Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX)

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Lum The 1932 ALCALDE published by the Senior Class of TYLER I-TIG!-I SCI-ICDOL and THE TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE F7 -L ,Z"'7I 4... XM, TER DEDICATION O The Two maTes who led our piraTe crew Through a rough sea To a Thrill- ing vicTory in baTTle and broughT back Trophies and booTy Tor all, in admira- Tion and appreciaTion Tor Their clean Tight we dedicaTe This piraTe log of The I932 Aicalde. W IX '1 I Ji, T I -'X ,Z -C X jj! 1 IWW DEDICATEES COACH GEORGE A. Fo1.Tz COACH RUFU5 KING We s W L 3, 'i ff ,1 ' :A w,1Vi,,,fr :L i -gif " iz. . ff fm MHZ?-R 'Q-5 y as SQ r X ' ,7' " 14 -'YL ' -X M 'fwi 4 ffffse ff s 1 1 QQHNN Y Q W he ZS 'f Y es r fwxfyf YIS-fl ' s '5 l Q 24- W X- 7'?'fN Q1 ,. s f 1' ' NV 's Q 1 N xx -Ms f 5 WA, An 1, 54fQ1 ff1'f NA Wy 'fi X31 I 37, .V 'X k I Q L fx ,.f Nat, Wx! 5k A5 ':: ---A -A ? Ff',4QV-.,,:.3- A,' . Q . ' ffm sf 'inf-f -L 4 'H Xeftg I ,N L X f-1 M W D Q M K- WARNING OLLOWS The log of our pirafe crew from Sepfember, I93I. fo May, I932.Wi+l1a daring capfain and mafes we sailed 'rhe seven seas of educafion in search of Hwe Jrreasures of Life. This log records our successes, reverses, and casualfies. ,,. A up TJAIQQQW ,' , ,. ' 0 '. ' VJ .y, T u iff T .aL 4 ' "' -'v 11- Q . .1 J-A .H+ dis- E 4T X 'C!h-'g,h -- - !,wy5:p:Kx'- T H ' TT R 'X W: f if 1 Ellffe RTR'T T-g, !-Svwr warg, ' f - I4 ' T - 'Hgh i T, .. 7 fx V' 1 K JQQ V , EQ' 1? ' IV KU- I If f l 1 I Y -AXl, , -M N-uf J MEM, I' M2 ' f ' "-""'i,. H!! Mil ? ,f"'x-YLXQ - ,- 1 ' f " 5 jimi ' . E.E gTT ., , . E-,,,1,T . 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' 0 x !'l' r -w " ww qnquu-un-l-nu-u-u to lllwilli 1 Ill, lll Ill, ul Ill Ill lll i Y""'E ps-vin ,,,, W- -,l ! - W X 8 WL Tia K gg Entrance 5tf"usx if , w i 4 H.. ,JI 9- 1 .A 4, ,YJ , .,v- if f A77 q - W I Z' AA, sw- ' "fA'4f"r -' . 7 -' lg, "YA- av A - , -r W-paul.-N .- , A 4 . 5, "" 3, .1 The e Fewoeite Promenade gl an nil' QSZ!"g'6S2,' S- H-:ilf5"x,.1954' 3 B ' ' f .gg ,.-"- ,, ,rv-1 J, . ' A ha'- N . 1 Q e P - X-Arm-fe A Q -I-:',,,,. Q ,V -1 ' A -4 vL4,,. , V Q O K an , 'f::A.,Ag:.' . , Hx 3,11 '- 'N H M 'frffffliff ,ff 1 1-1 e Q- v. ,rbi-fggffewi' E .N n A s ' 5 "WT QQEWT 3. 1 , i 'JN 5 I " -a. 3 A 5 .2 , . lt Z K i ,JL 3 1, N I r ts , if . ,A Ji , 5- e ' ' if 2 E" .-1 -. 2 N' ,.f.giA , ,AN V A ll W Ll f X X A, A ww' EXECUTIVE MR. J. M. HODGES Superintendent Public Schools ,. ll v . The Superin+enden+'s Message HE TYLER HIGH SCHOOL has made rapid progress during the past five years. At present this high school is numbered among the largest in Texas. Practically every section of the United States is represented by new students this year, who, as a whole, are boys and girls that any school would be glad to accept. With the rapid growth of the school have come a more eflicient organization, a broader curriculum, and a more wholesome activity program. What shall be the future of the Tyler High School? An enlargement of the physical plant and a further extension of the curriculum will do much to meet the needs of the boys and girls in this rapidly growing city. More important than all of these is the consciousness on the part of the stu- dents that they alone will make the type of school that Tyler will have tomorrow. , J. M. HODGES, Su perintendent. MR. S. B. BUKK Principal Tyler High Scbool f 4 .. 2 .. . . 5. W ,, , 'tw Mn 4 'ff ' We " :mais " 3-iffa , ,.-ff-x .- , 9 f '-gf , 1 The Principal's Message HE HIGH SCHOOL ANNUAL serves as an extra cur- ricular activity through which many students get prac- tical business experience. As years pass, the ALCALDE be- comes an invaluable reference in recalling the happenings of high school days. It also aids in preserving the customs and traditions established by teachers and students, which have become a great balancing factor in Tyler High School for the many new additions to our group. The sponsors and staff are to be congratulated for their efforts in making this book. S. B. BURK, Principal. lr' Ili ,,-v FACULTY MRS. ROY C. OWENS Supervisor of Instruction MR. J. C. BACHMAN History, Government MISS MARY BOURNE Latin, English MISS MARY CAMPBELL English MISS ALICE DOUGLAS Clothing MISS BLAND EUBANK Science MISS CORA EVANS Mathematics MR. GEORGE A. FOLTZ Boys' Physical Education MRS. CATHERINE CURTIS FOLTZ Science, Foods MISS AILEEN GRIFFIN English MISS ADELE HENDERSON History MRS. S. T. JONES Government, Economics MR. RUFUS KING Boys' Physical Training MISS VERA MANIRE Girls' Physical Training. MISS MAUD PETERS Mathematics. MR. J. A. POSTON Mathematics. MR. R. F. SMQTHERS Commercial Arts. MISS LUCILLE STOVER Chemistry, Physics. MRS. HAROLD STRINGER Supervisor of Study. MR. F. D. ULMER Mathematics MR. C. C. WEST Supervisor of Study. MISS LETA YARBROUGH Spanish. MISS INA ROBERTS Head Librarian. MISS LOTTIE RAY Assistant Librarian. MISS VADA HEFFNER Secretary to the Superintendent. MISS ANNIE MAE BYRUM Secretary to the Principal. MRS. WI O. WILLIAMS Dietitian. ,ps I... .1 -in 'O ff' jf gl ff' ,V +V 4 s 1 , 1 I Y. . -.1 Q! .W ., "KG Page 1 I f BOARD OF EDUCATION T. C. WILLIAMS, President A. C. Boon P. C. PINKERTON T. B. RAMEY J. D. SHAW R. W. FAIR J. H. BARRON PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATIONS MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. JUNIOR COLLEGE SKINNER ----------- President G. F. CUTHRELL - - Viee+President J. H. CALHOUN - - - Treasurer J. M. HODGES - - - - - Secretary H I G H S C H O O L CLEM RICE - - - ------- President ROY C. OWENS - - - - Vice-President J. M. I-IUDGES - - Second Vice-President V. C. NALL - - - Recording Secretary WALTER NASH ----- Corresponding Secretary HARRY SHUFORD, President of Ways and Means Committee ,Z 'Im IN ACTION x .VQX - 45x 41.2 VY I I 1 ,' X 1 X 1 A r ? 'Ill ' I I FT I I 6 ,, fc, 9 x K ,Q 1 nhqws Q 1 Johnnie kicks off to other triumphs for the Lions, as the band, assisted by new blue and white uniforms, inspires the good old Tyler spirit. While coach and boys Cplus Clif- fordj plan further conquests, welll introduce you to Frances Stovall, Sponsor, Iiouis Durst, Drum Major, and Jimmie, Jeanette and Ed, Yell Leadersg all of whom had their part in bringing the twelfth man into the limelight. Popcorn, peanuts, and pep--pande- monium reigns as the gang starts for Athens and Corsicana. I l -- K E -.N ,-f . -pan uf' S ll Iii' if ll Ill R if Q!!! 3? .s mp. " 'E ll l K 1 , i r . l ' ...J I '- v l l ,.., , , , P4 Two T. H. S. "stand-lays" quickly resume their duties-the busses bearing valuable cargo, and the popular promenade protecting promenaders from exposure. The redheads offer the proof that all that glitters is not gold, :ind three modernettes insist that a worth- while motto is: "See, hear. and speak no evil." The gentlemen are entraneecl with the choice group of newcomers who give us a smile. The editorial staff assume A modest UQ expression as they study the new Lion-Apache Pow Wow. -76 - ,X f' if fu! ini' ,A H, , vsffn W a',5.:1,. ' ax xx ' 1 .1 A i e L . -Haze me aan --' it gi Kiddies, have you your complete stamp collection yet? Hurry to get these new ones. Our friend Sappo's test tube appears harmless enough, but observe the daredevil look in his eye! .lust for you Pop-Eye shows his "musshel" and hangs his pipe at a rakish angle. Tillie the Toiler, neither toiling nor spinning, charms with a "looking-at-you" smile. The angelic attitude adopted by the Katzenjammer Kids is really permanent, guaranteed to wear. Dora Bell applies the puff in her knowing way Cand she ain't so dumblj. Finally, you e.1n't resist this look-in on the private lives of Bryan and Johnson, gentlemen with a past and pride of the old T. H. S. album! 2? U !""' nl: 5, 2 5-,F-M vii'-"' serv-- ,- .11 -, , 2 4' I, ":',. Sljabz. I, 'J PY 452, HAM., .' .nf ,f at I ' ,3- V ,Q we ga. X I '. 5 X I Thanks for the theme picture offered for our page in honor of leap year.'In triple fashion the ladies salute as three who practice "Look before you leap," while the gentlemen interpret thusly: "Just look us over before you leapf, On exhibit, too, are some chronic cases of leap year hits fsome extending over from previous years, of coursej. 23 6 all Z' Qgxt Llf' ll Q -f' 9 , s ll ,W Maybe it's the atmosphere, maybe it's astigmatismg sometimes we study so hard, we think we're seeing double, and again there really is a couple of other fellows. The twins and near twins convince us charm goes in pairs. Fat and Rose set us straight about the long and short of the matter. Centennial year presents the Spirit of '76. Two things puzzle: why are the double-pairs so amused, and how can Frank and Ben, big campus he-men, look so intelligent? if Powdered curls and ruffled neckties, polka dots, and suspenders-it's all one and the same when good fellows get together. In another mob scene, we see all flavors of "Sunday- go-to-meetin' " smiles displayed. A study in contrasts: three dazzling maidens against a hillside, and three musketeers completely enveloped in "what-a-men" expressions. We are responsible for no scalps when this group on the steps really gets the war-paint on. Better hold to yours. 0 Y s QQ Y' , M, K n a . f Wx ' . . e 1 S x 3 X1 YA' l ,r'1 1 05' A . as 'f wa N s-kai ,xg if , xii VQ:,,A i X f .' ', 1-L55 ' 'Si -4. t x in I M ul 4 "i V ia, ww? ,ns Q Ah 'Mg A ' r ,f 4 fa! ., I I G Q ,WA - SJ, tiki-all ' -. T! li 73' 4 5 I 1 ? 'l fn 9 su: M, W ig 3 'll V 4 ' -4 , . Q I V -ft I.- . ' S LA In the spring, fancies differ-this trio to the shade of the good ole campus tree Cwood- man, spare itj, and the racketeers to tennis. The girl graduates who started out to find fun and fellowship certainly radiate good cheer in these samples. We have a reserved space for the possessors of the key to our-Qfooled youj lockers, and the Alc.alde ofhce! We offer no footnotes on this treat for the eyesg it is of a sufficiency. Louise looks at us so pensively that we all wonderlwhat vacation time will bring. if WT VMVW I 0 ff V f' f 35-S1 X " M 1 I THE CREW '4 05,09 QM ' W 'L . 0, . at .m- A-'0 f I o C I vm Y' x II LAX ' 'w XA Y , f,y f J K f 1 J I932 Page JU SENIOR CLASS CFFICERS LELAND XVILCOX President, Mid-term Graduating Class. Dramatic Club, Football. How can hr he so shy with such a twinkle in his eye? JOHN WILCOX President, Spring Graduating Class. Football Captain '31, Hi-Y, Business Manager Alcalde. No doubt john rould have proved thirteen angels stood on the point of one needle. HARRY SHUFORD Vice-President, Mid-term Graduating Class. Football, Basketball, Camp Audubon, President junior Class, Alcalde Staff, Hi-Y. Qnlrk al rrpartre on the gridiron or on the stage. ALBERT HILL Vice-President, Spring Graduating Class. Football, Camp Audubon, T. Club. - He earned the title "Ran1min' Mulz"' on the 7- Q football field, he uses it to down all obstacles. , xr E HELEN ALEXANDER X 9 X' A Secretary, Mid-term Graduating Class. ' Pep Squad, Hiking Club, G. A. A., Forum, Dramatic Club, Glce Club, Girl Scputs. ' The question is: Is it Chandler, the town, whirl: espeeially 1,1 V. illterrsts her? fgff.'Q1::'f - ,. ,-. '4 FRANCES STOVALL ' ' ' V -t Secretary, Spring Graduating Class. Pep Squad, Dramatic Club, G. A. A., Forum, K. T. Club, Glee Club, Football Sponsor. For xhe's a jolly good fellow. A SENIOR MUSES Dear Seniors, as we graduate, Happiness and hope are ours indeed, Sorrow and despair in ainhush wait, But fame is ours as we succeed. Yet, why should we nzuse on fate, Destroying our dream paradise? Sadness never Comes too late, Happiness too swiftly flies. JOSEPHINE BRINKERHOFF. JACK ABERNATHY Has masfered the arf of making his arquainiunces friends. ,. W, 'D ALICE MAE AYERS Music Club, Atlas, Girls' Forum. Our selection for the role of Dame Fashion. b 5,7 f 4 Q I I f V , as f Y 1 ELLA MAE BAILES K Glee Club, Hiking Club. Alfogelhcr lrue and allogeiher lovely. .. .. ,f3,. 'J BURNICE BLAIR lVhalez'er he does we are believing in him. HOWELL CHAMBLESS Heri"s another one of the T. H. S. "pairs"-Grade A variety. V MARGARET COFFEY Spanish Club, Pep Squad, Orchestra, Girl Scouts, Forum, R. O. H., Atlas. Music is not the only soothing charm this girl has. JACK CROSS Military Club, Class Football. ' Always an agreeable companion. Q SEQ, '39 4- BOB GASTON Busy Bees, Class Football, Office Boy. A true friend and everybodgfs helper. FRANCES GIMBLE Hiking Club, G. H. I., Forum, G. A. A. industrious and depemlable-doesn't believe in adlferlising herself. LUCILLE GIMBLE Hiking Club, Alcalde Staff. Q1 Her molto: To be the sweetest girl in school. ORA LEE GINN Glee Club, R. O. H., Basketball. 1 Pleasing, friendly, and willing lo do her part. RAYMOND GOODWIN Glee Club, Boy Scouts, Freshman Football, Freshman Quartet, Spanish Club, Basketball. Boys, thar's gold in them hills--jus! sri' lhu J ff 3 . 5-'el 'i fi , of C' 4, 212. 2, , , I I I i 5 4 . f I , if p 43' xi gi reflection. Page ,N .M l'ng1' I2 BILL GOSHORN Alcalde Staff. The wonder rose and lbe wonder grew How om, small head could carry all hc' knew. NEVA HALE Scouts' Club, H. I. Club, G. A. A., Girls' Forum Glee Club. For ber lbings happen-or shc' knows wlay. VAN HATCHER l 1 Band. 1' A will lo do great rlcwls. BURK HERRIN in M,,X,, Class Football. I I' Always willing and always capablr. CHRISTINE HICKS Dramatic Club, Orchestra, Glee Club,.Pep Squad, Girl Scouts G. H. I. Sllr' rlurrs fo zlo rigbl. MARY RUTH HUMPHREYS T. H. C. of C., Tennis, H. I. C., Hiking Club Pep Squad, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Forum Atlas. Om' who nfwr fails a frivml. LEO KAEMMERLEN Arts and Crafts Club, Military Club, Spanish Club, Tennis. Rf'sr'rL'nl but infellvclual. GEORGE KAMEI. Science Club, Military Club, Glee Club, Foot- ball, Baseball, Dramatic Club, Atlas. Ham! work? O. K.! Bu! ob you footworkl fs. W' 'r' . . if , WILLIE KAY 2. 3 ' . G. H. I. Club. Thorough and rfcirnt, an rxcrllrnt fricnzl. CHESTER LACY Military Club, Class Football, 3 S. Club. Sulifuzli' is bis frivml. f , JOHN s. MORRIS f 1 Band, Orchestra, Football, Track, Tennis, T. Club, Camp C Audubon. ' is Small, lull gives promisr' of fufurv gYl'dfl1l'KS. A x MYRA BELLE MORRIS ' ix.-' Girls' Forum, G. A. A., Hiking Club, G. H. 1. C IQ. , . sz". Club, Atlas. ' 'I' D- J',,.s' ,, f 'twig ' 9- , A blomlv Diana? Ba'lir'L'r' if or not, lJvrr's flu: dial.- fffwff 1 LLOYD NUNN Destined to arrive wherever he sets his heart on going. GETTYS OWEN Glee Club, G. A. A., Hiking Club She always finals time to help. EARL PARSONS The grin indicates his unrufled good nature. ALFRED PATE Class Football, Class Basketball, Track, I-Ii-Y, Dramatic Club "He's a man for a' 'that." PAT PRESTWOOD Football, Spanish Club, Military Club Nice manners tell what's in the heart. Pat's heart must be gold. ARVIE PRICE Glee Club, Pep Squad, Girls' Forum, Atlas. She possesses wisdom and keeps her heart and temper under control. ELDAMARIS PRICE G. H. I., Hiking Club, Spanish Club Savors delightfully of an old-fashioned garden. LOIS RICE Hiking Club, R. O. I-I., Spanish Club, G. A. A., Girl Scouts, Glee Club, Atlas, Forum. Her eyes say what she omits. ALA SANDERS Pep Squad, Spanish Club, Girl Scouts, Forum, Apache-Lion Pow-Wow, G. I-I. I., G. A. A., Atlas. Her serenity bespeaks success in her chosen work. FRANK SHANNON Possessor of a persuasive manner, it's the Irish in his tongue. BEULAI-I SKIDMORE Girls' Forum, R. O. I-I. Perpelually displays a quiet poise and reserve. TRAVIS SPENCER Boy Scouts Has ambitions which he tackles unobtrusively. I 5 Z ,fi , 3 Q N1 ' ll .a 1-,I-I 1,11 :IC yy 7.1,-.' .5 A I '38 I V1 A fi. ,p ' 6 'wi .ss Page 1 Q NEWTON STARNES Hi-Y Humorous or serious, he adapts himself readily. MARY STRINGER Basketball, G. A. A., Hiking Club, G. H. I. Excels in making goals and making friends. MYRA STRINGER Basketball, G. A. A., Hiking Club, G. H. I. Myra is interested in that part of "history" that deals with the siege of York. FLAY SWANN G. I-L I., Glee Club, R. O. H., Atlas, Hiking Club. Modesty is her policy. VERNA THOMPSON Glee Club, C. C., Pep Squad, Footlights Club, G. H. I., Forum, Hiking Club, Atlas. X Her quietness in speech and manner soothes. ATRELLE THORNTON ' Glee Club, Pep Squad, Footlights Club, G. H. I., Forum, Girl Scouts, Atlas, G. A. A., R. O. H., Debating Club. An aspirant who is destined to achiue. GLENN THORNTON Football, Basketball, Tennis, Honor Roll Club, Speech Club, J. C. C., Science Club. Tenacious? You should see him hold that line. MARYLEE TURNER Glee Club, Pep Squad, Camp Fire Girls,G.H. I., G. A. A., R. O. H., Atlas, Footlights Club, Forum. If smiles were ten spots, she couldrft evade the income tax. SUNSHINE TURNER Glee Club Oh, yes, she rides on a sunbeam, too. ADELLE UNIS Girl Scouts, Glee Club, R. O. H., Pep Squad, Girls' Forum, Atlas. One who is invariably amiable. ELVYN UTZ Band, Atlas. Another likeable agriculturalistg he grows roses. PAUL MCCLELLAN He has a business-like way of getting his education. DOROTHY ALLEN Pep Squad, Glee Club, Footlights, K. T., Forum. A living porfrait of grafiousuvss. MELBA ALLEN Glee Club Br rarrful of bar 'wilvlaing manner ANNE MYRTLE ASHBY Pep Squad, K. T., Hiking Club, Tumbling Squad, Busy Bees, Forum. Misrbirf lurks in bar blur, blur- cyvs. JOHNNIE BAIRD Pep Squad, Forum, G. A. A., Girl Scouts. Thr girl with tbr plvasaul smile. HOYT' BARBEE Basketball, History Club, Y's Owl Club. Re'suru'il bu! not prf'srr1'v4l. LOUISE BARBER Alcaldc Staff, Pep Squad, Forum, Glee Club, Loyal Lions, R. O. H., Vice-President Sopho- more Class, Orchestra. She is thi- Alcalilelv definition of personality. LOIS BARRON Has ambilions Io cxccl in quiefm-ss. CATHERINE BARTON Glee Club, G. A. A., Composer's Club, Forum Arthur's Round Table. Depvmlable and sincere is Ibis maiilvn. MARY JOYCE BATTENFIE LD Hiking, Glee Club, Pep Squad, R. O. H., Forum, Loyal Lions Hvr sbining Iresscs cnrplmsize fam' charm. COLEEN BAUGHN Arthur's Round Table, Hiking, R. O. H., Forum, Alcalde Staff. A lovable combination of charm and clcvcrncss. OSCAR BEDGOOD Wlavn opporlunities do not appear, be makes tlavm. VERA BELL R. o. H., Hiking Club. Noiselessly cjficimil in ber mzdifrfukings. .dll- -ar Page 35 qc MACK BORING Military Club, Class Football, Arthur's Round Table. The T. H. S. "Beau Bru1nmel." JOSEPHINE BRINKERHOFF Alcalde Staff, Girl Scouts, Book Club, High Ideals Club. An agreeable philosopher who is attracted to the novel. C. BROGAN Spanish Club, J. C. C., Tyler Hi-Lights, Tennis Club, Dramatic Club. Why be on time? Late is better than never. VETA MAE BROWNING G. A. A., Girls' Forum, R. O. H., Hiking Club. Her troubles collect in Chemistry lab. BILL BROYLES - He intends to get to work . . . soon. TOM BROYLES ' Y's Owl Club. A painstaking, tireless worker. WYNETH BRUNE Library Club, Dramatic Club, Glee Club. She knows how to use her big, brown eyes. MONROE BRYAN Hi-Y Club, Tyler Hi-Lights. His prayer: May I be like Einstein! HELEN BURNETT Library Club, G. H. I., Forum, Book Club, Honor Roll Club. A mind whose depths ran scarce be found. NORMA LEE BURNETT Her motto: "Silence is golden." We predict wealth. MARIE CAMPBELL R. O. H., Spanish Club, French Club, Forum, Hiking Club, Pep Squad. Admired for her amiability. PARALEE BUTLER Glee Club, Spelling Club, Hiking Club, R. O. H., Loyal Lions Forum. Her reserve has a potency whieh eaptivates. WILLIE CAPES Pep Squad, G. A. A. Life would not be eomplete without her. FLORENCE CARROLL Forum. One who is always ready to do her part. NORA LEE CASTLE Girls' Forum. Her name signifies generosity. EDWIN CHILCOTE T. H. S. C. of C., Boy Scouts, Hi-Y, Dramtic Club, Tennis Club. Pangs of government afect him still. FRANKLIN COBB Tennis Club, Spanish Club, Hi-Y, T. H. S. C. of C., Loyal Lions. A little boy with lively ways. JIMMIE RUTH COKER R. O. H., Basketball, Forum, G. A. A., Spell- ing Club, Honor Roll Club. We admire her vitality. DELMA CONNALLY Glee Club, Girls' Forum. She responds willingly hut silently. FRANCES CORBAN Dramatic Club, Pep Squad, Library, Arthur's Round Table, Composers' Club. The possessor of unexpected wit. WILLIAM CRAWFORD Hi-Y, Boy Scouts, Football. He may speak slowly, but he gets there on time. LOUISE CURRIE Glee Club, Pep Squad. As sweet and gentle as a breeze. ERNESTYNF. DAHNKE G. A. A., Hiking, Forum, Loyal Lions. Interested in exterior decoration. EDITH CLARK Forum, Pep Squad, G. A. A. The favorite of "Waldemar." 4 .1 ll!! Q s... ps Sv S . . it , . I Q. I is ' . , aj ff 1 X' X J ' Q, ,f ' A, 1- 'J J I 48 'age .18 ESTELLE DEAN R. O. H., Apache-Lion Pow-Wow, Hiking Club, Arthur's Round Table. Has bewitehing powers equal to the movie star she resembles. THELMA DEAN R. O. H., Hiking Club, G. A. A., Arthur's Round Table. Serene, placid-adjectives of that kind typify Thelma. J. W. DEBENPORT Alcalde Staff, J. C. C., Arthur's Round Table, Hi-Y, Boy Scouts, Tennis. Dependable, likeable, and how he wins his superior ofieers! JOHN DOGGETT A genius with geometry and physics. LELAND EDMONDSON N Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball. Inst catch him if you can, girls. EVELYN EDWARDS ' Glee Club, Pep Squad, Girls' Forum, R. O. H., H. H. Club. One who is always immaculate. LORENE ELLERD Forum, Glee Club, R. O. H., H. H. A most congenial friend. EARL ELLIOTT Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Military Club, Arthur's Round Table. Takes great pride in his limousine. HAZEL ELLIOTT Pep Squad, Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, Forum. A zealous fun-maker. WILLIAM ELIASSOF Camp Audubon, Hi-Y, Apache-Lion Pow-Wow Staff, Footlighns. A statesman wise and capable. HAZEL FARR H. H. Club. Hazel likes colors, espeeially Lavender. ALLIENE FERGUSON Loyal Lions, Forum. A smile like hers is rare indeed. ELOIS FINLEY Book Club, Forum, G. A. A., H. H. She lives in the present. ELIZABETH FITZGERALD K. T. Club, R. O. H., Girls' Forum. We can't fathom the secret of her fascination. GERTRUDE FLEMING Girls' Forum, H. H. Club. A new girl, but a true girl. EDNA FOSHEE R. O. H., Forum, Hiking Club, Pep Squad. A mischievous miss. RUTH FRANKLIN Pep Squad, Declamation, Busy Bee, Spanish Club, Glee Club A tantalizing, fun-loving, blond whirlwind. EDWARD GRIENEEKS Arthur's Round Table. The culture and vocabulary of old Boston. FRANCES GARRETT Hiking Club, G. A. A., Tennis. Her mind is as quick as her tennis. THOMAS GEORGE Alcalde Staff, Hi-Y. Possessor of a pert loquacity that intrigues. HELEN GILLEY K. T. Club, R. O. H., Forum. She invariably wins friends with her unassuming manner. THOMAS GLASS Football, K. T. His favorite sport: Football, his favorite book: Ruth. OWENA GODFREY Pep Squad, Glee Club, Alcalde Staff, Forum. Her artistic ability applies to more than art. LILLIAN GAGE GOLSAN . . . ee Camp Fire Gnrls, Library, Gl Club, Hiking, Dramatic Club. In intellect she surpasses. Faye .19 -I. B. GOODSON K. T. Club, Military Club, Football. Possfssrs nom' but the' basl of inirntious. LETHA MAE GOODVVIN Loyal Lions, Forum, G. A. A. Her eyes broadcast her good will LLOYD GRAHAM K. T. Club, Football. A farorilv becausc' of his aloof mannfr JAY GRISHAM Alcalde Staff, Dramatic Club, T An arlist with piraliral lasles. RUBY GUINN Glee Club, Girls' Forum, H. E. Club. Thr sparrow is no more still than she. EMILY HANSON Arthur's Round Table, Composers Club Pep Squad, Glee Club, Girls' Forum. Quia! little Emily, always sincvrc BEN I-IARDEGREE Hi-Y. His humorous ways ajord us joy. MACK HARDWICK Hi-Y, Dramatic Club, Climbers' Club K Club, Military Club, Football, Track On Ihr fooiball fivld or in lbe classroom bi good will persists. CLARENCE HARRISON Football, Hi-Y, Alcalde Staff '30, Apache-Lion Pow Wow Spanish Club, History Club. A lrue sport: bv pradicrs sporfsmanship. PAULINE HEFFLER Library Club, H. I. Club, Honor Roll Club Pep Squad, Dramatic Club. Swvrlcr than swrvf. ,VERNON HENDLEY Drink the draughl of lifrg don-'t spill il. HELEN ANN HENLEY Hiking Club, Pep Squad, Girls' Forum A maiden alluring and fair. ADELINE HENRY G. A. A., Pep Squad, Hiking Club. Sbe tolerates none but likeable qualities. VIRGINIA HENSLEE H. I. Club, Dramatic Club, Book Club, Oilice, Arthur's Round Table, Tyler High C. of C. A bit of the old South in ber manner. BILL HERNDON Baseball, Football, K. T. Club. Has many beary social obligations. ELIZABETH HERRIN H. I. Club, Girl Scouts, Orchestra, Hiking Club. Her work takes mueb of ber pleasure, but ber vulture is perfect. MAXWELL HERRING Hi-Y Club, Apache-Lion Pow-Wow. Sforns all but the best. JUANITA Hoon Spanish Club, Girls' Forum, Hiking Club. Quietly alert at all times. CHRISTINE HUDSON Pep Squad, Home Economics Club, Hiking Club, Glee Club. Tbere're wonders in ber smile. DOROTHY IRION Girls' Forum. Capable of meeting any situation. ARTHUR JOHNSON Alcalde Staff, Hi-Y, Football. Good sportsmen, good nature-good old uxorldlto give us Arthur. FRANCES JOHNSON Spanish Club, Glee Club, Orchestra, Hiking Club. Her music bath claarm to sootlae the savage breast. GEORGE FRANK JONES Spanish Club, Hi-Y. He's loyal to tbe Crescent and to the selaool. LENA JORDAN Spanish Club, R. O. H., Arthur's Round Table, Composers' Club. A proof that quietness indicates depth. A J? A Ut to -if Page 42 RUBY JORDAN Spanish Club, H. H. Club, Girls' Forum. Ring out the joy bells: here's Ruby! PHILLIP KAY Football, Arthur's Round Table. The physique of an athlete, the manner of a gentleman. JANETHA DALE KEARBY K. T. Club, Girls' Forum. A perscnifieation of eonseientiousness Qand much tinier than this indieateslj FRANK KITCHENS Baseball, Arthur's Round Table. The strong, silent type, with baseball interests. WALTON LANGSTON Football, Basketball, Glee Club, Dramatic Club. No time for studies or athletics-where are you, girls? JIM LAVENDER I Dramatic Club, Hi-Y, Safety Patrol, Boy Scouts. Always stauneh and sincere. JUANITA LAVENDER Latin Club, H. I. Club, Girls' Forum, Honor Roll Club, Library Club, Camp Fire Girls, H. H. Club. She's an arromplished orator. MARIE FRANCES LEE H. I. Club, Council Girls' Forum, Footlights Club. She wants expression a-nd has expression. JEROME LEIBS Tennis Club, Class Football. He e.u'Cutes every laslt well. ELSIE LEWIS Girl Scouts, G. A. A., Loyal Lions, Forum. A student with high ideals. MARY RUTH LIGON Arthur's Round Table. She wins friends quickly by her sincere friendliness. MARY LOUISE LONG H. I. Club, Dramatic Club, Loyal Lions. She makes a success of whatever she does. ELIZABETH LONGLEY Spanish Club, Glee Club, Loyal Lions. Bofh clever and gay. ELIZABETH LUSK G. A. A., Girls' Forum. Flashes the true smile of friendship. EDWINA LUTTES G. A. A., Hiking Club, Pep Squad. She is never rujied by aaluersify. T. L. LYTLE Hi-Y Club, Boy Scouts, Class Football. Is atiaining success before the fooflights. PHILLIP MALLOY Declamation Club, Hi-Y Club, Dramatic Club. Secretly aspires lo become Governor Malloy of Texas. J. W. MATTASOLIO Arrhur's Round Table. Our nominee for Monsieur Merrimenl. BETTYE MATTHEWS Artl1ur's Round Table. The possessor of a well-deserved popularily. MARGARET MAYNOR Editor of Alcalde, Library Club, R. O. H., Forum, K. T. Club, Book Club, G. A. A., Girl Scouts. Ability, allractiueness, animation, aggregaled: Margaref. H. J. MCBRIDE Band, H. H. Club. Worry is the least of his worries. DONNELL KERR His grin radiates good cheer. CARL MCFARLAND Believes in accomplishment first, then talk. ISABELLE MCFARLAND Pep Sq ad, Girl Scouts, G. A. A., Forum. Why do gentlemen prefer blondes? Answer seen to the right. Page JJ LOUISE MCFARLAND H. H. Club, Forum, Camp Fire Girls. The wistful gaze cvriainly slays. EDWARD MCILHERAN Hi-Y, Boy Scouts, Yell Leader, Safety Patrol, Arthur's Round Table, Tennis Club. His ambilion is to perfect the art of yell-lead- ing. ALTI-IA McKEE Girls' Forum, K. T. Club. Friends arc a nalural gift lo ber. REBA MESSER Pep Squad, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Forum, H. I. Club, Basketball. Always good company. MARJORIE ANNE MIDYETT Alcalde Staff, Pep Squad, Forum, Hiking Club, R. O. H., G. A. A., Loyal Lions, Dramatic Club. Titan would like ber as a prolegc. FRED MONTGOMERY More work, lass worry. I-IAYDEN MOORE Basketball, Baseball. He mfuer lacks a word of claver. ELNER MOSS Girls' Forum, Home Economics Club, Hiking Club. Why should she be silent wlacn sbs can talk well? JOHN MULLINS Basketball, H0 is nvwr bofbvrml. JIM MUNNERLYN Forum, G. A. A., Music Club. Posxcsscs a brart of lruc' gold. JULIA NATHAN Dramatic Club, Y's Owls. Has a smile for vzfrry cuslomvr and Iwo for some. LULU NEILL Pep Squad, K. T. Club, Forum, Dcclamations. Prvfarx to ride in Austins. BONNIE NEWTON Glee Club, R. O. H. Iusl as gay as her name. HEWITT NICHOLSON Takes no heed of failure. CLAIRE MAE NUNN Forum, Hiking Club, Declamations, Y's Owl Club. She finds friends when-ver she goes. MARTHA ODOM Library Club, Vice-President junior Class, Apache-Lion Pow-Wow, Footlights Club, Alcalde Staff '30. Martha's philosophy: When difieulties arise, be nonehalanl. RUBY OWENS Y's Owl Club, Glee Club. Has a well-proportioned nalure. JAMES PARKER Hi-Lights Staff, Football. I am shy, but let's be friends. ROBERT PECOT' Class Football, Military Club, J. C. C. Why worry? Life takes eare of him. GLEN PERDUE football. Likes a lot, ami is liked a lol. BESS PITTMAN Pep Squad, R. O. H., Hiking Club, Arthur's Round Table. Her genuineness makes her a valuable friend. ESTELLE PITTMAN Hiking Club, R. O. H., Pep Squad, Forum, Loyal Lions, Dramatic Club. Her personaliiy and charm Could well be prized by many. SIDNEY PLUMMER Band, K. T. Club. Liltle but mighty. GLYNN W. POTTER His folly is his Ford. af 'fs .5 ,Al f.-UQ 49 535 I mlm 1. ,,. ,ff 'WO Pam I J D ish 4 Page A6 NED PRICE Hi-Y, J. C. C., Spelling Club, General Science Club. He's one of the "allfright" group. MARGARET QUINN Glee Club, Pep Squad, Hiking Club, Girl Scouts, G. A. A., Library Club, Forum, Dramatic Club. Her genial disposition attracts many friends. DOROTHY RABY Pep Squad, Hi-Lights '30-'31, Forum, H. H. Club. Has a gifted tongue for spicy chatter. HOMER REYNOLDS K. T. Club. Aspires to be manager of All Publix Theatres. WILLARD RHONE Orchestra, Band, Spanish Club, Military? Club. He likes people and they like him. MARION ROBERTS ' Hiking Club, Girls' Forum. I'll vamp you if you don't watch out! ANNIE ROBINSON Forum, R. O. H., G. A. A., Hiking Club, K. T. Club. Intended for future eminence. HAROLD ROOSTH Spanish Club, Arthur's Round Table. A modern Atlas, does his part in holding up the world. MABEL ROBINSON Forum, Arthur' Round Table. Time speeds by, yet she remains unchanged. MARIE RUSSELL Glee Club, Girls' Forum. Is as interesting as she looks. EVALYN REESE Archur's Round Table, Forum. Endowed with charm and chit. FERRELI.. SANDERS Behind the eyebrows is a sun still shining. EDYTHE SCHLEUTER " px Girl Scouts. ' A '52 ' "' Once the name is pronounced, u.fe"re friends. ,Y .4 LOIS SHARP Forum, Hiking Club, R. O. H., H. I. Club, Loyal Lions. A friendship that makes least noise is often most useful. MARY EVELYN SHELTON Pep Squad, G. A. A., Y's Owl Club. ls very self-possessed. FLORINE SHUTTLEWORTH H. I. Club, Hiking Club, Forum, Girl Scouts, Foorlighrs. Desires to be a first class Girl Scout. LA RUE SLATON Forum, Loyal Lions. She speaks what she thinks, and ber ibougbts are always on hand. CLARA NELL CARTER R. O. H., H. I. Club, Forum. A combination of good will and gaiety. LOIS SMITH Girl Scouts, Hiking Club, Forum, Artliur's Round Table. More proof that Winona sends out high-class products. MARY CHRISTINE SMITH Pep Squad, R. O. H., G. A. A. She seems quiet and mild, so does dynamite. RACHEL SORRELLS Alcalde Staff, Forum, Hiking Club. A pretty girl with dainty ways a-nd artistic ability that always pays. ROY SPEAKS Football, Military Club. His voice is naturally deep, he's not really gruf. EVA CRAMER She completes every task with a song on her lips. OUIDA FAYE STEGER G. A. A., Pep Squad, R. O. H., Hiking Club. Show ber, and slJe'll do it. Jf X I1 slf 5. .aa F .fe ?' al' -I 36 "1 x lofi I'f1yv 47 tai S I , .UQ ix x aff . 1 -., 'X N-'va ' -up "' -uv. Q, 4.-0. , 1 If r 1' . ' 9 , U-r . 1' . ' . ,J . Z 4' ' x 1 J., , ' 4 'A ' vi I V ,s u . 'Sli 'Z af' Iiufc cs MARIETTA TALLEY Forum, Y's Owl Club, Glee Club, Hiking Club. How docs she slay so ncal? ELI TAYLOR Loyal Lions, Football. Hr is wisr, bul who c'1'c'r saw bim study? HAZEL TAYLOR K. T. Club, Forum, G. A. A., H. I. Club, Climbers. Com1'lim-ss and l'5t'll'l7l'J,' arf among ber cbaracicrislics. JEANETTE TAYLOR Forum, Hiking Club, R. O. H., Alcalde Staff, Yell Leader, Dramatic Club, Hi-Lights '3l. A frmininv dynamo wilb charm. JUNE TERRY G. A. A., Forum, Hiking Club. Slap works io abolish silrnrv. HOLLAND THOMPSON H. H. Club. A All things romc lo an vmlg lJc's wailing. PARKER TONVLES Band, Orchestra. An v,x'rf'llr'nl l71IlSIlId71 JEFF TUCKER Boy Scouts, Hi-Y, Camp Audubon, Soph. Pres., Alcalde Staff, Artl1ur's Round Table, Tennis Club. A winning grin io inlrocluvt' a rlvrvr miml. LOTTIE MARY TUCKER G. A. A., Forum, Hiking Club, Y's Owl Club. Shu always looks bw' basl, a "basl" basl. 'P EUGENIA TUNNELL Glee Club, Arthur's Round Table, Pep Squad. A rvul-lnvnlnl lik:-able m0zlvrm'llc. MILDRED THOMPSON Pep Squad, Glee Club, Orchestra, Artl1ur's Round Table, Forum. Sbr vxprusscs lavrsvlf in musiv, not in spvvvlu. ESTELLE UNIS Pep Squad, Girl Scouts, R. O. H., Hiking Club Forum, Y's Owl Club. Knows vtrryboclyg bar jolly smilv wins. ESPERANCE VON EMAN Pep Squad, K. T. Club, Forum. Has Ibn' imliriiluality wbirb bar Hama imliralvs. ALTON WADE Hc will do his perl, whatever it is. NELL WHITHAM Library Club, Pep Squad, Y's Owl Club, Forum. Sln' sperializcs in friend-making. GERTRUDE LUSK Forum. Has an umlcrslamling spiril. AVALON WILLIS Library Club, H. I. Club, Y's Owl Club, Forum. A traasure-irove of dignily, patienrr, and lovvlinrss. R. D. WILLIS He looks, he lisians, but he doesrfl speak. PATIZO WISDOM Hiking Club, Forum, K. T. Club. A rival for any of Flo Ziegfeld's girls. MARGARET' WOOD Pep Squad, Forum, Dramatic Club, K. T. Club, R. O. H. If czwy wood had a Margaret like Ibis, wouldn'! il be a lawn old world? LILLIE BELLE WRIGHT Hiking Club, Pep Squad, Glee Club, Loyal Lions, Forum. Sln' can rntvrlain with bar music. ROBERT YARBROUGH Y's Owl Club. Possvssvs the fombinafion lo enter lfvarls. WILLIAM YORK Hi-Y, Loyal Lions, Hi-Fliers, Military Club. His amiabilify am! business-like atlilualc make' friamls in awry rlass. CHESTER YOUNG Military Club. Poliirness wins the rare, boys. ll i I '41 iff' A 6 F A gf , -6, nl.- C Pa Ill aj . xx li. ..a 3 QA ll., s Y l Page 50 CHARLES ZORN Dramatic Club, Y's Owl Club, Football. He will forge ahead quietly and determinedly. J. T. BRUMLEY Football, Military Club, Basketball. "Iiggs" of our school, and the jinx of the op posing team. LOUIE DICKINSON He sleeps, eats, and lives Chemistry. MARGARET KILPATRICK Pep Squad, Office, Arthur's Round Table. An example of complete harmony. ,J if EVELYN SHERRY . Pep Squad, Forum, Loyal Lions. fe w 3 SlJe's an artist with her voire. 1 J ' ASHFORD DUNWOODY' A Use Asbford's voice instead of a drum. Yli CDE TO SUCCESS I must not linger hereg I must be on my way, Far out in the future somewhere There will come a trying day. So I must not linger here In doubt or secret fearsg I'll put my hopes in valiant thoughts And live for future years. No storm, I know, can change my odeg I'll live forever blest, For even the weariest road Leads somewhere to success. To success there is no easy way, But surely no fate l'll find, There'lI be success in whate'er I do lf I keep my ode in mind. -LA Run SLATON. fi J M V H ff ,f ' X Z 4 I933 JUNIOR CLASS KATHRYN BAILEY ALEXANDER BANKHEAD VEDA BARNES' LADDIE BENNETT OPAL BICKERDIKE MARY ALICE BLAKE MELBA BROOKS DEWTTT BROWN EVELYN BROWN MARGARET BRYSON HARRIS BURTON NOLAN BYRUM OPAL CA E L 'I GERALDINE CLARKSTON IRENE CLAYTON SARA COHEN O. N. COLE LULU DEBENPORT JESSIE MAE DEWITT HELEN DOWNS EDNA EARL EVANS LLA BETTA FORD HELEN FREEMAN REAGAN GREGORY MARY FRANCES GREEN J. D. HAIRSTON I ",j1wWA' 1 OUIDA BESS HARALSON GRACE HARRIS ELUESE HAYNES CARSWELL HOLLINSHEAD JIM HOOVER VERA MAY HUMPHREYS A 1 4 n ' ., Page JJ YEA. f Page 54 AJ MARGARET HUNT oscAR JOHNSON CORENE KELLOUGH GLADYS KELLOUGH LAURA KIDD HELEN KNIGHT NELL LAIRD ELAINE LANGWORTHY RUTH HAZEL LUTHER at " MARY ELLA MACMILLAN JULIAN MATTASOLIO LEANDER MCALISTER MILTON MCKINNEY LENORA FRANCES MCLAUGHLIN MARY SUE MCMURRAY ELAINE MILLER LOUISE MORRIS LINNIE ANN MULLINS JIMMIE PARKER ROBERT PEACOCK LUGENIA PORTER MARg'ELIZABETH RODIECK U' oq Shad' f THELMA RODERICK 'J' " PAUL sl-IAMBURGER ROSE BRYAN SHANNON NELL SIMMONS BARBARA SMITH EUGENE TALBERT MARY LOUISE TUNNELL INEZ XVESTMORELAND FRANK WHITE xr . . -.gli . 1, . Ii 1 LAUN WILSON Page 55 LION ACHIEVEMENTS Lafin Tournamenf, I93 I In the tournament for 1931 the place winners were: Josephine Brinkerhoff, fourth year-second place. Lillian Gage Golsan, fourth year-fourth place. The theme winners were: Verlee Horton, first year-first place. Elizabeth Herrin, second year-second place. Mary Gordon McDonald, fourth year-third place. The fourth year team won the fourth year cup. Nafional Honor Sociefy I The members of the National Honor Society selected for 1930-31 Were: Mitchell Saleh, Jahu Kay, Louise Wilie, Sunshine Neely, Pauline Todd, Nell Delay, Elizabeth Parker, Mary Gor- don McDonald, Margaret Jurney, Frances Beal, Sarah -Bailey, Bonna Bess Jones, Eleanor Luker, Marjorie Hicks, Mattie Coulter, Marie McMahon, Aaron Krumholtz, Myrlene Nerren, Louise Zarr, Marcus Shuttlesworth. Young Cifizens' Club The members selected for this club, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Tyler, Were: Elizabeth Herrin and Jahu Kay. Camp Audubon The boys selected for the Camp Audubon trip, an award given by Mr. T. E. Swann, were: William Eliassof and John S. Morris. I934 Page .38 SOPHOMORE CLASS WINIFRED A 1 RES MA RY JANE BASS J. H. BAUGHN JIMMIE SUE BATTENFIELD MARGUERITE BILLINGSLY RUTH BRADBERRY JEFF BRACKEN BESSIE MILDRED BRUNE JOE COLE EVELYN BUZZO EVELYN CREWS ' LETCHER DEAN DUFF CULWELL M. C. DENDY HERMAN EISEN SEGLE FRY LOTIS GOURLEY LAURA BESS DENMAN CLYDE GIBBS WILMA LEE GRAY ELLEN JILES JEWELL HALL LESTER JOHNSTON MITCHELL KAMEL CLOVIS MCALPIN KATHRYN MCMILLAN WINNIE FRED MORRIS MABLE LOUISE PALMER LOUISE PATTERSON FRANK PERRYMAN WILSON PHILLIPS TOMMIE LOUISE PINKSTON LA NELLE SAMPSON SARA LEE SELMAN VIRGINIA SHERRY MARTHA SHUFORD CHRISTINE SMITH BEATRICE TAYLOR MARY LOUISE TODD WOODROW TUNNELL PAUL TURMAN MARIE UNIS GRACE VANCE NELL WADDELL DOT WALKER RAY WOOD GRACE RICE ol v If 'P-1 x J Ai 'Q . 6 Pa-gc .79 Page Being Ye Log of Ye Journey Sepf. I4-We pulled up anchor in a strong nor'easter and set course Exam. by Fall Semester. Sept. 18-Hung ship Jacksonville to yard- arm. Pitched crew overboard in 32 fathoms of sea. Sept. 24-Approached squall off starboard. Sailors and captain joined and pulled for paper. S0pf.25-Mutiny on board ship. Cut down 32 Houston gang by using 13 volunteers. Url. 2-Cast Longview off in 60 fathoms. Sailing good. Off. 5-Cast lots for senior commanders. Ori. 6-Ran into storm off Paper Island. Cast lots for ofhcersl ballot. Ort. 7-Cast lots. Peaceful harbor ahead. Off. 9-Played skulls with Texarkana. He lost: 52-0. Off. I6-Sailors mutinied. Marshall over- came six men. Regained control. Clear seas ahead. Ori. 23-Lufkin lost in game of cut- lasses. Good sailing. Off. .2 8-Rough sailing. Bad news. Sighted V patrol "Report Cards." Groans heard. Off. 30-Overcame Palestine with cut- lasses. Pitched him overboard. Nov. 4-Boarded "Alcalde Excuses." Found camera. All pictures taken. Nozf. II-Won in fight with Gilmer. Sev- eral seamen injured. Regained control. Nozf. I7-Boarded "Six Weeks Test." Sev- eral sailors drowned. Many spoils. NOL'.20-Tyler beat Athens in Cutlass practice. Nov. 23-Docked and found some girls. Party not complete for-rum. QGirls' Forumj. Nov. 26-Nacogdoches and Tyler played at odds in skulls. Neither won. UU Nor. 27--"Turkey" followed us. Put in at "Port Lessons" and escaped. Der. 4-Buried gold on "School Picture" island. Dec. 5-Corsicana beat Tyler for bi-ship skull game 19-0. Dec. 9-Sighted "Report Cards" off-star- board. Full sail ahead. Course Exam by Fall Semester. Der. 22-Lookout sighted bay of Christ- mas ahead. Anchored for ten-day time of repair and pleasure. jan. 4-Out on the high seas again, squalls ahead. 11111.15-All new hands tried tests of climbing ropes. Some failed. Laughter, tears, and chagrin. ' 14111.21-Captured yachting party, favored some boys and girls. Pirehed others overboard. QAlcalde Favoritesj . jun. 22-Still sailing. Anchored at isle of Commencement. Lot of old hands left ship. Headed for Spring Term. Feb. 11-Bulletins from land smuggled on board. Spelled out name. Sounded like Apache-Lion Pow-Wow. Feb. 22-Ship favored by patriotic cele- bration of some prisoners. I think they said Washington. Mar. 8-Group of Shakespearean QPJ ac- tors performed "Hamlet." Crew split sides laughing. Mar. 18-Arguments on board ship. Re- solved, Pirating As It Is Now Practiced Is Unlawful. QDebates held between Captain Van and First Mate Tylerj . Apr. 1-Different athletic. games held on board ship: long deck race, discus, and cutlass throwing. Apr. 4-Disembarked and went to Russian Chorus in "Port Auditorium. Ten pieces of copper. Apr. 8-Lookout sighted ship "Alcalde." Seemed to be deserted. Not a thing left on board. , 5 ,E I -5. I fa 5 P" 1. f ',T!.'l f f f X X , 1 f if 'N If f 3 'Ui' If ' X i 32 X , Z! f Q 3 UE ' V' L J 4' I' c ' ' ' -1 K . H ,Z ,. . :K ?f , 1 2 Q-T ' ,ff -4.2 ,t 3 f .V 1 I a ff f - f ' - hw 4 Q 2 f 4 .: ,,,:?-- is .i', it ik ' , ,J I ' 7 X . +- f ' ' -1 ' f YP EQQ, f .1 W -,Q f f X Q , ff, -. - A f -' " 1' ' - - - Z' . 12 -- ' f in 1 6 f a -s X Q 'L , WI' af, 'Vu ' , . 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Y ,,,.. i. ll ',,,,,f' ,,- , 1? 4 , , ff , f n, ., f f Iii " 'Q p ', ' fff' ' ,llf-"E' -Z"""-f - ' ' WL fi, 'HT ffl! - - .-, ' ' 1,4 2- 1 fi-X J fl- ,L-L: fd f f Lili' ,hw F i- 74 f i- N ' g I ' Y :if I I ! ,, 7' ll- , 'i -1, .., f f" X fi- if 4 " ' -- ,? - --,qi ' Yi Zl- -12? - f - X -, ,'?2iSTV- A pf? - f ' ff ' f - CV...,-Wp,,,, PLANK WALKFNG .- Q2 ' Wlff I 1 Q I' O 1... 4 'Lf x lmvt b ,.' ,J Q Q ..,4.,i A4 '. O 0 I Y I ' g' ' 5 J I 4 Z A s 4. gn' , 1, .I , I I ' 1 ,-.. I 4 S 4.0: JE: JOHN WILCOX Captain Guard-Third Year john's football attitude made itself felt in the backfield as well as in the line. Shifted to half early in the season, he excelled in line plungingg his defensive work had its same outstanding quality. The team greatly missed his leadership and skill in the last games after hc was injured. JEFF BRACKEN Halfback-First Year Jeff, playing his first and last year of football with the Lions, proved one of the best passers on the team. His determination car- ried him a long way when he lugged the ball. Although light, he hit the line hard. O. N. COLE Center-First Year O. N. lettered his first year as a reserve center. He was good at breaking up passes and stopping line thrusts, and he was accurate in passing. Cole's steadiness "un- der fire" proved that he is capable of taking over the regular center position next year. COACH FOLTZ Another successful year was added to Mr. Foltz's credit. Al- though injuries occurred to several of his outstanding linesmen, he "whipped out" one of the strongest lines in the state. His fundamental principle of the game was to play clean and hard. Mr. Foltz will become Director of Athletics next year. COACH KING Mr. King taught the backfield the consistent style of play that prevailed throughout the year. His own scientific play of the game was passed on to the backfield men. Mr. King will become Head Coach next year. REAGAN GREGORY . .- Captain-Elm fa' W A . .sf P we K End-Second Year f , Reagan, as a generator of pep ' and fight, upheld the family '- - - tradition this year by playing N great football. He was an all- - around end, flashy in blocking X, 1, secondary defense. The Lions showed their belief in him by selecting him to lead the team next year. . xr,- j. T. BRUMLEY ' End-Third Year 1' l 2. iggs ability to snag passes , lap K J ' '55 made many a first down for the . Lions. His lanky build made it it possible for him to display these f ' feats of pass-snagging, and break- ing up of plays toward his side of the line. He will be greatly missed next year. NEWELL CRAWFORD " .ix Yi : , A Q . End-First Year is L Q VV Crawford is another first year X '-.. ' 'V X if man who played Hrst-class foot- ball. Although hampered by a bad "Charley-horse" at the last of the season, he was in every play, fighting and opposing back- -ar field men every minute he was in the game. ,Wa W ,. ii Page 63 THOMAS GLASS Tackle-Second Year Thomas is a tackle who deals an offensive end misery. He uses his hands, feet, speed, and his head splendidly. Glass played the outstanding game of his football career at Corsicana, where he was everywhere stopping off-tackle plays, end-runs, and line plunges. , PWS Halfback-First Year G. B. was the fastest man on the Lions' roster this year. His speed and shiftiness assisted him many times in getting into an open field and making long gal- lops. Hicks was too light to blockg therefore, he spent his spare time in lugging the ball to "pay dirt." ARTHUR JOHNSON Center-Second Year Arthur turned in another brilliant year at center. His suc- cess at blocking punts was instru- mental in making many touch- downs for the Lions: as a passer, there was none more accurate. His ability to see plays and his hard tackling, coupled with his center tricks should take him far in college football. MACK HARDWICK Guard-Second Year Mack was handicapped by a bad knee during the year. While he was playing, he was in there fighting and scrapping until the last minute. His determination to stop the opponents' offense was consistent and successful. ALBERT HILL Fullback-Third Year "Mule" is a line-plunger de luxe. His heavy build assisted him many times in cracking a good line. Opposing linesmen hated to see Hill shcot toward them, because he meant yardage for the Lions. His fine blocking helped much in off-tackle plays and end-runs. PHILLIP KAY Guard--First Year "Hank," playing his initial year of football at guard, rated the regular line-up by Hght and pep. Husky and good-natured, he enjoyed hitting the ball-carriers hard. Further experience will make him an outstanding lines- man. v JOHN S. MORRIS Halfback-Third Year johnnie's fine interference blocking will go down in history. Although little, he blocked with such determination that men of all sizes "bLt the turf." johnnie's ability to snag passes prevailed throughout the year. Once going, twisting, twirling, and sifting through a line, Morris was not easily caught. EDWIN RASCOE End-First Year Edwin received his first letter this year by showing up well "under Fire." His long and lanky build and his fight made him difficult to take out of the plays. Rascoe tackled hard and blocked well. He should do excellent work at end next year. R. E. SMITH Tackle-Second Year As a first year regular, R. E. was confronted with the task of filling Dave W'ilcox's place. This was no easy work, but he did it admirably. A defensive end al- ways hated to see R. E. come at him, because he took his man Out with a vengeance. JOHN PORTER Halfback-Second Year john got off at a slow start this year, but he ended up like a whirlwind. His long gallops featured many games. Porter was a good passer and an exceptional pass-receiver. Speedy, and shifty, he sifted out of many would-be tacklers' hands. HARRY SHUFORD Quarterback-Second Year Harry was converted into a punter, passer, and signal barker this year. His ability increased as the season progressed. Shuford was a power on both defense and offense. His tackling was Hercc, and his blocking was steady. Shifty and heavy, his runs were always good for yardage. TRAVIS STRIPLING Halfback-First Year In his ifirst year to letter, Travis pla-yed a fine brand of football. His defensive work was outstanding, his steady blocking was a great help to the runners. Stripling hit the line hard and always emerged with several yards to his credit. NIIIIC bifs ibe Gilmer lim' for yardage. 0 ' t I .Va r I I'tlyC 6 f Page 66 Beginning that touch- down drive. Q' 0 GLEN THORNTON Guard-First Year "Fat" was one of the most con- sistent linesmen in the line this year. He was hard to take out of the play, and he filled holes in a line that worried opposing teams. Thornton's long, high, spiral punts gained much yardage for LELAND WILCOX Guard-Second Year Lee was the first to be caught by the injury "jimi" this season. While he was in the game, he starred on defense, and was never completely taken out of a play. His manpower was greatly missed the Lions. , Z., la I K ,a after his injury BILLIE STAMPS Manager Billie held his responsible posi- tion as business manager in a capable manner. He was always on the job, looking after the equipment and the playing field, and ready to assist in every way. HONORABLE MENTION J. T. BRUMLEY: End, All-District. T. GLASS! Tackle, All-District. A. JOHNSON! Center, All-District, Dallas News' All-State. H. SHUFORD: Quarter, All-District. J. S. Momus: Fullback, All-District. J. WILCOX: Guard, All-District, All-Southern High School. Q S , lwf - - 1. pls The I93I Dis+ric'r Champions First Row: William Crawford, Leland Edmundson, jeff Bracken, George Kamel, Nolan Bynum, Laddie Bennett Srrorm' Row: Rufus King, Assistant Coach, Mack Hardwick, Thomas Glass, Albert Hill, Bill Herndon, O. N. Cole, Arthur johnson, john S. Morris, j. T. Brumley, Reagan Gregory, Harry Shuford, Philip Kay, George Foltz, Coach. Tbira' Row: Glenn Thorn- ton, Lloyd Graham, Mason Mayne, Cecil Payne, Sebren Gregory, Newell Crawford, Bill Nettles, j. B. Goodson, Travis Stripling, Leland Wilcox, Billie Stamps, Manager. Fourlb Row: Glen Purdue, Clarence Harrison, Herbert Butler, Bill Wilson, james Parker, jack Butler, Marvin Malone, john Porter, john Ingram. Fiflb Row: j. D. Hairston, Lester johnson, G. B. Hicks, Hollis Miles, Edwin Rascoe, j. B. Birdwell, jake Pines, j. H. Baughn. T H E S E A S O N Games and Scores Tyler - - 37 jacksonville - ' ' 0 Tyler - - 32 jeff Davis fHoustonj - - 13 Tyler - - 60 Longview ---- 0 Tyler - - 53 Texarkana - 0 Tyler - 2 Marshall 6 Tyler - - 21 Lufkin - 0 Tyler - - 31 Palestine 0 Tyler - - 28 Gilmer - W Tyler - - 3 1 Athens - - Tyler - 0 Nacogdoches - Tyler ---- 0 Corsicana - - - 19 Total points - - 295 Gpponents - - 38 Page 67 a.,,.-a The l932 Baske+balI Team Fin! Row: Arthur johnson, NVilliam Gibson, Harris Burton, Walton Langston, Captain, G. B. Hicks, Reagan Gregory. Srroml Row: Arthur Garrison, Sebren Gregory, Delbert Jackson, LI. B. Birdwell, Gilbert Rice, j. T. Brumley, Gus Blair. Third Row: George Foltz, Coach, John Mullins, George Castle, R. C. Ford. Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler Tyler T H E S E A S O N Games and Scores Forest - Forest - - - Jacksonville Marshall - - Nacogdoches Lufkin - - - Athens - - - Nacogdoches Lufkin - - Troup - Marshall - - jacksonville Pineland Imffvr' Mm: G. B. Hicks, Harris Burton, Walton Langston, Reagon Gregory, Arthur johnson, j. T. Brumley, William Gibson. Ian 08 WALTON LANGSTON Captain L W1 f V ,z -3- I gy, Q LT, -' V1 A , a Z G. A. A. First Row: Mary Frances Green, Erline Thompson, June jackson, Lucile Womack, Mildred Harris. Vera Mae Humphreys, Catherine Kammerlen, Hortense Alfred. Scfrond Row: Mozelle Shaw, Vita Mae Browning, Barbara Smith, Doris Kilpatrick. Assistant, Annie Mae Turner, Hilda Seay, Miss Manire, Jewell Harvey, jim Munnerlyn, Edwina Luttes. Third' Row: Irene Clayton, Elizabeth Lusk, Grace Harris, Laura Williams, Dorothy Harvillc, Helen Knight. Spor'r Managers JIM MUN NERLYN ------ Baslzvtbull LOTTIE MARY TUCKER - - - Tumbling CATHERINE KAEMMERLEN - - Hiking FRANCES GARRETT - - - - Tennis ADELINE HENRY - Baxrball LUCILE WOMACK - - Vollvyball ELIZABETH Lusit. - - Arrbvry JIM MUNNERLYN Prcsirirut S. '1- ,,-.. Page 69 0 u N K , A , i 5'a"I.Ii f1'1.1: 1,- 'fiivfl , c Q -rl , - i ,iiiflr " .- 4 , -K Nea.. ' ,i"f".el J W" 5:f,3f2,Q ff , f ljlickg, Lions' gg Hurdler and high point man. Three Lion javelin throwers, Gregory, Johnson, Brumley. Rascoe clears the bar. Brumley's mighty heave. Our weight men, Wilcox and Hardwick. Wilcox puts the shot. Tyler vs. Troup, Porter at the start of the 100 yards dash. f-N d-chblfv ORRSLLS if BUCCANEER BUDDIES H 'F' Y "WF O V vq' ' b 1 o , - ., o' N1 ,f,, ' mi ,gig al - "fi 531221 ' , 4, ' I a J- ,l I . . - 0 Gu' .. .M of ' . , r " r LN . X 4 I Sl Jr . .vt , . V K 'fu' w ll ,o . I-V -QQ OU, 'C Ah - v 0 ' fu - 0 H, J C .Wg 0 Ir- .A , ln! .,' .-ur 594 . go 'Q 1' 0 Q r-, . I A.'vt A: A" . 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V.- 3. 5' P .1 l F if - nf , I. Q I '1'q -3 V 'D Senior Favorites COLEEN BAUGHN ARTHUR JOHNSON junior Favorites MELBA BROOKS REAGAN GREGORY Sophomore Favorites DOROTHY NELL WISE DELBERT JACKSON -865 '19 iii-"' 1? ff", fm .9 1, ' zu 'e fmf Y: air:-vi. , sw, x ,V,,,. ,.1. 4 of I k .u.' - , , .Af 1-1"-' A Q . 0 Q-is a I I Q. JY 'L . 'v VAS 1 1 -1 ' I ' .' A. " , ,Q 0.3 . 1 onafil"f V fn .5 ,,' 1. 4 4' 3 o E 5. 'o 'Q s rm' , : , a 1 'ft J' 980 t 'gl MT' " ' .,? I O 1 . Q 'I O n 0 I 4- f - r I Uk .' L. rf 0'g ' o C' ' N 91,7 ' ... J. O P1 s BOARDING PARTIES ., V, .1 O a .YA Q " ': J, ' 1 . A75 F 'vb 4,3 1 - O U v v ,3, 'S 1.9. 1 " 91 ..4 fu 5 '- - -rv . 0 ' Q I . ,X A-: ,v 'W 1 4 ..-D 7 .ye -4 0. J -ze' , If fr A J , I Ag? Af' ' Jag, E - , 1:19.-.5.. , fi. ,+,j,, 2' r ' ' ' 7 77 , . f' ' z I ' ' "1 ' gig , H 1 ,yr bm THE ALCALDE STAFF JOSEPHINE BRINHERHOFF ---------- Co-editor JEFF TUCRER - J. W. DEBENPORT BILL GOSHORN - COLEEN BAUGHN JEANETTE TAYLOR LOUISE BARBER - ARTHUR JOHNSON THOMAS GEORGE OWENA GODFREY LUCILLE GIMBLE RACHEL SORRELLS JAY GRISHAM - CURTIS HANRAMER JOHN WILCOX Business Manager Circulation Manager - A - - Advertising Manager - H igb Senior Representative - ---- Organizations - Features - - - - Kodaks - ----- Sports - Sta jf Pbotograpber - - - - Artist - Artist - Artist Artist - - - - Artist fr MARGARET MAYNOR Editor I Page sz .06 Q af .3 -s 1' -' XJ , ,Wi . .f. - 1 a f .L I , . A , L LIBRARY CLUB Firsl Row: Katherine Bailey, Coleen Baughn, Ruth Bradbury, Melba Brooks, Helen Burnett, Frances Corban, Lulu Debenport. N Second Roux Helen Downs, Betty Ann Faulkner, Helen Freeman, Pau- line Heffler, Helen Knight, Elaine Langworthy, Juanita Lavender. Third Row: Margaret Maynor, Josephine,McClellan, Bonnie Newton, Martha Odom, Nell Simmons, Martha Shuford, Inez Westmoreland, Nell Whitham. mm Page 82 MARGARET QUINN President iw Inf ,iff ,f .sf . AVALON WILLIS Secretary 3 f if " ,I Hp , abg .1 .. X ra T' Q . tx l its if as I ij fl i s 6 ' 3 i' A - AF f ri M HI-Y CLUB Firsf Row: Edwin Chilcote, Franklin Cobb, William Crawford, Earl Elliott, Thomas George, Mack Hardwick. Second Row: Ben Hardegree, Clarence Harrison, Maxwell Herring, Jim Lavender, T. L. Lytle, Philip Malloy. Third Row: Edward McIlheran,Ned Price,Newton Starnes, jeff Tucker, William York. K Sf -in Y x XVILLIAM Eunssor Prrsidenl MONROE BRYAN Secretary U BOOK CLUB First Row: Hertha Helen Burnett, Marie Frances Lee, Mrs. Kayser, Josephine Brinkerhoff, Avalon Willis. Second Row: Juanita Lavender, Miss Ray, Elizabeth Herrin, Ifois Sharp, Nell Whitham, Helen Freeman, Inez Westmoreland, Margaret Maynor, Miss Grifiin, Frances Corban. Page 8.4 PEPSQUAD First Row: Dorothy Raby, Margaret Hunt, Jimmie Walsh, Jeanette Taylor, Helen Freeman, Miss Manire, Frances Stovall, Louise Barber, Edward Mcllheran, Dorothy Allen, Lulu Debenport, Laura Bess Denman. Second Row: Louise Currie, Mildred Thompson, Marylee Turner, Betty Ann Faulkner, Margaret Kilpatrick, Edith Clark, Louise Kindfather, Annie Mae Turner, Verna Thomp- son, Helen Alexander, Jewell Griffith, Emily Hanson, Christine Hudson. Third Row: Dot Walker, Wilma Lee Gray, Mary Louise Todd, Thelma Dean, Evelyn Pecot, Owena Godfrey, Grace Harris, Inez Westmoreland, Nell Whitham, Edwina Luttes, Mary Exum, Vera Mae Humphreys, Dorothy Nell Wise, Edith Wansley, Marie Frances Lee. Fourlb Row: Frances Corban, Christine Smith, Irene Clayton, Lillian Gage Golsan, Mary Louise Long, Elaine Langworthy, Catherine Kammerlin, Ouida Faye Steger, Grace Rice, Ala Sanders, Mary Jane Bass, Evelyn Edwards, Adeline Henry. T.. HIGH IDEALS CLUB Firs! R0u': Ruth Wilbanks, Linnie Ann Mullins, Elizabeth Herrin, Avalon Willis, Louise Cur- rie, Helen Knight, Melba Brooks, Lillian Gage Golsan, Pauline Heffler, Florine Shuttleworth. Second Row: Hertha Helen Burnett, Marie Frances Lee, Myra Stringer, Frances Corban, Verna Thompson, Mae Keele, Louise MacDonald, Eloise Shaw. Third Row: Juanita Lavender, Lois Sharp, Miss Mattie jones, Sponsor, Josephine Brinkerhoff, Mary Louise Long, Reba Messer, Evelyn Ed- wards, Ouida Faye Steger. THE BAND Trumfwfx: L. Pope, jr., Raymond Rhone, Tom Lowry, Charles Gorsline, Philip Lipstate, jr., Cecil Lasater, Alexander Bankhead, Wallace Golsan, Lon Eagle, jr., Carswcll Hollinshead, Fred Todd, jr., John Schiller, Tommy Morriss. Trorrllvnrlrsz Porter Bailes, Jr., Virginia Buster, T. C. Buntyn, jack Geasline, Lenora Frances McLaughlin, Elvyn Utz. Clarinvtsz Richard Bryarly, George Cuthrell, Conner Russell, Albert Cupp, john Tharpe, George McMillan, Sherman Wil- liams, C. J. Brogan, Billie Rodgers. Mvlapliorirs: Sidney Plummer, Wilbert Lasater, Ernest Prich- ard, Bill W'ood. Barilmir: Raymond Rhone. Bama: jack Flock, Leo Marton. Drums: Caldwell Hagan, W'illiam Barnett, Rea Rugg. Smafwliomw: H. McBride, Berman Shields, Willard Rhone, Burleson Cannan, Raymond Friedlander, Parker Towles, Hazel Gray, William Whiteside, Bobbie Rieck, Charles Higby, Bill Samuel, Tanner Perdue, jr., Leander McAlister, Tom Unis. Page 85 un Iva MISS EVANS' HOME ROOM Firsf Row: John Tuft, Evette Isbellc, XV. E. Roberts, Jack Hatcher, Earnest Alexander, Cath- erine McMillan, Marjorie Downs, Raymond Friedlander, Mary Helen Sinclair. Sm'o31J Row: Lloyd Sublette, Nabors Brewer, Robert Allen, Letcher Dean, J. C. Estes, Roberta Swann, Margaret Hoover, Joy Elliott. Tbirff Row: John Ex. Haynes, T. Eraley, Rufus Brown, Paul Turlington, Miss Evans, James Brown, Paul Twohig. V ll ll ,, as wh.: K. T. CLUB Fin! Row: J. B. Goodson, Hazel Taylor, Dorothy Allen, Janetha Dale Kearby, Sidney Plum- mer, Mack Hardwick, Owena Godfrey, Annie Myrtle Ashby, Frances Stovall. Second Row: Billy Breedlove, Marie Campbell, Lulu Neil, Jimmie Ruth Coker, Isabelle McFarland, Annie Robinson, Juanita Hood, Margaret Wood, Thomas Glass. Third Row: Jewell Herring, Louie Dickerson, Delma Connally, Thelma Carter, Louise Currie, Philip Malloy. Fourlb Row: Cone Beckham, C. Hanson, Miss Peters, Lloyd Graham, Bill Herndon. ARTHUR'S ROUND TABLE Firs! Row: Edward Mcllheran, Arthur johnson, Estelle Dean, Phillip Kay, J. W. Deben- port, Coleen Baughn, Mack Boring, Earl Elliott, jack Abernathy. Second Row: Lena jordan, Edith Clark, Jeanette Taylor, Margaret Kilpatrick, Frances Corban, Evelyn Reese, Thelma Dean, Virginia Henslee, Catherine Barton, Frank Kitchens. Tbira' Row: Mary Ruth Ligon, Betty Mat- thews, Lois Smith, Ella Mae Bailes. Fourlla Row: Eugenia Tunnell, jeff Tucker, Earline Thomp- son, Mildred Thompson, Emily Hanson. Fifth Row: Edward Grieneeks, J. W. Mattasolio, John Wilcox, T. L. Lytle, Ned Price, Harold Roosth. IH E111 MR. SLACK'S HOME ROOM Fin! Rout Monroe Bryan, Edith Schlueter, Albert Hill, Marian Roberts, Clarence Harrison, Martha Odom, Thomas George, Marie Frances Lee, james Parker. Second Row: William Gibson, Albert Cupp, Vera Bell, Ouida Faye Steger, Frances Garrett, Melba Allen, Lois Barron, Willie Capes, Mary Smith, Christine Hudson. Third Row: Russell Walters, Mr. Slack, William Craw- ford, Fred Montgomery, Robert Pecot, Ferrell Sanders, Travis Stripling, William Eliassof, Billie Hanson, Roy Speaks. Pugc' 88 MISS EUBANK'S HOME ROGM First Roux: Herman Hughes, Lillian Tell, Sara Lee Selman, Ervice Pennington, James Oliver, Melba Willis, Evelyn Pecot, Travis Hollingsworth, Calvin Cunningham, Valera Green. Second Row: Robert Prestridge, Gordon Campbell, Thurmon Emmons, Arthur Elliott, William Wright, Yolanda Ventura, Edith W'ansley, Mable Louise Palmer. Tbirzl Row: R. Ellerd, Segel Fry, Curtis Miller, Frank Graham, Sebren Gregory, Glen Ellerd, Mary jane Bass. Fourth Row: j.'H. Baughn, james Mase, Horton Counts, John Wilkinson, Mason Mayne, Miss Eubank, Louie Carter. 7, Q. , 'W FRENCH CLUB Iiiril Row: Lorene Adams, Lulu Debenpoit, Melba Brooks, Betty Ann Faulkner. Swami Row: Helen Knight, Annie Maud Lacridgc, Mary Alice Blake, Alexander Bankhead, Billy Sanders, Curtis Hankamer, Jack Peveto, Annie Mae Turner. Tlviril Row: Margaret Kroescn. joe Edwin McKee, j. D. McCullough, Hoyt Whisenhunt, Winifred Patton. '85-'im .4 'df Girl Scouis First Row: Agnes Barner, Jewell Harvey, Mildred Harris, Pauline Hinds, Dorothy Harville. Srfomi Row: Elizabeth Herrin, Miss Evans, Director, Florine Shuttleworth, Martha Shuford, Betty Anne Faulkner, Miss Eubanlt, Director, Cora Ferguson. Third Row: Doris Jean Coats, Josephine Brinkerhoff, Mary Louise Long, Margaret Ferguson, Melba Willis. Ill 'lied 'wit f V 4 'T ds" JJ M Glee Club Fin! Row: Anne Swan, Edna Foshee, Sue Henderson, Dorothy Allen, Hortense Alfred, Fern Steig, Grace Rice, Catherine Barton, Eva Cramer, Annie Mae Turner. Sl't'0lllI' Row: Fannie Fridkin, Adelle Simmons, Katherine Spence, Fannie Hood, Liuise Barber, Marjorie Horton, Geraldine Clarkston, Ouida Bess Haralson, M3ggiZ Lee Hender- son. Third Rfrurz Edwina Luttes, Evelyn Martin, Ruth Wflbanks, Louise Currie, Grace Thompson. Fourlla Row: Grace Harris, Paralee Butler, Miss Glenn, Bernice McKinley, Frances Turman, Margaret Martin, Christine Hudson, Jewell Harvey. U Wi Qi, aff ' Page S9 5 II ll I, ll ll Miss Campbell's Home Room Firsl Row: Arlene McCain, jean Bennett, Donald Rundquist, june Jackxon, Wynslle Hodges, Zonetta Collins, C. D. linos, M. C. Dendy, Mildred Smith, Weldon Crawford. Strom! Rau: Sam joe Golden, Conrad Barnes, Thelma Gentry, Margaret Smith, Clara Bell Neill, Beatrice Covert, Walter Guild. Tbiril Row: Lewis Orms, J. D. McCul.ough, Miss Campbell, Hirschcll Fletcher. A Page 90 The S. O. L. Club Fira! Row: Jerome Leibs, Lucille W'omacl-1, Robert Yarbrough, Reagan Gregory, Eugene Talbert, Mary Sue Mclwlurray, Bill W'ilson, Chester Young, Lenora Frances McLaughlin. Svcoml Rou':.Murrell Skceters, Gilbert Rice, Loraine Reiek, Mickey Knipe, Hazel Storey, Berman Shields, L. Pope, Tliiril Row: j. D. Hairston, james Gaut, Albert Casey, Milburn Pool, Laddie Bennet. liuzrrfb Row: james Loyd, Roland Spivey, Hoyt Barbee, Mrs. Foltz, Leland Edmonson. xi gf iff- ? sw W 4:7 Nw ,ff X AVA 5 .1-4...-I.:-1-"L.1-ll-my X W N N N sx ' X N f L I -' "3f3:1'-. Q g f 'W' - -1' 9 'L , " .:.,.g:1S5E:7:?-, 2- 5 ,HY .L " x "ffl , 'ff111'Y51":':ff'5 , ,I fp K 'Q E ff' Q H 'sw 1-, , K , Q gf , , ,N N ' 1 1 ,'l-'lf' 1--1. 6 , Qc I 4, 1 fe.: Q. X ' ' Nw . VK xx " X X f LM ' f , X' X X XLNMX Y V . 4 X NWI x I . X TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE fi' x ' 1 L . ma. J 4, 4 490 is 4 6 w ff? 7' 9 The Apache Chani' We're Apaeloe fribesnzen, Daunfless, brave and sfrong. To defend our Tofenz Pole, We would suffer long. Gathered 'round our Couneil Fire We'll smoke our pipe of peaee. Real Alfa Kula Kula's we- Till life's pow- wow we Cease. We will be real red men, Honoring our band. We will make our lonzalmwlss feared ibroizgbofzzf lbe land. To our sacred Hnniing Ground, We give ilois song of praise. Her unsfained blaek and gold- Slaall reign flarongloonf our days. -FRANCES STRANGE. WE, THE STUDENTS of fbc' TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE DEDICATE THIS VOLUME fo the SPIRIT OF THE APACHE TRIBE ADMINISTRATICN HE citizenship of Tyler is to be con- gratulated upon the organization of the Tyler junior College. Students from the Tyler High School and surrounding com- munities have been benefited by this insti- tution. Some of its graduates have gone into various vocations and professions, While others have made high scholastic records in senior colleges. The Tyler Junior College is now a mem- ber of all accrediting associations. Recently membership was attained in the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States. No college in the South has attained a higher rating. J. M. HODGES, President. PIRIT OF THE APACHE TRIBE! May it prompt on the part of 7 4, 4' '-1 f' each one of us such conduct and attitudes only as are consistent ii with the ideals of that Tyler Junior College of our hopes and dreams. W. A. NELSON, Dean. MISS ALLENE BRANDENBURG English. MISS ALICE DOUGLAS Cfolbing. MISS ADELE HENDERSON Hislory. J. C. HENDERSON Srirnfr. MISS MARY HENDERSON History and Economics. MISS MILDRED HOWELL Forrign Languagrs. MRS. s. T. JONES Government. RUFUS KING Pbysiral Training. E. A. LAWVER Engineering. MISS VERA MANIRE Physical Training. W. A. NELSON Maffnemufirs. MRS. PEARL ROBERTSON Edurafion and Psychology MISS LOTTIE RAY Librarian. MISS INA ROBERTS Librarian. MISS DOROTHY CHAPEL Srvrrrary fo Mr. Nrlson. MISS VADA HEFFNER Serrclary to Mr. Hodges. HAPPY AND SUCCESSFUL DAYS TO CHIEFS OF THE TYLER THE JUNIOR COLLEGE WHO HAVE TAUGHT US HOW TO SHARPEN OUR ARROW- HEADS AND TO BUILD OUR TE NTS. -The A pacbc Tribv. CLASSES Page 100 MARY ABBOTT Graduate. "Spealzest thou in sober meanings? DOROTHY EARLE ALBERTSON DORIS BAKER Graduate. "More at you r Graduate. "The which if you with patient ears attend request than to please myself." FINIS BARTON BILLY BEDELL Graduate. Graduate. "Know my hearts, I hope well of tomorrow. "I strike quirlzly being 1l10l'C'd.n VIRGINIA BUSTER Graduate. "Eaeh in his ojice, ready at thy befkf' JIMMY BUTTERFIELD Graduate. "Thou speakest wiser than thou art ware of." LU RA CHANDLER Graduate. "This was not counterfeit." LUCILE 'CHILDERS ' Graduate. "A fine woman! A fair woman! A sweet woman!" SARAH' CHRISTIAN Graduate. "Well, go with me and be not cliscomfited. GLEITH CLARK Graduate. "Verona's summer has not such a flower." ELIZABETH COBB Graduate. "Love is merely a madness." JACK COOK Graduate. "My brsf hvlovrd and approved frienrff' ELIZABETH CUTHRELL Graduate. "Brought up as best brcomrs a gr'ntlz'woman." OLNEY DAVIS Graduate. "Is not this a rare fellow?" LA NELLE DEAN Graduatef "What majesty is in her gait." MAXINE DUFFY Graduate. "You su' how rasily she may bv surpris'd." NELI.. DUFFY Graduate. "Such harmony is in immortal souls." ARTHUR EXUM Graduate. "I do bile my thumb, sir." EBEN GARRARD Graduate. "But saying o'vr, what I said brforaf' HAZEL GRAY Graduate. "What stature is she of?" MARTHA GRAY WINNIE HAWK Graduate. Graduate. "She is cunning past man's thought." INS "I found the afar! of low in idlenrssf' JO HN ELTON HODGES Graduate. , "Our trivial diferencc loud, we do commit. ll Qi nf Page 101 Page IU2 MARY VIRGINIA KAY Graduate. "Behold her wr-llg I pray you, look upon her." ROBERT H. LAND Graduate. "Give me some music." EDWARD LEACH Graduate. "Full of wise' saws and modern instanfesf' LLOYD McCAMERON Graduate. "That I might sleep out this great gap of time HELEN MENEFEE Graduate. "If lou' bv rough with you, bc' rough with low." JAMES MENEFEE ' Graduate. "This comes too near the praising of myself." SUNSHINE NEELY Graduate. "Lot gcntleness my strong enforcement bc." MARY ELIZABETH NICHOLS Graduate. "That flattering tongue of yours won me." EDWARD POTTER Graduate. "He bears him like a partly gentleman." JACK STOVALL Graduate. "Ay, sir, I have a pretty wit." EVA RUTH TUNNEL Graduate. "Wifi: wealth enough and young and beauteousf' JIM VAUGHN Graduate. "O-that thou knowest how I do love her." ALPHA VERNE WELLS Graduate. "Too flalfering suxrrt fo br subsfanfialf' RUTH WILSON Graduate. "And sprak as loud as Mrn's."' MARVIN WILSON Graduate. "WlJarv rallaer I'1l expert rirforious 1ifr'." ANN ALSOP "Sha is foo sublla for llJr1'." DOROTHY ATWOOD "Lora mr and laura fm' out. FRANCES BEAL "Sacred and swrcl was afl I saw in bar." NEWTON BERRYMAN "And flJr1o1'ar sighing Iikv fIH'Ill1t'f'.n JOSEPH BRETT "Ami bou' oft did you say bis brard was no! well ful." THOMAS CLARK "Show a prrsrfrrc arm' hut of tlarsz' froufnsf' CHRISTINE COLLINS "Thr Pafroncss of lu-azwrly harmony." GENEVIEVE FEAGIN "LN mr' have andirnrz' for a word or Iwo," I't1!lt' IU A Page 104 NANCE FERRELL "Give me audience, good madamf' JACK FLOCK "Forbear and eat no more." MAURINE FORTNER "Temper extremities with extreme sweet." MARY HELEN GRIDER "Toward school with heavy hooks." JOHN HUDDLESTON "Good now, hold thy tongue." MABLE JERNIGAN "Madam, I heard her speakg she is 1014!-I-'0iL'l'll., BONNA BESS JONES "Leave me alone to woo him." JAHU KAY "The best-conditiorfd and unwearied spirit in doing courtesiesf' DORIS KILPATRICK "Oh this learning: what a thing it is." CHAMP MCCULLARS "Wit, whither wilt?" HELEN MCKINNEY "Ladies that have their toes unplagued with roms." MARIE MCMAHON "Hearing thy mildness praised in every town." ELIZABETH PARKER "Me, shall you jimi ready and willing." HAZEL POSTON "You mee! in some frcsb cbcrk the powrr of furry." BILLY POUNDERS "My deeds upon my brad." CARL PRESTRIDGE "I promise' you, my bear! is wry joruudf' BILLY PURINTON "Will: mirlls and laugbler lvl old wrinkles come." TRAVIS SAMPSON "And thy fair virfufs formf, prrforfr, dotb mow' mv." MARCUS SHUTTLESWIORTH "No1lJing brromvs him ill, lbat ln' would u'vll." GRACE MOORE SKINNER "SlJr'l1 no! be fait by cupifl's arrou VIVIA STORY "I thunk you most for him." INA BELLE THOMPSON "Nor is tbr wide world ignoraul of bw." VERNA THOMPSON "None more quainl, marc pleasing, morr rommvndublr'." GLOVER TUNNELL "He is a wry proper man LIDA ROLAN TURNER "SIN speaks, ye! she says nothing." ELVYN UTZ "He is will paid that is well satisjqcdf' OREN W1-IIDDON "I almost div for food and let me have it." Page 105 FAVCDRITES LAN on wb A V ELIZABETH COBB L. RITES -- A JIM VAUG1-IN ,'. '- Where Honor ls Due DESPITE the excellent organization of student activities the Tyler junior Col- lege provides for the recognition of many deserving leaders and workers, there are always a few who take pleasure in providing grist for the mill even though none of the wheat falls into their hands. They wield their tomahawks fiercely and loyallyg yet they never wear the head-dress of a chief in Apacheland. Consequently, it has long been the custom to dedicate one page of each year- book to these inconspicuous warriors to whom honor is due. Not more than six students of the second year class are selected, students who have not re- ceived high recognition for their service to T. C. This year we wish to honor R. H. Land, Virginia Buster, Billy Bedell, Sunshine Neely, Ruth Wilson, and Lucille Childers. ' To R. H. Land we owe an example of true orientation to college life, for he is keenly sensitive to the fine points of saying the appropriate word, doing the appropriate thing, and showing the appropriate attitude. He has an appre- ciation of scholarship, he knows the meaning of culture, he is the personifica- tion of courtesy. Virginia Buster has been an active factor in many extra-curricular activi- ties. She was secretary of the student body, manager of tennis and a member of the A. K. K. in the Women's Athletic Association, member' of the college Dramatic Club, and a leader in Phi Theta Kappa. When there was a program to be given, a talk to be made, a song to be sung, Virginia was ready to assist. No matter what part she was called on to do, she did it cheerfully and with originality. Because Billy Bedell is absolutely dependable and a real student, he has been a constructive force in school movements. He weighed both sides of any question that concerned college and took a positive stand on his decision. His influence has been felt in Phi Theta Kappa, his judgment has been listened to in the Sachem Council. Sunshine Neely has been the "right-hand mann for the leaders in many college activities. She could be depended on to see the work that needed to be done and to do it unobtrusively, caring little for any other reward than seeing the project completed. Since she was glad to lend her capability to any task, it was due to her efhciency that there was no flaw in the work behind the scene. Ruth Wilson has been an active member of the W. A. A. and an enthusi- astic leader in promoting the social life of the college. Her capable, efficient planning and direction of the college parties and teas assured their success. To give them variety, she has been a charming, gracious hostess in opening her home for the Apache festivities. Lucille Childers' regular contributions to the Apache-Lion Pow-Wow, her representation in the Girl,s Forum, and her interest in the social events of the college have assured her place among the chiefs of Apacheland. Her quiet man- agement and assistance have been vital factors in the success of the college teas. It is with joy and pride that we honor these students. P J 108 CRGANIZATIONS MARY ABBOTT Editor Miss MILDRED HOWELL Faculty Sponsor ELIZABETH CUTHRELL Assistant Editor HAZEL GRAY Litvrary Editor VIVIA STORY Art Editor DOROTHY EARLF ALBERTSON I Art Editor F1N1s BARTON Circulating Mauagrr BILLY POUNDERS Adwrtising Managvr JOHN HUDDLESTON Assistant Azlvertisirzg Manager Page 110 ALCALDE STAFF JIM VAUGHN Business Managrr MRS. S. T. JONES Financial Advisor MARTHA GRAY Assistant Busincss Managcr MAXINE DUFFY Art Editor JACK FLOCK Koriak Editor JAHU KAY Saicsman 9 3 ,H Qi 2 , 4,5- STUDENT OFFICERS VIRGINIA BUSTER, Secrefary OLNEY DAVIS, President of Student Body JAHU KAY, Viee-President Z' 7 Q APACHE COUNCIL MR. NELSON, Dean FINIS BARTON, Sagamore BURR I-IERRIN, Seerelary MISS ADELLE HENDERSON, Aa'z'iser NEWTON BERRYMAN I-IAZEL POSTON MAURINE FORTNER MARY ELIZABETH NICHOLS 1 A P1196 111 U :LJ .e x px nc- :Law u- e.. EM-a :awe ' BWWUWRI -we F-1"-In 3 l l QDHIRE . !?!! ... r Y iff Q, n1'v"7r"" .32 A IEEE iii Ill SACHEM SENIOR COUNCIL GROUP Firxl Row: James Menefee, Jim Vaughn, Jack Crook, Sarah Christian, jimmy Butterfield, President, La Nelle Dean, Secretary, Pinis Barton, Dorice Baker, Olney Davis. Second Row: Edward Leach, Gleith Clark, Helen Menefee, Maxine Duffy, Mary Elizabeth Nichols, Nell Duffy, Mary Abbott, Hazel Gray, Elizabeth Cuthrell. Third Row: Eben Garrard, Claude Howard, Wilburn Atwood, Alpha Verne Wells, Sunshine Neely, Lura Chandler, Mary Virginia Kay, Lucille Childers, Robert H. Land, Marvin XVilson, Dorothy Earle Albert- son, Billy Bedell. The Tofem Pole Speaks Sepl. Il-I2-Greetings to Apache Land. We , carve our names on the bark for registra- tion and hand over wampum. Ort. 6-Pow-wow for fish by faculty. Off. 27-Tea for fish by Sachems. Nor. 24-"The Whole Town's Talking." Def. 22-Lions shake heads at Apaches-but to no avail. Some football team! Dee. 22-Ian. 4-Tribe dismissed for holidays. lan. I2-Lions among Indians for pow-wow. Ian. I5-20-Exam to test skill of Apaches. 11111.29-Squaws smile at braves. Leap year party. Feb. 2-Apaches meet Dragons again, we win. Feb. 3-P. T. A. of Apacheland bring Tony Sarg's Marionette. Feb. 4-5-Apaches take war-path to Mar- shall. Feb. 12-Spring styles in blankets, moccasins, and feathers. I age 112 Feb. 23-Phychembio clan initiates. Feb. 29-Peace council of warriors of T. C. and Paris after the game in wigwam of Ruth Wilson. Marrb 10-Apaches broadcast over KGKB. Marrb 18-"Hamlet." April I-Nine little Indians and Lions play first baseball game vs. Brownsboro. Apache Council bridge party. April 7-8-Finals of Boy's Tennis Tourna- ment. Oratorical contest. Debate with Paris. April I6-Phychembio on trail to Houston. April 19-Spanish "movie"-also big tennis contest. May 22-Bacculaureate advice to young tribesmen. May 26-Graduation--chieftains receive awards. May 27-Tribe scatters to summer camping grounds. hhh TT rrp 'T' Miss Brandenburg's Council Group Firxt Row: Christine Collins, Clara Seay, Presidentg John Huddleston, Frances Beal, hind - W ,.. 3- an ...,- 1.11 ,... .,, - ..,.- as cs., xl S- .,.. .-.- O U ... 2. ' .. - we 1 .- x. i, we-S ,.N. A 17 ,Ng V, -rr Joseph Brett. Seroml Row: Palestine Martin, Atrelle Thornton, Van Hatcher, Doris Kilpatrick, Dorothy Atwood, Louis Cupp, Robbie Beal. Third Row: Norman Linsey, Miss Hightower, Caldwell Hagan. 5125 TRN Mr. Henderson's Council Group Firsl Row: Mr. Henderson, Sponsor: Sarah Bailey, Travis Sampson, jahu Kay. Svmu Whiddon, Elizabeth Parker, Bonna Bess Jones, Ruby Hughes, Dennis Moreland. Thi DB3 ' I , rf Row: Oren nl Row: Ben Hardegree, Margaret Maynor, Arthur Whitehead, Hazel Poston, Elvyn Utz, Ernest Gilley, Randolph Watson. Page 113 W'-' ws-.-.. uni l'f' ir , gi Miss Howell's Council Group Firsl Row: Ann Alsop, Jack Flock, Margaret Green, Vincent Marshall. Second Row: Margate: Hitt, Anna Ruth Thornton, Marie McMahon, Jewel Biggs, Selma Green, Mis Howell, Sponsor, Mabel Jernigan. Third Row: Robert Nelson, Nance Ferrell, Genevieve Feagin, Presidentg Heloise Beckham, Sunshine Dickson, Billy Purinton, Mr. Shuttlesworth, Billy Pounders, Burk Herrin. riff? Enii Lili: S52 Mrs. Rober+son's Council Group Firsl Row: Louise Cade: lone McAlpin, President, Marjorie Hicks, Myrlcne Nerren, Vivia Story. Srfoml Row: Virginia Jarman, Helen McKinney, Mrs. Robertson, Sponsor, Elizabeth Thedford, Arvie Price, Verna Thompson. Third Rau-: Billy Palmore, T. Hicks, Edward Klicwer, Reagan Hathcock, Newton Berryman. Page 11,5 ,F 4, ,-sq ...ia , 1 'S 1: . ...M ..,...,,. M ,-s 2 xr .f -5, 55 Eng fa ww s ' ,,,,.,...-.---Q lil Firsl Row: Gleith Clark, Mr. Henderson, Sponsor, Olney Davis, Parliamentariang Claude Howard, Secretary-Treasurer, Dorothy Earle Albertson, President, Jim Vaughn, Vice-President, john Elton Hodges, Sergeant-at-Arms, Edward Leach, Pow-Wow Reporter. Srfona' Row: Elizabeth Cuthrell, Helen Menefee, Elizabeth Parker, Frances Beal, Nell Duffy, Mary Elizabeth Nichols, La Nelle Dean, Marvin Wilson, Finis Barton, Jack Flock, Billy Bedell. Third Row: Robert H. Land, Louis Cupp, Billy Purinton, Edward Kliewer, Nance Ferrell, Genevieve Feagin, Helen McKinney, Heloise Beck- ham, Myrlene Mcrren, Billy Founders, Lloyd McCamcron, joseph Brett. PHYCHEMBIO lScience Clubl Snake skins, lizard's eyes, wolf's heart! Boil! Bubble! Brew! The medicine man is making heap big medicine for papooses. Each Apache must partake of the potion before receiving the privilege of entering the council of Phychembio. Is a Chieftain ill? The wise old squaws must know where to seek healing herbs. Or the braves must consult their friends, the birds and their brother, the fox. Does the wind shake the tepee or the lightning flash blind the tribe? A beat of the tom-tom and the incantation of the medicine man calms the storm. Phychembio Indians seek to learn the secrets of the elements in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Page 11.5 Page 116 LAS MASCARAS 144 1 , , Nw. It-1 .X 1 F5557 x xv S AW K - if f v 6 I ,-f Zi' X ff! ...ni N V 4 4 X I, fy X fl 'L ff f 1 A f f X X f Z I fi If I f X!! l I , i 'mi 2 l 1 'Zi l . .rtl ,V iq A l 1 XA ' I ra rx J 4 lf! l 3 L, A if 'i - r A f ,, Q , 5' -1 f F ' 'wa 5:2 xi' R lx vi 'aa 4 l V' V XIX if ,Ill K A L-J ii 4 V lil X .ll I ff If X I ii XIX N ,X X nf. X ' XY ss . T' ,Ig 4 - x ." v X ,Lf A X , X, 4 xx f' ' gr, Phi Thefa Kappa Pfli-TRAVIS SAMPSON TIJFNZLOLNEY DAvIs, Prrsidvnl Kappa JOHN ELTON I-Ioocns MARX' LUQILLI3 PIPPLN, Virr-Prvsidrnf BONNA BESS JONES VIRGINIA BUSTER,St'l'Yf'ff1Ty MARY ABBOTT Miss HOWELL, Sponsor SARAH CHRISTIAN, Trvasurcr IN X -JAHU KAY ELIZABETH CUTHRIQLI. MARJORIE Hlcxs BILLY BEDELL SUNSHINE NEELY Liferary Work Shop Svalrd: Clara Seay, Secretaryg Miss Ina Roberts, Sponsor: Gleith Clarkg Doris Kilpatrickg Elizabeth Cuthrell, Presidentg Dorice Bakery Mary Abbott, Vice-Presidentg Hazel Gray. Sfunding: Lura Chan- dlerg Heloise Backham, Sergeant-at-Armsg Alma Olive. Page 117 KCDDAKS I 118 SPORTS f4.Q.S?-.S uv -' Woman's Afhlefic Associafion LA NE1 LE DEAN,PYFSic11'!ll ELIZABETH CoBB,Sm'rz'1ary LOUISE ZARR, Virv-Prcsiflvnl Miss MARY HENDERSON, Sponsor Miss VERA MANIRE. Sponmf gflirx 4 T' 11 L 1 1 E . R .' E' QW ' ' 4 'jg' Af, ' "N . 9 - ' X . 1 , I, ,f PUU1' 120 mfr' -L. L -ffl as.. Woman's Afhlefic AssociaL+ion HELEN MENEFEI2, Atta Kula Kula VIRGINIA BUSTER, Tennis ALVA PRICE, Gym Hour VIRGINIA JARMAN, Health Monlla Cf QW 4 'Q '31 .I , Q i: Y -HW 'disks PM INNM' A' Q32 3 Page 121 BASKETBALL Firxl Row: Newton B y , Ray Gillcy, Ernest Gilley, jim Vaughn, Captain, jack Crook, E R y B ll n, jack Flock, C ld ll Hagan. y Pounders. Svrm I R R f K' g C h M Nelson, Claude Howard, Glenn Thornton, F B BASKETBALL SCHEDULE OF TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR l932 SEASON January 9-Maccabees in Palestine. January 12-Maccabees in Tyler. January 22-S. F. A. Fish in Tyler. January 23-S. F. A. Fish in Nacogdoches. January 25-Texarkana Junior College in Texarkana. February 4-S-C. O. M. in Marshall. February 8-Texarkana Junior College in Tyler. February 1 1-12-Paris Junior College in Paris. February 18-19-C. O. M. in Tyler. February 25-26-Paris Junior College in Tyler. February 27-Texarkana Junior College in Tyler Qtwo games Ei KW Y 6 emi' J 1. BOYS' TENNIS CLUB Frou! Row: Olney Davis, Edward Leach, john E. Hodges. Bark Row: Mr. Henderson, Sponsor, joseph Brett, Ben Hardegree, Edward Kliewer, ,lim Vaughn, Finis Barton. BASEBACCE First Row: Herschel Welch, Captaing Hayden Moore, Billie Stamps, Chester Ray Williams, Beverly Hutchens, jack Flock, Glover Tunnell, Burk Herrin, Mr. Nelson. Second Row: Grover Lewis, J. W. Moore, Esten Ray, Ernest Gilley, Mr. Sam Davis, Coach, Frank Kitchen, Ray Gilley, Billie Pounders, jack Murphy, Frank Graham. Page 123 Page 124 KQMDAKS if CAMPUS CAPERS Bend D0wn-i- T, xg 'Q Q 'T 5 . 1' V X 'x ,AA N 'Y x C 1 Three Spiders . vg fy, ,km I The Gardener The Four Mosquztos fl- PM ff? A 5 I The Learning Process United We Stand KX 'P XSS A Couple of GrinmngFish Out of Their Heads X". uf 5 s - ' f I Q, if On! La! La! Ti 'P if Ai al Gozng and Coming 1 4 M - I V fg 'gy Q Y gh xl 5 gs' ly X I k V N1 No! Ola' Dutch Cleanser -4' ' 411, fhe Ape-M , 1 Tarz .KN 0- :5 .3 T Fumes or Fragrance? , f g But He Chases Drrt U APACI-IEDDYEI-If LEADERS DOROTHY EARLE ALBERTSON VIRGINIA BUSTER LURA C1-IANDLER ' VS. Y J I X I4 .xx I1 ' ' 1 J' :K , 3 4 ., F3 55: . , ' A 9 af ,H .. V U j 5' A, V A I D V 1 ' 'fy A X V I em V.. - . , ' -' J! Q f' A Y X, K 4 , 4' .2 A fx' Q . 1' ' Ayn? A Y' H '-vii!! ,Y - , 'Y P LA NELLE DEAN I JOHN ELTON HODGES OLNEY DAVIS ,. MI Z I ' Q MARY ADIIDTI' A A Paw 126 JIM VAUGHN I EDWARD LEACH HAZEL GRAY U K GL 'X 1 ELIZABETH CUTHRELL MARY LUCILLE PIPPIN 4 fi gk. L, , Ari KCDDAKS 9 je 45, A .,o ag Q if-1" Q. Mi I ig , f ' . V,4 Q 5 Q f li I 5. 4 'll-e 35--., , i , ' X Page 127 . JV , ' R F A., 'Y' 1'- ' I F el KODAKS ,f if 54-. XX ' A 3 'T Paar 128 ,,--u-nv-1 JOKES ..Qg1nQg.. Mr. Henderson: "How do you cell the difference between carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide?" Lita Rolan Turner: "You take a whiff of carbon dioxide, and if it kills you it's carbon monoxide." do Alma Olive: "I don't see how you tell those Duffy Twins apart." Edward Leach: "That's easy, Max- ine always blushes when she sees me." do He: "When we come to the next bend in the road, I'm going to kiss you." She: "Don't you think that's go- ing a little too far." do Elizabeth Cufhrell: "There's a lot of electricity in my hair." lack Flock: "No wonder. It's con- nected with a dry cell." cl:- Iaefz Crook: "Do you believe everything every fool tells you?" La Nelle Dean: "No, jack, but you do sound so plausible." Miss Brandenburg: "No one ever heard a sentence without a predi- cate." john Huddlesionz "Yes'm, I have." Miss B. Qin surprisej : "Well, what is it?" Iohnz "Thirty daysf' do W. Barneif: "It's rotten to have to wait for a seat, ain't it?,, Fa! Thornton: "You're lucky: I gotta wait for two." cb judge CMr. Kingjz "Six months on the rock pile. Have you anything to say?" I. E. Hodges: "That's crushing news, your honorf' do Mr. Henderson: "What did you Hnd out about the salivary glands?" Grace M. Skinner: "Ncthing at all. They're so darned secretive." do O. Davis: "Hello, is this the City Bridge Department?" "Yes, what do you want?" O. D.: "How many points do you get for a little slam?" JOKES Lloyd Mc.: "I'm quite a near neighbor of yours now. Iim living just across the river." fumes Merzrfeez "Indeed-I hope you'll drop in someday." cb FAIRY TALE Once upon a time there was a his- tory teacher who told her class that the questions she gave on the final could all be found in the notebook, and she gave the Hnal, and every one of the questions was taken from the notebook. 'Y N -LP, HOW MANY APPLES How many apples did Adam and Eve eat? 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I ii ,. i.. ,, UIMEZKMH7:'w,:.!..,.i , l ,W N W W V Y i.-m,f.i 11,. nu. .am M., Sui... ii., .1 ,.1. it. wi! will M- tw- 1 L' VH- - um mn M Pram MMV .hr . ,, i, l.gm:n.1.i.'v, .rftim i .i... ,i. ,,,,.v, i. .iw W- y-X-L iw-1-1 -- Hi- .1-, iw., iW,,, M MM V 1 vi.. . , ,,,,,.,, ,,,.f..01.,.i,,.. 1., ,.-,.1. ir.. .i.U....,.,,....,,...1 ,...i ,.., and X-ilu il yi 'H - N i- v i l , rv.. .......m.f.' .,. .M ," ,.. ,, 1 , 1. mppmu. nm ,v.. g..1,v...uii,,, M.-u..,.Q., .M M. ,. ,...,,t v-' i Rf I 'S' 9 - Firxf Row: Maxine Duffy, Estelle Dean, Edward Leach, Clarence Harrison, Martha Odom, Elizabeth Cobb. Lloyd McCameron. Srrorm' Row: Ruth Franklin, Gleith Clark, Merline Ncrren, Richard Bryarly, Hazel Poston, Dorice Baker, Ala Sanders. The Girls' Forum A progressive step in the extra-curricula activity in the Tyler school system was the organization of the Girls' Forum, composed of the girls in the junior college and high school. Desiring to help the girls by promoting opportunities for fellowship and for the development of individuality, the president of the Tyler Woman's Forum, Mrs. Ernest S. Goens, took as her Forum objective for 1932, "Girls." Under the leadership and guidance of Miss Adele Henderson, a faculty member, the girls became an organ- ized unit known as the Girls' Forum. The Executive Council, which is the governing body, is composed of the pres- idents of the various clubs in the junior college and high school and two representa- tives from each class in both institutions. All girls' clubs in the junior college and high school are units ofthe Forum. The most active of these societies in the college are: Woi11an's Athletic Association, Choral Club, and Literary Workshop. In the high school the most active clubs are: Book Club, Pep Squad, Girls' Athletic Association, and The Girl Graduates. Many interesting programs have been presented throughout the year, including an address by Dr. Ruby Terrell of the University of Texas, a lecture on "Culture," by Dr. Robert Hill, a musical program, a delightful spring style show, and a final program honoring the girl graduates of both the high school and college. Climaxing the activities of the year was the furnishing and decorating of attractive club rooms in Hubbard Building to be used for social affairs and business meetings. The purpose of the Girls' Forum is to make every girl realize that she is a neces- sary unit in her club and that the success of her club depends upon her value as an active member. A club for every girl and every girl in a club is a motto that might be applied appropriately. The Girls, Forum desires to stimulate initiative and energy so that every girl may have :1 chance to develop those qualities of leadership and of foresight that designate the modern girl. OFFICERS OF THE GIRLS' FORUM ELIzAIsLsrI-I COBB ------------- Presidenf NIRS. ERNEST GoENs - Prc'iiJvnl of Wfomaifs Forum ALA SANDERS - - - Vice-Pr'esidf'11f fliallj MARIE FRANCES Let. - Vice-Presideiif fSpr1ugj ELIZABETH CUTHRILLL - - - Recording Secretary MARYLEE TURNER - - Corresponding Secretary fFallj JULIA NATHAN - - - Correspondizzg Sf'l'l'l'ft17'y fSAf1r1ugJ I I 1.2.6 The Girl Graduale Club On February 19, 1932, the "Girl Graduate Club" was organized for the purpose of promoting friendship among the high school graduates of 1931 and 1932 and those of years to come. The club had many interesting and instructive programs during the year. Among the speakers were Mrs. W. S. Hanley, Mrs. Talbot Williams, Miss Mary Tancred and Mrs. Frank Williams. Other programs were given by members of the club. On April 30, the Girl Graduates gave a program, Tlx D011 Shop, in the audi- torium. The money received for this show was contributed to a scholarship fund for Tyler Junior College. As the main purpose of the club is to promote friendship, there were many socials and outings given. Several hikes and picnics were enjoyed on Saturdays and after school. One of the outstanding parties was a tea given the girls by Mrs. Wilcox, the town sponsor, on April 12, at her home. At this time, a very pretty musical program was presented by the club girls. The "Girl Graduate Club" members of 1931-32 have the hope that the girls who fill their places in the high senior class in the coming years will continue to uphold the ideals of the club, and will carry on the spirit of friendliness for which the club is founded. CLUB OFFICERS FRANCES CORBAN - ------- - Prcsident LILLIAN GAGE GOLSAN - - Vice-President DOROTHY RABY - - - Recording Serrflary ISABELLE MCFARLAND - - Corresponding Scrrcfary Pain' 1 A LION'S DAY 8:25-Rises and makes mad dash to school. 8:28-Passes Pharmacy and gathers books. 8:31-Runs into Home Room. 8:31-8:40-Argues over why he must get tardy card. 8:45-XVants permit to go to Pharmacy. 10:04-Almost tardy to Study Hall. 10:30-Wants permit to go to Pharmacy. 10:34-Borrows some chewing gum. 10:45-Spends time sleeping and chewing gum. 10:46-Awakes because he was stuck with a pm. 10:50--Goes to Library. 10:50-10:55--Talks to Library girl. 10:55-11:00-Talks to desk mate. 11:00--Meets "the" girl and talks until 11:02, ' goes to Math class. 11:30-Works problem at board and thinks about Pharmacy. 11:54-Goes by Pharmacy on way to lunch. 12:10-Returns to Pharmacy at noon. 12135241-Barely escapes being tardy to Home Room. 1:30-Debates over whether pineapple or strawberry sundaes are best. 1:35-2:35-Sleeps in Study Hall. 2:36-Rises languidly and goes to Soph class. 2:40-Fashions a drug store fountain. 3:40-Runs joyously to Pharmacy. 3:40-7:30-Stays at Pharmacy. 7:30-Goes slowly home for supper. 7:50-Comes back to Pharmacy. 7:50-9:30-Stays at Pharmacy. 10:30-Goes to bed and dreams of Paradise of Pharmacies. QThis is not a paid advertisementj STRANGE AS IT MAY SEEM Students do not prefer the Encyclopedia Britannica to the Spice of Life for library read- ing. . It has been estimated that if all pop quizzes in Chemistry were stacked on top of each other, the person who had a match handy would be the hero of the hour. Leland Wilcox's favorite indoor sport is not playing "chop sticks." .fx iew juniors audaciously insist that the Seniors have not cornered the market on worldly wisdom. It is rumored that Nell Simmons had a date with Delbert Jackson. Marie Frances Lee was seen smiling at Ned Price. I'ami 1 1 John Porter was heard singing his theme song to Isabelle McFarland. Mrs. Jones failed to assign more than fifty pages as one day's lesson in government. Catherine Kaemmerlen had her bookkeeping lesson prepared one day. Small people are usually good natured. P. S.: They have to be. Edwin Rascoe is in good health, despite the fact that he is only six feet three in height. Compliments to the opposite sex often help out a lot. james Fleming got to school on time on April 1. John Doggett was seen riding with a blonde. We took pity on your weakness. Iaelz: There's a certain reason why I love you. Palizo: My goodness! jack: Don't be absurd. Billy Sanders: Do you serve crabs here? Waiter: Certainly, we serve anyone: sit down. Rose: Is that a dray horse over there? Eugenia: No, it's a brown horse, and please stop your baby talk. 95 :P Hb Mack Boring: When do you graduate? Pete Perot: End of this quarter. Mack: Surprised? Pefe: No, I've been expecting it for years. Morris Aelzer: Gosh, ain't that guy bow- legged? Thomas George: Don't be vulgar. Now, Shakespeare would have been artistic about it. Morris Aeker: What'd Bill have did? Thomas George: Like this: "Ah, forsooth, what manner of men are these, whose limbs prescribe parentheses?" -L -u -L ., ., ., Vaudeville Manager: Why don't you go on with your animal act? Trainer lay Grisham: Pleathe, thir, I can't End my panther. Manager: Never mind your clothes. Get on with the act. 75 95 35' Lefeber Dean fon geometry testl : Only one straight line can lie down between two points. Iim Larrmfar: Look here. You've kept me waiting here half an hour in front of this build- ing looking like a fool. Hazel Farr: I'm sorry I kept you waiting, but you are responsible for your looks. -!: 4: -J: FROM THE DIARY OF A LIONESS MONDAY Walked by the Pharmacy this morning. Saw the sweetest brown-haired, brown-eyed boy. He must be Clark Gable's double. TUESDAY Found my hero in third period study hall. He's got a Sky-blue roadster. Would I like to ride? WEDNESDAY Dropped my book yesterday near him. He picked it up and smiled the nicest things! He has such adorable hair! THURSDAY My new boy is a whizz at football. Would I like to wear a blue sweater? FRIDAY Brown Eyes took me home to lunch, Whoo- pee! Am I getting on? I'll say! Tra la la la. SATURDAY Lost my mascara brush and my lipstick! Now my allowance will have to be used for necessities. SUNDAY ' Did that roadster and my new dress go to- gether? MONDAY Such hard-heartednessl He laughed when I got "tear-y" and mascara got on my new dress. TUESDAY Saw the grandest blue-eyed fellow today. Boy! How sweet! He's in fifth period study hall. Just you wait! Pi- Pb 21' PSYCHOLOGICAL TEST Directions: In this test there are twenty words in large letters, each followed by a list of five words. Read over these lists and under- score in each list the words you associate with the word in large letters. 1. JOHN WII.cOx-Bookworm, pink shirts, poet, captain, girl-Chaser. 2. MARY WILIIORN MORGAN-Serious, quiet, conservative, Julian Mattasolio, hair ribbons. 3. CATHERINE KAEMMERLEN-POWdCf puffs, timidity, blonde curly hair, boys, cakes. 4. PHILIP KAY-Chemistry, round, anemic, football, sweaters. 5. ARTHUR JOHNSON-Shy, girl-hater, scholarly, athlete, lady's man. 6. LOQUACITY-Avalon Willis, J. W. Debenport, Mary Ruth Ligon, T. C. Buntyn, Gretta Connally. 7. COLEEN BAUOHN-Brains, bright ideas, cute, quiet, Oklahoma's defender. 8. WILLIAM YORK-Oil well, boisterous, elo- quence, poverty, Buicks. 9. DOROTHY RABY-Tranquil, sarcastic, peaceable, brilliant, "crushes." 10. FRANCES STOVALL-Conservative, timid, popular, brown eyes, flirt. ' 11. D. L. JAMESON-Silent, truthful, gener- ous, gossiper, timid. 12. ROSE SHANNON-Tall, grim, industrious, short, austere. 13. JACK ABERNATHY-Considerate, fickle, "different," studious, mathematician. -4. CARSWELI. I-IOLLINSHEAD-Mary Louise Tunnell, meek, lazy, specialist, automo- bile. 15. FRANK KITQHENS-"Spawk," limousine, handsome, loud shirts, reserved. 16. LINDSAY POPE-Old-fashioned, fickle, popular, grin, "zipper', frocks. 17. KNICRERS-Reagan Gregory, Eugene Talbert, O. N. Cole, John Doggett, John McNamara. 18. GLADYS KELLOUGHlBlU6 eyes, primp- ing, studious, boy friend, chewing gum. 19. POLRA DOTS-Elaine Langworthy, Laura Bess Denman, Elois Finley, Hazel Elliott, Cora Ferguson. 20 CHEWING GUM-Mr. Poston, Virginia Henslee, Miss Peters, Ruth Hazel Luther, Margaret Quinn. 1'fl!ll' 1,17 PATRONS' PAGE The Alealde Sfajf wisfa fo express ibeir sincere grafifzzde fo floe fol lowing przirons who have generously helped in jqlldllfillg Hoe yearbook 55.00 CONTRIBUTORS High School Pharmacy Mayer 81 Schmidt Peoples National Bank Jacob E. Decker 81 Sons McKenna Hotel Company Carlton Lumber Company Tyler Milk Products Co. Tyler Gas Service R. E. Bryan, the Bookman Mr. T. E. Swann Citizens National Bank A. Nicks Studio Brookshire Brothers Self-Serving Grocery 52.50 CONTRIBUTORS Mr. Sam Hart E. H. 81 A. Davis BroWn,Smith 81 Marsh Bros. Tom Wilson Hardware Co. E. E. Gorsline 81 Son Crescent Laundry East Texas Auto Supply Co. Ford Motor Company Judge Brady Gentry 52.00 CONTRIBUTORS Dr. Wylie Clyde Kidd Bros. Cafe Vaughn Pie Company Lingo Leeper Lumber Co. Pratt Jewelry Company 5I.00 CONTRIBUTORS Eisen's French Market Mr. J. J. Pierce Dr. L. E. Skinner Dr. Goldfeder Mr. J. C. Henderson Dr. L. C. Polk L. A. Starley Drug Co. Baers, Hardware Co. Willis Drug Co. Mrs. J. B. Wyatt Mr. Earl Price Ella Mae Miller Shop Mr. T. B. McConnell Hale, Clyde, Men,s Wear Tyler Lumber Co. Montgomery Market 81 Grocery Richard Scott Electric Co. Dietrich French Market E. Albertson 81 Sons AUTOGRAPHS AUTGGRAPP-IS . J ,Il .1 fr n' ' 1 1' ..,Q, , - f 4 My .F . LW., V . .- N . '1 -1 .- 5 w.. , ...pw ,-gr.. A .fl w.'.,. .-.. -y -',1.- fpb., ,Q-,iff . vs . ' riffs' -1 'f'.'4. . f. 4. nw. fe .- M -r. ' v 'M :J 4.4.-, 2 .. -- X... .I ,'4 .,.-Ly., .vr-1... , 1 .qi .. .5.',:... U, , . if Y. ,,f- ' 4 .-, ,J 1 , xfi -" Q., .-. Hr. -. - ..,4u . Lx , ,.4. . 4" cf r.' 5. 1... A., t , ,.,. . . f L' -. ' , J... I I ,. A f '. 'V 4 i ' .v, 1, '..f,: --a,. . 1 :.'. - 4... - rv . 'A . .-,nw .1 .' "Ur . .,. 1 X913 1 ,I ,. :mug J. eff!! ,, 'aw " 'w 5 'n-..lL J' J ,.i . 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