Texas School for the Deaf - Towers Yearbook (Austin, TX)

 - Class of 1940

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..-, 5.55. fl X Jlf if L..,Jf.gJ if 4 We would not glorrfy 1n our present status wrthout grvmg cred1t those to men and women who w1thstood pr1va trons to bu1ld a foundatron for us We would honor the matron Mrs ose phrne Snyder who not only looked aft er the meals nursed the s1ck and mend ed and patched for the boys and g1rls but who also at one trme vv1th the help of the glrls sheared sheep to make clothes for the rndlgent ch1ldren We would pr use the boys who when Con fedex ite money would no longer buy melt cultlx tted the lmd md by the1r economy sued the whole school from st trv H1011 We would not forget the tctchers who often selved wrth l1ttle or no salmes lll order to keep the school gom I In presentrng the frrst rssue of THE TOWERS It has not been the 1ntent1on of the Staff to grve a deta1 led account ol the development of T S D Rathe1 1t has been to grve a ghmpse 1nto the past and to so correlate lf vvxth the present as to show the contmuou growth of our school If we have farled rn our purpose we turn th1s book ox er to our successors wrth the hope that n wrll serve only as a gu1de 111 helnlnff them to produce a blgffer ind better annual gf 4. f L LU QM WM M fs und' C I1 ll .21 ff kill gi 'illlllllll ll M,,,,,,,LE , M CREDENTIALS Alt NN 01k Weldon T1ttl6 and M lll11CB Fold Engravmg Wallace Lnffr wlng Co of Austln Photographs Studer Photo Co of Ausfm Alden Young Covers and Blndlng Umversal Bookblndery Inc of San Antomo Puntmg Puntmg Depzutment of Texas School for the Deaf an 4'-get E 'H iw !!! 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Honor of bemg first supeuntenclent of The Texas School fol the Deaf went to P1 ofessox Jacob Van Nostrand senlor professor of the New Yolk Deaf and Dumb Instltutlon Durlng h1S mne teen yeals of SGFVICQ the enrollment grew from eleven pupils to forty elght This plcture IS a copy from an ori glnal photograph whlch Superlntendent Nostrand gave Mrs Augusta Chrlsto pherson formerly M1ss Augusta Stld ham ln 1875 Mrs Chrlstopherson was a pupll in this school from 187: to 1879 J Aco VAN NOSTRAND Page 4 . 4 C . . . , , - , . . I . . . q Q . V1 LJ ' ', - 4 N " 1 , . . , ' -. .. V P. . 1 .Q .k.'.-'Q' . K- F v,v, K I --.5 Q' lg, 5. MR VVRIGHT FMMA RUTH MRS VS RIGHT E R XVr1ght son of deaf parents was horn and reared on a farm 111 Tr1n1ty County Texas After complet1ng h1gh school he entered Sam Houston S tt Teachers College where he majored 111 Cox ernment tnd Soc ology and r ce1x ed h1s B S degree 1D 19 5 At the t1me he 1ece1ved h s d vree he was also granted cer t1f1c1te to te tch 111 111 chools 111 Tex ts In 1977 he marr1ed M1ss M tud H lbun d tuffhter of Mr and Mrs H Hllbull of Hunts v1ll Texas and they have one daughter Emma Ruth Due to h1S p1ogress1 e dCll'I11I11bfI'lt1OI1 of the tffurs of the County School Supermt ndent s OfflCC he was selected by the County School Supermtendents of Texas to represent them on the Comm1ttee on Class1f1ed Accrechted Schools whlch pos1t1on he f11led Lllltll he I'691gI1Cd as County Super1ntendent In 1938 he was elected by the people of the 79th D1str1ct to rep resent them 111 the Leglslature and served dur1ng the long sess1on 111 1919 at wh1ch t1me he tendered h1s res1gnat1on to accept the pOb1f1OIl as Super1ntendent of The Texas School for the Deaf Mr Wr1ght s mother 1S an ex student of The Texas School for the Deaf l13.V1I1g entered the school 1n 1884 'L 45 -3 e at ADMINISTRATION BUILDING A E . 3 Q T i I "' 52 I If I , I ADMINISTRATION BUILDING OF 1884 Below is 21 picture of the buildings on the campus in 1876. The one at the left was the school building' and faced Newton Street- lt was located SLJlllC7.'v'llCl'Q near the pre3enQ Uxinhiued Svhool Building. The small buildinjt in the center housed the cistern, and the one at the right was the residence of George Begg, Z1 teacher. '-I WWF fi -w'Y"""' ADMINISTRATION BUILDING OF 1882 MAIN DRIVE OF THE SCHOOL TODAY ,Iwi A ,ik A 1 ' k. .X I ' N' I -" I f 2 X if- :T-'Q' I ' I . I . A I 4- g ,qw gif L. - A . . 4 - ,T Q ,A,.,. .. ,fl sf , VV - .I 52-ix b K - 'y fl Qi I.,:1,,. I I uf. ' ,NAA g i 5, I. . . ,w I I 4 Ag' . + I K , I . My , A533 I fig , , fi ff' 2 w fi ' kv' I K fliiixl xi I X W. , .T ' . , 'L' ,L - I-R -Q ,...:Q.,.. s , f-Agar . .5 ,KM :ff , x- x,.. - SX K . 4... QNQJ' 46 'qu- an 'wif ' t.. z ,. ., . , . . "' 155' W W. ' 3593 -'fiiff-...ef .am ' ww - v ' ' -- '- fy . 5'-,f,3e. 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MECHANICAL BUILDING Ihe 1mpo1t1nce of 111dl1St1l1l tl Illllllg h1s been 16002-Illlled s111ce 1816 1 ltll the adcf'1t1011 of YOC,dt10l1 il C0111 ses dlll lllg the wus to supplement the 1c'en11c t1a1n1ng' of the students Select1on of pllp1lS fO1 the d1ffe1ent 1oc.f1t1ons Ib dete1n11necl bx the p1efe1e11ce ot each h1s pucnts xushes h1s ah1l1tx and 1113 chances of S9CLllIl1g VS01h 111 h1S home locahtx atte1 lef1v1ng school A 11ew student ass1gnec1 to a tl xde IS obse1 ved c uefullx to c'etern11ne h1s 2'1Dt1tlldG f01 the 110111 If he does not D1 OQIGSS l1e 1s t13HSfQll6d to a tl ade Inc e 111 l1ne ww 1th ITIS ab111tw At p1esent the school offe1s the follomng COU1 ses bhoe Repalflng Cleanmg and P1ess1ng Ta11o11ng P11nt1n0f Automotne Bodx and Palnt XY Ollx VS ood11o1k ALlt0H1Oblle MQCIIRHICS Alt Baklng Pa111t1ng' Y"",, H .. 1' P g Q .,, 1 A -J an J.. 1 ' if 3' Q 5 I ,L - Q fi' .L -sv- I 5 .pmaunwfhwuhns h,, hahah Q.-.mv an 5 1- V S . KH Y . P If .ii is-aussi! 1 e u " 3 ax X 4-4 X . E W x. I N Fi! X 4 :W XA? ' V , v V ,..,-a GIRLS INDUSTRIAL BUILDING Durlng the ClV1l War Superlntendent Nostrand had two spxnnlng wheels made for the glrls to enable them to spm carded cotton lnto thread They learned how to kmt socks stockmgs mlttens gloves and suspenders and sometlmes sold these artlcles to buy clothmg for them Domestlc SCIGHCG IS st1ll consldered lmpoltant and IS mcluded 1n the school currlculum When glrls enter the mdustual department they may choose from the followlng courses Clothlng Cosmetology Household Crafts Art Foods 9 ' Y ' ! I 3 ' D 7 , - selves. 1 1. , 9-.N I I ' '!"g-gf f,:l.V.': wb? ,-a , ' s f , ' M A ' H gg Q V. Q xl, , 4 f'f"' " :'l:,xgi5-N ,,Q - Q 4 -f yy '.' 5-f . f K , , . 7, fi . ,I A -fy, M 4. Z aw, f',: -'x n 1 I4 2' '? 'X :P-...Q famf 3 pu' A aQ.LQuf ' fr A ' K...--I - 'f f' sf . -.5 : , A ,M ,ff A 57" . 1 f , ' Vx ml ' 4 I, N , ,.,,,.gi., . ,I VV I , .Q ,- , K . . v . 'V W, V Wa if W 4' ,F 5 A f , 3- A I f A 'I 41- 5 8' 58 'If'Vw we 5 L R ! 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' V g..A , W 'L ' ' ' '- uwl , ii- f - f-57, my V kfwiqgu ,u. g LQ 4 - ' ft. K ' .. : - 2, 'Wk V f ' " ' ' v . W J' a 4 gy' , ,M 4 K , A, X K 1 Ja A' 4 A sf y X , xx GYMNASIUM 'i" FI! Girls' Physical Education Class At top right - BOYS' DORMITORY At bottom right - GIRLS' DOHMI- TOHY, ANNEX Pagre 18 X- , 3' 1 1 + - -fic: 2 f 1 5 . fi' A ,Qglfz 7,5 w.H..-.W.,..-4...-.J I fs? Q, xx Se -E91 I ,x ,,,. . ' ff? N '5'SziLf'T'1,. ra fi eff- wwf-.gc - Y :JW , 5 f by Q- :A ' affix' 'L " 5' 'f' J: Y , 4""l.' ,pixel-,egia.,2., ,Q 5, 4. vw , ,A ,Q , sw- . " Q ' "' .V4 ,'9 1.1. .1-. 4, rfgj' ,L - ll V' I? f 6 , ' f M , 4 .5 vb j V1.2-'Q fs? S -W, 2 ' ' . V, , . A Y .. 2 - 3 3 2' ' Q n 1 Q 2, J...---fs -ff 1 F gawk 'QQ' if 1' 'xx' .'V J' rw 5A g , VV' ' 'F K .L-in is ADMlNlSTBATION F lty fl 3 A d 1940 1 acu o 89 ------------- - - - Q - - - - - - - - - - - 'r- - - - - - n in ilu Hllvmnrg nf OTTO THEDF ORD T S D lost a capable supe1v1so1 and frlend Wlth the unt1mely passmg of Otto Thedfo1d Decembe1 30 1939 M1 Thedford was a pre medlcal student 111 the UHlVGY'Slty of Texas and h1S home was at Bogata Texas He was Wol klng h1S Way through college by ass1st1ng Mr Homer B1ovxu Wlth the supervl s1on Although Wlth us only a short tm e xxe leal ned to appreclate h1S fel lowshlp and h1gh ldeals IH thought and act1on Page 22 CLAUDE D TE R 1 81 1939 The School paxs t11lOL1t6 to Claude D 1691 f0ll116l t63C116l leg1slato1 and fO1 ten xea1s Cha11111a11 of the State Boald of Co11t1ol M1 Teer xx as ed ucated 111 the 1111 al schools of Texas and l6C91V6d l11s college tl 1111111g at No1tl1 Texas State Teache1s College Ill 1919 he became connected xx 1th the state as a State Leg1slato1 lll 1977 he became S6C19t21X of tl1e H1Q,'l1XK ax COI11l111SS10l1 In 1979 l1e xx as appomted as a lllGlTlb9l of the State BO2.ll'l of C0l1tl0l a11d August 78 1939 E gg , D. W Q ' u 1 L 1 ' 1 ' I 7 , 5 1 '. . I. . 1 served 111 tl1at capacity u11til his death .4 , D , . . . ' ' ' o 1 1 , . Q. Y Y ' 5 ' . 1 Y 0 . . - Q-. To the Seniors and Graduates of the Texas School for the Deaf: Only eleven years after Texas became a State, the School for the Deaf was established in Austin. Since 1856 many thcusand young men and young women have graduated from this fine instituf tion. The enrollment has increased to the point where now more than SCO stuf dents are in attendance each year. They ar: rec tiving instruction in many sub' jgcis. their training being designed to make them successful in their personal careers and useful in their service to the State. Texas has provided a physical plant GovERNoR W. LEE O'DANIEL at the School for the Deaf valued at more than a million dollars and appropriates each year about a quarter million dollars for the operation of the school. These figures alone indicate the interest which the State has in these students and the con fidtnce which it places in their ability to become informed and valuable citizens. At this graduation time. it is my pleasure to 'xtend the greetings of the State of Texas and my own felicitations to the seniors. and to wish for them every success and happiness Gorwfzof' of Texas STATE BOARD OF CONTROL The State Board of Control of Texas is the governing board of the Texas School for the Deaf as well as twenty-one other eleemosynary institutions. It also acts as Purcliasingz Agent for all State Departments. HARRY KNOX HENRY MEYER TOM DEBERRY FRANK DAVIS Chairman Former nzenzber- .llemher Menzbel Term Expired Jan. 1, 1940 school this year. XVe hope you will accept The Texas School for the Deaf was esf tablished by our forefathers for the purpose of educating deaf children. The first stuf dents to enroll in this school was in l8'57. Since that time 3.293 students have received training in this institution. With the cooperation of the student body many changes have been made this year. These changes have been made. because progress results from dissatisfaction with things as they are and the desire to make them better. Progress demands courage and is only achieved through effort and sacrifice. Progress is to do a thing first and bettere to keep ahead of the burden of leadership and to suffer the jibes and jeers of the self' satisfied who find it easier to scoff and to scorn than to do. Vxfe feel We have made progress this year. and We hope that prof gress will dominate the lives of those leaving the challenge to continue to make progress in your Own personal lives and reflect credit on this school as Well as the State of Texas. Maya 1 ' 7254" ' ,r 'si MRS. LU EMMA SYKES Sf1,iporvising Tcachci' K CHARLES WEYERMAN Pirincipa I Y MRS. JEWELL HAGE Principal of the Oral School B. C. WESTBROOK Principal of the Vocational School DEAN MURPHY MRS. ANNIE LEE HEIMANN R. A. HOKE Storekeeper anrl Aceotuwtflnt Secretary AssistmztStorekeepe1 W ,YEE , OFFICE FORCE CURTIS HUFFMAN Fi-7111 Agent MILDRED JOHANSON DORIS BERNARD MRS. EILEEN FAULKNER Sectretary Combined School Secretary Oral School S1vitch,bo11rrl Operator And Bookkeeper DR. A. F. BEVERLY DR. R. L. STRUHALL DR. SUMMERFIELD TAYLOR 1,l1!lN1.l'l-llfl and Surgcwn 1101115515 Ear, Eyv, Now, am! Tlzrorz MEDICAL FORCE E M MA KRAMER Nurse walls? MIIS. LLLLY V. LANE Dietitian MRS. GLADYS BONE ETHEL JOHNSON Graduafe Nurse Nurgp 42:4 ? I . X ., tux' F 5:5962 I. 75, ' -:G Q , rx ' by . , 1 -' Q y V, f M, W 4. ff fax ya 1 KK 54. .WM , , , " Biff? J A H ,, . , -f A .. A Nbifwrt L ff,,.L:SZ?' A x fy? A K ,4 SH W- , Q, M., , 'if' v M L mf., ,L Qi ' W , A . fv' , . " "' V 84 vb V, 'I 1 t K N X x If lx V I , I -'iff , Q , X A -. f w 4' 5 4' 55? if 1' 5 Wx- , H fi "'U7' r ,, - if W k X , ,H wwf . J l 3- J' , ' ,- F , ' A V, if , - . J' V+' 9 H I 1 , L Wg V I , ' 1 5 Q . ' 3 - N ' A X .1 V ,L . ,. 1 , 'H , x I , kg. 7 Q i ali 5 y A 5 V. z ,, F we V Z ! I if , J E I 5 f X am "" Ei R., ff? Tr, L ,-3 1 ,-'- V + ,iff 'if 6+ 7f,? W , ff 'T .ff ',y L 9, . '- ,av 99" muff' PM V '65 , 5 ,, 5 , Al I J J :phi ff ' XX 1 of , . -L. A ., , Q .X 's'u , f '5 4,1 JI 'x V, l, ' 'ati fl - - . , ! -5 . .. ,x , K Q A " ,. ' K- in W 3, 4: . - 2 ' ' , ' , fffj' , A:.,T,.:q,T,V:-Tv L? as gm ' 0 ly Wa. 5 V A . iV11'g.m4QmM , 1 1.-:X , 3-an ... -F Q 1- fn, n , 3. '- A F V I A 0 p,...,,,... 's ' 1 K. S 5 un 'P ,wi .. -or ,.-w-ww Wm' H-4---1 IEENV 5 4, '?'3"f Q J' 5. , Q, fi, if , 1 fl 'Cf L, 3 X 9,1 L if . ,l if -ff' f f TA 1 ' fr, WN I Ag' ,X U, A I ,Q K Zfw " . fy , -Q r .W , ,f- W.. 'A-4 we-. QA , X., , N A 4:35 ,I " ' 4 " 1,-"4 f url, Lf' A ' ff! - ,fix . N A .N 'pe Q1 gf., . 1' 3, . X 4- Y- C 4 9 1 +, "' Y, 'g,fiw,.: 1 y.f-wmv, v, ' A I ftiigfg- . Y ff ff, 5.55 , ,.,.,..,., 'lhif-'4f1,4. ,f,,ga3'f- "'!"'vf.1'f f'l-fviwf VS' 'fb-ml A-',fk,Q"' 5. 3 44' K, , r In 1 is fn, J , 1 QA !' an-A 'vfif -F if ,?5.f,,,. lure N NSr"" ww? 4 ,i Page :ao FACULTY P. H. ADAMS -- Prinfing JANE ALLEN - Ilancing VIRGINIA ALLEN - Primary Oral MRS. Blass ALLMAN - Primary Oral MARTIN ANDERSON - Woodu-owls MRS. VERA BALDWIN - I'rimary Oral C. E. BALLARD -- Printing ADA BLOCKER - Primrzry Oral CARRIE BROOKS - Primary Combined HOMER BROWN - Milifrzry I7'lSfI'llf'f0I FACULTY WILLIAM BRUNS - Baking GOLDA CALDWELL - Prinmry Oral AMA CAPERTON - Prinzury Conzbfmwf LILLIAN CAPRON -- lflzyflzm and Amzlstics MRS. JUDSON CARY - Plzysfvul Eflzzcahon SUNSHINE COMPTON - Primary Oral JEANETTE CREATH - High Swhool Combined CLAIRE CROCKETT - Primary Combined MKS. LETTIE DAVIS -- l11f1'1'nzr'rl1'clir' Com I1z'm'rl H. L. DAVIS - High Srlmol Comlainrfd Page Ji 1 Page 32 FACULTY VV. H. DAVIS -- High Sflzool Combined W. M. DAVIS - High Srhool Combinvd A. S. DEPEW - Painting JIM DI IORIO - Ph2jNl'!'Il1 Edumfion RUTH DUNN - Ir1tw'nzf'r11'afc' Oral MRS. MARKIE EASTMAN -- Primary Combined MRS. ETHEL EAVES - High School Oral MRS. HILDA EVERHARD - Primary Oral TEXANA FAULK - SjJl'f'I'llI Conzlmfnzfd MRS. HARVEY FORD - Sm-ing 1 FACULTY NORINE FRANKLIN - Primary Oral LUCILLE GARRISON - Cosmetology VVINALLIN GRIFFIN - Physical Education HARTLEY HAIGLER - Primary Oral MRS. BERTHA HAYBECK - High School Combined MRS. NAN HAYES - Primary Oral MAMIE HEFLYBOWER - High4Scliool Oral MARTHA HOLT - Arts and Crafts EXA HORNSBY - Rhyflim and Acousfics LEAH HORNSBY--Primary Oral Page 33 FACULTY ILRTLE HORNSBY - I ntermeclriate Oral M RS NANNIE HUDDLE - Aft MRS. BESSIE JENKINS - L'IflJ7'Cl 7'lLl'VI, J. T. JONES - Automobile Mechanics EDITH KNIES - I7ltw?l'l7l,0dl:fLfl? Oral ROBERTA KONE - Prirmary Oral ADOLPH MATTHIES - Tailoring Page 34 ELOUISE MAY - Primary Oral GLADYS MEARS - High School Corrnblned MRS. ALBERTA MURRAY - High School Oral FACULTY J. L. NORTHERN, - Cleaning and Pressing RUTH ORENBAUM - Primary Oral MRS. ALICE RHODES - High School Oral MRS. MYRA RIGSBEE -- Primary Oral MRS. OLLIE SCHOOLFIELD - High School Oral MARYBELLE SEARIGHT - Primary Oral BESSIE SMITH - Primary Oral GLADYS SMITH - Primary Oral MRS. SIDNEY SMITH - Primary Oral MRS. MARY THORNBERRY - Preparatory Combinecl Page 35 an FACULTY HELEN TINNIN - Inlermecliaz'f2 Oral ERNA XVEBB - High School Oral JESSIE WEBSTER -- Inlormedlafo Oral MRS. MARX' XVILCOX - Primary Oral LUCILLE WILLIAMS - Foods DIARY LEE WILLIAMS - Clothing MRS- INEZ VVOOD - High School Oral W. J. YVOOD - Shoe Rffpairing 4 GIl0UPS Senior Class of 1888 ...... 5 L A -7.1 ...............SeniorsofToday SENIORS Iss Motto: "Yo shall kuovs the t.I'ut1I. and the truttm shall :make ye free." ass Colors: Hlue zuul White. .Iss Flower: The rosc. JACK RICHARD Wh 1'1'P.wIn0r0 Joux IlANDoI,PII .'lI0.z'1'cz HAZEII FITCH Por! 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UILLARIJ 'x Ihfcutur Knox City Dallas ELWOOD JAMES ABEL FAUCETI' FORD GARCIA Houston, Splendorav Sun Diego GERALD JOE J. C. HAAF HARTNI-:TT HAYNES Ft. Worth Kosse' Santa Anna HOMER BROWN Supervisor 'Q ' , J ACK IIEN SLEY Denison RAYMOND MILLER H11 nys FREDERICK STEPHENS Gilmer RI 'haf Si I IS , ! YM -J-2. -A NVOOIDIE OCHAI, HOPE LAMB Ilallrm liwznfl Salim' EDWARD PETE NANTZ PRZYBURSKI Ilruhrz nz Bu rf on ERNEST AMAIJEO THOMAS TINAJERO F"'isvO S1111 A nfonin CLYDE XVHVFE 4. as r Q FS L v Ling? A 5 FRED LORING Sun Antonio HARMON SCOTT I'ineIum1 JAMES NVALKER Nwu' Boston ,4:4.w'sfr111z' Sll1N'!'l'.'SOI' ERWIN IVIAYFIELID Dflllrls K. B. SLAVIN JVInrg11 zz LAWRENCE XVII ITE KVM-O JAM!-ZS MCCALLUM Houston HARVEY SPITTLER c'!ll1lll'PH DOUGLAS XV Il ITELI-IY Dallas Page 47 LENNIE BENEEIELD Rogers VIRGINIA FORD Georgetown MARGARET LOADER Teague age 48 0? CHRISTINE BOYD Bartlett FREDA HARGRAVE Hike J ANE LOUDI-:RMILK F t. Worth, I NEI.LIPI CARONA Houston MAXINE HIGGINRDTIIAM Port A1-tlmr DOROTIIA MATTIIEWS Gvorye town E,.N ,EI RLS' UUFIMITUHY IMOGENE CRAWFDRD A ra nsms Pass EDITII JONES Sun Antmzio BERTHA 'KUEHNER Su p111'I1'I1fso r JAIINELI. EVANS Ft. lim-th LDRI-:NA KI-:E 0111 011 RVTII FIELIJER Gfzlwston M ARY LANGLEY Fffnfrrfss I' 3 I IA, A ' A. f .x. 'QI GIRLS' DORMITORY EVELYN MITCHELL Dallas HATTIE PEKAR Kira llflifl' ALMA MOORE Ben Wlzeeler OPAL PERSKY IVIa g ll R t JIMMYLENE MULLINS Ca rmpbvll BEATRICE POPEJOY E WL NELL SIMMONS Houston ALMA CLARK SZlIJPl'7"iS07' MARGARET NAIL Ponca City KERTREEN REID l'rI1lfl0 OTIIELLA SPENCE Tricklz am VIRGINIA NIX San .-lntonio MILDREIJ RISNER Snlplmr Sprhzgs JEANNETTE THOMAS Hughes Springs Loxs PAPE Victoria MARION SEIM IVz'stl1off ESTELLE TUTT Marshall Pago 49 IGNACIO AMEZCUA A ntonio ARTURO CORTEZ Weslaco EUGENE HAYES Waco Page 50 '1 ,WK RENINGNO ARRIETA Laredo VERNON CUMMINGS Grandview BARNEY HILEMAN Weatherford ALVIN BRANUM Pilot Point ALVIN IJRUECKHAMMER Eden BOYCE JONES Plainview L. S. WADDINGTON Assistant Supervisor BUYS' W DORM ITOF2 RICIIARII FRANK CLARK CLARKE Houston Houston ELBERT ENRIQUE EVANS GONZALES Ft. Worth Mission EMITTE CORLEY Alto HAYDEN HARVARD Na varro 'K vb I ga X 'S ,E ,vw I I2 if ni L 'lr as f 'I I T -Af X --ad 4, -4 '1 -1 f '., f Q BUYS' UUFQMITUQY MELVIN my -I x A , E PRESTON JOHN J. C. ALFONS LUX MITCIIIJLI, M0fJlJY MKJRRIS MOTL Converse Abilene Colomalo City IV6llflIgf0lL Temple JESUS AI,I'RI:I1o RUBIN CURTIS J. C. RAMIRI-IZ RoIIRIIII'I-:Z SCIILATIII-IR SMITH SMITH Sim Antonin Tvgrus fifjj Rising Sim' .Inuqnin Ililzoll HOWARD TEMPLETON San Antonio H. L. FORD Supervisor XVELDON QUALLS Ba lling er PHILIP TARGAC Yoakum DONALD VVINN Marshall Page 51 ARZELLA BLANKENSH111 Stanton MARY DRIGGERS San A 71107110 HELEN HART San Antonio Page E2 ...J N MARY HRIGAM 1111111115 EVELYN FITCH Port Artlmr DORIS HODGES Killeen ff- '2 JQYCE CABLE 11011511111 I,mv1SE FUSTER Nu zu Castle NEFE1E LEE HOPSON Camp Allison llwu' I'AL'L1NE CABLE HOIlSf071 BILLY RAY FULBR1G11'r Ft. VV00't11 SYBIL HUMAN Houston BERTHA KUEHNER S11 pc Mnisor EI RLS ' UUHMITUH M1LnRl-:n CIIAFFIN Mmzdota BARBARA GOEBEL Bryan HELEN DENNY Jonesboro MARY HAMONTREE Dallas Y -Q V 'ar Elf-41.5 T UUFIWII . UIZQY PEGGY ISAACKS .-1 ustin EVELYN NANNY Colorado City MAR.IORlEI Jon Nsox San Arztrnzio MARCHIE OLIVER Saint Jo DIARY AN N MCCAI.I.L'M Bryrm LILLIAN MAI-1 PERRY H oustrm EDITH GILMORE Sll1207"l'lS0l' XYILBIA MCN1-11-:LY Floyflarla ELVVYN ROACII A-1 pple Spfriw gx MARIE Toon Gawse ALICIA Mr:RCA1m L11 Fvria MARX' FRANCES S111-:PPARI1 lV11f'n BERNICE YVHITE Florence LOUISE M00RI-3 Grven1'ille BETTY J 0 TAYLOR Pecos LN' MAE YVILSON Mt. Calm Page 53 ,Is , ef 4? , ' ' ' ' .I kk,k i I N W -W P Y ,ww V,y I x:-: I LEDEORD ALEXANDER H 01121014 HENRY EADS Ft. W'orth ROY GRAVELY C fl rrollton DENE HENDERSON HOIPIIS, N. IW. Page 54 IWSN' A K A ELIAS ARREDONDO Houstfm ELTON FORD S1116 mio ffl' FORREST GREEN Dial ROY HOLCOMB :1IC.TllTlfIf'T -dqfgk V ,1 ,wa 1 LOVIS JOE IJOI'GI,AS BOSCO CAI.I.AwAY DAVIS IJIIHIIS Bronte' J11c'l.'s0II Ville MAVRICE MANUEI. XYILLIE FORD GARCIA GARZA Splvnrlorrl I'1Ir1r1' IIMWIO JOIIN BEN BRUCE GRIFFIN HARMON HAYS Hmlrlv SIHTIVIIIII Hnuslrnz CLYDE v RAY MARc'I:I.I,I's IIORERT J INKINS RIRKLAND KI,I-IRERG KLEBI-:Rez Trvntorz f1I'IlNfIfflI1S f:Illl'1"Sf07Z f:IIIl'l"Sf07L ALEX BICKLEY Awisfclnf Szlg:-:22'z'1'sO1' 'gags ,, R-J , 'S . 5 L ' ' , J. XV. UI-IAN E rv rmrz 71 RALPII GISSLER Houston NELSON HAYS Houstun RRUYVN LEE KNIGIIT San Bemto 'r K LOI'IS IIII-ITZEL w S1111 ,lnffnzio XVAYNE GOUGH D671 ton, GORDON H!-IGXVOUU H 0IlSf07I LEUN ARD LAAIBI-:RT I ,ll I las f 2 MAL'R1c'r: LRBLANC I nrt .'lrflm1' HHRSIIPIL MoL'ToN I or! T1 rfb ll 1' J. W. REI-:VHS 'Ort A rflzur MILTON STR1-:GER H11 H1 illon EVGIHINI-I M.xGNL's gill! .lllffllfill lIAIA'UI.M PAFI-I Holmfnn If 1.m'ln R11.m' Ft. IVU,-th FIN ICT: TAYLOR Sllll nz rovk JnslcPH M,xRsx1AI,L ffff 6 ll HAH! UTI in I'EN1x fllim nlrz GARLAND Rrssl-31.1. ljllfllf RUC!! AARUN T I 1 1-:RIUT Puff .fl rflf an VICTOR HIATTH IPISICN Hrzllinye 1' I-'RANUISCU PEHEZ Sun .1 ntonin JAMES SHALL: S1111 .lnfonin Irovuz '1'rmMPsuN Sm ilwy J OE XYOOD .S zzpmwsor EARLY M 1' Ym' JIIIJII-.wl11g4'1'H4' E max T: P11-:RCY T11 rlfrjf JL'1,u'S SEI-IGI-IR flrmsv Crwfl.' HARLEY Y ICKRRY Hvflrn JERRY NIIK Vs 1'I.Cf0l'I.4I H11,1.x' PORTER 1311 Has FRANK Smrsux Su 11 .K nfmzio R1-:RT YYILLIAMS Ft. Worth CARROL MUUN ffllf7lSl'fH4 Ton IZANKHQ I40l'lCN4'j,l XYESLEY SToNH lx fljfilft, HARRY XVOLTERS Lf' zvis ville Prjjc 7-5 'T il 1? i 40 EIFILS 1LL1E MAE AL1c+: Rosa ALLEN BARROW Royse City Core BEATRICE COLENE CARLSON CLARK Brady Mlmdflll Esm MAY ADELA Hnns JAKE Bronson Shiner Page 56 UUFHVIITUIZIY J1-:SSH-1 MAE BOLTON - lfills Faint EVA CUMMINGS Moslzeim LOLA BOW Kauffman MATILDA GILLESPIE A ustin CORA CLINGER Superifiwr T 1 1 I-ZLRIA ROVVI-IR Houston GRACIA GONZALES Mission r..- FRANCES BROOKS .-1 zlstin BEATRICE GOODMAN A ustin on-, v-Q Elf? -J .cub GIRLS' DDFQIVIITUFQY BETTY MAY LEGG1-:rr Dallas J IRLIIENI-I Ross IlCl7'l.S ANITA Lozfxxu Laredo I.oYs Scum' I'i1LvllL1z rl 'r- 1 L FLORA MART1 Houston MARVEL SPENCER Sun A ntonfn Mzvz. A NINUE A RNOLD Supervisor Jon NNII-I LEE NICIIOL Dallas CONCEPCION f V ILLALQBOS Suu Antonio FANNIE OLIVER J asper BONNIE XVILLIAMS Benauides . I I DON BOBBIE ANDERSON BARLOW Bzg Spring Dallas BURON DONNELL BELT BRYAN Dallas Graham BOBBY GENE HALLMARK HARKNESS Pampa Seagorille OLON EARL LOWRANCE LUTHER Floydada Sour Lake Page 58 X, A .WHS . fa! mf, ' mf ,av 'r M. J. BARROW Cove VVILLIAM BUCHANAN Dallas JERRY HASSELL Kermit HAROLD MCDONALD Puri Neches EEIYE' BILLY BASHAM Slaton CIIRISTAL BUELL ' Denton H. C. HEBERT Port Neches DREW VERHEYDEN Supervisor DUFHVIITUFIY A N DREVV CARTER BECKHAM BHARDEN Part Arthur Dallas H. C. G. W. COLLINS HALEY Ft. Worth. Crverlmoqz MELVIN BILLIE HOFFMAN LAYMAN Waco Ft. Worth X . qs N' ak? 19 EBUYES UUFQMITUFWO RI'I-:BI-:N MCGIIIL lVeIIington RUBI-:N PI-:RALES H ollston NIR! M SIII-:LTON Bzlclclzolts ROBERT MlI,I.PIR Efwtlrz nr! XVILLIS PILKINTON u'L'Ilf1lCl'fO'l'LI JUNIOR TODD Ihvxtlzvrford JOII N M ITC I I I:LL Big Spring BOBBY PORTIIR 1,11 Ilus LAWRRNCI-I URRANI-:K Iowa, Colony MRS. NAN BRADFORD Sll2JCl"UiS0?' LIJI-1 MONTPIZ Suu .-lnimzio HOWARD . RANDALL r1I'f,n 'uf-illf' ARNOLII VOGT Victoria EIIWIN OLIvI:R Saint Jo HR!-IVARIJ IIOIIGRRS Gatos P1110 WI:LImON WIISTAIORI-:I,ANI1 H ouxton R. D. YOUNG Beaumont H OWARD PACE Houston TRAVIS SESSION: to TIIOMAS XVITIIROV Dallas YSQUIER GENARO I Edcouci Page 59 RUBY ACHEE Groves JUANITA EASLEY Blanket RUNELL J AY Overton Page 60 Lois AUTRY Phillips EDELVINA ELIZONDA McAllen GERALDINE Lmor San Antonio EI FHJ3' UCIIZHVIITUIQY RUBY BLANCO Port Artlzur V1RG1N1A Glu, A lrarado JUHANNA BURGIIARIJT San Antonio J EAN GROOMS Cooledge MRS. WILLI1-J CUMMINGS Supervisor MARY JANE CUUPER Ft. Worth JESSIE HANEY Afton GLADYS DYESS Houston MARIAN J ACOBSON San Antonio EIQLS AEUUIQIVI I TCIFW ff DOROTHY LOVELESS Galveston MARY MONROE Dallas LAURA MCCURDY Valley Mills VVANIJA PARKER Dallas SUE MCDANIEL Mission GEN1-:VA PEAKS Ilallafs FRANCES MANGRUM Dallas MARY ANN PEKAR Gra rzger MRS- RUTH MCLAURIN Supervisor MOLLY MILLER Eastland J ENNIE LEE ROACH Apple Springs MAXINE WH ITELEY Da llas GERALDINE MONROE Denison THELMA J1 SEALEY N echyes MAXINE YVRIGHT Glaziefr Page 61 ROSS ADAMS W orth ANDRO STAMENTE Laredo OY MAX FLOYD , Roby LARRY HARMON Whitesboro Page G2 4' R. -xx f Q2 4' A . ff' 5 A I .QA F5 F, 1 2 :A- , Z . A' I " iii,- - of W 19- I 'R -,My:2'ff. L 54 ,J I .+ JE ,f 1 , -I K , .Y - I A A f, ' - 1' ' - - ?' , I f 1 . ,vm , V' -1 I- V . "-vmf' f ' A ' if A A I ' '2:- 2 K . ' 2 jf' X i iw! if 1 4 45 it W Y. gu i Z3 xx If BUYS DCDFQIVI I TOIQY W. H. ARTHUR Saltillo RICHARD CL -.RK Mu nday CHARLES FONDON Tim pson ARNETT BENNETT Cross Plains BILLY COLLINS Ft. Worth CLIFFORD FULLER Arlington WILLIAM BOARD I lallaus VERNON DONNELLY Houston ROBERT GEARIIART Mission JMIRS. MARGIE HALL Supe1'z'i.sor LEONARD BOYD Houston WILLIAM DOVER Kauffman LOUIS GENARO Beaumont DAVID BUNCII C on-icana JACKSON DUNAVIN Dallas RTLLIE GRIFFIN Buda V 1, 'Q al BUYS' DUI31lVI lTUI3Y WILFREII HOELSCII ER Lott JOY FRAN R MCKINNON Baytown JOE POOLE 1 'O mo ' KENNETH KANIPEJ Sun .,llIfo11i0 CHARLES fv1t1Ll'GlN S11 roy FRANKLIN POPEJOY E ru, JOHN MACON Houston LOWELL MONTGOMERY Tuholrrz OLEN PRICI-IR Frost XYALTI-IR IVIAREK A lwbott NICHOLAS PALACIOS l'f01!l'fl LEWIS RI-:IIIIS rpmv V11 risti IRS. KATHERINE BERNARD SIl1N'l'!'I.8Ol' IO- VAUGIIN WILLIE DIATTHEVVS MCELIIANEY Morton Pittsburg J AMES JAMES PEN YV PONDER Marietta Sun Augustin HARRY BOBBY RICIIARI1 SHEPPARD - uVlIif4'N1l07'U ' Conroe RUBIN MALCOLM SIMS TATE HIlIIfSI'illl' IVHCO Page 4133 MILDRED ANDERSON A ustin LAVERN CARLSON Brady PEGGY HENDERSON Harrisburg Page 64 VIRGINIA ANDREWS Houston ELOISE CARLTON Denton BETTIE HIGI-ITOWER Corpus Christi df' GIRLS DOOM :STORY MARY LEE ARMSTRONG Hamlin GERALDINE COKER Crisp MARX' BARNETT Manor RUBY DALE DORSEY +fFH7'IPlPVSI'ilI? IWRG. WILLIE CUMMINCS Szlperrisor OLGA DIARY ANN DIRRERA DOOZIIIEE Falfzlrrias Rofccoe MARX' ALICE ROMILDA FISHER HARRIS Fabens H011 Mend A GIRLS' EJUFQMITUFQY JUANITA ALICIA LUSTI-JR MARTINI-Il Lll1?I70Clx' ' Larezlo 'MINOA FAE GWI-JNIIOLYN ROGERS SMITII flofrsicanrl North I'lvr1-.-:unton f Ox Au- W, 3, 1 I ' ELIZABETH MELIIGIN Sa roy JEAN STANSI-:IL ' Buy Cffy K NOLA JOHNSTON Sl,LIN'l'IYI'SZJi' BONNIE ,NASII Weldon ROSE STOFI-'ELS 1:l1It'IlSfl"l' J ACQUELYN RAGSDALE Big Springs BETTY LOU TAYLOR San Antonio PATSY XVOODWARD Austin EVELYN RAINWATER H ico BOBBIE J EAI 'V ll I1-TEN Genoa FLORENCE ZIEGLETI San Antoni Page G5 DANNY BAKER Imllus CHARLES GRAF Mason CLIFFORD C IIEATHAM Troup AI.L1soN Ll-:WTER FI. IVOMIL MRS. HATTIE MAY Supervisor BILLY C0fZI'I'.I Fl, lfrrfll JACK 1'.I"CAI.'.oN f'.Yi".' I-:OSU JA:.n:s CRANE Canton NVILIAI xr, Nor:'.'1':L! c'lPI'IJ'llS C11 t VERNON PATH Tinzpson BENNIE S1MPsoN Trltum, N. ,Z .i TRAVIS JUAN TIIURI-IL PAYNE PHELAN Rosy: Wlzitvslmro Sun Antonio Buy City BILLY L. V. SIMPSON TuoRN'r0N M- Nocona Roclfport DUPONT WARD Supervisor EUGENE Roswl-:LL Houston C I I ARLES VVARREN Mon tagzw BOB SELZ Pilot Point JAMES WATSON Spur Page 67 ARNOLD BLOMDAIIL BONNIE CAMPER JODELL FINCIIER ERNESTINII GRIFFIN Page 68 - TROY BRISCOL ELMER CRENSIIAW RLTII FINCIIIJR DAY PUPILS J OAN B IIRNETT MELBA DAMRON XVILLIAM FLOIIRKE RICHARD ISA RNHTT FAY IJESMOND Q FRANKLIN ROSALEI-1 EI'I:I-PA CALIIOITN DOROTHY DONOIIO AMOS GAGI: GLYNN AILEI-IN MARGARET HAVIZNS HOIIS 110111: DOLLY CAMI-I-:N CARL FINCIIER GORDON GIBBONS ANNA HUTTON -6' ,S f U' 4- . X -If I .Vh, ff 1: 4 I1 2 O'- vgbkn RA-:DxI, JONE S "I'GI2-:E M I I ABB DOXALD SOXVELL XYAIIIAXCH NATYAY BI-1 TT Y KOEN IIIWISGII KN 11112253 DIARY TIDMORE DORHTTIX' W I I EELER 'U I lf? if IAJRAINH ONEIDA KRXISGEL LANG BOBBY GUAIIAIIPI: PLIIMLEY RODRIGUEZ TIIOMAS J. W. TIDMORE TUGKER GLYNN XVII ITTE MORE W. 0. LESTER AI'DIxE SMITII FLORANQE VICE BOBBY WOOD PEGGY BICCRAY XVELDON SMITH MARGARET XVALKI-IR DILWORTII YOUNG Page 69 .- , '. ful-1 , ' in, - 5:2 .31 'J Ji "" 4' li sf' . H , ..,. s gy F W A l.. i 'lik S . ,Q :Msg 1 M ,M . ga Q y .- . 4- ff 4 WE5 ' n W -v Q.. ti Q., . nav is Y s N 9 1 15'-f lgkfs w 0 Q..---' L -1 3 -nsnil" 73? 3-9' m -..,-Q ' R v , A mi--1 s .,Q44Q,hf4z , ,A W6'4?l5752s? ,X FAVQDRITES Popular Students of 1903 ------ Herbert Gunner, Clifton Talbot Ida Schoolmaker, Nettie Hines, Ina Keehn, Una Price 4 Y 1417 714 V ' r- i4 RlCi'l31d Thornton Nail Dryer Gough Pavalko Boyd Tnompson Favorltles of 1940 H I Y 9 Y ! 7 ! ' . s H - 4 Y - 'Wm' 6 i Q GEKFII HARRIQ QMRQ- TILDDN SMITHD A favorite of 1091 VERDENELL THORNTON md K VIRGINIA DRYER . ,E , f ...L JACK RICHARD My 4 KLEXAD DE PAVALKO G CHRISTINE BOYD s ga ,I Q M R? Q, 6 ,A+ 1 3 4 4 K. is 6 A MARGARET NAIL 'Q' 41 ,W- x 956 . 53 24 fwaifafiw ax. 4 WAYNE GOUGH -fr' 4 Aid e M N Q.- A Q N66 Q , Q - L. - A.. 452- 4. 54' ti 2 f ng 's,..g 'Q-g .df an N w K .ns i! KK. . , , . . ,- ,, D 1 "1 nge, I .. , I Q 4 Q, , ' Aa- . - 5.3. . Q. gi . , , ,fx 1'-A? ' '-all . - ,mf , A 1 ,, ', , , 't A ' A ' 9,4 , . ,LM-.1 A . J A V M, ' b 5 11 95 . , 4 i , , . 1 ? , A a ,I .m fg . 1 A "-ii Q? ,A ' A g 14, , 55 f V4 ,gfl , ' A , K 1 ' . - ' A A , 22-ig ,sg . f 3,1 .ff2+3QA7 . . ' , ' A A , ' ' . 1 A, , 'r , 5 fi'fk1'f'li ' 1' - f A k k ' 'A' gf , f 'A 'jgfil' f k ?5?Z3Aih,w w,m.ff?QQ,- .Qw.W4 - t I . ,- . if ' , ', -, A xv, ' , f-A I Jgffw A a i u' ' if q,5g.+,- 5,4 . WfAA,4,5, yfigx L ,rf w,E,:g3,v1, A a A, ' A , Q ,f V A' a 3 A f ', ,A ,YL-fA ' 1 ' ,,fw1w-vqm,. f' A , ,x - A ix ' if I " , I A A W A 1 , V A M A ' me AME! mm.. af? , mi? gm-ww "haw DOYLE THOMPSON IIBGANIZATIQINS Literary Society of 1892 'Gi A, W ,Ma mf, Q, Presxdems of Modern Orgamzatlonq L 1 - .Y . . K , . .- ,. as --- -,. - .. Top row: Millard Conaway, Willie Thompson, Mila Janak, Robert Fuchs, Lizzie Hines, James Smith, Royden Cole, Julius Morton, Oscar Smith Fifth row: Rosa Bendele, Beulah Christal, Willie Spangenberg, Della VVilliams, Clifton Talbot, Una Price, ChaHesHokhak Fourth row: Cyrus Thompson, Jesse Baker, Robert Chestnut, George Hyde, Mary Wells, Elma Wheeler, Katie Rasmussen, Ethel McElvany, Augusta Michalka, Lena Grimdy, Robert Davis, Albert Brackenbusch, Carl Biggar, Clarence Marsh, Solomon Burchardt, Otto Nixon, Henry Schlanser, George Brooks Third row: Ira Slayden, Edwin Moore, Ida Schoonmake r, Willie Beckham, Nettie Hines, Lena Bates, Lizzie RGGWESJPE1 Keehll, M3229 R3bOT11, Mali' Moore, Anna Dumas, Stacy Buman, Adolph Matthies, Meddie Stoc ar Second row: Edwin Carlson, Anna Coorpender, Alma Matthews, Delta Loveless, Emily Fariss, J, H, Wil- liams, Anna Bendele. Vera Sirley, Clark Pichett, Lizzie Curd, W'illie Carothers, Willie Kilgore, W. H. Davis, Virgie King, Eppa Hallum, Iris Isbell Bottom row: Herman Stanley, Seab Weldon, Charles Stovall, Bessie Walker, Mamie Thomas, Alice Causey, Otis Slayden, Roy Geer, Calvin Corgill THE ADVANCE LITERARY SOCIETY 119001 The literary society dates back to 1885 and owes its beginning to Dr. J. W. Blattner, former principal, now superintendent of The Okla- homa School for the Deaf. The name was changed to the Emily Lewis Literary Society in honor of Miss Emily Lewis, first girl pupil of the school and later, teacher. One of the most ardent supporters of the society, she not only helped the members prepare their programs, but also often took part herself, telling stories from her experience or from books she read. This scene from a play is rather a striking one in contrast to the modern stage settings available in our present auditorium. The young ladies in this picture will be remembered as Lizzie Payne, Zelia Prescott, and Gertie Harris. MW Page 82 First Semester Second Semester .lack Richard .... President .... A. C. Hill Alex Pavalko.Vice-President.Alex Pavalko Verdenell Thornton .Sec'y. John Randolph Page Miller, Tittle, Farley, Hensley, Smith, Garcia, Zapalac, McCallum, Taylor, Faucett Zafereo, Zapalac, Haynes, Amezcua, Mitchell, Randolph, Gott, Young, Davis, White, Ford, Corley Massoletti, Bl'OLlSS2llli, Slavin, Scott, Geddie, Br own, Mr. Davis Targac, Bradbury, Walker, Whitaker, Edwards, Loring, Haaf, Stephens, Beck, Hill, Mayfield, Hope Helms, Nantz, Dillard, Schlather, Smith, Thomas Farmer, Timberlake, Bryant, Sheppard, Cotter, Gleinser, Ballard, Marquardi Bal ntine, Sm th, Carl- son, Jordan, Cravey, Young, Dryer, Clark Yillalobos, Barrow, Pratt, Payne, Pavalko, Thornton, Richard, Williams, Pearson, Fitch, Russum THE EMILY LEWIS LITERARY SOCIETY The membership of the present-day society is restricted to the rotat- ing classes from the seventh grade up. The programs are varied. partici- pants giving short articles, stories, current events, jokes, debates, mono- logues, dialogues, or short plays. At times general discussions are enjoyed hy the students. The society meets under the leadership of a teacher, who is usually on the program. He or she acts as one of the judges for the dehate or as a critic as the occasion demands. OFFICERS Miss M. Hornsby, Seim, Piercy, Alexander, Mrs. Wood livzins, Poker, Crawford, Kee, Matthews Y lleun, Pape. Tutt, Simmons, McINeely, Miss Webb, Mrs. Rhodes Matthiesen, Risner THE FUN CLUB 'Ve Ifun Cluli wat: oi""n1ii"efl in October 19239 lulyinfi' as its purpose to test-fi soc-iul grrace to its riemhers, tu ffiye the girls the opportunity to nerve :is liostesses, und to efrlrle them to plan and buy udyisedly. It meets i' the Girls' Reading Room "here frames of various sorts are played. flonthly dues are colleflod to defray expenses OFFICERS President . . . . . . Arnold Blomdzthl Vice-Presideiit . . . . . . Mildred Risner Secretary ...,. . . . Jane Loudermilk Treasurer . . . . Victor Matthiesen Sponsors . . Mrs. Alice Rhodes M1's. lnez Wood Miss Erna Webk Miss Myrtle Hornsby Page 84 'aa 4 ' xv Nm . .gfiw i.5.l-1' L ,Q . rx A U Miss Smith. Williams, Moulon, Thompson, Miss Franklin, Gough, Klcberir, lic-iivfielcl flrs. liigxslwe Marshall, Taylor, l,ang'lcy, Nail, liielrler, lford, Koen, lionoho Hodges, Hoes, Isaacks, Boyd, Nanny, Griffin Mc-Vey, Holcomb TI-IE DRAMATICS CLUB The Dramatics Club by furnishing: some entertainment for the school helps to establish self confidence in its members. It has Dl'GS6l'1t9Cl several programs, including a Tll2l.llliS'i'lVll1Qf pantomine and Christmas tahleaux. When programs are to he given, frequent practices supplement the week'y meetings. The members have enjoyed several parties this year. OFFICERS President ...... . . Christine Boyd Vice-President . . . . . Early McVey Secretary .. ......... Roy Holcomb Sponsors .. .. Miss Norine Franklin Miss Gladys Smith i Mrs. Myra Rigsbee Page 83 M1'. llavis, Lamb, Gott, llueitt, Chapman, Miller Nantz, White, Hartnett, Przyborski, XYhit'eley, Spittler Broussard, Thomas, Haaf, Helms, Mayfield, Randolph, Slavin Hope, Stephens, Walker, Cox, Ford, Young JZ TI-IE BOWLING CLUB QMANUALJ Thi clulf while giving its members excellent exercise and recreation, does no . mand of them severe physical strain. The bowling alley is among the best in the state, but it had not been used much until this school year. Now, there is a friendly rivalry among! the boys of the Combined School and those of the Oral School. They have been tossing black niineralites down the niaples to the best of their bowling ability. GFFICERS President .. .. Frederick Stephens Sponsor . . ...... W. H. Davis Page 86 OFFICERS President ...... . . Anna Hutton Vice-President ..... ..... A lma Moore Secretary-Treasurer ..... Freda Hargrave Reporter .......... Maxine Higginbotham Sponsors ...... Miss Ruth Dunn Page 87 vi' Miss Dunn, Spence, Persky, Mitchell, Thomas, Miss M. L. NYilliams Miss I.. Williams, Roach, White, Mullins, Oliver, Hamontree, Carona, Miss Tinnin lbrigxgers, McCallum, Jones, Loader, Fulbright, Popejoy, XVilson, Human Hargrave, Fitch, Brigam, McCray, Mears, Sheppard, Hart, Hig'ginbotham, Moore if THE HIKING CLUB J The Hiking Cluh was organized in the fall of 19239 with thirty-three grirls registering. The purpose is to enjoy nature, and all have been very enthusiastic hikers. They take one lone' hike each month and enjoy their supper outdoors. Each member pays ten cents a month for duers out of the spending money she is allowed to have. Miss Lucille Williams Miss Mary Lee Williams Miss Helen Tinnin Mr. Brown, Zapalac, Scott, Brown Taylor, Zafereo, Hensley, Tittle Pavalko, Hill, Farmer, Massoletti, Richard THE BLUE AND WHITE CLUB By nurelv social activities the Blue and White Club helps to forni closer an'l more friendly relationships ziniongr the boys of the Junior and Senior classes. It "cas forriefl in 1930, and meetings are held on call by the president. Dues are collected through contributions each nionth. OFFICERS President ................ Robert Brown Vice-President and Secretary .. S. E. Scott Treasurer ................ Henry Zafereo Sponsor . . . . . Homer Brown Page 83 wife: ,A n HM f -1-W i .-gg ,,,,,.., OFFICERS President ...... . . . Verdenell Thornton Vice-President . . . .... Virginia Dryeig Secretary ...... ....... H azel Fitch Treasurer ........ . . Margaret Gleinser Honorary Sponsor ..... Mrs. E. R. VVright Regular Sponsor .... Miss Lucille Garrison Page 89 'x Miss Garrison, Thornton, Mrs. Wright Dryer, XVhitaker, Gleinsvr, Smith, Bradbury Russum, Jordan, Young, Sheppard, Marquardt Payne, Timberlake, Fitch, Bryant, Cotter THE BLUE BONNET CLUB Colors-Blue and VVhite Flower-The Blue Bonnet Club Song-The Blue' Bonnets Sloran-"Be helpful - Be big sisters in every possible way." The second club to be organized by girls in this sehool, The Blue Bonnet Club Caine into being in 1926 to aid the establishment of high standards of Christain character. At the time of its organization it was the only girls' club, the first having been dissolved. Older girls, mostly Seniors and Juniors, compose the nieinbership- Dues are twenty-nve Cents a month. ' Tinajero. Nantz. Cox, Hill, Farmer, Walker, Mr. llavis McCallum, Farlx-y, Faucctt, Randolph, Zafcrvo Tdtde, Scott,l'ord, Hrowwn Ihchard Broussard, Davis, Young, Targac, Hensley, Garcia, Lamb, Edwards Stephens, lleck, Haynes, Mayfield, Pavalko, Blassoletti, Geddie, Thomas TI-IE BOYS' READING CLUB Through the efforts of R. L. Davis, this club was reorganized last fall for the first time in many years. All of the boys residinsz in the Mechanical Buildinq and a few in Mr. Ford's dormitory belong to the club. Money contributed by the members pay for subscriptions to the masa- zines and newspapers, which are placed in the reading rooms in the old principal's house. This opportunity for reading current periodicals ena'tleS the boys to know what is going on around them. UFFICERS President ........... . . Jack Rlchaid Secretary-Treasurer . . S. E Scott Sponsor .......... .. R. L Davis Page 90 President ..... .. Genevieve Pratt yice-President ..... .. Bonnie Williams Program Chairman ...... Bonnie Williams Secretary .......... Concepcion Villalobos Treasurer ..... .. . Alice Rose B211'1'O'i',' Social Chairman .. Beatrice Carlson Spoizsur ....... .. Miss Texana Faullz 'Xxx-'e 91 Williams, Pratt, Villalobos, Miss Faulk Barrow, Cummings, Bower, Scott Carlson, Brooks, Wisdom, Gillespie, Spencer THE MERRYMAKERS CLUB Colors-Red and White Flower- Bed C?t1'IW2ltlO11 To have a good time and to help others be happy and have 21 good time are the aims of the Merrymzmkers. A party, hike, Weiner roast, or some such entertainment is planned for each week. OFFICERS , f 2 Miss Kone, Miss Haigler, Kleberg, Sexton, Mrs. Smith Simpson, Eads, Moon, Ford, Davis Reeves, Lambert, Hays, Wallace, Rankin BOY SCOUTS Motto-"Be prepared" The Boy Scouts are affiliated with the national organization and follow the policies set by that body. They will be a member of the Capital Area Council. The purpose is to develop leadership and training. Boys who are at least twelve years of age may join, and at present there are thirty scouts registered. National dues are fifty cents. There are no local dues. OFFICERS Scoutmaster . . . ......... Alex Bickley Sponsors .. V. .. Miss Haitley Haigler Miss Roberta Kone Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Scout Committee .......... E R Wiight Charles Weyerman Q Axis Miss Searight, Miss Compton Moore, Reid, Johnson, Foster Iilankenship, Jz.y, Goebel, Chaffin, P. Cable Incobson, llurghardt, Denny, Whiteley, Haney, J. Cable GIRL SCOUTS Slogan-"Girl Scouts build character." Colors-Blue and White. Troop 26 was organized October 18, 1939. The girls earned the monev for their dues by selling candy- Their banner is in blue and white. Aims of the members are to do their duty to God and their country, ta holy other people at all times, and to obey the Girl Scout laws. OFFICERS Leader . . . . . . Miss Harybelle Searight Lieutenant . . . . Miss Sunshine Compton McCallum, Haynes, Faucett, Beck, Farley M1'. llilorio, Loring, C. Smith, Garcia Dillard, Elwood, Tinajero, llayis THE LONGI-IORN CLUB The Longhorn Club was organized seven years ago by Frank Keith and Everado Ugarte. The members meet to play ,frames or to enjoy other types of entertainment. Guests are invited to some of the parties, and the members learn hoi' to lze hospitable and polite. The monthly dues are tweiil y-five Ce President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer . . . Committee . . A Sponsor .. OFFICERS . . ..... J. C. Haynes . . . . . Amadeo Tinajero ...... Leon Beck . . Elwood Faucett Fred Loring Denny Davis John Farley .. . Jim Dilorio Page 94 -. . H OFFICERS Co-leaders 2. .Mildred Ris- ner, Verdenell Thornton Sponsors: . . Miss Winallln Griffin, Mrs. Mildred Cary Page 95 16 . ' . 6 . " Q ' .ie 9 . ...-. S S , . . 5, at Y , if 'FQ , I lf? . ' ? v Q Miss Griffin, Simmons, Thornton, Risner Spence, Loudermilk, Dryer, Pearson, Tutt, Nail Evans, Marquardt, Langley, Bradbury, Jones, Seim, Persky Crawford, Pekar, Gleinser, NVhite, Russum, Nix, Hargrave, Fielder Wilson, Yillalobos, Sheppard, Matthews, Smith, Benefield, Moore, Cotter Pape, Fitch, Ford, Cravey, Kee, Higginbotham, Smith, Mullins I.lcNeely, Boyd. Hamontree. Nanny, Payne, Fitch, Isaacks, B1'lg'21lll, Taylor PEP SQUAD Chosen because of good posture, marching ability, uniform size, and cooperation, fifty girls composed the Pep Squad for this past year. They not only boosted the football team, but also furnished entertainment for the crowds between halves. They learned several yells and were led in them by Mildred Risner, Verdenell Thornton, and S. E. Scott. The girls are looking forward to getting complete uniforms and hope to get at least the jackets for next year. In the future the sponsors plan to make the Pep Squad more of an honorary organization and provide for the election of officers. alma, . , 'r O 'f .4 Q Q 39,03 fm 1, llietzel, Callaway, Russell, Garcia, Scale, Magnus Struger, Garza, Kirkland. Tl1Cli1'l'. liniglit. Hays Bliss l'ornshy. 'l'owei'y, .-Xiwcclomlo, llc-gwoocl, lk-nix, v.vlllti1'lTl0l'l', Pace, Porter, Miss XYel1.4ter Le Blanc, Green, Riley THE BOWLING CLUB QORALQ Slogan-e' More strikes and fewer splits." PiirposofRecreation and good sportsmansliip. Teziiiis-llliies and Whites. Cziptaiiisi Louis Dietxel and Inlay Kirklzuicl. QFFICERS President .......... . . . Maurice LeBlanc Secretary-Treasurer . . . . .L Forrest Green Reporter ......... ....... F loyd Riley Sponsors . . . . . Miss Leah Hornsby Miss Jessie Webster Page 96 Top row: Elizabeth Stanley, Laura Haney, Nettie Mims, Mary Bendele, Matilda Cornwell, Emma Meadai' Second row: Susan Oliver, Joanna Risinger, Annie Seipp, Amanda Coin, Mary Jones, Georgia Stanley, Alice Yiilson, Louisa Durham Bottom row: Zelia Prescott. Mattie lloyer, Gertie Harris, Lizzie Payne, Ellen Fagan, Ella Westmoreland GIRLS' MARCHING CLASS OF 1892 ln 1892 marching was believed to be the best means of training young ladies to have a graceful carriage and posture. Anything more strenuous for the weaker sex was unheard of. 'Ihis group of girls represents a class in marching. They met every school day and for forty minutes Went through a routine of rhythmical steps and marching. This class was under the direction of G. H. Putnam, now of the Illinois School for the Deaf. 4, ln spite of hampering long skirts, girls of the early 1900's sometimes engaged in bicycling. These would-be modern ex-students are lla Smith, Gertie Harris, and Maggie lelaborn "age 97 Company B Mr. Drown, M. Klebergg, Seeger, Piercy, Gough, Matthiesen, Mr. XYood, Holcomb, Dcan, Thompson, Magnus, Simpson, llietzel, Gravley, Russell, Rankin, B. Kleberg, Davis, Arredondo, LeBlanc, Call- away, Moon, Seale, Riley, Streger, Hays, McYey, M. Pace, Mouton, Eads, Lambert, Kirkland, Mikus, M. Ford, Reeves, Perez, E. Ford, Marshall, Williams, Garza, Green, Bosco, Garcia, Knight, Wolters, Taylor, Theriot, Hays, Porter, Henderson, Stone, l'eNiX, JCnkiY'l5,H3Y'm0I1, HPg'W00d- MILITARY CLASS The Military Organization was started in 1928 with Seth Crockett serving as the first student officer. Mr. Crockett is residing in Austin now and is president of the Austin Chapter of the Texas Association of the Deaf. This department provides for a form of training that in many schools throughout the state takes the place of physical education. It is run similar to the various R O T C units. UFFICERS Major ............ Jack Richard Adjutant . . . . . . Robert Brown Captain of Co. B . . . Julius Seeger Page 98 Captain of Co. A ............ S. E. Scott 4 Commandant .......... J. Homer Brown, Page 99 Company A Mr. Brown, Hensley, Hill, Richard, Massoletti, S. E. Scott, Pavalko, Brown Ford, Hartnett, Zafereo, Farley, Dueitt, Przyborski, Mille r, Spittler, Gott, Haynes Taylor, Tittle, Farmer, McCallum, White, Chapman, Fauc ett, Lamb, Geddie, Beck, Nantz, Loring Zapalac, Slavin, Whiteley, Randolph, Hope, Edward, Bro ussard, Dillard, Thomas Davis, Helms, H. Scott, Mayfield, Haaf, Cox, Garcia, You ng, Tinajero, Walker, Stephens MILITARY CLASS The purpose of the military organization is twofold. It facilitates the control of a large group of men, and it teaches good citizenship through self-discipline and self-control. The bovs learn how to receive and obev orders of authority. The boys in the Mechanical Building form what is knovfn as Company A, and the boys in the old dormitory, Company B. OFFICERS Second Lieutenant of the Organized Reserves . idea 9 v 1 V -iiss ilornsby, Miss Capron Groom ', Monroe, lxI2lllf.1'l'lllN. Higrhtowcr liasley, Miller, Barnett, Wright, Taylor, Rodgers lioach, Carlton, l'ekar, Luster, Love-less, Coker, Carlson IME RHY1 I-ilvi BAND Colors: White and Blue Motto: "We beat time to rhythm and rhymef' The Rhythm Band was formed to teach appreciation of music and to supplement the training that the children receive in school. It is composed of about twenty girls ranging! in age from eight to ten. Children must have an understanding' of the different kinds of time before they are eligible for this work. A chart of a composition is made with each line of the musical staff containing the heats and rests for a certain instrument, as follows: First line: drum and Woodblock. Second line: sticks and sandpaper blocks. 1 Third line: tambourines and jungle cloirs. Fourth line: hanrlhells, Fifth liner triangles. SPONSORS Page 100 Miss Exa Hornsbx Miss Lillian Fapron ,X L Q !h s. r 5- tw' -eg A A - w -s -4? ..--Q 'ys H51 wr' ' H' A I N Q ' 5 4 J? "3 Fd 'Ffa gg. f H 'xg sf 1 MRS. RIGSBEE EWING HELMS Miss SMITH Sponsor . . Administration Groups ...... Favorites ..... Organizations . . . Campus Life . . . Athletics . . . Humor ...... Advertising . . DIVISION S ALTON YOUNG Miss Elouise Max' . . Mrs. Myra Rigsbee .. Miss Gladys Smith Miss Claire Crockett . . . . Mr. Robert Davis Miss Golcla Caldwell . . . . . Mr. Jim Di Iorio . . . . Miss Virginia Allen . . . . Mr. Clyde White M1'. Homer Brown Mrs. Mildred Cary Miss Winallin Griffin Miss CRQCKET1' Miss CALDWELL OTHELLA SPENCE MR. DI IoR1o HERsuEL Mourox ALEX PAVALKO Miss ALLEN THE TOWEF23 STAFF K VIRGINIA l7RYl-IR MR. llAVlS JACK RICIIARII MAI'RICI-1 Forum MISS MAI STUDENT HELPERS Ewing Helms Alton Young Virginia Dryer Jack Richard Maurice Ford Othellzl Spence Hershel Moutou Alex Pavalko Weldon Tittle XYZIYIIC Gough WI-:I.ImoN TITTI.I-: MR. Brzowx MRS. CARY WAYNI: GoI'cIII MISS GRII-'FIN MR. XX IIITE TH E TQWEPQS V If STAFF LEE KNIGHT Mirennzti Mas. JEWELI. HAGE P. H. Amixis Ti-IE LONE STAR The Lone Star, a hi-monthly newspaper put out by the students, is printed for the benefit of students and parents interested in events on the campus. It was created to give the printing classes material with which to work. This publication has undergone several changes. It was preceded hy The Mute Ranger, a monthly issued from 1879 to 18913, and The Juvenile Ranger, a weekly printed from 1887 to 18933. The merging of these two resulted in The Lone Star, a monthly magazine. Since deaf boys have a hetter chance to get jobs printing newspapers rather than magazines, The Lone Star was changed to the former to give the students experience along this line. Jack Hensley Hazel Fitch Bobby Kleberg Wayne Gough Zafereo Doyle Thompson Dolly Canipen Paul Zapalac John Randolph fa -11? C. E. BALLARD MRS. f.U EMMA SYKES B. C. XYESTDROOK THE LG. .E STAR STAFF EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ...... .... . IACK HENSLEY ASSOCIATE EDITORS ............... .... B ODDY KLEBERG HAZEL FITCH REPORTERS Sports ........... ............. . . . HENRY ZAFEREO WAYNE GOUGH Clubs vm! SOPI'!'fI-PS ........................ . . . XVELDON TITTLE, VERDENELL THORNTON, CHRISTINE BOYD. Fvatzfms ........................................ DOYLE THOMPSON PAUL ZAPALAC, DOLLY CAMPEN, JOHN RANDOLPH. Srlzool News and Locals ............................ . . . A- C. HILL, MARGARET NAIL, EARLY MO VEY, LUOEAL CRAVEY. Jrlilifary ........................................... ROBERT BROWN ROY HOLCOMB SPONSORS ...................................... L. K. MITCHELL, C. E. BALLARDQ MRS. LU EMMA SYKES, MRS. JEVVELL HAGE, P. H. ADAMS, B. C. VVESTBROOK- A. C. Hill Margaret Nail Early Mc Vey Luceal Cruvey Weldon Tittle V erdenell Thornton Christine Boyd Robert Brown Roy Holcomb t L' ,gm-'S The annual staff plans THE TOWERS . . . Miss Allen, Maurice, and Weldon have an idea . . . A. C., Bobby, and Jack talk over Lone Star problems . . . Wonder what the coaches and co-captains are planning now? . .. Miss Caldwell gets a picture of Othella taking a picture of Frank . . . Miss G. Smith and Mrs. Rigsbee give instructions to Ewing, Alton, and Wayne . . . M1'. R. Davis, Jack, and Hersliel examine the first annual proofs from the engraver. 4 xxx CAMPUS LIFE In the good old days IA It s just as good today l , N , Q 1 l d i 1 Q i ! I 4- ,. 1 1 1 1 . 4 11 1 ' - l' 2 c . 211 . Al' tm vretp 79'Ol'1' ll 1 cl' saw 2111 -1 2 s Nuw, nm' X 'e I1 11 '1 i11,,'i ozxsj X 10111 s the horscl . '1s OL 0 - 12111111 "All z1l1r::11'1lf" .Xi thr- stz1t1o11. 'I'h1'c10 lwllm-s. "l'hv M2111 xvhfl i'o1110.+ -X1'0u11d". lim-111'l1 w:11'1111-1's. Sum- au .ve -A 9 ,- cu. -x ,- 'ii L A ' 1 'Fx V4 ,Qi 1- 1 pa 'Mk ,eh Girls' Industrial Building and e Corner". Mr. Huffman, Mr. Wright, and r "'lll Ebert The beginning' of a snowman - 0 1 it? A lump of femininity. Some seniors posin' in the snow. "Who will blindfold this old snowman for me 7" Yum, yum - where's the cake? Duck and grab f- or get hit! Who said girls can't fight? Mr. and Mrs. Wright looking over addition to the campus. "Who threw that snowball?" Little Bobby Jean. 'AWQ need a driver!" Take your time, there'5 enough to go around. "Yea, team fight!" The snow chorus. Page ll0 L X I 11" dw, 43 FB A ' '1 Kalki ,-' I- ' -gl fi. .o ' ,-, y, 4 E EW, if 44' ,ad 1:9 ug . . ,, X . w , I' :W-' G1 V. :Qs wg, .,'g,1'. 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Oral School cooks Taylor is alwajfs hanrly, lloatly for 21 clz1y's work. Combined School cooks, Up and :lt '0m, John! Dining room girls -- Vom- bined School. llenry He-rgotz hm-lps in bt-atitifying the 1-umpus. t'LvllL'l0 John", ll graml old man. Mrs. Koiimirly. Mr. Craven and Mr. l'ricst --s the HIlOVVl'l'H bt-hind tha throne. IPD -W' 1 13, Q x 'U 'if' , ,- ,1- 5 ,v 5 K x 'V axe' xt ' J. gi 5 . ' xg 2 Cl' ,ns Aw -45' 41' Q' 4 A E035 Ffwigw EE :aww if 5 was 3 Riggs swf? 259 Nw if X . .9 8 aff" is 'P 5? 1 uf- . x 1 1' 1 'fi M2 - ...W- ' 8 5 Y- ,JA Y .14 1 Pl ' '-,' ' ' . Qygxe rx WK' 4. if ' I 'L' .I M A 1, I ff 4 QW: Wi f, A 1 ' K 'fly - .31 hw . - . ry' J, ' fy w 5 , Q ,Y .4 9329 ,Lg K S Q .ff ii R, Q. if E ..- 1 iz 2 A 5 5. M f S ,1 A .4 V, x fe-'J ig ' L., ,Q s - "J L , "' ', .53 fi" S.. . s 1 a .r- fg' I ,-ff' f Q ' 1. . .1 f at an ' Ze ' -Q 4 YW' B: ms J xc' Bs ' a ,K Af? mf., .z.,., ,- we. B i -.r k Pvgf H' 'fx ui! 'Q , 'x" 2 ' 'Kari E. 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JIM D1 IORIO Schedule of 1939 0 - St. Ewards ......... 32 - Liberty Hill .......... 0 - San Marcos Academy 12 - Austin B Team ....... 0 - St. Edwards ........... 0 - Waco Methodist Home .. 6 - Austin B Team ....... 0 - Waco State Home 30 - Round Rock ...... 19 -- Arkansas . . . . . Total .... 99 Coach Jim Di Iorio graduated fl om Sam Houston State Teachers College in 1939, receiving his Bachelor of Science He played a regular guard position for the Sam Houston The Silents Vs. Arkansas School for the Deaf These two schools have developed a keen rivalry in the past two years. This snapshot taken in the Cotton Bowl, Dallas, shows Massoletti, Number 29, making a goo d gain around Arkansas iight end Other plavers starring for T.S.D. are Brown and Whiteley, and for Arkansas, Musteen, Grimes, and Smith ,, -...-v- .-7.--V. Coq' Coach Clyde White is a graduate of Sam Houston State Teachers College and at present is working on his Master of Science degree at The University of Texas. He was a backfield star of his Alma Mater, playing the quarterback position. CLYDE WHITE Texas School for the Deaf kicks off to the Methodist State Home. This was a hard-fought battle with the local boys losing 6 to 0. Massoletti and Brown turned in some fine play. VICTOR MATTHIESEN . . . 9. hard-driving buck . fast as lightning' . . . weighs 183 pounds considered as great timber for next fall made second All-South- western, DOUGLAS WHITELEY . . . 145-pound guard . . . mentioned On All-American team for his hard blocking and tackling made All- Southwestern. HAROLD MASSOLETTI . . , 1511-pound All-American hzxlfback from Marshall was selected for his elusive running' displayed great leadership, Robert Brown makes a smash toward the Austin Maroons' right side of the line. Texas School for the Deaf won 6 to 0. WAYNE GOUGH . . . a 154-pound quarterback from Denton . .. a hard blocker und an elusive run- ner zx shining' prospect for the coming Years. JAMES WALKER . . . a shifty back from New Boston, weighing 128 pounds . . a three-year letterman. MAURICE LE BLANC HARLEY VICKREY J. C. MORRIS . . . a back from Port Arthur . . . hard-fighting end . . . 1 . . 140 pounds of hard- weighs 145 pounds weighs 129 pounds due driving back slated to is due to see a lot of service to fill someone's shoes next fill Massoletti's shoes in th in the backfield next year. fall. backfield. Below is another picture of the rnel'ee between Arkansas and Texas. Matthiesen carries the ball around right end for a good gain. This great ball game ended with the hard-fighting Texans trailing 19 to 27. - ROBERT BROWN ALTON YOUNG GAIN0 GEDDIE ABEL GARCIA . . . co-captain . . . 220 . . . a backfielder . . . a three year man from . . . a46ackfield man . . . pounds . . . two-year tips the beam at 137 . . . Van . . . finishing his shifty and fast on his feet All-American fullback... noted for his defensive last year as fullback. . . . weighs 125 pounds. has one more year of play. 'competition Massoletti returns the opening kick-off against St. Edwards High School, Brown leading the way. A great combination, these two. V YY- N -. --... - - . -, AMADEO TINAJERO ELIAS ARREDONDO . . . 123-pound back from . . . 16 years old . . . weighs San Antonio very de- 125 pounds from Hous- pendable. ton. HJ MARCELLUS KLEBERG . . . 152-pound end . . . out- standing for his defensive play . . . to be counted on to hold down the same slot next fall . . . second A1l-South- western selection. ust before the battle .... We JACK RICHARD . . . turned in some fine playing at end . . . weighs 154 pounds ... a senior . . . was picked All-Southwestern. 99 , K . we,-5-,f LAWRENCE WHITE . . . 142-pound end and a very good man on of- fense . . . last year of competition. 'Q K J'.1'fv , Q. n wad' JAMES FORD . . . plays a great game of offensive ball at end position weighs 157 pounds. 5 fx . ALEX PAVALKO . . . 150 pounds of gen- uine guard . . . a good block e r and defensive player i Mi JOHN RANDOLPH . . . a hard-fighting tackle weighing 171 pounds . . senior this year. OCEAL LAMB EUGENE PIERCY PETE PRZYBORSKI alternated between center 16 years old weighs .. a Brenham contribution and tackle . . . weighs 160 162 pounds . . . plays a depend- . . .155-pound guard . . . com- pounds . . . showed outstanding able center . . . second All- plating: his last year. performance in both slots. Southwestern selection. Page 136 Ev QL" f wdiwlaf JAMES M'CAI,LUM JOHN FARLICY JAMES 'I -XX LOR IRI I7 LORINC . . . a powerful tackle . . hails from Groom . . . . . . an c d th it IIQXLI mo t depend ible ni in with a figrhting' heart . . . wcighs 1432 pounds . stops tryin weigh in the pi s weighs 200 pounds . . . plays cnd, 1,17 pounds second All-Southwostcrn sf-lcction. IGNACIO AMEZCUA RAY KIRKLAND plays tackle weighs . . . a liarcl-figliting taclilc . . . 145 pounds a vcry hard 15 ycars Olcl and wcighs 178 workcr always on the job. pounds . . . is slate-ml for a rt-gular position next year. .lf 51. :fb I BOBBY KLEBERG . . . 175-pound guard . . . lives in Galveston his sports- manship on the field was out- standing. gi Aly, . 1 Y f f 1' Y 1 . i 4: S6 A . i 4 , Q 0 . ' 0 ...J A 1 .. 5. . lv , . ff , 4.6 .. ff R Mfg o rsh. ' 1 Q ua- ,aes K. ,Q -u-.wi f Q yi-4 u FRANKIE CLARK 149-pound guard who is noted for his downfield block- ing and his defensive playing. .I f' 1,-:di-I 1- DOYLE"THOMPSON . . . 17-year-old guard . . . weighs 168 pounds . . . was very outstanding in his position, FRANCISCO PEREZ THURMAN DILLARD CURTIS SMITH EARLY M'VEY . . . a hard-playing' - - - 125-D0U12d back. . . . . . 145-pound back . . . . . Madisonville's 120- guard . . . weighs 120 W2S'21.hH1'd flfilhtel' 21l1d a hard and clean fight- pound halfback . . . . . p011ndS. 21 Wllllllg W0Y'k9l" er. small, fast, and shifty. Page 138 T CI UB AND SPONSOR Lamb Whlte McCallum Brown Rlchard M Wllght Spon Ol Mas olettl Clark Ixlrkland Lormg W'1lke1 Whlteley M Kleberg llercx layalko Gough Matthlesen Ford TROPHIES AND INDIVIDUAL AWARDS OF 1940 BASKET BALL TOURNAMENT Center T1ophy won by Alkansas flrst place team Extleme left trophy Won by Texas second place team Extleme ught trophy wx on by Oklahoma th11d place team Second from left won by Law1ence Whlte of Texas most valuable plaver Second from llgllt Won by L Musteen of Arkansas most sportsmanllke player Ind1v1dual balls won by Lawl ence Whlte and Pobelt B1 own of Texas G Robertson and L Musteen of Arkansas and Moses Mendez of Oklahoma ,D 7 y 7 9 F. ' 1' , S ', qs , , ' , , L ', , D' v 7 v. ' - . 9 Y 7 ' 7 .,7.w-.7.,....f-...-.a,.H ,-,f .W---.1-.-V,,, -,,.,,,, ,T , ,-,,-,, ,-,, ,,-.,,,,,1 f 5 again . I A K, l I i 1 V . . , ff , k 1 Q l f I P L 1 B . 1 kv ' v .MLM .. L, . 1 K ' , 4.-. 1 v n ' 4 -- , . . . - V ' '. Y - 1 5 , . . . . - , . . . "- , , t . . . "- , . , N . . . . . s. , . - v . ' U" iU 4.' 1 Q our ii 11+ xx11W IQ tn 1 0 1 'Xi N right T.s.D. JUNIQR TEAM This team received second place in the Junior City Basket Ball League after vfiiiuiiig t W el V e games out of eigh- teen. ROBERT BROWN . . . an outstanding player of the past three scflsons . . . stands G ft. 3 and plays c-enter. nn- E HAROLD ALTON YOUNG iVlASSOI.IC'l"i'l . . . :1 dependable ,,.5ft,8,,,u ca- guzu'd...5ft.8... pubic IDIZIXUI' complet- hflf U'21V9fi f0U" YPUVF ing' his IN' your of fm' T. D 1-oinpe i'ion. Snapshot of a scriinmafte genie. White taking' a free toss. LAWRENCE WHITE ... 5 ft. 10 - one of the best forwards in these parts - finishes his basket ball CZl.1'E3l' with honor, Victurt- of '1'vxas-Arkansas ggame, showing Thompson just after he had completed a free throw. GAIXO GHDDIE at splendid guard -- 5 ft. Sl. W.-XYNIC GOUGH .. ZlIl0ti1l'l' depend- zthlt- gtizmi 1 5ft. 8 4 has three more yt-urs to show his wares. JAMES FORD 6 ft. 1 3 ll side- x i court artist t-ompleting his lust. year of r r 'R w L AY- eligibility. Gough zitteinpting' to bring the ball down the floor in the game between Texas and Oklahoma. Page 142 Robvrt Brown jumping: for thv Lip-off' cluriug' 21 very enthusiastic gunna bo- tXVOfx'lI Varsity and sL1pm'viso1's. ICL'GIfINIC l'II-IRFY il 13-ft. fo1'wz11'd who plays ll very consistvut game of basket bull. DOYLE THOMPSON 5 ft. 9 - valued 215 21 member of the team, ARNOLD ISLOBIDAHL . .. ll guard - firstfyear man 4 5 ft. 9 A basket bull game about to get under-way. 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