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SEPTEMBER 5 OFFICIAL TULIA PUBLIC SCHOOL NEWSPAPER
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Hornets Open Season With
Shall We Let
"A majority turn-over in a school
faculty is not good business," a
statement commented upon by Mr
Younger in the opening exercises
Monday morning must be accept
ed as having a great deal ot' truth
Yct shall we stand idly by with
out an effort to uphold the gplen
did record we now hold? Let us
face the facts and determine our
problem if we hope to hold out
place in the future.
With a new faculty we must be
more willing to press forward witn
our work so as to give this new
faculty a chance to become ac
quainted with the system withou'
any loss to Tulia.
We must apply ourselves more
diligently in order to overcome any
loss on our part in getting ac
quainted with the new methods or
teaching that may be introduced by
our new faculty.
We must be slow to condemr
and quick to offer assistance if
we are to gain most, which in the
long run will mean gain for Tulia
Although we shall miss many
of our former teachers very great
ly. we must not let this feeling
become one of resentment towards
those who shall take their place
We must accept the new faculty
members at the beginning as por
sons who are anxious to help us
to help Tulia High School.
After all, we are the ones tc
fail or succeed for ourselves and
to reflect this success or failure
on Tulia High School, the insti
tution provided for our benefit, sc
let us use the age old expression
"Together we stand, divided we
fall" to mean that we accept our
situation and are willing to make
the best of it.
Hornet Grid Schedule
Sept 13 Quitaque here.
Sept 20 Silverton there.
Sept. 27 Plainview there tnighf
Oct. 4 Floydada there tnight
Oct. I1 Open
Oct. 18 Canyon here.
Oct. 25 Open.
Nov. 1 Hereford there.
Nov. 8 Happy there.
Nov. 15 Friona here.
F. F. A. Boys Enjoy
A Camping Trip
The F. F. A. boys went on their
fifth annual outing to Two Draw
Lake at Post last week. The group
left Wednesday and returned tt
Tulla after a three day visit. The
members of the club reported a
very agreeable and enjoyable trip.
School opened with a "bang'
Monday, with Freshmen dressed in
green, proving tcontrary to the
old adage that two shades of greer
won't go well together! that threc
or four shades will: with everyone
forgetting or neglecting to clear
his feet until he gets inside, where
clean floors suffer the conscquenc
es. Poor Fatso!
1 l l
all the tefcli
at least seei
you in tht
You probably know
ers by now, or have
halls. where everything's new tt
them and tuey're new to every
thing-if you know what I mean
in.case you don't though:
The dark fei'ew with the gold
rimmed gaze is the new Aggic
teacher, and tuo reflection on :
good name, Teacherl but I want
to take this opportunity of inform
ing certain near-sighted, defective
hearing individuals that his name
is not "Bandstand," as I heard r
week or two ago. Oh dear, NO!
at -a 1
By the way, did I hear someonc
say that we're free from the iror
hand and the birch rod at last!
WVell, you're mistaken. I see 'Skeet
Miles standing in the usual posi
tion, demerit pad in one hand, pen
cil poised and ready in the other
1 l 8
"Go back down ard come 111
those steps right, Tom Nohle,'
'cause 'taint nobody but our ole'
pain, Miss Miller, at the head o.
the stairs. At any rate. she's '
good sport and a better H. E. and
i i 1
Hatcher Brown's back minus I
cz-rtain far-away look and plus :
slight addition to the Brown feed
I ll 1
The little guy with the big namc
is the band instructor Just cal
him "Willie"-he won't mind.
i I l
Sure we're glad we have new
teachers. tEspecially the good
looking ones.l Now, don't go look
ing in your mirrors to see if yor
are welcome at T. H. S. 'cause
"Humanity ain't no judge."
It ll' t
Then there are the girls wht
get tired of "old-maid" teachers
and picked a course consistinr
solely of electives so they coulc
have their particular choice of male
O U D
It' you're laughing at my columr
--you may as well hush. It wasp"
made for a fun factory. No Siree!
Nary a laugh in a car-load, for I'n-
a serious minded, serious thinking
serious person, and this column is
for the sole purpose of publishing
any complaint or compliment4
Honor T. H. S. Stu-
dents May Work For
There arc several honors ir
Tuliu High School which tht
winning students are well rc
Among the most prized honor:
is the Balfour Award. The winning
of the honor is founded upon these
,hree things: scholarship, loyalti
and achievement. The winner o
this award must be a good all
Another award, which was pre
sented to the school by the senior
class of 1933, is the athletic award
To win this medal, a student mus'
possess athletic abiltiy, sportsmau
ship, fairness and honesty. The
superintendent of the school, tht
principal of the high school, arc
representatives of the senior class
and two business men select the
best all-round athlete.
Other honors which are highly
prized are the valedictory and
salutatory honors. To the studen'
having the highest average in his
studies of the junior and senioi
years in high school, a scholarshif
is awarded. With this scholarship
the student may gain entrance tt
any university in Texas.
The most popular girl and boy
the most beautiful girl, and thc
most handsome boy are selected by
a popular vote of the student body
These honors are based particularly
The above mentioned honors ar-
not all that are awarded in 'l'uli.'
High School. It is an honor to bt
in the one-act play, a member o
the basketball squad, ren squ:'d
football team, and any other club
which is for the betterment o'
Tulia High School.
"Dear doctor: My pet billy goai
is seriously ill from eating :
complete leather-bound set o
Shakespeare. What do you pre
Answer. "Am sending Literary
Digest by return mail."
well, if you have something "on
your chest" just address it to thi:
column and turn it in. l'll be glad
to argue and fight with the "su:
uuf "" editor and sponsors to get
to write it up. minus a little slan
der and plus a lot of shining up
So out with it.
l i K
Mr. Wallace has already been
heard singing "I got that millior
dollar smile." fJust for a tip, girls
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But seriously, now-
"It's had to have an empty purse
But an empty head is ton times
David Reddell And
Frank Staggs at Helm
Under the direction of Coach
Hatchcr Brown, the Tulia gridsterf
of '35, led by Co-Captains Reddell
and Suggs, have started a cant
naign to bring honors to Thlia
Approximately forty boys havt
been reporting daily for practicc
since August 23.
With only throe lettermen bsclt
this year the squad will be green
but these boys are tough and sho-.-.-
plonty of fight. The team average
will be about one hundred and six
ty rounds. The promising backs
are Reddell, Watts, Clower, But
ler, Tirev, Moon, and Jack Ed'
wards. The line will be selected
from such boys as: Staggs, Waller
Duke, Bob Hale, Jackson, Dallas
Sharrock. Preston. Rossi, Stolten
berg, Jess Edwards, J. B. Fletcher
Earl Fletcher, Arrerburn, Jack
Hale, Nichols, Crow, McCaslantl
Ritchie. Roy Rogers, Tomlinson
Cameron, Armstrong, Poff, G-lfgg
Jack Rogers, and Wesley Rice.
Football rivalry between the
schools of this conference is very
tense. The Hornets are out.. tc
avenge their only conference de
feat of last season that being tc
Hereford. Prospects for Canyon
Hereford, and Happy, look bright-
er than ever before.
"The team this year looks like
a natural," asserts Coach Brown
during a sports lntervlcw.
. Is Seen Over Last
Tulia High School has an in
crease of 35 students over last
year's enrollment. The new stu-
dents are as follows:
Freshmen-Weldon Kiker, Ralph
Spicer. Evelyn Spicer, Marvelle
Cox, Laure McMahan, Leroy Mcln
turf, Booneville, Arkansas. .
'Sophomores-Mildred llardy, H
L. Kinder, Kirby Barnett, Mavour
een Galford, Kress: Katie Stitli
Juanita Lowe, Ruth Foster, Mavis
Holmes. Crystal City: Jack Moon
Crowell: Marjorie Musick, Anson:
.loan llail, Halo Center: James
Juniors-Odell Bice, John L. Poff
Marie Huber, Barbara Lowe, Mar
jorie Edwards. William Jackson
Lubbock: Mildred Moore, Dorotha
Seniors-Ada Bradley, Sayre. Ok
lahoma: Wilma Stoltenberg, Haze'
Robison, Jack Edwards, Donald
Stoltenberg, Joseph Rossi, ,Jess Ed
wards, Tom Jackson, Mickey, 'Tex'
Post Graduates-Arline Robison
Alexander: Rachel Barnett,
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PAGE 1 P OFFICIAL TULIA PUBLIC SCHOOL NEWSPAPER
School Enrollment Largest
Who's Who In
T. H. S. Faculty
Inrliic liowman-B. A. Degret
'-W. T. S. T. C.
C. J. V:nZandt--B. S. dfgree-
Texas A. M.
Ern st Wallace -ll. A. degree-
l-lnst 'l'cxu:i State Teachers Col
lege and M. A. degree-Texas Tech
noloj ical College.
V lIa'c-her Brown-Il. A. degree-
W. T. S. 'l'. C.
Harvey Jackson- li. S. degree-
Toxas Toclnlological College.
Willnn'n Edclmcn-B. A. degree'
-f .'I'cx:'s 'l'rclnu,logicul College.
W. Il. Yoilngcr- -ll. A. degree-
W. T. S 'l'. C. and M. A. degree-
University of Texas.
Elma Miller-B. S. degree-C
M1'. Riemenschneider--B. A.
gree-Panhandle. A. K: M.
,. Mario Milfs--ll. A. degree-W
T. S. T. C.
. Grade School
Esther Maynard-B. S. degree-
N. T. S. T. G.
Ollie Mae Crawford-B. S.
gree--Southeastern Teachers Col
Josie Mae Wiggins-B. S. degree
-W. T. S..T. C.
-Margaret Lindsey-B. A. degree
-Texas Technological College.
Mrs. Dorsett-Baylor Graduate
Ernestine Walker-B. A. degree
-W. T. S. T. C.
Edith Warren-B. A. degree-
W. T. S. T. C.
Ida Barber-W. T. S. T. C.
G. T. Hill-B. S. degree-W. T
S. T. C1 '
Stella Smith-B. S. degree-E
T. S. T. .C.
Lewis Shirley--B. S. degree-
W. T. S. T. C. ,
THE IMPRESSIONS OF A NEW
TEACHER DURING THE
As the curtain was being drawn.
l wonder if this appearance was at
all necessary. .
Have I forgotten the speech Prof
is going to ask for.
The band is really playing well
for the first appearance.
During the welcome Address:
I believe Tulla will be a pleasant
place to live.
What was that I had planned tf'
say if Prof. really meant that
speech idea. 1
Surely the situafon here is not
as had as this speaker would have
Did you ever see so many red
headed children in your life?
l'm glad I'lIl a teacher if that
makes my credit good.
As Miss Walker reads: V
Some people get all the breaks, my
speech will look rather poor now
As Prof. begins to talk of the
Weil, well, well! It's going tt:
happen again-but mind you 'thit
suolls "lfiuis." tApplause allltreciat
lk 4 lk
As it rprce filler I was a wen
der. In fact I was cften wondfred
how I wondered, who wondered-
say wait a minute. What I was st
amazed about was this new school
faculty. And Randy snakes what
ll Ill ll
'l'herc's Sket Miles. A regulai
guy who deservfs mrre nppre:-ia
tion. A1 other stand-by is Hatchel
lh-sawn. the little boy who nevex
grew up texcept in size.j And
there's Miss Miller still teaching
the girls how to beuome model
housewives. She knows her onion:
say the lassies. But turning to the
new teachers there's tl1e band in
structor Mr. Riemen, ug, Mr
Itieincnsch, er, oh well-skip it
Miss Maynard and Miss Vlfalker
Co-Good-lookers, will exercise the
grade children and teach them tc
lk It It
The coming football season looks
ln-ight but not blinding. Luck tc
lk III lk
Among the early starters who in-
sist on organizing a "Morning
Noon and Nite Club" are: Bernice
Clower and Charlie Mae Northcutt
Martha Jordan and Walter Dukes
More cases are expected the lat
ter part of the month.
lk ll Ill
Ernest Wallace, the boy who
teaches high school math was grad
uated from Texas Technological
College t'l'wo Degreesj with thc
highest honors in the history ol
the school. It's rumored he car
add two and two together and to
tal five. He devotes his leisure
time to figuring the cost of the
War. You can bet.
at x :-
Flash. There are morc post grad
year than in
here for you
uates enrolled this
,the history of the
befieve in the "It's
so come and get it"
That's all. To wit
to NVOO, S0-
l wonder which end of the lin!
he will cull on first,
Surely I'll not forget everything.
Good, he is only making an
irtroduction :nd the speech idea
was only another practical joke
i During the singing of T-U-L.
I wonder why more Deople don't
Wvll Prof. surely can wake that
I wonder why Prof. didn't become
an evangelist rather than a teacher
We're glad to be back.
Courses Uhered In
r'I l I ' 'I T
lulna High bchool
A wide selection of courses wil'
be offered in high school this year
Courses offered for each class are
Freshmen: Required: English I
Electives: General Science, His
tory II, Home Ec. I.. Conunercia'
Arithmetic, Vocational Agriculture
Sophomores: Required: English
II, Algebra II.
Electives: Typing, Home Ee. .Il
Biology, Voc. Ag. I, World His
Juniors: Required: English III
Electives: Chemistry, Typing
Spanish I, Home Ec. III, Civics
and Economics, American History
Voc. Ag. III, Shorthand, Bookkeep-
ing, Journalism, Pubic Speaking
and Office Practice.
Seniors: Required: English IV
Elecitvesz Spanish II, Bookkeep
ing Shorthand, Chemistry, Typing
Home Ee. III, Civics, American
History, Voc. Ag. III.
What The Grads.
Of '35 Are Doing
Among the graduates of 1935
the following have had their cred
its transferred: West Texas State
Teachers College-L. O. Speer
Dorothy Yearwood, Catherine Dev
in, Carroll May, Rudene Ruther
ford, Mary Nelle Jennings, Fran-
ces Hoggins, Mary Elizabeth Work
man, Olene Julch, Eula Margaret
Texas Technological College-
Bob Flynt, Howard Buchenau, Nei
'ron Mitchell, Eugene Reid, Mildred
Dukes, Glenna Fae Sadler.
Texas A. Sn M.-W. C. Cowan, J
G. Burrow, Sam Ingram. Thomas
Toone A. D. Payne, Gayle Mayo
Sul Ross-Ernestine Starnes.
University of Colorado- Wanda
The following is an incomplet:
list of post graduates: Leota Bur
row, Theresa Kemper, Earline
Robison, Lee Stith, Flo Grigg
Lcnora Hutto, and Ruth Kritzmire
Before a well-filled auditorium
M1'. Younger discussed plans for
the coming school year 1935-1936
H' 11150 9XDI'esSed his appreciation
for the splendid attendance of the
parents of school children, mem-
bers of the Tulia school board
alld lJLITl'01ls of the school.
Mr. Younger stated that although
0"'?1' fifty Der cent of the memberv-
of the Tnlia School faculty are
newcomers, it does not show n
decline in the rating of this
school. Most of the teachers have
had experience, and all have col
lege degrees. "Many times the
Dllnil holds the teacher responsible
for his poor grades", said Mr
Y01lllger. "If the student win
C00Derate with the teacher and dc
his part' this misunderstanding
will be avoided."
The high school band rehdergd
several delightful selections under
the direction of Mr. Riemen
schneider, the new band instructor.
The Rev. Boles gave the wel
coming address. He directed this
statement to the members of the
faculty: "Your position in the
community is made by the fact
that you are a teacher." He alsc
said that after a child starts tc
school, most parents think his
discipline is left to the teacher
"If the child does not remain
orderly after he starts to school
the parents usually think it is
the fault of the teacher."
Miss Walker, who will have
charge of the auditorium and
dramatic activities this year, gave
three humorous readings. First
"The Puzzled Dutchman," second
"The Calamity", and third, "A
Child's Version of the First Smoke.'
Mr. Younger then introduced
the members of the faculty. There
are only eight former teachers in
the present faculty, with the
exception of Mr. Younger.
ELEGENCE IN THE HILLS
Two mountaineer women were
discussing a man who had attend'
ed a party the previous evening
"Now there's what I call a gentle-
man," remarked one of the
ladies. "Did you see him take his
refreshments? When the hot
drinks were passed he didn't dc
like the common folks around here
He didn't blow on it in his saucer
a single time."
"I noticed he didn't," agreed thc
other. "He was a real gentleman
and just fanned it with his hat."
-The Texas Outlook.
"I wish I could be a great doctor
l'd like to be a bone specialist'
"You've got a good head for it."
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PAGE 3' OFFICIAL TULIA PUBLIC SCHOOL NEWSPAPER SEPTEMBER 12 1935
CLASSES PERFECT ORGANIZATIO
Thinking Out Loud
The greatest thing in life is ex-
perience. One may even profit by
his mistakes. This might be of
some comfort to the green fresh-
men. By the time school closes
this year they will p1'obably be-
lieve that freshmen are among thv
dumbest of people. But, cheer up.
lt has been said that a man is
wisest when he thinks he knows
"We all" get the breaks, good
and bad. What happens when they
occur is mostly the way we meet
them. When one makcs the most
of his breaks and succeeds, we say
he's lucky-So this is luck!
The secret of happiness is not
in doing what one likes, but in
liking what one has to do. Per-
haps this would help those who
consider their schooling as "such
a beastly bore."
' There are no Sunday newspapers
in Ireland-what an Irish heaven
for a journalist.
"People are litcrally tripping into
their graves." Think on these
cheerful words as you go blithely
tripping down the east stairway
and miss a step tbecause of dark-
In several of the ,larger cities,
the milk companies are discussing
rubber tires -for milk wagons and
gum shoes for horses. This is to
preserve the morning quiet for
those who dash in for a little beau-
ty sleep before going to work.
What an idea! And oh, if they
could only pull blinds over the sun!
A Rural Student
What is this all about anyway?
You can't chew gum when you
want to. You -can't even talk to
your nearest neighbor without get-
ting told about it. They won't let
you throw chalk or erasers, or have
any fun at all. They won't even
allow you to sock the guy behind
you for kicking your shins or walk--
iug on the cuff of your trousers
when trying to edge your way
through the crowded hall-way.
Someone stepped right in the
middle of my corn patch the other
day, I was ready to raise a big
howl when just then I saw a re
flection on the wall which I knew
to be caused by some bright ob
ject. I had my suspicion, Sure
enough here he came down the
hall-way right toward me. I had
to keep my mouth shut and my
chin up. I hobbled on to the next
class the best I could on a leg
and a half.
.--i-l0 -1- -
Roscoe King was a visitor in
Plainview Saturday night.
Ninetta Dickey was a week end
visitor in Panhandle, Texas.
g socinfrr gg?
WEE MODERNS HAVE
The NVee Modern Club met in
the home of Betty Curry Saturday
afternoon at six o'clock for the
purpose of planning the programs
for the winter months. The follow-
ing members were present: Flor-
ence Marie Hale, Elaine Wilson,
Doris Emmitt, Louise Evans, John-
ne Ruth Martin, Jeanne Jordan.
and the hostess.
MOZELLE SMITH HOSTESS
The Sub-Deb Club met at the
home of Mozelle Smith Friday af-
ternoon for a strictly business ses-
sion. Refreshments were served to
the following members: Lula Mar-
jorie Conner, Dorothy Marie Mc-
Cune, Dorothy Nell Leonard, Char-
lie Mae Northcntt, Kathryn Dan-
iel, Virginia Rogers, Martha Jor-
dan, and the hostess.
,The newly organized club which
has not yet been named, held their
first meeting for the winter months
at the home or Marjorie Moody
Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The following members were pres-
ent: Louise Jones, Dorothy Lou
Emmitt, June Huxford, Neoma
Sherrod, Mildred Gayler, Fontella
Burrow, and the hostess.
Jeanne Jordan, Betty Curry, and
Dorothy Nell Leonard visited in
Amarillo last Friday.
Marvie Rie Dawson is staying
with Kathryn Daniels during the
F'lor:'nce Marie Hale had a toe
operation last Friday.
Kenneth Moon, a former student
of T. H. S., spent last Sunday in
the home of his parents in Tulia.
Edith Stallings, Mozelle Smith.
Johnne Ruth Martin, Miss Miller.
and Mr. Edelmon were visitors in
Thomas J. Smith of Lubbock
spent last week end in Tulia.
L. 0. Speer, .4 former student
cf T, II. S. spent last wezk end in
Bob Hnxford was a visitor in
Lubbock Saturday night.
Miss Bowman spent last week
end in Canyon, Texas,
Reba Allen was a visitor in
Plainview Saturday night.
NVho is the new red-haired sub-
Dorothy Dallas and Elouise Kel-
logg spent the day in Hereford,
Mzirvie Rie Dawson was a visitor
in Plainview Sunday.
The Dramatic Club met Thurs-
day afternoon at 4:00 o'clock, in
the high school auditorium. for
the purpose of re-organizing for
the coming year. The following of-
ficers were elected:
President-Lula Marjorie Conner.
Vice President-Martha Jordan.
Stage Ma,nager,,,Bil1ie Evans.
Sponsor--Miss Ernestine Walker.
The club discussed play direct-
ing and facial make-up. Miss Wal-
ker will give a series of lectures
for a month on these subjects. La-
ter, they will present a number of
one act plays directed by the stu-
dents, with the students partici-
pating in them. They intend to use
as many high srhool students as
possible in the work. The club will
meet every Thursday afternoon
from 4 to 5 o'clock in the audi-
Hornet Staff To
Be Selected Soon
Tentative seleitions for the Hor-
net staff will be made within the
next two weeks. Students interest-
ed in writing for the school news-
paper should report to the typing
room on Monday at four o'clock,
This type of work gives from one-
eighth to one-half credit in drill
The reporters on the staff are
not restricted to the members of
the journalism -class. There are sev-
eral vacancies on the staff which
should be filled immediately. They
are: weekly columnist, sports edi-
tor, and exchange editor.
Any student who is interested
in jou1'nalistic work is requested
to write for the school paper.
About 5109.00 of science labora-
tory equipment has recently been
ordered. The order consisted of ma-
terial to be used in the general
science, chemistry, physics, and
Owing to larger classes of typ-
ing the school has added three
typewriters to its commercial lab-
The desks in the high school
class rooms have been sanded and
varnished since last year.
He heads the class of Seniors.
And an excellent farmer too.
He is rather bashful.
Now can you guess who?
Answer next week.
High School Classes Organize
Class meetings were held last
Wednesday for the purpose of
electing officers and sponsors: On
Friday room mothers were elected.
Sprawls Elected By Seniors
J. R. Sprawls was elected presi-
dent of the senior class. Miss Mill-
er and Mr. VanSandt were unan-
imously elected as sponsors. Oth-
er class officers are:
Vice President-L. Dean Butler.
Secretary and Treasurer-Pant
Mrs. Clower and Mrs. Dukes
were elected room mothers.
Juniors Choose Executives
Gene Nolte was elected to pre-
side over the juniors this year.
Other officers are:
Vice President-Frances Wilkins.
Secretary-Dorothy Marie Mc-
Reporter-Johnne Ruth Martin.
Miss Bowman and Mr. Edelmon
are the junior sponsors, and Mrs.
Nolte and Mrs. Anschutz are the
Billie Evans To Presldc Over Sophs
At the sophomore class meeting
Billie Evans was elected president
of the class. Mr. Jackson and Mr.
Wallace are class sponsors, and
the room mothers are Mrs. Payne
and Mrs. Fletcher. Other officers
are as follows.
Vice President-Dorothy Lou Em-
Secretary a11d Treasurer-Louise
Reporter-Lula Marjorie Conner.
Sam Harris Elected "King Fish"
Sam Harris was elected presi-
dent of the freshman class, with
Miss Miles and Mr. Brown as class
sponsors. Maxine Wilkerson was
elected vice president, and John El-
bert Emmitt is secretary and trea-
surer. Dorothy Dallas was elected
Mrs. Sherrod and Mrs. Martin
are room mothers for the freshmen.
Return To School
A large number of post gradu-
ates are to be seen in regular at-
tendance in Tulia High School this
year. This group is composed of
Leota Burrow-Tulia '35,
Flo Grigg-Tulia '35.
Mary Nelie Jennings-Tulia '35.
Theresa Kemper-Tulia '35.
Ernestine Starnes-Tulia '35.
Ruth Kritzmire-Tulia '35.
Lenora Hutto-Tulia '35.
Lloyd Evans-Tulia '35.
Joan Hail-Hale Center '35,
Rachel Barnett-Dimmitt '35.
Janelle Hutchison-Tulia '34.
Frances O'Daniel-Tulia '34,
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