZM7 AM ?f2'Zf3ff?rX W ' WL-ff I ! 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My Eg5"'?-'--'Q-r,'2-g"us-af XIN , -+1-3- ,,,, ,,,, F2 XM,-4 ,azffx-KZ f as y y y new .een AWARDS City Champions in Debate i Sibyl Herring Anne Pullman Willitlin Gibson James Hopkins Representatives in Extemporaneous Speaking Virginia Mitchell Billie Pullman Representative in Declamation Mary Virginia Bowles Representative in Essay Contest Harold Gunn Representative in Spelling Contest Gerald Deavenport North Dallas Contestants in the Latin Tournament Iulzzziiry Bt'gi!llI1'7'X Mary Skinner Charles johnson Alferllzlfvx Frank Peretta Dorothy Cook liirxf Year Richard Abernathy Mildred Caswell Alffrirafrw Teresa Hutchins Alfred Folsom 'I'lviril Term Esther Peterson Lula Mae Hardy Alfz'rnuff's Dorothy Nance Eddie Will Bartley St't'OIlt1 Year Adele Neely Emily Hereford !!llfl'7'l7llfI'S Frances Whitehiirst Jimmie Foster H21 Third Year Phyllis Hadra Iiances Sibley Allc'r1n11'r's Doris Brin Harolde Cook Iiourlli Year Edwin Cage james Watson Allr'rm1lr's Elizabeth Hardy Marguerite Duckworth CDRGANIZATICDNS parent-Teachers Association EXECUTIVE BOARD Prftiilvrzl . . . IJ! Vin'-Pr1'.iiif4'nf . 211.1 Virf'-Prf'xiJv11i Tril Vim'-PN'Xi1fc'71f Rworilrfzg Sl'lC7'l'fL1?'-Y Cr1rn'xp0l1rlif1g Serrvi TV'l'd.YllV't'f . . . Pul'lii1nn'11lar'ii1r1 . . flisluriun . . . Pwzril Claairman . Tf'li'plwrlr' fflzuirmau Pul1lii'ily Clmirnmu ary . MRs.E.-xR1.W'. CULI UM Mus. Il, M. lxlLQQUI9'lON . . Mus. C. C. Kill-in . Mus. E. A. Mui-.1 1 rv iYlkS.A..l.llL1N1PlHl.l MRS. R. E. Kmiowr . . MRS. -I. M. IIADRA . MRS. N. G. Hmtm' . Mus. W. Ii. BONNI R . Mus. l'll.NRY Hou. Mas. F. B, MlTcHL1,i Mas. J. R. CHUMNI Y Ilvlrgalri lo Iliillin 6701171171 of I'i1r'e'r1ls aml Ti'urlw1's Mks. H. M. Mc.QUls'roN MRS. RAY Nrsmi' The North Dallas High Parent-Teacher Association was organized in 1922. This year the Association will give the tenth scholarship of S150.00, also the seventh Life Membership, at 525.00 each, in the Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers. The luncheon for the teachers at the beginning of school and the entertainment of the january and june graduating classes are annual affairs. This year members of the football team were entertained with a dance, an all-city R. O. T. C. ofhcers' dance was sponsored, and costume parties were given for the parents and pupils. The hrst joint meeting of the P.-T. A. and the Dad's Club was held Friday night. December 7th, Awards are given each year, and welfare work in the school is done by the Association. The Association is striving to keep the silver loving cup for the second consecutive year, for attendance at the High School Section of the Council. Sewing for the Red Cross has been one of the outstanding features of the year's work. This was carried on by the Association and the six affiliated elementary schools. Mrs. H. M. MacQuiston was Red Cross chairman of the six high schools of the city. The book exchange is conducted each fall and spring for the benefit of the pupils. 'we 1, tw' , z A , ,Wx Jfjj-'U-Q f 'jfllizgfi F1-.AY V - enum - J, Editor . . Assistant Edifor B11,xi11ess Manager flWfYffI77f Bmincix ,. r . .. M Sponsors . . . Neighbors, Rose Hill, Margaret Nell Crouch, Caren Blackburn, Dan Selby, Lucille Hillyer, June ,f E QR lijxivlrlv Viking Stall ll17lIgt'?' . . . . . . . . FLoY AGNEW, MARIAN EDITORIAL STAFF Hill, Janice Paine, Roswell Mclver, Marie BUSINESS STAFF Rogers, Virginia Watson, Robert Iiritz, Bertha MURRAY, K . EDWIN CAGE MARGARET TRESP GEORGE KERSHAW HOWARD EDWARDS ATHERINE BRADFORD Hopkins, James Hemphill, Janita Hardy, Elizabeth Berkley, Leonard Lucas, Virginia Walton, Minnie Pearl ART STAFF Farr, Geraldine Raymond, Dorothy Redding, Elizabeth Noell, Ruby Gene Typisf .... . . Margaret Clark Plzofflgrajnllx . . . . Hugh Erwin E E411 T' ,f-Q af' 5 5 ff' .S 'EEK ff-f f ' Jiisff -,fs .4 -Q.--..., ..-...1T,T,l.,f.. .C.rL, A Fld, ,- F, X ,WC ,,Z f, G-1.8, A.:.xI.:'.nE Lnffgyfgiiill l Fall R. G. PHILLIPS . WALTER COLEMAN . FRANK ADAMS . EDWIN CAGE . MALCOM COLE . FRANCIS RUDINE HAROLD STOVALL Adoue, Bertrand Adams, Frank Berkley, Leonard Bumpass, Norris Bridges, Randal Baldwin, Ben Chaney, Francis Coffee, Clifton Canty, Pat Cook, Leland Clark, Milo Clark, Richard Crowell, Will ffmpi VM? Cole, Malcolm Cage, Edwin Coleman, Wfalter Collins, Alfred Collins, Thomas Cullum, Fclder S: 3. Kodak Club OFFICERS . 1'I'z'.Iidf'11f . . Vin'-Prc'sidr'11f . Sefrfffnry . . . TI'cv1.I11rcr . . Stfrgmazf-nf-AI'111x . . Rvjrorier . . P61l'1ftIIIIt'IIffll'jll1l Gobel, Richard Guy, Annette Guy, Anita Genseke, Billy Haley, Lawrence Hall, Ruby Duckworth, Marguerite Hagan, Edward Degenhardt, Robert Davis, Rue Dees, Elizabeth Emrick, Janice Evans, Mary Edwards, Cullum Givens, Harry if Hill, Charles Hunt, Thomas Hardy, Elizabeth Jenniges, Lawrence Jones, Hugh Lederman, Edgar Littlepage, Lewis ,.-.-q f , . h Spring . HAROLD STOVALL . FRANK ADAMS . ANNETTE GUY JANICE EMRICK LEE NANC1i FRANCIS RUDINE R. G. PHILLIPS Magner, Harold Riefler, Lewis McKinney, Cornelia Rudine, Francis Lyons, Gordon Neal, Iris Nance, Lee Petty, Hubart Phillips, Bob Phillips, R. G. Pratt, John Prinz, Harold Pillet, John Rembert, Russel Rogers, Lewis Shelton, James Smith, Harold Smith, B. Stovall, Harold Taft, Earl Thomas, Oliver Tomlinson, George Tyler, Ruth Vaughan, Katie Sue Walker, Jack L. Wilb0fH,JL1Ck R. E451 w??""exXx f 7z"s'c ffl R f xx mes- Lax ,.- ..f ' ff " 'X Zip, f X-4.-. e ,, ,3L,,..,.L , hw, Xmwgti-N ,M :CA,-x,,A ff? G-lf' A.a.u.ua LEQFVEBI D lfiill FRI51aM AN MlTT1iN'l'HA1. . ILENI2 ALDERMAN . THOMAS BROXVNING . LEAH BIRD . . OLATIA CRANE . Akin, Billy Ben Bartel, Albert Brown, William Browning, Thomas Cobb, Bill Denton, Ernest Garner, Leslie Harris, James Hinds, Luther Kleuser, Charles McCrary, Norris Mittenthal, Freeman Moore, Jimmie Peck, George Phillips, R. G. Pickens, Arthur Shipp, Todd Sterner, Clarence Waskom, J. B. Wright, Charles EI Circulo Espanol OFFICERS . . l'r'4fsidw11' . . Vin'-Prc'siz1'w1f . . . Sc'rrefary . . Trc'as1m'r . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Zschaeh, Karl Pinto, Lucille Rogers, Marian Runyon, Jennie Marie Siddcll, Billie Steiner, Annie Whitaker, Louise Wilson, Mildred Zimmerman, Dorothy Adams, Geraldine Alderman, Ilene Alderman, Irene Austin, Mildred Bird, Leah Blessing, Loraine Bowling, Frances Brin, Doris Carter, Myrtle Corinne Chaney, Frances Clegg, Margaret i461 Spring . EVLLYN Noviir HARRY LANGLLY . LoRAiNr2 B1,1assiNcQ . R. G. PHILLIPS . OLATIA CIKANE Clonts, Mildred Cowdry, Lucille Elmore, Louise Fritz, Bertha Garcia, Catherine Giesecke, Armour Green, Margaret Glenn Herring, Frances Howells, Bettie Kennan, Cornelia Koos, Pearl Labenski, Louise Lindblom, Alma Long, Jane McDonald, Aurelia McElvaney, Billie McNeile, Lucienne Mitchell, Frances Mitchell, Louise Denma Novey, Evelyn O'Shea, Sheila I1 4' .p-. S? fi' f A rr.. ----H-E1-L,f1v..q-,....,, ,,4,,,-.,, X,.,Vt,-x 1 , J . ,Q me , Amt., ieyw so 1 vs. L . Www f . . . , , . -..,-,-, ,L .. L. .L . ,, pan-American Student Forum OFFICERS GERALDINE WOOD LOLIIS Cliffj . .... President Miss FLETCHER R. WICKHAM . Vice-Prr'sia'r'nt amz' Sponsor CLARIBEL SPEER QSUIISCYD .... .... S errcfary ' 'TQ f f 1-if 41 1 NXXXX, X K,--5-I ff ,LQSUL ' FT fr-rv! ., at f. Zschach, Karl DONALD WOODARD fWoodrow Wilsonj . . Treasurer EDDIE CLAuKsON QTcchj . . . . Svrgeafzf-af-Arn-zs Miss ORLENA ELLIOTT, MRS. VERA H. BOYD . . Reporters PROP. W. H. BUTLER Addington, Glenn Brown, Louis Burlew, Pat Campbell, Frances Clegg, Margaret Cole, Malcolm Craig, Frances Crump, Vfalter Ureisback, Eleanor Elmore, Louise Epperson, Ruth MEMBERS IN NORTH DALLAS Gay, lfrnma Dove Gratzel, Alvin Hall, Margaret Hillyer, Tflainc Hillyer, june Huflington, Roy Hunt, Dorothy Kenuemer, Horace Kershaw, George Kizer, Ruth Kleuser, Charles Lagler, Lela -loe Langford, lfvelyn Limpke, Helen Martinez, Irene Neely, Stanley Nolen, XY'ilfred Phillips, Bob Pinto, Lucille Rader, Anne Rainwater, Paul Schaffer, lflizahetli C fm pl aiu Sehluneger, Robert Slater, Rosemary Sterner, Louise Tresp, Leontine Thompson, johnny Tresp, Margaret W'aSliom, B. Zimmerman, Dorothy Harris, Frances Wfilson, Pauline Zschach, Rohert The l'an-American Student Forum, formerly the Pan-American League, was organized on November 10, 1927, by a group of Spanish and history teachers and advanced students of Spanish. The purpose of the organization is to promote closer relationship, sympathy, and understanding among the people of the Americas. The Dallas Chapter was the original chapter, and she has granted charters to many other high schools throughout the country. One of the members of the North Dallas unit, Paul Rainwater, is on the National Board of Governors. We owe thanks to our local sponsor. Miss Hincle, for her untiring efforts to make the North Dallas unit a success. E471 fx . fwvfbvfx a. Ay -Qxi !,.--fav' ,,f' 5 I9 Q31 jg7""i--"'1'-'fX2---"'L'7:-P'k- . --J-X--N-!,,A.-, ,., r.,J'Xf-, ---if--'N ,Q-gs 1 EDWIN CAGE . . EDNA NESMITH . MARGARET NLLL HILL Loius JACOBS . . HELEN SANDEL Cage, Edwin Casper, Ruby Dumas, Beatrice Evans, Joan Guy, Anita Guy, Annette Hadra, Phyllis Hall, Jean Hill, Margaret Nell Hoyle, Dixie Ruth Hunter, Willianl Jacobs, Loris French Club OFFICERS MEMBERS E481 . . Prz'sizl't'nf . Vice'-Pr4'5izfr'11l . Sc'w'efa1'y-Trvaszzrm' . . R!'f70I'fE'7' ,,Spm1s0r Johnson, Thelma Nesmith, Edna Paine, Roswell Patterson, Marcile Rosenfield, Pauline Seltzer, Katy Sheppard, Bess Shields, Charles Smith, Alice Lorraine Stevens, Eugenia Stovall, Harold Zettervall, Eunice 1-I5 4 QP bf: A 'F E 'si ,,,.,.f" f' -is A E ,ef ,wim--,A E . NJ.,Mf:,,e, DQ, ,Lg , Fall ELIZABETH HARDY . . MARGARET TRESP . . GERALDINE HUE1-'INGTON . FRANKIE KEYES . . . MYRTLE CLOPTON . . Alexander, Leonora Bailey, Jane Bartley, Eddie Will Bartosh, Charlotte Buchanan, Earl Burton, Eula Campbell, Katherine Collins, Emmett Cook, Dorothy Duckworth, Marguerite Ferguson, Martha XVray Fleck, Virginia Falsom, Alfred Foster, Jimmie Gladden, Wilson Griffin, Peggy Gunn, Harold Hardy, Marian Hastedt, Clarence Hereford, Emily tam cn, OFFICERS SIIVIIIS . 1'rz'si11r'111' . . . E1.IzA1sETH HAIKDY . Vice-Presidezzt . . NIARGARET TRESP . Secretary . PHYLLIS HADRA . R?I70ffl'l' . Sponsor . . MYRTl.E CLOPTON MEMBERS H91 Holtz, Bobbie Hood, Will Arch Keyes, Frankie Kidd, Joyce Lake, Grace Metzger, Kitty An Nance, Dorothy Neely, Adele Owens, Margaret Peretta, Frank Pierce, T. K. Ramsey, Helen Richardson, Jack Rogers, Margaret Sibley, Frances Stephenson, John Tresp, Leontine Willard, Charlotte Dorman, Dorothy Fitzgerald, Jane ll i ff ..... 5? NC -""7f' 2,3 Z Q, 5? 5 l -s5x -"1" f' f., I f gf '2g7"'--L--f -1-vfwf -:-'fl-I-fe- f -W'-,,,,,,,,,4f.-, ,- fix-.-s an ., 545. .1 f 41.49 - - ummm s.2S55'x"'t!5a P resid ent . . Vice-P1'c'sident . Sc'c'rc'la ry . . Reporter . S po nsor . Akin, Ruth Barnett, Joe Bowling, Charles Boyer, Blanchard Buck, Bobbie Casper, Ruby Coleman, Walter Cook, Harold Crouch, Caren Crouch, C. H. Dees, Elizabeth Denhollen, Dora Denton, Jane Erwin, Hugh Edwards, Howard Farr, Geraldine Gidcomb, Jack Green, Myrtle Bell Grube, Ed Guy, Annette Chemistry Club OFFICERS MEMBERS Guy, Anita Hall, Ruby Harrison, John Herring, Gertrude Herring, Sibyl Hess, Dorothy Hill, Janice Hodkins, Forest Horsely, Ed Hopkins, James Johnson, Frank Lee Jones, Billy Jones, Earl Kirkley, Alice Knight, Bob Langley, Harry Lindsley, Harry McNutt, Mary Elizabeth Meason, George Moore, Richard -, ,CLE 50 1, G1-.omni-. M1zfXSON . BOB KNIGHT . LUQILE SILLBY . FRANK LE1'l.IOI-INSON . C. L. SYRON Neal, Mac O,Neal, Dorothy Palmer, Elise Reeves, Lorine Rogers, Virginia Sammons, Ed Schwend, Fred Selby, Lucille Sheppard, Bess Shields, Charles Smith, Sherwin Stevens, Melba St01'ey, Lanier Tilery, Earl Trabue, Billy Vice, Mildred Watson, Robert Watson, James Wilborn, Jack Vaughan, Katy Sue 'b:5?- U: gl 5 nr.. 5 if avg I 'ik ' V,,,,, If ' A ,Ir 'frxl E? "DLf"'m--A- - '-U1-fy' ,LL ,., r..x'X-,-4, Z .4 elf manga sPQ'7x'fd -XW kvs f f Delphian Literary Society Prcsiclr'11l , . Viet'-Prr'sirfr'11f . Sec'1'f'fary- T was Il rm' . Austin, Virginiaj- Bailey, Jane 5 Bannister, Carolyn Bannister, Corina Brin, Doris Clark, Clara Dorman, Dorothy Elmore, Louise Emrick, Janice Evans, Evelyn Franklin, Frances Griffin, Evelyn Guy, Anita Guy, Annette Hall, Margaret Hamilton, Betty Hardy, Elizabeth Hemphill, Janita OFFICERS j , MEMBERS ji 'H -VJRG Dim . JANITA HEMPHII.1, . JAN1cE EMRICK . VIRGINIA MITCHELL Hemphill, Lula Hereford, Emily Hill, Janice Hill, Margaret Nell Hillyer, Elaine Hillyer, June Hogg, Martha Jacobs, Loris Mitchell, Virginia Nance, Dorothy Neighbors, Rose Perry, Vandelia Sheppard, Bess Slater, Rosemary Strickland, Edna Earl Redding, Elizabeth Rucker, Emma Jean Taylor, Ruth I' i fi? A .,,.., ff' vas -.733 F fern, ,LJ Q, , xiii- A me ,,..,,.,, ,geywf aff' u mmw A,,L,. Girl Reserves eay5Q4w OFFICERS 1'rvsizfU11! . . . . MATTIL Suit LE BLANQ Sr'c'rz'fary . . MARGAIili'F NIAQLL HILL Club IiL'I1Yt'Xt'lIftIfil'l' . . Biiss SHEPPARD Sponmr . . . . . . Miss RUTH CURTIS MEMBERS Allen, Billie Bell, Martha Buffington, Marietta Campbell, Catherine Clegg, Margaret Dees, Elizabeth Denhollem, Dora Forbes, Mildred Franklin, Frances Fritz, Bertha Fritz, Elsie Gordon, Bernice Guy, Anita Guy, Annette Hale, Billy ,Io Hale, Mary Lenore Hill, Janice Hill, Margaret Nell Hoyle, Dixie Ruth Irwin, Aileen Johnson, Thelma Johnson, Velma Jones, Carmen i521 Le Blanc, Mattye Sue Lederman, Blanche Lily, Rosalie MacDonald, Aurelia Malone, Gail Montief, Margaret Nungezer, Grace O'Neal, Dorothy Patrick, Martha Rader, Ann Rector, Nancy Robinson, Marjorie Rogers, Minnie Sheppard, Bess Shipp, Genevive Smith, Lorraine Stevens, Melbn Stipp, Ann Scallon, Theda Vaughn, Willie Pearl Vauqhn, Katy Sue Wallace, Otha Nell Worthy, Emma 'I E5 - 'N 1 ' z 1? Sk f f"", g X - - V- e-A-- -- .f-J xr,-f Vx- 41,1 f.l3.:i'...L,-1LLT ,h,-WY YQL-A-My-'lj -x W AAA -X "'--iiJi:L,L, -,'. Full JOE FITZSIMMONS AIAMl'lS WA'rsoN MAIKION MOSLIIQY DICK BoNNIzR . Adams, Frank Addington, Glenn Bonner, Dick Brown, Louis Davis, Rue Downs, W. D. Ewards, Howard Erwin, Hugh Gibson, Xvilliam Gladden, W'ilson Trabue, Billy X Senior Hi-V OFFICERS Spring Prexidenf . RUE LDAVIS Vice-Prc'sia'z'u1' . . JAMIQS XVATSON . Serrriary . RoswIaLL PAINE . Trerzsurer . . . Svrgeafli-:If-Arnzs , . MEMBERS Goodson, Kenneth Harting, Albert Harris, Tom Hopkins, Jamex Johnson, Frank johnson, Van Kershaw, George Knighr, Bob Locke, Eugene Mosley, Marion Nance, Lee STANLEY NliE1-Y FRANK JOHNSON f53j Y Neely, Stanley O,Beirne, Clarence Paine, Roswell Payne, Walter Phillips, Bob Pillet, John Pullman, Billy Rernbcrt, Russell Rhyner, Howard Sammons, Ed Schwend, Fred Wfatson, james Chandler, Lewis f' 'N ,-A H 2 S f 4 if--af' VX" fig fi --,'z.,fx., , L-A Z,- -C. f -S-'-x,,,,, ,..1X-H, -v-. ,arms kai-if? mumm 4f"3f"x"'E!3mlQ"' 3' Fall MORGAN NESBITT' . LLOYD WILLIAMS . . FRANCIS HARRIS . CLARLNCIQ O,Bl'IIiNE Charles, Frank Clements, Walter Flynn, Charles Foster, Jimmie Grant, Dan George, Allen Harris, Francis X. Junior l-li-V OFFICERS . Prr'xifl1'nt . Vice-Prf'sidm1f . Sf't'l'l'ftIVJ' . Svrgearif-af-A1'r11s MEMBERS Spring LLOYD WILLIAMS BILLY STI3IaLI2 MORGAN SMITH HAIKIRY NELMS Nelms, Harry Nesbitt, Morgan Nichols, Bobby Ryan, Lane Sarger, J, L. Smith, Robert Steele, Billy Williams, Loyd l54l ggzfgm hx! 5 ,t P-'S I ,e 1 A, 3 e -9 Q53 'I ' -I 2 xi-A, "n,,fX3Qi-236-f 3 s f ' V" ' ----K f- X,-'W f. 9- R ' ' Mi - .Wm Laqwgfigd Q Adelphi Forensic Club Locke, Eugene Jacobs, Jimmie Gibson, Williana Austin, Virginia Hopkins, James Herring, Sibyl Zimmerman, Dorothy Neshit, Nina Evans, Joan Wellenkamp, Betty Pullman, Anne McKinney, Cornelia Rembert, Russell Banister, Corinna Brown, William Banister, Corinna Banister, Carolyn S. Stanley Knapp, Sjzonsor The Adelphi Forensic Club is the nucleus for the debating teams of North Dallas High School. From its members come those to be elected to the National High School Honor Society of Public Speakers who have completed satisfactory work in interscholas- tic competition in speech work. All but four of our members have become eligible to membership in the NFL this year. Four of those becoming members have earned the degree of distinction which is the highest degree obtainable. l55l 'riiflivri -X M32 fr . 5: V ' , :fx A95 ' 55: S-----,J.-I1i1.f. . Av,-kQa,.zjN,,,e F, QQWV0 -,FA-If-7 A 3 M, mumu Fall SIM Lmua . . LAVONIA Rolulfi . ELAINI1 NIc1I1oI,s WAI 'I'I-114 CoI.1-MAN THOMAS BIIOWNING Bridges, Henry Browning, Tlirxinna Coleman, Wfgiltei' Cook, Hnrolrl Lillie, Sim Q6QlGO4, CID Derigon Club OFFICERS . Prexiffwzf . Vid'-1'rz'xiIfc'11l . . Sl'Cl'l'fcIl'j' . . T!'f'tlX1IP'l'Y . . Rvjmrfvr . MEMBERS Mittcntlml, Freeman Parr, James Sullivan, Cary Abernathy, Betty Driesbnck, Eleanor Sjiring HAROLDE Cook . BHTTY ABIQRNATHY . I,AvoNIA RORIII, ELAINE NICHOI.S l:l.ORliNCli FISHER Fisher, Florence Nesbitt, Nina Nichols, Elainf' Roric, Lavonia 5561 XEFETRE-f fi, Lf I I GL? i if -A A f- X,-. 'Wan A Fall RUBY GENE NOELI. . . MARGAREIT RECHENBERG ELIZABETH REDDINO . . MAROUERITE FORD . . MRS. KATHERINE BRADFORD Alt, Gertrude Beason, Dorthea Buflfington, Marietta Dorman, Dorothy Evans, Mary Ford, Marguerite Franklin, Frances Gardner, Louise Gunn, Harold Head. Elizabeth rts and Craft Club OFFICERS P7't'SfLI'l'IIf . . Vicf'-Pwxiderzf . S6'l'fl,f!lf-Y . . . Treasurer . 1'11lJ1irifVy MIIIIIIKQUT . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Head, Rayford Hillyer, Elaine Isaacs, Frances Kinard, Dorothy Kirkley, Alice McQuade, Jane Mondt, La Var Nafus, Virginia Noell, Ruby Jean O'Bierne, Marion Spring . RUBY GENE NOELL . . JANE MOQUADI-1 . ELIZABETH HEAD . DOROTHY RAYMOND . ELIZABETH REDDING MRS. KATHERINE BRADFORD Rainwater, Paul Raymond, Dorothy Rechinberg, Margaret Redding, Elizabeth Rogers, Margaret Tyler, Ruth XVatterworth, Elizabeth Watkins, Martha Webb, Norvelle T571 ,- -QNX Nz I .ver 1 A Q' .F M i i ,--1.1, ,f 4 5 1- ff f X ' f e ef- NA-.f-- f-J X, X4-Qgfvf M i i iii fQ55xV'g Qrchestra Vi0li11S Tru mprls Bill O,Connell Evangeline Pool Fay Fields Mary Alice Cook Georgia Kent Doris Taylor Norvellc Webb Vandelia Perry Dorothy Baird Barbara Becker Allison Scotland C111 7'ilIt'fS Blanchard Boyer David Greenburg Edward Haschert Raymond Mason Alice Beakley Fluff' Vaughn Self Oscar Ray Charles Parmelee Julian Hoyle Guitar Buss Lyle Owings Johnny Thompson Dru 111 .v Milburn McCrcdie Norris Bumpass Piano i581 Lorraine Smith Emma jean Rucker 13-5? - ' X ,,.,1,,,f If K 41 5,?'-i------ 71--1-sn V-.-fl.,-..e,.. . ---1-k-s-,,.Zf..,.., A, ,..f XA,-C- 'Lf e . e ee 'mf-'ew -ilgwax Lcff In Rigfnf, First Row: TeVault, Don DuH0n, W. Ormsby, Claude Avann, James Shipp, Todd Vaughn, Chester Phillips, Norman Kennemer, Elbert Weaver, Dwayne Ward, Vernon Williams, Winston Campion, Jimmy Glee Club Lrff io Rigbf, St'l'liI7l1,R0lL'I Brown, Robert Rilie, Maurice Edwards, Cullen Hill, Henry Barnes, William Goebel, Richard Walling, Bill Norrheurr, Robert Buchanan, Earl Spence, John Meier. Walter Noi' in Pir'l11rr': Jlrrolazfnzlzisf: Scheibe, Bill Doris Moody Alt, Bill Leff I0 Rigbl, Tbirrl Row: Bond, Wilson Boyer, Blanchard Ford, Buster Meason, George Grube, Edward Phillips, R. G. Pitts, Truett Brogoitti, Edmond Lewis, Reynold Holt, Fred McGrath, Frank Hood, O. H. Sammons, Edward Coleman, B. H. 1591 4 'I fig- ' 'T ' " T Vg.: Al 5 4,1 I f Zinc-,. ,A , Ji ff A J, .P K ffgmf Rf January Senior play H-I-ne Hidden Guestli l CAST john Iurllains . . . EUGENE LOCKE Otto Hubncr, convict . . . ED BROWN Bert lurlkins, his son . JOE FITZSIMMONS "Melons,,' servant girl , BETTY MCGAFFEY Chester Briggs . . . HOWARD RHYNER Ruby Mayfield . . MARGARET BUNDSCHUH Tad Wilson, college boy. . SAM FREEDMAN Mrs. Barrington . . , . EVELYN GRIFFIN McCarty, policeman . . . C. M. NEWSOM Nell Trotwoozl . . . LOUISE STERNER Minnie Mayfield . . DOROTHY SHELBY , ll , ll JUUC SZIWIOV play, -I-IQQI' House CAST MARY ELIZABETH MQNUTT SIBYL HERRINO BILLY PULLMAN ANNETTE GUY FRANK JOHNSON H. H. SPENCER DOIRYS LOUISE ALLEN HAROLD STOVAL JACK MORRIS MARGARIQT NE1.lI Hll.l. ELMER DALTON l60l 'ae W 'A bl I Cy 3 "ix !,,.,y fe I 4 a A5 :fl " im--P1412-5g-. , ..C,,XM-'Ji-3.7,-xt-.,1fj,, Mggg K, GLR V Y Lung nggwiaxa Avann, James Bond, Wilson Boyer, Blanchard Buchanan, Earl Campion, Jimmy Coleman, B. H. Ford, Buster Akin, Ruth Atkins, Audrey Alderman, Ilene Bailey, Jane Bannister, Carolyn Campbell, Frances Campbell, Katherine Casper, Ruby Chaney, Frances Combs, Jewel Decatur, Dorothy Ferguson, Martha Goodman, Sibyl A Capel la Choir Green, Dorothy Holbert, Bonnie Howe, Dorothy Keyes, Frankie Kizer, Ruth Knight, Helen Long, Jane Lyons, Jessie Malone, Gail Matthews, Christie Grube, Edward Hood, O. H. Meason, George Scheibe, Bill Thomas, Oliver Vaughn, Chester Weaver, Dwayne McNutt, Mary Elizabeth McQuade, jane Meason, Sarabeth Miss RUTPI j. CURTIS, Director Monteith, Margaret Moore, Roberta Nesmith, Edna Nolan, Emma Catherine Peters, Ethelyn Rader, Ann Robinson, Marjorie Scott, Peggy Shaffer, Elizabeth Skiles, Rose F. Smith, Margaret Stone, Geneva Strong, Betty R. Taylor, Lucille Thomson, Virginia Walker, Beth Wfalton, Minnie Pearl Watson, Mary K. Wolfert, Shirley E611 5? fb -si b ff' 'Mb r .HER , Z1-! Zt QQ -I 'K ' - --,7L,f'1i-:fu-.- -..,-,N . ---.JH ,,...., ,.., ,.-fx-,..f-Q I ' GLR Y Y a.a.u.u.5 ,nE.4?5x9' Pl'E'SflI'l'I1If . . Vice'-l'resizlw1f Secrefary . . Sponsor . Ball, Katherine Boll, Florence Bowles, Mary Virginia Clark, Clara Ferrell, Juanita Hemphill, Janita Qlympiad Clulb OFFICERS MEMBERS Hewitt, Anita Hogg, Martha Lockhart, Sara MacQuiston, Mary Mansheld, Jacqueline Mclver, Marie 5621 . FLORILNCI1 BOLI, lVlARY VIRGINIA Bowms . VIRGINIA ROGERS . . Buss KELLER Mitchell, Frances Mitchell, Virginia Mowat, Nancy Palmer, Elsie Rogers, Virginia Rucker, Emma Jean .w -E A A5 nv X NTD' X. f i AUQ-Tx! G, if Lg7" -'L-wx!--fe '1-- -va.-fxr- , Aw, T, Fhfxa ,Y,,,...fx ZW-19 E 'ffl' - ' , 'sn-f ' ""' ' "" " I ' ff. gl 1 N ' '13 . manga nfgwdiu Ll. Football LETTER MEN Two-year: One year: Eugene Locke Stanley Neely . . Truett Pitts Billy Pullman Truman Ford Joe Fltzslmmons lc, james Watsog Cecil Turquette Pete Schurba Randall Bridges Kenneth Gwdsvn George Kfufllek Bill Malone john Harrison Felder Cullum Marion Mosley Kenneth Hauskins Karl Zsehach Norris McCrary Robert Northcutt QMgr.J THE SEASON North Dallas 6 Stripling . . North Dallas Cleburne . 13 North Dallas 7 Mineola . North Dallas Forest . . 18 North Dallas 6 Sherman . . North Dallas Denison . . North Dallas 12 Oak Cliff . North Dallas Technical . 45 North Dallas 14 Woodrow . 6 l ln accordance with its usual policy of sponsoring athletics, the Olympiad Club has made this page possible. The football team and the Viking hereby express their deep ap- North Dallas North Dallas North Dallas North Dallas North Dallas preciation. Firsl H al f 30 Tech . 2 6 Woodrow 36 Sunset 16 Forest 23 Oak Cliff Firsi Team Goodson, Kenneth Daugherty, Guy Dorbandt, Winston Caruthers, Delmar Keith, Wilbur Wilson Zschach, Karl Tripp, Murrell Jones, Jesse Ulrick, Clarence Baslcetbal l Secorld Half North Dallas 13 Tech .... North Dallas 17 Woodrow Wilson North Dallas 29 Sunset . . . North Dallas 34 Oak Cliff . . North Dallas 31 Forest . . Second Team Haley, Lawrence Bianchi, Ed Leavell, Walter Palmer, Bill Heitmeyer, Fred Loper, Honore Pierce, George Mosley, Marion L63 3 l ,Ha ,H , H l .--ri? E ug. -5 rr 3 1 e V 1.---lg!! 9, 1 Y S, U' 'sf .ai i -.,K.,N,X V if gsgjf, :A :tu - - --,'a.-4-w..,Y , fm-,-ef , --...J-. I , ,,,.- ., F-15 XA,--2-. ,125 1-If ' an C M" Regimental Stall RF,2lIlI!'llfHI Cfnn1n1am1'i'r' Lieutenant Cnlunel Billy Trabue Ri'gilm'ulu1 E,Yl'ClI1fl'!' Major Milburn McCredie Krgirrzvvllal Adjzzlarzi Captain Edwin Cage Staff Cjjfrvrs Captain Charles Hill Captain -Iames Hopkins First Lieutenant Harry Selman First Lieutenant W'illiam Brown Master Sergeant Gordan Lyons Master Sergeant lidmund Crump l I CKl'I'AINlXll'Nl1llS FIRST BATTALION STAFF S1 Rf-I wi B'-1141-OCR Iiillluliuu CTOIlll7I1lNll1'V - ----- -"- il llllm' lid SSUWWHIS liilllaliou EH'l'Ilfil 4' - liuftaliuu Ailjnlanl - liirffiilinlz P4'r,t0nm'l - - - - ' f - ' SECON D BATTALION STAFF Hxlffillfflll Crmlnzinzilw' - --f-- - r Iitllfizliou lj,xi'rn!ii i' - liizffizlinzz Ailjnhznf lhllfirliozz Pt'V'XOIIll1'l - First Lieutenant Harry Givens Second Lieutenant Hub Phillips Second Lieutenant Louis Brown NlainrliuswellP.1ine - Captain Bob Knight First Lieutenant Frank Adams Second Lieutenant George Peek gf' if ,ry T r TT V I 64 sr X' ff"-"' xg: S an-ff ff f K ' ' K' """'X' fwafx- - 'YI-x.,-,,Z:',.., ,.L ,J XM,-eu,-f ,gan .- 'U S use - -2-'Q Comjnmy Com nzauilrr' Conzpuny li.x'c'r'11ii1'4' - Firm' Platoon Comnmnzler Seroml Plaloon Comimuindrr Ofbrr Ofirrrs - A Companui Conznzamfvr Company Ii.w'r11fil'c' - Fin! Pfafoon Com nmmfrr Serromf Plafnon Com mamlrr Oflwer Ojffiwrs - - , , ., .4 c,-Q' 1 VY COMPAN Y A - Y - - - Captain Harold Stovall First Lieutenant William Gibson - - - - - - - First Lieutenant Buster Ford - - - - - - - First Lieutenant Walter Payne Second Lieutenant Dan Blackburn, Second Lieutenant Robert Watson, Second Lieutenant Edward Grube, Second Lieutenant Truman Ford COMPANY B - - - - First Lieutenant Howard Edwards First Lieutenant David Crowley - - - - - - - First Lieutenant Hugh Erwin A - - 4 - - - First Lieutenant james Shelton Second Lieutenant Randal Bridges, Second Lieutenant Leonard Berkley, Ssconj Lieutenant George Mcason, Second Lieutenant Renard Haywood iz i Fi F7651 WF, -Y Y V F WKVWHWWW .F rg is -S eggfg' f""", his 1 sl' xl :ua A. if I 'EX X .nd-L13 If G A E 'ft a ' nf-'B-f"'XilY'--'-f,-w.. . -1-1-X----dA,Z:-,.-, ,., FJX,-lf 30 M GLF manga mffgwffgga siwsualmsmmw., Company Commander Company Exeruti1,'e - First Platoon Commander Second Platoon Commander Olfarr Ojiferx - - Company Commanrlvr Company Execuiive - First Plafoon Commander Second Platoon Commmmler Other Ogirers - - COMPANY C - - Captain J. B. Smith - - First Lieutenant Elmer Dalton Second Lieutenant Lawrence Hamilton - Second Lieutenant Walter Crump Second Lieutenant Charles Hunter, Second Lieutenant Bob Phillips, COMPANY D Second Lieutenant Jack Walker First Lieutenant George Kershaw First Lieutenant Harry Langley - - First Lieutenant Charles Hickey - - First Lieutenant Frank Richardson Second Lieutenant Ifelder Cullum, Second Lieutenant Karl Zschach, Second Lieutenant John Thompson fwwwnf- - - kr, ,u 7 f. .V .V v L, L, It 3,6 it 'g?3L""" sir v I-Q' 1 , 1 S l ixifw'----li-hsx"N-L "'6" ff f?1Qif V M " fq'H"Nce ' -M-N-sf-'xffft -J?giF an B Q, ,M ,gesvfgiff I , . l COMPANY E Cwnpa11yCo1r1ma11di'r - - - - First Lieutenant Albert Harting Comlmny Executive - - First Lieutenant john Pillet Firsi Plrzioan Couzlnumlri' Second Lieutenant Lon Sailors Sveoml PltIf00l1 Cu'mrr1aml1'r - Second Lieutenant Bert Sherrill Ofbrr Ojffevrx - - Second Lieutenant Clifton Coffee BAND Captain Louis Kramer Second Lieutenant Billy Marshall First Lieutenant H. H. Spenser Second Lieutenant Vaughn Self Second Lieutenant Donald Dawson Second Lieutenant Harold Smith F-.-...K-F-.-. : QM! " t w E671 JOIQQS and 'ROUN D HOME Pnzzlmf Douior: "You should be well by now. I-Iave you carried out all my instruc- tions?" Palivnf: "All but one. I ean't take that two-mile walk every morning. I get dizzy." P1lZZ1L'dDOL'f0I'I "Dizzy? I don't under- stand." Ptlfifllfi UI must have forgotten to tell you. I'm a lighthouse keeper." "Hannah, do you know anything about my wife's whereabouts?" "Yes, sir, I put them in the washfx UNTRUTHFUI. ADVERTISING "Can you beat it?', "W'liat now?" "I bought this suit on tl 'pay-as-you-can' plan, and now they insist that I pay when I can't." ESCAPED HIM Pairon: "I haven't come to any ham in this sandwich yet." Waifcr: "Try another bite." Palron ftaking huge mouthfulj: "Nope, not yet." Waifer: "Darn it! You must have gone right past it." 68 Ads HELPED HIMSELIT TO HEALTH IIOIl.Yt'Il'IfL'f "Look here, my man, why do you always come to my house to beg? Truuzji: Q'IJoetor's orders, Ma,am." lI0ll.Yl'lt'If'L'S I'Doetor's orders!" Tmnzji: "Yes'm. He told me, when I found the food that agreed with me, to eon- tinue it.'I ' BOYS XVIII GROW' UP l"r'rxZu11a11: "Mania, may I go out to- night?" Sanjzliofzzow: "Going out tonight. Mother. Home at ten." Ilzllior: "Going out tonight, Dad." Sfllilllif "G'night, Dad. l'll bring in the milk." THE LATIN IJUR IT The examination question read: "Give the principal parts of any I.atin verb." One none-too-bright student, unable to give a correct answer, wrote: "Slippo, slippere, falli, bumptusf' The paper came back, corrected, with these words: "Failo, failere, fluncto, suspendumf' KINDLY CONSOLATION "I have always had a presentimcntf' she said, "that I should die young." "XVell, darling," remarked her dearest friend, "you didn't, after all, did you?" Guy'S Pharmacy 3912 Cedar Springs Conzplimenls of . . Interurban Cafe In the Interurban Building 5-0036 DALLAS . . at Jackson and Lane HARMONY W'ith everybody wearing black shirts in HYOU my Vou never Clash with your Italy, our idea is that the laundry business Wifcyf ' isn't what it used to be. "Never. She goes her way and I go hersf' ,E ,B ,IA ROOSEVELT KNOWS THIS TOO BAD Little mark in Latin, Little mark in French Put a football player Back upon the bench. THE YEARS BETWEEN "No, I'm not going to marry Helen. I've found out about her pastf, "Past? What's wrong with her past?" C1 73 Too long. AMPLE PROOF C11s1'0mt'r: "And do you recommend this sleeping mixture?" Drzzggisf: "Yes, sir. We give an alarm clock with every bottle." Diplomacy is letting someone else have your way. HOW WE'RE ORGANIZED Teafber: "Thomas, name the organs of sense and their functions." Thomas: "Well, you see with the eye or- gan, hear with the ear organ, smell with the nose organ, feel with the hand organ, and eat with the mouth organ.' Mrs. Gentry was having an informal en- tertainment, with some seven or eight cou- ples as guests. Suddenly the patter of tiny feet was heard from the head of the stairs. PHONE 3-0480 Bert'S Barber Shop Emmy damn Standard Service 4103 Oak Lawn Avenue H' MOELLENBERG: PMP- 5-4444 5-3118 1624 North Haskell Ave. Dallas, Texas 5691 Compliments of. . Compliments of , . W. TUCliCf,S S'Cl1CllO JEWELER "Pfz0tograpfz.v Tha! Please" 1525 Eim sf. 13102 Elm Sf' 'I' "Good morning, sir, I'm an auto sales- man-" - "That's all right, my good fellow. I-Iere's a quarter-go buy yourself a square meal." 2? 25 PE Lola: "Why all the pains in opening the letter so carefully?" Lulu: "Oh, I had a spat with James and I want to see what he has to say before I return it unopened." It 3? W The little Yankee girl had come South to school. "What kind of a tree is that?" she asked her Southern cousin. "Why, that's a fig tree," was the reply. "My, I always had an idea the leaves were bigger than that," she gasped. 7? 7? 5l' Some of these North Dallas girls are so tough that they wear poison ivy instead of roses. YP 31' 51' Several Chatter Members of 103 have written to Ma Ferguson for a pardon. ALMOST A CHAMPION "Wlio is that tough looking guy over yonder?" "Why, that's Tiger Munroe, the noted Fort Worth gunman. He has shot down and killed nine men." "Really?', "Yes, only three more and he wins the district championship, then he gets to com- pete in the championship round against the Chicagoansf' Some people take gym to reduceg others eat in our lunch room. SZ- 21- 21- It is said that Washington lived too early because he once threw a dollar across the Potomac, but now if he lived he would have to throw fifty-nine cents. 2? IP Db The graduate of the college course in the apprehension of criminals was starting at the bottom. In his new patrolman's uniform he approached the organ grinder. li- IJ' il- "Have you a license to play?" he asked. "If not you must accompany me." "Sure," said the modern minstrel. "What will you sing?" ag- :5 sp- "My, I'm certainly getting a lot out of this course," said the S. M. U. chemistry student as he walked home from class with ten bucks' worth of laboratory equipment in his pocket. Sonny was saying his "Now-I-lay-me" in a very low voice. "I can't hear you, Sonny," mother mur- mured. "Wasn't talking to youf' Sonny rebuked firmly. ' 'QI-Iey, Joe," yelled the executioner as he strapped the flapper murderess in the chair. "hook up the extra generator. It takes a lot to shock this younger generation."-- Cornell Wfidow. ' I 70 GUY W. MANNING Lemmon Avenue Plneernengf Service That Satisfies 4300 Lemmon Ave. Phone 5-5531 "Yes, thatls the price for two orchestra seats. Want ,em?,, Frank johnson: "No, I think I'll take Ll Mediterranean cruise instead." One reason why the world laughs with you is that it was going to laugh anyway, whether you did or not. Mac' N.: l'Have you heard the story of the dirty shirt?" Clifton S.: "No.,' Mac N.: 'lThat's one on me." "Pop" Meyers Qto boy sent from the of- ficej: "Why were you sent to me? Had they no cleverer boy than you?,' H. H. Spencer: "Yes, but they thought I was clever enough for you." Ed H.: "John, take this letter to the post oihce. Buy a two-cent stamp and mail it.', QIn ten minutes john returns.j Eel H.: "Did you mail the letter, john?" john T.: "Certainly, but I saved the two cents. I saw a lot of people drop letters into a box, so I watched my chance and when no one was looking I dropped mine in too." George M.: "A man got awfully drunk on water this morning." Ed G.: "Why, you can't get drunk on water." George M.: "You can get just as drunk on water as on dry land." Billy T.: "There was a fire in our house last night." Edwin C.: "Get out!" Billy T.: "I did." Mrs. Ferrell: KNOW, Jaunita, you must be goodf' Iuzmila F.: "It isn't healthyf' Mrs. Ferrell: "Healthy?" jaunitu F.: "No: the good die young." Marlba D.: "I know he's a darling, but it's no use. My husband doesn't like dogs." Salesman: "You buy lim, lady. You can get another 'usband, but you won't get an- other dorg like 'im." 31- Pl- :P John D. says the only parting that ever troubled him was the parting of his black hair. A man who is troubled to keep the Wolf from the door should not live where there are many doors. Forest H.: "Who was George Washington's father?" Sherwin S.: "Who?" Forest H.: "Old man Washington, of course." QHEAGAI 'feb May we extend our very best wishes to the classes of 1934 MO0RE"S GROCERY 4310 LEMMON AVE. Better Things to Ent U11 R. O. T. . HE DQ ARTER RIDING EQUIPMENT OUTDOOR CLOTHING 7 nz 7' ro I I 5 208 NORTH AKARD STREET HE SHOULD HAVE BEEN Tc'uz'fJvr': "Albert, use the word 'con- science-strieken' in a sentencef, Albvrf: "Never eonseienee-stricken until they're hatehedf' 3000 YEARS AGO AESOP SAID- A lion met a tiger As they drew beside a pool. Said the tiger, "Tell me why You're roaring like a fool?" "That's not foolishf, said the lion Witli a twinkle in his eyes. "They call me king of all beasts. Because I advertisef' A rabbit heard them talking And ran home like a streakg He thought he'd try the lion's plan But his roar was a squeak. A fox came to investigate- And had luncheon in the woods. Moral-when you advertise, my friends, Be sure you've got the goods. IT XWASNVI' BLISS Sojzlwlzzorv Qarrested for speedingj: "But orheer, I'm a high sehool student." Cuff: "Ignorance is no excuse." TWO URDIIRS "Well," replied a boy after his first day,s work at the local groeeifs, "I've got two orders from Mr. Jones todayf' "Fine,,' exclaimed his mother proudly. "Yes, one to get out and the other to stay out." XVPIAT,S IN A NAINIE You can tell a college man, in college and after graduation, by the way he signs his name. Ifor instance: Freshman: Bill Smith. Sophomore: Willigiimm Smith. Junior: W. Algernon Smith Senior: Williiim A. Smith Graduate: W. A. Smith. Job-hunter: Smith. T72 Collzplimmzzfs of . . ABERNATHY'S HARDWARE 4110 Ross Avenue CALL US W. H. VAUGI-IAN SAND and GRAVEL Waslaed sand and Gravel Plant Phone 5-9137 Residence Phone 5-1940 I-IE KNEW HIS BUSINESS The Laffy: i'My boy, I wish a magazine for a girl ten years old." Boy Szzlesmau: "Mine are new issues, Ma'am, but if you'll wait a minute I'1l go up to the dentist's ofhce and get you one that old." HE'D STICK TO IT uJohnnie," asked his mother, "what is all that noise on the back porch?" "Mother, therels a thousand cats out there, fightingf' said Johnnie, after a survey. "Johnnie, you shouldnlt exaggerate so. Now, how many are there?" llTl1C1'CiS five hundred, anyway." "Are you sure?" "Well, there's fiftyf, "Johnnie, did you count them?" "Well, there's our cat, and Thompsons', and I won't come down another cat." GET A IVIUFFLER First Cczmper: "You woke me out of a sound sleepf, Iivllow Cazfzjwr: "I had to. The sound was too loudf' THE BALD FACT Firsf Bzzsifzexx Mau: "Have any of your childish hopes been realized?" Semml Business Man: "One, When my mother combed my hair I used to wish I didnlt have anyf' It is said that Cuban scientists have al- most perfected a gun that goes off rlutO- matically at any time a President comes within Hfty yards. DO COME BACK? "Don't you hate being a bill collector? It must be awful being unwelcome wher- ever you go." B. C.: "Oh, no. You see, almost everyone asks me to call again." Freshman: "Can you tell me where to find the lecture hall? Senior: "Sorry, old man: I'm just a stu- dent here myself." judge fsternlyjz "Well, what is your alibi for speeding fifty miles an hour?" Bill Beazley: "I had just heard, Your Honor, that the ladies of my wife's church were giving a rummage sale, and I was hur- rying home to protect my other pair of pants." judge: "Case dismissed." 71- 25 75 'Twas in a restaurant they met, Romeo and Julietg I-Ie had no cash to pay the debt, So Romeo'd what Juliet. Once an algebra teacher saw a very terri- ble wreck in which two persons were killed. The man who was thought to be blamed for the accident disappeared. An algebra teacher was the only eye-witness. When asked the accused,s license plate number the teacher said he was not sure but he thought that the square of the first number plus the cube of the third root of the fifth member was twice the remainder of the total addi- tion of the numbers squared. PORTER T. BENNETT RADIO 4112 Oak Lawn 58-2201 Fim' Repair Sl'1'l.'fCI' in All Rarfiox TO LOOK YOUR BEST SEE US AVONDALE BARBER SHOP W. L. JAc:KsoN, Proprietor For Ladies, Men and Children Phone S-0041 4105 Oak Lawn Ave. U31 Phone 5-3800 Cedar Springs and Throckmorton A VALA WN We are not satisfied until you are VU, l.. SMi'rH, Proprietor Cleaners, Dyers, l-latters Quality Motors OAK LAWN AT NEWTON 5-5191 General Repair Service 3919 Cedar Springs Phone 5-0177 ei- Counterfeiters have gone out of business Bob K.: "Do you believe ignorance is because now the government can make a lJliSS?,' dollar worth less than they can. Robert WJ "Why?" 'r :IA :P Bob K.: "You seem happy." Newspaper Editor: "Rush us another ship- . . 4 ,, ii ii ii . ment of X, Y and Z for printg it looks as V eXgZ!illfOCg6D,,When you die Where do you 1fRuSS1a will have 3 War' Silayl H.: 'Tm not particular. I have ti' rf' :P friends in both places." George K.: "Frances says I'm the apple of :P :P 'P hef eye." Connor H.: "Did you hear about the hor- Howgyd EJ "Tell Frances if She ai,-ft rible torture Mimi Nelms was put to yes- careful such green fruit will make her sickf, t6rday?" 5 is :L Charles B.: "What was it:?', ' ' Connor H.: "She had a tooth filled." What secret is it that may be warranted Charles B.: "Oh, that didn't hurt her to keep in any climate? much," A womalfg age, Connor H.: "It didn't hurt her at all, but :L ,L :P she was compelled to stop talking for two A i hours." lvilliam G.: "What size collar do you ss Yr ,za Wear? U . H Malrovn C.: "Do you know how to keep Hugh EJ Fifteen' your pants from bagging at the knee?" William G.: "You're not the dog I'm Blanc-hm-d B.: "NOS how?" looking for." Malcom C.: "Wear knee pants." ,pu .,.,. H rw l524 - 26 ! MAIN ST. 0 DALLAS' OWN CLOTHING STOILL f- C7116 Qfome of G?'l1J'hZ'07Z Slfark Qlotlzer -1 Manhattan Shirt: . . . . . . Dobbf Hats ikikrk - - 'JA V74 l In .rineere appreciation of the patronage ant! frienalrnip of the entire .rtnaent bear ana faculty of the Dallaf High Seheolf for the part ten years . . . nieriean eanty Qener Qornpany The cover on this book was produced in this plant 'X' HE AIMED TO MISS INTERESTING FACTS Dad: "How was archery practice the A trout can lay 10,000,000 gg th day, Song" t g, but has nev learn d kl Son: "Couldn' ht h g F1 may be CX d by Pl S l l l 1 f d h t g Drdf "Hope you h h g d y 11 h ply ' h th b k Swv "Whoa, Dad T d yi g g Th T' ' y Ch 1 151 h ld t 'ngf' H h b t t l75l LUCK 'ro YoU, SENIORSI Wfhen in need of Hardware and Sporting Goods Think of L. J. SHARP HARDWARE "Dallas' Mos! Conzpleff' I-I!Il'Cl,'LUlIl'l" Shire" 13 years serving North Dallas 'I- INVISIBLE HUMOR He thought of himself as humorist. He sent a dozen of his jokes to a newspaper. One day a letter arrived with the news- paper's address in the corner. Conhdently, but with excitement thrilling through him, he opened it. The letter said: "Dear Sir: Your jokes received. Some we have seen beforeg some we have not seen yet." DRAMA IN THREE ACTS Act I-Captain Cook. Act II-Captain Cook and the Cannibals. Act III-Captain cooked. HE'D CO-OPERATE Boss: "Sorry, but I'm afraid I canit give you a job. I haven't enough work to keep my own men busy!" lark Wfclllzer: "Aw, take me on, Mister. I won't work hardf, 'I- PRETTY THIN "Poor man," said the kind housewife, "you look as though you haven't eaten for a week, you're that thin." "Thin!" said the tramp. "I am thin. Why, Mum, I'm so thin that when I have a pain in my middle I can't tell whether itys a stomach-ache or a back-ache." SIMPLE! A man approached a stranger on the street and smirkingly said to him: hour train from Chicago going 60 miles an hour, how old am I?" The stranger looked the joker over a moment. "Why, you're 38,', he said. "That's right," said the man in surprise. "How did you know?" "Easy," said the stranger. "My cousin is half crazy, and he's 19.', "If a train averaging 50 miles an starts from New York and meets a COMPLIMENTS OF . . . VAN WIN KLE'S BOOK STORE 'TG 1 B. 84 B. Cafe SINCE 1911 IJIIIIIOIIS for lis Sm Iiooffx and Tbirfz, Temfer, mm' Izzify Sizzling Sfcvzkx Two Doors North of Adolphus 105 South Akard You r Pafrofmge Apprcfciafml EL EENIX COFFEE SHOP MEXICAN COOKING Also AMERICAN DISHES 4201 Oak Lawn Avenue Phone 5-0169 "S-li-li-h,', Mrs. Gentry cautioned, her finger to her lips, "listen to the children de- liver their good-night messages. It always gives me a feeling of reverence to hear them -they are so mueh nearer the Creator than we and they speak the love that is in their little hearts so freely just before they go to bed. Listen-U There was a moment of silence . . . then: "Mamma," piped a shrill voice, "Johnnie found a bedbug in his bedf' COULDN'T SCARE HIM Boxx: "Did you eolleet that bill?', Kelley: KNO, sir. He hit me over the head with a waste basket and kicked me out the front doorf' Boss: "You go baek and collect that bill. 1111 show him he Can't scare me." A ROUGH REPORT Iiirxf Golf P11rl11r'r: "Golfing is pie for mef' Sr'f'omf Golf I'ul'1'l11'r: "I've noticed you take plenty of slieesf' TI-IE SPORT NIODEI. ZOO A balky mule has four-wheeled brakes, A billy goat has bumpers, A firefly has a bright spotlight, Rabbits are puddle jumpers, Camels have balloon-tired feet, And carry spares of what they eat, But still I think that nothing beats The kangaroos with rumble seats. HEY! HEY! Professor: "Adolph, what would you sug- gest to bring back prosperity?" Jlzloljlb: "The horse, sir. Bring back the horse and the country will be stabilized." FELLOW' SUFFERER A landlord wrote to his tenant: "Dear Sir:-I regret to inform you that my rent is much overdue. Will you please forward me a eheek?U Back eame the reply: "Dear Sir:-I see no reason why I should pay your rent. I ean't pay my own.', 5-2119 5-2110 ak Lawn Cleaners A Safe I'ff1c'c' fo Buy fl Good U.1'l'lI, Cnr Frank Beck Auto Co. BEN NEAL 2918 Oak Lawn Avenue DALLAS 702 North Harwood 7- 5 866 ITTI Truman F.: "You know old man Ford, the butcher. What do you suppose he weighs?" Harold S.: "I don't know. What does he weigh?" Truman F.: "Meat." FP II- 2? Any girl who is afraid to stay at home at night all alone should never get mar- ried. When is a tombstone like a tallow dip? When it is set up for a late husband. I. H. C.: "What are you crying about?,' Mary jane S.: "A horse ran away with my brother, threw him out of the carriage, and he had been laid up for six months." I. H. C.: "Why, that's nothing. My brother had a terrible accident, toog only his was differentg he ran away with the horse. He's laid up now for six yearsf, "When may a bird be said to occupy a feather bed?,' "When it sleeps upon the wing." David C.: "I think the sparrows are be- coming a regular nuisanceg some years ago they imported a lot of English sparrows over here to eat the worms that were killing the trees. Now, which do you think is the worst-the sparrows or the worms?" Iamcfs W.: "I don't knowg I never had the sparrowsf' 2? 2? P5 "Why is a passenger on the B. 85 O. like Teddy Roosevelt?" "Because they are both rough riders." Horan' W.: "What is the best way to get fat?', Howard E.: "That's what I'd like to know." Horace W.: "Go to the butcher's and buy itf' Martha D.: "At what time was Adam born?" Margaret R.: "Wl1en?" Martha D.: "A little before Eve." A man will promise women and babies anything, just to keep them quiet. The RADITION 0 QUALITY + CNE reason for quality is its great endurance. This store for men and young men was here earlier than the youth of your fathers. The quality to which it holds itself argues that it will be here, still thriving and growing, when you have become the parent . . and so on through succeeding generations. E. M. KAHN Sz CO. At Main and Elm at Lamar for more than sixty years . . today one of Americafs really great stores for men and boys. I 78 l T has been a great pleasure to the Studio to have had the privilege of associating with the students of the North Dallas High School HALL-GE TRY TUDIO , est? 1 s :LV I z Y 1 1 N , l A VR 71 .K HH X -xr' I I l I. gl THIS ANNUAL PRINTED BY Wilkinson PRINTING COMPANY 'R I ' JQX iii-A 1 2 f -"' 'I 6' Qi! ,oy 'Ln


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