Temple High School - Cotton Blossom Yearbook (Temple, TX)

 - Class of 1927

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W"l"9"l"H ""'PY'F'YP"'7 KHEW F7718 Catton Blog-,rom TEMPLE HIGH SCHOOL Temple High School's marching on Seven hundred fifty strong! Hear her bugles loudly hlare, Bee her banners high in hir, Floating over victories won- Temple High Schoo1's marching ion! We are students of to-dayl' To-morrow's world shall hear our sayg Now our quest we've just begun, , Forty years yet 'fore 'tis done Till we've gained our sep'1-ate throne! Temple High Sehool's marching on! Grandly we are keeping step, Full of vim and youthful pep! We brandish sword' and dere our foe, Our vict-ry means another's woe! Gladly Ho! we sing this song !- Temple High School's marching. on! Let us keep that spirit brave, - Counting on the prince and knaveg Know no other save the right, Trust to God and dare the fight! Then we'll sing this hearty song- Temple High School's marching on! J. D. 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Y :LM -' , VERA ALLISON Mate Mitchell '26, '27 EDNYARD MCALEXANDER Glee Club Junior Boys' Forensic D. C. BENNETT DOROTH Y CARR Mate Mitchell '26. '27 Lain Club '27 Home Economics '26, '27 Tennis '27 Choral Club '26, '27 Winner of State Piano Contest RUTH YOUNG Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Latin Club '26 Junior Choral Club '26 Home Economics '26 BERNICE BUCKELLEW Band '26, '27 Orchestra '26, '27 Choral Club '26, '27 'I 3,1 KATHRYN BASSETT Junior Choral Club '24, '25 Story Teller '25 Mate Mitchell '27 Choral Club '27 Yell Leader '27 Annual Staff '27 Home Economics '26. '27 Tennis Club '26, '27 A UREBA BAKER Story Teller '23, '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '25, '26. '27 Junior Choral Club '24, '25 Home Economics '26. '27 OPAL BENNETT I' UGENE AZBILL Orchestra '25, '26, '27 Baud '27 Annual Staff '27 Junior Boys' Society '24 Tennis '27 One-Act Play '27 BIRCH BLALOCK JVVIMIE LEE BLAKE ROBERT COOPER Junior Boys' Society '22, '24 ADELE BURR Junior Choral Club '24, '25 Senior Choral Club '26 Latin Club '26 Mate Mitchell '26 Story Tellers '24, '25 J. D. CARROLL President Senior Class '27 Wilmer in Declamation '26 One-Act Play '27 Glee Club '27 Junior Boys' Society '24 Forensic '26 Latin Club '26 MARY HILLMAN BURNS Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Choral Club '25 Latin Club '26 Home Economic-s '26, '27 ELVA LOIS CALLAHAN Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Home Economics '26, '27 LORRAINE CAGLE Story Tellers '23, '24 Spanish Club '24, '25 Home Economics '27 BERNICE BULLARD Story Tellers '24, '25 Spanish Club '26, '27 ALLEYNE BOLIN Home Economics '26 Declamation '27 BUSTER BROWN Yell Leader '25, '26 Junior Debating Society Glee Club Annual Staff Forensic GARLEN BRYANT Forensic '27 Basketball '26, '27 Annual Staff '27 TULLINE BUCKELLEW Band Orchestra Choral Club CHRISTYNE BOUCHILLON LINN FOUST Annual Staff RUSSELL HOWARD NELLIE CATER Annual Staff Choral Club Latin Tournament IEARL CHRISTIE OI.l 1.01 Spanish Club '25, '26, '27 VE CASTLEMAN Story Tellers '24, '25 Junior Choral Club '25 Latin Club '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Home Economics '26, '27 S CHILDRESS Story Tellers '24, '25 Spanish Club '25. '26, '27 Choral Club 25 'CURTISS R. KUSCHKE VIRGINIA CROSNO Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Latin Club '26 Choral Club Debater '26, '27 ELIZABETH DOWNS Story Tellers '24, '25 Latin Culb '25, '26, '27 Junior Choral Club 24, '25 Home Economics Club '26 Latin Tournament '25, '26, '27 Essay Writing '27 Senior Choral Club '26, '27 JEWELL DICKSON Story Tellers '23, '24 Mate Mitchell '25 Latin Club '25 LIBBIE DILLARD Story Tellers '23 GUSTAV A. LANGE EARLE NEAL Basketball '25, '26, '27 Track '25, '26 Glee Club 26, '27 Officer Senior Class WILLIAM MESSER LOYCE GILLEY Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 MINNIE KATHRYN ENBANKS Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Latin Club '26, '27 Home Economics '26, '27 Choral Club '24, '25 A LVVILDA FREEMAN Story Tellers Junior Choral Club Mate Mitchell Home Economics EVELYN DRAKE Home Economics '26, '27 Mate Mitchell '27 CHARLES ROBERTS Football '25, '26 Glee Club MABLE HARRISON ROBERT ROBERTSON Junior Boys' Society '24, '25 Forensic '26, '27 ANNA DELL HANES Story Tellers 23, '24 Mate Mitchell '25, '26 Junior Choral Club '23, '24 Senior Choral Club '27 Tennis Club '26, '27 ESSIE MAY HAY Story Tellers '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Home Economics '26, '27 SOPHENIA BAKER HASTINGS Story Tellers '22, '23 Mate Mitchell '24, '25 Junior Choral Club '24, '25 Spanish Club '24, '25, '27 Home Economics '27 CLAUDE SELLERS Junior Boys' Society '23, '24 Forensic '26, '27 Latin Club '24 Band '26, '27 AUDREY JACKSON Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Junior Choral C'lub '24, '25 Senior Choral Club '27 Latin Club '26, '27 Home Economics '26, '27 Treasurer of Senior Class '27 Latin Tournament '27 LETA LAMAR ADALENE KIRK Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '25, '27 Choral Club '27 FRANCES HOBBS Choral Club A. J. SEWELL Junior Boys' Society '23 Band '26, '27 SETH TEMPLE Band '24, '25, '27, '27 Orchestra '24, '25, '26, '27 Forensic '26, 27 Junior Boys' Society '24, '2 Tennis '24, '25, '26 Annual Staff '27 MARY LOUISE LOXVRY Story Tellers '25, '26 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 ANTONETTE MACHALEI7 HAYWARD SHULL Football '23, '24, '25, '26 Basketball '23, '24, '25, '26 Baseball '24 Glee Club 23, '24, 25. '26 MA RGUERITE McKAY Senior Choral Club '24. FANNIE MCLAUGH LIN MARGARET GRIMES Story Tellers '24, '25 Home Economics '26 Latin Tournament '26, '27 EULA HANCOCK DOROTH EA G RIFFIT H UMA GRAETER. Story Tellers '24 Mate Mitcliefll '26, '27 DAN PERR Y Football '26 Glee Club LEWIS POLLOK Winner Goodrich Jones Medal '24 Declamation '25 Debater '26, '27 Junior Boys' Society '24, '25 Latin Club '26 Basketball '27 Track '27 ELIAS ZUROVEC Junior Boys' Society Forensic GLADYS NEAL CHARLES WALKER Football '26 Forensic Latin Club Junior Boys' Society REGINA MURPHY Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Home Economics '26 Choral Club '25 ERMA MOORE Latin Club '26, '27 Mate Mitchell '27 Story Tellers '25, '26 Junior Choral Club '2 TWILA MILES v 5 '2 TOM VILLEROSO MARY LEE MESSER Story Tellers Home Economics Mate Mitchell HAZEL MADELEY Junior Choral Club '24, '25 Senior Choral Club '27 Mate Mitchell '26. '27 Story Tellers '24, '25 Latin Club '25, '26, '27 Home Economics '26, '27 Editor of Annual '27 Dec-lamation '26, '27 HELYN MAHLER Story Tellers '24, '25 Spanish Club '25, '26, '27 Home Economics '26 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Spelling '26. 27 LILLIAN MACHALEK Story Tellers '23, '24 Mate Mitchell '25, '26, '27 Spanish Club 24, '25, '26 Choral Club '26, '27 Home Economics '25, '26, '27 Annual Staff '27 TOWNSIE THOMPSON Latin Tournament '24, '25 Editor of Annual '27 LETHA PARKER Latin Tournament '25, '26, '27 Choral Club '25, '27 Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Latin Club '26, 27 Spelling '26, '27 Annual Staff HARRY FIRSTBR.OOK, Jr. Forensic '26, '27 CORNELIA NOBLE Story Tellers '24, '25 Junior Choral Club '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 Latin Club '26, '27 Senior Choral Club '27 Secretary Senior Class '27 ENID REAKS Story Tellers '23, '24 - Latin Club '25 D. M. GRUBBS Annual Staff '27 Glee Club '26, '27 Basketball '27 TYRA SANFORD Mate Mitchell 26, '27 CLARENCE HUDSON HENRY HEMPEL Football '26 MARGARET NEAL Mate Mitchell '25, '26 Home Economics '26, '27 VELNA NEYVB Y Story Tellers '24, '25 Junior Choral Club '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '25, '26 Spanish Club '25, '26, '27 WILLIAM COOPER Basketball '27 CASTELAINE NELSON Story Tellers '24, '25 Junior Choral Club '24, '25 Mate Mitchell 26, '27 Home Economics '26, '27 Senior Choral Club '27 JERRY MACHALEK BERTA LEE SHIRLEY LA VETA SEALY DAISY SIMMONDS Story Tellers 24, '25 Latin Club '26, '27 Choral Club '24, '25. '27 EL Y GLASS ELGIE SEAGO Mate Mitchell '25, '26 Story Tellers '24, '25 Spanish Club '26 Track '24, '25, '26 Junior Choral Club '24 Captain Basket Ball '26 Basketball '23, '24, '2', ' 6 Yell Leader '26, '27 Choral Club '26, '27 I NAOMA NICHOLS .Iunior Choral Club '24 Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26 Latin Club '26 Senior Choral Club '27 PRESTON CARBERRY NELTA MAE WHITE Spanish Club '26, '27 Story Tellers '25 Mate Mitchell '26 Annual Staff '27 Exteinpore Speaking '2 ESTELLE TWITTY Story Tellers '25 Mate Mitchell '26 DORIS THOMPSON Choral Club '24, '27 MAURICF1 THOMAS Story Tellers '23 Home Economics '26, 'if LEE THOMAS Debater '26, '27 Declamation '24 Extempore Speaking '25 Winner of Jones Medal '2 Forensic '26. '27 OLLI E MAE STREATER Mate Mitchell '25, '26 Choral Club '27 JOHN F. RETTIGER G LADYS SMITH Story Tellers '24, '25 Mate Mitchell '26, '27 SALLIE SMITH BEATRICE STEVENS ASHLEY ELLIOTT .lunior Boys' Society '23 Latin Club '24, '25 RUTH WHITE Story Tellers 24. '25 Latin Club '25, '26, '27 ' Senior Choral Club 27 Critic of Senior Class NELL VVILLIS Story Tellers '23, '24 Home Economics '26, '27 AUGUST LANGE GERTR-KDE XVILLIG Story Tellers '23, '24 Junior Choral '24, '25 Latin Club '25, '26 Mate Mitchell '25, '26 Senior Choral Club '27 MARY EDNA YOUNG Spanish Club '25, 'Z6. '27 '24 DICK WATTS One-Act Play '27 VERNON EMBLER Football '26 EDIVIOND DENISON WOODIE ZACHRY Glee Club '23, '24, '25, '26, '27 Football 24, 2-5, 26 Basketball '23, '24, '25. '26. '27 Track '23, '24, '25, '26 TAYLQR JOH NSON Football '25, '26 Baseball '24, '25, 26, '27 Track '25, '26, '27 Spanish Club '24, '25. '26. '27 Basketball '25, '26 n,',!,,,,',,.,.,,,. .,,r-.3,,.,..--wwqvvwqg-n,,F.!-mga, Y Y 5 e Cotton Blossom - .DD Q ,. l O rj sp U - U H l 0 l l l l l TO THE CLASS OF '27 t l Now stretch the long,Nmysterious years before use l The dim, unfathomed years with feet of gold. Who can foretell what clouds shall gather o'er us? l Or who can say what joys their broad grasps hold? With steady tread, we enter on life's journeyg n With calm, clear eyes and heads, erect and proudg Incredible that life can make us weary, I N lv l For now we lift our voices, gay and loud. t The strange tomorrows hold no terrors for usg l And we on our glad way so blithely go i l 'lhat solemn dangers fade away before us, l And, e'er we lueet them, overcome our foes. l l Now sinks the last red sun on these pleasant days, , t Tomorrow's dawn will view another sceneg l l And we who trod along these accustomed ways l No more shall in these well-loved halls be seen. l But memory will bless these yesterdays- t Will treasure up for us these joyful scenes, y And sing for us some sweet and happy lays, l And whisper low about them in our dreams. l But still, no lasting sorrow mars this parting- We look ahead ro new and better days. -Nellie Cater. N l 5 4- l -S- n h I 1' I p ll' 1 + ' 1 l u UL 4. 1.1.35 Q4-Ei-1-1-EI 4 . L ri- .. 1 Y on. 4 ' 15-nf -M., ,T,,,..V. -Ev----H-. l, fr v ,- -.W ,,,,.,.,,, I-, ,,,,, lwmliqmw ALM vw lvl?-yr V' Q I ix 'qlqle Cbftvn 87053-om 4 9.55: 0 R u ll H 9 9 0 MID-YEAR SENIORS Barton, Albert Barrett, Bernard Booth, Wiley Culp, R. O. Cummings, Roy 1 Doshier, Alfred Erskine, Fontaine Foreman, W. L. Gibson, Richard Hargroye, Hull Hurtick, Nuel Kelly, Maurice Kersey, Clinton Koch, Barton Little, Homer Lunsford, John McBurney, Robert Rector, Fred Saunders, Burleson W Smith, Marcus Zarr, Lynn ' Dodd, Madalene Furl, Alma Gandy, Helen Gillespie, Jeanette Goad, Virginia Griffith, Harrison Hughes, Mary Jackson, Odessal Janak, Helen Johnson, Mildred Lesikar, Lydia Liles, Pauline Prater, Bernice Rector, Veta Strange, Louise Williams, Marguerite Wi1kerson,! Rada Wheeler, Laura Woodall, Eunice York, Malta May l 4- , A . T 1' .M I 'i' 5 N ,I 5 ,H-4-4-1,154 Q4-rs-A-af-B, 'WPFFUM' T .W 'rw' QTYTI Mm 'X My wwv.. , -. J 'rl , A . . 1. .. ,,. l B Fine c tton 1 0 O , A Al 0 5 0'-' "' B --411-F I JUNIOR CLASS ROLL 0 l . Akridge, lWayne Schiller, B. W. Goldsboro, Mary Frances Alvarado. Roy Sellers, William Goad, Dena Barton, Robert Smith, Marcus Greeley, Edna Bennett, lSelma Smith, Harry Graves, Nell Blackburn, Robert Stavinoha, Robert Grazier, Nell Bond, Oral Streater, Roderick Gresham, Elizabeth Brewer, T. Talley, Barton Gungelman, seg-ne Childress, Jack Vann, Henry Hartman, Leulee Clark, A- J- Wade, D311 Hawkins, Opal Cox, Jack Wade, Blake Helms, Faye Cox, Geonge Allen Ward, Lewis Helms, Vlvlen Croft, Ferris Weathers, Warren Hlpp, Myrtle Daude, Albert Watson, Cooper . Hoffman, Llzzell Eberhardt, Edmond Weems, Bill I-lumen, Melve Evans, Robert Weathers, Robert Jgneg, Laverng FUDDO, Allfred Wells, Benjamin Jones, Mary Alice Fox, Ernest Whisennand, Dovanan Kel-beck, Mgrjorig Fuller, Roland Wilburn, Robert Kelley, Ruth Goldberg,,Morton Woodall, Walter Kel-ley, stelle Goolsby. Wayne Adamlck, Hattie Mahler, Thelma, Gresham, IBob Akin, Ruby Maples, Mary Lee Harl, Tom Alexander, Sara Elizabeth Mel-ee, Jgnnig Harris, John Alexander, June Eva McFarland, ollle May Harrison, lJohn Anthis, Geoffery MeLeu1-ln, Willie Mae Henson, Duke Aycock, Opal Mekeynelde, Mary Holcomb, J. C. Barton, Frances Messer, Minnie Homuth, arl Bass, La Verne Morrison, lla H0pkil1S, 01111 Bollchlllon, Wilma Mullins, Dornthy Hoyle, Ray Brooks, Zinn Nelson, Winnie Jackson, .Farrell Burchard, Helen Peck, Ilaverne Jackson, Hal Burns, Bonnie Pedlgo, Virgie Lee James, Edward Brindley, Mildred Pochman, Irene Jenkins, Qrulncy Brown, Julia Polak, Laurene Johnson, E. C. Carter, Cathryn Polak, Marie Johnson, Williams Carver, Faye Pollard, Margaret Kirk, W. T. Chaffln, Lillian Porter, Merle Korkames, Joe Connell, Hadie Lee Porter, Alta Mabry, John Henry Copeland, Cristyne Punchard, Frances Maedgen, Lee Daniels, Claire Rhode, Louise Martin, Alton Davenport, Kathryn Roberts, Hazel Manley, Clarence Deason, Margaret Robertson, Marie McDonald, Miles Doshler, Ethel Rushing, Myrtlce McDonald, Douglas Doshler, Gladys Schiller, Cora Lee McFarlln, ,Robert Lee Dulaney, Alice Simmonds, Margaret McKenzie,'Glen Duncan, La Verne Smith, Dorothy Melton, Sam Ebner, Olga Smith, Estelee Mills, Kenneth Ellis, Emily Stewart, Eugenia Mitchell, Joe Forrester, Sara Stokes, Harriet Pass, Lamar Foust, Lois Swink, Luclle Peck, Lamar Frazier, Inez Thlelepape, Mabel Peterson, Malcolm Fuller, Lois Tice, Catherine Querner, Jimmie Gardner, Dorothy Walker, Lois Rawlings, Wade Garner, Lois Webb, Dovle Lee Reynolds, Travis Garner, Wilma White, Luclle 5 Sinclair, Carey Giles. Sibyl White, Mabel Q Scanlo, Thomas Gllstrap, Inez Zarr, Margaret 5 I M I .el ,ll r ' I IQ GF:-Ee-Q Q-4-za--1-I-21, l --nv-. :. -1: . --,Y .Q ,..., ,.. '--nv-up-'-vynp-'-,,,l-,-., 11.-.--,v, 'qi C7718 Cotton Hloyyom ix' gang, 2 O Barry, Claude Bishop, Burton Brightwell, Clyde Brooks, Robert Britton, Oliver Brown, Elmer Bullock, Norman Burmeister, Herman Callaway, Paul Caldwell, Wallace Carroll, Jesse Chaffin, James Chance, Frank Chisolm, Fred Crawford, Thomas Cooper, Robert Cornelius, Aubrey Culp, Jack Danquard, Ernest Dolan, Jim Dunlap, Jeff Durden, Aubrey Faith, J. D. Foust, Lucian Garth, Sam Gibson, Harvey Grazier, Philip Gregory, Bill Harris, Weldon Hay, John Haynie, Rudolph Henson, Darrell Hill, Frank Holtzelaw, Seth Honeycutt, Rufus Horan, Lavelle Howard, Thomas Jacob, Alvin Janak. Harry Jarrell, B. N. Johnson, William Jones, Lee Lee, Robert LeMay, K. L. Liles, Winston Lowry, Martie Marek, Frank Martin, Carl Mask, Jim May, Melvin Mayfield, Lee Messer. Marian SOPHOMORE CLASS ROLL McElroy, Buster Meeker, Riley Netherlin, Virgil Nicholas, J. L. Parker, 'Willie Pangburn, Charles Patterson, James Paysse, Edward Perry, Coy Pickett, Garland Plaster, Quentin Raney, J. D. Ray, James Roach, Joe Robinson, Orval Robinson, Murton Schulze, Robert Smith, Wilbur Spencer, James Stalkup, Fred Swink, Jesse Taylor, Weldon Temple, Raymond Thompson, Will Tomlinson, Hamlett Ward. Earl Wayland, William Wilson, Claude White, Charles Whitlow, Joe Yarbrough, Henry Young, Harrison Yountz, Albert Adams, Shirley Aycock, Opal Balch, Louise Blint, Helen Blomquist, Le Verne Boyd, Maurine Bowley, Louise Cast, Dorothy Clark, Mary DeBusk, Maxine Easley, Willie Joe Enloe, Blanche Evans, Mary Ruth Evans, Virginia Felder, Lamartine Flowers, Fannie May Fisher, McNell Ford, Lillie Mae Greer, Dorothy 9 U lj 43 Q Hancock, Mildred Hawkins, Virginia Holden, Mary Elizabeth Hood, Joyce Hughes, Josephine Jackson, Helen Jackson, Mary Alma Jackson, Ruth Jones, Juanita Killingsworth, Claudeen Lankford, Evelyn Lamar, Carrie Lamb, Ethel Lusk, Viola Madeley, Iladene Maples, Barbara McClure, Lorena McQueen, Ouida Miller, Leona Miller, Exie Miles, Laura Lee Mitchell, Curtis Mouser, Laurine Mooney, Dorothy Mozeley, Evelyn Norwood, DeLette Oliver, Mosette Pargen, Sallie C. Payne, Dorris Peck, Hazel Pope, Minnie Prater, Mabel Ray, Sybil Rector, Genevieve Smith, Christine Seybold, Margaret Shirley, Merle Smith, Walla Mae Stephens, Nan Temple, Virginia Stiff, Mary Tyree, Lena Thomas, Annie Willis Walker, Louise Westerman, Mary White, Mary Catherine Willoughby, Bess Withers, Lucile Wood, Mary Frances Woodall, Ola Wright, Sarah Young, Ethel McCelvey, Staton Haag, Ethel Zachry, Eileen 0 McDonald, Lester Halbert, Jewel T 7' 7' 'T' 5' H 'r 'F T T' G- 4-1-1-1-+-1 -Q4-rn-A-1-B mhz- 0 if U - -if-if-, Q lf'iff771e L'?qff0nv 51b,?Q0mjfb- an Q 1 , 0 4 u fi 3 P M i 1 V A XX Z fe? 5 Q 0 , Q ff MW' 7 ,tw J f be ,l Y L1 LLESLL-L M111 4 0 L L51 6+ F5 .s- Z 'E' a M I T w Q.!1F!1!i+q" H Q4-nfbfkkfa I . - . .vi ,, -. ,...,.-,..1 - "p-v--:earn--suun5gy,,',-.,., ,4 'qI777le Cotton Blossom FRESIHMAN CLASS ROLL 0 Alston, Buford Korkames, Louis Bryant, Dean Melton, Elizabeth Alsup, Joe . Ater, A. C. Attaway, William Baugh, Bob Baugh, Don Bond, Gethzon Brooks, Vancil Brown, Garland Bruce, James Caldwell, Hugh Callahan, Elbert Cargill, Frank Cawthon, Nath Caffey, Willie Chaffin, John Chaffin, Preston Colbert, Berma Colburn, Conley Davis, Grayson Denison, Jack Denison, Mack Denson, Jim Dillard, Boyd Driscoll, Billy Enloe, Curtis Ferguson, Hugh Ferguson, Gano Flippo, Guy Foyt, Harold Foyt, Leland Foyil, Elwyn Korkames, Harvey Labit, Billy Machalek, Joe Manning, Walter Martin, J. T. Mason, Hubert Medford, Joe Meeker, Charles Miller, Henry Mitchell, Harley Morris, Jack Moore, Ewing Moore, Raymond Mullins, Isaac Neal, C. L. Newby, Clifton Northington, D. K. O'Connel1, Joseph Porter, Fred Porter, Leeton Quine, James Roming, Reginald Shirley, Glen Smith, Marion Smith, J. D. Smith, Howard Stewart, Temple, Temple, Todaro, Turner, W. P. Haden Paul Samuel Billy Francis, Cecil Frazier, Weldon Fuller, Jerome Gibson, James Goad, Jim Gresham, Howard Gresham, Chambliss Haisler, Vince Hall, Billy Harriss, Morgan Hayes, James Hejl, Edmond Hamm, Jamie Honeycutt, J. D. Hubbard, Fred Jacob, Otis Jacob, Everett Johnson, Avery Jones, Mack Jones. Jimmie Vorderkunz, Alvin Walker, Billie Watson, Robert White, Ebb Wilkinson, George Wilkerson, Fred Wilson, Cecil Wolf, Edmond Wood, Tommie Wooley, Leslie Zinn, Johnnie Zachry, W. D. Allen, Stella Allen, Gertrude Alsup, Emma Jane Azbill, Winona Bailey, Dorothy Bailey, Velda Baldwin, Alice Barclay, Louzelle Cagle, Allene Carpenter, Blanche Childress, Estha Conk, Elon Cook, Ina Mae Cooksey, Cecil Cooper, Ruth Cox, Alwita Cox, Mary Catherine Covington, Annie B Clement, Ruth Crain, Cora Lee Croft. Edith Cummings, Ida Mae Daniel, Vivian Davis, Mildred Dixon, Claris Duncan, Lillian Dunn, Willie Pearl Dye, Lucile Gibson, Ruth Goldberg, Miriam Golding, Claudine Gregory, Hazel Guinn, Nona Mae Haag, Susie Hair, Byrleen Harris, Lucile Harrison, Susie Hart, Ethelene Hedrick, Mavis Henderson, Vivian Hughes, Mary Beth Hughes, Beatrice Hunt, Inez Jackson, Vinetta James, Ruby Mae Jones, Margaret Karbach, Ruth Keith, Mary Ella Kennedy, Neoma King, Lois Koch, Aleta Koch, Hilda, Lewellen, Fern Manley, Ruth Manning, Vesta Massey, La Verne Marek, Ella Mayfield, Ida Byrd McCormick, Helen Mullins, Priscilla Myrick, Margaret Neal, Kathleen Nelson, Nita Lee Nix, M axine Orrick, Ruth Parks, Willie Mae Prater, Mabel Quesenberry, Betty Lee Ray, Florence Reed, Evelyn Riola, Anna Ross, Audree Russell, Mary Louise Sanford, Illa Seago, Aurelia Belle Seay, Lois Seeley, Bessie Sheppard, Margaret Simonton, Elda Sissom, Hattie Sladovcik, Sadie Smith, Barbara Smith, Elya. Smith, Georgia Mae Smith, Gretna Smith, Iris Smith, Marjorie Smith, Mildred Smith Wilhelmina Speer: Kathryn Stavinoha, Louise Stone, Clyta Sullivan, Louise Talasek, Alice Tatum, Mildred Twitty, Doris Nell Waters, Erma Watson, Mary Julia Watts, Blanche Watters, Virginia Wedel, Cecil Mae White, Ruby Whitten, Ophelia Wilkerson, Lillian Belle Williams, Ruby Wilson, Mary Esther Windham, Evie Wire, Geraldine Wood, Laurine Young. Beatrice 0 Kessel, William Bond, Margie McCragken, Irene 4 King, Tom Brast, Juanita Meinscher. Edith C 7 wa i 'T an " An ' s E1-4-I-z'1f+Q .:.,.,,.,-,-, 3 la. . M, 'nrvfr L'771e Cotton Hloyyom 00453421- .. e ' li r n 0 l l p CHARACTER A thing of distrust is a thing of despair, p Moreover, destruction we cunnot 'repairg A workman his best, when once it is foiled, Can never replace, tho' as matter he toiled. The world is alert for the man it can trust, The man for whomvgraft at its best has no lust, n The man or the boy, or the woman or girl, Whose heart holds the truth as the seashell its pearl. i i Yes, one with whom I, is placed second to YOU, Whose work at his greatest is counted his due 5 Who fights for mankind, and not for his fame, " Who keeps in the harness, e'en tho' he is lame. And then let the battles with fury of hell Break o'er him: now notice how well 'Mid thunder of guns and shrieking of hell While death's scrawny hand his ros'ry doth tell, i He stands,-And lo! he is truck 3-he falls! Here through the blood of the trenches he-crawls' With fleeting strength he stands and fires- True masterpiece of God, he expires. -J. ll. IV. - 7 sl , 1 v i I l , r 1 K l ,, Of N W, a Ii 4 i it f r 'f r t A ' 1 F W I I l . U i i L + W e t g il -'- ff Ur:-4-1-er-55 A-- -e -?lf.4- - - p 5:-5 i ' if :...i,...!, ,.'-. . i i. 'Ma . .Avila-1. --t , rails: .i 1 2 " wr'1' ""' "" K1 , 4 v If -s Q X ACT VITI S nl X I --'1l':-qpnnw F . fron I - U cg, 6 0530111 Qcqzxqiiq-W -Mxuvwll, I' .., F N B wg F A.., B, AA,,,,, N ,A 1,,,AAA . 1.A . 1.A A B it ,AA. F ,,,, ,, ' - 1--SQ --f-l 721 -ew ll flrqgn' Q 9 0 "COTTON BLOSSOMU STAFF lialitors ...................,,.., 'Vownsie TIIOIIIIISOII, Hazel Madelej' linsim-ss Malllzuge-rs .,....... Blister Brown, Eugene Azlrill Vlusses ,,.,..w,,,A ,.,A,,,,..,,.,,,,,.......,.........,.4...,.,...............,...,,,,..... l .inn Foust A4-tivitivs , A.,V,,,..... , ..,A., . .,A..,...........,...,..,..............,.... Lethal Parker Kmhnks ...... Y......F,.......,...F...........,,.........w..ww.,,, I ,illiam Maxclmlek Athletics ,F,,.., .,,., ..... 1 l ill'll?Il liryant, Kut'ln'yn Hassett Fun ......,,,......... ........,. S oth Telnple. Nelta RING White Artist ,,..A. ..AA.,.,.,,...............,,.,,......,....,.... ll. M. ilrublms Poet ...,....A. ........4,..4.......,.......... ............ N e llie Cater I l 1 I 1 Townsie Thompson Hazel Made-ley Eugene Azbill Buster Brown Nellie Cater D. M. Grubbs Kathryn Bassett Lillian Machalek Linn Foust Letha Parker Nelta Mae White Seth Temple Garlen Bryant 0 0+ 2. at 4 t A T T l ld M ' s 7 u e A 5 I Q. 4- qi-geo it -iw it -Q-4-1-n-I-I-gl l . ,J -...t..ai.k1glb:.iaL Uf' 'NVQ ZZZ: ,V,V:i:A.A , W ,,,,, ,,,,,, N :1, i, ,f,1 ,: , I' ia, .Q-xuq-L 1, 5: MATE MITCHELL SOCIETY SPONSORS Miss T1'ueblood. Miss Lay, Miss Strasburger OFFIQ 'ERS FALL TERM SPRING TERM President ,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,, M yrtice Rushing ......, .....,., K athryn Bassett Vice-President ,,,, ,,,,,,,,. C ornelia Noble ,,,,,, .,...,,,. M ajorie Karbach Secretary ,,,,.,,.,,AA,A A,,,,,,,, L etha Parker ,,L,,..,A, ,...,... A udrey Jackson Treasurer ,A,,,,,,AAAA,,,,, A,,,,,,,. K athryn Bassett ....,, ,,,,,,L. C ornelia Noble Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,,.., .......,, A udrey Jackson ,,,,.. ...... 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Eubanks Inez Frazier Alwilda Freeman Lois Garner Wilma Garner Jeanette Gillespie Essie Mae Hay Fay Helms Lizzell Hoffman Audrey Jackson Mildred Johnson Mary Alice Jones Marjorie Karbach Adalene Kirk Mary Louise Lowry Lillian Machalek Hazel Madeley Helyn Mahler Frances Goldsborough Thelma Mahler Oma Graeter Elizabeth Gresham Harrison Griffith Anna Dell Hanes Mary Lee Messer Erma Moore lla Morrison Regina Murphy Castelaine Nelson Winnie Nelson Cornelia Noble Letha Parker Ilaverne Peck Frances Punchard Louise Rhode Tyra Sanford Cora Lee Schiller Dorothy Smith Gladys Smith Harriet Stokes Ollie Mae Streater Eunice Sullivan Lois Walker Ruth Young ..L.r!LEi1g.:,L L at L, 'LL ,, as to jf --.ewgggxflfil .ffW.-,v--tmwuewwma -,wmffmaw 'Irv---1,1111--:f:::-r . 4 1- X-I V, 'NXflQ.l,Qm.QfQQIQ,QQ,,Q ,,,,,,,,,, Wm,mw.w,,,0,, ,ff ,W YAMMWWMW Wwfmnww WwWffWf,W,,,,,r ..,, ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,M ,,,, Mwyfffvywfwffaffyf W,M,WffW..,W,, WW..,,w.amM,W,w.WM . will Hf La., -' if . mv i "' :ii:f4Lf41i!,-f7-IIC fl, If l,,I V-8,0771 'QE President ........., Vice-President ...A Secretary .......,.....,,,, Sergeant-at-Arms President ,........,. Vice-President Secretary .,........,., , Se rgea nt-at-Arms FORENSIC SPONSOR-Mr. VVi Ul"l"l4'lCliS FALL TERM SPRING TERM Rony Alvarado Buster Brown Garlen Bryant Joe Carroll Jack Cox Albert Daude Harry Firstbrook Tom Harl J. C. Holcombe John Hopkins Nl ICM HIGHS Ray Hoyle Hal Jackson Edward James Quincey Jenkins Clinton Kersey Edward McAlexander Douglas McDonald Robert Lee McFarlin Joe Mitchell Jimmy Querner Robert Robertson lks .,,.....Buster Brown ..,.........Seth Temple .,,,....Harry Firstbrook ............,.Lynn Zarr Ed war d McAlexander .,.,.Lee Thomas ......,..Joe Carroll , .,,... Seth Temple Thomas Scanio Ben Schiller Claude Sellers William Sellers Seth Temple Lee Thomas Dick Watts Walter Woodall Lynn Zarr Elias Zurovec ,WMWM vpfywwgm J- ' L-L.L.L,,LL,, -L-,-- -L ,. ., at LC ,s ,'.. Ii.i.i' "T -i"',g:g:, W f gi-,Am L,,, W WW - President ...,.,A,..,. Vice'President ., Secretary ,,,,,...... . Treasurer ,.A..,.,A,.. Sergeant-at-Arms Critic ...,.....,,.....,ii. Morris Alexander Stella Allen Geoffery Anthis YVinona Azbill Louise Balch Alice Baldwin Louzelle Barclay LaVerne Bass LaVerne Blomquist Allene Cagle Lillie Bell Caldwell Dorothy Cast Estha Childress Mary Clark Elon Cook Mary Catherine Cox Mildred C. Davis Maxine DeBusk Bettie Dunlap Blanche Enloe Lamartine Felder Lillie Mae Ford Lois Fuller Miriam Goldberg STORY TELLERS' SOCIETY SPONSORS Miss Bridgers, Miss Lanham. Miss Black U1f'Flt'l'ZliS FALL TERM SPRING TERM Louise Hartmann ,,,,,, , ,,.. , Margaret Simmonds .,,,.., .,,, Virginia Temple .,,Y..,.,.,i i.,,, Eileen Zachry ,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,.,,i, VVinnie Nelson ,,,,.,, .... , ,, lladene Madeley i,,,..,,, .,,,,,.,..,,,, Bllilll ISICRS Nan Stephens ,Eileen Zachry Curtis Mitchell Beatrice Young Mary Alma Jackson Miss Lanham Edna Graeter Nona Mae Guinn Ethel Haag Irene Haag Jewell Halbert Louise Hartmann Iona Hast Virginia Hawkins Mavis Hedrick Lillie Henson Lizzell Hoffman Iladene Madeley Barbara Maples Mary Lee Maples Ida Byrd Mayfield Lorena McClure Edith Meincher Elizabeth Melton Curtis Mitchell Dorothy Mooney Evelyn Mozley Kathleen Neal Mary Elizabeth Holden Nita Lee Nelson Josephine Hughes Maxine Nix Helen Jackson DeLette Norwood Mary Alma Jackson Mozette Oliver Vinnetta Jackson Sallie Catharine Pargen Ruby Mae James Willie Maude Parks Margaret Jones Ruth Karbach Neoma Kennedy Dorris Payne Mamie Pope Mabel Prater Claudeen Killingsworth Florence Ray Aleta Koch Marie Robertson Evelyn Lankford Mary Louise Russell lla Sanford Arelia Bell Seago Margaret Shepard Margaret Simmonds Elya Smith Marjory Smith Wilhelmina Smith Kathryne Speer Nan Stephens Lucile Swink Mildred Tatum Virginia Temple Doris Nell Twitty Louise Walker Mary Julia VVatson Blanche XVatts Ruby Williams Bess Willoughby Lucile Withers Mary VVofford Lillian Belle Wilkerson Beatrice Young Eilecn Zachry WU' C03 0" 519-"5f0'n go-5:1 I 1 ai n ,, Y A:: FY' V Qld' 'se LATIN CLUB sroxsons President , Vice-President Secretary ,, ., Treasurer . Sergeant-at-Arms . Critic . June Eva Alexander Sarah E, Alexander Geoffery Anthis Bernard Barrett Mildred Brindley Robert Brooks Zinn Ilrooks Helen Burchard Mary Clark George Allen Cox R. 0. Culp Claire Daniel Maxine IJeBusk Elizabeth Downs Alice Dulaney Louise Eben Olga Ebner Minnie K. Eubanks Lois Fuller Inez Gilstrap Irs. Jones. Miss Horn, M Ul"I"l1'l'IliS FALL TERM Hazel Madeley Audrey Jackson ...Marjorie Karbach ,...Letha Parker Daisy Simmonds Ruth White 3ll'I5llll'lliS Jeanette Gillespie Edna Graeter Oma Graeter Margaret Grimes Frances Goldsborough Weldon Harris Ada Virginia Hawkins John Hay Mary Elizabeth Holden Audrey Jackson Helen Jackson Mary Alma Jackson Mary Alyce Jones Marjorie Karbach Iladene Madeley Hazel Madeley Thelma Mahler Barbara Maples Mary Lee Maples Curtis Mitchell Mary Mclieynolds iss Black SPRING TERM Benjamin Wells Erma Moore Harriet Stokes Robert Brooks Olga Ebner Elizabeth Downs Erma Moore Winnie Nelson Cornelia Noble Mozette Oliver Letha Parker Dorris Payne Ilaverne Peck Marie Porter Bernice Prater Frances Punchard Myrtice Rushing William Sellers Daisy Simmonds Robert Stavinoha Nan Stephens Harriet Stokes Virginia Temple Ola Woodall Benjamin Wells Ruth White , ... . Y -.- -- W- Vs'----J Tl-xl , L - --'.-z" 4:4 Q JUNIOR BOYS' DEBATING SOCIETY SPONSOR-Mr. Sevier OFFICERS FALL TERM President , AA.,,.. .,.., ..,,,,.,,,..,.,......,.,..... Secretary ...,...,......... ,........Jesse Carroll Lee Jones .Garland Pickett Sergeant-at-Arms ,,,,...........,....................,.,..,,.. President .....,,,.. SPRING TERM ,......Winston Liles Vice-President .... ...,.. P aul Temple Secretary ......,.......... ,,,,,,..... H ubert Mason Sergeant-at-Arms ..,...........,.........,.l...... ,,...... J ames Patterson Don Baugh Wallace Caldwell Paul Callaway Jesse Carroll Nath Cawthon Frank Chance George Allen Cox Thomas Crawford Ernest Danquard Gano Ferguson Alfred Flippo MEMBERS Philip Grazier Howard Gresham Billy Hall Darrel Henson Harry Janak James Jones Lee Jones 'Harvey Korkames James Lesikar Winston Liles J. T. Martin Hubert Mason Ralph McDonald Riley Meeker Harley Mitchell James Patterson Garland Pickett Jesse Swink Paul Temple George Wilkinson Cecil Wilson 'I I 7710 003071 510.fr0mI if - -- n -1 - i lf ' - "'Tf - - ----lm , M:-j af -i -1- ' ' L A 7 at , ' 'NA eeeee . AA i AAA 1 iliiij ,,, jx! l H, 1 lt' f ku ima' N lllvi j 1 l HOME ECONOMICS CLUB i it I ll svuxsolcs I . I V Miss Garner. Miss Myatt I I l I' o1f'1f'n'r:1:s ji 1 FALL TERM I1 , l'I'eSidcnt ,,,....,... ,,.,,ww,,. , A. CY,.,,,,,,,,A ,,,,,,,,, E Ssie Mae Hay I' ll I VIl39'Pl'6SId8HI ,, , 4v--..-, A11gl1'gy Jacksgn f i SHCPGY-flFY V ,--. l ..,,,.,,. Frances Barton 'I 5 ' TI'euS11l'e1' ,,.., CC.CC,w,...C...,,A,,.....CCCOO....,...O,,, L illian Machaleig y f l N X SPRING TERM ' I I Pl'9Sld9llt .V...Vw....w .............V, ,V..,,.,..,,,.,,....., ..,,.,,, E S 5 ie Mae Hay I5 1 1 l Vif'f"Pl'eSid9l1t .-.., ,-v,.w ...,,,.. ......,.. .,.... .A......... I l a M L irrison '. il Se1f1'vt211'y . ..... L .,.........,. Lillian Maehaiek 1 1 i Tl'eHSU1'PI' -'--'-A-- .,,,..,,, K atherine Davenport 41 l I Vfilif' -'-'-'f--f' '-------,- A,f,, ,,,.--..,.,......,,.,.,... L a 1 Ira Wheeler ix :Q 'i in X 5 Ml'lMlil'llCS i Opal Aycock Sybil Giles Ila Morrison Ruby Akin Dorothy Bailey Aureba Baker Mary Burns Frances Barton Charlie Berger Lillian Chaffin Elva Lois Callahan Lorraine- Cagle Fay Carver Olive Castleman Kathryne Davenport Emily Ellis Minnie K. Eubanks Lois Garner Wilma Garner Nell Graves Faye Helms Sophenia Hastings Lizzell Hoffman Vivian Helms Mildred Jonnson Audrey Jackson Ruth Kelly Pauline Liles Fern Lewellen Lillian Machalek Thelma Mahler Regina Murphy Castelaine Nelson Bernice Prater Hazel Roberts Marie Robertson Louise Strange Cora Lee Schiller Eugenie Stewart Louise Sullivan Maurice Thomas Annie Thomas Nell Willis Bess Willoughby Mary Frances Wo od r 1 l n . L a..,..... - L .. 'I'fTi'E: M, Us -25151 Q 1 -722 Q HITIIL' COCCl772 fJ'lQ,sf:sfQlnIF', ELI! I I I+' i I will 7I' In! I I I I I I I I I I I I I III I II I I I I I I I Ii I I. it I I , ' :I QII I' 'E' IQ HAH, Y' ""wff?QQLQQ..QQlfiQ' Roy Alvarado fil- .tsxml I SPANISH CLUB SPONSOR-Miss Roach UFl+'l1'l'IRS FALL TERM President .,,,,AI., ,,......,,.....,,, ,...,..,..,,I...,,,,. N e Ita Mae White Vice-President .. ,, ,.,,...,, Roy Alvarado Secretary ,I..,.I..,, .,,Velna Newby Treasurer A,.., ,,,.,,,.I.. P anline Liles Critic ......,.. .,,,,..,,,,......, ,.,..,,,.,,,I... ..,.,AI. L 0 i s Childress SPRING TERM President .....,A.,... ,.,,..,,.......,,.,..I,..,,,.,.,,II...,.,.. N elta Mae White Vice-President Secretary .i....i..., Treasurer ..,..,........ Critic i,....,.,,.,,...... ,,,,,. Sergeant-at-Arms i.,... , Reporter ii.,....i,..,,. ,... ...,,.,..,,,,,,,,...,i.,,,, Bernice Bullard Lillian Chaffin Lois Childress Jack Cox Bettie Dunlap Lois Foust Alma Furl BI ICM HIGHS Lois Garner Wilma Garner Mildred Hancock Sophenia Hastings Mildred Johnson Taylor Johnson Pauline Liles Lillian Machalek Helyn Mahler Helyn Mahler ..Mi1dred Johnson Lois Childress ,,.l...Velna Newby ......,.,l.,.,,.lack Cox ,,,,,..Roy Alvarado Velna Newby Joe Roach Hazel Roberts Thomas Scanio Nelta Mae White Esther Wilson Mary Vvofford Mary Edna Young I I C , , ,,.,,,,,F,,,., ,i..,, ,L,, ,i.. ttf-S1141-Bram!-.,,---aaagsa ima- Q--' fir 1 I Q . .Q ., f' 'tiling 'NAM ...... u... - IV THE BAND 1 ll 1: 14:4 "roles Mrs. Lillie B. Brooks Miss Wright Roy Alvarado Eugene Azbill Donald Burchard Paul Callaway Nath Cawthon Thomas Crawford Billy Driscoll Bob Gresham Edmond Hejl Ray Hoyle Lee Mayfield C. I. Mitchell Jimmie Querner M ICM BICRS D. B. Haney Claude Sellers A. J. Sewell Hamlet Tomlinson Seth Temple Dan Wade Earl Ward Lewis Ward Cecil Wilson Woodrow Wilson Robert Wilburn Lynn Zarr W. D. Zachry - 36" :hifi ,:fiif... l I l 0 H: A- .,1 , .bf A IVTIIQT Cotton filo!-goin 'sc -- will-Zlllff ,. -W .V , lllillilllt A 'N Mrs. Elgie Seago Dorothy Carr Bernice Buckellew Frances Hobbs Nellie Cater Audrey Jackson Naoma Nichols Letha Parker Cornelia Noble Doris Thompson Gertrude Willig ,.-....... --- -'-' 5' rv 4- , ii x- --'NN' CHORAL CLUB lllli 14:1 'Tons Lillie B. Brooks Miss VVright M ICM HIGHS Hazel Macleley Aureba Baker Lillian Machalek Marguerite McKay Kathryn Bassett Adele Burr Virginia Crosno Daisy Simmonds Ruth White Elzabeth Downs Tulline Buckellew Downs, Nichols, Jackson, Noble, T. Buckellew, Madeley. Bassett Simmonds Willig Seago. Hobbs Mrs. Brooks. Miss Wright Carr. Burr McKay, B. Buckellew White, Cater, Machalek. Crosno, Thompson. Baker, Parker 4.,-,-D,,, ... .-.-,.,. . ...--w,......,...d,.-,. ,....?.---1-L,-,-,,, 10-'I 'T'Y?""' Q -- s Da. -::f,,fg1:1f- o GLEE CLUB C. l. Mitr-hell W. D. Zachry Aubrey Streater YVoody Zachry BIICMIQICRS Auhra-y St1'e:ntel'. Woodiv Zavllry, W. D. Zacllry. C. I. Mitchell, .lim Russell, Nelson Ilussvll. lluywurd Sllllll, Birch Blalock, Buster Brown, Donald Bur:-hard. J. D. Carroll, ll. M. Gruhhs, Bob Gresham, Edward McAlexander. Dan Perry, Earle Neal.Lynn Zarr. Gle-n Mc'Kinzie, Robert, Mcllurney, Fontaine Erskine, W. L. Foreman, Roland Fuller, John Hopkins. Douglas Mcllonald, .luck McFadden. Hamlet Tomlinson. WWW' M ATI-IL ETICS 4 f 5 ll F r 5 f u Q - 0 . ag.g.e.g. Cotton v870j'5'OIn mQq:l-n-,Qig- 2 0 ff 0 1 0 ' Q m by 9 U i 9 3 'A LONC LWE THE KIN G ,f 1 "T?. 0 Q, f ' T 7 T , 'Z' ff L 'T H 1 -5- A- v 5 A, Y in VI 1 B-4-sr-F1656 A i -Q - L - - -1 E x L'f"'--.A. .' 'i 14 " 41,-sA-LAx -3 A . .W fzuggnq t '7'i':FilAf:.'KYff5if5!WJ'E'f'SE'Q5fEM a2fTmmi 'It771e Cotton Bla -o fi 'V' -o4:1Fn-r-r- , F00 VBALL 'P 'J ' 9 9 W l 0 l Z l ll l . v R. E. fB1llj HENDERSON H. N' iRuStyJ RUSSELL While me rest 0f Us were enjoying This is Coach Russell's fourth year our vacation, Coach Henderson was n working and thinking of our football at Temple High' and he has a good team- He ,attended tw? Coaching record. His great backfield of this schoolsg one ln far away Michigan and the other in Brovvnyvoodc year was not excelled by any team The machine he put on the field in the Statel AS a hard worker this year was the best that ever don- U H ned the ,Wildcat Spangles- He was Rusty plays second fiddle to none. loved and respected by his men. He held the respect of all his men. THE BUSINESS MANAGERS 'Poo much cannot be said for our lll2lIl2l29l'S, Leonard Flm-teller and Bob frl'0Sll2llll. They were always on the job and performed all of their duties well. YICLL Ll'IAIlHIiS I 0 T T If U rf -of In B l ,L ' . n U Buster Brown Elgle Seago H ' Kathryn Bassett Donald Burchard l ri' uf V I - 4- 1- 14- +4 Q4-kl-D-Irs A-ffm' v The Cotton Hlosrmn Q 1 ' 'vii O rtrlr :e1 2L: 4216-7' l 0 THE FOOTBALL SEASON '26 ' The team of this year was the greatest ever turned out by Temple High School. As many as five men. Shull, Furl, Koch, Zachry, and hlasterling, were justly named on the All State Team by sports editors from different sections of the state. Shull was selet-ted as the most valuable man in high school cir- cles. The remaining players were all good, and they fought hard for their school. The Wildrats of 'Lili showed their superiority over every team played and were defeated in their last game largely by luck. The Waco Tigers had been forred to play set-ond fiddle out-e before. l ' HAYWARD SHULL HENRY EASTERLING Ex-Captain Captain , A l ll 0 is -5+ 6 li I U I gg l . - . Q' I' f- I' E30 c:Q41.l-g..l. t-lv I all at -ln A I 'W If ' F 'wvym' 'f"'f"w-'v'- A- -vggdfrfwgrr-'aa-xwwggqs 'c77le Cotton 6I0.5'5'077l1? ,o,i::1!,n-2, ,,u3i:ij,'n6!4, , W W V1 :1: .,,f,,1ff,::,,1:ff1f - ,,,,-W-,-V , 'NA ,,V,.. , e .... . ..., ,Mi L . , ,,,,,,,,,, occc c JV' 14 l FOOTBALL GAMES VAMICRUN In the ops-ning game of the season the Wildcats flashed a good brand of football, defeating the x'00lll9ll to the tune of 25 to 0. A total of 16 first downs was registered by a hamnnering backfield. with Vulp. Johnson. and Easterling standing out. The line showed up we-ll also. the Yoelnen failing to make a single first down. Mc! QREGOK Blctlregor was next i11 line t'o fall victim to the Wildcats. Gaining al- lll0Sf at will, the XVildcats ran up a total of 41 points. Yet even that did not show their superiority. Lee, Culp, Shull. and Johnson played good offensive games: while Koch, Strcater, and Henxpel showed up well on defense. MARLIN Playing listless football for Il quarters, the Wildcats finally found them- selves after being scored on a11d came from behind to crush the Bulldogs 20 to ti. The game was played on a poor field and was further marred by poor offi- ciating throughout the contest. Shull, Lee. Iiastei-ling, Johnson, and Hempel turned in good games for the Wildcats. l Barton Koch Oren Furl Taylor Johnson Woodie Zachry 'li M ' u U I A nr mi l t .L .mal ,m,,,,r,,.,1,, T,,,. . ,,,. ,T .,,,,. ,A -..,.l,., .-1. .- .-,-n1- --,. f , ' 47718 Uoftorl Hiofyom DD 'wr 1 f 1 4 f neee e -1 ,V I SAN ANIUINIU 1lfRAlIxlBRIlN1l I lui-ning in om ot their best exhibitions of the sewon, the Wildcats it-lutkt d tht. teathus of the l iglts by .1 store of 19 to 0. Displaying 1 defense th lt t lekltd with 1 ferocitv undiwplaved so f-xr thin sefwon und an offense that w is Wtblltlllflll, the boys wt re not to be denied. 'lhe NX ildcate showed further then great overhead game tompleting eight passes fol 1 total of 107 yards Hhull pl :ved an greit 1, une th it d nv, Ind Iee, Pull, Johnson, lnd Hempel were not far bthind Bl LTONI 0114 of tht high spots of this vearb football season was the result ot this unnn ll iff lil. Plaving a wteadv g,a1nL the W lldcats smothered the Tigers under an total ot no pointx. lhe tenn worked as a machine, and it would be unfair to pitk htara. Yet we cannot forget that Shull booted 8 points after N m Inv touchdowns md wt-orul 5 toudnlowns himself. lhe whole team stat led 4l9f8ll'4lYt ly. hli XYGLR lhe 110111 pxoied ltlfllel tough ,omg to 11 tedlll composed of fllSt, uond and thnd ati mg, men si ho used only str 11g,ht football and plat ed under tour throughout tht contest Belslex 1nd Burl plated ,good gunes, and the lltttl who plat ed it the qu uterbul1 position lan hw tenn xx ell X total ot' '7 points xx I4 ull th lt w is ie,,1stued lhdlllkt tlu l l0llh Charles Walker Iohn Beasley Henry Hempel Kenneth Lee ,i ur, AM! f 1 y -. 15. 'W 'Q' 1 V Y1 1 1 7 1 V 1 1 A 'A U 11 ' ' V' ' . ' 1' 21 . A ,, ,- ,.L. Cz ,S , . a 2 2 ' 2 - 1 ' W t 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 A 1 1 , A l ' .1 1 1 1 l I 7 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 L1 1 Av v i 1 ' 1 1 s Z. 2 V2 2 ' 5' I 4 ' - t i 1 x ' 1 41 A , , , . 1 l 9 1 1 .1 1 1 1 K1 1 1 I 1 ' 1 1 71 1 " 1 1 A l C k I l . . ' 7 ' .. H 2 . . .11 . . .A I l I I U 0 .1 . , it 5 W ' ' 1 I 1 ' 1 ' 1 V' ' . 1 I , 1 1 1 ,N . - "' A' , 1 1 . 1 y U- ' 1 Q 1 L1 H11 ,1 V '- 1 1' 7- V . - K1 .vu z'y 1 .-W1 1 1 1 1 , . ' x' ' ' . . ii ' ' i ' - '. i ' 1 ' ' ' ' t' I P ' 2 7' U. . ', " .1 2 ' . . ' ' ' X ' A I Q '. 1 n 1 ' 1 . - 1 Z1 2 I '1 i ,U .' 1 , 1 0' t 3 A '. . if B-I-I-1-EQ e4"i'l I i' 1 ol Al M. .... -.-4 01.11. Q. A.. 1. .atm .i...--... .... , ..-.......,. n.uin4..., -- .vp-em-V -Q-X v.-,,,., ,.,,,,.. .. -uv-1. - in . p 'W-. F7716 C0fl'07'1 .Hloyyom Gotta-.I,, 'jilhwf ' "1' H L . Am' , AUSTIN Fighting as only Wildcats can fight, a brilliant 17 to 0 victory was registered against Austin. The Maroons were clearly outclassed in every de- partnlent of the game. All the scoring was done in the first halfg the XVildcats played strictly o11 the defensive after that. None Who saw the game will ever forget Beasley's T5 yard run for a touchdown, nor will they forget how Shull, Zac-hry. Furl, Koch, Hempel, XValker, Easterling, Embler, and all the rest fought that day. WACO QFIRST GAME! l'ar1-ying the fight to the Tigers and outplaying thenl all the way, Tem- ple battled Waco to a scoreless tie on Woodson Field. The Wildcats made 9 first downs to 7 for the Tigers, and the ball was in VVaco's territory three- fourths of the time. Shull's punting outclassed that of Kathcart, and Furl's offensive playing outshone that of any man's on either team. Koch, Hempel, Zachry, and limlnler were the main cogs in a mighty defense that stopped the Waco Tigers as they had never been stopped before. SAN ANTONIO QMAIN AVENUE! Finding little opposition in the heavy Main Avenue crew, the Wildcats won 25 to 0. The playing was rather sluggish, as was to be expected after their hard battle with Waco. Many substitutes saw action in the contest. Uulp and Johnson were the shining lights n offense and Zachry, Koch, Heinpel, XVeath- ers, Easterling, and Lambert stood out on the defense. u Standard Lambert Aubrey Streater I. W. Culp Charles Roberts M ' 1 'Q' nt an Si 4 I B 4 4-:exams -:fs-r-n-A n E1 X .---m----vr --v--- ww- p 4, .R - 24'-.--Q ' 7 ' or - 3 ,gay Y W- -,1LfTh4 Colt 1 Blossom ,Q4,n-l.1,,- ..-wlbilhf I, YH! , ,A,A N 4':WWW1 or N'M' f or "' ' " -"'TT"iii if i , 7 ,,A, ,,,,,,.,, 7 N A WM kj: v 0 WACU QSICCONIJ GAMl'Il To have a In-am completely beaten Elllfl then have one man make two 7, ' lucky. ,vet brilliant. runs of T5 and till yards tfo snatc-I1 victory away shows that l T Lady Lui-k frowned on the f0l't'llllQS of the XVild0ats. To have lost to a better tram would not have hurt so badly, but in this case the better club went down in a lneart'ln-eaking defeat when victory seemed assured. The team played well that day. and too much cannot be said for them. This game ended the football season. Rl'ISI'l,'l'S OF FOOTBALL 4'0N'l'lfISTS Temple ,,,.., ....l,,......,.,......,......... 2 6 V Cameron .,...............,...... ...... 0 Temple ., ........ 41 McGregor .......................,..........,.,.. 0 Temple ....,. ........ 2 0 Marlin ......,,.......,.......,............,........... 6 Temple ...... ......,. 1 9 San Antonio fBra,ckenridgeJ ,,....., 0 Temple ...... ......,. 5 6 Belton ...............,................................., 0 Temple ....., .....,.. 2 7 Granger ,......,....,.........l...........,........... 0 Temple ...,.. .,...... 1 7 Austin ...................,. , ...., 0 N Temple ....., ..... 1 Corpus Christi ....,.,.......................,. 0 Temple ..,. , ..... 0 Waco .................................................. 0 Temple ..,... ....,... 2 5 San Antonio fMain Avenuej ........ 0 Temple ...... ...,..,. 1 0 Waco ................,....................,,........... 27 X TEMPLE ........,.,.., ,...........,.............. 2 42 OPPONENTS .........,........................ 33 3 7 l l 0 0 pf -4- 4 ' ' A 4 Vernon limbler Martie Lowry Edward James Dau Perry' T T 'i' 7 u l 7 -a A ll H I Mkwff- va Y f iqll-.I U-amz: gp- Q: Q- -H+ oi j- QE egignfnfiblzm R W l i 41 1 , ...V .. , ,.,X. ,,,,w,,,,.,,l1,.,., ..,.-, -, Iivfmvmmlg '-C7716 COCCOI1 Hloyyoyn mm-1-1-V 9 I g'H'l'l'l'!56 Q il A 1 T 11.9.1.0 ylslfj 3? 0 QQ YQ I -fx : 'N , i g ffffafffjyg-LL-n 93 bf ga l 2 3 2 Q51 Q '11 X as x '7 P, ff' N57 5 5 Q Ml 3 Q2 diff' ' ' -: P 5 game! 20551675 X N X 0 2, 4- n U . A . s T E-mng'u'2..lnU T E1-1-1-1-4-1-+G ' ' " ,Q Q... aM: 'L ..4.amu.-.x. ,ul .. . . ' A u...,n....L..4.,I ,hm ,Ld L...,.....,-u",,.-' LL. Muni .-u..x...ah. name Cotton Blossom' .-.Q.Q.g.:gn U 9 U U 1 + u 9 . e s 0 C Q Q ' Q f 7 1' 0 I A EL ,W WW V N ffl , xxx? I . I A ,1 4,2 fAfQg7"l A 'Lwrflfdfqffi ' ,- !f f-SWF' X H f',1ef a if f it . - V +27 1 in 2,77 I 'I' 137754 '15, 'f 1 'iq . K Q 7,1 f ff V Mr 1 "9 9 0 T -or if ' l -Gr s gg H I WI "' 'E' 5 T I Q.. 4. 4. g-Uq Q4-vs-2-1-S , , Q' A7 Y 4 Fdlhf 1,21 3!Q,S'J'0,fl IFXSY ,log L ..-ullZl"l'f , fl-'f .- . . L sessss 412. lv' . 4:15. F' l v .3 0 5 BASKETBALL l I l l l I l . l l l l ll ' l I i .I l Q H. N. RUSSELL R. E. HENDERSON CLYDE BRIGHTWELL i' Coaches Business Managei l l l lll'ISl"l'S OF IKASKIGTBALIA UUN'l'l'lS'l'S 24 26 , l Temple , Temple ffnfl ffffffff Troy ,,,...... Moody .,,.. X I Temple ..,.. ......,.. 2 8 Marlin .......,,,...,...........,...........,.. 3' Temple ......... 32 Oenaville .....,.......,...,..,..,....... S. Temple , .. ..,..,,V. 14 San Marcos Baptist Academy gl Temple , .. ......... 11 A. M. Freshman ................,,... I Temple .,.., ,,...... . 19 A. M. Freshman ,..,......,..... ........ W Temple .... ........, 4 0 Killeen ,.,..,............ . Temple .. . ......... 15 Austin ............ Temple ,.,.,. ......... 1 2 Austin ..... Temple ..,... ......... 2 0 Killeen ...,. Temple ...... ......... 4 0 Bartlett ...., Temple .. ......... 17 Killeen ...,. ,. Temple .,...,,.. Bartlett l Temple .. .. ,........ 23 Oenaville Temple ..,.. .,.... Z 32 Yarrelton .,,..,., Temple .. ...... .53 Lorena ...,.. .. QQ. Temple .. .. .l,.,, 14 Coolidge ..l.,, 0 Temple- .,,,.. ....., 9 Blum ,.,.,...,.......,. . Q TEMPLE ., ., .... 437 OPPONENTS .. . . ti T rd U I A " T ll -eww-, 1--E.- ee ,.-w -Me U, .-- lftekxfesrgrs-S--?. ' T N -e -we l it ilfi 4 fmg, Y- '67-716 C0fCfJY?'I fzloggonz me Q Lipf- 4 BASKETBALL The llasketlxall tealn of '27, tliougli cliaracterized hy individual play rather than tealn-work, was also the llest ever produred in Telnplv lligln. When it was functioning as a lll1ll'lllll6, it was one of the best i11 tln- slate. The team niade a trip to Austin zllld one to Vollege Station, where the A. and M. Freshmen were taken on in a couple of games. After winning the Vounty l'l1an1pionsl1ip with ease, no opposition was found until Coolidge was inet in the last game of the District Tournament. Here the Wildcats won by a close score. In the Bi-District game with Blum, the team was in a had Sllllllll and played poor basketball. Blum lucked a long shot in the last minute to win 11 to Sl, and to thus end the basketball season for the lVildcats. 2-7 l Oren Furl Taylor Johnson D. M. Grubbs Lewis Pollok FT- I'If?fa - -5 miiagl in M -:4-1+:1- - , Sgijgl C7716 C0 if OH !i7O,Vj'Oll1 1?-4.n.I3IzIL ,,.ai.54l'l'f .. i 'XV4 'if'l1fi"' f' it AA i 1,1 L .,fA L 1 ,, , 1 1, 1 U all ' il BASKETBALL GAMES v j To opt-n the sm-ason thu- XVildrats won a donhle--hill. easily defeating 'l'ro,v and Moody. l ln thu contest with Marlin the Wildrats did not flash so well as pro- i viously. hut finally managed to whip the Bulldogs 28 to 19. 'l'o show Us-navillr illlf' wi-rv superior again this year, the team cleaned ill1'lII twin-0 on 4lit't'4-1-mit om-casions by large scores. l . . 1 'l'hv ganna- with San Mari-os liaptvlst Aradeniy showed two good defen- l sive- qnintvltm-s fighting' with honors about even. In the last period the lVild- 4-ats shown-d a little offense a11d won 14 to 10. l 'l'ln- trip to A. and M. was one full pleasure and excitement. While tln-rr. Fha- le-ani was Ire-ated wry nicely with the exception of the defeat that 4 was nn-tvd ont hy the cream of Texas '26 high school stars. Both 22111168 were l Killa-4-n cann- next and fm-Il easy victims 40 to 29, ' Q I lnttc-rly. ,vm-t rloanly fought. s 4 l A1 V 5 all lt r', le I l v l I Aubrey Streater Hayward Shull Kenneth Lee Earle Neal 'oi I N 5 id it 'ii tHT1:mxg1'+5:- we -1 L11 1:-e2i-El: - l ... ' . C 1 . 1 40, The Cotton Qlogomlfy l ,,,4,l3 , ,Fa ,, i M' iflilllllillil .. .. fL..-IifZfI'v' i' I I i 0 I W 1 D ot ! l. Austin offered the next opposition and won two QEIIIIQS, one on the ,i lorul eourt and the other in the Vapital t'ity. The Wildeats were badly off ' form in the first and played even a poorer game at Austin. I Still in their slump. the teaun barely managed to annex another vie- 5 ' 1 it tory over Killeen. l ' Snapping out ot' their slump. the lVildeats drubbed Bartlett unnierci- t ' fully. winning 40 to 1. l 1 It ln the Vouuty Meet. held at the local gym. Killeen was defeated in the L 2, 1 afternoon to the illllt' of 17 to ti. That night showing their best exhibition of l I 1 the year, the Wildcats again poured it on Bartlett 33 to 3. t ' i M Playing a pretty gzune, the Wildcats easily won from the Vlass B ehani- E' l pions, Uenaville. 5 li At the lbistriet Meet the whole squad was again playing below stand- .' ard. but nevertheless won with little trouble. Yarrellton, Lorena, and Cool- 1 idgze were the sc-alps added to the belts of the Wildcats. The team went into the Iii-I listriet games, playing their worst basketball of the year. In the last minute. with the seore knotted at Sl all, a Blum for- t ward looped an long shot to victory. l L V A I i t t i I 1 . l 1 l in 0 T -we 'oi Woody Zachry Warren Weathers William Cooper Garlen Bryant A A i l wil LJ ' A Till i - -- - T bifida-14-r +C- - gf-Fr-:Hr-fi l W w l , 'qI7T7le Cotton 67o5s'om1Fh' ...g-513- ' W! A it fy Q j tv Al i wx 1 f mfg V C 0 1 0 za co B JL , 111, , mm TT KW '1 1 my 1 . Z1 I 1 1 ' It , 1 1 1 111, ff I f W 5 1 1 Z 4 Z 'jf 11 1 1 1 l F 1 1 f 1 '1 1 5 5 1 ' KW 1 'I 11 Z ?k 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 f f fffgf X gf 1 -'gif f , ' 0 X? ff f i ff . E Q19 'E' '5' E Z A U B44-1-1-B1 '4"f"""5 -A 'mu 2-A . '11 . , igg - . gli TWH? C0ff0?LfiZ2f-f0mlP' -Queen, BASEBAIJHZ7 Not to he outdone t'he halsehnll nine, like the foothull and basketball tennis, is the hest that ever wore the blue and white of the lVlltlt'IllS. An infieltl composed of llarrison, tlibson, Johnson, and Lee nnike up .1 emnhiimtion that has never been equalet-l in 'Pemple High. 'l'he,v worked to- 0 gether perfeetllv :intl :is t'oaleh Vernon says, they an-e the best' we halve ever . seen in high school circles. In the ontfieltl there are the two ierszttiles, Shull :incl Russell, who are better thztn ever this year. In the other g'Ill'4lt'Il several men are fighting it out with li2ll'l"V pi-olmhly lending the role. liehintl the halt is ex-eztptzlili ll. Koch, who is In-.voml at tlonht one of the best eatehers in high school in this state. The lllft'lllllg' staff, while not as good as it eoultl he, is very reliable :intl there are two or three men who :ire l showing up well, naunely, llnnlzip, Furl, Weems, M. Km-h :intl Schiller are showing up well in the outfield. 1 af. ' BASEBALLSCHEDULE 5 HOLLAND VVAXAHACHIE l April 18 at Holland April 22 at Temple ' April 27 at Temple April 23 at Temple , BELTON MARLIN f April 15 at Belton May 3 at Marlin l April 26 at Temple May 6 at Temple , WACO AUSTIN April 19 at Waco April 29 at Austin May 13 at Temple May 10 at Temple X I Rf V lt Nur 4 xl ii 5 il li I ll -St I Lee tCoathJ, Harris, Johnson. R. Cooper, W. D. Zachry, Schiller, Vernon tC0achJ Maedgen, Gibson, Foust, Weems, W. Cooper, Blackshear, Erskine, 5 Stavinoha, Chaffin, N. Russell, B. Koch, Lee, M. Koch, Mitchell H 4 H ' , ,f Y , -M , I lf!-I-1-19125 E - T? -7 -:4-p.l:1i-Q l t H 1 I u 'qi 7716 Cbtton 67o5s'0'rn ..,,.EE..1-:pg ca 0 ' U 0 Q 0 7 f f ff "" Q , ' f D V e. Q ,I 1 xx N 'M 1+ if 2 yykfff f A 4 4? I Z A + 4. E' -2. T 5- 4, I, P194 Q4-2-nf-1-I-B Ib -lb ,Z l ttf, g -I 1 ., vp I i 1311: B,-Ka ' l'7716 CL7Ff0rl b'f0y5'07nl L C Q je X i1,k ..g,. ,. 1. - - T -t ..- ,,,-rim ,-Alf Ri' A t 3 i 'W V- -ig, - 7 COUNTY TRACK MEET " At the Vounty Meet' linrtlett took first and T9lllIJl9 second in the track and field eu-nts. liurtlett won hy an nnu-gin of three points. Our defeat was I I in n large sense clue to injuries Nllfi't'l'04l hy some of our best men. Those who ,N placed :ire us follows: II Shot l'ut-Wentllers III, ll2ll'l'lSUIl IIZI 0 lbiseus-llurtiek tl I, Srreziter till i .lavelin-llurtiek II!! I Pole villlll-Z2ll'lll'-V III, llolmes llil, Wezttllers I4I 100 Ytl. llzlsli-Wezitliers IZZI 220 Ytl. ll2lNll--XVCCIIIS Q-ij I I I 3 440 Ycl. llusll-Weelns 12.1, lirskine tell , llzllf Mile-Kersey I2I, Knight Ilia I Mile Run-Sehultz Ili liroaul .lmnp-.launes Il I. Koch IZI, -l0llllS0ll 1.31 3 ' High JlllllIPilVl'illlll'l'N :tml -Iumes Itieul lst und 211113, Zztchry QZSI I Mile li0l2l.V-Sl'llllltZ, l'ollok, Smith, and Johnson tlb P At the llisti-iet Meet the hoys showed the benefit of their good coach- ,I A I ing :intl took thirel plzlee with IS points. Jzxmes took first place in the high I I jump when he eleznreel Ii feet l ineh. Wenthers took third in the same event. 5- ' In the ln-mul jump Johnson was second. Kersey plueell fourth in the 880. , Zlll'llI'.V tietl for seeoml :tml thil-el IllZl1'4'.'illl1l on the flip of the coin, luck was I I , ilgilllwi him. Uur relay team came in at close second, Weems and Pollok, es- i I I' peeiully, running henutiful laps. II These men are all eligihle zunl lll'Ullillll.V will enter the State Meet May I 'V 0 and 7. I lligh -llllllll--l2lllll'S Ilstr. Weuthers Illrtlp I lil-oucl .lunnp-Jolinson I2nalr Q llulf Mile Run-Kersey 1-ithp I I' l'ole Vnlllt-Zzlellry Iilrtll ll Mile lfeluy-Weelns, l'ollok. Johnson, Schultz t2ndI ,- I I I I I I, I I I l I I I I I , I I I I, I I I 1+ If In B ' i'i I I Shultz, McFarlin, Lambert, Hurtick, Smith, Holmes, Wade, Erskine, 'Rector M gi James, zachry, Ponok, st, Clair fCoachJ Q I Streater, Blalock, Smith, Kersey, Hill, Johnson, Fuller, Knight, Lowry 5 ' TI -an I IA if u In me -I -Q N-N A , , I ,ET-lbliftgxwi-Q W W: I, T -Q4-rf:-ze-1-fl ,I -f ' ' WJ . -if lf77le Cotton lilo -of 'P e- 0 e 55 ml oo-'CIFI-1:1- f H AA , , he 'fihiivff l' Ki iiiii , ,, 'ii'i'Qi4Qii12e!: ll Wear" ' iiiii Q 0 i 9 2 GIRLS, TENNIS ' i V Miss Lay chose Mary Aliee Jones as P our tennis representative in the singles anll liorotliy Carr and Harriet Hooker il Stokes as representatives in the doubles. i ln the eonnty meet in the singles, Mary p Alice flefeateal the Belton and Killeen 1 i l'01lI'6SPlll'2lllVQS, who scored o11ly a very l few games against her. She will repre- i ,l . . . 1 sent ns in the fllstrlet nieet. In the doubles our representatives Y 1 were not so successful, but they played X p well. They defeated Belton by love Sets l i but were defeated i11 the finals by the l Killeen entries. I 1 i Mary Alice Jones 1 Dorothy Carr Harriet Stokes ' i BOYS' TENNIS l Tennis lDl'2l0fll'l' did not start until late this year, and due to this, the i boys representing the school were not playing up to standard. i T At the Counts' Meet, Azlnill and Mc-Fadflen. who were not playing as thev were capable ot playing, took third place in the donhles. In the singles Weathers, who was also off form, took seeontl place. I i 4 I 40? 4+ I bl' I p I ' Jack McFadden Eugene Azbill Warren Weathers F. A 9 I , -AW' 7 5 1 -12 F1412-an 4 Cj2'l"P'I'l'B 4 i .L- is W I I ---P+ W- - wie Cotton filo " - ,, , - . , ,YYUIII f 1. I ssl bllflff ., ' .... , "" ' W 4 GIRLS' TRACK L 'Feinple was very snrressfnl in the liell County 'l'ravk Meet for girls, winning twm-iitgv-viglit and one-hall' points out of a possible fifty-five points, ' anal four ont oi' a possible five first places. b Those I'0lll'l'S0llllllg 'lll'llllbl0 were: Stella .lean Allen l Allene Uagle lfllla Marek ' Lorena Mcl'lnre Ollie Mae Bli'F2ll'lilllll Genevieve Rector il Willielinina Smith ln the forty yard dash. McFarland won first place and Allen fourth plan-. Marek won third plare in the baseball throw for ill'l'lll'l1l'.Y. McFar- J land took first nlare anal Nagle seroncl in standinv' broad 'nnl 1. In the basket- 1' I ' I s J I . i ball throw for allstanre, Marek won first place, and Vagle won third place. fl First plzu-e in the one lnnmlrecl and forty yarul relay was won by Allen, Mc- I Vlnre, All'FilI'l2lllll. and lim-rtor, liiiIS1.!'Ti i -'Q .,, 'E -a ' 4 ru .,,,'T'k, l rvntvugi' I' as -ff -,www 3 wh -7 1 , ez" i i li Wi I 2. l-if Allene Cagle, Mr. Burton, Coach t Wilhelmina Smith., Lorena McClure, Ella Marek, H Stella Allen, Ollie Mae McFarland, Genevieve Rector Q An 61 " "-j-7 "7'-- Y- Y l 8 1:53-f'f-Ji? +4 f-as - e ftiligfilglge W li' L...-.. .x 'fn ,..X,vX'IiUff , A' 1' F' 5 .. .Xu.QiW1f W ,AH ,. Q In 'N'Nflf1Q,QQ',QQffiQA,QQ ff ,fi 1 rm F" S AN OPPDRTIINITY There is a real opportunity in this life for every young person who Will learn to work-who is Will- ing to practice self-denial of the good things of to- day for the better things of tomorrow, and is Willing to save a part of his or her income regularly. When trained in the habits of industry, self- control, and thrift, success is bound to follow. OPEN YOUR THRIFT AC- COUNT WITH THIS BANK .ill-1 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF TEMPLE OFFICERS AN I J DIRECTORS F, F. Downs. President, l'. L. Downs, Active Vice-President, .I. G. Childers, Vice-President U. H. I-Iutchison, C2lSlll0l' James Paton, Assistant Cashier L. Burr, Assistant Cashier. P. L. Downs, Jr., Assistant Uashier. G. E. Mct'clvey J. C. Mitchell F. L. Denison K. S. Hull HAVE YOU WONDERED WHY Lynn Znrr wvzlrs snspvlntlvrsi' lloh fil'l'Sll2llIl lllilli0S tl-ips to lmllns? llvls-n Jnnnk nnil Snrn Fon-I-vstc-1' prefer llnim-ks. 'I 'IR-lnplo Illnnil 4-onws to school? I I ' Matrix- lortvr is il U0lll0l'l'ili2 Ask Mr. ht. Vlznr. Morton tlolqllwrg is an shot- SEIIPSIIIRIII? Mr. H0lllll'l'SUll likvs tho song: "l.vt' Mm- Vnll Yon Swm-vtln-nrt"" 'l'Iw1'o is an H. li. Vlnhi' Le-41 'l'honms is so gi-ownsnp? .l. Il. f'2ll'l'0ll is so popnlan' with thi- lnelivs? 'l'wo or tllrm- stnalm-nts nlwnys try to rnn tho svnior 1-lnss? A l'i-4-slnnnn hoy shonhl wvzn- 3.51-von shoe-si' My:-tim-0 Rushing likes 1-lnicke-11? Blillzl' Alia-v .lonvs thinks Waco is n good town Z' lla Morrison puts in so ninvh time st1icl,x'iiig.g'1' Normnntl linllock likm-s Spnnish so well? 'l'hv girls of Tt'lIIllll' High S1-hool flovk to thi- liistory vonrsvs? Woody Zan-llry stnslivs ns lizml ns f,Sl'2lI' Wit-klnnn? HO WELL'S STUDIO .Xvvnn1- A. Phone- QMS! Ilvttm- l'oi-trnits for Loss l'llUFICSSlUN.Xl, KODAK FINISHING l 1 AM PROUD OF YoU, STUDENTS May you live to take your rightful place in the leader- ship of our country's progress On the Highway of life, many milestones will be passed. Each one should be marked with some slogan of thrift. If you put your mark upon them with a good sound LIFE INSURANCE policy as your guide to those who follow, the ROYAL ROAD TO SUCCESS will be well defined, and you can feel you have done something to make the path easier for others to re- cognize. W. J. BASSETT, General Agent, Temple, Texas "Faithful to Customers Since 1896? CLOSE HARMONY V. I. XV. ll, .'Xlllll'Pj' Wood IF THOUGHTS WERE RADIOCAST I IIICIQNARII I4AlIRl'l'I"I' Ilehold nie! I'nl an F. .l, tl. F. What' lnore can life hold for ally boy? .Il'I,l.X BROWN 'I'here are ways and ways ol' attracting attention. If a hair-eut won't do it, try eonling late every morning. .XIlIf1I.I'Z Iil'llli Who wouIdn't eonle to sehool at seven-thirty lt' he studied as hard as I do at that' time? My niain text-book is "Man-Fifty Seven Varieties." .IUIIN I.l'NSI"UIiIl I'nu the guy that put permanent in "permanent wave." YVhat wouldn't these girls around here give for hair like mine? WUUIDY ZAVIIRY Ilow on earth will Teniple Iligh continue to exist if I ever do graduate? Who will there he to wear the little gil-l's lumber jackets? Moreover, who will there be to run the school? HARRY I"IIiS'l'IiltUtlli -XXII K.k'I'IIRYN IlAVENl'0K'l' We are the Romeo and Juliet of Vllvlllllll' High. We know all there is to know about "Heap Much Loving." We eould give pointers even to Garlen and Ilorothy. K IC N N ICT II LIC IC It's terrible to be sueh a lion tlllltlllg the ladies. It's impossible tio let more than one girl wear my sweater. What ran a fellow do under sueh eireunistaneesZ' KATIIRYN I4ASSlC'I"l' t'ute though llllIIllI!+llIill-S me all over. In fat-t I'nl "It," IIAIIRA WIII'lI'II,I'IR l'nl about the eutest Iitt'Ie thing around here. You'd think so. too, if you eould see nie playing tennis with boys on the side lines. Aubrey thinks so, and he knows. IIAYXVAKII Slllilll, What will 'lenlple Iligh do when I leave? They will have no one to play t'ootball. 'I'here will be no one in cllap-el to talk about. The girls adore nie! I ani the football hero! IIICLICN .IANAK I ani the most popular girl i11 sehool. All of the boys ask nie for dates every night. The other girls are all jealous of me because I ani so eute and atrraetive and ellzu-ming and beautiful. I really feel sorry for the lest ol' zhem. .llso I am an A student. and Mr. St. Flair could not do without nie. 4'I,AItI'INt'l'I IIVIDSUN Yrs. l'ni that SlIt't'Il,Y guy. I have to be. to make up for my size. .XI'l!ItI'IY t'tlItXI'ZI,IlTS I ani tearhei-'s 1 et. I'ni nothing il' not obedient'. pleasant. and studious. l . ,-. - HAMILL-HAI ESA "THE BEST CLEANERS" AND DYERS Hloll vlhxss SllllliRl'Il'AlRIN1l P H O N E 2 4 4 4 FITS AND MISFITS We feel that liil'l'il lflhlloek will he il f2llllUllS lllilll Slbllll' daly: He'll he :l f3lll0llS questioner lwllzltevel' that Illily bel no doubt. lll filet. he IIZIS Zlil'92lliy llffgllll his C'ill'l'l'l', and one of his favorite Questions is: "Where does the fire go. when it goes olll'?" lYe llsed to often wonder ill t'he third period study llalll, Why il L'Ql'f2liIl young gffllfitllllilll used to gaze 'Fowzlrd the nortllealst C0i'1l9l' of the aforesaid I'00lll1 Why he was so l'il9Pl'flllQ why he grinned so lllllCil. lint now. Stallldall-d, we 2ll'0 not Slll'lll'iS9li :lT alll, Since we-'ve solved that IDIIZZIQ'-ilf'l'2lllSP NV1- think S2ll'2lil is alitlulvfive. t'oo. iiqelr vownkx-Lf Gxouf ' I . O N F , A f 5 lv ?,w , , 'f 1 ff - 3 Y ' ' I Fljlor Jvtmguh Kgh Lee Hlpfle Low pw, qubre.-1 ghfeefq. "'l'lu- Blain l'l:lc1- on Malin Strut 7'r'mplr, flu' TIIIVII fo Tir' To California Confectionery MUUKIC :tml LESS l'ol4l Ili-Inks, Vanlnlms. lu- t'i-vain. 1. t :gan-s :incl 'l'olm1-vos, Fruits, I-In-. 'l'I'IM I'l.l+l, TEXAS Bell and Crescent Theatres THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES Slovacek Music House Band and Orchestra Instruments Pianos, Phonographs, Sheet Music and Studies-Easy Terms Business Phone 3294 Temple, Texas Denison 81 lsaramey FARM IMPLEMENTS AND BUGGIES Agents for STUDEBAKER CARS Goodrich Service Station MY FORD My Forll is my unto, l shall not want: it IIlillil'IlI nu- to lin- clown in tlu lululaly rozuls: it h-zulm-th nu- into tl-ouhh-s: it sl:-awe-tl: upon my pursc-. I g,u into tlu- pz1t'h of Ili-nth for its IIillllPSilli0Q 51-za. tlumg.-:ll I muh-rstzuul my F4 lu-1-fc-vtly. I fe-zu' nuu-h 1-vil h-st flu- 1-:ulins mul or axle- might lm-ak. It hath 1 lll0WOIlf in flu- pl'c-sm-lu-0 of milu- 1-lu-mic-s. I illllllllllf tlu- tin- with volllputlll tlu- I'2l1ll2lfUI'lIOllI'lll on-1'. SlII't'lj' This thing: will not follow nu- alll ilu- days my lift-, or I shall Ilwl-ll in ilu- lumso of pow-l'ty t'o1'l-V4-1'. Moral: Equip your Fm-el with mu- of flu- illnprovell l'llI'liOU I-hw NN lu-n flu- cm- I'0iIC'llQS tlu- slu-1-cl ul' twm-my mih-s pm- lumr, tlu- bil-Il vonu-s 4 uul sings, "Nm-1111-1' My God to 'l'lu-1-." :uul at forty milm-s lu-1' Iumr, "lun-Il. I Ill musing' Ilonu-." -Ilmwowe-xl. MADELEY 8x IVIADELEY OD FOR TEMPLE AND HER SCHOOLS QW 5 ,? -N ,I X f uw Who? VMJE V. , , . . . 1 Nlr. ht. 4 lulr. Ill ilu- Illl1l!lll'tll' 1 joke: "llzu'e l 1-vi-1' Pohl the 1-hiss this I Ulll' lu'l'ul'1'i" Vluss. iu vlunrus: "Yes," Nlr. St, l'l:iir: "li0U1l..V0ll will prolnllrly iuulerstzuul il this liuu-." Prof. J. I.. ll.: "l uuule an haul hrs-ak :lt dinner lust Illgllllfl Supl. l.. 1'. l'.: "lPou't tell us the one ulunlt The 1'rzu'lu-il plate." J. l..: "No, ilu' luxsress alskeal me if l Wtllllllllll lmve souu- num- 4-oru. l szliil sure. uusl passe-4l my glass." A l"ru-iul: "l girl-suuie vnu currv ai uieuuluto of some sort iu that locket nl' .Volll's1"' Mrs. lla-sul: "lt is ai lurk of my hushzuul's hair." A l'll'l0llll2 "lint your huslnuul is still alive." M rs. lls-sul: "Yes, hut his lulir is all gone. '.r. . R. O. Vulp lrusluug, into lllDl'ill'j'l "l want the life of 1'ues:lr." l4llll'2ll'l3lllZ "SOI'I'.V, hut Brutus heat you to ir." Mr. Mm-Full: "Now. who can tell uu- which travels fastest-lieu! or vohl ?" lla Morrison: "lla-alt, of 1-nurse: illlyllljlly can l'2lIl'll, 4-old." Lewis l'ollok: "'l'hut Myrtice Rushing is nuu-h older than l lll0llg'llI." .hu-k Knight: "Wlu1t'makes you think so?" Lewis: "Well, l asked her if she haul rezul AL-sop's Fuhles. zuul she said slu- rezul ilu-in wlulu they first Cilllll' out." Mr. Sevior: "l'si- the word lmyrott iu an sentence." Lee Tluuuzist "F2ll'Ill9I' -loues 1-llased his son -nul di1lu't vntrll hilu till his lmyvott on il wire fl'lll'l'.u I p 1 . WADE FILLING STATION Headquarters For Gas, Oils, Accessories, and High Grade Tires Telephone 2808 BELL NEWS STAND Shine Parlor for Ladies and Gentlemen Newspapers and Magazines C. C. Barton, Prop. STAVINOHA BROTHERS Hardware Paint Wall Paper The Largest Hardware Deal- ers in Bell County Telephone 2133 Temple, Texas SOUTH SIDE DRUG STORE N. G. CHARLTON, Prop. "Thr Ninn' Hfllllffflllu PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE FREE OF CHARGE Phones 3018-2846 Lg . , ..... .wx l -mm A We Langston7s BARBER snop Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed Ajax and Michelin Tires and Tubes Moore 81 Schave TIRE SERVICE 111 East Central Dial 2269 Road Service OUTFITTER T0 MEN AND BOY We have the largest assort- ment of clothes to be found in Central Texas. Let us be your clothier. Cl'lE1S. Cox 81 S011 Bostonian Shoes -- Manhattan Shirts Ut course you have not seen: Hsu-ry Firstbrook and Kathryn Il2lXPlllI0l'l' .Iac-k McFadden and Adele Burr Garlen Bryant and Dorothy Curr Kenneth Lee and Sara Elizaln-th Aloxmnlor Taylor Johnson and Vergie Lee Pedigo W. ll. Zachry and Lois lValke1' XVood.v Zzlcllry and first one. then the other om-. Aubrey Streater and Laura XVl1eeler Margaux-et SllllIll0ll1lS and "Botcl1y" Koch Uni-tis lqllSC'llk0 and Emlna Grzleter Lionel Hood and Hellon Glnmly But if you ll2lVk'll'l, yon'1'e lilinfletlmfs alll. a t qi 1 Filter lllillq .- R QxerC'iSQ in LRB Nvravssews V, 4121 1 Six ' f1.9z1i'.'5.1f7h.'rh. , Ze'F:giiQiiiI5?7grgi lliifftwxlif 1 ' 'vii 'WC M715 ni-ni We Are With You, Boys-Girls -If you finish High School and leave a clean record and are ambitious to get a college education, we will be glad to assist you. -We are with you in your athletics and want you to win. -We are with you in your school work and want you to win. We are with you for a higher education and will help you win. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK OF TEMPLE DIRECTORS Vlms. M. Valxnnplu-ll J. H, llzlvis, -lr. U. I". Goln-I' Thus. V. llzlll li. li. Kilpzltrirk J. li. K1-4-usm-h A. -l. lxllylcmnmlzlll V. limleliv Ilauqrm-1' Sicplu-ns lr. li. 'l'4-mplv W. F. Wnylznllnl ln Svvtiou l. -D Som ion I. -1 D r Svvliou 1. -I ..4. 4. -I. 1 li. h I FRESHMAN INTELLIGENCE TEST A-Mzltlwiuutivs Figlll-o out how 4'lzu-vin-v llullsou gr-ts Nllvll loud tone voluuu- from suvh il little mm-lxiue. llow lllilllll' F. .l. ll. F.'survofanyilupol'Izlm'1-1' LXIISWUI' in l'lplll'l'Nl 4':1lc'ulzlte the reason why the operzlriou of .Xulrrey Sfl'02lf0l"S vocal 1-owls 1:1-mlm-os SllK'Il au llllC'0lllf0l'T2lIbll' expression ou his face. llAl'l1ysiology llow mli4l l.o.v4-o Gilley get that way? llow lnuwl is an fl'l'Slllll2lll'S skull? 1I'sa- ll2Illllll0I' and tuning fork l to testi NYIIQAI is the illl2lfUlllli'lll t'0llSII'll4'fl4lll of two stumll-urs who climlnwl out of an window? 1'-Assoriutiou lSc'l'ut1'll out the NYPUIIQ worll.i Aubrey Uornelius fluuked, passed. The llenisous are N, 10 years old. lmcqlu-1'01l sllovs are zlttlwlctivv. ugly. NOl'lllElll Bullock is studious. lazy. Templl- Iililllll is ZIDSUIII. present. Combine Pleasure with Duty by Eating Lots of BELL ICE CREAM IT'S A REAL HEALTHY FOOD Bell Soda Water is not only a thirst quencher, but a body builder, and costs no more than the ordinary kind. Insist on BELL ICE CREAM and SODA WATER every time, everywhere. P H O N E 2 5 7 3 Robert Wilbnrn's ililtil of an job is that ot' assisting at florist to pick the flowers of the century plant. lily Glass went to sleep in English vlnss. When questioned about it, he said spiritedly. "Well, Miss Trneblood, you can't expect me to sit up all night to learn my lessons. :ind then sit up all llilj' to recite it." Mr. IilIl't0llZ l think l'll rnn my wife for Vongress. Mr. Wilkes: Why so? Mr. Burton: Oh, she's so lnnndv about introdneiu 1' bills into the house. . L Stalmlaml Lambert: Inn-lin'f, 1 love you better than anvthin 1' I know. ' C' . 1 Man'garet SIIIIIIIOIIKISI 'Phat t'2lll'I' be much. The new freshlnan song is "Baby Face" Hamill Forrester: My, but lln is Sftlf-illl iortantf . I liorothy Gardner: How so? S. Forrester: Why she even thinks the waves are waving at her. 'l'l'nvis Reynolds: I saw the best-looking boy today. l'1l'lllil Moore lil1f6I'0St9dlI lVhere? 'l'. Reynolds: ln the mirror. WRIGHT U DERTAKING CO. TOM S. WRIGHT, Manager l DRINK ORANGE CRUSH AND IN KRINKLY BOTTLES ONLY Theo. Floca, Manager. Dial 3376 Stones Around High School 7 1, 1 I w 43 V . fx' 1 if I on A H X x I of I L Ei 'TZQQEVXVX 55 ii O1 .1 1 1 Kg, gflrk- ,144 H' gn N, n k l.,' 1 ern. wx rm KU R C i N r W,-f...f ag. lhlti -u "' J. W. BONNER ARTHUR HEWETT Watchmaker and Jeweler Undertaker Next to the Crescent Theatre ATHLETIC SUPPLIES Footballs, Baseballs 'I' H' HEMPEL Basketballs, Emblems Jeweler Helmets, Store Gloves C. I. MITCHELL Sporting Goods IADIIINI'll2ll'Illl1llllII llow in the woi-lil uliilyouu-w1'g.5v1'sohignnel strong? Woody Z:u'li1',x': W1-ll. .von sn-v, my lnollwl' insisted that I go to lllllblli' 4l1ooI mul XYUIII' vnrls till I was foul-tem-n. "Ho elonv nw XV,l'Ullj.f.U sninl Ilw nlge-lain Ill'Ulll0lll ns tln- l'I'1'Slllll2lll llnn4l4-sl Ill Ins 1-xann l!ilI10l'. Lewis l'ollok: 1l:ll'lzkn4l's girl says lu- 1l0l'Sll.I love her. l.inn Znrr: Ilnh! 'l'lmt's Iwi' t'nnlt.-Slw 4Iosn'i stop talking long: enough for hiln to tell her. -liln Russ:-ll: You'rv so lnzlv .von'll in-wr cliv. Blziwlis Smith: Wlnnt. I'ni so lazy l'll in-wi' div! llow elo you f'ign1'v I -liln linssn-ll: ICH-n the- Loral will gm-t Iirwl of wailing for you. Holi lIl'l'Sllillll fin tln-am-v in .Xnslin notim-ing Iln- nnnwrons tnxwlosa: lx. lllblllli. do ilu-5 le-I tha- XHllll'l'N in ll'vl'4l1rWll lll'l'l'.' sell f 4 FEATURE 4 mm N M' R M xizv'-J , X -W. ., , w L ' U y . 1 I . 4' , .L ' 1 L " V . w A R I o ' X 5 . 1 , , ' r H , .A 4 2: w . il F. Y h .. 'Q 3 . . , , l ' . . I I' I Y' , - - X" '24 , 1 ,..1.. w , , Our Favorites 65 SENIOR FAVORITES Essna QMAB HAY J. fn. CARROLL 63 SCHOOL PAVQRITES CLAIRE., CDAN IEL KENNETH LEE. 'VX I' 1 ,. i....f'..., N - 4 ,f 1 ' ' I, ,. L L LLL lm-...LL L 4.:z.LLs.,wsL is EEE f5'f0l'ff'07fTEi'f+-icfrgwexf P1 1' , A it i ,, A lpglxf' ' ' Aid, .' E i 1 in ll W . lv 'v 0 I l 1 i 3 . DEBATERS 'l'1-inple High School has never had more cnpuhle or faithful dehnters than those l'4'lll'0S0llilllg us this year. The boys' team. composed of Lewis l'ollok and Len- Thonizis, worked hard and did extremely well. They. how- ever, were less fortunate in the decision of the judges than the girls' ts-ann. The girls' renin. consisting of Virginia Vrosno and Myrtiee Rushing. i won llllilllllll0llS derisions over lVaro and over Austin in the llistrivt Meet. We :ire lioyefnl that they will win state honors in debate at Austin in May. i Much of the sm-ress of the two excellent tennis has been due to the i effirient and nntiring efforts of their com-lies. Miss Mozella Arnold and Mrs. l'i-orter. i l 0 Virginia Crosno Myrtice Rushing H Lewis Pollok Lee Thomas -gf 4: 'S' 'i' T T 'E' Q- H ri- it Q-4. 1, pia-2. it ' i Q4-Pi-1-1-B' F-'L' 5 I' li ' aqui ...Al ' INTERSCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES 'fvinpltr High St-l1nul's lllIt'l'Sl'il0i2lSfll' activities wt-rv smnvwlmt 1-lmng.g't-tl this 'Yt'ill', all contvsts in streaking lacing plnwml in 21 rity tlistrivt with .Xnstin :intl Wan-0. 'Fhosv l't'I7l't'Sl-'llllllglj ns nt this 4-mitvst ht-lil in Austin. lu-sich-s tht- twn th-lmting tvanis, we-1-ez Buys' llvclznnutiou Girls' li-on-launzltiou I':XI0llll?0l'0 Slrvulcilug' lbouglzls Mvllonzlltl Hum-l Maulvlvy Xvltn Malt- Whitv -I. ll. t'a11'l'oll Alleylw liolin C. I. Mitvllvll -I1 Alloyiw Ilolin was stu-vvssflll in the girls' tlvvlulllzltioll and will lnlw- thv lmnur nf speaking :lt thv State Mwt in Austin. The spelling illlti fill'lll0 writing contests wvw hvlml ns nsnnl :lt thv t'4illllT'V Mvvt. The spelling Ttlillll t'iv1l with livltmi for first plnw, nnv uf our it-pi-vsetitntives, Lethal I'ill'iit'I'. snlnnitting il perfect lmlzw. Thost- who l't'I1l't'S0llft'tl the school in the vonnty lit0l'z1l'y vulltt-sts wt-rt-: Spvllvvs 'lhenie Writing' Llifilil i,ill'kt'l' Elizallretll lmwlls I'it'i.Yll Mzlhlvr Downs, White, Mahler, Bolin, Parker Carroll McDonald, Mitchell, Mahler U - s r s so i -niiufi 4s,itff,F'1' s-Q - H s . , , 3 -gr --- -Y g , UI ---my M .f Eiilillfflk'-1.2r s l " ,-- T .'15'I'l -lfzfgqr ' I iii ni ,H -Q-:P limi' -, ' ..... ..,. W .... H W ,, . f '- - ,,., ' v 1 M . ,A..AA.1 A Tx! Hi 3, xl '51 s I . 1 ill ll 'V' iii i V X 'l'ht- Tldlllbil' High Srhool Latin llopnrtnn-nt svort-d il hrillinnl sin-11-ss in tho t't-ntrnl 'l't-xns Latin T0llI'llZlllll'lli' hold in Wan-o, April 2. St-w1':1l hnn- drt-d studs-nts fron: :ill ovt-r this soc-tion took pnrt in this flllll'll2llllt'llT. Uf twvlva- Ulli'l'RllliS from Tfdllllllv, 1-ight won plnrt-s nniong fha- winnt-rs. an H'l'.Y rvnmrkanhlt- showing, inth-wl. 'I ht- honors won hy Tlllllliit' wvrvz lfonrth .war host vxauninution llill,l'l', first. .Xiuli-oy -Int-kson: st-cond, N1-lliv i'2li1'l'. lfonrth .xt-nr ossaiy 1-ontest, first, liliznlwtli llowns: st-1-ond. Lvthn l'2ll'lik'l'. lfonrth ,rt-nr tvznn winnvrs, winning silvvr loving 1-np. Ainlrt-,V -lnvkson :ind Nt-Iliv Unit-r. Ht-cond .vt-:ir bust vxanninntion pzilrvi-, st-t-ond plnvv, llauh-nv Mzltleley. St-pta-inlwr ht-ginnors, host exanninntion Illillll. hlillzl' Lonist- Russell and Vnnril Brooks. First .rt-:ir tlwnw, sevond pint-1-. Lonzolh- llsm-lazy. 'I host- tasking' part in thv rontvsts wt-rv: Al1tl1't-Ii' .lan-kson, Nellie Vaitor. i':ilZZlill'lil llowns, I.t-thn l':n-kt-r. llndvnt- Mzulvlt-y, -lnnnitn -lonos, 3l2ll"Y Lonist- Ilnsst-ll, Vzincil lirooks, Lonzt-llo linl't'l:l'i'. Nlildrt-d Tilllllll. lintln-rino Spot-l'. :ind lillvn Smith. 'l'hoso pupils winning first plalrvs wort- ln'vst-iitvtl with ln-:inrifnl pins 1-1ig:l':m-tl with the words "Sninnm 1-nm ltlllllttu Thi- stndt-nts had lwt-n faiitllflllly rout-livtl hy Mrs. -Ionvs :ind Miss lllzn-lc. All 'l'm-inplv is ln-ond of thv wondt-rfnl showing lnndv. + i lv A Ili 'ii' ws., ,J ' Mildred Tatum, Louzelle Barclay, Audrey Jackson, Iladene Madeley, Letha Parker. I Elyn Smith, Jnnnitn Jonvs, Mary Louise Russell. Elizabeth Downs. Nellie Cater. Yil.llL'll H 4 Brooks, Kathryn Sm-or it N i ' 5' bl i ri H if-34 I . '-rv X , . , ., L.L'- Z" I- 'l 'Kg 1 - -1. 'Et 1 A il, 5 A A Y A .5 . ... ..,. . ,..l..:s.-.,,. XROI,'NIb"l'HIC SVHUUI 1 w UNE-.U"l' PLAY ' !""w' r"""""""PH"H'llQ"' L I7771e Cotton 6704-.vomlP' ,otigq I e e ,C fflrqsvjv 'I 0 "MISS CIVILIZATIONH One contest added to interscholastic activities this year was the one-act: play. Temple's entry was "Miss Civilization." The cast, under the direction of Miss Merle Holsapple, made an very creditable shrowing, winning second place in the district' meet. Three of the cast, Mary Alyce Jones, Eugene Azbill, and 4 Ray Hoyle, made a place on the all-star cast of ten, selected from all the players in the tournament. . The cast was as follows: Miss Civilization ............................................ ....,........ M ary Alyce J ones Mrs. Gardner ............ ..........,...... L ucile Swink Hatch ......... . ............... ............. E ugene Azbill Reddy ...................... ................... R ay Hoyle Harry ...,........................ i.,,....... D ick Watts Captain Lucas ........... ........................ J . D. Carroll P0liC611l811 ................. . .......... ......,........... J . C. Holcomb F ..... Donald Buchard Trainmen ,..,Y,,,A U ............ l'. I. MifCh9ll ohn Hopkins o i T' 1' 5' 'i' 'r E' R! li ,ly pp I B-C1-I-1-uw Q:-4-1:1-1-I-E1 '-1---H - -4-' -fl-1--f -sul-1 -vu f -1-1-fm --'- M f f-4-e A ' 1 -"-4-' f - - E N 1 W X'I'HI,l'I'I'l1' SVICNICS U An Went Aft JL ,. 1. A Q ,424 t'." !l!. 'Ul'.'1 !.U?!.U! 'U EM!'ll'.'ll!l'f'l!.Ul'.'1UMl.U,L'M!.Ul'l!l'!l mf: 0 It RlX'l'lNll is an ancient zlrt. Hut when it is lll'ilClll'ed with the aid of lll0llQ1'll tools and time-savlllg lllili'lllllPI"V, it ll01'Ulll6S one of our most llIlll0l'i2lIlt and resourc'ef11l inelnstries. lending itself to il vast number of beautiful interpre- tations. But i11 zulmlitinn there must he the expert knowletlge of the skilled 2ll'flS2ll1, to nhtzxin t'he finest results from the printing press. CL, NVe are proml to avlmowleclge that this year-lmuk is the result of these requisites for fine printinggg anal is il fIl'l'SllI1IIl- ,,l'0lIlII'f. Q RESHAMS BI'lI,lIHIfN OI" FINE HOOKS Nf11fifmr'rs.' lJ11:bol.v.w-1'.v.' Hnyrf1l'Crf4 I'rintr'rx.' Offif-1' f'fl1lli1l1l0I'8' N lCstzlhlishe4l 1895 Tl'lllIDl1'. Texas 1 s.. I llllllDUUBIUIUUUIUIEDMIUUQPMIQEQEUUHIUMUQMQHQ ', , l A !l.l l l l l l ' J '-f-4-fvf -inf-1 fr-fw-4-'v-+lf+. fe'-W iw-5+ 4-fb, 4-+-Q-' .. :fi V if 1 lf! TR DITIO f 14 1 ... F Q: X - iii' RWMDITION-inspires-every Qfffgii' ' JSWECO-craftsma -to -V give - to-every detail - oathe X T pdient-a ention-that-len precious -quality- to - his work Ind nshi p f fQi,1:,1,fk.f SOUTHWESTERN ILNGRAVING COMPANY wg woum - HOUSTON - D,fxLL,AS :min mils - ruin - Mi ANTA if . I, .. rw ' K' 1 Xu c raving- art- a - painstakiisg fx f -. Compliments of C. D. BLACKMAN Jeweler Compliments of A. C. KUYKENDALL Oldsmobile Agency Compliments of McFADDEN Sz CARMAN Barber Shop Compliments of F. J. G. F. CLUB X J Temple, Texas Compliments of KUYKENDALL GROCERY CO. 116 South First Dial 3124 J AN EWAY DRUG STORE Drugs, Confections, Toilet Articles Up-to-the-minute Delivery Service Kelly-Sprlngtleld T.res Telephone 2681 J. M. OZIER'S GARAGE AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES G oline, LllllTli'?,lilllQ' O'l Storage and Repairxu - No. 5-7-9 and 11 South Thirtd Street. TEMPLE, TEXAS Compliments of D. C. HERNDON Turkeys, Chickens, and Pecans Voire over teh-phone: llello-o-o. honey, do you know who this is? .lurk Knight: Nnw, the Iight's out in this booth and l v:ln't see il thing. Visitor at high school: Are you a stuth-nt here 'P Usrur Wim-klmniz No, I just go to school here. llc-rnire liullzu-tl: What would El cannibal he who :ite his mot'her's sister? Nellie Voter: l'll bite, what? li. liullau-tl: An aunt-eater, of course. llonulcl Burclmrll: l'm n power around this town. I can rifle any- where on my face. lilgie Seugo: lt kinalu looks like you've bee11 doing itf. Haywurcl Shull: I believe this is my dance. lflvvlyn Drake: Quite so. Keep it, won't you? Botchv Koch: So you know as much about it as the roneli does? How do you figure that? 8 Henry Hempel: lVell. he just said himself that it was impossible for him to teach me anything. WM. A. BRADY, "That Trading Man" Brady's Trading Past and Brady's Hardware Co. Sells For Less Dial 4440 2-4-6 So. 2nd St. Congratulations to the Class of 1927 DR. H. B. MASON Compliments of THE Y. M. C. A. MANGUM 8z COMPANY Men's Clothing and Furnishings Temple, Texas i , A START RIGHT! One of the best qualities you can develop is that of thrift. It will enable you to get established in the World of business. One of the best Ways to practice thrift is to buy your goods here and have money on each and every purchase. CHEEVES BROS. 8z CO. DRY Goons, CLOTHING, MILLINERY LADIES' READY-To-WEAR 1 FARMERS LEE31n1gSLgoA15i1RgU1i1JE31lJD STATE BANK Auto Painting, Trimmings, Capital 375,000.00 end Awninge Temple, Texas DeBord-Williamson 1. L. F 1i,, 1, Top QD. l X theme Nlcellm TEMPLE, TEXAQ 1 ID Sul ld I llllll 111114 1111111 X t11l1 XI Pllllf T1 X t41h Nlr. I:ilI'I'l'Il'I 'l'h:1l sun ol' mim- is thu llulnlwsf lmy I I-vor salw. XII: II1-sul: Ilmx' Sul' XII' Il-il'i1-Il: I sm-ill him In Ialll WEIIOI' in the mir, :xml when I went mil. - . 1 I Immml ai lmvkvl ul' waiter in the lmrlc sl-ul. liulh Yhung: .Xml 1l4m'I ,mu sim-:ik to him any lll0I'l'? I IP 4 zirmll: Nw. wlu-in I lzzlss him. I give him the gvolog,ri4':ll SlIl'Vl"V. II Xmm 4mIu,,u il mul ' , ,- g. I 1 . s ,. I lb 1'n1'i-ull: Yes. tlmt's wlmi"s UUIIIIIIUIIIIV known as the stony slam-. xIill'j.1iII'1'l Xu-all: NN hail sim- slim' ilu you wear! , . l'.mm-if Sullixwmz Well, four is my sim-, Iilll I wear sm-vvns 'l'2lllSt' fum-s hm! mx' la-1-I NIV. Ilui-11111: lust:-llv. 4luI Hill rm-:ul :mv t'lll'l'0llI events for tmlaivi' l I-Isla-llv 'l'wilIy: Yes. I matic-1-cl hy lhv lrillilll' il lzll-ge numln-1' of vzlslmltivs. Nlr. llurlmu: WliuI'p:1i:ei"! 'rw lu. lwitix: 'l'h1- l'lvpzip0i'. THE GAS HEATER IN YOUR NEW HOME SHOULD BE A -L ,H We Specify and Sell the Humphrey because 12 .... '- "1"'1"'?' :Eff It is thx- 1lI'IgIllilI. ls " I- A ,iqiigk N, It has the tau-tmgv g111z1l':111'f1-oto pvrfm-in the wurk I ,, I for whivh il was mzulv. Sas I' I I , It mm always he lll2llIlI'illlll'lI-UIIIUI' liezitvrs are 5 V' , imimtions. tlu-y UOIIII' amd go, :mul vznnmt he main- I Q 'fl ' talim-ll lzy 1-vplzlu-ilwlit ol' worn parts. 5 I ' I l' i fiilngfi llhen lu-tier lVilfl'l' Ilezlters am- mmle. IIIIM- qfmgge l'IIIIlCY will imllce them. l ii iillilw "" ""' ' V . ., We sa-ll the Ill MPIIIIICY for 1-ash, or 011 terins if I A snitzlhh- In the pliu-lialsvl'. -' I , F 'M U l il . ,IR7 I 'I'liel'1- :ire inure III'Ml'HIiICYS in servive l'ham 52' uifk, any mln-r this Water Hvzitel' mzule. L Temple Gas Co. 1 . , ' ll. V. Bennett: I wish every year haul 365 days of rest. -Iohu l,llllSf0l'llZ Are you luacl? The-u we would have to work a clay vvery fourth year. Miss -Xi-uohl: limlwzml. quote "Stone walls do uot a prison make." l':1lXVill'll -IZllll0S 1abseut-uiiiuledly11 Stcue walls do not a prison make uor irou bars a jail, but nay, how they do help! Leslie Procter: Mauna, is papa going to heaven when he dies? l Mrs. l'l'UCl9l'I XVhy, sou, what put such au iclva iu your he-ad? Miss Word: lSll'T this book 1-atlu-r technical? -Iohu Hal-1-isou: lt was that way when I got lt, ula aiu. V. I. Mitvliell: Haxeu't I got a W0ll4lPl'flll voice? Frances Hobbs: Well. it's sorta ffrateful. U. l. Mita-lu-ll: llow grateful F. Hohhs: Uh, a few cliukvrs now and then. JACKSON 'S MARKET All kinds of fresh and cured Meats, Barbecue, Pure Hog Lard. ' Phone 2472 106 South Main LET- HARRY SHANKLIN Do Your Cleaning Rugs Cleaned Phone 3 4 5 6 GRIFFITH'S "M" STORE Owned and operated by a Temple citizen "Where courtesy and clean- liness are the Watchwordsv ALBERT J ANAK Elecftric Shoe Rebuilding Good Work, Good Material, and a fair square price Use Goodyear Wingfoot Soles and Heels All Work Guaranteed ',- --I-...F H- -Y Q- - H- 451 "4h' COMPLIMENTS Wm. CHHICFOH Ol CO., IHC. TELEPHONE 2017 T E M P L E DANIEL FURNITURE CO. QUALITY-SERVICE Telephone 2554 Better Goo-ds for Less Money 107 S. Main Street Temple, Texas The Thomson Grocery Co. Clncorporatedl Exclusive Distributors for All Gold Canned Fruits Maxwell House Coffee Acorn Flour Thistle Brand Canned Goods French's Extracts and Spices Ask Your Grocer Abouft the Brands Temple Gatesville f . Mr. Sevier arrived home at 3 al. ul. When he ilI'1'lV9tl at the front door, he found an burglar jinuuying it. "Whit at minute, old man," he said. "l.et's strike 21 lra11'g:1i11. I'll open the door if you'll go in fil'st.', Kathryn Bassett: Isn't he rather fast for you? Marguerite Mt-Kay: Yes, hut' I don't think he'l1 get away. Miss Holsapple: "What do we know about zero ?" llrury Firstbrook: "Nothing," Motorist tstoppiugl: Say, you want a ride? A. J. Sewell: No, Iqlll walking to reduce. Motorist fdoubtfullyr: StI'ill1g0l', l've lived in these parts all my life and l never heard of that town yet. Ashley Elliott: Say, Lee, what are you wearing your socks wrong side out for? Lee Thomas: There's a hole in the other side. MODERN DEFINITIONS lligh School-ai coach surrounded by enthusiasm. lilectric Bells-developers of the llIlilgIllliltl0ll. A Football Team-the center of the universe. Literary Societies-I,ul1lic speulcers ill the ulzlking. l'riucipal's Office-an waiting l'00lll. Contests-agony for all concerned. Senior Class-lilll l'S and little lT'S. Telephone No. 2420 IVIODER STUDENTS FUR ITURE Clothing and Furnishings Y Incorporated Carter 81 Baugh HOME FURNISHERS "If It's New, We Have It" Cash or Credit TEMPLE, TEXAS Three Leaders in Tires THE GEM Slllfifil, and SOUTHERN CORDS EWher51.You Ggttthedlgest if very ing to a an rin M. WATSON, Prop. 4417 Temple, Texas I QJVlcCelvey-Hartmann Extend their hearty congratulations and good Wishes to the graduates of Temple High School May they live long and prosper l " .4-s -."1. 1-a OUR BUYING POWER THROUGH IT WE SELL FOR LESS AND YOU BUY FOR LESS HERE INSTITUTION A NA TION WIDE C 3 wliere savings are greatest " . TEMPLE BAKERY All kinds of Bread, Cakes, and Pies Opposite Post Office Dial 2688 Compliments of 4' lf. 5? C C l 1 ' QQ-imap Y ' LIONS CLUB , . lullzzllwlln limvns in ll'l,2' l'l2lNN1'Q' Nllss llulsalpplu. ph-:uw 4l'1'z1x Yu mfinitx. ' 1 fllillllll' Sellers saws llml Ill! llllNll'l'llll'l'4' is "Ode my n 1 1 c-iam l'l1urn.' X N : l '4- A ,. ,X -- --I - -- we-. -2 -- , . 4 , 1 H. C. Chas. J. M. T B W S F AN OPE LETTER T Dear High School Students: The K TEMPLE TRUST COMPANY are interested in your future. You are going to be good citizens or you are going to be had ones. The city mas some of both kinds in it. officers and directors of the T YOU WILL DECIDE FOR YOURSELF T l Out of the long years of experience and observation we know that N your lives will depend to a large degree upon your attitude toward ' money. There are a. few fundamental things every by and girl ought to learn about money. FIRST-Money is a sacred trust, for lt's brains and blood and L heart power lcharactery coined into negotiable form. SECOND-It is not "Filthy lucre" unless the character producing it is filthy. V I . r I THIRD-To waste it is to waste good character, the most valua- ble thlng that God has ever given to man. X FOURTH-To serve money is to become an idolatrous slave. FIFTH-To make money serve you and your neighbors is to be a master with money, the slave. SIXTH-To possess money, you have to save it and to save it, you have to form the habit early. The habit is worth more than the money. This company has a plan for you. Come and see us. TEMPLE Glenn, President M. Campbell, Vice-President Woodson, Vice-President Duggan Vive President Rowland Secre'ary Treasurer l r T I T TRUST CO. T Miss Miss Miss Chas Ermine Davison, Asst. Sec.-Treas. H' Hazel Millard, Bookkeeper Flora Lackner Assistant 'VI Orgain Special Inspector 4 . l - 1 r I, ,, ,.., , . OUR JUNIOR COLLEGE To make Temple attractive to prospective citizens we must put our schools i11 the first rank. We have always been proud of our schools, hut i11 these progressive times we must aspire to larger and lI6Il'0l' school facilities. The Temple t'hamber of t'ommerce desires to see every boy and girl i11 the t'ity of Temple so educated as to lleeome a paying investment to our city. We are glad we have secured our -lunior College and want every boy anal girl to take advantage of this opportunity to secure a college e1lneat'ion. TEMPLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE A DAY THAT WILL LIVE IN MEMORY GRAA: 040 0 4 49 frlllllgv O 1-5 43,1 Q 9 - 'ii-'ff' ' " 'fn rib N oF Il0llllll8l1CClll0llt Ilay-The day when the young' woman or youth graduates from the studies that will fit them for the serious affairs of life, is one that will he cherishetl always. Associations and pleasant friend- shils made in the class-room will lixe in memory years after many of the old school chnms have scattereml widely in business pursuit. A photograph will be appreciated hy your class-mates and will serve to revive pleasant memories of the oltl days in years to come. LACKEY STUDIO MOSS ROSE CAFE FOR TEMPLE and SCHOOLS Your Business Is Appreciated RODDY BROTHERS Department Store That Service Built STYLE ! The Magic word that means so much to well dressed wom- en. It is the constant thought of manufacturers of fine Wear- ing apparel-It is RODDY BROTHERS that sets the style for Temple. Compliments of PARKER TRANSFER CO 1886-1927 Anotlu-r mile post passed. This is the Forty First Year I lmvv been in Temple. There lmw been many clialiges, but the Service at NVillis' llrug Store remains about the same. W. E. WILLIS DRUG STORE XVisl1es each of you a sllvvossflll xcareei W. W. SHEPPERD C. W. BARRETT AND SON Cleaning and Pressing LUMBER Phone 2087 Cement, Builders' Hardware, and Feed SULLIVAN'S GROCERY Fancy Groceries and Fresh Meats Phone 2124 607 West Avenue G EAGLE BAKERY Our Bread Can Put Pep in THE WILDCATS l A , , FLOWERS Anywhere, any time, any kind Ring Night and Day Phone 2777 BELL FLORAL COMPANY The Leading Florist Temple, Texas C. SNODGRASS Man's Shop "Made to Measure Suits" Dial 2242 No. 3 N. Main Quality Service Price W. L. GREEN HARDWARE COMPANY 16-18 East Central Ave. Temple, Texas Temple Belton Rogers Lampasas BASSEL BROTHERS Wholesale Poultry, Butter, and Eggs THE FULTON AND PALACE MARKET Fresh and Cured Meats Service and Grade Our Motto FREE DELIVERY Phone 2010 Phone 3305 DRINK in Sterilized Bottles Temple Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Baylor College for Women Baylor College had last year the largest summer school of any college in the south outside of the State Institutions, which in many instances were too crowded for good and efficient work. Thel prospects for this summer are even better than they were or ast. The first term of Summer School opens June 6th and closes August 13th. The last half term opens August 14th and closes September 17th. This enables a girl to get in a third of a session by staying through the first term or a full half session by staying through the last half term. Girls who stay through Whole sum- mer, through next session and following summer may get in two full sessions and save one full year. The fall term opens Sep- tember 17th. Baylor College has same entrance requirements as has the University of Texas and same recognition from State Depart- ment of Education. The faculty for this summer and next ses- sion will be larger and stronger than ever before, as we have added five men with Ph. D. degrees. In addition to standard courses leading to standard de- grees, all special courses will be offered. Baylor College has a Fine Arts department of which any institution might Well be proud. Large loan funds and special terms to girls and prospective teachers of limited means Where properly endorsed. Baylor Col- lege co-operates with Temple Rotary Club in lending money to worthy Temple girls. We are proud of Temple High School and of girls we get from Temple. We Want more each year. For additional information, write J. C. HARDY, A. M., LL. D., President, Belton, Texas I - Say It With Flowers f COMPLIMENTS W r ai . , RAL f TMTHFSEHQI in I 14 E. Centra1Ave. Phone 3418 PROMPT SERVICE-' GUARANTEED QUALITY TE S GED LET'S BOOST TEMPLE Bliss Ilolsnpplo tin pnlrlic' syeakilxggg vlnssr: IIUIIQIIIS. what do yon nn-:in lny IllN1'I'I'Illg tho mIvl'isivv exprossion ".xI1IIII'2ISiIllI'l'u in your s1woc'Ii? IIUIIQIZIN BIUIIOIIEIIIII Grout scott! I IIIPZIIII nlzplnnsof Zinn Brooks: Motllvr, nnly I go out To swim? Mrs. Brooks: YI-s, my dzmglltvr, but 4Ion't go ne-an' t'llo CIIEIIIIIPI. Lillian 3IZll'II2lIl'kI Ilo you know In-1' to speak to? Iissim- M. Hays: No, only to talk nhont. -Iiln IDola111: I Villlif swim. .Xllwrf llzlrtonz IVhy? -I. Ibolnnz I :1in't in walter. Xolson Russell: xXvIl2lI'.S Ilw Iizlfo ple-zlso? Mr. M4-I':1lI: Nm-wi' lnind The dam-, the PXIIIIIIIIZIIIHII is lllIII'I' ilnnortzlnt. N. Iinssollz IW-Il, I wzlntwl to haw SUIIIUIIIIIIQ on lllf' IIZIIPUI' right. TEMPLE ICE 81 REFRIGERATING CO We strive to gain the confidence of the Boys and Girls associated with the Temple High School. OUR MOTTO Serve at any cost Pure Ice and full weight PHONE NOS. 2568-3276 J. C. MITCHELL, Manager SOUTHLAND COTTON OIL CO Manufacturers of COTTON SEED PRODUCTS Temple, Texas -. . .1 The junior College Is llfjaifllllllllgf its second your in 1-111- sei-vice of the c'itize11sl1ip of 'llvlllllllk If has haul no 2lllllllflOIlS lower tl1:111 tl1el1igl1est. The i11stitutio11 has been lllOl'OllQ'lll,Y iiispectvfl and has been givvii llll- qualified rziukiiig' as FIRST VLASS, for both years of work. and in tllrcv svivln-es. lay both the Assovizltimi 111' Texas Colleges and the State Ile- lPZlI'illI0llf of I'lllllCZlIlOll. The 'l'e111pl11 Juiiior Vollege is Elll- xious to serve H111 boys and girls of Tellllilt' as fillfl' finish tlwir lliggh Sellool work. ational Laundry "The Old Reliable" Quality Work and Servieef Our Motto DIAL 3045 R. P. French, Prop. J 0.13.1311 IEL LAWYER AJAX and MICHELIN TIRES AND TUBES MOORE Sz 'SCHAVE TIRE SERVICE 111 East Central Dial 2269 Road Service A. W, FOWLKES GENERAL CONTRACTOR --.,.,d - ,a.i5...L! T.. W. REED "THE TEMPLE FLORIST For Graduation Bouquets Phone 2332 Day and Night Service Congratulations to the Graduating Class From Birkheacl Motor Co. BUICK AUTOMOBILES Sales and Service Temple, Texas P. W. Carroll 81 Co. INSURANCE, BONDS, REAL ESTATE, AND RENTAL AGENTS 400-401 City National Bank Building PHONE 2257 Compliments of Brazos Valley Cotton Oil Co. Cotton Seed Products Temple, Texas TOMLIN SON'S TUFTLESS MATTRESSE.S Made from Highest Grade of Long Lint Coliton Renovating Work a Specialty Temple Mattress Company D. W. Tomlinson, Prop Phone 2298 817 E. Avenue C. Temple, Texas Miller--Bragg Motor Co. Sales P' In-f-4-1 1.-.,.nm,. Service 10-12 South 2nd St. PHONE 3231 Walton Electric Co. Electrical Work Done Right PHONE 2324 Danse BRUTHER5 MOTU R CAR FOURS ANlD SIXES LATEST DESIGNS Denman Moron COMPANY II SUUTH ECUND TREET TQMPEE. TEJEAS McQUEEN'S PHARMACY The Rexall Store Toilet Articles, School Supplies Cold Drinks, Kodaks Phone 3013 11 N. Main CHAS. ROSENER Temple Battery Co. I Orthophonic Victrolas R. C. Radiolas Lane Cedar Chests 31.00 Weekly i ' XXX I TUR TRY Holdenis Cafe WHEN HUNGRY FORD SALES AND SERVICE Good Used Cars at Fair Price TEMPLE AUTO COMPANY Incorporated Doering Building PHONE 2251 W. W. SELLERS Furniture and Sellers MATTRESSES 120 S. Main Sit. Temple, Texas Life, Accident, and Old Age Benefits at Cost We place young people in a separate class Reliable Life Insurance Assn. KA loual Mutual Aid Associationb E. T. Knight. Secy-Treas. Room 5, Roddy Building TEMPLE ROTARY 'CLUB Compliments is behind the Olympla Boys AND GIRLS CODICCIIOHCTY of Temple Schools L.,....! v I 3.-3? 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