Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX)

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E MISS ALICE DOUGLAS Q Clothing HAYN ES MISS SONDHEIM ISEETON Yuma' MISS LOUISE CJLENIN Musii' MR. T. G. WRAY' Manual Training E I 1 . W' If I 9UB0 -915 I2 Elf- MRS. LOUISE PRESTON Pllysifal Training - '5 I f 'f ,,, . T . f I gi!-4- Amnnnawxf-n9 i ti' l ! E? Nhgs JEWEL CAMP RIISS RIITTIE NIARSH flfjfgfy El1gjH5fl MR. J. A. POSTON Miss MAUD PETERS Malllemalics NIt1flIL'lIlLlfil'S MRs. KATHERINE Miss LORENE ROVVELL CURTIS FOLTZ , . lznglulz Hiologifal Srienrx Miss SARAH NIARSH MR. j. P. SLAQK English Hisfory . 5 X 5 R MR. E. A. LAWVER NIRS. W1LL1E V. . . M x Mffllanzral Drafwzng CORE E Jllaflffrnaiirs N. S X X -X Miss LILLIAN MRS. GRACE ATK1Ns MARTIN N Sindy ffau Spmzish If rx!! N MR. GEO. A. FOLTZ Mlss Lois TIPTON 2 Pllysiral Training English and Lalin 'Z U I 2 2 3 Z 5 8' -Aff 13 iss-- F'-q1 i N .H LCIHLDEIN' 1929 ':f E gggimmmmzfmiwfmmmmmmmmmmiaqmmszfmmmagg 5 E R R Q BOARD UF 5 O Q EDUQATHUN Q ' 2 M R Q - Q 3 MR. C. HALE, Pres1a'ent E I ig , , Q 1 . cg MR. GERRX CONNALLY E 4 L E JUDGE TOM RAMEY, JR. ? Q MR. THEL WILLIAMS ? R 7 Q Q R I 5 MR. R. W. FAIR E Q R R MR. T. L. ODOM E f 3 R i f 5 MR. J. H. BARRON E. 5 Q E 5 z ZRWRRWJRWHMQRQWQRWWRRWQRQWRQQMQRWR, 6 6 Z Z -..gif I4 Ee..- SENHORS 5 L .H 1rCIHLDG"" 1929 1 BXXQ CNN? X AXXQA Tlmo MTJSTQTM Graduating QHMSS ollf OFFICERS IDOZIER PERIJU E .... . . . President Hi-Y Club, Football, Vice-President of junior Class in 1927. TH IzL.xI .ix BR IG HT ...... I'irr-P1-rsidnzl President Glee Club, '27, Pep Squad, ,Home Eco- nomics Club, Tennis Club, T. H. C. of C., Library Club, Alcalde Staff. LEIIN N. GCJRSLINE ...... Serrefary Latin Tournament '27, Consul in Latin Club '27, T. H. C. of C., Band, Hi-Y Club, Hall Official '27, HONURS CATHERINE HIIRAIISUN . . First Honor Stuflmt l,.I5oN GIIRSLINE . . . Srrond Honor Sfudrnt D'lTfeI1mIbeIrs olf National Honor Society CATH ERINE HAR.AI.SON CLIFTON PHILLIPS I Mall YB KWNXXX N KK xxx AXXXNR Alix I I axxx 'II E -l J lv . -' wi 16 ILT" +-f e e ,-Q. ACKER, NIARY RUTH Honor Roll Club. ADAMS. NIABLE ADAMS, NIARGARET I RosE T Girls' Reserve, T. H. S. C. of C., Spelling Club, Latin Club, Sec. Debating Club, Library, Hi-Lights, Honor Roll Club. A fl BARREE, IQATIE f I BEAT., C. F. I 2,121 BIRDWELL, FLORENCE Director T. H. S. C. of C., Spanish Club, Basketball, Home Economics C l u b, Pep Squad, Yell Leader, MMI hw! rv QQ :xv Club. Music Club, Pres. Outing BRIGHT, XV1l.1,1AA1 l ui-Y, T. u. cx nf, cz Military Club, Ulee Club, Hall Official, Honor Roll Club, Spanish Club. BROVVN, Enwlx . . , . , , ll:-X, I. ll. C. of C. BL'sTER, .lorix Arts and Craft Club. BYRoN, RIILDREIJ Basketball, G i rl Scouts, Spanish Club. CARTER, HOWARD Vice President of Spanish Club, Track. CARPENTER, FRED Hi-Y, T. H. C. of C. n I E 'ff fl ,AO- I J I X -w-A 'l' Y JL 'Fbf C V JI LQHLDHM' 1929 CASEY, LFSSIE O. CHQYTE, HIESTER Ycll Leader, Home Fco. Club, Pep Squad, Honor Roll .Club, Spanish Club, 'If H. C. of C., Glee Club, Outing Club. CR.-XVVFURD, LIQHN DoN,x11L'12, jnrizs UFSTES, ilIII.DRI?!J Pep Squad, Home Eco. Club, Ulee Club, T. H. C. of C., Spanixb Club. FLOVVFRS, NVIRGIE BIAE Girl Scoutx, Glen' Club, Honor Roll Club. FR ENQH, JACK nf' -' x. ,Q- O i5l'TJ W C .sf .Gig S. ,'. Q, t ns- ' A . wry - - -. - 3,3 , , fir' W Cilee Club, Science Club. Qi .. '5 in Y., up -1? 0 T X., ...,. , if I A Q, 'ff V -mfs: R j A' 42 ff, -I I M D '- ff F--"5 fs, 4I.,, ' pw.. , . fr.-R...-R J if!! ,':,j,7""' " ' ' Q 3 HARALSON, CATHERINE Pres. Honor Roll Club, Latin Club, Director T. H. C. of C., Hi-Lights, Pep Squad. HAYES, H.ARRX' Honor Roll Club, Orclies- f 1 w w tra, I. H. C. of C. H L'oHEs, FRANCES RUTH Spanisb Club, T. H. C. of C., Glee Club. ,IoNEs, CLAYTON H1-X, I. H. C. of C. Spanish Club, Basketball. LEVVIS, IDURRIS Ulee Club, Arts and Crafts Club, T. H. C. of C. L1 NUSAY, ERN EST LUNGL EY, GEORGE if Z 'Q .J 1 ffl A W T l 1 A 4 4 .fr 455' -.fad rl laf- f., Ib ,- '74' 'l'liI- S SQ - A .l -Yi?-YT, .II L11 fl ,lrl IGM Iwzw El Q , nhl BICNIILLAN, CTEORGE Military Club, Spanish Club, Glee Club. PHILLIPS, CLIETIJN Latin Club, Hi-Y, Yard Official. PIERCE. THELAIA Home Eco. Club, Spanish Club. RICE, EITITH Pep Squad, Home Eco. Clllb, Tennis Club, Span- ish Club, T. H. C. of C., Glee Club, Honor Roll Club. RICHARDSON, NINA EVELYN Girl Scouts. Romsox, RUTH HAZEL Spanish Club, Home Eco. Club, Glee Club, Girl Scouts, T. H. C. of C. Pep Squad. SCOTT. LLYCILE Spanish Club, T. H. C. of C. SHANK, Rox' T. ll. C. of C., Military Club, Hi-Y. SMITH, ELIZABETH ft w I .. I. ll. C . of l.,l1Irl Scouts. SIAIAIIINS, ESTHER Spanish Clllh, T. H. C. of C., Spelling Club, Hall Official. 'lSHARPIZ, CISIPIOMAS CLYIIE Hi-Y, I.atin Club, Glee clllll1, Ilall Ufficial T. H. C. of C. XVEAKLEY, ELWOOD Ili-Y. XVI-IAM, RIILDRED -I EANNE Pres. Pep Squad, Tennis ClIIb, Spanish Club, Home Eco. Club, Basketball, Glee Club, T. H. C. of C., Outing Club. VVI L EY, CLARIC E Spanish Club, Glee Club, T. H. C. of C. x -- .fe Y M- . E 1 -..QE I9 EQ...- .H IJCIHLDGM' 1929 H1 1.-. 1:1 H Q N, H7 ViFli1lfB SCGIUUTOJF' Glass Ulf OFFICERS CUULTER RIATTHEWS . . . Presi111'1zt,F1zIl Trrm Military Club, Basketball, Football, Track. 1 I I FRANK REEVES .... Pl'FKiI1F7lf, Sfrrilzg T1'1'111 Vice-President Freshman and Sophomore Classes, President Spanish Cluh '28, Director T. H. C. of C., I Football, Alcalde Staff. ' 1 FORREST REYNOLDS . . I'i1'1f-P1'11si11'f1zt, Spring Term ' I BERNICE DEW ..... . . Sl'l'I'l'fIU'j' F Director T. H. C. of C., Pep Squad, Librarian, Latin Club. 9 L 0 N ft oiuuuisell tho Sreriiuifoivs 2 . Z E!l'?7l'II long j7l'll!'S -1c'1"1111 f1111'.s'11111l 9 lvlll' 111.11011 of 1'11j1s 111111 gozwzs, 111111 11010 our l'0lIl'f'if ll'ilI be our flfffwzl, , U11f1'ss lII'IlA'ffl' llIl'Il.l'llI'l'.l' Ilfl' 11.v1'1l. , ,f S1r11i111's llllill' Il right to Ill' f7l'OlHI.' C lfvlzy, 1l11'y'1-1 going out ill fill' 1c'o1'l1f.' f Bllf lh1fy'1I l11'!t1'r Ill' sure f' , , . . f .Q I hat the 901011, 101111 IILS 111111, lx fl 1'1'o11'11 1115117111 of ll shrozulf 1, Hfillfllfl' 311' 1'os1'l11111s 'whiff' yr lllll-Y." f Yrs, 111111 1'11! your 1'11l'1' also, 1, B111 ser tha! II11' l't'!l.S'0l1 g, 3 Of llzis s111'111i11g 111115011 jg i If to sniff if from 1i1'1111y. f 9 9 Q -MARY H. HUGHES 9 1 ? 3 1 ' i n 1 a - Y -V T f - 'A-.1 - I -. All -lT4,.- 4, 20 J, ii-j HLQHLDEIM 199.9 7.1-,, ADAMS. ELSIF Spanish Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Honor Roll Club, Sec. Spanish C I u b, Al- calcle Staff, Hi-Lights. ALEXANDER, LAT T. H. S. C. of C., Hi-Y, Football. ALLEN, F. VVILLIE Band, Glee Club, Military Club, T. H. S. C. of C. ANIJERSIJN, V SAMUEL M. Spanish Club, Honor Roll Club, Director T. H. S. C of C. APPERSON. H ELEN LOUISE Latin Club, Alcalde Staff, Glee C I u b, Hi-Lights, Honor Roll C I u b, Pep Squad, Basketball, Latin Tournament. BALFoLvR, RUTH Spelling, Club, Girl Scouts, Basketball, T. H. S. C. of C. BARTUN, FINIS Hi-Y, M i I i t a ry Club T. H. S. C. of C., Spanish Club, Class Football. BEAL, H.'XRRX' Latin Club, Hi-Lights, Iii- Y, Director of T. H. S. C. of C. BIQKLEY, Lois Home Eco. Club, Spanish Club. ISR.-XIJSHAVV, Tom Military Club. BROOKS. Rum' BUTLER, L. A. AIR. Hi-Y, Basketball. R ,L 2:1 T -:elf 21 Tia..- 'Illia ,L 9 JI LQHLDGM' 1929 BUTLER, LCCILE COLE, GILBERT Latin Club, A. L. G. Club, Hi-Y, Fgotballv L 3 r i 11 Pep Squad, Give Club. Club, T. H. S. C. of C. Music Club. A QCLARK, ADELINE COOK' HELEN Pep Squad, Spanish Club, Music Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Honor Roll Club. CLARK, TXIARVEL CRQW, RACHEL Spanish Club, Basketball. Spanish Club' T, H, S, C, of C., Home Eco. Club, Honor Roll Club. CLYBURN, PAYE CULPEPPER, EDNA Co ,Li ' 1 BBE OL IE DANIEL, EUNICE M'l' ' Cl b S Cliifyaiiz H.uS.'C.psEu3 Home Eco. Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Glee Club, A Latin Club, Tennis Club, Sec. and Treas. of Pep Squad. COHEN, RIARY DARK, ESTELLE f Spanish Club, Miisic Club T. H. S. C. of C., Camp- ' Librarian, T. H. S. C. of fire Girls, Latin Club, 4 C., Glee Club, Pep Squad, Honor Roll Club, Patrol f Home Eco. Club, Leader of Girl Scouts, Hi-Lights Outdoor Girls. Z 5 6 Z 0 Z i C J -., 21 ll ..- -A., 22 ,f 'lllit-TY-ic xa ,, JI 1JLlH1rDfZli"" 1939 El 3 DEAN, Lot'1sE Ci.-XBBERT, NIILDRED Vice-Pres. Freshman Class, Glee Club, Home Eco. Vice-Pres. M usic Club, Club, Pep Squad, Arts and T. H. S. C. of C., Girl Crafts Club, T. H. S. C. Scouts, Vice-Pres. Honor of C. Roll Club, Pep Squad, Li- brarian, Tennis Represen- tative, Basketball, Alcalde Staff. IDEBORD, M.-uzjokua GAFVORD' FRANCES Spanish Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Honor Roll Club, Alcalde Staff. DELAND, LEAH GNN, CUPAL Honor Roll Club, Patrol Backegball. Leader of Girl Scouts, Latin Club, Librarian. DELAY' MARTHA CiOL'RLEY, CARRA. A- L- U- Clglb. Muiiv Spanish Club, T. H. s. c. 17? gllulhb COEsg1l in Lal! 1 n of C., Tennis Club, Music ' u , 1 rarlan, res. Cl L 4,1 pl b. I Honor Roll Club, Pep ul ee U Squad, Hi-Lights, Vice- ' Pres. T. H. S. C. of C., y Alcalde Staff, Sponsor of f Basketball Team. ELLIOT ANNIE GoL'RLm', Vivmx , n 1 4 ' . Sec Home Eco Club 'I' T. H. S. C. of C., Latin ' . 4. ' ', ' f Club, Home Eco. Club. 515' 9 of C" PFP Sclfmd' lenms Club, Librarian, Glee Club. X FAULKNER, OD.AVIE CEREERI CARL -V' Spanish CIu,b. Home 1200- Latin Club, MilitaryClub, ff Club. Debating Club, Ulf? Class Football, Pres. Fresh- 7, Clllb, HS S- Of C-. man Class, Football. ep qua . Q1 g Z 5 2 Z4 5 2 f 3 . tif! Sl liz.- -hqlk 23 If t IJ Ala .H DQHLDEIM' 199.9 l I QE' Q. ciRl.Xll2S, STE.-xnrm' Hall Official. HARAIAN, TAI.-XZIEI. Spanish Club. H.-uuus, AGNES Alcaltle Staff, Pep Squad, Sec. of Librarians, Sec. Latin C l u b, Hi-Lights, Pres. Camp Fire Girls, T. H. S. C. of C., Honor Roll Club, Declamation Club. HILL, XV. N. Hi-Y, Cl a s s Football, Class Basketball, Class Track. HOCLYTT, JUSTINE HOLLEY. RUTH Spanish Club, Glee Club, Home Eco. Club. 2:1 F ? 2 H.'XRTlJN, CIZCYI. l:.XYli HOLLIMAN, CSR.-XCE f.- fgl I V NX Latin Club, Honor Roll Spanish Club, T. H. S. C. f 1 N, Club, Hi-Lights, Latin of C., Honor Roll Club, ,I X 11 Tournament. Home Eco. Club. ff tw C f N l I , 2 , , . X H, 1 1 ' ' I xx xrs, Brrn HOLTJ EVELYN Q tl, Spanish Club, Honor Roll ., . X Club, Home Eco. Club, IQ H' S' C' Ol C" Home f V W - - Lco. Club, Pep Squad, lilac Klub. , , X 1 P Tennis Club. X , , ' X ' X 4 1, A+ HILL, lXI.xRcELI.,x HORTONI DAISY X Wi" 'l'l"". MPN? Club' om scouts, T. H. s. c.0f ff X, 1. H. 5. c. of c., cave . X ., . . C., Honor Roll Club. , C lub, H1-Llgbtx. d ' Q Z S 9 3 .-I If, U 3-l if' ' TFT Dr ' JI LQHLDEIM 1939 'H E All il I llll HUDIPLE, HILIJREX' Declamation Club, Band Member. HUDSON, HINES Hi-Y, Science Club, Baseball. HUGH ES, MARY Latin Club, Music Club, Spelling Club, Honor Roll Club, Pep Squad, T. H. S. C. of C., Debating Club, Declamation Club, Glee Club, Home Eco. Club, Alcalcle Staff, Hi-Lights. JACOBS. MILIJRED Spanish Club, T. H. S. C. Of C. JOHNSON, 'TILDEN Orchestra, T. H. S. C. of C. JONES, CLAUD Hi-School Quartet, Latin Club, A. L. G. Club, Glee Club, Tennis Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Pres. of Soph- omore Club, Pres. Hi-Y, Hi-Lights. TQELLY, HENRIETTA Latin Club, Tennis Club, Debating Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Pep Squad, Glee Club. KRL'MHOr,z, ROSA. Spelling Club. LEWINE, REGINA T. H. S. C. of C., Latin Club, Girl Scouts, Ulee Club, Pep Squad. LONG, TOM Football, T. ll. S. C. of C., Military Club. LOvE1,,xm', R. L. JR. Hi-Y, Football, Basket- ball, Track. LOWRY, OTTO Band, Class Football. E 1 4 J t YO xi CX l lWf I ff ffff ,f .J - l-1. -..Qt 23 IF..- ,-5 ll ..-.f,.-f 'fW+. - ' Ji1JLlJilfIJEI"" 199.9 I., E l I.L'cAs, RICHARD Consul of Latin Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Honor Roll C I u b, Hi-Lights, Hi-Y, A I C al d e Staff, Latin Tournament, junior Mem- ber National Honor Socie- ty, Spelling Club. Ix'ICCI.L'RE, ,IEAN ETTIE Spanish Club, Honor Roll Club, Latin Club. MCMAHON, bl.-XNIE Glee Club, Spelling Club. LICRI.-XHUN, .lL'ANl'r.x Glee Club, T. ll. S. C. of C., Spanish Club. ll I .xI..w,x N sos, S L' 5.1. N NA Latin Club. KIESSER, R.-xYxioNn T. H. S. C. of C., Spanish Club, Military Club, Class Football, Hi-Y. ,, -,- , IVIESSER, Ross A. T. H. S. C. of C., Spanish Club, B a n d, Football, Vice-Pres. Hi-Y. MILES, RUBY Spanish Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Home Eco. Club. RKIILNER, LETHA IXIAIT T. H. S. C. of C., Spanish Club. M L'L1.1Ns, REGINA Sec. Spanish Club, Glee Club. NICRPHY, LANCE L. NEELY. H.AZEL Spanish Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Home Eco. Club, Girl Scouts, Honor Roll Club, Pep Squad, Librarian. - 1 -1----.,.1'---- - - 26 hs..- F ,rf-J - -iii .H Q1JLlIlIflHi"' 1929 if D NETTLES. li.-XTHRYN Spanish Club, Home Eco. Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Glee Club, Pep Squad, Tennis Club, Patrol Lead- er of Girl Scouts, Patrol Leader of Outing Girls. NEWMAN, Doms Spanish Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Arts and Crafts Club, Outdoor Girls. Onoxi, IQATHRYN Latin Club, Spanish Club, Pep Squad, Librarian, Honor Roll Club. CDWEN, ID.-KN S p a n is h Club, Military Club, T. H. S. C. of C. PARKER. LUQILLE Pep Squad, Girl Scouts, Librarian of Glee Club. PECOT, JEWEL Glee Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Hi-Y. PIERCE, AOL'lI.I..A Spanish Club, Director T. ll. S. C. of C., Spelling, Club, Military Club, lli-Y Club, Track. l'o'rT1zR, l"lAZlEl. EXLINE Spelling Club, T. ll. S. C. of C., Home Ilco. Club. PowE1.1., l"llfI.l2N Latin Club, Director of V 1 N N 1 , I. ll. S. C. of K., Qilee Club, Pres. of junior Class. QL'A1'T1,EmL'M, -I L' .xN1T.1. Honor Roll Club. R iiYNo1,os, l"oRREsT XV. Glee Club, 'I' u m b l i n 5, Squad, Yell Leader, De bzlting Club, Foo t b il l l Baseball, Alcalde Staff. Rm: NGS, ANNA L,xL'RA A. L. G. Club, Girl Re , serves, Spelling Club, Glee Club. -elf 2 7 r a .H LQHLDEIM 1929 TL 1 YL, RILEY, NORRINE T. H. S. C. of C., Honor Roll Club, Girl Scouts, Glee Club, Declamation, Hiker's ClIIb, A l c al d e Staff, Pep Squad, Latin Club, Tennis Club. ROBERTS. ELIZABETH Secretary Freshman Class, Latin Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Vice-Pres. Honor Roll Club, Tennis Club, Girl Scouts, Alcalde Staff. ROTH, ETT.-X Spanish Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Honor Roll Club, lVIusiC Club. RUMIIO, BENTON Glee Club, Football, Track. RUMIQO, VV. B. SALEH, ALIZERT Military Club, Spelling Club. if SALEH, BIOSEPHINE Spanish Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Home Eco. Club, Glee Club, Pep Squad, Basketball. SANDERS, NTARY OPAL Honor Roll Club. SEALE. GENEVA Home Eco. Club, Glee Club, Honor Roll Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Class Basketball. SHELEY, JAMES Military Club, Latin Club, T. H. S. C. of C., HI-X, Basketball. SIMMONS, DURLEY NV. SIMMONS, FAY T. H. S. C. of C., Tennis Club, Latin ClIIb, Glee Club, Pep Squad, Library. M W XNXX RN I 'Il lKA yt C -. tty.-Q' . " . 'N 'ff CK TS C59 28 - i 5 N 5+ X l X X .N NI :Xi- .N x 2 Z 2 9 SAIITH, EDVVIN SMITH, LLOYD Spelling Club, Sec. Mili- tary Club. SPENCE, ELIZABETH Hi-Lights Staff, Librarian, Pres. Spelling Club, Sec. T. H. S. C. of C., Honor Roll Club, Debating Club, Girl Reserves, Latin Club, Pep Squad, Tennis Club. ST.-xNEoIzn, SAM H. STAPLES. GLENN Basketball. STEIN, LABELLE Spanish Club, Librarian, T. H. S. C. of C. STONE, VoN P r o pg r 11111 Committee of Spanish Club, Hi-Y. STov,xLL, ,IAQK Yell leader, Ulee Club, Quartet, Music Club, Ten- nis Club, Hi-Lights, Hi-Y, Spanish Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Military Club. STRANGE, FRANCES Glee Club, Pep S q u a cl, Honor Roll Club, Latin Club, Pres. Debating Club, Spelling Club, T. H. S. C. of C. SWK-XNN, C.xRRoI.I, T. H. S. C. of C., Spanish Club. TAYLOR, CATH ERIN E Sponsor Football Team, S p a n ish Club, Tennis Club, Music Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Home Eco. Club, Class Basketball, Pep Squad. TAYLOR, ,I ESSIT T. H. S. C. of C., Spanish Club, Honor Roll Club, Spelling Club, Hi-Y, Al- Calde Staff. T Q 7' ,ff 2 1 -7 J I ff 4. Z Z4 Z z The fl :S T ' C 1- ,HLftIH1'.'DGI"" 1929 Y i if El G TERRY, HCJBIER LEE T. H. S. C. of C., Foot- ball, Sec. Declamation Club, Glee Club, Hi- Lights. THoA1As, RoI.ANn C. A, rs s A. L. ti. Club, I. H. S. C. of C., Football, First Lieu- tenant of Military Club, Class Football, Basketball, Class Basketball. TL'RNER, Ross C. T. H. S. C. of C., First Lieutenant of M il it a r y Club, Class Football, Class Basketball, Baseball. VE.-XSEX', LDLETA ,Q A A ,-4 I. H. S. C. of C., lull Scouts, Latin Club. XVARREN, Lu.1.1AN IRENE Glee Club, Home Fco. Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Basketball, Pep S q u a d, Latin Club, Class Basket- ball, Tennis Club. XVATK1Ns,ST11.1.A1AN T. H. S. C. of C., Latin Club. XVE1ss, BIARY Girl Scouts. XVH1TE. HowARo "PETE" Sec. and Treas. of Hi-Y, Pres. T. H. S. C. of C., Hi-Lights, Alcalde Staff. eg-Q 30 lg? .- F XV1LsoN, LoL'1sE T. H. S. C. of C., Latin ,l Club, Ulee Club, Pep 4 Squad. Q I l VVn-soN, REBECCA F Girl Scouts, Spanish Club, I Home Eco. Club, Glee Club. V VVOFFORD, LAFAYETTE T Spanish Club, Pres. Dec- f lamation Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Basketball, Military f Club. , lr 7. f VVo1.E, FLORENCE f Latin Club, Vice-Pres. K' Glee Club, Sec. Honor fl Roll Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Declamation, Hi- V-"' Lights. Y I 6 2 ,fo 2 tl L f- X .H I.rCIHL'DEI"" 1939 'S NVOOD, ,IACC VVRIGHT, JOHN T. H. S. C. of C., Spanish T. H. S. C. of C., Hi-Y, Club, Glee Club. Baseball Yell Leader. YARBROLOH, DONALD VVOOD, VIRGINIA VICTOR LAVON Science Club, S p a n is h Treas- Glfe Club, PCP Club, T. H. S. C. of C, Squad- Honor Roll Club, Alcalde Staff, Camp Audubon Trip. WOODWARDI ALICE Y.xRlz..OLc.H, FRANK I ELIZABETH Military Club, Hi-Y. Latin Club, Home Eco. Club, T. H. S. C. of C., Librarian, Hi-Lights, Honor Roll Club. if' SENHUR SAGACTTY X , X ADAMS, ELSIE-An excellent student. 'Z' DARK, Es'l'ELLE-I would rather be than seem X ALEXANDER, LAT-He's so happy he makes to be. x you happy. DEAN, LOUISE-She's all excitement. S ALLEN, VVILLIE-VVhy worry? DEBORD, MARJORIE-Our artist. I N ANDERSON, SAMUEL-JLISI "Tubby." DELAND, LEAH-A persistent worker who in- N APPERSON, HELEN LOUISE-ANd then a hearty variably reaches her goal. N laugh broke out. DELAY, MAR'l'HA-PF8Cl0LlS gems come in s BALFOUR, RUTH-Another case of brains. small packages. BARTON, FINIS-I laugh all day long. DEW, BERNICE-As essential to "Red" as his Q BEAI., HARRY-I can be hateful, or I can be nice. freckles. ,X BICKLEY, Lois-A Spanish "Senorita." ELI,lO'l'T, ANNIE-The "Elite" girl. BRADSHAW, TOM- His disposition is better FAULKNER, ODAVIE-AKOHC great art of conver- ix than gold. sation is silence." X BROOKS, RUBY-Intelligence sparkles in her eyes. fiABBERT, MILDRED-just "Tom's girl." BUTLER, L. A. JR.-A "Starville" man. CiAFFORD, FRANCES-She is one who does her N BUTLER, LUCILE-Always willing to do her own thinking. X part CTINN, OPAL-She believes in silence above all X CLARK, MARVEL.-ShClS faithful to the end. things. N COBB, LOUIE-The teachers' despair, the girls' CTOURLEY, CARRA-Sweet of manner. tormentor, and the boys' friend. GOURLEY, VXVIAN-A fascinating blonde. N COHEN, MARY-Her smiles are always evi- QEREER, CARL-The future Latin professor. X dent. GIKIMES, S'I'EADI.EY-U'-Ixll3IlS my weakness now." S COLE, GILBERT-.A "Mum Special, pirate." LIARMON, HAZEL-"Gentlemen prefer blondes." -' COOK, HELEN-Begone, dull books, for you I HARRIS, AGNES--just count her beaux! Z have no longing. HORTON, CECYYI.-AD0thCf proof that brains 2 CROW, RACHEL-She's a quiet, dignified girl. do not depend on stature. 6 CULPEPPER, EDNA-"Red Pepper Edna." HAYNES, BETH'-A cheery disposition. f 2 DANIELS, EUNicE-The shortest answer is HiLL, MARCELI,A-F3lfhfUl is she to each 9 doing. small task. Z r l ' .srf lf' 31 Ing 3 JI IJQHLDHN' 1929 J if '1 HILL, VV. N.-"Bubba." 'Z' Reeves, FRANK-Many receive adviceg few E HoCU1"r, JUSTINE-A dependable girl. profit by it. i'IOLl.Y, RUTH-She may be quiet, but you REYNOLDS, FoREsT-"Married man." know she's present. Rinmcs, ANNA LAURA-"Did you drink your HOLLIMAX, ciRACE-ODE of her most becoming water today?" virtues is optimism. l RILEY, NORRINE-Even her failings lean to i'iOI.T, EVELYN-Neat in dress. virtue's side. K HOR'I'ON,DAlSX'-LAII' shelives upto hername. RoBER'1's, ELIZABE'I'H1'ixY0U know, the Cotton HLIIDDLE, HILDREY-He's the business man. Belt is the best road." HUDSON, HINES-Those laugh that win. Rom, E'r'rA-A scholarly student. HUGHES' MARY-Thefeis 3 twinkle ill her CNC' RUMBO, BENTON-"There'll never be another that bodes mischief. v I ' Mr. pmtonj' Iacons, M1qLi.iREn-Slie has friends and still RUMBO, VV. B.-A friend worth having. more iflends' , SALEH, .AI,BER'l'-"I thought spring hats were Ionxsox, I Il.lJEN-Qlllgb and reserved. I straw-- -Iosetsgnglatilm-A real friend and a real bari- SALEH' JOSEPHINE-Full of fun and laughter. KEl,l.X', HENRIEWA-Service with a smile. ?'ANmLRs',OPAI'-Vve have, 3 iteadfast friend' IQKUMHOLZ, RosH-The wee, black-haired elf. bEM'E' GENEVA-And Sheb shvckl, LEWINE, REGINA-Some say she wants to re- SHELBY' JAMES-Hs who ,Cant ilve on love duce, but we think she is delightfully x alone deserves to the In 3 dltch- plumpi Emmoxs, II2URLEg?Vi'hat more could ytfju ask? LONG, TOM,,--C-api' Long. IMMONS, wi.Y-- e is not enormous, ut one LOVELADY, R. L., JR.--Xnrhfll the candles are lflokh Ht hef- Out, all ladies are fair, SM1'1'i1, EDWIN-From VVinona. LOVVRY, OTVO-Do you need a musician? SMITH, LLOYD'-'iB35hfUlH Llvyd- Lucas, RICHARD-His friendship really means EPENCE, EI1aZABE"'H4A'1d thafis 'AP'-'ggi'-'i ,omethin f. TAXI-'0Rn, .AM-Quiet as a churchmouse. MCC'l1LlRE, JfiiyNNE'1"1'E-She is exact iii 111311- STAPLES, CILENN-'TWO hlllldfed p0LlIldS of ner. ' good nature. MCMAHON, JANlE1QLIiCt and studious. S'VElNr LABUILE-'The 6595 are 3 lliiigliagf MCMAHON, JUANITA-Can you desire too anywhere. much of a good thing? STONE, VON-He had the devil dancing in his 1X,1Afi-ri-HEWS, Couiyigg-lgeet man! eyes, and once the dear little man came iViAI,AV.-KNSOS, Stisaxxa-The record breaking OHI- senior for her age. STOVAUH JACK-'iC5'Cl0nf-H MESSER' RM-M0Ni,-The explode-r, STRANGE, FRANCES-Always willing to do. MESSER, ROSS-An honest countenance is the SVYAXILN, iARRr3i1.Lii li5l051'BSiiiiffillg in i'Mi55 beet 3,5 mt, owe an t e e ir .' Mn,E5, Rriinv-g"Mileg" and 'jnilef' of friend- T.fXX'I.0R, CATHERINE-Love is a wonderful ship. thing. MILNER, Le'rn,x-Theres the red, but where '1'M'I.0R. JESSE-The "Sma- arrest man." is the temper? IXERRY, i'IOMER LEE-"Maud." MULLxNs, Ranma-Her "book-larnin"' is THOMAS. R0LAND'uBi0l1dj'-H agmiiiidiiig, VEASEY, fJI.E'l'A--PZlfiCllC6 and good nature MURPHY, Lrwcr-A "Ben-Vvheeler-ite." :ire embodied in this Senior. NEELY, PIAZEI.-IFIEI' hair is the envy of all. VVARREN, LILLIAN-She has "animated eyesf' NETTLES, K.-X'I'flRX'N-T0 giggle or not to XVATKINS, S'IiXl.LMrANiHCiS still- an' how! i giggle is the question. VVEISS, MARY-She would search a whole X Newwms, Doius-A merry heart does good library to write one paper. like medicine, XVHLHS, HOWARD-Imagine him in a deaf K- Onoivi, KATHRYN--lust "Tootsie" and " 1. "., . and dumb school. X OWENS, DAN-You're just one of the finest VVILSON, LOUISE-A girl who is everywhere t boys in School, but-! known for gladness and jollity. Rf PARKER, LUQUE-She always walks Qff with VVILSON, REBECCA-She must be kin t0 Vvood- I X' the offices, row Vvilson. X Pncor, JEVVIQI.-'HA little learning is a danger- VVoFFoRn, LAFAYETTE-''Troublef' it ous thing." VVOLF, FLORENCE-Static-Sign off. X PIERCE, AQUILLA-Maybe you think he could VVoon, JACC-Boys, boys, where art thou? X not "pierce" you with his arrow of VVOOD, LAVON-That new girl. 4 friendship! XVooovvaRn, Amee-The same old Alice, , Z POTTER, ALINIS-They call her "stuck-up" for wherever she may be. l , contrast. VVR1Cm', jot-IN-Fay's weakness. 2 POVVELI., Heirs-A friend to everyone. YARBROUGH, DONAl.l7-,A "Ladies' man?" Z QuA'1"1'i.enAuM, AILiA'XI'l'A-She's quite as inter- Y.xRnRoUr:H, FRANK-Nothing there is that 5 esting as her name implies. bothers me. I ? K c -. ei! lin .- R., 32 ,, JUNHURS ?I'L"- E si ' 'gag Z 5 A Fl!" 0 :gl 1 ga 25 RQ! EW W4 16 GSW!! .flilllll 'A ,YQ 'Ui' W t il 5-. E.- . ., , i 1.-. Q Y... - : Q P Q J 4 w .. : rr. 2-5 f N,- Yami. 4. Wa' 17" ll ,, wi in '4 W' u. 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SYDNEY BORIQN, LOLISE ,V , QAIJE, I,OI'IsE , C.XRDWlZLI,, I':L'L.X I CHANDLER, LLRA I J L, A - - AA-,A,W -,-A, - A -- if -'REI 35 -Ef- Tfie ' E .11 LQHLDHM 19291 ' ,-, I , , I I I R E CON.xw,xY, RIILIJREIJ I IQ COOK, I,ON.XLlD CURBIN, LEWIS lj II I I I CORBIN, VERA NELI, I I I . QORLEY, IBERA CROOK, B. F. Ilwls, IILNEY 1 EISEN, IOA HL'R.xNKS, GEORGE I I FRIDKIN, FRANK CERAY, HAZEL N CQRAY, VVILLARIJ Q IN by W LQ HAIRSTUN, -l,xcK I I ' H.xRv1LLE, NEAL I IN V H IERRIN, fIEORGIi + X f I I I, I I I HOOGES, JOHN ELTON f I , xx I HCJLl,INSHE,IXlJ, LLOYD f' xx X Q x I I'IOVVARlJ, CI.,-XL' Ill? N 'I ff -1- -. Z UT A V Z 77 C' '-1 : 1 'N V -l,xcKsON, RUTH C ! ,nic LN ON .-dir I QONXDQS Nw X4 I rw I f j HOLLINSHEAO, .V TER ETHA ff C- Q X -s- S R i X xx. X X Tx N X I N N .xx jouxsox, HJXZIEI, -IONES, RIELBA KAAIEIH LENA MQLALYGIILIN, KI,-XRY MARIJOCK, LLZCILLE RIARTIN, ALINIJA RIEYER, ,IQHNNIL RIILLER, LoL'IsE AIILLS, NVELIJON PALAIORE, BILLY PERIJUE, DOROTHY MAE POIJNDERS, BILLY f .H LQHLDGM 1929 ' KAY, RIALII, LOVVRY, ILINCE lICC0NNE1.I,V, fJI,ENIi NI.-XRTIN, RIYRI. M,IRTINImLIf, LoL'IsI3 AIEAIJOVV, GEIIRGI3 MI'RIfHY, fJREN NASH, RUTH NDNN, ALLNI3 7 Qf 5? 1" , M 9' M, ff A 7' 4 W' .- 7 ff f, fp , ff -f ,I X, f,: I., ,I J K, I , 47 I LIJJ 'fa ff ,.. lfwm . milf 31 15, 1 2TL If l f Hain--, f-H -E-Q M L , ,, . ,1 .11 IJLLHLIIGIM 1929 REAGEN, CHRISTINE A REYNOLDS, HENRY ""' I I V 5CL'RLOCK, NORMAN ' V I W! W I R' 4 I I ? 1 SEAY. CLARA I I I SMITH, INATHERINE SMITH, MITCHELL I I I ' I SMITH, SOL I I l L 1 I rIHl'RAIONIJ, HfJYW','XRlJ "' Q F 5 I T rI'IPTON, HARVEY I I I 2 I ,,. T.-Xl,l1lERT, IRENE 3 r11ALBERT, EDITH LTRBAN. QUINN - I I 7 , , . X.-XLCHIX, -IIAI K ' XVEISS, ORA MAE f- 5, A KI XVHEIZLIZY, BESSIE A + I , i RIAE l , I 4 .X VVHITTINGTON, LIOHN f 1- '74 91 XVHITNEY, RICHARD Q. I- VVILSON, RUTH . , - Q1 - 'JL P 5' 5' I 4 2 QL1f'LLHfY-,L A A I L 'E' v- W, -v AWAY,-, ..lI.....w,....,,,,, ,, -Qz L, Y L I I I -iii 38 H xxxx f . C Il ,il 4 'mf 14" MH! fbh. 5.,,,, KW ' 5 , 1, ,1"Z'z5.- . ., A , . . " .1 51- 9- ml 5 Ml uf :f f' .,' V ri' mg? 8:41, .fx Ax " 1 if 's'ZN ,I 1' F., " df IW N .5 ji P" WZ, , f f," , I UNDERQLASSMHEN 4 "" J E . . .. , JI l.rlIH,L'Dq"' 1929 S Y - , U A-+A - V ,J ' 'V' SUPHOIXIORES ,1,,gx1 lfUq.g- Allfflllllfl Sflluh r 'z .- Allumr ,5'l.'1r111'f', Huful Puxrflr, lhfnftfrx' fan' Y1ll1u'.v, ll-vrlmzu Xurrlll 1:11112 ,N'tffl.u-f, .ilflrwmlwl JIHIIUAV, l,uu1w ff'wHmkl.',' blmffml lx'fm',' All1ILl:wl.' Hfzfwlz, ,'l,fllIll' lf.l'IllH, llulry 5l1nym1l, ,lflrml lxr1HHl:ffl:, Iffflwfl ffr.w'r,' llmul fx'um" IMI, f,11'lwu ll1'1'nl1wl lffhlr, lhlln' llfwy, .Hflnnv Slzlatllnmwzflv. 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T111 1lF'11 II 3111110-111, 111111113 H1111 b1Ilf'.' 11,1111 11111 011112 1111 lllllllt' Il b1llf'1l0I1Il1'1.' 1171111 1111' -11111116 ll 11111531 fair, X . , . 1 11111 111 11111 3111110111 -11111 111' 11111 5l11IS'1I1ll1' To 11111111' 11111111 j11'o.vf11'1' f1Il'1'1'. 1-11111 111' 1 51111 11111511 flo-11'1'1'.s' gI'0'ZC'1lI1j, Their f111'1's 1111111171111 to 1111' 51111, 9 1 I'f'll11'lllbt'I' 1111' 111151 1011-Q ago., 6 . 9 111' 1 11101151111 of 1101111 1111131 11 blugllll. 1 4 2 -.IOSEPHINE BRWKERH111-11-1. c 9 6 1 m4+1Fm on G The Tn. In Ai' 'Fam .?I1JLlHlf1JGl"' 1929 Yi occ, -L H 1 ,. . Y ,V 1 T. H. S.. Aelkieveieipfaf I92 nl'1:b -..9QtYLg..- HONOR GRADUATES OF SPRING 1928 First honor student, David lirumholz. Second honor student, Sarah lN'Ialloy. hlembers of National Honor Society: David Krum- holz, Wesley Davis, Annie Price, Floreid Wills, joe Golenternek, Elsie Loggans, Doris Williford, Carroll Kay, Bernice Boone, iWor- ris Burton, Opal Klutts, Pauline Nlarsh, Celian Loggins, Gertrude Marmar, Ruth Cardwell, Alma Brown, Velma Smith, Tennie Boring, Brannon Taylor, Sarah Malloy, Essie Hill. LATIN TO l ' RNAM ENT 1928 In the Spring of 1928 the Latin Department of Tyler High School distinguished itself by winning many honors in the annual Latin Tournament, in both the district and the state contests. In the East Texas District contest held at Palestine in April the awards Won by Tyler students were as follows: January beginners: Louise Wilie and Eleanor Luker, tie for first place. . September beginners: Hazel Gray, first place: Sunshine Neely, second place. Team prize: a silver loving cup. Second year: Bill Watson, first place, Helen Louise Apperson, second place. Team prize: a silver loving cup. Third year: Richard Lucas, second place. First year essays: Sunshine Neely, first place: Thelma Comp- ton, second place. Second year essays: Lionel Aiken, first place: Frances Strange, third place. Third year essays: Richard Lucas, second place, Stillman Wat- G-? 4, ff ff f V I l kins, third place. f Fourth year: Elsie Loggans, first place. In the state tournament the following students were awarded places of honor: Louise Wilie, Hazel Gray, Lionel Aiken. This spring the East Texas District Latin Tournament will be held in Tyler on April 12. The following students will represent J, Tyler High School in this contest: January beginners, Elizabeth . Herrin, Lulu Neil: first year: Louise Wilie, Josephine Brinker- S ' hoffg second year: Lucille Starnes, Mary Helen Griderg third year: S Hazel Gray, Ila Mallett. g 'L ?5,,,c. c S so S A c g nr lm New 42 Ffa- . 2""'i" "'L'N-,, - - QW, WfQ1TrmQ5'f ,f ' " W f5f"'6.fffg?Q2'l1l:l14QEgQNE'ffP1 ff.,N e1'?'fg W - " A -, V, A - I rfgrl Xipzif Y ,U :xxqqig yjxj-.Q , X C A J l, r 'G 15, JY f Ngsiijfp , if Xfgbw ggfgi, ff, X PJmA3g f xwwgwyuw wax n5?3?i.Zf!4 'YiY74?s9iAEWY Q lwuiijgi, NQ f Q 1 f- i IQ,,rQ- 7 w,vmJ l x wg M l + f F1 mf 1 1 Y Mi Jr! M 11 ' 3 I 3 fl W 9 , mi w f V W l H Wm , X ,T X 4 xr, w JI. V il S 1, iw, Q RQ P NIM X N1 , ' l 3 ff 2 Q! QI ff! W L n ,rl ,N 5 ' kwa! . W , www M,M H LL-x , fy MmJu!y XXQQML ,Tw,,j5 fAfQ?Km X fw ' k N .f ,fjfffb f' J x7 24e Z l ij .1659 'I 5 E 5 , NM Fr We xM ' A I I ll ll E Q ' x ' ' ij-fx . war V 'W'-' ' -'w' K""' 'm"'K"H""- 'ii H, i ..,f U mg 'f W ff 4,!,vI 4,,.. 31. fx. fr, - u X , V . Lf. I-.lx .-1 L' 'XXI' -I' fn I 1 nk Qgfr I' vu. .fA',-' ,' J, A ,.. . -,Q l 1 -m xxxxjwj .1 'W J 1 ,-lm x -0,1 .'.,,. x ,v' '11 ,."4,' .xx .n-. X., . -, ,xg ' '-':w1'w, v . ,,,..N.Iy,x xg .- . , -,A 4 v, 151, ' .ux-..,Q,x,,,w, I ..!g,. f. K-.II : M .I 4' JZ. I, HQ. , .-,xl . 4,9 Q 4',X ' , 5,9 ' A 'I , , . .J,- ' u, r .' 3.4 ,w K ,lv r. w X f A- yn. fr -4, L.. f ,f.--',:v'f 4 ",r.'. ir .,:,.gf 1 N, x l'..n,4,' 1 '.. ' w-'f 1 ' 3,2 ,',, ,-xf. . Y,L:l 'V ',:-'-fl,f,:i'l-'.5,f"W""' , ,- -'J' 3" ' , '-,lf I 'j '. 1.',.:flyAf,..V 'V :i35"5'f 7 1 , ld, Ig ,, - ' ff:ggg:,-, u ,. ,.'.-. -I. 5X ,Hwy , , M- HV., I , Wi.-., , M1 , -. f ug 1' , .. ,f.:.',-.g,. ..K "wi , 1.-'.'.,1.,'1 ,V ,x ,. ,luv--, --..',.4. -n ",1"" .f '- . " " gif..-wx - '. , ' V ,X 15. "4 -1.." . " 1, ,, Y ,,. I, . ,.,..u, , , ., v .' 'w C 3" -',-":'2:Q".-f--ffxf - ,Y ff 4' .Mn -.-., why 1. I Mx ,QNX NV fn , if N 1 x , , ,J 'iv-1, lg:- wf gf'1'. ,f.f. . -.ll 'Hx J, I Q 1 7 1 3 In .nur lim fiiwif S x fi NWN f MXN' 7 N RX 5 Q 993D ,44ql',Iz."J?uu V X51 Il ,, N -4 Wu V ' jl' 13 inf 17,3 M" ' W ORGANIZATIONS The ll RL-XRTHA IDEL.-XY NIARY HLVGHES . -IESSE TAYLOR . I1OVV.-XRD VVHITE . SOI, SMITH . . LOUISE DEAN . AGNES H.ARRIS . XV. F. BRIGHT . NORRINE RILEY . ELIZABETH ROBERTS Alumnae Staff . . . . S -OSH 46 ER..- flfslf Q . Ellif0I'-ill-Cvlliff . Jssistanl Edifor . Business Hlarzagw' xl dfvrrtising .fllalzzlgfv Jdwrtisirzg Jllarzagvr Cirrulalion .fllarzager Organizalions Editor Slaff Photographer Staff PhOf0gl'llf7h?l' . Calendar Editor Tlnfe Hfcalucfune Stag HEI.EN Lousls APPERSON . . Join Edimr FRANK REEVES . LOUISE ZARR . NIARJORIE DEBQJRID RICHARD LUCAS . COLQUIT WDOTEN ELSIE ADA1X'IS . . DONALD YARBROUGH THELRIA BRIGHT . B. F. CROOK . 4 +7 F? -- . Boys' Jtlllrlirx Cliffs' ,lfllffffifyv . . J1'ii.s'f Jrlixf . . ,frm-r . . . . Jrfixt Smzior Rf'f3!'t"Sf'lZfl1fi'l'l' Senior Represe1zt1zti1'f' .llllli0l' Rt'fJI'F.S'FIlf!Ifi'Z'l' Through the generous courtesy of the "Tyler Daily Courier-Times" and the splendid support of the student body of Tyler High School, we, the staff, have been able to publish weekly the "Hi-Lights." -will 48 lie-- OFFICERS OF THE LIBRARY CLVB THELMA BRIGHT . Prrsidwni AGNES HARRIS . Swm-mry MARX' COHEN . . . I'i1'1'-Prr'5id1'11l INA ROBERTS . . . Tl'I'lI.fl1I'l'l' The High School-junior College Library has grown in efficiency, use and interest during the year 1928-29. VVith a greater addition of volumes, there has heen a striking increase in circulation. The citizenship of Tyler has evidenced a rising interest in the library by the many donations of both money and books. As a tool for educational progress, the library has as in aim the greatest degree of efficiency. 49 5 I- L JI IICIHLDQM' 19919 Vlllqylleir' lT'lTiig Etlllfllll er' of Qommeree -. A LL..- fll Ilw OFFICERS T'TONV.-XRD VVHITAE . . Prrsiflrnt M.xRTH,ix DELAY . . lm'-Prffsiflrrzt ELIZABETH SPENCE . Sen-rtnry Miss BRYARLY . Sjwonsor RIISS EATON . . Treasurer DIRECTORS CATHERINE H,XR.eXLSON THELAIA BRIGHT Tom Loxo R. L. LOVELAIJY Tom BRADSHAW' BERNICE DEW CARL CTREER SARA BAILEY M.IxR'rHA Onmi HELEN ROBERTS TXIITCHELL SALEII NELL XVHITHAAI EIJWARIJ CHILCOTE DAVID CONNALLY LoLfIsE TDEAN NED PRICE For a number of years the Tyler High Chamber of Commerce has been an active organization in the school. It is composed of a Board of Directors and a large number of members from the student body. In every movement which is to the interest or welfare of the students the Tyler High Chamber of Commerce participates in or lends aid through sympathetic co-operation. The year of IQ28-1929 have been characterized by an increasingly active body of workers who have accomplished several definite objects. The program for this year has been: To .Vl'f'llI'f' zz Trophy ease. o hefp the I-lfrfzfzfe in fl "Paper drive." To fmt on "Pep Night." To get Il jmrking .V-17SfFlll for the srhool district. To fm! on Il nzizl-term Hi Senior Pfay. 5 if Ill NMNSXXXNI X ill lmx,, N xx xx. -..JI lm.- al 5o ,R DIRECTORS -. All ' ... 1-l JI ji' Vlllyllfe-ir' llilliimvy O P F I C E R S CI.,xL'n JONES . . . . . . Prmidrnt Russ NIESSER . . Vim-Presidmzl l'l0XVARD XVHITE . . . Smwfifzry FRED CARPENTER . . Sf:-gwzzzt-at-Az-1115 AIR. P. SLACK ........ SPOIZXOI' Conference Theme: "Conmzznzimtirzg Conmgioux R. L. Lovelady Leon Gorsline Aquilla Pierce Clifton Phillips john Crawford Roy Shanks M E M B E R S jesse Taylor Harrol Ellis Roy VVhite Jewel Peeot Hines Hudson L. A. Butler 52 Von Stone jack Stovall Richard Lucas Samuel Anderson John VVright joe Edelman I -lf? ,,- ffl Clzristimz Clzar'm'fU'." Lat Alexander James Sheley Raymond Messer Dozier Perdue VVeldon Mills fl-,Ti - t e , - I V .fi,1JcU1i,bHM 192.9 l l , ,.I. C+ 1 Q, , M, gf? hifi' x, Irllml RUZUQ Bqflllfc Bam Jffnvx, Norrini' Rl'lt'y, .Ilurtlm l7t'l.u,t', Ciuivvl Hlzrton, .-lliti' ll'ooilttw1rfl, Cl1r1'.vti11" Stm'1', I.m'1lu C111ldvr,r, Mildred Exfcs, lflniicw 17unicl.t, Rnrli lb'mflt'r', Smaxid Rmv: .lltrclrull Xolrlz, l.1n'1Ic Scott, l'11'g11'f' Fl0'1t'f'r'.t, l,!!'I'r7I1 H'rvrfd, l.m11',tt' Ilmni, f,r1iN'i'llv lfcuu, Iftllfh Riff, .llV.v, foliar, .'l1llli'.Y lltirrrt, l'iVz'J!i'v' fllnfltv, L'z'1f11i'I'i11c Hur'nl.w11, 15lIVCll'7i'f,l Slwnfc, I.i'r1l1 lM'l.nmI, .llurjmiw IPt'Hf1rfl, fiwrlicllr' llrt lurv. l4l11'1'd Roar: fitvxc Taylor, 1-'lnrrmi' lllvlf, R11'l1m'd l,ll4'1lX, lflxn' .-Idumx, Ihizxy liarton, Ifxlvlli' lhuk, ll'illa Rlicu Stmzfcy, iiIt'HL"Z'1l Smile, lxlrrlrlvuz .-lwmltl. I-lfnfflv Iw'rm': lt'u.'l1uI iIlf'ZK', llclrn l.1'l1l.XL' .ll'lu'r,mz1, Ulcfu I'l'flXL'j', ITFIIIUH Rumlvn, llrmtlicl ll'clt'11, .llury llrmlzcx, .l1nrfmn'I fIll'Hl'j', ,ll1II'LiHX .5'l111ftl.'xIt'1vrl11, Ruth llnlrlnuxou. 1. l A I I ' 1' A ii cap ull lfliie lLa1tlltlle1P lclltuila 5? 7 f i , , i , 'S OFFICERS f ,f 1 V . FALL TIQRAI V ' V l Caritiznixiz H.uz.xi.sox . . . . . 1Jl'I'.ffl!l'lIf ' hx IQLIZ.-XBETH ROBERTS . lim-P1-f.viflr111 ,f F1,oru3NcE XVOLI-' . . Sl'l'l'FfllI',l' ff l ax AGNES H,xRR1s . . . . . Rvjmrfm- P' . IXIRS. S. T. .IUNES . . Sfvozzxor Hill! Tll'IYI.YIll'I'I' 'I 1 f 1 'X , cf tx bPRiNfl TERM L ff, III.-XRTHA IJELM' . . Prrxiflnif ' fx AIESSE rIIAYI.OR . . . firr-l'rrsifIrz1t I X , . L I,OL'lSE DEAN . . bl'I'l'l'f!l7'-1' 111111 Rl'f70IAff'I' t AIRS. S. T. JONES . . . Sponsor and T'I't'!l.fIlI't'I' ,f X , :vi , . . , . . , 4 The Top of the Ladder Club is composed ot those students ot the Senior lligh School K. X who have made at least 45 points in scholarship, A having the value of IZ pointsg H, QQ and ff C, 6. At least A must have been made in Attitude. An annual event in the spring term is the ,595 Z beautifully appointed banquet, to which the members look forward eagerly. The club tries to A 4, raise the scholarship standards of the high school, to encourage others to reach the high scholax- W Z tic attainments necessary to be eligible for membership, and to make good conduct the goal of 2 the Student bodv. E U 4 f Cl ' . Y - --J A . fl - 15-.- "ali D3 15 V" 'lllit-XX P - f t -We . ., . 1 Q C .f1,1.fcLHLIJHM 1929 .442 El l l T il - 'QR A W 1 55 S K W 1 1 t A ' by Wi .-V! Ay. ' P l, 5 l V im 'fl 4? 'I ii: if ' ,J " is -..x .vi ii P41 in 1 f s If . s -a fo fa l'1r.xl lfrmx' lfxmllt' llrwrn, llvuru torlt'y, l.uuru Kidd, lfmnm Lu' Sluurz, Qllfllifllllt' Stuff, lfmily llfixixmz, llalln' l.ri' ,-ltiumx, Tllfllllll .-llllxosz. .5'r'tm1ri 1y'mi'.' Foy SIHIHIIIIIJ, iilifjlllllill !?11,vft'1'. Hr'11a'1'r'tt11 Kelly, Ciurru rfoizzlry, .-lnnlr' lfllloll, Hrlun 1,fllIllXt' .-1f'f'rr.w11, f0.tr'f'l11ir1r .gl!IL"1l, Um rllut' lVr'1'.r.t, ljllllllillt' rlllun. Tlllifll Rzfiv: llvlrn l'v:t'rll, lfrrlylr lir11t'uni,e, .lfurjnriv ll'1ll.v, hurl: Stunrfxr, llorlrt' Bulerr, tlurrr Surry. l.u1'on llluul, .llfryrlvll Sf'l'Z'L'AV, .llutilflu Srllrll. lfrfllrfll l?HIt'.' l.o1rl'.u' llvlil.X'I'H, Iflrzullwtll rYnl10l.Y, IJVHIVUII ffulll' fmlxrwl, .lluzrlufzw l'u1'lu'u11.uli. Srrntlrfnf' lllfoll, Rrwflillu .lllllflllh Iililiffl-llllll Bulsvr. Fifflz RMU: Ht'.f.YlL' illur' ll'1n'r'l:'x' H , , I,oL'1sF lVII.soN I,.xy'oN XVoon HELEN Powizri. Viyrxx ci0l'RI.EY Girls lGfllefo lclliuillnm uftfv U0lrI'it'ulvr', U'Zi'L'l1l lfosvll, I'IZ'IlI!! tiozlrltv. 0 1 9 ' Pzrsiffwzt . ylI'f'llSlll'Ff Sl'l'l'f'fllI'-17 . Ll!I!'Ill'i!l1l The tiirls' lilee Clulw of 19:8-29 has attained distinction as one of the leading musical Classes. The Cilee C'luh has lween very active this year under the skillful direction of Miss XVillterson. It has always entertained with the most interesting and delightful programs. This year the tilee Clluh presented a program at the Athletic field on Pep Night. At Christmas it presented a Cantata. Reeently it has presented programs at the National Meeting of the P. T, A., at the annual Child-VVeltare program hy the P. T. A., and also at the Professional and Business VVomen's fluh. The Girls' Cilee Cluh, which is composed of girls from all grades, meets every Tuesday and Thursday. lt is a great inspiration to the girls, and it is hoped that next year we shall have Miss Vllilkerson with us again and that there will he another class equally as good as the IQZQ Class. ,Z A f X Q9 CN 9.9 Y,,.Yi W-, Sf - Lia-- -075 D4 IJ, r - 4 u ll Xl ff Jiif in 1 1 l A I ,Hi-f-"F V V' Wff.-. t, t ' i .H 1JtU1,lf1rci"' lense-J U' " be ii 2, 7 Tllie 1929 'llqyllimv ll Ligli Stllwol Banuitl "DOL", VVITTIQ, IJil'!'l'l'01' .2 CLARINET Sisvrinx Sbxxcmifiioxis SECTION t Q 13 X. .lack Hairston Ilzivitl Hughes + N Sl1t'l'Il1Zil1 XVilli:nn:: Rznnon F1'iecllz1mle1' 'M x Richard liryarly 'linnner llertlue V' Etlwarcl Avory Xvillzirtl Rhone l Bennett Rogers Sol Smith 1 X Clyde Baker BCFINZIII Slmicltlfa K Reagan Still XVillic lftlleinzin C. Brogun Lldzill Lzingfston 41, NI . 7 'I'Rl'xi1'ET S12e'1'1ux BASS bnevriux E Champ hlcfullzirs lftlelinnii, Drunz x, David COllll1lllj' Ottf, l,1Jw1'y, Hfnx A ff g Billie xvhifesitit Inwglfife, Uffnrt, law , Alexander Hzinklieanl Rossi hlesser, :Ilia X llziry Elizabeth lXICLIllIL'llllI1 Billy Xvoml, .Jltn .,f Yvzillace Clolszin .lohn Buster, lfmitmir 1. ' I BXXQ f-NXX9 BW? CNN? Bobbie Henry G. T. lllezulm' George Shockley Rzunon Rhone J r .- 'L F , , . "Wi JJ lst '- ,te be j' i' TH E SPANISH fC'I-,7LQ'B Rlulukln XVHITNEY ........ P1-wsiflfffzt Louisa ZARR ......... I'iff'-lJl'l'XiIlt'l1f RLSIIZ .HXIJANIS . . ..... . . . Snwffzry ELIZ.-XBl?'I'I'i COBB ANU VON STONE, Pl'0yl'Illll f,v0llllI1ffft't' M155 Y.xR1aRoL'GH ANU Miss NIAR'I'IN, Sponsors THE SPELLTING CLIVE I'1l.lZ.XRIZ'I'H SPISNCE ....... . lJI'l'.YiIIt'I1f KXNNA I,AL'R.x HINDS . Srrrvtzzry Miss RIITTIIS KIARSH . Sjwnxor 4-I - I- -W 30 rf' ' ,-""' S f'g'-- -xx 'mac XL1 3 Q .HLrLIIf,1fDiiM' 19529 Y ":.i 5 , , - Q f ,Djl'ElKClLAMA'lFllUN fC'L1U B RIARCUS SHL'TTLESW'0RTH, IJ:-ffsiflwzt Hmim LEE FIXIERRY, Sw-nftfzry HA-XRRX SHL'FFoR1z, lvifl'-lJI't'3'iIft'1If Miss EI.-XTTIE uluxns, Comlf RIARIE SMITH E1.lz.x1aETH Ru1amz'1's AI.-RRY HLTGHES E1,1z,x1aETH rl-QHIIIJI-'ORD LAFAYETTE NVUFFQRI: ,, , GX' 1. LXN gf , ,A ff TN VIL: X- V, fl A if "L+ k' 'V V1 Jul . ff A. xf f, r W4 P, Q' 'Z N' V , N 'U xx , ,X-, Y N' 1""v,wrx . fo' T D LHR .l1lIf,f'fH SCHUUL URL .Hhb I RA LQ, Z flll'l4XflxHt' L'nllin.v, l'1'fH1u,' glllsx 1.c11l1',u' Iflmzu, lhmwturg l'lwl:n,x': 1.rf1r1,m' lfurluw, AIIIVV -Uvfmit, lflvzlwtll 2 4, llvrrlng, 41Iur'11urui L nffyv, Tlzunmy I1'1'I.ruu, Jlyrlmlu .N'cl'm':1, lfxum' Yfm'Hx,' L urm't,v.' J. ll. I mztlr, lluzmlug 7 6 Uffui, 11u1"1'J L uum1flAx',' f1lLU'I'llL'fX.' .lm lc Iluzuxluu, Rnyul lxll-v, Blulcu H'fmJ, Lllull I.11m1.flm1, L I-xwlu Uukw ' if , Su.z'ufl1um'x.' l1'ur!4-nip Kus,fulumm, fvlllll .S, .1Iurr1.v, H':llurJ IXIIIUIIU, 2 f Sul Smith ,' 1,l'lllllf llurulll Puttur. U 5 2 Q A2 - f? -.. -I -- 1- - WT nf rf' " "' 5 . ""' '-' ' ' - -' .r1g1fcr1I.1f1md'-" 19229 .L-fu - -- -' ' ' A- iv:-f H C72 -- --1 -- 4 1 6 - l ' Q me g2g.,xN : WA ' 4 2, .T .' 1' Q4 if 1 V in . ' JV! b Q " I! N I PEP SQVAD l'1r,xf lx'mv.' .Ywr'r:1n' lflfwy, Jnnflllfzf' Sulcll, lhfrwllvy .Y1'4l1ul.v, llmlwr llrffufr. ,llllilrml H'lmu1, Culllvrzm' lurvlur, lfnrmu Ihzrlwlx, ,Xlnrrv Lum l"vwl', ffmllffl lfhu, l.u111',u' llurtzmlulu, ,N'nm:J Hmm' lmzm Knulwl, Fmzvx' brmnmrzx, Ilu1lrn'lf11 Kully, .llllJ1'ml lfxtm, fhlutm' l"u11lk11r1', l'11'if1 .X'lnlu'y, Hurulm' llmv, .Hurflm lM'l.uy, .llmlu Xrmrlz, lfulu L11r'J1uull, llmnl lx'ff'zr: fum lf'fm1l, l,f11wf11 lf'wmI, .Uury 15,1-.Q'1llVL'f1l :'X'11'l1ul.x', l.ul1i.vu lfdlxuu, Allzldnml l,'u1flu'rt, llfzsul fHllIl.XlVH, l:'ll:f1lu'tl1 Sfwmu, .llffazvx llf1r'rl.v. Fulwtlr Rohm' l.miIu l'urln'1', llulru l,uul,w .-lffurwll, K1:fl1rAx'r1 Uflum, .xltll'YX' llzmllwx, ,llrllfu Jumxv, L'f1tl1ua'1m' llfzmlxmz. v I -v 5? f i L is '64 1 yy w YZ4 , V' '. L Y I 1' ' l 'f 1.1 .Uv I ex 1- yy . , f 1 f' I wf 1 x UI IINJUR GIRLS ' I Iwml lx'ffzv.' l'f1ul1m' Imld, ,flrzul-' lfllwtf, lfilzlh Yffllwrt, AXlm'y11:m'1 lflllffu, lfxfullu llnrlc, l..'ulr lM'l.unJ, 4 N ' lx'ulyv lllmlzux, l'11'fu'111'11 Iffzln 1 , ,Um lim ffnfy, ,Hyrluzc .X L'l'P'a'H, ,Slmfzld 161mm l.m'1'lv l'11r'krr', .Yvll lfl'mlln'r'r'y, , Kuilllrwz plrmflil, l'm':.x' lfulsrr, Ihfru .X'uu'nmu, Jlrx. .llun1'u, l1urufll.x' Nu lwlx, Ruilz Hulfunr, lrvm' Yulbrrt, lx'111llrvu .X1'lllr.x. l'l11nl fx'uu'.' Uwrfu lx'-1:wllw, .llnlflc 10:11-r, l'ur'41 .N ull Lurlfzu, lwrutlnl IILIHIIISIILWILI, 6 lfwluw I fl. Ilvll,YHH, Ulunr .Htl ffuuull, ,Um lv f:'l'Il1l1l.X', Hfrsrl l'w.x'Iul1, .llfdlll-!'l Sfu'l1u'r, l.lu-WI lm'1'm1ln'rr-V. 2 I , 6 ' z J ,A N Q V ,- Y rj Az' -'- g M """ A W" AM- 1- rn 7' gn Y - x ir- Y,-YY 7-7 Y-- -WH 5 8 EQ..- ATHLETICS vi vu Y' If Q ' Q GSA, ggi ,A gil: M5 N1?W?'vgL A L- A5512 M T lx fy y X9 A V x Y u--.luv-Y' Ll X . Y ,5 1.1 . , , 4 A 'I'Ee , J 1 v .HLQHLDKTM 1929 "if Z VT F00 FBALL GEORGE A. FOLTZ Cmrfz LE'1"I'IiR MEN 'lxrml lfvxri, Lim' fftlffllill . . , Uzzard CI.Il-'VURIJ QERECTPRY Uzmrd Dfblllill I'laRnuH . Tafklr Nunn. I'l.fxRv11,l.ri . limi fy0Ul.'I'fiR M,x1"1HEws Emi l411.l,Y S'1'.xMPs . Tafklr - FRANK REEVES . Emi cwfrfsli CAKIER . Ullflllf ' , .. i , .. . Q V ,,,, N V I V 5 ,1 4- '-ur- ,4 K' I 9. al- f f' , W .. " p. 6 2 'Z xml f EQ., --ml 60 W Ji. ,F W. . f lj. IN -5 A- 'Y ML-q,f1' 1'fj1mu1-w- 'ls-vm" f" " w E gl .xl N '4 Qi xx 'N w 4 A exxoe-xv: ax FUOTBAMIJ CATH:-:1z1Nu 'l'AYl,0R 672011501 IUREBON S'l'liI'HENSON HARRY jouxsox YICIUR NORTUN LAT A1,ExAxnEK Rm' Towms . l1II.BEk'l' Com: RULAND 'I'rmMAs Nswlux BERRYMAN LE'l"1'liR M EN , lfarkfirld Captain . . Fulllmfk Quurlfrluu L' . Flllllllll A' Ilaljiuu L' flllfflllltk f,'l'Il1l'I' . TlllnA'll' . . limi 'Y' ?"'l 'NP 15 pa- gs ..x f . 1-, - ,ls fu 7, , .H LQHLDHM 1929 ' 'i nf EQ 9 2 GTRLS BASKETBALL T H E T E A M LOUISE DEAN ........ Running Center GRACE JOHNSON .......... Guard EDNA CULPEPPER . . Guard MARY STRINGER . . . . For-ward NTATTIE THEDEORO . . . . For-ward LORENE CATES, Cafrlailz-flee! . . Foruvlrd NIARY LOL' DYER . . . . Guard CTRACE TVIORMAN . . . . . Guard lMlYRA STRINGER . . . . . . Guard MABLE THRELKELIJ, fulllfifllill . funzping Center DOROTHY ATWOOD . . . . . Running Center MARVEL CLARK ......... Farzvard The Semsonnmglmmes .mmll Scores Chandler ee.ee .d.e,,,,,..,,,,....,, 5 Tyler ............,.....,.,..e..... .,... . M32 Ben VVheeler ,,,....,.... IQ Tyler ......... 2 ,,ee 22.34. Bullard eee,e .,elllee.,, 24 Tyler ....e.,e.e ,... , ,W34 Canton .e.,.. ......,..... 2 6 Tyler e.ee....e ..,..,,... . 20 Canton ,,eee ..,el..,,,.. 2 6 Tyler .... e,,..,..... 2 7 Nlineola .l...2..,... ll2.,.llell. 7 Tyler ...,,.222 .....,,,.,e 6 1 Gladewater e22,.2e,,... O Tyler ..e. .,.,,,,... 2 Athens ,,,l.e.l 6. ....,. 3 Tyler .... e,Y...... . 28 Athens ............... ,.,.... 5 Tyler .... ,,,,.t.,ee 2 2 VVills Point .e,e,,2e 2e.2222eet22 I 5 Tyler ,,,,22222 .,.,,,2... 2 O Nlineola t.22 2 tetttett 2222e22,.... 7 Tyler ...,,2.e,. .......... I 9 VVills Point , ......... I7 Tyler ....,,.. . Bullard ......,2et. t..2... 7 Tyler ....,t.., ..,,.,,. . 42 I l e f 1 X xN.NX N XX NMXXK X XX A 90x0 SCX -'eil 62 .fl f I I Q ' fl If A P U I 1., Tg,,.- SH L, Ji LLIIILIJEIN' was '.:5:? - 1 FUUTBALL SlElASf Ulf? N28 Q ,fa .w TYLER l2 - RIINEOLA 0 The Lion's perfect aerial attack brought them a hard earned victory over Mineola to the tune of I2 to o. The aerial combination of Norton to johnson and Norton to Towles was one of the main factors in the victory. Rosy Cole made many good tackles. TYLER 82 - TERRELI, o Terrell felt the claws of the Tyler Lions, who scratched up an 82 to o victory. This game was featured by the ease in which the Lions gained territory. TYLER 18 - JACKSONVILLE I2 This game was full of action and capped by a thrilling finish. Forty-two seconds to play, an intercepted pass by Drebon Stephen- son, a thirty yard run through a broken field, and another victory for the roaring Lions! This was the hardest game played so far this season. TYLER o - N.ACOGlJOCHES 7 Playing a masterful game, but lacking the punch necessary to putting a touchdown across, the Lions went to their doom in a 7 to o defeat at the hands of the "Doches" Dragons in a beautifully played game on our home field. Tyler had the Dragons outclassed from the beginning and made twice as many first downs as their opponents, but could never carry the ball across. TYLER o - TEXARKANA 7 Tyler and Texarkana were so evenly matched that it was no certainty who the vic- tor was until the final whistle blew. Through- out the larger part of the game the ball remained in the middle of the field. ,iy,.,.- is The game was featured by the terrific line plunging of Vic Norton and the hard tackling of "Red Neck" Harville, Newt Berryman, and Tom Long. TYLER o - ATHENS 62 The Lions were swamped by the Athens Hornets by a score of 62 to o. The Hornets not outfight the Lions, outplayed but did who made 9 first downs. This game was featured by the ease the Lions had completing passes. The aerial com- bination of Norton to Reeves was a great fac- tor in gaining territory. TYLER I2 - PALESTINE IQ The Lions seem unable to crawl out of the hard luck ruts, and are defeated by Palestine I9 to 12. Considering that the Lions made I9 first downs to Palestine's 9, it can be seen the Lions could have won easily if Palestine had given us some of her lucky breaks. This game was featured by long, sweep- ing end runs by Drebon Stephenson and Harry Johnson, and the tackling of Thomas and Perdue, who tackled low and hard. TYLER o - SULPHER SPRINGS 33 The Lions took a tlrubbing at the hands of the S. S. VVildcats, who had the advantage of playing on their home field, which was covered with mud. The individual star of the game was Lat Alexander, who stopped the S. S. backs for losses time and again. TYLER o - ihi.-XRSH.-XLI. I3 The Lions lost to the Mavericks on a sea of mud. It was anybody's game, but Marshall maanged to push over two touchdowns in the second quarter. This is the lowest score made by the district champions this season. Very few first downs were made hy either team. Harry Johnson carried the ball for Tyler's lone first down! A f. fi flu ff ff l 4 J y ! ffffffff"fl"f 'fdll HJ 63 La ,- I H ,i .FI ,ULIHLIIQM 1929 V- L, SPURT TALKS Hy FRANK REEVES The Tyler High Lions basket-ball season Guy Smyre played running guard, and is as a whole was a success. The Lions, under said to be the fastest man on the squad. He the direction of G. A. Foltz, won twenty will be here next year and much is expected games and lost five. They were runners-up of him. in the District meet held at Nacogdoches. In Cl S I v f H . ,, this meet they were defeated by the Athens ' Fm? .tap es was amous as up-off mall' Hornets, who won the state championship in and ls sald to be as g00d.aS.MatthewS' He ls 1927 and 1929. After winning the state expectfd to make a good lumor College Player championship, Athens defeated the Martin next tear' Mills team, winners of the A. A. V. meet T it it held at Grand Saline. VVe wonder how many teams in District 6 The Lions were also runners-up in the know that Dreboi. Stephenson, a io second A. A. C. tournament held at Grand Saline. man, and incidentally one of the fastest men This meet was won by Martin Mills, who in the state, was practically out of the foot- later lost to the undefeated Athens team. ball line up the whole season. As he was a Of the five games lost by Tyler, Athens great factor in our showing in 1926 and 1927, won three, Martin Mills one and Mineola hls absence had a great, deal to do wlth the One' showing made by the Lions this year. Tyler defeated the Nacogdoches team twice if if if this year, these victories being the first ones over "Doches" since the Tyler High basket-ball C3Pt3lh T0m L0hgr 3 four-year letter mah, team has been under the leadership of Coach will h0t be Wlth U5 next Year- His P05ltl0h Foltz. Another treasure of the Lions is their will be Ohf Ot Coach F0ltZ'S hardest Places victory over the Lufkin quintet. Tyler teams I0 fill next year- In C'0aCh F0lt2'S Opinion. he have not been in the habit of defeating Luf- is the greatest llhemah Tyler has had Slhcf kin in hagkepball. 1925. VVe're hoping to have many more like For our showing in the A. A. U. tourna- Tom Long' but they will be hard to find' ment at Grand Saline, we are the proud rr it it possesmrh of 3 beautltul lovmg Cup' It is rumored that Coach Foltz said after Mugh Of the guggegg Qf the Ligns this year the f0Of-ball baflqllet, that he could get his is due to Captain Coulter Matthews. This boys to Play' f00t-ball 35 they ate, they wfwld was Coulter's second year in basket-hall, and be unbeatable. This. in View Of the fact that f may be his last, for he is expecting to get a some of the boys took a second or third help- "sheep-skin" before next basket-hall season. lhgr Or WHS lt fl fourth Or tltth hflplhg? At any rate, confidentially, several of the boys mcgackllcfllgilk' 2ljlE,0lllyil?s3er tgo-gigiqilsttii were sick the next day and the next day was 'no sy.rs qu ,ws . . , y- , the '28 squad. Crook established somewhat of not 3 'Choo' dai' ak if ek a record in personal fouls this year. He com- mitted only five personals during therentire The letter men have taken this way of basket-ball season of twenty-four games. ,lack Showing their appreciation to Martha DeLay, full he hack flext yezlr and Should glve WSH' our basket-ball sponsor, and Mrs. DeLay, mg teams 'tum 3 hlt of trouble' who were largely instrumental in making the "Sheriff" Gregory played guard all this banquet a success. As the banquet was held season. He is one of the fastest men in high at their lake home, we also take this time to school, and well known because of his "Crip" thank them heartily from the bottom of our shots. hearts. . +P HK' al? Harry Johnson was Crook's running mate at forward. Ilarry was second high point man The ten-semester rule will affect our team of the season. He was usually under the goal greatly next Year. uninglei. Towlex a back- Fialtlllg .fm 3 P35535 Sflml at the ball was field -man of' much promise, will be barred J in the air on the tip off. from foot-ball next year because of this self- Lilburn Davenport was the fifth man on same rule. This year was "Dingle's" first S the "zo" quintet. He played guard, and there- year, and with the experience obtained this S fore did not score many points, but he was a year, he would have made a back of excep- 0 Wifi giiiirti. tional ability. 5 'K -, f ' ,lig .- Ll- 1 E T URIES Q, if x B 1 - I, I 1 E J. 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O, "spirit" ran high in our first pep rally! ' Oct. --"Dignified" seniors have class organization and elect officers. I ' Oct. I71ThHf Honor Roll picnic! Bliss Peters champion broadjumper-lylrs. Jones champion wiener and pickle eater-just imagine! Mrs. jones made Harrol Ellis think. Oct. IQ-PCD Nite with fun for everyone-and thrills galore! Oct. I8--Alll1Ll2ll camera break-up! First pictures taken for Alcalde. Oct. -lNIr. Jameson of Georgia speaks to us about scout summer camps. Oct. 26-Everybody excited about that football game--then the lylarshall "special" comes through with "good" news. 9 Nov 2-SBIR! for senior rings. Z Nov 22-SCI1l0I' class meets. Folks, you "must" buy Alcaldes! This thing has to be 2 financed! Q Nov 26-The usual Thanksgiving drive for the library. Students, the library needs more books. Dec. 6-They've arrived-why, our senior rings! f' Dec. 7-Football boys are rewarded with a banquet. Eat? Well--! Dec -High-Ho-Old Santa Claus comes to see us and sings, too! Dec -We are reminded of the spirit of Christmas by a delightful Cantata I rendered by the Girls' Glee Club. Dec -VVatch out, folks-! 'ACrooks for a month" presented by high seniors. Z jan. Terrible! VVhat Bliss Rowell meant when she wrote in her note-book- "7th p.-ready for murderf' I Jan. 9-Buffet supper for Alcalde Staff! Did Nliss Peters and Donald Yarbrough 1 eat "very" much? Z Jan. io-Night before exams. Learn four and a half months' work in one night! Z jan. I7-VVe lose some dear friends-lVIid-term Commencement. 2 'Z X ' . 7 V 'nl '- lv-.- -ref, ,2 ,5 la, JIDQHLDHM 1929 I T iz' Jan. 29-Chief Red Fox-A delightful gentleman! E Feb. 2-Football boys presented with those grand and glorious "T's." Feb. 5--Honor Roll club elects spring officers, and what about spring activities! Feb. 7-VVho is going to be "Everybody's Friend ?'! Feb. I2iHOI10l'CCl by a visit from Judge Estes. Feb. 20-Notice! Last order for senior rings. Nlar 5-Basketball boys presented with silver cup for victories won at A. A. LI. meet! They also received little silver baslcetballs-temporarily? lllar. 6-O those sweaters! The basketball girls were "lucky"-an' howl lNIar. 8-H. E. III A class has luncheon for pre-school children-They behaved very nicely-Ahem! lN'Iar. I3-Oh, those darlcies from Tennessee-what a band! lylar. I8-VOIC "for" the Bond Issue! liar. IQ-At last! The arrival of those senior rings and pins. Nlar. 20-High Seniors elect new president and vice-president-Three plays to be presented-Nloney for that Alcalde! lVIar. 21-MF. S. M. N. IVIarrs gives interesting address-Hlieep your face toward the sun and you will never see your shadowf! hflar. 22-Alld now something else-baseball season! liar. 26-Spring is really here-Tennis Club is organized! llflar. 27-Rehearsals begin for those senior plays that everyone must see! i Apr. I-All Alcalde work finished-AT LAST! X X Q fb f E Cf'-Z3 S s . x SKEEZIX: "Why don't you put your slicker on, Tootsie?" I X 'FOOTSIEZ "I can't. I got a book in one hand and it won't go through the sleeve." , N COULTER: "Can I see that book I had last week?" I S LIBRARIAN: "Sure, was it fascinating?" COULTER: HNO, but it's got l'vIary's phone number in it." X IYIISS KEETON: "VVhy do elephants have such big trunks?" JACK TERRELL: "VVhy they came all the way from India." Q . . ,. Z NIR. VVEBB: "I told you yesterday I'd give you one day to hand in that theme. 7 JACK STOVALL: "Yeah, but I thought I could pick any day." fi f 4 r .Ji liz..- -- D-gl 1, K The JI IJCIHLDQM' 1929 F .I KES E L. ...,ggfi39..- LOIQIE COBB: "lNIiss Peters, when are we going to study them imaginary things in Algebra ?" INIISS PETERS! "Some of the students don't know the real things yet." 59 iii' Sk HOWARD CARTER: "Harrol, you were almost beaten by Athens Friday, weren't you?" I'I.-XRROI, ELLIS: 'lVVere we? VVe certainly did smell 'defeat'." NILXRY COHENI' "lNIrs Foltz I' d" ' ' d " I . I . I . , ve lhLOWClC a pun. INIRS. FOLTZ: "VVhat is it, hilary?" DIARY: "Feihling solution makes one blue." IXIARY HLTGHESI "I believe that you have oasis teeth." Doizis NEWAIAN: "NVhy?" IVIARY: "They are so few and far between." IYIARTHA DELAY: "How on earth do you keep your feet from going to sleep, Florence?" FLORENCE VVOLF: 'KI don't let them turn in." - 7 ek- ik f TOOTSIE IDDOMZ "Do you want to see something swell?" ' Miss KEETON: "Yeah." 5, FFOOTSIEI "Put a sponge in water." ? Ei? Pk ik f LOUISE VVILSON: "I read of an invention of a compass for pickles." NIR. POSTON: "For what purpose would a compass on a pickle serve?" f LOUISE! "VVhen one bites the pickle, the compass shows which way the juice will f squirt." f X fi? iis f QIANIES' girl has just turned him down. X DAVID CONNALLY: "Sheley, you need two faces." I JAMES: "Now, wouldn't I look cute?" 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ARRY DHNSON: iin can. move pianos a summer.. H "I tl k I l d ll " il? BK' 93' Y ISS AR,-KH L ARS :" lau e, iave you rea rec es'?" 'XI S 'NI H Cl d l 1 d 'F kl CLAUDE HOWARD: "hilly freckles aren't redg they're brown." il? ii? il? Miss PETERS! 'lhly goodness gracious mercy me, why do you keep humming that 'wil tune over and over again?" NN Louise IJEANZ 'llt has twelve verses to it." Q, . f Q e cou e you some more o es, u w a 's the use? You would onl lau h at 1 W XV ld t ll , J k b t h t y g A them. i f I I 1, X W , I f qigifff-'fzz ' X 1:53 gg::.1- E it f 5 .., me 4 , L f Yi i " S X "ff I f .D ff P I ' Lek bi .- ay S 5 E 1- 0 E Q 5 :A 5 ...,.9'j,,i Esjgu- ' V 5 TYLER JUNHUR CULILEGE 1 1 .h ,z 1 X I KNx 1 UM. A, . .!,. . 1 7' 11" .L' U.. , . ,l.-. , 1 .2 4 -1 . 1' ' ' " 111' X'1 ',1 -1 '-"1 . ' 171111, -. " - . 1 1 .M ' V 1 ,.x. I l1'Il 1 1 Kftf , b. ,- 4 . . h. X .W . 11 1 1 13,-.'.. 12, fy-lil, 1 - .l',- ' - ' '-s '15 ".'- 7-1 xffv -ppipfl - . 1 1" A . 4 I,:N1f'1 1 11 1. QM ':.1 . 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LOUISE PRESTON HAYNES Pllysifal Training North Texas State Teachers College, B. S. 1 r 1 .cf la .- "Tir 79 we-I IMOGENE ALLEN lmbifion: To liafur a baf- fling jrrrsolzalily. Tfwin: "lWiss lblary Dolly." NI,-XL'RINE B,xLFoL'R '1I!1bifl0Il.' .1 lauglz a day. Folly: llrr good nafurr. AARIDELI. RLAcRwEI,L .l1nl1ilion.' .1 Jrfond Krmslrr. Folly: .Waking llilarioux fLUh00f7f'I'. RI,-XRVIN BRIIWN .ulmliitioni To girl a Jlirrffxleill. Folly: Ilix linr. BERTI-I.-I ISYRLYAI xlrnbilion: Fai jwanulx in lull IHldA'ft't'lI'I1'. Folly: "Prr'I'ioI1.v llfllf'-H ANNELLE fiRlI'FlN .lrnl1ilion: .1 nrfw srnsaf tion. Folly: llvr ri-n,IorizIl iff. -, eil 80 ., QERACE HELEN BEAM .1mbi1ion.' Rod-llrads mn fwrar rrrl Folly: IIN' t'0lfl-DdIZi071l11llI' naluro. HANSEL BOYETTE .1Inl1i1ion: To flrofw thin. Folly.' HM' llldfpflldflll air. LLRA MAE BURTON ,'Illllllfl0ll.' To fonirol Brrfzy. Il'f'aknr.rs.' Pfnfils fwitli good Jroinix. CURTIS FRANCIS .-Imbilion: To br a ladirs' man. Folly: Tia! innoffnl smilf. KJTTO H EEELER .'lI!llllll0Il.' To find an ul- trnfifvi' tlIl!l'l1'lll'1'. Folly: Ili: .hirszzir adorn- mfnl. Tlic ' .HIAIHLDEIM 1929 ' NIABEL HERRIN Jfnlziiion: Pass in Biology IO2. Folly.' TLP tfwinklf' in hor four ryfs. ELSIE Loco:-ws .lm lzifiolz: To 0llf-ClId1ll'I'7' CfId1lt'f'l'. Folly: Litilf Rfd Sfllool Ilousf. ISABEL IVIAYFIELD .'1ll1llifi07I.' To lfarn soma'- Ming. Folly: That milifafy fwalk NIARGU ERITE RAY .1ml1i!ion: Rrady for anyllzing. Tfwin: Jam' Cowl. BILL SCURLOCK .-lmbition: To br a typi- fal follfyiaff. Folly: Ilis brand of fwif. BONNIE RIAE YVILLIAMS .'1IIl1llfl0ll.' PHdI'!'f"LU5kl IlfI'llkl1l'5.f,' Isffllfh fwrl1.r. R L' nw LAWR ENQE .lmbiliozu Find om' 1111rn11Qu1'rml firlfl of arf. Fully! ,l llllll'-fyfd Sc fllfll In Il 11. PAL'1,1NE M,fXIlSH 'lllllllllllllf To Lzzfvr lflafk Lair. Folly: Rllllllif foul. LOTTIE RAY -Ilnllitionf To hidr Ln' in- 4'rra.ving lnilliancr. Folly: "Sh-ll-ll-" fr LILLA M A If RICE .1IlIlllll0II.' Ri: 1' Inflilufr. Folly: Thom' big brofwzz I'yI'.f. H ELEN TH EDFORIJ .'1IlIlllll0Il.' "ll1'.'lo" girl. Folly: Ilfr faulilrssfzrss. CL,-XR.-X XVoomm',xRn .1IlIblfi0ll.' To fozzfvrrl famlibulx. Folly: Ilrr zfzislwmiifzg dfgnily. +C: E l il KW K XNRX X X -43. Wil Y '11, ,IT gl N- 1l ljxN , xox ' X x N Tlie JI IJQHLDQN' 1939 H, 0 1-:f ' ics' VIRGlNI.A BETTIS ll'e'aknf5.f.' John Tarlrlon. Tfwin: Mad-Cap. BERNICE BOONE lmbilionf Hl1fI0071lll1llfll'I'. Il'fakz11'J:,' Ilrr fwixr frzlfhs. ALMA RROVVN .'1lflblll0l1.' Qzzrmz of ilu' ifvoriffs. lI'ralmrs5.' Giygling. NIORRIS BURTON .lmllitionf .-l. and lil. -Sin: Ilis mwfrlasfillg good gradrs. NIILDRED BYRON II'rakm'ss.' .'lf0lI1pl1C1. Sin: Baby talk. CT.-XSTON COLEMAN .'1I7l!Illl07l.' c:0IlllIH'l'Cll1l .falrs man. Tfwin: Conrad Nagrl. n HARRY BINDLER ll"1'alenf'J5s.' His jolefs. Folly: His gift o' gall. TENNIE BORING Il'f'alerzfss.' Ilfr follertion of pals. Folly: Smiling. CEAYLE BUNNELL Tfwin: Sfweetnfss. Sin: Neatness. MARGARETTE BUTTS Jmlzition: To be .Tomp- 0l1t',5 lzflter half. Il'faknr.vs.' Sjrffials. RUTH CARDWELL .-Imbiiion: Grand oprra. 7 If raknf's.v.' "Sisifr says-" JOHN CRAWFORD Tfwin: Dmnostlzenvs. Sin: His aim to please. Z i A0 QS CXO GK' sul Q " wi 82 if '- I! f f fl ff iff' Rxxa mx-z -xxa mx: BONNIE LEE DU NWOODY flmbition: "lf'ariftirs." Tfwin: Elin' Ilflzitf. MARIE ELLISON IVf'aknfss.' Food's Lab fwindofws. Folly: Impromptu remarks. LOTTIE F ORTNER Tfwin: Efficirnfy. Sin: Good intentions. JOE GOLENTERNEK lVraknfss.' ",4's." Sin: That adorablf lisp. ELSIE HADDAD Tfwirz: Nazimofva. Sin: Her fuifvacity. LUTHER HALE I'Veaknz'ss.' Cherry ice cream. Tfwin: John Gilbfrt. I .HLQHLDQM 1939 I VVILLIE EDELMAN tlmbition: Cllfmistry slzarle. lf'z'ak111'ss.' ,I dfrirndfy fomplrx. ROBERT ESTES .lmllitionf .'lIl01flf'f Ltllriflfffffl. lI'raknrss.' Grins. LASH GARRARD IVraknrss.' Fondnrss for sitting. Tfwin: Baby fare. EARL GORSLINE llfraknrssf "Er-af." Sin: His unfollrgiatz' intflligente. LAUREE HALE .Jm!1ition.' J sfcorzd O. Hrnry. Sin: Loguariousnrss. EDITH HARVILLE ,Jrnl1i1'ion.' To bf a pond! pusfzrr. Sin: Disturbing rfading room. Nc.: E? KN Nll KX X xX XX. AX I I mf lf' ,- "WST 83 IF H . 1 A , G o JI LGHLDEIM 1929 il - - I I , 'S 1 E 13255112 HILL Ons HULSER 1f,l'llkl1f55.' Collryr 11'l'!1kl1!'55.' Ilix rfforl lo Slimrs. ron-z'inu'. Folly: Fonfs Jour T-win: "St, LouiJ." Jollnnirs. , KIERRIL llonxs R.n'A1oxn jouxsox Tfzcizzf Pfillll' Cllllflllillff .fI111l11Iio11.' To jvaxs. ll'mlc11rJ5,' Slil'lll'1'. Sin: Na-hjvirzg in dass. J- E- JOHNSTON CARROLL KAY ll'1'11lc111'.v.f,' Ili? 511j11'1'1m'1ly 11',,,1,g.,,,55.- fpojmlm. t0lf11T rx. , , . XXIII .I d1't'I'1i'illfl look of S1111 lliy rrliyjvlarni 41:11. ,1u,,,b,,,,55. ' ELLEN LAKE FRANQES L.'XL'GHI.lN : .l111l11l1o11.ll1Z .ul lfllljll lhnbmonl, lwahllmony 9 rx ' flll10iI"'l.'I'dj . 1 1 ,71'ZX.'ilI.' "Thr iolfy :food -- .. w ., Z flvllouj, 5111. byx of blur. Z K. - f fx I I ,f N Z Fx. KIARY .AGNES ,IINI IJUFTIN' -IR. I p LINEHANI U , 1 .'1lll1lIf10ll.' Tf111z1.f 1'l1a111p. I . ' 1, ', . :X 'I L..111, !,I1f-I .IIIIIII Folly., Danfmgi Roonry. f X .. , f A N blllf !Jl'i'0fI0!l In lfrr 1 S books. A lj f , ' kxxxi' f Ix1x'1'11LLLx I.ucKH.xRT ROBERT BICCOY t ll'1'ak11rJ5.' Long .10f111.r. -J,nbi,i0n'. Rm,l,,.,.mL 1 1x Sin: llfr Ikllllllillfl mcayx. Twin. Sir Galahad X . . I Z 0 I 5 5 2 4 A Q .,. - L" f - "' .lzs -, all L 4- I Q : ,T- 1 gf -' L fa' L+ .H 1'.rflHL'DG"" 1929 -- i 1 I X I I 'El CARROLL NICCRARY LLUUQ NINN .'Imbition.' To knofw .-Imbilion: .J quifl plan- f'Uf"'J'b0dJl- lo sludy. ll"rakrzrJ5.' Cool Colorado. Sin: Baby fwayj, ELIZABETH ODOAI L, D, PHE .lIl1l'lli0l1,'.I1l'!ll'l-bfl'llk- Aflmlyijfglgg T0 fry lugs! in lflfl- Ihr "lorry run." lVFdlU1I'5J.' J Pilllw- Tfwin: Bran Bruxnnwl. PAUL PETERS FRANCES POSTON lf,l'tlk7lr"5J.' Pigskin. Il'fal'rzf5s.' Thinking Sflfyj TL-win: Napolpon lIIdl5pf'Il5lllll1'. Bonajnarif. Tfwin: Tlzf Farm Kid. .gi EDWARD POTTER ANNIE PRICE Q .-lmbition: John Barry- ll'raknf5s.' Snying Illr XX morn. riglzt flung. X lVralenrss.' Sfonr' shifting. Folly: Ilfr pull fwillz llff A N f7f0fJ. I, N, 11 Q 5 X ILA ROBERTS ISADORE ROOSTH Q Uffaknuji. That 550001- qlnzbilioni Ilnrd-lzoilwil girl fomplfxion. la'wy"" X Sin.. HN angl,Hm!m,55. ll'I'alenrss.' .Jny book. X N. N, 1 X f -X JOE SCOTT HELEN SEAAIAN I X .-lmbilion: Sliding rulrs f1ll1l7lll0lI:' 1 Pfrfut and fyipgdg, prffzszon. Q lVfaknf's.v.' Flat tirrs. Tfwifl-' Hflffl of Tffly- 3 ff 4 n 2 5 3 jf' E E I I1 J I + -l l lish- P' QGI 1, L W t 5 JI IJCIHLDGM 1929 '1 3 ROY SHELTON Lois SMITH ll"mle1zf.rs.' .-I !i11lr high Jmbilion: :I history prof Whoa! damp' Sin: Sojmhistifation. Sin: Dffvolion Io ll saxophonr. EARL Smgy ALINE THOMAS lf"ral:1zr.v.f.' Unbridlmi 11"1bifi0Tl-' l"lUf1."i7l.'I- mngw' IVf'aknrss.' Rfading room Sin: Studious fways. ,IANIE LTSSERY BILL WATSON 1f'yFdh7IlI':9'5.' .1ru1f,onr- '.'1mbition.' "Clofwniny." 'mini frm' Sin: .Jbsrnt mindrrlnrss. Jlilllf llfr high jumjv. HARRY VVERNER CHARLES WILIE , U A. . . 1 rlmhiliorz: To hr a srlf- ff mknmjs' Ongmallt-V' madf man. Tfwin: "Gofvz'rnment 7f"rahnf55.' "Frrz'hlf.r." 'milf' 9 f f 9 Z AILEEN XVILLIAMS DORIS VVILLIFORD , If IVmla21r55.' Srhool hidx. lVmknf'f"'..P0"l"a1t I , ' . paznfzng. ,'1lIZII1fl0ll.' E!of11i111'. , f Folly: To .Hay zn toufh X fwilh Tfxas U. , ,X x X X N , ,IESSIE FAYE YATES JOHN ZQRN is If'faknfs.r.' "Mu5iachi0s." ,Jmbifigng To abmfb ' , Sin: Tfwo bright ryrs. math' X- lVfalznr'.vs.' Queslions. ,f Q A Z w Qf 9 'v , , 2 . aff 1 5 6 ACTHVHTHES 1, J J ,7 H . . fi, JW L is I' A A J W" ' ' . - , 4 , 'N N ' kr? V1 ' YN D 'K 1, ' J .. M- I 1 'r 'rg' Q, X, rx' , , , 1 M2 w Y'- f "v 7 A 4? Vx, fl J ' xi' 'X X R xy? -b .Nxt 1, if N ,, , N x ,K 7,. -f,f., 'T 51 ,, 1, , ,. ttf STUDENT OFFHKCERS BILL SCURLOCK CARROLL NICCRARX Prwsiflwzt , Trmsurfr C.xRRm.1. lim' ALMA BRUVVN 1,il'f'-Pl'f'j'i1!I'Ilf Sl'l'l'z"fIll'-1' Svfmndl muuf Favcunwly lkflvisory QCOHHHHCHH Miss HENDERSUN MR. NELSON IXIR. XVER1: Ru1zERT ESTES EIJVVARD POTTER HELEN ,TI-IEDFURIJ JXNNIE PRICE Clmirnmn RIERRILI, -loHNs l ' L4 ,- ' Wk JC W9 A 1 IJl? 2'? . 'X f -A, ,Q "LW iff?-7,1 ,IIN . -X "LH 7 .11 .Lf Q ,H ,l A I cl,-W 1922 f 1 m I 1 1 I 1 I I I I I 1 I I I I I 5 I , 1 I I I II I I I I I I . ' "IN 'IHF NEXT Room' I . , Ir, X II -1Tmw,ARxS H . LASTIQTC TTA 7 I W . ,I 74 I ,I KI.XRGI'IiRl'I'E Ru' . . l'rr.m1f-nt I 1,1 RA Mui I3L'RTox . I'if'r-Prfsifluzf 4 I 1 I 1 I,m"1'H2 RT-xx . . . . S!'1'7'l'f1l1'.I' V' I w . , , , ' 4 ILIIXIIXRII I'n'I'TTaR . 1I't'll.I'lH'1'1' L ' I Mlss MTLIIRIQU I'IUVI'EI,I, Ilirwfof' r , I 'I' 4 4 I 1- I 1 I f W I I 5 ' I I PRUDILICTIUNS Y 7 I X I v H 7 I I I "As XML' IAM? IT - RIHB' 1923 I I I 4 I 1 MIN THE NEXT Rumi" . . December, 1023 I i I HIIIl,1XNl1XI.X PL'I.I.s THF STRINGH February 11120 " , . f -J "Six Crvs mf CIlOL'OI,ATEH . I'f'I11'11211'3' 1029 Ill HINIIIAN SLMAIIQRH . l"ehrua1'y. 11929 I HIJRLQXIS mf O1 lm" FCID1'11H1'3' 1029 - I J: IWIIHE NEW Punk" . April 1020 I1 II1, A ' "' ":1-1":- k-+:Agw-- t::,v'- A-l,,,, 4,,r5 G- ' ,, , if Y ' - A -TI - MIL liar .. " 7-I 94' 1" .15 XQIA-TT' I- 'lllu' 'X Ji LrLlH1'rDEi"' IYYLETJ - s .F f I CNXX0 GXX9 BXXO LXXJ "As You Luce Ir" A DR SS REHEARSA Pandemonium reigns. The sonorous shout has just echoed down the hall: "Dress rehearsal beginning! 'Six Cups of Chocolate' on stage." A few notes of realism are: Grace Helen bow- ing to thin airg Annie getting strangled on the milk chocolate from the High School Pharmacy, Annelle dropping iced cake on her best dress, Isabel sighing that the curtain fell on the second act Cpoor actllg Lura Mae striving to peer over imaginary specs, Breezy attempting to raise absent window . . . Chaos rules. It is time for "Indian Summer." Otto cannot be found. Finally he appears, sheepishly wiping grease paint from his beloved mustache. Hardly recognizable is the Ottocrat in the tempestuous old gentleman who stomps madly about and yelps, "I won't have it!" And Imogene serves strawberry pincushions in a tin pan .... Luther comes in swinging his cane with a debonair fashion, while Mary Agnes rushes him a supper consisting of a bottle of grape juice... Next. "Drums of Oudef' Edward, you must be standing over that gunpowder. . lShrill voice: "Miss Howell, will my costume do, or do you ..... " Voice dwindles away into silence. Need we be specific?j The two Bills toss on floor a board, substitute for chupattie cake. Bang! Gaston obligingly deaf .... Marguerite seems a trifle late .... J. fingers burn supplying so much moonlight .... Those kilts of Robert's. Such bravery deserves a medal .... Emmet, erstwhile janitor, operates telegraphic code with much rhythm .... Marguerite arrives hastily. The sinister tum-tum of the tom-tom sounds louder, due to Charles' muscles .... Marguerite and Gaston in the midst of their tenderest love scene .... Battle begins fifteen minutes early, leaving them in bewilderment .... VVhat a war! Twenty cautions turned loose. Disillusionment. Hall is found littered with stubs of giant firecrackers .... Climax: Marguerite faints into the gallant hero's arms ..... Suddenly comes to life and yells in a vociferous voice, "Let the curtain fall." No one responds .... The fainting lady exits in disgust. 91 ha..- 'vii' S? 'AP 'A 7 l ' A 4,4 X 1 4 ,ll J 1 l t -v" 1" 4, Tlx 1591- Ir1A!f' :IWW 6 JI ,UNH ,lrl N100 IWM9 x 0, 5+ A C53 Xl! H if 93 .il ,4 A A A i. Z FL 5 Q N 3 + -5 ' I , E . 3 wif I feeipgii -- fi? 93 -E+ - ,if 1 ' 1 1 A X J' ' wN'?"""i"A -'YYYYWY NICCRARY L. JOHNSON ' R. JOHNSON Halfbafk Fullllafle Tatklf PETERS ELLIS Guard Center PATE STORY VVILIE End Guard Guard , if lf' V.- -..gli 15. REYNOLDS HULSER Halfbatk Ilalfbafk BARRON SCOTT Quarifrbafk End FUUTBALIL WRAY FOLTZ Coafh Coaflz PARISH LOFTIN Guard Managfr RICCRARY, Captain CALLOWAY ' RAWLINGF Crlzfrr Forfward Guard HENIDERSON COIJEMAN Forfzcar.i G llflfd Q ' 1 X' , 41 BY YS? BASKE I HAH L XVRAY Rrxmo SCURLOCK Comix Forfwan! Managrr JOHNSON WOFFORD Guard Cfntrr -1' liz.- -' WT In lf. Y L 14 Ig-A R P73 V1 ily .,l i 'fr I I ,. I1 zij O If I BOONE, Captain RICE BYRON Jurnjring Crnlfr Running Cwntrr Gzuml' LTSSERY SANFORD F orfward F orfward If 9 I I GHRTLS BASKE I BAML, HARRIS HlI,I. MRS. HIRIYNES Guard Guard Coarlz RLIARSH T3I,ACKwEI.I. Running Carlin' Guard .-1 I2 I, -' ww 97 rf, MS? 1-. JI LQHLDQ' 1939 1- ' 'tri . '1 T W 1 DAYS HN APAfCHlE, LAND 5' Sept I3-blany war whoops as reluctant Apaches take up civilization. Chief Nelson exchanges five courses for plenty wampum. Oct. 4.-T. J. C. pep rally. First war dance of the season. Oct. 6-First A. K. K. hike. Squaws urge moccasins over road. Oct. I2-Faculty gives heap big pow-wow. Oct. IQ-Allllllill election of Apache chiefs. Indians give big "how" to lucky ones. Oct. 20-State Fair trek. Apaches wear war paint in far-away land. Oct. 26-VVCSTITIHISICI' College vs. T. -I. C. Plenty enemy scalps. Nov. 2I1Tx'Il'S. Nlary S. Fitzgerald reads some of her poetry. Nov. 26-Bakery opens. Typical Apache lunch: Long Johns. Dec. 20--"In the Next Room." Rlysteryl Yells from non-Apache audience. Dec. 2ILPI'SSC'IltZlIiOI1 of Totem Pole. Ex-Apache Nash remembers tribe. Alan. I0-Exams. Young Papooses start training for Happy Hunting Grounds. Feb. 2-Opening of new reading room. "Silence within ye sacred portals." Feb. 4-Organization of Council groups. Apaches take to the wigwam. Feb. S-Indians shiver under blankets. Heap cold. Feb. 9-Miss lvlary V. Henderson awarded fellowship by American Association of University VVomen, Apaches cry "how-howu to Big Squaw. NVitli thoughts of next year they do cry: "Hovv? How?" Feb. I3?iiGT8I1dH13 Pulls the String." Yank! Yank! VVilliam, my yarn. Feb. 20-Student-faculty banquet. Heap, heap, big feast! Farm Kid attends incognito. Feb. 28-HSix Cups of Chocolate," "Indian Summern and "Drums of Oudef' llore whoopee by Las Nlascaras. lllar 8-Return of President Hodges from N. E. A. The Big Chief recounts ex- periences to Apaches. lllar I5-VVigwam Four takes toll of grade points. Total 396. ri- liar 20-Big Chief Hale smokes peace pipe with tribe. S liar. 27-OYChCStfH makes debut. X lllar 28-Apache Cagers receive mantles. Black and gold prove good colors for X x sweaters. X N Apr. 2-City fathers cast ballots on amendments. X Apr. 25 and 26-"The New Poor." Apaches go Russian. J x blay 5-Alcaldes expected. Apaches wait in "suspenders." I X Nlay 24.-Testing of young braves. , s Miay 30-Departure for new reservations. f N f X THE TUTENI POLE fy Seldom, if ever, has a college built up a decided and recognizable college spirit in if Q the short span of two years. Such a spirit has not only developed, but that- intangible 'xx moving force has become embodied in our Totem Pole. Early in the third college 1 N year there began to formulate in the heart and mind of one T. bl. C. alumnus, Sam xx Nash, Jr., the desire to crystallize the spirit of his Alma blater into a symbol. On x ' December 21, 1928, Sam arrived with the Totem Pole which represents the best as X well as the gayest in our student life. On the one hand, it radiates an influence which ' X culminates in a desire to stand reverently before it,-hat in hand. The Braves and S Squaws, sensing the nearness of their almost-human figurehead and feeling that com- -' panionable and personal touch, are inspired to do their utmost. On the other hand, if it signifies frivolity and subtly paints good fellowship, without which every college would be a. failure. So long as the Totem Pole retains its place, so long will the P6 desired Apache spirit exist. ' 0 fi E I i s i M If -..Wi 99 IW..- L .H IJCIHLDEP' IEM9 as li iCOLI,ll-SGH SPIRIT E A college is not merely' a place to which young people may go and have four years of advanced education poured into one ear with the hope that it will not go out of the other. A college is, and forever will be, I admit, fundamentally an institution of learn- ing, but I do maintain that a college as only a filling station for long, dry facts would not endure. Youth must have some pleasure, affection, and pride to add the proper flavor to these truths if they are to "stick to the ribsll of the intellect. Speaking in the terms of cold, hard business, however, a student, when he has paid his tuition and fees, is entitled to an exposure to a higher education, provided proper conduct is prac- ticed. He has paid for this, and owes nothing more. So matters stand until school loyalty makes him aware of its presence. A student grasped by that combination of love and admiration feels that he owes more than mere tuition. He feels that this school is his school, something worthy of'all his talents and skill, something that he must and will defend valiantly upon the field of athletic strife in the classroom, and, years later, in the broad reaches of the business world. This patriotic feeling is not a faculty pet, a thing carefully sowed and fostered by them. It arises from the individual himself, its strongest ally is human nature. An inborn quality of the human race is the desire for the best of everything. A person buys the best car he can affordg he trades at what he thinks is the best store, where he can get the highest quality of goods at the cheapest priceg when he marries, he thinks he has the best wife, and he knows his children are by far the finest on earth. So it is with a student. He will pofnt out just how the benefits of the personal instruction received at his school are superior to that received in the "grab-and-carryl' first two years in even those venerable universities of nation-wide fame. And he will uphold the standards of his junior college against those of any other like institution in existence. XVhen a student passes through the graduation door with a diploma in his hand. he does not whisper that he is through with his "Alma lN'Iater" forever. Indeed it is one of the greatest pleasures in the life of an alumnus to gather the remnants of the Class of-together in the dear old halls and call up afresh the school day memories. NVhen a great university wishes to construct some giant stadium or modern auditorium. it appeals not to the world at large or to its trustees, but to its alumni. Needless to say, those students do not construct it merely because they have spent four or more years within the walls of that college or university, but because of that spirit which gripped them while they were there. I I cannot define college spirit, but I do know that it is some intangible thing that makes an athlete dig harder, a student study harder, friendships grow firmer, and the eyes of an alumnus fill with tears for his college. It is a thing which the ravages of age and misfortune can only mellow. And, students, as the years pass on, more of that noble legacy will become welded into the hearts of the dwellers of Apachrland. -Roizimr Esrizs. f 'LI lib...- -A-Q., 1oo,,s i ff 4 .H IJCIHLDQM 1939 of J. i i ,ttf . Wiiialieie no , ofa Ul 'ef The custom of dedicating a page of the Alcalde to deserving students as an expres- sion of our gratitude and esteem, has been established by the Tyler .lunior College. Each year the names of not more than six students from the senior class who have not otherwise received public acclaim are chosen for this page. VVe consider a student worthy of this honor who maintains high ideals of college life and who exemplifies this splendid attitude by a whole-hearted loyalty to his school. He must not only show a willingness to sacrifice time and effort for the sake of college affairs, but he must irradiate such a vivid interest that others will be inspired to enthusiastic work. He must be characterized by cheerfulness, optimism, and buoyancy, and be tempered by a becoming modesty. The names recorded here are not to be those loudly shouted in popular affairs. They are names scarcely called at all, names of gentle folk whose power has been tremendously felt. The mere mentioning of these names: Lura lllae Burton, Curtis Francis, Annelle Griffin, and Rubilou Lawrence will add slight honor, but the ideals for which they stand will scintillate from this page like rare jewels in a lighted treasury. The atmosphere of the college has been refreshed by the loveliness alone of Lura Nlae Burton. This quality, so enhanced by a cheerful, optimistic spirit beautifully toned by a charming modesty is intensified by artistic talent and capability. As a result of hours of her untiring work as editor of the Alcalde, the events and experiences of this college year will be perpetuated in an annual that will reflect the true college g temperament: scholarship blended with enthusiasm. A Curtis Francis has shown an unparalleled spirit of unselfish sacrifice and gener- A osity in student activities. By his quiet, cheerful, unostentatious, and sincere qualities of character, he has won the respect of his instructors and colleagues. He will be A remembered as an able and energetic member of Las lvlascaras. The graciousness and f willingness so clearly shown in this club work is evident in all of the activities in which " he engaged. NVe consider him worthy of praise. Annelle Griffin, a girl of many talents, should receive commendation. As the A thoroughly competent editor of the Apache Pow-VVow, she has created and continued 4 a lively college spirit. She is a gifted musician and an indispensible member of Las lllascaras. Hers are not hidden talentsg she uses them for the interest of the college. li Her personality is deeply felt, but her work is done with such a kindly spirit that one 1 scarcely realizes that she has exerted herself at all. ln the junior College lexicon, Rubilou Lawrence and lXIusic are synonyms. ln 1 her gentle, kindly manner, Ruby has done much for the college, obviously without realizing it. Un almost every occasion when music is wanted, she uses her exemplary talent to bring peace and joy to an appreciative audience. lllusic is ennobling, and . we feel that the maker is surely noble. Ruby expects no praise for what she doesg she is content that she has done something gratifying to her own nature. It is with joy and pride that we honor these students. Q4 4 2 -, ,g A J, . -il im..- -- 1, 1 o 1 W L Q .H LCIHLDEIM 1929 V1 ll HIE ARRO W E BREEZY BREEZES BY VVe know of one fellow who didn't miss a single line in "The New Poor." I-Ie was the prompter. At first we felt sorry for Bill Scurlock when a Freshman asked, "You're a Papoose. too, aren't you?" Afterwards we felt sorry for the Freshman. After becoming resigned to several fads that have prevailed among the Apache braves during the past months, we are ready to agree that most men are color blind. ' VVe need not worry about the next generation. Its thinking will be done by mechanical men. That's nothing! Freshmen use books instead of thinking, anyhow. Good-bye until the future issues of the Pow-VVow.-Breezy. THE FARINI KID . VVal, now, folks, the spring plowin' is all did, and I reckon as how I'se willin' ter take off my straw hat and say Hhowdyf' 'cause you done know my reel name now. I calkilates as how you're gonna be supprised on account of after all this here mistry you'll be specting sumbody else. VVal, now, me and Nebuchadnezzar larned long ago that you can't spect two mutch or you'll be disappinted shure as a duck takes to water. I calkilates as how I shore do hate ter leave Nebuchadnezzar 'cause the next Farm Kid is liable ter git him all riled up. He's a perty good mule but he has ter be handled right. XVal, folks, I hope the ground you try ter plant won't have too many rocks in it. 1.4.1.- THE OTTOCRAT OF THE READING ROOINI Ye who seek wisdom and my counsel, cast your eyes hither and become satiated. Z X Among the important events of 1929 we find a mustache. Z , Look here, Braves, if you want to learn your lessons, keep away from "Bliss 5 X Chieff' l I find it hard to leave old T. J. C. No, not because I busted but because I've become attached, or something like that. f X Here's to our faculty, the learned they, I X Relay they always be happy every day, X X Though they dole out to us- so busy, 5 he An untold wealth of knowledge and misery! if VVell, I've written my last column, , X I've told you my storiesg , To those left and those that follow, f r Ye Ottocrat wishes all kinds of luck. , Q -0110. I Ah' THE LAST woRn 2 And now we cover the typewriter and rush forth with a war whoop yet unequaled Z in the history of the Apaches. 2 -Lum fllae and Breezy. c 9 5 , 7 -..ggi 102 Eg..- f N MMM as mnxnu Sim 21:5 HlTw THE POOR P1-NPOOSE ON Arxfx HIRE-.S EEL fl L J, ,nf ""'f' ff ..- 1 . ,. 4 K . v 6 Vljvfgfrru ' . . -1- , N 5" W 44 , E , ll. x Hg, N I O ff E5 IIORVHA1 STUDY' INC: V ONS CHEP'H5TFfY omw CHAUCFR amemasra Flisfwmw 3 7 LLL 'LL Eb Q, 1 Olvkfk . BIN:-L 4 H L we ALL FALL DOV-JN HN D oo ESOQNI , x, mf " re new I 4 'rw' WEE: 'P 1 , , Et, , if X x HE COVERED vxff-.GON 'T BNC or THE OLD NAIU5 an mn we E555 Enouguy WONIT E055 THA' CLAS J E311 ggmlug, You OF ANWTHPNGY Q W2 L' jxx LO V1 41 1, I I xg gat G N O vv -f 4 .f I 'S I" X 'Xi . kb A xx 1-.-'i' V1 54 fi A xx ' T Xu zu, A T . 'N f f ' f ,-Lam! Q mi X,-R 1" ng , X V 15, BL' i- XE' V ai ' bywg M QENFM PQvJfv.' Vf'X xx. EWFL 'KJC HEHT an 5 C, 114 SPECTOFK V ,'Qi 5iM. 7 i x N' .4 u X - . 1 N.. .f Tr + A f fx K X u L, at DQS M! Ll if Qrly Hag A 'f- w- ff" 'fn 'Mi ,AIO W 'X F' L 4 W-. ,Af is 44 Dlx X-,f 1 .JT 5,',.,.W, MW l,,l umm? , ' ZA 4 , I f Af ah Qt LA, xx!! 14 Y ,f 1 "2-mf-. ' .-- 1 ' 'NM , W A' 61' - H, .f.Awf1n1mi7Di7W ' ' ' 5 W ff , f , ,f Q . -- www W f W yu 'M H V4 .. f , 1' f y Tfi' 4- F" f X N1"fAU'1'W ' S 1 YH7fY+v G'-E MGH 35,25 VBREEZY l M 7 wmv. EBRELZE5 BY f 1 if ' r J jjiglpxtw. I ,f LP, , I 4 .Ql N' .H .LrLI.I1lf1lCI"" 1919 QFD, ,E El .1.n....-.,--,- -,--..-. -..-..-.-.-ID-..-.,-.D-I -.--.I---.-.-- - ODQM DRUG CD., INC. IVE Hzllzdle SCI-IDOL SVPPLIES, RADIOS, NIAGAZINHS, COLD DRINKS, VVHI'l'INIAN'S CANDY, DRUGS AND SVNDRIES PHONE 318 - 1579 "If 1't'5 drugs ana' can be had, tum' Ilan, it." .975 CDINIPLIINIENTS .J I I of xl CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK T' PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK E4 TYLER STATE BANK AND Q TRUST COMPANY ' 105 hg- 311101411o7uiniinio14-111141 JMX F Ji1QfClHL'DET"" 1929 111111111113014111uioinifliniwuiniuinini z- E I ' f I R. E. BRYAN 300183 T0 READ i "Llp and Atonu-The Nlolecule. i "Bio-Chemistry''-Revised by Apper- i son, Hughes, and Matthews. i iiAl'gllIl1CI1f3tl0ll and Debating"- A f s s Louie Cobb. Bcxnxb "The Sad Remains of the Hungry V 1 r Q i V Three." - Carroll Swann and 5 I A 1 IONIEJRH Harry johnson. i "Pangs of Chemistry." - Harrol OFFICE SUPPLIES EMIS- Q H i "New hlathematical journal. - : Von Stone. ! "Acting in Two Easy Lessons."- ! "Goofy" Gorsline. s , 1 . asf B R X A N 5 V1 H F' Pete XVhite: "Donft sign up for Ig O O K A N cfremistryg I took it and didn't like i Clifford Gregory: "VVhy?" TYLER, TEXAS Pete: "The seats in the lecture room i are too hard to sleep in." i"i"i"i"i"1"inihini 'i' 2030 5 1101110itnininicniinioiniuiniipin g VVhen You Think of Life Insurance . Think of . l Y Y COMPLIMENIS i RAY AND SMITH i VVhen You Think ,of of Q KAY AND SMITH g Think of i LIFE INSURANCE Luther F. Kay Ray A. Smith i Phone 1580 WATSON Mui-I-H-H-in-i-U-U-in i-i-W i 1 Irlon Drug Co. f "East Tm-fix' Finest TYLER, TEXAS tlIer1'sSf1op" ,a Q Phone 214 Phone 215 Z 2 5 it QIIQIIQ Qi QUQUQH H lui QULIFQ IQ' QI QI allallal al M :I 2 lallm Q.C 5 o 'K so Lg QA, .4 J -aggi IO6 gy - Y --Jrj.Li0' JI, IH' '01f?HBX--V--nk -A- A JIL-cLIi,lfI11I"'W'12-me-n "E 'E E E N -w Q nininioilrinil in inini v 0.013111303113114111-ini1111111-31113 11 DfPAf"' I 0 I 7'MfNTST0"f X CONGRATULATES THE CLASS OE 1929 find 1E'l..Yl1K.Y Ilzem Il full HlKlHIlI't" of.v1lm'eu in llze life Qvork they may rlzoose. uin211vin1infini:uinim-3.131130103113111111 lfvr IXVIIUIL' THE F3 CRESCENT LAUNDRY 3 T Y L IC R iIIl'!lI'fVll'Ilft'I, PID If X , MODERN, UP-TO-DATE EQUIPMENT 1 PHUNES Q - DELIVERIES IN THE CITY - 1, S 7+ ' 137 L21UHdCl'C1'S and Dry Cleaners RN E.,,,-.,-.,-.,-.,-.,-, - .- ,....-.,-..-..-.,T.,-..-.....,-.,-,-..-.,...,-.,-..-...... N - 3 Brofldwa X5 Tom WIISOD D c S Y FU KOIAC Ei Hardware Co. g X Anything in Drugs Y Q I 2 PHONIL 24 P1'f'.vr1'ifvfin11x Um' Sfvwirzlty g .,,-,,.,.,-..- -.,...,-.,-..-.- -..-. -.,-.,...,-..-..-. -,....- ....,... ..4,........-. A - fA,i -..ig IQ7 Es., C ill--V 1 -.- 1 Y JI LJQLH ,lfDG:"" 1929 ijmblisiieti msc, 5 .N X, X . Q IP LT S DONR WITH Parker and Pmkerton Q x X GROCERIES ANU IXIARKET ' Cikoemx' PHoN12 I7 ,xxn 18 RIARKIYI' PHONE 1692 YQU CAN DQ IT --i---0-H-r-'--'--'--'--'-----'---'Q BE'I"l'ER WITH A. A. Laundry Co., Inc. ! Prrfnt Snrviu' in L A L' N D R Y Q Ury Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing ! PHUNES IU ANU 468 sfiui-11034iinirninioioinsiuinaimQ ' ! T Y LER GAS L , . CL Y DE 8a SON ' UROCICRIICS AND PRODLCFI ,IVY IJl'li1'l'l' - 212 YV. Locust St. Phones 790, 1680 CO. Ill gli- IQ IQIIQUQUQUQUQUQU-531. Q .unat:gumnoauananahao-034.3 i i BY THESE TUNES SHALL YIC T H E KNOVV THEIXI : "You Forgot to Remember."-IXIost any of the teachers. i "I Can't Give You Anything but ' A 1 " S k B k : . pp esaucc. - noo's a er. 'l'YLP3R, TICXAS i "KIe and 313' Car."-Pewee Allen. i "Lin .lust Half xvilj' to Heaven."- L L N : Pete NVhite. FIRPPRT MJF - "Sometimes I Sit and Think, llostly U Sir."-Ldzill Langston. llltlllllllly - l i , H : "Beggars tor Lxemptlons. -Fran- Ciairixo Iixxs, F1.oov. CIRCL'I..X'I'lNC , Une Turner' ICF XV XTFR "NVe All Scream for Holitl:iys."- ' A ' Student Body. v "That 'Long' Boy."-Nlildred Gub- XV. NV. NEYVCORIB bert' Ummwr Uxvyflifilli for the Evenin' KIail."- A ' Louise VVils0n. I ui limi: i 11 uinioirzin in iuiuiu ini: 108 iq..- 1 ni-xi uioioioil in ini: in iniui 1' J I 'T A-A 'I' "1 ,. 'N' if-1-1 L ,C L 1 1 iv' lf 'I 1 I 11 .f1,1fc.f1L1,,lH. 1.5257 E gd Y' I r I 1 I ll 'Sq Q1 I 'I w N v ffuiniuiliui 1 1111 i i 1 liuilli '1- ANSI 4' I l W 1,45 .QKXQGXYQRQ ' o'o 1 L is oiniuil ini i niuluioi ni i ini 3 ini :is ini i ui iv iuinini WHEN BETTERPHOTOGRAPHS ARE MADE WE WILLOMAKE THEM I I THE BRADLEY STUDIO jlrnlde Pl10fOfjl'11f7llt'l' '28 1lIld'2Q BYRN E PUBLISHING COMPANY 1015 PRINTING STATIONERY SCHOOL SL' PPLIES -:in ipini 1.101111031-ininin11131:101011-301:-guiniuiuinininuiuinini 1-Man' this 18 5' ,. UW " I ff TH S-T...l"f 1 JPY T167 I .U S r D If :al an . f k Q -,af fiflff' ' . I f 1 -f 1' ff' I C 1,11 n Ia , A? ' IW fl -Y ' ff: pl 1,9 I 1 ix- ' ' JACOB E. DECKER SALES CO. uiuinI7uiuiniuinluiuiuiuin i LH- VY A f 109 f Q i JI1.rLIH1fDG"" 19'-39 '.9U10i 2131-ivivivifliflivivi ilivTvi1Iiwi-3 iciniuioioiuzui '11-30:9 fi? . SAMPSGN i I 2 ' I- CLOTHING OO., INC. Hlgh SChO0l i Pharmacv MALLORY HATS - SELZ SHOES Q J I Rlco ROCHESTER CLOTHING "The Tyler Liam- Den." 5 : ' Phone 202 g ' HEADQUARTERS FOR IQUQKQ1Q!lullQ0-0illg0Q0,0allQl.Q . I If. Ii. Gorslme Sc SOII Q SCHOOL SUPPLIES -IEWELERS BULOVA XVATCHES OPPOSITE HIGH SCHOOL N ' 1 A FINE LOT OF SPECIAL. GIFTS FOR THE fIRADL'ATI? 2 A Q PHONE Sn' Our Sf7t'l'i1ll 525.1741 ! f 6 - IJIIIIIIOIIII Rings 40 407 QiI:UQ!Fa'7:08034FQUQUQUQUDI-iiiQi. E uauauzu-0,0aoananauananana TYLER HIGH NENVS STAND -IPRIDE fjl? EAST TEXAS' ,X 4 Cioflrgf' Ilullzor.-D0r0tl1y Albertson. Q 'S lngzzr.-Klzxrcellzx Hull. IX Good ll0llA'f'f't'f'fPIlIg.-SliCC AppCI'SOll. i HADIJAD BRQS- Cosnzofmlitmz.-Cc-cyl Horton. i Sfmrting Nvics.--Elsie Adams. i"""""""""""""""""""" Q IJIIFIIIIIYII .IOlll'llIl1.1R. L. Lovelady. ! IZETTER DRUG SERVICE K Plzysiml Cllflllnf.-Alice VVOOdNV2lI'Ll. g Hix-Watson Drug Service fy Hlofion Pit'flll't'.---IHCk Stovall. T PW ,l,hmlN.gHaZel Neely. Northeast Corner Square f NMI' Poelry.-Ruth Balfour. PHONE H7 TYLER' TEXAS IIE f1yllI'l't'll1 Opiniolz.-Florence VVOII. ----------If-ff: Kg 1 Currvnt llistory.-RiChaI'd Lucas. . I Liju.-Glcrum Staples. CONIPLINIENTS I., Boy'x Liff'.-Catherine Taylor. OF IF' Youllfs Comfrrzrzion.-Forrest ' RWM ! DR. H. R. OOATS I 5 2 .OIQUQIIQUQUQIIQ QI Q 301011ioiriuiuibniuiwi QI H 2 QI u 2 T 2 if 5 Eff' O - Y Swglif, . PI -..gydr I IO Ee-- F JI IJLIH l1DEl"" 1932-H Sm' 030020: D 2 IQ Dil- I Q Q u Q S0202 Q ZHQKQYVQl'llllQ0allQ0i0QU- Q VY I I if l I CALDVVELL, Q IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllHIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll A Q HUGHES, DELAY l R X i Oleta Veasey: "So you are bc i taking a domestic science course. : var o 21COl'0ll e , ,, ,, ,. ,, i right things in a delicatessen UelM'RA1 LLA1 IOM i store." i Q52 1- fo E g LaVon Wood: "Do yoII know The Young hlen and Young VVomen i what Ford is figuring on, now?" of thg C1355 of 1929 I Harvey Tipton: "No, VVhat?" I Lavon W-I "Paper, Of COUISC-" 1175 SELL 11I1RT, SI,'11,11f1fN15R ' Q 11L1RX 1:Lo1'11LS g MINIllllllllIIHIIIIllllIllllllllllllllllllIlllllIllllllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll l i Iin1IniuiIxiIrinioiibioirxiuniuini 'Uiniuini''ihioiui''i"i"3"i"i"i' g SWAN N FURNITURE Maximum Service at X AND Minimum Cost Q PAIVT PAPER HANGING X ! MUSIC COMPANY FLOOR SIJRFACINO I VARNISHINC WAXINC' i COMPLETE I , ' i I-IONIE FURNISHINGS f1FI1I'l'!llC0llfl'llli10l' - lI'or1d or Brzrk Q VICTOR PHONOGRAPHS W. K. Shuttleworth N S -010301031:initniuiIniu14n1u1n303:' Ui!IivivilIi0i0i0il'i"i0i"i'3030 f l . Q High School Graduates N A Y L O R ' S i D f h " ' 'h' h i Roellff tflffing iofnfhfrifglflilfil gf 'Sn C A S H S T O R E S i lines of endeavor in your city. Prepare DRY X i to assume your part of this responsibility. LADIES, READYJI-C,-VVEAR - I ' ' TYLER CHAMBER NIIILIQSIEEYAQEQGENHSATS g QF CQNIMERCE FURNISHINGS f 2 W- N- ROBERTS, Pfffififnf Tyler, lllt. Plwzsazzt, Gillnrr Z RUSSELL S. RHODES, Sf'1'r1't1zry and I-ltlania Texas 3 e 4 5 0.0317,0-ll31lQlYQO,ll,0aullQllQ4lQlQ lla QIIQYQPQUQUQ PHIIQUQIIQ H IQ! Q R 'a V e R an-j -aqgf I1 1 uivxifvioioimxinioioinirri ..x .H IJCIHLDEIM 199.9 3 3 3 inlniruimvininininlfliniciinioi TYLER AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION BALDWIN MOTOR CO. R. C. BRYARLY GASTON 8: GIBBS C. S. CRIMES MOTOR CO. HUDSON-ESSEX MOTOR CO. SUMMERS-VAUGHN CO. I TYLER MOTOR CO. WALSH-HENDRIX MOTOR CO. vi: uiIui:uininioioifrloi0711101-ni niniui GoonR1en SIEVERTOWNS ACCESSORIES FREE ROAD SERVICE VVILL.-XRD BATTERIES RICH TIRE CO xl. E. RICHARDSON, .llanagrr PHONE I23 .1lfro,vs From Pos! Offire TYLER, TEXAS "Ser1'ive lfith A Smile" Q .lack Stovall: "Ought one to be punished for something he did not do?" llr. Poston: "Indeed not." jack: "VVell. I didn't do my math." Colquitt XV0oten: "S h o u l d 'bank' begin with a capital?l' lIrs. jones: "Sure, no bank is good without Capital." Carroll Swann: "I wonder where that road goes." 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