North Side High School - Lasso Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1938
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NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY EIGHT
PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF NORTH SIDE HIGH SCHOOL
FORT WCRTI-I TEXAS
RUTH MURPHREE MISS JACKSON AVA MARIE HAMM MR. McDANIEL
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BERNADI NE THOMPSON
MR. F. L. G. HURLEY Speakers fable af sales banque+
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GLIMPSES INTO THE LIFE OF DR. HELBING
Lafe in fhe ninefeenfh cenfury on fhe sixfeenfh of Decem-
, ber, Dr. Hugh V. Helbing was born in Pimerville, Ohio. His
family moved fo Bonham. Texas, where he finished high school,
gy I, X and where he held his firsf job, fhaf of sfreef-car conducfor.
, X ITF y He firsf affended college in Valparaiso, Indiana. Lafer he
K Ni Elo worlced his way fhrough The American Medical School in Sf.
3? KF ix :fy Louis, firsf by wrapping bundles in a deparfmenf sfore and
?f ' XYQNTIT, I if fhen by working af nighf wifh fhe Terminal Railroad Associa-
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W e fion: he graduafed in I908.
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X , An accidenf puf him fo bed for a year. He fell from a
derriclc while working on a well and susfained a brolcen leg.
Q M, ,,, The injury was so severe fhaf fhe docfors advised an ampufa-
,gg ' fion, buf his fafher, who was also a docfor, refused, and so
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i r In '909 he Came IO FOVI WOIIII and esla 'S e 'mse 'n
, rjffQf?'Z ,--- fhe pracfice of medicine, which he has confinued here since
Il fhaf fime. Dr. Helbing gof off fo a good sfarf by faking a
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wrfe eerly rrr his eereer- Afler e year S wur+Shrrr he married
,I f Agnes lvlagoffin on November I6, I9IO. They have fhree sons,
ll Hugh V., Elmer, and Leslie, all graduafes of Norfh Side.
f Abouf I9I4. while medical examiner for an insurance com-
ii'iieff EPSTIT:-TiI LV- pany, Dr. Helbing made his calls on a moforcycle because he
ff'-TRI 'rhoughf his horse and buggy foo slow.
y ..-' , lf For many years he has faken a prominenf parf' in civic af-
X .. fairs. He has been a boosfer for Forf Worfh and especially
.,r.ersfsfsreas:2 -"- 'sie . .
T X. for Norfh Side. Wifh fhe complefion of fhe new Norfh Side
3 ,ITT Senior High School building, one of his mosl' cherished proiecfs
Dr. Helbing has many hobbies, as golf, pigeons, rabbifs,
boafs, goldfish, and aquariums. Fond of dogs. he has always
I' ,..... : had one in his home.
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Long recognized as one oT The besT high schools in The SouTh-
wesT, NorTh Side now has a physical planT in lceeping wiTh The
Tine spiriT oT iTs sTudenT body and The superior Type oT Training
ThaT iT oTTers. ln recogniTion oT his unTiring eTTorTs and inTeresT
in obTaining This beauTiTul and commodious new building Tor The
boys and girls oT NorTh ForT WorTh, The Lasso sTaTT proudly dedi-
caTes This, The T938 yearbook, To Dr. l-l. V. l-lelbing. Dr. l-lelbing
has been a member oT The Board oT EducaTion Tor The pasT six
years and was recenTly elecTed Tor anoTher six-year Term. l-le
belongs To The NorTh ForT WorTh Kiwanis Club, oT which he was
presidenT in l929, The FirsT PresbyTerian Church, The American
Medical AssociaTion, and The Masonic Lodge.
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As we enler The building, Mr.
Wyall greels us wilh a smile . . .
Slarling on a lour of inspeclion,
we find several rooms of especial
inleresl . . . The well-slroclced, well-
lighlred library has walls of lcnoHy
pine . . . In Jrhe melal and wood
shops we find up-To-dale machin-
ery humming . . .
Girls in lhe sewing room sludy
various lcinds of malerials and
fashion lhem info allraclive gar-
menTs . . . STudenTs and Teachers
in The cOrridOr glance wiTh pride
aT The many large Trophies in The
case . . . FuTure sTenOgraphers
waTch Their copy-nOT The lceys
. . . Boys are lured inTO The COOlc-
ing classes by The connely appear'
ance OT The girl cOOlcs-Or perhaps
by The ThOughTs OT TOOd . . . ln
The science labOraTOry boys and
gifls puzzle Over The analysis OT
"unknowns" . . . POrTraiTs, carTOOns
and designs adorn The arT room.
W. M. GREEN
Sl1ff01'i11fz'111fr11l of lforl II'for'fb Pulzlif' Srlwonfx
W. A. MEACHAM J. O. ANDREWS
High Sffaool S111n'r'ir1lw1zfc'11I Dflllllly SltfliffillfI'II4IU11f
MW- t ,As
MISS LIZZIE EPPLER
O. D. WYATT
MRS. KATHERINE PEARCE
L. L. McCOMBS
H ERMAN CLARK
M RS. GLADYCE
S. LOUISE MCCLANE
T. F. REEVES
Suplm nz n rr Spa flxur
H. B. BROUS
LENA BEC K
SGT WILLIAM CHERRY
R. O, T, C.
GWEN DOLYN HOWELL
Girl Ruxurw Sjmnmr
C. W. MU RPH REE
MRS. PAULINE HOWARD
TuuSIgrm1 S0071 mr
LILA MAE HARWELL
Low Senior and Nalional
Honor Sociely Sponsor
CLARA AGNES DEEN
Lalin Club Sponsor
A LUCILE Amos
Lariaf and Junior Sponsor
MAYH EW MANTOR
OTSIE V. BETTS
Pen and lnlc Club Sponsor
MRS. H. C. WALLENBERG
June Senior Sponsor
Spanish Club and
Mid-Terrn Senior Sponsor
BESS FLO POPE
H. R. MCDANIEL
Phi Della Psi Sponsor
MARGARET BU RFORD
LOIS DEEN BAILEY
DAN C. ALANIS
M RS. GRACE POU LTER
In Memory of Our Friend
Imogene . . . Barlon . . . Nina . . . Bobbie and Joyce hurry lo game lcoulcl Huey be
+ruclcing?l . . . Omega lrowns for ine cameraman . . . Cookie and Doris, mosl popular
Sophomore couple . . . Wnal's lnal, Raymond? . . . Billy . . . Ray . . . Loraine loolcs
sludious . . . Belly Lou and Nina . . . wliall again? . ..
ALlCE MARIE SHANNON-Lasso
ANN WIGGINS-Dancer and popular
RAYMOND SCRIBNER-Sophomore Class
CHARLES HUMBLE-Assembly II Presidenf
ARREL ROBERTS-Sophomore Foolball
LEXIE DELL McDANlEL-Secrelary of
ETTA BELLE WRIGHT-Vice-Presiclenl of
BOBBI E STU BBS-Drum Maior
Tl-IE SOP!-IOMORE CLASS
is Jrhe largesr in The hislory of
Jrhe school, and irs members
are overflowing wilh energy.
Having missed lhe sobering
influence of Fish Day, Jrhey
feel rhar already Jrhey are
The mosl imporlanl class in
school. Being Jrhe firsr io have
rhe privilege ol spending
rhree years in rhe new builcl-
ing, lhey should be a marvel-
ous senior class alrer anolher
year. ll's up To you, sophs.
KENNETH ADMIRE J D ALBIN F M ALEXANDER ARNOLD LESLIE BAKER JOLETA BECK ROBERT WILSOP
LUDA PEARL BETTES
ROSE ANN BOOTH
JOHN L. COOK
JACK DALRYM PLE
MARION FRANCES DAVIS
BILLIE RUTH DEARING
THELMA FAY ELLIS
CATHOLINE MAY FINCH
BILLY ROY FOWLER
A. C. FRICKE
T. J. GRIFFITH
BETTY JANE HAGOOD
LILY BETH HAMILTON
DORIS FERN HAMM
ALMA MAE HARDIN
MARY ANN HOLT
ERMA LEA HOLTZCLAW
BILLIE BEA JACKSON
MARY ELIZABETH JONES
ROY CHARLES JONES
MARY FRANCES LARSON
MARY ANN MASSEY
DORIS MAULDIN "Km
EASTON McCLU RE
SHIRLEY RUTH McKITHAN
ALVA ANN McKNIGHT
JOHN CHARLES MILNER
BETTY JANE MOORE
J. N. MULLINS
M. J. OWENS
C. B. PRI
FAY PRAYTO R
ELIZABETH PRIDDY '
VELMA LEE RATLIFF
B. F. RICHARDSON
H. C. ROBERTS
BETTY LOU SCHICK
ALICE MARIE SHANNON
JOHNNIE RUTH STOKES
O. L. VANN
J. B. VAUGHAN
W. M. WAITS
MARY MARIE WAKEMAN
I IIRAM WELBORN
J. L. WANN
TIIELIJA FAYE WILLIAMS
ETTA BELLE WRIGHT
Sludious . . . Ready,
aim, life . . . Evelyn
Freda and Lucile . . .
Wind blown . . . Ava
goes in for a lillle
serious work . ..
friend . . . Ben and
Sam . . . guess who
we couldnur . . . So
wl1a+ . . . lajre lo as-
sembly . . .Clarence
and Gail . . .
All pupils musl eal
lunch In lhe lunch-
room . . . Mickey
meolilales . . . Cann-
pus prellies . . .
James Enloe . ..
James anol Wesley
...Douglas . ..
Clarence cloes some
experirnenling . . .
Dorolhy and Bobbie
gol info wrong panel
-we're sorry . . .
Lunch over . . . Jay
Ed, Nick ancl Gloria
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EVELYN BIRDWELL WAYNE BARNETT
ELOUISE BOOTH DUGAN BAXTER
ALIENE BRIDGES LUCILE BOSTICK ELOISE BELLAH
"Gusxle lrf' "Cilc" "Kal"
IMOGENE BROOKSHIRE JAMES BOSWELL FRANK BETTES
"Ima" "Pinky" "I-'ilrbu
DARLEEN BRUSH BETTY BROWN MILDRED BOSWELL ' '
"Darling" "Clmbl15" , "Lay l.uy"
JACQUELYN BUCKALEW EDGAR BROWN T. A. BRAMLETT
"lurk" "Bouts" "Sluts"
JOHNNIE CARD ROY BURKLOW HELEN BROWN
"Iobn!' "Sl1rif'c" "Szz'4'vt"
LOIS CARGILL BETTY BURNS MOSELLE BROWN
"AH-Starr" "BL-ily Bump" "Dall"
BILLIE CARPENTER DOUGLAS BURNS
RUTH CARPENTER LOWELL BURTON
LORETTA CA RTM ELL
MARY FRANCES CLARK
CHARLES CONWAY PAULINE CLEMENT
KATE COOKE RAYMOND CLIVER
CHARLES CROWLEY BETTY COOPER MAVINEE COBB
"Spu'kx" "R1lxIy" "Vvr111s"
MARGARET CRUNK AVA LOU COPELAND VERNA COLLINS
"Margo" "Pouxfie" "Vm'11u"
LAWRENCE DAVIS INEZ CUNNINGHAM S. L. CROSS
"Cop Ditrbzfrn "Dippy,' "Frf'r1vLvir"
LEE ELLA DAVIS BARBARA JEAN DAVIS DOROTHY LEE CROSSON
"Half-Pint" "B, I." "Dal"
RAYMOND DODD MARGARET DAVIS BARTON DAVIS
"F0glror11" f'Mr1ggic',' "Shar Pnlislru
MABEL DOTSON ROBERT DAVIS BILLIE RAE DAVIS
"ToolxiL',' "Clvub" "Perf"
BILLY DREXEL VIRGINIA DAVIS
WARREN DUNNAM ALLENE DEVENPORT
"Lilflz' Brull11'r" "Blondie"
BENNY DU PREE
NoRMm1 'ELoRY THOIXIQEYEERGUSON
NELLPIPEIIZEE GAMBLE ALVAVNIHEULLER ROGER RIELDER
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Cm EMILY QREATHOUSECW JAcIgV WEIRQON Ilpyll CONFRSADUERAKES
AVA 'IAARIEHAMM MMI CLAIIDEHHAILEY WYNEILL ?I.ASS
H Kllyl ,,"x R OBIERT ,ITIANNA Rf MARTHA IZIALE W INA fIyIAE,gsRAHAM
M NAN HARP SI 7"I, W MARY KATHERINE HATE!
AL HARRIS DOROTHY HALL
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NELL HATCH ETT
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DUDLEJY IHODGKINS BETTE, JOIQHAYNES
M GEOBEIA H066 IMI! ylyll DORI5, HEADLAND
EVELXFI ,HOWARD U MARIS? IHOLLEMANIHA WINEIBON YHENSON
N GOLQILE HULSEY U 3 MARSJEAREI HOLLEY HHH DORIFSTHODGES
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I LERA BESS LASATER CULA KNOX
ELVI RA LO PEZ
SAM MARTIN BETTIE MALLICOTE
"Pr:'avlJer Sam" "l'ulriuia"
ANNIE MAE MATTHEWS LOUIS MARCELL
"Fuul1i4' .IIm"' "I'orabmlfaS"
LA DEANE MCGREW HELEN MATTHEWS MARTHA MARKS
"Df'aue" "Ibm" "Burrirfc."
EDNA McMURTREY JOHN MATZNER BEN MARTIN
"Mrs, MrMnrIrey" "Muffy" "l!uHIz'r"
LELLA MONTGOMERY WILMA MICHALSKI MARY LOIS MCCARLEY
"1.lAInU "W'lfIx" "Lum"
C. E. MOORE RAY MILLER BILL MCCONNELL
"Kill" "Ray" "Willie"
GENEVIVE NICKS JACK MORGAN PAULINE MITCHELL
"Sis" "Rell" "Bruv:y"
MARY LOUISE NICKS RUTH MURPHREE BURNISE MONTGOMERY
"Tour" "Lefty" "Hun"
FRANCES NOON COLLEEN MURPHY
BILLY NULL BETTY NEAL
ELSI E O'DELL
ELLA MAE PRESSLEY 'ROSALIE PHILLIPS
WAYNE PRESSLY LOUISE POWELL
BILLIE JEAN RENO MILDRED PRIDDY VERA PREHODITCH
"IViIIi4lH1" "AfiIIie" "Cl1liz"'
RUTH RENSHAW JAMES PRIDEMORE ALVETA PRESSLEY
"WOIf,' "Chill" "VHA"
BETTY ROBINSON MARGARET REYNOLDS BETTY SUE REED
"j.,.1iw' "Pm" Hsfffy Bmw
VIRGINIA ROUNDTREE LILLIE MAE RICHTER MURIEL REESE
"Ginger" "LiI1i1"' "Trz!vIeV'
JIMMIE SAXON EDWARD ROUTH KATHRYNE ROACH
"jim" "Info" "S!mrfy',
J. E. SHIELDS MARGIE SANDSBERRY WITT ROBERTS
"Srmpy" ".Ifu1'gv" "SIMS"
BERT SHOTWELL GLORIA SARGENT
MIDGET SKIDMORE CLARENCE SAWEY
BEATRICE STORY GEORGE SOUTH
ILA PEARL STROTHER BOBBY STEELE
DELBERT TULLOUS CLIFTON TANNAHILL STANFORD STEELE
'Tlobou "Cliff" "Rr'IfI'
ELSIE VACKER GLADYS VERNE TAYLOR MARY LOUISE ST. JOHN
"1iIIwIlfu" "Sun-1' Suv" "janv"
CARLTON WADE BILL VANCE ALLEN THOMPSON
"Ila11Ilmrm"' "CulIw1" "VrfI1Sr'aIJ,'
JEANNE WALKER LA VERNE VESTAL FLORENE THOMPSON
"lan" "7'rwgiI-" "PN WMU
RUTH WINGATE VIRGINIA WALKER ELAINE VINSON
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PAUL WOFFORD DOROTHY WARREN ELEANOR VOIGHT
"Sonny" "Dui" "EI111r'r"
JOHANNA WOLLNER ELOISE WILKERSON
LA VERNE WUNEBURGER BAXTER WILSON
"Pom-lm"' "B. B. IV."
WILLIE FAYE YOUNGER
Reading of Senior Will-Fam-
ily: Cleo lvlarlalf, Jimmie Moni-
lorl, lvlargie Shook, and Alline
Gardner. Charles Couriney,
lawyer, and Dorolhy Dean Wil-
Bar-room scene in Shooling ol
Trucking number in College
l-lelen Owens, J. W. Jones, and
Madame Earline Beck reads
prophecy To Theo Eubank, La
Verne Gardner, and Doris Fer-
Speakers' lable al The midlerm
The Three Slooges, Guy, Chaun-
cey, and Ernie wilh Carl Kelley,
Scene from Senior Play
Senior Day luncheon
Bill and Jolwnny
La Deane and Buddy al
MonHor+ and Com-
Foo, Foo, and Foo
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Paul and Farmer
Don'l' look now, buf--
Too small +o classify
JACK M URPHY
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Girl Reserve Presidenl Girls' Scholarship Winner EdllOl' Lasso
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February Senior Class
Assembly I Presidenl
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Presiclenl' Lafin and
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GUY EULA HUKEL
and All-Slaie Quarlerbacli
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DICK TARVIN SAM OZEE DONDENA BLAYLOCK JUNE REDDY
"Hi,giu1g." "Au, ffm Wulf." "Yi'i1lI, kill, Lfomuil "Oli, l'1l' gf! lbs bm!
Pres. Feb. Class V. Pres. Feb. Class X"H'f' f0"'f-D "'l'f' U01-H
Tennis, Pres. N. Assoc Foolball, Baseball, Sec' FSP' Class Reporler Feb' Class
pres- QOH Club N. ASSOC' Tau Signma V. Pres. Pan Am. Forum
V. Pres. Spanish
Plni Della Psi
WESLEY CLEVELAND CHARLES COURTNEY BERNICE HALE MARGIE SHOOK H. G. STEPHENSON
"W'i"ii' guflil gm' fmun' "Yi'ufi, I rlnnzirgr llwru ullf' "ww-11, l'm rm! xiWiNg." "lIu1'1' 3'0u5z'z'r1 Alli111'?" "Chnl: xlirkxf'
"""""""lKl'-" V. Pres. June Class Rec. Sec. June Class Cor. Sec. June Class Reporler June Class
pres' June Class Mgr. Foolball and Pan. Am. Forum Phi Della Psi. Laiin, Larial
Foolball' N' ASSOC- Baskelball G. R., Tau Sigma, Pan' Am. Forum
Baseball, Larial, Tennis Tau Sigma, G. A.A.
N. Assoc., Tau Sigma Sr. Play
MISS VERA ROGERS
February Class Sponsor
4 . ,, .
MRS. H. C.
June Class Sponsor
"I i1n11'I fclmn'.'A
Treas. June Cla!
Pres. G. R., Tua Sii
Tennis, Pres. Flomi
Pan Am. Forun
G. A. A., Camel
S E N I O R S
J. C.ADAMS NEWTON ADDINGTON BETTY AKINS GENEVA ALLEN
"Aifi1mx' my11u1l11', I xllpjlmr' "II1'IIn." "Off, llmf ix ilu' i'l1l1'.iI Iflillgf' "I'm guillg lo gr! flulrrivrl.
you knuir yours."
RICHARD ALLEN BEVERLY ANDERSON DOROTHY ANDERSON
"Tlvrou'iIir1lln'vz',boy!" "Or do IPI' "W'liei'r's Br1l1bir?',
I-Ii-Y, Baseball, Foofball
GWENDOLYN APPERSON BILL ARNETT GENE ASHMORE FREDA BAILEY
"Mull'IIl1ri11g me if I "My, gunilrli'xK," "III'r'k, j'4'ufv."' ".II1Iilri'iI iiuil lf"
"fI1I'if" 'U-" Track, I-Ii-Y FooIbaII, Baseball
"N" Assoc., Tennis Rep.
OPAL BAKER MARY BALENTINE JAMES BALTHROP
"I b:'trLvu.,' "lu Dalia: Mvvlin und I-" "lfnxI vrnurx Lnflllz' Ill:-11
BERNICE BARLES DAYMON BARLOW WILLIAMYBARNES LEE ED BARNETT
"Lz't's gn xvr Mr. Grew." "Not mc, Mr. Muuforf' "Girlx, bali." "VII lulcv you in zuylrifk-1111
Q G. A. A. Lafin Rifle and Saber
EUNICE BEAM LAFAE BEAM LILLIAN BENEFIEL
"Migly1'W lg,mu'11i1," "L'fr-17115,lluflixlwl, kid-" "Will, Ja 1.-Il."
Tau Siqma Lafin, Camera
MARGIE BEARD BENNIE BEARDEN EARLINE BECK DOROTHY BELL
"Fine us ri frog's hair." "Girls, Gunrgv is mining in "Oli, llu1I's prc'riouxJ" "W'1'll,i1uiu'f my fault.
'MY 1'f'k'L""l-" G. A. A., G. R. G. A. A., G. R.
Pres. Tau Sigma Tau Sigma
ROY BELLAMY GUY BERGER DORTHEA BILBREY
UAW, llihllwv fW1"'l""l Ufflbifl'-'I Surf' bud u gwul lime in "Tlu1l': ri-goI11',girl.i."
Pres. Della Psi POIJ' Iliff Ui.iIbf-H Pres, A, Aq Tau Sigma
Pres. Pan Am. Forum Pan, Am, Forum
Pres. Spanish, Camera, Latin, QOH
LORENE BLACK CURTIS BLAIR DORSEY BLAIR ROBERT BOREN
"Aw, foo." "Tbal's uiluzt you ilviukf' "Fun nn you" "Will, I rr-rkn11 xo."
Tau Siqma,SpanisI1, Bicycle Baseball, Baslcelball
ROSALIE BROCK MELVIN BROWN HAROLD BROWNING
"Aw, gee, y0uilnu'fmcu11il,' "An',g1'r." 4 "I prefrr bluuilz's."
Tau Sigma, G. R,
JOHN BURKE FLGRA JEANNE BURKETT GEORGE BURNS EVELYN BUSSEY
"My gocul11esvJ" "Will I nmkr A, III'r.IIIuulur?" "Nu I zlo11'l lzuau' "Air, Iiriirrzellfl
Tau Sigma Bicycle, Spanish, Tau Sigma Gnu-if Allen." G. A. A., Tau Sigma
Pan Am, Forum, G. R. Sr. Play, Sporls, G.
Pan Am. Forum
S. E. CAMPBELL KATHERINE CASTEEL AM PARO CASTILLO
"Oh, gully!" "Boy1liJ1 bam' ri good lime "Skip il, I'1l u'ri11' you ri
last nigblf' lcllcru
HENRY CAREY JOHNNIE CARPENTER CECIL MAE CHAPMAN MARY LOUISE CHAPMAN
"Dnu'l uxfc mcg nil: Climilf' "Haw ynu wru Mu1gare1?" My 11 m'il."' "Ill Ya?"
Pan Am. Forum, Lasso
Archery, D. A. R.
J. R. CHEEK MARGUERITE CLAGETT CLAUDE CLEMENTS
"Hi yu, mm-iff?" "rm, 1 .Iwi I-W." "1 ima- .1 .lug i-filla-fm." I
Home Ec., Rifle Spanish
DOROTHY COKER MELVIN COOPER BILL CRAWFORD LUCILLE CRAWFORD I
"S'r1ml,I1'L'1'k11rl." "Grr'aI ,qnI1xuf1miiI." "I.4'f'vIn1z'i:1ii1'11ii'." "Ili, fwfr!"
Tennis, Phi Delia Psi, FooIbaII, Baslceiball, G, RH G, A, Au Tennis
Golf, Pan Am. Forum, Basebali, Lasso Glee Club. Horseback
Spanish V. Pres, of Low Srs. Home EC., Bicycle
V. Pres. Sfudenf Body
MARGARET CREED OLEN CULLUN LOUISE CUNNINGHAM
"Surf Muff?" "Arr, xboof' "Hr gum 11111.55 M." '
RAY CUNNINGHAM GUY DALRYMPLE DELAND DAVIDSON BILLY RUTH DAVIS
"Il Jovi 11i2Ei1ukfw1uy 'Yin 'f "l'II Iwi." WY "Surf, I Iifzr In run." Y 'Ulf I 11rl'i'i1I1ujjIiII1Iu
iliffvrf'mv." Lariat HLYN Track mr11i'Il1Al1yulmnfllulff'
Tau Sigma, Library,
HERMAN DAVIS INEZ DAVIS JUANITA DAVIS
"l'II mlm' mv rrmfr1v'iw'Iz'." "IIN: xu'r'II," "Ruj'u11iI I null,"
V I Tennis, GR., Tau Siqma
G. A. A., Afhlefic
"I 6411117 ifmugfrf :MMIII
G. A. A., Horseback,
NICK DEAR MARY LOU DEARING GEORGE DENT
"Ru11,qb,I1rlz'u1l." "Itz1m'xr1'l 1ua1I1'r." "TulwfrI1 wilb il."
Spanish, Tau Sigma, G. R.
Pan Am. Forum
DOROTHY FAYE DORRIS CLIFF DOYAL LUE ELLEN DUKE
, I ra11'li'nm'i'f1!rnfr'." "W'ru11il111ig I'lI mhz' il." "WvII,gi1Is?"
G. R., Tau Sigma, Camera Tau Sigma. Sporfs
G. A. A., Horseback
VELETA DUNAWAY ROY DUNCAN VERDA LEE DYE BUFORD EAVES
"My gosh, Rnmliuf' "You Jiri?" "Oh, Imyfu "okay, Iel'x go."
MAX EDDLEMAN RUTH ELDER TOM ELLICH
"I.:'l'xj1nl on Hai' fred Img." "III-Im, lmI1,Iwl:." "Yo1xlz'II me something."
Ed, of Lasso
Head YaII Leader
Secf. SIu. Body
Sed. Low Seniors,
Tau Sigma, Phi Delfa Psi,
D. A. R., G. R., Tennis,
G. A. A., Spanish,
Pan Am. Forum
CARL ELLIS JACKIE ELLIS ELBERT EMERSON THEO EUBANK
"Aw, slml ull." "IIf'I:m'r'x Allianz?" "You rraula nun! rrlial I got?" "Hi ya, laced?"
La+in Pan Am. Forum, Tennis
DOROTHY FAIRCHILD AL FARMER STELLA FARRIS
"I 1i1m'l qv! nfl Uiifrfrf' "SH v!iII and ilu nlml you
e. R., io. A. A. foffff'
Tau Sigma, G.R
DORIS FERGUSON BILLY FESCENMEYER CLAUD FLEET EVELYN FOYT
"Tim l,nriafrnn1r'i nul-" "Sim1m'riln11'u." "Tim Flcrffv fu." "Oli, my.
Larial Hi-Y-AllCily Pres. Spanish, Pan Am. Forum,
Tau Sigma,Tennis Hi-Y, Lalin, Tau Siqma, Phi
Della Psi, 2nd V. Pres. Sr.
Class, Scribes, Sr. Play,
DORA MAE FRANKLAND BILL FULLER LOLA GARCIA
"Yo1cl:uuu'u'ba!?" "l7nnr'1"' "OD, lrmk ri full l ree."
Phi Della Psi, Lalin, Cam- Spanish
era, Tennis, Traclc, Baslcel-
ball, Swimming, Pan Am.
ALLINE GARDNER LAVERNE GARDNER VERNON GARDNER MARIAN GILLESPIE
"W'l:m'r"x Margin?" "Oli, llmf lurlzy girl," "Aw, gn5l1,zlml'Iaik mr." "lIf1'Xf'Xl',41f' N011 Nlf' fmf' 10
. A. A., Sr. Play, G. R,, Phi Della Psi, Pan Am. Baseball, Track, Baslcelball, -k""'l"1'f"J'fl'i' 5
Sporls Forum, Spanish, Tau Sigma, Phi Della Psi -I-au Sugma' G' R -I-en
Sporls, G. A. A., Glee Club Sr' PIGY
VANCEL GODBEY KATHRYN GOODNIGHT VIRGINIA GREGG
"W'bL'n"f Ruth?" "Li1rl 11igli!Ruymoml aml l-" "Hf'v.fli'1kPJ'-"
. Spanish, Pan Am. Forum,
ESTHER GUTIERREZ ALFRED HACKER WILMER HALE EDYLENE HALL
"I.ikr a idly Mfr." "Tim is my lnollmr Frank." "Aw, xillyf' "IIrllo, goali
Spanish G. R.
VERA HALL MODIE V. GUNTER ROBERT HAMM
"Ili, Sally." "H1':'kl1'fz'k nf' "l ,xgllftr Ilia! ilu Srfllr' il."
G. A. A.
Pan Am. Forum, Phi Della
Psi, Tau Sigma, Chairman
School Direclory, Camera
I ' , , W 4,
RICHARD HANCOCK RAYMOND HANDS VIRGINIA HATCHER FLORENE HAWBAKER
"I.vl'x ,un on :1 sIr'ikf-liiglmr "I lilzc' Rnllif' H 1 y j I g I ff g I
grmlrr ai1iI Irxx 11 ark." Tennis' Pan Am- Forum' II I I7 I II 3
Delia psi' Tau Sigma! Sr. Spanish, Pan Am. Forum, A A R Ten
PIay, GOII Rifle, G. R., Band Tau Sigma
FRANCES HAWKINS OPAL HENDERSON C. W. HENRY
"lu CUIUUIIIU Iuxl v1m1111cr7" "Olr,l1nxi." "I'iu rm! g1ziIl1', I'irl 1 I
G. R., Tau Sigma, Spanish, FooIbaII, BasIce'rbaII
Tennis, G. A. A., Bicycle,
Archery, Pan Am. Forum
CHRISTINE HILL DOROTHY HILL VIVIAN HILL BOBBIE HINES
UVIVXIIIS' 80918 10 14.5 M- "TlH'f'5 VUHHIV-I' "IIi'Y.ln1u'y011 vi'r'11!J1m?" lr s s
VIUUUU G. R., G. A. A., Spanish. Lasso Lariaf Penfaihlon
G' R- Tennis, Pan Am. Forum, I-Ii Y
Assn'I Ed. of Lariaf
HUGH HOKETT EDITH HOOD CLEON HOWARD
"It r'a11'l 11411111011 Imam." "IIu1fe you .wvll I"rnr1k?" "IIz'IIn, Imrxc
Band, BasIseIbaII, Foo+I.naII, Sr. Play, G. R., Lafin, Tau I3oys'GIee
BasebaII, Track, Sigma, Pan Am. Forum, Pen
- Garrison Gabbers 81 InIc, G. A. A.
MAURINE HOWARD JACK HUBBARD MARJORIE HUFF JEWEL HUFFHINES
"Hi, bmi," "lI1'y, leiil-I forgo! u Im! I "Du jun' 1:11110 yu1irIifz'?" III I Ixo 2
Home EC.. A-I i1'ilrSrJillgluxay," l
Pres. Lafin, Pres, Tennis,
GUY EULA HUKEL
Lasso Arfisf, Cade? Spon-
sor, Tau Sigma, G. R., Came
era, Spanish, Pan Am.
Forum, D. A. R.
J. P. HUNTER MARY VIRGINIA IRBY
"I Ivclwzir qwn':'r gui "Wrll, biil, xrfmf u r or
somrffiiug IIir're." goinr' In do?
BUD JACKSON WELDON JENKINS LUCILLE JOHNSON WALLACE JOHNSON
"lI1'lI11, f11111." "I'1'1-l111l1," "l'1v1'1r111.i-f11.i." "C1111't,qr1qln11'111y11if1'."
Spanish, Pan Am. Forum, BaskefbaII, Swimming, Tau
GIee Club Sigma, I-Ii-Y
FLORA JEAN JOLLEY MARCEIA JOLLEY BILL JONES
"YH, 111"1'1' vii!1'1'i." " I 111111 11111 mf' "'l'f.1'1'1' 111117 11r1l1'1i11' 1l111l1'
GIRA Tgnnigt Q, R., Tau Sigma' 1111- 111.111.111111.11111-."
Rifle! Qrchesfral Latin, RiIIe and Saber
Pan Am. Forum
HOMER JOYCE RAYMOND KANE CHRISTINE KEENUM CLAUDE KEENUM
"snr ',,,111, 1.1.1111 111111e'- ".1111,11111'11 1111 W1 1111-V." "NU, 11111, 1 11U11'1." "iv'1m111111 you W,-rf
Lariaf, Lasso Arfisf
CARL KELLEY MARGIE LOU KELLEY MILDRED KENNEDY
"B1'11r'.v1111AI1'." "Il1111' 11111 v1'1'11.Il111'x Lou?" "YM, 1111111 .'1111fIar1' gu111g."
Boys' Giee, Sr. PIay G. R., Tau Sigma, Sr. Play
Pan Am. Forum
CHRISTINE KENNEMER VAIDA LEE KENT ROBERT KEY WANDA KIMBLE
"l'111 gnlug 11111 lu l7nI'x If1ix Y W-W "IVf11'r1"x Dui?" "Broll1r'r." "W'c'lI,J3U bv."
Ta u Sigma
G. A. A., Spanish
ANNA MARIE KLETT JUANITA KNOTT MARY FRANCES KOLDIN
"l'II111k.Ii1s.1Rug1'1s.'I "IM, I 1l1111'I 11111114 ." "lJ1111'l x1111111il11fIll111'H'
ED LACKEY BOBBIE LADD MINNIE LOU LAMB LLOYD LAMMERS
"Aw, mme 011, 1m1i'.l' "You rforfi know fbe "Sni'z'l'r1n11.qfi? That is ulicrz' "W'vm! Wan!"
fmlf of ff." I 1'im1fi11." Foofball
G. A, A. Sporls, G. R., G. A. A.,
Spanisli, Tennis, Debale,
MARJORIE NELL RUSSELL LANDERS ERNIE LATHAM
"I'1'c,Q0Ili17r1i1ki' A in "Ilan afmul z1iliil:'?"
"ru my fi, ill., im.-ii.-w fffizfffififlff'
Tau Sigma, Pan Am. Forum
VIRGINIA LOCKHART LONA MARKGRAF CLEO MARLATT ROBERT MARSH
"Ifm1z' a flair 1L'i!b Tililvuf' "Ilin'r' 1'uual1y1lz"u'xfr1r "Guo 'zrbizf' "l3nnkkw1ii11g ix killing mcf'
Tau Sigma, G. A. A., G. R. ff"1f1l"ff"?" G. A. A., Tau Siqma, Pen
Ran Am. Forum, Spanish, gt ink' glee Club' 9. RAN
PIII Delta PSI Scribes, Sporls
ERNESTINE MARTINDALE MARIE MARLOCK W. H. MATSON
"Oli, my mu ." "IIo1zz'y fliilrf' "10'x 111yr1r1rIifig."
Tau Sigma, G. A. A., Pan N. Assoc., Foolball, Pres.
Am. Forum, Ready Wrilers, Siu, Body, Pres. Sr. Class
Bicycle, Lalin IEalll, Lasso, Baseball
CLAUDE MAYFIELD CLAUD MCAFEE JESSA LEE McCARTY ELDON MCCLELLAN
"I 110117 know, axk Hcurx'." "No, you ilou'f." "Pm going in g0f1nn'rl'ieJ." 'wvffw axlc wil-lv 11:11-.ifin11s?"
Larial N Assoc., Eoolball, Baseball
HARRY MCCONNELL SARAH MCGEE LORAINE MCDADE
"Il1'Ilu, link: li." "?rn'r1', lri1r1't.w." "I'l1 li'lfliil."
6. R., Tau Siqma, G. A. A., G. A. A., Tau Siqma, G. R.,
Lariat' Sporls Sr. Play, Golf, Tennis Rep.
IDA MCKNIGHT CLOTEAL MCKNIGHT JAMES MQMURTREY FRANK MCMURRY
"Mill will urrng wmv 11f'fk "I Mink l'Il quit srfiuolf' "Yun mrfl luur vwry "MfMnrrySpm'if1l."
for Null." Ilinlgf'
GEORGE McMURRY CORA FAY MCVEY VERA MEEK
"W'ul4f1ifu'i1'nrk, "CJmlv, all fu'wlml:,"' "lIi"rm1r1izzgvfwrlnui,gl:i."
1""'V'4U G. R.. Tau Sigma, Bicycie Tau Siqma, G, A. A., G. R.,
Pan Am. Forum, Sr. Piay.
JAY ED MILLER JEANNETTE MILNER LURRA LEE MOORE MARGARET MOORE
"I'1rl nxza1ii',lvui'fif'Y." "Nu,14'f13?" "W'r'li, 14 lm! il1Hm'f'11rr alum "l'nliliJil1v.,'
Baseball, Tennis,Tau Sigma, irmulfe?" Spanish, Q- RH Horseback
VANCE MOORE JIMMIE MONTFORT ONA MORGAN
"I ruugfrl u burgli1r." "Hello, ban." "Gooduiglil."
IRENE MORROW BEN MUIR FRANCES MULHOLLAND JACK MURPHY
"1.iffw,gii In lluiivllf' "limi 'f Mimi: iz?" "Oli, fm, 1f!,,lmli."' "iV""'IHHlf3'gf? WW'
Tae iiqrlxa' SBiCy+Cie' Larin, Pan Am. Forum,
' ' " por S Ed. Lariai, Band
CLAYTON MUSE JUNE NAPPS VANITA OSBORNE
"l'H lfilr, n'lml?" "Yi-i. I'rli'amlI.sf1lign "VH 11:-wr ,qu will: Ziim
Fooiball, Lariai, Hi-Y, Golf fffxfffffff' flxffifff'
T ,Ls E LL - ,
HELEN OWENS JOE PALACHEK DOROTHY PENNINGTON MATT PERRY
"A, uni' If" "Privy" "Air, l.i'i'k." "ll Il 3 I 1 I I
G. R. I'Ii-Y, Boys' Giee Boys G ee
WELDON PEWITT GAINES PLAXCO BILL POLANOVICH
"IIg-Iliff' "Grail fr1n'14'r," "Cowl umr11if1g,"
Spanish, Tau Sigma, Yeii Leader, Pres.S+u. Body I
Phi Deifa Psi, Hi-Y Basebaii, Bus. Mgr. Lasso
DOROTHY POTTER ROGER POTTER EVELYN PRAYTOR NED PRICHARD
"I'm going lu flu' liIu'm'y." Allull. "IIf111.vu1i1.m? If I ll
Spanish Tau Sigma, G. R., Spanish, Debafing Team
Pan Am. Forum, Bicycle
PAUL RAYMOND DAN REESE LORA MAE RICE
"W'lu'i'i"x lfzcIyf1?" "Hi, fbilrfmrlf' "IIi'1I11, girl."
Fooibail, N Associafion, Giee Ciub
LORINE RICHARDS CHARLES RINGLER RICHARD ROARK DOROTHY ROBINSON
"WrlI,kiiI." "Ili, 51L'vHIi1'." "I'IImmf'ifliuumii1Il." Ol 3 B
Fooiball, Baskefball, Golf, Boy's Scholarship Tau Sigma Horseback
Hi-Y, N Associaiion, Lasso
"Call ml' Siuugi' iIIn1'j:lw."
G. A. A., Pen 81 Ink, G. R.,
Tau Sigma, Spanish, Tennis,
VIRGIE LEE RUSSEY
Tau Sigma, G. R.
VIVIAN RYAN L. B. SANDERS LEONARD SORRELS MILDRED SEDBERRY
"II"lva! 1111 1111! lfJil1flc?" "11fiL, Vwalif' "1I11Lr'lIiNal7jI3," "lI1'IIn, giflif'
DOROTHY SIMMONS INELL SHACKELFORD BOB SHELTON
I "Al1,m111h'ly." "Aw, you alll lfv1z11ifw'ulii111," "Thai rlmps me."
LOUIS SHEFELWICH LOUISE SHILLING JAMES SHORT EVELYN SLADOVNIK
"IIui'k, no." Hof all "W f"ll'M,f f'fL"iIyI "I do rm! rlumsr Io laik," "Aw, shunt."
low ruyirlf Desi. Feb Class Re
G. A. A., Spanish, Pan Am. ' p'
Forum, Archery, Rifle, G. R.
BILLY SMITH CHARLES SMITH COLEMAN SMITH
"YM, I gn! wmv' friflure Inu." "I Iwf! my bunk in flu' fur, muy "Du11'! lu'l1Im1Ig iuxf my
Baseball' I-Ii,Y4 Boys' glee' Igff mmf. nm1.,f?" . .i-lin! upf' V
Sr. play Sporfs, Foolball, Tennis Tau Sigma, Tennis
DORIS SMITH MARY LEE SMITH ORVILLE SMYTHE BILLY SAM SPEARS
"Ola, G.f'11i'1i1'11', Iran' mu "Aw vfimf' "Mrrrgil"v u1vgirI." "lIuw muff?"
W' WH' '7"XUfb?D Tau Sigma Foolball, Baseball, Traclc
BOBBIE SPRINKLE GENE STEWART PAUL STEVENS
"Alle Rui, lu' A111114 v." "Yu1z'1z',qnflulu'1frii1i'1mxi "Illvill'lL71rin."
fm. li-il." 55595511
B. R. STOCKER JAMES STRATTON MILADY STROLENY VIVIAN SURBER
"Hi, xixf, "Ev'rwslim"x juimfc prnlrm'ly,'! "Ulm, my goodfzvssf' "Yuufv man."
Band, Tau Sigma, Sr. Play
FARMER TANNAHILL ELTRIE TICE BILLIE THOMPSON
"Aw, wr iur'lu'ialr." "Y1'x',I.vlill ,qu 'willy Mal'ui11." "I:1z'l lfmf awful?"
Spanish, Sr. may
CARL THOMPSON DONALD THOMPSON ROCKLE VLOITOS LA VERNE VOGT
"Gwnly, goody, gum Tlmlvf' "Why, shore." "BNI I fluff! 1111r1ev'staml." "IIu1z"Jlfc7ou'f1' 11 wif
DOROTHY WADDELL CONNIE WAGNER THADDEOUS WALLS
"I f'nl1'fgr1, Vu: llmrriczlf' "IPX rl sfml11r',nirl'!il?I' "Ga Ifnltustl1w17."
Tau Sigma. Horseback
EPPIE JO WALTER ETHYLENE WALTERS EDNA MAE WATSON ERLENE WEATHERS
"Kill, :ln you know "Aw," ''Plane',Mu.fluuz, mu I vlnlrry "IIr'Ilo, girlsf'
n1z3'fbi11g?" A. AH Bicycle jnurm11?"
MARIE WEAVER WILLIAM K. WEIR W. A. WELBORN
"W'lu'r'4"v I3m'nllvy?" "W'lmi'x ffm' Iuluxf g0,vxip?" "Tz'lUg1'zlm fur yon."
CHRISTINE WHELCHEL CHAUNCEY WHITE DOROTHY DEAN JEWEL WILSON
"W'liul ilu mu lZ1irlfc?" "Hella, fmilzliflrff' "W'flj'?"
"II"fwu I u lu lcuui- high In
Sporls, Scribes, G. A. A.,
BESSIE WILKINSON ELDRIDGE WILLIAMS JOSEPHINE WILLIAMS
"lull iilll lu' ill nm! 11 Wk-1'rlil," "Grub, rm." "Nlm'nr11j1rmj7."
Hi-Y, Lalin, Foolball, Spanish
MARGARET WILLIAMS ENA FAYE WILLIS MARY LOUISE WOFFORD VIRGIL WOFFORD
"Oli nmrrnwl Iifi-? "I'lI sing yan 11 song fur "Aw, fmgqfl il." "Hy ilu, Wh?"
I II'rxx1'x'lI." ' a17i'llrly." Spanish!
Edilor of Larial
FRANK WOLFE CHARLES WOMACK OPAL WOMACK
"W'fn'i'w'x Imxii' DHI?" "Arr yum Inu lwu I1rolfirl'i?" "Y01m1'urvn1i'Io?"
Bus. Mgr. Larial Baslfelball, Baseball, Traclc Tau Sigma
JUNIOR WOODS HELEN WRIGHT ANNA BELLE WYATT VIOLET YEARGAIN
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Class of January '38 CLASS POEM Class of June '38
Senior Day Program
The January Senior Day pro-
gram was given in the auditorium
Wednesday, January 12.
The program was planned by
Miss Rogers, assisted by James
Balthrop, who wrote the class will,
Carl Thompson, who wrote "Ech-
oes"g Guy Dalrymple and Ernie
Latham, who wrote a skit, "Pa
Brings Home the Bacon", Mr. Mc-
Combs, Mr. Reeves, Miss Neigh-
bors, and Miss Smith.
After the processional, Dick Tar-
vin gave the welcome to the school
and presented the officers of the
first graduating class of the new
North Side High School.
The last will and testament was
written and read by James Bal-
School talent in music was also
brought out. Joe Saenz played sev-
eral numbers on the guitar. Cleon
Howard sang "There's a Gold Mine
in the Sky," and Bobby Godwin
gave a clarinet solo.
"My Memory Book," described as
snapshots 20 years ago, included
Edith Hood, Carl Kelley, Cleon
Howard, James Balthrop, Clayton
Muse, Bill Polanovich, Helen
Wright, Sam Ozee, Guy Dalrymple,
Bobby Godwin, Chauncey White,
Ernie Latham, Johnnie Carpenter,
Al Farmer, C. W. Henry, Richard
Roark, James Short, Billy Smith,
Dick Tarvin, Eldridge Williams,
Henry Carey, Claude Mayfield,
Frank IVolfe, Coleman Smith, Don-
dena Blaylock, Cecil Mae Chapman,
June Reddy, Marion Gillespie, An-
na Marie Klett, Juanita Knott,
Doris Smith, Geneva Allen, Bessie
Wilkinson, Margaret Williams De-
Wine, Mary Balentine, and Carl
Two skits were included in the
program. They were "Maiden in
Distress," featuring Claude Clem-
ents, Billy Smith, Clayton Muse,
James Short, and Edna Mae Wat-
. - l
son, and "Fo1led Again," or "Pa
Brings Home the Bacon," with Don-
dena Blaylock as the heroine, Ernie
Latham, the villain, and Guy Dal-
rymple, as Harry Brown, the hero.
Chauncey White announced the
fContinued on page 21
As our school days rush toward
We sincerely wish that God
A year, a week, even a day,
Or only help us to find a way
That we might go on at North
Without a time to say "good-
Many fond memories of the past
Forever and ever with us shall
Of the school days through the
When we were one of thc North
But now we find ourselves in
Of a greater field of things
VVe can conquer, or we can fail,
But the ship of success forever
To heights of glory yet un-
But all the credit is North Side's
A tender spot in our hearts we'll
For an alma mater that never
The school that we'll cherish
though far and wide
Is the school of our choice, "Old
SENIOR ACTIVITIES AT
October 1-Senior Picnic, Hagood's
Ranch-No Rain fSurprise?J
January 6-P. T. A. Partyigames
and dancingsmusic-fschool re-
January 12-Senior Day.
January 21-Banquet and Dance-
Woman,s Club-Eddy Deem's
January 23-Baccalaureate Service
-11 o'clock-Rev. A. W. Myers,
.January 26-8 p. m.WCommence-
ment-North Side Senior Audi-
fContinued on page 3,
Senior Day Program
The Senior Day program Wednes-
day, April 13, 1938, opened with a
processional including the entire
class of 230, accompanied by the
two pianos of Ruth Murphree and
Wesley Cleveland, president of
the class, int1'oduced the other of-
ficers of the class to the remainder
of the student body and made a
short welcoming address.
James Stratton, Louise Schilling
and Jack Murphy, clarinet trio,
Joe Palachek and a chorus pre-
sented a cowboy sequence. In the
chorus were Marjorie HuE Bell,
I1'ene Morrow, Lou Ellen Duke,
Dorothy Bell, Catherine Casteel.
Lucille Crawford, Opal Womack,
Dorothy Simmons, LaFaye Beam,
Rosalie Brock, Maurine Howard,
Vivian Ryan, Jewell Wilson, Chris-
tine Whelchel, Evelyn Praytor,
Dorothy Pennington, Janetta
Deaigh, Eppie Joe Walter, Louise
Schilling, Ethylene Walters, J. R.
Cheek, Wando Riley, Hugh Hokett,
Loren Bartoo, James McMurtrey,
Dorothy Potter, Marguerite Cla-
gett, J. C. Adams, Harold Henson,
Robert Key and Norman Flory.
"Dream Sweetheart" sequence
vocals we1'e done by Ned Prichard
with W'anda Kimble, Russell Lan-
ders, Dorothy Robinson, Wesley
Cleveland, Helen Owens, Vera
Meek, J. W. Jones, Margie Lou
Kelley, Mary Lou Dearing, Inez
Davis, Jack Murphy, Virgil Wof-
ford, Dorothy Hill, Ruth Elder,
Bernice Hale, Vera Meek, Guy
Eula Hukel, Eunice Grove, Charles
Ringler, Jack Humble, William
Stevens, J. W. Jones, Buford Eaves,
Bill Crawford, Florine Hawbaker,
H. G. Stephenson, Zeta Jones, and
James Stratton and Billy Strat-
ton gave guitar numbers.
Authors of the class will and the
class prophecy were introduced
after they were read. The pupils
were Margie Shook, Charles Court-
ney, Alline Gardner, Jimmie Mont-
ford, Cleo Marlatt, Minnie Lou
Lamb, Earline Beck, La Verne
CContinued on page 31
I.'QlE..tfX2?f.2.EIIE 5 ff '1 i 0 f F M f H 1' f S
North Side High School
We wish to take this opportunity to ac-
knowledge with grateful appreciation the
help our school paper, The Lariat, and
other papers have given us in compiling
TO THE SENIOR CLASS
Each of you will have to live
with himself for a long, long time.
As your sponsor my message for
you is: So live that you will make
of that self a fine, true, upstanding
person-one whom you may re-
spect and approve and of whom
you may be exceedingly proud.
--Mrs. Harry C. Wallenberg.
Hoocl, Williams Have
Senior Play Leads
The first Senior play given in
the new building was Ulf I Had a
Million," presented by the Febru-
ary Graduating Class of 1938.
The cast included:
John W. Smith, Rube Williamsg
Katherine Smith, Edith Hood, Jean
DeLacy, Mary Ballentineg Mr. Van-
derlip William, Bill Wierg Mrs. De-
Lacy, Marion Gillespieg Mrs. Smith,
Edna Mae Watsong Nannette, Mil-
dred Kennedy, Mr. Garland, George
McMurryg Mrs. Dugan, Virginia
Robbins, Eddie Dugan, Carl Kelly,
Lord Rainsort, Claude Clements,
Mertense, Billy Smith.
January '38 Senior Day Program
fContinued from page 15
acts, and Bill Polanovich acted as
stage director for told when to hiss
the villain or cheer the herol.
Poetry was connected with the
students by Carl Thompson and
Marion Gillespie, who cross-fired
names and made them rhyme with
certain phrases pertaining to school
and everyday life.
At the end of the program the
seniors sang the Alma Mater, prob-
ably for the last time as a group in
the "dear old school upon the hill."
Prophetess Edith Hood of the
February Class and Seeress Ear-
line Beck of the June Class, look
into the future, and this is what
The crystal ball shows Howard
Young breaking into the headlines
every now and then as a profes-
One might turn his radio dial to-
day and hear Cleon Howard's sing-
ing, for he's an idol of the air
Lavelle Miller is giving fashion
news over the radio.
James Balthrop is the editor of
that thriving paper, the North Fort
Worth News, and Clayton Muse is
assistant editor and sports writer.
James Williams is elevator boy
in a one-story building.
Somewhere in Australia Bill
Polanovich is a prominent sheep
herder. Helen Wright with her
motherly instinct is the owner and
operator of an orphans' home.
Ah! here is Melvin Brown pro-
ducing '4Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs" in the Rose Theatre. The
cast includes William Johnson as
Sneezyg Vernon Gardner as Grum-
pyg Lloyd Lammers as Sleepyg
Raymond Kane as Bashfulg Billy
Fescenmeyer as Happyg J. R. Cheek
as Doc and Russell Landers as
Dopey. It seems that he can't de-
cide between Wanda Kimble and
Rosalie Brock for Snow White.
The wardrobe designer is Newton
Sam Ozee is coaching the Mad-
dox Park Rinkidinks.
I see Charles Womack is con-
tented with married life, but would
be happier if his wife would sup-
port him better.
Ernie Latham is running a Gulf
filling station, Guy Dalrymple is
a Hrst class salesman for Conocog
Chauncey White is playing profes-
Eunice Grove is married to Thea-
dus and is cooking for the little
Bobby Godwin is commander-in-
chief of an outpost in China.
Virginia Hatcher has proved the
theory that the way to a man's
heart is through his stomach. She's
married to B. R. Stocker.
Johnnie Carpenter is struggling
to make a living for Margaret Hol-
ley as a professional cartoonist.
Belton Morton is now a death
deiier on his motorcycle.
Al Farmer is doing a nice bit of
stream-line hoofing at the State.
Ah! Eldon McClellan belongs to
the S. S. A.-the Street Sweepers'
In between naps C. W. Henry is
now pitching for the St. Louis
Doris Ferguson is a foreign cor-
respondent for a New York news-
Coleman Smith holds the well-
earned and deserved position of as-
sistant owner of Hill Grocery Store.
Bobbie Hines is a traveling sales-
mang he sells insulated rubber
teething rings to discriminating
Richard Roark is the dean of a
college in Michigan, and James
Short is teacher of physics in the
Here is Deland Davidson as a
gentleman's gentleman for Lord
Bibantucker in bally old England.
Billy Smith is now in the pho-
tography business for himself.
Harold Henson is a side show
barker for Ringling Brothers' Cir-
cus. He has a flea circus as a side
Dick Tarvin is carrying water to
elephants at the circus, for he got
his practice in high school.
Look! Doris Hearon is one of
fContinued on Page 43
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W i l l Major Roles For Senior
We, the High Senior Class, being
of sound mind in the year of our
Lord 1938, do hereby make our last
will and testament to the ones we
wish to carry on in our absence.
Lillian Benefiel and Juanita
Knott, the boisterous loud mouths
of our class, do hereby leave these
traits for Hugh Hokett and Clyde
Carl Ellis' long school career is
left to Henry Woods.
And to his brother Nick Dear,
Jay Ed Miller leaves his timid,
quiet ways and also his trucking
Ruth Elder turns over her faith-
fulness to the Lasso to Charles
John Gibson hates to leave all he
has, his ability to play the drum,
to one who could use it, Weldon
Dorothea Bilbrey's athletic abil-
ity is left to Evelyn Carpenter.
The physics ability of Ida Mc-
Knight will probably do Paul
Stevens some good next term.
Vera Meek leaves her straight
A's to Doris Cross.
Old Al QBigApplel Farmer tear-
fully wills his dancing ability to
Sarah McGee turns her dancing
feet over to Anna Earl Johnson.
Our Einstein of the class, Mr.
Richard Hancock, leaves his pow-
ers of a great mathematician to
Mary Lee Smith's ability to flirt
is going to Lennie Pope.
To never let a present North
Side student have a date is what
Edith Hood bequeaths to Margie
Billie Thompson leaves her Wil-
lys to her sister, Johnnie.
Here's cinders in your eyes as
Bill Arnett so graciously leaves his
track ability to Deland Davidson.
Dorothy Null gets knitting in
We hope Joe Palachek accepts
the lovely, sweet tenor voice of
Betty Runyon gives Nell Hatchett
her hog-calling efforts.
June fShortyJ Reddy leaves her
supreme height to Dorothy Ander-
Sibyl Hughes gets Alline Gard-
ner's extra height.
The Three Stooges. Guy Dalrym-
ple. Chauncey White and Ernie
Latham, leave their ability to al-
ways be seen together to Junior
Woods, Gaines Plaxco and Hilton
Eunice Grove leaves her person-
ality and sweet smile in the capa-
ble hands of Ruth Murphree.
Clayton Muse leaves his ability
to go forty-five seconds in any
football game to Elmer Addington.
Florine Hawbaker leaves her no-
ble ability for speaking in that
certain sweet monotone to Ina Mae
Never to be on time to a first
period class will be Louise Cun-
ningham's only gift for Bernice
Rosalie Brock leaves her S. A. to
Ava Marie Hamm.
Their love for the old stockyards
will be all that Lee Ed Barnett and
Sonny McAfee will be able to leave
Bud Jackson and J. R. Cheek.
Charles Womack leaves Wanda
Leggett in care of Bob Mosley.
Dick Tarvin will leave his ability
iContinued on Page 41
June '38 Senior Day Program
CContinued from page 15
Gardner, Doris Ferguson and Theo
In a radio sketch written by
Lavelle Miller and Dorothy Potter
were Marceia Jolley, Homer Joyce
and Harry McConnell.
Characters in "The Shooting of
Dan McGrew" were Bill Crawford,
Wesley Cleveland, Wallace Johns-
ton, Roy Bellamy, Charles Ringler,
Melvin Cooper, H. G. Stephenson,
Paul Stevens, Dorothy Hill, Connie
Wagner, Bernice Hale, Dorothy
Anderson, and Jessa Lee McCarty.
Completing the program, mem-
bers of the class hummed in unison
the school song as Dorothy Dean
Wilson read the class poem writ-
ten by Cleo Marlatt.
Senior Activities at a Glance
tContinued from page 15
torium - Dick Tarvin, president
of class, received first diploma
from the new building- Mr.
Wyatt presented the diplomas
for the first time.
February 16-Senior Party-Jack
Harris, Master of Ceremonies-
in school gym-t'Handies," a new
game was born-should have
April 13-Senior Day.
April 22-Skating Party-at Pul-
liam's-good floor, good music,
April 28-Luncheon-12:30, spon-
sored by P. T. A.-Class colors,
orchid and pink used in decora-
tions - Theater party - 3:30 at
Worth-Gable, Loy in t'Test
May 19 - Senior Banquet - Lake
Worth Casino-Little Jack Lit-
May 26-Garden Party and
May 28-May Fete at T. W. Cf-
Lona Markgraf and Virgil Wof-
ford represented North Side.
May 29 - Sunday - Baccalaureate
pal Auditorium-at 8:00 p. m.
Play Cast by McKee
Major characters for the senior
play, "As You Like It," were
chosen Friday, March 11, by Mr.
Blanchard McKee, dramatics direc-
tor of the Fort Worth Recreation
Department. Mr. McKee was for-
merly director of the Fort Worth
James Stratton and Florine Haw-
baker were selected to play the
leading roles, the part of Orlando
to be carried by James Stratton
and that of Rosalind by Florine
Characters for the play were
chosen at the fifth and sixth pe-
riods. Every student in the dra-
matics class tried out for some
Students trying out for the many
parts were separated into diferent
groups. They were allowed to try
out for as many parts as they
cared to. The majority of the girls
were interested in the part of
Rosalind, while the boys seemed
to think the role of Jacques would
be the most attractive.
for the play
the following: Duke living in exile,
James McMurtrey: Duke Frederick,
Farmer Tannahill: Amiens, Jessa
Lee McCarty: Jacques, Roy Bel-
lamy: Le Beau. Janetta Deaigh:
Oliver. Claud Fleet: Jacques de
Bois, Ethylene Walters: Adam, J.
W. Jones: Touchstone, Margie
Shook: Corin, Loraine McDade:
Silvius. Inez Davis: William, Ray-
mond Hands: Celia. Mary Virginia
Irby: Phebe, Gwendolyn Apperson:
Audrey, Lura Lee Moore.
judged the tryouts
upon the basis of
carriage and general
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Chief Cook ...... E. J. KINDER
Dish Washer .... RUTH ELDER
Two Pair of Handkerchiefs with
fContinued from page SJ
to manage a football team to an-
other lad, namely, Winston Henson.
Marceia Jolley's love for fancy
shorts goes to Ethyl
member of our class, will leave the
habits of an engaged girl to Mavi-
Bobby Ladd's trailer goes to
Nellie Lee Gamble.
Weldon QSotJ Jenkins leaves his
ability to cut classes and get by
with it to Brack Wilcox.
Marie Matlock leaves her smiles
and eye-making ability to Gloria
The luck to be a winning base-
ball pitcher will be C. W. Henry's
gift to Ed Lackey, who is in dire
need of it.
Ernest Bruce leaves to Thurman
Grubis his ability to consume vast
quantities of intoxicating bever-
Charles Courtney may have the
good journalism grades of Frank
Wolfe, with his compliments.
Ned Prichard's ability to rate
redheaded exes is left to Don
Sam Ozee will leave his ability
to run other guys' love affairs to
Virgil Wofford leaves his medals
and uniform to J. E. Shields.
His ability in shop will be J. P.
Hunter's only usable thing that
Robert Lindsey can have.
Robert Hamm leaves his foo ability
to the rest of the foo family at
North Side High.
S. E. Baker gets Weldon Pewitt's
ability to jerk sodas and make
fContinued from page 25
the gorgeous redheads in Gold-
Rube Williams is making a pig-
gy living by being chief sausage
maker at Jake Street's.
Mary Lou Dearing is a face
model for Doleys Doll Company.
Henry Carey and Claude May-
field are rivals in Commission Com-
I see Cleo Marlett is a home
demonstrator. She demonstrates
the use of Limburger cheese with
a delightful perfume.
Gaines Plaxco is following his
father's footsteps and is a success-
Frank Wolfe is sales manager
for a local business firm.
Between household duties Don-
dfna Blaylock is assisting Helen
Wright at the orphans' home.
Opal Henderson is a very ef-
ficient secretary for a foreign mis-
.June Reddy is now "all up in the
air," for she is an air hostess for
Cora Fay McVey is the capable
nurse of Loren Bartoo, who is a
Marion Gillespie has "gone West,
young woman," for she's now make-
up artist for R. K. O.
K Harold Browning is demonstrat-
ing for ApeX's new permanent
wave for men.
Anna Marie Klett and Juanita
Knott are employed at Kress 8z Co.
.Here shows Marjorie Landers,
still faithful to dear old North
music. Side, for she is librarian.
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Girls' Glee Club
Rulh Murphree, pianisl
Boys' Glee Club
H. G. Sfephenson, pianisf
Ready Wrilers: Norman Flory, Lee Ray
Todd, Sarah Dale Mireles, Miss Bells,
Doris Ferguson, Louise Shilling, Florah
Jeanne Burlcell, Lona Marlcgral, Cleo
Declaimers: Elizabelh Priddy, Waller
Sheller, Myrlle Osleen, Evelyn Birdwell,
Dick Moore, Bernadine Thompson
Debalersz Minnie Lou Lamb, Melvin
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The sludenl body's oulslanding social affair ol The year was lhe
lormal annual Popularily Ball, held in The school gymnasium on January
I5. Winners of The dislinclion ol mosl popular boy and girl in each
Class were as follows: seniors, Rulh Elder and Dan Reese: iuniors, Rulh
lvlurphree and W. G. llzloppyl Blaclamony sophomores, Doris Cross and
Olhers in The runforl were: seniors, l-lelen Wrighl, Evelyn Bussey,
' li T ' 3 'uniors,
Guy Eula l-lulcel, Bill Crawford, Dub lvlalson, and Duc arvin I
Evelyn Carpenler, Lois Cargill, Margie Sandsberry, W. M. Few, James
Boswell, and Winslon l-lensong sophomores. Nina Rosloslcy, Bobbie
Slubbs, Ann Wiggins, Arrel Roberls, Charles Ulley, and Charles um
Rulliie . . . Our liead yell leader for lwo years
lwas been given llie lionor of llme mosl popular
girl lor llwe llwird lime: llwis lime as a senior . . .
l-las nol missed allending Sunday scliool for 7
years . . . allends clwurclw bollw Sundayimorning
and niglwl . . . Honor sludenl . . . Edilor of your
annual . . . Good dancer . . . a charming gig-
gler . . . very friendly.
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Congrafulafions. Dan . . . Climaxing his all dis-
Jrridr, all-Sfalre quarferloack honors he is seeing
his picfure on Jrhe popularify page Tor +he Third
Time . . . Wan+s To be an archifecf . . . Plans
To onfer T. C. U. nexf fall . . . Favori+e pesfime
is swimming . . . Thinks Spencer Tracy is The be-sf
in The movies , . . Admires anyone wi'rh a good
porsonalify and good sporfsmanship.
The school pianisf . . . 4 fee? and I9lf2 inches
Jraii . . . weighs IIC? pounds . . . I6 years old
. . . Kiwanis Clubs sweeihearf . . . Favorife color
is maroon . . . Wanis fo play in a swing band
. . . Loves going fo Jrhe Worih Theafer . . .
Phone numbe ' 6-296
r is 8 . . . Has made The pop-
ulariiy page for +he second year.
Our pelile yell leader . . . only I5 years old
. . . welqlws lO3 pounds . . . prefers blue fo any
ollwer Color Sparlclin bl
. . . q ue eyes and pre'Hy
brown lwair A b'l' '
. . . rn :won ns lo be an expression
leaclwcr . . . Loves arclwery . . . Friendly, ener-
qelric, good personalily . . . Prefers brunels. buf
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LaDe-ane and Buddy . . . Charles and Nan . . . Dorollmy and W. M .... Guy Eula and Bill . . . Bools
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NORTH SIDE GOES TO WICHITA
Mr. Wyaff heads parade of Norrh Siders . . . Pep leaders ride in sjryie . . . Jreachers
on Jrrain . . . Roo+ers see Wichifa . . . WichI+a's 'firsjr fouchdown . . . Jrhree mosr ef-
ficienr managers . . . We found Rurh and Roy . . . Miss Sdwober smiles for Hwe camera
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Trophy presenred by i-iahLom's To Norrh Side,
ifooibail champions of Disiriclr Seven.
Back Row: Coach Green, Mosley, Eddieman, Fulier, Morgan, Brown, Crawford, Johnson,
Fieider, Granade, Thornfon, Kufch, Dodd, Malmberg, Conway, Few, Adams, Eaqie, Casfeel,
Woods, Cardweii, Biacknion
Middie Row: Coach Spearman, Maison, Tuiis, Rinqier, Reese, Kelier, Lackey, Ozee,
Burklow, Harris, Henry, Cleveiand, Scribner, I-Curio, Grubis, Record, Cain, Tiiiery, Coach Aianis
Firsf Row: Addinqion, Robbins, Allen, Johnson, Luiireii, Mayfieid, Kinder, Ashmore, Wil-
iiarns, Miiier, Muse, Srriffmafier, Bosweii, Aibin, McClelian, Sawey, Roberis, Coach Clark
In Froni: Courfney, Tarvin, Henson
THE STAFF CAMERAMAN CAPTURED A FEW UNFORGETTABLE MOMENTS
When . .
Mayfield cul off lefr laclcle for
a nice gain over Woodrow Wil-
Dan lwurdled for exlra yardage
in flue Woodrow Wilson game.
Eew and Blaclcmon slopped El
Dan wenl' over cenler for firsl
score in El Paso game.
Mayfield refurned punl for
good gain againsf Paschal.
Ozee and Mayfield lorolce up
Paschal passing alfack.
Dub Tried for firsl clown in EI
DAN REESE--ALL STATE QUARTERBACK
Quarierbaclc, l6O pounds, iersey No. 58. Dan's foolball career began on
lhe vacanl lols when he was guile young. He played loolball on lhe Junior
High School Yearlinq Jream and conlinued Through senior high school. His
quick-kicking and passing were lhe oulslanding lealures ol his all-around
play which enabled him lo be selecled lhe mosl valuable player in Dislricl
7 loolball. His excellenl record was climaxed by All Dislricl and All-Slalre
L E T T E R M E N
ROY BU RKLOW-Fullback
Roy was an excellenT blocker
and also a good ball carrier. He
should be one oT The very besT
"Rube" played guard and
Tackle boTh and knew all The as-
signmenTs Trom boTh posiTions. He
was one oT The mosT valuable men
on The squad.
Bill was selecTed on The All-
DisTricT Tearn and was one oT The
besT Tackles in The STaTe. His ouT-
slancling perTormance was againsT
Woodrow Wilson in The Bi-DisTricT
game. He was chosen co-capTain
of The Team.
"Bloody" was The rnosTimproved
player on The learn. He has an-
olher year and will undoubTedly
be an All-STaTe man.
W. H. MATSON-LeTT Halfback
'Dubl was our besT running
back unTil he was Torced ouT wiTh
iniuries laTe in The season. He
was The hardesT Tackler in The
STaTe Tor his size.
"Red" won Two ball games Tor
us, The Paschal game and The
Riverside game. He was an ex-
cellenT pass receiver, a vicious
blocker and one OT The besT all
around boys who ever aTTended
NorTh Side High School.
When lvlaTson was Torced ouT
wiTh iniuries Charles played reg-
ular The lasT Tive games and really
played like a veTeran. He should
be one oT The besT nexT year.
'Dazzlin Danny," as he was
known, was The All-STaTe quarTer-
back and The greaTesT kicker ThaT
lXlorTh Side has ever had. AT The
end oT The season he was chosen
co-capTain oT The Team by his
TearnfrnaTes. Any college in The
UniTed STaTes will be lucky To gel'
Thurman was a regular abouT
halT The season and could always
be counTed upon To give his besT.
Charles was a regular guard
unTil he was iniured in The Mineral
Wells game and was Torced To
give up TooTball Tor The resT oT
The season. He was one oT The
Tew who earned Their leTTer The
W. G. BLACKMON-End
"Floppy," The mosT colorTul
player on The squad, aT The be-
ginning oT The season was Ter-
rible. AT The lasT oT The season
he rnade The AllADisTricT Team and
was picked by some as All-STaTe.
He has anoTher year and There is
no limiT To his possibiliTies.
E. J. KINDER-Guard
E. J. was The besT oTTensive
guard in The DisTricT This year and
should make some college a greaT
Wesley sTarTed The season as a
back and was shiTTed To cenTer
early in The season and naTurally
was handicapped by lack oT ex-
perience buT his play in The semi-
Tinal game againsT Wichifa Falls
aTTer Ashmore was hurT, was noTh-
ing shorT oT miraculous.
C. W. HENRY-RighT Halfback
C. W. was playing his TirsT TooT-
ball and was handicapped by lack
oT experience. However, when he
was called on, he was always
ready. He played a greaT game
GENE ASHMO RE-CenTer
When we losT Fred Shook, who
was All-STaTe cenTer in IQ36.
everybody was worried abouT who
was going To replace him. Gene,
who weighed scarcely I4O pounds,
came Through and made The All-
DisTricT Team and was The besT
cenTer in The STaTe Tor his weighT.
Arrel was The only sophomore
To earn his leTTer and wiTh Two
more years oT eligibiliTy should be
one of NorTh Side's ouTsTanding
TooTball players oT all Time,
AI made The All-DisTricT Team
This year and should be one oT The
besT guards in The STaTe nexT sea-
W. M. FEW-
QuarTer and Fullback
"Pug" was general uTiliTy man
in The backTield and excelled in
backing up The line. l-le has an-
oTher year, and we shall hear
plenTy Trom him before The season
Sam was handicapped in size,
weighing only I4O pounds, buT he
made up Tor This handicap by his
hard work and wonderTul spiriT.
l-le was The sTar oT The Sherman
game in The QuarTer Finals.
Old "Ice Man" was always
ready To sTep in and relieve eiTher
Tackle and wiTh The experience
gained This season should be an
ouTsTanding linesman nexT year.
The Azle GhosT didn'T Tind him-
selT Till abouT The middle oT The
season. ATTer This he was one oT
The besT all-around men on The
CLAYTON M USE--Tackle
ClayTon was also a relieT Tackle,
and his TighT and husTle kepT The
oThers going all The Time.
NORTH SIDE GOES TO STATE SEMI-FINALS
LEOPARDS OUTSCORE STEERS I3 TO 7
In Their second game OT The season The STeers Tound vicTory in deTeaT, in ThaT
hey gave The Gainesville Leopards a real baTTle. Though They didn'T win, They held
heir heads up, and Their TighTing spiriT' grew.
RoberT Tulis played such ouTsTanding ball Tor 60 minuTes ThaT he was named an
All-DisTricT Tackle aT The end oT The season. I-le sTopped each play coming his way and
nelped keep up The TighTing spiriT oT The boys he played wiTh,
IT was in The second halT ThaT our boys TirsT discovered ThaT They could really play
ooTball. They began clicking Then and conTinued To click The resT oT The season. They
Iapened up a pass barrage ThaT held The Leopards helpless. The Leopards Tried To
Top The passes, buT wiThouT much success.
STEERS LOSE TO EL PASO 26 TO 6
DeTending champions oT DisTricT 7A, a green, rookie squad sTarTed The TirsT game
oT The '37 season Tor lNlorTh Side aT WorTham Tield in The aTTernoon againsT EI Paso.
Only Two regulars Trom The powerTul '36 Team were leTT-MaTson and MayTield. The
oTher players had had liTTle or no experience in high school TooTball.
Dan Reese, STeer guarTerback, played Tine deTensive ball, passing, punTing and
runnnig like a veTeran and demonsTraTing The abiilTy ThaT was laTer To earn him The
disTincTion OT mosT valuable player in DisTricT 7 TooTball and All-STaTe quarTerback.
The STeers were oTT To a good sTarT and were Tied 6-6 aT The halT, buT in The
remainder oT The game They were all buT carried oTT The Tield. El Paso's passing aTTack
proved TaTal To The group oT small boys represenTing NorTh Side, who losT by a score
The small end oT The I3-7 score didn'T aT all represenT The TighTing spiriT oT The
noys. Even Though They didn'T win, They aT leasT gave The Leopards a baTTle. TULIS
STEERS WIN OVER JACKETS 26 TO O
Playing againsT The Team oT Their Tormer coach, Mack Flenniken, The STeers over-
fhelmed Their opponenTs 26-O.
"Floppy" Blackmon's perTormance will be remembered, Tor iT was This game
fhich Turned him Trom a sub To All-DisTricT end. ATTer inTercepTing a YellowiackeT
'ass he sprinTed Toward The goal To make 6 poinTs in The second guarTer.
MaTson's playing was also ouTsTanding, Tor he was in every play and made The
rsT score. ln This game, ToughT againsT anoTher well-coached Team, The reserves saw
ilenTy OT acTion.
NORTH SIDE TURNS BACK MASONS 7-0
ln Their TirsT conTerence game, NorTh Side goT oTT To a Tine sTarT by upseTTing
Masonic I-Iome 7-O Tor The conTerence leadership. Masonic I-Iome was a heavy TavoriTe
over inexperienced players Trom The school on The hill.
Same Ozee, righT end, made a name Tor himselT when he received The bulleT
passes Trom Reese and scored all The poinTs made-one pass caughT in The Masons'
end zone resulTing in The Touchdown and anoTher making The exTra poinT. I-Ie proved
TasT, rugged, and hard To handle on deTense.
The scoring Took place in The second quarTer. The Masons made a menacing
gesTure during The Third, buT MayTield inTercepTed Pliler's pass To sTop The drive. A
punTing duel beTween Pliler oT Masonic I-Iome and Reese was a TeaTure oT The game.
STEERS DOWN WHIPPETS I9-0 l
On a chilly nighT In Kosciusco, Mississippi, The TasT-working, accuraTe-passing STeers
Trounced Kosciusko I9-O. A score was made in each oT The TirsT Three quarTers, making
The Tinal resulT The same as ThaT oT lasT year. ,
Elmer AddingTon sTood ouT Tor The Texans. A reserve guard, he ToughT every
minuTe oT The game and showed greaT promise Tor nexT season. The brand oT play
used by The STeers was much Too clever Tor The Mississippi Team. Coach Herman
Clark's reserves saw acTion in The inTersT'aTe game, and each boy did his share To obTain,
The vicTory. T
STEERS WARD OFF ATTACK OF MOUNTAINEERS 7-0
A cocky Team TroTTed ouT on The Tield cerTain oT vicTory, buT when They leTT, Th
STeers realized They had been in abouT The roughesT conTesT played all Tall aT La Gravj
Tield. They played poorly, barely winning by a score oT 7-O.
OuTsTanding Tor NorTh Side was a reserve guard, E. J. Kinder, who made sucT
an impression on Coach Clark ThaT he was moved To TirsT sTring guard. l-lis playing
was smarT and eTTecTive as well as rough and rugged. During The play Ringler susTained
an iniury ThaT kepT him ouT Tor The resT OT The season, several members oT boTh Team:
"Dub" lvlaTson scored The Touchdown, and lvlayTield converTed The exTra poinT
All in all, The game was a rough, unskillTul, unsaTisTacTory aTTair.
STEERS WIN OVER PARROTS 6-0
BeTore a crowd oT I2,000, NorTh Side deTeaTed Poly 6-O Tor The second sT'raighl
conTerence vicTory. This game was slaTed To be The "dog-TighT" oT The '37 season.
Led by MaTson, The STeers were deserving oT The vicTory. "Dub" was alerT anc
in on every play. As a line backer he was above average, and as a blocker and pas
receiver he was as good as anyone sees.
Time aTTer Time The ParroTs ThreaTened perilously, only To be Turned back by The
STeers' Torward wall. Once more The NorTh Side spiriT oT cooperaTion and husTle lea
The STeers To vicTory over an inspired Poly eleven.
NORTH SIDE DOWNS EAGLES I2-7
This game puT The STeers on Top in The conTerence race. ATT'er running up .
I2-poinT lead They coasTed To vicTory, buT The Eagles scored 7 poinTs, To be The onl'
conTerence Team To score aT all againsT NorTh Side.
Red MayTield played Tine ball, as he always did. His deTensive playing was 4
TeaTure all aTTernoon, and on oTTense he was especially ouTsTanding. l-le caughT a pas
Trom Reese Tor one oT The scores.
The STeers well earned The vicTory-Their sixTh in succession-by Their husTl'
STEERS BECOME DISTRICT 7 CHAMPIONS IN 7-0 WIN
For The second consecuTive year The NorTh Side boys became DisTricT 7 Cham-
pions, wiTh The righT To enTer The STaTe play-OTT, by deTeaTing Paschal 7-O. Too, This
vicTory marked The TourTh year in succession ThaT The PanThers had been unable To
score againsT The more Tormidable STeers. The game drew a crowd oT I5,000 on
Thanksgiving Day To see anoTher baTTIe in The 24-year-old Teud beTween The rival
Gene Ashmore's playing aT cenTer was mosT impressive. Pop Boone described him
as The Toy cenTer who hiT like a Ton oT brick and managed To geT in every play. He
was selecTed All-DisT'ricT cenTer.
Dub MaTson was iniured, and his absence was a greaT loss Tor The resT oT'The season.
The lone score came in The Third guarTer when Reese passed To MayTield. Reese's
quick-kicking was anoTher ouTsTanding TeaTure oT The game.
,STEERS WIN ON PENETRATIONS
By winning The bi-disTricT conTesT The STeers advanced To The guarTer-Tinals in The
STaTe championship race. RaTed as The underdogs by 3 or 4 Touchdowns, NorTh Side
beaT Woodrow Wilson by 2 peneTraTions To I in a game ThaT was scoreless yeT The
hardesT ToughT oT The season. The STeers were ouTweighed 50 pounds To The man in
The line and IO in The backTield.
Al Harris, aII-disTricT guard, sTood ouT in The line, playing a TasT, hard-charging
game on oTTense and proving deadly on deTense. His playing was The ruggedesT
TooTball wiTnessed during The enTire season. Every member oT The Team gave his
besT perTormance in This scoreless Tie game.
AT The halT The WildcaTs were leading on peneTraTions I-O, buT They Tailed To make
any during The second haIT. The STeers peneTraTed Twice in The lasT halT To win 2-I.
STEERS OVERWHELM SHERMAN 25-7
Making Their highesT score oT The season, The STeers downed Sherman 25-7 in The
guarTer-Tinals oT The STaTe play-OTT. The game was played aT T. C. U. ST'adium in a
cold, chilly wind and icy rain.
Roy Burklow, STeer Tullback, played ouTsTanding ball. His deTense was greaT, and
he made a dazzling run Tor Touchdown aTTer inTercepTing a Sherman pass on his own
20-yard line. Reese and Conway also played a noTabIe game. This was an easy vic-
Tory, in which The reserves had a prominenT parT.
By deTeaTing T'he BearcaTs, The STeers, Tor The second year in succession, advanced
To The STaTe semi-Tinals. X
STEERS LOSE TO WICHITA 25-7
The STeers' vicTorious sTreak ended in a deTeaT by a Team ThaT was iusT Too large
and Too Tough To be wiThsTood by ThaT TighTing spiriT. They were beaTen by a beTTer
Team, buT They ToughT heir hearTs ouT in The eTForT To win The lasT game They were
desTined To play Tor Coach Clark.
Bill CrawTord sTopped The CoyoTes Time aTTer Time. For his abiliTy and TighTing
spiriT he was seIecTed an All-DisTricT Tackle. I-Ie baTTIed unTiI he couIdn'T sTand, buT
kepT up his spiriT and Tine playing.
The Tinal score was 27-7 in Tavor oT The WichiTa Falls Team, led by I-Iarold Fleming,
The "Praying Fullbackf' For The second consecuTive year The STeers had advanced
To The semi-Tinal play-oTT, only To meeT deTeaT by a greaTer Team. The NorTh-Siders
were ouTweighed I5 pounds To The man and were The under-dogs by 3 Touchdowns.
Dan Reese made The score Tor NorTh Side.
B A S K E T B A L L
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE was
Nor+h Side ,. .. . Birdville Norrh Side . . Hasle-H
Norrh Side .. ..,. Ennis Norlh Side ,,..,., Ennis
Norlh Side . .. Handley Norlh Side Arlinglon His.
Norlh Side . ,L..... Hasleli Norlh Side .,.., Paschal
Norrh Side , ., Diamond Hill Norlrh Side ,.,, Poly
Norlh Side , ....... Haslerl Norrh Side .. Haslell
Norlh Side . . . .Eorr Worlh Tech Norlh Side . L , Riverside
Norlh Side 25 ...4,............... Paschal 26
The baslcelball Team had a very successful season, winning many of lheir games. The dislricl chame
pions were barely able +o bear The Team in Jrwo games, The Tirsl' by only 2 poinls and rhe second by
only one poinl.
The Jream was made up of seniors, and nor one lellerman will be baclc nexl year. However, we
have some good yorospeclive players and hope +o malce anolher good record.
Baci: Row: Ernie Johnson, Thurman Grubis, Fred Sfevens, Charles Womack, Capf. W. G. Blaclrmon, Ralph Harriss
Middle Row: Coach Alanis, Charles Conway, Ned Prichard, Vernon Gardner, Billy Fuller, Jack Hubbard, J. D. Albin,
From' Row: Manager Charles Courfney, Buddy Miller, Bill Crawford, Jeff Robbins, Manager Elmer Adding+on
BILL IWEE WILLIEI CRAWFORD, Guard, six feeT one inch
and l75 pounds. Bill was a regular guard. His defensive
worlc was good all season.
JEFF IAZLEI ROBBINS, Forward, five feef nine inches and
I5O pounds. Azle was a liTTle slow To geT sTarTed, buT before
The season was over he was one of our besT forwards. Much
credif is due Azle for his good worlc.
VERNON GARDNER, Guard, five fee-T eleven inches and l6O
pounds. Vernon played good ball This year. He was a good
ball handler and a sfeady guard.
W. G. IFLOPPYI BLACKMON, Cenfer, six feef eleven
inches and ISO pounds, Floppy was a good cenfer buf was
inconsisfenf on his poinf making. We hafe To lose Floppy
because he improves each year.
THURMAN IEARSI GRUBIS, Guard, six feef and l45 pounds.
Thurman was a good guard and was a greaT help in our
BUDDY ICURLEYI MILLER, Forward, five feef eighf inches
and I4O pounds. Buddy was one of our besf players. His
husfle kepT NorTh Side in The ball game. We are sorry
Buddy graduafes This year.
NED PRICHARD, Cenfer, six feeT one inch and I55 pounds.
This was The firsf year Ned played baslceTball for The school.
He was a greaf help, for he could play any posiTion.
JACK HUBBARD, Forward, five feeT six inches and I4O
pounds. Jack was our besT floor man. His abilify To gef The
ball and his husfle lcepf our Team in The game. Jaclc's laclc
of heighf was his greafesf handicap.
T R A C K
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Higfy pain! 1111111 in ly
The STeers won Third place in
The ciTy and disTricT meeT This
year. MOST OT The boys were
seniors. ERNIE JOHNSON,
DELAND DAVIDSON, CLYDE
SMITH, and JACK HORN ran
on The relay. JACK HORN
won The 440-yard run and The
broad jump and placed in The
high hurdles and javelin Throw.
ROBERT MAYEIELD losT TirsT
place in The shoT puT by Three-
TourThs OT an inch. VERNON
GARDNER placed in The lave-
lin Throw. BILLY GREEN ran
on The relay. CLYDE SMITH
placed in The 880-yard run and
The high jump. BUEORD EAVES
placed in The mile run and The
pole vaulT. E. J. KINDER placed
in The 880 and ran on The relay.
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B A S E B A L L
Back Row: Manager Paul Slevens, Roberf Tulis, Roy Burklow, Richard Allen, Charles Womack, Floppy Blackman, Bill
Crawford, Jeff Robbins, Joe Palachelt, Coach Alanis
Fronl Row: Arnold Brown, Gene Ashmore, Charles Couxfney, John Morrison, Jack Morgan, Marion Smifh, J. B.
Vaughan, Buddy Miller, Eldon Hill
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GIRLS BASEBALL-Back Row: Hearon, Shackelford, Shilling,
Cargill, A. Gardner, Shook, Marlalf, Wilson, Henson. Second Row:
Phillips, L. Gardner, Walfers, Renshaw, Meek, Bilbrey, McDade.
BICYCLE CLUB-Cassady, Kimberling, Morrow, Huff, Walfers.
SWIMMING CLUB-Top Row: Kulch, Woods, Moore, Dalrymple,
Hukel. Second Row: Woods, Johnson, Miles, Shellon. ARCHERY
CLUB-Hodgkins, Neal, Swilzer, Franks, Boswell, Thompson, Sfory.
BASKETBALL-Top Row: Hearon, Marlall, A. Gardner, Shook,
L. Gardner, Cargill, Shackelford, Renshaw, Shilling. Second Row:
McDade, Wallers, Meek, Wilson, Bilbrey, Duke Phillips. GIRLS
BALL-Top Row: Shackelford, Wilson, Shilling, Meek,
Bilbrey. Second Row: A. Gardner, Shook, Walfers, L.
Gardner, Diike. GOLF CLUB-Bilbrey, Marks, Woods, Cooper,
Young, McDade, Brewer, Reeves. RIFLE CLUB-J. Beck, Garrelf,
Shilling, E. Beck, Kerlee, Shannon.
Sgf. D, E, Af. L. KK. U, T. CJ
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Officers and Non-com-
missioned Officers of
Company N . . . Scho-
Iasfic and Medal Winners
of Company N . . . Offi-
cers: CAPTAIN VIRGIL
WOFFORD. FIRST LT.
WILLIAM BARNES, SEC-
OND LT. R. J. FLAKE.
SECOND LT. WILLIAM
P. JONES, and faculfy
and company sponsors:
MISS FRANCES SCHO-
BER, GUY EULA I-IUKEL.
JUNE REDDY . . . Four
sfages in rifle marksman-
ship . .
Former Student Has
Lead in University
Mlss Janette Hicks, former North
Slde student, now a sophomore at the
University of Texas, will sing in the
chorus of "A Night at the Mardi Graaf"
one of the scenes from the annual mu-
sical and burlesque show, "Time Stag-
Miss Hicks was graduated from North
Side in 1935 and was very active in
extra-curricular activities. She was
prseldent of the Junior Euterpean Club,
was assistant editor of The Lariat, and
belonged to the Glee Club, Phl Delta
Psi, the National Honor Society, Na-
tional Latin Fraternity, Girl Reserves,
and the Pep Squad.
Miss Hicks came to the university
mower HE LARI
'sors f A
NORTH SIDE HIGH SCHOOL
FORT wonii, TEXAS, JANUARY 6, 1938
e DEDICATIO E As you know, this paper is dedicated to you, the football boys of North Side High. It is the desire of the
1 paper to express a small measure of its apprecuztion for l
' the splendid team and the honor that you brought to North Side High. From comparative obscurity you rose l
to take the championship of District 7. I t is unnecessary to enumerate, the countless trii-
umphs you have made, so in a very few words rnaywe
, say thanks, fellows, you were great. You gave us sixty 3
minutes of thrilling play in every one of your games., 1
And, besides being football heroes, you are mighty fine '
I boys, and to say the least, North Side is proud of you.
All Players Just Squad Elects Reese,
from Texas Christian University. where
she was a member of the Young l.Vom-
en's Christian Association, the Mellorist
Club, and the Angelica Club.
She is working toward a bachelor of
arts degree, and is continuing in her
social activities, belonging to the Y. W.
C. A., Girls' Glee Club, Reagan Literary
Society, Fort Worth Club, and Zeta Tau
,'Tlme Staggers On" is a musical
comedy with skits satirizing campus
events, rind ls presented every year.
This year the production was written
and produced by Joe Whitley, a pro-
66 99 !
Plain Linesmen In
We present to you the clodhoppers
lfootball, heroes to youl oi Miss Ma-
cune's highly tale-nted sixth period gee
ometry class! RUBE WVILLIANV3, the
bright and morning star, teacher's
'stooge and advisor-a future inventor'
of geometric football signals. Ile-man
all ls ARREL ROBERTS, the casanova
of pie football eleven, Some young
lady's sleeping dlsturber, CHARLES
.nr-rnnrw nnmuuv ...a- 4..M,..A.- ae..
Crawford 3 Captains
Lt-tu-rumen of the football squad ,se-
lected Dan Reese and Bill Orawford as
co-captains ol' the 19117 team.
Following a four-year tradition, the
team chose, at the beginning ofthe sea-
son, to let a letterman be captain at
each game and to elect captains for the
year at the end of the season.
This plan was originated to keep down
dissention on the team and was probably
ouefreason why the team went to the
Steers Again Are
Honored By Dads'
Club At Church
Feeding again replaced the hard driv-
ing gamo of football when 43'players
and their fathers were given a feed by
the bads' Club, an organization of tha,
fathers of football players of the North
Side, at. Chestnut 'Avenue Christian
Church, Monday, Jan. 3.
Eating steak with the same vicious-
ness they had when they played each
week, the Steers soon had their plates
empty. But it was only the first time
because ft was filled again. For once
the squad of boys were Kiven all they
could eat and there was plenty-left
There was ,entertainment on all sides,
During the meal there was muslc by a
string band. The famous I. M. Terroll
Negro Quartet sang several songs. These
numbers were dedicated to different
celebrities who were guests at ,the ban-
Putting Mr. Spearman on the spot
with the remarks that next yeafs team
had plenty of experience and should
have .plenty Iof weight, Coach Clark
tultl again of the enloymenfhe had
had the past year working with a group
ul boys who were light and inexperi-
enced but had courage and determina-
tion to fight against weight, and enter
the state semifinals after they were' not
Staff: Homer Joyce, Feature Editor: Virginia Hatcher, Home Room Editor: Lucille Johnson, Contributor to Press and
Personals Editor: Jack Murphy, Editor-in-Chief: Bobbie Hines, Business Manager: Gene Ashmore, Sports Editor: Lone
Marlcgraf, Clubs and Classes: Doris Ferguson, Make-Up Edfior.
Top Row: Earline Beck, Roy Bellamy, Melvin Cooper, Rulh Elder, Claud Fleer, Bill Fuller, La Verne G
Second Row: Raymond Hands, Mariha Marks, Lona Markgraf, Frances Noon, Gaines Plaxco, Rufh Ru
Shook, Helen Young.
PHI DELTA PSI
Lona Markgraf .
LaVerne Gardner . .
The Phi Della Psi Club, composed ol sludenls ol Norlh Side High who have exhibi
abilily in scholarship and school aclivilies, has as ils purpose Io seek our knowledge of I
higher sciences and Io promole inleresl in Ihem. AI Ihe regular semi-monlhly meelings,
. . . Presidenf
, . . Secrefary
. . . Treasurer
. . . . Procfor
he fields ol
Ialks on The
various fields of science, philosophy, elc., are given and round lable discussions are held.
ACTIVITIES FOR YEAR
lnilialion Parry-al home ol Raymond I-lands-Rulh Rushing, Rulh lvlurphree, lvlarlha Marks and
Clillon Tannahill were inilialed-a special lealure was lhe board examinalion given by lvlr, McDaniel
and Ihe ollicers.
Talk-by Dr. Amos lvleyers-subiecl, "The Relalionships ol Science, Philosophy, and Religion."
Skaling Parly-al airporl-given by Billy Fuller.
Picnic-al l-lagood Ranch-given by Helen Young.
Top Row: Burdick, English, Fuller, Hamm, Hubbard, Mahner, McCarley, McMillan
Second Row: Moore, Murphy, Nicks, Reddy, Sandsberry, Shaw, Sfephenson, PewiH
Top Row: BarneH', Bellah, Bellamy, Blaclr, BurkeH, Carlmill, Caslillo, Clemen+s, Cooper, Cooper, Dearing
Second Row: De Forresi, Ellis, Ferguson, Forres+er, Gardner, J. Gregg, V. Gregg, Gu+ierrez, Hagood, Hale, Harcl-ner
Third Row: Henderson, Kerlee, KleH, Lopez, LeggeH, Lamb, Magoffin, Marlzgraf, Mi+chell, Po'Her, Reddy
Four+h Row: Reno, Roberfs, Rushing, Shannon, Shilling, Smi+h, Tannahill, Vloi+os, Voigf, Williams
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Top Row: Boswell, Davis, Elder, Eubank, Gillespie, Grove, Hamm, Hawbalier
Second Row: Henderson, Hubbard, Johnson, Jolley, Lamb, Miller, Parker, PewiH
PAN AMERICAN FORUM
Top Row: Barneff, Bellamy, BurkeH, Cooper, Cooper, EJbanlc, Ferguson, Flee+, Forresfer
Second Row: Fowler, Gardner, Gipson, Grove, Hamm, Hands, Henderson, Hood, Humble
Third Row: Jolley, Kelley, KleH, Landers, Marltgraf, Prayfor, Reddy, Shilling, Voigf, Wai+S
Earline Beck ..,. .....,. . . , . , Presidenf
James SfraH'on . . 4 . , Vice-Presidenl
Vera Meek ...,.. , ..,. Secrelary
Dondena Blaylock .. . , .. Treasurer
Bernice Hale ..,. ...,,.. R eporfer
Mariorie Shook . , . . Social Chairman
Cleo Marlah' ,. . .. . Program Chairman
Theo Eubank ..., .... P ublicily Chairman
The Tau Sigma Club is composed of siudenis of The Commercial Deparimeni. The purpose oi
Jrhe club is To siudy preseni day social and economic opporluniiies, and ro promoie cooperaiion and
friendship among iis members.
Morro: "Be-Her living, Through beiier business, by befier meihoclsf'
Top Row: Dorfhea Bilbrey, Lorene Blaclr, Rosalie Broclr, Florah Jeanne Burlcefl, Ruih Elder, Doris Ferguson, Billy Fes-
cenmeyer, Raymond Hands, Edifh Hood
Second Row: Guy Eula Hukel, Wallace Johnsion, Marceia Jolly, Margie Nell Landers, Loraine McDade, Cora Fay
McVey, Evelyn Praylor, Maxine Robinson, Opal Womack
HOME TALENT PROGRAM-in audiiorium-Jrhose Taking pari were Eveiyn Bussey, I'IeIen Young.
Earline Beck, and Ann Wiggins.
WIENER ROAST-ai Broad View Poini-pieniy of iooci buf marshmallows.
DANCE-honoring February Graduaiinq Ciass-in School Gym-radio-reireshmenis.
GAME FESTIVAL-in School Gym-reireshmenis.
TALK-"Cause and Cure oi War" by Mrs. I'I. V. Shank.
Booi4 REvlEw-of "The Prodigal Pere-mis" given by Mrs. HOgqSe++.
Top Row: Elmer Addingfon, Lafaye Beam, Doroihy BeII, MoseIIe Brown, John Burke, Lois Cargill, Deland Davidson,
Lee EIIa Davis. Mary Lou Dearing
Second Row: Rorofhy Fay Dorris, Lue EIIen Duke, Al Farmer, Claud FIeeI, AIIine Gardner, LaVerne Gardner, Marian
Gillespie, Marfha Hale, Florene Hawbaker
Third Row: Opal Henderson, Margie Lou KeIIey, CuIa Knox, Virginia LocIrhar+, Mariha Marks, Sarah McGee, Beffy
Sue Reed, Mary Louise Nicks, Dorofhy Robinson
Fourih Row: L. B. Sander, Dorofhy Simmons, Coleman Smiih, Sfanford S+eeIe, Connie Wagner, Johanna Wollner,
Junior Woods, Helen Wrighi, Howard Young
Fulure Slenogs . , . Slill concenlrraling . . . Miss Schobens English class . . .
Could lhal be Cookie sludying? . . . The all school presidenlr . . . lvlr, Brous' class
Tries lheir hand al make up . . . lvliss BeCk's malh class . . . Sixlh period sie-sla . . .
Bookkeeping . . .
THE FEED TRCUGH
No. l-1401 N. W. 25th Street
No. 2-1632 Park Place
A Frozen Malted Milk 5c
1 All Flavors Ice Cream-Pints l0c
l Contains l2'Zp Buttertat
DRINKS OF ALL KINDS
AND SANDWICH NOVELTIES
at T R l M B L E ' S
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A Food Balanced by Nature's Own Hand
Your Health and Protection
Wholesale Only At Your Grocer
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OLIVER SHANNON MARVIN SHANNON
Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Secrefary and Treasurer
BEN S. CROW
McDonald 61 Floyd
The Students' Jeweler
First National Bank
205 Wesi' IOH1 S+. Phone 2-28I7
of S T E E R I N N
MASTER Fooo STORES
I4O0 Henderson a+
Henderson S+. Underpass
S 81 H GREEN STAMPS
Spot of North Side
THE FORT WORTH
604 Houston Sl.
Is the Place in Fort Worth to
Paiienls oi IRENE MQRROW, iuiure nurse
Will probably be carried home in a liearse.
ROBERT HAMIV1 and CLAUDE FLEET loo
Wonder, "To loo or noi lo loo?"
JAMES STRATTON and luis liill billy band
lvlalce llwe worsl music in all ilue land.
GROCERY AND MARKET
"M ore of the Best for Less"
l442 44 N M S+
HN Tl-IE YEARS AHEAD, you Want a happy, successful
life, for which you may Well be guided by the lives
of eminent men Whose steady growth has been based
on integrity, good judgment and thriftiness.
The banks of Fort Worth have had a steady growth
and have provided every facility designed to meet the
expanding needs of individuals and business . . . and
you will find them desirous of providing a helpful serv-
ice at all times.
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
The FORT WORTH NATIONAL BANK
CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK
UNION BANK 6. TRUST COMPANY
Member Banks of the Fort Worth Clearing Home Arsociafion
oun Cvlaw I S I S Q-fheatne
"The Bright Spot of North Fort Worthy
I:l5 A. M.
See Your Favorite Screen Stars in
The "PICK OF THE PICTURES"
"WHERE IT IS HEALTHFULLY COOL"
New and Modern Retrigeration Plant Now in Operation
And best wishes tor success and happiness, now that your
high school work is completed!
Extend a hearty welcome to you and to all students ot North Sid
High School. Visit our store at any time. We're glad to have you.
DRUGS - SUNDRIES - CANDIES - TOBACCO
MAGAZINES - FOUNTAIN - CURB SERVICE
WYNNE'S DRUG STORE
I400 No. Main St. FREE DELIVERY Phone 6-I I I I
Margie, Elizabefh, and
Dorolhy . . . Good friends
. . . Lois and Willie Faye
onlering The building . . .
The qigglers . . . Buford,
Charles, Orville, Wallace
and Jack dress up for Sen-
ior Day.. . Billy and Mar-
qarel al 'rhe noon hour...
Azle does a lillle slunling
. . . Jaclc's here again . . .
Evelyn . . . Mildred and
Lee Ella . . . Lona and
The HABCUCK C0., Inc.
F I :ABCUCK CRAFTSMICN take
pride in cluiuig ,flood work -
in always frying to give 11101-0 than
'good enough' 011 each job . . . . . 9
MI L K
TASTE THE DIFFERENCE
For Your Home
2351-55 No. Main 6-3771
A fijx WILSON CLEANERS
1 1 'AI
311 S. Iennings - - - 2-8191
1 1617 N. W. 25th sf. - - 6-0210
A+ Hue Riverside game . . . Mr. Clark, Crew- For
ford, and Mr. Wyaff In a Yocker room H , ,
ference . . , Clark gives a few insfruc Quick Service
E Hue subsfifufe . . .
Everything for Your Car
5 - nb TAQVN N SRX!!!
'ik .. .Q
We specialize in Body and Fender Work
6-2I27 2533 No. Main
HOLD FOREVER THE
HIOHLKSHTS OE YOUR LIFE
The imporranr evenrs, The pleasani
aiiairs, The honorsfwheri They come
doni miss having yourself picrured
in good phoiographs.
The Official Lasso Phofographer I937 l
Phone 2-7IO4 402 Burk Burnerr Bldg.
ALLINE GARDNER and MARGIE SHOOK
Are crammed lull of knowledge lhar ein? in
CLEO MARLATT and DOROTHY POTTER
Wrile verse much worse ihan yooeis had olier.
DICK TARVIN ein? siarvinlq he's skalinl
Enioyin' a iiqhi now and Then-wirh his wife.
Groceries cmd Mecrts
Since 1893 the
in the Box has
been the assur-
HALTOMS of Tm
"Ouorlity, Oudntity G Service" J E W E L E R S x Value to Fort
15 Guy M0119 SI LY E RSMITHS Worth and all
Texas. In the
years to come,
still be Foremost
MAIN AT SIXTH
The Friendly Slore
Wishes You We are slill learning. And probably
a prggperoug ways will bel Conslanlly experimenlin
Changing, finding new ways lo serve yo
F U T U R E beller. The NEW Slriplings is The slo
ol YOUTH, rnoclern in every respect B
lhe olcl ideals ol qualify and lair dealin
And reminds you +0 Shop Monnigg age slill wilh us-These we shall nev
for fashion and qualify C enqe'
t l" 2 FORT woRTi-rs
a i I- FASTEST eRowlNe
THE FAIR ex+encls a sin-
cere wish for a very hap-
py ancl successful fufure.
R. E. COX DRY GOODS CO
Compliments of i'l'19 New Sfyles
S 5: Q CLOTHIERS
810 MAIN ST.
Opposite Texas Hotel
THE CLOTHES YOU WANT AT
THE PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD
Main at Eighth - Fort Worth
TRIPLE XXX THIRS'I'ySTATION
' 801 N. Mani sf. I
HOME COOKED FRIED CHICKEN 35C
Tasty Sandwiches That Are Diyferent
' The Crowds Are H616'Th6Y6,5 a Reason
Unusual Fountain Drinks
Navi Making Our Own Ice Cream
DRINK MILK For HEALTH
Everyone should clrink at
least a quart of sweet
milk every clay. Try
BasweII's sate, pure,
milk for your lwealtlfs
Now lite is a qrincl for poor BILLY SMITH:
An RKO Camera is wlwal' he works with.
Tlwey sing-CLEON HOWARD and J. W.
Tlwe audience stops clapping-starts reaching
JUNE REDDY and RUTI-I ELDER won't be lost
in a crowd,
J Altlwougn they are little-because tl1ey're so
' ' loud.
WF , Speaking ot faults, many girls have a lot.
QIIJHUNE 1'l155'PI1UIIIPTUElIVEIIIf5 Tl1ey're clumb, lazy, seliislwi JUAINIITA is
A North Fort Worth Institution for More Than 29 Years
We Always Appreciate Your Patronage
i .YTNQRTH FORT WORTH'S DEPARTMEN STO ET ,
NORTH SIDE HIGH SCHOOL
Sli. -si T
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North Fort Worth
TO THE STUDENT BODY OF NORTH SIDE HIGH SCHOOL:
The Ex-STudenTs' AssocieTion oT The NorTh Side High
School exTend To you hesT wishes Tor success and pledge
To you Tull suploorT and co-operaTion in all your acTiviTies.
We are proud oT your achieyemenT and when you are
no longer a sTudenT oT NorTh Side High School, we urge
ThaT you aTTiliaTe wiTh The Ex-STudenTs' AssocieTion. lT is
our arnbiTion To build The largesT high school ex-sTudenTs'
associaTion in The SouThwesT. Your supporT in This maTTer
is absol.uTely necessary.. , . S
' N. S. H. S. Ex-STudenTs' AssociaTion,
Ross Trimble, President by
, F iff QW
Facully sleek lry . . . Miss l-lowell powders ner nose . . . The Big Apple . . . Don'+
loolc over my shoulder . . . Mr. Clark in e pensive mood ...' 'Now remember, clwil-
dren' '... Mr. l-lurley poses for ine Cameraman . . . Miss Burlord on Jrlwe campus
. . . Miss Srnillw and lroplsiy . . . Miss Sclwober dons ner Cadel uniform . . . Mrs.
Wallenberg, a very busy Senior Sponsor , . .
EASIERQ X g
Reddy Kilowatt always is on the job to make
seeing tasks easier, if youill give him the right
kind of lamp. The best way to be sure you
have enough of the right kind of light is to get
an I. E. S. Better Sight lamp, scientifically de-
signed to provide soft, glareless light.
TEXAS ELECTRIC Sfnvlcf COMPANY
District Champions, I936- I937
Your many triends and support-
ers are proud ot you and your
record. Your wonderful spirit
and determination combined
with unusual ability achieved a
record second to none.
May all tuture Steers protit by
your clean sportsmanship and
Texas Electric Service Co.
2204 North Main sf.
Fort Worth, Texas
SAFE, SURE, SOU ,
Whaf Made Gan Nay 1qmdifia14eL,
WHY TAKE YOUR BUSINESS
There are many good reasons Why the high school graduate should take a
business course illzllzwfiaicfly after receiving his diploma. Here are some of them:
CID If you are trained for business employment and then wish to go to
college, you can use your education both to help you with your studies and to pay
your expenses in case you need to be self-supporting.
C21 If you do not finish your four-year course in college, you have some-
thing to fall back on for self-support.
C31 If you finish your university course and cannot find employment in
the profession for which you have qualified, you can take a business job.
C41 If you follow the profession for which you prepare in college, a knowl-
edge of business will help you to make it practical. You will notice that the
best lawyers, the best doctors, the best engineers, etc., are all good business men
C51 If you do not desire to go to college, you will be able to secure a
position and begin your business career as soon as you complete your commer-
A great many educators are saying, "FIRST finish high school, NEXT take a
business course in a business school, and THEN go to college or go to Work."
y y BRANTLEY. DR
nn- 11- lllii
fill Jfwae a aah efzance al'
auf- faafdnq Wann? peadon Wad?
WHERE IS OPPORTUNITY?
In many places there is 110 opportunity-and for many people there is 110
opportunity. Opportunity travels on a high level-and opportunity, like a fast
train, seldom stops where there is no chance to do business.
It is certainly true that the greatest opportunities today are in the field of
business-and also that opportunity means most to those who are prepared to
render superior service in this field.
If we are to take earnings as a basis for measuring success, business ranks
head and shoulders above all other vocations. Making money is not the whole
measure of success, but it is OIIC' of fha' very cfsswzfirzl fczvfors.
You are looking ahead and thinking ahead. You now have your basic edu-
cation, and you're anxious to know where' your chance for achievement lies. If
you will look about you, you will conclude that there are a lih0IlSll1ICl, business men
needed for every doctor, every clergyman, every lawyer, every engineer, and every
architect in the community. In other words, there are a thousand calls for trained
young people in business to one for those trained for any given profession.
Business training will prepare you to make a living-that is the firsf step to-
ward useful citizenship. It has been said that the kind of life one lives is deter-
mined by the way one makes one's living. If this be true-and it is-it is
important to be able to make enough money to live well!
Fori' Wo rfh, Texas
Lunch room scene . . . lvlarceia ancl Theo slroll around . . . Ina Mae shading lhal school-girl com-
plexion . . . Ellen, Lillian and LaVerne . . . The serious husband . . . ll musl have been windy . . .
Wha+! No wafer? . . . You here again? . . . Save lhe bullon . . . Our former coach . . . Duck or
youll gel hil . . . Lucille, Claylon, and Marie . . . Mr. Wyall looks al The snow . . . Nice wealher for
Eslcimos . . . Posing in lhe snow . . .
Wolf 82 Klar
1505-B Blain 2-7167
CAPS AND GOWNS
SCHIVIIDT ENC-RAVING CO.
924 MULKEY PHONE 4-6177
f25an'l' cfie an ifziacf
So you've finished High School . . .
Congratulations! You're on third base
in this game oi School Life. Go on to
College and best wishes for a home
run . . .
CAPS AND GOWNS
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
An institution of guality and distinction recognized by all the
great accrediting agencies of America.
Texas Christian University has a plant valued at Sl,500,000g
seven huge buildings of brick and concrete.
Texas Christian University has a student body of 2,000 students
from l7 states and 2 foreign countries, it has a faculty of 75 high-
ly trained men and Women, over l0,000 men and Women have
passed through its halls. lt has honored all the professions by
its students and graduates.
Texas Christian University offers a thorough training in many
fields, Liberal Arts, the Teaching Profession, Business Adminis-
tration, Music,Art, Public Speaking, Ministerial Service, Religious
Education, lournalism, and gives unusual advantages to those
looking to the professions in the Pre-Medic, Pre-Legal, and Pre-
Engineering courses. lt offers to the city, the state, and the
nation, liberal culture in healthful, wholesome environment.
lt invites patrons and students to the Widest and most profitable
investment afforded by our civilization today.
What finer heritage can the parents of America leave to their
children than a chance for a college education in an atmos-
phere of refinement.
THE EVENING COLLEGE
50 different courses in the evening for peo-
ple in business, as Well as teachers.
525 enrolled this session in evening classes.
Classes meet at T. C. U., downtown, and at
other convenient places.
For Catalog and Other Information, Address
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
Pom' WORTH, TEXAS
Oh, Jrhe bell line . . . Miss
Pope braves lhe sun . . .
Be++y, Alice, Shirley, Elea-
nor . . .The bell iusl rang
...The sfudenl body sup-
porfs Jrhe baseball Team
. . . lnleresled speclafors
. . . LaVerne, Cleo, ancl
Dorolhy, high seniors . . .
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Gampleielq New, Paicecf Sa .few
ERNEST ALLEN MOTOR COMPANY
Sixth at Commerce St. Phone 2-4171
CLIFF MAGERS CHEVROLET COMPANY
2224 North Main St. Phone 6-1171
SOUTHWEST CHEVROLET COMPANY
West Seventh and Henderson Sts. Phone 2-2313
The above pho+o shows a number of graduafes
shopping ai' our sfore.
We appreciale lhe opporlunily of supplying lhe needs of lhe
rnaiorily ol Jrhe graduales lor many years. ln rnany cases we
have supplied lhe wanls ol The same girls and boys from Jrhe
lcindergarlen lo lheir gradualiong even including Jrheir gradua-
lion invilalions and cards which we are furnishing lhis class as
well as lorrner classes.
Our sloclc is complele in everylhing lhal you rnighl wanl in
rnen's, ladies' and children's wear, from head lo fool. Our
prices as low as possible, gualily, of course, lo be considered.
We invile your inspeclion.
nz-:inch fllmy Qoodla Co.
3 Deliveries Daily-af IO-2 8: 4
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