Temple High School - Tiger Yearbook (Temple, OK)

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1928 THE TIGER ' Volunme I Pub-lislzczl by Hur Simdcznfs ul: Ternple Iiigh School Telnple, Olilflllfilllfl wi 76:15 'v IllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllll THE '2a T1GER IIIIIlllllllIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FORWORD As I sat poiiclering' I roalizecl how vain, how 'l'util0 is a foroword. For in the ultimate it is tho contvnts of this annual that will win for our staff an eulogy or an epituph. hut tho thing that is of vital iinpoi-tance to us is the volume of lifo that lies betwoen, and- it will clctermine our place in the great scheme of things. If Wo put into this annual all that is most vital in our high school, its wry soulg it' that soul and our endeavor he great enough, they will win for us an eulogy and not an vpitziph. fur E151 'A' 'A' IKFIAWA' 'A' mil 'A' A' i5 'A' 'A' rZA1'i iA'A'i IllIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze TIGER Illllllll IIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII DEDICATED To The ones, who have led us Through lhis High School Year of '28 The ones. who have smoothed the path our feet have trod and helped us over the rough places. The ones, who have toiled for us and given to us their best efTorts. VV0 the lligh School of Temple, Oklahoma, dedicate this hook to "Our Faculty". ., thre EEUU 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 11'A1i' H H KHA1L'A1il' i1'A1il' 1Eilx3iliUil1Kil1EHmEi1i'LJA'iV.'0A'i i'0A'i i'0A'i i'0A'i 10'A'i i'LxA'i xKiI1E1lKilAiFi1iKHiHiIi'0A'i H V Li ,, Ill IIIIII IIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII YQ T H E ' 2 8 T 1 cs E R IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII A. R. JA1mlcTT Supvrin tvmlcnt Central-B. A. Oklahoma, University I lll YZMVIHI 'A' HIKHHVA' gg U23 lgzgl? f IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII mu IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII C, A. iIl.:xL's15x W Pl'i71f.'I.1JIIl of High S1-lmnl A. 8 Xl. firvllfga'---R. 5. X HU' y---ff'T i r F I L 'F n K IIIII H IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll THE 'ze TIGER I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ' Temple High School Building - Temple Grade School Building Home Economies Room Agriculture Room blX "' IllllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze TIGER lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ORDER OF 1100K I .....,.,. Roux II .EEEE E Iiooli HI ..,.EE.. 1400K IV ...... 1500K V ........ lmoli X I .,EE., BOOKS lntroclzlvtion Vlnsscs Jllllffil' High Athletics UI'fj!llli.C'IIf'f0IIS Features WC' "' 'A' ' 'A'Tx1'A3i' YHTHVA' L. ,, ,, lIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'za jlqsgn IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII SCHOOL BOARD ,l. G. Bone ...,,.,,...,,,.....,,........,,,,........,.,...Y...,..,..,..,,.,,........,...,.....,,..,...,.....,,,..,..,.......,....,,...............,.. President H. C. Edwards ,,..,,, ,,Y........,,, , Clerk J. ,l. Mclhmiel ,,.,,... .,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,.......,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, M e n Lbcr FACULTY l 4 A. R. Jarrett ,,,,,,,...,.......,,,.,,,..........,,....,,.w... .,......,......,,...,.,., ....,,,,,,..,....,.,,.........,.......,,.....,,.......,.... G e ometry C. A. Clausen ..,,,,...,....,..,,,,,,.,,Y.,.,...,,,,,.,,,..,..,.........., ,,,,.,....,.........,.,..,,,,....,..,.,,,,,,,..,....,.....,..,.,..... A griculture Lee ,lolmson ....,.,. History-Coach Mabel Morrison . .....A...... Spanish-MuSi0 Opal Beasley ..,,.,,.,,,. .YY,Y..,Y...,.............,,. S 6561106 Ffangis Tandy A,Y,-.,,, ,,,,,,,,,, H Omg EL'07l0Ifl'iCS Beauton Kooken ..,... ,,,.........-.---------- E ThSliSh eight HIE? f HlHlHl EHiKHHl FxlEx'l'1U'lEH llll llllllIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll llllll ' THE T ga "IlIIIlIII IllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIllllllllllll 1 'Q 5 If Y "X ! TYZMWU QHAXW 4 ,ga , 1, "j-x Q! j VW xiii IIIIlIIIlllllllIIllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I, -5',1r5'm'5',I SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS DAVI4: IIICHAIIIJSON ...,..,...,,,,,.E.......,,E,.E. ....,........,.....,....,,. I Ieserlrnf BIARSHALL MI4:'I'z .EE.. S,I.. I In Pzcszdent J, C, BICGEE ,.,. .E...... I OPYIPILIII y 11111911701 tell CLASS MOTTO HB2 Bn BUT NEVER Bb" CLASS FLOWER SWEET REAS CLASS COLORS BLUE AND SILVER Ill IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze' TIGER I IllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FREDARICA BALDWIN .... ...A, ...,..,..,... .,,,... F I - efla "Shes got lt". Journalism, '28,RGd Demon, '28, Basket- ball, '28, Annual Staff, '28. JOYE BALDWIN ...,.. ,.,,,,,,,,....,, ,,......... I 0 flier "Obi so quiet". Journalism, '28, Bed Demon, '28, KENNETH BEASLEY ,.,,...,.,,,.. ,,....,, Kelly "0h! me too", Track, '24, '25, '26, '27, Journalism, '28, Junior Play, '27. OPAL BI:AsLEY ....,,,,,,,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,...,,...,,, Samba "The 'Jewell' of my heart". Home Ec. Club, '26, '27, Physical Ed- ucation, '26, Basketry, '27, Red Demon, '27, '28, Baskeball, '26, '27, '28, Journal- ism, '28, FRANK BIZZELL ,,,,....,,,,,,,,,, .,.,,.. ,,,. B l zzy "A study in black". Football, '26, '27, Track, '26. RUEBEN Bowigus ,......,.,.,...,,,,,...,.,,......... Rube "Hes not much in a crowd, but when you get lIim alone, you'd be surprised". Football, '27, '28, F. E. O., '28, Spelling Club, '27, Magazine Club, '26. EMILY CROW ,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,......,,,..,,,,...,,,,.,,., Tools "The Blue Girl". Home EC. Club, '26, '27, Basketry, '27, Bed Demon, '27, '28, Journalism, '28, Football Queen, '28, EVA DAVIDSON ..............,...........,,,... Litlle Eva "WlIere there's a smile there's sure to be a friend". Red Demon, '26, '27, '28, Football Queen, '27, Capt. Basketball Team, '27, Hostess to Junior-Senior Banquei, '27, Dramatics, '27, Glee Club, '26, '27, Physical Educa- tion, '26, '27, Junior Play, '27, President of Bed Demon's, '28, Journalism, '28, Basketball, '28, Toastmistress to Football Banquet, '28, EDGAR DAVIS ,,,,.,,,, ,...,...,,,.. ..,.,..,,....,.,....,,,,,, S u g "They go wild, simply wild over me". Shop, '27, Spelling Club, '27, Journalism, '28, F. F. O., '28. HENRY K DIEBEL ,,,,....,.. ,.,.. D ieb "The History Star". eleven Ki H i0'A'i EH 'A' 'A A A' 'A' iiilfxlilxgil 'A' A 'A' m'A'i H iii i'AA'i YQA'i i'6'i IBB IIIIllIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Tl-HE if IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ELYA Dowlilx. xlAlMlAIllC'l' lllY'l' ,,,,,,,.,,,, . ,,,,,....,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , 'Vim HOur married ladyu. Hluilllc but loudv. Correspfrmlemze. lied llc-inon, '26. '27, '28g Physical Educa- tion. 26. -271 Hom" EC. Club. '27: Dralnalics. 226. '27g President of Red De- ql inonis. i27g Emltor of The Tiger. .232 EDITH EVANS - f"- f'f'-- 'f"ff""f"ff"f"'-A"',f, L fl If Toaslinistress lo Football Banquet. '27: 'LA inaidrn wry pleasing: lo see. .lunior Play, '26, Wllmw can both t'lll?l'I'l.lIl and joyiul ben. A Red Demon. '26, '27g Home lie. Club. -lfullfs -lA'l'll'7"'l' ---'A-f-""f'-'-'---'--'----"'-----"----- -IU" 273 .lournalfsnn '28, Ulce Club, 526g wlllif-y don'I grow them any longer". Physical lfductalion. '26, '27, Class Presi- Drinnatios. 7265 Magazine Club. '26g Fool- denl, 726, Annual Stull. 28. ball, '27, '28g Track. '27, Glee Club, 726. VERNHL CANDY , ..,,.,,,,,,,., .,,,.,,,,,..,., ,,,,,,.. C I zeal: l.lICII.l.IC Ki-:l1:'l'if1z: ,,,,,,,.,,,,....,,,,,,,,.,.,....,,,...,, Cimly uShelll surely be ai lailor f'l'aylorj", Wlllley don'l grow them any bigger '. Physical Education, '27, llomc EC. Club. .lournalisnn '28g President of Gloe Club. '27g Baskelry. '27: Ch-e Club, '27. 727. ALMA llonscnrmc ,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,.,,..,, ,.,,,,,,,,,.,., A I ,l, CI, .Nlfgtliqiq ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mnggiq' "You know me Alu. Re ' o i27. i283 Cleo Club. i26g Journalism '28g ll 7 Ml wish you were jealous of nie. Timli. llrannalirzs. '26g Football, '27, 28, ,lunior Play, '27g Toastmaster to ,lunior-Senior Banquel. '27g Track. '27, Magazine Club. d Demon. AZ6. '27. 28: Yell Leader. me Ee. Club. '26. A275 Class l resi- P dent. '27g lbysieal Education. '26. '27g 26: Basketball. '28g Annaul Staff. 28: Basketry. '27g .lunior Play, '27g Annual Class Ollievr. '28. Staff. '28 DA'ru: HowA1n1 , , ...... ....,,,.,,, ,,...,,.,,,, D Univ MAnsnA1.i. Mi-rrz ,,,.,,,.,,.,.,,.,,,.,,,,..........,, Rabbi!! "Laugh and the world laughs with you. Weep and you, weep alone -so says Dane". Physical Education, 726g Dramatics, 726, '27 l'And liels a jolly good fellow". Orfzliostra, '26, '27, '28, Football, '26, 727, '28, Annual Staff, '28, Band, '26, '27g g Journalism. '28, Baskelball, '27, ,285 l", F. O., '28, President of the Orchestra. lied Demon, ,26. '27, '28, '27, '28, .lunior Play, '27g Class Officer, W '28. twelve - YAVIIYVVY Av l IllluuulllulmllIIIllIIuIIuIIlmlllllllmuulllm j Hgv 5 2 3 Riagg fimiiiiiiiiiiiliiiuii 1 i l ,W e l O1.A 31oBi.m' ,,,,,, ,,,,, . ,,,, , ,, ,, IInI1b.w H1 ssicia. lh1.Ax'i' ,, , ., Russ t'She'll make a gmml wife fur suiin-mn-". MA fine pre-aeln-ris sun". Home Ee. Clulm. '26. -272 Vliysiral lilu- Voulliall. 23. Orcln-slra, 28: Basketball. cation. i263 Basketry. -271 llecl Ile-innm, '28: ,Iuninr Play. '2T. '28g Journalism. '28. YINXIE LEE Hooxm , , , ,,,,,, , linniv Bigiim Simgxi-Qu , , , H i,,, Iielr-ip 'LAncl l learnefl almul wnn'n from lieru. "Brown eyes. wliy are you lllllisi? Pllysieal Erlueatinn. 26. .272 l,I'2ilH3lll'F. H1-ml Demon. '26. '27, 28: Clem- Clulu. '27g '26. .271 Hurne Ee. Clulm, .272 BllFlll?'FF Dramaiivs. 26: llmne lie. Cilulm. -271 Manager of Tlie Tiger. '23: lit-cl De-inun. Luurnalisin. A281 Pliysival E4lllK'21ll0l1. '26. '26. '27, .282 ,Iuniur Play. '27. '27. RVTH KIl'LI,INs ., , ,. . ,..,,,,,.. ,..,,,,,,.,,, , , lifmfs ffi,.A.ici-:wig 'Ifum , ,. , , , Ibn Hgayis balmy l clun't no mo' care". NWI-Il. l ll'Ac'larm-7. Clee Clulv. '26. -271 Pllysieal liilucatiim. Fmrtlmall. 725. '26. 27. A231 Captain of 'lin- '26. '27g Retl Demon. 26. '27, -233 Hunts' Teinple Tigrers. .281 'l'rac'k. '25. '26. '27. Ee. Clulm. '27g Basketball. -231 ,luurnalisni '28g Class Prvsitlenf. .ZSQ Junior Play. '27, '28g Annual SIaFf. '28, DI-:Xxmi NORMAN ,,,, ,.,,,,,,, ,,,, , ., . Lurzlry EMMA 'FAHW H , H , Ifjmnggr "l-le's just a long. lean vuunlry gxinkh. 'Slow hm Sur,-", B3FliPTl7Hll- '27- '23s F- F- on 723- Hell llelnun. '26, '27. -232 l'l1ySical Etluca- tion. '26. i271 Give Clulr. i273 Uramaties, '26: llunn- Ee. Clulm. '26: Journalism, '28g Annual Staff. '28g Basketball. '27. '28g Pre-siilenl Basketball R1-il Demons. '27g ,luninr Play. '27. Dani Hiigimrumux ,,,, , , ,,..t,,, Shir-If l.1zl.m Tmlmc , H Billy 'slleill make a fini' slim' SiilL'24lIlk'll'Iu. S'Sli0's very quiet llul vm-ry nice". Class President. -281 Baskelliall. '27. .282 llunn- lie. Clulu. '27. '28: Physical Eclu- .Iuniur Play. '27. ration. 27. thirteen EHIYZMVI EH HlYHK1TKLWHE?' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII T135 'zap TIQER IIIIIIII IIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII LEMA '1'1P'i'oN ,,A,,..,.,,,,,,.,,..,.,,,,, ,....,,.,,,, . Peggy l.l:l'l'llA Envmims ,, ,,..A..,,, ,.., ,,,,..,...,,,,.. E rl 'AHerc's praise lliat comes to ve-ry few. wflle Texas Girl". I Always in Aearnest and true blue". Basketball. '28g Public' Speaking, 28. Physical Education, '26, AQTQ l'l0I1ll' EC. Club, '26, '27g Clec Club. '21 lelulcsllm, WKJIISIIAAI ,,,,.,,...,,,, ,.., ,.,.. . ,.,, I 1 vrshy B15AU'roN Koukm "He'S our babyll. A'Our spunsuru. Magazine Club, 726g Spelling Club. '2T. 'last but by nu means leastu. A. B.-O. U. English. frlllI'f.0Cll Q8'1TiHHV1LX'1l 'A' !5HUl11'Al'i Hi 'A' 'A' XMIEHHVW 'A' A' x1'Axil'Hi1K1T'A' llIIllllllllllllIIIIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 328 T1GER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE SENIOR CLASS HISTORY I have the good fortune to be one oi' the thirty-three members of the Senior Class. Vile are fortunate enough to have with us to-day Edith Evans. Marshall Metz. Alina llorsehler, Vinnie Lee Moonev. Emma Tandy and mvself who were ill the elass lVlN'I1 its long journey under tl1e direetion oi' Miss Dexter was started. lt was a great pleasure to us to weleome to our elass during the long journey through the grades six new members, who are still with us and whose fidelity merits the highest praise. Very luckily for us there was Eva Davidson to join us in the fourth grade and niueh to our profit and delight Datie lloward joined us in the sixth grade. Clarenee Tandy, although a pupil ot no ordinary eleverness failed to pass one year and we 'Hatter our- selves that we were able to l1ave hi1n in our elass. Tn all probability we were never more fortunate than when Ruth Mullins, Jim Jarrett and Kenneth Beasley also joined us. Then we entered high sehool. VVe had passed eight mile stones in our journey, to the end. As luek would have it we were joined by Iflelva Stogner, a student brimming over with new ideas: Elva Dowlen, our eorrespondent member from lValters and that most exceptional pupil, llersehel Worsham. VVo were heartily glad that in our Sophomore year we seeured pupils that are worthy of high praise. They were Yernie Handy. liema Tipton, 'Edgar Davis, Ruehen Bowers and J. U. MeGee. lt is not likely that we eould ever seeure any more loyal lll0Illil0I'S than those who entered in this year. Dave lliehardson, Emily Crow, Zlllli lielia Taylor from Ryan, Oklahoma, joined us in our Junior year. They were all the most ardent supporters ot' our class. We are grateful to Gnd that in our Senior year we had acquired persons whose merit equals their reputation. They were liueille Keeter, Ola Mololey, Opal Beasley, 'Frank Bizzell, 'Russell Rylant from Ladonia. Texas, Freda and Joye Baldwin from Mineral VVells, Texas, and Letha Edwards from lfainlin, Texas. We now stand thirty-three members, true and loyal to our high sehool. We are sure to aeeoniplish a world of good for we are noted for making' the best grades of any elass that has passed through sehool. lfslo fWl'jH'lllll. Now we have reaehed the last mile stone in our journey through sehool. NYe are all proud to helongf to Our Ulass. Tl l E EDITOR. fifteen mi Him 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' xiilxiilxgdxiilxiimlxiilxgil GlKl1EilxK1T'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' IIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIlllllllllllllllllllll THE! 'za TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII TI-IE SENIOR CLASS WILL AWe, the Senior Class. before leaving Temple High Sehool make our last will and testament: To Mary Estelle Morrow and Flossie Jemison, we. tlIe Senior Class, bequeath the right to giggle like Eva Davidson and Datie lloward. To Pearl Allen and Thomas King. the right to have as bad a love affair as Tim Hunt and J. O. Meflee. To Jimmie llfoar, the right to become as good a 'Football player as Rueben Bowers. To lieo Byram. we bequeath the right, if possible, to beeonie as hard a hitting eenter as Marshall Metz. and win The Temple Tigers as much fame. To Helen Mellaniel. to become Football Queen in 1929 as Emily Orow did in 1928. To Thelma llurry and VVayne Bowen. the Senior Class bequeath the right to earry on an annual next year like Vinnie Lee Mooney and Tim Hunt. To Tiney Dowlen. we bequeath the right to beeome as good a yell leader as Alma Horsehler. To Golda Mae Magee. we bequeath the right to have as good a fellow at Walters. as Vernie Gandy. To Orpha Sehupp, the right to sew as well as Ola Mobley., To Orville Wilson, the right to make as good a class president as Dave Richardson. To Virginia King, the right to play the violin as well as Joye Baldwin. To Vllindell Sparks, the right to make as good a Football Captain as Clarence Tandy. To Fred Jeminson, the right to make good an end on Temple Foot- ball Squad, as Russell Rylant. To Jack Grimsley, we, the Seniors, bequeath the right to dance as well as Kenneth Beasley. To Francis Bowen. the right to be as quiet as Lema Tipton. To Edward llill, the right to tlirt as well as Hershel Vklorsham. To Ernie lloar, the right to make as good a farmer as Denver Norman. To Eula Haworth, the right to study as hard as Belva Stogner. To Lueille Hurry, the right to be as slow as Emma Tandy. To Claude Mason. the right to be as slow as Emma Tandy. To Dola Dobbs. the right tol be ambitious as Edith Evans. To Marie Byram, the right to talk as loudly as Freda Baldwin. To Glen Gower, the right to be as good a history scholar as Frank Bizzell. To Jewell Reagan. the right to sing as well as Lucille Keeter. To Helen Arrington. the right to be brilliant a seholar as Ruth Mullins. To Jewell Hill, the right to hand in as many papers as Elva Dowlen. To The Spanish Class of '28-'29, to each member, the right to flunk like Jim Jarrett. To Millard Hayes, the right to be as popular as Edgar Davis. To Emma Burton. the right to progress like Opal Beasley. To Franeis Tandy. the right to be as good a sponsor as Beauton liooken. To the whole sehool, we bequeath our chewing stuek on all seats, de- nierits. waste paper and teachers. Signed: THE SENIOR CLASS. sixteen QEil"A' 'A' A A A A A 'A' 'A' lEilA'A' 'A' 'A'A'A' 'A' 'A' A' 'A' ' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' IIllIIIIIllIIlIIIIllIlIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII T51g '2jes TIQERW IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Eumuwm v" Q CSKMRJ T af! X yertivgo Lp' xr 2-Wy I W X i I I U . N U.. m A 5g.qI"' .. , - 5 Kirk, ' fff , 4:1 4 7 X, E1'! 'A' m IIIIIIIIIIIIII lllll I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'za TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS ORVILLE XVILSON .,...........,.,....,,,...,,..A.,,.,., .,,.......,..,.....,,......., .,,.,.,.,.. PI-esiflent ERNEST HOAR ...,.. A... .. , I 7i!J6-P7'6S'iIZ071t PEARL ALLEN L,.... ..,L,,L I S'eCI-f'trII"If-TrcasIII'm' CLASS MOTTO UDONYT STARE UP THE STEPS BUT STEP UP THE STAIRS." I CLASS FLOWER RED CARNATION CLASS COLORS PURPLE AND WHITE eighteen EHIEITP' 'A' 'A' :BTS ff1'iHiEIT"' 'A 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' THE 'za' TIGER lllllllllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII PEARL ALLEN ....,.,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Billy Sunday "She may he a Queen someday. Home Ec. C'ub. '26, '27, '28, Phy. Ed. '26, '27, Basketball, '26, '27, Red Demon. '23, Annual Staff, '28. WAY'NE BOWEN .e,ll..e..,.. ., ,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Weenie "He doesn't even take the women seri ously." Basketball, '26, '27, '28, Football. '26, '27. '28, Track, '26, '27, '28, Class Pres. '26, Glee Club, '26, Ass'1. Bus. Mgr. Tiger, '28, AUDRA Box .....,..,..,.,........,,.,,...,,,..,.,,,, ,..,.,, A ad "Leave me alone I'm studying". Dramatics, '26, Phy. Ed., '26, '27, Spelling Club, '27, Home Ec. Club. '28, Glee Club, '28. VELMA Box ..,,.,,,.,.....,................,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Jake "Her mind is divided between books and boys". Glee Club, '26, Phy. Ed.. '26. '27, Spelling. '27, Home Ec. Club, '29, LEO Bynum ..,,.,,,,,......,,,,e,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, Barney "In studying mischief and the dcmerit system, his time is all taken". l l ELMIALK CALKINS ,...,....,..,,.,........,...,,.,,,.,,, Capin "No 'Espanol' for me, I'll choose other- wise". F. F. O., '28. JEWELI. CAMPBELL .,,,,,,,......,.,..... ,....,,..,,, 7 'oats 'LNO man can make a fool of me", Bed Demon. '27. '28, Phy Ed., '27, Bask- etry. '27, Home EC. Club, '28. EFI-'IE LEE Cmrrv ,.,.,,,,.,.......,.. Maxwell House "If it's geometry you want to know ask Effie Lee". Glee Club. '26. '27, Phy. Ed., '26, '27, Home Ec. Club, '28, Red Demon, '26, '27, Basketball, '27, '28. Hmmm CLARK ,...... . .............................,...... Jew "In the act of Cartooning he equals Sicl Smith". Dramatics, '26. '27, Spelling Club. '27, Glee Club, '26, E. F. O., '28, Annual Staff, '28, Journalism, '28. ROY COLLINS "Oh. such 1-yes". Football, '27, '28, Basketball. '27. '28, F. Spelling Club, '27, Football, '27. '28, F. F. O., 28. l". O., '28, Track, '27. nineteen i3HUH6iDKx!"A' f A mi 'A A A ' " unrmmrai1m'5' ' "' fm 'O' 'O fm IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII TI-IE '28 TIGER A RUTH KJONESP CHAMBERS ,.........,,.,.,,,A. Tink CLAUIII: BIASON ,,,,.,.,...A,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,. ,,.,A,, L Itke "She preferred married life to school lifts". "Conduct is my specialty, Home EC. Club, '26, '27, Red Demon, English is my sport." '26, '27, '28, Dramatics, '26, '27, Spelling Club, '27, F. F. O., '28, Journalism, '28. RUSSELL DoBBs ,,...,..,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Russ EDNA MAXEX' ,..,......,.... , ........,....,.,,,,,,,,.... Crook "Answer to a maiden's prayer". "Always too busy studying to think of a Spelling Club, '27, Shop, '27, F. F. O., party". '28, Oli-e Club. '27, '28, Phy. Ed., '27. ERNEST IJIOAR .,,,,........,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, E rnie DAISY NICDANIEL ,,.,.........,,,......,,,,,i........,. Mack "Lost, my notebook, there goes my educa- "Ohl rats, just give me a story book". tion". Home EC. Club, '28, Football, '26, '27, '28, Track, '27, Basket- ball, '26, '27, '28, Pres. of F. F. O., '28, Class Officer, '28, TIIELMA HURRY ,,.,.,.........,....,,,,,,,,,.. .,,,, B abby JAMES POWELL .,.,.,..., .... .............. T u rk "Just what lIer name says, "Tall and handsome, Always in a 'Hurry.' " Kind and true". Home Ee. Club, '26, '27, Phy. Ed.. '26, Dramaties, '26, Shop, '26, Spelling, '27, Spelling Club, '27, Basketry, '27, Red F. F. O., '28, Journalism, '28. Demon, '26, '27, '28, Class Pres., '27, Journalism, '28, Associate Editor Tiger, '28. ROY KNIIIHT ,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dgylighf WINlJl'lI.T. SI'AIIKs ,,,....,..,........,.,...,,..,...... Fiifh 'Tll do my courting out of town". "Ohl there's a woman iII the ease". Football, '26, '27, '28, F. F. O., '28. Cleo Club, '26, Dramatics, '26, '27, Foot- ball, '26, '27, '28, Basketball, '26, '27, '28, F. F. O., '28. twmity liiflmliiilf' 'A 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' ' 'A' KilEx"IHl"""' IKE1Eil'1l'Al!:l' Hifi iii 'El IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII VLl:HE ?igf R 4mmmuL 1 XII-IDA S'I'l'IPHEY5ON ,,,,,A ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, P c lr' Om'lI,1.lQ WILSON ,, ,,,,,,,,.....,,,,,,,..,.,,,..... Woof uFull uf pep and fun. even in llistnryp. 'gl'vP already quit smiling. 'Cause ilk nu Clef- Clulu, '26g l'l1y. Ed.. '27. '28: Spell- trnulmle to grin". ing Club. '21 Dramatics. 726. '27g Foolmull, '28g Basket- lmzlll. '27g F. l". O., 7285 Annual Staff, '28. lIAzEL STROITD ,,,,, ,, . . ,.,..,.. ,, . Clzestepuelfl C. A. CLAIISEN HW'l1y lmtlwr with those- old studies WVllCIl luuiur Sponsor tllerm- is smnetlliugx else to du". B. S.--A. and M. Home lic, Clulu. '28g Red llc-umm. '28. Voculiunal Agriculture, txuutx mu lHlmHl HlK1l m V HlHlHE HlHlKmm IIIlllllIIIIlllllIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII T HE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllll twen tjy-two JUNIOR CLASS POEM There's a feeling of joy and sadness 'l'hat's not akin to pain, And resembles sorrow. only As the mist resembles rain. The whole elass is here in a buneh We stand twenty-six tried and trne. And we are going to make HA" ln whatever we happen to do. Three years we have trodden the hyway. 'Twas thorny too, and rough for some, liet's work for more fellow elassmates And as 'tSeniorsl' answer well done. Before we leave this Junior Class This field of work so great and tree. liet ns earve for our dear old class Forever, a long sweet memory. When we read some elass poem Some simple heart felt. lay, 'Brings thoughts of our dear old classmates NVho are scattered abroad to-day. I may read from treasured volume The poems ot llardiels ehoiee, Or read in the rythm of mnsie The beauty 'ol' Ruth's voice. Tell me of Veda and Thelma Of Jewell, Audra, Vlloot and Gland. Of Daisy. Edna and Velma And their merits we all will land. Of Roy, of Wzi.yne and Ernie They're the boys that always won, Ot Pearl, Hazel and Effie Please remember what they've done. Leo was shark in demerits And Edward was a student so spry, That Eula Lee often did copy 'Idler lessons from him, on the sly. James, Russell, Elmer and Doyle Of them I will let Vllindell tell, An-d with Jewell B. teaching Spanish You'll see that we've turned out real w lietls fill memories hall with mnsie And thoughts of this Classls day. Let care told its tent like the Arab And silently slip away. P. ell. .GI HKiV.miv - - A Hlziilf' A 1NiA"'A' IIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I , THE 'za TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I IIII Illlllllllllllllll f,jj'5 i i45T '2 i Lei. J? f 1 , U fg ' , -ff . 1 f fff 1569159452 6 ww f? Ezr-X77 fm ' C ffl X Hg ff f YT ' fl f' fr ,f ff ff! Vw f MV f, 711, 7 .-f-i jkifff y Fx , TWO 1IQCXb5 GX TNQ Move 'TO GO x L I mmm mmmmm 'A' IlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze TIGER A IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS JAMES HOAR ..E.EE ....,..... I 'resirlenf BIARIIG GOWIIIII ....E, ........4. I 'ice-I'I'nsMeIzt JACK VAN Hrlss ..... Seffretary-Treasffrcr CLASS MOTTO "NOT AT TI-IE TOP, BUT CLIMBING." CLASS FLOWER RED ROSE CLASS COLORS PURPLE AND GOLD LII cnty four 55i1v,5iV5g1m"L7" "' ETA' ' 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' IEFIEHIKHIKIT 'A' 'A' llllllllllllllllllllll llIllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIll Wfl'I-IE pze TIGER I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I KIARIE ALEXANDER PERRY CARIIARELL PAIILINIZ DUWLEN Glee Club, '28, Home Spelling Club, '27, Orches- Home Ee, Club. '27, '28, EC. Club, '28, tra, '27, F. F. O., '28, Phy. Ed., '27,RedDI-mon, HELEN ARRINGTON Clee Club, '27, Track, '27, Phy. Ed., '27, Home Ec. Club, '27, Red Demon, '27, '28. OSIE BOWERS Plly. Ed., '27, Track, '27, Spelling Club, '27, Basket ball, '27, '28, Red Demon. '28, Glee Club, '28, Home EC. Club, '28. JLIANITA BLEVINS Phy. Ed., '27, Basketball, '27, '28, Glee Club, '28, Spelling Club, '27, Home Ec. Club, '28. GLAm's BURTON Basketball, '28, llome Ee. Club, '28, Glee Club, '28. FRANCIS PEARL CAMPBELL Clee Club, '27, '28, Dra- matics. '27, Bed Demon, '27, '28, Home Ea. Club, '28, Basketball, '28. Basketball, '28. NANIE CAIITY Basketball, '27, '28, Glee J Club, '27, '28, lhy, Ed., '27, Home Ee. Club, '28. HAROLD CIIESER Dramatics. '27, Spelling, Club, '27, F. F. O., '23, CLEO COLLINS Basketball. '28, F. F. O., '28 ELBERT DAWSON Basketball, '27, F. F. O. 228. CECIL DOIIIQLAS Football, '27, '28, Shop '27, Spelling Club, '27, F F. O., '28. v '27, '28, Basketball, '27, '28, Ytall Leader, '28, WILLIABI EVANS Dramatics, '27, Spelling Club, '27, F. F. O., '28, HERMAN FETTERS Basketball. '28, F. F. O.. '28 MARIE GOVVI-IR Pliy. Ed.. '27, Home Ec. Club, '27, '28. GLEN GOWER Shop, '27, Spelling Club, ' O '28 27, F. F. ., . OPAL I'IAYES Baskeiball, '27, '28, Home Ec. Club, '27, Pby. Ed. '27, Bed Demon, '27, '28. tweiity-five l"I1X1'lIHHiHHm'7' 'A' 'A' "7' IKiliHilHlHl'A' 'A'l'IL'Akfl' Hilti? Izxniii' Hilifiilifxi' Kimi IHHEHIK1TI1'7x'i iW'lHlHlHl IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIII ,A, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'QQWTIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII JAnIEs HOAR Football, '27, '28, Basket ball, '27, '28, Track, '27, F. F. O., '28, Class Pres., '28 FLOssII: JEIxIIsoN Bed Demon, '27, '28, l'hy Ed., '27, Home Ec. Cfub, '27, '28, Basketball, '27. '28, Basketry, '27, '28, Glee Club, '28. Li-OLD ISHZINSQH Spelling Club, '27, Foot- ball, '28, Track, '27, Bas- ketball, '27, '28, F. F. O., '28 MADGE JONES Phy. Ed., '27, Glee Club '27 , '28, Ba5ke1ImII, 'mf '28, Home EO. Club, '28. RENTZ JONES F. F. O., '28, Spelling Club, '27, Football, '28, Basket- ,28 ball, . S. B. KEETER Basketball, '27, F. F. O., '28, Football, '28. twenty-six X'IRGINIA KING Basketball, '27, Club, '27, '28, '27, Track, '27, mon, '27, '28, '28, Home EC. Phy. Ed. Club. '28 GLEN MACEE Basketball, '27, '28, F. F. O., '28, Track. '27, Foot' ball. '28. HELEN MCDANIICI, Phy. Ed., '27, Home Ee. Club, '27, '28, Bed Demon. '28, Glee Club, '28. TVIELVIN MCDAVIII Spelling Club, '27, Shop, '27, Dramatic: Club, '27, F. F. 'O., '28. IRENE BTCINTYRE Home EC. Club, '28. PAUL MITCHELL Orchestra, '27, '28, Oration. '27, '28, Track, '27, '28, Band, '27, '28. '28, Cleo Red De- Orchestra, JEROME MOONEY Track, '27, '28, Orchestra '27, '28, Oraion, '27, '28, Football, '28, Basketball '27, '28. MONZI-:LLE MOONEY F lf' O '28 . . ., . MARY ESTELLE MORROW Phy. Ed., '26, '27, ketry, '27, Home Club, '27, '28, Glee '27, '28, Basketball. Red Demon, '28. IOLA FAY MUIIRIEL Phy. Ed., '27, Glee '27. '28, Basketball, '28 DOROTHY PHILLIPS Bas EC Club, '28, C'ub '27 Home Ec. Club, '27, '28, Phy. Ed., IQ1, one '28. WILLIE RATHBURN Spelling Club, '27, '27, F'. F. O., '28. Club Shop, Hlmlml UVA' """' 'A' 'A' IT EIVIIT' 'Hil' 'YAA'iEVIHTIYYHEVLIVVTIQ1I'B'ii'QA'ii'QA'i1'QA'ji'6'j1Kil'7' IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII Illllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE Ize,TIGER Illlllllll l IllllllIllIlIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII JI1wI:I.I. REACAN Glee Club, '27. '28, Phy. Ed.. '27, Basketball, 27. '28, Red Demon. '27, '28, Home Ec. ,28. RUBY REAGAN Glee Club, '27, '28, Phy. Ed., '27, Basketball ,27, ,285 Red Demon, '27, '28, Track, '27. l,UClI.Ll-I ROBERTS Basketball, '28. OIIPIIA ANN SCHIIPP Phy. Ed.. '27, '28, Home Ee. Club. '27. '28, Bas- ketball, '27, '28, Red De- mon, '28. JOHN THOMAS SCIIIIPI' F. F. O., '28. EIIITII SIMPSON Pby. Ed.. 527, Basketry. '27, Home EC. Club, '27, '28, Glee Club, '28, JACK SMITH Shop, ,275 Spelling Club, '27: Basketball. '27, F. F. O.. i28. NTASON STOGNER Track, ,27, ,28, Spelling Club, ,27, F. F. O., l28. TIIELMA SUIIDUTH Spelling Club, '27, Basket- ry. '27, Home Ec. Club, '28 JACK VAN Huss Basketball. '27, Dramatics, 727' F F 0 '23 PAII I. VICKEIIS Basketball, '28, F. F. O.. '28 BTARGARET WILKII: Glee Club, '27, '28, Phy. Ed 72' H E Club. .. 12 ome c. . '27, '28, Hell Demon, '28 AI.vAN OILILBILI-2 Track, '27, Spelling. '28, Basketball, l28, Track, '28, F. F. O.. '28. MAIIIHCI-2 NOBLl'l"l' Football. 726, '27, Basket- ball, '27, F. I". O.. '28. LEI: JOHNSON Sponsor A. B.-Simmons Abilene, Texas History. tmntx suen EEHIZYITHTIKHM' EI Hl' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze -TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII twenty-eight SOPHOMORE CLASS POEM VVe are the Sophomores, we stand tried and true Vlie always sueeeed in whatever we dog NN'e are marching forward to meet our fate, For time has sped on at a terrific rate. Two more years we are to travel the by-way, Two more years we must work and we must play Two more years we must work and not rest, Two years until we reach our sueeess. There is Lloyd Johnson Illl wager he's wise He never was known to tell any lies, There is our Marie the pride of our class You 'll not find a better or sweeter lass. Osie and Yirginia are ladened with joy Tiney and Opal who are shy and eoy, And Jimmie, my boy, is the elown of our elass, lVl1ile lVillie's grades you can never surpass. There,s Helen and llelen of the very same name Vllho are traveling upward to joy and fame, There are Gladys and Agnes the sisters two, While Margaret and Dorothy are honest and true. And then lfraneis Pearl who eau tickle the keys, And there is Jerome Mooney the elasses tease, lVhile Perry plays songs on his violin Our elass marches on to the goal it will win. Av v A ' Y-v lvmvivvv-:vmv-:vmv-:im-'Av v-v -v Illlllllllllllll II IllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Tris 'ze TIQER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIllIllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII SOPHOMORE CLASS POEM. CONT'D And Nanie and Harold as right as van be, While Mary Estelle is busy as a bee, And Cleo wins tame on the Basketball teani, And brings glory and honor to T. ll. Sfs name. Marie and Orpha are studious and bright They'll study all clay and halt of the night, Vtlhile Mason and Jack think ot' ll1lS0l1lCle to do, VVell, Cecil and Elbert will think of some too. VVilliani and Herman are nieo quiet lads Theylre not very good and tl1ey're not very bad. But Glen and Rentz are as means as can be They'1'e real little devils you'll plainly see. lflossie and Madge are beautiful and wise And it' they would study you 'd be surprised. And 9. B. and Glen are so very bright And they only do what they think is right. 'Irene is the quiet, and Paul the bright. Maurice is the strong who ean win in a tight, Iola Fae the good, and Jewell tl1e wise. Ruby who can do whatever she tries. liueille is the llirt. and lfldith so eoy, Vllhile to look at Thelma brings nothing but joy John Thomas the studious, and Jack is the one If you have something to do, he'll get it done. That leads up to Paul the last of the Class, Wie stand titty members it we all pass, lVe,re sailing onward to the Senior shore And we never will be Sophos anymore. twenty-nin "" 'A' 1Q1,1'6'i H1233 l'L1A'iml'DA'i i'6'i HEH'1MlKH 1UEBHE!'l15HKd' Qi T5E'25-nG55 IN MEMORY4 MRS. KATE HASKINS l'1'i11cip:11 ol' Tlqllllllf H1'L1'dC School 1nu11fnn.4,1sSo lHed Feb.lT,l928 Mrs. llzlskius has sorvwl the Temple .Pulrlimz Schools fzlitllfully and vI'I'iCie11t1y for the lust Sevenlvcn years. Ilcl' vlneerful and ever willillg 11vlp1'11l11vss 0I1418ill'6d her to 6Y0l"V011C, and hcl' going is lilllllfllffifl bf' an gl-eat number of both f0l'lI16l' and present students of Temple Public: Schools. thirty C " 4.- ,. Tpjg '28 VIIGER mm EQ wb em ff' f Q O X 7 I Y ,f 'gf-f Q3 f" 1 Xxx - l 7X-je Q 4, 5 .lf v ,J ' Q7,x' U17 'J 03695 Z S N gg f JM, - ' --NX ff A K- L?' - ' 'ff X ! y,Q1,.,u.LGWQ- GWQ Us f'mn mQfX I xKHEHK1FUH'miTEE m 'A' EIT' m"'x7Hl' KU:'M" H IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII TI-IE 'za TIGER IIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FRESI-INIAN CLASS OFFICERS EIIM0 TAYLOR ..,...........................,...............................,................,.... IU-esiflmff JACK GIIIMSIIIIY ......, .A,........ I 'N-0-l'I'f'siflf'1:t l-'IIANCIS BOXVEX ....S., .... I S'CCl'Cffl'I'.If-TI'WGSIlVCI' CLASS MOTTO "ON, SAIL ON!" CLASS FLOWER VIOLET CLASS COLORS VIOLET AND WI-IITE thiI'ty-two 1151511231 C" 'A' IKilIHiI iI1lAx'i Yfxil' HTITH k!Tx'i1L'AH K if H mm0H'A' 'A' VLCYLVA' A TILICEW ll8IGERA l:l, . CLILNNA BEASLIIY Home Ec. Club, Clee Club, '28, Rvd mon, '28. FRANCIS Bowrx Home EC. Club, Glee Club, '28, Real mon, ,28. NIARIE BYRAM Home EC. Club, Glee Club, ,28g Red mon, '28. GILIJRGE DAVIS Football, '28, F. F '28, Basketball, '28. GRACIE DAYIDSOY 28: De- D.-. De- O., 28, 28, EI.IzABI:'rII G1lSSl'1'I'1' Home EC. Club, '28: Glee Club, '28. Comma GRIFFIN llomf: Fc. Club, '28, Clee Club. '28, Hf-ml Dv mon, '28. JACK CIIIMSLEY Football. ,281 1 Orchestra, 283 F. F. O., 28. MIIIAIIIJ l'lAYlCS Football, '28g F. F. O., '28 Orchestra. '28, Baskeiballl '28 CIIRISTI-IBN HICKMAN LUCILLE HURRY Homo' Fc. Club, '28, Clee Club, '28. lJwIcH'I' H0UsToN Basketball. '28, F. F. O. '28. FRED JEMISON Football, 28: F. F. O., '28. CHLDA lbIAl-1 NACHI: Home- Fc. Club, 28: Cleef Club. '28, Red Dae- mon, 28. ERN ESI' MCI WYRIL Home EC. Club. 28: llomx- Fc. Club. ,28, Basketball, '28, F. F. O., Clee Club. '28, Had Dv- Glee Club, '28, Red Dv- '28. mon, '28, mon, '28. Dom Downs IIAIIHI HIIRRY IIA lulNCY llomc: EC. Club. ,281 Baskvlbull, 28: F. F. O.. llunu-. Em: Club, ,281 Clem- Club, '28, 28. CII-e Club, '28. thirty-tl1I'0l HIRE IKUIEHCC' A' 'A' lE.YlxK1l'x'0A'iMmx Hl'A' A' "'T'A' v IllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII IllIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ANNA DORIS MURRELI. RAYMOND SPARKS Home' EC. Club, '28, Basketball, '28g Football, Glee Club, '28. 283 F. F. O., '28, MARGAIIE'1' OGILBEE CHARLES SPARKS Home EC. Club. '28, Basketball. '28 3' Football, Glee Club, '28, 28, F. F. O., 28. OTIS PARKER NORA LEE SUDDIITH Basketball, '28, F. F. O.. Home F.c. Club. '28. ,28. VIRGIL RICHARDSON ELIIIO TAYLOR F. F. O., '28, Football, 728, Basketball, '28g F. F. O., 728. RAYMOND SADDLER F. F. O., '28. ELIZABETH VACIIE Glee Club, '28. LOMETA SHELTON BIARION VAN H1355 Home EC- Club, ,283 Football. 728, F. F. O.. C166 Club. ,283 H011 DH- '28, Basketball, '28. mon, '28. thirty-four JI:ssIE WELCH Clee Club, '28, Rell D mon, 28. WOODROW WILSON Basketball, ,28. FRANCIS TA NDY, Sponsor Southwestern A.8zM. 31-ABEL MORRISON, Sponsor B. A.-B. F. A. O. U. uxiiliixiil 'A 'A' HIHVA' 'A' Home Ee. Club, '28, e Football. '28, F. F. O., '28, IIIIIllIIIIllllIIIIIIIIlllIllIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII fl' H75 ,ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllll WWW Q was ff! X x ,wx ', XT' fffv, ff 7-.XM9 Them! , 0 er ?n'x'SP"l'-0.2. Q . Q 1 I 1, x-SX! S New Ng A who M Rl0x'j5cXooX? 4 .,-I1 X Q0 , X 4, x 0-s.x5X 1,40 : 2 0, Q , X mon VMS 1,1 X f -m X L ' G ! N lg ff 1 jf - E X - MI ,J L , 7, I g ,A fl f , If X W4 'f 1 If I 1" f' ' fl fm. Q f 5,55 V, i ,,,,,,, Xl, ,Q Z 1:S"' f T ff A LH Mlmucw RQ QQ mv ff , .yf,- fff , IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE '28 TIGER I IIIIIIIIIIAAA IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII First Row: Rena. Bell Cain, first gradcg Alva Whitcly, second gradeg Ada Cossctt, second gradcg Grace Stogner, third grade. Second Row: Mabel Nease, fourth gradeg Blanche James, fifth gradeg Christeen Simpson, sixth gradeg Lillian Haskins, seventh gradeg Delmer Clemens, eighth grade. thutx slx M1233 i'gA'j1'QA'i i'gA'i i'QA'i 'A' 'A' A' 'A' KH 1KEUHEiEHKi 'A' 'A' A' 'A' Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE jge TIGER llllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll l i l ,W Y l E-IGHTH GRADE Top Row: Fram-is Recd, Olctha Horsvhlcr, .lzlnie Bowen, Ruby Rally, Francis Powell, Ruby Park, Fred Knight, Ruby Carly, Leona Jones, Virginia Noblitt, Katherine Kinvade, Ruth Young, Pauline Shultz. L' l' H k' S il ian as ins, ponsor. becond Row: ll. L, Edwards, Geneva Blevins, Farrall Martin Orville Ogilhec, Jessie Triplet, Joy Hill, Valinc Holstod, Richard Evans, Audry Gunn, Rohert Met? Fr-mcis Nlmtcr. SEVENTH GRAD! Top Row: Vern Bowers, Jessie Noll Carothers, Vcnita AI'l'lllL.,l0Il, Lilhin Huston Bessie Collier, Doyle Sanders, Svhuler Powell, R.G.Arrington, Paul Pearson, J. L.Tr:1n1n1ell Oli NIM Nlciloy, Elvin Blink, , . Ieggy Baldwin, Sponsor Clemmlns. Second Row: Vcrniel Henderson, Otho Van Huss, Milton Stroud, Carl Dolmin Luke Nlontgoxnery, Lloyd Jemison, Harold Knox, D. C. Welch, Joe Enovhs Ls-roy Bowen, Emmett I uk Liwrcnco Yohlitt Darwin Williams. iKUA!0il!A!l'A' A'A' 1AL11l!l'A'T'A' 1Kilx0fli1'A' 'Ali' 11A'Axi' i'LA1'i xifxiilxiil 'A' A 'A' 'A' EH 'A' 'A' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII-IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIil! THE 'ze Tiegn IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Il JUNIOR HOME ECONOMICS - Top Row: Franvis Powell, Virginia Noblitt. Katherine Kinvadc, Ruby Carty, Ruby Baily. Second Row: Francis Tandy Sponsor, Olctha Horsvhlcr, Francis Reed, Farrall Martin, Pauline Shultz, Geneva BIEIIHS, Janie Bowen, Ruth Young, Ruby Pack, Lvona Jones. Elvin Blink, Audry Gunn. Third Row: 115518 Tripiitt, Francis Minter, Ola Mac Molloy, Peggy Baldwin. Bessie Collier, Joy Hill, Jessie Nell Carotliers, Venita Arrington Vera Bowers, Lillian Huston, Valinu Holstcd, JITNIOR MANVAL TRAINING Top Row: Deliner Clcnnnins, Sponsor, R. G. Arrington, G. L. Edwards, Otho Van Huss, Vernicl Henderson Paul Pearson, Sc-hular Powell, Fred Knight, Orville Ogrilheu, J. C. 'l'ran1n1cll. Doyle Sanders,R0hert Mew Bottom Row: Milton Stroud, Lloyd Jvinison, Emmett Pink, Luke Montgroniery, Lawrcnct Noblitt, Harold Knox, Richard Evans, Leroy Bowen Carl Dolman, ID. C. Welch, Joe Enovhs, Darwin Nlllliilns. , ini A' 'Af MMM 15.5-gg ilqgg I IIIllllIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llll A ,' f l f flfmf j f .lW fvqf Wkilixi sf f f TEMPLE TEGERS iHEHJKEm YE1Hl1mH3iKnmWYEYHK11'E'1'lHQE1'l:xE1lEE m 1fiJ1'M lllllllllllllll THE '2epTiG5Rm . CLARENCE T.xNm' .,., ...,.., ., . .,...,.,.. ......A 4 .,., ,., . .....,.,. .......... L laptoin WVINDICLL SPARKS . ... Captain-elect LEE -JOHNSON ..,... v.,....... .,.. ...,...............,, ....,..v... .... ...,......... . .. ,.... flOill'll Top Row: Jimmie Hoar, Leo Byram, Orville Wilson, Maurice Nololitt, Marshall Metz, Ernest Hoar. Reuben Bowers. Lloyd Johnson. Fred Jemison. Glen Magee. James Jarrett. Coach Johnson. Second Row: Wayne Bowen, Windell Sparks, Russell Rylant, Roy Knight. Roy Collins, Clarence Tandy. Marion Van Huss, Elmo Taylor, J. C. McGee, Boitom Row: B. Keeter. Raymond Sparks, Charles Sparks, Hentz Jones, Jerome Mooney, Woodrow Wilsfmn, George Davis. Jack Crimsley. Cecil Douglas, Millard Hayes. 1'0I'Iy iKiJiKiliEHHK1lmiHBiKilKXiIK1T10il'A' i 1JE1lHlHlKilKxl'1'r3'fV"f1x1 J HlHl IIIIllllllllIlIllIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII LETTERMEN Top Row: WINDHLL "Fitch', SPARKS, is one of our hardest tacklers. He will be back next year to captain the team. Windell is seventeen years old, weighs 170 pounds and has had two years experience. He made all conference tackle in '28. HUEBEN "Rube' BOWERS, Halfhack, is seventeen years old, weighs 133 pounds and has played on the squad for one year. He graduates this year. JAMES 'flimmiei' HOAR, right guard, is fifteen years old, weighs 143 pounds and has had only one year experience. Jimmie will he out to help "The Tigers" next year. WAYNE "Weenie, BOWEN, left tackle, he is seventeen years, old and weighs 166 pounds. Wayne has had two years expereience. He will he with the squad next year. Botiom Row: ' S. B. "Kean KEETER, left guard, weighs 159 pounds, sixteen years of age. He has had one year experience and will he back next year. ELMO "Bobby" TAYLOR, right guard. Bobby is seventeen years old, weighs 155 pounds, and will be out for the team next year. LEO "Bwrney,7 BYRAM, center. Leo is sixteen years old, weighs 149 pounds, and has played one year. He returns next year. ROY "DayIigl1t,, KNIGHT, left guard. He is a high kicker and a strong lineman. He is eighteen years old and weighs 167 pounds. forty-one aAilD'lx11!l1l'Ax!A!Ai' 'A' xZYil1KdxKil1Kd11'A3i' Hi 'A' 'A' A A' 'A' iEil1Krl1E1l1KilrYXil'A' 'A' AAAAA A A 'Al- IIIIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Top Row: RUSSELL "Russ" RYLANT, speedy end, has had two years experience. He is nineteen years old and weighs 167 pounds. This is Russe1l's last year at Temple High. 1. C. "Maggie,' MCGEE, fullback. high point man, has proved a most dependable offensive and defensive player this year. He has had two years experience, is eighteen years old, and weighs 145 pounds. He will not be back next year. CLARENCE "Cat" TANDY, quarterhack, letterman for four years, a captain who led The Tigers through several victories and few defeats. He is nineteen years old, and weighs 153 pounds. This is his last year on the squad. MARION ufmzetti' VAN1 HUSS, played fullback. ,Ianett is sixteen years old, weighs 145 pounds, and has one year experience. He returns next year. Bottom Row: JAMES "Jim" JARRET, halfback, and is eighteen years old, and weighs 130 pounds. This is Jim's first year on the squad. He graduates this year. MARSHALL "Babbitt" METZ, our hard fighting center, has defended Templeis goal for three years. He is eighteen years old and weighs 150 pounds. This is his last year. Marshall made all conference center for the year of '28, - ERNEST "Ernie7' HOAR, our speedy halfhack, is nineteen years old, and weighs 138 pounds, and has had three years experience. Hz- will be out for the team next year. Ernie received honorahle mention for the '28 all conference halfback. ROY "Nothing, COLLINS, played right end this year. Roy is nineteen years old, weighs 159 pounds and has had one year experience. He will be back next year. A forty-two A' 'A' 'A A A' 'A' ' IUTA' 'A' 'A' A' A' 'A' 'A'A 'IAili0iBLxH'A' 'A' 'A' 1ZA3i' HlEHHf ' A' 'A' IllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllll THE 'ze TIGER IllllllllIllllllllllIlIlIIIIlIlIllllllllllllllllllllllll FOOTBALL GAMES OF THE SEASON The Hrst game of the season was with Burkburnett. Texas. This started the Temple Tigers off right, because they won by a seore of 32-0. This game was played on the home field. The next 'ante was mlaved awa from home. Our Temyle Football 2 . Y X. ' . Fans turned out and were there to help the Temple 'I igers beat Ringling, but they were defeated by a seore of 6-7. The Temple Tigers were then scheduled to play Hastings but the game was forfeited to Temple ll-0. Our next game was on the home gridiron with flrandiield. It was the hardest game of the season. Vile hoped and prayed to beat them, but were defeated by a seore of 7-18. Vllaurika was our next game. played on the home gridiron. and won by a seore ot' 26-0. Dundee being the next game was played on their gridiron. Very few of the Temple fans or Red Demons attended that game. NVe were defeated by a seore of 7-31. Comanehe the next game was played on the home field. lt was a hard game but we won hy a. seore of 7-0. The next game of the Temple Tigers was with Ryan. The team put up a hard fight, but were defeated by a seore of 6-7. Our next game with Zanies was a very easy game for we beat by a seore of 53-0. Thanksgiving we played VValters. NVQ: erowned our Queen that day. lt was a wonderful game and we won by a. seore ol' 24-O. This season for the Temple Tigers was a sueeessful season. They did not win every game but carried ot? enough games to eall our season sueeessful. The ones that are leaving Temple lligh this year wish the Temple Tigers next year a more sueeessful season. forty-tliree A -, ,Av v-, v-v ,Av v-. -v vAv'rvAv v- vAv w-v Y-v v-, .-,Tv-v ,Av Y-, Y-v Y-, ,-, ,- A, ,., ,., v., THE '28 TIGER . twqmliil ,A ,, ,,,,,,,,Y, ,, ,,, ,,,,, ,, ,,, ,, A Y ,, ,,, ,. , V , I ' l.X1iNIli Hou: flO2ll'l1 ,A , ,,,A ,. ,.A I , me -Imixsux l'a1piz1i114lDlwl ,, . l'lIbXVAI!Il HILL Twp RHWZ Russell Hylant, lfrerl Knight, lilmu Taylor, Juines Powell. Coat-ll Lew Johnson, Sorzonrl Row: Cleo ffullins, Clvn Magee-. Alvin Ogillweo, Lloyd Jolinsnn, ,lerume Muorwy, llcrmzm Fcttcrs. Bullom Row: Huy Cnllins. Eclwarcl llill, XVayne4 Bowen, ,lames Huar. Captain lfrnrsl Hour, Dave liifrllurclsml. i'm'Ly-fulll' llIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll llllllllllllllllllllllll THE 'ze TIGER Illlllllllllllllllllllllll II llllIllllllllllllllllllllll BASKETBALL LETTERMEN JAMES HOAR plays a good guard with 145 pounds backing him. He has played two years, and next year he promises greater ability. ERNEST HOAR, captain, hails from Gregg and in Temple Hi has shown what a real guard he is. He weighs 140, and expects to be back another year. EDWARD HILL, three year letierman plays an exceptional game as forward. He weighs 160 pounds. WAYNE BOWEN, center, weighs 165 pounds, and is an all-round player. ROY COLLINS, forward, shows great ability. He weighs 160 pounds. CLEO COLLINS, forward, weighs 140 pounds, and promises good material for next years Basket- hall team. RUSSELL RYLANT, guard, weighs 160 pounds, and a one year man will be remembered in T. H. S. DAVE RICHARDSON, forward, has played his last good game in T. H. S. He weighs 140 pounds. Name of Subs.: R. C. Mobley, Elmo Taylor, ,lames Powell, Glen Magee, Lloyd Johnson, Alvin Ogilbee. forty-five FA' 'A' 'A A 'A' 'A'1 IEITIEH 'A' 'A' ' 'A' EH 'A' 'A' A' 'A' Q11 .. . -7-YT IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII BASKETBALL GAMES OF THE SEASON The first game of The Temple Tigers Basketball Team was played with Lawton on the home court. This being the first game ot the season our boys could not get into it like they did later, so we lost by a score of T-27. Then we met our old rival, Vllalters, on the home court. Of eourse. the seore was in our favor 18-10. NYC lost to Zanies hy a score of 29-13. When Ringling met the Tigers ou the loeal court we lost to them by 27-16. VVe won over Byers, Texas, with the score of 34-8. A return game at VValters was another victory for the Tigers 21-19. At Ryan the boys lacked the speed to win another victory. Ryan won over us hy a score of 34-19. By a elose score of 16-15 the Temple Tigers won over Randlett on the local court. l'ntil the last quarter it seemed that Gran-dfield was to beat us. But the last few moments decided the game in our favor 20-19. The rooters ap- preciated this game very much. A fast game was played when the Vllichita Falls Junior College tailed to win over the Tigers. Instead, another close game with a score 28-18 resulted. At Vtlaurika The Temple Tigers tailed to get together so that Vllaurika won the victory with a score of 26-12. This game closed the season with six victories and five defeats. forty-six Him A A A vAv'v'vAv vAv vAv vAv v Av vAv IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII TI-IE 'ze TIGER llllllllllllll IIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Place Third ....... Second First ..... First .. Second Third First .. First ..........,. Second ,...,,.. First .....,..,... Second ,,,,..,. Third... Second ,,,.,... First ,,...... Third... Second ....,... Third... Second ........ First .... Third... First ........ First ........ Third... First ........ First ....,....... Second Second Third... Second ....,... First ......., First ........ First ........ First ........ First ........ First ..,..... First ..,..... Second ....... Fi I' Irst ......,..... Second ........ I4 Irst ........ First .,...... Third... PFI ..... TRACK AND LITERARY EVENTS WON BY TEMPLE HIGI-I SCI-IOOI. IN 1927 Class B B B B B 555555555555 5th-6th 7th-8th 2nd-3rd 4tlI-oth....... 7th Sth-6 h -5th 6th-7th 4th 7th-811 Senior Junior Senior Senior ....... ........ . fffff .... city Senior Senior .. Junior .... .... . Girls Girls Event 50 yard dash yard dash dash ...... M440 yard dash ..,.......880 yard run .......,.High jump ...Broad jump .. 440 relay ....,.. ..........l00 yard dash ....,....100 yard dash ........22O yard dash ...440 yard yard dash .........880 yard run, 1 mile run.. .. High jump. ...... . Broad jump .... Broad jump .... -8th ............... .... Pole vault ........ Name ack Grimsley ............Glen Magee .......,.......Glen Magee ..........Charles Sparks Jarrett Jarrett .........JeroIne Mooney Alvin Ugilhe' Charles Sparks Glen Magee .,..,..........Tah Dowlen ...........Kirnneth Beasley ..........,....Tab Dowlen ............Tah Dowlen ...............Ernest Hoar ..........,.Clarence Tandy .,........Kenneth Beasley Discus ................. ............... ....... Twelve pound ...............Edward Hill .......... Tab Dowlen ...........Ernest Hoar ...............Ernest Hoar Kenneth Beasley shot ,....... ........,.. T ali Dowlen .......Ernest Hoar 1 mile relay ................ Spelling. .....,....SpellIng........ Tab Dowlen J. C. McGee Kenneth Beasley .......Yera Bowers Hill Story Telling. ....... Lester Mooney Geography ..,.. ..... ............... H a rold Bone Penmanship ...... ................. J essie Welch Penmanship ........ ......................... E lvin Blick Physiology '.... .... .......... iN i ary Blair Stokes Geography .........,.................................... Ruby Baily Arithmetic ............,................... Dwight llouston City School Declamation .................. Otis Parker City School Reading .................... Corine Edwards .Vinnie Lee Mooney Heading ................................. Oration .....,..... ..Y..... ............. P a ul Mitchell Exhibit ............... .... ................ T 6 mple Alto Solo ................ .............. R uth Jones Soprano Solo ........ ......,................. F lora Tucker Violin ,.,,............... ............,.............. I iarold Knox Quartette. Girls.,,.... .......,.Glee filuh....... Junior... Piano .....,....... 3rd-4tlI....... ......,,.ArillIInI'tic....... Ruth Jones. Flora Tucker Ruth Jonas Marie Duncan Flora Tucker Jewell Reagan Temple .Elizabeth Gossett .........W'illie live Welcli t'oI'ty-seven EFA' 'A' i5i H H x5iix5i H 1555553 'A' A' 'A' 'A' I5il 'A' 'A' 'A' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'za TIGER J I rx-ty-eight EIEKTA' 'A' "' "' 517' YAY V5'0xii iEHu"1'HH nf' xiifzfxil' HihEf1Ki1Hf!iil' iii' 1L'A1iEZ111"l' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII jf 1 X X f , Avi Zlillx Elv X i . C 1 -x QQ! X '12 x 2 ,Ii X 'I Yf N X fl 1 Z Eff 45' Lfv K I 'X , 'Hx' 'X ,V x R' x 12+ W 5 k ia A Jf' .Q Y if 7 , ' X ff, X 1 X wif A .. Q xx X'X I A P X X X x X - XM. X 1 1 "' 'A' V 5515 NTIGERY IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE '28 TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII INN HlHT m'Am' H KHEH'A' HREF' mmuuummunumluu mumluuuu THE -28 ?.G5Fg THE TlGER'S STAFF Ylxxllc l,lc1c Mooxlcx' MAIaG.x1uc'1' IIVN1' WAYN14: BUXVEN .,.. T111cLM.x II1'I:1:x' .. J. C. MUGNI4: .... Ii1"1'u ML'1,l,1Ns li11.wif11'sx Jlunrlyfwr l'Ifl1flm'-in-I '11 ifff ls-Wt, l3n.winr'x.w Allllllflfffl' l xx'f, l','fl1'fm' , ,, f'i1'r'11lrlf1'm1 Allrllzrlyfw' l f'f7UllIIflIll?L Il.x1:1r11c Cmlzli ,. . lm' l'XI.USSll'I -Imlmmx ,.. 4 .. l .ffm-ary M,x1:s11.xI,r. MICTZ .... ., . Q vnim' Sm-tim: I'1+:.x1cL AI.I.lcx , , . .... , lunior Nw-firm Muay I+1s'1'1cl,1,1c Moluum Nnplznnwrw Nfwliml I-'lmxvls Howlcx ,... ,,,4 ..... I ' YIY'-Slllllflll Nw'l1'fm EMMA TANDY A... . . . ..,. A l Iffmni I"1cAN1'1s 1'1-:ARL t'.xM1'1:14.l,l, , .. Ul'ffflIll..I'llffUlI S. IB. lilili-'l'l'IIi 4...lf!zIvfifv lfllwru lfluxs .... A. Flu-:lu lhlmwlx Amu IIo1:sm'I 11,lc1: 0m'11.1,lc Winsox HlfIAL"1'0N liuulirxx ,A,..Nr1f'1'1'fy Vulmnlfzr ,,,,.NIlllllSll0f lfrlifoz' l','fl1'fm' l"fl1'ffn' l"17i1m' lffflifm' l"1l1'fm' l"rliI'fn' l'Ir11'fm' lfrlilm' lu'fl1'lm' l"1liim' l"ri'ilm' , ,,,,.. ,lnlrw lflllylfli l"11r'lllfjj Alzlrixm HIE iliii' xii H YM YB? 1'0"i H H EHHTKi1HT fi H U "'WxLx1 H3521 H :Yi KHHHHVEHmfxElm IllIIIlIIIIIIIIIlIlIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII i Top Row: Herman Fetters, Denver Norman, James Powell, Roy Knight, Melvin MvDavid, Maurice Noblitt, Jack Van Huss, Elbert Dawson. .Tallies Hoar, C. A. Clausen, Sponsor. Second Row: Harold Cheser, Cleo Collins, Henry Diebel, Monzell Mooney, Lloyd Johnson, Glen Magee, Mason Stogner, Glen Gower, S. B. Keeter, Marshall Metz. Bottom Row: Perry Campbell, Cecil Douglas, Ernest Mclntyre, Lennis McClennie, Kenneth Beasley, Elmer Calkins, Willie Rathburn, Alvin Ogillmee, William Evans, Paul Vickers, Rentz Jones, John Thomas Schupp. Top Row: Hardie Clark, Windell Sparks, Claude Mason, Elmo Taylor, Roy Collins, Marion Van Huss, A. R. Jarrett, Sponsor, Leo Byram. Second Row: Sharell Reed, Jack Grimslcy, Raymond Sparks, Raymond Saddler, Charles Sparks, Woodrow Wilson, Dwight Houston, Earl Minter Harrv Hurry Otis Parker, Millard Hayes. Bottom Row: Edcar Davis, Fred Jeminson, George Davis, Orville Wilson, Ernest Hoar, Reuben Bowers, Virgil Richardson, Russell Dobbs, James Jarrett. fifty-two lllll IIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll T1-is 'za T1csER llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 1 l GLEE CLITR T011 Row: Audra Box, Heh-11 Mm-Daniel, Gran-ie llaviclson, Iola F210 Murriel, Jewell Reagan, Edna Maxey, Eilitli Sinipson, Nlargaret Ogillwe, Effie Lee Carty, Gladys Rurtrni, Tlicllna Hurry. Nanie Carly. J11z111it:1 Blevins, l4'1'a114'is 1'l'iIl'1 i':111111l10ll, SIDUIISUI' Mabel 3IllI'l'lSOll. Secoml Raw: Anna Doi-is Alurriel, Elizalretli Var-lie, llurdii- Griffin, Virginia King, Usie Bowers, Dola Dobbs, Maria' All-xaiidcr, Lmneta Slim-lton. Eula Lev I-la11'111'1l1, l1'a llincy, Ruby Reapraii, Elizabeth Gossett, Magrarvt Wilkiv, Jewell Caniplmull. linttmii Knw: Tlie-Ida Haxvortli, Jessie Well-li, C'l1riQi1-vii Hll'klll2lll, Marig liyram, Guida Mae Blagzvv, Glenna Beasley, Mary lflstclli- 3ltlI'l'IlXY, Dorfmtliy 1'l1illi11s. JUVRNALISAI Top Row: laivillo liCL'fOl', Ola Mulilvy. Opal Bvasley. Jainvs Pnwoll, Spuiisur Bcanton Konkcn. Svcemicl Row: 'l'll6llll:L HlIl'I'y', llclva Siognci, Alma H4bl'S4'l1lL'I'. .Irina Baldwin, Vmla Stcplierisuii, llutll Mullins. ttlillllll' Mason, lienm-tli lleaslcy. llottmn Row: Eniily l'1'f11v, Eva Daviilsrm, Dario Hmxarml. 3Iz11'g::1rL-t Hunt. Freda Baldwin, Enima Tandy, Vinnii- Lvl- Mmnivy, Harrllu Clark, ldflvar Davis. fifty-t,l1rvu IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII TEE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I , IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE RED DEMONS Top Row: Opal Hayes. Ruth Mullins, Gordie Griffin, Pearl Allen, Vernie Gandy, Emma Tandy, Vinnie Lee Mooney, Margaret Hunt, Datie Howard, Ruth Chambers, Francis Pearl Campbell, Mary Byram, Emily Crow. Second R w: o Osie Bowers, Margaret Wilkie, Jewell Reagan, Thelma Hurry, Ola Mobley, Sponsor Francis Tandy, Opal Beasley, Hazel Stroud, Flossie Jernison, Jewell Campbell, Lometa Shelton, Eva Davidson, Belva Stogner, Joye Baldwin. Bottom Row: Virginia King, Glenna Beasley, Francis Bowen, Gracie Davidson, Christeen Hickman, Golda Mae Magee, Helen McDaniel, Marie Byram, Mary Estelle Morrow, Jessie Welch, Ruby Reagan, Orpha Schupp. Yell Leaders Pauline Dowlen, Alma Horschler. Eu DAVIDSON .....,. .,,,,.,. I 'resident FRANCIS TANDY ...,, ,.....,,,..... i Qponsor TJAULINIC DOVVLIN ,.,,, ...... 3 'ell Leaclei' Amu llonsoilmzn .,,..., ,,,,,,,i 3 'ell Lcairler Iiftx tour HOME Ec:oNoM1cs CLUB Tru Row: Hazel Strnud, l+Iff'e Lvl- Curly, Snruli Byrnni, Lnville Hurry, Tinvy Dnnlen, F1'z111m'is Pearl Camin- l In-ll Vernir- tiznmlv. I-'rum-is Iluwen, Mary Byrmn, Audra Box. 50001111 liuw: Gnulk-'llriH'i11, Tin-llna Sndiluth, .lnanitn Blevins, Nainio Furry, Daisy 1ll'DillliL'l, Jewell Camin- lmll, Ll-lin 'l'z1ylnr, Ji-nl-ll llill, Orplm Sl-liiinp, Iililaln-tli Gnssvlt. Marie Gnwer, Pearl Allen, SIJOIISUI' ' I I-'1':u11'is Tandy. Third Row: Nnrax L1-Q Slnlduth, Marie Alcxamlvr, Dum Dnlilvs, Oslo Bows-rs, Helen M1-Daniel, Gran-io David- son, Mario Byrnm, Tliclfla Huwnrtli, Vixllllil Box, Irene McIntyre, Eulan Lou Haworth, Glenna Huaisley, 'Pup limv: Thvlina Sllddlllll, Agnvs Burton, Margaret Ogzilhcu, Daisy MsDauiel, .lr-wel Hill, Gladys liurlun. l'cz1rl Allen. 2 Z ' Scfwmml Row: Spnnsnr Frunvis 'l':ind3. Alzidgru Jones, 01-plizi Sclnipp, Marie Power Fditli QHIHNOII Ioli I4 ll Blnrriell, .lcwcll lleaipgzxii, Ycrniu Grundy, Ln-lin Tziylnr, Luniota Slic-lton, Blargzziwt Wilkie, Ilornlliy Pliillips, Hazel Stroud 'l'l1i1'nl Row: Panlinu Dnwlcn, liulxy R1-again, Virginin King, I'ln'isti-cn Hivknnln, Gnldai Maw Alzxgrev, Flossic .Ivniix0n, Mary Este-llv Mni'rnn, Iiwm- Rlvllityiw. lm Minvy, .lussie Wula-li, Num Lu- Sndduth, Annan Doris 1llll'I'it'u. fifty-flu IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ali THE '28 T1GgR I IIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII A LKEGTX I Cwloxfif 1 i , Vff' ' mlmmmmv 'A'HIH1Eil f Vlflilm lv' J ' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII 'fzg1E wj2e T1 Q ER IIIIII llllllllll llIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II f-PQWX Q-x-fairs 1 AIYXQTSWXHQX ei: f H' 'H' 'H' "" ' V "" '18H KHHliHH1'QA'1T1'Q"i 'Aff 1 s IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII lumlllm nu lm Il jggjg jggg IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Q xU."cx:f14foH , ur- -2--fx v 2 I ' 3 2 ' e I N ,, .44 's 13 ' Er! 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" w...U.".g'.,'E O E 'UE if + CLQ: Sr-'oz-I I sync co ea xv H 4556 X ggffmgfj -o-n-ow no mc' - :L-"1mQ4 ' Qs? ,MQ , wo, ' Oki, H- wr-1 'rm-an to N HVR1, . 0 lfomm , q,4v,.m. 9,5 . 07" f C54 ' :HU geR rf' SN amy. mm Ulm--ra 'o Q' WIT' f E. I-'wwf ' 5455 as . ' "' N - ,mfr Q L., W E - 1-0-41 W U-1-va A A 9 Ld erm W "S-cr' . ,S :S 4 PJ O , .f,L.--.. . ,.-... , 5 A P 2 Y IllllIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII T H5 '2eW'11gsER IllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII F I M IV I ll I .A 1 bl ' H1 - A s . rs LL51 A 1 lectu ed to GREKT L N ' C by ' 3 Kar' 1 Oi td' by ur J 1-rem: sQcc1Sn3ml'NTx Baskegxal ' rch t e 2 . Annu 1 Sqjt We go tn be Red omgn Tour-gmerbt, Union' 1 ey No what soon 1 he 0, svn 'er Camm OP3 igeasley CHFKHQ 0 f h ol Q 1 " Q53 T BJSKLEL e 4: 11 'f. r 1 ty. Julz-,la o F149 Gran mfthern. 'It. Patric s Qay The gen B9OYl T fl Que cn. ' SP N I ba? woatffr 4 gm I A1631 ,lfo 13 H4131 :Yoon be' h' xl 'Qhe L1 7 ft .Jag a iors were Wro Q I ' I-1g'1'iV v - gfoociorln. nflrr than Elmo 'r , al?-l. X hocigg XJ lFreE:iI1xnerti: .3 P , ' 4 WM Apxlj Fools Courry ost Co y lf ta it raine Exci 11318 cm D y.' Like Y, T1-F, , 11 dai. us s er o olstgd Did -gg play We didx. cal Bur boys I 13115 C -BS to iid li ,HR , ho ke'? wellf'-1 d won shows u roll habpmyli Hqwveyey vary ' 1qlmf1a5'f Wu. I ' 1 3351193 51:52 w th-21 QE . ipper Q 1 N ' , ' A Lust ay of pr oot .. n bal Ev ryqm -haf. no her Qm, S H10 N8 Q' FPQUIO t 1 b t. H IN FVE' b awe? aim 0 -N31 of W 11 1 Stn ors gre-V tl- t oporhd lo? A gud sg-all fx ilu' l lpn 1 1 gap O HUM! Nflfh 4 H- t1Z'Y C H tl Xiinixfilfs lu fot- Am'?fI'Go Vfiyc' ,GHC 0 r um I 5 1 3815 lyo X U U . gh 1335 hof TIBGQA I gdPaZ1y'LfoE the Titus, ning. '25 IE: t.J OS V1 0 o on or -in S o a y o 'on r 01 un I' th' 1 St mon' altiaindgl b Za Datio Week. ? are S nibr Bn q tj I F4 Y . th of s hool. LAPS BQ 5 owlrd. hero 0 or W? hid morn 1 l Gra on dly- - ac 1 uroaio 5 er I, Soni r P1 y. rad ntio Sch o ou g sqm O!! t C I OW t 0 gr 13x05 Q0 -byes O ' Son ora up 'M S on o s did' Q ali. f 1 d C1 ' - b t ,ir i uc? s nos li SXHH M 07 11 Sgongol. B hi 0. unong IGN e hers 1 olId . Kbo inf X Q 0910 s 11106. ' All X J ' f x f 1-'- - smtx 110 'A' 'A' 'A' 1. IIIIIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze TIGER X STXD'-tWO Eiiiidiiiliii' EW xEiT1HHHV1KH1A11"' H EHKHEJ ' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII l llllllllllllllllllllllll THE '25 -lilGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII THE SOCIAL Wi-nm. OF T. H. S. Students and taeulty did not look as though they ever thought ot a Geometry problenis or tests when they appeared at the Hallowelen Party Oct. 30th, as ghosts, witches and all t-he spirits that roain the earth on that day. The Red Demons showed the Teniple Tigers that they eould do other things than boost for the teani when they entertained with a lovely Thanks- giving' Hullabaloo to eelebrate the vietories of the season. Every one was in jubilant spirits beeause ot the vietory over Walters. Dee. the 14th found the Seniors at Shady Rest enjoying roasted wieners and their aeeolnpannnents. The dignified Seniors went back to the days when they were six and seven when they attended a Kid Party given by Freda Baldwin Dee. Qlst. The 22nd day of Deeeniber, ls one tor the Juniors to remember. Because it was on that lovely day Front the cares ot sehool they ran away, To a bonfire 'where wieners roast And where also the. niarshlnallows toast. Wiener Roasts were quite the fashion this year beeause the Sophoniores hied away to Shady Rest tor one Dee. the 2nd and another Jan. the llth. The l+'reshinen not to be left out by their superior 'fellow-students roasted their wieners Oet. 20th and Jan. the 3rd. To the Juniors and other inenibers of T. II. S. Nov. the .llth is an important date, not only beeause it is a national holiday but because on that day Ruth Jones was niarried to Carl Clianibers. Miss Kooken, sponsor of the Senior Class. believes that there are other ways to eidueate that class than by English, because she plans to take them to dinner after the liaeealaureate Sermon. There are other people in this town that think that pleasure goes with edueation and they intend to entertain the Seniors at the last ol' sehool. There is always the Big Event ot' the year and that is the Junior- Senior Banquet. This is only a part ot' the soeial events of T. ll. S. in the year ol' ,QT-28. sixty-three KLIHIEKTA' AAAAA ' i'A'T'A' 'A 'A' 'A' 'A' ' 'A' xEilx'0A'iHi'13A'i1'AA'ii'0A'ii'QA'ii'QA'ii'0A'i IIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII T515 ggmjflcasg ' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII U T0ll!' BIKES 'A' 'A' :BEER HlNHlx'Bii IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 it uuuunuuuul THEY 'V28 I,9gRp 1 l . DEVELOPMENT OF AN IDEA l 1 To-day our happy honielifo lllifldl' possible lwcailstl ot' tho dv- 1 velopnient ol' an idva stands as ll mile-stone o11 tho road to l g1'oz1t1+r fuluw- growth. grantor futuro prosperity and a gI'9?lll'l' t home town and Co1111111111ity. 1 N The l10I1S11llllll21fl0ll of our' idvas, tho r'1-alization of our KlI'0tfllIlS. 1 the an-liievi-1111111t ot' our plans rest upon a 00111111011 founda- tion- Thc unitcd efforts of ew-1'y Hl6IllbUI'. and l'V01'j' citizen ot' Tcnlplc and this t'on1111unity arv llveded toward imlvvelopiligg' our idcas ot what wv want t-his town and Conlmunity to ho. ' I OVR1 GOAL- lst. VVQ want Temple to luv the lwst l'll2ll'lil'l for all kinds of farm products. 1 2nd, NVQ want Temple to he tho lwst plaf-0 to huy tho Ill'- l ce-ssities of lite. Z 31'd. lVe want 'll0lllPl0 and l'on11111u1ity to haw tho lwst roads , . , l and most Dl'0LlllL'flVl' tarms. ' lmt's start IIOXV-tllll' for all, and all for ons-. l , E l l 'l'l4lMPl1l4l l,'I'IAllll3l'lR Ulf' t'UMlXll'IRUl'l. -XYOII ?l1'l' always wuluonlc to Zlllvlltl our n1111-ti11gs- 1 sixty-flvu mm-,gmm,fmmmm-mm'5'nmm't' " 'A' 'E' 'A' m11'5'f111Imm'A' A' IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE V-'28 Tiglsa IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I 6' ER ICEH M Our entire Organization is always at your Service- endeavoring at all times to attain a higher standard of y quality at lower cost. i Our foremost thoughts are to make the B. 81 O. CASH STORE a better place to buy your many necessi- ties than ever before-striving to make it possible for y you to get the highest market price for your Poultry, Cream, Eggs, Eur, Hides, and other farm products. Our service does not mean the speed in which we serve you, but that intangible feeling of satisfaction. May We have the opportunity of serving you. Lv I E. 34 QB, Qlash 51111712 2 TEMPLE, OKLAHOMA 1 xtx x , iEifx51TzHif'A' IKIKIKHITAH' Hi 'A' . xdlxdlv' ' xiififxi' KY! xmlifxi' Ki IEXTISY ii'1liW H IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I , llllllllllll i, IEE '28 pflflezzri j To the Present Pupils of the Temple High School and Grades l Vile wish for you all the good things that the world I holds in store. 4 y You can't count them, and the supply never gives l out. You can only receive them as they come and he y 1 able to enjoy them in proportion to the efforts that you have put forth to bring good to others. I Wlierewfer you go, or whatever you do, just remem- i her that we wish you well. 1 . 52 QB. flash UH inte l l TEMPLE, oKLAHoMA l l QYOII iK1lEYxl1Bili'L1l1i'i QW H i'E'iHzJ ' zZilHlHlHl m'1lKHHl'Ei 'A' Y IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII mmmum v THE gg TigEa f mu mm 'o IIII IIIIIIIIIII mmmllunmml 4 L. IC. ISUWHN A. L, IIIGXIJICHSUX ' I 1 - Phone -L4 Bowen 8: Henderson Fon TEMPLE 5 and 1 COMMUNITY Insurance, Farm Loans, and Real Estate. Temple, Oklahoma. sif I EEiEm UHEH15HEHHIHlHTx'0"i 'zrlxhifxii IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ill ll lllllllllllllllllllll LW TI-Izzy ge TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illlllllllllllllllllllllll I I In Y I Hardware - - Furniture I New I'v1'I'wIi0iI Oil Stoves, Has liziiigvs. llllil4'1'Ii1liI1lg, l'llU1CI'?ll I"lowc-rs Phone l2l I went up on the Il10llllf21lI'l. ,I looked all down The plain, I I saw a lot of Q'l'i"011 stufyf 'l'lIaI loolivcl like waving g'I'?IlII. I looked again :mil closer. I tlioughi it must grass, Ilut to my uttvi' Iiorroix II was The l'lI'0SIIl'lI2lll Cllass. I Ilivvs of vclitors oI'I I'o111i11II us I That ilu-ir lives are nut sillilime. I For Thi-y have Io work like II--I I To gait their amiiial out on Time. I I .--... I Miss llilizlli llasliins: 'iH01I1'y. The cle-vil always Iiumls soma I thing' for iclle hamls 'ro flu, cmuv up hvl'c and Ivt mu give you sonic I I work." ' --r- I ill2lI'K'IlCi' 'l'aIIIcl5': 'IRI-fuse mv, Iain' I'lI't'll2l. I Iwg IT". ' l'lI'I"lli1 Balclwiiiz "Why"? I I'IzI1'0IIc-I-z USO I'll III- clrivvn III driiilcu. . -- . I J lm Has The R1ght Idea I If :II first you IIm1't slim-Ilclcl clouhle him and lllilflfll him again. I , W H K V K, Z ,Y K H K V I Sanders Barber Shop 'I.XIways A l'lI-asurv I I To Serve Youu. I I.z1IIios and fll'llllll'l'11S Work I I A Sl'I'lClAl.'1'Y I IIOT and Uolcl I I l5.VI'IIS I Always IIIII-iwste-II in Svliool .XvtiviIivs. I WYIIII-I SAXIJICRS, Prop. I Y . ixix'-nine m y1A!VI h'Ih'Ir1f1IE'1IzfYiIzAi'A' HI! I' "W" IIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII T115 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll TEMPLE DRUG STORE Wllhe Place of Courteous Service" Dealers in Drugs, Druggist Sundries and Jewelry Vlle specialize in prescriptions. 'I'lCM'Pltl'I, Oli LA HOMA l l y Belva Stognerz "Give a sen- t tenee with the word Justieef' l Kenneth: K'l'd justice soon FHPHICTS I kiss you as n0l"'. l C0-Qperative ' Alina llorsehler Cyveepingj: l "Son1e011e' told my J. 'l'. that l he Could get his pants pressed ' 1 by allowing a steam roller to run over them." Ruth Mullins: "VVell, what r "The l'l2lI'll1PY'S l?'rie11d". I f .WH l 0 iii' ff 1 I 1' 1 nm: He fmget to tune The Murry System, l the pants efff' l Miss Beasley: HI lest 3410.00 ' yesterday ' '. Temple. Oklfilmnla. L90 BYNUH1 'tH0w'S fllfllnlw y Miss Beasley: "Cotton Went I P up 9510.00 E1 bale and I clIclu't l have at bale". . I L cut HlE'1lHlE71lYSil KH EH 'A' "' ' iii H1'5'jHi'Q"i i'f3'i IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I -ILHE 'ze TIGERH IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII A. R. 'i'1i,xMMlf11.,1,. Manager 'r1+:MP1,I:, olimxloilix TEMPLE ICE CO. 'IServiee is our motto." The Coolest Place In Town I Phone 64 I I Marshall Metz: 'iWhat are l you thinking about?" BUUTIILINS' J. C. McGee: "Thanks for l ' 77 the C0mI'hHm1t - l All kinds of BooTs and y l SHOES repairing. Denver Norman: "Ireland I , , . . Should he the I.it,lu,St Country W e will appreciate a share ot in all the world". your patronage' llershel VVorsham: HWhy is I All work is done under a that?'l I strict guarantee. Denver: HHQ1- capital has l been Dublin for many years". . mf f f f - 'tThat's a new one on me". h l said the monkey as he scratch- Cas I ed his head. . I H.-- y Music It XYillizun went out riding I in his Ford, ran out of gas, and Store was forced to push the ma- chine back to town, eoultl you Phgng say that the Fowl was moving by VViII powei"I. se! IS lu RRRR THE '28R-A Tie E3 IIIIIIIIIIIIIII mu IIIIII mul nlmlllllluluull u l MCDONALD GRAIN CO. Grain, Flour, Feed and Coal 1 I 1EMPLE,OKLAHOMA s I N i CANDY BROTHERS HARDWARE CO. A TEMPLE,OKLAH0MA A A IIIGADQVAR'l'lC1!S 'FOR I IT if Rvpnirs and Mm-C'mmivk-Ilem-illg I":11'm DI2li'llillPS A I A ,D AAD f, ,.L.D.,J f I HJE1N'I'xfSi.I':7X7""'1fx1xf11E milm iBxJH1K1THXHEHh'lYZY1 im TLT xiii IIIIIIIIIII IIIII' ' IIIllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze -l-I-GEYR Illllllllllllll IIIllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII - i I l l1.Il.i!I D IAYICS, l'i'osi1lo1it ALEX WALKICR, xvlldf-l1'0Slllt'11i THE FARMERS STATE BAi Capital and Surplus 329,000.00 Wllhe Bank of Friendly Service." TEMPLE Sii ERVICE TATIO, iclziii' Gus :mid Oil l+'iros'roiw 'Fires and Tubes lllrh and 4- liesf Svrvii-4 l'ho11c- 40 l"1'ai1c-is Tandy: HVVll0l'0 ari- you going?" liuuua Tandy: "UuT". l"1'z111c-is: "XViTh my dress?" l'lIllH12l2 "No, with your fel- low." Hl'd faux' death for youu. H Why did you run from Tlizlt dog?" "li XY2lSll7t dead". Iii mstivlis lizive lliilkli' kissiiiw' A rs flu- most popular form oi vol- or- Ilflllilllfl. "l3uT Jaui0s". said his mother. Hflltlflli your con- svienve Toll you you were wi-o11g,'. "Yes". replied sl?1Ill0S.HlNll l d0n'T lwlii-ve ovvrytliiug l ,aa lioai . se tx thr 1m .-. mvlrh f. IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 'flag igs T1c5ER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII If. V. IGUXYAHDS, Blflllflgiil' TEMPLIC, OKLA. TEMPLE CIN MOne of the gbest' gins in town." NEW MACHINERY. Bones Gin g4Where Ginning is an Art and Service is a Pleasure" t f 'A' Uilziiim Emwmilmil IIIIIIIIIII IllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I lilvE '28, TIGER IlllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I '-'vw' 7' N" ' ' THE TEMPLE TRIBUNE I gA publication clcvotccl to promotion of the welfare of the schools. the vllurclies and the t50HllllQl'0l3l interests of Temple mul Cotton County. l i I Only 31.00 per Year in l l Cotton, Stephens, Comanche and Jefferson Counties ' Wlell-e ui J ed Job De artment in connection. l P Lloyd Johnson: HYou look l l'0H1PlimPHTS of like two c-ents . 5 Womau's Missionary Society qw, X -, , KK 7 . f llefl Jtllllbolll, T il011l 2 sec any dollar signs on you t ' I 1 031,01-". Invites you to all its services -?- l A. COMMVNITY t'l'1N'l'l41R l'l1'2lllli llizzcllz mls Football l l'0F fill lllill is lllllllllllg' 211111 your favorite game". l 'NSPl1"UQ- Dave RlL'll2l1'tlSfl11i 'tNo, quail P C. F. MlTtTllI'1l,I., Pastor on toast is mine. XYll21l,S Mrs. ll. A. Crawtoiml, yours?" Pros. W. MA. S. Residence Phone 191 . Ogio., phom. 127 l BYRAMN AND Rl+1l+lDlS l Bilfllltl' Shop A. B. lI0liS'l'l'lD. M. ll. Pliysivizlli Temple, lllililllljlllil. l HS0l'Vil'0 is UNF N10ll0, Office owl' 7 Satisfaction is our aim." l'l2lI'Illt?I'lS State lizxuli. 1 AA AA AA A 'A' x'LA1'i :Ui H I i1'Axil' iEH!HHE'1l'A' ' ' 'A' 1L'Aki' H H if H :Hit 'A' 'A' 'A' 'A' tiirlg Q22 TIGEQR llnmmmu IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII l HWe are l00W for our public schools l and their activities. Q Your interests are our interests." 1 Dolm elm Grocery J Phone 45 l f TEMPLE, OKLAHOMA Styleplus Clothes Stetson Hats l. 0 0 . g 7 A Y ieldzjfz i ' j Ready To Wear, Something New Every Day , J l Phone 21 Temple, Oklahoma 4 l l l , f Y Wx, frrf mafia, f .iff ,W ill S0 HIHEYMIT 1 iii! zHI D15 '28 TJQEER " "" AA "iii" i YZAAAA WU" ' HEAT POWER ILLUMINATION Q REFRIGERATION- l'lil1'll of these lIlKTiSIM'llSll3l0 nit-ilitivs has ai vital part in l lll0Lll'l'Il 0Clllt'2ill0l12ll clevelopilieiit. Within Thv studviil hmly of Tviiiple High S4-howl, nw- soniv who :Irv mlm-stiiiml to he EIIIIOIIQQ lhc lc-zulers of enluvziiioxi ziml C0111- mowo ai fvw years hencc. Study of history oi' thu pvobluuis and of thl- ziuliiovviiiulits of thu puhliv uiilities will zzicl Illill0l'l2llly in equipiug llll'Nl' potential leaclers in Thv work alivzlcl of ihvm. SOUTHWESTERN LIGHT i and T POWER COMPANY EARL Ii. l'1RNSBl4lRf'lER, TjI'0Slil0llii and lillllK'1'2ll DIEIIIPIQUI' U0l'R'l'I'l9Y AND Sl'1RVl'f'l'I. libpyiiigg' T'llll2ll'g'lllg.1' Pom plimm-nt s I'hotog'1'aplis I liivv l'l01'0Y61' mi H10 l l'0loi'ing Frzniiiiig' ROXANA M PETROLEUM Temple i T l emit A' xKi1'111i'A' HEPA' 'A A' 'A'lVmHl IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllll THE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I Curreathers and Smith Vlfalters Economy Store Everything To IVear IVE: are interested in all the schools in Cotton County. THE DIXIE STORE Walters, Oklahoma. VValtors, Oklahoma. E. OLIVER ,Ieweler Diamonds, VVatc-hes. Clocks, Silverware ' Repairing a Specialty "VVhen needing a gift eall on usf' VValters, Oklahoma sex Lnty eight Mr. Clausen: Cin algebraj t'Let's not have so many fool- ish questions and so niueh noise. Don't you know that you can ask more questions in ten min- ntos than a wise inan can an- swer in ten days J?" Freshman Mutt: "Yes sir. that is just the reason that we are going to flunk on this quiz to-day." In chorus after singing: 'tVVhen the Swallows Home- ward Fly". Miss Morrison: t'Roy, where is the honie of the swallows?,' Roy Knight: "The stomaehn. Ernie Hoar: UIX11 old hen died. What kind of flowers shall I send?" Mr. Clausen: "Egg Plant." E11 H1 WUI A T '1E42Q T'G5 R 66Oh, I sa ! Y Letvs go to Walters to-night." uAl1right!" I MPH met you at i LOUCICS CONFECTIONARY Day Phonv No. 31, Night Pllonvs 332 and T STORES .XT WAl.TI'IRS AND HASTINGS Harley-Pearson Furniture Co., Inc. FlIl'Ilif1l1'O and lvlld0l'f2lkil1g.E . , ,. W , Allllmulzlm-v S4-rvu-0 Day and Nlght i , f S4-wing Mm-hiucs and Supplies. Radios and Acc-vssoric-s. 'I'lclismm, '- Yictm' :md Columbia Bl21C'lli11l'S, Rn-pairs :mul Records. XY:1ltv1'S. Oklnllmnzl. t EHEHHTEHu'AE' H1155 'A' 'A'1m1EiTxEiBL3i"' iii mi mi xKilHTxBH"' :Ei EW I TEE R28 TFGEE el t i u ,ll v City Meat Market Q I ack Grimslefs MARKET "6We buy cattle and butcher the best. 99 t 1 HOWELL'S SANITARY l'. H. Person Iwo J. Nobblit. BAKERY t 1 PERSONUS TIRE AND . , t BATTERY SHOP X llonw oi : N MRW11 IAOPUCH Ufvfld X H'I'he'Plz1ce of Smiling Service" H HThe Smit of Itifen. t Q ecfial Orclvrs given prom 4 Dmug All Kf'1dS"f attention Auto Ill'lli1ll"1NQ 1 Phones: lmmw 13:2 t Init,-4:2 Nia-h1Ye141 t i I I W i 1 ' 1 L' lf E:'lKWYxif "A' 'A ETA' 'A' iKiT1L'Al!110il' 'A' 'A' xiilii H Ei M153 H H IIllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'za TIGER IIII II ' IlIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Majestic Theatre Cool in 51111111101- XVa1'm in xVllll'CI' l 1 Always a flood l'rogr'au1 TEMPLE MILLING CO. SUNl3l'l.XM l"l.OlYH Elllil all kincls of feed. l3llYl41RS of wheat and corn. l w l l Phone 226 117 N, Umlwy. l Mistletoe Cafe EDGAR ll. OTIS, Owner JVST A READ GOOD PIQACIC I TO HAT, H'l'llANKS'l. l Walters, Olilahoula. A l l HOOPER Motor Company Sales and Service Buick ,Xutomobile Aevcssories, l l Casings, Tubes, Oil, and Gas. xV?lltCl'S, Oklahoma. l eglty 'A' - Ill IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE '28 TIGER IIIIIIIIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII EVAN'S TAILOR SHOP Always Dependable Since 1921 Cleaning Pressing Altering Snappy made 'fo measure Clothes Spending my entire school days in Temple, 'I am 100243 for lhe school and hope To serve you in the future as l have in the past. l Ron EVANS A SANDERS BARBER SHOP l 'Ladies' and f'hildren's Wlork A SPl'lClAli'l'Y Hoi' and Cold l3ATllS Always Interested in School Activities. VVYIJIE SANDERS. Prop. Man is the only animal thai' 1-an he stuffed more Than once. ? l 'Fred Jemison: "'l'ha'r florist surely keeps in touvh with his slogan. "Say ll Vlifh Flowers". l Millard Hayes: "Whatls his method?" Fred: 'lVVell, I know he has sent me a lmuneh of fO1'g'Gl-lllC'l10lS I with each hill". Graeey Davidson: "VVhy do snowballs dance?" Ruby Carly: "I don't know, unless they'1'e practising for the snowball." Coach Johnson: "Block that kick". 2 I Rueben Bowers: "XVith whose lmloekf' Cigllfy-IWO lHEHUFi61?S1lKxlHlYm'lHlHl A HIHIKEMHIHIKIEH IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE '28 ,TIGER W IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .-..,,..?, k,-Y,A ..-,,, , W1 SA VE with SAFETY 4 at your Y Rexall rug tore THE RED LIGHT ? Wfemple Garage" ! CAFE Q The 'Plum-e of Courtesy :md i I Servicw 7 1 "'I'hcA Home of V vm I H lmburu I , GL1llG1'211l51' and Repair XYm'k I mm 2 ,go s N Phone: I R. L. S1'.XR lSOHlJUliIfl'. P1-Up. my 150 Night 91 gli Il E' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl THE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY of Taylor - Hunt Post No. 162 Meets lst and 3rd Monday Evenings at the ,IIUT Order Of Rainbow For Girls Temple Assembly No. 99 Temple, Oklahoma. Meets First and Third Thursday Nights Masons, Eastern Stars. and Visiting Rainbow Sisters Vifeleome THELMA HURRY, VVorthy Advisor RUTH MULLINS, Recorder LESLIE RAY Representative of: The Great Southwestern Lite Insurance Company y In Compliments ot i NVOOClU'l21I1 Circle, Grove No. 207 1 Temple, Oklahoma. I Capital S4l.8,992,212.00 Zana Davidson, Clerk Eastern Star Chapter No. 363 Meets Second and Fourth Friday Night. Visiting' Members Welcome. Mrs. Anna Crossett, XV. M. f Mrs. May Smith, See. Shampoos Permanents y Mai-cells Finger Waving I Manicures Faeials i Beauty is the first gift na- I ture gives us and the first she takes away- l Simply Let Mrs. Sam Jones, "As good as the best and Graduate Operator. better than the rest." i Take care of you. Timp p pp pmgiw Phone 95 - SEE - A I J. Ri. GOSSETT Mrs. M. J. Melrose DENTIST for Phones: I Residence 97 Oitice 99 - MILLINIGRY - I eighty-foul' lY!NlHlIZ11"1V'Av mg, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII T5:g4!gkeZ j'1e ER IIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII "Why do so many peoplo l walk in China?" , flml' Why do WCW ' M,xnol+1l,L1Nf: A SPl+1CTATl'l'Y because there IS only onl- Coehin China". 'H' AT J. C. McGee: "Van you keep a secret?" .1 KK?Dlll'll1 Beasley: "I Sure l' canf' J. C.: "Well 1,111 in lli'OCl ol' I fivehllcksfl ' ' ' Kenneth: HBe aT rosie, it is as if T had heard 1l0llllllQ,'.H WASH Y,XRIl'l'l'Y STORE rave Bm'-Oclls 'Phono S8 I 1m T. fl. Cash, Prop. Denver Norman: Ullavo you heard the latest songs?" Hllloro Goods for Less M'o110.v', lflclgar Davis: "No, what are , 1 V , Y - Jw' llrv hoods, Notions. Vlorli t ey. . Denver: 4'Thv Blind Nauls Ulofhillg. aml flI'0C01'l0S llop. Tho Form Bread Blues. , i N and NVl1l'I1 Woof and Luke lhmlfl 'Tl l0ml'l0- Olfla- I Come a llool Tootm' Along." N l Owen l"1'am Strain Eggs and fllmim-ks in Season f'RAxVl"0lilYS Rlilrl YARD 8: llA'l'l'lll'lRY Breeder ol' l S. l'. Rhode lslaucl Bvcls , lixllilmitioxl aml ll1'0l'lllIlfI Stork for Salm- 1 II. A. lll'21Wf01'Ll, UXVIIUI' 'l'Clll1Jl0, Olil?lll0lll2l l -a e- -B eh.. i l l l We serve regular meals at all hours l l GORDON CLARK elgllts Hu A' x'L1iA' H 1EHHl AmHA' '1LX'1l1KJ1W' i 'A' - 'A' ' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII T HE 'ze TIGER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ALUMNI Alva Jarrett: Care Roxana Petroleum Company o,,o,.oo,o..o,o......... Marlow, Oklahoma Grace Nease: Bookkeeper for Southwestern: Light and Power Co., Temple, Oklahoma. Dan McCoy: Pipe-lining Q .,.,o.........,.,......o.....oo........,,o,,..,....,...............,,.o,,o,.....o,.,o, Temple, Oklahoma Geneva Grace McGee: Teacher .....,............o,OO,,lo,......oY,oo,....,,oo,..............,... Temple, Oklahoma Ralph C. Coffelt: Night Engineer, Protection Water' and Light Department, Protection, Kansas. Box 86. Ralph C. Vtlilson: County Clerk .................. ..........,..............,...,.......,............... W alters, Oklahoma Lois Metz CMrs. Ralph Vtlilsonj : Teacher ..,............................i.......... VValters, Oklahoma Ella Horschler CMrs. J. VV. Pyland, Jr.j: Accounting Dept. City National Bank, 1508 Eighth Street, Court No. 2, Vtlichita Falls, Texas. Miss Beauton Kooken: Teacher ...........................................,................,........... Temple, Oklahoma Miss Joella Kooken, attending college at Central State Teachers College, Edmond, Oklahoma. Ida Taylor CMrs. VValter Yieldingb: Housewife ......,....................... Temple, Oklahoma Francis Tandy: Teacher ....................,.................,..................,,,,.,..........,,,....,....., Temple, Oklahoma Roy Cain: Pharmacist ..........,.............................,............................................,.......... Marlow, Oklahoma Pauline Camp: Book-keeping Dept. Farmers State Bank, Temple, Oklahoma C. S. Vtlorsham: Book-keeping Dept. Farmers State Bank, Temple, Oklahoma Leslie Ray: Assistant Cashier in the First National Bank, Representative of Southwestern Life Insurance Co., Temple, Oklahoma. Edith Thompson CMrs. Leslie Rayj: Housewife ..,,,.,.................... Temple, Oklahoma Virginia Enoch CMrs. H. F. Tracyj: Housewife ............,.,.......,. llutehinson, Kansas Owen Hensley: Mgr. of Shoe Dept. R. 8: O. Cash Store ............ Temple, Oklahoma Lee Vtlaller: Clerk ........................,.......................,..,.......................,.......................... Temple, Oklahoma Flora Tucker: Attending college at C. S. T. C., ..... ........... E dmond, Oklahoma Goldie VVilkie: Oilfield worker ...,.....................,,,,Y..............,............,,....,.. Vtfewoka, Oklahoma Elzie Morrison: Teacher .................,..........,......,,..............................,.............,,..., Temple, Oklahoma Clyde Vtlhitelyz Supt. of Public Schools, 314 VV. Tenth Street, Bristow, Oklahoma. John Gower: Attending college at A. Sz M. 314: Crutchfield Hall, Stillwater, Oklahoma. Edna Searcy: Clerk ................................................................................................... Grandhury, Texas Alva Vtlhiteley CMrs. Hugh Hacklemanlz Housewife ......,.............. Dallas, Texas William Cogan: Book-keeper at the First National Bank, Ringer, Oklahoma Dr. Russell Meadows: Foreign Missionary ,................,......,....................... Pueblo, Mexico Gladys Collins CMrs. Bill Leeperj. Ray Gower: Attending college at A. 8: M., 314 Crutchfield llall, Stillwater, Oklahoma. VVilliam Maxwell: Mgr. of Hosiery Dept. B. Xa O. Cash Store, Temple, Oklahoma Tim Maxwell: Clerk ......................,,,.....................,................................................ Temple, Oklahoma eighty-six 'A' " ' " MYlP01MYl " " MX1IY8flMX1" A l A " A " ' A A VN A " f'01DiYI " A IYNMN1 IIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII THE 'ze ,Tig-gER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllll HIGH SCHOOL PLAY ALL ON ACCOUNT OF POLLY CAST Ralph -BeverlyHPolly 's Guardian .....,.... ,,...... .......,..Marshall Metz Baldwin-His Son ...L.,,.,..........,,............L,,,L ,... .L...,..........,,.,....,.L ,,...... C l 1 'ville VVilson Peter Hartliegh--A 'Prospective Son-in-law ......, ............ l 'llmo Taylor Silas Young-A Money Lender ...,Y,.,.......,.......,...,,,.w.,L, ...,.... . lack flrimsley Harkins-The Butler ...............,,............w,,..,w.....,. ,,L,,,, l flred Jeminson Tommy-A Poor Little Boy ...,,L.,......v,,......,.,.,, ..... ,,,... l i ester Mooney Polly Perkins-A Small Town Girl ..w.,... ,.,..,..,,,... i Alma Horsehler Jane Beverly-The XVife ..,LV,,.....,.....w......,....., ,,,..... N 'innie Lee Mooney llortense-Elder Daughter .......,L,,L,...........w,,L,,L,.......,,.. . .. . Frances Campbell Geraldine-Younger Daughter .w,.,,....,,..,,...,.,,,,..., ,..... ,....,,,., X ' eda Stephenson Mrs. Herbert Feather-stone-Ot The "400, ...... ..,...e...Y,. T helma Hurry Mrs. Clarence Chadtield-"A Climberw .e,........ L.,....,,,,..... O pal Hayes Marie-A Maid ...t,,..............,.,..,.......,.,,..,.....,..,V..,,..,.. ,t,,,. I ?'reda Baldwin Miss Rembrandt-A Manieurist .. ,...... t..,,e,,t, ,..,,,L,,. S a rah Byram Miss Bushnell-A Hairdresser ...,..,,,e,,L,,t,t.,..,,L,, ,,,, ,..........,,,L,...e.....i......, ,...,,.....,, T i 1 icy Dowlen Pudgy-Tonuny's Sister ,,,,e,,,t,Tt,,,,L,,e,,,,,,e,,e,,e,,,,, ..,,,,, ,,,,,,te, ,rrr,,,,,,.e,e,,,,,,e, , X I ma Doris Murriell ACT I-Living Room in the Beverly home. Morning. ACT H-The Same. One week later. Afternoon ACT HI+The Same. A Month Later. Evening. Time-The Present l-lE's MY PAL Senior High School Play CAST OF CHARACTERS Tom Spark-A Young Carpenter .,,..,...,,,,..,...........,..........,.....,.........,.,......,.,,.. Dave Richardson VVally Allen-ln Advertising ..................,...,,...........,.....,.... ........ ........ ...........,,,.,........i . T , C. Mallee Ma Averill-Everybody's Mother .....................,.....,............... ,...,..,.......... X 'innie Lee Mooney Lark Marie Sumner-Ma's Niece, Engaged to Vtlally ........................... Eva Davidson Calvin MeCayfA Henpecked Husband .. ......................,..,............ .....,........... B larsllall Metz Mrs. Blossom MeCay-His VVife and Boss ........,.................. ..,.... ........ ' I' im Hunt Harry Booth-In Real Estate ..,,.....,.................i.......... , ......,,..,.., Jim Jarrett Smudge-The Cook at Ma Averills ...........,.,, , Kitten Blake-A Beauty Spec-ialist ........ Lucille Keeter Alma Horschler Dick Smith-A .Real Estate Salesman ..,......,.,,.......... .,.. ..,,. D c lnver Norman Roger filail-Wally's Pal ..,..........,......,..,.........,.................,.,..,,.. . .,.. Rust ell Rylant Mona Spark-Tomls Sister, an l'gly Duckling .......i...,....,...,....... T l.M E-Present .............Datie Howard PLACE-Ma Averill's boarding house, in a livetown in California. SYNOPSIS OF ACTS ACT l-Living room of Ma Averill's boarding house. during a real estate boom. lt is late afternoon. just before the evening meal. ACT ll-Same as in Act I. lt is tivo weeks later, early ACT III-Same as in previous acts. It is late afternoon, in the evening. three months later. eiglity-seven ltiilxiilxmil' 'A' 'A' 'A C C' IIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllll THE 'ze TiGER IIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII JUNIOR PLAY THE FLAPPER GRANDMOTHER A Three-Act Musical Comedy Directed by Adwline Edwards Waylife P. Sewell Producing Company Piedmont Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia Aceompanist, Miss Mabel Morrison SYNOPSIS Prologue-Hln a Motor Car" ACT I-Living Room in Spriggins Home ACT H-Bargain Sale at Spriggins Store. ACT III-Vlleleome Home to Grandma. CAST OF CHARACTERS Andrew Spriggins fwho believes in nothing modernj ....,,.rr...,,,,., Marshall Metz Mat Spriggins fhis wifej ...........,..,.w..,...,....e,,, e..,. w.,,w.......................S...........r,.....,................. ' I ,earl Allen Lena Spriggins fthe wild childj ....,.,..,e,,,,.w,,..,............... .,......,,w,,,...... X 'eda Stephenson Belindy Spriggins fthe old-fashioned girlj .....r.,.,,,,r,s......,,....,r... .,,..... Maggie Pepper fthe Qlflapper Grandmotherj ,w...........,.,, .w..,.....,..., Dr. Joy fthe village doetor, in love with grandmother-J ..w,,,... Dick Tate fa traffic copj ,,c,.,..w..,.......cr...,......,.i.,cw,..............,,...,c..,,.i,,,......,.c.......... Jimmie Smith fan auto salesnianj ......cc,.c.,,,............. ....r....i......., .,,.... Bobby Smith fa sweet. sissy boyj ,,,,,.c,c. Count Seekem Rich ...,.w...,i,cc,.w...,............,,www,..,,, Rastus Jones ...,....,.....,...,,,....,,.c,,,,...,..............w.... Lily Vllhite .........,,,,,,......... Flapper Debutantes Thelma Hurry Blanche James J. C. McGee Lee Byram lflrnie Hoar Hardy Clark Claude Mason Otis Parker James Powell Misses Francis Bowen, Pauline Dowlen. Ruby Reagan, Jewell Reagan, Jewell Campbell, Madge Jones, Edna Maxey, Iva Mincy. 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