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MARCH 26 OFFICIAL TULIA rustic SCHOOL NEWSPAPER mcspss
TENN S5 PL YGROU D B .
Editor-Everett Lee Mangum.
Assistant Editor-Dorothy Dallas.
Society Editor-Eloulse Kellogg.
Sports Editor-Joe Bradley.
Reporters-Gennie V. Payne, Bor-
nice Self, Sam Harris, C. L. Moore,
Phyllis Stapp, Helen Smith. Viola
Seale, Maxine Wilkerson.
Sponsors-Mr. Hatcher Brown
and Miss Miles.
Due to many difficulties the band
of civic workers has not been able
to clean out the by-path lately.
The work will be renewed, it is
hoped in the near future.
Some of the freshman boys have
organized a secret club, each perf
son having an algebraic name. For
particulars see C. L. Moore, John
Emmitt, Buck Cameron, Tiny Crow
or Everett Mangum.
What's this I hear about the new
love afiair? A little birdie said
something about Maxine Lain and
Jack Edward having a case. Also
Maxine Wilkerson and Flores
Vaughn. lBe careful girls.J
Al Thomas has been seen going
around here with a black eye. He
says that it was caused by a stick
thrown by a certain girl. I bet it
was her fist. tMoral - hold her
hands so she can't hit you.J
I hear Merrell Hutto is getting
sweet on Irene Corder. tWatch
your step Merrell.J
Canyon Track Meet
Due to unfavorable weather, the
track meet planned at Canyon for
last Saturday was canceled. As tho
paper goes to press no competition
is in sight before the county meet.
Elaine Wilson, Jeanne Jordan,
Marvie Rie Dawson, Betty Curry,
and Pauline Buchenau were in
Amarillo last week end.
Glenna Fae Sadler, a student at
Texas Tech, spent Sunday night
with Flo Grigg.
Rudene Rutherford and Durward
Knowles, who are attending VV. T.
S. T. C. visited in Tnlia over the
Howard Buchenau spent the
week end in Tulia.
Miss Miller, Miss Bowman and
Miss Miles spent the week end in
Mr. Shirley spent Saturday in
Miss Walker enjoyed a week end
in Memphis with her family.
Miss Wiggins spent the week
end in Canyon.
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WI . AM -TE R CO TEST
L. Anschutz Zndg
300 See Program
In the county-wide amateur DF0-
gram sponsored here last Thurs-
day night by the high school dra-
matic club, Anna Ruth Humphries,
five year old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. R. Humphries, won over
thirty three other contestants when
she played three more or less popu-
lar tunes on the piano, and was
awarded the first prize cash award
Second place. with a cash prize
of 55.00, went to Leland Anschutz.
local high school boy, who sang
"The Beautiful Lady in Blue," with
the third place and 53.00 in cash
going to Lois Stark of Price, for
her excellent acrobatic performance.
Rev. J. Hoytt Boles acted as
master of ceremonies. with judges
picked from the audience, namely
Prof. W. H. Younger, Mr. Kenneth
Ramsey, and Mr. Sid Bass. These
judges made their decisions by the
volume and amount of applause
each contestant received.
Jack Rogers' Bandg
FFA Boys Entertain
Jack Rogers and his band en-
tertained the high school in regu-
lar assembly, Friday.
After several popular selections
such as "St. louis Blues," "Beau-
tiful Lady in Blue," "A Little Bit
Independent," "Lights Out," and
others, the students were enter-
tained by short talks from mem-
bers of the judging team.
Begins April 6
Spring football practice will be-
gin April 6, with prospects for a
large number of boys reporting.
Coach Brown again will have the
job of building a team around three
letter meng however, the outlook
ls bright, with the many promised
rural boys to help fill out the
The schedule for next year will
be a tough one. Games already
for Tnlia are:
Sept. 18-Plainview There
October 9-Phillips There
October 26-Canyon There
October 31-Dlmmitt Here
November 6-Hereford Here
November 13-Happy Here
Can You Imagine?
George Cockran having his Eng-
l lish lesson.
The students of the occupations
class knowing their lesson.
Eloulse Kellogg on the north side
of the school building at noon.
Hatcher Brown not wise crack-
Guy Tomlinson making the hon-
James Dallas at school every
day for one week.
Stanley Cobb without freckles.
Kirk Hulsey having his book re-
ports on time.
Neoma Sherrod playing baseball.
llelen Smith loud and noisy.
KRES8 T0 BE HOST
TO LEAGUE MEET
At a meeting of school represen-
tatives in the court house Saturday
morning, the county play off in ten-
nis and playground ball was set
for Saturday, March 28, on the
Representing the eight divisions,
Seniors and Juniors, singles and
doubles, boys and girls. Hornet
racquetteers will enter the meet
with a large but unseasoned group,
having had no outside competition
In the city dlvlslon of playground
ball Kress and Happy meet in
the first round with Tnlia get-
ting a bye.
The following ls the play of ar-
rangement for tennis:
Senior Boys Singles
Senlor Boys Doubles
Junlor Boys Slngles
Junlor Boys Doubles
The girls also have been
ing no little progress. Their
Senlor Glrls Singles
Senlor Girls Doubles
Junlor Glrls Doubles
Hatcher Brown trying to make
Mr. Edelmon napping during
A new pair of freshman lovers
on east side of school building.
Jimmie McCasland trying to fly
through the alr on a chair but he
crashed his "plane."
Mr. Wallace trying to teach his
plane geometry students Algebra I.
Lottie Mae Vaughn taking John
Elbert Emmltt a. piece of nut bread
which she made in home ec class.
Maxine Wilkerson fall for a ball.
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Claude and Sudan Win .F FA Contest
Freshman ' History
In The Making
-Theipresent freshman class be-
gan in the fall of 1928. The first
year it-was in school the class was
under the supervision of Miss Coop-
er and Miss Barber. Due to the
class's hard work and the patience
of the sponsors, the members man-
aged to struggle onward into the
In September of 1929, the class
was' proud to move to the old build-
ing, and under the guidance of
Miss Fortenberry was well prepar-
ed during that year for the third
The class passed on into the
fourth grade, under the supervi-
sion of Mrs. R. V. Baker. Here some
were delayed and others passed
on into the fifth grade.
During the fifth year of school.
sponsored by Miss Sullivan, and
doring the sixtlryear, sponsored
by Miss Barnett, the class met with
many new difficulties but came
The seyenthqyear the class was
moved back into the 'high school
building and rut under the super-
vision cf Mr. Hatcher' Brown.
The eighth year of school for
the freshman class marked the
year cf its largest enrollment. and
also the year of the' largest fresh-
man class in, Tulia High School.
'I'he'clrs-1 had 'made a noticeable
showing in the' sports and activi-
ties of the high school, and hopes
to advance steadilv but surely into
. ..i..TQ.t.. .......
Neoma Shernod-Studyiny music
abroad and being a popular musi-
Everett Lee Mangum-Senator
of Tjmted States Congress.
Sam Harris-Governor of Ter-
J. O. Bass-Minister of the
Viola Seale-Beauty operator.
Bernice Self--English teacher.
Elouise Kellogg - Great hunter
in the jungles of Africa.
Dorothy Dallas-Editor of tne
H. C. Crowln the circus.
Helen Ruth Brown-Aviatrix.
R. L. Stringer-Millionaire.
v Guess Who? V
lim telling you she's mighty sweet,
Besides ,my dears, it's not conceit
As an English teacher she's a won-
. der, ,
Although she makes you work like
F Mous BA DM situ
is our T oo DUCTOR
27 Years Experience
Ludwig William Hebestreit, na-
tionally known conductor, put the
Tulia High School Baud through a
clinic Friday and Saturday, March
20 and 21. Mr. Hebestreit is an
artist, a humorist and an inspiring
conductor. The Tulia group receiv-
cid the benefit of his twenty-seven
year's experience as director and
ln his work here, Mr. Hebestreit
gave thc boys and girls the same
type of instruction they would re-
ceive at the Texas Tech Clinic or
and nationally known school of the
same type. Of course, his stay was
brief, and it was impossible for
him to accomplish all the things
that he wished. Nevertheless, his
work left a great impression on the
Saturday night, Mr. Hebestreit,
as guest conductor presented the
band in the following program:
Choral-"God, the Mighty Godi'
"Rejoice, Oh My Soul."
March-"Notre Dame Victory."
March-"Half and Quarter Time."
Chalk talk by Mr. I-Iebestreit il-
lustrating the development of musi-
Mr. Wallace making lectures to
his algebra and geometry classes.
Dorothy Dallas saying, "Oh, my
Maxine Lain wanting to go with
David Reddell trying to be good
Prof. Younger reading the tardy
list every afternoon at 3:45.
Dai-line Townsend keeping a
R. L. Stringer going to the li-
Guy Tomlinson and Charles Han-
cock getting over in demerits.
MODERN MAIDS MEET
The Modern Maids met at the
home of Mozelle Smith. After the
business discussion of plans for the
future, delicious refreshments were
served to the following: Dorothy
Dallas, Elouise Kellogg, Doris Wal-
ler Maxine Lain, Hazle B. Vaughn,
Maxine Wilkerson and the hostess,
Mozelle Smith. ,
Debaters To Meet
In a dual debate meet with Can-
yon High School last Friday night
honors were divided as Tulia boys
and Canyon girls were awarded de-
cisions by a critic judge. Cecil Anna
Spear won favorable comment of
the judge as having the best pre-
sentation of the evening. Three of
the Tulia declaimers took part on
the Canyon program, but no con-
test was held.
A return meet of the two teams
will be held here tonight in the
high school building.
Signs Of Spring
Mr. Edelmon's sleeping in study
More courles on the east side of
Elma Jennings writing poetry.
A change of the tardy bell from
9:00 to 8:45 o'cl0ck.
Buckaree Cameron's sleeping in
More twelve o'clock scholars.
Gennie V. Payne cutting her hair
Most of the teachers looking for
boys lfor declamation etc.l
Dorothy Dallas-"Oh my good-
J. O. Bass-"Now, see here."
Everett Lee Mangum-"By jinksf'
Maxine Lain-"Oh gee!"
Doris Waller-"Goodness graci-
Elouise Kellogg-"For crying in
Mozelle Smith-"Tut! Tut! Tut!"
Cleon Stewart-"Aw spaghetti!"
Kirk Hulsey-"My word!"
Ralph Daniel-"Oh me!"
Marjorie Cockran-"Great heav-
Maxine Wilkerson - "Dear me
Mr. Brown-"For cat's sakcsf'
F ish Nicknames
13 TEAMS IN DAIRY
9 IN LIVESTOCK
Thirteen student stock judging
teams from throughout the Panhan-
dle-Plains area assembled here Sat-
urday to compete in the judging con
tests sponsored by the Tulia FFA
There were six events in the
Claude High School captured 1st
honors in the dairy judging. The
Sudan boys won in livestock judg-
ing, in which they placed horses
ani mules, sheep, hogs and beef
Claude's championship team was
led by Floyd Massie who got 444
of the teams 1,268 points. W. Bag-
well, another member of the Claude
team, was second high in picking
dairy animals. His score was 431.
J. T. Lilly, Ropesville, was third
Rope-sville's team was second in
the dairy event with 1,209 points,
McLean took third place with 1,129,
Lazbuddy fourth with 1,124, and
Hereford fifth with 1,120.
The boys picked two Jersey cows
and a Holstein in the contest Other
teams in the dairy event were
from Clarendon, Farwell, Plainview
Quail, Anton, Friona, Sudan and
Sudan boys accumulated 1360
points to win the livestock plac-
ing. Clarendon was second with
1,345, Friona third with 1,334i,
Anton fouuth with 1,316 and Mc-
Lean fifth with 1314.
Although his team managed to
place no better than fifth in live-
stock judging, B. Webb, McLean,
was high point man with a total
of 491. He was three points ahead
of M. Sullivan, Lazbuddy, who had
488. J, Gilbert, Clarendon, accu-
mulated 479 points, E. Bogges-s,
Friona got 468, and E. Erwin,
Placement of the teams and the
points in different events were:
Horses and mules: Lazbuddy 379
MrLean 3733 Clarendon 357g An-
ton 355: Sudan 352.
Sheep: Anton 400: Sudan 396:
Clarendon 385: McLean 3803 Friona
Hogs: Farwell 3963 Friona 375:
Clarendon 3703 Sudan 367: Aber-
Beef cattle: Sudan 254: Friona
2385 Clarendon 2335 McLeon 225:
and Hereford 207.
To Be Held Tonight
Eliminations for the declaimers
of Tulia.High School will be held
tonight at 8:00. Winners of this
contest will represent Tulia schools
at the County Meet at Kress on
the following week end, April 3
and 4. ,
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PAGE 59 H OFFICIAL TULIA PUBLIC SCHOOL NEWSPAPER APRIL 2
1 Date Agency
tBy Miss I. Datumouti
Dates for this week are for the
box supper. The following dates
are for 7:30 tonight:
Joe Billy Dickey-Dorothy Marie
Henry Sharp-Dorris Shearer.
Stanley Cobb-Virginia Davis.
.lack Edwards-Maxine Lain.
H. C. Crow-Marjorie Clayton.
Sterling Burton-Helen Cowan.
William Kirk Hulsey-Lola Ray
Of course all steadies
tonight at their usual
of you seventh grade
ai'e too timid or too
dates come to the box
night and escort the
who prepared the box you bought.
The following dates arc for Sat-
urday night at 8:00
Arlcy Moore-Marjorie Musick.
Roscoe Kilcrease-Helen Bates.
Gene Nolte-June Huxford.
The Agency is coming along fine
now. I hope you all have a grand
time on your dates for this week.
Debaters Divide Their
Honors With Canyon
In the second of a serivs of dual
debate meets held with Canyon,
the Tulia debaters divided the ser-
ies, making the count square for
the sr cond time, in as many C011-
tests. Out of the four debates held
with Canyon, the affirmative has
been awarded the decision every
Cecile Anna Spear and Marjorie
Johnson, arguing the affirmative
side of the question, won over
Mildred Shumann and Lillian
t'liaiul1ers, while Billie Evans and
Leland Anrchutz lost to llal Gam-
ble and Melvin Calliham.
Following the contest with Can-
yon. the debaters were scheduled
to melt the speakers from Silver-
ton Tuesday afternoon. No other
debates were scheduled before the
county meet, as the paper goes to
Third Grade Visits
Since the third grade won the
P. T. A. prize for March, they used
the money and rode to the Can-
yon Museum on the school bus.
The t1'ip was made by about 50
third graders on Saturday, March
Miss Bergner and the third grade
room mothers, Mrs. G. B. Jordan
and Mrs. C. S. Dudley, assisted
Miss Barber on the trip. -
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
April 2--Box Supper.
April 3-4 - interscholastic
League Meet at Kress.
April 4 - Home Economics
April 4-Altural Judging Con-
April 6--Dairy Contest.
April 9--One Act Play.
April 17---District Meet Track,
Canyon. Literary, Amarillo.
April IT-Seventh Grade Ban-
April 22-Senior Play.
April 25 ltlgional Meet. Can-
May 1--Band Contest at Ama-
May 9--Tea for Senior Girls
by Literary Arts Club.
May 8-Senior Banquet.
lllay 17---Baccalaureate. '
May lS-tTommencement. '
F orty-Six Six Year
Olds Are Enrolled
In School Census
Forty-six boys and girls in Tulia
will be six years old on or before
September l, 1036, according to the
school census completed April 1.
If any boy or girl has been over-
looked, please get in touch with
school authorities. as any boy or
girl left out may be included on
the supplemental roll. The list is
Allene Adams, Helen Mc-Casland,
Mildred Baker, Earl Mclione, New-
ell Baldwin, Earl Nevins. Doris
Bates, Eida Mae O'Ncall, Doris
Pearl Campbell, George Warren
Orr, Joe Cowan, Opal Plumlee,
Clyde Cox .Ir., Elwood Ramsey,
Alice Ruth Crocker, Patsy Ram-
sey, Nila June Davis, Glen
Reeves, Don Mark Engleman,
Ferrell, Joyce Anne Riley, Billy
Reevts. John Gayler Jr.. Billy
Joyce Robertson, Betty Mae Goss,
Delmuss Rutherford, Netha Lynn
Gray, Don Nelson Sanderson, Rich-
ard Lce Griffith, Fama Joyce Self,
Roy Dean Heard, Jerry Shoemak-
er, Robert George Hicks, Bobby
Joe Starnes, Allen Jarrel Jutson,
Billye Stucker, Iva Mae Hyman,
Wilma Tromas, Cecil Kiker, Roy
Wayne Vaughn, Gloria Anne Kirk-
patrick, Charles Clifton White,
Doyle Land, Jo Evelyn Vl'hitten.
Leota Burrow visited Martha and
Mary Elizabeth Workman Sunday.
Mary Nelle Jennings spent the
week end in Canyon.
Wilma Shafer spent Sunday with
Marjorie Rice spent Saturday
night with Dorris Shearer.
Reba Allen visited in Floydada
I S O C I E T Y 3
HOME EC. CLUB MEETS
The Home Ec. Club mft Monday
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in the
home economics room. A short
program was given. Those taking
part on the program were Louise
Jones, Anita Seay, Martha NVOrk-
man, and Billie Maxine Rutherford.
WEE MODERNS MEET WITH
MAFIVIE RIE DAWSON
The Wee Moderns niet with Mar-
vie Rie Dawson at Mrs. VVayne
Flyntfs home Friday afternoon. In
a business mei-ting the following
officers were elected to serve for
thc next three months: President,
Florence Marie Hale: secretary-
treasurer, Betty Poffg program
chairman, Marvie Rie Dawson.
Delicious refreshments were serv-
ed to all members present.
DOROTHY JO PATCHING
Mifs Dorothy Jo Patching Center-
taincd with an informal party in
honor of Miss XVanda Scott, Fri-
day night. Refreshments were serv-
cd to the following guests: Mary
Hancock, Lucy Cloer. Marjorie
Rice, Dorothy Dallas, Willie Verna
Dallas, lone Hale. Marie Todd, Bob
Tirey, Robert Daniels, Jack Jen-
nings. E. C. Powell, Lauren Davies,
Harold VV1-ight. Junior Garrett,
Earl Cloer, XValter Lee McCune.
Karl Stewart, and the hosttss and
TEA AND STYLE SHOW BY
HOME EC. II AND III
A tea was given for about 50
ladies by the second and third
year clothing classes of the Home
Economics Department last VVed-
nesday aftfrnoon at 4 o'cloclc at
which time each girl modeled her
dress that she had made this se-
mester. Dresses made by the sec-
ond year class, were tailored. and
the third year class garments were
special occasion drtsses.
From each clothing class there
will be a dress chosen by outside
judges, according to workmanship,
as well as appearance, whose de-
signer will be sent with Miss Mill-
cr to the state style show at San
Angelo, April 24th and 25th.
SWISHER CO. PRINCESS:
MAID OF HONOR CHOSEN
By popular vote Tuesday morn-
ing, Charlie Mae Northcutt, prom-
inent member of the junior class,
was chosen princess to represent
Swisher County at the Plainview
Dairy Show April 5-9. Frances
Wilkins, also a member of the
junior class, was selected from a
group of five nominees to be maid
of honor in attendance during the
In competition with thirty-three
other teams, the.Tulia livestock
team won first place, the grain
team second, the poultry team
fourth, a11d the entire group tied
with McLean for sweepstake hon-
ors at the Texas Tech judging con-
test held at Lubbock last Monday.
Garland Preston was high point
individual in livestock, with Car-
rol Foster placing fourth. The
third member of the team was El-
mont Honea. This team won with
1720 points, with Odessa follow-
ing with 1680.
The grain judging team is com-
posed of Johnnie Poff, Robert Hale,
Will F. Graham. Crawford Kiker,
Delbert Devin, and Wilmer Stol-
tenberg were the poultry judges.
The dairy team failed to come
up to its previous standards, altho
it is believed that some mistake
was made in the final counts. Mr.
Van Zandt is investigating and re-
chccking thc matter.
The winners of the livestock di-
vision plan to enter the state con-
test at A. 8: M. soon.
6 Weeks Exams,
4 Weak Exams?
Woe-bedraggled seniors, especial-
ly, have been dealing the teachers
misery tand vice versal this week,
which is officially designated as
six weeks examination throughout
the Tulia high school. Students
have been burning midnight oil
and showing that "morning after
the night before" look all week.
In addition to the examinations,
April Fool appeared on the scene
yesterday, and sure enough, the
teachers got to play April Fool
this time. So, better luck next time
For County Meet
The Tulia track team will de-
fend its county championship
against the teams of Happy and
Krcss at the annual Interscholas-
tic League Meet to be held at
The team shows possibilities of
repeating last year's overwhelm-
ing defeat of Happy and Kress.
Tulia. won eleven out of thirteen
first places last year. Several of
last year's crew are back this year.
Among them are Butler, Nevins.
Pogue, Clower, Dallas, Hale and
Many new additions to the team
this year have greatly strength-
ened it. Some of them are VValler,
Jack Moon, Kenneth Moon, Jack
Edwards, Jess Edwards, and An-
The juniors show promise of
winning a few events.
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