North Dallas High School - Viking Yearbook (Dallas, TX)
- Class of 1936
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VCI LU M E XV
PUBLISHED BY THE SENIDR CLASS DF THE NORTH DALLAS HIGH SCHDDL
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In sincere appreciation of the many happy
memories of our school and the deeper under-
standing of Hne music which We have gained
through her tireless enthusiasm, patient loyalty,
and sympathetic leadership, we, the Senior Class
of 1936 gratefully dedicate this volume of the
V iking to Miss Ruth Johnstone Curtis.
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Mlss RUTH Joi-INSTONE CURTIS
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N. R. CROZIER E. B. CAUTHORN L. V. STOCKARD
Szilzcrinlcnfleizl of Schools Assixiant Superintendent District Superinienilenf
of Schools of High Schools
Board ol Education
DAVID W. CARTER, JR., M.D., Prcxident
MRS. W. P. ZUMWALT, Vice-President
Gabe P. Allen, Choirnzan
L. O. Donald
D. D. Rogers
Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt, Chairman
L. O. Donald
Fred D. Danford
D. D. Rogers, Chairnzan
Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt
Mrs. W. A. Leeper
Buildings and Sites
L. O. Donald, Chairman
Gabe P. Allen
Fred D. Danford
Mrs. W. A. Leeper, Chairman
D. D. Rogers
Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt
Fred D. Danford, Chairman
Mrs. W. A. Leeper
Gabe P. Allen
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First Row Across: Floy Agnew, Guy Allen,
SFVUIIKI Row: Mary Bertrand, Ella G. Bigbcc,
Tbirrl Row: Myrtle Clupton, R. L. Coleman,
Fourfb Row: Ruth J. Curtis, Mabel Davies, F.
Fiflla Row: Adele Epperson, L. XV. Farrar, C. L. Ford
Landon Baker, Mable Baldwin
Katherine Bradford, Myrtle Byrd.
Olatiu Crane, Ruth Crawford.
Denny, lilizabctlm Dice.
E. M. Fulton.
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Secoml Row: Clio Irish, Rufus Hyde, Bessie Keller, Stanlev Knapp, Nell Lawler.
Tbinl Row: Ellen Meador, Sarah Meriwether, C. M. Morphis, Marion Murray, Ruth Pierce
M. M. Myers.
F01ll'fl7R0lL'J Minnie Roberts, Helen Sandel, F. A. Smith, Charles L. Syron, XV. T. Tarcly.
Fiflb Row: Eugenie Terry, Florence Taylor, Frank Turner, Maybell Waggener, Myrtle Whiteley'
H. Y. Wliitmeyer.
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GRADUATING CLASS OF JUNE, 193 6
BILL MALONE . . . . Presidemf
BILL COBB . . . . .Vice-President
MARY MAcQU1sToN . . . Secretary
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TED ADAIR BILLY AULL
Track Team? Chemistry Club' Stamp Clubg Correspondence Clubg Kodak Club.
"Why was it Ibn! his charm reifealml somehow fbv snr- ffyou, gods, will gin, 1,5 mme flmjfx to ,,mjH. Us mmgl
face of iz sl9iela'?,' y
BILLY BEN AKIN IRENE ALTERMAN
R. O. T. C. Sergeantg Chemistry Clubg Boy Scoutg
Home Room Secretary.
"To know bow to hide omfs ability ix ii great skill."
Girls' Chorusg Cantntag A Capella Choir.
"A thing of bemity is a joy fovcwrg
Ilx lowlinesx i11r'1'1'axrrx."
LEONORA ALEXANDER L
Olympiaclsg Dclphiansg Secretary of Biology Club
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Chemistry Clubg Latin Clubg Opercttag All-City Chorus' CIN
Viking Staff: Linz Pin: Library Assistant3 Studenit nsbelx fffffffmf as 'my' 'md blymc as Xhcij b0""3"U
"OD fall if by some bcllw' name,
For fl'il'l1t1Sl7if7 S0lllZdX foo fold." FRANCES AUSTIN
Biology Club Vice-Prcsidentg Linz Pinsg National
BU-LIE ALLEN Honor Socictyg Viking Stajfg Four Year Linz Ping Everts
Girl Reservcg Honor Roll. Awarclg Vollcy Ball Emblem.
"Slay as SlUl'l'f as you ann" "Vuricty's fbi- wry spice of life
That giws it ull its flavor."
Chemistry Clubg R. O. T. C. Sergcantg Model Air-
plane Clubg Crack Compqnyg Viking staff. Student -IEANE AYCOCK
Council. "The light ibut lim
"Hix words uri' fvuf and Ufffll f11r111y." Ili ll!0IIIdll,X c'yvx."
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CAROLYN BANISTER JACK BEUTEL
Delphiansg All-City Chorusg Operettag Cantatag Adel- "The victory of endurance born."
phi Forensic League.
"Deep brown eyes T1lI1Hll1g over with glee, JACK BIARD
Blue eyes are pale, and gray eyes are sober,
Bonnie brown eyes are the eyes for me."
National Honor Society, N. F. L. Degree of Distinc-
tiong Linz Pins, Perigon Club President, Debate Club
Vice-President, Chemistry Club Vice-President, Kodak
Clubg Glee Club, R. O. T. C. Captaing Camp Dallasg
Student Council, Crack Companies, Linz Bible Award,
G1 Cl b- B' l I ' ' - , , . . .
H- Pee u ' lo ogy Cub' Ccmpass Exchange Edltor' Vzkmg Business Managerg Latin Tournament Alternateg
1- ress Club. C
"The task he umlerlakes amataS',,A f .II . if ,,
Is numbering sands, and rlrinleiug oceans dry." mm 0 MS Om 'S it man 0 Wars'
V F BETTY BLACK
EDDIE WILL BARTLEY Girl Reserves, Latin Club.
Latin Clubg Linz Pinsg Student Council, National "Nor cheaply bought for lhrice her weight in gold."
"Happiness seems made to be shared." LOIQ,-XINE BLESSING
Home Room Program Chairman, Hfme Room Presi-
CHARLOTTE BARTOSH dentg Spanish Club Secretaryg Biology Club.
Latin Club, French Clubg Pcrigon Clubg Girl Reserve-sg "E4"fl9 19415 'Wi f1'1J'fl9i'18 10 519010 WOW' fdlfev
"Elegant as simplicity, and warm as ecstusyf, NIIQKEY BOND
EUGENE BEHR "Grave was in all her steps, heaven in her eye, in every
"Labor is good for tl mm" gesture zligniiy mul love."
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Glec Clubg A Capella Choir.
"The boylaoozl of ilae year."
Spanish Clubg Chemistry Club.
"Sweet are llac fhougbls that savor of ron
Biology Clubg North Hi-Press Club.
"Hence, loatbezl melu11elJoIy!"
Kodak Clubg Hi-Press Club.
"Your words bring daylight wilh them when you
"Of surly a merry, nimble, stirring spirit."
MYRTLE CORINNE CARTER
Pep Squadg Opcrettasg Cantatas.
nWhFl1 did Il10I'fIi11g ever break,
And find meh beaming eyes awake?"
MARY ANN CHADICK
ALTON BROACH National Honor Societyg Girl Reservesg President Art
Clubg Viking Slzzffg Student Council.
Football? Track? Glee Clubi Semor HPY9 Track Team "He bex! can paint ibem who xlaall feel tlaem -most."
"Young fellows will be young fellows."
' '- ' ketball' Tennis' Pan-American Club
CEREATHA BROWNING Junm' H' Y' B35 ' '
Trackg Glee Clubg R. O. T. C. Sergeant.
"Her reasoning is full of tricks "How much il was of him we met,
Arid butterfly Slfgg!'Sfl0l15.U We cannot erer know."
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Girl Reservesg Pep Squadg Pan-American.
"LiitIc' said is sooner! llIi'71dCK1.7,
"Noi much fHlk1gTll'L'l', sweat Si1t'lIt.'I'.,,
Camp Fire Girls Presidentg Linz Pinsg Chemistry Club.
"Agn fulmot wilbrr ber, nor L'1lSfO77l xlals'
Her infinilv 1'd7'fl'fj'.n
Spanish Clubg Chemistry Club.
Pretty is as prclfy docs."
Football Teamg Track Teamg Baseball Tcamg Senior
Class Vice-Prcsidentg Student Councilg Home Room Pres-
identg Hi-YQ Linz Pins.
"Nerf-r fluted wbvu one murfx 0pprrsxHI
Nvrm' :lcfealed while t1710fbl'1',S b1c'sxr'zf.U
Art Clubg Linz Ping Girl Scout.
"Do you know K1 young and beautiful woman who is no!
rvudy to flirl-just u lill1e?',
N. R. COLLINS
Boy Scoutg Chemistry Clubg Crack Companyg R. O.
T. C. Rifle Teamg Master Sergeantg Physics Class Presi-
clentg Assembliesg National Guard Camp.
"He was rI'a'ryffJix1g
To make ns wish that we fwvrv in lrix plucrf'
MARJORIE CON WAX'
Vollcy Ball Tcamg Home Room Vice-Prcsidcntg Or-
"C0n11n1ssior1, Har fizirvsl rzsxcvinli' of flu' Muff."
National Forensic Leagucg First Debate Tcamg Dcbatc
Clubg Girl Rescrvcsg Latin Clubg National Honor Socictyg
Studcntis Councilg Kodak Clubg Linz Pins.
"IIN wif wax more llmrl fnun, bm' fIIl10L'L'71L'L' a ::fJild."
"Few IZUIIKQX are izlzjmxxilflz' fo :l'iligL'ucc :mil xkillf'
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Spanish Clubg Crack Companyg Track Teamg Glec
Clubg A Capella Chorusg Assembliesg Christmas Cantatag
All-City Chorusg R. O. T. C. First Sergeant.
"In vzrry rank, or grmf or small,
'Tix i11:111sI1'y 5lll7l70I'fX us fill."
Senior Hi-Yg Trackg Footballg Crack Companyg First
Lieutenant in R. O. T. C.g Glee Clubg Camp Dallas.
"He that rifspects himself is safe from otberxf'
Footballg Chemistry Clubg Biology Clubg Journalism
Staffg Eagle Scout.
"Daly is flu' rlzfnzaml of flat' fJn111'."
Linz Pinsg Home Room Vice-President.
"Wl1al joy lo bear flwr, and 10 Ire."
"A Illdll of 111111'k.U
'rKi11!1l16SS is wisdom."
Corporal in R. O. T. C.g R. O. T. C. Parades.
"TMS box L'0!1fUil1S a man of wil."
"GiI'1' me my scallop-shell of quielf'
National Honor Society Presidentg Chemistry Club
Presidcntg Biology Clubg President Home Roomg Perigon
Clubg Viking Staffg Hi-Yg Crack Companyg Linz Pinsg
Captain R. O. T. C.
"A youth lo whom was given so much of earth, so
I71Ill'lI of l9r'uue11.',
Golf Team Lettersg Tennisg Model Airplane Clubg
Chemistry Clubg Kodak Clubg R. O. T. C. Corporalg
Glce Clubg Home Room Secretary.
"Is not true leisure'
One wilb frm' foil."
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Perigon Clubg Pan-American Student Forumg Linz
Pinsg Spanish Clubg Biology Clubg Swimming Club.
"In her langue is lbe law of leimlnessf'
French Clubg Debate Clubg Chemistry Club.
"MurlJ have I travelml in the realms of gold."
Student Councilg Centennial Chorus.
"I love iranquil soliludv, and surb society as is quiet,
wise, .md good."
Kodak Clubg Football.
"Hr ibut is of a merry heart bulls iz voniinuul fend."
Yell Leaderg Viking Staifg Stamp Clubg Chemistry
Clubg Red-Cross Presidentg Biology Clubg Perigon Club
Presidentg Crack Companyg Assembly Programsg "Tune
In"g "Chonita"g Glee Clubg Senior Hi-Yg Cantatasg
"Give me Ike young man who has sense enough io make
a fool of himself.
Won ticket selling contest.
"Siudious io please, ye! not asbumerl lo fail."
"O, to have a little lJonse."'
R. O. T. C. Lieutenantg Camp Dallasg Crack Com-
panyg Linz Pinsg National Honor Societyg Everts Awardg
Quill and Scrollg Latin Tournamentg Latin Club Presi-
dentg Kodak Clubg Perigon Clubg Adelphi Forensic Clubg
Editor of Vikingg Expert Riflemang Expert Pistolmang
Home Room Vice-Presidentg Assembly Programsg High
Honor Rollg Chemistry Club.
"He thinks too muelog such men are lllII1g6'YOIlS.n
J. D. FRUGE
Chemistry Clubg R. O. T. C. Captain.
"Of u good 11l'glI1lll11g cometh a gooil wifi."
Home Room Officer
"How beauliful is y0n!l9!" !A
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ALLEN GEORGE DORIS HARRELL
"If is really Ihr errors of man that make him Iikeabld' "True art is found in fine danciugf'
ETI-IELINE GUILLION FRANCES HARRIS
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J G "Shz' that hath lzuowlrzlge slmrelh her wo-rdsf'
Camp Dallasg Second Lieutenant R. O. T. C.g First-
Class Scoutg Viking Staffg Crack Companyg Sharpshooter
at Campg Home Room President.
R. O. T. C.g Secretary of Hi-Y,
"Belic'1fe mc, zz ihousana' frivnds sujice th-ce noi." "But boys will bf- hgyg, for Pwr and WW!"
MARGRET GLENN GREEN JAMES HARRIS
Secretary Art Club- Girl Reserves' Linz Pin- Art - .
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Editor Vzluugg Second Place Art Contest at Denton. in CMTFEZT Staff' Spams C u H1 ress C u ' Ser
"Il is through ar! and through' art only lhut wc' ran Y'
"'f'f1lif-'U UW' lW'ff'ffi0'7-U "Hr lrirzl the luxury of doing goozlf'
"What shall I :lo fo be f0rf'L'r'r known
And make the uge lo comr' my ow11.', "Thr pvrmnificution of true fric'mlship.',
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Football Lettermang Basketball Lettermang Baseball.
"Six fool Oglllllll, und every inch u king."
Latin Tournamentg Linz Pinsg Latin Clubg Delphiansg
Olympiadsg National Honcr Societyg Home Room Secre-
taryg Kodak Clubg French Clubg Volley Ball Ping Tennis
Emblemg High Honor Rollg Junior Red Crossg Viking
Assistant Editorq Quill and Scrollg Linz Bible Awardg
Everts Ping Assembly Programsg Senior Invitations Com-
"Syn1pall1y ix ilu' golden key that unlocks tba' lamrls
Chemistry Clubg Assemblies.
A gz'11tlf'mai1 and u scfoolarf,
GLADYS NATALIE HORN
Girl Reservesg Delphiansg Operettasg Student Councilg
Home Room Presidentg Linz Pinsg Assembliesg Viking
Humor Section Editor.
"Hung sorrow! Corelli kill tl rat
And fbcreforc' leis ln' merry."
R. O. T. C. Lieutenant.
"Ami what br' greatly thought for nobly flared."
Pan-Americang Tech Student Councilg Tech Spanish
Clubg Pep Squadg North Hi-Press Clubg Centennial
Chorusg Bible Linz Pin Awardg Home Room Secretaryg
Junior Red Cross.
"A dog-rose blnxbin' lo u brook nirft irzoilrsim' nor
"Wf2af ll .sfrozigrr brrrzxt plafz' Haan a bear! 11ufai11l1'd."
Model Airplane Clubg R. O. T. C. Sergcantg Chess
Tournamentg Chemistry Clubg Rifle Team.
"Hr wax II 'c'n!lc'man YOHI soul fo f'l'0lt'i1,
Clvall-f1lI'm'z'fl will inzprriully .Ili111.',
Camp Dallasg Senicr Hi-Yg Cheer Leaderg Glee Club.
"All mankind lorvx ll lover."
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"Har stature fall-I bale a ilumpy woman."
"A town that boasts intmbitaritx like mr' ran burr' 710
lark. of goozl sooiatyf'
GEORGIA LENA KENT
nmixmm' now ami then, is ralislwerl by the
"Riva and xbiiialu
"A lander heart, a loyal mimi."
"Stir ix pretty to walk with,
A1111 witty to talk with,
Anil jwleasaizt, too, to lbinlz ou."
LELA JOE LAGLER
Spanish Clubg Pan-American Studentg Hi-Press Clubg
Library Assistantg Banking Assistantg Linz Pinsg Base-
ball and Tennis Emblemsg Compaxx Staff.
"Tlx Ion' of learning, the seqzwxtarail nooks,
Ami all tba sweat serenity of books."
Chemistry Clubg French Clubg Pep Squad and Pep
Squad Clubg Linz Pinsg Red Cross Representative.
"Patience is a plant
That grows not 111 all ga1'da11s.',
"A slay fart' is better than a forward hearty tba
171Hl7Ill'Y'X with the larawst l71i17ll.n
MARY HELEN LEAKE
Girl Reservesg Chemistry Clubg Cantatas.
"A witty woman is a treasure
A witty brvinty ix a powcrf,
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Home Room Oflicerg Debate Clubg Biology Club.
"If to laer share some female errors full,
Look on ber face, and you'll forgive fbem all."
"We would be woo'zl and were 1101 marle to woo."
Chemistry Clubg Pan-Americang Second Lieutenant.
"Ho-nor is an olrl world tlaingg bu! it smells sweet lo
Noose in whose baud it is slrongf'
VIDA LEE LITTLE
Biology Clubg Girl Reservesg Library Assistant.
"But your eyes!
Your soul looking oui, Harough dark eyes?
National Honor Societyg French Club Presidentg Biel-
ogy Clubg Assembly Programg City Declamation Con-
testg Linz Pin.
"Stern Ilaughler of lhe Voife of Gofl!
Pan-Americang Linz Pin.
"Calm and nnrzzjierl as a summer sea?
Compass Staffg Hi-Press Clubg Girl Reservesg Spanish
"I will be the glarldvxf Ibing 111111117 ilae snnf'
National Forensic Teamg Debate Clubg Qalternatej De-
bate Teamg Secretary Girl Reservesg Girl Scoutsg Secre-
tary Perigon Clubg Kodak Clubg Home Room Vice-
Presidentg Library Assistant.
"viral spark of Heavenly fl:In1r'."
BETTY JIM McKAY
r'C0l1Sitlc"l' ber ufayx uml be wire."
CHARLES MAC KAY
Crack Companyg Home Room Officerg Senior Scoutg
Kodak Club: Corporalg Biology Club.
"Wilh thy clear clean joyanev
Luugonr ranrzol' be."
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LUCIENNE MCNIEL JACK MEADOWS
Compass Staffg Viking Staffg Senior Publication Staff
Spanish Clubg Kodak Clubg North Hi-Press Club.
"Beautiful as sweet."
5 Basketball Lettcrmang Tennisg Kodak Clubg Compass
Staffg Hi-Press Club.
"Do well anzl riglot and let the woirlzl sink."
MARY MAC QUISTON 1
Olympiadsg Tennis Teamg Room Agent for Compass
President of Home Roomg National Honor Societyg Secre
tary of IV-A Classg Counsellor's Assistantg Viking Staff.
"Nothing so truly beeofmes feminine beauty as
f JAMES MEADOWS ,
Corporal R. O. T. C.
"A happy youth!"
BILL MALONE SARA BETH MEASON
Glee Clubg Christmas Cantatag Footballg Hi-Yg Class
President. Linz Pinsg Chemistry Clubg Operettasg All-City
"To set the cause above renown, Chorusg A Capella Chorus Presidentg Latin Club.
Tv low' ffff' game above tht' l7"izf"D ",Tis woman that seduces all manleindg
FRANCES MANSELL By ber we frst were taught the wbeeclling arts."
'fswfff ,md lowlv KITTY ANN MET'ZGER
MARIAN MARTIN "She walks in beauty."
Editor of Coimpassg Assemblyg President of Home
Roomg National Honor Societyg Three Linz Pinsg North CLARICE MQELLENKAMP
High Press Clubg Quill and Scrollg Latin Club '32,
"I am not only witty in myself, "Woman, tby falcbion is a glittering eyeg
But the cause of wit in other men." If rleatb lurks in it, ob bow sweet to die."
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R. O T C Corporal- Crack Companyg Kodak Club'
Intm-M'um1 Flmtbau Tgam. ' Home Room Presidcntg Vice-President Physics Classg
"A merry heart doeth good likz' a 1nc'f1icine."
"Her eycs were fair, and very fairg
Hcr beauty marie me glad."
"Then on, ihen on! Where duly lriuls
My course be onward siiI1."
Secretary Delphiansg Student Council Secretaryg Kodak
Club Secretaryg National Honor Society Secretaryg
Olympiadsg Pan-American Student Forumg Latin Tourna-
mentg IV-A Class Editor of Viking.
"Her air, hrr manners, all who :uw azlnzirmlg
Courteoux, though coyg and gerzlle, though relirmlf'
Linz Pinsg Spanish Clubg National Honor Societyg Stu-
dent Councilg Chemistry Clubg Viking Club Editor:
Junior Red Crossg Assembly Programsg Four-year Linz
National Honor Society.
"BarehearlnI, jvojmlarly he bowlri,
A1111 paid the sulutulions of lhe crowd."
Footballg Basketballg Opcrertag All-City Chorus.
"Amiahi1ily shines by its 014111 Iighlf'
Spanish Clubg Kodak Club.
"Apt allifrrations arlful aid."
"Who m'z'r'r waulmi a good word from lhoxr' who :polar
Latin Clubg Boy Scoutg R. O. T. C. Sergeantg Radio
Pin: Everrs Awafd' Clubg Crack Companyg Chemistry Club.
"Gc'nlle of Speech, bl'!1f'fTL'6'l7f of mi11d.,'
"Whilst we liw, let IIX Iiwf'
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National Honor Societyg Kodak Clubg Hi-Press Club. Home Room Secretaryg Latin Tournamentg Linz Pins
"All his fanltx are with that one lows him still the Delphians'
brttcn' for them."
Girl Reservesg Spanish Clubg Glee Clubg Operettag
"I did not care one xtrauff'
Linz Pinsg Viking Stall.
"Lillla, but rlonlt lat that fool yonf'
WILLIAM THOMAS PAYNE III
Biology Club Presidentg Chemistry Clubg Perigon Clubg
Hi-YQ Crack Companyg Rifle Team Captaing Home
Room Presidentg R. O. T. C. Captaing Viking Military
"Tvach me half tha glailneis that thy brain must know."
Delphiansg Chemistry Clubg Hi-Press Club.
4 Q "My heart is like a singing biwlf'
"What a strange thing is man, and what a stranger
thing is woman."
BILLYE RAY PINYAN
"W'0man's at best a Contratlictioiz still."
Debate Teamsg Compass Statfg Operettag Cheer Leader
Home Room Secretaryg Assembly Programsg Press Club
"With words I rule nzmzf,
Delphiansg Olympiadsg Kodak Clubg Girl Reserves
Pan-Americansg Home Room Vice-President.
"It's thi' words you say, and the smiles you wear
That make yon ufell-l0w'r1e1fe1'ywhare."
Cornlbass Staffg National Forensic Lcagueg Debate Club
Viking Staffg Linz Ping Hi-Press Clubg Essay Contest
Quill and Scrollg Assembly Program.
"--Anil hail a fan' like a blvisingf'
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French Clubg Latin Clubg Home Room Vice-President.
"The quiet mind is richer than a crown,"
PAULINE VICTORIA ROSENFIELD
French Clubg Home Room Program Committee.
"The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed
Secretary of Home Roomg Pep Squad.
"Ainial9ility shines by its own light."
Trackg Baseballg Home Room President.
And ww of hwrt hm. eww look Conwyed-U "Man in sooth is a marvelous, vain, fickle and unstable
EMMA JEAN RUCKER
Delphiansg Olympiadsg Linz Pinsg Assembly Programs ED SIMMONS
Operettasg Cantata. "His smile is sweetenecl by his gravity."
"To those who know thee not, no worcls can paint!
And those who know thee know all words are faint!" DAWSON SMITH
ELQUISE RUST Second Lieutenant Rl. OA T. ig LCraclfiyCom,-Iiaanyg
National Honor Society Vice-Presidentg French Club yIVbZ2l?CIi?iingJE!LmQ:?iCeiiqresiigi.'cacgg 6325. 31:2
Presidentg Delphiang Latin Clubg Chemistry Club Vice- ' U . - , . .k. S H.-
President' Assembly Programs' Four Year Linz Pins' Act Play, Comlmss Business m3H2gCl', V1 Ing ta , 1
' ' ' Press Club.
Everts Awardg Viking Staff.
"She turnect her heart and srnileal
As might have smiled the Spriugf'
"Patieuc'e is a plant
That grows not in all garzlmsf'
"Life is a jest and all things show itg
I thought so onfe, but now I know itf'
"As pure in thought as angels areg
To love her."
N N N N N N N N N N N
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"She was good as she was fair
None-none on earth above her."
"His gentle manners won my heart?
"I was never less aio-ne than when by myself."'
Viking Staffg Home Room Vice-Presidentg Library As-
sistantg Biology Club.
"Shalt show ns how divine a thing
A woman may be made."
Stamp Clubg R. O. T. C. Z
"It mailers not how a man dies, but how h es."
EDNA EARLE STRICKLAND
"O, lovely Iarly."'
"O world! O life! O time!"
Footballg Baseballg Basketballg Track.
"And unextinguished laughter shakes the sky
"A violet by a moxxy stone
Half hidden from the eye."
"Earlh's noblest thing-a woman 1u'rfeete1l.'
'A' i' al' i' . i' uk uk uk 'A' 'k i'
N N N N N N N N N N N
Opcrettag Assembly Programs
"A dancing shape, an image gay
To haunt, lo startlc, and waylayf'
Viking Staff, High Honor Roll, Linz P
"Fm sitting high on a hilltop."
"For there is a garzlrn in her fuer."
"Take care and say this wilh presencv of mind."
Operettasg Cantatas, Junior Red Cross.
"A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most
LAVERNE ELOISE WALKER
National Honor Societyg Linz Ping Bible Awardg Stu-
dent Councilg Viking Staff.
"Let leaiowlwlgc grow from mon' lo azzorvf'
Crack Companyg Rifle Team, Second Lieutenant R.
Girl Reservesg Athletic Activitiesg Biology Club. "For his heart is like' the xva,
"Look not to u 'womarfx hvarl for her brains but rather EVN gpm' bmw and frm'
lo her hvartf'
"No lung I',YII!'Y'it'llL'l' alloys
"The swuvtesl garland fo the szwctesf nzaidf, Trim' friemlxhip's xwmft aurl supple joysf,
N N lk N N N N N N N N
Footballg Basketballg Baseball.
"Like two single gentleznerz rolled into onef,
Linz pinsg Delphiansg National Honor Societyg Home
Room Vice-Presidentg French Clubg High Honor Rollg
Viking Staffg Staff "La Biseug Everts' Awardg Assemblies.
"A little bit indepe1za'e1it."
' JOHN WHITTINGTON
Debate Clubg Perigon Clubg Camp Dallasg R. O, T. C.
Captaing Crack Company.
"He is 'lUil,S peclfllerf'
MARY ELEANOR WILIE
"Bright are her eyes with the sparkle
That glows from a heart loving and true."
Latin Club Secretaryg Linz Pinsg French Clubg Girl
Scoutsg Volley Ball Emblemg Assembly Programsg Chem-
istry Clubg Viking Staff.
"Happy I amg from care I am free
Why arerft you all content like me?',
N N N N
Lieutenant Colonel R. O. T. C.g Camp Dallasg Crack
Company Efficiency Medalg Senior and Junior Hi-Y Pres-
identg All-City President of Hi-Yg Chemistry Clubg
Kodak Clubg Home Room President.
"There's something about a soldier."
Linz Pinsg Home Room Vice-Presidentg Pan-American
"DelicaCy in woman is strength."
"Silence is as Jeep as eternityg
Speech is as shallow as timef,
"Charm doth beeome a woman!
MAR JORIE WOOD
"The joy of youth aml health her eyes display'd
Am! ease of heart her every look eorzveyezlf'
N N N N N N N N N N N
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Latin Clubg Staff Sergcantg R. O. T. C.g Linz Ping
Kodak Clubg Camp Dallasg Viking Staffg Crack Com-
"Singing fac was or floyling all tba day."
Basketballg Footballg Trackg Hi-Press Club.
"So much is a man worlb as bv csternzx fyimxclff'
Chemistry Clubg Red Cross Representativeg Cantatazg
Operetta "Tune Inng Linz Pins.
"Ab you flavor z'L'c'r'3'tlaf11gg
Yon are lfac vanilla of xofictyf'
Rifle Teamg Crack Companyg Chemistry Clubg Camp
Dallasg Expert Medalg Kodak Club.
"It lakes a great man to main' a good' 1isicnr'r"
French Clubg Biology Club.
"PearL' rules lbe clay, wharf reason rules the world."
Debate Clubg Assembly Programsg One-Act Playg Pan-
Amcricang El Circulo Espanplg Home Room Presidentg
Vice-Presidentg and Secretaryg Journalism Clubg Library
Assistantg Compasx Staff.
"Musif rcIemblc'I' pocfryg in vach
Are nameless graces which no method tcarla
And which ibc master hand alone can ranch."
Cheer Leaderg Olympiadsg Debate Clubg Biology Clubg
'rViL'IIl'ifj' is tbc gif! of woman."
ROSA LOUISE CHILDRE
Transferred from Highland Park.
"FUI plvaxaunt ana' amiable of Dorff'
Trackg Baseballg Compass Sports Editorg Quill and
Scrollg Hi-Press Club.
"'Tis goodwill nzakrx intelligence."
Football Lettcrg Track Lettcrg Glee Clubg All-City
"If would' lalfz,
Lord! How it falkael'!',
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'A' 'lr nl' 'A' ak -A' 'A' 'A' if i' al'
MARJORIE KELLY LAVERNE NANCE
"For beauty iiifvs with kindness."
"Drink to me only with thine eyes."
Latin Clubg Girl Reservesg Kodak Clubg French Clubg
Perigon Clubg Three Linz Pinsg Cantata.
"Blushing is thc' color of virtue."
REYNOLDS LEXVIS TOM HARRIS
Operettasg All-City Chorus.
"Today, wlmtmfw- may annoy,
The word for me is Ioy, just simple Icy."
"A :nun hr seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident
"Wit and wisdom are born with a man."
MC LEOD STINNETT
MARY AGNES MCGRATH
Chemistry Club. Bandg Crack Companyg Commission in R. O. T. C.
"Toi innovent for coquctry.
T00 fond for iillc' sC01'ning."
'A' i' i' 'Ir nk 'A' 'Ir 'A' ir
"His 'very foot has music in it
As ht' romes up the stairs."
IV A'S NOT IN PICTURES
Manuel Allen Jean Hall
Dorothy Behr joe Hudson
Edward Bianchi Carl La Barba
Marvin Clinic , Walter Lumpkin
. I X D. C. McEver
Allcn rake li James Maples
Jim Gayley Patsy McDonell
P. A. Goodall Robert Norrhcurr
55 0,0 J, Martin Steffy
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GRADUATING CLASS OF JANUARY, 1937
WILBUR KEITH . . . . President
MORGAN NESBITT . . . Vice-President
VIRGINIA AUSTIN . . . Secretary
BOBBY ZSCHACH . . Treasurer
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N N N N N N N N N N N
Lieutenant in R. O. T. C.g Camp Dallasg Boy Scout'
Workmanship Medalg Crack Companyg Crack Platoon.
"Truly a gloom cbaser, yet hardly a glazliolaf'
Red Crossg Girl Reservesg Volley Ball Emblemg Com-
pass Staffg Biology Clubg Spanish Clubg Assembly Pro-
"Honor is llae reward of virtnef,
Home Room Presidentg Delphiansg Latin Clubg Na-
tional Forensic Leagueg Linz Pinsg Olympiadsg Compass
Staffg Viking Staffg IV-B Class Secretaryg Debate Club.
"One sloade the more, one flae ray ibe less,
Had lnalf impaired the namesless grace."
"Her loneliness I never lenew,
Until she smiled on me."
'Ioy is lbe bes
Senior Hi-Yg Chemistry Clubg Kodak Clubg North-Hi
Pressg Pan-American Forumg Latin Tournament: Foot-
ballg Baseballg Tennisg Physics Class Presidentg Compass
"All who joy would win musl share il."
Chemistry Clubg Kodak Clubg Vice-President of
Physics Classg Pan-American Forumg North-Hi Pressg
Senior Hi-Yg Footballg Baseballg Tennisg Compass Staff.
"Happiness was born a twin."
Arts and Crafts Clubg North-Hi Press Clubg Compass
"Angels listen when slse speaks."
LEE HENRY BIERG
School Entertainmentg Hi-Yg Sergeant in R. O. T. C.g
"Play no! for gain, but sport. Who plays for more
Tlaan be ran lose wills pleasure, stakes his laearif'
Girl Reservesg Banking Assistant.
"Thou sees! bow diligent I am."
N N N N N N N N N N N
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All-City Chorusg Spelling Contestg Assembliesg Soloist
of Cantatasg Military Radio Programs.
"Labor, the gianl
Cloafex in his laoldf'
Footballg Senior Hi-Yg Linz Ping Press Clubg Compass
Staifg National Honor Societyg Trackg Quill and Scroll.
"A clear ronscirzice is a surf carzlf'
R. O. T. C. Corporal.
nB!'g011L"i 111111 cart'
Thou and I m'I'f'r sfmll agrI'I'."
Press Clubg Pan-Americang Viking Staffg Compass
Staffg Platoon Sergeantg Senior Hi-Yg Home Room Secre-
"Charms slrilzv the xiglai,
But mcrils win tbr soul."
R. O. T. C. First Lieutenantg Senior Hi-Yg Viking
Staffg Home Room Presidentg Camp Dallasg Crack Com-
"So :wed the blush of basbf11lm'ss.',
Latin Clubg Junior Hi-Yg First Class Scout.
"Honor Iirs in bonmt foil."
Transfer from Woodrow Wilson.
"Moria Iovvlinexs is round Ibm' spread."
"Lowlirsl of lovely lbings.
Student Council: Crack Companyg R.
Lieurenantg Camp Dallas.
"For be is oft ibn' wiser! man
Who ix not wixv at all."
Biology Clubg Art Club.
"The milder! manners and the gwztlesl fJearl."
O. T. C.
'lr 'A' 'A' 'A' i' ir 'A' ir
'Ir i' ir
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Kodak Club, Baseball.
"His years are young, but his A"XI?l'l'll?11L'6 old."
MARY ANN DAVIS
Home Room Presidentg Kodak Clubg Assembly Pro-
gramg Volley Ball Captain.
"I was not born for eovrls or great ajairsg I pay my
debts, believe, and say my prayers."
Home Room Secretary.
"It is not wise to be wiser than is necessary."
"Good sense, which only is the gif! of heaven
Anil though no sfience, fairly worth the seven."
Home Room OfHcerg Red Cross Representativeg Chem-
"She smilecl and the sharfows dellartetlf'
Latin Clubg Girl Scout, Art Clubg Kodak Clubg
Olympiad Clubg Viking Staff, Delphian Clubg Library
Assistantg Honor Rollg Home Room President.
"There is no pleasure like the pain of being loved, and
Girl Reservesg Hi-Press Club.
"She with all the eharnz of woman,
She with all the breailth of man."
XV. J. ELLISTON
JACK DICKMAN "All things some 'round to hiin who will but waitf,
"He ileserves praise who does not what he may, but what HELEN FEESER
"The stars of nziriiiight shall be :leur to her."
N N N N N N N N N N N
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"Left be gay,
Wlailf' we may."
Hi-Press Clubg Compasx Staifg Girl Rescrvesg Biology
Clubg Spanish Clubg journalism Clubg Captain Baseball
Teamg Volley Ball Team.
"Gathcr ye rosrbufls whilr' ye may."
Vice-President Girl Rescrvesg President Girl Reservesg
Compass sfaffg Stamp Clubg Hi-Press Clubg Spanish
Clubg Assembly Programsg Girl Reserve Convention.
"I know everything exccfzt 111yx1'1f."
"Her wry frofwnx are fairer far than smiles of other
"All women seem by mzfurc' to be
"A man of lucky a man of luxlef'
Girl Scoutg Cantata.
"Kind arc her answers."
Latin Clubg Stamp Clubg Girl Reservesg Hi-Press Club
junior Red Cross Representativeg Compass Staff.
"Her vycs were fair, and 'very fuirg
Her beauty 'lnuzlc me glad."
Comjmxx StafIg Viking Staffg President Model Airplane
EVELYN GATES Clubg Secretary Home Roomg Crack Companyg Hi Press
"It is gmzlle 1lIl11I77l'TX which prow' so irrcsistiblr' in Club.
womcnf' "I am the master of my fafcf'
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MARTHA HARDIN ERNEST HERNDON
"Silence Ilya! Spvka ann' L'l0qlll'11F!' of 63165, O.R,i,fleCmcaglalmgrghlaiompanyl First Lieutenant in R'
"Dis1im'tio11 ufiibouf a riiyff'1'm1cr'."
LULA MAE HARDY
Delphiansg Kodak Clubg North-Hi Pressg Compass
Managing Editorg Home Room Secretaryg Assembly Pro-
"Th0u lilfjug1'g3r0-fiiilglleflylal fire," gramg Arts and Crafts Clubg Pan-Americang Spanish
"Swami are flat' thoughts lhal savor of L'011fL'11f.,,
Latin Clubg Girl Scoutg National Honor Societyg
Bible Linz Ping Linz Pinsg Latin Tournament.
Latin Clubg Kodak Clubg Student Councilg Orchestrag ALFRED HOBRECHT
A1l,City Orchestra. Girl Scout. Swimming Club. Camp Dallasg R. O. T. C. First Lieutenantg Crack
"The learnml is a happy 17!1fll1'I' fo explo1'z'." "May the happiest days of your pas!
Ba the sazlclast days of your f11f1u'e."
MARY HELEN HARTNETT BETTY JAMESON
Spanish Club. Moved to San Antonio.
H U h 4 A 4 U "Some plare flat' bliss in aclion, soma in ease,
A fa" fffffwf 'S " Slim! "N0"""f'ml"l'0"' Those call it pleasure anal co1ztenImf'11t lbrsef'
V RGINIA HELLMAN ROSEMARY HUNT
Vice-President of Girl Reservesg Operettas and Can-
"And har face so fair tatasg Centennial Chorus.
Stirred with ber dreams as rose leavrs in her hair." "Tlocnfs Rosrfmary, lloufs for remembrance."
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Kodak Clubg French Clubg Honor Rollg Viking Staff.
"May you live all the titljli' of your life."
"The lustre in your eye, heaven in your vlaeek, pleads
your fair usage.
Footballg Basketballg Bascballg Pop u l a r i t y C0 n t e s tg
Track, Home Room Presidentg Viking Staff.
"The obxerveil of all observers."
"Questions unswerless, and ye! i11rexxa11f."
Footballg Basketballg Baseballg Home Room Treasurer
"Self confidence is the jirsl requisife Io great umler-
All tlmfx best of dark and briglnl
Meet in her aspect and her eyes."
"In lm' eyes ilavre wax moouliglvlf'
"Hr1il! ilIIlI'lJl'!1!lFlIfs", bail!
MARY LOU MINTER
"Therv'x ii wovmm like II flew drop.
Class Oflicerg Glec Club.
"He was u good mem, and u just."
'A' ir i' i' i' ir 'Ir wk t 'k ir
N N N N N N N N N N N
Girl Reservesg Pep Squadg Chemistry Club.
Zealoius, yr! mozlc-sff'
Home Room Officer.
"Rej0iee, O young man, in fhy yozifhf'
R. O. T. C. Second Lieutenantg Library Assistantg
Senior Hi-Yg North-Hi Press Clubg Provost Marshalg
Viking Staffg Compass Staffg Student Councilg Camp Dal-
lasg Latin Clubg Assembly Programsg Crack Companyg
"lVho knows nothing base,
Fears nothing luzozwzf'
Delpliiang Girl Scoutg Latin Tournamentg Latin Clubg
Home Room Program Cliairmang Home Room Presidentg
Perigon Clubg National Honor Societyg Texas Pageant.
"Youth goes a-questing in the forest of lifef'
Football Letterg Basketball Letterg IV-B Class Vice-
Presidentg National Honor Secietyg Viking Staff Sports
Editorg Senior Hi-Yg Linz Pinsg Student Council.
"The larlies cull him sweelf'
Latin Clubg Latin Tournamentg Home Room Program
Committeeg Volley Ballg Camp Fire Girls Presidentg Red
Cross Representativeg Pep Squad.
"'Twas glory once fo be a Roman,
She makes il glory, now, lo be a man."
"None laut laimself can be bis parallel."
"One lhing is forever goozlg
That om' ihing is success."
"She blundefd on some viriues unawaresf'
Chemistry Clubg Kodak Clubg Basketballg Tennisg
Golfg Baseballg Linz Ping Model Airplane Clubg Physics
Class Presidentg Home Room Secretary.
"'Tis good-will makes iulelliganeel'
N N N N N N N N N N
Ik 'A' ir 'tr i' it if 'tr 'A' ak 'k
R. O. T. C.
"The best hearts are ever the bravest."
Compass Staifg Hi-Press Club,
"He did not rare a button for it.
JACK Bs. RICE
Glee Clubg Chemistry Clubg Boy Scoutsg
Cantatag Assembliesg Electrician.
"They laugh that win."
R. O. T. C.
'A spirit superior to every weapon."
J. L. SANGER
Home Room Criticg Junior and Senior Hi-Yg Latin
Clubg Camp Dallasg Second Lieutenant R. O. T. C.g
"The childhood shows the man
As morning shows the day."
ERN EST SCHAFER
National Honor Societyg Linz Awarclg Drum
High School Honor Band.
"Glory is never where virtue is riotf'
"Be wisely worldly, but not worldly wise."
Operettag Foorballg Tracltg Linz Pinsg Home Room President.
"I have a heart with room for every joy."
R. O. T. C. First Sergcantg Footballg Baseballg Trackg
"Stubborn labor ronquers everythingf, "Thought the moon was made of green eheesef'
'A' 'A' i' if uk 'A' if if 'A' ir 'k
'A' uk 'A' i' i' 'A' i ak ul' i'
JOHN SPENCE JOE TYSON
R. O. T. C. Scrgeantg Crack Companyg Glee Club. Home Room Secretary'
H , , "We come from God wbo is our home."
He zs never less at leisure
Tban wben at leisuref'
WALTER VAN DER VEER
GRACE STARBIRD Boy Scoutsg R. O. T. C.
"You are my lucky Sfdff, nwbat is 'I many,
JOHN STEPHENSON WILLIS VIRGIL
R. O. T. C. Sergeantg Rifle Teamg Perigon Club.
First Lieutenant R. O. T. C.g Senior Hi-Yg Football H M , .
Squadg Biology Clubg Junior Hi-Yg Camp Dallasg Crack He bf' bu 'Wai'
Company' A friend to human race."
ff - 4 A D
Fearless mmds elmzb scones! mto crowns. NANCY LOU WARE
Kodak Clubg French Club.
ROBERT STOCKMIER N
A lovely lady, gurmenled in light
"Men of few words are tbe bex! men." From ber own beautyf'
EVELYN TOMLINSON NORVEU-E WEBB
Spanish Clubg Orchestrag All-City Orchestrag All-City
Kodak Clubg Library Assisranrg Hi-Press Club. Chorusg Arts and Crafts? pep Squad,
"Anal good luck go wilb tbeef' "Song forbids victorious :leeds to die."
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BETTY Lou WELCH BAYARD P. SUDBERRY, JR.
Latin Club National Honor Societyg Linz Pins. Complm Staff. Home Room Secretary.
Chg necdl "0 Fulogy' "Doing nothing willy u great deal of skill
She speulzx for faz'rxc'1f."
Football Treasurer of IV-B Classg Compass Staffg LOUIS VOIGT
HI Y Vice Presidentg Pan-Americang Trackg Kodak Clubg
UIUOY Red Cross "He I1!'L'l'l' told ns wha! be was?
I am part of all that I have mel."
Vice President Spanish Clubg Cantatag Linz Pin.
laugh ffay girlisla lazzglaivrfl
LEWIS C. LITTLEPAGE, JR.
Kodak Club Master Sergeant R. O. T. C.g Boy Scoutsg
Cheer Leader Mesquite Highg Vice-President Honor
Guard Guard Medal.
Tbire is no wisdom like fraulzucxx.
Srl trust is liar' first sr'crI'l of .vuffI'ss."
Mary Hope Henderson
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A. F. Moellcnkamp
Anna Louise Wainscott
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Carmody, Tom J.
Crump, Lee Roy
Downing, James Rly
Farris, Frank H.
Flannaifln, John H.
Hoss, James M.
McBride, J. L.
Moss, John E.
Poole, William S.
Schumacker. Ray M.
Tillman, W. B.
Tomlinson, Mack B.
Wetsel, Leslie W.
Wyatt, James L.
Bard, Verna Mae
Clabough, Ruth M.
Cox, Etta Rose
Ford, Wanda Alice
Gardner, Mary Ellen
Hopson, Jo Both
Johnson, Mary Jean
Kaplan, Betty Lou
Kight, Anna Lou
Linxwiler, Gloria F
McGuire, Margaret Jo
O'Brion, Flora N.
Pasamore, Mary Ann
Sherbet, Mary E.
Shields, Betty Wayre
Steel, Vivian L.
Wiley, Patsy Jo
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Bibby, Joe R.
Burns, Jack B.
Caldwell. John Iven
Caudle, Ben Hall
Dillion, Donald K.
Feeser, John Russell
Robert A. Jr.
Jack Charles, Jr.
Kitts, John Byrd
Lucas, F. P.,Jr.
Luton, Jesse Perkins
Marshall, S. J. E.
Medcalf, C. M., Jr.
Royall, John Weldon
Saville, John William
Seary, Robert L,
Turne1', Dick R.
Wadworth, T. L.
Waskom, Walter Bill
Wilson, Lewis R.
Beckett, Betty Anne
Bell, Mary Ann
Butera, Mary Ann
Caprio, Mary Olie
Clark, Frances Louise
Collins, Edna Earle
Collins, Marv Evelvn
Cook, Billie Margret
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Hall, M. W.
Hunter, W. R.
Neal, William J.
Peabody, George S.
Young, Frank A.
Anderson, Gladys M.
Burns, Mary Ruth
Dalton, Doris Jean
Deans, Ruth Alyce
Elmore, Ophelia Sue
Finch, Betty Dale
Fushey, Elizabeth .Tav
Garrison, Dorothy Nell
Gilmore, Oma L.
Greene, Mary Helen
Grube, Helen E.
Hill, Jean '
Hill, Willie Mae
Lucas, Billie Marie
Nusbaum, Glenn Ava
Ray, Clara Frances
Scotland, Helen Jean
Seiler, Mary Caroline
Sessions, Alma Lee
Smith, Ma1'y Elizabeth
Timm, Doris Lucille
Warrick, Bennis A.
White, Mary Ruth
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Allen, John Harold
Allen, John R.
Campbell, D. Wiley
Crowley, Tol Edwin
Dalton, W. R.
Davis, John Grover
Hunter, Howard M.
Kittrell, David L.
Ramey, Ben Neal
Strait, Elmer Guy
Swindler, Homer M.
McMeramy, Edward BTitley, Richard
Meason, Robert Wakefield,
Miller, William B. Maunsell Clark
Minton, Milford Walker, Ben Arnold
Moore, Kenneth Walvrood, James
Nichols, Wallace West, Bill
Nichols, William E.
Bartlett, Mary Ruth
Bergen, Mary Lucille
Blair, Dorothy Ruth
Bryant, Mary Ellen
Fleeman, Martha Jo
Green, Norma Jo
Hill, Norma Ruth
Houghton, Mary Ellen0dell, Mary
Johnson, Maggie Lee
Johnson, Anna Mae
Jones, Mary Love
Key, Peggy Marie
Kids, Jeannie Lee
Kirby, Shirley R.
Lott, Doris Jane
Mackay, Effie Lou
Mansell, Mildred Ann
May, Helen Rose
Scott, Doris Mae
Smith, Kate Chester
Storey, Clyde Frances
Stults, Amy Nell
Summar, Al Lena
Swindell, Myra Belle
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Altgens, J. W.
Broom, Arthur Paul
Chapman, J. T.
Crabb, Vincent W.
Ellis, Charles Edwar
Goodwin, E. T.
Hood, Will Arch
Jones, George Ed
Jordan, Ben Carrell
Kline, Will Keith
McKinney, R. E.
Pierce, T. K.
Reddick, W. C.
Ronie, G. C.
Smith, Max Minter
Stopple, William .
Bates, Va Lois
Benson, Estelle Lee
Blake, Betty Jane
Br ns, Mildred
Culpepper, Neva Jean
Hale, Billie Jo
Kreissig, Zelda Anne
Leavell, Mary Helen
MacLuso. Anna May
Ogata, Marie Louise
Price, Mary John
Roberts, Mary E.
Wilson, Ida Bell
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Frw1iRaw: Dorothy Zimmerman, Barbara Corkern, Anne Pullman, Margaret Richardson, Dorothy Biard,
Serum! Row: Mr. Knapp, Coach, Helen McGann, jack Biard, Richard Abernathy, Josephine Cox, Lavinia
Kilgore, jack Kern.
Bark Row: Bernice Pickens, Harry Leak, Virginia Austin, George Meriwether, Ben Ramey.
For the fifth consecutive year, the boys, and girls' debate teams of North Dallas won the City Inter-
scholastic League contest and represented Dallas in the district contest at Southern Methodist University,
which they also won. The girls' team was composed of Barbara Corkern and Anne Pullman, and the
winning boy debaters were jack Biard and Richard Abernathy.
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Fmn1Row: Richard Albert, Jack Richardson, Donald Hart, Wilson Blackwell, Bill Barker, Frank Charles,
Emma Jean Rucker, Eldon Hill, Clarence Ulrick, James Avann, Eugene O'Beirne.
Sc'z'omI Row: Howard Monroe, Carl LaBarba, Bobby Massey, Onnic Loper, Eddie Bianchi, William Barnes,
Billy Guy Cage, Phil Baxter, Dugald Satterfield, Joe Sagnibcne, Robert Thorp, Jack Rice.
Third R0-w: Bill Lawrence, Sherrill Walden, Robert Murray, Howard Fatheree, Jester Wilbank, Marvin
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NofinPirf1zre: Charles Bounds, Earl Buchanan, Gene Dabney, Claude Ormsby.
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President .......... MRS. E. R. SLAUGHTER . 4 x A
Fi,-gf Vive-Pnfsizlwzt . . MRS. FELIX I'IARRIS V .
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MRS. E. E. MONTEITH
National Honor Society
High Honor and Latin
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Addresses by Outstanding Speakers
Civic nights were introduced this year with comparative success.
We Won third place in the Present Traffic Accidents campaign sponsored by the Ioumal.
Senior Classes Entertained
Banquet for Football Squad Carnival
Books were rebound, school publications assisted, and school grounds beautified.
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City and District Champions in Debate
JACK BIARD RICHARD ABERNATHY
City, District, and Regional Champions in Debate
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Regimental Commader . . Lieutenant-Colonel Lloyd Williams
Regimental Executive . . . . Captain John Whittington
S-1 . . Alfred Hobrecht S-3 . . . Horace Cardwell
S-2 . . William Berry S-4 . . . James Crouch
Lloyd Cohn Peter Garver
William Akin Robert Murray
Garth Riddler Walter Crump
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Exerntive Ojfcer . . . G. W. GROSS
First Platoon Commander ERNEST WEST
Commander . , MCLEOD STINNETT
Execufive ERNEST SCHAFER
Ojfcer . DELMAR DOLTON
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Lee was small, but he really had that old football
spirit. He ran hard and tackled hard, Heill not be back.
"Blind Tomi' was a speedy, hard tackling player, Whose
end was seldom circled or gained over. This was his
second and last year on the team.
This three-year veteran, shifted from guard to full-
back, was a powerhouse on both offense and defense. His
hard plunging scored many Bulldog touchdowns, and his
all-round ability and leadership will certainly be missed
Bobby was handicapped by injuries this season, but he
managed to turn in many brilliant games. He'll be one
of the powers in our new backfield.
Wilbur shifted from end to the backneld at the start
of the season. He became a running, blocking, punting,
all-round star. He has great possibilities for next season
when he will be back to continue his brilliant work.
Captain MacCrary, playing at tackle 'and center, was
one of the best linemen in the cItY-fhls Year' He was
named at tackle on the official all-city team, GH honor
his excellent playing well d95CfVCf-l'
This scrapping guard never quit Flghtingi and received
recognition on various all-city teams for his line PlaYm3'
His place will be hard to Fill next fall.
Richard worked at end and in the backfield. His
speed and shiftiness were 11 big l1ClP 10 the Bulldogs'
This speedy little triple-threat man has COmPlef9d his
second and last year for the Bulldogs. H15 perform21'lCES
were brilliant and outstanding.
C. B. OYISEIRNE '
C. B. Started out as our regular flWffe4f'b3ck, bit
was injured at tlIe Erst of the season, His skillful bloc -
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This long, lanky end was one of the best pass re-
ceivers in the city. "Oosties's" defensive work was also
excellent and weill certainly miss him.
Doug was a passing, running backfield man who
usually gave a good account of himself. He'll be counted
on for next year.
R. E. McK1NNEY
'iFreshman,,' our big rough and tough tackle, was a
terror to the opponents offense, and much is expected
of him next season.
Morgan's play at end was featured by hard fighting
defensive work. He'll be back again next fall.
This big, powerful end could always be counted on to
turn in a good game. Bud will be one of the veterans
for next year's team.
Newt was light but fast. He played a smooth, depend-
able game, and we're sorry to lose him.
This was Dean's first year on the Bulldog varsity, but
his consistently fine work on both offense and defense
won him a regular berth on the team. He'll be in there
"holding that linen again next fall.
Wally was North Dallas' ball-carrying threat. His hard,
fast running earned him mention on several all-city
teams. XWatch him go next fall.
Rayford played hard with good, clean spirit. Few
yards were gained over his position this year, which was
Bill played guard on the offense and backed up the
line on the defense. His smashing tackles and vicious
blocks featured his sterling play this year, which un-
fortunately was his last for the Bulldogs.
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North Dallas 0-Waco . . . . . 6 North Dallas 0-Adamson . . . . 14
North Dallas 0-Sunset . . . . 20 North Dallas 6-Woodrow Wilson . . 0
North Dallas 12-Sam Houston . . 7 North Dallas 14--Dallas Tech . , . 27
North Dallas 14-St, Joseph . . . 0 North Dallas 13-Denison . . , . 18
Although North Dallas hasn't had a championship track team recently, they have usually finished
high in the city standings and are expected to do the same this year. The services of one of the two
returning letter-men, Captain Alton Broach, will be unfortunately lost to the school, leaving Shannon
Sigler the only veteran. However, Coach Hyde has developed some promising material that should make
the Bulldogs dangerous in the future.
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North Dallas 8-Dallas Tech ..... 18 North Dallas 31-Adamson . 8
North Dallas 14-Woodrow Wilson . . . 15
North Dallas 23-Woodrow Wilson . . 12 North Dallas 30-Adamson . . 16
North Dallas 25-Forest ....... 19 North Dallas 15-Dallas Tech . . 26
North Dallas 30-Sunset ...,... 22
Total-North Dallas 215 Opponents 184
Coach E. M. Fultonls North Dallas basketball team enjoyed one of their most successful seasons
in recent years. After getting off to a slow start, the quintet developed rapidly, winning he second-half
championship and earning the right to meet the strong Dallas Tech team for the full season title.
Led by Captain Wilbur Keith, leading scorer of the city, the Bulldogs managed only a tie for
third place in the Hrst half. In the second half the team clicked, and ended in a tie with Adamson
and Tech for first place. The Bulldogs won this play-off, making them second-half champions, but they
lost the full season title to Tech.
Letter men were Wilbur Keith, Fred Heitmeyer, Walter Leavell, Eddie Bianchi, Morgan Nesbitt, and
Jack Meadows. Other first string men, who played part of the time on the second string, were Eugene
Spearman, Clarence Ulrick, Frank Peck, and Charles Wright.
Our second team was easily the best in the city, winning the championship in that division. Second
team players were Frank Charles, Billy Learn, Douglas Ivey, Don Te Vault, John Denhollern, and James
Dougherty. Team manager was Honnie Loper.
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Hopes for 11 winning baseball team are high this year with five returning letter-men from last year's
near-championship team. They are Captain Eddie Bianchi and Wilbur Keith, all-city men, Fred Heitmeyer,
Clarence Ulrick, and Douglas Ivey. Coach Fulton expects the Bulldogs to be a real threat.
Lz'fli0Rigl1l: john Smith, Jack O'Beirne, George Pierce, Charles Dollison, Ed Hilsher, Billy Berry,
The North Dallas golfers started off the season by losing to Tech, 3k to ZH, and to Sunset,
4M to IM. Tech's first team was defeated by the Bulldog's No. 1 players, Ed Hilscher and Charles
Dollison, 25 to IH, but the Bulldog seconds, jack O'Beirne and George Pierce were downed 3 to 0.
The team finished third in the first half.
Left lo Riglvf: Homer Swindler, Jack Meadows, Wilbur Keith, Rachel Mathis, Betty Wellencamp, Katherine
Adams, Mary MacQuiston, Eldon Hill, Dawson Smith.
The North Dallas tennis team took the city series championship this year for the sixth consecutive
time. The boys' doubles team, consisting of Wilbur Keith and Jack Meadows won all their city matches
as did Mary MacQuiston, the only veteran from last year. These were entered in the district meet held
April 18. Mary MacQuiston won the district meet.
from-Lefl lo Riglll: Florence Boll, Ann Pullman, Catherine Ball.
Back: Howard Fatheree, Lawrence Rowe, Larry Keller.
'A' 'A' 'A' 'Ir 'A' 'A' Ik 'lr 'A' 'A'
CITY CHAMPIONS IN DEBATE
BARBARA BECKER DOROTHY ZIMMERMAN
FRANK YOUNG DAWSON SMITH
REPRESENTATIVE IN SPELLING CONTEST
SHIRLEY TANNEHILL EARL BUCHANAN
REPRESENTATIVE IN ESSAY CONTEST
LULA MAE HARDY
REPRESENTATIVE IN SPANISH ESSAY CONTEST
W. J. MANGUM
PARENT TEACHERS AWARD
DALLAS CONTESTANTS IN LATIN TOURNAMENT
Second Year Fourth Year
--Second Indizfidual Place
Flyst Year -Firsl Team Place fcllilj
RALPH PHELPS E
GEORGE DALTON Third Yew
Third Term RICHARD ABERNATHY RAL1'H.PHEU'? I
LUCILE BURFQRD --First Individual Place fPinj -Thlfd Plan' W F1fffYff1f
-Second Individual Place State Wl'7"CV
BILLY O,QUIN LULA MAE HARDY MARY MACQUISTON
--Second Team Place -First Team Place 1Cupj -Tlaird Place in Fourlb Year
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To next year's Viking Stajf:
List! O listeners, ere we part
Understand this from the start:
At our jokes do not laugh high,
You will use them by and by.
P1'of.Baker: Here you see the skull of a
chimpanzee, a very rare specimen. There are
only two in the country-one in the Na-
tional Museum, and I have the other.
Salesgirl: What is it for you?
Wyiiize Williams.' Some pajamas.
IVynne Willia1ns.' Don't try to be funny.
Roy Allen: lim a self-made man, my boy.
Intelligent Freshman: Well, it certainly
shows the horrors of unskilled labor.
UI shall now illustrate what I have on my
mind," said the absent-minded professor as
he erased the board.
An unemployed man gazed into a book
store window and this sign caught his eye-
"Dickens Works all this week for only four
"He would," the unemployed man said
All work and no play makes Jack-and
lots of it.
Wo11zan Driver: What is the charge for
European GdYdgK71'ldI1S-OHS and one-half
IVoman Driver: Well, how much is that
in American money?
Salt is the stuif that makes potatoes taste
bad when you don't put any on.
"Why, your dog is just like one of the
family," said Aunt Hannah.
"Which one?" asked the hostess.
"What possible excuse did you have for
acquitting that murderer?" asked the Judge.
"Insanity," replied the Foreman of the
"What, all twelve of you?"
To what was Anthony Adverse?
We didnit know Marian Martin was
nautical-minded, yet a popular hit of the
season convinces us:
"Red sails in the Sunset."
First Prisoner: What did you get for
Second Prisoner: A new pen.
Emily Hereford: Come on, Jimmy Foster,
weire going on a picnic.
Gladys N. Horn: Sure, we need you-
for what's a picnic without a ham?
jimmy Smitty: If I should die, what would
become of you?
MHYy'MHCQ1liSf0I7.' I'd stay right here.
The question is: What would become of
Dallas Safety Camjzaigners: We want a
new name to describe the careless pedestrian.
Native Dallasite: What's the matter with
the old-fashioned way of calling him "the
jimmy Foster - a hard-boiled egg --
Billy Payne-the object of many a girl,s
Wynne Williams-A little bit of heaven.
Wimberley Hayes--A heavy date.
Charlotte Willard-The Dallas Dispatch.
Lloyd Williams-Colonel Colemanis Pro-
Harriet Yarbrough-Colonel Coleman's
Mary MacQuiston--Her game is a racket.
F. H. WHITE CLEANING CO.
2127 CEDAR SPRINGS
2920 Maple Avenue
VICKERY PARK GROCERY
2 813 North Henderson
Phone 8 - 8 169
"Are you really a mind-reader?
t'Then I hope you aren't offended. I
didn't mean what I thought about you."
"Now, pupils, tell the names and signs of
The answers were as follows:
Cancer, the Crab.
Tauras, the Bull.
Mickey, the Mouse.
Mississippi Steamboat Pilori: I've been on
this river so long, I know where every
Just then the boat struck a stump, which
shook it from stern to stern.
"There," continued the pilot, "that's one
of them now."
English Diner: What kind of dish is that?
Waiier.- It's bean soup.
English Dinevf: I don,t care what it's beeng
I want to know what it is now.
In sincere appreciation of the patronage and friendship of the entire
student body and faculty of the Dallas High Schools
for the past thirteen years
American Beaut Cover Co.
1900-8 Orange Street
THE COVER ON THIS BOOK WAS PRODUCED IN THIS' PLANT
Om' 15156 Anni1fe1fsmfy
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4105 Oak Lawn Avenue
"Dallas' Most Complete
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May success, happiness, and health attend your chosen Way and reward
your every effort in the future before you.
We thank you for the favors shown us in the past and hope we will
merit and receive your future patronage and good will for anything in
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W. L. Smith, Proprietor
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Hemsritching, 5 Cents Per Yard Uses
The Rebbie Steger Dress Shop
3416 Oak Lawn
A POPULAR DRESS SHOP
Because We Feature What School Girls Love
Individual Clothes at Inexpensive Prices
Come See Our New Things
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Across the Street from the Melrose
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Sign on Arkansas Farm Gate: Peddlers be-
ware! We shoot every tenth peddler. The
ninth one just left.
"And how are you, Mrs. Smith?"
'Tm having a great time of it between
me husband and the fire-if I keep me eye
on the one, the other is sure to go out.',
Mr. Myers: Wlien were you born?
Todd Slofipp: On April 2.
Mr. Myers: Being a little late must be a
habit with you.
Moifbert Kitty Ann, what time did you
get in last night? Was it very late?
Kitfy Ann: Nooooo, about a quarter of
fP.S. Are you good in math?j
The not-so-dumb pupil looked long and
hard at an examination question which read:
"State the number of tons of steel shipped
out of the United States in any given year."
With a sigh of satisfaction he wrote: H1492
Thejfre all in our Faeulfy: V
Queen of the hive . . . . Bigbee
Month of May . . Meriwether
Summer slipper . . . Sandel
Siesta ...... . Knapp
Model T ........ Ford
Dr. Jekyll's worse half . . Mr. Hyde
Akin to the butcher and the candle-
stick maker ...... Baker
The way some fellows catch fish is by the
A Jewelry Company presents the "Amer-
ican Girlnz "Small, round, and set with
A Junior's contemplation: "To be or not
to be-a Senior next year."-Bill Twiddles-
The Daily Blala wishes to correct the mis-
take that was printed in their paper of
Friday 13, which said, "Mr, John Doe is a
defective in the police force." This is a typo-
graphical error. Mr. Doe is really a detective
in the police farce.
for men and boys.
T. IQPIERCE R.O.T.C.
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Groceries and Market RIDING OUTDOOR
5-4155 4447 MCKinney Ave. 5-4156 EQUIPMENT CLOTHING
Phone 5-0168 Call for Appointments 5'
Hair Cuts by Mr. Gay-All Work Guaranteed
MARY'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
MARY ZASTOUPIL, Proprietor
Hair Dressing, Manicuring and Facials
3304 KNOX STREET DALLAS, TEXAS
1603 Elm Street
Elmer Jones accidentally shot himself
while hunting. One of the Wounds is fatal,
but his friends are glad to hear that the
other one is not serious.
The dinner party was over. All had eaten
heartily and expensively. In one corner a
lone Scotchman strove to make himself as
inconspicuous as possible when the check ar-
rived. Suddenly to everyone's complete sur-
prise, he spoke up:
"Just leave that check to me. I'11 take
care of it."
Item in next morning's paper: Scotch-
man Murders Ventriloquist.
Amateur contest judges' song: "Without
Quick luncheon theme song: "Dancing
Greek to Greekf'
He fyou supply the namej: I'm groping
Sbe fyou supply the namej: Well, you
don't expect to find them around my neck,
David Green: What's the difference be-
tween a pair and a royal flush.
jim-myFoster: A good deal.
Housewife: I don't believe you've Washed
yourself in a year.
Hobo: Just about that-I only washes
before I eats.
She was a good secretary--but clock-eyed.
Pedestrizm: My boy, you mustnit run into
me like that. What's the matter?
Little Kid: I'm trying to keep a couple of
kids from getting into a fight.
Pedestrian: Who are the boys?
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I cannot tell the old gags,
Which used to stop the show,
Because you hear them nightly
Upon your radio.
judge: Will you waive your right for ap-
Husband: Don't let her wave any more
rights: that's how I got this black eye.
'Tis better to have loved a small man
Than never to have loved a tall.
judge: So they caught you with the bundle
of silverware. Whom did you plunder?
Thief: Two frat houses.
judge fto sergeantj: Call up the down-
town hotels and distribute this stuff.
Advertisement: "Fine apples. Buy now. Re-
member the early bird gets the worm."
George Meriwether: I suppose you think I
am a perfect idiot.
Virginia Austin: Ch, nobody's perfect.
The boy stood on the burning deck:
Relief boats blew their horns,
Alas, he could not move because
The heat had popped his corns.
Lawyer for Defense: You're a low-down
Lawyer for Prosecution: You're an unmiti--
judge: Now that the attorneys have identi-
fied each other, we shall proceed with the
Sunday Selaool Teacher: Can you tell me
something about Good Friday?
Little Boy: Yes, he was the man who did
the housework for Robinson Crusoe.
Old and haggard, pale and worn
Wrinkled, shriveled, tattered, torn
Bedraggled and creased like a mummer-
Your white linen suit at the end of summer.
Dad: Do you know what has happened to
my shaving brush?
Mother: Well, I think Junior's wooden
horse has a new tail.
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It has been a great pleasure to the Studio to
have had the pleasure of associating with the
students and faculty of the
North Dallas High School
ull- Gentry Studio
Applicant: Am I bright? Why, Iive won
several magazine puzzle contests.
Employer: Yes, but I need a boy who is
smart during business hours.
Applicant: Well, this was during business
First Hunter: Hey Bill.
Second Hunter: Yeah.
First Hunter: All right?
Second Hunter: Yeah.
First Hunter: Well, then, I guess I shot a
Lawyer's proverb: Where there's a will
there's a way.
Do they put political jam on relief-rolls?
Projfessorr I contend that any one who can-
not make himself understood is an idiot. Do
I make myself clear?
Mr. Allen: I hear you studied your lessons
Bill Cobb: Yes, sir.
Mr. Allen: Well, I'll let it pass this time,
but it looks as if you're neglecting your foot-
Mistress: Beckey, be careful when you dust
these pictures, they are Old Masters.
Beckey: My, who would ever think you'd
been married all these times?
Teacher: If your father could save one
dollar a week for four weeks, what would he
Pupil: A radio, a new suit, and a set of
Mother: What did your father say when
you smashed the new car?
Son: Shall I leave out the swear words?
Mother: Yes, of course.
Son: Well, he didn't say a word.
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"These shirts are so strong that they just
laugh at the laundry."
"Yes, I knowg I had some which came back
with their sides splitf'
'iOne of these daysf' mused the riding
master, watching a backward pupil, "that
horse will kick him on the head and I'l1 have
a lame horse on my hands." '
A young naval officer rescued a superior
oflicer from drowning.
"How can I reward you?" asked the su-
"Just don't mention it to the sailors-
they would chuck me in if they knew I'd
pulled you out."
A little Negro boy went to a doctor and
complained of ear trouble.
Said the Doctor: How did you get all this
water in your ear--been in swimming?
Said the Darley: Naw, suh-been eating
The naked hills lie wanton to the breeze
The fields are nude, the groves unfrocked,
Bare are the shivering limbs of shameless
What wonder is it that the corn is shocked!
Some writers go from bad to verse.
"Who is that?" asked the little boy upon
seeing a nun.
"She is a sister of charityf' his mother
"Which one-Faith or Hope?',
"The spine is a long limber boneg your
head sits on one end of it and you sit on the
Pessiuiist: It is only to me that mis-
A Friend: What's the matter now?
Pessimist: Well, don't you see that it is
Papa: Why did you permit Henry to kiss
you in the parlor last night?
Daughter: Because it was too cold in the
If there is anything in a man, travel will
bring it out-especially ocean travel.
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