Plainview High School - Plain View Yearbook (Plainview, TX)

 - Class of 1935

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A small matter of importance which was the subject of much discussion. pro and con. for awhile. was the question of changing the school colors. and our sponsors and faculty advisers found that although a student body may be farfsighted it can be crossfeyed on many things thee heel. However. after all these heated arguments we emerged with red and blue. instead of green and white. as our school colors. It was with mingled feeling of pride and regret that the Seniors of 1935 saw this change made. yet they gladly particif pate-d in anything which would result in the forward movement of Plainview High, Though it is commonly known that in the spring a young man's fancy turns to love. it seems that in Plainview High young man and maid alike turn their thought to contests of every kind. They have been successful. and while electing the football queen. annual queen. dairv show queen and the most popf ular girls of each class. we managed to make enough money along the lines intended to keep us safely out of debt. Heighfho. Most satisfactory! Not that it makes any difference, but after careful consideration we have decided that if the truth were told. the following would come under the classification of people we like: Dear friends who loan us money: instructors who are gullible enough to enjoy seeing their names in print, and as a result give the writer a good grade: and people with cars who are dumb for smartl enough to let other people drive them: while under people we don't like-wellffreshmen with that Mknowfitfall air"g personal enemies of the writer: instructors who are smart enough to give us what we deserve. and no more: mugs who won't set us up to the drinks: and people we envy and don't want to admit it. Ben johnson declared that Shakespeare would have done hetter if he had written less. Perhans the P. H, S. annual would he better off if at least one of its columnists took the hint. so as they say in France - aw river. YYY YY Y Well-7 well well --'arid here we have a group of well lgnowri, distinguished and hon' oruble teachers and professovs. First we .See Mr, Laax with his "Pride and -lov", Ther: Froggy and a book containing his favorite subjects for class tallqx. Mr. Davis is shown with hix hobby. George E. looks as if he were about ready to burst into the School Song. Underwood is probably selling or colf lecting for tickets as usual. This time it's Mi.sx Campbell, heh, heh!! And Billie with, would you say hobby? . . . perhaps riot. But of course Dorsey has no use for all this 'non' sense ...,, 9 THE 1935 PLAINVIEW ffl elf X ..,. 4 N, Xie. JC

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Q ,g ia-s..A. 4 O. L A A S Prmeipal nj' the High Selina! VY IN AND OUT OF By ANNiaTTia ln and nut the elass ruunis, day by day. lile gives nn at Plainview Hi. Friendships .ue made. hupes crushed. pledges bruken. pet hates burn. and yet nothing ever happens, 'There are eertain sights and sounds that are usually evident. lu which we become su aeeustnnied that they seein tu held little sig' nilieanee. yet without them lile at Plainview Hi wuuld indeed be rubbed ul inueh nl its :estlul spirit. lt seems queer tu think ul' it. and we ad' nut that we dun't specially eare either. but we wmitler what wuuld happen il: A gruup ul' Sigma Deltas weren't seen lurking in the hall. trying tu decide whether lu inake teinpnrary pledge Asher eliinb a tree upside down, ur live un eraekers and water lui' a week. lfrnggy Lnyvuiu didn't expuund on his merits as a bigfleague player. lf. Nelle 'l'hateher. bless her heart, didf n'l run .uivund trying tu eulleet ads for the dear nl' l'. H. S. annual. and see that every' unc was getting alung all right. CLASS ROOMS w C,ui.i.n R Charles Vv'iniberley didn't run down the hall luudly prnelainiing that everyone better get nut nl' his way 'cause here he CUHIUS. lVv'hnupeel Wlizit a partylll Latrell Richardson and Lynn Bain stay' ed in third periud study hall lor a whnle huur just une day. Miss Pluininer didn't have a hard tune trying tu keep order amung a certain gruup ul gurls in the upper north hall. .lean Guuldy didn't gallup dnwn the hall in breathless pursuit ul snnie unknown 173 persun. Glenn Ellis passed an English test. Mi. Dorsey didn't have tu break up ll Hudtlle Club ineeting regularly every innrnf ing. and lullnw each nieinber to her respective K.lmlN5. Mike Kirk sat quietly thruugh one elass. -lack Wells suddenly became shy and inudest. Mr. Pruitt taught Home Eeunuinies. THE 1935 PLAINVIEW



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