Travis County Rural Schools - Defender Yearbook (Pflugerville, TX)

 - Class of 1936

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The following trustees paid for the school: Judge Tovmes, C5003 Judge Parsons, S5003 T. ll. Rector, 85005 Ed. Harrington, S5005 J. B. Manor, S250, and Borhens, 8250. C. Yellowly of South Carolina was the first teacher The next in order were D. H. Bittle, Joe Rogers, and W. I. Wroe. T. E. Bittle taught here fourteen years. ll K na mam. vauaaawm, WILL- N9 Wmmunz, FJ Pmlwmn 'rm BILL, Wm :rg Jbnsmxfm Llwugumzaavmn, .,,.o,. . X, THE 'MUSTANGN STAFF Tor Row: MYRTLE NELSON --L W---2 sw ---'-'---::::EDlTOR Mans WlLMKvFRBQUHAR -+4- menu ms: exe -f---.--..-- MJDULE ROWS ----q---.....----SpgN5gn ---f--181 Asst. EDITOR DAa1aA Aananea ------Q-1------Pao1o Euston KARTHUR Mus ---+4-9-------Q------+Anr EDITOR EDl1,EARL Srnnvazanv ------4-2un Assr. Eonroa Lnsr nova L A5315 KguRIL5.a.--.---1... L RIGHARU ALLYSON ----Q Lonxlnn Aunsnson ---- -- ..- BUSINESS MANAQSR Asst. '--4-+BUSTNE8S MANAGER '--CIRCULATION Mxnnaen f-'fx-11 X Hnmumuawswanum N IIVWM to :Hs GRADUATES: - l . A8 surzarnwenbsur OF rms Manoa Scnoogs lT AFFDRDS ms. nucgqPLEAsunz TO LEAVE vnu kata mzssAoE. ' wiruouv ssuloas LIKE runs: ur 1936 xr WOULD as IHPGSSQ ISLE rn MAINTAIN A FULLY Acoaanawzo scnooL Luxe THA! or - nuns, THE FACULTY Has counrsn if A PRIVILEGE To HAVE NAB Ycu AS ueuasns Of tae GRADUATING cLAss. x rAs You LEAvE'MANOn HJGH KAY You Evan ehxss ruawgnnwf x 1lNG' IH LIFE QEMEN4 Sftxwus mrrah wisnbm AND rn: agen Tl Q KA Q .i Y W . Q , X G MMD BERg Noon LIFE Will ss msAsuasu BY Irs ssavlcs TO nn A Huuinfrva Y0URLSUFE8lNTENDENT,'TEAGHEBS, naneurs, Ann Q1, rdjlsuns WILL EVER BENVATCHING YUU, BELIEVANG 'IN You, AND' wxskiue you ALL-THE success Poss4sLs in ru: vanns T0 coma. We SHALL EXPEGT AvrdXN?Xus,J ,1gEJNALLY, JN Plibis-1n Ll?Bf MANBFQHYSH WQLLV YOU To GONE BACK SOMEBODY- U-D NDT DIS- Ina vsans ro QQNE wwam vouwgegr THQ RQQBHH BE REQDY vo iskisr you in gk? wAv PossasLs . A Yana rnnano,5 ' h AM.6.Rusnine-Suvsnlxfauuanra SQ hor Fenner wear rue 1936 FACULTY OF IHS A TOAST Hsnafs TD rue Puwrns wuo GAN LAUGH Ann as anvg was waste NOT vnenn Davs IN REPININGQ Wuo QAH SMILE ausr as BHJGHTLY wnen sxlss ARE anAv AS ruav up WHEN was sun is sumnxwe. A K1 YES, HEREQS T0 THE BANKS or THE Rin AND wnjray Onssn Fon Tgsu QNQE, TWICE, Tnnicsg i ' HEREES.T0 THE BEST SCHOOL or ALL, THE sprcassr or THE srxcsl MANOR. . dunes L. 0rm.os BUII U nr TRUSTEE! DR. ROY REED PRESIDENT ED. SMITH Jos MEIER VI CE-PRESIDENT "' Q. W. PEHRINE 1 AQ? A. P. HANSON i ,gawk Sw, QECHETARY 0.0. EPPBIQHT ,DAN HUEBNER In Lovins mamonv or mn. CLEM, nausea or soAnn, wwe oxen IN - Novsusza 1935. 0,5 n x 0' J 4 I X Mg, ,, fu m sp V W 40 -fig' ffwv 629629 Vp! X177 f f ,ff I Mfg If FACULTY I Ying 9 Wig? L:'1-114 05 ga FlU5HlNEr 62, 6 6' 6 wf""'? A 04665 929995 519 umsr 4 4 Q- j,, ,, V , afflvf Q67 f IQ!! ff' 1 mlm W 1 w ff' f 'A 5 l l r i' 'W A f Y X N-W 5 f J! L f -ff-If K KW fn f f gl A 5. ' 'Ti Mf g f l'E'E NgfiGTRS? Q-f-'-R Neko P .ALOHAI NE ANDERSON Vac: PRESIDENT Bianca MELVIN Bgsoxruu Szcarram' -:fDAR7HA Aaxggnae TBEASBHEH ---' YE:-Qaffv-fefXYADE.l PVY Rtrovrrza -,--fn -AAHTHUH Nos Miss YIILMA FARQUHAR X"""'x ' SOHOOILF szmons Q-Vgffgif-SIR ACILEVESXENTS ' ALLISON, RICHARD L LMAnon , ANNUAL svAFr BAssaALL '33 'EAL ansxer BALL '3,LF35 FOOTBALL '32 L33 434 135' , F.F.A. 133 'au F35 Santos PLAY '36 D xx Awuznson, EFFIE RUIH L MANoR K , mHOME Eoouomros 135 '36 VQLLEY BALL 133-'Sh Anbensan, LonAlNs ,L . MANQR PRESIDENT br Ssuxbn GLASS ' BHORhL.GLUB 136 ' ' L Home Econoulos CLUB '35 '36 ANNUAL STAFF VOLLEY BALL '36' L Seneca PLAY '36 ARLEDQE, BREEN THRALL 'L, L L L FDUTBALL YSSQQBS' ' F,F,A, 133: !Z3M' .lf3 BKSXETBALL 'BL L3 TRACK 'Bk '35 ARLEBGE, DARTHA THHALL . L sscnsrAnv or SENIOR cLAss ANNUAL Srnrr Punta Enrrnn BASEBALL f32 -33 fan BASKEYBALL '32 133xjA A VGLLEV HALL '36 "j ' SENIUR PLAY 136 M Becxnnm, Mznvrn Y 'mnnun VSGE PRESIDENT or senses CLASS DBQMATIO CLUB '33 129 ' . LF. F. A,.'32-'SBLJ3 mF351 LH BASEBALL '32 !33 'Sh !35LL ' BASKETBALLQk3B 'Sh '35k'36LH Foorsann f33-13h 1L 1 L L THAQK 132"33 'Bk '35 SENIOR PLAY '36 YELL LEADEB'935 +36 Q L HOLMBERG1 Joan Auxuauv New Swsnsn I Q FQ F. A. 132 BASEBALL '3 '35 ' Saunas PLAY '36 ' Honmazaag Juneau: gf SML 'LLL LQL L NEWpSQEDEN.- LLL., L-,Qffjl m PIX Home Eccnonxns CLukX135 136 "v A 'SCHQQL-SEN10RS-THEIR ACHIEVEMSNTS Ivy, wan: L MULLIN HIGH W L ' Tangsuaen or season 0LAss X363 ,HKKAGER '33 13h iss '36 F- F. A- 'au 235 CLASS POET 33 j KASISKE, THEKLA - RIGHLAND AwuuAL STAFF ASB1. EDIIUB 3 Home Ecnnongos CLUB X35 136 hfH CLUB Pnsslnsur '33 ' BASEBALL '33 13h VOLLEY BALL 133 YBS Qnrrxru 136 CLASS Pnoruzr 136 1 X k,h f Kqung, ANNIE 53' MARSH 53133 ANNUAL STAFF , Q 'W DRAHATIC CLUB '33 'Bk fiigfgg Hou: Econouxcs CLUB 'Sh 135 156 3 'KL' 'wg' ,QQ BASEBALL 133 3 J L Kouxu, Jammu: if, 3 KI ghnbn ,Q BassaALL '32 133 '3u l35 i'3' H 8AsxE1aALL '33 'Bb '35 1 L FDGTBALL '31 133 A3h.'3S LEHALLIN DAVID 'Xi ' '- ' CHURAL CLUB P55 L ""i '1 SKSEBALL '33 'Sir '35 '36 1' 321 Ei"' 1 BXSKETBALL '35 136 L 'L H KFQUTBALL '33 vga A35 136 Inncx '35 336 Sznlon PLAY 136 f Locxwoou, BARNEY muon 1 BAsx:raALL '3b '35 136 fFBDTBALl 'Sk 135 '36 ' rancxdsi 332 133 Qrslf,-M35 '36 SENIOR PLAY 136 L . L . L . 5- A 3 Yi ' W L L N 1 X L 3 T . Qi 2 I X, E X Qikwmjg Lf JF? ggi 5 4 wx 4 X 3 Lf Q swift X VR 5 L , L . . ' 'f f- nf' ' f " AUS TI N H1 GH gms E 'N ff Q X X L W L L I Lunpzes, uAnnAwsx L Rauuo Roux .h, L f :'ENBLlBH CLUB F32 A33 ' ' Mbna Eoonouxca agus 13h '35 X36 HAH OLua '33 13h BKSKETBALL '32 VBLLEYQBALL '33 13h 155 l36 Snniom PLKY 136 L 3 BAAHLOVQLABERNIOE RXUHLAND Q Haut Eoonouxns GLUE 135 136 MFH CLUB SECRETAHYhl33 BASEBALL 132 CAPTAJH '33 ng- v X1 ,M .g.m..M,.,6.W..L .. VoLLsv BALL '32 333,135 136 SCHOOL - SENIORS - THEIR ACHIEVEMENTS Mcchiaur, Inez MANOR CHonAL CLUB '35,136 Home Economics oLua 13h,'35,j36 VOLLEY BALL '35 136 BASEBALL 133,135 - MsxaLlx, Ruav PRAIRIE HILL Hou: Eoowougcs cLus VoLLsv BALL '36 Munson, LEE WELDON Nav SWEDEN EnaLrsH CLUB '33 tnnoon BASEBALL 133,'3M,'35 TRACK '35.'36 Season PLAY 136A BASEBALL A36 Nos, Aarnun AUSTIN Hxan ANNUAL STAFF Anr Eulron F. F. A. '3k,'35 A TnAcx i3k,CAPT. 135,'36 BASKETBALL l3h,l35a'35 FoovaALL 133 QAPT- l35f136 5ASEBALL f3h.f35.f36 SAMUEL, Noaxua Gaaea MPH CLUB 13h SPnAvasnaY, EDNA EARL WHITE HALL ANNUAL STAFF VOLLE7 BALL 136 BASEBALL '31f132,133.13hL BAsnETaALL X31 '32,h33,l3L Ssuroa PLAY 135 IL gk X mai' RL", K ' A 'afff A S? 1 2 4 5 1' Q X g,wx A wgix A X A ,I fi- fN fb fe ff f f 9 1 ff 5 1'- w LAwnsncE MR Tunuzn JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS , ---------------WALTON LAWRENCE -----Q--------JIMMIE ELLAS LEE '-------------MARGARET MORELL SERGANT AT ARMS ..--,-,f--q----MALQQLM QAHLSQN ' x R q------------MAaouEnlra mor? --------------me-.J. E. Tu Nea k Mas E. W. SUYHERLAND ggf mg hi M. Marr If I Q A "f QfiSQfi5 M. MORELL SeHopL '7ElY08lTE FAST Annsssou,fannn1g MAIIDR ' 1 ulunysl HWHISPERING YO HQUSEWIFE V A ANDERSUN,AVlYlAN CARLSON NS1nc1NoH . STENOERAFHEH Bsnevaon, Onzsvsn New SWEDEN WSINGIMGN ' STENOGRAPHEB BLeuaznu, Mnarfn w1LLow RANGH nTENNlS' , ' Govennoa or TEXAS Ycsnnson, MALGQLM Geese V m WHMNTINGU COWBOY Cunlsvrxlsow, Quiurox WILLQI RANGE M 'ARGUlNG', ' I ' cnuurv COMIIBSTUNQR :ms g Ams3119g Anusnson, OLGA Rose HILL XREADJNGK FAHMER'S wire Asuuons, NELVLM MANOR HFLIRTINQH SALESMAN- BELGLUND, NILDRED wlLLow RANcH nHAvino career TEACH SPANISH Busrxng unnven gHORNSBY DUNLAP 'Goins BABE-VDUTA' FOOTBALL coAcH QARLBON, RBBERIA aneaa ' 'READING econ Bcqxs Muslc TERGNERI m GI,if1'LI-IWQEI-'li hwghfi Hnannsav Quuukr gi Q swun11Nag 1 F6nTsALL 0oAcH J 1 I , K 2 ' 'X X Q1 1 1',, We ya R,. W gf!-XX EEi5,i g - iggsxg E iii ' I i' L 5 1 if M' uw I SekooyfA FAvon1iEfiXSTfns - HMf3TfQN Exumo, PEARL FRENNE80N,gCl3B1'l8, Luna SPRINKLE m AGGINB TOKHANDA' L 'SLtsrTNQFu ' . Q GnAnuAra funn MANon ,K ME5hANl8 93aBLED8 L,f Ggaas, Tunv kavnx, Nonx aaLLs AUSTIN Hxau . again H1sH 'SLEEPlNQl- APsrmvswaH f0EMAN AT Nonru POLE NURSE GUSTAFSQN, CARL HENRY Hxuson, MARJDRJE NEW Swsnzn Mnwon nURlVlNG RDDEL 'Tn NDRAWINGN- Srswoannrnsa Qzouzrnv 1aAunzn manxsou, Lt-LN'15'BEl..l.EV mwmxnw, Rwuom: BuoA ' Manoa 1 , uANYTHlNGF Racine wxfn Suonrvn TEAGHER QN BUDA HELGE, ANNA DEAN Gases RHORSEBAGK ntugnan L To BE A SUEDE HELTON, Louis: PFLUGERVILLE RGQING WITH wENazLL HOME EUONGM1QS TEKCHER J WIFE V HENNIG, DOROTHY K HfLL, CHARLOTTE ' ELGIN Hlax 'HAVING HEASLESU CLERK M KNOB - V ASWIMKINBR li if 'M S' Y X Q 1 I Q 5 3 Q Q T355 Q swf Qjwv X Xin 'R 1 ki QQ X YA? s DIRECTOR OF Scout CAMPS QW5,gifv,,f :Iii gli, wg-www QT ,I - ik as NL Q E'fgF L Q .S X T fi? if 6. f , Q! vi 3-ii Lsiixf wgmf T 1 ? SOHOGL H FAVORITE PASTflME -'ANBITILN JANOTA, ELLEN MANOR 'MATT Hx LLMANH FARMERlS wire LEE, JIMMIE ELLA LAwa:NoE, WALTQN AUSTIN HiGM HSTRUTTING AROUNDH 4 ENGLISH TERCMER Lruuenzn, LOWELL Mawon L CDTTONWOOD NHIDING wsTH RTCHARDR RBEING SMARTH STENOGRAPHER GRADUATE AT 15 MEKOLIK, EVELYN PRAIRIE HILL MOHELL, MARGARET Kensov HIGH HOomPos1Ne SONGSH NTENNISU Nunse TEAcHsa Marr, MAHGUERITE NELLE, Vlnelz MANon Rose HILL HCHEWING sum' RSEWINGK STENouRAPHEa WBLUEYS wxrz NEWQUUST, MYRTLE Resin, EARL LUND Manoa MSETTING HAIRH 'Tennis' BEAUTY OPERATOR SUPEHIHTENDENT OF MANOR SPRAYBERRY, JOE VORWERK DELLA MAE SURDBEGK LEROY 3 1 WHITE HALL PaAlRiE HILL SPnlNxLE 'PLAYING FDOTBALLN RSEEING suowsn HDAY DREAMINGH Ownlna A MODEL GET MARRIED PRESIDENT or MTN' - nh XQ f A fs- VL -3- '- Xxx Q is . ,P-UNK .NJA .i -Th . X XXX f Am ' r Xxx 'T L,. 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To merely cnuzm-wrote the long list of useful activities in which Lira. PY. H. Wentland has been engaged while serving the State in various fields gives one the impression oi' reading a cata- logue of University degrees. Only a few of her different positions will suffice to indicate She has served the State Federation of Ylomen's Clubs as President secretary twice, and chairman of different Departments of work in charter member or the Austin Woman's Club and now s member of' the elected ra member of Austin Parliament Clubg President of two Pioneer Clubs of Honor P. T. ks, and the Literary Treasurer of Ladies Auxiliary of Texas Pharmaceutical Associstiong twice con- vention chairman of Travis County Drugg5.st's Wives Associationg Chairman of Red Cross dist- ributcrss Chairman of local YIoman'a division of N. R. A., Life member of Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers. Her interest is not limited to club, educational and church work, but is also prominent Ln politics - serving as a National delegate of the 1928 Presidential conven- her unusual qualifications. of Fifth District, Recording the organization. She is a Board of Directors recently tion in Houston. Active and efficient she is in daxhand wherever responsible work is undertaken. The recent honor that the Delta Kappa Gammas have added to Ex-ss tientlandls long roll of activities in electing her a member of that organization, is e displeyal of' their own good judgment and just another recognition of her wonderful ability and peculiar fitness to serve in worth while endeavors. She is one of the outstanding women of the State who enjoys the con- fidence and the esteem of' every organization to which she belongs. She is dignified in bearing noble in character, and high in ideals and ethical standards. Host connendstory among, her many achievmen-ts, is the unparalleled service she has rendered in the social welfare of her own little city. Foremost among, Red Cross workers, leader in building a beautiful club house in town, sponsor for raising the school to higher educational rating, and active in every forward :lovement for progress, she holds presiding offices in many organizations, and freely gives her time and talent to advancing herclty and tate. The Delta Kappa Gammas have reason to cozogratulate themselves in adding to their names so capable and responsible s member as Lire. W. H. Yientland of leanor. Written by V Mrs. Lilles Terrell Shaver I Kyrt surge malvm Beqkhsni QW F I' 4, 4 if f QWWZZ fm L , ', 1 1 5' J Dawvrw W 2? fi If y X -' LETTERMEN GAPT. Moz-HPQBDIEH-Bvann'narrxaunn P Bxax Go. CART. "ALLI:SGgN's"FLAQW-RE'3ERVE' --314.-Gunn Dunn LEWALLENAULAZXR-V-312, LETTERNAN-TACKLE WILLIAM Asnnnns-'Por'-3 YEAR LETTERHCENTER wguou Lnwaeiics-J'Cow'Gsl3l4., azsznvz-xmcx gym. Rosen-"0LAusff-f.3b.,sQuAouAn - Gunn Qixiwron Cnnutuhson-I Far 1'z" -1314, sqummu I L,- . h -GUARD Mggnnu Bua 1',xuJBmsfoo1"-1 s1 x-mn-,Ewa f arisen Austin:-:-Jansen-1sf Yann -. TAcxz.e JDE SPHAYBEHHYnnPR0FN71ST YEAR - GUARD S. P. SAMUELQWZYYA-181 YEAH - BAcx MARVIN SUNDBEGK-nDUKlE'-1ST YEAR - Bncx +2 ,ww I I . Q IZ . if '- . - , . Timex REVIEW tx vanoa HAD Ins soar sucosssrun TRACK sEAsom.1HAiK sue uns nan JN A wunaan dv vegas wswu rn: FGLLDWING men WINNING ous OF rn: rynsr THREE PLACES IN THE - COUNTY MEET: Noe, Lawaewce, Busvlw, ANDERSON, SUND- seen: Ronan, CHRlSIlANSQH1.B0ZARYy W. Asnmons, - BLDMBERO, Ano S. Ps SAuuELs. - ELGIN onus Tuaousu IN rue swnrnrs ro TAKE THE Fins? O0MPEYlTlON,FDR was VUSTANGS av A 65-56 scans. Nos Ano Lawasuns yan: sPs91AauLAgs in QAPTURIND fue Hman hun anonn Jumvs nesrecrlvekvw ' ' mxnon, FAVORED T0 win, xnvensn rms couurv user AT PrLussnvILLE Ann aan TRUE TG rows ro TAKE Ngas rrnsr PLACES Ann euouen sscouns Ann rwraos ro scene 72 . roxwws. Nos PHOVED rua owner POINT GATHEHER WITH 25 POINTSQ we wAs FoLLowsn cLossLv sv LAwnsncE, Busrln, Rosen, AND ANDERSON. THEqMU3TANQS'8TABED vuexa FIRST INVITATION user . wnru BERTRAH, AUSTiN, Rounn Rock, ELGIN, Ann PFLUQER vsLLe surEa1na.BEn1nAu BARELY Nossu our TH: srnoua Austin nuuueas ev w4nu3ne fue Hips RELAYu , Busrtug Lswasudgy Nos, ANDERSONj.3UNDBEOKy Ann H Rosen ENTEBKQ rms CISTRICT MEET AT Bananarama, Ana our or THE svnowc OQMPETITION BUSTIN, NOS, Ann - ANDERSQN QUALIFIED Fon THE REGIOHAL MEET AT SAN Mxnf' pos, AT THEQREGIONAL MEET Moe FXILED TQ QuALLry rua Tu: STATE Meer, sur HE PLACED FQFTH our or rms 28 coupsrlua. , , Q QQQLQ 5 1 If , if?" if Y -f as I . E , . f M- 4 , .? f X156 :fy Q RQ14 Q 5 X my QE N be S, kw.awvQ + W-1.55 N gg aww 'F -s S 5 2? M ,J 5 V Q gf' r R90 ff i.:,,,.,. BASKETBALL REVIEW As Tue BASKETBALL LsAeus wAs cou- roszn or ELGIN, PFLUGERVILLE, ROUND Roux, Hutrn, Ann MANOR, Tx: HUSTANGS SCHEDULE wAs A STIFF oNE. PFLUGER- VILLE, GLDSELY FuLLowzn ev Hurro AND ERROR, won was UHAHPIONSHIFQ A THE LETTERMEN INCLUDED CAPT. LAwnENcz, Nos, BEQKHAM, W. Asawonz, Rossw, SPRAYBERRY, Busrru, AND Canist- IANSQN. ONLY Noe AND Bacxwnu WILL az ruaouea GRADUATION. WITH fue AID or THE new MATERIAL on HAND AND THE new svmuAs1uu ras MUSTANQ8 wlLL as Exrscrsn T0 Pur A sraene TEAM IN THE LzAauE Nsxr veAn. - l a'QL?'2g'l Q? 4 A9 Ji ' 7 1 N- . . A., - r'- 1 ' -.. ,....-.-I x Q , LABASEBALL Due: TB A LATE s'rAn'r, THE Musnnes HAD AN uNusuALLY suonr susan. Guess wana PLAYED rum AUSTIN, PFl.unsnv1LLs, wo Bum. CAPTAIN Rassu new 'rue snrsns WITH A41-Lil-0 xw.enme,. Ann!-m 'rut fnxaafsas, VIAYMND ,Lamson-:mu ' , Lt-:omxnn MARBUGER wen! OUTSTANDING renromkisns. Lziurznuzn Fon we 1936 sn,- SON INULUDER CAPTAIN Rosen, MANBUGER, LAHSDN, OLSEN, W. ASMMORE, NOE, LINU- BREN, OHBISTIANSON, LEEy BUSTIN, AND LEWALLEN. 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Lrsvsn, LAvoY TUBES. 1 Nfxg: 1 LEFT T0 RIEHT'BAOK.R0!j DonoTHY HQLLIRGN, Louis: MEIN- EN, Evznrn BoHLs, NELJA HALL, MARY NELL Bova, LILLiAn BOHLB, Lois Nnuanr, Miss ELLEN Tucan- L TON: L .L Faust Rumi- h -FAvnsn: Panxs, Evanvn gsvzs, MINNIE GANTU, WILMA Tunnsn, Floasse BANNER, Tennis NELL NAUERT 1 fFHQNT A Lsrr T0 RQCBTHBAQK Rows, .- WILLARD Pruuesn, ingest B5lQKy+ Kxnnxr Kugurxn, un: weaves, Blnnxiknaga, vsnNns ErLua:n. KENHfTH'B9HLlg Quan Kina BLAoxLQox, THEODGRELIIHMSR- uns, uanxsn Prpussa, PAUL Przuuxs, Miss ELLEN Tnoautun- BeAcH. 1, LEFT TQ R1eHre8Aox nnwa:Q VQ, WALniHs Baeensn, KLETA FUOHIQ ERNESTYNE BAAox, Neva cnsu, ELsIE PrLuatn, Miss ELLEN ' Q Tnonnfon, ELLA WIELARD, HARRY!! BONLR, JULIA MARIE TINNERHKK, ' FRANGE8 5rAnx. . I P v-v'-' 9, . -1,4 - ' . URKLUND A. T. RA z TRUSTEE- i TRUSTEE PAL 4! MISTGRY FIRST GRADUATES HISTORY THE FIRST CREEDMOOR SDHDDL WAS BUILT IN 1880. IT WAS LOCATED WHERE THE WILL KEIKE HOME NOW STANDS, WHICH IB A DISTANCE OF SEVERAL IILES FROM THE LOGA- TION OF THE PRESENT SCHOOL. MISS IDA RICE WAS THE TEACHER OF THIS SMALL ONE- TEACHER SCHOOL. THE SCHOOL BOARD CONSISTED OF DR. R. AITDN, JAKE STEUSSEY, AND J. D. CAMPBELL. A NUMBER OF YEARS LATER THE scHooL WAS MOVED TO THE BITE WHERE THE CREED- moon GIN IS NOW LOCATED. IT WAS KNOWN AS THE WILLow SPRINGS SCHOOL, THIS NAME APPAHENTLY HAVING BEEN CHOSEN BECAUSE OF THE MANY WILLDN TREES IHIOH SUHROUNDED THE NEARBY SPRINGS. IT WAS AT FIRST A oNE-TEAcHEn SCHOOL WITH Mass BELL MILLER AS TEAcHEn. LATER ANOTHER noon WAS ADDED AND THE FACULTY IIONEABED TO Two TEA' cHEns. AN INCREASED ENHDLLNENT HESULTED IN THE ERECTION OF A FOUR-ROOM BUILDING IN 1909. THIS WAS BUILT WHERE THE PRESENT SCHOOL BUILDING IS NOW LOCATED. THE FIRST PRINcIPAL IN THIS BUILDING WAS MH. GRINDSTAFF. THIS BUILDING WAS SWEPT AWAY BY A DISASTEHOUS OYCLONE IN THE YEAR OF 1921. SCHOOL WAS OONDUCTED IN THE MASONIC HALL WHILE THE PRESENT BUILDING WAS BEING PLANNED AND GONSTRUCTED. THIS COVERED A PERIOD OF AFPROXIMATELY TWO YEARS. THE PRESENT BUILDING, A anlon STRUCTURE OF sIx Rooms HAS DDMPLETED AND OOOUPIED IN 1923. W. G. SCOTT SERVED AS ITS FIRsT rnINcIPAL. IN THIS BUILDING VARIOUS TEACHERS HAVE TAUGHT, MANY PUPILS HAVE PASSED THHDUQH ITS noone, A NUMBER OF TRUSTEES HAVE SERVED IT, AND MANY PATRONS HAVE SUPPORTED IT. IT STANDS A8 A MDNUMENT T0 THE SINOERE EFFORTS OF THESE anouvsg IT WILL SURVIVE THE STRESS AND STEIFE or TIME IF THosE WHO FOLLOW WILL so LOYALLY SUPPORT IT AS DID THEIR AN- CESTORS. ExggL,Psnnv Fenix annex Luurs,Kuuz: Tidra anno: BQR3.s Annan N fQ xn-1, Gam: LMfV LFLOYD NYRTH 'FNUTHC 935051 HEB8SBrfLnumAu. m,, R +TERig GRADE fj w VlRBiNlA Rountaez 3my:g aaAus l VALQE Rnun1nes Nyprs GRADE w I-fff ' . ensue unLra f Nauru caan: 1 L WALTER KUNZE4 9TH GHADEX vsvaAN BURKLUND 81a GRADE A pw HowELL W. 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BETWRLN QDLORADO SOHOGLAANQLTHE RIVER' THAI nous, BUALT serene Txxls 8EOAME.A STATS, HAS wxrnlioon THE RAVAGE8 ur run YEAH! RID tn: 1Loonx-or 1869 AND 1935. TuDAY Tun yuunvn IEIERATJDN or THE'FAIlLY I8 LIVLNG IN IVA AFTER THE DEATH OF HR' MUARTHUR, HI! 80l,,diN.l9ARTHUl, KRD HIS DAUBHTER1 NRS: MARY ELIZABETH MCARTHUH SNEEB, IKHERITKD TRI PROPERTY: HR, dll RDARTMUR BOLD Sdlf Of THE LAND T0 HH. ANDREI DAYJDIONQ THE HYBHIXY WAI OHAIIED AFTER THE,9LQBE Of'THE CIVIL WAR, AND MR. DIVIDIDI HAVE BUIE LAND DX YHE IE! HIHHIAY FDR IONDOL AND cnunau PURPOSES. THE oLo lUfLDfNG THAT HAD lEKN,8TANhlNG sv Ekunr EHIALINK SPRIIHBA IAS luvln to THE new LOOATIONQ YEAns LAYER A axuonn noal IA: ABD!D,,AND TM: szcouo 1EAonsn snrnnysn. Soon Arrenwrns nLoa: or Tn: CIVIL WAR A apanuL, TIUBHT av A IHJTE IAN AI rtnsv, NAD aaxu ESTABLISHED FOR THE IEBROKB YN TR! 5BlUUl!TYs ' ln 1921 rn: onu suxnnlun THAT HAH aznvzn sync: rn: DIYBAHF MEXIBAI RULE'lA8 funn nnwn, A new fun-Annu union nuxnalnn lAl'fRKOTEDa ll 193k some ADJABEQT LAND uAs uounnr Ann A MEXIDAI :susan IAS nuxxr. TMA: lliE.YEAR A IEl,lUIlD!KB ran Ins nsnnoae NAB znscran ro TAKE vue rLAnn DFAA nzxipn nun. Dualnn 1935 vu: 1nIan.nauu, A-rnxuAn1 noon SEPARATE rnan ru: MAIN IUILDXNI, wAs Annan ro rn: pairs aonoog, AND was-rnfnn TEACHER. WAS EIPLUYKDA THU! THE COLORADO SUHUBL DY TUDIYA ITANDINI-WIYNIN A QUARIER.0F A MILE or THE IGHODL DY IORE THAI A UENTURY AGO, OONTINUEI T9 IBRVK THE 9DllUilT13 A CLASS OF 1895 I LuQc41LLx-: ,Q1 , f 7TH LNEAL Buaqu 7vH. qax1pa sins? Roniiff SECOND Rows. TR! HD F1 nm Reiki m I I3-lf? 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"" i - 1 . k 1 x' ' ' ik " Q ' 1-551-Q'--1 ir -. ,K y. .X-Q79-gfkjLg:e?g,, 9: f:w'g:k.ggf.5:RF.?w5.:1-,M ' x X y k .fl-.fiiiu -A fig ,k i- .1 K I Q-.-qqyg. . 5 :1 ' j-jp X f::55.,Xji ' ' k ,g 4N3i'g,-5 yksyg i A .1 ik' .-3,13x3.- ,fy . 1- Qin x 1X 1 '3' T4-:,,1-ww X w.,51yz.,1f lf:-. ' V ,. -fm,-hsfyy-Q .S A af D N, fa A K , EJ l I isfarty I I I I I m I " I I IN 1866 A LOG HOUSE WAS BUILT JUST ABOVE SPICEWOODS SPHIMDS wHIcH THE PEOPLE NAMED ESPEHANZA, A SPANISH WORD, THEY TOOK T0 MEAN PRETTY on BEAUTIFUL. THIs NAME wAs cHosEN BECAUSE or THE BEAUTIFUL SGENERY.MAOE BY THE HILLS AND EVER- GREENS WHICH SURHOUNDED THE LITTLE BUILDING. THIS LITTLE LOG HOUSE wAs USED Fon sEvEN YEARS. THE SCHOOL WAS THEN MOVED T0 THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE OLD COUNTY FARM, NOW owNED BY THE MCELHOY ESTATE. THE SCHOOL HEMAINED AT THIS LOCATION UNTIL 1893, WHEN A ONE-ROOM FRAME BUILD ING wAs coNsTnucTED AT THE PRESENT SIGHT THE BUILDING WAS TORN DOWN IN 1922 T0 MAKE WAY ERECTED T0 FACE THE WEST INSTEAD or THE EAST.. IN THE STRUCTURE TO ACCOMODATE THE ENROLLMENT. ON THE UPPER GEORGETOWN RDAD. Fon A MODERN TWO-ROOM BUILDING i93h A THIRD-ROOM WAS ADDED T0 SQHOOL IS A SPANISH WORD, THERE IS N0 RECORD OF A SPANISH DB'MEXICAN CHILD EVER ATTENDING THE SCHOOL- THE DISTRICT HAS NEITHER A MEXICAN NDR A NEGHO SCHOOL. EVEN THOUGH THE NAME OF THE THE ONE-ROOM SCHOOL OF 1893 CCLASS OF 19085 M I I I I ff, I T i X Q A ,. F 3 1 f f' -I '1 I 5 A A, ff ' 1 lv l , Frdsy Row: Seanad-Rowg Tl-HRD ROW! FOURTH ROWS 3 s Arn, Sru, a 6TH GRADES X m M. GQ CLARK, sous Manx, Rossa? ELSEY, vsoLA QALK, ALBQRTQ GOEELITZ.. Wffw , , f'kL i f-5 Enygfkoupss WQELKggQALLEEN.CLlRK,ND0RTHY Goku? H. Ca FQSTEBy DAN Uxess, GnAnuespFHkz1sa,4MAny CHAMPaoN. fni x . L 4lgi,Qf BETTQSROSE CUNNINGHRMQ Tnuoia CALK, LlLLIAN CUNNINGHAMQgh x MAURfNE1BLOGKEF, HENRY ELszv. . , EDGAHWMARX, EDWARD FQSTER, SHIRLEY Moncnn, W1LLlAM, TTONy Arroao LLIAN PATroN 1 QD1: g auiz afibfzs FIRST Row: Sscouu Row: THIRD Rcwy A H C L U B Ruav Kasrzscamnn, Nonug Knz1zscHmAa, DORIS BLOCKER. AILEEN CLARK, CHARLES Fnazvsa, WQLLIAM PATTON MARILYN NAUERT, LINNIE CHAMPION, GERALDINE PATTQN, MARIHA Rocsns, VERA PATTON, LETA FAYE FRAZIER. Beanies MORGAN, PAT1oN, MAURINE SHIRLEY MORGAN, Eurru Roasmsow, ,'.: , . ,.. gig W 5Q 51 f Eg vw ! ek ? x , ka' A K 3 fA. - lk ' K+ b A. 1 f' .iqgi Q lf .ix :J M if ylkgaxt M 'fa i gw ,kv' QQ uigf. - H xgni x x ' N- K , mb I l I .. ' MAURINE BLocKER, LILLIAN CUNNINGHAM, Deals PATTON, NORMA KRETZSCHMAR, RUBY KHETZSGHMAR, BERNICE MORGAN, MAR: ,,,W CHAMPION, AILEEN CLARK, ammu Lnuxse WOELKE.'k FIRST Row: Lxnufa CHAMPIGN, Rufus LEE Rueens. DAVID Fosren, EDNA secono Rowp RALEIGH FOSTER, EDQTH RUB MILURED STAFFQRD, GILBERT THIRD Row: HELEN WQELKE. LSTA PAY: F Poarsa Koen, CLARENCE GOLL, w arent- zaQi:ltar5 LYN K THE ESPERANZA PARENT-TEACHERS ASSOG1ATlGN wAs oaGANl2Eu av Mas. DOWELL B.x 'g JOHNSON IN OCTOBER OF 1932. THE ORGANIZATION HAS BEEN A GDNSTANT lNsPiRATloN TO THE SCHOOL, NOT TO msnrnwn va: 1NNumERAsLE HELPS IT His elven THE SCHOOL- THESE Normans TRULY wonx wzrn oun SGHQOL. nh THE MEMBERSHIP IS AS FoLLows:- Fd RS HRS . WRS HRS Has MRS A. C5APlLAND f JAMES H. Faazzen DAN Dvsss W. Ag NEELY Howuan BQBLE LEsLnE NEELY 9, rf s M fha ' I . es Q 4, A if ' ,G A B Z S fsg Er 9' , , if f Q, J .5 was Mas. Mas MHS Mas MRS JOHNERQQQNSQN W. Q. Ogxmsxou C. C. Conxenu J. G. Koen Roy ELQEY1 En. FOSYER, WLLLKAM PATEGN E RDBEHT-ELSEYKE Domus PATTQN - ' BENSQN MARX V Doaarnv GOLL h - EMMA Lourss WDELKE VERA PATTUNXEX1. EDQTH Roexwsdyff HELEN W0ELKEffE, Lion MCMILLIAN Mag. xmas. .Mas Mas gas JACK Roaynspu - O. H. RiTOHARDSON Lounge GQLL ' M. W. Nxusnr W.'F. ATKINSON C. A. SfOERRER 1 1 .,v- ---4 A k-,.. iz ','k in . 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Later it was movnzlg to Baynivs Chapel. Bere the first school house was built of logs. Itvms also used as a church and ls- still standing. It was a one-teacher sohonbl with only ami door and one windcw made of hinged plank. The pupils sat on split log benches, and I'1'0tR on ilatee instead of blackboard: or paper. Hcynie'a , Chapel me changed to Garfield in honor . K of Preaidenii Ggrfisld. Glrfiold than nrected s frame school- heuae in 1893. This ns one long room - with Four windows boasting of glen -panes. L Tharaxwas e double dccr at +1-La front and a single ons. at thembsck. There me a stage, ter speuches, etc. in one coma: of the TQQM. 'AtL5f'iret,sthe children act on -- bendlics, but before-'1cmg, than vmrel changed to double Qealrq. Painted wall bcerdg versa xasbd as-lilackhoup-ds. This building refined- iim:ilL 1915. ' - In 1916, thc presqnt building was nr- scted on land 'bought-'from Hrs Jim Berry. 'rheeeflare th:-gn olaqa roommhand tim-Q atom-Sgw roms, ,md c' kitohsmm At firstg cnlyktwo oi' thi rocnafm-rn used for clans work. Tha otbnr room was uand as living quart-ra foftlze teachers-b l L X ' ATM-bmddsm equipaiiixt otkwhich an L proufig has 'baba added gradutlly by the trusthea lad tho P.-T- Av - T150-LbBns1th.lGrix!Bdq-was crgeinizad in 1919.23 Th6'P1lpS1a'iQ1x'Lthe.1oir1ng cup, 'cbs' L hnalth fnlryg pictures, ax.xdLma.ny banners ter their-Lvicrk-. 31 piano scart ns made wt 912139 IHFPRVYFQF-flfkl , L ' l I - !fi.xia'yllx1-Qwhe Garfield Salxclil nrggn- . iscdi Rune Yfcuircmici Club, a Tennis Club, c vc116yLba:11'tgam5L.Land A 4-Rdlub. x At 'UQBJ Gdgnty an Hli'qh,,27,Lvsf1r0m firetkpldci f'i1xlfbRuruIiFf'n'!:Whlbn and the V 15-R KGbxxtea'kg second Fplaee in'-ixmior and nanior gir1lg k.tgnni4glLnnd third 'plnogln N Vbllivlfbbill-Qilixxqgior11?9Y'!I.dhclAmM4iU1'43 Q f A 053355 'F114L?l3?35.Lv?0h9O1f8ivdIi111Sv W L 'At -the district 111-9ii6r3e'b0Yg!Q, mu li'cg1c,vm1Qrd'7p1!co 'ming 5-fR con. 17385 and Neflihvli Blicltiird Lizfkuiil PQIXEI L temxinl- 71asay:6Qn'b0lQQL xbx, , --fl L L h - ' S6h0Cr'!Q,jfai:udrntqf5 ' hfvfiilsm ff2frff5?f?E?QlifYQ?l9gevS?Qfhiishfr 1 b.nqvaffiQmfg3g,,stuqamg, -haul sgaftmc :mpg nzgngqxmmfb-5fab'g,cjl. 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Ben Gxttia Grade . mf1e - - 'I-th -Grads Bowles Grads Grades It B L L Y .1 ' ff 3 V Ck .J 5 ,- 'i . 5 . - 1 'fp wx ' ,.1 , " , ' I Q ' s f, .fx m ISJZH- il: , ' N- N ' -X ' xv. -.. b. - gt, - - g A A ,Fig . 4. f,.l- N- S 4' 1 " 3 -I ' A ' ' " ,V f" : - . . . .. . L - - 0 lst Raw Cseeteaj Billy Boatrightilst b Velma Fogle-4th Betty Jo Boatright-lst Truiizt Fogla-lst Johnny Richards-lst Doris Jaan Brown-lst Louise Stevenson-lst Roxio Gatt is-2nd Margie Hell Boatriglrt-5rd 2nd Row fSestedJ Norms Richards-Sth Margie Bcwlns-Sth Luoila Boatright-Sth Ella has Bolt-Sth John Hou:-ar-4th Bill Stevenson-2nd 5rd Rcmfstandlngj William Maurer-2nd Monroe Fogla-6th Dorothy Fogle-Sth Joe Hvurer-5th J - C- Maurer-Mah Edwin Buck-4th Edith Bowlss-4th Hilton Norwood-4th George Buck-Sth Maynard Norwood-5th Lester Norwood-4th Bruce Finklna-Sth burnt hd' 'S' Home mic Qflub i , lst Rel' . ihrgie. Bmrlep Nbrine Richards Lucille Bowbright Eaiunnswlaa ' ' X Louise White- - K - ' Bertie Julia Boatright Stella Has Richards L Eafttlls 'lnllioe . lbrhle Boatright Gladynx Bmvles ' - me RovL - Bertie Julia Boatright m Louise lhitg - L Nadine Gattis Qgiztiey Loigg rogxp 2nd RCI' 'Basel Pearohm - Mary Bauxnezrt A Stvlla Mae -Richards Estelle Wallace ' Boys 4-H cum f zmrIS'cmn lst RWM", 2 Raymond Boatrighir V - Ben Tamplaton, L 4 HG-lsb1iB1xbk,L 'L , ' h L Geerge Buck, ' 23:-a Rom ' 1-:aan snug 5 xaymqna yagaex-xgm Roxana :xmas- 1 , Tw Wghuck Llhynard Harwood ? W Lldlnun Bunk ,- Brurm Ftniflas 1 Ifomlilmigfihigfcgiu Xihsoniliurgueod, L' Y Q Mrs, -ff' he Lilo- V L N-1 ,J ADGLPHfWALENTA f H. pnuwsou i TRUSIEE , , TRUSTEE Gn.asn'r Em mes L TRUSTEE oh N1LDREbfLfNDELE MRGQ:A.LFa BLoonQuf ST TEACHE5L'I' .Af TEAoHsR a,S1 . C9':fa,c1a5 r LILA MAE WALENTA MARGARET dAcossoN LA VEHNE OARLsoN i . 18T Row 2Nn Row LEONARD CARLSON ' REYNOLD ScoNcr LANBERT WISSEN WAYLAND BLOOMQUUST 3 ELWODD NELSON WELDON BLODMQUIST EARNEST no Row MASGHMEYER IRENE CARLSON' Lanov SWENSDN CHESTER Aunsnsou ADOLFH WALENTK ALVIN OLSON EYNEL CARLSON BERTMA ANDERSON WILBURN AGNES WALENTA GLADYS CARLSON VIRGINIA LEE Dowenrv LUOILE Mnscumzvsn ANN MARIE YOUNG Eunice OLsoN Joins WALENTA MELVIN WALENTA bmw Row James WALENTA LESLIE Bponmquusr ' BDBBY do SBKTH Annsnson I ' -A -xvixb' NN. ., GEDRaE,FA6ERQUIST - MILTON ERISKSON CHARLES Ross 15I R0w ELNocn NELSON WILBURN JOHNSON VIRGIL WALENTA GIRLS M BOYS QfH CLUB 2 BRD ROW LUGlLLE MASGHNEYER ERNA WALENTA BETTY VVIOLA HELEN ETHEL NAOMI SUE TUMEY SWENSON WALENTA CARLSON WISSEN -MARCENE HOKANSON u ND Rel y - BETTY Jn: SNITNN Gaonos FAaenQuxet EUGENE wisszp' Hansen? WALZRXA LERoYfS8EH50N vaunsnv SKLSON . 6111.195 GIRLS PLAYGROUND BALL - CO CHAMFIONS 1ST ROW! 1. 2. 5. 2Nn Row: 1. - 2. S. Luepas mgscnmstsa NACHI wvsssu MAncEns Honnnson WESTELL Youna ELA MAnle DQHERTY ETn:L Cxnnsou VIOLA Swswsuu AMELlA Sconcl HELEN WALENTA ERNA WALENTA Bova mvsewnn BALL Tam 1sT Rowi 1 2 jNv3 Q LESLQE BLocuQu1sT EARL BRYANTWV I VIHGIL NALENTA 2N9,R0Wi .wh . 1 2 ,5, . KENNETH TOLLESON , EDHAHD'BRYAyT . Heaazkr WALENTRQ 4 LEBDY Sweusgn w1LBusNmANQtnsQx Qiiio tg o - H- ELBQLJUEIQBX . - FT is sAIn THAT SANTA ANNA GAVE uoav or Tue LIND now INCLUDED an 'ELROY'T0 one Of N1S.0FFICEB3m Turn uAn LATER 1aAoeo ALL or uns GRAKY ' FOR N HORSE lND'SADDLE.g' T0 RE-TURN ' TD Mixico. Tala UUMMUIQTY WASHYIHST OALEED URYSKILL Fon THE UAN uno oinzo nos? or Tn: TERRITORY now rnoLuoEn IN THE SETTLEHENTH LAT5a A son BUILT Tu: DRTSKILL HDYEL IN AUSTIN. rn 1892, Mn. A1,An.MOLUlD surLf THE FIRST House IN THE UGMMUNITT. BY 189kr THERE wana :nouou rsof PLE T0 onoAN1za A sonoon unsTnxcT. THE SCHOOL wAs BU!LT IN THE sunusn OF 189h, Ann Mn, DAN Ross IAS :gf ECTED AS THE FYHST TRUSTEE: Mn. Ross nlnso A MRS. FETTIS T0 TEACH THE FIRST YEAR, A Tenn or six mourns TN 1896, THE FIRST srons WAS UUILTQ Two rsfns LATER CIBSSJ THE Frnsx onunou WAS BUYLT, Ann A rosrorrrce UA5'E8- TApLlsnEo: THE rosfuerice WAS osvsn Tue uAus or ELnov, Ann Fnou Tnxs Tin: THB nou- uuurrv IAS Known BT THAT lAua. THE FIRST YEAR TWD 1EAonens went usso IAS in 1901. Tu: TsAouEns nAo To TEACH IN THE tau: noon. -Arita TID YEARS C19037 THB SECOND TEAcHEn WAS DISPENSED WITH, AND THE Tanu uslernzitu T0 sxysn mourns. THEN IN THE sullen or 19064 THE azconu noon wAs ADDED T0 THE scnook. Ehaot IAS THEN A TWU TEAonEn souoog UNTfL 1909, wuts THE Tnino noon wns Aonso, Ano THE Tulno TEAouEn wga n1nto. ju 19LL Tux aonoon rlnsr HAD'l Tenn or EIGHT mourns. IT HAs nsualuro Al :tour mourns scHooL, 'tin THREE TEACHERS, sruoa THAT TIME. DURING TRE YEARS of 1916-17, THh nnzssuv SGHOUL, A THREE noon annex VENEER, IAS IIN' LTQ ELROY scHooL 1906 I , H Y -.,,,,A, , ' ' . an z ff-Q.,5,,..u TEACHER W-n fgisiorg HISTORY OF HORNSBYFDUNLAP SCHOOL IN JuLv, 1832, RUEBEN Honnsay NovED TQ THE PLACE wHIcH HAs SINDE BEEN KNOWN AS HORNSBYVS BEND. A WELL FDHTIFIED STUCK- ABE wAs FIHST BUILT, THIS BEING NECESSARY BECAUSE or HosTILE INDIANS wHo WENT T0 FLUNDER AND KILL AT RANDOM- IN AUGUST 1833, JosIAH WILEAHEEH, IN COMPANY WITH roun OTHER MEN. ONE A suHvEYoH, HODE our Fnom HOHNSBY'S T0 Loox OVER THE couNTHT. THE PARTY wAs AMBUSHED BY INDIANS AaouT LuLu DUNSON SIX MILES NonTHwEsT rnou Honnsavls NEAR WALNUT CREEK. Two Qmns. A. I. MCEAGHERN7 WERE KILLED AND Two ESGAPED. WILBARGER NAS WUUNDED, SCALFED, TEAGHER'1886 AND REPORTED THE DEATH or THEIR THREE CDMPANIDNS. WILBARDEH WAS FDUND FOLLOWING A DREAM BY Mns. HDHNSDT IN WHICH SHE SAW HIM ALIVE BUT WOUNDED. SHE URQED HER HUSBAND Tp FIND HIM WHICH HESULTED IN THE RETURN OF WILEAHGEH T0 THE HORNSBY HOME WHERE HE wAs NURSED BACK TO HEALTH. Fon SEVERAL YEARS THERE WERE TWO SCHOOLS IN THIS COMMUNITY, THE HORNSBY SCHOOL AND THE DUNLAP SGHDDL, .SITUATED THREE AND ONE-HALF MILES AFAFIT ON THE AUSTIN-WEBBERVJLLE ROAD. 1N 1905, THE COMMISSIONERS counr PASSED THE ORDER TO GONSOLIDATE THE Two scHooLS, AND THE DISTHIOT WAS THEN CALLED HOHNSDTHDUNLAP. THE FIRST Tnus- TEES WERE! W. M. JONES, H. T. BDWMAN, AND J. M. HDHNSBT. A LOCAL TAX OF 10g WERE ALso VOTED Fon INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. THE GROUND BELEDTED FDR THE SCHOOL SITE LIES ON THE FORMER DISTRICY LINE AND wAs DONATED BY MH. Q Mas. WILL BOWMAN. THE FIasT-sEssIoN or THE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL BEGAN MDNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1906, WITH MH. Q. R. KING, PHINDIPAL. M. M. Honnssv AND ELDEST SON, J. M. KFATBER or SENATOR J. W. HDHNSBYJ. Mn. 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' lgff --o i K Flumssm .RU PHAQT1-:Es MARIE .Lnwrisucz NAx1nF:'PRerrAa 'MARGABQTQHEFRIN W ' JEWEL Hggnin L , L1 VQfSELLEFi gi ' X FoY REYN5LbSii- K LA VERN PASXNOBEX. dossvutwn FBEITAG 1ST RDW K NUR! LLER TIE ZND H123 NX A 1 . . . . , .Ax,x,. . . . .K 1 I , -X .rw-Nqg...W.,.,.,, - ' K I . 'K ZQK., gKK'K Kg '---K -W-, . M K , , Q 'J i L i, x M ' ,,, 5' . K M-, KK K1 , Kg, K K KYK5:-K3 KK KK 5- KK ' .x 'T 'fx-1 , Q A . . Q - Q X3 -. , 'f1f1'?xXK, f- M . .YES - , ' K , K K Y ,Vx - g 5 ,Q U ,yi .,.. KK KKKKKKKKKW , K - . .1 . XKK..,. , A Q rl . X - , ,. K. , ,K Q 8 -I . f 5K K I K ', . . . , . . is Q ,ff .HH 1 ,- K , X K, V 5. -. . ..., - .,. K - V-- I - - ff - 1: w .- - : ' 1 ' ' 5.5 , K K . K K .. -EKKKK, .KK Kg, -1 1 1-v 'gisforg 1385 moz HISTORY or RIcHLAND ScHDoL IN 1877 MR. F. SDHNIDT, JR. SAW THE NEED or EDucATIDN AND OFFERED HIS HOME AS A PLACE FDR scHDoL. Miss RUSH TAUGHT THE FIRST TERNQ THE FOLLOWING TEAR, 1878, A JOINT HEETIND or THE PEOPLE or THE QOMMUNITY UNDER THE DIRECTION or MR. SCHMIDT HESULTED IN A SCHOOL ON THE ONE ACRE OF LAND DDNATED av MR. SCHMIDT- A vERv SIMPLE STRUCTURE WAS QUILT AND NAMED -RIcHLAND- IN HONOR or THE RICH LAND IN THE DISTRICT. AT THAT TIME THERE wERE No coNvENIENcEs IN THE cLAssRooN NDR PLAYGRUUND FACILITIES. THE FIRST TERMS wERE VERY SHORT AND POORLY ATTENDED. DURING 1881 AND 1882 REV. ScHnoEDER TAueHT THE SCHDULE THE FIRST TRUSTEES HERE ELECTED ABOUT THIS TIME AND THEY PAID REV. ScHnDEDEn 3500, Fon PREACHINQ ONE YEAR AND TEACHING Foun MONTHS- IN 1885 THE oouNTY CAME T0 THE AID OF RICHLAND DISTRICT. Two ACRES or LAND WERE GIVEN AT THE SITE WHERE THE PRESENT SCHOOL IS LOCATED. THE OLD SCHOOL wAs SOLD AND A NEW DNE BUILT. UNTIL 1895 THE scHooLHousE ALSO sERvED AS A cHuRcH. ABOUT THIS TIME THE STATE DEDAN T0 ruHNIsH ENOUGH FUNDS T0 ENGAGE FuLL-TIHE TEACHERS. IN 1902 RICHLAND COMMUNITY VOTED AN ExTRA BOND WHICH HAS THE FIRST SCHOOL BOND VDTED IN THE COUNTY NORTH DF THE COLORADO RlVEH.v THIS sono ENABLED THE DISTRICT T0 ENLARGE T0 A TWO TEACHER scHooL. ABDUT THIS TIME, WILLIAM PFENNIG, JR., BECAME PRINCIPAL or THE SCHDOL- IN 1917 ANOTHER Hoon wAs ANNEXED AND THE SCHOOL AcQuIRED A THIRD TEACHER. CREDIT IS DUE ITE FIRST FAcuLTY, ADELE KRUDER, PRINDIPAL, AND HER ASSISTANT, MISS NELL KHUEGER, AND M' THEODORE KNIDNEH. IN 1927 A NEW MODERN THREE-ROOM BUILDING wAs CONSTBUCTED. N u fi' f Q I ' z hz, ., 1 tv. 1 I A w 2 1 i -4 N V GIRLS 4fH oLua Q FRQNT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: EvELvN JAEGKS, msLoaam GEBEHT, Ruav MUELLER, GEHTRUDE PRINZ AND NDRMA MUELLER. Weiss, Spouses, PEARL Jasons, FRIESSQ ELVERA JAECKS, Josi- E STEGER, ana ELL1Non SGHMIDT. BSYS b,-H owe FRGNT ROW LEFT TD RIGHT! HENRY BEN Vonwznk, mlnvnw HAMANN, GILHERT, News Mm Gunzuoz Musnyn. BASK Row: Enwann Gmnzswsmcn, Enwasr STEGEH, RAYMOND Hass, Anyone MUELLE8, EUGENE PRvess, ANG HELMUTH KASISKE. wmv-zfb . .va Jo, ... -' . . W 8' DRAMATIC CLUB FRONT RCW RUBY HUELLEH, MlLvHED GEBERT, LVINA Hosni, JUNETTE Hxasuonssxs, EWALD 'W iv + wifss, LOHIHE GEBaRT aan FRCDDIE Srsaaa , EW 4 .X . E: if '. , x K 1 -Q . bfi K ' S 3 X P . K' - 1 KW, k,gAMg Q31-, S'jf : f . A . K N 1-2 gf .: .. 1 X , 1 3554 1 ln Q, R- . ' F ' - I ,ffxf egyhr51 J x,,A.gigig ,335 it aggi sg . h . , . , ,- + - Q A L . rl A fs, ff HAGK Row: ji4.5fe'g:'f z 5 Q- Q 1 B " , aigajh-w 51 Jpsegrums Srsasn, R'AffMSNBf5HEES', F: A' L f ELVEBA JAECKS' Aa"OLD."W53-Wim EL'-A' Q K 9-s.. iw We N .Q Pmzss, wufazn Fuel-ss me PEARL 4 'La:x:x:.x.1.a.ox 11:11, yt 'S..'x41:'1,1.l,.1x JA PICKS RUG: Miss Lucinda Pfluger, Jaecks- LEFT T0 RIGHT: ' bert, Melber, Hamann, Haas, Vorwerk, Reiss, Mueller, STANDING LEFT T0 RIGHT: Rav Kasiske, Messrs. Weiss, Siseger cabs:-e, urs. cm. Hem, LI- Heunaxm, Yiirusobeske, Hein. 3rd ROW: Messrs. Stags:- Vorwerk Helber, Jes low, Bees. in picture. Miss Ima Pflugar, Mrs. F1211 Yfiruschsske, Kiss Melinda Mahlcw, Era. Fwsld Wniss, Jsnell We-iss, Misa Selma Hodde Miss Irs-na Weiss ure. Adlei. Fuchs, um-gases mem, miss Rosie an-Sa. ' ' 2nd ROW: Mrs. E. Weiss, Sponsor, Jacob Becker, Krs. 01119 On Tuesday, Feb.2, 1927, some of the parents met at Richland school to organise a ?ax'ent- Teaehers Association. Miss Louisa Yiehmeyer was slr-aotad chairman, Mrs. 'Wald 'Naiss,secrf'ts1'y-trn- gxnization. Some of thru are still active members. The purpose of the is to raise the of home and school and to bx-Lug parent and asuz-er. Sixteen joined tha ' ff MY ! 'Jfrs.Fe rgson lunch bllhpooch, and Roifan Jvfunf Pearf 'i Biff! Sfaffon 3 The Smfih Home Y-I5ob"rhe "Om's:n Cre ek onfiise 'DeifY Jo'sCafs Ywzeschool Pfcnfa "T'fze Sn5m1mng 'P0of. !rComBJo m Us Turner Jlrs.A..- rs. MVK' Smifh T' nv P1-aside nf Sus:-afar-y Members JW n and J1rs.M'J. ferguson fflr. and Mfrs. James Sassfrza n . Y W, -V --M -1-- J!r.andf!'1r.s.viC. Pianefzky kf'1r.anl of1rs.Fran9-Dfffmar nfhxand cffrg. Jak muhe bran!! eflr,aiinQdd'1w-3. 'FbmRoberi.s LARQRJ-U4,f6f1f'H. Kfdke , JIr.anJ.z!'fr.sff5m Carson :ffha algfgrslbob S mill Jin axdd'!r:.Qldv'lalona J'lr5. Herbert Ca.:-son Je.uicJane Jlariflt Wfnnifred. Sassnan JI:-.f.d'1.fA.Smitlx u!'lnAnJs.ffrs.Sniieru'Fzile Jfrst Bruce d1rs.Ps.mc -11118. 6:-owifovl Jh uriedCzrm V 'D CARLSON Sun-:oak 3 Ksr BQ S J sf gi S N S Miss PAULINE HARRIS TERCHEH X'.',' . Mas. BERT Nxweuson Pauucrvnn , x. H. exLuno ' TRUSTEE ffisfow , 0Am.scn Scnonr. Miss Mlf0HELL M165 EDNA SLAUGHTEH THE Euasr CARLSON SCHOOL wAs eu1Lf IN 1881, oNE-HALF MILE souru or THE Pnsssur LOCATION. Miss MITCHELL was ONE or THE Fins? TEACHERS. IN 1900, Miss EDNA SLAuauTEn vxueui THE scnooL. THE PRESENT SCHOOL wAs BUILT IN 1907. 4. I IUDHQGSIYQEIRQI . . W neu. E.AGar1s0n PRINCIPAL Mrs. J. C. Holcomb TEACHER TRUSTEES Eric Molmquist G. A. Flink 1 T. E. I-hvenson it i,,, ' ' ' - i F .T-1 ? 4 1 x X 1!ZMVlIl NSW -vm- .III ATHIETIC cms urn to Right Charles Horne Luther Nygren A. K. Nelson, Jr. J. C. Smith John Howard Swanson George Hawse Rubert Cedar Clarence Malmquist Bsrthil Flink Oscar Paul Raymond Nalmquiet Wilford Csdar Gilbdrt Anderson CHORIL CIUB Top Row - Left to Right Jewel Tumlinson. ' Rubert Cedar Dorothy May Swensrm Francis Lialmquist Cecil Daugherty Bury Louise Slmnsofn Gilbert Anderson Waodrow Anderson Amaryllis Bergstrom Amnett Cedex' . Finfred Anderson Flame Knhuquist Kattie Paul ...QW ,..-Q ., 4-H cum Taft to xugmg Berthil Flink John Hnvard Srenson 'Gilford Cedar Im:-her Rygren Oscar Paul A. K. Nelson, Jr. Rubewm Cedex-L Below Join Brianna ,J 5 s 5 i - N, . IITIIHIISVIVUIRW IN THE YEAR 1882 THE FIONEERS or THE DEGNEH GGNHUNITV BUILT A ous- nomu sexual House, Ann NAKED IT DEOKER SOHOGL ron THE HAIE or THE Tlo GTR:- Aus WHICH FLow NEARBY. THE FIRST TRUSTEES WERE! F.G. SNENSGN, JOHN LUN- DELL, AND AUGUST SPOHBERGQ Miss MARY PETERS IAE THE rlnst TEAONER or THE SCHOOL. .,-l. ATHE ENROLLMENT RAPTDLY INCREASED AND IT IS SAID THAT IN A FEI YEARS THERE WERE S0 HART FUPILB THAT ONE LITTLE BOY STARTED SCHOOL AND ATTENDED FDR THREE DAYS BEFORE THE TEACHER NOTICED HTH. AT THIS TIME THE FUPILS HERE NOT CLASSIFIED ACCORDING TO GRADES BUT RATHER ACCORDING TO THE READER HE UAS ABLE T0 READ. PROGRAMS WERE PRESENTED AT THE SCHOOL ON FRIDAY AFTER- NODNS WHEN THE PUPILS WERE GALLED DN FOR lFEEGHESs IT WAS SOON NECESSARY TO ENLARGE THE CLASSROOM BEOAUSE GF THE INCREAS- ED ENROLLMENT. DURING THE FIRST YEARS OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, CHANGES TOOK FLAOE IN OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM. THE LITTLE SOHOGL GN THE HILL WAS ALSO EFFEOTED BY THESE OHANGES. HDDERN EQUIPMENT SUPFLANTED THE OLD, AND OONDITIDNS GENER- ALLY IMPROVED: ONE MORNING, IN THE SPRING or 1907, THE CHILDREN EXPEGIENGED THAT FEEL- ING or NINGLED Juv AND sonnow NHEN, ON THEIR HAY TO SONOOL, THEY DISOOVERED THAT THE OLD SCHOOL HOUSE HAD BEEN GLAINED BY FLANEG FROM AN UNNNGNN sounoE. THIS MEANT THE UNEXPEOTED BEGINNING OF THE suuusn VACATION' DURING THE FGL- LOVING suuuan, THE PRESENT SCHOOL BUILDING 'As EREOTED- Mjss MARGARITE CAHLSGN, Now MHS. H, M. MUNGER or DALLAS, AND Miss HULDA LINGGREEN, NDI Has. Jos SNAHN or ELGIN, WERE THE FIRST TD TEACH IN THE NEN SOHOOLo DURING THE-PEHIGD 1910-1920 AN ACRE or GROUND WAS PURCHASED ADJGINING THE ORIGINAL ONE-HALF ACRE. THE BUILDING NAS REMODLED AND NEw EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING AN ORGAN, WAS ADDED. DURING THE WAR TIME PERIOD, A LOCAL RED Cnoss ORGANIZATION IAS Fnnuzn, AND A SAVINGS STAHPS OAMPAIGN WAS SUOOESSFU- LLY GAHHIEG ON AMONG THE CHILDREN. SEVERAL EX-FUPILS on THE scHoGL SERVED IN THE ARMY, some or THEN IN FHANcE. IN 1923 A THIRD noon WAS BUILT AND A THIRD TEACHER wAs EMPLOVEDH THE scHooL wAs CLASSIFIED AS A STANDARD 'A' ScHouL IN 1928. DUHING THIS YEAR7 THE PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION WAS ORGANIZED, Ann ITS FIRST PRESIDENT wAs Mas. Ga oo cEDARn THE SCHOOL HAS TAKEN AN AcTIVE PART IN INTERSCHOLASTIO LEAGUE ACTIVI- TIEs. OUT-STANDING ACHIEVEMENTS INCLUDE! THE WINNING or ELEVEN FIRST PLA- ces IN COUNTY EVENTS nunING THE YEAR 19325 DURING THE SANE YEAR, MARGURITE SwENsoN WON IN THE STATE FINAL SENIOR GIHLs DEOLAHATIOHQ THE SOHOOL won COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP ron TWO coNsEcuTIVE YEARSQ THE lovs PLAYGROUND BALL TEAM won rInsT PLACE FOR FIVE OONSEGUTIVE YEARS' THE SEVENTH GRADE PUPILS OF 193h.WON THE COUNTY BANNER FOR THE HIGHEST GRADE AVERAGE, AND HAZEL EKDAHL WON FIRST PLACE FOR THE HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL GRADE AVERAGE FOR GIRLS: THE BOYS OF THE SCHOOL NAINTAIN AN ACTIVE HHH CLUB, AND THEIR WORK IS OUT-STANDING. THE PARENT TEACHERS ASSOOIATIDN IS VERY ACTIVE, HEETING AT THE SCHOOL ONCE EVERY SIX WEEKS DURING EVENING. THE MEETING I8 SUPPLEHENTED BY A FRG- GRAH PRESENTED DY THE FUPILS OF THE SCHOOL AND TAKES THE FORK GF A OOMHUNITY ENTERTAINMENT. THE PRESENT PRESIDENT IS MRS. To Eu SWENSDNu THE MOST REOENTLY FORHED ORGANIZATION I8 THE CEHTENNIAL ULUlo THE ORGANIZATION OONSISTS OF PUPILS OF THE UPPER GRADES WHOSE CHIEF OldEOTIVEg IN THIS'ULUB, IS ONE-HUNDRED PER CENT ATTENDANCE AT THE CENTENNIAL IN-DALLAS 3 I I ...li rg Qfveek School 5 w 1: 21 WAN'-N flffigfaf? i .fy ie - 1 '55XV .iv 1 Aygfgjgip i K?, 4 grfgwgy ' , ' 'RH I 5 --x?fi?fy,f Q ' Sfgyw ,y+xwg- un as WALTER REINHARDT H. C- FMLLER ' musrse . musrae 1 -.x-, .,.. L ' 4 KT . K Q , 'L,L. Q K . L Miss WILLIE Lows - Mlas HAZEL SASSMAN Miss MAHQARET EZELL PRINCIPAL V TEACHER TEACHER . 4 2. H - , 11. . N h Ax,X 7 Yi Efllfisf -., K . 53. ffl: - xg J, . ' Qwgfiggiiwk sk is? f X lfffgflifif Wat 10.55Q5 Wilbum Heine - 9th Grade bbbh Hildegard Miller - Sth Grade 1 Walter Ross - Sth Grade Dorothy Smith - 7th Grade Plfrnda Reinhardt - 7th Grade Ross Reinhardt - 'Yth Grads Tllsie Eine Heine - 7th Grade Clarence Reinhardt - Sth Grade ' Alma Heine - Sth Grade 63170 11.515 2 i. RHYTHM BAND 1sT Row: BILLY Ross Doaoruv MAE MURGHlS0b ERVIN REINMARUT CLODIE NELL REEvEs CHESTER REINHARDI ELVIN PALMER Znn Row: Bao Row: JESSIE BOATRIGHT DDROTHY REINHARDT FLORENCE MILLER LUCILE REINHARDT VERNILE REINHARDT JULIA MAE Ross Lois MURCHISON MIKE POFIRIO JIM CASNER Doacrnv SMITH VERUIE BQAIRIGH1 NQLAN HURCHISQN Rov NILLBR 181 Row: 3aoXRsw: BILLY Ross ERVI N REI NHARDT ' 2No Row: ' dEssIE BQATHIGHT DGRUTHY RKTNHAHDT FLuaEHoe MILLER K LUCILE REINHARDT, CHESTER REINHAHD JIM CASNER MIKE FOHFIRIO NeLAN HURCHISSN VERDIE BOATEIGET ELVIN PALMER ' DIRECTLR' T BASEBALL TEAM Donoruv MAE HURCHISON JULIA UAE Ross CLonIE NELL REEVES VERNILE REINHARDT 1sr Rus: 5lLLY Ross ELVIN PALMER 2Np Row: ,Qzgi NQLAN MQHQHISQNI GHESIEH REINHLRDT JRR CAsnEn I 3Hn Rqnz MlKK'P0RF1HQD1 L. E Ra! MILLER Q LA. ' AOLAWENUE RELNBA30I..V ,IfLW3L?U3N Hifnsffl L-' School 4Q,i'f'L , ., ,A b 4 V.m . Q'?,.w.f 55 5 b ,gil a E PT f I P. T- A. THE CLUBS HAVE AIOED THE SCHOOL IN ITS MANY ACHIEVEMENTS THE LAST UECADE. THE WOMEN WITH ONE TREASURE, ONE AIM, T0 SERVE, HAVE PLACED A SINK AND RUNNING WATER IN THE SCHOOL BUILDINGQ AN OIL STOVE WITH A CLOSED BOILER PROVIDES HOT LUNCH, EQUIP' RENT AND NECESSITIES FOR SERVING REFRESHMENTS FOR MONEY MAKING PROJECTS. A FIRST AID KIT, PAPER TOWELS, SCREENED-LUNCH SHELVES, AND HEALTH SCALES ADD HEALTH, EFFICIENCY, AND SANITATION. WALKS ANG FENCES HAVE BEEN BUILTQ PLAYGROUND APPARATUS INSTALLEDQ APPROPRIATE PICTURES HAVE BEEN FRANEDQ RHYTHM BAND INSTRUMENTS PURCHASED, AND A HECTOGRAPH HAS BEEN ADDED. THE WOMEN HAVE SPONSORED TRIPS T0 A. E M. VDLLEGE FOR BOYS, GIRLS, AND'WOMEN. ULD FASHIQNED QUILTING8, ARMISTICE FLOATS, BABY CLOTHES TO PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE, HAVE BEEN ENTHUSIASTIC PROJECTS. THEY HAVE ENTERTAINED COUNTY GROUPS FOR INSPIRATIGN, VISITED THE SICK, SENT FLOW- ERS, AND HAVE GIVEN SHOWERS TO FRIENDS, TEACHERS, AND BRIDES. I THE 7TH GRADE EXAMINATIQNS HAVE BEEN HELD AT FISKVILLE FOR A NUMBER GF YEARS WHERE P. T. A. HAVE SERVED LUNCH T0 CHILDREN AT NCMINAL PRICES. FRUIT AND CANDY HAVE BEEN GIVEN AT CHRISTMAS TIME FOR ALL THE CHILDREN, AND VISITORS CHAIRS WERE BOUGHT T0 MEET PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR RURAL SCHOOL STANDARDIZATION WHICH HAS BEEN ATTAINED FOR THE PAST NINE QR TEN YEARS. THE SCHOOL YARD, WITH ITS ATTRAOTIVE PLANTINGS, V. T. A. EFFORTS. IHOSE IN VICTURE HRS. W. a. JLICK HAS WON PRIZES BECAUSE OF THE PRESENT MEMBERSHIP RRS. C. H. LAWRENCE was G. C. SEEN uns. H. D. Pznxnus vas JASPER ELLIOTT Mas. C. PLUGEH TRS C. D. HARVEY, Seo.-Tnezs. Mns. WALTER !xNsoN Mas E0 Heaven Mas. W. F. Roeznsou NRS Huao.HoRNaeaaan Mas. S. J. SPEIR' - Mas N. 8. JENKS Mas. Sim swarm mas W. P. JAQQBS Mas. H. E. Srnomquysr URS Y. W. Jenks Mas. JAKE HAYWORTH Mas J. L. KERSEY, vice-Pass. Mas. W. E. COLLINS MRS. EDITH Lnwnzues Qvwiaxmsmegns Mas. A. B. DEEN, was. J. A. EATON! mas. Wu. GROUSKOFF, mas. RQBEHT KRAMER, PRES., MRS. A- NEANS. MRS. F. B. PARSQNS, Mas. EDQAR Vow Rosauazao, MRS. D. D. TISDALE, MRS. DICK TISDALE, Mas. LONNIE Nos, MISS LILLIE SANDERS. I W . W i qx mg W S ! 'QQ K r . FnANcEs HEATH LUTHER Fox DAVID LEE Jonusen Emuzvr SANseN Gus HAYWQBTH Qonn PINSQN Bon HIOKS' LAVERNS KULLEHBERG PRIMARY Roan FLOYD NOAGH Hansen? Hoanssnazs m JACK DAVIS Hessen? S1uusRMAN THOMAS MILTON ELLIQTT MARY BELL HARVEY - EDWARD M1LLER Q Donoruv LEE KULLENBERT CARROLL GENE Pfhvalhbnnnruv Pnnxjus .A ANAZIL HILTDN Ls: LXLLJE MAE CDLLJN8 Annie BELL CLAYTQN WAYNE Pinson PETE ESFINDSAS J. B. GDDDMAN NOT in THE Picruns YounuELL MtLLEH NQNNIE B. OLAYIQN CARL MALIGOAT Lewis Kina Taos LozAun .'f3ENELYN Sings g'ANELTA MAL1caAT Earp LOZAN0-A A ' -RAY GLAYTQN -A MARIE ESPINQSA W. L. QDODNRN BILLY Tunnan TNUMAN RAY JEPFVKEHSEY un. A ggnov SPEJQQLHAUER dy Ra HIOKS A h A I , ' - YK . , Ak .-.q x Q4 5.5. f Fnowr Row: G. R. Szoonn Row: ILLA ELSYE FAY Tvanzn, Tklnn Res: JANE? CLfK, CHARLES COLLINS, GERALD 3138, GORDON HEAfH, HAYWDBTH, J- La LEE, GUSSIE GROSSKOPF, MARK STREIGLER, FnAucss Fsnxins. - Cumby, PEGGY Lou Tunlsn, RACHEL EVELYN Honnesnesa, KATHEBXHE KuLLsnszna4 1 Fovnvu Row: yLuzTTA Sins, MARIE LOULSEfQR088K9PF, Ouunv, MILDRED PERKINS, BABLYN HEKTHQ FIFTH Rows Rosen RAY. wossgzi, Vxnaznr Noxck, Guzsren ABSENT1 BEYTY OPAL OGRE, AGNES MARIE KRAMER, JOE DOROTHY GUODHANQ PFLUGER, onu.1s E1.n.1orr, 1BLlLDELL messing, mnumzr Sxus, EnwAnp LuzAwo,.DoLe LOZANO, KATHERINE CLAYTON, Bo-rs 43 Cn.ue, AGlll..SQZvfvACLU,5 ar' Q 1 ' ,Al , Q if Guns PM-rGuauu'o BALL.. AS1'l!NAL,LE,5 QHYTHM BAYO V1 , Q CLQU5 QXMKM .xx E13 2 ' 3' ' 9- ,rim Qgwwsvqt gm, ,. KW mxigw W az gk' xv in N' +1 X we I 0. . - Q W 1 -- I g:ff:1l'1f"zm M w iw'-.3-Q' .' ' f w'-P 21 wg... J- 1 ' '-. Y l 4 My 4 n va Glcwses . 1 2 . 1 ! 1 ..,. 1ST RG! ' Liwaeuceiwfgus inane GAGEf 7TH,GRADE. Q TRAVIS REID 7TH GRADE KATHERINE Jonsson 1 7TH GRADE h Duane RooAs . 7TH GRADE K DOROTHY MILLS 7TH GaAs: Auausv M!LLSg 7TH GRABE R5QJ1f. ,, ,. ,vw . R+ 'U' .4 L. , , . w99WWw?3i ' M' aJ22?lS3wQw - +1 Q A Q : 1 Q ZND Row WJLMA NELL HELQE' CURTIS Sguvasvza' .ELJZABETH ANN ROBAS! WQLLAOEfBANMl 'TROIKSJSYLVEBTER Qnrsrxhfuuesz ,,,fh,. .ffaggixsfeganson gyf' LUPEFCQRREAA vfMif V, EuwsQ5.Rssn K, hx Antonio GONZALESV . Aafosim DELBQQQjf A AQnnen GQN2AQES,- QED Row dfSU8gGONLALES MARfA,Q6NZALES Qla1AnQ'Lbgsz DAMKSCOXLOFEZ KAYNs GOGL PEbao Psaxz dunnz Paar: ggu Row, sonata! donusnn, EDNA MARIE ROBAQ Eignvu Bvnvisrfm wggygn Reno WQ Eagncss M1LLs 1 LUYHEBVRAMB og Q4 GAG: MI XEf1LBgALL'L. TE rm m 2 5 W.. - 'R1.Avarmum: BALL -2 Qisiovy N I HT3TURY'DF'GREGG SCHOOL N Gaza: SGNO0L'lB LOCATED ABOUT 1wsLvz A IILES noNTH:Asr or Ausrln azrwszu PFLN- QENVILLE AID MANOR Ol YH: CIHERON RoAn. THE.5AlFUl ts LABOR Ann SLOFIKG, NAKINQ Al EXCELLENT QETIING Fon THE lHlTE,BLUE- vnlluln TNREEQRBQH IUILDIIG, NNIBN B118 rIe'run:aqusL1 An'AlNs'r THE sxv. ONE Aqua br LAND Ill noNAtsn av TN: LATE WiLL!!! S1lL:s lN 1870. TNE Fins! BDRODL NAB THE GILLAID CREEK-AGADEIY- TN: aunmtne us nr noon, ann Anculreor Ann BUILDER. TH: aoNooL WAI OPENED IN 1871, Ann IAS TAUGNT sv A Mn. Dzw. IT WAS Nor A npavnlct 8CHODL,BUT.A COMMUNITY BOHOGL, Ann vu: FUPILB wsnz oNAnazn TUlTl0l.TNE rlnar SDHODL BoAnn nsuazna wen: WQLLIAI an RXK mama BDYOEywl.LLlAl HILL,CAMELL HlLL,LEE G!!-ES, WILLIAI ST1LEs,ANn AARON Bovoz. HR. DEWIBOAHDED KITH uns. KATE BOYOE,A ras- SENT MEMBQR or run couuunlrv. MANY PNPJLS Fnou - N3LL1AlsoN Counrv cANE TU ATTEND THE ACADEMY- Mn. Daw NAnnxen IN 1872,ANn rn: Scnoon BOARD BUILT A FOURQRBOR ooTTAaa qusr IN Fnonr or THE IUHOULHBUSE Fon MIN AND NIS WIFE- HE REMAINED THERE'FR0l 1872 UNTIL 1882. TN: szconn TEACHER nAs Misa HATTIE HAnnv, wno LATER IARRIED A Mn. GAIN ANo BEHAINED THERE Aa vu: TEACHER rnen 1882 UNTIL 1896. AFTER YNAT TIME Mas. CAIN MADE Nan Nous IN MANOR. Anouf 1888. MR. WQLLIAN ensue oreuzo A stuns ANn rosr DFFlGE,UALLEB GREGG,AND tus scHooL toon ASIUIED THE TITLE or Gnsaa SGHDDLQ MH. SRfRLEY Gn:aa,M1ss MARTHA GREGG,AND Miss Bnowu Gains STILL orEnArE THE stone AND LIVE lN,THE qouuunlrv. The wALLs or THE ULD noox sulLn- fNa usa: NEVER PLABTERED5 THE BENCHE5 wana LONG IND nousng THERE vans No nnsxs. IN 1910 TN: oLn noon BUQLDIHG lAs ronu DDWIQ Ann TN: rnsssnr FRAHE suxLnlNa wAs znscrzo at WESTLEY GUBTAFBORQ Mtrnonls1a,0HRLs1lANa,Aun Swsnlsn LuTNEnANl HELD SUNDAY SERVICE IN TNE SOHOULHDUSEQ In 1900 Mn. 5 Ins. 'lLLlAl STILEK TN: GILLANU GREEN Anmusnv IEDAME xnoun AS Tun Roux CHURCH. '!LLlll E. GREGG , wALLlAg Bgygg and A xg ,mg el 2qs.Y+E'ig e+ K .: K- gggg.g:,.k , 'glsfiii ' ,J 3 , - . - I 3 " AXEL EKLUND HARRY Linn CARL UEAHQLM TRUvTEE TRUbTEC ' - ' TRUSTEE - X kv . QR 1 Q7 i I as Hass Asrnnn CARLsoN Has, VERNQN HARRISDN TSAYHER PRINCIPAL Eisfovg Lulu I8 slTuAIEB in THE ElBTERN'O0RNER sr TnAvls COUNTY' IT rs in IN: FINEST AGRICULTURAL IEBTIOII or ins BTATE or TEXAI, HAvlNn THE lLAox IAXY PRAIRIE aolL TMAY is AEIOBT INIURPASSABLE ANYWHERE'1l nlounzsa AID YERTILITY. THE rtnar acnouL wAs BUILT IN THE FALL or 189k AND UAS BALLED FLEAsANT HILL. THE BUILDDNG 'Ae TWENTY-FIVE sv rnpnfv-Frvz rnsr Ann HAD WINDQIB on Barn SIDES. THE FIRST soHonL Tenn nEaAl JINUARY 1, 1895 AND LASTEB THREE uonrna. THE TEACHER WAS Mjss LlLLlAn GooLasv rnol Tzuuzlssi. TN: DRiNK1NB WATER IAS CARRIED IN A sucx:1 rnou THE Jann FDRSDAHL nous, new ownsu BY CARL LAnsoN AND THE BOHOOL nova nAn TU our Tue noon uazn ron YUlLn ONLY Annu! ho! nr In: SURROUNDINB LAND IAS 1N.BULTlVATl0N. Tut roLLolluc ruPlLs ATTENDED This QOHODLI ALBERT AND AXEL WELANDER, OLOA S:AuoLl, QHRISTINE Agn ANNA Engine, BESSIE AND AQUILINE Ptrznson, HERIAN Gozrz, FAUKIER Ann RIOHABD EJBEN, ANNIE, NILB, AND ELBA JQHNSDN, Gus SsAHnLu, CARL Ann Fnsn Lunnnnsl. THE xAl: sr run sonooL uAs CHANGED T0 Luna in 1899. LUID SCHOOL, THE rain: or rnz comuunlrv, IS now A lonznx, UPQTOHDATE, Twa- Rcom soHooL BULLDINB, LOCATED on A aaAvEL NDAD. l . 4 D -1 Ju -memory ' Cdilat' IH. gkcllialg A Giugiee U34-55 Q35 by ramzmherauce 1110.1 the claws! u, Second, life can live." La5Sz, EV , FRANKLIN LARSON FLORENCE LARSON WELDON FEEWQLHST 7TH GRADE 71H GRADE Yru GRADE HAZEL LAHSQN Ronawn KYLBERQ 7TH GRADE 7TH Sagas - Anrnua Tnnmsson TH GRADE BLDNEYKLUNSGREN TTB GRADE 5fCf'LD ol lifz f 5 ff f MN N 1 ,, . - - ., ...R , ,Q .- si my -v 3 t-it ' J kg' '. ,','f'trckkl kk gk HQ I 3: Nh A . imlvro .-nl EDGAR VGELKER TRUSTEE ARTHUR SUENSON MARTIN LUNDGREN TRUSTEE 1 TRUSTEE 5Msn Mf 4'!'b?f MNMVV i?5??45 'I T' fm ' JEE3QSQ?f1dSi5QQ? Puifg- L 'Ha 1 r hfgfmis Q, f QF' ff " ,.. A FRis, Lf Q Q EEE Q 2ix,f 21 M ' is 4, Y 'E' 5 fu. f -4 N. - M V' f x f .1 m 1 muse uunlrn Bhgcn TEACHER MISS GLETAT DOBQIHS PaswcurAL , W5 isf 012.1 KIMBRO SCHOOL HISTORY THE NAuE KIMBRO wAs DERIVED Fnuu A MEXIUAN LAND nl- NER av THAT NAME- IT :As FIRST CALLED CDTTDRWODD ron ' I COTTONYODD 0nEEn. IT wAs SETTLED IR 1877 BY MR. WIL- I.IAII SUITI-I vnu Boumrr H3 Aenss OF LAND funn A NIR. SAMPSON ron 55.30 Psn ACRE. IT IB SAID Tnls LAND IAS PuncII'AsEu sv MR. SAIIFSON ron 60g PI-:R ACRE rnou A noo- TOR BlLLn ANDERSON LEFT, nEvEn TO nerunx, BEDAUSE or Nunznous RATTLESNAKESU THE FIRST scnooL wAs BUILT IN THE LATTER PART or THE NINETEENTH GENTURT. THE FIRST TnusTeEa IERE C.M. Moons, WILLIAM SMITH, Ann EKIL Luwnanzn. THE FIRST TEAcnEn 'As HISS MARY ALKQUIST, uno low LIVES IH Aus- TINA THE PRESENT BUILDING nAs Ensures IN 191L. A GENERAL STORE wAs orznsn IN 1900 uv A.F. SMITH Ann CARL SANDAHL, BUT IS new onnao nv WALTER LIND. A GARAGE FILLING sTATlou,oIn, AND A sTonE An: orEnATEn - I BY HENRY CNRISTENSBN. THE all IB onnsn BY T. A. Gun- Wu. SnITn - FIRST SETTLER ISTFNSEN ! FIRST HOME - MR. WM, SMITHHS FIRST SCHOOL OF KIMBRD x 1 13? W mix x XQ Q if 7.NX5? HX 'fagii . pngq JXAKNNQS X WX ,WSQ xl Six X X Q x M Y W - gwU,Qwiff fHSffge S1-LQL mfEG4Qwg iEr 1. 's'QaSS 25354 11 eg, ' 2' gfwznaia . . ' f' x+3iFM.?bE SSS-s - wfzyf s Ei7.?X- 'QfWQfJf Fig 51 S is 'sg uw' '- V N. fu , -- 5595? 4s,LfwJwA if 1, 2 ' 5,92 '35 25 - 15QES?FR fgi A Wvades . HELEN Luuocneu 2. CLAHENCE,KUEHNER 3. EMILY Mncnsn Lp. Lssua Lum: KATHER1 NE LAESON L.h h . , .h , 1 K Fa ou t.,Bpy4 :,.LEf'x1 r n,,Rguzu3r Vsgcoun Rom Tuma Row Tor Row NXRV!NMLUNDGHSN A KARLENE Cnnssrinsan Jimmie OLSEN LESLIE Onssn L, m uovce Swanson June Lzwn CLARENCE HACHN GARROLL Swenson L1Lv MAE MAcHN 1vY Sweurnc ARDIE SWENJNG GEnALhxNs,LARSon GLAYTQN MODEN 'PAuLiQgVLuNnaasu HARY Lynn CARL LUNDGHEN, UR VERNGNLKUEHNER MYRNONLSWENSGNL CB' 3 Klasse Cekxung1x GLui E T ru IQHTM DOLPH Honest: JUDITH Sanus DQRA Guarsttnssn MARTIN Luwvsniu Mas. MARTIN Lunncnzu Mas. Enunn voELKsn Mas. Anfnua Swenson Aarnun Swenson QOLETA Dosnins Mas. ADOLPH HUHERTZ If ki Ouaisyzsagn Mas. LBIHERlQUHDRREN. h Q,. MR. A Mas. W1LLis vuzLxan Bova PLAraaouno BALL Team, F b 1 R, air T6 R1auTXx 'Q1NMlE MSEH-2xx H fdwinv LfHR fj, , ' xCLAHENCE MAQHU CLArrnu Mnbzn . Mxnvln Lunnenan B an o EFI To is QESLIE fN9xy x Cgansncz Kuiunga CARL Luunaity, qs. GARL LUNDQREN5 Jn. yennon Kusnusn Mvnon Sususcn Krnano GIRLS Pxxiokounn -FBGQ! E0!iLEFI !0'BIGNT- IYYQSIENING 5 i' Knngain ms LA g3s pn , 2kLPTXMAEn3A?5Ngj E IL! NADH! 3Lf' Henan LuNDQnEN LGI? M0nENkAf ARDIE SWENING BALL BAND r 1, hy .,.. ..., .Mfg x ij .5 A K 1 Lxrvzc scHoo1. ' ' ' THE Fnowr PART vue BUILEING rs THE QRIGINAL cowsvaucres IN 1887. H. vi. Nunn lgnumuka . PRINCIPALK KQTEAGHER h TRUSTEE s C5 10.55135 i I 'N , ifgg g gi m Q -3f?Qf' K K -:.: M ' QQSQQQN: .,.. Qggfgiii 5555 Q. f SQEE A WWTEEFF WSQSSSE , ,. 5 X 2 L """ ' NX. Q N ' K s X -5 f? Q , W x E H 7 xi4. 5? 5f u f5'g5i 5 'Q ,sw f5 ik 5fQ il ifuifsii .F I WINNIFRED LOBKYIDOD LURENE Hf9B5 ELLEGE BEQINETT DQRDTHY JONES 7TH GRADE 7TH GRADE 7TH GRADE -'ITH GRADE kx DALE Ruta Seuvv lvx HIBBS 7vn Tvn Gnnos TTH Gmane AOR' . K Fnout Ron: ' :A Saconu Raw: ' THIRD Row: , CHABQESVLOGKWQOD 7 Ohsxsrsus auunx oecxn BeunE1r apr Jonas 5 f'1 Maman: KIRKMAN. f MARY BELL Scarf .Lsqjaunu 0alyg B6NE1E'QQKENZlE--f EnwAnn scawanz . m DQRNELL JEINESN L - JEIILL SGOTT L CLYDE MCKEHME' ,'+EQDlE Jn. Exssnnsqx ALMA SQDTI onsLL moxsuzge X - ifl EDITH Jones - ALLIE SQGTT ELSIE Lccrtvmob I i i O : 4 . School 1 rt' I I ,- , ' ' I 5. - bt K -I I. :I V TXZ x ff , 5: ,L ef I ' A .., I -.A A To . L Ef 1 ' , A 'I ' A ii? It ' v zsfovy an 4 -L. ?f' Lio. i A T? Qagi 3 , xi bf, 35 352 ,ww i ,.- 'ii LITTIG SCHOOL ABOUT Fuarvfnxns YEARS Aeo, A COMMUNITY WAS SlTUATED,0N WILBARGER CREEK, WHICH IS NOW IN SCHOOL oxsrascr No. 30. THE commuN- ITT AT THAT TIRE HAD No SGHODL NOR ouuncn. THEY wana vanv ANXIOUS T0 HAVE A BUDLDING THAT WOULD suave FDR BOTH PURPOSES so THE PROBLEM NAS SOLVED WHEN CAPTAIN J. W. BITTING GAVE AN Acne or LAND ADJOINING THE NAIRN FAHMQ THE r:orLs wno DONATED MONEY To suv THE LUMBER AND BuILo THE SCHOUL wen: Masses: T. F. NAIRN, W. M. MQKENZIE, DAN WILLIAMS, Tom FDWLER, M. SHERMAN, FaITz SCHWART2, CLAfBORNE Osaonn, ANU W. MARTIN. THE scuooL wAs BUILT IN THE FALL OF 1887 GONSISTING DF one LARGE noon Funnrsnan WITH sauna Home-MABE BENCHES AND nasxs. THE NEIBHBOFKHDOD WAS PRGUD DF IT FOR II WAS THHTP VERY own. 1 THE FIRST TRUSTEES wane MESSRS: T. F. NAIRN, DAN WILLIAMS, AND Ton FOWLEB. MR. P. A. HAWTHQRNE WAS THE FIRST TEACHZR. THE scNooL wAs A UNE-TEACHER SGHQOL UNTIL 1913. AN ADDITION WAS BUILT AT THIS TIME AND Noonan EQUIPMENT INSTALLEDQ THE SCHOOL WAS FIRST PUT on nsconb AS BIETING SCHOOL No. 1, Bur wAs LATER azconoso Q' 4' T vs. I AS 'LITTIG WHITE SCHOOL No. 1. 1, X '41 .-f I 2:5 TE K ' Kiss Louise -uk TBAGNR L f Kiss Jenni Philli A IHGIPAL Qisfozjy The community of llaha is in the Southeast comer of Travis County, near the Bastrop and Caldwell county lines. The nearest approach of white 'people to-llaha was nada by the Spaniards many years ago, for a few miles' to the East runs the Old Spanish Road which was once the main thorough fare betleen Ban Antonio and Houston, and much used during the Texas Revolution. lhen the first settlers cane here more than fifty years ago, they saw possibilities of a rich farming country, then covered with meaqulte trees and mesqulfe graasa ' These people, either for lack ot a better name or through an unflinching sense of humor, called their settle- ment the 'Poor ?arm"3 but it gradually came to be known aa llaha 'because of Maha Creek, which flows through lt. In the early-part of the nineties the first schoolhouse was-built. It Iac a small bulld- lng 56:29 feet,.of crude lumber withthe hea-ry wooden shutters, and windows cr doors on all sides. The sto-ve stood in the center of the room. ' In 1908 a modern building was -erected. It was described in the 'hams School Journal ot 1909, as being, one of the very best county one-room schoolhouse inthe United 8tates......... well hullt, hyglenlcally lighted, mates and Ventilated. nr. n. Uv one, then e tryetem de- serves a great deal of credit for- the interest amd:-cttoiff he put forth ln the erection of this building. Other early settlers who' deserve hornorable mention are ltr. Young, who donated the first land for the white school, and llr. Oatmsn, who set aside a part of his property for lexlcan and Negro schools. In 1914, Maha School was honored with a prlse of 0100 through a county-wide contest for beautification and sanitation of school grounds. le honor the efforts of the teacher and pupils who were able to show their appreciation of the Haha we love. lost of the present residents of Maha have memories of school days in this bulldlng. The teachers of lhha, nen and women, have left their influence on the hearts and minds of the people, as well as in nore tangible evidence such as the piano, the old vlctrola, pictures, books, planting of trees, and costumes used in plays. The P. T. A. of Maha has also glvenuloyal support and effort in keeping up the standards of the school, as have muy boards of trustees. - But standards and needs of a ccamunity change, and laha decided that a new school was needed, so in the sumer of 1955, an optomfstlc 'move was made in tearing down the totally inadequate lexicon school and moving the white school over to tahe its place. The new bulld- ing will be a modern two-teacher sohoolfwlth the latest in lighting, heating, ondwentllationg a lunch room and adequate entertainment facilities. Nor, because of delay in getting funds, the children of lhha, for the first tline, are V going to school in an old residence, under two teachers. The spirit of our pioneers preiails and we carry onwith the vision of a new building soon to be realised for future classes md graduates. 1 ' o "f '-Wife g X- E, 'f,XJp17r+'--',,1t ' , .ii , . ,f 10" X-P1T'x Tvs- X' N' "-1-f-HM.. T A n 11 oi'-if 'A 'l this 'r'f,2?g,fS K 3.3 is-Q QW NQ. I X Q-R . 'N S . . . ql - - if 'f K ' . e , . p p g 4, L e , .W soil' Q , ?! Q ': . , 3.9 ' k -ja X Www f Luo11. nube i an Grade Q das lalber Dub' Bth Grade 'sawn Ruth Young N ,M 1.1: nw nm: to ni he ure von Quintana, Jra ht Gnde ' , . S - I Louis von Quintul, Jra C ,L b H 5 E an lit ar-an - Q bi' 1' 'Q' X Hmmm Lure von Quintul !. in Mia 1, ne ana- gf' fi -,:g:.s'- 2 ,, W 'Q ' ana new ure to msg ' if , V , H L, Eufzfstaton lui. Grad' 1 O fp we ana. ara ral h i "" val I ,r A. g , QL Holger von Quhxtua h Staten " '1 ' . nn una. ara ana. 3:L,15i'Q?e1iH 'lbz I Weldon Dabs Ba:-bert Dnld 2 ., ' " 1 :fS'f?iQ,if fi Srd Grads 51-d Grade 'I 3 A . A 'f , ., 5:35 Robert num 1111115 satan 11-fiiif? .2-f'.,,g. fgi- f , ' f 2: i- 5? "" W' 4th Gndo 3rd Grade , . -Q. , - V Y N K-"Ti Jolumlh Inger Sth Grid! Ernst Dube 5171! Grldb Helen Dubo Sth Grade 31:11 wn Qulntuu stu ana, Killnr vim Quintus 5th Grad! M'mu -Nqr. Wm 11195 MUSIC CLUB HQLQER von QUINTUS VELMA Rurn STATQN LucrLLE Dua: HELEN Dues Mass Louisa Klan ELSIE von Qunnrus MRS VRS HRS "RS HRS "1 S PM S NRS Q:H CLUB KALYER DUBE, Pass. 'dcnnxv KaAsaa, SEQ. Hlnuan von Qunsrvs, TREAS. Enmssr Dues, REPQHTER ',,, HOME DEUONSTRATI N CLUB . EDITH TAYLOR . WYLIE Halma, SEC'Y.-TREAS. . GUS ISRAEL-PRESIDENT . CECIL HEINIE, Rswnarsn . FRED TETENS s UEULAH SASSMAN, Foou DENONSTRATOR S THELMA CASEY, COUNTY AGENT . J. P. BLAcxLocK, osunoow DEMONSTHATQR r Y , Saba GL life A57 , S-Q is Irs. Roger Burleson ' L. M. Helicon - . I un. anna Pm-1 ' 1 Floyd ffpedicoiiou VD HI nanlaxrx 1u1a'nso11nn rn ann rouunza, cAr1xfn'n:nnLLL4'una axis re Txxga llh1B2I, Alu savnngxansn rn: PRIIEIT nzrvL:nsu1 or Ms ILL- REIT T0 Till RUBIUEIQ :sn Ano nnnv rALss Ana TOLD br nrt DAR!!! Ain nAnnow Escnrsl. HK NAv A cron: sushi Tun ITAGK srorrzn on its nonri 1nnoutndTBXAs. Hz lAa.ulz 5T'T!XA8 ElRLlElT FUlTlg8TERl. HI Allltrshjlx LQYINI nrt UDIBREIQ KXINKE 1n,Au8r1l, AID engul- gzsn Alu :Aa GAFTAIl.lF.A nonrAnv or TEXAI RAI- ' HERB ll 0710.55 of 1909 Turn., AT THAT tilt Turns IA! not ARBTXEI unfini- cArrA5n HIRIILL UAS A no1:n.lublAn r1nnQ 12055 x 141 f A A' Fmsr sow - may Muacausou, EVELYN km Sioomn iaow - L k 7 Dongs Aacnsn. 1 -- Ruthie Msacen, Gnncs Mun- cntson, Fgonence Cox, FHAN BESxMONEESE,.MARY.FRlNGES WARREN. . K v .x .K I A .gr -' , . A. . FIRST ROWV- HENBY'WARREN, Cnsavsauoansou, Enom Jonusong R1 GQ WZ Cox, JAGK MURCHISON, HARVEY QACDBSQN.x Q ,mm SECOND ROW GEORGE SELLSTRAM, GILBERT MGNEESE, LEROY SESSLER Leno? ARQHEH, WFLLQAM Cox, WALLACE NELsoN, CHARLES ' Jxcossou. ' FRANQES McNeese, FLQRENOE-QDX,fGBkCE Muna!-1usQN, Row-gn: Mendsa, Even.YN Cox, MARYQFRANOQES WABREIL- v , I R Q 2- 'F-:Tf?S"", f ' n.i rg-4-I A 1 4 N Lsfory In Blsdln, formrly hxolpx at !'!n1ghti Hugh' is located abdut num: mile! north of lllblfo It na not until the BCI Banda hxthsrm Church ns inoomqntsd that .iirdlps -bq be culled In Malin I ru, in-me enum. no :mae in um uomuai-by urn Bun Johnlflqoklgni, Qlrl Iqehmtn, A. F. hdarson, Af Ji Anderson, Johan lull, Chun 11911, C. ll. lygrbn, GA- P. P0tO1'lUl,' Girl lone am md Hel: Olson. They nttlpd in the our nxmity bet-nan tba yeah '1875-n1880.' nm 'fix-at cotton gin in the aqlmgsnity-In built' in the yin- 1882. It nl ham as the 'Index-aan gin", I Port 011100 In dgtablished 'in 18869 It 1-:mind M11 moo 1 noi. Anal Samhain. thy firit poshnitof and Julius Beahoilm jbhq th-at mil eu-riurr Tho In Bisdin tolepbpnh ex? blgnp ing, built later- This exchange iq still in service. The first- lqhool In hold 'ln tha hath- qggn Omagh 'ith Glgux' Bqrgstrm as manor. Iptorva my-rom school was built' -T1u'presen'b snhpol b'-tldlng ni' 'built 'in 1916. l V N 5115 K,,,,, pull pl! A ,-,NK .. HJ- -'4'1-viw lst Rom ' A G:-and Rust Milford onon Q no:-ozny smmbm-5 Waldine Rust Phillis Olson Stanley Berkman' - Janis Bell Glenn 5 Mary Frances Engbloom Hajorie Sendchl Glerioe Berggren f Jelnette Haag A ' . lst Row I ss Hrs. Q G P.1f.A. , V . McLaughlin Glaon cn A. Scott HQ11'nb6rg L. Berkman X Fdsifin Berggrenx Bolmhsrs w X . Jos SASSNANU, E. 0. KEIKE Mnsg JSxP-.KEITH' gli Fgistory THE Fxasr SCHOOL AT CoLTou SUBSEQUENTLY P1Lor Kuna uns ESTAIH LISHED IN 1892. rr wAs SITUATED Aaour ous Ann onsnrounfl u1LEs sourn or THE PRESENT souoon. rr BDASTED AN ENRQLLMENT or som: FIFTEEN on rwzurv PUPILS UNDER THE euxnluoz or Mna. MoKuEN, THE FIRST TEACHER. PILUT KNOB WAS S0 NAMED FROM THREE HILLS THAT ARE IN THE OOMQ UUNITY. HUGE ROGKS ON THE GROUND INDICATE THAT THESE HILLS WERE ONCE AOTTNG VOLOANOS. THEY ARE HOST BEAUTIFUL IN THE SPRING WHEN THEY ARE COVERED WITH BLUEBONNETS, THE STATE FLOWER. THE FIRST SETTLERS wHo cAME T0 PILOT Knos WERE DONALD MQKEN- ZIE AND UAMINE McKENz1E. THEY WERE OF SCOTTISH DEscENT AND SETTLED HERE IN 1866. OTHER oLn SETTLERS wno CANE IN 1880, ARE Mn. a Mas. Fnau Snssunn. PiLoT KNOB wAs FIRST NAMED CoTToN, sEcAusE OF THE LARGE COTH TON CROPS RAISED IN THIS SECTION, BUT TT WAS LATER CHANGED T0 COLTON, WHEN A POSTOFFICE WAS ESTABLISHED. ilof Ends School of ISSZ.. -f-E-qw-1'-2-W-w E" . . V.. ,, 4. FlLOT.KNOB WILHOY KElKE MILDREQ aAssmAN 8TH GRAD: 3TH GRADE EDNA Btnson Enwln uWALD 8TH GRADE BTH GRADE Jos Snssmaw Loss KIEKE BTH Genus Bra exams Tues sugfu 4 m ALvunQQSunen '7vH GHAnE ', 7TH Gamma I ' 4 1ST Row: HDFPEN8 JUNIQH HOPPENS. . 2No R : G ow s KI ILBEBT ROUNTREE, Ftnsr ROWZBA MARIETTAwQOWAN TH ELIIA SASSMAN- OORlS4FOSIER ELLY HoPPENs EDNA BENNER I Lois WILL l L. D. Tunmfa Jos Wmuzss - I MISS S-ENOELLA OLSQGN - fn Qeclicafiou Flon S1-lu rms DEDIOATI on DEDICATED TO THE HONOR AID GLORY OF A TRUE TEXAS PATRIOT IMOSE SPIRIT LTNGERS YET AMIDST THOSE WHOSE LIVES ARE A DEFI NITE PART OF OUR OOMMUNITY AND WHOSE AIM IS AB WAS THAT OF OUR HONORED FORBEARER TO UFHOLD THE TRADITION8 OF TEXAS LOYALTT AND PROGRESS. f 7' f 1 f 'X ' f f , . f f IV W memoamm I. , N ,, E ff , fff ff , I f ff X JOSIAH PUGH WILBHRGER gyfflusfinls Colon was sfabbed and .sca4Ded by fze Indidnsinldil While focafing land.: fur Me colonizy f,f Marking fhe .spoil where BORN IN BOURBON COMM 5epl.IQ 1901 jf DIED nv Bn.-smop co., rsxuapn 11,1845 H frue pfbneer and Puff-inf. f f We honor Me .spif-il of SQCFIWEE. 1 Heuerence and erecfed by ful: Deacendanfc. X 4 Q 1, ' ff! if-fi .. YYY? , ,lfhr ,,,,- , ,f nl .TR ,,-,..f I If f K Grades ELLIS WHEELESS x JENELLE Tuausn G. 7TH WADE TTH GRADE F 'l hxa, STH, a 6TH GRAUES 1ST Row png Row f Ban Row RE E - , DASEHE ?gggES Eaagene TAYLOR HELEN Donns TAYLQH FLonxNE WATTS M R ' .ECIL HOL A GARET HEATH V L5DAY THOMAS MARTIN KENNETH L VELY B'LL DAVIS ' JEwsLL WnEALEss Lou,E DE3AUEa 803515 ODELL IBENE JOHNSON CLSFFORC.TUBNER A. J. WALLACE MAUHIQS HEATH K , isr, 1sT Row d. T. WATTS MARJOBUE AHBUCKLE ALIQE RuTH HEATH Bsuaom TAYLOR 2No. Q mac Gnanss J 2Nn Raw ' Domus Satoass KRUBY HOLIUAY NATALIE TQRRES Ruoon MARTIN LAVEQNE douusou LUIS WHELESS f ? SRD Rnw , LEALON RAY MARTRN DrcK!E DAVIS EARNESTKHERNANDEZ ALTON doves MARIE Lnaav WHELESS Tunusn GEBAUEH iDDELL af in G M i 3 4- W .f Q 5 0?Iubs W' ' 1 ARHYIHM BANn 1sT Row ZND Row 38D Row T. T. WATTS Dongs SEIDERS EARNEST RENDON ALscE RUTH HEATH LAvEnNa Joawsuu Dxcxra DAvss LARRY ODELL Jpvce Tuanza Dow LtvELY Mnnaoara AHBUGKLE NATALQE Tonass MAR1E GEaAuEB JUNIOR SwEAR!NaER Loss WHELESS ' Bauman TAYEOR 1 V wx 9-, '- A s ,ii K' E855 RHYTHM BANU m ist Row ZND ROWL BILL Davzs FLQRQNE WATvs MAuaxcE HEATH xnsna Jouusow KENNETH LQVELY MARGARET HEATH ELLIS WHELESS' JENNEFLLE TURNER Lou1,: GeBfA,uss M Miss QNYTA FIQQHEBQ- TEACHER-SEQf Hg T? C,,Wa PUH5LL Tausrzs fades Q?3f7 s?5EEQ ENNIE BDOTHE UAHES 0. MALONE DOROTHY NELL FIELDS 9TH-QnAos f my 7 Yrn GRADE Flnsr Row: , m r Faasr Row: Hanan EBERHARTQ EUITHAMAE 2' 4A DAN1EL SQHUENAQHE, HOWXRD FQSTER, ' SHIRLEY, DEONVOIA SoNAho,AHAzEL NATHANIEL Scnusunouz, MAX,FENTRUP, K!L!NQEMAQH, BERNQQE Plasn, , ,anon GROW. . , ELLENfSHIRLEY, WALLACE FIELDS. 'Seaman Row: i Q ' - L secomu Row: Dovrma KLQNQEMANN, Evzuvn KLlNGEMANNf JENNY STEfHLE5 MAEYNELL Cnbw, g kUOYCE'F7ELDSr Rh? FVELDS. CECIL Hlhkv MSHA QELLKSTUVER, NeLL KILENQE- AHN!E M. Gaines, ALMARIE Jensen. NANN,fH+ A. Snnsou, Bannnnp L x THIRD ROWS x W ,X ' , Pivsn, HAROLD JENSEN, Henna! 'J MlTT!E do GNlMEB, L!LLfFN EDWARDS, W Nonun wise, Lnnnv Kuna, BnLLlz PoweLL, HITE. X , 3Q 3 Jessie scuueuApnz,,u, 9, wxsa. N q U Q33 Ere. 6. L. Hughes Kiss Outta Fincher Treasurer Secretary - 5. 15. Powell X - Kiss Rookie Bledsoe President A - hiember ' Pleasant Hill has a very active P. T. A. Atf A thabegixming Qi' 1935-56 session we had only ten W' membergkbut han inc:-yaased to twenty-nine. f ' Era. C. W. Powell- and Era, Hugo' Keiks reprs- . sented' the-Pleasant Hill P0413 A. at 'tape State VON' by Baotha , 1 5 s E Q 5 T X. . I5 'f isftorg , THE FIRST SCHOOL AT PLEASANT VALLEY WAS ESTABQISHED SIXTY-NINE YEARS AGO., IT WAS A PRIVATE SCHQOL IH A LOG HOUSE GN THE CLD WALDEN PLACE. THIS WAS DURING THE TIME WHEN INDIANS WERE PREVALENT. THE TEACHERS HEREWHR. STRINGER, JENNIE PARRISH AND HRS. MUNN, .THREE YEARS LATER THERE WAS A FUBLIQ SCHDbL sunLr on wHAr ns KNOWN AS rua SGHOOL FLAT. THE Lnno, Annu? nn: Ana DNESHALF Asses, wAs oxveu sv EwAN WILLIAMSI THE Flnsr Tnusvses WERELHUGHKWALDEN, EWAN I WILLIAHS Ano Tamoaucx SMITH. Tnxs SCHOOL auansn IN 1885. AFTER some DISPUTE oven LAND TITLES, ras BUILDING WAS Hseuxnv, auT IT sunken in 1931. IT Kgs as BUILT THE FQLLOWING YEAR. Has. Rov HoLLAR TAUGHT THE FIRST SCHOOL uw rms new h auxLunNa. IT wAs ouanua THAY YEAR THAT THE scHooL was STANDARDIZEQ. "' . . A ID? f iii mf ,Ek 3 2 is ,I . SEIQ S E? I: mfs? 1' X ra' 'i . IX wi z 5 flf 1 L ' I - U RIB T Mas. M. M. BLACKMORE .,.,. ,. -. ,, , PRES. P. T. A. visa-PRES. P.T.A bmdwoowwd Tow b 4-Pl v if wggiw X .3 x ,Q X3 Q 55513 K. , 'niiaff 1 . , W 3183 2 -x QR 1 ffiiisio UB THE FIRST scHnoL NOUSE'WHlUH svoou IN THE coHHuHlTY,NoH xnohn AS R0SE'HILL4 wAs NAMED NELLEVTLLE, IN 1879. AT FIRST fr wAs USED AS A DIELLING PLACE. 'A MH. FR AHKEHSTEJH Ja CREDITED WITH THE Eu!LnlHa DF THIS SCHOOL. ONE YEAR LATEH, MH. HEHHY NELLE noHATEo oHE HALF ACRE or LAHn ron A SCHOOL, AND BNE HALF AonE Fun A OEIETERYQ PRIOR T6 1880, THERE wAs N0 CHURCH IN THE ooHHuH1TY, con- SEQUENTLY, THE SCHOOL HOUSE ALSO sEHvEo IN THAT CAPACITY. HowEvER, IN 1880, MH. HENRY NELLE DBIATED AH ADDITIONAL roun AND ONEHHALF ACRES or LAND ron UNURGH naouHns, Ann A CHURCH :As EREGTED on THE BAKE. IH THE SAME YEAR, RDSES HERE PLANTED on THE anoulms AND THE NAME :As CHANGED TD ROSE HILLA THE SCHOOL MOUSE WAS THEN nEuunLT AND wAs MOVED A LITTLE FAHTHEH NORTH. IH 1919, THE BUILDING, PREVIOUSLY HEHTloHEn, WAS TORN DOWN Ann REBUILT, THIS TIME INTO A Tlo-Hoon BUILDING. SIHQE THEN IT HAS SEEN IMPROVEMENTS Fnou YEAH T0 YEAH. Q., ,X X " ...g,,Q1v4"fT R'-, 2 fAQf2'fi ,:jiq,W45Q5 L -.g f ' :S 3 ? X W jf X 5 , ,gs M Y ,N SF, ,.w, ,.,z :w.,, 1 . ,uw .. ,fe .h4f1,5., f 1 ...v rg iEiff5isr5 1 A fv-3 JEQIGQI ,,d. s , 1 " Y. , 'M L gmuma 3- V. M. CRISWELL rausfee Mi one ' BABK gh! i A Q 5 A K , x 5 x lx ' X AX x TSX g? 'p ' ,ff xl if-,gf Hg?H?is M Qi' f X' 4 an gl 4, K ' gf N' 0' Q 0 X S X Y , 1 1 W JAY BARNES, JR. Mxuman HAMILTON ENN UNH arenf-Geaclw: Associoiion Q K N: if j - ,gif 1-K-T ..f3.i Q L fg55'x' XSSSE wx ' .gi fm' Q 1355 " N.X 'fkgiaa -V A+AW fkfgwwws . 'Qfs'Raf2:QSQasf 'tg If X . '-'lr 5 ' Ee? b 5 XY. - ' . -wir' sw,fmgsQH' Qw Q 51wiyass'w 7 1-L 3 :L lf? 1241 L. 'V' P ,J t ,. 5 . itxvw . x 11, .Q ,,-q, . K K h A N . Mas, O. Knguzn . Mas. J. Ouusv KMRS. J. W. Bnnuss -MRS. C. HAmnuvou Pnasloenv SECRETARY Tnsgsunsn q Rewanrzn ' ' kt Q hh N g Vh if A9?,virxE9 xh 1 V .HALLDWESQAPARTY ?fi 1 AQL' -I ' 7i -m GDQHDNTTY Cnnisvmis TREE TRAYlS Co. couuczn qs women , - cAxz Ano CANDY SALE ' H FLAX2 'PATH Acaoss yu? HILL . ' h.-' Most vnxiggus Ssnvacs 3 ' Pvvfwkii-Qf S9v99kQSvrP+12s ANv-5QUf5'EN' f! A9 JN.-5' x J V3 Q-'xx 2 .M 1' ' Q- X MIKQSTH BACK P- FRONT- -vu.-xr r...... Jugs BALL igxiyqfhi ' . li: - ' wx? xxx? - 1., X M . . ' -. -L ..g.f X kynwmx wgmew I ELTQN Cuusv v , b af! gfi l . 'l,.,Q-9 'iw --Q-in ' 1.:,,. L 1 Srnxnvsng Q 1.41.-2 'N ff, 3 -,ff -gig, . A iw, 7 J-, X' k f : -:auf-. if 7 , : 1 BR, We KLAUS qfaus-rss - 4 n Mas. Qugnrus -lumen' NH?S-E'DDIE Rum Rigas PaIwpaPAL1 A Paxklnv TEAGHER5M MR. FRED Rosa QTnusrEE P iw , YHE WAS HR. SCH! FIRS VINC LJND FQR sewn AND Tnnouew eAcx vo THE1R fzssanv T onran T: aAvs A THE commuurrv wav SCHOOL House. HENRY'NEIDIGy wusm wuskscnoon was NAYTHEWKPROKSQHL, JDHN SCHlkLER, vxwss Duszx, Jim UASEK Ano A HH.KBAZLE. THE Funncswan THE vias woes ren Mn. dos Dussx, Amp MRK dAmcs TRUSTEES Ann sznvsn ron in 189h AS was ENLARGEO 0NEvRCOM Tu: cnc :nos rua IN ENHOL FSE E T TEACHERS - T HAS HAS HE HE LLEH-SCHDOL T oasAn1xEn in 1889. E SCHJLLEW GAVE THE SCHCO MR. .THE L TDWN NB. 0 HAVE E 9 . TQ RANT WENIA HORSE-K ST vs 3 53 3333? Hbtnvrn W i,4H ras Ascvi Pxcvvagxh YJ 'X oLF.x W EMA ?ASTILLD LeoN'NE1o1q 'A HPABLG KALAZAR ' xPETE'KALAZAR LEQNA Niynxe '. KLEBNSITE Jonsson LEGNETTA Jeuxsssm NEW BW-FGSI ILL-S HQST, NAS Txnpsg Gwuu. sunar av' gF,r3Ej ANHIEQHAE-ECNKLLEH kDQHINEidbHNSQN EBSQ DkLEkKkAU9h ,FRANCES SGHILLER5 Aprewlmazome I CATARINA.5ALGWAZAB wad . K 2. wHQ ' . ,735 . 2 5 L . i K . w 'jA scuook HAS ESTABLISHED AT Hunsnu Benn Ann one AT Hxnsu Cnsex, x6our'189O. Krazy wgns ao1H gggfRoon lUlLD1NGS warn A Fin Purina un, K :gnu scuupL, 4gA1en, vue THO.SGQOOL8 wzatxconaanzn Ang A ana-noon h BQ!LDING'ERE9fEREAT rue en? IEDK Sroa:. Tug SGHDDL wgsgmovzo rss 1 b xsane AFTERWKBD Tc :rs PASSES?-sire, Lodirlou was nxveu sv MR, Laude xnnf ox. .? 1 N ' . - Q fl, . As ALL THINGS snow Ann rnodnass, so Bass Teen SCHOOL. suns URAN- ass HAVE seen MXDE svenv YEAR T0 orrsn agrren ADVANTAGES ro ova 1 dx CHXLDREN. EAcg.YEAR THE ENRGLLMENT HAS xucnsnsso UNTIL, IN 1931, ig wxe NECESSARY T0 BUILD an ADDITJDNAL ROQM5 AT rnxs Tyne, GLOAK , Q1L nuoms AND A soqx oAss wana Agso ADDEDg IHS Eurlns aulnuywe wns REQ NQDELED AND rxinrzn. ' ' K 1 ' V IN 1932, TEGK SCHOOL Enreneb THE Gouurv MEET FOR rue FIRST Tune. we ARE VERY Pnoun or THE neoonos we HAVE ATIAINEU AT EACH MEET, ESPECIALLY IN 1935, WITH six FIRST, FIVE sscoun, FIVE Tulio, AND THREE FOURTH PLACES. Auovnsa uupziiouz wxs csusyin ru 1932 with ras QHGKHIZATION QF fji Tn? PARENTHTEQQHER AssooJArxQN. if His shown in srnsuava sxnu YEKRUY. Ann uns BEEN:Am9BEAT sousr TQ rge TEACHERS Ann onunonzu. Irs neu- ' uses An: ALwAvs'1ursass1eo in acnooL wonk Ann EAGER ra eo-orengre h Ju svanv wAv ron rue AnvAnQeusnr or rua senoon. , TEGK Sonoma wJsnssArcg - ' MRss SvLyasfna WAS-ONE nsogcnvs :rs SECTION or vue of THE eAnLfes1 reAdusns an Y:AnsonK to Mas. J. W. - rn: faint ScnQdLs or nun SYLVESTERQ- OQMNQNITYu ' Q SaE :Avant IHEAHARQNTS of g THE5Qi41LY!REN NOV4E,fATffEN9l NG ' v TEUK'SEHQOLa sas nga KLWAY8 f sean AN Anosnr surrnnrzn or nun SGHODL AND IS BELOVED at Evznvouz. X M T i ? x E - At- H K '1- K 4 ,, 5525 3 - , ,, .rf ,ay wx X -ff 'f 1 fx. Hg X NEW """"N'A 2 21 W A ., -2 X. 1, - T- ww - QQQQ. k , r ..fL, .MQ 4 JL - yi-sfg Smear , Lsomno GRUMBLES f 1' yy Lroao Qguur, i 5 k E?iER5f51Q' Q F abjf' -- E 5555 n I 43 Q, sl I - K ' '- .iljsfsr 2, ' 'ff A iiifiiiz . T J ., gf,-iid Wai,-iP51 2 '.i.-'QQWQQLXQ V F. Hsrriwexou X.,. .- - -1 N . is-: -1-. , I' I Eewmsm: BQHLSQ . ,Juan dovmsm-1 . wgnwsan GRQMBLES ' Ruhiidbuusou. 2 ' . f Roszlgh Mun, QQEANETTQ do1mfsgN A 1f1fwD0MAt-QD 10U13J 1 ' 1 ,oAasvLE 5nY BEus4 V ARTHUR,QQHNSGN. ENQBESQ-Q BOHLS, wrLL1e+unnusoy Q3xLfnsbiSnuus ms s ' MT IE x.'. Gnummshf-SS' gm amps ' f Us-f-N 1 W Ziffiw f .!l'f,5' 2- ii 1 .milk J X x x I tewion 5?1f'i1'LS 5 5 ! Mns. E. PURYEAR R - . .. U TEACHE A ' r TENNIS Roscnrs 'OSCAR HUGHES ISONIONVHUTSON 7TH GRADE V 7TH GRADEi 7TH GRADE FIRST Row: Bagg ossrnucn x Geena: Oesvnrcxvq. L Sscono Row: m MAnY KAvHsauNa RbaaarS DoRis Roasavs f . wlLrnzo Hufson QA RuayAHurson LEULA LANDLYN 'fi Jam SMALL U Q Q. 'M Tniho Row: Msgvsn Ropsnvs Annrt MAE SMALL Dokornv Hursou Ruev RCHERTS AgEX SMAgL 'VERNQE Rbaiavs 1 or Tgzsiorg THE FIRST SCHDDL TAUGHT IN WHAT IS NOW DIsTRIcT 50 IAS TKUEHT IN 1879 IN AN OLD PIGKET House ON THE OLD ALLEN FARM BY Miss ANNIE GAUBEE. SHE SAT IN A HOME-MADE CHAIR- THE CHILDREN sAT DN BENOHES HAnE or SPLIT ELH Loss DRESSED SMOOTH. AUGER HOLES WERE Eonen IN THE ROUGH SIDE AND sTAxEs DRIVER INTo THEM FOR Leos. EAEH EENDH FHRNIsHEo SEATS Fon FIVE OH SIX PUPlLSo ABGUT 1881 THE FIRST scHooL HOUSE IN THIS DISTRICT BUILT Fon SCHOOL PURPOSES ALONE wAs LOCATED on THE JIM BREWTON FAHH, HENOE THE NAME BREWTON SPRINGSQ THEN THE NORTH SIDE OF THE OoLoRAuo RIVER WAS IN DISTRICT 50. THIS WAS THE HosT OENTRALLY LOCATED AND SEVERAL sooo TERMS WERE TAUGHT THERE. WILL HARMDN, MR. CALDWELL AND JIH FINLET WERE AMONG ouR TEACHERS IN THE 'ElGHTlESn. THEN cAHE A SPLIT CAUSED av A BHIFT IN scHoLAsTIcs AND A SMALL HOUSE WAS BUILT AT WALNUT SPRINGS ON THE OLD HUGH ALLEN PLADE JN THE WEST END OF THE DISTRICT. AS YEARS PASSED THE TWO HOUSES IN UNE DISTRlCT PROVED T00 HANY, AND THE TERM wAs TAueHT HALF AT ONE HOUSE AND HALF AT THE 0THERs FINALLY THE WALNUT SPRINGS HOUSE BURNEDn ABOUT 1896 THE BREWTON SPRINGS HOUSE wAs Haven T0 A POINT ON THE THOMAS RILEY rLAeE NEAR THE PRESENT SCHOOL HOUSEA In 190k IT HAS AGAIN uovEn T0 BREWTON SPRINGS, REMODELED AND SEATEDn THIS CAUSED TROUBLE AND FOUR on FIVE YEARS LATER ENOUGH oF THE LUKBER WAS USED T0 BUILD THE PRESENT HDUSE AS IT I6.TODAT. IN THE AEIGHTIES' FDRTY T0 FIFTT FuPILs ATTENDED scHooL AT BREWTON SPRINGS- SINCE THAT TIME WE HAVE NEVER HAD THAT NUMBER, auT FDR TEN YEARS ouR ENROLLMENT HAS GROWN UNTIL Now IT Is TNIRTY-FOUR SGHOLASTlCSn SINCE 1902 MY WIFE AND I HAVE FURNISHED A HOME AT ouR PLACE FoR FOURTEEN TEACHERS THRounHouT THE TERM. THEY ARE AS FOLLOWS: Miss MATTIE MoRaAN, MYSS'ESTELL HINKELL, Miss BERNIcE BOLTON, Mlss KATIE CLAHN, MTss LEoNA HILL, Mnss BERNJOE Mccowen, Mrss NETTIE Jovce, Mlss EARTIE CALEHELL, MISS HATTIE RoaINsoN, Miss GERTRUDE SLDAN, Misa IRENE HARDIN IND MRS. REED. A soHooL HID Fon TEN YEARS ANo A TRUSTEE Fon THIRTY on Hone YEARs IN THIS DISTRICT, I AM Youns, HERBERT HJ ALLEN W. Kg 'Hunsonf N f TRUSTEE-' -Q H, 1 Aww, ERGNI. BACK Lssnfs Suonf LssLiE PH1LLlPs GRADEN Moons ELv1y Muon: ' . Doaoruy Scar? TASKEH HUDSON Gnarroan TUTTLE' VIRGIL Moons DDUGLASKRAWLINGS Donna Snonr ' cwnass sc:-som. AN oLD you BUlL9jNG sroon on vas SPDT wHEn: raa'Pnsssur su1Lo:ne srxnns. THis PnzsEnT auxzusna wks Put ur in vu: LA E M A 1 609s on egngf 7o!s4' AMONG fuosz was 7 HsLrEufQu1Ln KT wsna:jwiLLJAm HARRELL Ann QOHR M, KING, KATHER QF AL Kina. '.uUNGLE B!LL19uHABBELL ATTENDED CY- KPRESS SGHODK, AND SUBSEQUENILY MARRIED isgatp STEWART, 4 Oxrazssfroamsa srunsnv. Iuzva 6 CHILDRENNALL LsAnNan ras 3 R's AT cxsnass THE FIRST vegcasn AT Orrnzss wgs J. C. Roazv wan GAME Fawn ILL. -THE sscouo :ensues WAS'JRMES Kenny Faom Tenn. was LIVED AT KELLY Srazwss wean Tue SCHOOL AauiLnzns.M ,,,, T ,, as SCHOOL WAS LONG usin AS A Cuunon 1 SCHOOL. ' - svoalc Awaanson MiLL xs cnoseav - INALLY BUILI T0 MAKE aux PDWDER Fon iN THE CQV1L wax nays. LATER vnis auxnv sv MIGHQLAS Hxvss AND Taos. Fnom LEGS cut LN THE sunanuns- w LAnaEo'w1rn A sions ne cons Ann exuwxuc sccrrun stmux STANDS OURKFOBEFATHEHS, 4 AS EH Icin---1------ Did X The first school in Cedar Valley commxmity was held in a one-room log house belonging to Mark Thomas. The ground on which Thomas Springs school and church not stands was a grant dated June 17, 1867 to Mark Thanas who came from Fairy Glen, Rockingham County, Virginia. He was staying on Geo- rge K. He1sner's place and died there. Hugh lcclure was appointed administrator of Mark Thomas' estate. Mr. Heisner bought the pro- perty and gave two acres for a church and school In 1875, a box frame , unsealed building was constructed. The materials were purchased with money derived from sale of live stock by members of the community. The lumber was hauled from Brenham saw mills by R. S. Young and Mr. Schwartz. In later years the room was sealed and in 1953 a room was added. A spring on the property furnished water for the school for mny years, hence the name, Thomas Springs. School has been held there continuously since the beginning. - John W. Young, George M. Heisner and Adolph J. Trautwein were the first trustees. Others were George Dittmar, Roberts S. Young and John R. Morgan who served many years. Due to the long distance from school many children attended for short periods. Some rode horseback or walked five or six miles. In 1891, a 'box frame one-room school house called Mud Springs was moved from above Cedar Valley to the Gus Gezeaux place. Mrs. llyra Nolan Heianer las the first teacher. School was held here the some time as at Thomas Springs until' 1898. During this time, Noreall llowinckle, Rufus M. Stiles, and John R. Morgan had been elected trustees. It was in 1898, that the first consolidation of schools in Travis County took place. One teacher, -4 W. H. Bishop, was employed to teach berth schools four months at each place at a salary of 858.55 lf3 per month. One year, school 'began first at Thomas Springs. the next year at White Hall. This arrangement con- , tinued for about ten years. Then the White Hall building was sold and all children went to Thomas A Springs. From en... Schools, eighteen pupils be- came teachers. Robert lee Young was the first, Lynn Young was next in early days. In 1905, several pupils with no further schooling than that offered by these' schools, passed first grade teacher' s examinations. S. A. Leland Morgan, Thomas Springs, 1892-1903 Teacher in Phillipine Islands in 1906-1909' Graduate law School University of Texas - Lawyer in hnarillo, Texas, 1956. J I w A o fouwood PT F. Mn. H. BEGKRAM Mn. TRUSTEE Eimw Q,. . A , A X f 'T A f 6 3'TiiiE , ., . W: 5 -1111. .iuuilililuf . . . - TEACHER 71M GRADE - COTTONWOOD GQADES 1 T RQW , 2Nu ROW B LLY JEAN BECKHAM MILDREU EQSENBAOH BERTIE RUTH BEUKHAM Loulss B220 CLYDE CURTIS BEGKHAH Vsnuon SQHELFFER V CARL Ll NDGREN isfo UB THE oLo Blrranas SCHOOL House wAs BUILT IN 1895 on ACRE o? LAND'QONATED BY CAFTA J. W. RAMIE. A . AT Ffnsr, THE scnoon TERMS WERE THREE on Fone uonvus, BUTGTHE ENHGLLHSHT WAS QUITE LARGE. Paorassoa RANIE, ONE or THE FIRST TEACHERS, TAU8HI,ABOUT FlFTY-PCPILS rn oNE Hoang 0ONSEQUENTLY,,HANY HAD TD slr in THE WINDOWS, on THE FLEQE Ann THREE IN ONE DESKe A THE PRESENT scHooL, EREQTED IN 1908, is LOCATED BETWEEN TQE CQTYONWDOQ Gaaexs. IN 1908, THE ENROLLMENT WAS THznTv-Favs AND THE THRU WAS sux MQNTHSQ THE PATRQNS HAo DONATED Fuuns FOR Tue scHooL, sur in 1913 THE TRUSTEES Eouqur THE PRUPEHTY. COTTONWODD IS SELF-SUSTAINING wifn A TwEnTv' 19285 IT wAs sTANbARnlzeD, MALNTAINING its hy ' STANDARD T0 THE PRESENT TIME. ATHE PARENTQ TEACHERS ASSGGIATKON, ORGANIZED IN 1928, IS- VERY ACTIVE AND 000FERATlVEs I cam' SPEMAL TAX.. 'THE Tama wus LENGTHENED4 INR ' ' ' " N l 1 1 aiwuw I 1 VAN QFAR ?EARSOH V. .R. B. BQNNETI -'RENFVGFUW-Eff '- g Evswn?LEwls Q 1 FEQBENrlNEiaaNuET'Y Qa6ceNs.ca4osaQ1 H1EQfE',Bounav - i ' ' Tiff X 2 i Q HssroR'ggrzF T-TA 1 Rvr eyng5sg:HoQL, , fig- . FAlIfVlEVl Sgxrgibqnx. ,wigs 'F'DlfND5f1', mmf vegas Aqo.-Q1Tfs4gfi1ExACi1 uni: i "KxidiQtf1,gL.,THE .1.ANoL3E3Qn"rHE sc,Ho11ig.-'ylAs1 nounrzn- Ya? 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X 1 A 5 X 1 1 4 4 4 .A- min x x ' fr x - , f 'History HAHILTQEfEQQL QQHQQL HlHYLTDl'PUDL SQHOQL IB LOOATED 32 MILES NORTHWEST OF AUITIN Ol HAI- ILTON CREEK- THE sEAuTlr L HAuInToN'PooL, Fon WHICH THE SOHDDL wAs NAMED, IS EOCATED ABUUT 17h MILE NORTH or THE SCHOOL. THE PEDERNALEB RIVER nuns ALONG ONE MILE WEST or THE scHucL TMI! 18 one or THE HOST BEAUTIFUL SECTIONS or TRAVIS 0ouHTT, AND EACH YEAR HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE ooms To FISH Ano T0 SEE THE BEAUTIFUL SCENERY ron WHICH THla SECTION IS NOTEDQ THE FIRST cHooL WAS BUJLT IN THIS QQHHUHITT Asour 50 YEARS Ano, AMD wAs LOCATED 1 2 MILE BOUYHEBST or THE PRESENT oNE. IT, LIKE ALL oTHEn EARLY PIONEER scHooLs, wAs PDORLY EQuInrEn, AND THE SGHOOL TEHHE WERE SHORT! THE PEOPLE IN THE couHuHITT HAVE ALWAYS IOHKED TD HAKE THEIR SCHDDL THE BEST, AND IN 1920 MH. H. NEIMEHS, QHHEH or THE BEAUTIFUL HAHILTnH PnnL, eAvE Two ACRES or LAND on WHICH THE PRESENT SGHOOL Is BUILT. THE PLAN IAS saeuneo Fnon THE STATE DEPARTMENT or EDucATIoH. A ScHcoL anna wAs VOTED, Ann THE SCHQOL Houai wAs BUlLT THAT YEAR. IT is Huw oNE er THE BEET Equxrrsn RURAL SCHOOLS IN THAVTB Onuufv Ann HEoEIvEa STATE AID EAUH YEARQ THROUGH THE EAnHEsT wonx ur MBS. RUTH HUNNIGUTT HAYNES wHo TAUQHT HERE A Huusaa or YEARS Ano wHo IS sIsTEH or THE PHEEEHT TEACHER' Mas. AMT GOEBEL, THE SOHOBL BEGAHE A GRADE HA' aqHonL. THE OOHMUNITY I8 HIGHLY XNTERESTED IN THEIR soHooL, AND EACH YEAR THEY STRIVE ron SOMETHING BETTER- ,J5 sQs QE Pmawi TT " 7144 GRADE THE ANY HAS PLERSANT PLUMA D'BRlEN L . HULDA Rosenausoa ELMQN PURYEAH CLARICEQFDSE ,Bonus NELL ARNDLD 1s1 Row ELMON Punvsgg JAMES 0'Bn1zN ELwnN L!NDSEY ' Eowlw Rossususcn 2ND ROW OZELL AHNULD ALFREIDA Rosenauscw Emonv PURYEAR DOUGLAS ARNOLD . RUDoLF Rosewsuscn AGNES ROSENBUSCH 1sT RDWL X ' LM L ANNIE xdnmzs 1 ELWIN Enwxu 2Nn Row 0zeLL fLEE biBRlENf x .h, o'sngan L . LINDSEY Roseususcw g ARNOLD L ALFREDIA Rossuauscu aQfEMQHY PURYEAR . f X DOUGLAS ARNDLD f RUDGLF Rossnauscu Annes ROSENSUSUH Q BALL TEAM V - HIS? ScuooL , . x Egisiory 1 OUR FIRST SCHOOL HOUSE WAS LBDATED AT CAT HOLLOW, ' Aauur THREE mines rnou wnsne PLEASXNT Gnovs SOHDOL - 1 A is now. THE scnooL sunnulns WASKORUDE Ano znAnsQuAre5 QQ ruenarona, in 1915 :ne PEQFLE or rua coununxxv BUILT 33 - , 1k ' Auovusa one Ann LOSATED sv NEARER ru: eenrzn or ru: gg' N F, A esnren 0F rue conuunrvv. THEY SOLD vu: CAT HoLLow 5, g1A 1,, 2 X. U summon BMIQDING ron van DQLLARS., D. B, GRAGY uonArEo Q Zfff 'Q ,ggj',Q ' Two Aches 0? LAND FOR the new UNE. THE New LOCATION A 53 i3?! 1 A g,QRQfQ 15 WAS Honra or rue oLo ons, ?H1a1Y nlLss wzsr or AUSTIN, QL M Y it ,L TWELVE mLss EAST or Sneawoon, AND IN me PMBE an-:rm 511 ,ggA- NN 1 or rua 0oLoaAn: RjVERoA A ji ' ' ggf?' ' THE cnnmuulvv DDNATED S300 IN THE EARLY PART or gf-S ' gggf,' 1917 Ann HAULED rue LUNBER our Fnou Ausvln ru WAGQNS, ?i,g Igggg 11 TAKING Two oAvs ro no IT. THE msn or THE 'PAUSE j gin 5. - Ti1'Mf 2 Q BEND! comuunsrv nennven Tuexn LABon Ann comehsrsn THE A,5.N- - x -' 3 scnooL ausLurNe IN runes wasns. A V k" ' THE FIRST rsAcxzn wAs Mass Bessie BOHMANA TweLvs cnuLuneN wsnr TO scnooL rue rxnsr two on runes vsAns. A A LATER vue ENRQLLMENT INCREASED rn Fonrv cufgpnsu., , THE scnooL HAS HAD STATE Alu Fnom 1921 T0 1936 uoN1sNusousLv. ATns SGHOUL Hausa wAs REBUILT AND IHPROVED IN 1929 T0 MEET STATE nzqurnsusursg AND A S1000 Bono VOTED BY was domuunrrv. THE SCHOOL House wAs RESHINGLED AND REPAINTED in 1936. ru 193k A sauce wAs Buigv xaounn wus anounus. Muna REPAIR AND nmenovsusxr wAs MADE YN 1935.: Miss PAuLfus Lawns wAueHr Foun vsARs, A ransom ssnven Lancia THAN ANY ornan TEA4 caan. Oun Pnssznr TEACHER as A vsnw econ one warn szvzn YEARS expanlsncs. we HAVE rurrzzu Puplns AT THE rnsssur rams. 4 A ,ff:f55X Akin 2No Row , Wm 5 1ST Row HLICACLA QUEZADA CLAQADENE HEBBE dosnmAn1A QuE2AcA 2 LEHQY HEBBE 1 LAwmEmci V'RUERK TILRUHN RUAT RLEX FHLGSR PAY PRINZ GUNNAR NORLBERG EWALE H5355 Lonanz MEKQLIK' VEHNgN RUST HERTHA HEBBE hfH CLUB GIRLS TST Row EnNA Kazan Loszvx HEKGLXK LuQ1LS Hamhww LLQA HQLSQRG ' RUBY LEE Rust 2Nn Row, ARLIHC JAECKS iLLlHH HAEANN UEv5L5wa Palm: ROSA LEE HQNOLIK IREHQ Wflba, SPGNSGR , MPH CLUB MELVIN PFLUGES Canaan ARLEDGE L. G. Gonzseaca i I Sao Row 3 HERBERT Hesse h , MELVIN PFLUGER CQNRAQ ABLEDQE ALFRED HANANN JR. L. G. GoNzLuaAcn HEHBERI Zwsaunmnwu Arn Row EDNAAKBIFG ' ' LuclLEfHAmANN GRLBERX RoAaL1N ARLINE Jasons Ruav LEE RUST' BASEBALL TEAM 1ST Row ,QuNNAa moLa5nq L, G. GQNZENBAGN LALFREG HAwAsN, QR. WILBURNKRUST7. LAWRENCE VORWERK ZND Row HERBERT HEBBE X MELVIH PFLUUZH Glpaznr RoeaLfw Saunas 5RLEDGEh- Vsawun Rusf .J Haaaxnr ZwanNEmAww I 151 Row k 2mm Row Jimmy: M1LLuen CHss1En Wann Leanne CQWAN EowAnn Fasunu ' Joan Fosrsn ERNEST GQWAN MARY MYRTLE FAGLIE Fonssr WARD -x KA1HEafNE WARD 'LONIE SANoL1N ARLENE OowAN 6 MYRTLE Gowgn A BARBARA Cavan LURlYNEgFO5IERgg isfury NTCHOLS SCHOOL IN 1906 AN ACRE GF LAND WAS elven Fon rua-Nxcnuns SGHQQL av MR.'SAm Ni- cuons. THE mes OF THE comnuunrv HAULED cEnAn ANo rnAn:o lT,FOR LUMBEB wsrn WHJCH is cousraucrvg BUiLDfNBa IT was QQMPLETED CHRxsTmAa DAYQ Raina T0 rnxs time THE cHtLnneN UF xnis DLSTRIOT ' Arrsnuzn rue 0AK'GHOYE SGHOOLQ'THE F rrnsr TRUSTEES qmfrns nEwQssHouL wana MR. oxen Fnsacs,-Ann Mn. SAM N!cuoLs. A imiss FLQRENQE HARVEY wAs wwe Plas? re-L ACHER IN ' 8AnL TEAR 1srLR0wX x CHESTER'W5RQ m MARY ' MYRTLE- SAG! LE EnwAnnjEnsunn ' Gunn FBSTER.v. ' Zun Row m Mvarns Cowan Lamps SAHDLINA, MAMIE Fostex' VFOREST WARD ERNESTgCOWAR AND T0 x . one V V 9 L I Jr H1ss LaLAW5Bnbu 1 VTEACHEB . I T- r W., A I a 3 s 5 MISS RU5Y'LAND,R'f ' 'Im GRADE ' X gBUSTER FuLxES - g. 7THgGBADE, A ' "'A' Iififiiliffwffffff . ?f nhl L-L,i" i i , , 2 y f hi xVX, ummwgg QQQS Q V Q N ly Q V if .a-1 Q, ii LJ Y Q - Hx A ki LL , XjML. , ,4 Elma BELL wmfe 3, MARGARET zggnumu, BESS,I1.E'WH1TE, LA tR8 mfwmraf ffalmii Wuu e 7, TTH GRADE, , Burn SuA3r,,EvsLvN.wngrgy engages LQ5MANN, Aus, jQfg '.'. x : . us? LOHMKN8g'RUDQLPH LQBNANN,'CALVYN'WHlIE,'GgIFwf5g: ,' 5 ,Y ' reno wnxvai EUGENE BoNHsfr,.LuTuanx5q5ns1T, Faavilg' :LL SuAnTg'FERnsL SHART,1MAUBlCE Wntvr. , f' xRouun MQuierA1n4smpgg , , Ma ss uaE1sn e:p 1N vHs fzARLx stQsut1,gsfi, f ggTria F1Hf31"gfj BUILDINGAWASTA one noggfsxgucvunz Miki QF Leas.Y ?n1sMsEnvmm5gQsAlseunopfwhgf BulLn1Na won Asour TWENf? YEARS. tksas mans ONLY sfX,rsAcHsRsxgn?L0vso phR+ ' :Na runs venice, viz! NINNUE WATSON, assure cnszsy menus sugLfYAN4 d0sH1sY,,, HlCKMAN, J. D. STEFwENi Rufus SMITH Ano BILLY SMITH. Kiyiv K A IN 1888, THE Los BUILDING wAs roam sown, Tas aces soya, Ann Lumens run- 1 cHAsEn Fon A New aunLonNa. Tuns New BQJLDING was Enacrsn on Lmuqgnonafzn .BY Mn. J. R, FAUBCON: lass BUILDINGTWAS DESIROYED.BY'FlREj!B 1929. SQME ff or rue rggcnzns was TAUQHI ru rams Bu3rn1NG WEH55w DA1SY DENNlS,QT9M Bnageaf Mug BELL McPw:BSeN,,H1anga1Hi5caenanNg QEgIg.NELS6NfQHpQTH5LMAVddggsigvfy x Qxgi ' f Tas PREssNT,ausEnrNagyAs anepwsniiif 929. THqsEgwHn'HAvgjgXueH1itnfrHiSgE BUILDING gas: hmnsf CLARK Fgusyou, Louis: THORNTGRQ MARX RUTHiQHANOE'ANQ g'i - Ruav LnuoHYf ' -j Q - 4 ' ig q ' ' - f f P Q ' 1 K f.55, x . -i W M., , x K Xgsfiigfsk Q ' x 1 x 4 -.KATHXHQLSIIMFSQN MVA.. Misuse HEINIE 7rH GRADE .GLADD E 4 Zz' ,n f SINPSQN, MINNIE BELL Hznav, RAMONA Hsuav, HENRY K g RAYMoun Heuav TRUSTEEWL ' J A ,.m, ..M. .,., ' DEWARD TURNER VAHNEQ Gnaaison WBLLAHQKSJNQLETQN FfRST ROR ' ,AESBA PHQNNEY, HUGHVSQNGLETON, FA! PHELANg'MARTlNABLES5lNG, MARY LOUTSINGLETON SEQQND RQ? L LVK gk K A Q STANLEY SINGLETON, DUDLEY PHINNEYQ GEORGE ELMO ELESSING, Beanies PHELAN, 0NlTA.SiNGLETON 0. 5. HQLLINGSWQBYH Q Q, THUSTEE ,. I i 3 TRAVIS PEAK SCHGCL TH: F!RST SGH5QL AT TaAvns PEAK WAS ESTAQL1SH- ED an run FALL or 1880. HERMAN L. HENSEL WAS THE Funsv MAN ro suv Ann aulLo A L66 House IN THE commuuxvv, THIS WAS :N 1851 on 1852. lN 1862 HE mAnarsu HlSS.BERTHA Hervey or AUSTIN AT THE Home QF Juno: DODGE1 THEY Jouansvsn TO TnAvrs PEAK IN AN ox wA'aoN. 1 GTHER FAMILIES wane EBTAGLiSHING Homes IN rue COMMUNITY Ann A scHuoL aEcAme ESSENTIAL, so ru JULY 1880, THE MEN QF rue FAMILIES SELECTED W. L. HENSEL, Boa TURNER ANU GEQ. WEST TO SERVE AS Tnusvsas or A scnooL T0 as ESTABLISHED. Mn. HEN- sEL WAS QnAxnMAN. ,fuev anew HPlA earrwaww ASKLNQ uzuauauns Ann raxzues vo eonfawsufa FUNDS rea Tae eu1LnxNs OF A ecHooL House. Mn.fHENsaL shave T0 Ausrun sw urs NAGQN,xPARKED HISATEAM AT down DosHLsn's WAGON vxno Ano stone on was connen or 15rH. AND GUADA- LuPa, AND QANVASSQD-AUSTIN FOR FUNDS. THE TOTAL AMQUBT RAISED WAS 387,001 K - q':THE Reason, :Sabian Aenoss Gnu CREEK snow rms Hawaii Hume, wAs BUILT or NArxvz axons AND nov- znen WITH-HAND-MADE sauNeLes, ALL or wuncn WAS DQNAIED ev Mag HENSEy. 1 VMRS. NANNlE'DAWSON, MRS. N. C. LAHAR, MRS. M. E.gCQNNiNGHAM ANG mdsg doE Paowss Ana TEACHERS Wo" ZXFIEVNOYI LQVJNA ln AUSTIN wma- HAVE 1AuaH'r THE Tknyrs PEAK Scuoogg' MRS. E.-AL muncnrsom TAUQHT rue scnooz an 18925 uns. PROWSEKCBELLE HENSELP XN 1898, AND m1ss Josapnbus Pnowss iN 1932. A .A , aF' 3' A it vm. 8 AQKQ -v. 54 5 Zfqfi 1 -"'uiJX f B an -Y-,-V YY xl igg?,'k xx ?fgf R.: x !gg55?g5Q5 Q f,g L Q . 1- X ,iyx'N',f fy f -,K L"'f ,"5 hi '- f 'jV h df , 'd5 ?k'1 ' ' v-ug! . x f ,X -X ,C A y i X wl A wi !rw,,.? 2 A Hr.!. winks ,Q xg . . P, diqgg E! I it gffgl' Ax-, Q qi- V ay3yY--Q f S -x : K fi ' -gf Q .1 35. 0 - ,. - k: 3 1 illtN? mtd?wRW:ig?. . .eg ig ixg?tip NQQ, f -mf 'fa -A 1 r QS fgig V iipiir , ,,U f Q " K . ,, sforfg EM-v?i Nfl? F509 , ii T,m igabgl LARD'AND 'lQfjQ N v Q i 4 k l.. THE GH! EF MR. ,AND Gyn! Ir IS SQIDA Hsnnancn or URIBINA L ,i. gqNa?i I Kb f K ZX Q 3,5 QV7W1 933 iw R "Sf ' ",:""'1 x f' x - "GRSsn X Fhnxr BABK 1 A. Snrvcnwnxrs R. F, Rglngp ' k QArrer 'Mx zs A' X I. sf' fi , 1 -. K 3 1 I A X Q I A X I . 6 XX y r V x V x 1 x by ALISDN Qrrzuif SPEQQAL Q GRUUPP' E 3 A 1 I 1 ' 1 ' I 1 3 4 1 1 1 J 5 5 I '? i f 4 9 N i I +I I 4 1 - f f U 19 f 11 1 2 i 2 5 . 5 E 1 A4 1 s Q a E 1 E i i l 1, I. isfory IN 1839, THERE WERE RESIDING AT WEBBERAB PRAIRIE, NOAH SMITH, JOHN F. WEBBER, FIVE BROTHERS NAMED DUTYQ KNOWN REsPEcTIvELY AS JOSEPH, WILLIAM, MATHEw, GEORGE AND HIGH- ARD? WASHINDTDN ANDERSONQ Hls FATHER, DR. THOMAS ANDERSONQ FouR BROTHERS NAMED HAMIL- TON, ALEXANDER, WILLIAMS, AND JOHNQ DAVID SHELY, UAMES DODD, JOSEPH AND JAMES MANOR, Mns. SCOTT AND HER DAUGHTER, Mns, HOPKINS. TT IS EELIEVED THAT JAMES CASNER AND CRAWH FORD EDMISTON WERE ALSO THERE AT THIS TIME. ITHERE WERE PERHAFS A FEW OTHERS IN THE VIOINITY. THESE SETTLERS HAD BUILT A FORT INTO WHICH ALL THE FAMILIES OF THE NEIGHBOR- WAS PROBABLY FORT COLEMAN, ON COLEMAN WEBBER BUILT ONE AT HIS HOME NEAR THE STANDS. WHILE THE WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN A BODY T0 THEIR SMALL FARMSQ KILL HOOD HAD GATHERED WHEN AN ALARM WAS GIVEN. THIS BRANCH AT THE LOWER END OF THE PRAIRIEI ALTHOUGH RIVER BLUFF WHERE THE VILLAGE OF WEBBERVILLE NOW WERE HOUSED TOGETHER IN A FORT, THE MEN WENT OUT GAME FOR MEATQ AND T0 HUNT INDIANS WHEN NECESSARY. JOHN F. WEBBER, AS STATED ELSEWHERE, WAS THE FIRST SETTLER OF THE PRAIRIE. HE BUILT HIS CABIN WHERE THE RIVER MAKES A SHORT TURN TO THE SOUTHEAST, NEARER THE PLACE 'HERE THE FIRST DWELLING OF JOHN Bn BANKS WAS AFTERWARDS EREOTED. WEBBER WAS REPRESENTED AS BEING AN HONEST, OONSCIENTIOUS MAN, WELL LINED Bi LATIVES FINALLY PROMPTED HIM T0 SELL OUT AND MOVE BER SOLD HIS PossEssIoNs TO COL- BANKS. COLONEL JOHN BANKS CAME FROM WASHINGTON COUNTY A LARGE FARM, AND SHORTLY AFTERWARD, LAID OUT THE BERVILLE. THE VILLAGE BEOAME A FLOURISHING ONE AND coNTINuED ARRIVAL OF THE WESTERN BRANCH NIA. MANOR T0 AusTIN, WHEN IT OEASED TO snow. IT IS sun- ROUNDED BY A RICH FARMIND COUNTRYQ THE PEOPLE ARE INTELLIGENT, EDUCATED AND HDSPITAELE. AFTER THE CLOSE or THE CIVIL WAR, COL. BANKS SOLD HIS PLANTATION TO CARSDN BURLESON AND REMDVED TO GALvEsToN, WHERE HE DIED. COL. BANKS WAS A MEMBER OF THE LEGISLATURE FRDM TRAVIS COUNTY IN 1853. THE FOLLOWING Is AN INDIAN STORY TAKEN FROM lNDIfNjD?fREQATIONS,IN TEXAS, BY U. W. WILBARGER. IT TELLS OF HOW MR. JOSEPH MANOR KILLED AN 'NDIANQ HIS sow, MR. H. L. MANDR, IS NOW LIVING IN WEBBERVILLE. IN THE LATTER PART or THE WINTER OF I8hh, MR. MANOR AND MR. NASH FDRMED A PARTNER- SHIP IN THE MERCANTILE BUSINESS' THEY HAD RECEIVED THEIR FIRST SUPPLY OF aooos AT WEB- BERVILLE,-WHERE THEY WERE ESTABLISHED IN BUSINESS. As THEY WERE ENGAGED IN MARKING AND INVOICING THE cooos, THEIR ATTENTION wAs ATTRADTED BY THE SNORTING OF A MULE THAT MR' MANOR HAD STANED NEAR HIS ROOM FDR sAFE KEEPING. HE STEPPED DUT TO SEE WHAT IT WAS THAT HAD ALARMED HIS MULE, AND DISCOVERED THREE INDIANS APPROACHING IT. As THE INDIANS DREW NEAR IT, THE ANIMAL SNORTED LOUDLY, AND ENDEAVORED TO BREAK THE HDPE BY WHICH IT wAs STAKEDI MHEREUFDN ONE OF THE INDIANS LET FLY AN ARROW AND aHoT IT THROUGH THE BDDY. MR' MANOR SLIPFED BACK INTO TNE Housz, SEIZED HIS GUN, AND SAID TO MR. NASHQ RTHERE ARE INDIANS OUT YONDER. THEY HAVE KILLED MY MuLE. TAKE HIS NEIGHBORS. CONTEMPT DF HIS RE- TD MEXICO. IT WAS IN 1851 THAT WEBQ PRAIRIE WHERE HE OPENED LOWER FRONT CALLED WEBq T0 FRDSPER UNTIL THE TO WEBBERII TowN ON THE SOALPING HIS 'OWN BGALPA MY PISTOL ON LETWS GO ouT BDT MR. NASH WHAT HE SAID AND FDLLowED ARMS. As THEY TURNED A GOR- NER OF THE HOUSE, THEY SAW AN INDIAN STANDING AT THE OP?OSITE ONE, AND MR' MANOR FIRED AT HIM, KILLING HIM. WHEN THE INDIAN FELL, MR.NAsH DREw HIS KNIFE FROM HIS Foc- KET AND STARTED TO eo T0 HIM, SAYING HE WANTED T0 SOALP THE INDIAN IN REVENGE FOR THEIR THE OOUNTER AND AND FIGHT THEM1n DID NOT HEAR ABOUT THE PISTOL HIM WITHOUT ANY FATHER, BUT MR. 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X 1 g 1 E1 ' ' gs , 2 ' -4 ,X A li, X ' ..-K 25.55 3 bm x E. Q55 5 .,.: I 51,1 "" COMPLIMENTS OF 'dint 5 'IR Ruud imlusut tinmpang 805 CONGRESS AVE AUSTIN TEXAS ne3 WE GREATLY APPRECIATE THE BUSINESS WHICH WE RECEIVE PROM TRAVIS COUNTY SCHOOLS AND MERCHANTS Art and Handcraft Materlals Teachmg A1dS and Devlces MASTERPIECE Tablets Papers Notebooks Composxtxon Books Etc PRACTICAL DRAWING COMPANY DALLAS TEXAS COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS The Ransom Drug C0 RENFRO DRUG C0 AUSTIN TEXAS AUSTIN TEXAS 'ZS' o o . ' P h o 5 3 1 ON School Records and Awards Miscellaneous School Supplies OF OP O O CONGRATULATIONS COMPLIMENTS To THE TRAVIS COUNTY SCHOOLS ON THE EXCELLENCE OF THEIR ThUTl0wBW55d FIRST ANNUAL FUNERAL HOME O B ROLLI NS LAVACA AT 17TH ST 3204 HAMPTON ROAD AUSTIN TEXAS AUSTIN TEXAS Phone 6302 COMPLIMENTS OF VON BOECKMANN JONES PRINTERS 11OE 9THST AUSTIN TEXAS COMPLIMENTS OF THOMSON MOTOR COMPANY DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS TRUCKS AND BUSSES PLYMOUTH MOTOR CARS A U S T I N T E X A S OF 'If "The School Supply Man" COMPLIMENTS The Amerrcan National Bank AUSTIN TEXAS ORGANIZED IN 1890 COMPLIMENTS Pow LLL WIRTZ RALTHUT .2 GIDEON Lawyers LITTLEFIELD BLDG A U S T I N T E X A S COM PLIMENTS Chas H Ravey Jeweler Block From Hz Prrces 104 Wen 6th Sr COMPLIMENTS WHITE S PHARMACY For Real Relzable Drug Service o n e 2 5 A U S T I N T E X A S COMPLIMENTS SWANN SCHULLE FURNITURE CO 401 CONGRESS AVE AUSTIN TEXAS COMPLIMENTS Karotkm Furniture Co 419 CONGRESS A U S T I N T E X A S COMPLIMENTS Jno. C. Ross Hardware Co. AUSTIN TEXAS COMPLIMENTS JOI'Ih.S Mercantile Co A U s T IN T E X A S OF OF OP OF 1 . . 4 I ' Ph - 451 OF OF OF OF C. A. SCHULTZE General Insurance and Bonds Phone 2-3715 Littlefield Bldg. Austin, Texas 204-6 E. SIXTH ST. PHONE 6061 C A B A N I S S FURNITURE COMPANY Keluinator Refrigerators R. C. A. Radios A U S T I N T E X'A S John Bremond Company WHOLESALE GROCERS AUSTIN TEXAS COMPLIMENTS W. H. WENTLAND DRUGS MANOR TEXAS Dan Huebner s Cash Grocery M A N o R T E X A s Walter R Schroeder THE RED as WHITE STORE M A N o R T E X A s SELLSTROM 8: RICH Inc Dealers In Lumber Hardware and Farm Implements MANOR TEXAS COMPLIMENTS H LARSONS GIN ROUTE2 MANOR TEXAS COMPLIMENTS LOOKE'S CAFE 815 CONGRESS AVE AUSTIN TEXAS COMPLIMENTS Edw1n G Moorehead ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY coMPL1MENTs T H Wllllams Co AUSTIN TEXAS BUICK PONTIAC Covert Automoblle Co AUSTIN TEXAS COMPLIMENTS CAPITOL SEED HOUSE ZOIWSIXTI-I AUSTIN TEXAS COMPLIMENTS LOUIS RUETER P1ggly Wlggly Stores A U s T I N T E x A s COMPLIMENTS Dr J G Shelton Optometrzst 12513 SIXTH ST AUSTIN TEXAS MCKEAN EILERS CO Wholesale Dry Goods Notxons Drug Sundnes and School Supplxes AUSTIN TEXAS , . , c ' 1 500 CONGRESS AVE. 321-323 WEST 6TH ST. SWEENEY 'Ed CO INC BUY AT YOUR NEAREST RED AND WHITE STORE Home Owned Home Operated 906 EAST FIFTH ST AUSTIN TEXAS Austm Bakmg Co Inc BUTTER KRUS T 30OFANNIN AUSTIN TEXAS PENNANT POULTRY 'IB DAIRY FEEDS QUALITY MILLS AUSTIN TEXAS PHONE 9161 Page '56 Southerland Archztects NEW MASONIC BLDG AUSTIN TEXAS Lours F Southerland Louls C Page Everybody s Book Store 906 CONGRESS AVE School and Offzce Supplzes o n e 7 4 COMPLIMENTS Menn s Bakmg Company A U s T I N T E x A s 601 E 5TH ST PHONE 4343 KUNTZ STERNENBERG LUMBER COMPANY The Covered Yard AUSTIN TEXAS State House Coffee Pleasant Cup Coffee A U S T I N T E X A S COMPLIMENTS WILCOX NELSON 214 WEST FOURTH AUSTIN TEXAS COMPLIMENTS Dr J A N1chols Eye Ear Nose and Throat Speczalzst OFFICE 413 14 SCARBROUGH BLDG Cash Lumber Company Pay Cash It Pays 3004 Guadalupe St Phone 5444 Barton Springs Rd Phone 6690 COMPLIMENTS ELGIN COTTON OIL COMPANY ELGIN TEXAS CELE SERVICE STATION TEXAS GAS AND OILS DRINKS OF ALL KINDS GROCERIES LUNCI-1Es Proprletors WEISS AND KORB CELE TEXAS . , . I , Q , 0 , I . , I P h 3 s - - COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS AUSTIN NATIONAL BANK AUSTIN TEXAS COMPLIMENTS effuftzbz ,Qzumlry E5 'Dry leanmg Company 514LAvAcAST AUSTIN TEXAS one 35 COMPLIMENTS MUTUAL LUMBER COMPANY 311 WEST ZND ST AUSTIN TEXAS one 2 1 COMPLIMENTS NU ICY NU GRAPE BOTTLING CO 613 TRINITY AUSTIN TEXAS P one 5902 COMPLIMENTS WIP EKS HYL I IN FUINER XL I-Iour 1104 GUADALUPE AUSTIN TEXAS P one 5389 COMPLIMENTS Home of Pan Dandy Bread 1307LAVACA AUSTIN TEXAS P one 3574 COMPLIMENTS ADAMS EXTRACT COMPANY Manufacturers of Adams Best 2216 SAN GABRIEL AUSTIN TEXAS Phone 7307 COMPL IMENTS BRYDSON LUMBER COMPANY Buzlders Supplzes and Mzllwork 415 W 19TH ST A U S T I N T E X A S o n e 5 3 3 P h 6 6 P h - 1 O 4 ' h OF 1 , 3 , , . KOHN'S BAKERY h h OF P h 1 COMPLIMENTS OE Roy C. Archer COMPL IMENTS CAHUUL CHEVROLERIm: YOUR C H E V R O L E T DEALER AUSTIN TEXAS TEACHERS, ATTENTION: A loan plan designed' especially to meet your requirements-money borrowed from us easily repayable in small installments. CALL OR WRITE EoR PARTICULARS CHTEZENS INIHKKURLAL IBAJHK 128 WEST 7TH ST one 2 4 AUSTIN TEXAS L U M B E R MILLWORK BUILDING MATERIALS PRATT 81 LAMBERT PAINTS AND VARNISHES a 1 n t M odem Lune of Wall Papers 701 W FIFTH PHoNE 2 5454 AUSTIN TEXAS COMPLIMENTS The Drlsklll Hotel 112E SIXTH AUSTIN TEXAS Make Your Farm or Ranch Home Schools and Churches More ConvenIent and Comfort able wlth a GENUINE HYDRO GAS SYSTEM Thousands of S3lI1SH2d users Surprxsmgly low 1nstallatIon cost EASY TERMS VISIT OUR COMPLETE DISPLAY F M DELCURTO Dzstrzbutor 417 CONGRESS AVE o n e s 6 R l 2 8 AUSTIN TEXAS OF P h - 1 2 5 P ' e r S u p p l i e s REINHARDT LUMBER CQ. Safe 4' Dependable "' Economical OF - P h : 2 - 8 8 0 h COMPLIMENTS OF The Capital National Bank U. S. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY Checking Accounts Invited PERSONAL LOAN DEPARTMENT Safety Deposit Boxes ' AUTOMOBILE LOANS NORWOOD BUILDING PHONE 3558 COMPLIMENTS OF THE BECKER LUMBER CO 87CONGRESS AUSTIN TEXAS ESTABLISHED 1883 ELMER G GUNN THE CALCASIEU LUMBER COMPANY LITTLEFIELD BLDG AUSTIN TEXAS AUSTIN TEXAS CLAIMS SERVICE vfmzozmczng OUR NEW SCHOOL FURNISHING AND EQUIPMENT DEPARTMENT IN CONNECTION WITH OUR REGULAR COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS LINE Kung Furniture Company The Frzendly House D 7231 COMPLIMENTS OF SOUTHERN LLOYDS F1re Tornado and Hall Insurance 207, SAVING SCHOOL INSURANCE A SPECIALTY HOME OFFICE E M WIGINTON Nat1ona1 Bank of Commerce Bldg. Representatwe SAN ANTONIO TEXAS BOX 577 AUSTIN TEXAS SAN I ANTONIO, TEXAS GARFIEL - DL The Store wlth A Consistent Pohcy of Merchandlsmg to snvs MONEY Fon You S Ferris Sons is such a store Geared to the times An independent institution since 1898 Outfltting men women and children for over 38 years and consistently improving our service our store and the quality of our merchandise Yet one and only one policy has dominated our whole fleld ot endeavor throughout all of these years This policy has remained unchanged from the time it was conceived with the very first day of our business that is to save you money on your purchases from us It ls our constant aim to sell good merchandise at the lowest possible price Fw ss gfmsih W t Q t A 525 Es sshE A EXSQQQREQ s ix X 5 IQ 'a as s N sl is is A we so-gssrezwe ve?-vga szs'wX"2'NQl4'QfNAm'vtvgrw1'e we ev 'split-sees less? strikes bitt, 'iss the ' Iii. shox A U S T I N A ASSE 91 ' s gigs? T E X A 3 STANDARD MERCHANDISE AT PRICES YOU WANT TO PAY WE CONGRATULATE THE COUNTY SCHOOLS ON THE SUCCESS OF THIS ANNUAL AND THE PROGRESSIVENESS OP ITS TEACHERS LUEDECKE MOFFATT COMPANY 708CoNGREss THIS TRAVIS COUNTY YEARBOOK WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY DONATIONS RECEIVED PROM THE FOLLOWING Maverxck Cafe George Mendell R L Buford Jess D Carter J W Ezelle Geo S Dowell Roy Bedxchek A E Munson Geo Zerschauskv Lomxs Slaughter M H Reed W K Miller N Fomster Tass Waterston Emxlte Lxmberg R J Jaehne M John T Parker A P Chote Geo H Templm Leo Allen Luedecke Moffatt Co Rhealee Hat Shop A Mltchell Stelfox Company Leon Sllpper Shop A N McCallum P E Suehs. M D Petmecky Brothers Stevens Brothers Bohn Brothers White Pharmacy Amerlcan Publxsh mg Co J B Norwood P T A H H Voss B Co Margaret Stnles Nell J Scott W E Long Elmer Gunn Pohce Benefit T H McGregor Nelson s Red '65 Whnte Dr Roy Reed A N Anderson Ed Smxth Chas K Hage H Larson Gm Ernest Acklm Wm Boeneman Ella Wexss J T Ward Electnc Apphance Co Snster Vmcent Austm Shoe Store G R Kmney Co nc Lockhart Creamery Texas Pubhc Servrce Robbins Company Jxm Tucker Internatxonal Harvester J O Buass id Sons Lxghtsey Carroll H Dxggs Mace Thurman Steve Heffington Austnn Goodyear Co Decker P T A Austm Federatxon of Musxc Alton Wexss East Avenue Pharmacy Oscar Ulxt T A Wilde Judge McLendon Dr J H Sregmund H A Wheaton J D Hedxck The Doll House Stewart Photo Company Rnley s R R Grimes L C Wren E K Smith Josephine Thers Ruth Bowman Thos Greenwood MamteD Barrow 'Vlrs J E Prowse W L Darnell Bluff Sprxnge P T A St ElmoP T A R Yarbrough H Y Benedxct Warren Freund Amerxcan Legnon A C. H Ebehng Barton Sprmgs Grocery GarfieldH E Gxrls Turnerv1lleP T A Pecan Springs P T A FxskvrlleP T A Pleasant H111 P T A h o o o o A - 1 1 l v r ' .-.'F:S'5t''SE:2:T3W3"'4':'m'l"- -":C'5F'3'42" MMM -rw:--es:z::- at-'srrlsre--:Is-ess. .X -s tt . xx ,K h ,K -.t , , 1 , , :er ' - Q1 -, ns- - ,. wh- fe w's-.:..-.:- '- w . st 2 - . Q-rss: s.- : H t. r X. 5: , -lrsxf:-:As N N - r i we-eg X X we - : X93 'Qss",'N. ' ' -X A is E E'-.1 t S X- L S . , X at ' ' Seas mass sages ' E ts! 1-FQ' iirrcxfszruzs- ,R it Ee, Q-:ex .:. , Ns.-.1ss:s:w:'.?. -have '.'xRssrst:z5"aR 33:32 Att-Qt.I-'iiflx -sn 2 : - x qs x , v gps- I . ss Qxws 'Mover-I wp. ' ::QT"-13EQEI.S3Q2.':3.- T f f .tl 'QsEa:?r:e-:az-ew -rsF':Si:o,. .-r-5.5sE-erm-.t le-. ' Q a ":'NWsf's:-:-. X - , . . . , . . . ' . , . . . . D. . . 1 n A 1 1 1 . . . . ., . . P 41- Y-A Y--sl.. UQ-J ,A ... ,, V-.-nn-?x w 4 'al ' X E


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