Texas Wesleyan University - Txweco Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)

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Q k has VID5 4. - U f 2 Q , K 1337 Ze j ' Ur X X 'I .J X D I f . A if -vgllllf g- h - r ,Q L ,Q-1-1.-a'i"" .iE Three-wheeling for Shakespeare. Affer lhis nexf meal, diefing. J Hi' Y I'II slarlr il, l l hi X I fi ll W X X e girls discuss world evenfs in classrooms, buf a+ home . . . "l'll be as good lo you as you lel me be and as mean 'ro you as you make me be." gl li- -Nfy 1 L Qin Q 1-' 29? Nl .i X. X An enlargemenl' of a Chemislry professors mind lnof lhal if doesn'+ need if.l No Soap! WHAT A Nice BoY HE WAS- HE plguir.Au.'r X , MQE mf I-IES CMT0-vnsr i S, - HEiYnuTEb DM '573-T H XTR i..... J" ii 'M 'DEED Su i-mme ours Every school has places where sTudenTs lilce To congregaTe and chaT. Small groups oT lads and lasses can usually be Tound in groups abouT The campus. There are many such places on The Texas Wesleyan campus. buT There are a Tew ThaT are more TreguenTly used Than oThers. lvlany sTudenTs are known Tor The places ThaT They "T-lang OuT." The sTone benches are usually inhabiTed by couples in The warmer parT of The year, and many college romances have had Their beginning aT This very place. AT Times groups oT sTudenTs may be Tound here sprawling on and abouT These benches. The P. C. C. room is The gen- eral gaThering place Tor all The Town Girls. Perhaps more OT Their Time is sp?1T in This room Than 'any parT oT The ,schooyglliis is Their place oT reTiT elwhen iT is cold or when liakn 'exTra biT oT powder is need- To cover ThaT shiney nose. The Ram Trading Pos? is The lavorile hang-oul lor The splu- denf body as a whole. If is here fhal every sfudenf al some lime or anolher musl go 'ro use lhe lelephone, buy books, gel somefhinq fo eal, or +o cash a check. MR. WREN is a very likeable and friendly man, and he makes if a pleasure for all sludenls lo come lo Jrhe Ram Trading Posf for a place fo hang out The Band Room is a new parl of our College life. This is our Tirsl year To have a band room, bul il has become quife popular wifh many sludenls as a place To go lo praclice or To walch pracfice. , CZ? l.AW SON E, Presidenif A. B., A. M., WesT Texas Teachers Collegey TurTher graudaTe work, Leland STanTord UniversiTy. SuperinTendenT oT Schools, Panhandle, Texas, !927-I932. Texas Wesleyan College, 1932-. My congraTulaTions To you, Seniors OT I938, on having aTTained The goal seT Tour years ago Tor The compleTion oT your degree. You have worked and played TogeTher, helping direcT each year's group oT new sTudenTs as They regisTered. You have worlced sTudiously, played enThusiasTically, and direcTed and encouraged The Tellow sTudenT's willingly and helpTully. You have seT a sTandard ThaT will loe a challenge Tor oTher classes, and your Training and experience in college groups have TiTTed you Tor posiTions oT TrusT and leadership in The comrnuniTies in which you will live. l hope your years here have been happy ones, and ThaT The conTacTs you have made and The inspiraTions you have received in Texas Wesleyan College, will con- Tinue To be sources oT pleasure and proTiT To you ThroughouT The coming years. .53 l WALTER R. GLICK, Dean of The College Diploma, A. B., A. lvl., SouThwesT Texas STaTe Teachers Collegeg TurTher graduaTe work, UniversiTy of Texas, SuperinTendenT oT Public Schools TCII3-2'-7. Dean and PresidenT of Texas Wesleyan College oT AusTin, T929-T936. Texas Wesleyan College, I936-. To The Members oT The Senior Class and The STudenT Body oT Texas Wesleyan College: I wanT To emphasize ThaT The manTle oT civilizaTion is a garmenT woven by busy hands. paTTerned by educaTed minds, and should be adiusTed To The shoulders oT The world by Those having hearTs brimming wiTh The millc oT human lcindness. When you go TorTh To TighT The baTTles oT liTe, adiusT yourselves according To These precepTs, and remember Those oT us in The second line Trenches are sharing wiTh you your Triumphs and your deTeaTs. Carry Cn! WALTER R. eucx. My ,Mr-,,..Z,,, , 16534514 h--.9 1,.....ae,L-- ff L ADMINISTRATION PAUL CROUCI-I Regislrar are made in The school. .-:Q , B. S., Norlh Texas Slale Teachers College: lvl. A., Texas Chrislian Universily, l9367 Texas Wesleyan College, I937. Mr. Crouch is responsible Tor all The degree plans Ihal 5 I ff? ,,,I,.,....s, MR. MOBERG Endowmenl Secrelary B. D., The Wesley Theological Seminary and Acad- emy, I9O6-O87 Iurlher work al Norlhweslern Uni- versilyg Superinlendenl of Jameslown Dislricl, New York, I924-293 Eirsl Church, Minneapolis: Auslin, Texas. l932-371 Texas Wesleyan College, I938-. DE REMA PARKER MCCULLEY Sludenl Counselor for Women Br Prolessor ol Physical Educalion A. B.. Texas Woman's College: A. M., Texas Chris- Tian Universilyy Physical Educalion Inslruclor, Brownwood I-Iigh School, I929-3I. Texas Wesleyan College, I93I-. MRS. LONNIE BRGOKS Bursar iWork in Norlh Texas Slale Teachers College prior Io coming To T. W. C. Mrs. Brooks has been wilh T. W. C. since I925. I-Ier conscienlious work has greally aided in The growlh of our alma maler. EDWARD MARVIN BOWMAN Sludenl Counselor for Men 8: Assislanl Professor ol Educalion A. B., Soulhwesl Texas Slale Teachers College? A. M., The Universily of Texas: Turlher graduale work, The Universi+y of Texas and Colorado Slale College ol Educalion. Principal ol grade and high schools: Superinlendenl ol Schools: Dean ol Texas Wesleyan Academy: Assislanf Audilor, Execulive Secrelary ol Alumni Associalion, Associale Pro- lessor and Supervisor in Educalion, oSuIhwes+ Texas Teachers College, San Marcos. Texas Wesleyan College, I936-. --alik- 1 QI: WILLIAM STUART Professor of Hisfory and Social Sciences A. B., Universify of Olclahoma: A. M., Universify of Denver: Universify of Denver: Universify of Chi- cago. Graduafe sfudy. Universify of Chicago. Professor of Hisfory, Colorado Sfafe Teachers College, I92O-2l. Texas Wesleyan College, I922-. MARIUS TI-IOR Assisfanf Professor of Violin and Harmony Musical fraining in Royal High School of Music, Berlin, under Henri Marfeau. Concerfmasfer wifh Badew-Winferfhor Symphony Orchesfra in Swifzer- land, and Gewerbehaus Orchesfra in Dresden. Firsf violinisf wifh fhe Philadelphia Orchesfra under Leopold Sfokowslwi. Founder and firsf violinisf of fhe Pro Arfe Sfring Ouarfef, Forf Worfh, Texas. Texas Wesleyan College, I93I-. EACU LTY ROSE LEE LISEN BY Profesosr of English Pd. B., Norfheasf Missouri Sfafe Teachers Col- lege: Ph. B., A. M., Universify of Chicago: graduafe work beyond A. M., Universify of Chicago and Columbia Universifyg Dean of Women and Professor of English, Chrisfian College, Columbia, Missouri, I9I6-26. Texas Wesleyan College, I926-. 42. 7 f Z 1 I 1 ' :smzlsrfafff ,.,. :-., JOHN WESLEY SIMMONS Professor of Bible and Religious Educafion A. B., Diclcinson College: A. M., Teachers College, Columbia Universify: Ph. D., Bosfon Universify: gracluafe sfudy, Bosfon Universify one year, Har- vard Universify Graduafe School of Educafion one year, Universify of Berlin Summer School: Foreign Mission Service, I909-I7: Professor of Bible and Religious Educafion, Soufhwesfern College, l9I9- 22: Texas Wesleyan College, I929-. KATHERINE KILAN DER Assisfanf Professor of Piano Holder of six fellowships for musical fraining af The Juillard Graduafe School, New York Cify: six years of piano wifh Josef Lhevinne: fhree years of orchesfral conducfing wifh Alberf Sfoessel. Teacher of piano in Juilliard Graduafe School: fwelve years feaching experience. European sfudy, summer, I937. Texas Wesleyan College, I937. ' 4 . BICKERS BOWMAN ERIN CONNER Assisfanf Professor of Romance Languages A. B., Ooucher College? graduafe worlc, Universify of Soufhern California: The Sor- bonne, Paris, France: A. M., Columbia Universify. Eng- lish and French Deparfmenfs. Laura Conner High School, Augusfa, Arkansas, I932-35. Texas Wesleyan College. l936-. CONNER ELIZABETH EARLY T lnsfrucfor in Theory and Public School Music B. M., Texas VVoman's College, I93I: B. M. E., Chicago Musical College, l933. lnsfrucfor for fhree years in Violin and Public School Music, Howard Payne College. Texas Wesleyan College, I937-. H. ALFRED M. EWINC5 Professor cf Chemisfry A. B., Rio Grande College: B. S., M. Sc., Ohio Sfafe Univer- sify: furfher graduafe worlc, Universify of Colorado, Ohio Sfafe Universify. Direcfor of Inorganic Chemisfry, Ohio Norfhern Universify: Chemisf, Deparfmenf of Agriculfure, 1934-35: Texas Wesleyan College, l935-. EACU LTY lSLA M. BICKERS Assisfanf Professor of Speech A. B., Baylor Universify: A. M., Peabody College: furfher graduafe worlc, Peabody College, Vanderbilf Universify, Norfhwesfern Universify, Universify of Soufhern California. Diploma of Cvraduafion, Major School of Acfing, Los Angeles. Head of' English Deparfmenf, Sherman High School. ln- sfrucfor of English, Hillsboro Junior College. Head of Speech Deparfmenf, Adamson High School, Dallas, Texas. Texas Wesleyan College, I936-. OLADYS SNAVELY BOWMAN lnsfrucfor in Journalism and English A. B., Soufhwesf Texas Sfafe Teachers College: A. M., The Universify of Texas: furfher sfudy, Colorado Sfafe College of Educafion, Universify of Mexico. Assisfanf Counfy Super- infendenf of Schools, Hidalgo Counfy, Texas, I923-28: English Supervisor, S. W. T. T. C., l93O-34: Head of English Deparf- menf, Texas Wesleyan Academy, l935. Texas Wesleyan Col- lege, I936-. JUANITA COWAN lnsfrucfor in English and Romance Languages A. B., Texas Woman's Col- lege: Oraduafe worlc, Uni- versify of Texas: Eorf Worfh Public Schools, l929-3I. Texas Wesleyan College, l93l-. COWAN J N .4 , Q l an 4 xx NP' A .Jr .'-' ' EARLY EWING EACU LTY MAURINE GRANER lnslruclor in Ari B. S., Texas Woman's College. lnslruclor in Ari, Mclvlurry College. i929-30. Texas Wesleyan College, i936-. PATTI HIGHTOWER lnsirucior in Piano B. lvl., Texas Woman's College. Pupil of Harold von Miclcwifz. Pupil of Edwin Hughes in New York Tor Two years. Eourleen years leaching experience. European Siudy, Summer I937. Texas Wesleyan College, I936-. AUOIE MAE HOWELL Assisla ni Professor of Eclucalion A. B., Texas Woman's College, I922: A. M., George Pea- body College Tor Teachers. I925: graduale siudy in Bible and Religious Educalion in Scarrill' College. one year. Teacher of English in high schools in Texas. I922-3l: Texas Wesleyan College, I934-. HOWELL LINDSAY MATTHIS fffvfn GRANER HIGHTOWER H. HOWARD HUGHES Assislanl Professor of , English B. Ph., Emory College: A. M., Dulce Universify. Principal of Wilkinson Counry High School. lrwinion, Georgia, i929-3l: English Deparlmeni, Winler Haven, Florida, I93l-34: Texas Wesleyan College, i935-. HUGHES ELLEN JANE LINDSAY Assislani Professor of Voice Siudenl of Voice wiih Oliver Bellz: Horner lnsliluie of Eine Aris, wiih Earl Rosenberg: Chicago Musical College, wilh Herberi Vxfilherspoon and Richard Hagaman: Three years of conceri singing in Unifed Sfaies and Canada. Texas Wes- leyan College, I924-. F. RAYMOND MATTHIS lnsfrucior in Malhemaiics and Governmenl' A. B., Texas Wesleyan College: graduale sludy, Texas Chris- Han Universify: Superinlendenl of Schools, Elgin, Texas, l9l7- 22: Basirop, Texas, i922-3I: Sirawn, Texas, i932-34: Texas Wesleyan College, IQ36-. FACU LTY MILLER McNEILL WILLIAM A. MILLER Alhieiic Direclor and Professor ol Physical Educalion B. S., Wesr Texas S+a+e Teachers College: A. M., Texas Technological College. Alhlelic Direclor, Slalom, Texas, High School, I923-27: Trinidad, Colorado, High School, I927-37: Texas Wesleyan College, I937-. IMOGENE McNEILL Professor of Home Economics B. S., Texas Slale College for Women: M. A., Columbia Universi+y3 Iurlher graduale sludy, Uni- versily of Colorado and Universify of Wisconsin. Proliessor of Home Economics, Vicloria Junior College, I93O-37. Texas Wesleyan College, I937-. MILNER K. SANDIFER Direclor of Band and Inslrucror in Theory Bachelor ol Music, Texas Chrisrian Universilyq Band Direclor, Denfon PITNER RILEY GUY RICHARDSON PITN ER Assislanf Professor of Piano and Organ Eaellen Pianoforle School, New Yorlc College of Music: Emil Liebling, Chicago: Columbia Univer. siryq Eranlclin Canon, New York: European Sfudy, Dresden, Berlin. Texas Wesleyan College, I93I-. ELIZABETH RILEY Inslrucior in Secrelarial Training B. S., Easr Texas Slale Teachers College, I932 Texas Wesleyan College, I933-. ISABEL ELIZABETH STILES Professor of Biology v MAYBELLE TINKLE High School, I929-30: Band DIVSCTOVI B. S., Texas Slale Teachers College, I ,Y ,r . Ph . I Ed Norlh Texas Sfare Teachers College, Denlon, Texas: M. S., Universiry of ns me or In yslca Ucahon I93O: Band Direclor, Sanderson High Wisconsin: Assislanl' Professor of B. S., Texas Woman's College M School, I93O-BI, len years experience Biology. Texas Slale Teachers Col- Ed., Universiry of Texas: graduale prolesisonal music. Texas Wesleyan lege, Denlon, I93O-325 Texas Wes- worlr, Universily of Colorado. Texas College, I937-. leyan College, I934-. Wesleyan College, I937-. gs . H V SANDIFER SRIIFES T TINKLE I - 0 rf' SNAPSHCDTS OF TEACHERS Mrs. Lisenby 'fakes a shorlcuf across fhe campus, even if if is aqainsl' 'rhe rules .... Dr. Simmons on one ol his sprinls from lhe classroom lo his office .... Mr. Thor has found a place 'ro fiddle wilh his whiskers, ralher cold, don'r you lhink? . . . Mr. Bowman is keenly inleresred in lhe affairs of lhe campus .... Mr. Marlhis seems lo be a family man as he poses wilh his young Timorhy .... Look ou+! Miss K lander, you will gel overbalanced .... Mr, Crouch, Mrs. Crouch, and baby Crouch .... Mr. l-luqhes is quile sure Thar he can handle lhe silualion .... Wa+ch Our! Professor, There miqhl be a car in lhe sfreel .... When arlisls gel' loyelher al Texas Wesleyan you jusl nalurally gel Mrs. Lindsey and Mrs. Gramer. ? z 7 4 , ' is +nnpwvafanm,mwmvnwsgg,- ng! xx sig..- ., vm I .fm ,. ' s. X ff A wi-9, .L .. rw.-w uf- 'g-an--e Md! xi s in , an 9 , J xx ,e '55 ,S in Q 35 ,. N Mrs. J. M. Berry Hosless of Ann Waqqoner Hali Mrs. H. N. Cochran Hosfess of Boaz-Benbrook Hall Mrs. Neal Turner Hosfess of Mullcey Hall Mrs. Mamie Sanders Hosless of Dan Wagqoner Hall Mrs. Jane Sims Diefilian Mrs. A. Sianlield Nurse Miss Evelyn Doalc Secrelary of Religious Educalion Mrs. V. Robinson Field Represenialive , K - Q " ,L 4 - 1. gf, ,,L.f1jf5 I 'L-. .-s..4 .f ' T ' .A--.,4' - ...A v ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANTS MISS MAUDE A. PETTEY Secrelary Io Ilwe Presidenl MRS. ERNESTINE KERR Cashier and Office Secreiary N . E, I fl I I N11-dfcxeo K fy " " T, f, -I r f f X I I, ,Aff1,' -ff, MMI RJ' , .C!jVf,,VJf,, t,4.,o,,, MISS ERNAI. SMITH Field Secrefary MRS. AGNES HUGHES MASSIE Field Secrelary f I 1 U .af , 40' 1 X 1 1 ' 2' . . li. X -ffl! '.-1 f.. f , :-- ffffi. . ,,,,A - ,' :ISCZA 'bf esif'wZu:.f .,',.,..l.:" ' X fiiwfw , 4' Al l f 9- 5' 5? 1 MW Age A W f g 'VV'-Q 5 1 1 QW ze "gj'w-Wgr' .e A . ,.:35' ,' ,-f:3g:212:,g:22:2 fx 1 EA, ,Q f i f 'M 4. 1 1Q A -'Eiga v'- X " EI A ..,, .f ,,. . V Na 2 ' N. gl' 4' it an sf 2533 , . "'A',, ,M " 9.5 ,f Za X X 2 is .,A" Z1 NSi1K' sQiE2Qf1-fi., lk 'Que' 'W 'Q ' if . , , 'Wal STUDENT ASSISTANTS he Harris Art Virginia Sparks Art Lindley Porter Biology and Chem. Wallace Shamburger Biology Frank Tomkins Biology Marshall Cole Business Admin. Gladys George Business Admin. Russell Marie Smith Business Admin. Jack Melear Chemistry Gilbert Parish Chemistry Douglas Woodward Chemistry Oramae Dickey Education, Bowman Mac Lattimore Education, Howell Bernice Morton Education, Howell Bobbie Sue Moore ff!-Z English, Bowman Clara Belle Porter English, Hughes Mary Lee McMahon English, Lisenby Irving Grishman French Claris Glick History, Glick ' Bill Fisher History, Glick Myrtle Harding History, Stuart Dorothy Allen Home Economics Katherine Bailey Home Economics Louise Greenwaldt Home Economics Blanche McCutcheon Journalism Gordon Ketchum Mathematics J. L. Marshall Mathematics Cathryn Naugle Physical Education Margret Jobe Physical Education Catharine Wakefield Physical Education Mildred Ely Physical Education Inez Griffin Physical Education Susie Ellen Breen Physical Education Mozelle Cleveland Public School Music May Rosenlund Public School Music Leo Fielder Sociology, Matthis Ione Jenkins Spanish Mary Louise Winston Spanish Eloise Roddy Speech Ruby Lee Hackney Speech ADVISORY BCDARD MRS. AUGIE MAE HOWELL MR. WILLIAM STUART MISS JUANITA COWAN The Advisory Board has been esTabIished To acT as The head oT The disciplinary commiTTees oT The schooI. ITs purpose is To see ThaT proper concern is given To imporTanT maTTers oT miscondud and To see ThaT all sTudenTs are given a square deal. , V, ff' an j 'T' f fe Exiaourive BOARD or STUDEINTJ BCTSY 3 F l,.r ' I 'J x .I f I . 5 , if H C. A. GreenwaIdT STudenT Body PresidenT MarqreT Jobe STudenT Body Vice-PresidenT Milburn Pigq STudenT Body SecreTary BiII Fisher STudenT Body Treasurer The ExecuTive Board oT The STudenT Body is composed oT These members who are eIecTed by The sTudenT body. IT is indeed an honor To be a member oT This board. ITS TuncTion is To head aII sTudenT body aTTairs and To ad as The head of The sTudenT qovernmenT. I I x.7.,.,. DORIVIITORY CCDUNCII. 1 1 1 Oramae Dickey 1 1 1 1 T 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 It MAKMPJ W , W ww Gladys. Ima Helen Bobbie Sue Mildred Katharyn Catterton Archer Conner Moore Ely Lilly The DormiTory Council is a sTuclenT orqanizaTion ThaT has been in exisTence on The Texas Wesleyan Campus since I924. lTs purpose is To requlaTe The conducT OT sTudenTs and To eniorce such regulaTions of The insTiTuTion as do noT Tall wiThin The iurisdicTion oT The Advisor oT Women or The Discipline CommiTTee. STUDENT COUNCIL The STudenT Council is composed oT sTudenTs who are members oT The execuTive board oT The sTuclenT body and The presidenTs oT The respecTive classes. lTs purpose is To perform The same duTies Tor The STudenT Body ThaT The DormiTory Council perTorrns Tor The dormiTories. The Council sees Thai The discipline oT The school is iusT and irnparTial To all concerned. C. A. Greenwaldt Margret Jobe Milburn Pigg Bill Fisher President of student body Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Dorothy Allen Andy Minchew Oramae Dickey John Harvey Joe Strawn Senior Junior Presideng of Dormitory Sophomore Freshman ouncil Mary Elizabeth Pidfzeon mm rmiwos A uw wr:-+1 MR SENIOR A4 wuooPS, Howpxj '0 YDEAK an E Zhu i- Q 0 1 Q Q AM eg OFF T0 SCHOOL S 6 EARLY TMS MORMNGQ MLZETSENQQR PREXW HE HAS A NG ..D..AY LAoTHY'GRAcaE" ALLEN- ' AHEA D "' ' CAG: I BE I CATQHES fi :L g BESTMAN v-vnssvorwf' 'E f C , on sv-ONE Q ffAQ 1115 S' ' ' 1 " lykla. Lfpglll kr., Q 1 .2-4 L"N'1-V l c K 5 , xl C X x Q,-p Q ffff. f' ,il I TQ 3 'dlln-U S' PPKOVES f GK fin-THEL ' EYQEWS SENIOAS HN V' Q .ELL- DEDICATION ,QSEPPQARISD QTZQQEALM AAQTTAE' C9 or use x. -s 1 1- 'N-x ' EorT Worlh, Texas .1 r I u' .f N Vfp,x' .1 '. -' 1 'A' gf pl yup? uf' JJ, J, ,J . . I , ,,r,'1 iff' f jf - , J' l 'I f ' I x if fl' J .W 0 1' V ,. -3 w . ,. I -MSENIORSX ,M , I ' ,' :fl -fr J JK iw ,lvl ff if . ' sf ' T s U I v Q lfcmss orrlcERs J I ff e 4A uf l 4.1 n AJ' DOROTHY ALLEN, B. S. Major: I-Ionie Economics, Science PresidenT Class 47 Press Club 3, 4: AuTiss Club 2, 3, 47 S. M. K. 2, 3, 4, SecreTary 43 P. C. C. I, 2, 3, 4, PresidenT 2: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4: Txweco 3, 4, AssisTanT Eclilor 3: STudenT Council 4: STudenT ASsisTanT in Home Economics 3, 4. ROBERT BROWN RANDOLPH, B. S. Iraan, Texas Major: Physical EducaTion, Social Science Vice-PresidenT Class 43 TransTer WeaTherTord Col- lege 2: T. W. AssociaTion 2, 3, 4, Vice-PresidenT 4: FooTba'I 2, 3, 4. CLARA BELL PORTER, B. A. EorT WorTh, Texas Maior: English, Spanish, EducaTion SecreTary Class 4: OrchesTra I, 3, 4: S. M. K. I, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 3: Alpha Chi 3, 4: P. C. C. I, 2, 3, 4, PresidenT 23 Pep Squad I, 27 Spanish Club I, 23 STudenT AssisTanT in English 2, 3, 4. PHIL RUSSELL SIMMONS. B. S. WeaTherTord, Texas Maior: Social Science Treasurer Class 4: Transfer We-aTherTord College 3. W., i V g r-fx rib x- W I C be , The Senior Class oT l938 is The TirsT graoluaTing class oT Texas Wes- leyan College. They have in a measure esTablished a prece'denT oT 'loyalTy,' cooperaTion, sporTsmanship, and enThusiasm ThaT is worThyToT The con- sideraTion and respecT oT The TuTure graduaTing classes. A The Class is indeed proud oT iTs privilege and posiTion as The ,road- blazers oT a new era in The hisTory oT iTs Alma MaTer. A During Their Sophomore year This class presenTed The school w'iTh The Well which is locaTed beTween The AdminisTraTion Building and The Ram Trading PosT. As a memorial To The school The audiTorium oT The AdminisTraTion Building has been reolecoraTeol wiTh new curTains, boTh Tor The windows and The sTage, and a general recondiTioning oT The enTire inTerior has been compleTed. The social TuncTion which climaxed Their school career was The ban- queT which was given in Their honor by The Junior Class. The MayTeTe which is annually sponsored by The Senior Class is The mosT beauTiTul ancl elaboraTe underTalcing oT The school. KATHERINE BAILEY, B. S. Forl Worlh, Texas Major: Home Economics Koro Sociely I, 2, 3, 4: P. C. C. 2, 4: Sludenl Assislanl in I-Iome Economics I. 'M C... Q c5"'aM' D' HELEN ANDREWS BOSWELL B. A. Wealherlord, Texas Major: Hislory, Speech, English Transfer Wealherlord College, McMurry 4: Alpha Rho Tau 4: Thespian 4: Koro Sociely 4: Y. W. C. A. 4. MOZELLE CLEVELAND, B. A. Eorl Worlh, Texas Major: Public School Music, Edu- calion Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Eine Arlrs Club 2: Delca 3, 4: Alpha Chi 3. 4: P. C. C. I, 2, 3, 4: W. A. A. I: Y. W. C. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Sludenl AssisIan+ in Music 4: May Queen-4. 0 ,L lx, IRENE VIVIAN EMERSON, B.A. Bowie, Texas Major: Physical Educalion S. M. K. I. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: W. A. A. 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. I, 2. 3, 4. DWIGHT BOSWELL, B. S. DeLeon, Texas Major: Public School Music Men's Quarlel 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Eine Arls Club 3, 4. GLADYS CATTERTON, B. A. Texarkana, Texas Major: English S. M. K. 3, 4: W. A. A. 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl 4.. ORAMAE DICKEY, B. A. Bowie, Texas Major: Public School Music, Edu- calion Glee Club I: Eine Arls Club I, 2, 3, 4: Alpha Rho Tau 3, 4: S. M. K. I, 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 3, 42 Sludenl Assislanl in Educalion 3, 4: Presiclenl of Dormilory Coun- cil 4: Sludenl Council 4. BILL FISHER, B. A. Forl Worlh, Texas Major: Hislory, Social Science Band 2: Press Club 3, 4: Alloco 3, 4: Thespian 4: Y. M. C. A. 3, 4: Rambler Slall I: Txweco 3, 4, Associale Edilor 4: T. W. Associa- Iion 4: Golf Team 2, 3, 4: Treas- urer Sludenf Body 4: Sludenl As- sislanl in Hislory 3, 4: Sluclenl Council 4. GERALDINE FLOYD, B. A. Forl Worlh, Texas Maior: English, Educalion P. C. C. I, 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. I,2,3,4. CLARIS GLICK, B. S. Forl Worlh, Texas Maior: Physical Educalion, Speech Aufiss Club 3, 4: S. M. K. 3, 4, Presidenl 43 Thespian 3, 4, Y. W. C. A. 3, 47 W. A. A. 3, 4, Vice! Presideni 45 Sludenl' Assislani in lolislory 43 Holds B. A. from T. W. C. LOUISE GREENWALDT, B. S. DeLeon, Texas Maior: Home Economics S. M. K. 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 41 Y. W. C. A. I, 2, 3, 43 Sludenl Assis- ianr in Home Economics 3, 4, Home Economics Awarcl 3. MARGARET RUSSELL I-IAMILTON, B. A. Slephenville, Texas Major: Public Schiool Music, Eng- lish I Tarnsfer Baylor Univiersiry 4: S. M- K. 4i Shing Quarhelle 43 Orchesira 4. I j x . ' P' .X I I I -. is .i . i xl P! 5 : . NX 3 I " - . 1 '1 T ii A Tu' ' . ' 1 -. ' . I I s .. ' .X 4. ,. I . . ' 'u . N 'xi ' x f 4 I x . . l sr , 3 I n ' T Il T s .I , x 1 x I . 5 N - 'J .A. 6' 4 1 1 A 441- A 1 I .Q ,, .1 1 .4 ,L ?i,f JZ-. . J TI-IURMOND GEORGE, B. S. Forl Worlh, Texas Major: Social Science Transfer Jacksonville Jr. College 3: Men's Quarlef 3, 4: Press Club 47 Thespian 3, 43 Minislerial 3, 41 Y. M. C. A. 3, 47 Txweco Eclilor 43 Debaie 3, 4: B. S. U. 3, 4, Presi- clenf 4. K 1 . ' A ' CT'A.GREEN'WALDT,iB. Af P X. DeLeon, Texas Mai-orT S'oTiallSciQericei. I ' FLresi'de'nI-'jS+Uc'Ten+' Body 47 4Press Club: Alioco 3, 45 M. .C. A. r, 2. 3,-4.fM4wesf1s1JI1 243, 4. Siuderffi Council 4. ' I , 4 - A .url-, .,-,,f,,,-f 'lyf-.."'.l .- 1 . I Q ar .f '.-lg.,-,Cf , . g I I f"""'E"- nf,-4 ff be . L I-al. 1 I . !7TfOUISE GWALTNEY, B. A. Forr Worfh, Texas Major: English, Spanish Aipha Chi 3, 4, Presidenr 4, Press Club 2, 31 Auliss Club 2, 3, 43 P. C. C. I, 2. 3. 43 Txweco Edifor 33 Siuclenr Assislanl in English 3. MYRTLE I-IARDING, B. A. I-Iouslon, Texas Maior: Social Science Transfer Baylor Bellon 3: S. M. K. 3, 43 Sfuclenf Assislanf in Sociol- ogy 4. D 5 ' A ' I as l I I Pi. 1?-25 J Adv.,-L.1 pf"-1.4,4-4.fCLg,4,l 7 c -,....,. ., .49 f . "lf--' 0'l,1 WOODROW HAYS, B. A. Eorl Worlh, Texas Major: English, Social Science Alpha Chi 3, 47 P. C. C. I, 2, 3, 41 Sludenl Assislanl in Eclucalion 3. MARGRET JOBE, B. S. Sweelwaler, Texas Major: Physical Educalion, Speech Press Club 3, 45 Auliss Club 2, 3. 4j S. M. K. I, 2, 3, 4, Presiclenl 41 Thespian I, 2, 3, 4j Alpha Chi 3, 4: VV. A. A. I, 2, 3, 47 Sluclenl Assislanl in Physical Eclucalion 3, 41 Vice-Presidenl Sludenl Body 41 Sludenl Council 4. V F ILA MAE KENNEDY, B. S. Rolan,Texas Major: Physical Eclucalion Science Press Club I: Auliss Club I, 2, 3, Presidenl 3: Thespian I, 2, 3: Koro Sociely I, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, Presi- denr 4: Vice-Presidenl Class 3? Vice-Presidenl Class 27 Rambler Slall I: W. A. A. I, 2, 3: Y. W C. A. I, 2, 3. POBERT KINCAID, B. S. Weafherlorcl, Texas Major: Social Science. Educalion Transfer Wealherlorcl College 3j Press Club 3, 43 Alloco 3, 4j Thes- plan 3, 4: Y. M. C. A. 3, 42 Rambler Slafl 3, 43 Golf Team 4. JOHN ROBERT HENSELL, B. A. Granbury, Texas Major: Hislory, Eclucalion Transfer Wealherford College 3 Glee Club 33 Minislerial 3, 4, Se:- relary 3, Treasurer 4: Y. M. C A. 3, 4. uf ' A-'il X. OEQRGE L. KEEVER, B. S. 13,1 Quilaque. Texas M-djor: Biology, Chemislry Transfer Texas Tech. 3: Salclcara 3 4, Vice-Presidenl 41 Press Club 4 Thespian 3, 45 Txweco 4. OMA KENT, B. A. Olney, Texas Major: Social Science, Business Adminislralion Alpha Rho Tau lg Y. W. C. A. I 2, 3j Hughes Wesl Texas Club I Library Assislanl. 10-Lam fadau,-faCq,: J A-4-4 -sfcaaff-vw jglabq. Jddvggd fn., '31 - , , . I , 1- fl 4131 I. . 21. jfflfkefc- . 9.2.1711 ,Q ililfxq fl 'Sf ' I' -,lx c ,1'j,f. nfxfp. 4 7'f,,u 'jkfif-ss---'fS.1'f..t I 1 - ..7':11 MARY KATE LACY, B. S. - Miles, Texas Major: Public School Music English Transfer San Angelo Jr. College Howard Payne 3: Orcheslra 3 Glee Club 3, 4. MAC LATTIMORE, B. S. pow WO,+h'TeXaS WANDA LEHEW, B. S. Major: English, Educarion Poll Worih' Texas Thespian 3: Alpha Chi 4: Y. M. C. MGTOVT Home ECOBOVTTTCS A. 3, 4: Debale 3, 4: Baplisl Siu- Transfer N, T. A. C. 2: Alpha Chi den? Union 3, 4: Sfudenf Assisranl 4: S M. K. 2, 3, 4: P. C. C. 2, 3, in Educalion 3, 4. ' 4: Cheer Leader 4. MONROE MCCARTY, B. S. EO,,WO,,,,.Te,aS HELEN MQCLANAHAN, B. M. . . . Bloom' Gro e,Te Malor: Social Science mg V X65 phy5:CalEdUCa+:On Maior: Public School Music Alpha Chi 3, 4: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4: Fine Aris Club 3, 4: Delca 3, 4, Presidenf 4: Koro Socieiy I, 2, 3. 4, Presidenl 3. ' ,-' 1 ,fb Transfer Wearherford College: Salclrara 2: T. W. Associalion 2, 3. 4: Fooiball 2, 3, 4, Co-Capfain 4. -iiisg ,Jw M C ' f r. . X in Q Ge, 0 f K , .J- fly.. Vs 1' I- 1 Q,Q,LY B Q' I up Q4 fra., .UWT ON C KY- B-if - Y LE ' LAHOM, B. . ' QE L ,WO,,,e 7 -. I, A.-" i 2 S ' En UCa'i midi., I es Club 5 c 2, 3, 4, Sec- I L, h - ' J L' rS3X77l'reasur 4: hespian 2, 3. K. i3!u4j?P4,,,C. pZ:haICg1, 4, Presidenl 4: T. W. Associaiion ' 3 .llwfgtg 4g 3, 4: Txweco 4: Foorball 2, 3, 4. Rsgisgntlbhggglish 4' lj. 0 M21 ,fi . X-L' , ,' ', fl-1 , K fl L 1 H Lf' bixfy -' ' ff M ,fl bi 1 , .1 . LUCY v. MQROBERTS, B. A. f J M ICOTE B ,L . For'rWor+h,Texas 1 3'Pl W L' ' 'F , , , ifx' 'F ri or+h,Te ,ZX ' ' Major: Social Science ' ocial S Ce. ournalisrn ,f Business Aclminisrrarion -, ff Transfer N. T. A. C.: Koro Sociery X Siess ,Cl 4- 'S Raimwlf, 3, 4: Alpha cm 4, P. c. c. 3, 4i I-. ' 3' fu SSW .L Siudenf Assislanl in Accouniing 3. mwlgukyb is if l . 3 v , fx L i 1,0 f L , JV? fr J' 3 ' CB-. Q Q f' -VA 'N f l he Xwx .Y WX J S XX K C . X ' ' 1 X x YN 'X T., . ,V SJ f L41 E. S " ' 'r x 'W 'f I xx 5 xi. X if Q . X . 5.9 . Xi 1' i Q' -x 'Ex f. , . A 3 xx 7, XY Q . fl 1 ' ' N .. - r is . P. . L- I at . 5 A JUANITAEEA OWS, B. S. Forl or+h,Texas Major: Social Science S. M. K. 2, 3, 4: Alpha Rho Tau I: P. C. C. I,2, 3, 4. LILLIAN WALDRIP MILLER, B. S. Arlinglon, Texas Major: Social Science P. C. C. 3, 4. BOBBIE SUE MOORE, B. A. Grandview, Texas Major: English, Educalion Alpha Rho Tau 3, 4: Press Club 4: Koro Sociely 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. 4: Rambler Slafl 4: Srudenl Assislanl in English 4. CATI-IRYN NAUGLE, B. A. Roaring Springs, Texas Major: Physical Educalion, English Auliss Club 2. 3, 4, Presidenl 4: S. M. K. I, 2: Thespian I, 2: Alpha Chi 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl 4: W. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. I, 2, 3: Cheer Leader 3: Pep Squad I, 2: Sfudenf Assislanl in Physical Edu- carion 3, 4: Smile Girl 2. AZELIA MERRELL, B. S. Eorl Worlh, Texas Major: Social Science MAROUERITE MITCI-IELL, B S. Eorl Worlh, Texas Major: I-Iome Economics Alpha Rho Tau 3, 4: S. M. K. I, 2 3, 4: Alpha Chi 3, 4: P. C. C. I 2, 3, 4: I-Iome Economics Club 4 . W ff MORAN MOTE, B. S. Lorena, Texas ajor: Social Science Physical Educalion Transfer Wealheriord Jr. College Salclcara 3, 4: Press Club: T. W Associalion 3, 4: Eoolball 2, 3, 4 STANFORD PARR Fori Worlh, Texas Major: Social Science Salclcara I, 2, 3, 4: Press Club I, 2 Txweco 2: Debare 3, 4. MILBURN PIGG, B. S. Vernon, Texas Major: Physical Educalion Social Science Transfer Decalur Jr. College: T. W. Associalion 3, 4: Y. M. C. A. 3, 4: Baslcelball 3, 4, Caplain 4: Secrelary Sludenl Body 4: Sluclenl Council 4. LINDLEY PORTER, B. S. Eorl Worlh, Texas Major: Chemislry, Biology I-Iolds B. A. from Baylor: Assislanl in Science. DANIEL Rl-IOME, B. S. For? Worlh, Texas Major: Physical Eclucalion, Science Transfer Wealherlorcl College 2: Alpha Chi 4: Poolball 2, 3, 4: T. W. Associarion 2, 3, 4. In I KV" f1,f' MAY ROSENLUND, B. A., B. M. For? Worlh, Texas Major: Violin, English Alpha Chi 3, 4: Koro Sociery I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presidenf 4: Orcheslra I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: P. C. C. I, 2, 3, 4: Delca 3, 4: Sludenl Assislanl in Music 4. gl 7' ,,,,,,...f INA STRIPLING PORTER, B. A. Eorl Worlh, Texas Major: Eclucalion, Music Transfer Oklahoma Slare 4. MRS. LETTYE BLAND REINI-IARD. B. A. Forl Worfh, Texas Major: Elernenlary Eclucalion ELOISE RODDY. B. A. Denison, Texas Major: Speech Glee Club 2: Fine Arls Club I, 2: Press Club 4: S. M. K. I, 2, 3, 4: Thespian I, 2, 3, 4, Presidenl 2, Vice-Presiclenl 4: Alpha Chi 3, 4: P. C. C. 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. 3, 41 Txweco 2, 4: Debale 3, 4: Sludenl Assislanl in Speech 4. WALTERENA RUSSELL, B. S. Spur, Texas Major: Biology, Physical Educalion Educalion Press Club I, 2, 3, 4: W. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Koro Sociely l, 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. l, 2, 3, 42 Rambler Slalf I, 2, 3, 4: Assislanl in Publicily Office. ,fv k.,1 jixyfifxg Fiji , ,ll " I I jjjgr' I I .L FURMAN RUTLEDGE, B. S. Wealherlord, Texas Maior: Social Science Physical Educalion Transfer Wealheriord Jr. Collegei Al+oco 3, 4: T. W. Associarion 3. 4, Presidfvif 4: Eoolball 3, 4. GWIN SLAGLE, B. S. Derroii, Texas Maior: English, Social Science Transfer Marshall Jr. College? Press Club 3, 4: Thespian 3, 4: Y. M. C. A. 3, 41 Rambler Slall 3, 47 Txweco 4. I-IALL SPLAWN, B. S. Forl Worlh, Texas Maior: Social Science Physical Educaiion Transfer Wealherlord Jr. Colle g Salclcara 3: T. W. Associalion 2, , 4, Fooiball 2, 3, 4. FRANK TOMKINS, B. S. Palesline, Texas Maior: Biology, Chemislry Pre-Medical 23 Alloco 43 Srudenlr Assislanr in Biology 3, 4. r ' t VOLA BRADFORD SINGLETON B. S. Forr Worlh, Texas Maior: Elernenrary Educarion Minor: I-Iome Economics Glee Club 4. MARGARET SMITI-I, B. A. Floyclada, Texas Maior: English Elemenlary Educalion Delca 3, 4, Vice-Presidenl 4. CARRIE FRANCES TAYLOR B. A. lMrs.WiIey Thomasl Forl Worlh, Texas Maior: Social Science Elerneniary Educaiion S. M. K. I, 2, 3, 47 P. C. C. I 2, 3, 4. JACK V. WEST, B. S. Fori Worih, Texas Maior: Chemislry, Biology Salclcara I, 2, 3, 47 Y. M. C. A. I 2, 3, 43 Pre-Medical 2. X , K M 5 . I 51,14 744,-. fi-5, -eff! rw ' HM 4 M' WW l l! -. - 4 j semi I ' JAMES WILLIA TEST, B. A, A CIeburn as ,7,0f1Af I fW , Major: Bancl,Orcl'1esIra JOI-INYE T. WILI-IELM, B. A Eor+Wor'rl1, Texas j Educalion I Transfer N. T. A. C. 4: Band 4j MGjOFyHiSj2Fy.SOCIOlOQy -. I Orclwesfra 4: Saklcara 41 Sludenl ' ,L l Assisfanl in Band 4. H07 Al Tk ' I I I I I . pq 4099 P-1.4913 I jzfmygwafudff M0 pf., uwfw-W ff j , I ' , I l : , T14 I NORRIS WILLIAMS, B. A. I jgorj Worjjj Texas LOUISE WILLIAMSON, B. A Eor'rWor'rI1, Texas ' Major: EnqlisI1,I-Iislory j l j I Press Club I, 2, 3, 43 Alloco 3: Melon SOC"3lSC'enCe , Rambler S+aff 41 Sluclenf Assislanl Alpha Rl1O Tau 3. 4I P. C. C. 2. 3 I jn Governmenf 4, 41 W. 3, 4, Alpha 4 I l l VERNON WILLOUGI-IBY, B. S. FO'IW0'+I1'TeXaS MARY LOUISE WINSTON, B. A Major: Social Science Eorl Worlln, Texas I Press Club I, 2, 3, 4, T. W. Assc- Major- Spanish cjaljon 4: Y. W. C. A. I, 2, 3, 43 ' " Rambler Sfaff I, 2, 3, 4: Txwe-co Ere? Club I' Zjg fgnha CIII SI' H1436 IIT 2, 3,,4, C - I QCVQTGVY 4? - - - I- 2- 3- 4 152- 3' 4 mpv!W' ,H Sludenf Assisfanr in Spanish 3, 4 I , , ,,,a j I , I i ' I 'T fl' ml j 'uf I I I1 .. I M V!!! . ipfrajj , ' gl A - A . jr .I . 'I A ' .f lvl' j. I I' P j 'Trl I 'I VW' I . 'jj ,jj :lf I I I I I v j u I I I lllil .A I j. I. 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'iff' X 3 4 -- -Y-If .4 aff f i -- aw ' . , . . , , X " "' "5" 1 -iitfiaz' :33f5, hZ ILA MAE KENNEDY ROTAN, TEXAS Vice-Presidenl , M! , ,1,f,,4 I var f , ----- I , -'A'1 W5 " Zi::iZ1Z' wi? rffazf- gas Q ,-wi 32 7,3-I-I-ff--M - --f-- I 15953-:I--fff-rife? 5 M- 1 f ' ff fx, y 5,1j,j-j:,L1f H, TOMMIE RUTH BAILEY TIOGA, TEXAS Secrelary-Treasurer UEJZJL. I . The Junior Class is a wide-awalce organizalion from ils bal- I,I U swinging prexy, who inciclenlally will be head man unlil Ihe I A 4 class is gradualeol, clown Io The alhlelically-minolecl girls who I ,X have caplured Ihe hockey, baslcel ball, volley ball ancl baseball I 'Mb' Iilles consislenlly, anol will conlinue Ihrough The senior yearl VII-'bv-'O We have enioyecl a "Sack-Cycle-Sunrise I3reaIclasI," allenoled CMAJ by a Iarge number ol enlhusiasls. Our Junior Day celebralion, .fo3.lMO.Ihe clelighllul lawn parly given by our mosl lailhlul sponsors Rib Ivlr. and Ivlrs. Bowman, and ol course, our biggesl allair ol Ihe 'i MQ year-Ihe Junior-Senior Banguel, which was well allendecl ancl S ' rnosl highly apprecialecl by Ihe hearly ealers ol Ihe upper- I classmen, as any one ol Ihem will gladly Ieslily. Senior Class -here we comel , 3 I y ff xfffif If use FIRST ROW WILMA LOUISE ANDE ON IMA ARCHER DOROTHY ELIZABETH BOULWARE Dallas. Texas Anson, Texas Cleburne, Texas HAROLD BALEH BRADFORD JOHN HEARNE BRADFORD Forf Wor'rI1, Texas Godley, Texas SECOND ROW JOHN TILMAN BRAY SUSIE ELLEN BREEN IRIS CARAWAY Ranger, Texas Aio. Arizona ForI Worfh, Texas 0 . MARSHALL COLE FRAN-OES ELLENE CULWELL For? Worfh, Texas WeaII1erford. Texas I I FIRST ROW I I I I I WILLIAM TERRELL DAVIS CLAIRE MARIE DOAK I-I, L. DONALDSON, JR. Winfers, Texas Wewoka, Oklahoma Forf Worflw, Texas I I RUBY ORLENE DUNNAM JOI-INNIE O. EDWARDS Snyder, Texas Ireland, Texas I T SECOND ROW I I MILDRED CAROL ELY LEO EDWIN FIELDER MARGARET FRANCES FISHER Anson, Texas Anson, Texas Forf Wor+I1, Texas I I HELEN MARGARET FRANKLIN I-IELEN LOUISE GORDON Forf Worfh, Texas Arlinqfon, Texas I Avmww' A . f U I ' I ',R'T xkj It ' . ll A , A, .Q 'A. A xl' kpuiffu L- N-xvj N' I . i x A X ' ' I "-'TIT .HQTJIT T' Tx- NSN' ' NAA I 'Hwy' 533' xy x,' -. ky- . ,XX - . ' J f 'Fl FIRST Row WWW NITA BELLE GOTHARD GEORGE HOWARD GRACEY SAM GREEN M Forl Worlh, Texas INEZ GRIFFIN VVicl'1i+a Falls, Texas IRVING GRISHMAN New Grleans, La. RUBY LEE HACKNEY Arlinglon, Texas Caddo, Texas SECOND ROW ANDREA eRovEs Forl Wor+l'1. Texas Mineral Wells, Texas RUTH GRIEFITH Maypearl, Texas OLLIE KATHERINE GUTHRIE Hillsboro, Texas f JoYoE MAE-1E HALL J " -ETCZL Worllw, Te-Tas ' ,T xx , if fl lf l V11 fl - ' K V T nqsfflfv 'lt' .NIR A fl ,W fl l T J All ljlglfalssww 3 wwf fgwyylfi f we bl W I ., Q, , " l ' W I L I .fi ..rUl' sr pw-VXI I sip . IR' xxo Q' 1 in 4,56 f4 T Ci! X Y R, 'Ziff , 'gg J "J U . Dfmgrildfs 4' f CJ if-I-jwf fn . f , , jx . .4 X' I . 4 ,. 1 1 flj' qfgff, if dy A 'X ' X V T I ,OJ Affflccf ' if i ff ' '41-'fi O w .Q , Q f fl 57 f ,, 1 OXXO XX L s X JJ 6.9.2 Qld . bv Q7 72' I I K ,','1:i,f...,L 5.4 1 .5 A 'X If ' OT Ol O' O -. f' Q0 ,g:'I" n I ' I fr . - 7' I T fa ef -1 . Bl' I I 'I f 'f dk, . I B XI BJ- I , I 0' 1.0 ,H A' Jai., 5,1 ' fi ,XJ-I BO-Vx is ff' B ix I D sf as we ff' ' me ML? 4 , 1 , fi' 'VVA V456 I, 7 0' .1 maj 1-,aff U K, gi ,f I 1, ,1.,V4-.I.4.?N 3.1, 1- fl A 5 I L T T I Tj' T ' ll ' Tfifil A .J A w r- T ni! ,MIA is U A 'Q U 'f 1 ,fi , , 7, ,A B FIRST ROW ' - 1 , fly, rf A gi. j K' if 4,1.'- I A 1 -5-, ,, I -L I ,f- , . , 7, ' i JOTLTN I-IARRINGTCN 2 BLANCI-IE I-IARRELL HARRIS NEWTON HAYES n fn ' l I .' A' Vyl. f .- -V "MiineraI'VVeTIs, Texas! , Eorl' Worllw, Texas Mineral Wells, Texas T , it" ,-Ln! I f 'I' I , , vf , 1 AL f LBA' -A-Y, -1 , I f , r .1 ' 4 I . ,I 1 'MELBA HEAD WILLIAM LYLE I-IODGE ,J I I , , a Eorl Wor'rI1. Texas Alvarado, Texas 1 f wJ 4'4" 4 ,.,-,- SECGND ROW BOBBIE RUTH HORNBURG ELEANOR LOUISE HUBBARD ELIZABETH CHENEY HULL Eorl Worlln. Texas Grapevine, Texas Eorl Worlli, Texas iff' v J ,.-' "IQ 1 ff , I 1 LANCE LESLIE I-IURST ' IONA JENKINS Abilene, Texas 6 4 Eorl Worlli, Texas I U I I I , ,L Q, :I Ty I,f'I,,.I-V if f I,,f' XXII I MJIMM :'x ff 5 Aff 9j?I9IxIl.fJSI 1 ' ' ' I WQffj wffL"IgIf- Iv I ff!! ' I I, 4 . X I I gk! I I I .I ,A A I I, . . I f "I, ..,, IW ffl J' V , 1 , A . FIRST ROW LEWIS RAY JORDAN MILDRED LUCILE KEITI-I KATI-IRYN KENNEDY For+ Worjrh, Texas Form' Wor+I'1, Texas Rofan, Texas SAMUEL JUDSA KENNEMER GORDON WILLIAM KETCHUM For? Wor+I1, Texas Eori' Worfh, Texas SECOND ROW RUBY LUCILLE LEE DICK LIVINGSTONE ' ROSE MILDRED MCCANS Forf Wor+Iw, Texas Grandview, Texas Eorf Wor+I1, Texas MANTON M. MCCARLEY ROBERT BOUNDS MCCLUNG For? Wor+I'1, Texas For? Wor+I1, Texas I I ' 1 I , I , 1 I , I I , . r 1 4 f 'T FIRST ROW' ' 1 . I I I I 'V I , II , il M Q ' , X., l 2 BLANCHE LYNCH MCCUTQHEON ' MILDRED LOUISE MCREYNOLDS I Dallas, Texas I' P1:s?+ Wonfh. Texas I Ir 'f L " ' I ' ' 1 , I I LEON CALDWELL MATTI-IIS MARY JO MATTI-IIS For? Worfn, Texas Eorf WOFIIW. Texas I I I F , , secono Raw I I MAXINE MELTON I Burkburnehi Texas I I ROBERT OLIVER MOORE I i Forf WorII1, Texas I I T..... LILLIAN MERRITT Eorf WorII1, Texas DICK MORRIS Grandview, Texas 5 , 1 - J. IJMARSHALL ' Handley, Texas JACK MELEAR Eorf WorII1, Texas MAROIE RILLAR MOON Fairfield, Texas HELEN RUTI-I MORRISON Handley, Texas e I C M-Mfg' TTI V TJ Iva 'lf' -x TT 'N , I fm YY' I T - 4 QR as T-ef' . T' '55, 'lf - u 'X N. 251 lag ' K W.. w A Tifigsxi Q aa : .g , gb E3 SE I3 MT x f, , - I - I Q J 1 FIRST WW 4 J FRANCES BERNICE MORTON LO IE L. N O. O M, JR. Forlr Worfh, Texas J urIesonT 'e as l Forf , Texas P 0 f FRONA PATE E NN P TER LTON LOWELL RAINWATER For? Worfh, Texas u nn exas Forf WOFIIW. Texas 1" I, SE ' WM , In ,f, ' a 1 , vsjij CLAUDE ALVIN REESE SID AY EKNO. J. I-I. RICHARDS, JR. Forf Worfh, Texas I P4 Is , Texas ' Forf Worfh, Texas If IYJIIQ JO ESTELLE RILEY ROY LEE SEGARS E I'I-'J AMBURGER. JR- Eorf WorI'IW, Texas I-IousI'on. Texas X, v? For orII1, Te s -X .FTF ,fp 'Vs' " ' X," . ' . ' v , . I- 4 P WF- ze I3 A ,QIISIIWII we QI I K3 Q? NISE 3425 NT l 9 ,. wfmekwn .www I -E. .. ge ly? er X W T-lm Q Q 5 B' 4 , 3 T .S I P if jf, V , Z Njsgwliwv ,,.. I mm , ,..., S. , 1 ,A,, - W M I , Q: , C Z ,.,1. 1 . -,135 ' 'Off I A I ' . I " YQ 1.,f e ":1 ,A , GERALDINE SMART Lamesa, Texas CORRINNE STILES Maypea rl, Texas LEWIS E. TUCKER Arlingfon. Texas ,,.+. Y. S A " 4 FIRST ROW RUSSELL MARIE SMITH Eorl Worllw, Texas JUANITA MAE STINNETT Tell, Texas SECOND ROW CATHARINE WAKEFIELD Saginaw, Texas HELEN YANG BONNIE ALEEN YOUNG San Francisco. Calif. Forf Worllw, Texas 25? VIRGINIA SPARKS Forf Worflw, Texas BEATRICE STRINGER Ranger, Texas NONA LOUISE WOODARD Forf Worlh, Texas SAY THIS FELLOW HIM IS REALLY LOSING I-IIS PRESTICE HE ACTUALLY GOES FISHING WITH A SOPH N J, " T X y, 341- FARCAS-E, SNUIIIKVEYR L, ...Si 1? - .5 Q" f J O . fx I -A if Q7 1' 7 Q f Xi-f" f.3,,Z' X 'JLIZ6-'f-J -Af' "-Afnf A' ff! '. 7Jf0fr1,4g'Cy, J YK7-Y'-4'0'f'f'f 'A J ,AX0 A 8159171 lr-,L , mac V Jdfdmfffi 'Cf' c f ,I lei! if A fs ff- fa ff FAA . 4,514 jff,111ffJ,s:,?' ffsj' ci.Ass oFi1icEi2s 4 W WM .40-01-X, , ,lg JOHN EARL HARVEY FORT WORTH, TEXAS PresidenT ,M fi ,fi j, JOYCE ELROD FORT WORTH, TEXAS Vice-PresidenT JIMMIE WYLIE FORT WORTH, TEXAS SecreTary-Treasurer l-IE sophomore class has been one oT The mosT acTive in The hisTory oT Texas Wesleyan College. They have been some- whaT ouTnumbered by The Eish This year, buT They have never missed an opporTuniTy To deal Them misery when They Tound Tew enough Eish in one place. John l-larvey has led This class very eTTicienTly, and has made Them a respecTed group raTher Than one which has suddenly Tound iTselT in The complex sTage beTvveen The haTeTul Eish and The ignoring Upperclassmen. Their social acTiviTies included a hayride and a Trip To The lake. 4 2 E ,ma ,753-fe mm 'if fl' dgvL,..f-Jr W4-vuni. f,-vcawc ALL, 1, HELEN CONNOR TRAVIS J. COVINGTON ERWIN CROSIER Omaha. Texas Forf Wor+I1, Texas Godley, Texas I-I. A. CROWLEY MORRIS DECKER Forf Wor+I1, Texas Richmond, Indiana nl-'LM ajft .4 -7444, ' , qw! Lf 4.44 14 . fa era W6 C7-Lfff'-4":' , I .fxfvy M -14ff-fcffkd. Xe I I ,N o CLYDE MARVIN DEVOLL MX LD UI ZN 'Il, 2 MERLE EAVES ForIWor+I1, Texas or o Hu. x I DaIIas, Texas DON EMSLIE FERN EINKNER For? Worflw. Texas Floydada, Texas KQZM W fue' L d T f ILENE BAIRD A I JEAN BARLOW I yFor+ Wor+lw,Texas CrockeH, Texas resno, dmiaff f , , FX! u , ' . , ' V W I L ' 'VJ FU' T ' I 'A ROINIA BOWERS MRS. JOHN BRAY 1 X Jr ForfWorH1, Texas Mr! Denison, Texas T- - j ' T rx X 1. R 0 ' V 4 . . ,J T , ffm. A jjj . T . . if : Wm 92957 WW '-4'-'fsmu,,,, LEM BRAY ANN BURGESS WILSON CANAFAX FOFTVVOFTL1, Texas Happy. Texas ForfWor+l1, Texas BETH CLAY BEULAH DEE COLE Forf Worfh, Texas Ouanah, Texas ff I L f . - . ,ff - - , f'x, , L 1 , Y f' - 5' A ,.f56,CT'1f-L29 ,J-,nf " L T 'T 3' . J' - , ' I' . ' Y - ' a . 1 VZIJ1. -I f .. f- -- X A V yn,-C17 ' I T 'Lg 'Q' ' T ,'f-f' ' W ' f ,BEN TDWLER V Afffefbfrws-GEORGE f, VE IL T I ff-or+'VNTor'r+1, Texas Q.. - v- is 'A' Foligorflw, Texas X VW ,T x f., final. f ,L,, 1fQ.r,,.k,',J,.', vlfl ,. M!! 0 df 'W-'L L 5' "- -' L., . 3-4, I-J' - , but W 46 CV! AAA: I, GLQAQQE I GEORGE GRAHAM A f - ' ' Jacksboro, Texas Winfers, Texas . " ff lv" ' --if "3 f - 2 f vvvia- 'v:.Z'.,, f ,iff , Al f 'nlu V .'-- ' 'ZA' : vis i t: 'alz lx. .Zl as . J' T 'Q Q1 - 1 ' 1 I I' nv' 'ls IJ v ' pl! "l I Tri 4 Rx K .X lf ,1 7' v' v T . ,gli ,i",J" ' H 5 ' '.. ' ,'X... - f f Y ' Xa K ' I I hs " . il ' ' -.T If X 'T X , ' sh BILLY GREENWALDT JUANITATGCTNTE ' ' I , T' A K SARAH HANCOCK De Leon, Texas FOF+WOF'i'l'1,T,6X6S' ' . J r lFor'r Worfh, Texas ,,,1 . X7 - JOHN F. HARKRIDER 'BERNICE HEGLER FOFTWOFTT1, Texas xxx DeKalb, Texas Y I BERNICE HENDERSON GEORGE HENDERSON ELORA BETH HENSON For? Worih, Texas Forf Worfh, Texas Waco, Texas I I A ROSA MAY HENSON MARSHAL HINDS ForfWor+l'1, Texas Perryfon, Texas I L 1 4 v : ' v JUANITA HOWARD MARY ANNA HUDSON TALITHA JACKSON Chillicofhe, Texas Anson, Texas Forf Worfh. Texas DOROTHY JOHNSON DOROTHY JEAN KENNEDY Roby, Texas Eorf WorH'1, Texas 9 r DUB KING MARY KINSLOW IONE LEATI-I Eorf Worfh, Texas Cleburne, Texas X , EorIWorII1, Texas I' . KATHARYN LILLY WARD LOWE T , If I-Ienrieffa, Texas Lomefa, Texas :I.I52'+ fx ag, 'Miha 9 I Q . ik -. f. + '- -zz ,ff 'WW W M ,. ,LZEI I ii, V b b ji,-Zvlzgh , . - , ..., I . L 1 4 , v iam r""""Ub PSV A KATHERINE MCREYNOLDS DORIS MARSHALL: ANNIE JO M Eorf WorII1, Texas Handley, Texas Roscoe, T VALINE MILLER BARTOW O'NEAL EOPI WorJrI1, Texas Talco, Texas I. , '14 nf . , I fi 'Lf' . ' .vm ' 'T 9 'VLNQJA fl ' -lla 'T H n . 'jllffj ' rabbi 1. 'lplfjil' T-' ."" f""f', Ld' Cu' ,Of .10- fo I' 'TTCCTXVJ ,ada '- 1,7 , 'jlfl ' M I v."' X7 A If r J f. ff" FRED OSBORNE MALCOLM OUTLAW - PAROHMAN ' f' J ' 'f- V 67' Forf Wor+h, Texas Eorf Worih, Texas Eorf TAOFYTT. Texfglfl t E4 7 GILBERT W. PARISH LOIS PARKER ,f' A For? WorH'1,Texas EorfWor+h,Texas ' 4 'K' ' I . V I 1' V Til T I 4 I I Nb I ' , , 14, v I I . 1 ' GJ' ly ,., A ' ..,T, 111 W-ff 934' 3 9 'hx I f a,..:,.1v ' ''-11iffw1vi5zg::,:::..,,-1 ,, MA 1: 'iw some ' ' 9"2hkr,S',:1,t ' V .::':1" - . x . -fg:-25 'Ig.:.'12:Xf',:Y':iXfv'Si " ' '2?1':wE2k13R'-f?5'2' : 'ng-,,,.: . -I 3 , .. .1:f:5zf:1.- 1 1. . --M -. x .. 2 1:-ma, N' :::1:,:2f:.f:gfff:-1 pf I", , 1 K", " 4 gf.-CJ hir!! ,I , T ' L . All , I I 13 f :ERI Lf' X yi, DOROTHEE PECOR FRANCES V. PERRY , ' ' CHARLOTTE PHELAN For'r Wor+l'1, Texas Gorman. Texas A' Haslef, Texas DOROTHY RHOTON VERNON RICHARD Big Spring. Texas Wilfon, Norfh Dakofa MARION RIDINGER THELMA LEE RUTLEDGE LAURA SELVIDGE Bowie, Texas CI1iIIicoII1e, Texas Fon' Wor+I1, Texas BILLY SHAMBURGER ELIZABETH SHAW For? WorII1, Texas Fori' WorII1, Texas . r- 'l',Wf f -:"' "I sf- ,f7' II , A fl 'I' JA! . I ,. 1 . I I . I yy I A ,. ' - ' ' 4 I X7 A J I 3 1 ,r -, I H7 I If" I ,I 1 Im' , ' HELEN CHRISTINE SMITH RANDY SMITH VIRGINIA STEIGLEDER Vernon, Texas ' Handley. Texas Duncan.OIcIaI1oma OSBORNE STERLEY MARY KATHRYN STILES For? Wor'rIw, Texas Annona. Texas A! I, bv, . aff' fy ,- f fx ,Al PM ,fl v , ' ' ,M A fl . , , I , ' . f I Wjf' ' . ' ' 1- if I 4' 11, V v , lj 4 V f J. I ' WINIFRED TIPPS OLIVE FAY TRIMBLE IJ bflfje FRANCIS NAN WI-IITE DaIIas,Texas Glen Rose, Texas ForIWor'rI1, Texas RUTI-I WISDOM DOUGLAS WOODWARD Forf Wor+I'1, Texas Forf Wor+I'1, Texas 31121 , ,ff 4,7 ' 1 1 ,,-,, , ly I ' -.. ' ff' F , 1. 'K f I ' lf" 1 , a u . , ' , I 1 I , 4 ' . 'Eff' .' ' ' AA. C1 V IVV? 'f- V Mr ff' 1 jj L SARA WOOLDRIDGE BILLY YOUNG 1re,.'yy ff' Terrell, Texas ForIWor'rI1, Texas X HOWARD YOUNG DOUGLAS R. YOUNGBLOOD Trinidad, Colorado Rio Visfa, Texas x .IJ Q 1 11" w WL-"J n x ,L -in X P' 4 rr milf .MLM .aff-1- ff ' ' Jlfffq - ' . . f f ' 'K . . , ' ', Q , I u 1 I I -- . fK,,' . Y 1 f 45571311- I CA ' I I gh, 1 ,,. I L, V ,7 ,--1, , fatty! -PQ r,fPAAj ,,q4-76 ,'. . -1 jifxl hi ' " f ' ,.' - . ' ff ' -v ' I ' 4 " ov. - - 6 f" ' 'I 11,05 . I 1 fn 5 I4 'L' - fky .4f'y-AQ, Zi KLLQQQ 4. -04""4'!f,!'Z , ' f 1 x :,,x 1 VI, ky .1 ' 1 V C I ff ' V H f ,Lf',ff f I f' ' . L ,l-f1L,f ,540 MA ,-,1 CAA. Y ' -Q., tx, x 'fx V3 -J wb. JN ix Q- 1. fy 'F ,, . , . 5 ,. K Qi. iw WE Q4 W K . X" ., f-. fx. N v xxgf r . X, L 1 S fx. B .gp K w-,- ,.,,. 3 fi . ,I A "WJ XTS sv Q -Cie 'SQA 101.93 POUR CMM!! my Goss ow www A rzsmf 425 Q w FIWST 'ff5,Yf5 NXWE5 'SOE X WE LL Do 7-,Hg X M0 171514 we'LL N4-31, Tig 00 SOMETHING- x J 1-off 51 5 F- f-f ff 'Q ' ., gp. . gi' f,"-K A fi rx 4? N ff fx A Y F l a' Tix Q 4 7 KN 'R 5 Q f1 ff qw , V "' Z 0 Q ' XA' ff H W J A wh, 'Q ww A A 5 ' -Q-ffQ2..'9 Q 'ff D S8 Z Q v Q Z xx Ng F 6 6 fl 2 S- . 'sb f . -' , 0- I if' ' '5 '4 Zi' x X' ' A 1 1 l l l FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS JOE HAYES STRAWN FORT WORTH PresidenT CI IARLES WALTER McKlNNEY . COLEMAN, TEXAS T Vice-PresidenT ' BILLYE LouYsE MULLINS y FORT WORTH T SecreTary-Treasurer md! g 1174 fv-QM!! i fu-frxaffrf nfl!!-7,4 f l W I-llS year's Tieshman class was one oT The llvluesT ThaT has ever hiT The Texas Wesleyan campus. The Tireworlcs sTarTed aT The Trouble OuTnumbered The Sophs have been more or less quueT This year unless some Freshman was caughT alone February I7 broughT The producTlon oT SlopscovuTch which was The pride and loy oT The class Two orchesTras and TuTTy people were Included In The casT On Freshman Day Madge lvllller held The hugh poslTnon oT Freshman Queen Every Freshman was proud oT her ThaT day Flsh Day was Topped oTT wlTh a banqueT which was made possl ble by The proceeds oT SlopscovlTch NexT year They'll be Sophomores, buT whaT a Freshman class They were. u very TIrsT oT The year, when The Fish gave The Sophs all lcinds.oT MARY ELIZABETH ALCORN Eor+ Wor+I1, Texas J. A. ALLEN Forf Worfh, Texas GLENNA ANDERSON Eori' Wor+I1, Texas VEVA ARTHUR Arlinqfon. Texas VIRGINIA BAILEY For+ Worflw, Texas JULIAN BAIRD Eor+ Worfh, Texas HAROLD R. BANKE PIIOT Poinf, Texas RAYMOND W. BARNES Fori' Worfh, Texas JAMES BARNETT Childress. Texas ELIZABETH BELLAI-I Eor+ Wor+I'1, Texas LUCY BOHANNAN Sfamford, Texas MILDRED BOULWARE Waxalwachie, Texas l L 1 l f O. D. BOUNDS For? Worfh, Texas MARGARET BREEDLOVE Haskell, Texas JlMMY BROCK For? Worllw, Texas WM. K. lREDl BROWN ForfWorfl1, Texas HELEN BUTLER - la? A Handley, Texas ,flfvj l' U 1 J 'B 1 -J - ' X' , fr, l ll ' , , V RUTH BYAS Vw' For? Worflw, Texas MILTON CAMPBELL For+Wor+l1, Texas . M ' DRE AN A ' afer Texas l filwffl Lf E BE D M nl' alak?-l My 4 Y Y RDY D For+ X X AY T B clce ge, xas 1 X Q A TTE LE L D N-X x XX wi A . Fo Or+h,Texas S L .L Y bg, X T L, Jllv W L TK Y Ex X E L Sw QE XG 1 IW? ,V J' I jf : :- w. - xv. IJ , , I 4 If ff' I V4 I L Y , ----- Q :-,:. ,-1, ----: 1:-f:,, -,,-,,v :-:,::. ,.'- .. . as 3 , ,, 2 I iv 1 I I Wye ' If "' ' 5 ' .100 'ywm-fj,L:"fW7J f4!'I,wAp"VIzA!Ap4fJ"'vguVIr1Vfl 'M I JUNECOCHRAN Bryan, Texas FREDERICK GEORGE Forf WorII1, Texas HOM ER CRAIG Eorf Wor+I'1, Texas RACHEL M. CYRUS Forf WorII1, Texas OLIVE RUTH DORSEY Hen rie'r'fa, Texas JUANITA DYKES Eorf WOFII1, Texas I - -L P lx! SAM COLLIER, JR. " Eorf WorII1, Texas COOK TRU ETT COOPER Jacksboro, Texas VIVIAN CUBINE Vernon, Texas 0-4-4' DUNKIN DAVIDSON I ' ' Eor+Wor+I1,Texas 1 Q . H. B. DUNCAN Meridian, Texas BILLY EDEN Euless, Texas I MARY ESKEW I Piffsburg, Texas I PAULINE FLOWERS 1 Jacksboro, Texas I I I I 'I 'I I I I I I LILA LEE GARDNER I Sfamford, Texas I ROBERT GARRISOII KeIIer, Tex X . IIIIII I N 'X , 'X x, Q I 'Q' WI C SON I XVI' V ' Iv I ' I ' sb GRACE r'r Worfh, Texas MILDRED FLARITY Vivian, Louisiana J p'f'fiE fi' J -'1 I ' WO '-I 'UI' L 'XII "VJ X , GEORGIA LEE FREEMAN EorIWor+I1, Texas FRANCES GARRISON Forf WorII'1, Texas JIM GEAN For? Wor+I1, Texas LIDDIE GIEBEL Forf Worfh, Texas DORIS GREEN For+WorII1, Texas . ,:,,V, yi fyfff, 1 l X L , I Z- V In gh. J. ,,A, fl lv, 71.2, V ,N .,.--..-. ,-,...n, .,.,.,.. , ,V.,,.. F, ,VVV ..,. 5, ,,.,.,, V 5' f" " '31 ' 1 I ,'f,fi'4'bf v.f'9f'g ,Q 4. v. 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Eorf WorII'1, Texas A 4 1 'Mana A WZ 2 , f MARJORIE HESTER 'I For? Worfh, Texas CLETUS RAY I-HQRS ' 4 Orapevme, Texas 9 AW? ,..,. ' . 51 gt 1 ' 4 . 2: Q Rx, ef ,, ' yy f ff f , 4 'Z , ff I As f ff f W 4, ' MILDRED I-IONNEYCUTT ' ' :IJ Y Iowa Pa rIc, Texas JOHN MORRIS HOSEA 'I R' ' Eori' WorII1, Texas - CI-IARLEY HOSKINS I-IandIey, Texas my R UTI-I I-I U RLEY Jacksonville, Texas Sli , 1 JAMES JOLLY ,Qf N If ' Iran,Texas I,- ,- aw DORIS JONES Eorf Worfh, Texas QMVI FRED JONES Alva rado, Texas 'mg MARILYN JONES Eorf Wor+I1. Texas 5 J 0 4 x 'M 2-'la' fx K E , 'WW ,L -L . 1" .L-" Lf L, ' ' L 4 AN Pgffji f'j:M,,f'4j K . 1 A L ' , . ,VAL JZ!!! I l bf .1 J W 1 Lf-LJ ' W 1 au . I, - . 'M 'A ,Nj-. My J, JJQVKJ1 J IE L IJORD NL-. Lf' J , ,TWV f orvfxj hL,Tjas AIT ry f'v,".f'f fl ' " Lf ' .f 'ij jf ' ,N L WJMLLWQL K LLET A L L, K gore,T xas - ,' fx V' 55,4 . ,JT UM , V!! , KUJJT JUN . ,If -ELE LE A A A uanah,Tex s j J FRAN KLYNN LANE Greenville, Texas BILL LARMER My 7 I . ' if WQLEIQA RUTH LLOYD JY 7 or? Wor'rl'1,Texas 'J MW ffXf,,0",90b!f. AMY JO LONG Forf Worfh, Texas HELEN LU KE For'l'Wor+l'1, Texas CECIL MCCLUNG For? Worfh, Texas JAMES D. LONG Forf Worflw, Texas if IT yywyf A J LEO MARIE MCCLENDON Fo rf Wo rfh, Texas RALPH MCKENZI E Brownsville. Texas CHARLENE MCMAN US Ouilman, Texas FOSTER MILLER Coleman, Texas JOE ED MORTON Forf Wor+l1, Texas JOHNNIE LEE NOBLES Euless, Texas BEULAI-I MAUD O'NEAL MidloIhia 1, f - FRANCES MARSHALL For'rWor+l1, Texas MADGE MILLER Mineral Wells, Texas MAURINE NEWMAN For'rWor+l'1, Texas HELEN OLIVER For'r WOFll1, Texas !J A " E CAVE OVERTON f s ' J KVM? M XI, Z! ,jfdjf JYJQABKTI ff willy, W Wzlffilzjff X f I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ll Il .I gf ff C14 Wff"l M f f fffe"K I 1 WW' 'MW 4 V , .WOF 'T as , .,1 '.,A ii . 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A X , T , , ,J Q T N XJ J xx x 4 X .XXV kj' WX fx' X, - H TE. 9 ITH AN ur A X V X nqdl ,Tegia ' LLIXKQ L A 1 'A XX Q 3 XX ff Tb - 'XX ' T B A noxCi+ .. exa, xx 5' X Q ' X x X 'E S sq L S US, xx J V T X N X Qi: X 'Lx v ,J A f X 1' c Trinidad, Colorado I y ff I I I MARGARET NELL SMITH Ouanah, Texas I-I. B. STANDEFER Tampico, Mexico FRANK M. STEWART, JR. EorT WOTTIT, Texas N BILL STOKES I3aIIinqer,T s?M ,ffl WMP LOUISE STREET WP I-IenrieTTa, Texas WARREN SUTTLE EorT WorTIT, Texas RAYMOND TALKINGTON ForT Wor+IT, Texas MARGARET TI-IOM PSON Ouanalw, Texas TOM MY TI-IOM PSON Ranger, Texas I JACK TEIORANTON ' f-If A L,Ga'resIviIIe.TegIas lf I f I jl X J J AW! 'IJ v CHADEMQ R., 4 if A A X J 1 " VANUJ OORTWV -A I I A M., , E rTWorTI'1.TexasJ I -I 's J J I 7 V Y! SSWTEIERIQIE wAlRffI' TI! I r ' ,N I I-IasIceI'If'Texas 'TT I , 1 ,J .AJ I I T' ALI! an ff- 'XVII IUMA! 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WARD Ames, Texas VERA MAE WEBB Nocona, Texas JACK RUDOLPI-I WESENBERG Eorf Wor+I'1, Texas JAMES WILSON Everman, Texas VNV I VERNA MAE YEATES For+ Wor+I'x, Texas PAULA MAE WALKER S'ramIord, Texas WILLIAM CULLEN WALSH Jonesboro, Texas , ' V. ' , 14 I VIRGINIA WARD Marf, Texas CLAUD LEE WEBSTER Eor'I WorII'1, Texas JOE B. WILLS EorI' Wor'rI1, Texas MARY MARGET WOMACK For+ Wor+I1, Texas I , -f'7 ll il, .lt J tn' . lg E I' , ny? lf' ' ML, lr 01 DOROTHY RUT ZEFF Forf Wor+I1, Texas - if 1 f . l x up L,-'X hwy l ., VR ,Vw ,,-,, - Sludenls ye I x T Sv L M Q Lk! VA:: I X, X W f 5 0f "' 3 pf Ti' f , W ,f f 2 x f f x FIRST ROW Ralpll Barlon, Jr. lrma Dale Eller Evelyn Gracy Georgia La Verne Reeves 1 Daysie Rlwome Forl Worllw, Texas Nocona, Texas EorlWorll1, Texas Arlinqlon, Texas EorlWorll'1, Texas SECOND ROW Leona Slaqle Norma Smillw Viclor E. Tacl Ben Thompson Lilian Yang Nocona. Texas EorlWorll'1, Texas New York Cily Waco, Texas San Francisco, Calif. TEXAS WESLEYAN IS PROUD OE ITS SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS, AND Tl-lE TXWECO STAEE is sorry llmal il was unable lo gel more ol llieir piclures. May we lake lliis oppor- lunily lo say llmal you are we come lo lllis scliool and ils many aciiyiiiijly NH X . fl f Wil Nil ixfcfflx W W jf Sooonzl Semoslcr ,Db XV A . E ., gy, . E Sqn X if ,i WALLACE SHAMBURGER -- A Junior and very active in his class. Wallace is majoring in Science. In recommending him, industry and re- liability were deciding factors. CATHARINE XVAKEFIELD - This active student was named the best all-round girl athlete last year, and has been at least as active, if not even more, this year. She is an assistant in physical education. DOROTHY HAGARD-Dorothy is majoring in piano. She takes part in all musical activities including the Glee Club. She also belongs to the Thespian Club. MARGARET MITCHELL - She didn't write "Gone With the Wind" but her good looks have made her well known. Marguerite is major- ing in Home Economics, with cos- metology and sewing as her main interests. DOROTHY BOULWAREH -Major in History and an "A" student in that subject. One of her hobbies is col- lecting pictures. DOUGLAS WOODWARD4Doug is a Chemistry major and the star of Prof. Ewing's classes. He is char- acterized by meticulous thoroughness in details, a trait essential in chem- ists. ELOISE RODDY-Eloise is a stu- dent assistant in Speech, in which subject she is majoring. Her hobbies are acting in amateur theatricals and being seen with Thurmond George. WI-IO' SELECTED BY as +he best The Texas MAY ROSENLUND May is a fine arts student majoring in violin. Among desirable traits recommending her for this page were her musical talent, dependability, and imagination, LOUISE HUBBARD-Louise is a major in physical education. She is active in all forms of sports. For the last two years she has been selected for the varsity field hockey and basketball teams, Among other things she is a baseball coach. , " 1:5 1. jr:-:Q-3--:QEgg.-:fa-.:-4 ':,:f::-4--:ig " . fs .,y f ., , - , --.-rf: 13:51-1. :5:2'-.V 5 'fr ' -3 'ff -lf .su-r'. fzsg:g:g5m---.1-f., g:s:s:s:: 1 5 ' ' 5105.4-' Q .,.. iii W? ., c f -A - fa by fg .. "fa : ,.,+ f' . 5 , gs- if!- ' I . - 'T x' - 2- "" . " f "" -S ' 0:- N - ' - ' ,EsS2?s5sS::i:1--I 'gf ' 'X ' A. ..4E:'.,"".f'f.:1EIfI:Ig. 1" -,Mi ,zf ,. 'Z'5:g.y-3f7'5- 3235271 i2i': "' 4' H: , L 1 ,, asass:1.1:1::--ma - f ,i '- ' f X V --'- : ' 1 . 4 1' f in if L 3 Y 5 I. Scholarship F294 14 , f 1 ,ff 1 ' we P 'WML f 41 fv A ,f,, Wfwf 001417 f.. IRVING GRISHMAN- AA student with a reputation for intellect, Irving is a student assistant in French. This is also his major. BERNICE HENDERSON--Although she has majors in Home Economics and Science, Bernice finds time to excel in French. IONE LEATH 'lone is a rarity--f-:i girl Chemistry major. In a subject of which most girls "steer clear," she breezes through. MAC LATTIMORE-A sincere, cap- able, and conscientious worker, Mac is majoring in English and Educa- tion. MILDRED ELYfThis red-head is a Government and Physical Educa- tion major. But besides carrying a double major, she finds time to head the Press Club and to work on the annual. KESTER HEARN-f--He majors in Religious Education. He is named in this page because of his high scholastic standards and his cheer- ful working. LOUISE GWALTNEY-Louise was the editor of last year's Txweco. She is President of Alpha Chi and a student assistant in English. T v My ghwf' F 4 X sf J 1' sr' ,fi A 5' 1 ff' xl ' egg as 0 ,J ,X . V- F,-qyose 3 ALLEN B UETSHER. Senior Trom ForT WorTh, is associaTe ediTor pfkre TXWECO, Treasurer oT The sTudenT body, member bT The AlToco, The Press Club, The Thespian Club, Y. M. C. A., and The T. W. Club, sTuclenT assisTanT in hisTory. on The sTuclenT council and a member oT The qolT Team. CATHRYN NAUGLE, Senior Trom Roaring Springs, is PresidenT oT The AuTiss Club, vice-preside-nT oT Alpha Chi, a member oT S. M. K. and W. A. A., sTudenT assisTanT in physical eduCaTion, and in Who's Who on The campus. WI-I0 Ten MosT AcTive STuclenTs MARGARET JOBE, Senior Trom SweeTwaTer, is vice-presidenT oT The sTudenT body, presidenT oT S. M. K., member oT The Press Club, The AuTiss Club, The Thespian Club, The Y. W. C. A., The W. A. A., and Alpha Chi, also member oT sTudenT council, in Who's Who on The campus, and sTuclenT assisTanT in physical educaTion. DOROTHY ALLEN, ForT WorTh Senior, is presiclenT oT The senior class, secreTary of S. M. K., member oT The Press Club, P. C. C., AuTiss, Y. W. C. A., and The TXWECO sTaTT, and she is also sTuclenT assisTanT in home economics and on The sTuolenT council. ILA MAE KENNEDY, Junior Trom RoTan, is vice-presidenT oT Junior class, ioresidenT oT Korosophians, member oT AuTiss, Thespian, Rambler STaTT, and W. A. A. LEON MATT-llS, Junior Trom EorT WorTh, is presidenT oT The Forensic SocieTy, arT ediTor oT The TXWECO, a member oT The MinisTerial AssociaTion, Y. M. C. A., The Press Club, ancl The Thespian Club, and Cheer Leader. A 'T 4, Z K 1 J f A , f 1 9, 4535 I 4 , 4 f STV ' 'fi 5 2,9 f X f ' 4 A ff: 1' 9' f Y fr? ' 1 1 f y,f,,4' sf 4 6 -We V 4 ' ' Q' W sf, ,ff T, f X T '.-4:1-.41"'.-.:25":f-1":E?i52Tf:22:2:z:. DEW' 5:5 ,,2:i1EiE?5E3?EEsEa5ss:E5E? .,,, ' 4' ofjy 144,43 ' ' 4 'Y , X gay, , .s f 0 if q s 4 'f 2 'f f 7 4 '59 f 4 X f 1 549,:,:g,:Q.,,k4,:,M,,.,..1 r,, .!h.,...,.4.,.,,.,.4., . af, 4. FlSl-lER NAUGLE MILDRED MCREYNOLDS, Junior Trom EorT WorTh, is vice-presidenT oT AuTiss, secreTary oT The P. C. C., secre- Tary oT The Press Club, members oT S. M. K., Y. W. C. A., and VV. A. A., also chairman oT decoraTion commiTTee Tor SweeThearT Revue. CLARIS GLICK, Senior Trom ForT WorTh, is a qraduaTe sTudenT worlcing on B. S., she is presidenT oT S. M. K., second semesier, vice-preside-.nT oT W. A. A., a member oT AuTiss, The Thespian Club, and Y. W. C. A., and sTudenT assisTanT in hisTory. MQREYNOLDS GLICK 'law' 00" KENNEDY MATT!-IIS RUTH WISDOM, Sophomore Trom ForT WorTh, is presi- denT oT The Y. W. C. A., secreTary oT W. A. A., vice- presiclenT oT Koro, and a member oT AuTiss, P. C. C. and The Thespian Club. NONA WOODARD, Junior Trom ForT WorTh, is presidenT oT W. A. A., member oT The TXWECO sTaTT, vice-presi- denT oT B. S. U. and a member oT S. M. K., P. C. C., and Y. W. C. A. WISDOM WOODWARD WI-IG Six MosT RepresenTaTive Boys ANDY MINSHEW has enioyed populariTy as class presidenT oT The same class, now The Junior Class, since iTs freshman year. He is also presidenT oT The ALTOCO and is The builder oT The sTage seTTings Tor The Thespian producTions. Andy is very popular and well lilced by sTudenTs on The campus and elsewhere. MILBURN PIGG HMODEST MILBURNH is one oT The besT baslceTball players in TEXAS. He is lcnown Tor The ingenious way he is able To loop The baslceT. Everyone lilces MILBURN because oT his casual manner and genuine Triendliness. He is a member oT The Y. M. C. A. and T. W. AssociaTion. He is also SecreTary of The STudenT Council, and CapTain of The baslceTball Team. Wzlllglw A ""-" ' f, , . 'I V . .v,. , gb , Wy 'h Q fm .- -2 if .rw T T 2 ,Q 2. 3 ,f Q , ff, af.:-L. "' -W ' .. .f W . .4 7 .. .za f ' ' "'A W T W' X7 f' f"5ff""A wr . . 4 Q if rf. :fn :e -fm. c -ff-,fl V- Q' ., f.'I:Vg'-1431:1:251592-1121.6:q1:?1:f' K"W . ' ' -1-f' A ffff- V TQ, , , , 6 '.z52aQff:1fs-4:1 M aff WK vim Q 2 f jf 4 1-42:ei:5.zs?-515132 Q -:aff 447 iw. iff . ' of ff T-':f:z:2:ZL-"::2:-frm.: "' ' ff f , ,Q f ' af . -5:5-gm.,:f:2m:f:z:, 'Qf:52s:3:s:f:s:5'M7. 'f m' .gy V 6 .6 ,.., A' Y. 2.5, .. H2 , .:1:1:,-, .?.- 3 Q . -'4A .- ' .. , '- - . :f-5.2355-1 ' e:::,. ff T Mfw. T l T MTE' . .T W7 ...ffll 1 DAN RHOME is one oT The campus inTellecTs as well as one of The besT TooTball players on The squad. He is a member oT The ALPHI CHI, an honorary organizaTion on The campus. and received a scholarship Tor making The highesT grades among The aThleTes. DAN is a member oT The T. W. ASSO- CIATION, and popular among The sTudenTs oT The college. f X , N C. A. GREENWALDT is a Senior and holds The highesT oTTice on The campus, ThaT oT PresidenT oT The sTudenT body. C. A. is a member oT The execuTive board of sTudenTs, sTu,denT council, AlToco, Press Club, Y. M. C. A., and is a leader in The MinisTerial AssociaTion. C. A. is also very popular -among The sTudenTs. EERWON "RED" RUTLEDGE is one oT The mosT versaTile men on The campus. He is CapTain-elecT oT The TooTball Team, voTed The mosT valuable man on The TooTball squad, only man To leTTer in bofh major sporTs, voTed besT all-round aThleTe, Treasurer oT The ALTOCO, and PresidenT oT The T. w. ASSOCIATION. S THURMOND GEORGE is one oT The mosT acTive campus leaders. He is PresidenT oT The B. S. U., sings in The Preachers' QuarTeTTe, member oT The Y. M. C. A., belongs To The MinisTerial AssociaTion, and a member of The Forensic Club. He was The leading man in "DEATH TAKES A HOLI- DAY," The spring producTion of The Thespian Club, and is EdiTor-in-ChieT oT The I938 TXWECO. K l X in if f Q X mf Kg? f f J O ga W9 fri? O 5 6 fgb Q1 ff J wk 1 , X fs yy f Z3 Im , .. .x 1 x x . w X , t 1 , , 5. 1 , , K l x f, 1 I x - , ..,,.vx xt. w J ,.,,, .4 1 'I h , if . Q! 'N 'X x km' A , , ,.,xj,f .., x x X X - 46 ,.1. ,- f ' x, - - IN nl. -- . x , 'X y , ,, x 1. X, 'M X 4.45 . ,,.,x. I, Q U. ,Ml w Ay .,,: 'HQ .x, E , 1 , , , . 3 y ,Ah - - 1 . . -. ,Q - 4 1 f ' . ' , 3' . f x .,'f- x - N f, . -V. - A K, v- , .Any . 9 fn - .w , ,- Mi, X .L w s x x Q 1' X K Q' 'X s , I K x Qu ,V ,H ' 9. , -Q, .. x H X r X.. -.54 Q- . v . V ' nik f. uf 'Q . 3 ,S ,- 1 JN X Q 1, ,f ,fm . X11 1 , , , X, 1 .,e Ea' 'XL , x f .1 , .- , View -X 1 .1 ' J xx I ,, , .MW ef , ??:- M? fi ,fl 1 Q Af 5 Q' " 1 .' ' 0 11- ' ffl! 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Y, Q W1 fy"'J 5,5'X !,-1 atv "fy, V mx ix W v V " , X LJ In 1' J . xi omg fffaffgmg Wguffgfzis 'Smile 6irl , CANDIDATES EOR ERESI-IIXAAN QUEEN ERANKLYNN LANE ELIZABETH ALCORN CATHERINE WAIR JUNE COCI-IRAN A CANDIDATES FOR SIVIILE QUEEN Onznzia cliff: Av 1 5.1 s . 1 'r J .. , .,. 4 4. 92 . ' ,?fl2g,zp, l 4 M ff, rx 'K 'wif ,lf ,- 1 ww-A ' Q , . ' L. f, f 'S QW W :N if f 9. an 4 s Y I X H? 'Q A yi' ,Q slum? 75.561141 ,fag :AjLLffaL!f.jfs 1 mx Sarah Hancock Helen Mc:Clanahan f4f'4.'.-L? ' ' 'A .N . f ' 'J '."'. ,f. '1 ,, .. - . , Q 'fy' ' T 55 ,fa ,f 4 -.K -f f,f..,.ex' f"gJlk?6fri?, , , , 'ivkw ,vm x 4. ff 'f',xf,f, V f -J ' 5 'gy-ML 'y A' 1? 3121? ,, V . nv ,sa 62' 3, 1' 3353124 .V Za 4 - V' .4 Ml . zg??lf3c,, 2.24.55 , ff 1 ,Q ' fff . '4 f f uf, . 4 1 f ,N 4: 4 'ir ,I 2 2 1 Q .J UU . oi ilwqjru OL in . 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TOMMIE BAILEY THELMA LEE RUTLEDC-EE BILLYE LOUYSE MULLINS MOZELLE CLEVELAND To mTroduce our snapshoT secT1on we have chosen These pucTures showing Two Typical and nmporTanT evenTs In our campus acT1v1Tles The STUDENT REVIVAL an annual evenT was conducTed Thns year by The REVEREND MR WELLS W1Th hum on The sTage are shown DEAN GLICK PRESIDENT SONE The REVEREND MR HUNTER PasTor OT PQLY TECHNIC METH ODIST CHURCH a n d O R A M A E DlCKEY PlanrsT Tor The Revival These pucTures were made OT The DEKA FORMAL whnch was held aT The TEXAS HOTEL This aTTalr characTernsTnc oT The socnal evenTs given by many organuzahons on The campus - 'ig : .-' ' f ' . . Y .- . "' - - - - ' , Q - . . A Y . , . ' . , , . - ,i . I , . . . Y . . - ' , 1 1 , . I . - 1 . I ' v f ' , .' . V- iv ' if . 3 V. i 6 .. A i , 1, ,K 1 Nm. V , 5 , , 4 . . ,T .,,Tl . . ., A , ' as . , as . . - 1 a- 1 . . . . T 5 - YA. '. . na A . 1, 1111 11 1,1 1, Al some 441 -,11 1 '. 11? 111 ill Mrs. l.isenb1's So homore En lish Class. 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Thus was perha ps The mcesf affaur 411111 . 5,93 '1 21 'Zg1vQh:v:'1.v3.::' 51 J 1. x .2 1 'ww 1e4Q,1-119,f1.g 1 Q, 1 .w www. .-. 1 Q.. ,wha f,.!,,,?: 1A'1Jf,, 3' 11, ,f .A ...W . ff.. 1 1, .1111 I1 . 11,15-fr The of The year, lended, and were enfire s'1'uden'f bocly al'- enlrerfained by Jrhe Slrage Band and Jrhe Revue of Sweefhearls wi'rh Joe Wills as Masle 1r of Ceremonies. ' ' I J iv, Vu-1-L C 'L.1.fa4, I gym K, Chime' is a vilal p-ar+ ol nur follefqc- wiufine, Thai' piiglure waf. l-'1lf?fT flurinfq lhf- Sluflwn f- ' .1 lliii ,Q A if .,..A, , . dill ri n lhia iiriigiila, lp fniil Nl-ill r' Down 'ro lhe finals, Tommie Bailey and June Cochran. The winner, June Cochran, was chosen by applause. She was named Sweei' hearl of lhe Revue and presenfed wifh a beaufiful bouquet of Calla lilies and while arnafions. She's our S choice has been a royal one. A deep bass voice and a lyric They're smiles are big and broad soprano seem to harmonize- enough. Is it really that much you'd be surprised how perfectly. fun? l Queen of May and one of enior beauties. Randy, your longer. 2' ' .i t 'r"":1i. 1:55 -ff'f:?4 . , . , :2E1lQ.IZ2' - r- ' .,G:1?:'l" :?1 ' T3?'I3f.'55 . :S62EIE2Ei1:1EP"1' 1.g:2""'1:2:1:1'3..-" .-f:-1.-:ffkif--viii: '4:hE1:I5E22I Ifiilkiiififirifaf1i1f:"1: -:1:'.I'f33?lEE1E:::::1:1:I . " 11- f-"iiirf":iE2::-sl-22?-:+' w2I'ZH15:2i,I, Eiihlddffir.,-NEIE. 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We wish them luck dur- ing the many years to come. give them time, please. ten to one bet. ters. . masculine brawn, Our Campus is basking in the light of a beautiful moon. There is no sound. Even nature has paused to wonder at the beauties of itself. Perhaps it is an Autumn night, and the chill of cool air is softly creeping up through the yellowing grass. It may be in the dead of' Winter, and the trees are shrouded in the pure white of snow. Or it might be that the air is heavy with the fragrant breath of Spring. It is the time when the worries and work of the day are forgotten, when romance and fun are given full sway. Shadowy figures are dimly outlined on the Ad Building stepsg the Jungle seems to shield the beginnings of many a future reality: vague forms stroll up and down the walks, arm in arm. At some time or another they all visit the well-to get a drink-Howard and June, Thurmond and Eloise, Hortense and Foster, Dub and Helen, Merle and James, Bobbie and Lemmie, Dick and Russell Marie, Lewis and Helen. Oh, why, on a night like this, do you have to keep an eye on the look-out for Mr. House? A But night does not claim all the. honors. Many a romance has had its beginning in the Trading Post, across a library table, on the rail in front ,of the bulletin board, in chapel, or even in one of those many classrooms. .Tobie and Johnny seem to have a good time most any- where, anytime. It's not hard to find Mary Lee and Bill about most anywhere during the daylight hours. Dwight and Helen especially like to sit in that certain car, while Randy spends a great deal of his time waiting near the Fine Arts Building for Mozelle. Whether it's night or day, romance or just a date, it's all fun! It seems to be the real thing: a least, it has lasted a long time and seems destined to last much "Gone but not forgotten," smiles Our campus songbird and one of Blanche. It's nice of Uncle Sam our football heroes make a nice to take care of that flow of let- contrast in feminine charm and The shiny day . . . there's lots to be brawn, and another example of . . . Is this the usual greeting in. Things change. O-F - ' 1 - b t F' h d a So h? on our campus, but it must stone benches and a sun Another example of beauty and S-U-C-H . . . A-F-F-E-C-T-I-O-N This is a changing world sa1d,isn't there? the ways of some college ro eween a is an p manceg, , been fun while it 12.Sted. 5 l P in the right sur When two as prospects for a big' meet, somethings furthermore it lasts a It's nice to be around a couple like this. They're lots of fun, and all in all, mighty swell somebodies. 1 255 3, 42' fzf ' 'ff " A, 1 -' ff '- f ' V " I-wg, A1 ,-E1fz,4"' """:'V' , ,. 1 ., ,c -- ::j 1. 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Y' an X v A, Q2 N llr' 1" e 1- These girls and Candid Cam had a great time on that particular day . . . Let us get your picture, Billy. And so we did . . . Very well, young lady, we'll take your picture anyway . . . Madge and Hortense, those two pretty, popular Fish . . . Pausing for a brief rest . . . A nice picture, John . . . Marching to work . . . Our chapel speaker adjusting the back of her costume . . . Men of affairs . . . Just sautering along . . . An interesting interview . . . Mr. Williamson . . . Cam slips up on two of our co-eds Coach and Hall . . . Chapel is over . . . Those are nice big, sweet smiles you have, girls h . . . A busy man about the campus . . . Well-trash to the trash can, you know The most popular man in the campus . . . My, how coy . . . Going home! 1 A view of Polytechnic as seen from the Fine Arts Building . . . Three of our Co-eds on their way to Poly . . . The bus is being prepared to take our boys on a trip . . . Ram Hall in all its glory . . . Those South steps again-the most popular place on the campus . . . Lowell and Billye Louyse . . . It won't be long now until the bus will be ready . . . The Education Building, a popular place-at night . . . Three of our gals pause for a backward glance at Camg they look like they're standing on the heads of some of their classmates . . . A session in front of the Gym . . . "Join the rush to Orgain's Studio! We want everyone to have his picture in the annual!" . . . We'll hear its BOOM many times . . . The impressive columns and steps of the Ad. Build- ing . . . Three busy students take time out . . . Our school church on a Sunday morn- ing . . . On his way-almost . . . Looking toward Fine Arts Building . . . Standing and sitting, strolling and talking about the campus. 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Tashua Shum shows us her charming' smile as she pauses on her way to the Trading' Post . . . One of our Yell Leaders with that personality . . . On the way to Chapel . . . Hazen and Mildre caught on the way to classes . . . George visits the campus again . . . George Kee er, ourman about town . . . On the way to Poly for lunch . . . Joe, the iron man! . . . John A. and Mr. Williamson discuss their many problems . . . Frances pauses for a moment on her way to Mulkey. Hutch and Gillie . . . O1lie's thirsty . . . Willie waits with the rest of the gang for lunch . . . They wouldn't even stop for Cam . . . Evelyn turns on that person- ality . . . Charley, looking for Mildred . . . Miss Doak pauses after lunch for a chat with Merle and Kathryn . . . Olin Odom, headin' for class. Jerry, Newton, and Milburn are in a hurry to get to lunch . . . An ex-student who has just spoken in chapel about China . . . Milton joins the last. minute rush . . . Mary Kate and Mercedes coming from Mulkey . . . 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This IS one way to get to town I believe they made it with these smiles .... We enjoyed having them on our Campus Another view of the Trading Post .... Mildred looks very lady-like, but Cathryn is on the verge of shlnnmg up that tree That's him-Pappy .... Classes are over .... On a football trip. Some Fun' The well and two comely lasses .... Mildred poses with Willie .... One of those informal get-togethers Loading up Qffifl 5 1 f--- f, JL, fi " V 4 fl f ? r AH ., If Vg, W , ki' '5 IW , 'pg ,, QL '55 ,7"T'i W W' ' ' 5? ff 515, 4 3 ,,, ,f 5 -I J? ., 'fa vt ' "' ' I 5v144"'.1,,,A fm " '? 2 , ,, L i Y a J-4 ,4 .-.fy,.Z5,,.g Q0 WJ, nf , , , ,, V, f QW: iz 'S f ' f ,fff u fi W Ag ' , G Qfzwal - f, ff f 1 5- A 1 ff f 1 .fm-,s.-,zf4' f .f ,A f ff f , 6 ,f ,,,.,,,, , 0.,4,,,x,,y,, .,, ,4,, , , fa Q , , Mx a, iz . fyzsfzzwf-,JW ,f ,-,:. f .f f N ,, fr 1- v 4 , V Q ,W 1 f Cf ' Sv f V A ' Kam. 7i?,l,5,-.V.va,-.,0.-7,ygM.:-A-331-W-'-4-, 1' f. 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Margaret smiles, Weldon looks on, while John furnishes a background . . . Mary Anna and Jean . . . A familiar campus scene. V 3. . , 3364, Q A , 211222. .- -3 Q mg: . i i P. A 's 4 . W? i ' Q . ' miie" 15, ,5,-HL "" wg: .,, 3, li 11, Q, Aw z 5' 7-2 V5 5 as 3 r AM 'KM F ,yy 685' if V AMY iillll' as QHUKQM' sf wsgsa- -., " ',r'-f'fS'-,- -- - 2E2s5cf,4z:1.m:v,i.-, ..,,,, ..:r1-1-: L 5C27337712513i2?. ,I:,:I:I:!:3g.:I:T:-,: f':-E"::""'x"' i.-':3.-"4-5"'f'-IZX :I-I-":f.b' I5E5E3:3E?f5f25E1:555E f' E525 ,,.g.EEf-'Q'-' . r:,f2v3'5:E55:5s5::::5E".'5S is If' ' W ' -- ,' "' 5 H 5 8, . 'I .:: "" . '352r'5If1,E22i'iIfEQ'i::I 'Z - . e-'W .A.g'g:3s5g::,. - - .vsftfgg 1. 5 .-:-.,:g..Y:1'-:iygraf-115: wg V " -' V- ':-:5-2 ' - Q. . 2:13-:.,,:5: ' ' V 4-, , V : Z' ' . "" - ,, vi- ' Q3-153255525--Z' ' ' . fa sw' " i --N55-3:3,, -- , t A,-. 2 ne w - Dick against a background of snow . . . This is a typical scene when it snows . . . A couple in front of Dang also our beautiful campus trees and Ad. Building . . . Hurry, Gwin, those girls will be gone be- fore you get that snowball made. :-:f , lg I ,g 'F 2' N is: ' Margaret seems to think she's had enough snow down her back . . . Claris Glick leaving Dan . . . Bev- erly is building a snow man . . . One of Mr. Turner's many jobs. Doris and one of the Collup twins . . . They're dodging snowballs . . . It must be love in the snow with a snowball thrown in . . . Jane, you're entirely too little a girl to eat such a lot of snow! The photographer gets another slant at the snow . . It was snowing hard when this picture was taken . . . The time in this girl's life when she was literally "snowed under" . . . They're resting a minute and smiling for Candid Cam. I are absolutely who built the the snow was Bernice smile lt seems they're plotting for a battle royal . . . Woe to the next victim . . . This is one time in your life you helpless, girls . . . So this is the bunch snow man which lasted for days after gone . . . Dick, Margaret, Steve, Doris, for Candid Cam and Dan puts his best tongue forward. " U "'.. . ' iff, ' , , I - Q, - , .L V . if ' is '- Q . ,. fl: VV ' ,, 429- V 5 f, 4..' -, ,V ,gf ' V , fr W' fl A , "-- 1 'fs' ' Y -W l .V V V . Vi, '- 0 ' V fw 1 , V- 5sg4,.,aq., , 1 3 , L ' 1 ,:, 4 . . agzgerir-' . .V., 5 -fi V' f ' 1 ,., 1" 'P , M -. 5 1 Vw V ' , -2 'e' , 1 Vg- ,z JJ?--A f .nf '45 Q V 'ff1::,::':a1::fhs2'-3:-' '- ' , ' , 1 . .f . ' , -.-Sv , - ,. " v ,r?V,1 . 5' .V ' V -f rzlifzr .- 1fz2r:r" 'r1-1:V.z+ 551'--y 5 - V -'-w . ' 'V A l fm, f1.zi.f"9??sg,'1'ji' :Q W zvf' V 2 'fl -"-e f f . ,. 1 V, v " ' Q .,., - q zifil' 3'f'-Yi' 2 --v- V-+?M'i ' 43' ' ff. 1' I ' " Jean and Lottie . . . Mr. Matthis on the way to Math. Class . . . John Hensell as seen about the campus . . . Mutt McCawley, one of the second semester students . . . Douglas Woodard as seen by Cam . . . John Wilhelm pauses for a picture . . . Catharine Wake- field shows her personality smile . . . Mildred Ely stops for a moment in her busy day . . . J. L. Marshall and his swell smile . . . Mr. Bowman caught in a characteristic gester . . . 'Tm bubbling over!"-We believe it Mr. Matthis . . . Bill Stokes gets a new slant on this laughing business . . . Second Semester students . . . The Band warming up before they shove off . . . John, we used to catch Perch that had eyes like that. 'ii 3-. ,M :iff Mlifliilii + 3 'X is . .... , . M '-.A.:..: . , 1. ,, V: - 'f'1'1" '- --'ff ::s: - - -vwff: f 'R We 44- I U' Q1 ,SQ ew! .i":::,"ff:::-:E5'Zw- :-:':- ,E mfs R 5: :asf 1-'32-2:51-132' 5j5:g::.Es1":i 4 1 i " 3,53 4 P N554 X' 9 f ff V , if " '5f5:': ff"'s'N"' oi' 'S Q, .3 is bf: , , .- J 'E-,ji g ,aging 1 , :.. ,5A: .A iz, - - :.- 1-, . ,, -X., , .. .4 -z--:H f a. . , c f . -- 1 1 J - . 'i 322512 2-:-:Ay 'lk -rs ' ff ' - i . 1 :E .Y .,,.. z.- ,ef-,,,:,,, 111, -V 530 ,. ,,gQg5,5..: ff f X ' 1 , -. - e. ' ,V Ng. 363, 1- W I.-.-,. :A W 7 Jef QfZ WMM , I 'J4!jQ.,oU9 ' pdf! ' pw GWJ f JJ! Candid Cam catches two campus stro eg2 e X ' pw-1' 'I' many admirers . . . James and Joe Elder the way to clas X , u in . - JJ! serious mood . . . These Mulkey girls were campused because t y gl o V struck the match that lit that fire-cracker. That bunch rea s - " . . ' I A-, M431 Nice smiles . . . Lounging on the steps . . . Iris and Lonnie pause long en 514 -a I f show us their million dollar smiles . . . Two comely co-eds often seen about . Mis Styles and Dorothy talk over the problems of the Senior Class . . . Sweethear Pi, . e 5 all on a Sunny Sunday afternoon . . . Vernon shows how the job was done . . . Overflx the net . . . Afternoon practice on the campus. Presenting "PICTURE STORIES OF CAMPUS LIFE." On these two pages are shown the pictures turned in for the five dollar prize contest. The winning pictures were turned in by Dick Morris. They are shown below protraying a typical day in the lives of Texas Wesleyan boys who live and work on the campus. Running' a close second are the pictures turned in by Fern Finkner showing how a typical dormitory girl spends these nights studyingx The remarks turned in with these pictures are printed below. mfJ.Mh r . V dyhg MJ l 933 . S Y . 5 5 ' 4 ' E 12:00 P. M. to 6:00 A. M. 7:00 A. M. Pulling out of the hwy. After break- fasts brush up. OH' to classes. Afternoon at work. 7 :OO P. M. to 11:30 P. M. And so to bed. Well, I guess I'd better get to studying. Social visits first, Wonder if he's thinking of me too. Oh. this wool! Oh Boy, I was just starving. One more nightly task done. At last. Z-Z-Z-Z-Z- Organi Grinder Swing. Piggy Back. Truckin'. Susie Q. Scratching Flees. Shine, Billy. Swing Out. Susie Q. Swing High. Off to the Brownwood game. No luck that time. Maybe we can getsthe next one. Success this time. Let's go in. Here we are. x These two stories were turned in by Weldon pictures show in a very effective manner the pictures portray how the T. W. Girls support stories shows an entirely different part of our Kellet and the T W Glrls The top steps of the Big Apple The bottom the T. W. Boys Each of the plcture campus life This is a familiar door to every member of the staff . . . This staff member worked so long and so hard that when he left he completely forgot his hat . . . The dummy . . . Adv- vertising one of the im- portant affairs of the year. We always look at the Y. VV. C. A. triangle for the "Thought for the day." . . . Below is a poster advertis- ing the Valentine. Young Peoples banquet at the Poly Methodist Church . . . Leo fRedJ Fielder gets a last look at the day's lesson while waiting for the bell . . . Jerry answers the telephone while Juan- ita keeps her company. Mr. Wren checks up on accounts . . . A typical scene in any dormitory, Dorothy combs Olive Ruth's hair . . . Waiting for the bell to ring . . . Eating and loafing in the Trading Post. ' Miss Styles lectures to her Biology class . . . Porter assists in Mr. Ewing's Chemistry class. iii 'ae 04495 1? . 1l'4! CANDID CAM GOES TO A PARTY THURMOND GEORGE, EdiTor 0 y is -v .zzxx - .iffzlf BILL FISHER, AssociaTe FdiTor ' ,,, Z' .,.V, f . DOROTHY ALLEN, OrganizaTion EdiTor B frj g fm A ,ff T1 , ,Aj-J wif I TXWECO For The pasT several monThs The I938 TXVVECO has been in The making. lT has required much Time on The parT oT The Edi- Tor, AssociaTe EdiTor, Business Manager and The members OT The sTaTT. We hope ThaT we have broughT To you The besT annual ThaT has ever been published aT Texas Wesleyan. ThaT has been our aim. We have Tried To inTroduce several new TeaTures and To use as many colors and Types oT paper ThaT we could aTTord. We have added a Who's Who secTion as an eTTorT To presenT The leading sTudenTs on The campus. There is nc deTiniTe Theme To This year's annual buT we have Tried To carry The characTer oT Candad Cam ThroughouT The book as he visiTed diTTerenT porTions of campus acTiviTy each day. The nexT TeaTure is The BeauTy and Queens secTion. IT is larger Than iT has ever been beTore and we have used duo-Tone and pebbled paper To bring ouT The eTTecTs. We hope you like iT. The FaculTy secTion is more inTeresTing Than in Tormer years. lT has been our aim To increase The inTeresT in This secTion by bringing To you some oT The proTessors in Their oTTices, classrooms and on The campus. Much Time and aTTenTion has been given To The snapshoT and TeaTure secTions. We have Tried To make a represenTaTive secTion and To cover all oT The acTiviTies ThaT have occurred on The campus during The pasT school year. The AThleTic secTion conTains more pic- Tures Than ever beTore, and is greaTly im- proved by The addiTion oT acTion picTures in each sporT. The I938 TXWECO is larger and more expensive Than any previous ediTion. IT con- Tains approximaTely Two hundred pages, an increase oT Ten pages over The '37 book. Three hundred and sevenTy-Tour sTudenTs had Their picTure made Tor The annual, which is quiTe a Tew more Than ever beTore. We hope ThaT you like The cover and The end-sheeTs. The cover is padded and will sTand much wear as well as keep iTs color. STAFF The members oT The sTaTT worked long and hard in order To geT The book ouT on Time. Thurmond George, EdiTor, is largely responsible Tor The early delivery daTe because oT his consTanT eTTorTs To geT maTerial compleTed and The many hours ThaT he puT in, arranging proofs and copy. Bill Fisher, Asso- ciaTe EdiTor, designed The cover, and puT in many hours on page arrange' menTs and prooT reading. Leon MaTThis is responsible Tor all oT The drawings and carToons in The book. The class ediTors. Mary Lee McMahon, Senior: Iris Caraway, Juniorg Bernice Henderson, Sophomore: and A. B. T'laTcher, Freshman. should be commended Tor Their Tine work and Their eTTorTs in geT- Ting sTudenTs To have Their picfures made. MilTon McCleskey, Joe STrawn, and Nona Woodard are responsible Tor The greaTly improved aThleTic secTion. Eloise Roddy wroTe The copy on all The snapshoTs and helped on several oTher secTions. Marshall Cole and Cecil McClung did mosT oT The Typing, and Wilson CanaTax and George Keever were The humor ediTors. The l938 TXWECO wishes To express iTs appreciaTion To Mrs. V. Robinson, who sold The adverTising Tor This annual. and To Mr. J. P. Crow oT STaTTords, who conTribuTed many ideas and assisTed us in a greaT many ways: also To Orgain's STudios and Marvin D. Evans Company Tor Their Tine cooperaTion, and To everyone else who conTribuTed in The making oT This yearbook. We hope you like iT. 1 GWIN SLAGLE, Business Manager Leon MaTThis, Wayne Reynolds, Mary Lee McMahon, lris Caraway, Bernice Henderson A. B. l'laTcher Eloise Roddy, Vernon Willoughby. MilTon McCleskey, Nona Woodard Joe STrawn, George Keever, Wilson Canafax, Marshall Cole, Cecil McClung . 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FlRST ROW Blanche McCu'rcheon, Vernon Willoughby, Roberl Kincaid, James Long, Barlow O'Neal, June Cochran, Gordon Keichum SECOND ROW Ward Lowe, Juanila Ounier, Wallace Pollf, Mildred McCans, lla Mae Kenedy, lone Jenlcins, Walierena Russell THIRD ROW Dub King, Jasper Mallicoie, Lewis Tucker, Amy Jo Long, CharloHe Phelan, Covingron N ms, Travis 0 f, We' Q was f 44 1.15, . :rf-,..: , 1 , ,- -rhew ...ww :ffl 5.23-'-:Y - . -f Mi: 'r-j-3 fs , 41.4 1 ::: 1. qu, - y 2 . ' ' H 4 5 55" '-1:51 '. X., , gg fy, .fs ,VTE , -E if 71' , 15 F .W :lin ' ,:,-g- . . .-rE1- .4 1.5-1- 'ff'1:i:5 ...-'f22sf:f2ff:1. " ' 'W ' ' ,W W. -:e ': ,wie i f 'f -5,-V., 4 .1 'ff-W . if . : " . 524, A V Sis' . 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In May, at the third function, special awards of merit were presented to credulous workmen on the staff. Beginning in February, the "second-semester be- ginners" contributed ful- ly fifty per cent of copy material for each issue. This work comprises a lab for young journalists in Texas Wesleyan. A most worthy step was taken when the Tex- as Wesleyan Rambler contested in the Texas Intercollegiate Press As- sociation tournament. At least nine divisions were represented by Rambler staff members. The Rambler has lived true to its motto: "See All the Truth, Get All the Truth, Tell All the Truth." The Rambler, a student publica- tion which has as its maxim, "See All the Truth, Get All the Truth. Tell All the Truth." has been sensi- bly consistent in style and content, yet at the same time, progressive in thought and make-up during the year '37-'38, Its great improvement, perhaps. was manifest on page two. From a more or less hotlge-podge page of features. comments, and even short ncws stories, it has become a page of fact and truthful comment in a style pleasing to the eye, and con- sistent with the requirements for a sueccssful editorial page. It is now a page of morlernistic make-up--no eolumnar lines, and all headlines flush to the left. if Z X vid' 2' iofg ff f W ,W 592 W af A5 .J 5 ORCHESTRA i L KR X14 x K r R Sealed: Andrea Groves. May Rosenlund, Direclor Marious Thor, Marqaref l-lamillon, Juaniia Willlouqhby. Frances Marshall Slandingz George Henderson, Chadwick Vandervoorl. Ellis Mercer, Johnny Vanslon, Milner Sandifer, Ralph Ufley Accornpanisl: Virginia Bailey STRING TRIO May Rosenlund, Marqarei Hamillon, Andrea Groves Accompanisl: Marius Thor CARL VENTI-l CLUB FIRST ROW Mary Margaret Womack, Iris Caraway, Paula Mae Walker, Beulah Dec- Cole, Marion Ridinxrer, Juanita Stinnett, Merle Adele Silvey, Doruthy Hauard SECOND ROW Faye Ann Porter, Helen Christine Smith, Frances Marshall, Maxine Melton, Margaret Hamilton, Helen Ruth Morrison, Mrs. Lettye Reinhard, Mozelle Cleveland THIRD ROW Anita Parchman, Melba Head, Mary Kinslow, Jean Barlow, Ruby Lee, Bobbie Hornsburg, Dorothy Smith. May Rosenlund, John Harkrider FOURTH ROW Lowell Rainwater, Sam Collier, 'Mary Kate Lacy, Frances Culwell, Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon, Tommy Thomp- son, Osborne Sterley, Flora Beth Henson FIFTH ROW Mrs. Ellen Jane Lindsay. Sponsor SIXTH ROW Billye Louise Mullins, Pianist This organization is very old on this campus. It was organized during the PQLY- TECHNIC COLLEGE days, survived TEXAS WOMAN'S COLLEGE, and is still an etlective intluence on this campus. This organization was known as the Glee Club until this year when the name was changed to CARL VENT!-l CLUB, commemorating the death ot CARL VENTI-l, who, tor many years, was Dean ot Music ot this College. The purpose ot this organization is to give credit in ensemble worlc, to aid public school music teachers, and to give personal enioyment to those who like to sing. The members ot this club study the science ot diction, some tone production, and modi- tication. If BAND fi i WW ,610 'i Q51 1 f CLARINETS Doyle Gallup June Cochran Charlene McManus Faye Ann PorTer Anna Marie Hall Leo Marie McLendon SAXOPHONE Doyle Collup Ward Lowe Edwin Swain MELLOPHONE H.A. BlanTon DoroThy SrniTh Billy Sharnburger H. B. STandeTer TROM BONE Johnie VansTon Randy SmiTh Warren SuTTle n, E' MR. M. K. SANDIFER, DirecTor TRUMPETS Julian Baird Harold Banlce Jim Gean BARITONE Marshall Hinds SOUSAPHON E Charles Eaves Wiley Hoolcs SNARE DRUM Virginia Wallis RuTh GriTTiTh Paula Mae Walker Lila Lee Gardner Flora BeTh Henson Virginia Bowers BASE DRUM Sam Collier CYM BOL Clyde Sweeney MASCOTS Law Sone, Jr. Sandra Sandifer ADDITIONAL MEMBERS Doris Nell Marshall Norma SrniTh Ralph McKenzie Ralph UTley John Gibson Mary ElizabeTh Pidgeon Marjorie HesTer Chadwick VandervoorT The band is one of The TinesT organizaTions on The campus. We are all proud oT The Tine progress ThaT has been rnade under The capable direcTion oT MR. SANDIFER. During The year This group has been ouTTiTTed wiTh new uniTornns of The TinesT qualiTy obTainable. We Teel ThaT we have a band comparable To ThaT of much larger schools. The band has added rnuch To The school spiriT and will be a wonderTul TacTor in The growTh of The school. lncreaseo aTTendance is anTicipaTed nexT year in response To The encouragen'ienT of The AdminisTraTion in The giving of scholarships To The band rnennbers. STAGE BAN D MR. M. K. SANDIEER, Direc:Tor VIGLIN SAXOPI-TONE Ralph Ugey Bill Hudson Chadwick VandervoorT Doxfle Collup PIANO TRUMPET Mary Frances Harlcrider Julian Baird BASS I GarneT Rhodes Wiley Hooks Tiaomsoue DRUM Johnnie VansTone Dan l-lamilTon Russell Cavness The sTage band of TEXAS WESLEYAN is one of The mosT unique Tac:Tors, Trom The sTandpoinT oT enTerT'ainmenT, on The campus. This group oT enTerTainers has been The obiecT oT pride To every sTudenT in school This year. This is The TirsT year Tor This band, buT iT has loeen a wonderful asseT To programs iusT The same. MR. SANDIEER is To be commended highly Tor his Tine worlc in organizing This Tine group of musicians in so shorT a Time. We are expecTing much Trom The STAGE BAND nexT year. .- . W, .f'T'-' H -1, . '--v ' A THESPIAN cLuB T , T T Presidenl Vice-Presideni Secrelary Treasurer .M Behind The Scenes .... low are piclures of iniense ac- lion laken from Jrwo one-ac? plays presenied in The Fall Produclion. I+ looks like 'rhe Jrhiel, Joe Slrawn, will make his gel-away unsuspecfed by Vernon Richards and Frances Marshall. Y wil Ivlillon lv1cCleskey , Eloise Roddy Claire Marie Doak .. Mary Anna Hudson QVW'-vt' ' Eg . H2323 Be- K 5 AMC 1 Nz- LW "'4y,5 -- -vv iif. . , 'z ,P ' MW' ",4.59?v xx.. 'fi wc. ,. Tig , sv K Q 1 QW I M Q., ' ' fa, ' , ' ii ., V 4 Q 5 4 9 WV' M, 1 , iv T 8 is gat, of if I 1 . f M Ig, -4 MQ, ff, 4 as ff ff, 1 z M 4 ff 777 The Thespian Club is a very old organiza- Jrion and is responsible for many evenings' enioymenl on Jrhe campus. Scenes like Jrhis laken from "Cyn+hia's S+ra+egy" are 'rypical of all of Them from +he slandpoinl of slage fechnigue and enlerlain- menl. Here JOHN HARKRIDER is seen making love io LOWELL VRAINWATER while CLAIRE DOAK and BOBBIE HORNBURG walch The procedure wilh lwinkling eyes. Below . . . Margaref Fisher, George Keever, Margaref Nell Smifh, Wayne Reynolds, and Lonnie Norris are en- gaged in a ballle of wiis endeavoring lo unrangle a plof To Take 'rheir home. The biggesl producfion of +he year which This club sponsored was "Dea+h Takes a Holiday," which was led by Thurmond George as The Shadow, and Thelma Lee Bell as Grazia, wifh a supporling cas? of fhirieen. -,J . E '.. ,f ag 'X 5 S li " if l l 4 l l l l I K w l Wilma Anderson Thelma Lee Bell Helen Boswell Virginia Bowers Wilson Canafax Mildred Chambers Evelyn Clay June Cochran Olive Ruth Dorsey H. B. Duncan Bill Fisher Margaret Fisher Thurmond George Claris Glick Ruby Lee Hackney Dorothy Hagard John Harkrider John A. Harrington John Harvey Rosa May Henson Lorene Henslee Bobbie Hornburg Ruth Hurley Lance Hurst Margret Jobe Doris Jones George Keever Bob Kincaid Ila Mae Kennedy Mac Lattimore Ward Lowe Mildred McCans Charlene McManus Leon Matthis Dick Morris Bernice Morton Lonnie Norris Marjorie Parish Charlotte Phelan Lowell Rainwater J. H. Richards Vernon Richard 1 Merle Silvey Gwin Slagle Dorothy Smith Margaret Nell Smith Joe Strawn Margaret Thompson Olive Faye Trimble Lewis Tucker Catherine Wair Virginia Wallis Ruth Wisdom Mary Womack Jimmie Wylie Douglas Youngblood "'..-' 92 v! A.,, J' ,J iff!! 4 I is 2, V ,dn ,V , 4 A ..,,. Wg.. ' ie- 'Y f- if' Es I -f. M , ig sw:'.-ef:"'-'-'- N' 461 . 1: W,-.40 I 71-" 1 7 S f f a 1 1 f, if P! 41 v I 1 5 4 4 , :ax 1 . , , - .- . ...,. , .., E - fN. 31:-ef: 41?-Qs M If 'sf iff 'if -,, ,:.-.- -9- N. Q. - nw- -: 'Y ,, ., A ,, 1-'QV f if af, 71 an 4 fx ff? xl va, My ,. ., Q, y.,.1y. I V Z., 4 a -.X . 2 A 'Q c ag iw fs WK lf,-- ' 72' I 1 I . a Q if Y . 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R 5 ' K , 'H ,firifirf - 3 '.Ef.5:5E2'E-E , - 1- I 'gi ,. -1 IVF' ..,.-,. . .-... . 5 ' -fl- 1 ' A" . 52:'iQ-K1-,Tw ,,.. Q9 f -we ,mm a1"'Wlf?'a ld? --.4-. ALPHA Cl-ll Alphi Chi is a Nalional Honor Sociely corn- uoosed of The highesl len per cenl ol lhe upper classmen. Meelings are held The lirsl Monday ol each monlh in lhe parlors oi Ann Waggoner. Throughoul ihis year sociely members have enioyed book reviews given by facully mem- bers. Social affairs include Jrhe Chrislmas dinner given by Mrs. Lisenby, The laculiy sponsor, and lhe parfy given for siudenls on lhe Honor Roll. Louise Gwallrney Presidenl Calhryn Naugle Vice-Presidenl Ma ry Louise Winslon Secrelary May Rosenlund Treasurer f : fi' Left .M Mozelle Cleveland Margre+ Jobe Helen McClanahan Mary Lee McMahon W- Marguerile Mifchell 'I' , :-r,::' 1 .- g, A 2 wk ff- .. . ,AWK Q , 1:1 ,:4z:sz,s:: 3899 ff' aww 3"?m-,.. W ,W fr L r 71 12.343 jj'j'g:1- 31.141359 ,2?f"'5.:35E5:5.:' Q, ,, Y A QV:-,gy :. 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My Q. ,Ln sf, if , 'fig Mm ,W MAReARi3T BREEDLOVE ,.i,, -,-i 'V ww- CLYDE DEVOLL ...se -4 Y THURMOND GEORGE A, f ' ,A.'..' 3 .AVVIIIAII . V-:,i::f--'::z::::::-, AIII AAI' A ii --1 ii I H CLARIS euck 5 JOE eREEN A sw 1- , " -." 5 Z. " 1- Il-5 A .-A RUBY LEE HACKNEY . .,,' .1 ..., IVII ,Y , ' 'r"' ' ., ROSA MAY HENSON In V 1 MARSHALL HINDS ., iw, - r--4 ' MAC LATTIMORE V- . . "' . .. "',' . II V S I A? "bf A Si CATI-IRYN NAUGLE CHARLOTTE PI-IELAN MILDRED ANN RAWDON MARGARET NELL SMITH OLIVE PAYE TRIMBLE LEWIS TUCKER ,wk fify Y. W. C. A. I RUTH WISDOM GLADYS CATTERTON MERLE EAVES IRIS CARAWAY OFFICERS Rulh Wisdom .., ...,...,.... ,... P residenl Merle Eaves ..,. ...... S ecreiary Gladys CaHerIon . ..., Vice-Presidenl Iris Caraway .... ...., T reasurer The purpose of Ihe Y. W. C. A. is fourfold: I. To lead srudenrs ro Iairh in God Ihrough Jesus Chrisl, To lead Them inro membership and service in Ihe Chrisrian Church, 3. To promole Iheir growlh in Chrislian Iailh and characler, and 4. To influence Ihem I'o devole Jrhemselves in The uniled elllorls wilh all Chrislians Io make Ihe will of Chrisl elleclive in human sociery. The social Iuncrions sponsored by Jrhe orqanizalion rhis year were Ihe New-Sludenr-Old-Srudenl Wedding and Gar- den Parly, Big-Sisler-LiII'Ie-Sisler Picnic and Kid Parry, Hal- loween Carnival, and Welfare work al Chrislmas. Dorothy Allen Ilene Baird Mildred Boulware Virginia Bowers Ann Burgess Beth Clay Buelah Dee Cole Helen Conner Frances Culwell Oramae Dickey Ruby Dunnam Mildred Ely Irene Emerson Mary Eskew Georgia Lee Freeman Claris Glick Helen Gordon Doris Green Louise Greenwaldt Frankie Gresham Mary Gresham Inez Griffin Ruth Griiith Jennie Hall 1' ' Bernice Hegler I Bernice Henderson ---- Flora Beth Henson V"f. 55 Louise Hubbard Mary Anna Hudson Talitha Jackson Iona Jenkins Margret Jobe Dorothy Johnson Mildred Keith Oma Kent Mary Kinslow Mary Kate Lacy Ione Leath Ruby Lee Katharyn Lilly Leo Marie McLendon Mary Lee McMahon Katherine McReynolds Frances Marshall Mary Jo Matthis Bernice Morton Cathryn Naugle Maurine Newman Anita Parchman Lois Parker Majorie Parrish Charlotte Phelan Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon Marion Ridinger Novella Ross Thelma Lee Rutledge Merle Silvey Dorothy Smith Margaret Nell Smith Beatrice Stringer Sara Woolridge Winnifred Tipps Olive Faye Trimble Catharine Wakefield Nona Woodard ad 'W7 '-vm, ' WW " - is " ' ,, if I M , '-,V I 77" X ' f, 1: v:', V ' ' be if 11551452 T2 :1.' 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Lewis Tucker The YOUNG MENS CI-IRIS-IIAN ASSQCIA- TIQN is an organizaiion for all Jrhe boys in Jrhe coIIege who are inieresied in discussing curreni eveni probIems, probIems oi CoIIege Iiie, and probIems of ihe business world with emphasis on The moral and Christian viewpoint of ihese prob- ems. I2eguIar programs each Friday, sociaIs, and heIping ihose thai may need heIp are projects underiaken ioahelp spread friendship ihroughoui the siudeni body. A W , I ,,. .. -Q..1..51.:,r .' ' .6 'z-5 ' 5 'c , . ' "" ' - r- 5, , f -5. rrI'r' 9 "" 15:5-5 :5.. 5:... ' 1 "i'55':2E?'r 1 ' . ,.::52.,51..2:.5.:. 153525 , 5, ':s.525:5:,.,...,.,., T75 5-' r 4. . ""' , I. "'ff ' Sf 'I .II-E2E2:f' 1 " .gf ..:A:-fj,j-5:1 1 , 0, 5.515:g:5:3 1' 55... ' " -5 5--51 '.-.-.1..2.5I:sf:- 2.19 , If Thurmond George Rex Gleason Billy Greenwaldt C. A. 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WILSON CANAFAX SECRETARY-TREASURER ...., JOHN I-IENSELL The Iv1inisT'erial AssociaTion is composed oT The young men on our campus who are To be our TuTure religious leaders. The purpose oT This organizaTion is To enable iTs members To beTTer undersTand The Task which is beTore Them and some of iTs prob- lems. This group meeTs every Thursday nighT preceded by a dinner in The dining room oT Ann l-lall. To iTs meeTings are broughT' many prominenT speakers. The Preacher Boys' QuarTeTTe is made up oT members of This AssociaTion. They have rendered a greaT service in appearing on programs and aT many oT our local churches. ELL MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION . A. Allen Clyde De Voll Thurmond George C. A. Greenwaldt Koster Hearn Marshall Hinds Lance Hurst Leon Matthis Lonnie Norris Wayne Reynolds Vernon Richards, Lewis Tucker X . ' ' niixfb, rh 'pf Q Q , -io LS-Q..Q Ak 'N l' - fs- s Mk'-Q- X 'mxfxi' - - 1 L-.k,,'4.. 0 'TV Xi' Q- ,Q X L1 x '- , ' Jkgfgxq 'Po Susah M. Key U , p ' f.L.SL , H353-. 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C laire'Marie Doalc wvgesfg . 1- O O 1 1 FD vs 'U O 3 Q. 3 x.O U7 GJ 0 1 0 -O- OJ 1 'C Dorothy Allen .... .........,,...,... . . .lrna Archer Q Recording Secretary lrene Emerson .. ,,,..,.., Mary Elizabeth Pidqeon L 5 Q ,k4A Treasurer The officers are being sworn into their new positions as the second semester leaders of the Society. fFirst Rowl Dorothy Allen, Glenna Anderson, Wilma Anderson, Ima Archer, Tommie Bailey, Virginia Bailey, Jean Barlow, Dorothy Boulware, Mildred Boulware, Virginia Bowers. iSecond Rowl Susie Breen, Iris Caraway, Gladys Catterton, Evelyn Clay, Frances Culwell, Oramae Dickey, Claire Marie Doak, Olive Ruth Dorsey, Nelda Dunnam. 1Third Rowl Merle Eaves, Irene Emerson, Margaret Fisher, Helen Franklin, Georgia Lee Freeman, Frances Garrison, Claris Glick, Helen Gordon, Doris Green. 4Fourth Rowl Louise Greenwaldt, Ruth Griffith, Louise Gwaltney, Ruth Gwaltney, Dorothy Hagard, Madelle Hale, Anna Marie Hall, Jennie Hall, Joyce Hall. 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I tFifth Rowr Minnie Bell Ratliff, Mildred Ann Rawden, Thelma Lee Rutledge, Tachiu Shum, Merle Silvey, Dorothy Smith, Margaret Nell Smith, Virginia Sparks. lS'ixth Rowl Olive Fay Trimble, Catharine Wakefield, Hortense Walker, Virginia Wallis, Nona Woodward, Jimmie Wylie. ln September, l89O, the first literary society for young women of Polytechnic College was organized. It was to be a means of encouraging self-expression of its members, developing a leadership, teching parliamentary rules, studying world wide subiects, and most of all it was to be a socializing influence. lt was named for Mrs. Susan M. Key, wife of Bishop Key, one of the founders of the in- stitution. Since its organization the colors have been white and gold. its flower, the Daisy, and its motto, "Victory Crowns Labor." Every year since I929, during the third weelc of school, Rush Week is held to entertain all new students. On Saturdays just before Christmas a luncheon is held at one of the hotels. 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Katherine Bailey, Thelma Lee Bell, Helen Boswell, Mildred Chambers, Mozelle Cleveland, June Cochran. tSecnnd Rowp Beulah D. Cole, Juanita Dykes, Fern Finkner, Pauline Flowers, Andrea Groves. 1Third Rowj Melha Head, Marjorie Hester, Ruth Hurley, Mildred Keith, lla Mae Kennedy, Kathryn Kennedy. 1Fourth Rowb Mary Kinslow, Katharyn Lilly, Mildred McCans, Helen McClanahan, Blanche McCutcheon, Lucy V. McRoberts First Semester lla Mae Kennedy May Rosenlund . Katharyn Lilly ,. Marion Ridinger Mildred McCans OFFICERS .. President . .. Vice-President . . Recording Secretary .. . Corresponding Secretary ,. . Treasurer . fi Second Semester . Russell Marie Smith ,, Ruth Wisdom .. Sara Wooldridge . Helen Conner ., Marjorie Hester The Korosophian Literary Society Was organized in l895, reorganized in l902, and ted- erated in l9lO. This organization has a long and interest- ing history, and its aim has been io develop mentality, socialiry, and spirituali+y among its members. Rush Week was introduced by "KORG" in I927. ln l932 a new tradition was begun-that ot presenting a KORO pin to the girl voted by the society as the most loyal to the organization. This year's history is still in the malcing. ln the Fall the room was redecorated and new draperies were bought for the windows. Rush Weelc opened the activities tor the year. The banquet at the Woman's Club climaxed a happy year for the "KOROS," who continue to grow in "WISDOM, BEAUTY, and GRACE." ""c3 'fiqifffi N.. . I9 If lFirst Rowl Annie Jo Medlock, Lillian Merritt, Margie Moon, Bobbie Sue Moore, Helen Ruth Morrison. Frona Pate. lSecond Row! Dcrothee Pecor, Charlotte Phelan, Faye Ann Porter, Marion Ridinizer, Josephine Riley, May Rosenlund. 1Third Row? Walterena Russell, Russell Marie Smith, Helen Christine Smith, Virginia Steiizleder, Juanita Stinnett, Louise Street. lFOlll'th Row! Beatriee Strinirer, Margaret Thompson, Frances Nan White, Catherine Wair, Ruth Wisdom, Sara Wooldridge. 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E ..-A A-:::i ?:,:, "'A' f fm ' 'T w w T -V , Af :hifi X .lie-,,. -' A"' , B "--' ' , r- gm gi- 'Ie alexa " T i"sf2wwf' was 5' Vifw ff we '919' 1-win X-yin, of X 'kr' I ' A lig 4 .,...Presiden'r ....Vice-President .,. ,Secrelary ... Treasurer Dorothy Allen Ima Archer Tommie Bailey Mildred Ely Claris Glick Louise Gwaltney Flora Beth Henson Louise Hubbard Ruth Hurley Margrst Jobe Ila Mae Kennedy Franklynn Lane Mildred McCans Blanche McCutcheon Katherine McReynolds Annie Jo Medlock Catherine Wair Ruth Wisdom fi Auiiss was organized in l935. li is a sisrer club io ihe Alioco. The purpose oi 'rhis club is io form a closer association and beirer un- dersianding among ihe girls on our campus. The social acriviiies for ihe year included a formal banquei held ioinily wiih Alroco on March I9, ai the Texas l-lorel, a Theaire Pariy during ihe Fall, and ihis Spring a week-end ar Lalce Worih. 1 x --5 K7 A iprfll f 1 , ff 1' - rw? ,ff i ' A ' cf my ills Truett Cooper H. A. Crowley Bill Fisher Billy Greenwaldt C. A. Greenwaldt Andrew Minshew President John Bray Vice-President Milton McCleskey Secretary Fermon Rutledge Treasurer 2 AlToco The AlToco Social Club originaTed during The Fall oT i935 as The Boiler Room Club, wiTh abouT TiTT'een charTer members. The nexT year iT was renamed The ALTOCO Club which sTands Tor: All Loyal To Our College Ordi- nances. The purpose oT This club is To Torm a closer associaTion and beTTer undersTanding among The working boys on The campus. The social acTiviTies Tor The year included a Tormal bangueT, held ioinTly wiT'h The AuTiss Club on March I9, aT The Texas l-loTel, and a nighT aT The lalce during The Spring. Dick LivingsTone succeeded Andy lvlinshew as presidenT in March. 'W' X -q--5491 af--nw my i:51fI'l' ' f, .4i3i22ff'W'f- 'QQ-3:35:22-5?-A , ' A V .. ,V .- V .V .i.. i , A Newton Hayes f gg g James Jolly ' -I- V ,, - ' i 1. 70'-Q " 15:-1557? ,l ' I I , If '. 3 K -. 'f . ' 5 -I ' 'f?'Ib 'T " - . 1 , 1 2 421 'mf t -. 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I . fi ' f A' A I George Keever Harold Bradford W . . . 3 K 1 -. ,ff .. .-T ' 'i W' , . -' - John Bradford .'-.H , 1: , I-' ":2f:q:Q:Xf '- ,!g:, A .. '1':s.1-.af , 'Q W'-l '-1,-... H 155: . . j u... ..:.::-- X as - . -:EE Erwin Crosler .... .. T' M, .G ,.., . : ,.:- I I -V ..,..,. - .. .. :V ,MT www - 'j-T ., '. s -rf- .3 R 1 gag? H. L. Donaldson ' John Harkrlder ' T l ,... ....,,.. M , ,-, A B111 Larmer . N I Ward Lowe 5 ...J ..-.- , 1 f T 'sr , ' . V- E152 A ,VAQ Walter McKinney rE:f:5'?' ' - ' . 'K - I Stanford Parr ,, '-iff" .,25ig55?53E5Ei1i5 , 43. ' .5 'EI ,.,. fri .f f . .- J. H. Richards V if :rs -.P -14255. L -. fs x ..,.. ' L . T' 'UP .2 -A Chadwick Vandervoort . "ff,-f 'f2:. 1.W"z. 95.53. . - I f-'Y is . , .. .QI--' Jack West l F -'-' " 1 Q . -1-- fl.. ww James West if MM.: Joe Wills I fi uli " V i' if: BAL.. 3' Gordon Ketchum ,gxxfll my , 2 S r X if :21' il ""f - Y. as John A. l-larringTon ..... Grand SuTen George Keever .. .. .Viceroy SuTen Harold Bradiord . ....... Scribe Gordon Kerchum . ...Bursar The Sons OT Salclcara was organ- ized in T934-35 and soon became an acTive organizaTion on The campus. Their pledges are chosen Trom The boys oT The sTudenT body and beTore becoming Tull-Tledged members, are required To undergo a series oT ordeais. The club has Two Tormals each year, one in The Fall and The oTher in The Spring. A parTy or picnic is held once each monTh Tor The priv- ilege oT The members. Helen McClanahan Margaret Smith ., Mary Kinslow ,, Delca is the sister organ- ization oi the Sons oi Sak- lcara, and has for its purpose 'ro promote good fellowship, good scholarship, and build good character. The Club's membership is limiied i'o iweniy members. The two social evenis, around which the Club's in- ieresi is centered, are the Fall iormal and the Spring iormal. Ai intervals during the year the society has in- iormal pariies and enieriain- ments. WA f I MW Y.. 6 ,- f, V 3, W .Y Q :Que 'km' qv in r.s, ?E2?. A25 ' ss-' -r-s' ff ... President .. Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Virginia Bailey Charlotte Cleveland Mozelle Cleveland June Cochran Fern Finlcner Andrea Groves Maxine Melton Madge Miller Frona Pate Josephine Riley May Rosenlund Virginia Steigleder Mary Katherine Stiles Louise Street Hortense Walker Frances Nan White Sara Wooldridge Deka Sa ra Wooldridge Margaret Smith Mozelle Cleveland I 'V .l . .ZYI v I 'M ,,r:, if . ' rf , VV ' Z, .. : "fi1, .-v'-- 'g,'W,,V" X ' I .:, fllif- ' I' "", W . 'jf e?m',fa? rer- if aaa 'Wa 1.: . 5 if I if ' ' ..-f ' M wgpwmv ....f Q 'Ezg u QA-'Y,:."' -. xx is ZZ: :5 -52 E: :Xa 22392122221 . " I Vigiiiffz'-.53:2Qzf:::l'-: -. i . ,ii f Hy.. . '99 WW . .. ., :QV ' gm. .. "V Mzfrj .. ' , lin 1.1.2. , ' i22':fg44.' ' . - " f.,,,.z,3z,,..,mag-1-1-:.f-.vw 511 .. 1,1 V .-r.:,.-.:,.-:::,1g1-ga.:f:r'f:a1:L-1-sr. ,.' , -:5:i?'f" unaw- 4.- . s , ,www ., m-:-gy : .4 - ,- . V v Y' 'Mr C R. In I .,:. S " sr, , " r' -. 'Egg 4:25-2:-. XX A '5aae,f gqmwq H521-. - . .- 33555 -' 1:5:':f:s-::5:5-5-5:5251as-s:s:.1:i:. -3 Alpha Rho Tau OFFICERS 19' Presidenl ., Virginia Sparks V Vice-Presidenl .. ,. Blanche Harris Secrelary-Treasurer. ,. , Annie JO Medlggk 295 ..... .. .,:1:,1.::x1' '. fy: . . V, K z .,,, ,, , i ,i ,I 'rf' ,sf s - ' 17, 1,..,1:fli3' -- nina ws' :fi 1 .3 " V 3111, ,,.. ...g if 43- ,ga gggyf V -I 5 1 riff "" H - '- , V' Altr'2sf4s:f.'3'li"?3 .gf - 5 1.:5i,,m-f K-3 ff r' ' ' "fin ,' X ,V .s 'W "" S f 'ff .Mar . 7:52 ' " f-i2l77f"E47,IfE' 1 H Z , Mlm' I "'4i:l':' f - ,5,,,,,, , .,,,.,, ,,,, Q V - :ww .. - -:1 -e sv .1- -' 1 nw V-::-,-1-24-11:4 . H" ,r .-xr:-9:---'. :-:ws -. gil, , - 'r- :wi . b 2:32 1 f fy 1' 1 ' Kgs, I f , 2 H 16 af jf 6 1, f ',. ,A ., , ' , f, 942241 :s:1ff- 1:-5:1-a1.s:se:i:.: , 1 3,g.gggeg5siz2:z':f::gs,55 W , . f ., . ......, 151, W? ,f f 'ff sf ' P 'ef ' ' A r'-ff:1-ffr2f1- - f -'V':2-film:-V.:-A2""...ff-i:5:,v'-,',:-:-.3.:Efi5E5. 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The purpose oi lhis organizalion is 'ro iuriher The developmenl oi The ap- precialion of arl and lo cre- ale a grealer inieresl in lhis field on The campus. Irs members yearly supervise an arl exhibil in lhe halls of lhe Fine Aris Building. Mrs. lvlaurine Gramer is ihe sponsor oi lhis club. ,BV Press Club Mild Fed .V M,-Jared M C' Ca n g Pgd MQR A . eyllglds fx l 1 f 1 orricerzs Mildred Ely . Presidenl Mildred McCans Vice-Presidenl Miriam Mcizleymias seae+sfy.rfesSUfef The Press Club of Texas Wesleyan was reorganized in I936, wilh John A. ll-larringlon serving as ils lirsl presidenl and Mrs. Gladys S. Bowman as sponsor. The Club has a Tive-fold purpose-lhal is: I. To enlarge lhe scope of sludenl publicalions. 2. To carry on sludies and discussion of problems ol publicalions. 3. To delve inlo various phases of journalism and crealive wriling. 4. To provide for a well-defined syslem Plans are being made by lhe Press Club lo enlerlain lhe Texas lnlercolle- glare Press Associa- lion on 'rhe campus during lhe year ol I939. Piciures show The Press Club members and lheir guesl al lhe annual Washinglon banquei on February 22. Wilh Presideni and Mrs. Sone, and Mr. Malhis as honor guesls-all lhose presenl lend an in+eres+ing ear lo speaker Hal Thompson of Slalion WFAA, Dallas. ol promolion in lhe publicalion slafls. 5. To malce possible a closer fellowship belween Jrhe lwo slalls and 'rhe sludenl body. The Club's emblem is lhe lypewriler. To become a member of Jrhe Club one musl be eilher a slall member of The Txweco or lhe Rambler. This year lhe aclivilies of 'rhe Club have been varied ancl inleresling. We find lhal The Club has had as i'rs guesl speakers such nolables as Miss Ra- chel Fair Brown, A. l-l. Monlford, and l-lalThompson,along wilh many olhers. The social aciivilies include Spring and Fall chapel pro- grams and an an- nual banguel honor- ing lhe members and lheir guesls. - fin 72LL4L,u,7l 4' !,z9yi Q "uJw4,M.97i.5. A I ,olfC.77L Louise Greenwaldt I J President 'Ml' Bernice Henderson J 1Vice-President Merle Eaves Secretary Wh., Dorothy Johnson Treasurer Home Economics Club This club was organized Jrlwis year. I+ is composed of ine members oi ine Home Economic Depari- me-nf. H"s purpose is io iuriner ine inieresi of homemaking on our campus. Several socials were planned for ine year including a 'rea for ine ieacners. Miss Imogene McNeil is Hwe sponsor. PanTher CiTy Club 5 MSE i ff will fi 1 Bernlce Margaret Joyce . MiId,redi ' Juamta Morton Fisher Hall Mckgeynollls Mead W 1 r'.,' L A iyxywlfi T OFFICERS FirsT SemesTer Second SemesTer MargareT Fisher PresidenT 4, ,, Bernice MorTon Bernice iv1orTon ,..,, Vice-PresidenT MargareT Fisher Mildred McReynolds , . SecreTary , , , Joyce Hall Joyce Hall . ,. Treasurer Juanifa Meadows This is The Town girl's club, Tounded Tor The purpose oT TosTering school spiriT and co-operaTion among The day sTudenTs. All "Town girls" are members oT The club auTo- maTically. Among The many acT'iviTies of This club were The picnic Tor Town boys and The "TaculTy dinner." This evenT Tinds each member inviTing a male member oT The TaculTy To be her "daTe" Tor The banqueT. As There are many more girls Than TaculTy men, The compeTiTion is keen, and The TaculTy men live Tor one shorT while in The greaTesT populariTy. A group of P.,C: .CJ members. 1, ,WAX , I-V :X I ji' " 'e 'tlfr .' ' :iz - - .A Nona Woodard fg . gr. -.f In .35 President 'f' 1 21. -' ' , .- :gif ' "' ' :"""fF: Claris Glick 7 -4 - ' , X Vice-Presldent 4 : l , ..,.. -Y:-:-:-1--k-ff ,. 'xii as Ziyi? 1, I 22 ,E was I Mildred Ely ., ' Secretary rw' W-5 ' W lt R ll ' "Q"fr , 3 erena USS? ""' I 3,4 Treasurer ,- , r X W. A. A. The WOMAINVS ATHLETIC ASSOCIA- TION is composed of all girls interested in sports. The members of this organization are very active in all girI's Intramural hockey, voI- IybaII, basketball, and baseball activities on the campus. In carrying out its purpose of furthering the interest of sports among the girls as well as encouraging habits of good health, W. A. A. offers a series of awards to all girls who participate in sports and keep required health rules. lFirst Rowl Virginia Bowers, Susie Ellen Breen, Gladys Catteron, Beth Clay, Helen Connor, Vivian Cubine, Nelda Dunnam, Juanita Dykes, Irene Emerson, Mary Eskew, Margaret Fisher. 1Second Rowb Doris Green, Mary Gresham, Inez Griffin, Ruth Griffith, Sarah Hancock, Flora Beth Henson, Mildred Honeycutt, Juanita Howard, Louise Hubbard, Elizabeth Hull, Talitha G. Jackson. 4Third Roar! 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The club endeavors To hold aT leasT Two ouTsTanding socials each year Tor iTs members and The ouTsTanding social oT The year is The annual banqueT which is held aT The close oT The TooTball season. The members and Their daTes as well as The ex-leTTermen are privileged To aTTend This banquet John Bray Lemmie Bray Terrell Davis Ben Fowler Howard Gracey Newton Hayes Dick Livingstone Monroe McCarty Milton lVIcCleskey Moran Mote Milburn Pigs ' Alvin Reese 1 I Dan Rhome Hall Splawn Lyle Hodge Homer Craig John Hosea Foster Miller Steve Scarafiotti Roy Segars fn, are 'Bur' I 'WEQWCZ ff?6fQW' ,fm ,W , ,, Jw! ,,,.,,,',.,,-4,,:- wvf,-if '- -. .. . T-" . 'Y44,L,..' .1. M . .: 'V :V f 4 ,.,.: H yy . . v. fo ,: , 4 4 ,Q T ' ' - .:1- -f " "f,f5-'Pnw 'f ' , 1.94-V ' ' 'r ' -ff ' 1 5' W 'L qvazs . 2 , 22, I ., ww ' TT'i i yi Q -.,:. ,-i:-:: - - : A X 5 wif 5 ,S nf Q gg 2' 2 K 5 S vi , ,iii ', X4 ., -JT. aa. . as --1 - 425351 2 , y 'l" iFffEsaf1e5si5S:"'f Vernon Willoughby H. A. 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The programs opened wiTh The Alma lviaTer played by Mary Frances l-larlcrider, sT'aTT pianisT. Dub King, sTudenT publiciTy direcTor, gave sporT slanTs and inTerviewed sTars oT The games. The girl's Trio was a TreguenT guesT, singing popular song hiTs oT The day as well as songs OT a more serious Type. Joe STrawn, assisTanT newscasTer, and Joe Wills provided many amus- ing momenTs in chapel wiT'h announce- menTs concerning The radio program and The Treshman class, one Taking The radio "plug" one chapel and The oTher The nexT. These chapel speeches creaTed much inTeresT in The pro- grams and showed originaliTy and wiT. fgpofzfs Review ff? 1 '---1-T"-1-r--:--' Lfv xx Z ff , :N fw vigogx ,X 646,73 l 4 Fnevgw 1 654 C 'V " x A W O yu 1 Q J 'X i xy, 'QAA-J! Q CL Zx mf ' M4521 'D -K fx' L Q W M4 11-A!! W I , FCDOTBALI. SPQING TRAINING BASKET BALL TQA-Q14 GQLP WCDMEIXVS Spams ' -r '4 r,:rc,9:5:2s:1 . M, 2 9 X " L A M 3 'fra -"'-' - A . -'-- - V 'Z 1:.'-.mx ' ',',- f' v ' ' ' e21..M,maf ., F -1 . " -,: 51' W?-5""':' ff g2:y:5q5gg::,- V' - . +:.::5:, . f ,.,:,.4yg.f,, ff 5 ' fi Q. 2 , . 5- 49 -g f-:::: . .- .5 'gg'-g: ' .-.v-,-.g.:.g:: -:. -f -- 1: a - X .. 1: seg. x , ' ,,i ' ' ' -:rf -521 2. " ,, x ' f ' E J: ,V , ..,.,, . ,. .. .X . ,1:::,:f 1, 5121: ..: f Q ' 1 ly 4 ,. , J ki 8 X Y S Y Kmcogb I X The miqhfy Rams on 'rheir way io Galvesfon and vicfory. Barns 7, ST. Ed's 0. Ready To go! The bench warmers waiting Their chance. Add meefs fhe gang in Brown- wood. f Rarin' Red Ru+ledge gfrikes a pose. We've seen fhis one quife of+en. The Billies sfarf a play. Pre-game gef-Toqefher. 'Gus walks fhe sidelines during fhe Ram-Bearcaf game. Bearcaf back hi'rs leff side of 'rhe line. Two on one-Davis, Cooper, and Kelle++. Coach W. A. "Gus" Miller Gus came To T. W. C. in The summer of '37 Trom Trinidad, Colo., where he was aThleTic coach in Trinidad l-ligh School. There his Teams won a long sTring oT championships. An enviable record in- deed. Arriving aT T .W. C. Coach Miller wenT To work immediaTely making plans Tor The coming TooTball and loaskeTball seasons. Gus inTroduced The VVarner sysTem mixed 1wiTh a li+TIe oT The "Try anyThing once" sTyle oT play, and, in spiTe oT The TacT ThaT he broughT in a new sTyle oT TooTloall, had a very successTul season. 04, UJ5"Pk..d0k A j,Le,cL.L, -'uf-44 X "X 'sf s 4 +- CapTains Bray and McCarTy were oTTen seen Talking Things over wiTh The coach. Mr. Miller guiTe oTTen asked The players Tor ideas along cerTain lines. l-le is The sorT of Tellow men like To play Tor. ..1.J hu. 4' w'L'f 'F Q Our mascoT. Willie. ' ' 1 Presenling FERMON "RED" RUTLEDGE Eleclecl besl all around Allwlele lay The T. W. associalion. All Texas Conference quarlebaclc and a baslceleer of no mean abilily. Capfain elecl, loolball '38, and an all 'round swell fellow. TogeTher in uniTorm Tor The lasT Time, graduaTing se- niors, MoTe, Splawn, McCar- Ty, Mccleslcey, Randolph, and Rhome seem To be dis- cussing The idea oT Turning in Their moleslcins Tor good. MM nfy. These eleven Rams wiTh capable asisTance Trom The bench beaT The W T S. T C. BuTTs I3-6. WesT Texas sporTs wriTers aTTer seeing This game ro- claimed The Rams To be The besT Team To play There In years. Backs' Splawn RuTledge Gracey lvlcCarTy Line Davls Rhome ends J Bray LnvingsTone, Tackles' Randolph McCleslcey guards' L Bay, cenTer. g -W , ., . ..-rw.-. ... .... . g- . I , . . . I I p ' I I I ' I . I I T ' I . I I I I ' rl Managers, Andy Minshew and H. A. Crowley. Jlaff-400 6Zao.,K,,L,.,. ,yo-1,-mffviwj 7Jf""fj,'? xfwlffff' IJ-W Q--K'-1. ., Qzzzzwz-, T-A-2, ? -.mxgiggf A g ff. ,, . 1 MET "T -.2 . :--tram.. . . ,.. f--:-1-1-: ' - ,Jg ' 'Q 5f:::i':ii:if:E3i52sSs. J -sw HX- zz : ,.::,.:-:-::-:.-:-:-- f -. 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A player who can handle himself Randy lilces The game Tough, and well, and Talce care OT his parT of plays iT ThaT way pulling no punches. The line. ,Nolg , J s.,f ' cl 4-A vb, Fl- n ' -, xl 1 ,1 FosTer Miller, Tackle, Freshman. One ThaT will be righT up aT The Top in Three years. , l P 1-66,414.1 , John Bray. faclcle, Junior. A very versafile afhlefe who can play one posifion as well as anofher. Because of his all 'round abilify as a foofball player he was All Texas Conference faclcle. Hall Splawn, halfbacln, Senior, Because of his speed, Puddin' was a handy man fo have around when an end run was necessary. Trueff Cooper, end, Freshman. - This young man from Jacks- boro was an oufsfandinq firsf year man. Don'f be surprised if he is shiffed fo fhe back- Wm Zalifw -994-EQ Howard Gracey, fullback, Junior. When a man can pass, punf, and run as well as fhis'n, fhere will always be a place for him on a feam. 1 Q 04.446,-1 'P P ' 4 A hf?-V461 .ilk s-:Y f I 1' oafw' ' MV.. .M . yszssag . 4.11. 'Q'-"4 field nexf year. X A I ' .' , l -. ,KAQAFL4 aywfy A Q5 7 RAMS 13, O. B. U. 7 X.-35 Mil+on McCleslzey, guard, Senior. Ben Fowler, cenfer, Sophomore. Been known fo play good foofball. Scrappy liffle cenfer who ha proved greafly over his firsf year. S Im- Dan Rhome, end, Senior. A greaf defensive player and one who can more fhan hold his own on fhe offense. f'r , ,'fQ fffiuf-U1 .1 xi ' 5 igfx f s , f ,Lb sta ae. ff MQ1-fe... , x ' Q. r- I ,643 I Ie- . g ' 'P I, 4, SX - ,- , , ,',,i , X . fy, ," '-' - -6 , i 'sf 'I X ,, , , , , , .,,- ..,, -.... ...,.... .fri ,,, my ,, il. . i B' ,bi . T, N , f Y f .f , '.s Sieve ScarafioHi, halfbaclc, Freshman. A very shy and bashful sori of fellow in The ordinary wallcs of life, bul a very versalile and capable opponenl on The grid- iron. Terrell Davis, end. Junior. One of The besi! A man Thai played greal liooiball lhis l pas? season. He will be playing regularly 'rhis nexf year. John Harvey, guard, Sophomore. A liille rnan who made up for his laclc of weigh? wi'rh a "never say die" spirii. Moran Moie, fullback, Senior. T. W. C.'s original hardluck player, buf neverlheless one who gave a very good accounl ol himself on 'rhe fooiball QW? W "1-zHf,'yf5j .. 9 .X A09-f I. - 1'-ifrui. 7 ffT',,fffff,fv gk W ref M' W Rufledge ing pulled down by +wo Be rca players afler having received McCar+y's pass in ihe flai zone. one of which was usually good for a gain of len or eleven yards. l i l l l Weldon Kelle'H', quarlerbaclc, Freshman. A hard hillinq lillle fellow who is capable of 'raking care of himself under any condilion. Wayne Hillery, hallbaclc. Freshman. Walch 'rhis man for lhe nexl 'rhree years. l-le's going places! 'w7"'. 7 f -Jaw' 1' If ,nffi-Y' -1 vf L fy -4 W1 M' I6 ' if " Sam Greene, quarlerbaclc, ,ff K 2,6 fa, Junior. Z fl, H Y, -J -f gf, 1 7,,f4f':4'1'M'r,h X 5 '!'V- ' Anolher lillle man buf hard 'ro WJ V J slpp. An adepl sfggnal calleg fl! ' -V ' w o can' 'pass an run wif W ' ' ,equal abiluly. , I ' -i 5 A ,f Lvl, U4L.,,bs"-"Z-'A' 'VL' ic ' , uw A' Q 7 . . M f! F7-71, iff, ,'..42o-sf" Z 1 -ffjxulse ll , George Graham, 'uard, Mglfz-v S Q..-A Sophomore. ' ' A lillle man wilh big ways who likes lo play foolball lhe hard way. i Hall Splawn on one of his long iaunls around end which paved lhe way for viclory over Sam Houslon. Score-Rams 9. Bearcals 0. J-.IAJJJ J ,. . ' f' cp. fl,.',., 4. f-fwvubi iff- from ns. ff Cl" "' f 'Hn' V"-ffff "'i4!'! is Ji'-IL e!Q,f,gQQ.,-g Ml, . 'S z X ,. gljfv? cf sf WMM. W Lem Bray, cenier, Sophomore. Jrhe nickname "SLEEPY" did noi lil LEM when he was in aciion on 'lhe Roy Segars, guard, Junior. A scrappy li++le fellow who lilces lhe going when i'r's rough, and one who gridiron, He was very muchly awalce and in ihe middle of The aclion. can Talce care of more ihan his share of The opposiiion. The Rams losi +o Howard Payne as a resull of a series of bad brealcs, one of which look The ball away from Jrhem on Jrhe one-fool line, prevenling a iouchdown and pos- sible viciory over Jrhis Jrough Howard Payne bunch which wenl on lo win Jrhe conference championship wilh no de- leals. Final score, Jrhe Yellow Jaclcefs 7, Rams O. 1 . J. . 1. Qs ,I- ir' fr E, L . A M , is fl 'J P 5 , 'Y7 Q A I .. James Jolly, guard, Freshman. An easy sorl of fellow who can be pleniy +ough'r when 'rhe occasion calls for il. ,S- F' ,A " 'fv4s.:.-if TQ- Q :II ' V' . '4,,::' -'-- 1 asf, ' - - 5 . . ff I vi 1: "ii'E:15:::fi5s5zSsQ "" 221-aifi'-.,. - ,G .. 5 W-.55e5Ei:-s55g55:,jE.: ,H ' '1hv.1."wre' 4Q:"f:j:,1'-1':Jij,-,Ez-,. A 45- -FL.: - ,, P .. f -Z. 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A bleacher sludy dqring fhe RAM-BILLY game a+ Brownwood. lWonder whai Those Rams are doing now?l Daniel Baker back frying a play over 'rhe RAM line. No gain! x 5 z:,Q,,:5:k gjga - :jg Q s5 Y 'Q f 1 A W -.1,.,.+.Wx we T en g I .-...v.,.,.c. M 1 1 3 . 1. ,f . ' . - - ECL . , . . ' A :,..'rigia-.5..Q5fi12E..:5:EEi?.:.: .-A .. X , . C' ' 1:12-if',.'2." r'f-if - .sei-.1'fziff-he-f-s:S:. - 1. .4.sf21:1.sfs22l-'-2-'-2fi5-15I'222'1ft2?:?-M-Q1:- - , g - .. .,Q'Ef ' .- 0 " ' V WM-0 , V ,Ap-' -,2:1..r, . 1. -1- . ' in . av.: Q.. -:1-' .Hj.5:5:f15.5.5Z555g.' 5'-,af 1-2:-.j5.:.,, ' T :::f'5Ef.si s1':-- ,I5fEf.f5"s1' 1:1 "":1-fm' c f 5' 1-iii ,..rf'Q2a'i?5E2EE? 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W.,.,+.'.- 4 ..,. .. ,X-at-.iv -QM-M '- --" -we'I-FG'P22::3I93I'i 15595:-'.1i" M -".ff"".2 '1:""'?5i5':'--I-51?:".'l"ff'f1QE'1.:3ff7I' 'K.-"-'':3315"f'l'fI5"':"2'- x,2:I'-,Elf-4' -iuflv.-il''C''1:-''ifffi'-2":'fI'i",-4-'' 5 , BRIGHAM YOUNG and L. J. WILKINS insis+ed on posing for lhis snapshol falcen al 'rhe bollom of The fronl sieps "looking up." A bunch of fhe boys wail- ing ou+ fronl' 'ro leave for Shawnee. The lull before 'rhe slorm. l-IOSEA does a liflle "quick change" acl. The Rams prepare io leave Amarillo affer having bealen W. T. S. T. C. See for yourself. MR. CROUCH made fhe +rip To Sam Houslon. An ardenl Ram backer and a regular fellow. Prergame pile-up. Beiween halves ai lhe game wilh Daniel Baker. Spring Training A biT of TasT acfion during scrimmage session. Beginning of The play. NoTe The ball in mid-air. Roughing iT up during a scrimmage pracTice. FOSTER MILLER charging Toward The line while GUS looks on in The background. STEVE Taking The ball around end wiTh HOMER CRAIG leading The way. A neaT biT of blocking. ' f T43 WAYNE HILLERY carries The ball Through The leTT side oT The line. A pile-up around cenTer. , STEVE Takes The ball Through The line, WIL- KINS running inTerTerence. A play being run Through The cenTer oT The line. NoTe The big hole ThaT has been opened Tor The ball carrier. BRTGI-TAM Takes care of his man Ihr clearing The way Tor The runner. BASKET BALL if ff f XL! 1 11 ff 14? ? sf' ' 7 Z RAM BASKETBALL SQUAD The players, leTT To righT-Back Row, COACH MTLLER, HILLERY, WALSH, THORNTON, BARNES, and WARD. FronT Row, RUTLEDGE. PTGG, EDWARDS, C. MCCLUNG, B. MQCLUNG. The Rams had an excellenT season This year in baslceTball, losing one ouT oT TwenTy-Two games, deTeaTing such Teams as O. C. U., Sam HousTon, and The T. C. U. Horned Frogs, ending The season wiTh a perTecT record in The conTerence sTanding. ., Vu.. CapTain Milburn Pigg, Torward, and one oT The smooThesT players in The game. Also MTLBURN was high poinT man Tor The season. Johnny Edwards, guard, an excellenT ball handler, and a valuable man on any man's baskeTball Team. JOHNNY is a very pol- ished player. lRedl RuTledge, guard, a good oTTensive man and a demon on The defense. The Rams won Trorn AusTin College loy The lop- sided score oT 70 To 33. Cullen Walsh, guard, a sTeady player who conTinued his good worlc aTTer being shiTTed To cenTer posiTion in The laTTer parT oT The season. Hazen Ward and Wilson OT Howard Payne caughT in a biT oT inTense acTion during The laTTer parT oT The game aT The Recrea- Tional Building which The Rams won 53 To 28. The Rams win Two games Trom The powerTul Okla- homa CiTy UniversiTy Team. Scores: 43-33, 47-41. RED WALSH goes high inTo The air over a JackeT player To score Two poinTs in The game wiTh Howard Payne. JACK THORNTON, cenTer. He proved a valua- ble asseT To The Team because oT his abiliTy as a ball-handler and speed on The Tloor. CECIL MCCLUNG, guard. A Freshman from Poly High who was ouTsTanding in his TirsT year in Col- lege compeTiTion. MILBURN PIGG goes info 'rhe air for his lavoriie sho? in fhe game wirh lhe Hill- billies. ' 0 : A RAYMOND BARNES, forward. A if Ju very promising Freshman from WARD leads off down lhe floor Poly l-liqlw. and is preparing lo allempl a sho? al lhe baslcel. ii w , gi .J ,V in l Af - f ,1 ll KA O -KJ 413 an , , I I .I -'Q' gi" SW PIGG lakes lhe ball from an op- ponenl in The game wilh Okla- homa Cify Umverslly. WAYNE I-IILLERY guard. A player who Hunles Jfhraugh +wo IW 6 I V e 5 OI I a SI b 6 S I4 eI b 5 I I I Passing suclw as Jrlwis ancl excellenl playing in all cleparlrnenrs were slrong facrors in Hue successful season cf flue Ram Baslcelball leam. BOB MCCLUNG, forward. A Transfer from Jolwn Tarlelon and a player ol no mean abilily. HAZEN WARD, forward. An oulslancling lirsr-year man who lilcecl lo play llfme game las? and never gave an opponenr a clwance +o slow down. Rams, Rams, Rams, Rams. Rams, Scores T. C. U., 34. Sreplwen F. Auslln, 38. Sr. Edwards, 37. Dillies, I7. Cleburne lndependenls, 25 STanding: KelleT, Hosea, Reese TracksTeers oTT To a TasT sTarT Kneeling: Cooper, McCauley. STrawn TRACK This is The TirsT year The Ram TracksTeers have compeTed in The annual Texas ConTerence Track and Field lv1eeT To be held aT Brownwood May I3-I4. Alvin Reese is The mosT promising man on The squad and may win several poinTs in The dashes in The Conference MeeT. John Hosea has shown abiliTy in The discus Throw during pracTice and may loe lisTed as one oT The ouTsTanding sguadmen. lv1uTT McCauley, mid-semesTer TransTer, brings a record oT an all around Track man and may gain poinTs in The iumps and sprinTs. Weldon KelleT's will To "do or die" may gain him a good place in The middle disTance runs. TrueTT Cooper is a ThreaT in The 440 yard dash and is sure To assisT The relay Team. Joe STrawn is a candidaTe in The hurdles. A All oT The Team will be back nexT season and wiTh a year's experience are ex- pecTed To make a sTrong bid Tor The Conference TiTle. ls - x . .P T xl '. s "Tiger" Hosea Reese STrawn McCauley Hurling The Discus STarTing Over The Hurdle Broad Jumping GOLF Some oT The boys on No. I7 green during a pracTice round aT Glen Garden. . ly .Il fl' . -r 'eff V' 1 ,Vi , f,1T ,- fi I 1 I I I 'f. ' L , I f H is I 4 I C, '..f v, ,fl 1 -.' .ji"l',l ...f 'KVI 1' 'a',. I 1 0 r I V ' I ' .I 3 T ' I ' il, f 1 F .ay , y- 1 .ji Y I .,- 1 ,l ' 1 I 1 WARREN SMITH-was Offlias usual Torrn aT The TirsT of The season buT aTTer geTTing sTarTed he really played Tine golf aT his No. 2 posiTion. LEWIS JORDAN-Turned in several good rounds during The season aT boTh 3 and 4 posiTions. Lewis Jordan, Warren SmiTh, Bob Kincaid, John E. SmiTh, Bob Mc- Clung, Vernon Willoughby, Bill Fisher BILL FISHER-Was on and oTT all season playing aT No. 4 posiTion mosT of The Time. CAPT. VERNON WILLOUGHBY- Played his usually Tine game aT his No. I posiTion, firing several sub-par rounds aT his opponenTs. BOB KINCAID-A newcomer This year, also Turned in several Tine rounds during The season. Z ..,, G ' I I .1 'V,ww' l!WME W 14 My 4 '94 X f ,A , The Ram golfers, led by CapT. Vernon Willoughby, who deTeaTed conTerence champion, Ab PruiTT sTarTed OTT The I938 golflseason by deTeaTing AusTin College aT Sherman, I6 To 2. Then were de- TeaTed by The Tine N. T. A. C. Team aT Colonial I'lills. OTher maTches during The season in preparaTion Tor The ConTerence TournamenT aT Brownwood on May I3 and I4, included reTurn mafches wiTh AusTin College and N. T. A. C., a 36-hole maTch wiTh Texas Tech on April 22, and maTches wiTh T. C. U. SouThwesTern, I-loward Payne and TriniTy. W. A. A. GIRLS ATHLETICS are sponsored by W. A. A., wlwose purpose is Io promolre allwlelics, creale a love of sporls, and Iosler Ilme Ideals of good sporlsmanslmip among all girls on Ilme campus. MRS. DE REMA PARKER MCCULLEY Sponsor of W A A 5 :22215 :::E H: Ivz V "1 M, www- Q, 1 f Max 1 Hg.. Q, ,. .- . 4, .ii ., ,,.. 1 V, f , v S 9 f f 4 Y 4' IIEZIEIEIEE1 . - ' ' I ..,. I .,.,.,.,.,.,., . ,,,,...,.,. , , f V CATHARINE WAKEFIELD MH-DRED ELY Besl' all around a+I1Ie+e elecled Sfuclenf Direclor of inlra-mural by W- A- A- allwlelics. MISS MAYBELLE TINKLE Co-Sponsor of W. A. A. Field Hockey is ilie iirs ,V ' ,Z-fi, f5,.gg5::.f51 , K 1 a 5 W .,.. Izm- if , Q ,ff :',-ffm... e gy :of '4:- .,. .,.A.,,, I ,. ,,,.,. .,:,.,,, A 3 ,.:.:'4-: : I., ,s FIELD HOCKEY Jr and one of ilie mosl popular sporis ai Texas Wesleyan. f- - Ease, f- -ff ,. J,-1 ' ,. 'f-55551 :-,M - V b v . i 7-'I'-fi ??fI, -' 1' V ., A ' ,ia :3 L-I-:ff -:-1 . " 1 25 9! if 25 ,93- . 7 -2. if .,sg1' -1- - -igtgg., , ,. ,N -. ff -, .. -'-"' was .7 :.-,::f,::- . 4 55-1-::f,:,f,:.-.,., 0 w w:,gQ,,f,-,. . aw.. 3 .. . g ff X' Nigga .., ' .9-We Nam.: .2 -.fi - , Q -- 4.1. .,-.,..-.-,f:,.,:5..-. owl,--4:, ,, U . my , A - -i . - .1 ' . 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Irene Emer- Protect that ball! son, Captain of Mulkey team: Catharine Wakefield, Captain of S. M. team. K.: and Walterena Russell, Captain of the Junior .,, 1 r Q 2 Q BASKETBALL Coaches-Nona Woodard and Claris Glick. Manager+Anita Parchman. These girls know the value of preliminary practice. First Varsity Qsittingb. Second Varsity fstandinfxl. Koro Team-Captain, Lottie Phelan. S. M, K. Teams-Captain, Anita Parchman. Sophomore Team-f-Co-Captains, Sarah Hancock and Nelda Dunnam. Junior Team-Captain, Russell Marie Smith. Freshman Team--Captain, Mildred Honeycutt. VOLLEY BALL S. M. K. Team Captains and Co-Captains of Louise Hubbard, Captain Class, Dormitory, and Society Teams. hir V I Koros Juniors lf ji Y y, Mildred Ely and Cathryn Naugle Lottie Phelan, Captain Mildred Ely, Captain if Coaches: Mildred McReynolds, ' Manager TENNIS A ,All These girls represent their classes, dormitory or society, in singles and doubles. A ladder Tourna- ment is held io see who plays in The finals. 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Book Store "The nerve of that guy," complained Jimmie, the office boy, Uofferin' me six dollars a week! What does he think I am -a college graduate?" Mary Anna: 6'My father was a great politician." Wallace: "What did he run for ?" Mary Anna: "The border." Age is a quality of mind. If you have left your dreams behind, If hope is cold, If you no longer look ahead, If your ambition's fires are dead, Then you are old. To get his wealth, he spent his health And then with might and main, He turned around and spent his wealth To get his health ag.ain. Mr. Ewing: Name three articles con- taining starch. James West: Two cuffs and a collar. No dashing rain can make us stay When we have tickets for a play, But if a drop the walk besmirch It is too wet to go to church. Mr. Thor: "What do you think of Kreisler?" Chadwick Vandervoort: "Great! Swell pickup, a lot of pep, and twenty miles on a gallon." Usually when a fellow says, "Well, to make a long story short," it's too late. WANTED: Stenographer for special work after hours. Prefer one who has no college education as the work will require correct spelling and punctuation, and the use of common sense.-Ad in a North Carolina paper. AT Chllcoat S SCFVICC S tilllfln ' 42 :f f I2:Q '7'3 ? -I 4 flip: Y U1'oMo o + a BIL Q W 7 1: Wong . Ing I 5 4 E 'C E 1 1 1 2 5 4 I E , a 2 5 E i 5 Q, v 4 -r 5 Fon san. ..-- mftlorrect grade oi heat-resisting 1 Summer Niobiioii for your motor 'Q'2f'i'ough Niobii Gear Oii ior your D , W transmission "ive for 3fFresh Niobii Gear Oii for your O - . , r diiierentiai 1 - M 4fMobiigrease for the chassis to re- M . Z sist heat, water and pressure . f 5fPoweriui, anti-knock Niobiigas for better summer miieage DAY OR NIG .A 6fNiobii Radiator Fiush to ciean CARS CALLEHT-24 HOUR R 4 radiator and Niobii Hydrotone to D FOR AND OAD SERVICE keep it ciean lx DELIVERED ck battery C H I I 5 Tfinspect and che Y0u1f F ' rzezzdly Magnolia Dm! 91' 291 - - PHONE 5-4121 r ni Steen and Company WHOLESALE MEATS Fort Worth,s Largest Distributor HOTELS, CAFES AND GROCERS CUT BY ELliC'l'RlC CUTTIQRS 1201 Jones St. 3-3496-7-8 J. c. PENNEYS, INC. Bt' PLNNEY XVISE and Saw Dollarx 406-408 Houston St. "Poly Pop" Martin's In Poly Collzplilzzelzfs of New Isis Theatre In BIISIIIUSS for Your Plvcrslzrf' Telephone 2-7490 Farris Poultry 85 Egg Co. Wbolvxult' POULTRY, BUTTER AND EGGS 208 West 13th Street Fort Worth, Texas HARRISG As- NADY tier IN RA E INSURANCE 203-04 Dan Waggoner Building S 7 - Fort Worth, Texas' F DISTINCTIVE CLOTHES John Harvey Con phonej : "Hello, what are you doing?" Girl on phone: '4Getting ready for church." John H.: "Sorry, Wrong number." ,l-.l...i "A man's good looks are often spoiled when he sneers," says ,a woman writer. Especially when he sneers at a bigger man. Willis Hiles: "Did you know that Mr. Stuart has a glass eye?" Victor Tact: "Nog can you tell which one it is?,' Willis H.: "Yes, You look at both his eyes pretty hard, and the one that has a gleam of human kindness in it is the glass one." Some people sing in the bathtub because the door Won't stay locked. i- Mr. Alcorn: "What kind of a fellow is this boy, Mote?" Elizabeth: "Well, he says he has al- ways wanted a home." Mr. A.: "That sounds good." Elizabeth: "And he likes ours very much? STEAD 'W "yhw- JIN THE YEARS AHEAD, you Want a happy, successful life, for which you may Well be guided by the lives of eminent men Whose steady growth has been based on integrity, good judgment and thriftiness. The banks of Fort Worth have had a steady growth and have provided every facility designed to meet the expanding needs of individuals and business . . . and you will find them desirous of providing a helpful serv- ice at all times. The FIRST NATIONAL BANK The FORT WORTH NATIONAL BANK CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK UNION BANK 6. TRUST COMPANY Member Banks of the Fort WortlJ Clearing House Association SUPERIOR WHOLESALE MARKET BEEF, VEAL, PORK AND PROVISIONS 1201 Jones Street FQRT WGRTH, TEXAS O FOR QUICK SERVICE S 2, MARKETS 3 WE HAVE YOUR HOTELS CALL Us FAVORITE PACRERS CAFES 65 lr, BRAND 'Ea v Q S' 0- PHONE 2-233 5 P Ai' if , 6014! ' :F Q' T' 1' -ff - 'FW img I' In , ii There's no loy to be compared with your wedding . . . 9 2 even the gaiety and heart tugs of Graduation Day fade into the , background . . . when you stand on the threshold of marriage l2.' yfgk fryQ!??f,6,Ml and home-making. Then, more than any day of your lite, you'll want the thrill " Ex 12,6 of assurance that Stafford Engraved Invitations and "Thank You" ,qc !'l,' ifywf Notes will bring. This year your school has chosen Stafford to grve 4 ,' f you correct Graduation Invitations. We're looking forward to our l FIGXT big opportunity . . . to serve at your wedding. fl ll lllyll ln the meanwhile, though, write for the delightful story of I, Mfg: how Stafford Engravings and beautiful Crane Papers can lend 3 f' 5 WX ,y assurance and correctness to your personal message . . . formal .IW Ji ! and informal announcements . . personal stationery and calling cards. STAFFCRD ENGRAVING COMPANY SIXTH AND THROCKMORTON FORT WORTH IMAKETHEIR STUDYING EASIERI 0 5 - rf'a4Q4P' " , 1 .V H j j .. i i if ,, ' W IWW! W ,,, ,, j N N1 h ss. ' it 5 - ,1,:"X1: 1 Q1 2:1 - 5 gf fix i 5 5 NSF MW, V H V 2 SR, Q ' 5 l S -ma , 5. .. , wwmw.,y.,.,.W.... ,.....a,,Z 7 ,,.,. . f V . f. f iii li t 3 N 4:- ff " ? ' X M WM., ...N ,.,,. ., ..,.,,.,,, , Q 1-lv ' if Q" . . ,, ...WM uw.. ,,, MG Z ' ' V., - i , Y , Z4 f, ' ' ""'l"" "" ' 7" ' 1 ,.,,, , - Zwwm ,,,, V 532, .Va f f--mm - ' :- 11: V. -:P 42 L ' ' , , ,,,,,,, .. iqwmwswvwvw V - " " '. E . W' we-" , - V- V' 4:2 .,,..,,, ' ,,,,.,, , . . , '- 4' ,www -1, Reddy Kilowatt always is on the job to make seeing tasks easier, if you,ll give him the right kind of lamp. The best way to be sure you have enough of the right kind of light is to get an I. E. S. Better Sight lamp, scientihcally de- signed to provide soft, glareless light. TEXAS ELECTRIC SERVICE Comm HALTOM'S J EW E I... E R SN SILYERSNIITI-IS MAIN AT SIXTH i The - House of Diamonds Since 1893 the Haltom Name in the Box has been the assur- ance of True Value to Fort Worth and all Texas. In the years to come, Haltom's will still be Foremost in Quality. exfends Congratulations to the graduating Seniors of T. W. C. A pleasalzf and re- freshing wzcafiolz fo all. I I INHI I I K 4 Pg. 1 I ft4jjlI:uIvi1. . 1 - 0 EE National Hotels X39 Q 31 A Q w 3' , Q Q Progress 1S the Wages f j of Endeavor! " 'I :1"fQf2 nm -:WW ' " It is evident your continuous effort has reap- Il W' ed for your grand old school accomplish- ments of untold value. And . . . it is more evident your future will be filled with prog- ress of more honorable mention. 7 flfffl W Hotel Texas, likewise, has progressed much in its enver-ending effort to be a "perfect host" in the Friendly City . . . and in the future will endeavor to be a "more perfect host" to you . . . your visiting relatives and friends. Sensible Rates OUR MILK DEALERS I SERVE YOU RE? gg gg BEST Ice Cre am C21-EES-EEE THE CREAM OF ALL ICE CREAM There is an Alta Vista Dealer just Around the Corner From Your Home rrC0llVf60llSlj! Scfrverl by Local Boys" M.. B b I h T S ' S ' o s am exaco ervice tation --::. s TI- 'VEU 1 gg i Certified Lubrication Izxpert Car Washing "" Conzpleie Line of Tires - Bafferies - Accessoifies . . , ..,1...- Road Service Battery Service , i for v Cars Called for alla' Deliverccz' ' -1' ' Phone 2-7600 901 So. Main Phone 2-0464 I O J O LTCC joififfsco I GRUNOW REFRIGERATORS GRUNOW RADIOS Always Fighting for T. W. C. 812 Main St. Fort Worth LYDICK ROOFING CO. 40 Years in Forz' Woiffb Real Roofs Phone 3-2313 B. C. REICH 85 SON Wfoofcsale Bakers The Best People in the World Are Our Custon SS Years in Fort Worth 6 R I ' SMART CLOTHES For Men and Young Men 514.50 - 517.50 - 522.50 707 Main Street Fort Worth, Texas HUB Y - PIII LP Manzzfaclzzrms amz' Iobbers of HOTEL and RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES Texas' O161C.Yf S11 p pl y H oust' Quality Equipment - Prices Right - Prompt Service has made this firm the leaders in Texas for the past 66 years. Visif our nzmlern display room in For! IVUVIXJ Ample stock carried here at all times. 300 Throckmorton St. Fort Worth 2-9356 Dial 3-2787 Modern Laundry LITTLETON HARWELL, Manager DELIVERY SERVICE REGULAR RATES 20f,Q Discozzzzf 011 Cash mm' Carry 900 Henderson St. One Block South of West Seventh Street Three Blocks West of Medical Arts Building Two Blocks North of Masonic Temple IVMV ll M0ll,0l'lI Lazzfzrlerferl Sfairi SALYERS 81 PICKARD VARIETY STORE Collzjrlefr' Line School Szzpjzlivs and Variefy Ifems Office Phone 3-2317 Res. Phone 4-3714 Fort Worth Pipe 86 Supply Co. CASING, LINE PIPE East Daggett at Maryland Fort Worth, Texas BRADY'S WHOLESALE "Selected Best Sellers" CANDIES - GUM - CIGARS - ToBAcco Phone 2-6776 1508 Houston St. J. L. Bray Dry Cleaners "We Clean 'Em Right" 3200 E. Rosedale Street Corner of Vaughn Boulevard PHONE S-1055 The Perfect Gift for all Occasions Y I CI-IOCOLATES for American Queens REYNOLDS-CAMPBELL COMPANY LUMBER AND BUILDERS, SUPPLIES Artist Supplies and Unfinished Picture Moulding Phone 5-2181 2701 Vickery Blvd. MRS. GRUBIPS Golden Crisp PUTATO CHIPS "Toasted Purely for You" johnson Cold Storage Co. 800 Jarvis M. 81 H. MARKET MCDONARD HUGHES WILKINSON Wholesale Meats PHONE 3-3118 "WORTH GARMENTSI' Standard of Quality, Service and Satisfaction Professional and Vocational UNIFORMS WASHABLE SERVICE APPAREL for OFFICE - SHOP - HOME Look for the "WORTH" Label We have only one factory-Jennings at Broadway Retail Shop-1012 Main Our Rejvresentatizfe Will Be Glad to Call "WORTH GARMENTS' COURTNEY GARMENT CO., INC. Our Phone 2-9733 Fort Worth Fish Market SEA FOOD OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON ARRIVING FRESH DAILY Phone 2-1143 1208 Houston St. W. J. HANCOCK Complete line of Wall Paper Benjamin Moore's Paints and Muresco 1304 Lipscomb Phone 4-2284 cl-Isxidtsrt l,.i"""' Ernest Allen Motor Co. THE VINNEDGE COMPANY, INC. Coffee Roasters and Munufaeturers Worth Blend Coffee Worth Salad Dressing Worth Table Syrup Worth Brand Extracts THE VINNEDGE COMPANY, INC. FORT WORTH, TEXAS Sixth at Commerce Fort Worth, Texas Lester E Florist ' 9 Corsa es Phone 2-4171 gi CITY WIDE DELIVERY SERVICE 720 Conner 5-3230 WOLF 8: KLAB A COLONIAL STORES Texas' Largest Food Stores A Store Over 40 Years in Fort Worth N S N S , 0 o. 1 tore o. 2 tore Dmmonds ' Watches ' S'l"e'W"'e 1400 HENDERSON 'H-IROCKMORTON AT 4TH DOWN Spllfllllg Goods WEEKLY We give S E5 H Green Stamps SAFEWAY STORES Your Friendly Grocer BEST'S LAUNDRY 2-3251 1200 S. MAIN 2-3252 Crystal Clear Dry Cleaning We Give S 65 H Green Stamps White Lake Dairy "You Can Whip Our Cream, But you c'a11'f beat our milk." V V Quality Products Phone 5-1260 Compliments of A Friend rink White Swan Coffee "Almerica's F inest" Waples - Platter Company QKLAHOMA TEXAS NEW MEXICO MTASTY PIES', A1 ways fresh- Made fo eat v v 1731 College Ave. Fort Worth, Texas " ll: Pays to Play" When you think of Hardware or Sporting Goods . . . See TRAV DANIELS Greetings from PRGDUCTS F our Star Dairy Products UNIVERSAL MILLS V MdlIIlfdCfZl1fUVS of GOLD CHAIN FLOUR AND RED CHAIN FEEDS Brown Cracker 81 Candy Co. A Texas Insfiiulion Makers of SALTINE FLAKES SUNSHINE KRISPY-S AND COCKTAIL SALTINES This Book is bound . Kinqskraft Cover Malzzzfacfzzrerl by THE KINGSPORT PRESS, INC. KINGSPORT ---- TENNESSEE L -v -Q, , . O Gzbson M artzn . I t String Instruments Band Instruments I 'TV I SXT! 53355, EVERYTHING .Wgff I - gf! .5ogf,fa?gk in Musical Merchandise I5 It 5 1 U I' KN: I -W dr 552 M gr 3 Q, ui .,.i Q Q Wi.iE 'fwfr I' 4' ' H " -,E4, T um 3 fam S If KELSO MUSIC oo 513 Main St. FORT WORTH Phone 2-1727 Baker Ice Machine Co. of Texas Air COlZ6l'lfl0IIll1g Colnznorcial Rcffrigeralion S09 E. Third Phone 3-1349 FORT WORTH, TEXAS Congratulations, Class of ,381 We'Ve just Graduated too! The completion of the new and greater StriplLng's marks our debut as one of the Southwest's greatest stores! 966. Uniform Garment Mfg. Co. Tailor-llmde Ulziforms 'K' 325 So. Main Phone 2-S042 COllIp1fllIUI7fS of A Friend E. R. CONNOR 85 CO. Sfbool and Ojjfifc' Szlpplies Foznffain Pens A Complete eMusic Service INSTRUMENTS-NEW AND USED MUSIC-ALL CLASSIEICATIONS ACCESSORIES EXPERT REPAIRING 0 May we serve you-safisfaef0ri1y- in person or by mail? Throckmorton at sth Fort Worth I Y W W O Q S Sz Clothlers BEST VALUES UNDER THE SUN M CO. MIKE BRIN'M"'mgH 609 Throckmorton St. Fort Worth, Texas 810 Main St. - - Opposite Texas Hotel BE ON THE RIGHT SIDE Insure ufifb VERA-REYNOLDS 86 CO. 212-14 Petroleum Bldg. Life - Automobile - Fire Insurance Thai Deligbffzzl Home Drink SPECIALTY MFG. CO. Fort Worth, Texas HEAD, TEAS 86 COMPANY General Insumrzee amz' Bonds 304-S-6-7 Dan Waggoner Bldg. Telephone 2-1278 Fort Worth, Texas GORDON BOSWELL FLOWERS 2-2265 1220 Pennsylvania Besf Wisfaes io TWC Smefezeff WELL MACHINERY 84 SUPPLY CU. 1629 Main St. Fort Worth Mrs. MONNIGS I The Friendly Sfore Baird s Wishes you a B Ig B ad successful F U T U R E Y H And 1' mind ou h at MOQNIG,S ,lor ciiaiisylj fongefzn price and good fashions. Schrnidt Poultry 85 Conzlblifnzelzis 0 Egg Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL West Texas Produce Company, Inc. 0 1201 Jones Milk Fed Poultry O 0 315 E F Ph 3 3303 Shpp 305 2 9 79 Off 24548 WASHER BROS. "FIRST" with the New Fashions WASHER IR Q 5. Main af Eiglvfb - Forf Wforfb Fort Worth's East Growing New Department Store 'Tv COX'S R. E. COX DRY GOODS CO. MILK AND ICE CREAM 0 900 SO. MAIN PHONE 2-2143 There can be only ONE Leader in any Held Where your eyes are C0lIC'C'l'llC'l1l ifs The SHUR-FIT Optical Company 209 W. Second St. Dr. C. E. McGuire, Chief of Sfayff I NEIGHBORLY CREDIT As a Texas Institution, we extend to the class of 1938 our best wishes for success as they graduate into the larger world of busi- ness and professional life. May you, like your predecessor classes at Tex. Wesleyan College, contribute to the greater glory of Texas, the chief wealth of which is not in its rich endowment of natural resources, but in its many splendid men and women. Humble Oil 81 Refining Company A Texas Izzsiifzzfiozz Malzfmf by Texans sw J 411, sl 1 y n,,4.,. A0 N :G TOP S 3 E2 W PW ' cgifiiiibiiqi I 1-'oar WORTH,TEX1-XS i Woodmanse Windmills General Water Heaters Standard Plumbing Fixtures Jahns Supply Co. Wholesale Plumbing, Heating and Water Supplies 1715 Commerce Street Fort Worth, Texas H THE HOME OF SANITONE Furriers - Hatters - Remodeling it fl flii. nn 'SL I1 ' Z1 11 1 "CLEANERS OF DEUCATE FABRICS" 4-3201 JOHN DIEB College Students know they can depend on our paper to be the best regardless of price. You'll Do Barrel? in 1938iWithW Frigidaire from the W. "PAT" CROW CO. 406 W. 7th St. OPEN EVENINGS Tel. 2-1253 TRY SOFTER TAYSTEE BREAD Because of Air-Colzdifiouecl Baking Triple XXX Thirst Station 801 N. Main Street Frmzozzs for Fine Foods Fountain Drinks are the Best AND NOW We make our own Ice Creams Pure, Rich and Delicious Wafrfa Rejlairifzg a Sjlwialfy BUTLER 86 THOMAS CREDIT JEWELERS 3114 E. Rosedale Fort Worth EVERETT DRUG CO. Drugs - Szzlzdries School Supplies 3130 E. Rosedale Polytechnic Residences for Rent Residences for Sale on Payments w. J. Boaz ESTATE DEALER IN CITY PROPERTY AND FARM LANDS FORT WORTH, TEXAS DAVE SHANNON CONNER HILL RAYMOND M1a1ssNL1a SHAQQI Mg-- L- sf! mfg! -A E CLEANERS WE Cleanings and Pressing 3 erwce Altering J,-J epazrzng J,-f 813 6th Ave. - 2-0363 1715 Vaughn - 5-1031 Luck Optical Co. Phone 2-1877 806 Houston Street One of flae besf equipped Oilbfical Companies in fbe Soufbwesf Your Eyes . . . -the most sensitive part of your body-are an extension of your brain. Why over-tax your most precious possession? Properly fitted glasses will correct this HARMFUL condition. Dr. Luck,s thorough eye examination with scientific instru- ments will reveal all that is to be known. LOW PRICES EASIEST TERMS IN FORT WORTH Special Discounf io Sfzzclenfs Always More for Your Money at the WORTH! Winter and summer AIR-CONDITIONED ROOMS insure abundant flow of fresh warm air on coldest days and cooling breezes for summer's heat. All rooms have both tub and shower, circu- lating ice water and tastefully appointed furni- ture. Remodeled and redecorated rooms offer you all the real comforts and convenience you could ask. 9 Every Room Is Sezzsibly Priced Home of Wfesfern Hospilality . . . A Good SILfl'01lI1l1lJIg for Real Folks 0 WORTH HOTEL FORT WORTH .V ,Q wl- .Q , ik V I . "Quality Counts" ps. A H B , ICE CREAM Al ways Goorl 0 3 012 E. Rosedale Polytechnic PORTRAITS ENLARGEMENTS COPIES MINIATURES Quality Kodak Finishing Orgain's Studio Phone 3-2022 4002 Main St. 3,3 Finislaers for all Phofograplqs for The Txweco if 'SEE ffm! , , 423' ,J ,fb 4 .:!f4f'f'f" ' If wk-1 ,.-fs "ff 0-X u a- A . 4 in 'X ,W J I 'K ,' Q lg, f , l I 4 fr U 4 ' ' 4 ' . ' ' . X . ff X I X A - . , f 1 K fx. 1 Qggrezlf. .-M :gf . 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