Texas A and M University - El Rancho Yearbook (Kingsville, TX)

 - Class of 1932

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ROBERT BARTOW CoUs1Ns served with honor in this institution as president, executive, leader, philosopher, and friend, bulldllpg 3 fflonu' ment against the dark outlines of a pioneering section that will testify to his wisdom, his greatness, his scholarship, and his power to create. He was a dynamic personality, Whose courage, vision, and judgment immortal- ized him in educational service. He Was a militant spirit, fighting igno- h ' Weakness and sham. President Cousins loved the Texas College of Arts and Industries. He loved the chapel hour. It was from the platform that he gave voice to the most profound truths and the loftiest idealism. It was in chapel mes- sages that he emphasized his belief that every institution has a soul which is its own achi-evement, an women who shape their conduct by the Rule of Right. rance, ypocricy, , d that the institution must build men and In the highest achievement of man's,mind and character, Dr. Cousins exemplified the virtues of human life-integrity, honor, faith, and good Will. He was gentle, kind, great in friendship, true to the death. He stands today "silhouetted against the mist of years" in the minds and hearts of the students and faculties Whose lives he touched. 55, Within his workshop day by day With patient, skillful hands he wrought, And coaxed from out the plastic clay Fair forms of character and thought, Of PWPOSF, and of self-control, Of nobleness, and strength, and truth. For wrapt in vision was his soul- This sculptor of the life of youth. y' Daily beneath his tireless hands - all ai 1 His work to shape and beauty grew. ,I p Its shadow fell on distant lands 4' R A J M V X And peoples that he never knew. X At last itwas given bim to see fit' if i.i,'?at,,"S"sC"'f'f0'0ff1Je mad ' Vi- S ,,-,,,, ' 'iff - .-- ' f., " TZ dands had builded years to be, f X , ,A ,ffm in - e mm of 'm""""d"""" ill i . 1 s Q A . i f as r ? Q I .s i in . f A s i - i s.,g:.s. " sf ' R 1 e t ' ,,' ' ' 'N - s X . a-- ..a..l..f . . X X' I. 1 R pixma' X. - - - - . . X X x X 1, XX X W NX SN xxX XQQX 5 N S' 5 wg Q X FTC YQ: N 894.31 xm 3 2 X: NK , Ne NMR A Ti? Qi -X: XM, Nw, QQQQQNQ X X N X '. L -5 Tv! QV NX X XXX . is xl ex Q E3 N - l -Y VN' 1 T fr: xg :Ny N Q Qi? N l ggi? 'Q as SS w . Ts X X 5, sf ix , W , ff ,x-x xh 1 X K X. L X X L x I .- . . . , x SEQ X ,jx x A. XKNQQ x Q. . x bs X X- wg? ifmjglg Xi: QQ W-FQ 1 ix AV :Q wxIi?I,1 Q M DR. ROBERT BARTOW COUSINS -."NsnsA...'." "-f" ,.-n Page zo VIIARII fx 1. lxl l m lu. Ix l'ux1J4r1lnffln'lifmnlufl3m.l1+w 1 1 S f g . ,Q T' 1 3 , ,gf ,rw . .-. 'K ax.,,,,,, ' . '35 -K,,.e.. J 'A .-,'F V uf. -7' f s C ff?- " -Q 3 ' .. 1 1 I ,Lui Sgr' ff 4 4 .25 'L' . 4 1 Lx 1 ik, ,v 'M f L5 Z : im- wk : , 9 51 -Q. , ,N il!-f ...gu- W' ,Q , 'fx .f x,. Q vin 'fxsf -WX , x .rw P! T. S Fi' ' 5 xi- 1 f Y-,MIK ', Mas. W. L. STONER Victoria ROBERT LEE BOEBITT President-Elect Laredo S. L. Gu.L Raymondville CLAUDE POLLARD r R. C. ECKHARDT Kmgsville Gus S. Woarx-mM Houston SAM FORE, JR. Floresville Austin Mns. LORINE JONES SPooN'rs Corpus Christi L. F. CONNELL, M-A- Economics Head of Department of Economics and Sociology Associate Dean of College V,h.' 1 ,ff f f f f 1 WWW?" W , ,pf f +1 1,5 f W s -f . l l' 'St 17 ,AX 'V f Page 22 JOHN L. NxERMAN, Ph. D, Chemistry Head of Department Dean of College L inf' f"""""' jo!-:N E. CONNER, M.A. xg? LILA BAUGH, Edzzcafiovz Dean of Women EW"C0UH1Ns,MA. Sm influx y Assocmtc Dt-.m of XY'mncu W History Head of Department Dean of Men I-' -X' 'l i'l ZW -f ANN L. KIRVEN, B.A. Librarian LOYCE ADAMS, B.B.A. Assistant Regislrar X. s . me GEORGE W. MCCULLEY, M.B.A. Registrar Head of Department of Accounting NINON YEAGER, M.A. College Secrrfary Instructor of English R. E. MAY Business Manager Pagt' 23 Mas. Gsokom W. BERcEaoN,M.A. . sx 'sie - A Emfllralion Head of Department of Art of Teaching X X Nl.-'R an sq 5 Wi W A fm ,QA x X N S. W. BASS, M.A. Physics Head of Department ,,..w,,v .. x 'C K ,J Pam' 2.5 MEDDIE B1cE,M.A. Home Eronomirs xxx, QNu2,.ff S Nm.-' MAMIE ELILAMQTH l3RQW'N,h1.A, E11'1u'uIim1 J' D' BMMLETTE, MA. Edltfdfiypg 3 GRACE BAILEY. B.S, Edmulfion lbs mW ,as xx V' X RUSSELL J. Coox, M.S. Agriculture? Director of School 1 J A A .NI X X Mns. MAY H. Drcxraws, M.A. History VIRGINIA CAMPBELL, B.S. Ployszcal Educahon DosHA Downy, B.M. Music W. A. FRANCIS, M.A. English Head of Department C. K. FRASER, M S Agriculture Page 25 DWIGHT N. GARRISON, M.A. Page 26 Chcmislry CLARA W. GLASS, M.A. Business' Administration MGA f . SARA Lois GRIME, M.A. Geography Head of Department HELEN MARR HUNNICUTT, M.A. Spanish CORINNE HAMLLL, B,M, Music Mas. PAULINE W. JESTER, M.A English A? SYXRX KXRFXXXXNY XSNXXY 1 wwww A V NX k GEORGE W. MCCULLEY, M.B A Registrar , Head of Department of Accounting ANN L. KIRVEN, B.A. Librarian LoYcE ADAMS, B.B.A. Assistant Registrar R. E. MAY Business Manager NINON YEAGER, M.A. Collage Secratary Instructor of English Pa gc' 23 MRS. GEORGIA XV. BERGEROA , Head of Dcpaftmem of An N: M.A. ,ww Edurution of Teaching A.x Ibm' 25 MEDDIE BICE, M.A. Home Economirs , J. D. BRAMLWTTE M,A, ,IL . f E , Ecluratron 1 1 2 f A if Jw - f f fx- 7.1, .5 ., f S. W. BASS, M.A. Pbysirs f fffA WW vim I Qs ,X if -Nr AN Am N E? , ,, ,, ,,, .ffffw X lx X ww f X I, ff fm Q' Wx 5Ay ff 1 WW ' 'iff 5757 , ,, ,K f 51 ,I 7 ,AU My , f A Head of Department I Am E EEA IX I ME 3 GRACE BAILEY, B.S. Education .l- I 415, MAMIE ELIZABETH BRQWN, M.A Education S -sk XY FKA gx A Ax XS Al X1 A A r RUSSELL j. Coox, M.S. if Agriculture' - Director of School VIRGINIA CAMPBELL, B.S. Physical Education MRS. MAY H. DICKENS, M.A. Hislory W. A. FRANCIS, M.A. Dosx-IA DOWDY, B.M. Music English '-lead of Department C. K. FRASER, M.S. Agriculture Pagv 2 DWIGHT N. GARRISON, M.A- Chemistry xg Rf 1 f - A Q ., , A CLARA W. GLASS, M.A. Business'Adrhinistrati0n i ,' , . 4,,., , t t .43 2 " ' Wi' SARA Lois GRIME, M.A. Geog rapby Head of Department CORINNE I'IAMlLL,B.L1, hfusir 2' MRS. PAULINE XV. JESTER,X1.A English Page 26 HELEN MARR HUNNICUTT, M.A. Spa nixll SY xr X is FY SN .XXX Q X 5 X SQ X X xx i 'X X XXX ey - N ELLEN Doucms MAY, M.A. English SNXX X .uns-. A. MCCALLUM, B.B.A. Physical Education Head of Department C. E. JEWETT, B.B.A. Pbyszcal Education J. R. MANNING, M.A. Business Administration Director of School Lraom Mc:N1ass, M.A Art Head of Department MARGARET NEELY, M.S. Home Economzcs Page 27 V gi.. 5 x L' QX . .Qs ' Q , Q . S . wi xv . Vg X M xr: 0 fwff. ,. I famf . M! fl f f ff , f 1 ,ff Aff f , CLYDE T: REED, M.A. Biology Head of Department K -. K. . 5. xifwx . . - .xgg-H xi..-i.. -'N..:' xy, X' fxg.-.X .R X T X : X1 f wx. -x 5 X xxx ,XQSX-E0 xx X X x xx ff f ff . -X - N y. '1 K-Rx j gif fl 5 . N... S Nw A W. R QW TX QT X X. .Q x . X E Q Q QS x X X X. X 5 N mix . 5-Q5 15-S P Q xy Xi ,SSX JENNIE L. SPLAW English X ximww QSXQG gf' if A A . A A l EAR Q , X ig A - wk N,M.A. XX wxxm JOHN F. SINCLAIR, M.A. Biology 'Q LEWIS J. SMITH, B.A. History JEFF D. SMITH, M.A. Ffentlo Head of Modern Foreign Language Department FRANK WARNER, B.A. Physical Education RALPH W. EMERSON, M.A. Engineering Page 39 Paso lin illiemuriam AMOS HASTINGS ENGLE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC 1925-32 A- man Whose life was generous, orderly, steady, and strong, Whose high standards have permeated our music department, to become the permanent heritage of South Texas. "We cannot say and we will not say That he is dead-he is just away, With a cheery sinile and a wave 0 f the hand He has wandered into an unknown land And left us dreaming how very fair I t needs rnust he, since- he lingers there. And you, oh you, who the wildest yearn For the old -time step and the glad return, Think of him faring, as dear In the love of there, as the love here 5 Think of him as the sanie, we say He is not dead-he is just away." . AMOS H. ENGLE TEXAS COLLEGE OF ARTS AND INDUSTRIES Words by MAMIE E. BROWN Music by MARIAN E. WOOD In the grand old State of Texas, In the Southland warm and fair, Where all is bright and sunny, And the breezes fan the air, There is our Alma Mater, The College We adore, Where we make our friends and lov e them As We've ne'er loved friends before. CHORUS O Texas A. and I., Your name we ever shall revere, For We love your campus verdant And your halls so full of cheer, We love your stately palm trees, And the Cloister close by, And there's none so dear, Though far or near, As Texas A. and I. In the forum Where We gather, For the songs We love to sing, Our voices rise up to the skies, And We make the Welkin ring, We sing of love and duty, Of dreams of marble halls, We repeat the chorus softly, And the echo gently falls, 1 5 4 i 4 CLASSES ,,.-f-'- I vs' if CLASS OFFICERS HATTIE BELL COLSTON Prcsid ent EDWARD O,BRIEN Vice-Presid ent ALINE SNELL Secreta ry-Treasurer EGGLESTON RAMEE Student Council Representative SPONSORS MR. MANNING Miss SPLAWN Miss BAUGH Miss ALEXANDER QHon0raryj M S E N , L f, ' 7' f U, ', ,,f f, , ,J , JMU, Wffffv-qfffw ,. 5 , , g- f f., fb , 7,52 ,ff QCV, XXV Q nn-Qgzyffwjfffw ' f ,off 1 132275, is HATTIE BELL COLSTON, President ' 'lb gn- DWIGHT AYRE5 Raymondville B.S., Eclurafion History August, 1932 Men's Glee Club '30, '31 Mixed Chorus '32 Mcn's Quartet '30, '31, '32 Student Council, Summer '31 Pre-Law Club '32 ALBERT H. AHRENS Kingsville B. S., ClJF!I1lSfVXl 8. I. Engineers 3l-'32 English Club '31.'32 Scholarship Society 131 u'l'n LAWRENCE ALLEN McAllen B.S., Agriculture notbnll '29, '30, ,311 Cnpnlin ,go 'tsketbnll '30, '31, Cnpmll' 31 l President Student Council, Summer '30 ie Club '.-9 1 v Q Treasurer Student Council '30,-31 4 A 7 y '30 '31 gg l A HARLAN H. BAKER San Benito B-A-1 Matln'rrraIi41v june, 1932 Glee Club '10-'31 B. S. U. '31, '32 Association '31, 132 GLADYS ISUQKSATH Dalton, Missouri B.B..-1. lxrcaiaurer Yzilley Club 'ZR-'20 :css Administration Club '29-'30 Scholarship Society' 'KOYSI Vice Prcaldent '51-'52 7 . . ttvxmxi.. C., N ,.f.,v-fx-C x- wwze-, N . ttkahffc.-X X X - mv---Af N X 'W QR-N X Estmffhx E rsh ts. X ft Q' X N xt sm, S.- 3 35 1 il s 555. L X 'iff ffy ,tm tw ' X Sax ALMA MAY CLARK Kingsville B.S., Home Economics English Club '29-'30 W. A. A. '30-'31 B. S. U. '29-'32 Kappa Omicron Phi '30-'32, Pres. '31-'32 Home Economics Club '31-'32 'QW MRS. R. J. Coox Kingsville B.S., Geography Scholarship Society '32 English Club '32 SIDDIE GRACE BLUDWORTH Kingsville B.S., Art August, 1932 Alpha Sigma '28-'32, Pres. '32- English Club '31-'32 Art League '31-'32 EMEE BERMING!-IAM Corpus Christi B.B.A. English Club '29, '30, '31, '32 Reporter '29-'30 Sec. '30-'31, Pres. '31-'32 Scholarship Society '31-'32 History Club '29, '30, 'Sl Reporter '30-'31 Press Club '30, '31, '32, Reporter South Texan '29-'30 Organizations Editor South' Texans '30-'31 Feature Editor South Texan '31-'32 Annual Staff '31, Associate Editor '32 Pep Squad '30, '31, '32 Kappa Phi '30, '31, '32 B. A. Club '29, '30, '31, '32 Reporter and Parliamentarian junior Class JEWELL Buncisss Taft Page' 3.7 'ff XGA 5- 3 f WILLIAM J. CONNER Kingsville B.S., Cbcnzisiry Press Club '29, 'gov '31 South Texan '29, '30, '31 El Rancho '31 CorresP0ndiY1g Secretary Scholar' ship Society '31 Secretary Freshman Class, Summer '29 .1 swam 'En time-K, I , Maajorurs CRAMER Pharr B.S., Education History Orchestra '30, '31, '32 Y. VV. C. A. '30 Scholarship Society '32 History Club '30, '31, '32 'Aww B. S. U. President '32, Vice-Pres. '30, '31 Secretary Junior Class ww 2... ESTHER CROSSLAND Raymondville B.S., Cbcmistry Classical Club '29-Y32 Biological Club '30-'32 Y. W. A. '30-'32, B. S. U. '29.'32 UNL' -IU HATTIE BELL COLSTON Kingsville B.A., English President Senior Class '32 President Delta Theta '30, '31 Girls' Glee Club '29, '30, '31 Accompanist Men's Glee Club '30 Scholarship Society '31, '32 English Club '32 Press Club '32 Society Editor South Texan '32 Secretary Delta Theta '29, '32 X L NV. T. Davis x San Augustine B.S., Eduraiion Biological Club '31-'32 History Club '31-'32 t 1f'2-.3 A L5 is Xu-' S'-0 SEX S XX . 1 X f X x Fug Y X is Q . xx X S X . MARIE GRAY Alice B.S., Education August, 1932 Glee Club '29-'30, '31-'32 Delta Theta '29-'30, '30-'31, '31-'32 History Club '29-'30 South Texan '31-'SZQ Press Club '31-'32 Pep Squad A30-'32 junior Class Reporter '31 FRANCES FAIR Kingsville B.B.A. Q Pep Squad '31-'32 we ,A- A- 799325 Treasurer 30-'315 President '32 El Rancho '32 Secretary Student Council 131 b B. A. Club '31-'32 Vice-President Junior Class '31 Vice-President Glfori-Us '32 Aggie Club '3l-'32 EDNA DUNCAN Kingsville B.B.A. x is B. A. Club '29, '30, '31 was 10? iwigifii. 5??5Ag3'qy2 A jxgv tm .t 5,7 X34 G. C. GILLETT Cadiz B.S., Matloematifs June, 1932 Scholarship Society Secretary '31-'32 PAUL Foncv Odem B.S., Education Music B. S. U. Council iviervs Glee Club '28, '30, '31 Male Qunrtette '30 String Quartette '28, 30, '31, '32 Orchestra '28, '30, '31, '32 Mixed Chorus '32 Manager Football Team '31 2 :QM 2, it A gmt Siem Page 37 5 . Ilf' IS WR ba V EMMY TOM GRAHAM Cameron B.A., Economics History Club '31, '32 English Club '31, '32 Scholarship Society '32 AY, fb, EUNICE HORNER Edinburg B.A., Education Pre-Law Club '32 OMA GRAHAM Cameron B.S., Eduralion Hirrory August, 1932 Mas. NELL WEST Hfmvgy Kingsville B.A., English Footlight Club Classical Club Mixed Chorus '31-'32 W las. PEYTON GLOVER Bishop B.S., Biology August, 1932 Men'S Clee Club '28-'29, '29-'30, '30-'31 Mixed Chorus '31-'32 Orchestra '28-'29, '29-'30, '30-'31 Pre-Medical Club '30-'31, Pres. '31-'32 "T" Association '31 3,8 'When-. X X .x ii CW Q Q Q xx Q X N C .rrrr C X FX Q. XT .XX X XF Q3 S CR XX X A X XX A Q XX X TS we Q. X 1 C GY XXX C 5 R X QCXUQ A X C SC 'X XX Q 0 B 4 ., sig 2? X .fl Xi. RN N XX -2 Q: 0 st, cts NX fl .ss x ...tfisgxxsw ss VKX R c .,.Q1xt-1 .c . 0 NSSQNWT'XW'f"WNWWi'2 5 sv N S' Riff 53' I- 2- yt .X X., Y Q 2 NV!" was tt isis Q 0 2 B Mas. Howfnw B. JOHNSON Corpus Christi B. A., English English Club Scholarship Society C15 we 2- LAURA LIGON Kingsville B.B.A. Business Administration Club Vice-President '31-'32 MARY E1.1zA11E'1'H KING Krngsville B.S., lftlllrwlion june, 1932 -'uphil Sigma '29, '50, 131 yy, Secretary '31 ' H Glef' Club '29, '10, '11, 'zz Pep Squad '30, '31, 132 Vice President Freshman Class '29 ,t I flllihvi ' W. C. MORRIS San Antonio B.S., Agriculfurz' "T" Assncintinn '29, '30, '31 '32, Sec-Treas. '30 Vice Pres. '31 B. S. U. '29, '30, '31, '32 ity, '31, '32, V-Pres. '32 Football '28, '29, '30, '31 Basketball '29, '10, '11, '32 Baseball '29, '30 Track '30-'32 javelina Association '23-'29 Aggie Club 129, 110. 111, '32, 11 Alpha Beta, Honorary Fratern- AMERICA JUDKINS Kingsville B.A., Engllsb 'Q c Qgeiz wi 3:4 7.452525- - fwf- N.. 2-f-:fx c ffl! mb' wx 1 PMN ,XWQH I 'a gc .10 ,Y ., ..,.-.,-, 1, . 'X - ' ,. . M.-Q.-...N ,ut.-sf-src-wwwN'-NWWNXSQTQ 5 4 4i""' Mns. A. Y. MCCALLUM Kingsville B.S., Education Art 5 june, 1932 . President Art League '3 !',32 SSX Scholarship Society '31- 32 Press Club '31-'32 Q Glee Club '30-'31 Honorary Sponsor PCP squadiifwf 130331, '31-'32 Art Editor El Rancho '31-'32 ts .ff i Ts. Bon MURCHISON Kingsville B.S., Biology August, 1932 History Club '29, '30, '32, Secretary '30 Biological Club '31-'32 W. A. A. '29-'30 Louise NEELEY Beeville B.A., English 'Alpha Sigma English Club Page 40 ED O'BRIEN Kingsville B.A., English El Rancho Bus. Mgr. '31, '32, Asst. Bus. Mgr. '30 E Student Council Vice-President '31, sec. '30 g Scholarship Society '32 History Club '29-'32 Pres. '30, Sec., Summer V-Pres. Senior Class '32 Press Club '29-'32 T. I. P. A. Pub. Mgr. B. S. U. Council '29-'32 Pres. '30, '31, U. Pres, '32, Secretary '29 - English Club '31, '32 President '31 B. A. Club '30-'32 South Texan Staff '29 533 WALTER MANNING Yoakum B.B.A. Secretary Freshman Class '29-'30 Secretary Sophomore Class, Summer '30 President junior Class, Summer '31 Men's Glee Club '30-'31 Track '29-'32, Captain '31 Dramatic Club '29-'32 B. A. Club '29-'32, President '31 Scholarship Society X SK 'il-x Sys. ,ss . ssl Q at ax, -. . Qs tw .tw ts., ass 5. X N 5 -5 sf x X. 5 tg f. A tx!-. . .R N . X . F5-X ww e5f15.Qsg.si . . ,,,. his ex ts- ' .vw as -Q X, X , , , RNA SY1.viA REKTORIK si Violet X B.S., Education Art june, 1932 Scholarship Society '31-'32 Art Editor El Rancho '29-'30 VV. A. A. '28-'32, Treasurer '31-'32 Art League '30-'31, '31-'32 History Club '29-'30 English Club '31-'32 Aggie Club '30-'31, Reporter '31-'32 5 Classical Club '29-'30 Tennis Club '30-'31, '32, r- 'A Yirfsbst I Secretary Treasurer '30-'31 Nueces County Club '29, '30, '31 wtwsss -- - S5203 sxx---wgxzwxw-gwsgiw' fag. X fsibxjjg t. . . - image X gt.. W. la' ROBERT EGGLESTON RAMEE Wichita Falls B.B.A. June, 1932 Football '30, '31 "T" Association '30-'31, '31-'32 B. A. Club '31-'32 Student Council '31-'32 Athletic Editor, El Rancho, '32 Scholarship Society '31-'32 ETHEL K. PORTER Kingsville B-A-. Economics ljlismry Club Scholarship Society, President ,pu- WALTER L. REED Bertram B.S., Education Pbysical Education june, 1932 Football '28, '29, '30, '31, Captain '31 Baseball '28, '29 "T" Association '28, '29, '30, '31, President '30 Footlight Club '28, '29, '30, '31 Aggie Club '28, '29, '30, '31 javelina Club '28 Vice-Pres. Junior Class '30 FRANCES E. POWERS Corpus Christi B.S., Education History W. A. A. '28-'29, '31-'32 History Club '27-'28, '28-'29 Pagg 41 Avls Dowls SMITH Alice B.S., Education Art En lish Club '29 Hiitory Club '30 W. A. A. '29 Ari League '31 mniigm Club '30 Clnssicnl Club '29 French Club '29 Km Raymondville B.B.A. june, l932 RFQ? Q53 Nei A A wif X Ni .C,.X x syx Nu X Ni, LEIGHTON SMITH f N ,xx S NX '-Qil X 5 bcholnrship Society 'il-'32 sgx' fleas. Student Cnuncil 'Sl-'32 '30, 'll '17 B. A. Club , , iff Student Council '30-'31 i l-" T" Association '29, '30, '31, '32 Basketball '29, ,zo Aggie Club '29, iso, -xl jnvelinzi Club '28, '29 ' 5 slygwx -X X. 2 my QNX C55 we i Classical Club '29-'30, 'il-'32 RW HYACIN111 W'n.LiAMsoN Corpus Christi B.A., Laiin VV. A. A. '30-'31, '31-'32 Pep Sund 'Sl Scholarship Society '31 al Q53 li 1 .i , -S I vii, Mas. BEULAH YORK Claremore, Okla. B.S., Education Hislory History club '31-'32 RUTH ALINE SNELL Kingsville H.B.A. B. A. Club '31, '32 English Club '30 Sec.-Trens. Senior Class '3l.'32 for-wi, YUM JA NE FIRNHABER WELLER Kingsville B.S., Education Music Pres. Girls' Glee Club '22 Scholarship Society '32 College Orchestra Soloist '32 Piano, Studio Club, '31-'32 English Club B. A. Club 'Nw PILAR SAENZ Laredo B.A., Spanish Scholarship Society '31-'32 x C. va. . ov" Pam BEECHER BAKER Beeville History Club '31 Pre-Law Club '3 New Q VXA S , Xw I-Irzmanm' J. WATSON Mathis B.S., Education August, 1931 History Club Class President, Summer, '27 Scholarship Society Vice-President, Summer '31 Student Council, Summer '30 PAY DEVu.B1ss Taft 'UQ 7 R,XLlWH SH12i.'roN Dripping Springs PETRA Lorenz. Kingsville NETTIE McMAsTEl1 Garden City B.S., Education ,ff Page 1,5 4 3 E 1 f 1' o I A 1 4' p-.. Cufuuons T. BLASINGAME Kingsville B.S. MARGARET MASTERSON O Laredo 5 " vgvm. S A. BERNIE E. BAILEY Houston B.S. ONE LEE CAMP Laredo B.A. 1'f1m' .au HAYWOOD H. HILL Robstown B.S., Education .x xX.xx xxx X W .XX X xy' Xx eq1xxX-XxXyQxQXQXXXX XX 5.-.f .XXX.Xy-X.X.X,X, .. . X X X XXX fixQX.pXXXQ1XQyXQSQAXXX X X. XXXXX X .X - X- XSRXSXXXQX Xa X X . Xml: X e .XX . .X if X. .- X X' in-Xlx iw? X-A HOWARD D. WESLEY San Benito B-A-, Spanish i Tennis, T. I. A, A, lrezis. English Club :gl-,32 Scholarship Society v31-,32 "T" Association '31.'32 O. B. WILKE Alice B.S. Scholarship Society '31-'32 Louis Weiss Waco B.S., Agriculture javelina Club '27-'28 "T" Association '27, '30, '32, Secretary-Trezlsurer '29-'30 Aggie Club '29-'30, Pres. '29, Sec. '30 B. S. U. '29, '30, '32, Vice-Pres. '30 President Student Body, Summer '29 Pwnc' 'H SENIOR WEEK THEATER PARTY - - - - - SUNRISE BREAKFAST ---- GARDEN PARTY given by JUNIOR CLASS - BACCALAUREATE SERMON CLASS DAY PROGRAM - COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES - - - RECEPTION given by FACULTY honoring SENIORS and PARENTS ---- May 17 May 18 May 20 May 22, May 23 May 23 May 23 7 1932 1932 1932 1932 1932 1932 1932 CLASS OFFICERS ROLLIN MAXWELL President DUB HARBLN Vice-President M. A. SMITH Secretary-Treasurer VIVIAN ERARD Student Council Representative SPONSORS MR. PORTER Miss MAY MR. L. J. SMITH JU e 3 4 5 M. N 1 X YW fwviul f TS .Jef ,ff if , . f V A..-Q w , , . V , V- - R,fm,,,.,. fr.-,QW . . 'VM ff Q ,ff fmww g,QM,,.q A . , - 5 ,ZJPGAW5 i, M, 3:14, gxw,',', ROLLIN MAXWELL, President NIO RS V, V L- 5 1 Y A A l PORTIA BARNHILL Kingsvillc 1 1 X w 11 if 3 fi gi 'T I QQ ,., L WD' ,I If P: 5 2 KERMIT BALLARD 2 Kingsville if il I V f f' CLARK BAKER San Benito l Q N I ! 4 1 N i , ,I S, s MARY BAKER - El Dorado, Ark. '55 .L 'Q J W PC1110 50 in T- L- ANTH I UR Klngsvillc 63" ""' xi- - ,.--A N-,., 7 , K f '- 7,5 .K M .M f' Q- 4 4 " ' Six f 'A'M'--.W xi- gr" 6'-I XVAYLAND BARROW Three Rivers FRANK BARNETT Kingsville Lois BATC HELDER Palacios Z Q NW' K INIARTHA C. DOUGLAS5 Russellvlllc, Ala. S GARLAND CAPEL Porccr ' za New 'MW fikfgx 8 Hnksc C Corp Ch HNN DEM Kings i , 1' ' - K .93 wx X 'Q S r 1 3 MILDRED HERMAN Pledger VIVIAN Euan Kingsville ,, WOODROW DAVIS Bishop X 4 1 . ,"N, xx .SN X Lg x.Qb,MW -L4 , Q, L. ..,, e W X MAYBELLE GLASGOW N f ' I .g 1 ff " N ff 9 B100m"'Sm if L " ' 6,421 iw' .. -:"f::i14:92ggsx' -,rw-f " , 2454-, ' 31:55 L gfyyq A V ' ,N H .1 4:3 if .1 A w nf gf 55 WZ EWQMQQ, ff, . Page 52 8'-S. Sv.. 1 4--W' X N. .-wkxk A ESTILL Fosnsrx Bishop PAULINE ELLIOTT Kenedy AN NETTE FROMME Kingsville AGNES Gmsscocx GRIMM Mercedes -wygy xx X L X N N W R SQ A X L S X E x X QQ X Q ily S X .Q N X A Q- x x X X A L N XX NAOBQI JOHNSON Bishop RAY JOHNSON Corpus Christi IWELBA HATTER Banquete .M. W. L. HARBIN Sinton 5 rl- Q Q.. NV X 'ZH ' ' in Q- .Qxy xx ,if -w. 1 X xx. 1 -i xxx '. N 1:41 X XX U X- L , Avi I . X QMM' A 2 X X ' h 1 ivy' ,www-M X ik' 1 XX XX 5,4 1 fv,wx,w 'K Xi. V- '- 'X' N? ,W J. B. KENNEY Poreet MARY L ALEEN Jomas Premont BRETT HARGROVE Woodsboro EUNICE JONES San Benikn Pam, EVELYN KIDD Kingsville IWYRTLE MCMASTER Garden City FLORENCE NIERMAN Page Kingsville .J Awww A Q IROLLIN N1AXWliI.L 5164 4, AA Whse-... 4 . 2 I A x , Q 64 Asif ffl! V I-Iearne , ,Rai 1:42 MA, I 4 X M' If I mai 22:-M 33 241' f f , If-1 WWE ,fy 'AK 4... ifW1fZf5f,,f,ff, ,,, 2 if VIRGINIA IWARTIN Kingsville ROBI-RT NICBRXDE PIQIIIIIIII JOHN KI-I I AM li0b5fKHVll ,ya l XCRTRX PI ll HruwIIsx'IllC 1 J Z 1 sX3X I XX? X, Q5 XX A L XX XX X . XX. XXX .. AM Y BELL SMITH L : XXX X . . if m mm. . . , ' X ' X K' HSSVIHC 'M I . wixxx -XLXXF XX L1-:X-XX QX-K,,.,,8 ,MWA V Q ,. X , N . W A I XQQQQ We X X , - 'fn 1 U I XQXXEX , Qs: I I X , . v .... l f X ,,., M.Xqw.Nf5gw 4 X5 , iii., I I A fm X X xg V 17,9 ' IW-If X XS 5 4 .X QZY4 . f fain? . we I , K xx 2 -XX: , ' ' 5 X , wfiibw I I -. G N KN S Q X, M Xxx X I ' XX N XL X X , Q N Q 2 3 f ' X M5 . fx N NX I -'f,- - 5 X A 5X X y AB WILSON sg' Q? Kingsville X X . X X. M. A. SMITI-I Wichita Falls X we I s MARTHA TAGGART Brownsville X LILAH Reeves X 1 ' X fri.'T.p,l-19.-,'S.,X'ifwf'Y" S-Kiwi Cotulla X 5 my Qfii EX s: mm, " gig . If . 1 1 ' SX . ., X Ing: ,X -CX 'X X .-95 , Y ? I ,, - 1. " A ak- 3 MARY Lou ROELLER Velasco MAe Wooo Donna ,egg is 457 . Nix-.n,.,,,.,, ,, W 1-1. SMITH Raymondvnlle Page 55 n 5 I ? I 5 2 1 ! 1 1 1 1 4 I 7 X I 4 4 I, I 1 l A ! I I 1 N K 4 'U ,gi 1 . SU' 4 4 1 5 4 Page .56 RW KAHLDEN ScoTT Kingsville Iii mum FOSTVR Kingsvillc 5 ii PAUL RIED Premont V mf XX I STAT! s Sx 011' Ncnshu lil R .IIIXJS LC. x Mx! f cf, ,f f ZW45. XX - -Q X X. .. ix Ni vi X Am xxkXS3QXwAsS I w 1 VIRGINIA KNUDSON "Slee p that 110 pain shall wake N ight that 110 1110111 shall hrealz Till joy shall overtake Her perfect peace." lin Hklvmnriam APRIL April is the messenger of God To tell ns that ours tears Are nselessg for when they are gone, We smile again And life goes on. ALICE SULLIVAN, '3 4. G60 AFTERMATH All day I sat, Trailing my fingers In a hlue-amher howl Filled with perfume. The perfume was sweet- I remembered again The time of its origin And dreamed wild dreams Of its end. That was today. Tonight I sit with a white cloth Vainly striving to remove The love-scent from my fingers. VIVIAN BRACKETT, '33 CLASS OFFICERS EDWIN HAUN Prc'xizfr'nf Q 1 WSI, BERNICE MANRY I Vic'c'-Presidwzf -- N Y 4 -2: Tre' JEWELL SHULTS Scfreiary-Trmzszrwr' MARY ETTA KLEBERG Sfudwzf Council Rf'f7Vl'SC,lIfllfil'L' SPONSORS MISS BROWN MISS MCNESS R. E. MAY SOPHGMORES Page 5.9 -7. ll 7 'z f U n, 1 5 ll Q L 'E ll li :R I ,I K 44 I ,Ar tyf V 11 QA 1. 5, I AZ A3 l l L lp 5 1 s l ll. w 1 J '1 1 s.-- CLIFTON ADAMS Kingsville . W, . , , mfg 4 SAM - A A . :An ,. 7, - .5 5 ' BER?HA ADAM McAllen I FRANK ALLEN McAllen MARGARET ABE1 Kingsville GRACE ALLEN McAllen MAMIE CLAY APPELBY Alice PERCY ADAMS Kingsville Q N 2 ? ...A f aapxwww' ' A A R NN? A Ni- . x . ,N EQ A S ? xv rx SEA A, Q 0, , 5 you-...X L. J. ARTHUR Kingsville Page so xx XY NAXX Eb ' Sf .hX N LENA BLALL Mathis KAY BALLARD Kingsville DALE BOGGAN Kingsville BILL BLAIR McAllen xg, 11 ffl A3909 'Vx ,S y.du.v-P' was MELBA BRUNDRETT Rockport x Q QM' in A HUBERT Bom Kingsville S1-:ELTON CATE Chapman Ranch X fav , t ' JAMES BUCK Kingsville Page 61 Lou Cnoss Kxngsvxlle VYRNON COUCH Aransas Pass ARNETT CLAMPITT Kmgsville ELVA jo CLAMPITT Kingsville ,355 "QF" www-g U BoNN1r Ln: CLARK K ,X Kmgsvxllc , ,. ,ff ,..,fJ f-yf2if.fJ"w23"f' , . 'I fr C44 f afljzfwf X X X . X X QR six A FXS QQ 550 S 5 X is .XXX ES f . Wx A X X XX X 5 QQ lou N MARK DlxoN Big FOO! A X 4 A s 9' E. xy'-M if .M-OV' EMERT CROCKER Rnvnera , l F' , Donis GW IN Kinbsville l -i .Z ll r l 1 ii l li E, i l 1 l I I 3 awk 1 Q . S I ll, i '1 ,l 1 4 l 1 X Cm X x Q f tg? l I Y jeans B. ELLIOTT i Wichita Falls A l 1 G UY Giussom Refugio 9 A 3 1 + ISABELLE GIVENS l Bloomington I Z ul is ii 1. ls le lf ll C. D. HIBLER ll! Marble Falls WSW W 1 I 1 I E i i l BERTIE HEINLEIN Bayside Joi-IN GILLETT Cadiz Nm Kingsville V Page 65 GLADYS HUN'l' Qxx XX N XQX XS if v, I Lyn! , , J 'in X! immm 559' 77' ,.f X F.,,...,.,,.W-,,.E. E rx. . . ' N Dgcx KEncHEv1Lx.E W I Pearsall I 4 E " ' i ' ff,E.,:f?N79i i fi -Q' i 5 , 2 f P" 5. 5 I 0. il W l V i , DoaoTHY MATHIS X ' Kingsville 4. i s W' ' 4 Q i .f fi Q EVELYN LOECKLE II 5, Kingsville H W i H ii i ii' L f sf a !4 3' ' f if il U' ii P, - L if , . T. W. NIOON 4 ' . Santa Rosa I i ill 3 if . 1 fu' ri Y W 1 I' i Q 1 1 i I. ii i , 4 Page 66 I l XS. FRANCES McC1uiLL Blanconia MARY ETTA KLEBERG Corpus Christi ANNIE FRANCES LE COMPTE Premont LONIE MOSES San Benito W Q mx V x ggi 1 N X . QQ--A XX 5 Xxmxxgxgw X :XNKQXXXXYQ .jg A XX X ..X- -A A iXxWNX..X.fz.-A 11A Avi -1 A A is gi 3 ETS N xx JOE D. MCCAULEY Oil City, La. SARAH Munir. Kingsville ETTA MARIE Moons Driscoll GEO,'M.MAY1-IELD El Campo af ' , ' 45 9 Z6 w :wp ,U , "MK ,yu P'-'itz 5:-pfgwalw BERNICE MANRY Kingsville ELIZABETH MCCUADY Beeville CLIFF MCCALL Wichita Falls 'W ' 1,4 x 5 Q if 8 M S6'm:','."fs1, I W,,,,f,.x,t Qi l 4 9 s it 9, QGQQQQQRQ nfl BERTHA MCCLAUGHERTY Bay City qi 'Q ,gi rg V fda? .f I 'a gc 6 JOSEPH P. PAINE Palacios ev FESXW sm X IN A QR 5 4 Q R 0 K .., Q R N - R N X vi ? R MARGARET NANCE Kingsville MARGARET NEELEY Beeville PATTY PERKINS Alice A WILLIAM PORTERFIELD Kingsville MAYME POWERS Corpus Chrisu MELBA PowIsR Laredo N Z Yffiw . ORVAL NANNX' Riviera Page U8 N Nix. X X X . A N N A AI. DouGI.As PETTIT Alice L L . L A DOLLIE MAE ROBBINS Riviera BILLIE MARIE ROBBINS Bishop CLIFFORD REID Alice 'hs O ',,,,, W IRENE ROE Kingsville NOEL REED Mission jol-IN ROGERS Kyote I es? 5 f Mlksnvw- W FRANKLIN REED Mission Page 69 n rm? i I Q I ,il I i l .gi yi I ii il it I I I. I I ii W l . i I. Q I 3 If Q , I 3 ti . i ' ii I I' In I ig il . 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S555 TES RTS f 'F gi 1 X N M SR XY X NNN wr CARY VOI,LMER Kingsville X WW X N' xx VVESTA TALLY Kingsville LOUISE WYATERS Sinton HERNDON VAUGHN Kingsville '34 S xiibuna-Av 'IQ-N ESTELLE Sxuuax-lor Pledge: ENRIQUETA VALLE ,,, .fwfr . fe ' L a redo DAN THOMPSON Robst own 53? 321 Eiilfliif MAUDIE WALKER Alice Page 71 9 I I I l I I I I I I I I II II I II Ia I II II ,I ,I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I In II ii II I BLRNIICE WINSLOW Rockport X A -nw. WWA SALLY WHIGHAM McAllen LOIS WILLIAMS Blanconia G. WARE WAssoN WinnHeld La x , .L s . QV' I Xwv Nqnwf-V W 9827 V 7 f wk If NR Ns -X VIRGINIA WRIGHT Kingsville RosE JANET WESTLAKE Kingsville R. H. WILRINS Oilton Page 72 SARA PAY XVIII'- Raymondwlle CLASS OFFICERS 1 RF R. TOM HENDERSON President B. J. PATRICK Vice-President HATTIE LORENZ Secretary JOE BROWN Representative Sfudent Council MARGARET SINCLAIR Reporter Y Lf' 4 5' I AQWQ, A 4 mzfffw M4535 A W4 5 ff , 23' 4 2 Qfwzym T' K' V 7, A: W 2 3. 5 .9 , :ly . , . A-A'2" H1253 I SPONSORS MRS. PAULINE JESTER C. E. "CALL, JEWETT FRESHMEN Page 73 ,- r H V i I 'I 6 ? tl , 5. i 1 S 5.49, 'Q-Q, QL PAULINE ALLAIRE Sinton EVELYN ADAMS Kingsville AMALIA MARGARITA AYALA Laredo M9715 vw- "' Page' 74, ABELINO E. AGUIRRE ALLENDE N. LEON Mexnco em LILLIAN ANTHONY Houston XXX A1 . - CLARA ANDERSON Louise EUGENIA ADAMS Kingsville MAURICE BARBER Kingsville no ffXpAp1XMgqQ:fs L so f Xwwx X vi 7:e,"" 'fn :NIARY GRACE BARNETT Kingsville KENNETH BALLARD Kingsville B. M. BENAVIDES Falfurrias ' -w!W,7GKm Q, 42 .W sw 7 'vw fa fi Aw 1 ., fu ,. ,,- f QQ if ef 1 I A 5 f Mei. JARO BLAHUTA LANNIE BARTLETT GLADYS BELL Asherton Page 75 'Z DOROTH Y BOROUC-HS Corpus Christi CARTER BOREN Alice RUTH BRow N Page Bishop GRACE BISHOP Bishop HARTFORD BOGGAN T Kingsville so of ' X 'fir-F ,S Q i N X... SARAH jo BRAMLETTE Kingsville HERb1AN BOROUGHS gm.. 95" Ntgpwpvfdl Corpus Christi 5 . Ri X r XKQX Nky NX s X S TX BERNICE BLASCHKE 76 Alice ,N UN ' liimummgllm SL'sAN BRoxx Nixc Corpus Christi CECIL BURNEY Bishop RODNEY BRENIMA N Robsrown kr-w 40" def,- r- 'fi ,j LUQILLE BROWNING Bishop JOE BROWN Mathis DICK BURRE Beeville DEE CHERRY Beeville gi. N Page' 77 i BII.I.II2 RUTH CHRISTENSON Riviera VIRGINIA COLE Kingsville HOWARD COOK Q ROBBII2 CONNER Kingsville K ALMA CARLSON Donna I-IORACE CONWAY Corpus Christi Kingsville Yfw ' ESPERANZA CJERVERA Laredo JOSEFA CUEVAS Laredo Page rs ' I. 4 MIA! ff 1 f 7 I Ni NWO N X X -.E-. Nmxgxw-1 f A NW-Q A. B. CROSS Bishop GEORGE DEVILBISS Taft FLYN N DENNIS Robstown qi SW -FV' at ff -I fix, H ,gi SELMA CRAWFORD Kinzsville N1-Q.. Nbr 'Qi'- VIVIAN DIETZ Kmgsvxlle if? 5 Nm I-IECTOR DE PENA San Diego ANNIE DRABEK Kingsville CLAYTON EPPERSON Kingsville X -A ,gm As -Q1 EIE . Fx, XN5-y x - WX FN . or Whlfv-N-.A K GI,ADX'S EBERT Alicc FRANCES FOURQUREAN Kingsville JANET ELIZABETH FOSTER Kingsville i 1 . GERTRUDI- Fuck Alice R081-. l.Il.I IA N F1fNNE1.1, I-lvcrgrcc11,I.n. ig QQNX CHARLIE FOSTER Kingsville GLENN P1zA1z1-111 Bigfoot MAX FIGUFROA MARIA Kingsville 1 Sa i . Pfbyf' Su X1 - - L GEORGE ANNA FULLINGIN Bay City KATHRYN GLASS Kingsville MARIA MAGDALENA GARCIA San Benito .3518 .ar-A wif" J. GORDON Kingsvillc . 4754 , ,ii in . f R-R,. rg my-A plus--1 ff, 45, I ' int, f 7. AURORA GARCIA Kingsville MARK GLASGOW Bloomington CARLOS GARCIA Alice nuff' KFWULS N ALDON GARMS Woodward Page 81 W' C K Q 63 if if "Z" OTTO HALL Nixon A EARL HARBES Wichita Falls ., m4..,,,.. MARGARET HoUsE Kingsville CATHLEEN HART Bishop K S xi . .A N ,N .L L Q , NW X S Ss R 5 xxx X X , is .. xkvffvy X A-fgxsprg., S: pw 5 xi! CHARLES GEORGE Kingsville PATSY RUTH HAMM Corpus Christi EARL HARDT Kingsville 1' LENA HALBERT Kmgsville ff is 9 +- -X -S 5 S E Q FQ N W Page 82 S' RR ' QQQAA XX A R- ww v sri LN, XLR, gx ktyxww . .L A X A RESNA X R I , X XXX Si X XX X X XX X Q FX 5 X I if IL sf. C OLA HAX'ES Mathis RUAH HUGHES Corpus Christi WVIOLA HUDDLESTO N Corpus Christi XX Q9 N X N K X 'UQ I X1 KXM1 Y- I 5X IQ , MX. X S X X Xvsm- Xs-I efMdm mmzZM m.ImMf 'VN HOMER HUFFMAN Kingsville 'Q Vi .aw , AV HA ZEL HANCOCK Mullen ww' MMW. .,,A.fXfX4XX,A.s,,sfX, 1 X W I A if ii 'LQ 644 SY? "F X ,sis N .. N . I 2 . LOLA HAYES Mathxs VIRGINIA HOWARD BIshop '-Ugg' V TOM HENDERSON El Campo I aut AJ A N V HATTIE LORENZ Kmgsville . FRANK JOSTES Skidmore ROGER LIGHTSEY Artesia Wells EDNA MAE KIMMELL Harlingen 'E DAVID LONGORIA Grulla Page 84 R. B. LADD Driscoll GLADYS LYNN Raymondville EARLEEN HOLLON Tviarlwit MILDRED MCMURREY Hebbronvnlle YN LQAs11i..fxssRfi X i A M x X QQ' f N K SX . X pw x 5 x QY r I ..: ..' ik ' . 'E X . r N f- x X ' " g .X x yikxx xxx . , . . 13 -x X X j f 25,0 X As K 4 3 . ug , 2 X X- X X L X , f f 2 v ,, , Q Z 'Nui Q ,X MGLS, 9 A QWMK 4 3 N, Z1 M .. Q 29 ., 4 MILDA MUENZLER Three Rivers BRUCE LEISTER Santa Ross, JOHN MCCLURE Kingsville GILBERT MCCLAN.-xx-IAN Kingsville ALMA MCGUILL Goliad BILLIE MESSER Robstown ,wx ESTHER MORIN San Bemto Page 85 yf P S.. .LN -N gk, SE yy 3 Xxx' L My-I-get 2' 'wr ,QL,4LR1:L.MN. JAMES NICHOLSON Premont I R NIA .Ro ...., I .. ff! FRANCES MCLEAN Page Houston LOUISE NOLAN Sahta Rosa EDWIN MARTIN Sulphur Rock, Arkansas 86' MARIE MILLER Bishop BETTY GAYLE MOORE Alice J. L, MASSEY, JR. Robstown OSCAR NEDBALEK Skidmore X r X5 E-is rx, QE QQ: ERMA OLSEN Corpus Christi HORACE OWINGS Devine MOZELLE POWELL Harlingen ETHEL EVE Nici-ioLsoN Kingsville XX x 'mg s ' xx" -v-,,. L. 3 S254 . XS 51.-grew,- C XXX .lb L 5 X 153 :X x A56 N , A . ANNA Louise NEELY Kmgsville MUMEL OLLRE Kmgsville Timm PETERSON OUISC EDWARD PREJEAN Kingsvill Page 87 L I L K R ' X Nia'-ii AURORA PEREZ Alice Nm, MAX ROSSER Riviera CAROLINE PENA Cotuiia AMELIA PEREZ R, -S L X 5 X 7 SRA .. . R N Page Alice 88 W. L. POWELL Harlingen HUGH PORTER Kingsville ALLEN DALE PEERY Wichita Falls MAYME PFLUGER Bishop X- XXQXXXXXXM M 1: eg .1 Q1 -KX X . wxw SNS -X X QXTSP XL.,L X X - X wx X X X X X NXXN X Xssx X N x X X QW by K Xi X . N1 WGN XXX XX X -XX XX RXTN-' -f XXXQ N - X X Q X X XQDN.. X QQ , ,yn X ms Bnn NICE Rom' Kingsville ALBERTHA Rzcurlzn E1 Campo ZONA RILEY Free: E ,jf ,gz- ' 93. 'Q if +292 247- 164 7 , ff A-, ,f , fn , ,f 4 , f JOSEPH RoBEn'rsoN Kmgsvxlle Q . , 5 -Q LIDA Ronnnrs Robstown H.-xzm. REESE Raymondville ALFoNso RAMIREZ Kingsville X ff J. Gus ROUNTREF Beevllle Page 89 fu? i A JACK RENERQ Brownwood i A P i r K 1 Q? I ii xl ll fi 1 4 i ln ,. FRANCES STEPHENSON Beeville MARY MARGARET 1 SINCLAIR if Kingsville l 5, N V Ri Eri,R HORTENSE SHANK5 '1 5: Beeville 3, 5, IRENE SKIPWORTH M Kingsville ll NR M 'I Q: 'i GEORGE ,A STEPHENSON Kingsville HOWARD SUTTLE 1 Mexia 9 w 4 ww A4 ww JEAN SINCLAIR Kingsville AI 'i if Page 90 l Aw ,4 X. X. or X Nw XNi 5 . Ni sg, Fi : X Q 5 si N1 ' A :gli N5 Louis SHAPER Goliad or S f S A ns. - s Xxx CX. L , A C MARGARETTE SHAFFER Corpus Christi EDITH SMITH Kingsville THOMAS SUTHERLAND Mathis IMOGENE TAGERT Robstown an Q HW Q X. LEONA SPLAWN Alamo JOE SHERERTZ Fort Mead, Fla. :QM if my INEZ SAGARINO Corpus Christi Page .91 XX X VIVI K P. N. TOUCHSTONE. Simon AN TaAN'r inzsville INA TAYLOR Leakey Bra-rrv WINSTON Page 92 NQWMK ' .av--'-' MARION TOWNSEND Kingsville Louiss UNDERWOOD Corpus Christi Miles EVELYN WALKER Kingsville PETRA VEGA Kingsville XX N. . X xX gg. Qi FQ-X S Q osx Sf SS TOM Yor 5 S111 Bemto XX XX ii SN X X N F -N X AN? ANGELINA HINOJOSA BENJIE WARD Corpus Christi LEONA WEISMAN Mission Laredo EUGENE YOUNG Kingsville LUPE GARZA Laredo DIEDRICH HAMFT Kingsville ANNA MAE HARDT Kingsville Page 93 , 5 x . ., 1' P1 :yas gx, , 535 .. 'iv sig E S i mb 11, . C. Q, MAXINE AGAN Corpus Christi ERLINE DUKE Kingsville LILLRA N HAGEIATY Tulsa, Okla. Page 9.4 iTSTYYTTt' - .' M .. X, xx, C . wk x Ni, A Cyp vm: X NA bf C XX.X C xL.,.. C X WU-R -XX . wxvxyx EDWARD GIBBS Kingsville -Q DREW MAYFIELD El Campo Y X Q xx, C. C. .6 ALPHA DORRAH junior Class Bishop 59 WINIFRED BEALL Alice PEARL CARDEN Rio Hondo x XCXQ C . M XAXW - . x X XWX KX xg 5 . X .C X Cv X Q A swf- Y S KSXXXS 1 . My XXX W-X if ff? i I i 4 I 1 B. j. PATRICK Kingsvillc HoRTENsE LANGSTON Francitas mm V 'WT .fl . , MXXX f ,-wg: ' fx x,.,,,.Q 'ax , NNN NELLIE DoDD Yoakum, ff' ANDREW EDWARDS Oakville Page 95 55 IJ 1, 4 'I 1. 5, i 1 17 if 15 1: 994-aff-Q? i H521 sfxif' AL 1'-' '-r A165 'r :gi is '1 I ,S i :ll H 5 2 ,, v i i I I 4 I W1 1 I I A 1 r 1 4 1 ., 11 s 1, 1, 1 I . 7 1 r 1? 4 1 1 1. I r I., 1 . 1 I '1 I 1 1 I , '1 1 1 , I 1 F11 11 ii 11 111 11 111 1, I z 1 I 1 .1 11 VV 'i 1. 1 1 31 '4 gi 1 i 4 4 I ' 1 4 A I ,1 1 1 11 4 11+ 1 1 1 1? 1 L. I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I K, 1 1 u 1 1 11 1 1 1 3 C1 il 11 E1 11' 1 1 1 .11 .13 .,....,... ,.7..-.---- Page 96 -.....,.,-. THE HUNT I sought for beauty, And found her after while In the roses in the sunshine, ' And the April of your smile. While a yellow honeysuckle vine Trembled in the rain I looked around for UglinCSS, But hunted all in vain. -ALICE SULLIVAN. BITTERBREAD Bitterbread is coarse and rough, , And sere and black and dryg Bitterhread is seasoned with The salt tears of the eye. But give to me my bitterbread To relish with my meat: I'd rather grow on bitterbread Than languish on the sweet! A -VIVIAN BRACKETT. A NIGHT ALONE Outside there are the moon and the stars With a white mist over them all. The wind sighs through the Cottonwood trees, And I hear the sound of the nightbird's call. 1 A night for dreams awaits me there, But I cannot dream in the night aloneg So I count the hours one by one, And lonely, wait 'til the night has flown. -EMMY ToM GRAHAM. I i HV. 131.11-fggfgft .' 'a H, " -H S'- ,I I I -1.4. .45 , ff 4 2 4' I mf' . fi , a 1 14 A 1" I ' K .. A .ws l - .je E .5 ' 1' ff. 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' Q Y .t. , nm: A M 82 Xl CRGANIZATICJN x L L E r r 1 i F L i P F F f I w V f I r I PUBLICATIONS EL RANCHO STAFF SOUTH TEXAN STAFF Page .97 F111 11. 1, 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 -1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 11 11 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 I1 11 1 1 1 1 ll 1 111 1 1 11 11 11 11 1 1 11 111 11 I .11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1' 1 I 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 -1 1. 11 111 1. 11 ,1 11 1 1 1' 1 1 1 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 EMEE BERMINGHAM 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 I l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 11 ,, 11 11 11 11 M H 11 11 11 1. 11 11 1. 11 Q1 Lou 11 Ckoss 1 1 1 111 11 11 11 I 11 11 11 11 1' 111 11 11 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 11 11 1 1 11 '11 '1 11 11 M 1, 1 1 EccLEsToN RAMEE 11 14- .1 11 1. 11 11 11 11 11 1 HYAc1NTH WILLIAMSON 11 1 1 1 1, Page 98 GARLAND CAPEL Edztor THE ANNUAL. I932 Q, nf: WM Jlft The purpose of a student annual is to make a moving picture of the life of the students of the college during a given year, which should contain many of the common- place persons and happenings incident to college life. In the analysis there are to be found clubs of various de- nominations in the academic, professional, social and sports divisions of the complex whole which comprises the college. These clubs have their dominant motives, efforts and successes mixed with the photographs of the outstanding students in these different departments in their gay or more serious moods. The characteristic habits, sayings and posings of the dif- ferent members of the faculty, as these may appear to the students, are intermingled with the life of the students. The original and independent efforts and achievements of the students in science, literature and art exhibit the quality of the work of the students in this important phase and field. Hence, the best that is produced in any phase of independent student activity should be caught by the reporter and made permanent in the book which we call the EI Rancho. Doubtless, there should be pictures of scenes of high- ways, hedges, plains, prairies, and of the hill country in which the institution is located. The material make-up, the more serious and deeper life of the institution, should be embellished by the artistic imaginations of the authors of this book. Friends of the institution, students and faculty alike, may lock back with pride upon the annuals that have hitherto been produced by the College of Arts and Industries running back to the years when it was known as the- South Texas State Teachers' College. The present year-bcok promises to go, over the top and become a fitting expression of the life that has been and now is. There is every promise that we shall have a great book. Those who have it in charge are la- boring with great persist- ence and skill. They are de- serving of the very earnest co oper ation which students and faculty are giving them. fTbis article was found in Dr. Cousins' dcskj MELBA MCCALLUM BERTHA ADAM XVILLIALT CONNER Josspl-I PAINE 1 1 111 HoRAcE OWINGS VIVIAN ERARD GEORGE WARE WAssoN . EDWARD O,BRIEN Business Manager ' EL RANCHO PERSONNEL OF STAFF ' GARLAND CAPEI. - - - Editor-in-Chief EMEE BERMING1-IAM - - Associate Editor EDWARD O,BRl'EN - - Business Manager , CECIL VIVIAN ERARD - Asst. Business Manager DORA BURNEY MRs. MELBA MCCALLUM - - Art Editor DIE-rz BERTI-IA ADAM - - Associate Art Editor JOSEPH P. PAINE - - Associate Art Editor FRANCES FAIR ---- Photographer GEORGE WARE WAssoN ----- Associate Photographer Lou CROSS - - Organization Editor HoRAcE OWTNGS - Advertising Manager CECIL BURNEY - Asst. Advertising Mgr. EGGLESTON RAMEE - - Athletic Editor HYAGINTI-I WILLIAMSON ----- Associate Sports Editor MARGARET ABEL - - - Literary Editor DORA DIETZ - - Staf Secretary WILLIAM CONNER - ' Feature Edifftf WAYLAND BARROW - - Cdknddf .EdiIf01' MARGARET ABEL WAYLAND BARROW FRANCES FAIR ., Page L99 HERSCHEL CUDD Editor EMEE Rom: SOUTH TEXAN THE SOUTH TEXAN, s t u d e n t newspaper of Texas A. 85 I., is a seven column, four page paper pub- lished four times a month by a student staff. The paper is strictly for the students and for the ad- vancement of the college. One of its major features has been a thor- ough treatment of sports. The publication is a member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association and has been entered in the association contest for the last two years. Last year it received hon- orable mention. The editor of the South Texan is se- lected by the student body, as is the associ- ate editor.The business manager is appointed by the Faculty Committee in conjunction with the editor. All other members of the staff are selected by the editor, subject to the approval of the South Texan Committee. Placed in the corridors of the Admin- istration Building each week, the paper has served as a bond to hold the student body together. Although mistakes of various kinds have crept into the publication, in general it has been creditable and has served as a sponsor of greater school spirit. It has been made possible through the cooperation of the students and the business men of Kingsville. VIVIAN JOHNSON Cizcu. BURNEY Hx THE SOUTH TEXA Puhllshed by the Students ot 'texas College of' Arts and Industries A E . U I , IGame Leavglnavelinas on Will Rogers Appears at Short Course Meeting M' Sligglxvrn glzgiiilohffiiregsell5EtS2Yl?i?3t2I2flalET1g,elIlfleberg and Montgomery.Present IBARNETT PRESENTS C,,,,,C2EiI?a,E1TlIIE,1,i,, 92? The Spenkefgfhe cmd DNF Opening Program of Short Course SPLENOMROGMM I Also LZ? lgggame Q ,vif2?1F,Eg?,'1,fQ?2'i,'? M,I555215I.isiafisefxfnsszelegaeiffiemtg Swings mtv mm PLANS tyttiohm mebeiiinzh Km 5.1 udge Gill Addresses Ill. BOYD, BOLOGNY A Q- Stl1d0IltS at Qhill-591 Mnjorityb ggturteenth t Through Ilgvitation of I 4, f M'S:e2T'e' I mm Dil hfiStll'l8SI 5 1, ER SQIAD Xl I' Sports Writer Corrects Statement IP C""ce3hf'.I-cgaghst Img I91g,lii:fE.5f32f:g by .I Made COTCBTD-if? Use of Ff0Shm8n!0U I Counters STUDENT QIQLARITY VOTEPQW student? visit Ffiggfg' I uNusu1g.3RocRAmlHf:lfgSTlllE P0pul?r '?iIE5i1YilleSJuRi0r Selectgdllly Iliarge I Constitution' gQvportlManhGg3:u3hg2E?:a3et inIAbie Coit Shia-lonors With Iligiilhl glose IiirghfzliognseleimnadlPlacgsinnbzhle II EICC U Thgigiggllisl in , ,Ei1'alBajlloting. 1- -, - TRIP T0 QN ANTONIO TRIP T0 COAST CITY T0 S,l.UbEN.fSI ALL COLIRE PICNIC I lStudent-Teacher? Inspect the Visit to DQ Will be - - ' ' IIIIIORINGI culsl sn siumamj "Wt: . of Us HUNURINGJAVE'-'NAS ' WL I 'if ' 5 IL. -Yigts ubJe.?jg,G-Qing?-e he Program fa?-Bccasion Is . , Rateig gfrcat Javelznas to Engage Cen tenary Genttelnen -HARBINANDCOXARE 111:53 ZIWVOEIEYZ Ln-9012 Javelinas Who Finish Yeer with Standing of 1000 Percent MADE HIMAPTAINS For S5355 'II 12.5150 --- ,-- :' , ' .:u:::.- ,-' far ms Sue-:ceq Sf-wh NOVEMHRSIQ CZIOTII EIiuia1IfffeIIRagirllefglfaigfffory POETIS CIIRNER PANLIKNGS - Robert Lee Bobbitt Heads Board of Direotors A' ffok S5205 tmfssfslfzfsandef arpxd cogfga MQQUTLQQK 50095Ms.isfttgggffgjivizzaaandt -. Y g e roun or -li . "L" SUCCEEDS KLEBERG Dr mrs f? 0 Off? Y ,Q its ' d,FOR H06 l932guocs T0 MEET TEXAS Is of Board! ' Cuifizaaflaatciied I Famous F"g"'e V""s C"'P"s CHAMPIONSHIP AGGIESMXT SEASUN ut grae of :gc Best ' I 'f mm S ' ' JAVELINA I DAIRY SHOW T0 BE I' H ASH I -' II,,....w. Iroorsliismwnns NLARGESU-HIS Ymi- . ITTY I POPULAR A.8zl.COED u'QIf5r 2I1dEniZfnIfaSIIiiady'JUOGES T0 OECIOE Allie' Cow avi-Y-liildfed Buck ' lncreaismg I I Are Iiiarried Thursday, A'al' Iliistory Clulzltest to EndI """"""""""""""""""""'4 , H223 V EPUNSURING EXHIBI-'zQ7i1'Gi5-1'22'rs!?fi6552. 5 aglggy :1g3',?5Q:,g:,,, QM S3f2iLf3f.1ST.,da,' UNT IISAN MARCUS Bows I , SUMESIEND SEASON IMMURDERINITHEREDI WMS ai T0 JAVEQNA SQUAD S I I WITH WINATALICEI BARN" IS PRESENTED I nvlcg I IEi'1,'s:.i.,iI:2s,,f,':s':,,1.E,'i?.,?"' TEXAS A. 8: I. BAND Aggiegance QSAH . Basin!-i'1Ta,52'i"2?I. M?-Y?-m'n,h"e0"'e ,I Im I VERUBOMISING, n.uS'1at QPL-, wtf. e 'S 'IDALLAS rmsmnc ETF ggws Dance Gitt-Q1 sy 1CONTRACTFOR THE simon momlsou QCOUNCIL APPROVES EDITOR AND YELL 'rl 'I'.I.A.A. IS REPORIEO3 S0f0f1tYM"?cSSI EL RAQQI-I0 IS LET ON CHAPEILIJROGRAMI LIST 0F LET-I-ER MEN 'F' ' -K QI VesperServ1ce th-, t m Engraving Hasllllusic Department Also Pre- l " CaPglsif:::,'1EX--L0 gfl0ldIJavdiI1IIfsIl! of A ' Suglday Afternognlsou Cbhiniigrfcfsxgoilihtire I sents ieggggrglusical iAlhl:.'.::-gi '?xggu,r!ilI,et- ' -f'v'Lg.4m' - Q - 454- S I' f Alpha glgtzlllgiilyflallct-II Igifxirlilluiszziay i? Premqfigigs 3?Il:gs"'ineI s'rEvErfZ5frewE1,DING L I P I-Iiznscl-IEL Cum: PRESS CLUB Under the able direction of the sponsors, Misses Alexander, Splawn, McNess, and Mrs. Jester, the A. 86 I. Press Club, during the past year, reached' new heights of activity. One of the oldest clubs of the institution, the body of the organization included the students of the staff of both'El Rancho and the South Texan. A number of important enter- prises engaged the energy of the Press Club. Prior to the state con- vention of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association, of which the local group is a member, the A. 8: I. Press Club sponsored a literary contest to secure representative material for the T.- I. P. A. judging. A large num- ber of contributions were received, and some excellent articles were se- lected. Kingsville merchants coop- erated in giving prizes for the local contest. Several delegates from A. 85 I. attended the meeting of the T. I. P. A., which was held this year at the North Texas State Teachers' Col- lege at Denton. Many suggestions for the work of the student publica- tions were received and are now be- ing applied to the South Texan and El Rancho. Social activities of the club included a trip to the faculty clubhouse at Flour Bluff, known as San Souci. The pilgrimage, an annual event, was pronounced a success-' ful one by the mem- bers. EMEE BERMINGHAM DORA DIETZ HUBERT Bow PRESS CLUB OFFICERS HORACE HOWARD ERSC OWINGS H HEL CUDD ROBERTS President HUBERT BOYD Viee President MARGARET NANCE Secretdry MARIE GRAY - Corresponding Secreta CECIL BURNEY Treasurer FRANCES MARGARET FAIR ABEI.. , PERCY CECIL ADAMS BURNEY Page 103 FLORENCE NIERMAN MRs. ETHEL K. PORTER BARTOW COUSINS SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY For the recognition and promo- tion of scholarship among its stu- dents, T. C. A. I. has an organized body, the Robert Bartow Cousins 1, . Q sk. . . " - 9-5iVsK'fi " -X :ig . A -X - 1 X sob. 5 'xo si it J N. sf Sig! ix R RX lj S xvwx X - it .K 1 - su ww, R S if , . is . . iq ALICE F' WIN N , f - . - l.fX, SS X Afs x-X ff? fv ffl? 'fix 6, . .. . if ki, .,i. . .X-if.i.x:O1 .Q it if.. . u S-fra S -S X YO' 'X Page 104 M L M RSZLJQU RCBERT CQIJZQIE EDWARD- Chapter of the Scholarship Societies LEIGHTOI, UBRIEN of the South. This general organi- SMITH zation was founded in 1922 by Dr. H. Y. Benedict of the University of Texas. The top or ranking tenth of the Junior and Senior classes is eli- gible for membership. No person is chosen for this society who does not have 'the full confidence of the faculty. Students consider it a high honor to merit this confidence- scholarship they achieve for them- selves. EiiiiErFiiNGHAM ISSISEEELL WLLLIAM CONNER EGGLESTON RAMEE .-4p 1 i y.-, . 5 ..p1 yst. f, A R ,,,,..X O. B. WILKE GLADYS BUCKSATH MRS. R. J. COOK lh'iELBA RICCALLUM KERMITT HERSCHEL CUDD BALLARD CFFICERS MRs. ETI-IEL K. PORTER - - - Pregidgnf GLADYS BUCKSATH - - Vice-President G. C. GILLETT ----- Secretary WILLIAM CONNER - Corresponding Spay b4AYBEI-,LE FLORENCE NIERMAN - - - Treasurer ALBERT HENRY AHRENS GLASGOW RUBY BOLEMAN ----- Reporter ACTIVE Albert H. Ahrens Kermit Ballard Lois E. Batchelder Emee Ida Bermingham Gladys Bucksath Hattie Bell Colston William J. Conner Mrs. R. J. Cook Marjorie Cramer Herschal Cudd Maybelle Glasgow Eunice Jones Mary L'Aleen Jones Mrs. Howard B. Johnscn Ruby Boleman Mrs. A.'Y. McCallum Walter Manning MEMBERS Mrs. Ethel K. Porter Robert Eggleston Ramee Sylvie Rektorik Mary Lou Roeller Emmy Tom Graham Edward O'Brien Pilar Saenz Leighton Smith Jane Weller Howard Wesley O. B. Wilke Hyacinth Vivian Williamson Mrs. Alice Winn G. C. Gillecr Florence Nierman Mary Louise Unangst GRADUATE MEMBERS MRS. H. B. JOHNSON HYACINTH WILLIAMSON Bernie E. Bailey Elah Medford Lois JANE BATCHELDER WELLER EMMY TOM 'RUBY BOLEMAN SYLVIE GRAHAM i"" REKTORIK L ALEEN JONES l PILAR SAENZ 'Page 105 MARY ETTA KLEBERG ROBERT J. KLEBERG HISTORY CLUB The Robert J. Kleberg History Club was organized in the first month of the life of the College, for the study of history in gen- eral, but especially for the study of unwritten history of South Texas. Another purpose of the club is to gather and preserve the evi- dences of the various phases of civilization of this part of the world. To further this idea a museum has been started, and many rare and valuable articles have been collected. The club accepts these articles either as gifts g or as loans. Fl ORENCE NURMAN IOSEPH PAINE LOLA HAYES MARGARET ABEL ea, -t as , r gat Q Xgxs psg - K D xx L ETHEL K. Ponrxzn S EARL I'lARDT EUNICE JONES MR.J.E.CoNNER H I ST O RY C L U B NOEL ANA Com REED During the present year the club, by offering a PET2 prize of one hundred dollars, secured an oil painting of the First Texas Army as it marched, October 13, 1835, under Stephen F. Austin's command, from Gon- zales to San Antonio. This picture was made possible by the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Kleberg. Z . .. ONA EMMY TOM The picture became the property of the History Club. RILEY GRAHAM Mrs. Stoner invited the History Club members as guests of honor to a program given March 16 by the citizens of Victoria. A side trip to old Fort St. Louis, the landing place of La Salle, was another interesting feature of the occasion. Louise Bon WATERS The real activities of the MURCHISON club came to a close with the banquet on April 21, History J S Club Day at the College. .. xg Bzrnucn Sroxrss MAE MELBA Power. EDWARD O BRIEN Ma LEWIS J SMITH BE RLAND CAPEL WOOD ULAH Yoiut Gnrraunn Eacx Mas. MAY I-I. DICKENS KATHRYN GLASS Page 10 7 NELLIE MAE Su'rH 111.41212 BERMINGHAM Mns Howno B EMMY Tom JOHNSON GRAHAM THE DORA K COUSINS ENGLISH CLUB The Dora K Cousins English Club is one of the oldest organiza- tions on the campus. It was or- ganized in 1926, and was named in honor of Mrs. Dora K. Cousins, wife of the President of the College. The Club adopted as its flower the bougainvillia, and as its motto: "Measure your mind's height by the shadow it casts." The aim of this club is to further the progress of its members in culture, in knowledge, and in en- joyment through the study of Eng- lish literature. EKLAND Louisa- UNDERwoon DoRoTHx' BOROUGHS ,Q - X LOU CROSS RUBY BOLEMAN GLADYS EBERT SARAH MIREI. MR W A FRANCIS The subject for th1s year s work was mod ern Amerlcan hterature, thls was chosen mn order to create ln the College a sp1r1t of ap precxatlon for the worthwhlle lxterary works of contemporary authors The outstandmg soclal events of the year were The annual Rambow Banquet, g1ven to the club by two of 1ts sponsors, Mr and Mrs W A Francls, and the graclous evenmgs entertalnment extended to the Robert J Kle berg Hnstory Club and the Dora K COUSIHS Engllsh Club, 1n joxnt meetmg, by Dr and Mrs R B Couslns, at the1r home SXDDIE GRACE BLUDWORTH OLA HAX'ES LOLA HAYES BERTS ANNIE DRABEK LIDA RO MARY ETTA KLEBERG Louis-E NEELEY MARGARET ABEL I-IATTIE BELL COLSTON Page 10.9 CLARK BAKER Secretary-Treasurer WALTER MANNING President iilzifm., BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION cLuB The Business Administration Club has two aims: First, to give the business administra- tion student majors an opportunity to know l each other and their instructors better. 'EVELYN WALKER Second, to bring these students in contact with actual business conditions through ad- dresses by representative business and profes- sional men of this section. FRANKLIN REED Reporter - VIRGINIA MARTIN BENJIE WARD ETTA MARIE MooRn UALEEN JONES ALINE SNELL EDNA Coon MYRTLE MCMASTER FRANK JOSTES VIVIAN ERARD Page 110 LONIE MOSES VIRGINIA WRIGHT LAURA LIGON Vice-President wx MELBA BRUNDRETT WAYLAND BARROW Evsm'N KJDD BERNICE Rouf Miss CLARA GLASS MR. J. R. MANNING The outstanding features ot the club this year included: EVELYN ANNIE DRABEIQ AB WILSON ' EVELYN ADAMS A social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. I-OECKI-F Manning. PROGRAMS "The Chamber of Commerce," by Mr. E. B. Erard. Safe Investmentsf' Present Day Banking." EMEE ,, h 1. ,, LEIGHTON BERMINGI-IAM T e Pub ic Accountant. SMITH "The High School Commercial Teacher." Business meetings which gave helpful sug- gestions-how to conduct business meetings. PATTY PERKINS FROMME VIRGINIA Couz ROGER LIGHTSEY ANNETTE .EDwARD.O BRIEN FRANCES FAIR LILLIAN ANTHONY gf, .,, MARION TOWNSEND IRENE bI1IPWoRTH EGGLESTON RAMEE Page 111 R. f KERMIT BALLARD TEXAS A ff I lnstltuted , ff "-,' - I ' Founded A T930 I 93 0 'f b i ENGINEERS "THE BUILDERSD ww' W 'Gil Z' A425 Q. , , ,M fi 5 Flower: Pink ROSS Colors: Blue and Gold A Motto: "Know that you may D0 E O F F I C E R S KERMIT BALLARD - - - - - ' P'p5id""f ROLLIN MAXWELL - - Vice-Prvsidmzt J. B. KENNEY - Secretary-Treasurer R. H. WILKINS - - Sc'rgc'anf-af-Arms , S P O N S O R S MR. R. L. PEURIFOY MR. A. W. STRAITON HONORARY MEMBERS DR. R. B. CoUs1Ns MR. A. L. KLEBERG k The Engineers of A. -86 I., under the direction of R. L. Peurifoy, founded the club nown as Texas A. 8C I. Engineers, on the twenty-fifth day of Septemberf1930' The purpose of this organization was two-fold: First, to stimulate and encourage advance- ment and co ' . -operation in the engineering professiong Second, to mix with work the s ice of l'f l ' ' ' ' ' P i 1 C, P HY, in the form of picnics, inspection tours, dances, intramural contests- SPe3k1I1g andgdebating, and regular meeting-night refreshments. Membership of the Club has already more th d bl I an ou ed, but new members are always welcome. The En mee h g rs are t e "builders" of ' d t , f f ' d h' , d f . b' er Texas College of Arts and Industries. m us ry 0 men S lp an O 1 lgg ROLLIN MAXWELL lf' is mi in- WF' -3 3 4 2 KG: '49 'I luv C N 5 B ' 5 lv 'ix ' I A A F 5 gil' ip' h 1 WTR' N SRX F? 5 'x 1'- l-. .A 9 As 3- 9 Q , l A A I i Aww 'PV'- First Row: Ahrens, Kay Ballard, Kenney, Prejean, Sutherland, K, Scott, Svrond Row: Barber, Boyd, Johnson, Porterfield, Stephenson, Vollmer. Tbird Row: Breniman, Cook. fz- 0 9 5 Pt' Fourth Row: Barnett, Dodillet, Kellam lv' f- Porter. j Fifth Row: Beckley, Davisson, McCall Q 0 P , , Rountree. ag sv . "r K 63 Q 4 N is 5 ' x X, Q X A l A 1 A Sixib Row: Maxwell, DeVilbiss. L L . . K 5? 1 6' f 3.1- .- lol BR ,- 9 Q... sf 7' 4X 'x Scz'cuflJ Row: Kenneth Ballard, Foster, McClanahan, S. Scott, Wilkins, Wasson. Eigblb Row: Kermit Ballard, Gordon, Owings, Klebefgs Sffaifonr PeUfif0Y' ..- 1 Q. Wes Page? 113 9' if 'WT as Lois WILL AMS MRS. NELL WES HARVEY HERMAN BOROUGHS HERNDON VAUGHN BETTIE WINSTON Page 11.5 T PAUL REID CLASSICAL CLUB The Classical Club is composed of students who wish to enlighten themselves along lines of French, Latin, Art, Geography, German and Spanish. It also serves to bring the students into closer social relationship. At its semi-- monthly meetings the members' of the club and their visitors enjoy interesting and instructive talks on things and places of immediate .interest by teachers and other speakers. HYACINTI-I WILLIAMSON JAMES NIcHoLsoN OFFICERS PAUL REID ------- - - President EsTI-IER CROSSLAND - - Vice-President HYACINTI-I WILLIAMSON - ---- Reporter Lois WILLIAMs ------- Secretary-Treasurer SPONSORS MAYME . 0 . PFLUGER Miss Mattie McLeod Miss Ninon Yeager Miss Lois Grime Miss Helen Hunnicutt Mr. Dwight Garrison Mr. jeff D. Smith JAMES Btrcx INEZ SAGARINO FLORENCE SMITH EDWIN MARTIN LE COMPTE ANNIE FRANCES MR. .IEEE D, SMITH X X iX'5'riS- ALMA MCGUILL I Y' l i. l 5 4 I l I I l l HERSCHEL Cuoo ROLLIN Mfxxwzu. ' XXX s 2 W t .SXT Nik s wxsxef Qs? Ks s X S5i5Q 3 ' if .sg 5:5 X QQ KERMIT BALLARD STUDENT COUNCIL The purpose of the Stu- dents' Council is to promote understanding, co-operation and fellowship, thus stimulat- ERARD ing a stronger college spirit EARY ETTA and insuring a greater college LEBERG of Arts and Industries. VIVIAN The Council has en- deavored to make the work of students and faculty more pleasant and profitable, to win for our college the esteem of the publicg to advocate the principles of good sportsman- ship in athletics, and to pre- sent to the student body the fact that A. 8l I. is, and al- ways shall be, their interested and watchful Alma Mater. EGGLESTON LEIGHTON RAMEE SMITH GARLAND , CAPEL Jos BnowN Page 11.5 MARGARET NANCE ROBBINS ESTILL Fosrn FOOTLIGHT CLUB The college has enjoyed a series of delightful features presented by the' Footlight Club. Those of especial in- terest Were a Christmas pageant "The Light of the Worldl' and the first act of "The Romancersf' The organization sponsors the one- act play contest for high schools in this district. The club consists of those students who meet twice each month to dis- cuss early, recent, and current drama, and those who are interested to ac- quire a more complete knowledge of play production, acting and dramatic art technique. The Footlight Club is under the direction of Miss Pecaut through whose leadership and co-operation its reputation is being established. OFFICERS Presiclmzl - - ESTILL FOSTER Vice-President - - V155-rA TALLY Secretary - - MILDRED BERGMAN Treasurer - - - EDWIN HAUN Reporter - HENRIETTA STEPHENSON EDWIN HAUN Qs: X we .9 s .xxisz . ,. lm X rt QA .QV si fx. SALLY XVHIG HAM sis: e SR war., li :r Sf r gags C X gil EVELYN Kms N5 Sis etzirkgg xr For F Doms Gw1N MMGARET House VESTA TALLY MEMBERS Clifton Adams Portia Barnhill Lena Bell Mildred Bergman Dick Burke Cecil Burney Robbie Conner Preston Doughty Estill Foster Doris Gwin Margaret House Patsy Ruth Hamm Pearl Hightower Ruah Hughes Edwin Haun Earleen Hollon Mrs. Nell Harvey Evelyn Kidd Robert McBryde Rollin Maxwell Margaret Nance Annie Louise Neely Douglas Pettit Allen Dale Perry Marie Robbins Noel Reed 'Frances Stephenson CECIL Jean Sinclair BURNEY Vesta Tally Rose Janet Westlake Sally Whigham Rose ,IA-NET WESTLAKE DOUGLAS PETT11' DICK BURKE EARLEEN HOLLON NOEL REED Romana CONNER PORTIA BAKNHILL Page 117 Lou CRoss JEAN SINCLAIR MAYME POWERS JOHNNIE MAE DEMAUR1 HOME ECCNOMICS CLUB The Texas A. SL I. Home Economics Club was first or- ganized October 19, 1931. It has been, since its organiza- tion, an active member of all home economic activities. The objects of this organi- zation are: 1. Personal development of individual girls-p e rs o n - ality. 2. To form a connecting link between the school and the home. 3. To develop an appreciation of the field of Home Eco- nomics. 4. To assist in the develop- ment of the Home Eco- nomics department. S. To co-operate with all or- ganizations and all activi- ties of the school. MARY MARGAREVT SINGLAIR ENRIQUETA VALLE CATHLEEN HART MARGARET PAULINE ALLATRE Page 118 Luc ILLE BROWNING MARGARET NEELEY ALMA CARLSON SARA FAY XVHEELER MARGARET NEELY The members of this club are Allaire, Pauline Bice, Miss CSp0nsorj Browning, Lucille Carlson, Alma Clampitt, Elva Jo Clark, Alma Mae Crawford, Selma Cross, Lou Dague, Zella DeMauri, Johnnie Mae Duke, Erline Fourqurean, Frances Foster, janet Hancock, Hazel Hart, Catherine Lilly, Faye McLean, Frances McNess, Miss QSponsorj Neely, Miss CSponsorj Neeley, Margaret Olson, Irma Petty, Alice Powers, Mamie Purdy, Dr. Reece, Hazel Richter, Albertha Sinclair, Mary Margaret Sinclair, Jean Valle, Harriet Waters, Louise Wheeler, Sara Faye FRANCES FOURQUREAN QRT LEHGUE 1 c,er'S ResLJenT malloc. me Co.. .mm Sponsor L.eoY'C4J MC H655 Vice .. pre-5. Henrcesna, Valle 5-guy-eTa,nj Bveuzrie Neinlelh lv-ea.-safer dose lm Paine ReP0.?re.f Benila adam p ,-.. 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QUMQSSS ,.ILen.f, 5 we v.eE'4 031f'Leff,Sr cffgiijnneiiiilijiyd Pv-oclwam-5 incl TSCLS dn The snmlrcl Hwe vo rams oleal wLxH'lsH1e,li.veS and WQWISS 0'F ProY'ni?,vrejflT a,r'ti.ST5 5-YEXOISJ JCHPOWL Flavia and FWEYCCO- lj b T lo w L e wt' ws een Yho5 Lv1TE3Y'e5TLnGj aidwaoww w5l'1LTe. hue L-GOICILLG LJOOJSTS of use YYIOST 5uCCe5S-Fu' LJQCLY' of exl1Lbi.T5 SLYICG uve conecie wa.5 founded. Page 121 MARGARET HOUSE GLEE CLUB MARY LOU BALLARD KOBBIE CONNER JANE FIRNHABER WELLER BERTHA MCCLAUGHERTY JOHNNIE MAE SARAH Jo DEMAUR1 BRAMLETTE MARIE ROBBINS Pam' 122 CLARYCE MYERS " 'ls I ALLENA COLLINS DORIS GWIN V VIVIAN DIETZ G L E E C L U B VIRGINIA MARTIN EVELYN ADAMS WILMA HERRING L-ANNIE BAKTLETT JEAN SINCLAJR L'ALEEN JONES I..,ALEEN JONES Pagr' 12-7 I "7 l I f A 1 I I w 1 1 A I P 4: f 4 .-1 I , 1, r I. A 1 q i Q 5 ll 'r l iv im' I ,in 'V 1 I 1 I r s if f 1 W 1 Tiff :fir l 44 'H ,9 i 1 W l p stst ps BAPTIST A STUDENTS UNION An organization dedicated to the I 'p happiness of youth, the joys of i Q friendship, and the building of per- i Qf sonal character. Q aims-.-., EDWARD MAR O'BRlEN CRM: d Vim' President Pres! ALMA MAE WALTER Cl-ARK MANNING Vice-President VfCe,p,.esidmt HORACE SAF-A JO OWINGS BRAMLETTE S 4: CLARA W. GLASS J' R' MANN1 Sflomor Sp onsor Paw 12.4 wi NS NQ N QR mx QR Rik SERS RN X fx W NS X X XENA-f X X A XX - Eel-:N 5. 1 A x.:fw1wiQRQ X mx ww x S WQQ , RX NY, ,RR X A ,, , .K X , W N 5 I A X A A , . Six X YQ Nl XXYBYXY X 5 yfsxl? -- A XV' .Rav A X 'X M Q AXA RUTH BEACHUM A 5 D Q QRS xbv ZELLA P' DAGUE F' RSQQQX xg. 2 X "A culfured nzinrl noi only R appraises jzzdiciously, but de- 2 ligbfs in things true, jusf, lowly, and b01101'aI9lc'." Q .X V PERCY MARGARET ADAMS ABEL E FRANKLIN No L REED REED MOZELLE POWELL EUGENIA ADAMS Payff 125 LAWRENCE SMITH President, Fall MAGGIE" CLUB The "Aggie" Club is an organiza- tion of stu.dents enrolled in the School of Agriculture. It cooperates in putting on the Annual Short Course held each November, and the Annual Vocational Judging Contests held in April. Also, the Livestock Judging Team from Texas A. 81 I. is sponsored by the club. Special fea- tures of the- Short Course were: a series of addresses by Dr. Montgom- ery, head of the Department of Eco- nomics, the University of Texas, and the appearance of Will Rogers, in person. The "Aggie" Club sponsors an- nually two dances for the pleasure of the members. The costumes for these dances are usually borrowed from near-by farmers. All decora- tions carry one back to the land of corn and cotton. Other social features are: pic- nics, and the "Annual Aggie Round- up", which is held at the Casa Ricardo. C K FRASER R, J. COOK Sponsor Sponsor FRANLES MAR FMR Oscfm NEDBALEK ROBERT Mctinvma President, Spring L SPONSORS Y OU B Prof R J cook ALLARD Prof C K Fraser Prof R W Emerson D J K Northway HONORARY MEMBERS Dr R B Couslns Mr Robert-I Kleberg Sr Mrs Al1ceG R Kleberg OFFICERS FALL SEMESTER Lawrence Smith Preszdent W1ll1am Morrls Vzce Presnlent JOE D Gerald Fry Secretary AIRAWRENCF LLEN MCCAULEY Robert McBryde Treasurer Bantz Dowxs Wzelder ofP1!chforlt SPRING SEMESTER Robert McBryde Preszdent Frank Allen Vice Presulent Mary Lou Ballard Secretary Sylvne Rektorxk Treaxurer Gerald Fry Wzelder of Pzfclafork I- J ARTHUR SYLVIE REKTORIK Alvruux Page 127 DEAN I 'vm YY' MARY Lou ROELLER ZELLA IDA DAGUE ROBERTS GLORI-US Glori-us was organized in November, 1931, by a group of girls interested in broaden- ing their cultural aspects of life by associating with girls in various lines of endeavor. As a result, character build- ing, creative living, and social development became the aims of the organization. G l a d Day-Wednesday, Love Day -Thursday, Open Day- Friday, Radiant Day-Satur- day, Influence Day-Sunday, Universe Day- M 0 n d a y , Service Day-Tuesday. WHIGHAM WOOD XNBP-""" MARY BERNI EVELYN CE WxNs1.ow Q .X ,1-WA X L, xr X fl I X In K k X -'gy 5 igsr I A X f'i55Ff3r:-'Nt RNA X L'AI.EEN JONES X Q Csxg -1-wr r M in Q xX NAOMI 3 I JOHNSON gr if jsjg 5 I I LENA V BEALL ISABELLE GIVENS RUBY BOLEMAN 1 ...N MAMXE BROWN MARIE ROBBINS BERTI-IA ADAM OFFICERS FALL SEMESTER Portia Barnhill PH'XizI'c'llf Frances Fair Virr-Prvxirfnif I.'Aleen Jones Srvwfary-Trf'a.v1n'r'r Lena Beall Librarian SPRING SEMESTER Mary Lou Roeller Prrsirfrnf Marie Robbins ' Virc'-Prvsidrfzt Martha Douglass S1'rr1'fary-Trrasurm' Sarah Mikel Librarian L'Alecn Jones Rvporfrr Mamie Elizabeth Brown Sfronxor Iilozwr: Morning Glory MELBA BRUNDRETT Colors: Purple and Wlmite FRANCES FAIR DORA DIETZ ,NlARGARET ABLL Payc' 129 VIRGINIA MARTIN GLADYS HUNT BERNICE HoLc1-ml: ALPHA SIGMA CLUB Organized September 24, 1927 Another successful year has been added to the annals of the Alpha Sigma Club. Each member has con- tributed a part which stimulated the growth of the oldest and one of the most active social clubs on the campus. The history of the Alpha Sigma Club started its course on Septem- ber 24, 1927, to promote the intel- JEWELL VIVIAN SHULTS ERARD lectual, moral, and social college life. Page 130 GRACE BAXLEY Colors: Lavender and Green Flower: Larkspur Sponsors Vila B. Hunt Grace Bailey Ellen Douglas May dex FRANCES Honorary Members QMY BELL MITH 32 'i STEM-uzNsoN Lorena Brown Maurine Hvistendahl Honorary Sponsor Lila Baugh rg 1. tt s . X 1 ELLEN Douctas MAY ' I - I ' f i f hh Xt X t 3 2 ff. ,, tiff ff ff 7 R555 ff MARY GRACE BARNETT MAUDIE BELL WALKER ELIZABETH MCCURDY it i' MARION JENKINS 4 I i I V 1 ai l I SIDDIE GRACE BLUDWORTI-I OFFICERS Siddie Grace Bludworth President Vivian Erard Vice-President Gladys Hunt Secretary Annette Fromme Treasurer Alpha Dorrah Reporter MEMBERS Siddie Grace Bludworth Alpha Dorrah Vivian Erard Annette Fromme Bernice Holchak Gladys Hunt Virginia Howard Marion Jenkins Mary Elizabeth King Virginia Martin Louise Neeley Margaret Neeley Frances Stevenson Betty Sturgis Amy Bell Smith Jewel Shults Maudie Bell Walker Nora Alice Webster PLEDGES Mary Grace Barnett Elizabeth McCurdy VIRGINIA HOWARD LOUISE NEELEY MARGARET NEELEY ANNETTE FROMME MARY EI.IzAnE1'I-I KING Page 1 MARY ETTA KLEBERG DELTA TH ETA Organized january 8, 1929 Colors: Green and Amber Flower: Sunburst Rose The Delta Theta brings to a close a year worthy of creditable praise. The girls in the club have lived up to their enviable reputation of past years by being leaders in the promo- tion of scholarship, personality, so- cial graces, and friendship among the girls in college. OFFICERS President - - - MARY ETTA KLEBERG Vice-President - JOHNNIE MAE DE MAURI Secretary - - - I-IATTIE BELL COLSTON Treasurer - - - - ELVA CLAMPITT Reporter - - MARIE GREY X prix iv! MARY MARGARET SINCLAIR JEAN SINCLAIK JOHNNIE MAE DEMAURI M E M B E R S Mary Lou Ballard Susan Browning Elva Clampitt Hattie Bell Colston Robbie Conner Johnnie Mae De Mauri Frances Fourqurean Marie Grey Doris Gwin Mary Etta Kleberg Dorothy Mathis Margaret Nance Anna Louise Neely Pattie Perkins Jean Sinclair Mary Margaret Sinclair Jean Thomas Sara Thomas SPONSORS Corinne Hamill Leora McNess Margaret Neely Mildred Pecaut FRANCES FOURQUREAN DOROTHY 21334-I,?T1 MATHIS LILA BAUGH PATTY PERKINS 45 ,sgff 63 I 5' 4 A S . Asgmwrav as ROBBIE CONNER ANNA LOUISE NEELY Page 133 Frances Stephenson Ruby Boleman Amy Bell Smith Johnnie M32 De Mauri Lena Beall Virginia Wright Margaret Nance Naomi Johnson PEP SQUAD In order to give a more unified support to college athletics, the A. 86 I. Pep Squad took organized form September, 1930. The entire group-limited to fifty-two selected girls- were identifiedat each game by their cheer support, clever stunt formations and attrac- tive blue and gold uniforms. Without a doubt, a part of the outstanding success of the College Athletics may be attributed to the support of the student body, led by the Pep Squad Lou Cross Emee Berming- am Sarah Mikel Francis Fair Evelyn Kidd Page 134 Frances McLean Marie Robbins Grace Allen Wil. Anna Louise Neely Margaret Neeley Hyacinth Williamson Virginia Martin Mary Lou Ballard Maudie Bell Walker N Q sq...-.M Mae Wood Melba Brundrert Evelyn Adams Mary Elizabeth King Melba MCC21lum Virginia Campbell Bernice Winslow Dora Dietz OFFICERS AMY BELL SMITH President Ifiatgvn JOHNNIE MAE DEMA15111 Frances en Ins Secretary and Treasurer Foufflufean SPONSORS Miss VIRGINIA CAMPBELL Berry Sturgis L'Alecn Jones Zella Dague Miss VILA B. HUNT MRS. MELBA MCCALLUM Honorary S ponsor Dorothy , Mathis Igiane Bernice-,Manry my Vivian Erard GladYS Hunt Doris Bernice Holchak Jewell Shults Mary Grace Gwin Barnett Dee Cherry ,,"'NQ5r+ Q ii Dick Burke D Elva Jo Clampitt Mildred Bergman Page JJ-5 n ' ,lin rx lx? " 'Iv I I ,, I II, :T fill In I 5' lg A l .Iii ,, I Hi? if ,f 44 IJ Y T I Iii it In , A NH ll Llf: ,. 1 I 4 I l I A li ll I , ,1 1 lie' A .ga IM , AM L Q ' . f i I ! " l Q- I i s I . all I I l I li l I u i Il l l 1 I I I i l n l 2 l 'I BEEcI-IER BAKER DWIGHT AYRES CHARLES HART EUNICE Page 136 I-IORNER EDWIN HAUN NOEL REED PRE-LAW CLUB The Pre-Law Club of the Texas College of Arts and Industries is taking its place among the major organizations of the institution. Be- cause of its capable leaders and strong constitution it has attracted many new members. The programs have been interesting and instruc- tive. The arguments and trials give promise of future lawyers of vigor and responsibility. Witli one year of experience the club promises to be one of the strongest organizations on the campus. WAYLAND HOMER BARROW HUFFMAN JOHN GILLETT N CARMEL DAVIS CECIL BURNEY r f X . w :gg N .. XX ' X 15 GARLAND CAPEL -..,,,,,i,,, I v I . . , , I-sv l X I . ' ' 'I X fn 1 JE 'fu I-' fl V 'xv I Il, M. . Il ,I E in al R F1-I I 54 I, J. In ll Il A. 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Mrs. Roxaerx: Kxeberg op Kihgvlxle. Found AN: Goll BA WAXK ad: L1 Baku Mlssmn LRBARQ RULW9 UN ,mlislorx VaMey Doorway- Lb Bama' , r FXOWXB in. AQTIVITKES - . 07" . Neko auxin, Nl - WN ve5 Q sw F 1 S'vaX-Zmxpgfk. ,vs--fa MH- Qfovxer Amd Mer Recefklovx Comrx-Qm.H:ee. E Vaknohc, Vvo ram Goliai Cfbkai-,c Park. 'ffke O Covwxe V Lckovln Fammm pa. QCOUXB se Fla ak Funnix? Park, W mu 'f X ff 2 uxfffn, , fXff!Af fn ' X, r X en Xwr M., gr ye K r rr xx x,g,q.v.mQ V.. X X you r ,Og-fn, - . , f Xw'q'X '1 Qiirv:-9-X 5- 5. A X X N X t x XX ,X fr v Qwrr ,sre+wgw,g ' ' 2 - r , M- . A . Am.. 'ffff f pfffff ,f 'WW , 70 I l , , ,f Duchess MARY ETTA IQLEBERG by appointment of Governor Ross S. Sterling to 1932 Mardi Gras. S r F E X X X xxrxt e Q f fm' .fir L Qs, sax. - . 2 - A bs Al? f l .,..,.., l,.: . . 2 Yr s? X C Q2 "3'ii:7?55- ,Wg Qikla fi' iss: , W X N .,x,,.. .1 ix STUDIO CLUB The Studio Club is composed of students of piano, voice and violin. Meetings usually take the form of afternoon teas, presided over by Miss Dosha Dowdy, instructor of piano, and Miss Corinne Hamill, instructor of violin, who have created an atmosphere in which the study and per- formance of the best in music becomes a joy and an inspiration. Programs given by the club are followed by comments on the per- formances and by discussions of other matters musical. Two individual recitals' have been given by Jane Firnhaber Weller, pianist, and Margaret House, violinist. The latter a junior recital and Mrs. Weller's the first senior recital to be given at the Texas College of Arts and Industries. Page 10 W . , -U .i 471- ... - - - v o A , . ,D ,C ,nn C nc. + sh ,IL , 1 i K' l Q 2 ix iigi il lm 5 a 51 I 11 V 1 E. l 'Ji 3, 1, ll 5 l' 5 ll 5 'Q l lvl a 2 i 11914 yllfa C UM? r l-E-5 1 ill ' itll r Mill ll! :Mil lQ!:ii iS Lille ,fill msg lil! nfl? ' P ,S J., +A, 311: il Lf ily ll' wil 1 e ...L wi lil: ti lil i ll 'i ,,e WE? ,135 it illl' ll lla! Qll' ilil' iff ml if H 1 x l l E lit l A 1 . . 1 'ti qi lp 111. ,pq ,. l I l will xl ,Ll ":. Zigi ss i, ., ,wc 4 si? l 11' li gn 1- M li 1 wil ,ln 5' 4 li li ia gi Qi W Q U r A V l ' I l 1 1 :1 ri 5. l ,M Lt. l 1' in il' ,I "I i lu il ' 14' ,iv lyk i. ll l E1 l A r 'E Puyv 168 4 .,,, , ,.,i,,,,mmm.f,1 i JANE FIRNHABER WELLER Pifmisfe Gave the following program when she was presented in the Hrst Senior piano recital to be given in the Texas College of Arts and Industries. Fantasia in C Minor - Polonaise in C Sharp Minor Valse in D-Flat Major - Etude in E Major - May Night - - The White Peacock - The Irish Washerwoman Sonata in G Minor - Presto PROGRAM Barb - C 110 jvi n - Chopin Pagauilzi-Liszt Palmg rm - Griffvs Lvo Sozwrlly Svb Il m fx n n ,l, l 4 i i N ' , I l iq l ,iii MARGARET HOUSE Violinist Presented in Freshman Recital. P R O G R A M Concerto No. 3 - - ---- Seitz Allegro Andante Cantabile Allegro vivace Tendresse - - - Drzlla Mazurka - - - Friml Pickaninnies l Log Cabin - - C!'C'iIB1ll'Il'ig1J Ghost Dance I Song of India - Rimsky-Korsnkoj P1-Chien - Mnrfilz-Krvislvr Rgndino - - Bcvtbovrn-Krcislcr Page 169 Page 170 C ORCHESTRA THE COLLEGE GRCHESTRA has been one of the major musical organiza- tions ever since the beginning of the College and appears each year on various college and civic programs. As a feature of its annual concert this spring, Jane Weller, a senior piano student, will play Mendelssohn's Concerto in G Minor, accompa- nied by the full orchestra. Miss Dosha Dowdy of the music faculty is the very able director of this organization. The College String Quartette has made a very definite place for itself in the College and the community during the four years of its existence. The personnel of this organization is: First Violin, Corinne Hamill, Second Violin, Paul Forgyg Viola, Mrs. L. A..Frittsg Violoncello, Mrs. Clyde Reed. The College Band und h bl d' , er t e a e irection of Mr. George McCulley, has rendered invaluable services at home athletic contests all during the year. This organization also accompanied the special train to Corpus Christi for the football game with Sul Ross. QX Nw N XXX X , . , . . Q - xii x ,Lx ' ,Q J 'L lf- '1,3".:L-3 P-sg:-N, ",g'f:,.5:Lf ixig vgli-'gk-rwNf,w..zQ:x . . N N NL- 1-' ix -, . finN-:ig-"R:am'-Mmei- 5 ' N H w : 'N . g , Q N N - . -:Q ff- x 5 :'- .. , . . i 71 , . - !1Qk5xX.k,X5X K V -V SXwoSisa X - X X - . X Xxx gx',4rkxxwxx-WX! X-Q A . x ' N - - k x x A Colonial 1111131 T H E S P I N E T pn-sr-nicd by Foofliglaf Club in celebration of Wasbinglonk bicentcnnial. THE LIGHT OF THE Wonw A Clarisfmas Pagvanl SAl7OllSOl'l'll by fbl' Foolliglvf Club. ' Page 171 ENGINEE. 9.5 Irysiaecx t0l'K A 5 obcigixob , 1327... 6- '09 uf 9' lv and pioiwc 'Num A d gel 1 51.0158 use-TH QTL: laeTfW0-YP" T-lie Q? vi.-Slow.. Odle ufxe. 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YDS, qxxerevxz- WORK ABCUT Tl-XE CAMPUS ., H .- .,,.., .,.,. .,., ' 'f-- -W ,,,, , ,. , M , :+: "fwfgs,::,, mu M ,AAA, Men Wk.: Work- avxcl Mem wks can-y CJK-1veKs Nxeotweu , 0'-nw Mowerv Q P 182 C KQV V mem L5 GUY AW tke. FX agvqke 0E.mm xx iQ1l5 LSUW CMOS SNES? ii -ilulcl be W Acme ia, CALENDAR SEPTEMBER H Registration days! The freshmen stand around in amazement trying to under- stand what it is all about. Classes begin. g Javelinas lose to Rice. "Rosebud" and Rogers victims to sunburned tonsils. More like it. Javelinas 38, Seguin Lutherans 0. OCTOBER Hogs beat Victoria Jaysees 38-0. Pre-Law Club organized. Javelinas win first T.I.A.A. game from San Marcos 7-0. Engineers sponsor first dance of the season. East Texas Lions defeated by A. 86 I. 7-6. Alfredo A. Guerra, Jr., of San Antonio, received 5100.00 award of R. J. Kle- berg History Club for Hrst picture of First Texas Army. Mrs. Kennedy, of Sarita, one of the judges. "Murder in the Red Barn." Special train to Corpus Christi. Miss Baugh lectures the girls on "How to Be a 'Perfect Lady."' Hogs beat Lobes, 19-0. NOVEMBER Annual Stock Show on Campus. Dr. Montgomery quietly mentioned a de- pression. fSeems we had heard of it beforej. Will Rogers, the "Homo gens Sapiensf' of Oklahoma, stops in for a few jokes. Mighty Sam Houston Bearkats fall be- fore Mightier Javelinas, 33-0. City of Kingsville and College grieved to learn of the death of our beloved professor, Mr. A. H. Engle. Armistice Day-believe it or not-NO CLASSES!!!!! Memorial Chapel for our friend and professor, Mr. Engle. Hogs smother Austin Lumberjacks 48-7, for fourth T.I.A.A. win. "T" Association sponsors Home-Coming Dance. Ex-students organize. A. 81 I. finishes season with 1000? in win column. David Barnett, world famous pianist, gives recital. Question: "Does the stu- dent body have culture?" Javelinas and Abie beat Schreiner 20-6. Thanksgiving Holidays. Freight trains crowded with homeward bound stu- dents. ' Dr. Purdy and Mrs. Dickens found rather "uncomfortable" quarters in the Kleberg County Hospital following a rail-spin on the South highway. "Dub," "Chesty," and "The Taft Terror," placed on All-T.I.A.A. team. Green-eyed shieks insist that Teel's at- tractions were suflicient without said addition. DECEMBER Rumor has it that the E1 Rancho Editor played hide-and-go-seek with the girls at the Pipkin House. Delta Thetais give first backward dance. A group of "popular" OJ men miss their first dance of the season. Mr. R. M. Kleberg resigns as chairman of A. 8L I. directors to cake seat in Con- gress. Robert Lee Bobbitt, of Laredo, selected to succeed him. Mary Etta Kleberg named Duchess of Texas to Mardi Gras at Galveston. "Congrats, Mariettylv Footlight Club presents Christmas Pageant, "The Light of the World," at First Baptist Church. Engle Vesper Service in Auditorium. All-College Picnic on Gridiron honor- ing Javelinas on the completion of their most successful season in school's his- tory. "Neighbor" Smith made a speech. Christmas Holidays. Mr. Cook has over-stuffed sofa feeling after the picnic. JANUARY Christmas Holidays over. Students all back. Basketball season officially begins. A. 86 I. win from Lobos, 35-333 34-23- "Willie Lou" Harbin and "Abie" Cox selected as Co-Captains for next sea- son's football team. Javelinas to meet Texas Aggies on Kyle Field next season. Pq ISJ 20-23 25 25 26 29 30 31 15-22 19-20 21 29 4-5 Page 18,4 Y CALENDAR-Confinued E Edition of South Texan dedicated to El Rancho. Good subject-Good paper. Final Exams. "A right answer turneth away zero." New Semester. Old faces are missing, new faces are everywhere. Misses Cousins and Alexander ,return fresh from the Orient and trip around the world with some inside dope on the real trouble between China and Japan. More or less appreciative audience en- tertained by Manhattan String Quartet. El Rancho dedicated after many ballots. Guess who???????? and Mildred are married. Bill Blair, Chesty, and Frank Allen rid themselves of all old shoes, and several pounds of Mrs. Smith's and Mrs. Frede's rice. Many Sophomore-Freshmen are offer- ing Friday Chapel rights for sale. Joe D. McCauley left at mid-term. Sadler gets a break, but Frances insists on try-outs. FEBRUARY Men's Chapel in Gym. Bill Blair led in singing "Sweet Adeline." Vivian Erard selected as "Sweetheart of Texas College of Arts and Industries." Students take cuts for a week to visit "Old Ironsides" at Corpus Christi- their own petition pulls the trick for at least one day of the time. Corpus Christi wins high school basket- ball championship. Mrs. I. W. Cousins, mother of our pres- ident, died at the age of 92, in her Fayetteville, Georgia, home. Dr. Cousins makes one of most appeal- ing addresses of his life in chapel. MARCH - Dr. Cousins ill enough to go to bed. Qnoonj Dr. Cousins carried to hospital in serious condition. Consulting physician called from San Antonio for Dr. Cousins. Very ill. Fam- ily called. 11:00 P. M. Died. Dr. -Cousins lay in state in president,s home. i Saturday-12:00-3:00 P. M. Guard of Honor of College men. 3:00 P. M. Dr, Cousins laid to rest from College, ac- cording to his oft expressed desire, be- fore a large number of friends and students. Dr. Nierman selected by the College Board of Directors to serve as Acting President. History Club takes annual field trip. Visits Victoria at the invitation of Mrs. Stoner. English Club has Memorial to Dr. Cousins. Footlight Club sponsors One-aCt play contest for surrounding high schools. Senior steak fry at Riviera Beach-Rain -no lights. Everybody's happy! APRIL All Fool's Day-Freshmen celebrate. Mrs. Bergeron readjusts the rocks of her "Spanish Garden." ,Smith-Hughes Aggie meet. "Willie" Conner expounds to Freshmen on the Einstein theory of relatives. Music Meet-we meet music land musiciansj instead of classes. Pop May discovers that the area of his bald spot is increasing. Ed O'Brien states that he loves baby girls-18 years of age preferred. Interscholastic League meet. Kappa Phi Home Coming. San Jacinto Day. We all Went to chapel for a good time. History Club threw another big one, in the form of the seventh annual ban- quet. Robert Lee Bobbit, president of our "Alma Mammy's" Board, was the Man of the Hour. The Dora K. Cousins English Club entertains at San Souci honoring Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Francis. Typing Contest for District Meet. MAY "C o r o n a t i o n" sponsored by "El Ranchof, The Sponsors, Misses Splawn, Alex- ander, Baugh, and Mr. Manning, enter- tain Seniors at the home of Miss Baugh. "El Rancho 1932" appears. Fountain pens pick up. ' Library fines due. Thirty cents collected to date. Baccalaureate Sermon. Senior Class Day Program. 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CONNELL Vice-Chairmen X r if .35 " .L fam, A A f N 'J Pam' 1.9.5 PJ 186 THE SOUTH TEXAN I ::::::::::::::irf.r::.f-4-:.v-.0-42:4-: V- Q-J-0-oiaNc::::::::-7:5 Dr. Cousins on Javelinas - From a very small ,beginning-several yearsago, the athletics of the College of .Arts and 'Indusries has grown to commanding proportions. Like all young or- ganizationstlfe sports division 'of the' college has had itsups and downs, its successesand failures. Through it all-the Athletic Council has pursued a steady course, learning by -experience where the difficulties and pit- falls are. The coaches have worked with remarkable skill and they have gained valuable experience through the .passing years. Th'e coaches have grown to meet fthe increasing necessitiesand have learned .how to select and 'to handle in the best way the best materials possible. ,The college has ,attracted and has produced young, menof the highest- athletic- ability and football il18'QIiliiiiY.7- We seem to have arrived at a commanding elevation in the world of sports. The best part about it all' 'that 'along -with increasing ability and the greatest .physical strength have grown-- mental 'and moral- characteristics which are the best results of football effort. Reports have come back to the-college from several -verytstrenuous 'combats that our young men have exhibited th'e finest quality of Sportsman-V ship, which is the ultimate resul-t and the finest 'ob- jective .in football practice and contacts. 'There 'is very evidence to believe that thepersonnel' of our young men, are worthy of the ,best traditions of ourown institution. While making a record which will be hard 'for future teams to match. at the same time they are creating traditions of college ethics' which may ,serve to guide future teams to the best possible endeavor toward growth in football ethics, and per- sonal contact. Out of the. unhappy circumstances that deprivedus of the honor of competing in final games, havecome moral victories which are 'being received by an sympa- tlretic public. We shall go into the next year's -sports with the best advertisement before ap sympathetic public thatany institution 'has ever had. We have 'quite la creditable pastand the prospect of a brilliant future. The college isproud-of its ' football team and the Rrgldent- shares enthusiastically in this creditable pri e. R. B. COUSINS, President - X E S .. XX.Xx My ff. Q,X In the issue of December 19, 19 X . . 31, of the South lexan, sys . asf- . Coach A. Y. McCa1lumi in a 1 p X , n open etter to the Editor, ex- si j NS -Qstfsfif pressed his appreciation of and confidence in his football team. Elsewhere in this annual is to be fou printed. nd this same letter re- We, the members of the varsity team, wish to express our appreciation for our coaches, and assure them of our whole- hearted belief in their ath our appreciation for their personal and inspirational manner of coaching-for their attentions to all our detailed needs- for their thoughtful advice when it was needed most, and theirspirited applause when praise was earned. letic program. We wish to express We wish to assure coaches McCallum and jewett that we, the members of the team, shall remember them and the 1931 football season as a pleasant and profitable period of our collegiate careers. The Sports Editor of the EL RANCHO wishes to refer the reader to another page in this volume whereon is an itemized A. Y, NICCALLUM record of the Javelina victory parade of 1931. Note in particu- Afblvlic Dirvcfol'-Hcarf Coach lar the 1000 per cent mark achieved by the squad against conference competition. This table tells its own story. With- out a well-rounded, efficient coaching staff a team is helpless. So, we contend that this extraordinary data reflects the ef- ficiency of our coaches. "Bud" McCallum directed the destinies of the Javelina cage squad without the assistance of Cal Jewett, who mentored the Freshman Quintet. Our gridiron successes were extended into this field where the Hogs scored a .625 percentage in the conference race, and the freshmen made the record of 1000 per cent. The historic a n n a l s o f Texas A. 85 I. athletic rela- tions received a welcome ad- dition this past season when C-EIJEWETT the first freshman football AS5iXta,,iC0,u-lg team played its first game mentored by the first fresh- man coach. Frank Warner, an'A. 86 I. graduate and a Javelina g r i d i r o n flash of other days, was this mentor. Under his coaching the fresh- men fought their way through a successful season of 1 FRANK WARNER . . Freshmen Courf? six games, suffering only one defeat. Page 187 Page 188 HEAD COACH BUD MCCALLUM The Javelinas this fall had a "will to Win," Or a "gOal', such as is .seldom seen in any team. At Commerce they put up the best exhibition that I have ever had the pleasure to witness. There they fought against almost unbelievable odds and the greatest of discour- agements to come from behind and win. Four times they fought and carried the ball the length of the field for touchdowns and four times were called back. Here I discovered for a certainty the real strength and character of the boys, and I was prouder Of them than I have ever been of any team. Not one-or two-but eleven men fighting to get the goal they were determined to reach. Surely there must have been something behind such determination and perseverance in the face of such diihculties. The students and faculty this year seem to have a greater school spirit than ever before. They have encouraged and backed the Javelinas in a splendid manner, and the boys at Commerce and in succeeding games Were merely showing their gratitude by giving their best. To me the Javelinas are the T. I. A. A. champions of 1931, and the student body and faculty are Champions in school spirit and loyalty. FRANK ALLEN LAWRFNCE ALLEN CLARK BAKER HARLAN BAKER VERNON COUCH ALBERT Cox JOHN MARK DIXON BANTZ DOWIS GERALD FRYE JOHN GILLETT H. D. GLAss, JR. GUY GRISSOM PEYTON GLOVER W. L. HARBIN CALVIN HIBLER MARTIN HODGKISS DICK KERCHEVILLE ROY KNEIP LLOYD LEE WALTER MANNING WILLIAM MORRIS JOE D MCCAULEY REED PARKER BASIL PHILLIBER EGGLESTON RAMEE WALTER REED ROBERT RICH JOHN ROGERS MORRIS ROPER CLIFFORD SADLER W. H. SMITH LAWRENCE SMITHA LEIGHTON SMITH M. A. SMITH HARMAN TEEL HOWARD WESLEY M. L. WILLIAMS BUD MCCALLUM. ONE THOUSAND PER c ENT T. I. A. A. STANDING TSVN-ifMWS'Wi"1',s:ww-wa - -.W-.... . . . . .... ....- ..... -e .... .... -- . A Top Row Left to right- Jewett, Coach, Harlan, Moon, Kneip, Teel, Parker, Philliber, Hutchison. Rogers, Ike Smith, McCallum, Head Coach. Middle Row: Fry, Kercheville, McCauley, F. Allen, Hibler, Morris, Ramee, Grissom, Rich, Harrison. Bollom Roux: Cox, L. Allen, Couch, Roper, Reed, Captain, M. A. Smith, Lee, Hodgkiss, Harbin. l93I VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE September 19 September 26 October 3 October 10 October 17 October 31 November 7 November 14 November 21 'aver ZVC 'ave- ZVC QVC 3VC ZVC ZVC fave A. inas inas inas inas inas inas inas -inas Qinas Rice - - Seguin Lutheran - Victoria Jr. College - 7 Southwest T. S. T. C. - East Texas Sul Ross - Sam Houston Stephen F. Austin - Schreiner - Page' 189 ALBERT COX Half and C0-Captain-Elect "Abie" landed on almost all T, I. A. A. selections as a reward for his season's work. His generalship in calling signals, coupled with his record of ,second in scoring, placed him as one of the outstanding backs of the state. He was a past-master in the art of returning punts. WALTER REED Quarter and Captain Satch led the Hogs to victory through the most hectic program of our football history. He receives his sheepskin this spring and leaves the gridiron with ma.ny regrets, but with a feeling of pride. W. L. HARBIN Half and C0-Captain-Elect "The greatest back in the confer- ence", to quote every sports writer, is a mild way of saying that the Hog star was a phenomenon in his ball toting and punting. He was picked as an All-T. I. A. A. halfback by every scribe. Page 190 NVILLIAM RIORRIS, Emi-Playing his first year as wingman, "Red", who is lost to the squad next year by graduation, adapted himself whole-heartedly to the new possibilities and handled the im- portant post in the fashion of a veteran. M. A. SMITH, Guard-Returning to the po- sition of high school enzleavorers, "M showed all concerned that he could play guard the way it should be played. was a past-master at the kick for extra 'pointg his toe won the game with the East Texas Lions, besides adding many its in other contests EGGLESTON RAMEE, Guard-One of the hardest men to replace next year will be ESSleSt0n, who entered the Hall of Foot- ball Fame when he intercepted a pass in the Sul Ross game, raced forty-two yards foi 3 counters and then kicked for extra point. - GAMES OF I93I ARE BRIEFLY DESCRIBED WITH RICE The Javelinas started the season with a defeat suf- fered at the,hands of the Rice Institute Owls in a game at Houston on September 19. The strong South- western Conference team defeated the Javelinas 37 to 0, but the score was not indicative of the strength that the Hogs showed. The Owls only made a few more downs than did the Hogs. In all, it was a good showing for the Kingsville team. WITH SEGUIN The slaughter of the Hog opponents started with a 38 to 0 victorv over the Seguin Bull Dogs at Kxngsville Se tember I26. Cox was star of the game, running on p up most of the points. Couch and Harbin also showed up well. Grissomiscored one touchdown. Teel scored on a reverse play, Rich made one counter, and "AbIe" Cox ' d ff the rest of the touchdowns of the day. carrie o The Hogs made 15 first downs to 0 by the Bull Dogs. Pa gc' 101 FRANK ALLEN, Half-Frank was the Jave- lina passing threat. He whipped the oval through the air on many occaSi0nS for needful and important gains. LAWRENCE ALLEN, Center-"Chesty" proved that he was the best center in the conference this year. He was a unanimous selection for All-T". I. A. A. pivot man. His wonderful ability in stopping line plays and breaking up forward passes made him indispensable to the defensive structure of the squad. "wwe WITH SAN MARCOS The first upset of the season came when the Javelinas defeated the strong San Marcos Bobcats here October 10, by the score of 6 to 0. The touchdown of the game came when Dub Harbin, now All-T. I. A. A. half, broke through the right side of the line and sprinted 80 yards with a San Marcos man at his heels. The run was the thrill of the season, and no ardent fan will take 3550.00 for the memory of that beautiful play. Cox also showed up well with twisting line plunges. Beautiful, quick punts by Harbin were also a feature of the game. arcos gave the Javelinas their The defeat of San M first step in conference competition. Page 1.92 VERNON Couci-I, Full-"Heavy" Couch was a ramrod at the center of the line and was effective on the receiving end of lat- eral passes, through which medium he made several touchdowns. WITH VICTGRIA The score of 38 to 0 seemed to hold a charm for the Javelinas for .they again settled the overwhelming stigma xt ssc. Q upon an opposing team when they defeated the Victoria Jaysees. Harbin was the star of the day, making several long runs, and punting beautifully. The noteworthy fact of the game was that the Javelinas made 19 fifst downs to 0 by the Jaysees. Grissom, Philliber, H3ffi50n and Couch, accounted for one touchdown each, While Harbin scored the other two. 1 Guy. Giussoiwi, Full-Grissom was one of 3 ragg . C to pair of deadly offensive fullbacks who QQ enabled the javelinas to prance throu h all conference opponents for a 1000 pit cent mark. MARTIN Hon YKSQ bined GKISS' Tackle'-"Monk" c 3 Stfon . Oni suPCl'b defensise fgiffglve sygegl with a self ' In an uilt h' into one of the most Va ,fm men on the squad - 'nes Q 1 4, OQQXQ -. 4 X l GERQU-D FRY, Guard-Fry combined brawn with keen desire and made of himself a Smart' de3dlY linesman. His hard tackling was particularly resourceful and his temclfb' made him invaluable. s I if ' get ef-.. ,wgfx Ye: ,V .Q N' l EAST TEXAS l The closest game of the year for the Javelinas was that with the East Texas Lions in HP Commerce. The Hogs managed to come out on the heavy end of the almost balanced score of 7 to 6. The extra point by "Ma" Smith won the game for the Hogs. Grissom 3 scored the touchdown that enabled the Hogs to be in the running. The contest was not as close as the score indicates, for the Hogs had the game easily -in every way except the breaks. Cox and Harbin again starred. Cox returned 7 punts for a total of 121 yards, and Harbin carried the ball from the scrimmage line 23 times for a total of Q 109 yards. l 1 I Page 193 CALVIN Hrnuan, Tackle-The fact that Hibler held down the tackle position R ov KNEIP, End-Roy held down the end position on the Hog eleven in a of the victorious Javelina squad of 1931, is proof enough that he knew fashion befitting the victorious march of the Javelinas through their 1931 his duties and performed them well. season. In offensive blocking and in covering punts he was supreme. ' 'Une' DICK KERCHEVILLE, Quarlerback-AL though playing in a,position that carried with it few honors, Dick was, an important cog in the javelina ma- chine. His blocking and tackling was effective and well timed Page SUL ROSS The javelinas took an easy game from the Sul Ross Lobo's in Corpus Christi on October 21, the scorebeing 19 to 0. Teel, Cox, and Ramee, scored the 'three touchdowns, and Ramee converted for the extra point. The work of Teel in the game won him recognition that probably later led to his being se- lected All-T. I. A. A. Ramee also did well for a guard, making seven of the points. The score by Ramee came when .he intercepted a pass and carried the ball 40 yards. The Sul Ross game was interdivisionalg hence it did not count on the conference record. 194 SAM HOUSTON The conference champions last year were the next victims of the ferocious Hogs. Couch, Grissom, Cox and Grissom all starred in the game against the Sam Houston Bearkats, helping to defeat the Huntsville team 33' to 0 in another big upset. It was in a night game on November 6 that the Hogs thoroughly sub- dued the Kats and further advanced the cause toward an unblemished record. Victory over the Bearkats brought the Javelinas recognition, and it inspired in the students more enthusiasm than had been mani- fested before. ' BASIL PHILLIBER, T-lalf-"Alvin" alter, nated at the signal-calling position and Performed his duties in a com- mendable manner. His off-tackle was a perpetual terror to the opposing thrusts were es ' ll E passers and was a valuable blocker. LLOYD LEE, Tackle-"Cuz" Lee was one of the best tackles on the squad. He pecia y e ective. jon D. MCCAULEY, Guard-Offensively, Joedy" let it be known that he was like the javelina squad-a winner! He showed up especially well in the Sul Ross and Schreiner games. 'T STEPHEN F. AUSTIN The final conference contest of the year was that with the Stephen F. Austin Lumber- jacks on the Kingsville field November 14. The entire Javelina squad was used in the game, which ended with the score 48 to 6. Teel scored three of the touchdowns. on reverse plays and short passes. Couch scored the first touchdown of the game. Rich, Kneip, and Morris scored one touchdown each. The Lumberjacks were completely outclassed in the contest, for they made onlyif first downs while the Hogs were chalking up 24. The first downs were made while second string Pigs were in the ,line-up. Page 1115 l 1 Ei 1 f II , A , . ,111 Ii! 's ,11 I gl I . L X I I 1 I .11 1 I 3 ,11 I1lI1 1 IQ1 1 1 , 1 II. I11 EW ,111 I1 I .111 I u 1 5.1 N 1 I 1 1 1 QJI I .-, I11I 11g 1, "II 1 11, 511 4 .51 W1 21 'fi II II I1 1 I 1 1 I I I I 1 , ii 1I I 'I II I I 1 I - il II! 1' ily 11I VI 1. I, I ' I I 11 I 11 1Ii' 1I1 M omus Roman, Tackle-Returning as an ineligible to the javelina squad after sev- eral years' absence, Roper, while playing in the non-conference games, showed the fans the same fighting qualities for which he was already well known. ROBERT Rlci-1, End The Mighty Rich did not disappoint the sport scribes when they prophesied a successful season for him on the Hogs' left wing. "The Mighty" developed and proudly put into practice a sweeping sidesteo that proved valuable. HARMON TEEL, End-Harmon cashed,in on every opportunity to score on P35555 and end-around plays and did it so thor- oughly that he gained recognition as the greatest offensive end in the conference. With this fame Went an All-T. I. A, A berth. S C H R E l N E R The final game of the season was with Schreiner of the Javelinas. the touchdowns with the teams in a scoreless tie. The mud Chesty Allen on the basketball team. Allen 1'am1 1911 On a muddy field the Hogs defeated Mountaineers, traditional enemies the Mountaineers 20 to 6. All of made by the Hogs were scored b C , T y ox he first half of the game ended dy field cost the Javelinas the services of was injured early in the game, as was Harbin. X' RESERVES I-IUTCHISON 5 QQ QQ x. . I E XXX Xxx GLASS N E HARRISON ROGERS HARLAN IKE SMITH MOON Page 1.97 I I I I I I I I II I ......1.:. . i I I s I I I I I I I I I I I I IQ I I, II I1 I I II ,I I I I I I I I. 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Back Row: Left to right-Sadler, Dixon, Glass, Davis, Morris, Rogers Front Row: Harlan, Kneip, Smith, Adams, Rich VARSITY BASKETBALL I932 December 15 Javelinas December 16 Javelinas January 4 Javelinas January 7 Javelinas January 8 Javelinas January 14 Javelinas January 15 Javelinas January 18 Javelinas January 19 Javelinas January 26 Javelinas January 27 Javelinas February 1 Javelinas February 2 Javelinas February 3 Javelinas February 4 Javelinas February 12 Javelinas February 13 Javelinas February 16 Javelinas February 17 Javelinas February 25 Javelinas February 26 Javelinas February 27 Javelinas - - 30 TOTAL - - 7 31 Season's T. I. A. A. Percentage - - Third in Conference Standing. Texas Chiropractors' College Texas Chiropractors' College Corpus Christi Baptist - - - Sul Ross ---- Sul Ross ---- McMurray - - - McMurray ----- Abilene Christian College - - Abilene Christian College - - Daniel Baker ---- Daniel Baker ---- Sam Houston - Sam Houston - - Stephen F. Austin - Stephen F. Austin - Schreiner - - - Schreiner - - Schreiner - Schreiner - - - - Circulo CMonterreyJ - Circulo CMonterreyJ - Circulo fMonterreyJ - OPPONENTS - - 720 Page 109 I. .w w N, 0' .,, if X fr n 2? L 4 if x . s w A A ix ,x .i l 1 I . f 11 f 1 .ax 1 N l Ll l ..a ff!! .L 5 u .w 11. gn .pil I il is f 5 I v l I 1 l I W ii L. rl 'a fl 1 rw i . i .Q ., -l I vi i L X . - 1 I. ,,, W V A W. H. SMITH, Captain and Page 200 Forward -"Smitty" con- verted his speed, audacity, goal-shooting accuracy, and fiery spirit into a well- earned title of theufighting- est Javelina on the boards." He captained the squad in a ii,'. fashion that drew praise K from every quarter. S we, Xia fa Kes ' F EEN xt Q. E855 P ,W N.,g?,,,,,Wkm.:wC. ..,..,.s,, .f .m,N,,,,, ., .A . ,, J 01-IN MARK DDKON, Captain- Elect and Guard-John Mark played all season un- der the critical eyes of every sport follower, who, in their pre-season doping, picked him as All-T. I. A. A. ma- terial. He was never disap- pointing, and his guarding, floor work, and long looping shots were superb. He placed fourth in conference scor- ing and landed on the coveted All-T.I.A.A. quint. N t.zwf,'N. . , . K FX Q wwf ,. 22525 Q 323 ' bamfl-Qi Qyfaif I "Z 3 Si DX X . 2 Siamgsas Q if- ,Z X e 4 X ,....,Mt' Max X, X ,W X X -, ,. s X x as..:ama:f'..zsiSf1s1.Ea..-:,sl4-1 - --5 VF wtf-Nix X 5 'X t v- -ft-FX X- - X - X X X OHN ROGERS, Forward-john was famous throughout the year for tying himself in a double knot and then nonchalantly doing a con- tortionist shot through the ring. His passing and fighting the ball was at times sensational and at all times dependable. R OY KNEIP, Guard-Roy was one of the best defen- sive Hogs on the squad. His handling of the ball and passing when op- ponents were in the danger zone was a big factor in the Javelinas' hard-board suc- cess. CLIFFORD SADLER, ForwarrleCrip- shoot artist de luxe, Cliff looped so many baskets in perfect style and apparently without effort that he slipped up on opponents un- awares, and before they could stop him, he emerged high point man. This happened so often that he became one of the leaders in con- ference scoring and was placed on second T. I. A. A. team. vawaaaz as +2 :ss aswvxsf.: Page' 201 Page 202 sle ntef Zaikin tak. GLASS' Ceiavewgetxie Wok L 1.oYD LEE, Manager-"Ng" was a tireless worker and an efficient stu- dent manager. His willingness to assist the squad members and the coach was never lacking, and his cool-headedness while on the road trips was an invaluable asset to the Javelinas. Q' 9,5 an iI0m . xx 135565 W hi W bouna N5 P of hex! the re ecgxvkng Many , . . yy HKS A 39 Y 055' 0196 bona anotbel Ylmcs 'wie ifodl ss" Ctxpns .. ie , RRS valuable an ILUAM Momus, Forward-Playw ing his last year in college basket- ball, "Red" made it his best. His fighting spirit carried him through many tough scrambles for the ball and he would, more often'than not, come out with the pill. i ,.,,ss, sl Roman' RICH Reserve Woonnow DAv1s Reserve Page 203 lil I 1 aw 11, ii Q H I R Q1 ii rl J 4 1 51 ri I! r E' I IA ER P v r 3 o Q r l I 1" I li L 5 E i, el QI 11 54 Isl ,I 1, . .i .. -4 .. if 5 J 4? N Y 4 Page 204 5 : R: iz RQ mf FRESHMEN BASKETBALL Top Row: McCracken, George, BarnCS, Powell, LCiSfCf, JCWCU' fc-3020115 Bottom Row: Stephenson, Sutherland, Blahuta, Brown CCapt2inJ, Ffalief, Henderson HENDERSON LEISTER NEDBALEK POWELL Wf92'?'fWWfWWW FRAZIER- BROWN Captain N9f STEPHENSON MCCMCKEN GEORGE BARNES SUTHERLAND BLAHUTA SPCRTS ,i rl if I Page 2061 Left to Right: Peyton Glover, Clark Baker, Harlan Baker and Howard Wesley TENNIS Gf all the ancient and honorable games that college men learn to play, tennis, in America, heads the list. Unlike all of the other college sports, tennis is developmental, recreational and socializing. When that old sheep-skin is securely packed away in the bottom of the trunk that you store in the garage and the old football breaks and bruises are recalled only in bad weather, or before storms, tennis retains its appeal and with the same old enthusiasm you batter down the net and chase "wild shots" behind the backstop. Though your stroke and service are not what they used to be and your feet are weary from their extra burden, your keenest enjoyment is on the courts, for there are your best friends, gentlemen all, good sports, growing "young" gracfully. So universally is tennis recognized as a gentleman's recreation that it is the best guarantee of clean company and standing in good society. On the courts we develop society's best gentlemen for life. l I Rx N Xxxxxmvywx 5 Q V MEX? R. N.-Qwxxi RNXNM .., X XGA 'R :RN-X X ww ,'J.'-APPX R X N A, 1 .. xx XR N R, Ry - '- N' . 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EQ W i Q Q f WALTER MANNING rx ri , A-Jil X.-v -mA.4,ua.,.e.f Lf w3:5 Nn ra ,:faf1-- 1, . 7 f ' 2 Y x i 4 4 Y 5 A f , 5 1 5 4 F 5 Z c I 1 1 I r GIRLS' ATHLETICS AN iq The athletic girls of A. 86 I. aim to promote interest and enthusiasm in a variety of sportsg to foster the right whole- some attitude toward social athletics, and to develop a higher appreciation of true sportsmanship. In order to carry out these ideals different forms of girls' athletics have been organized in the Physical Education classes and in the Women's Athletic Association. Fresh- men and Sophomore basketball teams were organiz-ed for intramural games. The Freshmen proved themselves the stronger, with a score of 34 to 19, although the Sopho- mores showed them how to fight. These teams were formed by the aid of the W. A. A., which is divided into clubs for basketball, volley ball, base- ball, archery, hiking and tennis. Each club has its own felt rewards and trophies for those members who have proved themselves worthy in ability and sportsmanship. A very interesting and delightful trip was made by the W. A. A. members to see old Ironsides in the Corpus Christi harbor. They also went on many hikes in f01'm5 of picnics and treasure hunts. The A. 86 I. sports girls believe that they have done much toward applying and attaining their ideals. pJ 209 BASEBALL AND ROBIN HOOD MEMBERS SNAPPED IN ACTION Also the W. A. A.'s Three Happy Spcmsors, Misses Campbell and Glass, and Mrs. Iester E -i z Page 210 I I RACQUET CLUB PLAYERS IN ACTION AND AT REST AFTER HEATED MATCHES SOME BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS AND TRACKSTERS POSE FOR PICTURES PHYSICAL EDUCATION Basketball and Calistbenic and Com-bin g Classes S 1 S x Page' 913 I I I I , 1 1 I W II I I HERE AND THERE WITH THE w. A. A. MEMBERS b Even Through One of Their Ups and Downs I II 'I I .1 -1 1 1 E I Q . 1 ,. 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 I I 4 I I 1 1 I I 1 1 4 4 I I I I Q 1 , 1 I I I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I 1 I I I I I I Page 21 ' W. A. A. ACTIVITIES F4 X X K X xiii... ,. .. .iw Page 215 W. A. A. ACTIVITIES Page 216 lQlU' . Q .R, A ww' 'Q QNX . ms: uaf--gust jg- in X f ff ,soug- .sf"' JK if M 'W-"'53' If 1, NN X fl: K x 2 ,pn-ff.,-+,w've awww' JAVELIN A TUSK :Jn H A-.. -.. :-5. . 1 . V: fl., Q 115' .,, 1. am. ,.. f,,. Y..- r.,,. ..,rl,b . -.1 ,..... A mu- 1 3' ,Q 2 . QF ' 14 z. F .. in S: Nix ' I kr E if if 'li 4 1 v 4 ., . 4. 1, f 4 4 a Jw! 3 1 -w.,,-MW .if ' I - 4 1 - n. BEAUTY H - TRS Gunn e Cline Bell C 'E f ' T A,,,:-f u 0,8730 ' . X F "iff -" Y f .U '1 ' X QS B .2 .Q 599' J I I : 48 ""' my 1 I . NX x jf, an L X! QSM 'Q f W ive more oaulies ' VX' -q XY 4 ' 414 ' " X 5' - A . A , N nv " if-I A . ' Q 3222 lg Q in as Egg ok as X1 Y 0 2225 Q lg n . 'like Jo 4 , ,V .7 , Qi' -- ' 4519 y 'Ig JV ' ' X ii? n -' "Q A' -. 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A5 Mah QXfN5.vxc,eS as Yom, Need """" ow Mag NG'-Q-A 'EDlSvx+xm N' ixfgerleihce Thoutsik 05+ Q B 'MK Qu 1 l x S YYX Niotkr- 'Fmr-I4 FEAT5 of +k. AT l.yLg1'5 or A'l'l-NLE-.Tt-25 FEET BY e.s1'u.n. FQSTGR., ' fp Bun mmooucas :mi 1 A NE-.w WDANVNLE , 4-SQ, mm we q, COACHNNG WORLD 4' 'K -WN-NLE Com-xvmeo , , ' I "" " ' -vo 4-ws Bao X I ,, HE- CDACAED A N I ,L FASH' fssmzs wmx U., 9 Wm, scmzemuz , Q T , QW EY Queue- AL f + , ,U ' Tl-XE Hoes WON ' 7 OF' COURSE 9 f c f W f 4 7 f 1 HUGQ GLPs55, W7 DECADED To Be "l2vrA LEss' -1527 A f' DUQU-sci FOOTBALL scnmwuxse. Q , i f WMM AS A Qesum HE. f X, Became THE SEASQNS 2 sr, 2 u f W ours1'ANUmG CASUALTY 3 W 72 af ' M A EWR 1 W""' , ' -Q , I H '4.1,L" V Y Q., Yau ,ia READ A 7 if V LOT ABoxJT " ' l 'ATI-u.F.'re's Tom QOGERS. F.-qi 4 f .l,' xy-1 ...J Ama ', . , ' ,f"fj.'f FEET ARE OFFERED ANQTI-XaQ '-WW! 4' 5 ' EXAMVLE -SENSAMONAL QA' ' f' 'V ' F THE EWTRENE5 SMH ,I To wmct-I THEY DA 9 mv snow Tl-us TIME.. 4 ' ws Down I, ' X:-tx 1-HE QLD if CHURCH AISLE I G'- . i f I 4 f Z ,...,,,-W . I I Dug the Grand Canyon when he dropped a penny in a gopher hole. Page 224 Would not send his children to school because they had to pay attention. Won't go to Scotland because there is too much competition. Sings "Make Me a Child Again, Just for Tonight," before he goes to the show. Swam the Rappahannock to find the dollar Washington threw across. Won't wear rubber soled shoes because they give a little. Sends his baggage by a different boat so that if he sinks it won't be a total loss. Pulls down his shades to keep the neighbors from reading by his light. Got married in the chicken yard so the chickens could eat the rice. Finally drowns when he bets another Scotchman five dollars he can stay under water the longer. ffl! 3 ll -'I I if Q . B J. OUR SUOTION PUMPS AND vAOuuMs HARMON TEEL HOWARD ROBERTS WALTER QSA'sj MANNING MR. BAss's CLASSES ENA WHITTEN J. B. GORDON DOYLE WARE PAUL FORGY K. K. K. QThe Ballard Brothersj EDWARD BROWN SARAH R. I-I. WILKINS WEE WILLIE LAVERNE MAI.ONE AVIS SMITH JOI-INNIE MAY DE MAURI EMERT CROCKER J. DOUGLAS PETTIT FRED CONNELL HILMA GARNER DWIGHT AYRES DOROTHY MATI-IIs BILLIE MARIE ROBBINS BEECI-IER BAKER HARLAN BAKER CECIL BURNEY JANE WELLER EDWARD BROWN LOUIE WEISS VERNON COUCH J FORECAST FOR I932-33 Pop May will grow four new hairs on the top of his head-three of them on the south of the east half of the northwest quarter. Mr. Francis will leave his "nyotes" in his oiiice 246 times before Christ- mas next year. v Chesty Allen will play his last football game for the old Alma Mater for the third time next fall. . Lloyd Boguski will tell thirty-six hard luck tales about being sent out of the library, "and that old girl was talking all the time." Amy Belle Smith will try the same old line on a new crop ,of Freshmen. Anna Louise CClinging Vinej Neely will reintroduce the good old Vic- torian custom of fainting at a football game. CEleven boys and the referee will claim to be the cause.J Several young ladies will complain of not being able to smoke on account of being locked out of '-the South Texan office. Somebody will growl about a three-year contract. And somebody else will make one. Mr. Porter will raise a jaybird to the Rattlesnake power for the eighth successive time. Doyle Ware will enter for his fourth time as a Freshman. I fy-f--W, X -,xx ,,, f ,,.a,,W,,. Y, ,, -,f vigil,-,,W.f, ' f ff.-,V .f M-m7.,m,am my Ifisafyfkvmw . W . IW.-fa-:Jimi-'fs' 53315 E 553,35 . 12315133 V Wy? M33 by Kffyfi 2 , -my we-ms My 41647 ' ' - fl 7' I s, -15. "" 3 , 4,4 Er X gg, ,, ED O,BRlEN, Business Manager fRigbtj HORACE OWINGS, Advertising Manager 2 4 ADVERTISEMENTS I 'a-gc 227 SIIIVYVYIYVVVVVYVVVOIIINVVIIVIVYUIIUUVYVYVIAIUVVUUVVVUVYVVVYUUVVIYVUVINVUVUYUYVUVUVVUVUYIYIHVVid!VVYVVVVVYIYUVUVVVUYUUVIIUVVVVVVVVVUUUYVINVVIIVUVVUYVVVVUIIUVVVUVNIVVVVUUVVIIUYVVVVVVUVVVUVVVVVVVVV IIVYUUVVVVVVVIYIVVIIVVVOIYVVVI ur emftzeszf Congmtulatzom 9669649 are extended to those students of the Tex as College of Arts and Industries who are about to leave the halls of that 1nst1tut1on of learning prepared to take their places 1n the World of Business and Industry or 1n the professions To the underclassmen we express the hope that they shall return to complete the preparation so necessary to success in the great World of affairs today Whether you are one of those who leave old A 86 I , or one of those who are to return for another year or more of study, it is and always will be essential to your success that you dress neatly and economically. We have studied the de- mands of the well-dressed college man and woman, and are prepared always to meet that demand. . h DEPARTMENT STURE Kingsville, Texas RRRDKDRNRIRDRRRRRRRRRRIRIRRARRRDIVIRDRRRRRRARRBRFRRNHRHRBRRIHRRRRRHRRRBRRRRRRRRRD RRRARR 5 5 E 5 5 5 5 5 E 5 E 5 2 E 5 E 5 E 5 E E 2 E E E 5 5 E 2 2 5 E E 5 5 E 5 S E 5 5 2 E E E 5 E Paya' 228 Mmnmmnnmmmmmmmnnnnnnmm Mmmmmnnmmmnnmummm RRRIIRIIRII llllhhhlhNIUUUKIOIRRRRIURRRARIRIIRRRRRRIUIRBIRRRHIIRRRRRBRRRAIIIRIQARRR RRRIRDIKRRAIRRRRINWVU' s z E UVINUUUVINUUUVVVUUUUVUIIIUVIIVUNIIIVVVIIIIIUUUUVUIUUUUINVUUVUUVV UVVVUlYVUUUUlllllVVVUVMllIlUUUVUyyg IIVUUONIN IIVIIUOIU YUUIUVIIUUUVI YHUUUUUUVUUUUUUUUVYUUVUUUUUUYVUUVUUUUUUQ SIIUINVIUVUVUVUVYVIIIYUUUYUIIIIIIUUUVUVUVUUVVUUYUVIUVYUVIUIVUUVUVUUUIUUUUUVUVUUUNIUUYVVVUVYUYVVUINVVVVUUVUIIUENININVVVUVUINVVVIUUONIIUYUINVIHVVVVHINENVVVVINUUUVUVYVUVIIVIIIUVVVINIIUIIVIIUINVVUUUUVVUUIIUUUUUUUUVIIIUUUVVVUVUNIIIIVVVVUVYVVIIUUIIVVIUUOIU f9"'f'!'W'7?wf 4' A Ilkhkhlhlflllilhlhlhlllhlhlhllllhlllhlhlhllllhllllllll H.. W-we 'Fun ww.-u ws. 'WUI v--Q... Entrance to Gymnaszum LX A 86 I STORE be " K K College Supplies Q . l 5 5 5 E 5 5 5 Lunches - Sandwiches - Drinks 5 E 5 x 0 2 7 x 2 "LET'S BE FRIENDS" 5 5 5 E 5 5 E 5 5 . 5 5 A 2 ,. E I ,,,fh h A , ' , E i ., V .. 'v'f V, ,L .iv A E nge sis.e 1 We ' N' 2 X f Q Q , i'ef fs 7 f s is 5 W ,v,e Q A s -f v 2 - , x ,'vf gs Q 'I m v . E , , , V.V,, X xxx V ll E 4 f E 34 5 , nfl, 5 W f' 2 s 1 1 l ss f , ' 2 f ' ' if s .- x , I :K 5 , ' , It N V ' , ' gr, ,W 5 - ,V ,. Ne, W 5 L H 5 E , 5 5 5 5 -ml I II ml - lm nn- 5 Z p 0:5 5 ' ,vnrvv-7 N , 5 sg , .L , iq 5 n., s f 2 nnnnmnnnnrmmmnmmrmnnnnuumm mmnnmmammuuunomm nmuumnmvn MMMMM Mmmuuuu mauuuumuummnnrmmsm Mmmmmmummummmummummm . Priya' 2217 g E g - 5 g E 5 S 5 g 2 5 - 5 2 - ' E 2 The 2 Betty Sturgis: What do you think E s . 2 : I am a maniac? 5 . FIRST NATIONAL BANK E p ' D 2 Q : Carl Brown: Well, you look llke 2 2 , of KINGSVILLE - One. Q s 5 s : s 5 , z- az- :s 5 5 Capital and Surplus S6 0,000 E a s 2 - Mr. Tally: HOW did you like that 2 5 2 new boy? E 5 I I - Vesta: I don't like him, he tried to E 5 . r-'nnsxrigggigsnvr-: X : get fresh. . 2 Q sv - . 5 2 - Mrs. Tally: Tried to get fresh! 2 2 V E Why didn't you slap hind? 2 s 5 ' Vesta: I did, but take my advice 2 ' E . E 2 . . 2 Students are mvited' to make use of our and nevefi Slip a boy Wlth a Chew of 5 g ' . a . - tobacco in his mouth. 2 5 Commercial Savings and Trust 5 s 2 Departments. Z 5 2 2 : s 2 I ml ml Illl nn Illl llll ll llll' +I 'Nl I ul un- E 5 0 2 5 5 2 e , 5 Z J E 5 2 z 3 h 5 2 one 121 fir 2 5 ' 2 g s 5 COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE E 5 0 I 5 g s g s g s 5 5 2 ' s g s g s Q HARREI. DRUG COMPANY 2 g s g s 2 , 5 g 4 5 5 The Bxclll Store E g 5 2 5 g X E 2 ' 5 Q " '--s.--gl-::,1- 5 5 College .Ytzttlents ,'-, 1-fn..- 2 g . fare- 2 Z We are proud of your accomplishments and trust -NXNL4 2 2 this year has been a chapter in your life's history Q 2 never to be forgotten. s . 5 J Mmm mmmmMMMMMMMMMMMMMMmMunMMMumMMMMMMManMunMmMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMME Page 230 'kink Nike I that 'kdm fresh! ldnoe TRW of l 1.-I ..f" ,.-. 595 541 in VICE 1 , ' w . P -Q i 2 lg -.2 ,. 5. 4 . S vy vldH U'VUvUUlUlVVUVvU UUYYUUvUUi UUUUVUUVVYUUUIUUUUUYUUVUVVVVvUvUVYUYUYUVYVUUUlvlygv'vvvuv'vuvvv'vvvuvvvu 3 Wwwwwvvwwwwwvuwwwwws 3 5 ' E 5 E E s g 7 , E 2 3 5 Z E ' 5 Q 5 3 2 5 T 5 5 5 2 5 5 3 Q o ' o , 2 Q Admznzstratzon Buzlding 2 2 -uni -n --nu Ill Ill u ml llll ml llll llll llll nn no!!-un Im ml INI Illl 'llll Illlf nu ng I- -- m ,li,- U fl E 3 T s 5 T 5 3 5 5 5 5 9 2 Q 5 ECHCT.. S CASH STORE 5 5 E 5 Q ' Ready-to-Wear 2 P- WV . - 2 y 1 ? Men's Furnishings, Dry Goods, Miliinery, Clothing, Shoes 2 Q ,ll 5 Q 5 3 O Q WHERE YOUR Do1.LAR BUYS 2 5 5 MORE! g 5 5 -llll E 2 g Illl ll -llll 'III 'W 2 5 5 2 5 2 HS ' g ' e ' 2 g 5 5 Jilin Z5 T 3 .Z efeffllfe efween 2 2 5 e ' 11 Q g I Q Success and Fazluee 2 3 2 3 A 5 5 3 . . . . . 5 3 CALVIN COOLIDGE has sazd that "Everyone knows that zt zs not what zs 5 5 earned but what is saved that measures the di erence between success and E g - 99 5 5 fazlure. 2 The saving of money is inborn with some people. They make every dollar perform its 2 2 fullest duty. Others acquire the ability to save money and it becomes a habit with them. 2 2 Buying inferior goods because they are cheap is not thrift. It is wasteful because the 2 2 service is correspondingly short. 2 E The Way to decide "Where savings are greatest" is first to look into the ability of the 5 g store to buy rightg then the reputation of the store for selling right. E E The buying power of this store is tremendously increased because of the co-operative 2 2 buying for the stores of this Nation-wide Organization. This advantage is your advan- 2 2 tage each time you buy from us. Paying cash you enjoy an added saving. E 5 E 3 5 3 5 3 5 2 4 INC. 3 I I ' E 3 5 2 D E P A R T M E N T O S T O R E Q 3 5 2 KINGSVILLE, TEXAS- 2 a E 3 5 MMMMMMMMMMMMI MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MMMMnnluuuuulMMMMMMMMMNQMMMIMMMMMMMMIUMMMFDMMMMMIFFFMMMMINME Page 231 if ,Z l 13,1 I .e xif ' V' A Bishop had been speakmg with some feeling about the use of cos metics by girls The more experience I have of lipstick, he declared, warmly the more distasteful I find It Life s a queer business, solilo quized the stout suburban dweller as he hastened stat1onwards Either I am standing on the platform when the tra1n puffs 1n, or I puff 1n while the train is standing at the plat form fudge Ballard The jury Hnds you guilty Freshman DeVzlhzss That s all right Judge I know you re too 1n telhgent to be mfluenced by what they say Cary Volhner Dad Ive decided to settle down and go 1nto the ch1cken buslness Dad Better try owls You re more familiar w1th the hours uee thzng For the STUDE T 3 Z 3 Z I 3 l 5 2 3 s 5 z a s : 4 2: 4 : a 2 : 4 Fountain pens Supplies Toilet articles Cosmetics Drugs Sandwiches Drinks l CITY DRUG STORE TUDEN TS. . . In this little space we can only humbly ex- press our sincere appreciation for your many visits. , We hope that you have found our programs entertaining, and educational. An Institution that co-operates with the College. '93 REMEMBER... You Can Always- Find the Very Best in Entertainment ina ulawanwllfnlmswp South Texas' Finest Sound Theatre I NHRA!!!RAN!MlNRM!N!RAIANRRARHARRRRAIDRAIARBRIINUUNUUIUHNWIUONHVIRHIUHVHRRHIIRHRRIUHRIIIINUQRIINUMN!RAM!IU!IU!RAN!IllM1IV!RIIAHRDRDRHRDAIIRARRRRRAARRRAAKRIAAAARRAAARRRRRARRR 5 5 E 5 E E E 5 E E E 5 E 2 5 E E 5 E 5 5 E 5 5 E E E E E E 5 5 2 I TRIQRARARAPJHKRRBIII Page 232 RRIHIUHFIIRIIIUIIVIIDIDRARNIIURRRARRIRGAIRRBRDRARRRRARIRRAID RRRBAIQRRRIIIARIOIBRARIIRDIRRRRIIAIIHIIRIQRRRR RhIUHMUUHRRRRRARARDRARRRBRARRRHNRRBRRRANBRAARRHNRRK 1 1 Vo W Ole 'imgfe huxnhlv ex- : murxmny nur PYUSTW 415 lilly ,4' fi, ,fur I,-u JUYUYUYUY YVUVYVYlYUUYUVYVUVV'lUUlfiYVUVYlYiVUY VVYVYUYIUUUVYVUVYUVVVVVVYVYVYUVIYIVVYVUVYVUVUUVVUVUVYUVVIIUVUIDIVVUUYVUUYVVUUUVVUVUIYUUUUUUVYUYIYIVVUYYIVVYIVUVVUYIUVUVVUYVYUVVYVVVYIYIVUYIIIUYUYIYUUVYUYVVVYUUVYVUVYUVUYUYIYVIIUYVVVVIYVYVYVUVVUUUYV Mr Connell Fred, rf you had a httle more spunk you would stand better m your class Now, do you know what spank ISD Fred Yes, s1r, 1tS the past par t1c1ple of spunk Customer Haven t you anythmg you could guarantee to wake me early 1n the morn1ng9 Ea' O Brzen Yes, but I don t th1nk h1s mother would l1ke part1ng w1th 1m Clz McCall I can t see why you should refuse to marry me because I asked for just one k1ss Margaret N ance Well, any mod ern fellow who would ask for a k1ss 1sn t aggress1Ve enough to make a good l1v1ng GrOCe1'Y Bakery Dehcatessen and Meat Market IJLEDWARDSHSON The Food Store We Del1Ver Phone 196 Passerby What, d1gg1ng up th1s street aga1n9 Foreman Sure, the contractor used to be a surgeon and It seems that three steam shovels are m1ss1ng TUDENTS -E ff' I 1 ' 1-3 3 , ' 9 lm., Q 7, . 1 ff VE: ff!!! I lt l d, X a g'1.,'!"v iq. - F:-' .y,, . I, f - 25"-'l"Q'p:1?s'l' "iCFfv4IVA'f . 2 , for the Bhbl-insist on Lu Jersey ICE CREAM DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPANY Phone 92 Kingsville Allce X, Wh1tc Kltchen Ca e Sanltarv Surroundings F S DREYER. Manager phone 117 Kmgsvllle RI! lhhll ARMANI lhlll Ilhlblh RNIB llllllh AHRE IBIHRR RNIB IHRRIUU lhlll RRRDIVI RRR!! READER NBII F S Q MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MMMMM Mummvmn MMMMMMMMMMM MMMMM M MMM Mauunnnnm umnmmnn Mrunummmu Page 23 .3 511 ANTA GERTRUDIS JERSEY FARM WE WELCOME students of the College of Arts Sz Industrles lnterested 1n An1mal Husbandry and Agrlculture for SANTA GERTRUDIS JER SEY FARM affords remarkable poss1b1l1t1es of a F1e1d Laboratory 1n conneetlon W1th these courses of College Tra1n1ng One of the purposes 111 operatmg the Farm IS to contr1bute somethlng 1n educatlonal prog ress and lt 1S 1ndeed a pleasure to have Students and V1S1t0rS to V1S1t the Farm at any avallable opportun1ty W R0bt J Kleberg PI'0p The Kung RSYIC-P1 Kmgsvllle Texas Dr J. K Northway Mgr ' 1 l 1 1 1 1 L ' 1 1 9, '1 J.. 1 1 2 3 1 3 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3 ll a 51, 1 1 'gif I 5 5 1 2 I 3 1.11 3 1 5 3. 1 3 3 ,11 z 2 A . 4 1 gil ' ,1 4 lf!! g KINGSVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN r ASSOCIATION 1-23515959-1 Room 19, Flato Bu1ld1ng L C MCROBERTS, Secretary g T. H. LAWRENCE, JR. Agent Complzments Of KINGSVILLE' ,,,, ,M ,,,, ,,1, ,,p, ,,l, ,,,, ,,p, , , M ,,,1 1 1 1 W Trade and Save at mae ERooKsH1RE's GROCERY The Best For Less a 1 f PHONE 1 sz E Free Delivery I MMMMMMMMMMlmMMrunMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM sw., ,331 ,I , Page 231 . 1 I 1 1 I 1 l 1 El' 5 l 11 H1 M11 IIX11 'u HARIIAAILBRRHRRHRRAARAADRARARARHAAAARAAARAAANI IAN!RHMHKIIRIUIUIRARRIVIIVIRARRRARARAHIIRHRRAARHAARHRIURHRARRRARARBBIIRAARAJIAA IVVUDRIQ 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Q K Rl!IUUUHVIllllhlllllhRRRARRRRRANIIRRRARBRRRARRRDRRRDRARAAARIUNARHRllltlilhlkhlf I UVVIUUUIYUIIIVUIllUIUVYi!VIVUUIIUIUUYVYIVILIUVUVIUUIIIUUVUUVUIUIU Ylylygyyuvvvvu VUVIYI VUUMVUYVVVVIUI wwwwwv The old-fashioned girl who used ' to be on the "square" has beennsuper- Z seded by the girls Who are on the I "bias," You know-"Buy us this" I Q PUBLIC SERVICE DEDICATED TO -"Buy us that." I X- 25 21- I I 3 V Mr. Conner: I'd like to know what young smart aleck dropped a cigar- ette on the upholstery of the new , car? I Willie: AW, dad, it was just an ac- cident. She didn't mean to. I I I 2? X- 35 I I T. L. Arthur: Why so gloomy? I Dwight Ayres: I can't get out of C C ' T L Huh' I can t even get in uvuvvwvuvuvuvuuuuug E Q E 2 s : 2 I E s s : 2 I E 2 2 Q I Q 5 K I K I K I 5 5 K K 5 K l I K L Q I 5 t I Q K K s K I K I E I L 5 Q I 'TEXMEX K Q I I NATURAL GAS CO i K 1 Q Twenty erght Years of Continued Serv1ce For twenty-elght years th1s Institution has ded1cated itself to the up- buildnng of K1HgSV1llC and surrounding COmmun1tY, it has been and will , continue to be an instrument of SERVICE to every community en deavor of merit We invite you' to v1s1t our store and Institution built upon twenty-eight years of fa1r dealing and FAITHEUL SERVICE the most modernly equipped HARDWARE STORE and LUMBER YARD in South Texas, with complete stock in every department, and featuring every month specials of seasonable merchandise Home Buxldmg on Easy Terms Free Plan Servlce THE KINGSVILLE LUMBER COMPANY Fzrst and Largest Busmess m Kmgswlle Best Quality, Prompt Service, R1ght Prices 0 d b I E I , I I . .. . I I 5 I I 5 5 I I Q I ' 5 In un...-nu II ll Of'-ml Il- I Q K 1 I Q K Q l 1 I Q I 1 K 1 1 o 0 ' 2 1 5 Q I Q I Q l I O U 9 0 I I I I I . I I I . . .. Q I I I I 0 ' ' ' I I I I I . . . ' Q ' C O I I . I I . U I I I .-I C I I l I I I I U ' If Q If - - ' ' Phone 600 2 I: ,I I I lx K It I f l Q I. t l It I -- I ,MJF :man n vuumnnnn In a Alu-nam-n I " "l"""U""""""" M mmm: I uv-MunMnnannnnmmnnnm-nuvunnnnun I annnnnmnnannnmuuum n rams-Annrnl Page 2.95 LUIVIYVVIUUUIU UUVVIYIUIIU I VUIllUUVVUVVIYUUUIIVYUYYVVUUUUVUYUYUVUUUUUIllVVYYVVUUVYIllVVYVUVYUVIH!VVUIUIUUUUUIYIYUUIYYUUUIUUY UUUUVUUYYUUYUYUYYIIVVUIIUUIYUUVIII s 4 : s s : z 5 : : x 2 : 5 z a z : 2 4: Q 5 4 s Q 1 2: a s a 3 z s a : : 5 4 a Q 5 a z s I 7 To Oar Aa'1fer isers . . . We take this measure of expressing our sincere appreciation for the co operation you have given us by taking advertising in El Rancho, 1932. The many contacts that were made have been most pleasant. C3Q HORACE L. OWINGS, Advertiszng Manager EDWARD O,BRIEN, Business Manager EL RANCHO 1932 ,ve PERMANENCE For more than eight hundred years the Tower of London has stood by the Thames This bank, too, has all the qualities that give a long past, and a longer future ROBERT J KLEBERG 85 COMPANY Bankers Umncorporatedj Pagv 236 5 5 5 2 HAHAHA HAHA HAHDRAHAHAHAHAHA HAHA HAHAFAHAHAHAFAHAHA QUIIIYUVIVVYVYUYIYUVUVIYIVVYiUUYIYIYIYVVUYUVYYVYIVVYVUUUIUUYVYEYUUUYIVlVVYVViYlVlU'lYlYlYlU'lYlYiU'lVUH'iYVHlUiViilliYUllVlYVYVY YIYUYIYVYV UUVIY YV ' I 5 D 5 3 I 5 E 2 'U ,i 2 Q g 9-7 1 ESD X 1 2 2 3 fb ' 5 5- E 24 W 5 g R' , 71 Q ' . 3 r-+ . 3 , O s ' E N . - 3 A T gif .1 5 P1 5 . C-' s . . . ', ,. 3 O ' ' ' 1 , f-r 3 C I 5 P1 Q fb 3 . 2 3 g o a N, 2 g x - ' , 3 ,,,, 5 D 5 cn 5 e-r 5 I 3 G 3 s SI. 5 S ' A a - ' 3 r-1 5 5' ' rf E o 3 O :. 9 E B' ' I 2 m 5 3 3 Z Z Q s 3 3 ? 1 Alma ll n A r A r una al an In a A A n n rn IA an :mn All A ll a an nfumpmpnunmnmympmpmpmqglqpmpghq AHA HAHHHAHA HAHII HAHAHA IAN! 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