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

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Rogers, Chairman Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Mrs. W. A. Leeper L1H1Ch'l'O'01H s Mrs. W. A. Leeper, Chairman Mr. D. D. Rogers Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt, Chairman Mr. L. O. Donald Mr. Fred D. Danford Building ana' Sites Mr. L. O. Donald, Chairman Mr. Gabe P. Allen Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Welfare Mr. Fred D. Danford, Chairman Mrs. W2 A. Leeper Mr. Gabe P. Allen PRINCIPAL E. B. COMSTOCK ' " ' "-ZS? .MQW . , E 4 i ,KA ,,a, v k .P s 3 ,vi it r l f - V r qu':E" L Q ...X H N 4? . k , '-fh' Q W , First Row: Floy Agnew, Guy Allen, Charles Anderson, Landon Baker, Mabel Baldwin Second Row: Mary Bertrand, Ella G. Bigbee, Lila Blake, Katharine Bradford, Myrtle Byrd Third Row: Myrtle Clopton, R. L. Coleman, Mary Collins, Olatia Crane, Ruth Crawford. Fourth Row: Ruth Curtis, Mabel Davies, F. M. DeLany, Elizabeth Dice, Dayle Driver Fifth Row: Adele Epperson, E. M. Fulton, Myrtle Foster, Leora Guinn, F. R. Greenman . J' - if a ,J I fa .mi Q . 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' 71' ' - L JV., .4 .- g rn , , -"IV 'Ay 1.1 '-' w az' L fp: 4, , , J -Q w , , . , -iiiw 1 - .- - , fx - J' W . , 1 .5-if uf .yi Ty, ,f. ,W A 11325. . K ., - f iv .. ,.. , i .. x ' ? zmifi' V-'.',,p V 1' frfiw' M, ,. -' . fn , W' f fuwnmimuzummnm.uex.sw-.a.Qs:mw' -' ,:-,imffxff..v2Qaf':5 51 ' w,f-mm+.nmxf- lf. f M- . ..4 Wil2'LlfuJL 3H5K'I. L is S. L4:.1',fl3i'E.A.1L1'f:3i'f ..L2!!k1H!L.m""!1E2!sl4ZbU!nX. CATHERINE ALEXANDER Birthplace: Bonham, Texas Olympiad Vice-President: jockey Club Secretary: Na- tional Honor Society Secretary: Viking Club Editor: junior Red Cross Representative: Student Council: Home- rocm Secretary and Vice-President: Assemblies: Linz Pins: Glee Club: Operetta: School Radio Program. Conwrsaliovz in ils brlfvr part, May bv rxlevmcvl a gift and not an url. DARCUS ALEXANDER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas 'Tix !'111H'l1ll0l1 formx flu' rommon miml: Ins! as ilu' twig is bmi, flu' irrc"s ir1rlim'zl. ROBERTA ALEXANDER Birthplace: Akron, Ohio Biology Club: Glee Club. One' similr' llzal mlilury shines, In ilu' rlry dcxerl of a lbousand lima. JEANNE ALLEN Birthplace: Ennis, Texas Delphian Secretary: Latin Club: Biology Club: Home- rocm Vice-President. True' wil ix mzlurr lo aflzuritagr rlrrsxfzlg Wbal off was lbouglrl, buf m"vr xo wi-II rwfrresxcwl. JOHN HAROLD ALLEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Lieutenant-Colonel: Crack Companies: Of- ficer's Club: Camp Dallas: Homeroom President: Philo- X technic Society. Hi' ix gzwllr, ln' ix xlry, txt: Bu! ll1rre'x mixrlrirf in lvix vyv. KK W Ui JOHN R. ALLEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas French Club: Homeroom President: R. O. T. C. Ser geant: Crack Companies. Tluf' joy.: of youflz lui.: ways display, No nmlfvr zrlrul Zlfltl :lu or my. MARGARET ATRIN Birthplace: Amarillo, Texas In every ruffle. of grruf or .small 'Tix industry .vupporfs Il.Y all. CLAUD AUSTIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Ifrimilxlwill, f'Xfl'l'17l, :xml fuir rvgnrfl, Surln ix flu' good maffs juxf fcwarzf. HARVEY BAILEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football lctterman. Ill' raxfx off luis frif'ml.v ux ll l7llIIl.VllIH7l his park, For lm knows M'l7f'7I ln' 11lr'u.w'.v ln' can cull flvrm buck. GEORGE BARNES Birthplace: Little Rock. Arkansas I vuzvy lm Jnorlul, llvouglr z'z'vr ,wi grrulf, Nor v4'nr'f1 tl n'Vi'lrlv for his lowly vxfrzfv. ,f'y5jv,f7I,N YW' MAIRX' BARRY Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia Art Club: Latin Club, Biology Clubg French Club, Linz Pin. Slat' knowx ber man, uuil wbwr you run! ami xuwir, Can draw you lo fam' u'iilI a tingle l7diV. MAIKY RU'l'H BARTLIeT'I' Birthplace: Dallas, Texas jockey Club Secretary, Commercial Club, Allied Youth: Homeroom President and Secretary, Centennial Chorus: City-Wide Chorus. Her air, ber HIlH1Ht'l', all who Suu' uzfniirml, Courfeonx Ibollgfz roy, gfilfll' fbllllgfl l'l'fil'l'fl. PHIL BAXTER Birthplace: lianeville, Texas Pan-American Student Forum Secretary, Football: Track, Basketballg Cheer Leaderg Student Council: Senior Hi-YQ Junior Hi-Y Vice-President: Latin Club: Hi-Press: Honiee room Presidentg Senior Publication C0-editor, Hix form wax of Hlilflliliif beulzly: 1'lAlifl7flll fellow, be ilitl lm Ilnly, PEGGY BIQQRETT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Jockey Club Treasurerg Chemistry Clubg Perigon Club, Kodak Clubg French Class President, Operetta. Yr11r'L'I' me! Miix Pr'I'xwIulily, Nou' l7Il'1'f Miix 1,Ilfl1Iltll'ffv1'. GLNLVIEVIL BENNLJIHI' Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Student Forum President: Homerooni Vice- Presidcntg Jockey Club: Assembly: School Radio Pro- gram: Operetta. A Xfllflt' l'Uil'I', Ll 1m1nl11'I' kimf uml xzcwf, Unfit' lo Imzki' fuer' XHll'i0Il.Y7ll'XX, ber i'11IIrl1'tI', tYIl7lfVll'ff'. MARION BI4,NNIsr'I' Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Student Forum Secretaryg Hi-Prcssg Pep Squad: Assembly, Jockey Club. WU' jimi in ber I1 fu1'r1I'il'c' Our, Very I7l'l'flij' umf full of fun. MAIKY LucI1,r1BIiRGI3N Birthplace: Denison, Texas Delphiansg Pan-American Student Forum, Assembly, Homeroom Secretary: Olympiads. Lilflr' Il1'I'zl.t of kiIl1l7ll'XS, li'flr' ll.'0l'!lK of lore, Maki' our vurlfl :zu liileil like flu' lIr'a1'l'n uI70L'r'. KATIIRYN BLRTHELSEN Birthplace: Mexia, Texas Pep Squad. To know lm' it In low lorry I'il'il'lItHi7ll'XX WlIl?t'S ber rlyuratler. ALI I5N BLACK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football Letterman: Baseball Letterman: Basketball, In- tramural Football: Football Squad. Ile II ti .qI'uflI'fmIII, lzwzilfii' his Ilufurr' II kiml uml ajffublif fo I'z'i'I'y 1'I'I'ul1II'e. DoRo'I'HY RUTH BLAIR Birthplace: Whxahachie, Texas Pep Squad: Girl Reserves. Sfn' ix guna' ax xlu' ix fuirq IX'u1Ii'-Imm' on wirflw nm m11I1mr'I'. v,l I . ' Dick BONII Birthplace: Wlhitesboro, Texas Hi-Press Club: R. O. T. C, Sergeant: Crack Companies: Football: Football Manager: Chemistry Club. His lwurf ix like flu' ileefl Hut' yea, hier' ojwiz, lzrau' ami free. EMILY Bowuit Birthplace: Dallas, Texas French Club: Homeroom Secretary: Biology Club. This is all wr urea' my to praise lm' fo fbi- xlzirx: Tlvou kiml n'uilf'r, "COIl5ltlF1' ber uxuyx ami hr' u'ixe." Ai.1s1.RT BRENNAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Junior Hi-Y: Senior Hi-Y: Biology Club: R. O. Ti. C. Sergeant: Homeroom Secretary: Track: Crack Company. Sirznwv :mil l'0lIXfdllf, surf' I0 XlH'l'l'!'!l, In !'l'l'l'-1' svizxv, a fricml i1Hl!'l'll. JOHN Bkooxs Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Linz Pin: Kodak Club President: R. O. T. C. Second Lieutenant: Homeroom President: Viking Snapshot Iidi- tor: Chemistry Club. Hi' lulem zvfaui L'UlllL'.N' of goml or ill, Anil FUIIAHV in fuillf :mil lmuor ilill. MAIlGARhT Bkooxs Birthplace: Bartlesville, Oklahoma Glee Club: Assembly. To rm' more clear, Naugeiiiul I0 my lwaii, Om' imlizv flaaruz, llmn all flu' gluxx of riff. AA .' SHIRLEY BROWN Birthplace: Cherryvale, Kansas Olympiad President: I-Iomeroom Ofhcerg Allied Youth: Centennial Chorus. Elrganf as ximjllirify, And zrurrii as ersfary. IDOROTHY BROWNE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Perigon Club: Allied Youth: Commercial Club: Kodak Club: Homemom Secretary. Her fi'ii'mlx they uri' many, lin' equals are feng Willa bm' bali-, kimlly rmimzrr, .vlzfll xur'z'ly win y0ll. LORRAINE BRUNSON Birthplace: Longview. Texas Kodak Club. Bwaiixr' lm' rigor is like a ww-iiziiffcd prmiy, Slit' ix uilmirrd and l0z'1'rl by many. GENE BURLEW Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Biology Club: Kodak Club: Track. Wlvriz lZIl'l't'y.X tl luily in ilu' mise, All ilu' nllirr fbingx gin' jiluw. EUGLNIA BURNIZTT Birthplace: Clarksville, Texas llvuj .wi II a fmrl of firm' ilwy .tlmrr', Tim! an m ll.'0lHll'0lI.Y sure! ami fair. la-S l' iii? Qi? I JOE CHAMBERLAIN Birthplace: Fort Smith, Arkansas Chemistry Club. Large was his bounty, and his mul sirzrcrv: To nt bv shall always be wry Ilvar. JACK CAUTHEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas French Club: Art Club, Homeroom Vice-President: Kodak Club, Crack Company. He knows wlmfx wbal, and ilaafx as high 525 mclallioysifx wif ran fly. EVELYN CARROLL Birthplace: Wagoner, Oklahoma A girl with a knafiz fo Jo f'l'I'YJ'l'l7iP1g wall, How gran! the will bv no one ran fell. LEONE CARRINGTON Birthplace: Gilmer, Texas Commercial Club: Hi-Press: Compass Staff. If toi lwr xban' some fcrnalr' errors fall, Look on fam' fan' and you'Il forge! fbem all. D. VVILEY CAMPBELL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homercom President: R. O. T.-C. Lieutenant: Crack Company: Rifle Team. A bamlxoiin' rwmlvvr of liar' R. O. T. Ca, An' UWFVY for all lo tee. HELEN CHAMBLESS Birthplace: Chandler, Texas Biology Club: Perigon Club, Chemistry Club: Homeroom President: Linz Pins: French Club. What wax uwirle for some, for lwr was play: Easily sbt' won honors Ilay hy Jay. BARBARA CLARKE Birthplace: Des Moines, Iowa jockey Club: Pan-American Student Forum: Allied Youth: Viking Staff: Library Assistant, Olympiads. A fiaffering paiulvr who maker if ber cars' To Ilrau' jiwjwlf' as flwy sbonlil In' ami not at they are. GERALD COCHRAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Socictyg Linz Pin. Friemlxlwijr abou' all tier Jaffa him! fiat' human laeari, Ami faith in fl'i1'7ItI'SZ7iIl ix flu' uolzlrxl pari. VIRGINIA COLE Birthplace: Mena, Arkansas Pan-American Student Forum, Student Council: jockey Club: National Honor Society: Linz Pins. Oh, roxvx ami Iilivx are fair' io ser, But flu' wild blzirlzrll it lim fiowvr for mc. MARIE COLLIILR Birthplace: Prairieville, Texas Chemistry Club: Debate Tournament Chairman. She was so lvriglrl ami fnil of fIl7lQ Her joyful laugh tilJt'l'1't't, 1'wrYy011I'. Q CORRINI5 COLLINS Birthplace: Crockett, Texas Biology Club Secretary: Kodak Club: Jockey Club: Operetta: French Club: Assembly. Ax XIHl.il7il1A', broken in fhv rill, Though lnrmwl axfray, is xnrishim' sfill. LOUISE COMPTON Birthplace: Garland, Texas Homeroom President and Secretary: Girl Reserves: Kodak Club: Junior Red Cross: Allied Youth: Commercial Club: Viking Staff: Linz Pin: Peace Essay: Pep Squad. W'oman'.v failh and womarfs Irusl, Wrilc lhe characters in Ihr' flusl. BETTY CRAM Birthplace: Plainview, Texas Biology Club: jockey Club: Homeroom Officer: Operetta: Assembly. To leimu' hw ix fo i'.IfeI'n1: In t'h?l't'l'fIllIl4'.YS .Ihr is xiijlrrnie. MILLA CROTTY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Olympiad: jockey Club: Allied Youth: Biology Club: Viking Staff: Kodak Club: Chemistry Club: Operetta: Volley Ball Captain: Tennis: Library Assistant. W'I'll may your' hrarfx l71'lil'1'L' lhv Ir'i1flJs I full, 'Tix zirim' riiakex the blixi ll'h7!'fl',!'l' we rllwll. BILL DENNIS Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois Homeroom President: Student Council: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Football. A -youlh of iflfllllll way uml nprighl lhoughl, Of imznner plain iinil fll1'tlKlll'l' qzzirlzly cuilghl. N FX EVELYN DIETERICH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: Homeroom Ofhcer: Debate Tournament Chairman. Wfhen tliil morning z'Lf'1'r break, Aml fm! such beaming eyes awake. LEONARD DONOHUE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Centennial Chorus: Operetta: Track: Basketball: Base- ball: Perigon Club: Glee Club: Intra-Mural Football. A happy soul, that all the way To hrfazfen hulh a X1IHINIl'Y,S clay. FRED DOWNS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Senior Hi-Y: Junior Hi-Y: Officers' Club Vice-President: R. O. T. C. Captain: Camp Dallas: Linz Pins: Rifle Team: Chemistry Club: Crack Company. I! may truly be saiil without danger of folly, Thu! Ihr' Caplain, rome what may, will always be jolly. DARYLE EcHoLs Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Track: Homeroom Vice-President: junior Hi-Y Secre- tary-Treasurer: Chemistry Club Vice-President: Kodak Club: National Honor Society: Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award. Has a nalural inslincf lo di.vfr'rn, Anil is diligeni fo learn. GARLAND ENGLAND Birthplace: Pilot Point, Texas Track Team: Philotechnic Society President: Staff: Hi-Press: Biology Club. His open face and unprefrrztious firms, Will beller speak for him lhan bolil azlzirr' NX. Compass Q ' In 5 .,j .JU - , i V f w-SFX I A-.K IRENE FIELD Birthplace: Los Angeles, California Chemistry Club: Biology Club: Homeroom Secretary: Girls Glee Club. Oh! blc'x.vml wifh ieliijver, ulmn' iillrlolnlml my Can make fomrn'r0iL' f'hr'i'rful at lmla-in CLAY FROST Birthplace: Comanche, Texas Philotechnic Society: Biology Club: Assembly. Whuicver xkefzfir would inquirz' for, For l'UK'1'y why he lm u whei'r'f0i'e. HELEN FRUGE Birthplace: Orange, Texas Homeroom Vice-President. She is prelly I0 walk ufilh, Anil she is witty fo falla with. FAYETTA GAGE Birthplace: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Kodak Club: Commercial Club: Homeroom Officer. Always smiling anal full of fun: Therefore ibm a fr1i'n1'ifr will: 1'1'r'i'ywii'. CLAIR GANNON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society: Linz Pins: Homerooni President: Track: Latin Club: Chemistry Club: Kodak Club: 'Qianip Dallas: Assembly. Hr' is !1il'!', rvfiiieil uinl sumti: We all likrrl him from lha' xfzzrl. JUANITA GARDNER Birthplace: Biloxi, Mississippi Viking Staff: Pep Squad: Volley Ball Team Captain: Kodak Club: Traffic Contest Winiier: Music Department Program: Student Council Program: Class Offices: Senior Day Committee: Linz Pins. In w,2lCO High School: French Club: Girl Reserves: Assembly Programs: Honor Roll: Pep Club. liar may we Xl'tl1'l'h hefuri' we firnl A heart so iizerry um! so kiml. DEWIT"F GAYLE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Kodak Club: Pan-American Student Forum: Chemistry Club: Four-Year Linz Pin: Iiverts' Award: Football: Basketball: National Honor Society Vice-President: Home- room President: Senior Hi-Y: Crack Company: Assembly. In him arf' c'0u1I1im'il Ihr' dflighli of the rure, Il1f!'IlL'L'fHtIl jlrowrss :mill alhlelic grate. BERNARD GEARY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Student Forum: Kodak Club. That man is great and he alone, Whiz xvrzfrx a gi'r-a1'11esi not bit nun. GEORGE GLOVER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Crack Company Describe him who mu, Au ul1riilgr'im'iil of all Ibn! is plvusniil in IIILIH. FRANCES GORDON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad Drum Major: Olympiads: Allied Youth: Chorus: Assembly: Girl Reserves. lliv the words you my, uinl Ihr' xmilvx you zwuig Thai imilzr' you nell-luxeil l'I'f'l'j'lL'Z7K'l'l'. MARKIOIKIE GREBIEN Birthplace: Waterlciiu, Iowa Biology Club. Never elated wlvrii om' man'.v ojrlJri'.m'rl: Nrwr rlz'j1'r'fz'rf ullili' a1i0llvr'r'x iwlrxl. ELEANOR GRMZNL Birthplace: Mart, Texas Red Cross, Biology Club, Chemistry Club, Operetta. From the rroiwi of lzrr br-all 10 flu' mlm of lirr fvrl. She it all mirllv, lowly ami .vu'1'1'l. ELIZABETH GRIBBLE Birthplace: Fort Vforth, Texas Praise from. a fricml, or rmmrv from u fav. Are lot! 011 lJf'un'r.t llml our mevilx izrmux ITELEN GRUBE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas All-City Chorus, Operetta, Chemistry Club, Girl Re- serves, Assembly, Latin Club, Viking Statf. Anil as Ihr' brigbf sun glorifiex ilu' xlzy, S0 is lvrr fan' illiimiifil u'illJ lwr rye. DORIS GUYNES Birthplace: Bonham, Texas Philharmonic Society, Homeroom President, Homcroom Secretary, Kodak Club, Assembly, Operetta. To a fan' Ihafs so fair loo much praise wifi be given, Wfyili' ber Lain' is likr iuiisif llmlfv ,killing from ln'az'1'ii. SUSAN HACKBUSCH Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma Ami if lin: nzrunx ln' jzisl, iloe conduct iruv, Applaiixr, in spin' of fririal faults, ix dur. VINCENT HAGAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Baseball, Student Council, Track, Pan-American Student Forum, Chemistry Club, Philotechnic Society, Football. Tboiu bust so much wif and mirth about thee, Tlvvrr is no living will? Ibm' nor ufiflaout lbw. GENEVA HALL Birthplace: Corsicana, Texas Student Council, Chemistry Club, Allied Youth, Home- room President, Homeroom Secretary. Curxwl be Ihr z'rr.v', lmu' urll so f"z'r it flow, Thai lrnzlx lo maize om' zwrfby man 'ny foe. JACK HAMMOND Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club, Philharmonic Society, R. O. T. C. Cap- tain, Drum Major, Orchestra, Band Contest. Anil off lnzn' I lwurrl Jf'fc'nilr'd, Lilllv will ix xommtl fiwrirlml. TRUETT I-1AIuus Birthplace: Bellevue, Texas Debate Club, National Forensic League, National Honor Society, Perigon Club, Allied Youth, Chemistry Club, Latin Club Vice-President, Operetta, Orchestrag Viking Stuff, Chorus. A mifrry l1i'arl flwf is full of glee fsllfll as fiiv ixj .n'r'inx mos! jvlrfaxunl fo mv. ,z 2 fr I xg' l hu Q I JIQAN NETTI1. TTARRISON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas l.atin Club, Pep Squad. I lon' lo zlrzllw, l lou' ln jwlay I jml Il"0l'l'j' of lo tIll0llIl'l' day. JOHN HA'I'HAWAX' Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Band: Chemistry Club. A 1L'il'.v ri fvullww, tl rbivf u roll A lmmlxorm' IJItlll'X llaz' lmlilvxl wurlz of Grail. MARY ELLEN HAUGHTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian Vice-President: Olympiad Vice-President, Bi ology Club, Homeroom Secretary and Vice-President Assemlslyg Student Council, Linz Pin. We wuz ual fglil ux IJIVII may ala. Wr"rc' marli' lu ln' zwmml anil :ml In woo. RUSSELL HAYS Birthpl.1ee:Dallas, Texas Perigon Club: Rifle Team: Hi-Y, R. O. T. C. Major: Track: Crack Company. Look lf! flu' vnrlxl Dorf! ln xo r'111'io11x girlx. jIzANNr:T'i'ia H1iBIiR'T Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Girl Reserves. Slu' lows i'z'i'ryom', great aml inmll, Anil In turn ix lozwl by fill. Aj i"' A4 ' vi 5 HARRY HILL Birthplace: Fort Washikee, Wyoming Homeroom Vice-President, R. O. T. C. Lieutenant, Con- cert Band: Crack Company: Crack Company Band. Bubbliug :villa Iifv lar likes lo lease, B111 ilx rvully lair desire lo please. NORMA RUTH HILL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeruum Vice-President: Chemistry Club: Latin Club: Philharmonic Club, Kodak Club: Operettag Glee Club: Assembly. There was u soft and pelisiw' gran, A mul of tlaonglaf IIIFOI1 ber fare. EDWARD HOGAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Vice-President, Camp Dallas, Crack Com- pany, Chemistry Club, R. O. T. C. Lieutenant. Thur, I xlvvr my barlz, and sail On ww: level, with gcnlle gulf. EDWIN HOLLAND Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Kodak Club: R. O. T. C. Sergeant. Om' may ulwayx ln' xurv, wlaeli lo him ont' is speaking, Tlml lw'x ulwayx fwrwcixc' in his promise keeping. JUANITA HOLT Birthplace: Ranger, Texas Homeroom President, Operettag Chorus. Wlavrz' wax llvrrc' an uuflaor in the world gone by, " Wlao luuglll will lvvauly as a 'womurfx rye. .7 i S' :ffl 4 -J DAVID HOPKINS Birthplace: jacksonville, Florida Linz Pin: Track Team: Chemistry Club. Tln- nnlaappy man uflw onvr' has fruilml u jwn, Liwx not io plvusr' biznxvlf, bn! oflarr men. VERNA HOPPER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Commercial Club: Kodak Club: Pep Squad: Operetta: Glee Club: Cantata: Chorus. Do you know ffm! u girl ir lavrv, WlJo,s Kurt! and prrlfy unxl wry rlvur? DOROTHY HOUSTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad: Perigon: Biology Club. Afler all bar bvwi ruin' anal flonz' There is really only onv. FRANCES HUl"I"HINES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Debate Club: National Forensic League: Extemporaneous Speaking: Homeroom Secretary: Pcrigon Club: Viking Staff: Linz Pins: Senior Play. A friend lo all, ll for to few Gracious, feinn' and loving, loo. FRANCES HUNSUCKER Birthplace: Birmingham, Alabama Homeroom President, Vice-President: jockey Club: Bi- ology Club: Pan-American Chapter Vice-President: Pep Squad: National Honor Society. Hvr modrri loulax, lbz' collage zniglrl mlorn .Su'a'c'f ar llaf' frrizizrosl' pwpr l1c'nc'aflJ Ilan' ilmrn. R. is HOW'ARD HUNTER Birthplace: Amarillo, Texas R. 0. T. C. Captain: Rifle Team: Crack Company: Homeroom President: Student Council: Kodak Club: Chemistry Club: Biology Club. Who fo laifnxclf is low no law doth need, Ogvnils no law, and is u king i11rleeIl. JACK ISAMINGER Birthplace: Memphis, Tennessee Band Contest: Band Lieutenant: Golf Team: Kodak Club: Stamp Club: Camp Dallas: Orchestra Contest, Of manners gentle, of dgt't'fl0?1S milcl, In wil u man, simplicity a child. DONALD JOHNSON Birthplace: Augusta, Wisconsin French Club. Wbal slmll I do tu- be forever known, Anal llldkt' flu' age Home fo my own? MAGGIE LEE JOHNSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Commercial Club: Pep Squad. For llwrv bv no women fair as she, Wlwrrxl' rvrlax unll nouns :lo more agree, MARTHA JOHNSON Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia Kodak Club: Pan-American Club: Commercial Club: Pep Squad. HM' g!'SlIIl'l', lIl0ll0I1 anal lam' smiles, IIN' wil, larr l'0I!'l', my lover! Iavgzrilcs. JACK JOLLY Birthplace: Marlin, Texas Band Lieutenant: Concert Band. Here's a boy you can always trust, For he is one who does wlval be musl. GERALIJlNIi JONES Birthplace: Santa Rita, New Mexico Art Club. Sweel bird that slounnesl the noise of folly, Most musical, most melancholy. LLOYD JONES Birthplace: New Mexico A moral, sensible and well bred 'man Will never ofenal us, and no oliver fan. PATRICIA KEEP Birthplace: Lowell, Massachusetts Chemistry Club: National Honor Society A lady fair of youlla and grace, With morles! merit in laer fare. ELBERT KENNEMER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Operetta: Football: Basketball: Track: French Club: Chemistry Club: Philharmonic Club: Kodak Club: Clee Club: Band Contest: Crack Company: Compass Staff. On the slage, he is natural, simple, affecting, 'Tis only when lJe's of, be is zrefing. SHIRLEY KIRBY Birthplace: Alexandria, Louisiana Orchestra: Kodak Club: Commercial Club: Philharmonic Society. Halvjzby am I-from rare I'rn free! Wlvy ar'eu'f flnjy all eoufenf like me? DAVID KITTRELL Birthplace: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Hi-Y: Pan-American: Perigon Club: Kodak Club: Home- room President. Wln-never we see his fliver pass, We flainle "There goes real class." JOYCE KRAEGE Birthplace: Schenectady, New York Camp Fire Girls: Art Club: Pep Squad. Her eare was never to offend, Ami every ereafure was ber frierul. GEORGE LAKE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Perigon Club: Kodak Club: Crack Company. Much may' be said in his favor, One Ibing is his good llelaaifior, f VIRGINIA LANGFELD Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Cantata: French Club: Commercial Club: Pep X Centennial Chorus: Bible Pin. Her unassuming qliieiness surely imparls Kiml regaril for lvrr in all of our bearls 4 EDWARD LAPERRUQUE Birthplace: Calgary, Canada Debate Club: Viking Staff: Chemistry Club: Allied Youth: Latin Club Vice-President: National Forensic League: Interscholastic League Debating: National Honor Society. Tlx' work of flir world mnsf ifill lu' fiom' Anrl zniurls rzrr :nanny llmnglw frnlln ln' ow. BILLIE LATTNER Birthplace: Mineral Wells, Texas National Honor Society: Latin Club Secretary: President, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer Homeroomg Chem- istry Club: Pep Squad: Latin Tournament Alternate: Four-Year Linz Pin: Assembly Programs: Viking IV A Editor: Associate-Editor Senior Publication: Chorus: Latin Tournament: Everts' Award. Hercls a Xflldfiif, ln'rr"s a fri:-nfl, Errr rraily a bunrl io lend. BILLIE LAUGHLIN Birthplace: Reno, Nevada Chemistry Club: Girl Reserves: Commercial Club: Home- room Secretary: Pan-American Student Forum: Volley Ball Team: Baseball Team Captain. 'V She's beautiful and tlaereforr fo be woo'd, A, Sheds a woman lberfforr' of ewr changing moorl, BILLY LEARN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Basketball Team Captain: Track Letterman: Football: Baseball: Physics Class President:'Kodak.Club: Chem- istry Club: Compass Staff: Hi-Press Club. Man is his own slar: and tba! soul Ilya! can Br laonvst is ibe only perfect man. DOROTHY LILLARD Birthplace: Boonsville, Texas Biology Club. Howeler man rules in sricnfc' uml url, Tln' spberr' of womarfs glories is flu' lmlrl. -.-L. .. I 1 f, 5 MARGARET LINDSLEY Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri Commercial Club: Pep Squad. Once more: slieule clearly if you speak al all Carre frvry word before you lr! if fall. ' THOMAS LITTLEPAGE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Captain: Rifle Team: Camp Dallas: Crack Company: Off1cer's Club. ,Tis pleasant lo sec onc's name in print: A boolels a book, altlvozfgh lhrrr"s nolbing in il. ELIZABETH LLEWELYN Birthplace: Rochester, Pennsylvania Kodak Club: Girl Reserves: Red Cross Representative. Rare compound of oddity, frolic and fun, Who rclisloz-rl a jolzc and veioirlrl in u pun. ONNIE LOPER Birthplace: Loper, Alabama Basketball Letterman: Baseball Letterman. No! P11071 genius compares wilb grit, Anil a 'man can't lose if be will not quit. DORIS JANE LOTT Birthplace: Teague, Texas Commercial Club: Viking Staff, Linz Pin. SlJs"s affraffiw and slorfs willy, Sl94"s slylisb nnzl shc"s prelfy. s . 0 Q A U IRENE LYNCH Birthplace: Corsicana, Tcxas Girl Reserves Secretary, Perigon Club, Olympiad Presi- dent, jockey Club President, Student Council Secretary, Allied Youth, Homcroom Secretary, Valentine Sweet- heart, Most Popular Girl, 1937, Operetta. Har eyes art' slars of lwiliglat fair Lilac lwiliglil foo, lam' ilnsky liair. C. F. MACKEY Birthplace: Drake, Oklahoma V Chemistry Club, Biology Club, Latin Tournament Alter- nate, National Honor Society, Track, Four-Year Lmz Pin, Everts' Award, Latin Club, Viking Staff. But 'fwas a maxim he load affcn lriml, Tlyaf riglyl was right and Ilaerc he woulil abialc. JOHN MAGNER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Vice-President, Physics Class Secretary, Kodak Club, R. O. T. C. Sergeant, Hi-Press, Compass Assistant Business Manager. One single positive weighs mow, You know, lban negatives a score. VIRGINIA MARRIOTT Birthplace: Denton, Texas Biology Club President. A lmmllv of L'lTfIll'X, few faulls Io roilfrss, Her l01'!'liL'Xf nafuru is 1lIlXUlfiXlJ77t'SX. BLANTON MASSEY Birthplace: Merkel, Texas Basketball, Track, R. O. T. C. Sergeant, Crack Com- pany, Model Airplane Club, Chemistry Club. Although lark rnslawl ami on ilu' go, He always has a pleasant "Hl'll!1.,7 ALI-'RED MCADAM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Senior Hi-Y Secretary-Treasurer, Cheer Leader, Chem- istry Club, Biology Club, Kodak Club, Physics Class Vice-President, Homcroom Office. Popular, smart, willy, ami neat, Mos! of the girls lloinlz lJc's sweet. HELEN MCARTHUR Birthplace: Memphis, Tennessee Commercial Club. Wim: you see a rrowzl of boys in lbc ball, Slit' is usually flu' cause of il all. HOWARD MCELROY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking Business Manager, Linz Pins, Everts' Award, Compass Sports Editor, Gorgas Essay Winner, Football, Latin Club President, Kodak Club Vice-President, Perigon Club Vice-President, Hi-Press, Quill and Scroll, Chem- istry Club, National Honor Society, League of Nations Contest. Hr' could ilistiuguish ami Ilivitlv A laaiy fwixl the south ami soullawvsl side. DOROTHY MCGREW Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homcroom Vice-President, Secretary, Olympiads, Com- liass Activities Editor, Linz Pins. Tin' ilimplz' lim! iby vbin contains has bvaiiiy in ifs rouml, Tlvai m'L'1'r lms l1I'v11 failaomml ye! by myriad ilmuglals profonml. JACK McKEE Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Baseball Letterman, Basketmall, Track, Chemistry Club, Homcroom Vice-President, Linz Pins, Everts' Award. Bu! be wlaosf' inlzorm' worila lais acts commend, A gi-nllr soul fo lvnman ran' a frirml. If BILL MCKINNEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas French Club: Philharmonic Society: Biology Club: Or- chestra: Hi4Y: Crack Company: State Band Contest: Operetta. I A little nzisrlaivf by tbl' way, A little fun to spin' varb day. R. E. MCKINNEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Captain Football Team: Track: Basketball: Humeroom President: Senior Class Secretary. If good humor urn' a tn'asurI', He would be rirb u'illwuI 1111'as1u'r. ADALINE MCKNIGHT Birthplace: NWills Point, Texas Operetta: Chorus: Assemblies. Witfa lwr golden 'rain' :Inf thrills our XUIIIX, While ber n1a'iur1t manmfr ber merit rxtols. WALTER MEIER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Operettas: Homeroom Vice-President: All-City Chorus. Fortzmr, men say, doth gizfc loo murlr to many, But yet sfaz: m'1'1'r gun' vnongfa to any. BILLY MILLER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: Pan-American Student Forum: Student Council: Track Team: Football Team: Cheer Leader: Crack Company: Camp Dallas: Kodak Club. A IIIHII so z'r1rious that IIC scelns to br, Not ow, but ull ma11lzim1's I'1rit0n1I'. DARLENE MILLER Birthplace: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Pan-American: Girl Reserves: Commercial Club, Forget not yet lbr' tried intent, Of such u friend as I haw meant. WINIFRED MILLER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Biology Club: Linz Pins. Tfn' rnilflvst mzznnrrs aml tbl' grritlvst fanart Ifrom the rrouxrl set bar apart. NADINE MILLS Birthplace: Belfast, Ireland French Club: Chemistry Club: Biology Club: Linz Pin The fairest garden in ber looks- Aml in lm' mimf tba' wisest books. MILFORD MINTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Forum: Chemistry Club: Latin Club: HI Press: Compass Associate-Editor: Linz Bible Award, Operctta: Crack Company: Senior Publication Staff. We like trim more um! mort' carb day, We zlwft know wby-it,s just bis way. DQROTIIY MI'l'CHELI. Birthplace: Rosebud, Texas Kodak Club: Commercial Club: Red Cross: Linz To bear ber sjwalc, and szw't'tl-y smile, You urra' in Purudisf' flu' u'lIiIt', Pins 3 A 5? LAY LII.LI1i MORRIS Birthplace: Clarksville, Texas Olympiad Club: Kodak Club: Pep Squad. A quiz-I Mis.: with u quiet way Willw laughing bear! and spirit gay. WILLIAM NEAI. Birthplace: Wills Point, Texas Glee Club Of no nzuifx 1II'l'NL'IIl'l' ln' fm-Ii afraid: At no u1uu'x qurxlioiix lu' lookx ilixuzuyml. MARTHA KATE NEWMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian President: Hi-Press Secretary: Allied Youth Secretary: Art Club: Quill and Scroll: Compaxx Staff: Viking Staff: jockey Club: French Club President: D. A. R. Representative: Band Sweetheart: Valentine Sweet- heart: Basketball Queen: Homeroom President: Linz Pins: National Honor Society. Vi1'uciou.I ix flu' woril for you, Alwuyx fuilliful, lzinil, uml lrnv. VIRGINIA NORT'ON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Girl Reserves: Camp Fire Girls, Olympiad Secretary: jockey Club Secretary: Allied Youth: Pan-American: Homeroom President and Secretary. For Norm' bun' xurla u fun' angl incl: ii uiivn, Ax lo be lozwl izrmlx only lo lu' uwi. KA'I'HLI1If1N O'BI3IRNIi Birthplace: Dallas, Texas junior Red Cross: Homeroom Secretary: Biology Club: Olympiad Vice-President: Delphian Club: French Club True ax ilu' iliul lo ilu' SIH1, l Alfliouglv if ln' uof xlainml llglll. MARJoRIu O'Bn1RNE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homcroom Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer: junior Red Cross: Biology Club: Delphian: French Club. All lmmlzli' ugortb ilu' xlrnw lo ruixr, Will no! br' pruixwl, yet lowx lo praise. PATRICIA O,BRIEN Birthplace: Vincennes, Indiana Pan-American Forum: Olympiad Club: junior Red Cross: Kodak Club: Viking Staff. Wl11'rI' iliil you gel your uyes xo blur? Oni of flu' skim ni you ruiin' ffvrougb? EDDIE OvIaRIsecR Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Kodak Club: Perigon Club Vice-President: Chemistry Club: Hi-Y: Pan-American Student Forum: Viking Staff: Linz Pins: Crack Company: Student Council. Girli, girlx, girls galore! Bllf always wishing for juxl our niorr. ROBERT PARK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Debate Club: Latin Club President: Chemistry Club: Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award: Biology Club: Na- tional Forensic League: National Honor Society: Uni- versity of Denver Speech Scholarship: Viking Staff, In all llioxr' url.: in wliirli ilu' wixz' mi-rll, NllfIlfl',X chief 1riuxfr'r11ir'z'a' ix writing well. JI:ssMINE PARKER Birthplace: Hamilton, Texas Pep Squad: Art Club: Biology Club: Thrift Contest Win- ner: Senior Publication: National Hi nor Society. Oli! for ii xml in xpiur' lloriiz' nook, Im! laid uiili lr1"x nl spur ling wiila a brook. PM lien cd Y. JACK PA'1'ii.Lo Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Viking Editor-in-Chief, National Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Four-Year Linz Ping llverts' Award: Kodak Club, French Club: Chemistry Clubg Student Council. Nothing fo blurb for ami uolbing lo birle, Trim! in Dix l'lJ!lf1ll'fl'I' felt fur' ami uiiie. Ei.izADi.'rH PAYNE Birthplace: jacksonville, Texas Biology Club, French Club, Operetta. Nolfaing to soon fbi' drooping spirits ran raise, Ax praise from ilu' ones IUITUIII all men jwruixv. Rulfus PEARCE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Trackg Band Lieutenantg National Honor Society Pres- ident, Homeroom Presidentg Four-Year Linz Pin: Chem- istry Club: Senior Hi-Y, Latin Tournament, Student Council, Band Contest: Fverts' Award. Impuixilr, efarnesl, prompl lo uri, He rmzizvs bis griierozzs flwuglrl a fad. FRLD PICK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Track, Football Letterman: Band: State Band Contest. In all Iby immorx, ulrelfwi' gran' or meiioug Tf70ll,Yf xurb a bafvjlry, jiiraxulll fr'liou'. CARI. PETTY Birthplace: W'axahachie, Texas Homeroom Officer. Hulvfj ufm in his iifr' F1171 gfflflj' .ili'i'1' from gran' In iigivl, from friivrxulzl fo x4'11'ri'. PEGGY POE Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri Biology Clubg jockey Clubg Allied Youth. There ix no our lfmf we knou: WiJo'x as nite ax Peggy Poe. EDWARD POOL Birthplace: Shreveport, Louisiana Chemistry Club. A zwrflairr nzuu one voulri not firm' Truly an uxxrl fo all manizimi. BILLII-I Pom: Birthplace: Clarksville, Texas junior Red Cross: Commercial Club President, Secretary and Treasurer. Ob bon' fiuril if ix fu fimi Tin' cm' jim' xnilml fu mir mimi. ROLAND Po1tTH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Honor Society Vice-President: Perigon Club President: Homeroom Presidentg Kodak Clubg Viking Assistant-Editor: Pan-American Student Forum: Four- Year Linz Ping Fverts' Award: Orchestra, Library Assist- ant, Chess Team: League of Nations Contestg R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Crack Company '5S. True mm' in wrilfug forms fI'0llI url, not cllullre. As llioxi' more uaxirxl ulm burr' ii'ur'm'ti lo ilallw. Bois POSEY Birthplace: W'aco, Texas Su murli om' man ran Jo, W'fJp dom ivoflr arl ami know. I fx,..fl r JOE RAGLAND Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Camp Dallas. Go wbrrc be will, flax' wise mail ix uf lmmv, His bcarila the earllf, his ball law' azure ilozrzv. BEN RAMEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas IV-A Class President: Latin Tournament: Latin Club President: Debate Club President: Quill and Scroll Presi- dent: Homeroom President: Hi-Press Club: National For- ensic League: Debate Team: Perigon Club: Compass Editor: Chess Team: Student Council: National Honor Society: Four Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award. Lifv'x rxpcriencrr tell: in cwcrjy wil, Tha! those who Ilainlz. must gowrii llwxv who foil. JAKE REICHENSTEIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: Perigon Club Treasurer: Chess Team: Viking Staff: Senior Publication Business Manager. Bcgonc, dull Carr, I pritlwc lzvgour' from mv: Bfgonc, dull cure, lhou and I shall rirwr agrur. DICK RIDDLER . Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club Vice-President: Hi-Y Secretary and Treasurer: R. O. T. C. Lieutenant: Latin Club: Biology Club: Junior Red Cross: Camp Dallas: Crack Company. He ix xo guy aim' full of fun, His happy laugh clvr't'rx rfzwyolzr. .JAMES RIVENBARK Birthplace: Ada, Olil2'lllU111Ll Football: Contest Band: Tri-State Band Contest: Band Sergeant. A man of nmxl genial IIIIIIIIIFI' uml ,xfylvg All bis rirlnvx wc' Xlll't'l-Y rolllil Ilt'I'1'V l'UlIIf1ll!'. HAROLD ROI"FMAN V Birthplace: Dallas, Texas To ln- lbw wmv wlwn Vm alone. Ax wlmr my rrvry zleczl is known. CHARLES SAGNIBENE Birthplace: Bayou Current, Louisiana Kodak Club. Sn' lbr picture of Ibis boy? IIr'x muuy u girI'x lJamlx0111c joy. TROY SAMPLEY Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Extemporaneous Speaking: Debate Club: Senior Hi-Y: Pcrigon Club: Philharmonic Society: Kodak Club: Band: Orchestra Contests. A lull of rmlzly face and happy smile, Willa eugcr friends surroizndwl ull the while. ULRIC SANDERS Birthplace: Brooksville, Florida Chemistry Club: Homeroom President, Treasurer: Del- phian Literary Society: Allied Youth: Jockey Club Presi- dent: Commercial Club. Fillml wiflm f!'ll1iI1lI1L5 mm' arm' grace, Pleasant of IlIdl171l"f, pretty of face. Joie SANDIFER Birthplace: Birmingham, Alabama Home Room President: Glee Club: Senior Publication Stall. Nm' filfm' l xliglrf, um' for lm' favors call: Slim' rouivx nlzlookril for, if xln' romrx ul ull. l e 1 J, sl L, BOBISTL. SANSBUIKX' Birthplace: NX'ichita Falls, Texas Homeroom President, Delphians, Valentine Sweetheart, Kodak Club Secretary, Student Council, Physics Class Secretary. A uiiming way .mil u jllvuxaizl smile. A clnarm zvlrivla ollivrx Jars lzuguilv. ESTHILR SAVILLE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian, French Club. Aml .vlle is fair us is flu' lIl0l'lll!IX liriglrl. Her smile like siirisbiiiz' is l'l'K'l'j'07H',K tleliglwf. joixx SAVILLI5 V Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian, French Club President, Vice-President, Latin Club, Four Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award, National Honor Society. A frieml who knows, uml lows lo my, The bran' slew! 14.'Ill'lIS tba! clveer lbw wily. MIl,DRLD SEWELI. Birthplace: Kansas City, Missouri Pep Squad, Pan-American Forum, Kodak Club, Commer- cial Club, French Club, Four-Year Linz Pin, Fverts' Award. WU' see lwr Iitllv, aml bear ber less, Bu! sl11"x I1 rniglrly 'Hur' girl, u'e'll liazf' to I'ui1fr.i,I. JULIA SHAXV Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Perigon Club, National Honor Society, Olympiad Club Treasurer, Homeroom President, Vice-President, ,lunior Red Cross, Four-Year Linz Pin, Fverts' Award, Vilcing Staff. Good lumwr only fI'arln'x 4'l1uI'n1.t lo laxl, Slill wafers neu' Vrliiqliiwfs Illlil lllLlllllLlllIX ilu' Imsl. RAY SHEHANI2 Birthplace: Farmers Branch, Texas Homeroom President, Baseball Letterman, R. O. T. C Lieutenant. Wfboin lieiilwi' llareai' of Ilungrr can ilisinuy, Nor lbongbl of fufiire P5017 lfefruy. JOHN SHIPMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Perigon Club President, Homeroom Secretary, Student Council, National Honor Society, Tennis Team, Track Team, Four-Year Linz Pin, Everts' Award, Quill and Scroll, Hi-Press. Uriblemisheil le! mi' life, or tlie rinlenowng O grunf me lwwxl fume, or gran! im' fiom: ANDREW SIDOR Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri IV-A Class Vice-President, Football Letterman, Basket- ball Letterman, Track, R. O. T. C. Captain, Senior Hi-Y, Hi-Press, Camp Dallas '35, '36, '37. Anil .vlill i!7l'j' gazeil, aml still ilu' 1L'0lId!'Y' greug Tlml our small beiul roultl furry all ln' knew. ROBERT SINGLETON Birthplace: Augusta, Georgia Chemistry Club, Pan-American Forum, Kodak Club, Football, Track. A liilli' urnixwixu nou' iiml llwn lx rvlixlaml by Ilia' bei! of men. FREDERICK SMITH Birthplace: Trinity, Texas R. O. T. C. Captain, Chemistry Club President, Camp Dallas '36, '37, Crack Company, Student Council, Senior Hi-Y, Viking Staff, National Honor Society, Linz Pins. Of luis XIIFKTXS fl7l'l'l' will m'I't'r ln' ii Ilolilal, . Biff flu' girls will gel lrim if ln' u'oexu'I uufrlu mil. .Q JEANNL SM1'rH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphian Literary Society: Olympiad Club Secretary: Hi- Press: Library Assistant: Comfmxx StaH': Football Ticket Sales Sweater. Yel, my l7!'LlVf bar ll'LlYIIl't, lo glow For olfaers good will mel! al olhvrys u'or'. KA'l'li Cll1zS'l'1-LK SMITH Birthplace: jackson, Tennessee Latin Club: Perigon Club: French Club: Girl Scout Vice- President. Tfof' rising l7IIISl7t'X u'fJit'l1 bw' t'l7l'l'k o'i'r'.tji1'4'uiI, Arr- oprrring rorex-flu' Lilylr lml. MARY SM1'1'iI Birthplace: Edgewood, Texas Biology Club: All City Chorus. Pfrxuusivr' sllnffa uml mort' fu'rsuaxii'1' sighs, Silmzrr that spoke, and eloquence of ryrx. Rocrgit SMITH Birthplace: Akron, Ohio R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Philotechnic Society. Many an tltIIHfV't'l', llt'l'l'l' iz foe, Wflwn uxkml u furor, lu' IIt'l'J'l' .mill vm. Sxrii-.N STALLLY Birthplace: Colorado Springs, Colorado Allied Youth: Pan-American Forum: Track: Football Let- terman: Homeroom President: Glee Club: Kodak Club: junior Red Cross. Hr Irradx umwzmloux of funn' or uwullli, Profnxi' of foil urm' jvroifigul of fmzlllw. Crvoi. FRANCES STOREY Birthplace: Wactm, Texas Muxir, ffm' gruufvxl goml flwf morfulx know: Anil all of Hl'dliK'71 we ban' below. ELMER STRAIT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas -Iunior Hi-Y: Chemistry Club: Glec Club: Cantata. If ix 710fSfl'!'P1gfZ7, but arf, olafuinrd ilu' jlrizc, A1111 I0 br xwifl is lvxs lfmn lo 171' u'ixr. ATAY NLlLL STULTS Birthplace: Richmond, Texas Pep Squad: Olympiad Club. To llwir ubo kimuf lbw' nof, no -words full -bainl: Amf fllflil' who know lbw, know all words arf' faiuf. JENNIP. STURM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Biology Club. lx .tfw rm! mom' llnm painting can 4'.xfr1'r'.v.v Or vl'0llfl7flll jmr'f'x fr1l.'1'y wlwu fort' nl ifx fluff? BILLY SWMN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Kodak Club: Perigon Club: Four-Year Linz Pin: liverts Award: Stamp Club: National Honor Society. Wfilfv titll'l'lL'XX iuxl, :mil blllflfll' o':'r ull, Hi' liglrlwm ilu' litll'A'.X ffm! roizml' 11x full. l MYRA BELLE SWINDEL1, Birthplace: Quanah, Texas Homeroom Secretary: Jockey Club: Commercial Club: Student Council Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer: All City Chorus: Student Council Convention Delegate. Bright ax flu' nm, bar eyes tba gazerx xlrike, And, like Ihr' sun, lhry ibim' on all alilzv. I-IOMER SWINDLER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Tennis Letterman: R. O. T. C. Sergeant. His good-hnmorrrl air Dixprls all earthly rare. SHIRLEY TANNEHILL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Perigon Club: Chemistry Club Secretary: Interseholastic League Spelling Contest CTwice Winnerj. Of slurliex xlxf look the grralrxf lvrwzl, Ejiirienry ifsrlf xbr was indeed. EDWARD TLLKAMP Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Track: Basketball: Compass Reporter. Haril frulures awry lunzglvr mn romnzaml: To rlrazv frm' lveauly shows a ma.vf1'1'x' lzaml. MARGARILT THOMAS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Kodak Club: Pep Squad: Tennis Team. Arquainfanre I woulil bun' lm! il ilujwml Noi on Ilan' l1!HIll7K'l' lm! flu' rlvoiri' of frii'ml.s. HAliX'l:.Y Tiloivi PSON Birthplace: Corsicana, Texas Pan-American Forum: Biology Club: Baseball: Track: Assembly Program. Hz' ix a friend 'whom' tlwuglylx an' fiwil upon. The farm and joys of ereryorfr. DICK TITLEY Birthplace: Tulsa, Oklahoma Track: Kodak Club: Pan-American Forum: Homeroom President: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Camp Dallas: Assembly Program. 13719011 F1111 aml Dufy rlaxlr, Lal Duty go lo smash. ROSIZNIARY TROTI1 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas French Club: Pan-American Forum: Allied Youth: Bi- ology Club: jockey Club: Assembly Programs. Slu' fnrefzvrrzl a rluxsic or 'maybe an vida: Really, Rosemary, llJul's foo big a Ioail. JACK TURLEY Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Homeroom Officer: Kodak Club: R. O. T. C.: Latin Club: Biology Club. Tlu' flofzwrx of yuullv: of lnzfrpy bear! Glad lirliugs Jolla laa imparl. ROBERT UHL Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Baseball: R. O. T. C. Corporal. Nor ran vzrr a man of will br' found Wlzo rloellm gooil .Yt'I'l'll'i' lmlo all rlrolmfl. x J-. 1.v..v'y in y l.i+'.I. CLARK WAKEI'IELD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club President: Homeroom Vice-President: National Honor Society: Senior Hi-Y, Viking Sport Editor: Four-Year Linz Pin: Everts' Award: Track Let- terman: Allied Youth: Student Council: Viking Stage Band. As liigb in hir lifcdx sfanilurils, Ax nrt' bis wnlling "s1unIlarzlx." JOSEIJHINE WALKER Birthplace: Hartshorne, Oklahoma Pep Squad: Pan-American Student Forum. Words un' ibings, and u xmull drop of ink Falling like dvuf upon iz llaouglvt makes Ihr' woI'lIl Ibink. JAMES VVALVOORD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football Letterman: Chemistry Club: Senior Hi-Y: Home- room President: Linz Pin: Track: Kodak Club: junior Red Cross. A Jay for loil, an hour for xporl, Bu! for tl gooil w0l'lzI'r, lift' is loo Ilmrl. VESTA WARE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pep Squad: Kodak Club Secretary: French Club: Assam' bly Programs. The wry knut'k4'r on llav onlrr floor If slat' buf jiaxxvtl, wux briglvlrr than ln'f11n'. EARL WA'fTk.RWORTH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football Letterman: Chemistry Club: Ofhcens Club, Homcroom President: Student Council: Crack 'ompany, Camp Dallas: Allied Youth: Senior Hi- President: Kodak Club. Will: xlnraly xlrizlf ln' nralwx X 1' ny, By fiiirvxl Iluinvx affwrizlql Il cw lr' gay. i .Pk NIARTHA WEAVER Birthplace: Nashville, Tennessee Kodak Club: Physics Class Secretary. Sln' pfmvxxm smiling ryvx una' friendly greclingx WliiI'lI nmleu ont' look forward' In rlaily 1nz'vlii1g.v. VIRGINIA WEAVER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Forum. l.ifr'.v u pntltling full of jilnmx: Curr"x I1 l'4H1kl'l' flmi lwnunzllx. WAl.TERINE WEST Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pan-American Forum: Kodak Club: Assembly Programs: Physics Class Secretary. Sfac' is well Iikml by :'L'r'ry0i11' Prwfly xniarl anal fnll of fun. FRANCES WHITELEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Dclphian: Homeroom President: Olympiad: National Honor Society: Student Council: Viking Staff: Kodak Club. Her fart' ix grnflv, lzintl and fair Anil il nzulzvx u 5011, beyond' ronzliarv. CHARLES WILSON Birthplace: DeLeon, Texas R. O. T. C. liirst Lieutenant: Viking Staff: Kodak Club Gvrilawl in jnfrxoiztigc, Coiltlilri nnrl t'11Illl7Ilj4.'. .-nu... l '7 - IDA BELLE WILSON Birthplace: Point, Texas Biology Club: Debate Club Wlll'Vl'll'l' ralui' frm' is fouml, Trm' moJi'sly will ilwn' ulmiuzil. VIRGINIA YOUNG Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Latin Club: Girl Reserves: Commercial Club: Linz Pins. Noi in fum'-y's niazv sfn' lL'tllllll'I't'l1 imig, Bm' sioofwil fo frnlfa ami maruiizeil bw' song. ROGER BARTON Birthplace: Charleston, South Carolina Track: Kodak Club. Wury, bu! bold, on course onrr lakvri, Nvzrr lmllr br a fria'm1'f0rsukc'il. CECIL CAMERON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Four Years Football Squad: Track Team: R. O. T. C. Sergeant. "Careful Iriflr jirrfy is grmil uIf1'ii'i', zu' fenowg "Curr'fnf wilfr lLllVI1.V,U is lru- limvs tlfllllliy su. JERRY HOUGHTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Captain: Crack Company: Rifle Team: Vile- ing Staff: Compass: French Club: Kodak Club: Home- room President: junior Red Cross: Camp Dallas: Oiflicers Club: Hi-Press: Quill and Scroll. His r'br'v1'f11lr11'ss is wiflwzrl IK'l'if-Y, Anil bis pvrzsizvrivss uuiiboni asfwrily. l RIUPERT JONES Birthplace: Texarkana, Texas Perigon Club: Chemistry Club. A smoolb and steadfast mind, Always lwlpfrfl and former lziml. ROSA MECHAM Birthplace: Cleburne, Texas Commercial Club: Biology Club. Heart an ber lips, and souf within her eyes, Sofl as ber rlime and sunny as ber skies. EUGENE NICHOLS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas IV-A President Class january, '38: City Wide President Junior Hi-Y: President Senior Hi-Y. What v'rr br dill was dom' with so much ease, For bim aiom' 'lwus nulural io jrlrase. WALLACE NICHOLS Birthplace: Seymour, Texas Homeroom President: Basketball. Gulil lim! buys famllb mu newr be ill slieni, Nor hours spent in lmrmlvxs mz'rrimz'nt. ELLA STARNES Birthplace: Greenville, Texas Pep Squad: All-City Chorus: Operetta: Assembly grams. Anil 7lK',!'Y Jiri Grefiaii Chisel Iran' A maid of finer form or Iovelier face. Pro IV B Class Officers President ...... . . EARL AUSTIN Vice-President . . . SAM NESBIT Secretary . . DOROTHY DAVIS Sponsor . . . . MR. MYERS MERLE ADAIR Birthplace: Mineola, Texas Biology Club: Homeroom Secretary: Linz Pins: Literary Assistant: Viking Staff: National Honor Society. A spmizvr riff: in xerlxe, Anil uilly zvillmzzl u'il'.i f7l'!'ft'lI.ll'. JACK ARMSTRONG Birthplace: Farmersville, Texas R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Chemistry Club: Kodak Club: Radio Club: Homeroom President. Suriv vuxy gn'alr1rs.t, xuvla gl't1t'l'flll jmrl, Su lurrml aml fiulslanl for ramp or murl. EARL AUSTIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Track Letterman: Homeroom President: Football Cap- tain: National Honor Society: IV-B Class President' Basketball. , Hi: limbs ll'l'l't' mul in manly moulil, for fmrily xfmrlx umf vorzlvxlx bolil. ROBERT BALLARD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football: Kodak Club: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Chemistry Club: R. O. T. C. Color Guard: Track. In all lfiix world, llrough you seek up auil Ilozwr, Then' ix lml unolfwr like him, in any luzwf. CARL BARNETT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football: Kodak Club. Tin' quivl mimi ix rifbvr llmn a frown, Ami lfu- ujiriiqlzl man .Yt'0l'IlK foI'lum"I uzigry fron 11. FRANK BARRETT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Captain: Camp Dallas Crack Companies' Rifle Team: Latin Club: Kodak Club: Homeroom Vicel President: Student Council. I"11ll.vlal4'Iy of lzfuring, of xlaluri' riglal lull, Hr' xr'r'mx ,lil to t'0llIHIt1l1ll as be nzows lbrougb the bull. CLYDE BEAL Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Kodak Club. We grunl, zlllbougla be bus much wil, Hr ix very slay of using il. SELMA BEARD Birthplace: Henderson, Texas Homeroom Secretary: jockey Club: Kodak Club: Assem- bly Program. Tbim' eyes-lbiw eyes-thy bL'l1l'f'lIlJ' vyex, Arm' like lwo .vlurx fallen from lbw xlzivx. BILLY BOWIE Birthplace: Brenham, Texas Kodak Club: Chemistry Club. Tin' uforlil ix so full of u IIIHIIIJVI' of lbings, l'1u surf' uv' xhoulii always 171' faupfwy as kings, CATHERINE BREWER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Red Cross Club: Physics Class Secretary: Perigon Club: Philharmonic Society: Linz Pins: National Ht nor Society. A girl will: an ullravlirz' xmilv, Wino krmux il ii ulzusyx zvorlfi flu' zrlrile. ,64 2Q3 C? -1-gg, '64 A ta: SQ ll BILLY BURDEN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Kodak Club: Track: Homeroom President: Baseball: R. O. T. C. Sergeant: Homcroom VicefPresident. W'bt'll1w' in school or out al play II1".x full of fun, aml worries not Ll Jay. LUCILE BURFORD Birthplace: Hanna, Wyamming Delphians: Homeroom President: Latin Club: Red Cross Club. A smile for ull, u wr'lL'01m' glad, A jovial, uuiiirling way xbr bail. NoRv1N BURNARD Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Lieutenant. Wliuf fairy will, fluff men muxi m'z'a'x abide: Il jmyx not In ruxix! both wiml :mil iiilr. MARY RUTH BURNS Birthplace: McKinney, Texas Pan-American Club: Kodak Club: Pep Squad: room Secretary: Latin Club: Biology Club. Sbz- wax nw fair and mwvr proud, Hull tongue af will, will yet noi loud. DURON CHAMNESS Birthplace: Myrtle Springs, Texas Kodak Club: Biology Club: Assembly Programs: Slu' wax so lwaiilifzil it mwzeil Mm looking on lwr, ilr4'ami'il ling' ilrmlimwl Home- Chorus. if ,C Ulf , l C I C ffl, ToMMY CHERRY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Football: Biology Club Officer. Hr' who complies aguinxi his will lx of laix own opinion still. FRED CLARKE Birthplace: Bloomington, Illinois Homeroom President: Football: Golf: Chemistry Club. Dz'1n'mlablt' in furry iuxk assigned, May xucrcsx lit' in his lima JENNIE COMPTON Birthplace: Albany, New York Kodak Club: Chemistry Club: Chorus: Assembly Pro- gram. I bold my tongue 10 fell fbi' frufh, Anil lzvvll my brcaib fo fool my ilroib. CLELL CONRAD Birthplace: Bon Ami, Louisiana Kodak Club: Perigon Club: French Club: Homeroom President: Latin Tournament: Linl Pins: Student Coun- cil: Evert's Award: National Honor Society. Wbo mixrs wixdom willy mirth, Om' of liar' bex! Iraiix on rarih. DOROTHY COVEY Birthplace: Houston, Texas Olympiad. A .smiling fare, laughing eyrx, Ana' Ivrnlwr runny ax fbi- skim. s., f ,Aj T wil fin ri ..f i WW, vgfkv ILL- jf V AX I 'N jf! EVELYN CRENSHAW Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Allied Youth. Then' m'i'er lirwl a mail! nzorr' fair Her fbaruix and gnzrt' clixpvl all mrv. HULON CROUCH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas R. O. T. C. Sergeant. With u xmilr' llrigbl aml guy, Hnlou always gains bis way. GRACE CRUMP Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Linz Pin. Very xumll and gay and xzwef Will? GIOZFIIX of a:fmir1'1'x al bei' frvl. THOMAS CULLUM Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Presidentg Band Officerg Orchestrag Assembly Programsg Kodak Clubg Philharmonic Socictyg Traffic Contestg Contest Band. To lin' as gwllly ut br' run, To bf, no mulfvr ulwre, a man. MAURINE CURRIE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Clubg Biology Clubg Chemistry Clubg Girl Scouts. Oh, woman! 1L'l.7l'll lo law ilwu dos! inclirzv The bruwns no fairer angels run align. Q . 0 . JOANNE ELMENDORF Birthplace: l,os Angeles, California Biology Club: Homeroom Secretary: French Club. With foo 11111rl1 q11i1'k111'xx 1'1'1fr lo 111' fdllglff, Wfilb loo 11111111 flJi11ki11g lo lmw 1'o111111o11 Il11111gl1l. SUE ELMORE Y' Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Jockey Club: Biology Club: Hczmeroom Program Chair- man. Her 111o1l1'xl 1111x11'1'r 11111l gr111'1'f11l 11ir, Sbou' ber wise 111111 good ax sin' ix f11i1'. JERRY EMRICK Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan Homeroom President: Homeroom Vice-President: Olym- piadsg Art Club: Allied Youth: Delphians: jockey Club: Cheer Leader. F1111 of x111:11 11111l lotx of 11111, Tln' lei111l flmt likes lo' ge! oui of xlrji. CHARLOTTE ESCH Birthplace: Denver. Colorado Hi-Press Club Secretary: Quill and Scroll: Homeroom Vice-President: CUIHIHHSX Staff: Chemistry Club. My book 111111 my ll1'KlYf NlIIXf 111'1'1'1', n1'1'1'1' Iltlff. MARTHA JO FLEEMAN Birthplace: Midlothian, Texas Olympiad Secretary: Biology Club. TZ7l'l't' ix no o111' like M11rfl111 Io, Tim! ix 1111.31 111' lilza' lirr xo. BOB FLEET Birthplace: Fort W1vrtl1, Texas Football Captain: I-li-Y: Kodak Club: Student Council: Homeroom President: Basketball. Lon' tliltl fof1ll711il 111'1' lwix lroblvivs, Ami af 1111111 gu1111-x, flu' L'i1'f0l'j',X BOIII7-YYX. ELIZABETH JAY FUSHEY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Vice-President: National Honor Society: Chemistry Club: Girl Reserves: Assembly Programs: Linz Pins: liverts' Award. Cflilll' 111111' lrijw il 11x you go, fill ilu' light f1111l11xfi1' lor. LAvi11NiA Gll.MORl:l Birthplace: Terrell, Texas Delphians: Homeroom Vice-President: Chemistry Club. TX7I'l'l' um tl xoff 111111 111'11xi11' g1'111'1', A 1'11xl of flionglvf 11111111 ber flll'l'. GRACE GLASGOW Birthplace: Corsieana, Texas With fl!-1' fo1'111 M1111 ix i11'1111i1'o11x, Ilij' fun' f11i1', Tlillll 111't x111'1'ly 11 11'o1111111 bl'j'0I1Kl ull 1'o11111111'1'. fl? EMOGENE HAMILTON , Vlf 4.1 Birthplace: Kaufman, Texas Z-QVLLJ7 , Pep Squad: Red Cross: Philharmonic Society. 'f '-1 B111 Hmm' who u'1'if1' in 1'1'1'x1' .vfill Illllkl' Tin' 1:111' 11'1'x1' for flu' nlf11'1"x x11k1'. HARRY HAMll.TON Birthplace: New York City, New York Perigon Club: Chemistry Club: Linz Pins: National Honor Society. Ilis kH0lL'll't,Xl' Ilnllr rfxlvml ill l'1l'l'j' field, All 1L'i.w1o111'x Lll'Hlfll'j' lfrix 1111111 can wivlxf. BILLY HARDY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Debate Club: National Honor Society: National Forensic League: Extemporaneous Speaking: Linz Pins. By u'iSI1r1111 I4,'l'dHl7 it u'011, B111 l'iC'Z?l'K IlIlff'l7L1Xl'll IL'i.wI'r111I for 11r1I1I'. PERRY HARGROVl:l Birthplace: Fort Wrirth, Texas. C0011 bahilx gullwr by IHl.it'l'lI lll'gl'I'l'X, Ax brooks malzr' l'il'l'V'.X, l'fL'l'l'X r1111 fo seas. RUBY HATFIELD Birthplace: WVCIUITIRH, Oklahoma Her nw! 11f1j1I'u1'111II'v umf IlIlNll'.Xf air, Win ber fI'i4'11Il.v 111f1.vI 1'1c'1'yIvl1I'I'I'. JUANITA HEYEN Birthplace: Galveston, Texas Biology Club: Girl Reserves. Of bvigfaf lzermzzing lo lm- i11lr'1lr'rl, N11 fulzll in bw' af all 110 u'c' deferf. DOROTHY HIEGERT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Secretary: Delphiansg Linz Pin: Viking Art Editor: Kodak Club. T00 fair to worsllip, loo rliI'i11I' lo low, Her form Irarixjigzzrvd from fJ1'uI'I'11 zsbozr. 'Il-.AN HILL. Birthplace: Dallas, Texas jockey Club Secretary: Red Cross Club. Suwf 111111 xmiliug an' Iby uuyx, Ax b1'a11lI'011x, Xflltlffl I1IIl111I111 Jays. MARIE HILTON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Camp Fire Girl: Red Cross Club: Commercial Homcroom Secretary, President: Kodak Club, Fond of fun, fowl of rbungr' and praise, Club: MARTHA HEISER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Biology Club: Allied Youth: Honor Assembly Program: Student Council. Fair iI'vxxI-.v 111u11',I 1111 Amf l1vu11fY flruux IIN single fmir. Club: S11 11111617 ll u'0111u11 in ber zuuyr. RICHARD HORTON Birthplace: Los Angeles, California miml and l'0lH'dKl' in Ilislrwrs Arr' L1l'1llit'X lo f1I'1:i'I1I'I' xizrrvxs. I'n'sI'11rI- s MARY ANN HUGHES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Secretary: Chemistry Club. By ber mf! genllv lll'l'l'l7f xlu' proclaims, Herself moxl fozzrfeozzx, 'willy biglavxf of' uimx. CAROLYN HUMMEL Birthplace: Managun, Nicaragua Chemistry Club: Allied Youth: Homeroom Secretary. Those rwrioux loflex so ufrfly lufiuml, Whosz' 'Very lmir u xonl zlolb blind. W. R. HUNTER Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Vice-President Atlrmpf Ihr' end uml :wwr .itaml fo floubf: Nothing ix xo lzuril but xvurrlz will finzl if ont. EVELYN JACKSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Olympiad. A willy woman is a Irraxure. Arlllrrl fo bfdllfv ix lIItIl'!'tl full uzvaxizrrt MAx1NE JOHNSON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas C. R. JOHNSTON Birthplace: Houston, Texas Football: Football Letterman: Track Letterman: Home- room President. Many are flu' balls avroxs llvc goal: Many are ilu' girls wlaoxe beurlx he xlolv. ZILLAH LANDERS Birthplace: Athens, Texas Kodak Club: Chemistry Club: Allied Youth. Full of Iuuglmfr ana' se'r'iouxm'xx, loo, Gomllfyr, Zilluli, good luck lo you. ALLEN LEACH Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Senior Hi-Y: Homerocm Vice-President: Track: Basket- ball: Kodak Club: Philharmonic Society: Chemistry Club: Contest Band: Orchestra. If may bc' xuiil of om' who lizfex xo well, Hix wry 1m'x1'11if4' :luth all gloom dispel. MAR JORIE LIESEY Birthplace: Statesboro, Georgia Biology Club. A pvrfrfrl lL'UI7ItU1, nohly planned, To warn, Io comfort, and rommaml. i BILLIE MARIE LUCAS Birthplace: Irving, Texas Kodak Club: Commercial Club. Biz! io sn' ber was Io lon' lwr Love bw, aml low' forrwr. Gwiflv, quiet, unrl wxf'rz'ml is xlze, Ax if ilvxlimwl for a qmwi fo br. 4, , XVEBB LUDEWICK Birthplace: Midlothian, Texas Football. Pep, 171111471 ami' jlvrmrlalify, The ITVA1' .vjmrle of gwziulily. EIAIIE Lou MACRAY Birthplace: Strawn, Texas Homeroom Vice-President: Biology Club. Her eyes are sapphires xv! in xnozu, Rr'x1'mbliI1g fJr'aL'm1 ax uw' lzvmux DORO'fHY MARsII Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homerotm President: Hnmeroom ViceAPresiclent. 71170111117 I am ymmg, I scorn fo fl!! On the wings of bovrouftl wil. AUSTIN BKTARTIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Wffm mixes rvaxori u'iIfJ jnlrasizrv and uixrlmu ufifli mirffw, If lu' had any fanlfx llwy are 1101 Ji,w1'1'I1iblz' on mrllz. I MARY MARTIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Sfw ix one u'fm's rzluunys ,qawry I'IORTENCIA MAR'fINEZ Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Pcrig'n Club: Homeroom President: Pan-American 'Vice- President. Her' 0L't'l'!70lL'L'l'il1g p1'c'.II'r1r'f' makes you feel If would not bi' idolufry 10 k11:'el. MARKALEIQTA MATHEWS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homcroom Secretary: Perigon Club: Assembly Program. Amf lL't'l!'U7P1!' u'brrz's0':'r the urnl, A mlm mul gnzvious fflemenl. EI.oIsIg MCGEE Birthplace: Mt. Park, Oklahoma The joy of youfb and bealllv ber .eycx displayed And ease of lacart ber every 10011 l'0l'll'!'j'Pd. JAMES MCKEE Birthplace: Fort Worth, Texas Baseball Captain: Football: Basketball: Pan-American Club: Homeroom President: Student Council Vice-Presi- dent. Tlvix only gran! me, ffm! my n1r'a11x may lin: T00 lou' for emy: for f'0I1fl'IHflf, foo faigb. Iv RUFUS MCKNIGHT Birthplace: Dallas, Texas National Forensic League: Debate Club: Latin Club: R. O. T. C. Officer: National Honor Society: Linz Pins: Latin Tournament. ' A firm l'0l!Illld7Hl :tml lf'11111e1'alz' will, Cmzzlfimwl Ivilfv l'7ll'l'gj', .Vfl'l'IIKQfl7, aim' xkill. 4' And om' ufvnxv smile lm.: zum fm' fillllf. Fl NTARIE McLLon Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom Treasurer: Biology Club: Kodak Club, As sembly Program. Slip is always r'01H'lz'011x uml .vu'1'i'f, Hrr fair lmir and form mulze lnvr mfulvlrlv. ED MCMENAMY Birthplace: Whitesborti, Texas A Youll: fo wlwm was giwn S0 wurlv of varllw, so murlv of l1r'az'4'r1. TH1coA MCNTURRY Birthplace: Delta, Colorado Olympiadsg jockey Club, Allied Youth. We lilzr' lwr for u XIIHVIJ' xmilv. Tlmf nmleex lam' u'c'lc'omr ull flu' ulwilv. RODNEY MEYERS Birthplace: St. Marys, Ohio Chemiitry Club: Kodak Clubg Latin Club. Cl1f'1'1"il up lvimsvlf will? P77115 of z'r'rx1', Ami Xdj'.:7.'gX uf 17l1ilof:raplJi'i's. ED MONT1iI1'PI Birthplace: Dallas, Texas junior Hi-Y Secretary: Linz Pins: Kodak Club: Chem- istry Club: National Honor Society: Fverts' Award. Fear :mf flu' auger of flu' win' to rui.n', Tlrry lux! ran l7Z'lll' l't'fJI'U'1f who fm'ril jmiixr' .gf Us N IVIARLIN MOIKRISON Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Kodak Club: R. O. T. C. Corporal Of llwix jolly good man, I'll .ray what I'm to llv'.t l7IllN't't'dl7l-jf' lmnvxlg aml of lwarl Hur? as SAM NESBIT Birthplace: Hollywood, California Football, Basketball Letterman: Baseball Letterm Ifl, golil. ang IV B Class Vice-President: Senior Hi-Y Vice-President, Home- room President. Hi' .vjwvukrllz ual: uml yr! Ilwn' lim A 1'0u1'm'r'xalio11 in luis eyes. GLENN AVA NUSBAUM Birthplace: El Paso, Texas Pan-American: Biology Club. Mnrlvxl, limid, and 'l'!'1'y suwl, IM! flu' wr! nm' lilies lo mvrl. BILLY OQUIN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Chemistry Club: Biology Club: Latin Club: Hi-Y Club: Latin Tournament. A rmm with g1'rulr'i' modvxfy or minrl, 'Turnulrl Xlll'!'l-Y lu' umxf rliffirull I0 fiml. CLARA FRANCES RAY Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Dclphians: Kodak Club: Homeroom Secretary: O Ilvr zvry f1'0u'r1x arf' fnirrr' far Tlmu .vznilvx of ollwi' maizlvm irrr. lympiacls X sw . A fps rg 1 IPAVID RICHLY Birthplace: Denton, Texas Biology Club: Boys' Glue Club. Quifr eager u.'I'll I0 Illeusc' ix lie, Yr! IIIIHSITHWIFJ if luis lol fzlilllrr' ln: PLGGIL RINAMAN Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Delphians: jockey Club: Olympiads: Homcroom Vice- President: Homeroom Secretary: Football Ticket Sweater Winner. W7l20eI'rr llvinkx funlilm man fo .Ing Thinks ulaaf 71K'yt'V um, nor is, nm' l"l'V xlwull lar. JANET Rochus l Birthplace: Sparta, Tennessee Of all flu' arljc'rfiI'm llml I lcuml, SllIt't'Yl' bu! n1rr'fn'I' fit lm' jus! xo. JANE Sc:IIAI4Lk Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Kodak Club: Olympiads: Homergxom President: Jockey Club Vice-President: Chemistry Club: Allied Youth. Briglif, niliy, lI!'l'llV xlou: Tln' tyju' lL'l7U,X lllIl'tIY1'.V rm flu' go. HIiLIaN SCOTLAND Birthplace: Dallas, Texas If flu' lieurf of ll :mm is IlI'jJ1'z'.v.vI'zl Irilli r'uI'4'x, Tlvr mist ix Ili.vfIellI'Il IUZWII HQ Iwfmui frjljrvarx. , .Ny J If ll ,J MARY SLILILR Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Latin Club: Perigon Club. Fm' lllvxxizfgx fwfr mai! ml rigbleoux flwdv, Alnl llwougla a Iutv, Il .ture rewurrl s11trI'r'1lx. ALMA LLL SESSIONS Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homerogm Secretary: Kodak Club: Commercial Club. Some qualifier an' fo morlals given Willa Im of eurlb in tlwnz llaan lacawfi. MARY ELIZABETH SMITH Birthplace: Shreveport, Louisiana Kodak Club: Biology Club. Meek lowlinrfsx is rouml thee sprwul: Tlwu rlmrrning, lL'lll.Y0l7It', grucrful maizl. JANE ELIZABETH SYKES Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom President: Delphian Vice-President: French Club: French Class President: Linz Pins: Biology Club: Latin Club Vice-President: Olympiads: Viking Staff. I Thy .wufle wolllrl fll mos! lmplm men Willa glrr. 'Tix snrla u joy fu bear ibm' .fzngl lo srl'- W. S. TAYLOR Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Homeroom President Po.s.vr'.m',t rr giff loo ran' In fvll, III' float all flwirzgx, aml flows llivm urll. I N . " " 5 1555 4- QE t . -I :J 'K ' Qssixm J 1- , ,J . ,- tl ,I il .fffsfaff w Doius TIMNI Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Kcdak Club: Chemistry Club: Girl Scouts: Biology Club: Library Assistant. Sbc' llvinkx ix is 11114111 raxivr' I0 rlo :xml iliv, Tlaau if is I0 lU07Illl'I' why. JANIS TRAUBEL Birthplace: St. Louis, Missouri Homcroom Vic:-President: Biology Club. janir ix always polite and lziml, A bc'Hi'1' girl ix bard fo fiml. NANEARLE TUGGLE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Biology Club: Pep Squad. lust a bi! of clnarm and grarz' To li1'f'r1 up flu' wlwlz' drill flluw. RUBY VUALKER Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgie Homeroom President: Red Cross Club Vice-President: National Honor Society: Viking IV B Class Editor: Linz Pins: Perigon Club: Library Assistant: Homercom Sccrc- tary: Kodak Club: Assembly Programs: Evcrts' Award. Wifh bar 1'i1'f11r'.v quih' 111I1i1'1'o11I, ami fanlli llml .f11'i' fvu , D0 I gin' Ibis fair maizlvri lo you aml AYIIII. BENNIE Aucie WARRICK Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Kodak Club: Biology Club. A frivml wln'11 ,YUll,1't' in 11z'i'il, Is a .quail fl'll'I1tl iiiilrml. is MARTHA RUTH WHITE Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Allied Youth: Latin Club: Homeroom Secretary: Library Assistant: Chemistry Club: Kodak Club: Assembly gram: Pcp Squad. Slu- walk.: in bvunly Iilzf a night of starry skier Pro- Anil all llraifr bm! of zlarlz and bright in ber eyes. FRANCES WILLIAMS Birthplace: Brownwood, Texas Library Assistant: Assembly Program: Homeroom Secre- tary. In lm' l'.YI7l'?'i!'Ill'l' all lvvr jricmlx rr-lied, Hvarvu was lwr help ami uafurl' was bar gllidr. ELLEN YATES Birthplace: Kaufman, Texas Homcroom Secretary: Pan-American: Delphians: Linz Pins: Library Assistant: Essay Cgntest Winner: National Honor Society. Willv lvwr way ilm! ix briglal, bm' smile a'c'l7o11air', Slw illdj' lmnixlw all .vormu' or mx! away Carr. FRANK YOUNG Birthplace: Dallas, Tcxas Latin Club: Football: Baseball: Track: Orchestra: Glec club. A man uf spirit ana' kiml hear! 1L'l'lI-k77U1l.'7!, W'lw.ca wry fornz ix quiff fit for a fbron . W Boy's IB CLHSS If-1 CLHSS IIB CLHSS S 1 1 3 'x IIH CLHSS 3. V, 5 ,M III B CLHSS V i A gf sf! 'J 'ms fy I If W 9 ' Qf","77 Q 11 I v ni 7. - f gb 1,4 xl! 4 ij Q K1 E A 1 I 2 -r . O20 Fa11.KfTLrgY2J jfwfwywfg ,Z4.,4.,,w,f - ask MT J' if M7 X 5e.cv'oJT'q,,,-1 E vffx E Qqig k2U:Qf'f fa4 N Q? 71 J , is QR ii 3225 ,giwii 3 N 5 Wg 32 QQ MQWQFZQ? Q ii W 255365253213 SM, ilgfws 55 QW KXQSMEQWM ZX Q M KW Sjmrzxnrzv lfIlifIll'AfIl-Cl7iL'f . Axxislulzi EIHIOI' cj1:lYXELlHlI1'X . Slug Pf10lr1gI'a11fI1'I' ...... . . . . . DI'fmrfrI1I'f1f IIHIIII x xx X Viking Staff LITERARY STAFF . MARY BI:R"I'RAND, NELL LAWLER . JACK PATILLO . . . . ROLAND PORTH . BILLIE LATTNER, RUBY WALKER . JOHN BROOKS . CLARKE w'AKI'I'Il'.I.IJ, CTATHIZRINIC ALEXANDER, .IERRY HOUCHTON, TRUETT HARRIS Axxi.vtm1fI: LOUISI COMPTON, BARBARA Cl,ARK, PA'I'RIc1IA O'BRIIA.N, ROIII-.R'I' PARK, DORIS JANE LOTT, C. F. N1.'XC.Kl:X,fIl.I,l.N GRIJIIE, MIiRI.I4' AOAIR, HARRY HAMlI.TON, FRANCES WHITELEY, EARL AUSTIN, FRI-IILRICK SMITH, KIANL SYKLS, FRANCES HU1"I-'lIINES, CHARLES WILSON, MARTHA NEWMAN, EImxx'ARIm LAPI-,RRUQUI-1, JULIA SIIAW, DICK TI'I'I.I?Y, FIIIIIE OVERRIECK. ART STAFF Spomur . . . KATHARINE BRADFORD Editrm ........... DOROTHY HIECERT, WALTER QUILLAN Axxixhzulxr NIARY KATIII-.RYN BOOHI-.R, -IIIAN ISAIRII, SI LMA BEARD, FRANCES BEAUMONT, BILL TAYLOR, IQLIION HlI,L, IQIIWARII BI-.K1KlzR. BUSINESS STAFF Sponsor . . . . W. T. TARDY Buximwx Mumzgrr . . . HOWARD MCELROY A,I.vi.vtuI1lx . . . .IAKE REICIII-.NsTEIN, MIl.I.A CROTTY Attlv Eilimr . . Marmging Ediim' Aymfitm- Eilirfo-f Sport: Eilfrw-f Exclltmyjt' Etlitor tfulurnzziftf . Pnn. ll.-XX'l'l'QR, Mn.FoRn lNlIN'I'0N, jtttxtt Ilot'c.m'R't'v, T h e C o m p cr s s Norfb Dallas Bi-zcwklvy Nl'lL"Xf1dfIE'V EDITORIAL STAFF , . . . . . jlxtxtt' lJUl'f-lllQR'l'V l:ofiu,-l-l- Illimitul 1- . . , . . . RAI l'll Pill-l.l'S All-ifz.o1rIimifoo' lv1,of.oi l I..-KN.-'tlk tJR1zzAklr,'I't1ar Mt'l-Itkot' Arr Fllim- . , llt1U'ARIb lXlL'l'll,RtlY, !Sn.x.t' Ll-QARN I-'I lfff if ,'ll,u1.a:url . . . . . fllARl,U'l"l'F lisrn . jmtkt' H0'l'Gll'l'0N, jotlN Rot' SNXPINSUN, S ,'L- rfI.n'y . . . Tvpii1l lio'r llkot Tom IvIvlf1.Rot', Cut.-tRt,o'r'rr1 l-Isnt BUSINESS STAFF . JAMES lVlCNII-II. . JOHN MAGNER . . lfl.BIiRT KENNEMER . . MARTHA KAT1-3 Nt-ZWMAN, DURU'I'llY IWCGRI-IVV, Putt, BAXTER . . . MAtt'rnA KATI-1 NEWMAN VNH, MARY HAtt'rt,t-1'r'r, RUTH COMl"I'ON, l.l1llNl-I CARRtNn'roN, VIRGINIA YOUNG, jrANNti Saturn, lNlARtiARl'1'I' L1NIrsI.RY REPORTORIAL 5'I'Al-'Ffjalxo Palmt-r, Martha Katt' Newman, Ct-orgc Dalton, john Shipman, je-anncSn1ith, Marion Bt-nnutt, David Hopkins, Curtis Lucas, john Magnrr, tiarlantl linglanrl, Annlicw Sitlor, Dick llonrl, All:-n Black, Elbert Kcnm'n1cr, Mary Ruth Bartlett, Mil- ford Minton, james McNicl, Clauclt' Mcfntuht-on, Ch-ll Conratl, john Rox' Swt-nson, Frank Young, Gt-urge Bryan, Rachel Mathis, Lady Perry Mctiinnis, Winifrt-cl Perkins, Shixlt-3' 'I'4mnuhill, Marjorie Schmitt, Mirmettt- Ware, james Henry, Edward Telkamp, Vesta lV:tl'n', Leonarfl Donohue, llarlin Morriaon, onrl Lt-ons Carrington. CLIPPING l5UREALlfM:tl'y Smith, Patricia Williams, Yitginia Norton, Dallinc- Mill:-r, Marion licnnrtt, Hills Lt-axn, lilberl Kelntetnetg Dot Browne, :mtl Loom- k':n'1'ington. lll-PRESS--llono1'1n'y Organization of tht' t,'ornf,m' Staff litlitorial, llttaitwfa, an Rrpo1'tot'i,u1: jitnmiv Ilonght-ity, prraitlcntg jzunea McNiel, vice-president, Charlotte- liach, st'cl't't:tt'y. QUILI, AND SCROLL--Intcrnational Honot':n'y Society for High School journalists: Ralph Phelps, pn-siclctttg james McNicl, vice-presi- dent, Matthan Kate Newman, st-cr:-tart, 'l'om Mt'lilt'oy, rt-portt-1', jack Patillo, Lanaix lilizzartl, llovtartl 1VIcEl1'oy, jane Palmer, Gcorge Dalton, jcrrv Houghton, Charlotte lisch, john Shipman, VYinifrutl Purkins, Rachel Mathis, john Roy Swenson, Frank Young, Laslv Pearrj' Mufiinnis, ltliltltvttr W:nt-, Cl:-Il Unnntl, :mtl tIuoy'gv liitan. Sltnnvor . Miss lVlYR'l"I,E FOSTER RALPH PHLLPS MYRABELLE SWINDL IRENE LYNCH . Mlss AGNLW . Catherine Alexander Carl Baumgardner Helen Butler Robert Bynum Dorothy Campbell Virginia Cole Frank Crowley Patty Ann Dngue Bob Fleet Sue Rust Norma Farmer Edward Grube Jeannette Grube Vincent Hagan Truett Harris Robert Hood Marjorie Hummel Mary Jean johnson Orland Johnson Euella Marie jones The Student Council MEMBERS Jack Kern Jack Knowles Charles Lancaster Bill Langham Irene Lynch Dorothy Lyan Frances Whitely Leon Wilson Ellen Yates H. B. Sanders Mack Wallace Nance Marie McFarland James McNiel Albert Mercer Ann Meriwether Bill Miller John Miller Sam Nesbit Eddie Overbeck Frances Overley . . President . Vice'-President . Secretary . Sponsor Betty Parker Hazel Parker Jack Patillo Rufus Pearce Ralph Phelps Paul Pand Bobbie Quillen Ben Ramey Bobbie Sansbury Buddy Scott Marie Sears Betty Wayne Shields John Shipman Frederick Smith Myrabelle Swindell Clark Wakefield Earl Watterworth Frances Weichsel Louise Weise HIS q Periqon Club The Perigon Club was organized May 3, 1922. The purpose is the consideration of mathe- matics, recreations and kindred subjects. The programs consist of such mathematical topics as are not included in mathematics classes. The game of chess receives much attention. The club took part in a Chess Tournament at the Y. M. C. A. The club gave a program for the North Dallas Dads' Club. FALL 1937 ROLAND PORTH . EDDIE OVRRBLQK IRENE LYNCH . JOHN SHIPMAN . JAKE REICHENSTEIN Maurine Bates Marilyn Bragg Catherine Brewer Mary Evelyn Collins Dorothy Green Dorothy Houston Irene Lynch Rachel Mathis Prvsizf 1' nf . Vin'-Prz'xidf'nf . . Sf'l'l'L'fdl'j' . TY't'dSIll'r'l' . R t'jJo1'fz'r MEMBERS Marian Nicoud Jane Palmer Annie Laurie Sears Julia Shaw Martha Shaw Lillian Skrehot Shirley Tannehill Ruby Wgilker Frances Weichsel Clell Conrad Bobby Foster Joe Geary Harry Hamilton Truett Harris Rupert Jones Howard McElroy Lady Perry 'McGinnis Kay White James McNeil SPRING 193 8 . JOHN SHIPMAN HOWARD MCELROY . JANE PALMER JAKE REICHENSTEIN . JAMES MCNEIL Eddie Qverbeck Roland Porth Ben Ramey Vestle Reed Jake Reiehenstein Kirk Relyea John Shipman Billy Swain George Wunderlick Evelyn Atkins Jack Armstrong fire? The Chemistry Club Maurine Currie FALL TERM OFFICERS SPRING TERM CLARK WAKEFIELD . . President . . FREDERICK SMITH DICK RIDDLEK . . Vice-President . . . DARYLE ECHOLS SUE RUsT . . . Secretary . . SHIRLEY TANNEHILL MK. C. L. SYKON . Sponsor . . MR. C. L. SYRON MEMBERS John Feeser Zillah Landers Jack Mullinnix Dorothy Lee Irene Field David Larson Anne Newton Thompson Helen Grube Modene Frost Allen Leach Billy Oquin Lenabel Thurman Donnie Dillon Betty Brackeen George Bryan Peggy Byrn Mary Cameron Mary Ann Campbell Buster Clement Marie Collier Lester Collins Jeannie Compton Miriam Cooley Jimmie Crow Evelyn Dees Evelyn Dieterich Daryle Eehols Margaret Elms Betty Everett Elisabeth Fushey Clair Gannon Foy Garrison Lavenia Gilmore DeWitt Gayle Vincent Hagan Gloria Linxurler Carolyn Carmody Doris Timm Webb Ludewick Jasper Overall Clark Wakefield Billie Lattner Eddie Overbeck Evelyn Wall C. F. Mackey Jack Patillo Earle Watterworth Blanton Massey Bobbie Quillen Harry Whitehurst Alfred McAdam Jake Reichenstein Laura Wilson Harry Hamilton Howard McElroy Kirk Relyea Robert Park Julia Shaw Karl Mendel Dick Riddler Jim Walvoord Delores Harris Rodney Meyers Sue Rust Edward Poole Richard Horton Billy Miller Bob Seay Shirley Tannehill Norma Ruth Hill Ed Monteith Jane Schafer Ida Jo Kersey Mary Ann Hughes Donald Moore Lillian Skrehot Howard Hunter Carolyn Hummel Dorothy Mueller Frederick Smith Ben Caudle C. R. Johnston Patricia Keep Robert Mullinnix William Smith Harry Hill Charlotte Esch Rufus Pearce Gordon Henson John Brooks Eleanor Green Frances Cook Joe Currie 'Earl Austin Cecil Beaupre Robert Singleton Dick Bond Fred Clarke Truett Harris Milla Crotty Jack Hammond .uf- 4 , . aiu Commercial Club BILL1141 Pomi . . . ..... . . . President MARY FRANCES l:RANKl,IN . . Vice-President ANNA FAY12 STUART . . Swrvfury-Treasurer Miss LILA BLA K ii Imogene Alexander Evelyn Atkins Mary Ruth Bartlett Betty Brackeen Dorothy Browne Leone Carrington Edna Earle Collins Louise Compton Maurine Currie Doris Jean Dalton Ruth Alyce Deans Kitty Beth Douglas Mary Frances Franklin Fayetta Gage MEMBERS Marjorie Grebien Marie Hilton Verna Hopper Maggie Lee Johnson Martha Johnson Virginia Langfeld Dorothy Lillard Margaret Linelsley Doris jane Lott Billie Marie Lucas Norma Lynch Eflie Lou Mackay Louise 'Mathis . Sponror Helen McArthur Eloise McGee Aclaline McKnight Theda McMurry Darline Miller Dorothy Mitchell Dorothy Mueller Billie Pope Alma Lee Sessions Mildred Sewell Jennie Singleton Anna Faye Stuart Virginia Young i 4 FALL TERM IRENE LYNCH . JANE SCHAEER . JEAN HILL . . VXRGINIA NORTON MIRIAM GRICI3 . Catherine Alexander Peggy Beckett Jean Hill Virginia Norton -Mary Ruth Bartlett Irene Lynch Jane Schafer Jean Counts Selma Beard Theda McMurray Billie Jo Hale A A ll W Iockey Club OFFICERS . P1'c'sidC11f . . Vic?-Pr1'si11z'nf . SI'crc'fary . . Trmszmfr . . Sponsor . MEMBERS Rosemary Tipton Ulric Sanders Rosemary Troth Peggy Poe Barbara Clarke Milla Crotty Marion Bennett Virginia Cole Margaret Biard Betty Clarke JANUARY GRADUATES Margaret Clements SPRING TERM . . ULRIC SANDERS ROSEMARY TROTH . MARY RUTH BARTLETT . . PEGGY BECKETT . M1R1AM GRICE Betty Cram Neva Culpepper Sue Elmore Martha Gibson Frances Hunsucker Laura Hunter Peggy Rinaman Corrine Collins Bobbie Quillen Ellen McGrath f Q., 'Cf KJ X fywfwf Maw EVELYN STRADIQR . Jo FA Hose . . EDMONTINE Wi-uri. Miss RUTH CQRAXVFORD Opal Adams Virginia Burke Voncile Harvey Bettye Shannon Ethylene Stokes Anna Lou Knight Gladys Marie Bianchi Mary Evelyn Moore Jeanette Grube Helen Grube Annie Helen Miller Irene Telkamp Jessie Hall Annie Laurie Vardman Ruth Alyce Deans Rita Brosch Nathilee Began Girl Reserves MEMBERS jean Strausburger Helen Liliins Margaret Fenner Annie Jim Tabb Norma Lynch Eloise McGee Frances White Frances jones Frances Jean jones Frances Masters june McClintock Frances Beaumont Norma Farmer Marilyn Bragg Evelyn Atkins Louise Compton Mildred Back . Prrfsidvnl . Vin'-P1'c'xi11z'nf . Sc'r1'4'far'y-T was zz rw' . . . SIIUIIXOI' Virginia Young Jane Cole Margaret Ann Orr Juanita Heyen Elizabeth Fushey Mary Belle Sikes Earlene Bridger .Ianeva Wilson Dorothy Lee Thompson Frances Brown Jeannette Hebert Arjoree Cauthen Catherine Brewer Dorothy Ruth Blair Betty Barry Jane Miller jamie Winter HOWARD MCELROY . TRUETT HARRIS . BILLIE LATTNER MRS. CLOPTON . Senior Latin Club SPRING TERM OFFICERS FALL TERM . . . P1'r'xiJw1f . . . . HOWARD MCELROY . Vive-Presizlrni . . . EDWARD LAPERRUQUE SC'Cl'C'fdfJ1'Tl7'C'dS1lVCI' . . BILLIE LATTNER . . Sponsor . . . . MRS. CEOPTON MEMBERS Betty Jane Herndon Orlando Johnson Billie Lattner Lillian Grifhn Olivia Hartman Frances Bianchi Rufus McKnight Helen Yarborough Doris Young Mary Jo Turner Merlin Neff ANN MERRIWYETHER ALAN MYER,S . . PATRICIA FLETCHER MRS. CLOPTON . . Mary Allen Patricia Sue Bailes Patricia Fletcher William Griee Scan Hilger Sara Frances Kickirillo Anne Lester Madeline Marsman Alan Myers Truett Harris Kenneth Irish Jack Kern Fr-ed Gannon Janette Cruthers Louise Vollmer Dorothy Jane Swindell Hettie Ann Dougherty Joan Cass , Vivian Holland Clair Gannon jack Hagan Dorothy Ivy Isabelle Pool Marguerite Stealey Virginia Burke Carroll Goode Jerry Bell Karl Mendel Iunior Latin Club . . . . . . . . . . President . Vin'-Presidenl . . Sc'rrr'fur3I MEMBERS Janis Otts Oliver Pearson Jack Phelps Charles Lancaster Dorothy Tate Marjorie Skiles Catherine Canfield Virginia Ewing Charles Park Howard Marks Bobby Robinson Vera Linderman Mary Lee England Ann Merriwether Jimmie Cockran Lee Drake Bonnie Jean Albin Nancy Kimball . Sponsor Charlene Loftis Bill Elmore Edna Russ Helen Allen Nancy Hunter Mark Thiel Frances Overby Betty Jean Holson Emily Ann Moore 3 RALPH PHELPS TOM McELRoY MARGARET BIARD MABEL BALDWIN C. M. MORPHIS Marlyn Alcorn Louise Amrhein Ruth Bachman Mary Ruth Bartlett Peggy Beckett Margaret Biard Clyde Boyd orothy Browne Shirley Brown Rita Brosch Elizabeth Brunson Julia Burkholder Winston Byrum Dorothy Carroll Charleene Cochran Louise Compton Jean Counts Evelyn Crenshaw Milla Crotty Barbara Clarke Doris Jean Dalton Evelyn Dees Frances Drago Bobby Ellis l. S Allied Youth MEMBERS Mary Jo Ellis jerry Emrick john Russell Feeser Betty Gibson Martha Gibson Dorothy Green Lanair Grizzard Truett Harris Lenna Herkimer Will Arch Hood Robert Hood Carolyn Hummel Kenneth Irish Euella Marie Jones Jack C. Kern Verna Kirby Zillah Landers Edward Laperruque Thad McCormick James Massey Charlotte Mowat Tom McElroy James McNiel Martha Newman . . Prvsidcwzt . Vice-1'n'sidc'nt Secretary-Treusurer . . Sponsors Virginia Norton Marilyn Pedigo Ralph Phelps Walter Quillian Vestle Reed Ulrie Sanders .lane Schafer Annie Laurie Sears Betty Wayne Shields Elbert Slaughter Dorothy Jane Sneed Charlotte Sommers Skeen Staley Anna Faye Stuart Jimmie Thompson Marvine Thrasher Rosemary Tipton Rosemary Troth Clark Wakeheld Frances Weichsel Charlyne Wingfield Earle Watterworth Helen Yarbrough Euwix Rumiiieit . BYRON Cmiait . NIARJORII: Hmm jixivr, THOMPSON Ida jo Kersey Virginia Ewing Catherine Canfield Edna Buckley Miriam Cooley Margery Hilscher Kitty Douglas Marjorie Hummel Louise Amrhein Mary Jo Seo iiii 1 Helen Yarbrough Verna Krug I'l. . Iunior Red Cross MEMBERS C. Y. Fry Alerry Bell Byron Clark Mary xleanette Caruthers .lane Thompson Mary Jo Ellis Robelou McGuire Ruby Walker Mary jean johnson Alma Griffin Louise Compton Anna Faye Stuart . Presidcnf . Vic'z'-Pwsizfrnl . Sevrefary . Treaszzrer Chrissie Keddic Cynthia Warren Helen Scotland Arjoree Cauthen Mary Virginia Jones Catherine Brewer Marie Hilton Max MCCrary Vivian Smith Dorothy Lilliard Edwin Reddick Pan-Hmerican Student Forum GENEVIEVL BuNNr,TT ............. . President FRANCES HUNSUCZKIEIK . . Vim'-President MARION BENNETT . Secretary D1cR TURNER . . Treasurer Miss EDNA HINDE , ...... . Sponsor Genevieve Bennett Marion Bennett jean Cole Frances Hunsucker Betty Still Martha Shaw Martha johnson Mildred Sewell Freda James Doline Thompson Billy Miller National Convention 1937-Dallas State Convention 1938-Laredo MEMBERS Annie Laurie Sears Frances Franklin Doris Howard Bobbie Quillen Louise Amrhen Barbara Clarke Mary Ann Campbell Gertrude Crouch Helen Manner Hortencia Martinez Glenn Ava Nusbaum Patricia O'Brien john Feeser Bernard Geary Vincent Hagan Pat Mullarky Eddie Overbeck Harvey Thompson Dick Titley Dick Turner N1 1',, 11? GRAX'CE Fox . . KATE CHEST LR SMITH ANN C1-IAMBERLAIN Miss Muuxv urruiu . Emily Moore Nancy McFarland Doris Hart Louise Mathis Georgia Robinson ,. fgtx I M' ii i " ,V Girl Scouts . President . Vice-President . Serreiary . Sponsor MEMBERS Isabelle Pool Agnes Cohn janet Ott Billie Bristow Virginia McKnight Doris Timm Dorothy Strait Marjorie Skiles Florence Pedigo Lenders-Ruth I-lienz, Betty Ann Row PATTY ANN l,AGUl-. KA'rHizYN Fiiiugusoiv NWALTLR QUILLIAN . BriT'1'Y Lou WliS'l' . MRS. Bimimiioiw Mildred Back Marion Banister Frances Beaumont Mary Kathlyn Booher Jeanne Bouclen Agnes Cohn jane Cole Barbara Cramer Nancy Cullum Patty Ann Dague Hrt Club MEMBERS Ruth Elliott Katheryn Ferguson i.aVcrne Hancock Mary Joyce Holton Doris Hart Kenneth Irish Joyce Kraege Margaret Jo McGuire Robalou McGuire . Pl't'Xfdt'l'If . Vin'-Presidwzt . Svrrcfury . T was 11 rc' r . Sjmnsor' Marjorie McQuade jessmine Parker Florence Pedigo Wfalter Quillinn jackie Robinson Caroline Skidmore Wfillilyn Stapper Rosemary Tipton Zelma White FA LL 19 3 7 VIRGINIA MARRIO'I'T . LRONALD MOOR li CORRINE COLLINS ALBERT BRENNAN L. H. BAKER . Jeanne Allen Wilson Blackwell Helen Chambless Joanne Elmendorf Emogene Hamilton Dorothy Caven Dorothy Hiegert Marie Hilton Doris Howard Mary Ellen Haughton Howard Hunter Laura Mae Hunter Frances Hunsucker Virginia Jones Janis Traubel Betty Love Hortencia Martinez C. F. Mackey Marjorie Lifsey Dick Riddler ' QC! 'C.. Biology ub R513 . PVz'xizfl'nf . Viz'z'-Pravidenf . . Sf'r'r'1'fur'y . S1'r'g4'a11f-af-Arnzx . Sponsor' . MEMBERS SPRING 1938 DONALD MOORLI . TOMMY CHERRY . IRENE FIELD . JAMES CROW . L. H. BAKER Max Smith Jennie Sturm Jane Sykes John Roy Swenson Doris Timm Glenn Ava Nusbaum Frank Young Peggy Beckett Billie Snider Efhe Lou Mackey Gene Burlew Doris Jean Dalton Martha Heiser Nadine Mills Dorothy Lillard Winifred Miller Billy Oquin Clara Frances Ray James Bounds Jessmine Parker Rosemary Troth Dorothy Houston Milla Crotty George Bryan Norma Lynch Charlette Sommers Mary Kathlyn Booher Mary Smith Tom Carmody Nanearle Tuggle Juanita Heyen Shirley Kirby Ruby Hatfield Alfred McAdam Betty Lou West Mary Elizabeth Smith Dan Chambelin Harvey Thompson Bennie Alice WarI'iek Marjorie Grebein Maurine Currie Ida Bell Wilson Eleanor Greene Bill Keller Marie McLeod Marjorie O'Bierne Peggy Poe Merle Adair Billy Coursen James Cory Mary Ruth Burns Cecil Beaupre Garland England Helen O'Connor Ruth McQuade Vivian Smith Marjorie Schmitt Betty Cram .. , 4 ' Li' ' at . .ae s .I ' ., 54 'A he 121' -. ..- G ' 'f V V' ' ' 4 f + 5 s 3.4 I 1 Representatives ol Kodak Club FALL TERM North Dau-as Chapter SPRING TERM JOHN BROOKS . .... President . . . . . . JOHN BROOKS G. C. RORIE . . Vice-President . . HOWARD MCELROY BOBBIE SANSBURY . Secretary-Treasurer . . VESTA WARE MR. F. A. SMITH ...... Sponsor . . . .... MR. F. A. SMITH First Row: Billy Burden, Jean Strausburger, Bill Recd, William Smith, Marvine Thrasher, D'Wiley Campbell. Second Row: Markaleera Mathews, Fred Downs, Rodney Myers, Billy Swain, Edwin Holland, Verna Hopper, Jim Walvoord, Kitty Beth Douglas, Cecil Cameron, Betty Bruton, Eddie Overbeck, Dorothy Davis, David Kittrell, Jane Schafer, Jane Lawler, Earle Watterworth, Ben Ramey, Eldon Hill, Jane Clark, Ed Holman, Mary Evelyn Collins. Third Row: Leonard Donohue, Rosemary Tipton, Walter Kirk, Hazel Howard, Earl Wilson, Fayetta Gage, Lan- don Irwin, Bonnie Jo Autrey, Billy Learn, Elizabeth Llewellyn, Richard Turner, Joyce Kraege, William Stopple, Martha Weaver, Bob Robison, John H. Allen, David Hopkins, Howard Hunter, Jack McKee, Fred Gannon. Fourlh Row: Dorothy Mitchell, Ruth McQuade, Vestle Reed, Bernard Gary, Daryle Echols, Louise Compton, Robert Singleton, Lorraine Brunson, Rufus Pearce, Jerry Houghton, Roger Barton, Dorothy Carroll, Thomas Canty, Milla Crotty, Jack Isamingcr, Dick Titley, Robert Berkely, Garland England, Anna Faye Stuart, Rachel Mathis, Maurine Currie. Fifth Row: Billie Lucas, Dorothy Brown, Harland Morrison, Harry Hill, Ralph Phelps, Ed Monteith, Alma Lee Sessions, Billy Bowling, Ddiothy Green, Allen Black, Margaret Thomas, George Lake, Clyde Francis Storey, Gene Ledbetter, Marie Hilton, James Bowling, James Crow, Vincent Ahcarn, Roy Wilbanks, Jack Patillo, Claire Gannon. Sixlh Row: Mildred Sewell, Doris Timm, Rupert Jones, Bennie Alice Warrick, Jack Campbell, Mary Ruth Burns, Jack Armstrong, Berta Leavell, Gene Hewitt, Francis Whitely, James Thompson, Juanita Gardner, Marshal Genarlsky, Jeanette Rogers, Alfred McAdams, Harold Hooker, Thomas Cullum, Billy Brown, Manzeta May Davidson, Martha Thomas, Martha Jo Johnson. Seventh Row: Dick Riddler, Mary Ruth White, George Jones, Jack Cauthcn, Roland Porth, Cyril Wyche, Irene McCord, Billy Crawford, Helen Yarbaugh, Skecn Staley, Lady Perry McGinnis, Ed Telkamp, Jenny Compton, Clyde Beal, Maxine Johnson, Thad McCormick, Billy Barker, W. C. Roddick, Billy Miller, Kenneth Irish, Burton Crossen. Eighth Row: George Bryan, Walterine West, Ray Swift, Mary Jo Ellis, ,John Hathaway, Carl Baumgardner, W. S. Patrick, Deverle Lee, Ella Starnes, Jim Erwin, Willis Powell, Virginia Kurth, Charles Sagnibenc, Nita Vick, Peyton Ohlson, Estelle Benson, Homer Swindler, Peggy Angus, Charles Wilson, Billie Pope, S. S. Marshall. ov! FALL TERM SHIRLEY BROWN . CATHERINE ALEXANDER MARTHA GIBSON . VIRGINIA NORTON . BESS C. KELLER . Catherine Alexander Blanche Allen Mary Ann Bell Barbara Clark Dorothy Covey Milla Crotty Dorothy Davis Mary Jo Ellis Martha jo Fleeman Betty Gibson Olympiads OFFICERS . . Pr'1'xi:lc'nf . . Vim'-Prz'sizfr'11f . . Secretary . . T1'l'dX1Il'l'V . . S fm I7 so r MEMBERS Martha Gibson Frances Gordon Doris Hart Evelyn Jackson Irene Lynch Dorothy McGreW Thecla McMurry Lillie Morris Virginia Norton SPRING TER M . . IRENE LYNCH KATHLEEN O,BEIRNE MARTHA JOE FLEEMAN . . . JULIA SHAW , BEss C. KELLER Kathleen O'Beirne Patricia O'Brien Annie Laurie Sears Jane Schafer Martha Shaw Julia Shaw Rosemary Tipton Bonnie Jean Titley Frances Weichsel Not picfured: Shirley Brown and Nancy jean Cullum ,iw 1 ', 4. , X W GERTRUDE CROUCII JANE SYKIas . GENE HIRSCPIER . SUE RusT . . . MRS. MYRTUA. WH1'r141l.Y . Martha Kate Newman Jeanne Allen Mary Ellen Haughton Dorothy I-Iiegert Ellen Yates Mary Cameron Jeanne Smith Peggy Rinaman .L I Delphicm Literary Society MEMBERS Peggy Angus Helen O'Connor Jerry Emrick Esther Saville A Betty Love Joan Saville Mary Lucille Bergen Lavenia Gilmore . Prrwidrnt . Vin'-Prc'sicl'ent . Srcrefury . Trvaxzzrcr S pon sur Zelda Kreisseg Bobbie Quillen Bobbie Sansbury Phyllis Cass Lpcille Burford Clara Frances Ray Ulrie Sanders Frances Whiteley MEMBERS EARLE WATTl4.RW'L7R'l'H SAM NESBIT . . ALFRED MCADAM . JIM WALXVOORID KI. FRANK TURNER . Billy Ba.ker Frank Barrett Phil Baxter Albert Brennan Donald Dillon Fred Downs Bob Fleet DeWitt Gayle Landon Irwin Allen Leach Alfred McAdam Sam Nesbit X x .Xb Senior Hi Dick Riddler Milman Rochester Andrew Sidor Jack McKee Clark Wakefield Earle Watterworth Robert Ellis Jim Walvoord jimmy Levellyn M. W. Hall John Wallace Troy Sampley . P1'r'.vir1c"nf . Vin'-Prrsidcnf Sc'c1'c'1'a:'y- Treasurer S4'Ygfw1'1l-ai-A rms . . S jw'mo'r Russell Hayes Dnryle Echols Bob Foster Rufus Pearce Willis Powell David Kittrell Eddie Overbeek Robert Mullinnix Frederick Smith Jimmy Heitman Walton Wilson Jimmy O'C0nnor F 1' e n c h C 1 u b MARTHA KATE NEWMAN .... JOAN SAVILLE . . NANCY SHUMATE . CLELL CONRAD . Miss HELEN SANDEL Virginia Abbott Nina Lee Alexander Evelyn Beekman Mary Lou Cramer Bennie Cramer Mary M. Haynes Billie Helton Dorothy Jane Holland Jo Beth Hopson Mary Jean Johnson Frances Jones Ruthven Lane Ruth Loper Betty Jo Overt Doris Mae Shannon Charlotte Sommers Edwina Turner LaZelle Young George Davis Donald Johnson Richard Hoskins Lee Farrow Johnny Saville LaNell Adams Mary Bedeaux Mary Frances Carter Jean Counts Jean Greenman Virginia Isaminger Marjorie Kenny Jane O"Beirne Yvette Loe Winifred Perkins Julia Burkholder Alice Reed Elizabeth Reid Marjorie Schmitt Nancy Shumate Yronne Stegall LaVerne Williams John Allen Erwin Clark Allen Myers Dick Turner Emily Bower Dorothy Caroll Dorothy Green y ?WY"' Jil MEMBERS Gene Hirscher Evelyn Jones Betty Marr Margaret Rust Kate Chester Smith Mary Lou Brady Mary Barry Ann Chamberlain Aline Eagen Lenna Herkimer Lady Perry McGinnis Martha Kate Newman Florence Reaves Esther Saville Joan Saville Katherine Walsh Gilbert Greenman Betty Beutel Jane Clark Merthel Greenwell Josephine Hall Dorothy Hill Dorothy Lockhart . . Presiden t . Vi re- President . Secretary . T rms ure 1' S pirmsor Marian Nicoud Maebelle Robinson Jane Sykes Wilma Wharton Kay White Herold Dean George Dorman Robert Dorsey Paul Drown James Floyd Gordon Henson Robert Hood Charles Knutson Richard iMCBride Gene McGinty Wayne Robinson Rex Young Carolyn.Eagers Suzanne Freeman Mildred Green Margaret Joe McGuire Norma Jane Schindler Iva Mae Wideman Z 1" . Y lx Philotechnic Hrchitectural Society GARLAND ENGLAND .......... .... P resident MARSHALL GENARLSKY . . . . Vice-President RAY SCHUMACHER . . . Secretary-Treasurer ARTHUR HAMILTON . . Sergeant-at-Arms E. R. GREENMAN Vincent Ahern Jack Crowley Ben Curry james Davies Kitty Beth Douglas Clay Frost Gilbert Greenman Vincent Hagan MEMBERS Carl Happel Richard Horton Harold Jordan Arthur Kinard Sam Lewis Edwin Lindblum Bobby Norris Harold Newcomb HONORARY MEMBER George L. Dahl . . . S 17011501 Barbara Patrick Henry Pollard Bob Reddick Johnny Saville Roger Smith Joe G. White Jack Wootd Bobby Foster TOM MCELIKOX' JACK KERN BETTY GIBSON . S. STANLEY KNAPI' Jean Baird Mary Frances Carter Jimmie Cochran Hubert Drumwright Rose Laverne Gandy Bettie Gibson Martha Gibson Jean Greenman William Grice Billy Hardy Truett Harris Debate Club MEMBERS Olivia Hartman Frank Hopkin Doris Huffhines Frances Huffhines Jack C. Kern, Jr. Edward Laperruque Tom McElroy Rufus McKnight James McNiel Merlin Neff Jane Palmer . President . Vice-President . Srvrelary-Treaszzrrr S jmnso r Robert Park Ralph Phelps Kirk Relyea Bill Pravel Ben Ramsey Troy Sampley Lillian Skehot John Roy Swenson Janeva Wilson Laura Wilson During the year North Dallas has attended tournaments at Oklahoma City, Joinerville, Waco, Abilene, Wichita Falls, Corsicana, Denison, Houston, and at North Dallas. 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Jean Harrington Marilynne Jones Evelyn Jones Margaret Johnson Martha Johnson Frances Jones Chrissie Keddie Peggy Marie Key Hope Kraege Margaret Lindsley Louise Mathis Lucile Mientesanna Nance McFarland Dorothy Mueller Jaunell McCoy Lilly Morris Margaret Nash Virginia Norton Martha Neuman Flora O'Brion Margaret A. Orr Florence Pedigo Louise Pearson Hazel Parker Peggy Poe Jessmine Parker Marjorie Rayner Rosemary Rudy Mary L. Redmond Marguerite Staley Marjorie Schmidt Amy Nell Stults DORIS HART, DOROTHY HILL SUSAN CARTER BEss C. KELLER l Martha B. Smith Anna Sidor Betty Stell Margaret Spears Ethelyne Stokes Betty Shannon Mary O. Townsden Martha C. Thomas Willie Pearl Vaughn Jerry J. Vickery Lila Lee West Betty Lou West Josephine Walker Dot Walker Ruby M. Wellman Rosemary Wright Kay White Charleen Wingheld Marianne Wilson Josephine Worthington Rosine Worthington LaZelle Young Thelma Zuber Parent-Teoc:her's Association The North Dallas Parent-Teacher's Association extends greetings to the january and june graduating classes. THE EXECUTIVE BOARD President , Scwerzib Virt'-Presiclm! MRS. R. A. NORTON , MRS. E. R. SLAUGHTER ' ' , . I i ' '- - 'd ' ' 1 . ' , First VIN Pres, mi .L , -' T '-,Ji Rt't'0l'dlHlQ S0v1'c'Ia1'y MRS. E. E. MONTEITH . - -.'- -, 'dy , .. Q ' .. 'J MRS. ALICE GREFNXVELL Secoml Vice-Prcsidenf , EF, MRS- SAM NESBIT I C!1Vl'f'Sfl!Il1tllWKQ Sc'rrr'fary . . 1 Il' F 4. I . ' : Tlaira' Vlre-Prcszdeni ' , ' 'fxfvlag-qw' MRS' BILLY HAUGHTON . A I, N5 Q-' - MRS. EARL CULLUM 'v .2 - V ,ly - V' I - 1" . A' -. I r T1'c'as11rr'r FOIIYIID Vifl'-P7'6'Sl!1'B71f "qi V J . fp' - 'A i' MIQS. DEWITT GAYLE MRS. M. GRIZZARD U , I .--',-, i' .h-""' . . A f, l - , ' wyg-f:'f""ig:ygvsm'! ,fi-'fg ' fif' 5,.:.WQ J5,'i Hfsforlan Flflh l up Pmwdmf 'I' MRS. W. R. HUNTER MRS. KITTY KENNEM ER ' 'sfifgaggggiifawgwiiggyc.g,Is.gf'yf,,ff,.v ' "-stiff, l'F'g fjafg-'Tata-'.:g:f,,f' . . :'.:'f'-Z's.jf:r fLF.."-" A " . - Sixfb V1f'r'-Prcdtlalerzt "h-Mf-'famf- "9" Parl1au1f'nfa1'1az1 MRS. T. K. PIERCE MRS. NORMAN G. HARDY Dr'lc'galr'x fo Dallas Cify Cozmcil of Parwafx anal Tearbers Gf'l7!'l'lll Srrfiolz MRS. M. J. CARROLL MR. HOMER DANIEL High 8611001 Svriion MRS. L. B. RUST MRS. PAUL SRIIJMoRIa Azzclifor MRS. ELLA G. BIGBEE ACTIVITIES Awards fldalf Erlurafion S15 0.00 Scholarship Life Membership National Honor Society Pins Scholastic Awards Book Reviews Addresses by Outstanding Speakers Night Community Meeting Study Group Red Cross Class Social Morning Coffee Honoring Faculty hmmm and Freshmen Mothers Paid Assembly Teachers Luncheon Senior Classes Entertained Banquet and Midnight Show for Football Squad Dances Chaperoned able in the library. Carnival Book Reviews Game Tournament Dance for Music Department Denison Football Excursion School publications assisted, school grounds beautihed, Subscriptions to National Pawn!- Teacber Magazine, joseph Artmank Magazine, Chararfffr, and magazine on art. These are avail- ? . S HWHRDS CITY, DISTRICT AND REGIONAL CHAMPIONS IN DEBATE BEN RAMEY RALPH PHELP NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Humorous Declamation Extemporaneous Speech Debate . JEAN BAIRD FRANCES HUFFHINES BETTY GIBSON Ianuary Beginners DICK FERGUSON -Second Individual Place DICK FERGUSON SALLIE LEIBSON -Second Team Place First Year GASTON SHUMATE -First Individual Place Second Year LILLIAN GRIFFIN --Third Place WENDELLA GREEN . RANSOM KENNY . ALINE EAGEN . . DECLAMATION EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING DEBATE ENGLISH ESSAY CONTEST JESSMINE PARKER LATIN TOURNAMENT North Texas District April 2, 193 8 Third Term ORLAND JOHNSON DOROTHY JEAN SWINDELL -Third Team Place Second Year AUBREY BRISTER -First Individual Place AUBREY BRISTER J. W. MANCUM -First Team Place ESSAY WINNERS . TRUETT HARRIS . BILL HARDY BEN RAMEY BILL HARDY RALPH PHELPS TOM MCELROY JACK KERN TOM MCELROY City and' District LAURA WILSON Fourth Year BEN RAMEY -Second Place BEN RAMEY BILLIE LATTNER -Second Team Place Third Year ' Fourth Year LILLIAN SKREHOT BEN RAMEY -Second Place -First Place FRENCH DEPARTMENT Third Yrar 1937 . . . . . . . . Second Year 1937 WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY AWARD .j? 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Firxf Plafnon C0111 7lIlll1tll'V Scwzmf Plafoon Comnzamlcv Crmzjmvzy Com Hltllltlfl' E,Yl't'Ilfil'I' Oj'il'l'l' . First Plafoon Co 711 1m1m1'f'r Sammi Plaloon Crzuznmmfvr Company Company B - 1 . 2',:. . ., 5 . ROBERT SEAY WALTER WASKOM . JOSEPH BIBBY RICHARD HORTON EDWARD HOLMAN CHARLES WILSON . CLAIR GANNON BOB ROBISON Com pan y tjfHlIIl1L1l1Ll6'l' . EXI'l'llfil'I'cJgil'l'I' . Firsf Pluloon CU'NIHI1lI1tlt'l' Svmnd Platoon Com Iazrznrlvr Company Colazrazurzflw' . EA'I't'lfII'il'l' Ofjffw' . . lfirxf Pltlllflllfl Cr: 111 Il1dl'Itlt'!' S!'L'0l7ll I'l4Ifom1 KTUIIIIIILIIIKIUI' Company Company D D. WILEY CAMPBELL . CURTIS LUCAS GEORGE GRIFFIN . Bon OLIVER THOMAS LITTLEPAGE RUIfUs MCKNIGHT . EDWARD GRUBE . EUGENE DOBBS Company E Comjmny Commumlvr . . FRANR S. BARRETT E,X'l'f'Ilfil't' Ojicw' . . EDWARD HOGAN Firxz' Plafomz Commamlw' PAUL DROWN Szfmnd PI!1I4001ICOHIIIICIPIIIIW' . . ROBERT NORRIS Band Bam! Inslrzzflor . C. M. O'NhAL Banff C0l7IU1KllIllt'l' HAIKRY HIL1. Ii.x'f'r11fi1'1' Ojlirvr . Rufus P11f3Rc1-. Ifirsf Pfafoon Cunzmamlvr . THOMAS CULLUM Svmml I'luf0o11 CllIl1llIdfItll'l' . JACK ISAMINGl:li Drum Major ................ WALTER KIRK n I .!fJQIiff2s?,:f?i.v,'i'Sf '71'r:,"iZqL9,3t -5 ,,,'H,,E-'13i'5.i5,:1:,",.':.v 'Z' Jrffw '- 1 'ig , v sf' I A .gf 9.2 ,, 1, X , 24 5, 2.-'llfiyiwf f f " ' 'wmmne-ffi.'1-wffr-magma fi?-.. if ag is at 1 , I., ,,,,A so M , stee l l f ' at I FOOTBHLL LETTERMEN HARVEY BAILEY, Left Guam'-Injured in an accident at the first of the year . . . excellent defensive man . . a Brst year man... as tough on the field as his rogues' gallery namesake. . . a senior. JAMES QBuddyJ MCKEE, Tackle--Played hard football all season.. . defensive quarterback ...switched to center for the Woodrow game to save his bad ankles for backing up the line on the defense . . . two-year letterman . . . a senior. EARLE QBubbaJ WATTERWORTH, Eml--Started season as a back . . . played a wonderful game against Highland Park . . . on hospital list for a while . . . first year man . . . a senior. Bova FLEET, Halfback-Hard luck man of the team ...opens up holes for the ball carrier and is a wonderful defensive line backer...that man that all the ladies line up in the hall to watch . . . a two-year letterman and has another year. EARL AUSTIN, Half--The best kicker in the city and probably in the state. . . not only smart on the field, but also in school... made the official All-City. Really started carrying the ball in the Highland Park game . . . a two- year letterman and has another year. BILLY BARKER, End-Shifted from guard . . .never let a ball carrier around his end with any interference in front of him . . . played his best game when he bottled up one side of the Adamson backfield . . . senior. SREEN STALEY, Guard-Took Barker's guard when Billy was placed on an end. "Sugar leg" of the squad . . . a senior, although only fifteen years old . . . first year man. LANDON CRedj IRWIN, Halfbark.-One of the hardest blockers and tacltlers on the squad . . .always played very hard . . . tackled with his head . . . has another year. ANDREW SIDOR, Elm'-Dislocated his elbow in thc Denison game. . . always played hard football . . . good defensive man and pass catcher . . . senior. ROBERT MIME, Fullliuvk-Great line smasher . . . came along fast as a first year man.. . always had a lemon near at hand during the football season. . .has another year. 1 . x ATV FOOTBHLL LETTERMEN DICK BOND'-'WHS too slow for the squad this year, so he was the worthy manager. Always kept the things in order. C. R. JOHNSTON, Halfhaclz-That little fellow who outran everything on the football held.. .great ability to follow his interference . . . made faces at the Highlanders, but it clidn't help much . . . a senior. CLAUDE MCCUTCHEON, Quarlerbarle, Co-Captain--Always played hard football and took it seriously...won- derful blocker and defensive halfbaclt . . . completed many of the opponents' passes for them . . . a senior, JIM WALVOORD, Tackle'-Called "Baby jim" because of his sweet face . . . the big fellow who treats 'em rough- ordered out of football by his doctor because of a had elbow . , . a senior, RUSSELL BENNETT, Emi-Best pass receiver on the squad . . . good defensive man . . . doesn't come to school on Monday . , . first. year man . . .has another year. FRED PECK, Eflrf-Good defensive man. . .plowed up the Denison turf with his head . . . out part of the season due to illness. . . made a game attempt to fill the shoes of his brother . . . a senior. ALLAN BLACK, Cvulm'-Sub for O'Beirne who made it double tough on Allan because he played sixty minutes in almost every game . . . doesn't throw curves . . . stutters to the referee when substituting, but settles down when play- ing . . . a senior. R. E. CFreshmanj MCKINNEY, Tarklf'-Given the honor of co-captain by the lettcrmen because of his steady playing this year.. . prettiest boy on the team . . . two-year letterman . . . a senior. No! in Piflllrrxr JACK OiBI2IRNI:, Crnlrr'-Sixty-minute man.. . good defensive man . . . threw curves . . . good talker on the Held .. two-year letterman . . . 21 senior Cnot picturedl. DAVID BLNAVIDEZ, End-Gets la ers' oats b rattlin off strinvs of S anish at them . ..cau ht several asses A IJ Y g y is is P s P which put the team in scoring position . . . First year man and has another year Knot picturedj. I Squad ll ba l O0 F 37 19 SN GJ -4 N in, Barker, and St St et, Au 2 I-I-4 , Patrick, A: .D U5 2 .af -CI .2 od v? 2 -Q QC .Q 4: .2 QC If eu TE P cu C1 Q PQ M, U .2 Q si Q an -N V4 A --N LT-1 Qi -cz E .r: U CH O U -o s: GS .5 3 :- P11 J J-3 GJ CI CI cu CQ J 1 G! LD cu. 3-4 o E -M u N EE .6 B L4 P11 vf .E SX Q3 Z1 CS an C. O S4 4U E C1 U C. O U3 ': 3-4 N LD C, O 4-I VJ CI .-CI O li Qi SZ 5-4 .2 EQ O Bond, fond row: Ta W Kinney, Baxter, Wilson, U 2 3 bd U 2 C. O O -C U 4-2 3 U U 2 'S 5-4 -Lx n, Bal C0 amil orth, Sidor, Clark, H W ch Anderson, Watter 02 Row: C i .-4 'Ex QC I-,C ..- .-. --4 3 2 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE North Dallas . . . . 0 Longview . . . North Dallas . 12 Arlington Heights . North Dallas . 14 Sunset . . North Dallas . 12 Denison . . North Dallas . 12 Adamson . North Dallas . 0 Forest . . North Dallas . 12 Tech . . . North Dallas 7 Highland Park , North Dallas O Woodrow Wilscn . Q 1937 Football Review The North Dallas football team of 1937 nearly repeated the performance of the team last year. This time it was runner-up in the championship race, winning second place. A very powerful football machine was built up from a green squad of players, with only four lettermen returning. It took a lot of practice, great spirit, and determination by the boys to uphold the prestige of North Dallas in football again this year. Coach Anderson and Coach Hyde certainly have started off with a bang with their two football teams, first a championship title and now the runner-up to that title this year. Much credit is due to these coaches who have worked so hard with the team. The Bulldogs won three of their nine-game schedule and tied in three of their games. lt lost to State Champions Longview, Woodrow Wilson, and Denison. On Armistice Day, North Dallas spoiled the perfect record of Highland Park by tying them seven to seven. North Dallas com- pletely outclassed their opponents. In the final game of the season, North Dallas was defeated by Woodrow Wilson for the City Championship. The Bulldogs just couldn't break past Woodrow after they got inside of their opponents' twenty-yard line. Basketball The basketball team did very well this year. It finished in a tie with Sunset for third place for the whole season. Captain Billy Learn earned the honor of high-point man in the city race. The team was formed around Learn, Irwin, Bennett, Wyfzltt, Sidor, Austin, and Nesbit. Golf Mr. Witnieyerls golf team is doing much better than it did last year. The team is expected to Hnish about fourth in the city race. The team this year consists of jack Isamimger, John Hilscher, Frank Crowley, and Dan Carson. i ., ,, .- ,m W K Na 'rl' X, . Track After taking second place in track last year, this ycar's team was also runner-up in the city meet. Mr. Hyde had seventy-five boys out for track this year. The crack relay team won the trophy for first place at the Fort Wortli Stock Show Meet. The team had Eye lettermen returning: Austin, Johnston, Wrlkeheld, Learn, and Garrison. All of these lettered again this year. Johnston took first in two events and second in another in the City Meet to win thirteen points for North Dallas and also to take high-point honors. Staley, a first year man, also lettered. Tennis Having tied last year with Woodrow' for the championship, Mr. Delanyls team hoped to finish high this year, but unfortunately finished last. Homer Swindler was the only returning letterman. The team was Swindler, Saville, Shipman, Crotty, Cass, and Thomas. l Baseball Brownie Fulton has high hopes for this year's club. He has nine let crmen returning. Al- though lacking in experienced pitchers, all other positions are capably fillet. The returning letter- men are Hampton, Burden, Shehane, AI. McKee, Buddy McKee, Black, Benn del, McCutCheon, and Hall. J 'Or' Q Cheedeaders Taj: row: Billy Miller, Sue Rust, Alfred McAdams. Boflom row: jerry Emrick and Helen O,Connor. Nm' 111 11i1'f111'1': T. Chapman. ln recognition of our own wit and wisdom, we, the Vilcing Stall: ol: l938, do hereby dedicate this section to ourselves. House Mo-tlarr: "Young man, we turn out the lights here at l0:30." Freshman! "Gee, that'll be swell!" o The young civil engineer was watching the dedication of the bridge which he had designed, his first business since graduation. just as the ribbon was cut, the center span slowly turned over and disappeared beneath the rushing waters. The young man took one look and shouted: "Great Scott! I've mis- placed a decimal point!" Mrs.: "That's certainly a funny story, but be sure Junior doesn't hear you tell it." Mr.: "Humph! He's the one who told it to me!" The world's greatest satirist was the guy who designed the Silent Sphinx and took a Woman for his model. "There's no emotion in his feet when he dances." "What do you mean?" 1 "They refuse to be moved." o "She was only a mariner's daughter, but she certainly knew her swells." Ioan: "jim seems to have the air of a Man About Town." lane: "Maybe so, but he's got the bank actount of a Man About Down." o ClI11dZll'flIl' Qto a woman who should have left train at last stopj: "Lady, aren't you going too far?" I Lady Qwho has just decided to take off her hatj: "Sir! ! " 5. Love Sick. Matron fflirtatiouslyj: "Doc- tor, dear, your kind treatment has touched my heart." Doctor fviciouslyj: "I thought I put that shot in your arm." o EPITAPH So here she lies, Take heed, you guys- This girl once known as Katie. She drove her car, Through gates ajar, To heaven-doing eighty. PERSEVERANCE A thousand years a poor man watched Before. the gate of Paradise: And While one little nap he snatched It ope'd and shut. Ah, was he wise? Ulric Sanders: "What a gorgeous moon." Eddie Overbeck: "Yeh, I was just think- ing-a perfect night for spearing eels." First Sailor: "Say, bo, when I hit the beach, all the girls in town get out their lip sticks." Second Seaman: "And the cops their nightsticksf' A LOSING PROPOSITION Petronfus: "Inform thy mistress, slave, that Petronius must work late tonight and can't take her to the opera." Slave: "But, sire, Madame Petronius is given to dire wrath on such occasions and I fear to lose my head." Pefronius: "Fair enough! You lose your head and I'll meet the blonde and lose my heart!" 1' if p " ' ' h gags in QHEY! mos" HURRV DOWN AND HAvE some MORE OF moss GOOD Pncwnss FINISHED. We Have Your Negatives I on File ' STUDIOS 11022 ELM STREET, DALLAS THE BRIDEGROOM Will you take this woman For your lawful wedded wife? Will you honor and obey her Throughout your natural life? Will you let her drive your car? Will you give her all your money, Go to parties every night? Will you always call her honey? Will you support her mother, Father and her brothers, Uncles, aunts, cousins, And half dozen others? He gazed queerly at the parson, Then he gave his head a tilt, And hopelessly he raised his eyes, And weakly said, "I wilt". She: "The Eskimos are a sad race.' If: "How's that?" She: "All they do is sit around and eat whale meat and Blubberf' ABSENT-MINDED The nurse entered the professor's room and said softly. "It's a boy, sirf, The professor looked up from his desk. "Well," he said, "what does he want?" Young girl Cwatching pole vaulterj: "Think how much higher he could go if he didn't have to carry that stickf' The sweet young thing entered the office of the fashionable dog keeper and tripped up to the handsome young man at the desk. "I want a pet," she cooed. "I'd love to," he answered sadly, "but the boss is awfully strict." WISH A LA POSTCARD! Dear Son: This is the cliff from which the Spartans threw defective children. Wish you were here. Love, DAD. Friendly Service Prompt Delivery Quality Is oz Troo7zlz'on ..dl MOORE' GROCERY Phone for Food "IT'S THE BETTER WAY" 1 4310 Lemmon Avenue Phone 5-4171 Congratulations . . And best wishes for success in the new life you are now entering. We always have a few booklets made just for you graduates. Stop in any time and ask for Dale Carnegieis ul-low to Get Ahead" or other stimulating reading. gfverts on the box adds muck to the gf' but nothing to the cost Arthur A. Everts Co. Jewelers 1616 Main Street, Dallas , Gill: 1'-ng 'Ha vwmiiw All xi , . an fgaflei QQ .A ,. it P -' ,iff 1" ,l ,' 'E ' "V , N-l ,. ,L ' if ,U AE . gf 1 ? ay flfilzu' A 'f ar af , ' - , 1. 5" vj 'i,g.,.,,-- T. K. PIERCE Cfficial Food Store Grocery and Market 5-4155 4447McKinney 5-4155 LULLABY Papa Moses shot a skunk, Mama Moses fried a hunk, Baby Moses ate a chunk, Holy Moses how it stunk! Batteries and New SL Used Tires Accessories 'rife Repalfing Free Road Service A. C. THOMAS' Gulf Service Station and Garage REGISTERED LUBRICATION 4030 Cedar Springs and Throckmorron Phone 5-0290 'WI-IITTLE MUSIC CO. TKZHITTLE, :rmnmcnusac 1213 Elm St. DALLAS A very inquisitive young man asked his mother whether college boys would go to heaven. She replied in the affirmative, but they Wouldn't like it. Visitor: "How many instructors work at this institution of learning?" Pupil: "About one-third of themf, Have you heard of the little Scotch boy who killed his parents so he could attend the Orphanls Picnic? o foe: "I want to change my name, your honor? A judge: "What is your name?" foe: "Joe Stinks." judge: "I don't blame you, what do you Want to change it to?,' Ice: "Charlie," ' Kiss me, darling, kiss me, Hold me very tightg I want to get in practice For my date tomorrow night. o METERS AND LETTERS There are letters of accent There are meters of tone, But the best way to meter, Is to meter alone. There are meters of accent, There are letters of tone, But the best way to letter Is to letter alone. o Of all the "give me a sentence with the Word" 'okes we've heard, we ive the rize l 8 P to the lad who put elfervcscent and fiddle: stick in one sentence. He said, "EHervescent enough covers on the bed your fiddlestick outf' fgs, ,, , ,W ,,,,, ,,,7,,7,--,, .W , -,A, ,, Cole mm' Luke!! rug 0. S. CASTLEN SCHOOL SUPPLIES SANDWICHES COSMETICS Bu11dOg Headquarters CANDIES SODA Across from North Dallas High School PIES Phone 5-5431 Phone 5-5 43 I ded the first performance of his new lay. It was not a success. P At the end of the last act, a lady seated immediately behind the unhappy playwright tapped him on the shoulder and, placing something in his hand, remarked: "I recog- nized you when you came in and cut off a An author atten Y lock of your hair. ou may have it back!" o Tragic Cop: "I'm sorry, but I've got to tag your car. You know what that means." Sweet young lla ing: "Certainly. Now I chase some one else and tag him, and then he's it." She was only the but she sure knew Marriage is an love. Love is blind. institution for the drill-sergeant's daughter, her "close formations." institution. Marriage is Therefore marriage is an blind. College Passenger: "Which end of the bus do you want me to get off?" Conductor: "Both ends stop." I saw you with another man last night. You looked smooth, but I was hurt to see the way you clung to him so tightly. I saw him muss you up. I could not bear to look. After all, you're the only tux I have. Mrs. X: "Does your husband talk in his sleep?" Mrs. Y: "No, and it's terribly' exasperat- ing. He just grins." "Now, what,s the most you ever weighed?" the doctor asked the co-ed. "One hundred and twenty poundsf' she replied. "And the least?" "Five pounds, six ounces." W. D. DOWNS C. L. DICKERSON A. F. SHANNON Dallas Plumbing Company Plumbing nnd Heating Contractors Fixtures - Supplies - Repairs We Invite You to Visit Our New Showrooms and Oflices 9.49.5-17 McKinney Avenue at Fairmount , , , Hoare and Lawn Faraz'5lzz'f1g5 L J SHARP HARDWARE Paint, Glass GENERAL REPAIRS E.ftabl1ifl1eflI92I l "Dallas' Most Compfefe Hardware Store" l 4105 Oak Lawn Phone 5-2181 HEARTS ARE TRUMPS Last night I held a little hand So dainty and so neat I thought my heart would surely burst So wildly did it beat. No other hand e'er held so tight Could greater gladness bring Than the one I held last night, It was- Four Aces and a King. Coquettish C0-ed: "How do you like my new hat?" Cadet Qabsentlyj: "Fine! But you have a run in one." "What kind of work is your sister's boy- friend engaged in, Willie?" "I think he prints free theatre tickets." "You think he prints free theatre tickets? What ever gave you such an idea?" "Well, I heard Sis say he was always mak- ing passes." THRIFTY An old lady who was about to die told her niece to bury her in her black silk dress but to cut the back out and make herself a dress. "Oh, Aunt Mary," said the niece, "I don't want to do that. When you and Uncle Charlie walk up the golden stairs, I don't want people to see you without any back in your dress," to which the old lady replied- "They won't be looking at me. I buried your Uncle Charlie without his pantsf' The easiest way for a fellow to raise him- self in the estimation of a queen is with a little jack. I think that I shall never see A "D" as lovely as a "B"- A "B" whose rounded form is pressed Upon the records of the blessed. A "Dv comes easily--and yet It isn't to forget: "D's" are made by fools like me, But only God could make a UB". IN THE LATER YEARS if you chance to look through this book . . this will remind you . . many stores will havecomeand gone, but Kahn"s will still be here . . because Kahnis fair and friendly K 8 way of doing business has 8, M ahh' K 0-. kept Kahn's since 1872, will MAIN AND ELM AT LAMAR carry Kahn's far into the future ! , Com plimenfs of Morris Sales Co. 3921 Cedar Springs Phone 5-2742 Complimenis of Chesney Jewelry Shop 25,000 Watc'bes Repaired 3857 Cedar Springs at Reagan 4505, 0 9' I q,M B Q- TLA: A REMEMBER- BROWN BARBER SHOP For Gooei Service H. C. BROWN, Proprietor Phone S-3 620 3908 Cedar Springs Little jack Cleaners CLEANERS AND HATTERS 3922-A Cedar Springs Phone 5-0397 Compliments of PHILLIPS-TAYLOR Five Cents to One Dollar Store 4109 Oak Lawn The courtroom was crowded. Tensions crackled through the air. The prosecution had their man on the stand and were doing their best to frighten a confession out of him. The poor defendant was being tried for murder and it didn't look as if he had a chance. He sank lower and lower into the depths of the witness chair, attempting to avoid the gesticulating lawyer who shouted at him. Finally, the district attorney decided he had his man at the breaking point. "We've got the goods on you," he screamed, wag- ging his large first in the defendant's face. "Come on, now, talk turkeyf, He was right. The defendant jumped to his feet, his face, his entire body depicting the agony of a cornered man. He could stand it no longer. "Cobble, go-bble!', he shrieked. To the old-fashioned girl: Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever. To the co-ed: Be good, sweet maid, and let who will. Be clever. o Father was standing at the edge of the cliff admiring the sea below, the sandwiches clutched in his hand. His son approached him and tugged at his coat. "Mother says it isn't safe theref' said the boy. "And you,re either to come away or else give me the sandwiches!" o There was a young lady named Ginter, Who married a man in the winter, The man's name was Wood, And now-as they should, The Woods have a cute little splinter. L. G. BALFCIUR CCI. COMPLETE JEWELRY SERVICE WATCHES - DIAMONDS -- GIFTS Specializing in Class Rings, Pins and Club Insignzas 1705 -A Elm Street JOHNNY CLINGINGSMITH, Manager A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins to blame somebody else. o The ability to speak several languages is valuable, but the ability to keep your mouth shut in one language is priceless. 0 Why does Swiss Cheese have all the holes when Limburger needs the ventilation so bad? o Mother: "Son, I don't want to see you go- ing around with that wild girl any more." Son: "Aw, heck, Ma, she ain't wildg any- body can pet her." O Pop Myers: "I will not begin today's lec- ture until the room settles down." Anti-Allied Youth Student: "Go on home and sleep it off, old man." Q Father: "Where are you going daughter?" Daughter: Down stairs to get some ice water." Father: "In your nightgown?" Daughter: "No, in a pitcher!" An Englishman was seeing some high school dancing for the first time. I-Ie seemed greatly impressed, and after a lengthy pause, inquired of his guide, "I say, my dear chap- pie, they marry afterwards don't they?" o I DON'T My mother told me not to smoke-I don't. Or listen to a dirty joke-I don't. She told me it was wrong to think of taking any kind of drink-I don't. Some boys like girls and wine and song-I don't. I kiss no girls, not even oneg In fact, I don't know how its done. You think I do not have much fun. I don't! O HIS STORY Lawyer: "Then you admit that you struck the plaintiff with malice aforethought?" Defendant, indignantly: "You can't mix me up like that. I've told you twice I hit him with a brick, and on purpose. There was no mallets nor nothin' of the kind about it -just plain brick like any gentleman would use." IN SCHOOL TODAY! Business Men and Women of Tomorrow! ,-. While making these forward steps let Lang's Serve your flower wants, to make the world just a bit brighter and more cheerful. E h 41 h a "wg res an fragrant flowers are t us guarantee . , . 1 'i g THE SERVICE is BETTER C7'lre 'LOWER and THE COST NO MORE Clbllf lWfflfI1.WfF0J7i FLOQIJ' T -FLOWERS BY WIRE' Flowers wired anywhere on abort n ottce '2",5g1ggg Sf- 1 oowofm OFGL4 Only the best artists are employed as Designers by Lang's. A Q 36' A I i -q il v K , , , IN ' . l , Z, , A , , PROMPT, FREE DELIVERY ,Qedufy SERVICE u I -05 ,- cgpeczalzsts 5 9 B e 71 I I e r a . , J! gi Nma Mays Beauty Salon PRESCRIPTIONS SELECTIVE BEAUTY SERVICE FOR THE INDIVIDUAL FEATURED HERE 2847 North Henderson Phone 8-9521 WE GIVE YOU SERVICE 3408 Oak Lawn Avenue In Rear Oak Lawn Laundry james: "Papa, I ain't got no butter." Papa: "john, ccrrect your brotherf' Iobn flooking over into James' platej: "Yes, you is, too!" Marriage is an institution, Marrige is love. Love is blind. Therefore marriage is an in- stitution forr the blind. ' 0 Sbe fangrilyj: "It's my hair isn't it?" He fdrylyj: "The material is, but the color's not." Frosb Qin a barber shopj : "Say, how long do I have to wait for a shave?" Barber Qafter a close lookj: "About six months to a year." He: "I'm an English majorf, Sbe: "Oh, I just adore military men." First Baseball Player: "You didn't do so well with that millionaire's daughter, hey?" Second Baseball Player: "Terrible-no hits, no runs, no heiress." to Overheard at the American Bar Associa tion meeting: "The law business is terrible in St. Louis. I think I'1l take all my witnesses and move out of townf' 0 MY CLOCK On my wall I have a little clock All it says is tick, tock, Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock, Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock, Ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, Ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto, ditto. o Little Williels mother had just seen him put his thumb to his nose and wiggle his lingers at his little playmates. "Willie!" she cried, "what do you mean by doing such a thing?" "Don't worry, mother," said Willi-2. "They know what I mean." Comple 6 Food ro action Newest Achievement of Science See Our 1938 Model Refrigerators FOR FREE TRIAL . . . EASY TERMS Call at Our Display Robm i CITY ICE DELIVERY COMPANY 2828 North Haskell ' Compliments of TIM AKER Lemmon and 'McKinney-24-Hour Service WE MAKE 90 PER CENT FHA LOANS J. M. Wiltcox 84 Co. LUMBER Cole and Knox Phone 5 -4191 "Why don't you use the other straw?" "This one's not empty yet!" For people who do not believe in Darwin's theory of evolution, perhaps the following incident is particularly enlightening. It seems a biologist was attempting to train a monkey to play ball, but was having no suc- cess whatsoeverg so he decided to leave it alone with a bat, ball and glove and then spy on the little fellow through the keyhole of his laboratory door. Having locked the monk in with his toys, our friend tiptoed back to the door and peered through the keyhole. To his embarrassment he found himself staring into a little brown eye! The haughty senior girl sniffed disdain- fully as the tiny freshman cut in. "And just why did you have to cut in when I was dancing?" she inquired nastily. The freshman hung his head with shame. "I'm sorry, ma'am,', he said, "but I'm work- ing my way through college and your part- ner was waving a five dollar bill at mef' o "Dear Clara," wrote the young man, "pardon me, but I'm getting so forgetful. I proposed to you last night, but really for- got whether you said yes or no." "Dear Will," she replied by note. "So glad to hear from you. I knew I had said no to somebody last night but had forgotten who it was." Teacher: "Now, Tom, hold your head up and shoulders back-youid like to have a fine carriage when you are a man, wouldn't you?" Tom: "Well, I'd rather have an automo- bile." Compliments of NORTH DALLAS SERVICE ' The choice J No1'tl9Dallm "RADIO JDE" McKinney at Hall 5- S963 STATION Sales and Service TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE Expert Repuiying Haskell and McKinney Phone 5-6700 ALTERATIIIJNS REPAIRINE CLEANING . . . DYEINE "JOLLY EIIIDD CLEAN ERS" Phone 5-7187 Coats Relined 3524 McKinney Avenue I? 9 Compliments of ETROPOLITA Comjzliments of Shelb Street Beaut Sho Cleaning 6? Dyeing Co., lnc. I Y Y P M . I H , P ' f We Olberale Our Own Plant RS SLA UDSON mpne or 2710 Sh lb S Ph 1 5-9456 3920 Cedar Springs Phone 5-0066 6 y Meet one "Your honor," complained an irate wo- man, "this no-account husband of mine drinks." "Quite right, your honor," interrupted the husband. "I do. But that woman do'n't treat me right. Why, I pawns the kitchen stove to get a little money an' she don't miss it for two weeks!" 0 "I've been cheated!" stormed an irate guest at a resort hotel. "You said there was a beautiful View for miles and miles from my room." "So there is, mister, so there is," soothed the hotel owner. "Just stick your' head out the window and look up!" o "Would you like to join our football team?" "I don't know enough about the game to play, but I'm willing to referee." "Congratulations, Mr. Jones," said a friend. "I understand your oldest son is a model boy." Mr. Jones looked a bit sour. "Yes," he acknowledged, "but he's not a working model." o "Yes sir," said young Harry Strange, "I've planned just how I'll become a successful lawyer and die weighted down with money and honors. Why, I've written my own epitaph: 'Here lies Harry, Who Lived and Died an Honest Lawyer'.,' "Some epitaph!" sniffed a listener. "They won't even know what your name was!" "Sure they will!" retorted Harry. "When they read it-they'll say, 'That's Strangel' " O "It's better to have lunched and lost, than never to have lunched at all," said the young lady as she grasped the ocean liner's rail. Compliments of I Anderson Furniture Co. l "Dallm' Oldest Furniture Stare" 1101 Elm --9 Since 1897 For Convenience and Service GO TO ABBOTTS BARBER SHOP North Dallas Hi gh COMPLIMENTS OF Cowser Lumber Company Good Lumber Since 1876 Anything to 16 X 16 - 40 32 Different Species Phone 4-7101 Phone 4-7101 ..- , Y , -Y 5 Y,,,,D,.. J. 5-7801 Phones 5-0320 GRQCERY AND MARKET WHITE SUPER sERVIcE WASHING - LUBRICATING -- POLISHING 3119 North Haskell Tire Repairing - Batteries Road Service-Cars Called for and Delivered "Fight 'Em Bulldogs" Mom' Tun UP-B k 5 ' I.. A. WHITE 3901 C d Sp g -- -ee AVA LAW N FUR STORAGE We Make C'f21fL'1'l'd BIllf0TIS of All Sizex HEMSTITCHING . . . PICOTING . . . PLEATING Cedar Springs and Throckmorton Phone 5-3800 ' I ' Y V ' ' Y 7 R.O.T.C. HEADQUARTERS . . , D 'E2,'fJ5E,,...t CARR 01-L 5 05Lth?3g Dallas' Only Military Store 1603 ELM Professor: "You missed my class yesterday, didn't you?" Unsubdued Student: "Not in the least, sir, not in the leastf' "I can't marry him, Mother, he's an athe- ist, and doesn't believe in hell." "Marry him, my dear, and between us we'll convince him hels wrong." Senior: "What's the time?" Fish: "Now?', He had been arrested for being drunk and disorderly, and when he was being charged at the police station, the local sergeant asked him: "Can you read and write?" "I can write, not read." "Write your name, then," said the ser- geant. The prisoner took the pencil and scrawled huge letters on the page. "What is that you've written?" demand- ed the puzzled sergeant. "I don't know,', replied the prisoner. "I told you I cant' read." Golfer Cunbalanced by some afternoon drinksj to opponent: "Sir, I wish you clear- ly to understand that I resent your inter- ference with my game. Tilt the green once more and I chuck the match." At a party in England, the head-master of the local school felt that he had partaken rather freely of the champagne, he deter- mined to be careful and avoid showing any of the usual signs of tipsiness. When they arose from the table, someone suggested that the hostess exhibit "the latest addition to the family." She agreed and the nurse appeared with a dainty pink basket containing twins. The headmaster was near- est and mindful of his determination, he steadied himself and said as he gazed into the basket, "My what a beautiful babyll' Twenty-five Years in Dallas 3620 North Fitzhugh PARIS CLEANERS AND DYERS Inc. Phone 5-2712 If It's Cleamzble, We Are Dependable Call- THE HOOVER COMPANY 3509 Oak Lawn-5-4183 for Authorized Sales and St-wife by Farlory Trained Men QUALITY EU U NTS 9 l ASHIBUIQN S ICE CIQEAM 3 ALWAYS GOOD A Phone 5-3321 Knox Street n ' l .E , .-,- f- , aata Fe eauty Shop 1016 Santa Fe Bldg. Phone 2-4646 Phone for Specials on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday MRS. DOROTHY BIBBY, Proprietor Compliments of Van Winkle's The Southl- Finest Book Store 1 S 1 5 ELM STREET "We're like one big happy family," beamed the landlady as the new boarder took his chair, "and we want our guests to have a real interest in their home." "Yeah," muttered an old timer, "and if the rent goes any higher we'll furnish the principal plus the interest." jake Reiebenstein: "Gee, I had the most enlightening dream last night. I had just died, and first I went to Heaven, and after I had seen that, I went to Hades, and then I woke up." Bystanrler: "Which place did you like better?" I. R.: "Well, Heaven was awfully pretty, and they might even have given me wings, but as for seeing one's friends .... " One Guy: "Did you mark the place where the fishing was so good?" Another Guy: "Yes, I put an X on the side of the boat." First Guy: "That's silly. What if we should get another boat?" SWING IT I'm swingin' high I'm swingin' low Boy, how I swing Nobody knows. I'll keep on swingin, Till I die I know I shouldn't have Killed that guy. An after dinner speaker is a fellow who eats a meal he doesn't want so he can get up and tell a lot of jokes he doesn't remem- ber to a group of people who have already heard them. Sergeant Qduring a war gamej: "Private Hourja, don't you realize you are exposing yourself to an imaginary enemy only 250 yards away?', Private: "That's all right, Sergeant Bjones, I'm standing behind an imaginary rock 25 feet high." T. P. ROBINSON Radio Service 2712 North Henderson Dallas, Texas Over 11 Years in Dallas "Your Patronage Our Success 5 Your Satisfaction Our Guarantee" Phone 3-45 55 TROTI-I GROCERY AND MARKET Fruits ana' Vegetables Phones: 5-3137, 5-3138 3225 Knox Street VIRGIL L. PICKARD CLEANING COMPANY 5-7321 3211 Knox Street 7 -4- 7 1 I 1 Compliments of VICKERY PARK GROCERY AND MARKET 3012 North Henderson Phone 8-9171 Bobbin was the type of man who would never admit to being in the wrong, says an English paper. "I remember," he said one day at the club, "I remember when I was in Africa, staying at a little place called Buenos Aires-" "Pardon mef' interrupted his fellow- member, Biggin, "but Buenos Aires is the capital of the Argentine Republic." "Nonsense!" shouted Bobbin, always in the right. Biggin produced a map from his pocket. "There you are,', he said, "Look for your- selff, Bobbin gave one look at the atlas and then sniffed: "You can't fool me," he cried. "That's last year's." Compliments of DICK AND DON SERVICE STATION 3814 McKinney Phone 58-4531 At social whirl and giddy pace The bed-bug makes a dour face, Because he's in an awful plight If people don't come home at night. Letter to son at college: "P.S.: I would have enclosed that check you asked for but I didn't think of it until I had sealed the letter. Love, Dad.', A dentist whose surname was Moss Fell in love with a charming Miss Ross But he held in abhorrence Her Christian name Florence So he called her his sweet dental Floss. , Q I zlkmsm 'Ae 1717 Wood Street .... DALLAS, TEXAS ' APPRECIATE THE FINE CO-OPERATION GIVEN US IN THE PRODUCTION OF TI-IESE HIGH SCHOOL tflfzmml 11- rt." Compliments of PATRICIA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE PATSY ALLEN, Proprietor 3115 North Haskell Phone 5-0239 In Front of North Dallas Hi Compliments of JEFF SIM'S SERVICE STATION WASH OR GREASE 50C T-P Gasoline and Motor Oil Cole and Haskell Phone 5-0372 Maiher: "Jimmy, did you get that loaf of bread I sent you for?" jimmy: "No, mother, the store was closed." Mother: "What? Closed at this hour of the day?" jimmy: "Sure, there was a sign on the door that said "Home Baking!" Frosh: "Transfer, please." Conductor: "Where to?" Frosh: "Can't tell you. It's a surprise party." What a fool she is! Spends hours getting her hat on straight- but lets her gums get flabby. That's the girl,in the advertisement. But not my girl. "Do you like short skirts, Mike?,' "Naw, they get lipstick on my shoit when I dance with them." She sticks her hat on crooked-the more crooked it is the better she likes it. And nobody can say she has never heard of pink toothbrush. She went into a drug store and tried to buy o-ne. "Drink," said the Irish preacher, "is the greatest curse of the country. It makes you quarrel with your neighbor. It makes you shoot at your landlord, and it makes you miss him." A NEW ANGLE Absence makes the mark grow rounder. In sincere appreciation of the patronage and friendship of the , entire student body and faculty of the Dallas High Schools for g.,' 3 the past fifteen years. - American Beaut Cover Co. 2000-08 ORANGE STREET The Gower on this Qook was Qroduced in this Qlant I f ...I . 6113 H", y , I a . l 1. he fm W. 1 Y Y W Y Compliments of ELKINS TEXACO Servieenter Oak Lawn at Rawlins Phone 5-7500 FINE SHOE REBUILDING SHOE FINDINGS FOOT TROUBLES ELIMINATED SHOE HOSPITAL HalEQ,,FZ'E'z55?iE 3 919 Cedar Springs Road Phone 5 -0177 Mary had a little lamp, She filled it with benzineg She went to light her little lamp, And hasn't since benzine. Prompt Service NORTH DALLAS PHARMACY 5 -41 O3 McKinney and Hall Dallas, Texas COURTESY PASS ---9614 are Our ClQ7elcome Quest Wee Saint Andrews Golf Course 1500 North Beckley Phone 6-0215 Weekdays: ISC until 7:00 P.M.g 25C after 7:00 P.M. Sundays and Holidays: ISC until 3:00 P.M.g Zfc after 3:00 P.M. One-half mile of lighted fairways: America's largest and Hnest Miniature Golf Course: situated in the coolest and most beautiful spot in Dallas. JUNIOR Late at night when I retire, Keep of pro is my desire. Though I never cracked a book, Let me pass by hook or crook. SENIOR As I lull myself to sleep I count sheepskins but not sheep. When commencement comes about Let me not be left without. Rebbie Steger Dress Shop ' "Smurf Clothes for Less" Where School Girls, as well as Mothers, Find Such Lovely Clothes AT MODERATE PRICES ALWAYS - When downtown stop in at STEGERCARPENTER Always Something New to Show You Both Shops Welcome You 3416 Oak Lawn Avenue Phone 5-4918 -,.9 , FRESHMAN Instead of sleeping every night, I study 'cause Ilm not so bright, Worn to a shadow I may be, But let me pass this chemistry. SOPI-IOIVIORE Now I lay me down to sleep With lots of textbooks at my feet. When I awaken in the morn, Please let some knowledge have been born. PORTER T. BENNETT -.?. I ?, Superior A Service 4112 Oak Lawn Avenue Dallas, Texas "A Discriminating Service for ' I Parfieular Cusforrzersv Phone S-2135 ve 1 K . 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