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Q Q i APACH1E!,11935 , . 4 . - 111111 r , DEDICATUION We, the Students of tlve Tyler Junior College CDedicate This 'Uolume to the Spirit of the cvqpaclie Tribe .1 X N 'H if GBX 'iii' 71 x H1 ,3 ii 1, f 41 5 sky fi," W 112' 3 Y, , HWY' 2 'f .gy '4 EE EE SA AMORES BOARD OF EDUCATION T. C. VV1l.l,lAMs . . . . Prfsidrnf T. B. RAMEY, JR. . . . . l'ifr-Pr1'.rid1,nl MRS. Lois XVHI1 HMAN . . . . S1'crriary R. W. FAIR J. H. BARRON I. D. SHAW P. C. P1NxHR'10N,jR. IS. T. XV.u,1ERs 1 A P A C H E C H A N T Ilyljff' .1j11l1'l11' fI'i1Il'Slllt'Il, D1l1111tI1".r.v, brzwf IIIIII xfrrnly. To 1I1'f1v11f our Tolrm P0111 UY1' 10011111 suffw' long. f!1Ilflll'I'Fll lfllllllll our Counril Firz U76 XIIIOKY7 our jriju' of jv11111'1'. Rm! :lim Kula KIIIIIIS 106- 'Till lif1"s f707l'-'ZL'07L' iw' 1'1,11sr. UY1' wif! br rm! rffl IIIUII, Ifonoring our band. Ill, will lllllkf' our 10111111111-zc'K's I"l'1Il'f'l1 fl1I'0l1ylIOllf Ihr' fmzfl. To our srzrrrd Ilunfing Crnzzml We gizfr lhix sr-ng of fvr11is17,' Ilrr z111.vi11i111'1f Igflllil' 111111 CUM I Slmfl rrign f1H'0llQll0llf our zlayv By FRANCES S'rRAN1:H. fa ,r V' Q f 73 7 5 . ...,. .J R .4f.'j1 ' , j EA "Q x , 1 J, ,..' A ' . . 1 ang, .-.. " -- : ..'-'. 'f. .. - .-.. 4. .,.., -. . - 5 1 m-..,. I'rrsi11f1z1 PRESIDENTS MESSAGE XVith the closing of this yezir, the Tyler -lunior College will complete its eighth yezu' ot service. Hundreds ol young people who hzive attended the college during this brief period of its existence hzive not only qiuililied for work i11 the business amd pro- fessional world. hut have zichieved worthwhile distinction in their work. The oppor- tunities yflll zu'e now enjoying yo11 will not fully realize nor zipprecizite 11ntil time has given yo11 il new perspectiveg hut it yllll z1re doing e:1cl1 task well here, building Z1 solid :md unyielding loundzition, yo11 will find success inevitzihle. Realizing from its pzist record that the college has influenced to high endezivor the young people who have pzissed through its doors, the liozird ot lfduczttion and the l'i2lC- 11lty believe that the grczitest service the college could render woul p influence so that :ill young men :ind young women of the community may have 1 the privilege of securing :it lezist two years of col- lege work. liecziuse such 21 provision XYUlIltl encourage :md strengthen its culturzd :ind civic standing, we have set :is our gozil for d he to extend its las., 16 Tyler and the surround- l ing community ll lzirger 1, f :md hetter junior collegt. J Dean Dean llilllllfll Q 1 I ll . r ,.A . .' '- W- - K-fl . ...i. li, 155f?,fl.Q?P2l!l'3.1l?3-95t"i1q'jx ,T . fm Q4 Q . .iuagsf:'f'?'az:z5gw15ssag ' :er ' : - --Qimy: -.f, ' . ,. cn' , ' " H fx, ru 'H - " , -' 1 , Nl L. s ,um :N .I t x K N , -A1g.?l.':---. . ,... I 5 :u - ,.,. f .11-2 -.gift . ,M .xx i- "till 'ii -UAV., 1 "if ' 'f , l K s 'iii flu. x " N' f-: I: 1'-"' 1 s ,J s X 1 I - --- ? 5 43 : ' -Musa - ln-:nil T EHEMIW' ' ' l "I n IIIIIHIIIIIHIIIS nIl""' - I QIIIHIIIIIIAQ ':L"- 111111 L 1 . AfCHE, 11935 K X E 'I III 1 5 X ,f t M im S Illlu i Q FACULTY M155 fXl,I,I'NIi BR.xNmswBL1Rr:, MA. X Ellflffffl Mxss LUCIA Duucms, M.S. Rfffiifflll' Miss !xIl,l-ZEN CSRIVI-IN, B.A. Iflzglisfl MISS AAIJI-.Ili llhxmjksox, M.A. Ilixmry MR. nl. C. IIKNIJICRSUN, BA. Seffllri' V Miss M.-un' llrzxlmksrmx, MA. Iliylnry and Emnnrllirs M155 N1II,llIU"lJ II!JXXIiI.I.Y MA. Ffflllfl mm' Sjmnisll Miss M.x'r'1'1r: joxlis, Pu.B. ' Pulzlif SfN'llA'illfl .Mus S, 'l'. jrmxrjs, M.,-X. f10'Ul'?'IlllIl'lIf MR. Ii. A. I..xwx'ER, 13.5. li zzgfizzrnilzg Miss lfkxxuas Prysmx .1.Y.YiNfIIlIf Rrgixlrnr MR. -I. A. Pusmx, B.S. jlllfflfllltlfilf Miss INA ROBEDUQ, HA. l.il1n1ri1uz MRS. PHARI, Rorsvrrlsrmx, M.A. biail1n'Xllfi0ll and Ilvyfllfflrfgy BRAVES UAWS -:?f!M X W f Aiimfgiuiiig was g2',1,ul 'X 1, fi if X nf 2f 'Q f uummmuuuuu u Il mu I a mu I nm n llllllllllllllllllllllll W-1 1' 4 JElQEEIl' W1 f SOPHOMORE CHIEFTAINS 3-.409 -14" J. O. TOLER "Nor Ill'!'1l you fool' so srzlwzl at zchaf I my." Sophomore Presidentg Las Nlascaras, IQ Basketball, I and 21 lil?-IAIXV, 22 Business Rlanager APACHEQ Biol- ogy Assistant. XV,-WNE RI.-XTTHEXYS ",1l'.'11 to g1f'11i11.r." Sophomore Vice-l'resiilei'.tg l're-Law, 2, Forensic, 2. NELI, Smxioxs "Br stiff, ,mal 1ll'lll'f, 111111 rum' I'l'f7illilI!l.,H . iii V' Sophomore Secretary: NV. A. A, 2Q A. K. K., 2Q Lit- l ' 3' erary XVork Shop, I g Las fllasearas, I 3 Girls' Forum, 2. CIARENQE H.xRR1soN . "Ulm-'zc'o1'1f Dr'.w1'if1fio11 .' 'SOI1l1it" or Slllllljhpn Sophomore Reporterg Las Nlzisearas, 1 5 Associate Ed- itor Po-zc'-llbizvg l,l'C-IAIXV, 23 Library Assistant, 22 Editor APACHE. ,V I I2 fl I . 50 l W fii.A.i.wWAs A A ,. nnimmmr . wif W , .,:,.:7-- 14Sf,,.xj:vv 7 lk '-RCP 'N . AR. .1 ,l 'N -I ff, . : 4' X TSi,s3Hm E NR. 1'--Lfilqly-'5 .WARRIORS K.1X'I'llRX'N B.-x1I.1ax' "lily frirnlis fall mr 'Bral'." 'IX-mums fllllb, J1 NN. A. A.. 23 I.1t1-rzxry XXO1'k Slum, Ig lvlusiw Vluls, lg Las lX111s1'n1'us, l. NI.-XRY E'1'111:1. liAR1cR "lf'M1l jWf1'1'.? Glory?" A. lx. lx.. .11 XX, A. A., 1, L1l1-11113 xxllllx twlmp, 1, Lzls lN1Zl94'2lI'2lS, 13 Girls' I'wUl'lllll, 1 111111 2. MARY A1.1cE BLAKE "Ona may not r1'a1'l1 Ihr dafwrz safw lfy Il1.' 1111111 of ilu' lllflllff' XV. .-X. A., Eg A. K. K., 2: Lilf-l'zll'y XY11l'li Slum, Girls' l"1-rumg l'l1i 'Flu-tu lflllllhil, 1 :xml 3. Mmm BROOKS "lf you fwould possrss, you 1111151 no! !flIllll.H XV, A. A., 23 A. K. K., 23 ".-Xpzlvlms-" Slullg l'l11 '1'l11't:1 Kappa. 1 uml 2. NVu.1.1AM CRAVVFORD ".1 111111171 for any man." Ifilmgilmvwl-s' l'lul1, 1 :xml 2. FvE1.x'N CRHVVS ".l li1111'-k1'1'p1'r'." l.:1s lXI:1s1'z1l':1s, lg XY. A. A., 25 A. li. li., 12. l'l1l 'l'l11'tu Iiilllllil, l uml 2. LEO D.-xvxs ulffltlf is 1'1'1'1'nlri1'ily in oihfrs is fl rnark of flfllllls' 111 yoz1rs1'lf." I,ll'-I4llXY, 21 l"O1'1'11si1-, 3. MARJORIE DRBORD ".l1z arlisl, loo, in making fri1'1111s." l'lu Tlll'f1l Kuppzl, 1 :xml 2, "Al-:11'l11-" Stull, 1. J. FRALEY 4'Gl'llfll'Illl'Il fm'f1'r blondfsf' PM--I.uxx, 33 "Alum-ll Staff: Assnviutu- lflllitfll' "l"1xW-XYuW." HELEN FREEMAN - "131'11111y is ils ofwn l'.X'fll5F for l11'i11gf." XY. A. A.. lg Litelrzlry XVOVK Slum, lg l,:xs Mus- l'1ll'3S, 1. B1s'1'f1Y ANN FAULKNER "Il is inzprzssiblz' to loin' and 111' fwis1'." I'lxi T111-tal liumxzl. 1 und 23 '1'PlllllS, 23 Ilus Mus- 1':u'11s, 22: XV. A. A.. 1 und 21 Girls' l-'Orum, 1 and 2. THOMAS GEORGE 'Els flu' man so is his sp1'fcsl1." l X V I3 -f1l1ll.111l.l1l1'gf 1. N IX! XVRMALXRV L11 T L ' 2 f11"' iNXfWQ1U 'T' K1yWUQ'fl,7B Liiggbbr-'Lil ix IW? "'A" ' ' " ' 'U ' W ---4 -f lg, ig- i V ,V i lulmnuuuuuunuunlmlmumuH,111J'1"'f'f"'r'?'1TY"v"'1-1'ff""1Tv"' "" rw-v 'fr-1 -01:1 ,JK f -...Y ,f .1 2 1' , 11551 1 g A AQ H 1E , 119 3 5 E '41 XM' 1vgLm1n1'fm 1 mTmv.wffmm1111t1111n1wv11T1f11111fr. - " Af X 1 K P-A , ,f1 xi 1- XA Q29 1 Q . f I WARRIORS M1'11u:.1N II,-1111415 "gl 1111111 ftlllllflf lim' by 11171111 ll10lll'.,, AnA1,1x1c HENRY "Dorff 'Sk1jv.lv1'1" 111 07I1' of y0111' fr11'1111.1." 'IU-llxlis, 13 A. K. K.. 21 XV. .L A., 21 LHS Mus- unras, 1. 11flNNIi1,1, KHRR A'Dlll-1' 1111'11111 111111111 111171115 you 11o11'1 Ilkz' 111 110.H ,A-, I'1-1--l.:111-, 33 I1'111'1-11si1-, 23 11115 1NI:1.41-111115, " f 'U' wr Q A111125 1.10111 "1'lI11111'y 11111',v, 11111 11111 fzch1'11 1111111111 111111 11111111111 111111 1111'n'u-11 111111 ll f1'111111." 1611141111-1-1'H, 1 111111 2. I,1mL'1s1a MCIJONAID "Ef11'1lif1'1'1y 1'fj11'i1'111." .L li, K., 23 XY. A. A., 23'1.it1-l':11'y XY1,m1'k Slum, Eg Hill! I1'111'11111, 2. '1'111f111mos1.1x MQN11'1'r 1'l'1.111sl'1-11-1111 11-11111 1ll1-111111l-- Ju11i1,11' 1"11111-gm "ll1'1' lll'f'1'7l1 15 1-11f1'11'11'." 1'1Q N1'1Q1"'1l"1x "' XV X -X "' X K K 1 1,111 1512 MIIRRIS "011.' Il1'lll"j,'.!', XY. A. .-X., 13 Ins IX1:1s1':11':1s, 1 211111 23 I111l'1'l11'y XX'111'I1 Slum, I 211111 Z3 Girls' 1'vt11'1l111, 1 111111 Zig A. 1x. lx., 1. 1.-WK Owns "T11.' 11111111211 1l:L'f7f1l'1Al1l' is I111' boy f1c11o 1'r11111'5 In 51111101 ,111111l1111."' 1,l1RR.11N1i Rlilcx "lJ1A1111111111111ly 11111'1111'11'." "A11111'111-" Slz1I'i'1 I,:1s M:1x1-:11':1w, 1: 1.it111':11'y , . it 1,11 5111111 1 :1111l 3: T1-1111is 1'l11l1, 1 111111 23 A. 4,11 1:11141 R1C1Z 'Il 111111' 111111111111 is ll 111111111'1'011.v 1hi1111." llzlslc tlulll, 1 111111 ZZ. If11..x I.1f1a R01:1aR'1s "11'111'11.v 111'1' 111f11 111111511711 11111111.11 T11r11111111.v 111'1' Inn 11111111'11 for .1j11'1'111." 1' "2 XVH1'1i S111111 lg Muxif' 1'luI-, 13 T1-111115 1'l11l1. 1. Huxxui NliW'lON RLMBO "gl 111111111 111111 fjl'Il1'l0l1X lady." . . Q --1 ' 1'1c S111111, 23 Musiv 4'1111D,1: Pl1i'1'l1e:t21 J' .' '111m11:1g XY. A. A.. 2. I 4 V 1116 ' '1 1 1 - lv V a-QWKWXX11 - -'17 111, fc .111 umm 46. 1 A " " ' " nu mu 1 ln ulnmmml nmummmnu muum nnulun uuulumuun mml mu lu lu u' Qu 'j 2-L V-1 XXX I 5 J. IW! J 1 2:2-QL!-i'j'f,.31f11 1 iii NNE 'ff' ,fa -Q fa., 1 -iC2S . A ig AP CHE, 11935 ff 1 1 ...fs-1 Jw 1 " ' ' 1 '?-nn lnlnl 1 1 I Illllllllllllllllllllllllllll lll CON NHR Russrsu. " 'lfoy,' and Jili you l"L't'7' afar flinz 5j11'1lk?" Las 1N'Iz1svz11'z1s, 1 111111 111 I'1UI'1'IlSil', 1. MARY SM1111 "Qui1'tly quilt' ablwf' XV. A. A., 21 1.218 1X'I2lS4'Z'll'll.4, 13 I,it1-1'g11'y XYUVIQ Shop, 13 A. K. K., 13 MllSff,' Club, 1. IAI 1aRsc11E1. VVELCH " 'tllighty' in nzofr things than ont'." Pl,lSf'C1l'Zlflll3fE XVork, LUCILLE VVOMACK "Snappy" Las 1W1lSf'2l!'2lS, 2: XY, A. A., fi A, K, K., Z3 Int- PI'2LI'V XYU ' Smif. A. L. YARBROUG11 "lI'f1at's our opinion against a million?" jU1.1Ax MA'1'rAsoL10 "I ain'l mad at nobody." PAPOOSES EDWIN RASCO "Tall in statzm' and tall in storifsf' I"1'vsl1111u11 I'1w-si11u11t3 Las INT:-lsvams, gl P11--I,,:1xx. 25 1f'o1'e11siv, 2. JAMES l'IANxERs0N "lf nt first you don't 5llC4'l'Fd, quit." Xvit'C,"Iw'1'CSil10llf. F11-5111111111 Claws: Fm' usiff. 1'l'1 Law. M ARY LE ACH "Tl1unzI1naildf'5c'ription.' 'Latrt F1'esh111z111 SQl.'l'EtZ1I'yQ Girls' Forum: Las Mus- ARRIORS rli 3110111 Musir- NIM, 1, "Al1111I1.-" 411 111 carasg XV. A. A. I5 fx VN1 W3 V! fx rv X1kX,AM,X R 1? 4 i fr rv LX. -11 .111 , r, ki t!1Ki,!'7Bm in Im if X,f,LUZ .fff 'i:'f'jj'-Lf . Ti" if im-' AP-Q",-1 fo 1124 ff. gifkj C. ,' u PA C H IE , 11 Q 3 J 1 QWQ? X, ' ,KKV 'fmm mm 'gd 111 ,, 7 Q . v V 'WEEHOALO aff bg Q 3 fb. .ff PAPOOSES Dun: Ax EXANOIQR "l XIHTI' as lllllfll furiosily as you." 'IU-unix lullllj XV. A. A.1 has Mase-arms. NI.-KRGL7ERl'l'E B11.I.1NcsLEx' ".lll01lll'I' charming D. H. S." Ram Iinumlzl E11 "ll'r prrdifr lll10lfIl'f Joan Cmfu,-ford." 1.115 Musw:1x'as3 XV. A. A. ASA lfulrcns ".l fl'l1IfI'IlllllI and a scholar." 'l'. C, BL:x'n'N "Dr-fizzilfly df-z'ili5l1." BROOKSIE CARR "Cai on ul1r1'ls.'.'."' 'IH-nnis Vlubg XV. A. A , Las Mus:-arms, H Y COBB "Dmfu'.v f7it'fIl!'t'5 for us and admiraiion from us." W. A. A.: Las lNIaSr':1r:1s, Te-nnis Club. I.. D. CONN "If I had n 'P' in front of my ruzmr, I'd be a nut." 1-Inuinm-rs' Cluh. QQIZORGIE Clf'1HRr2l.l. "Did you l"'l'1'l' llmr sr-mr of his jobs?" Musiv Club, I,OL'lsra COOK ".l fwzlling fu.'0rlerr." 'I'-'Unis Vlulng Las IVI:1sf'al'a.:g XV, A, A4 tii1l,' 190 l'llIll, llowfxkn DODO "lIr says '.Ill flll' fwnr'ld',v ll slagn, lm! moi! of uf arf .vtngw ,Illlld5,.H Las BIilS"Fll'flS: "Ap1u'hv" Stzlfl. Ni.-XMIE EDVVARDS "Sim lypifrs rnrrgfyf' l T1 nnis ftuhg Las Masc-arab: W. A. A. I6 LQ fr-ff, V V 5 'N1 !WWx,.. .famjyfgul A mxxwiw Off X ' f Mm! Q SM 'A QUEQLA X ':2.gQ,L.gE.. ,N-Q ,.x,-A, .:.- gr.,- J -r' X! I 1773 A 1 fx - A PA fC IHI IE 1149 3 5 V IllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIlllllflllllllulllmullllnlllllllllllllll IllIIIIllIIIllllllllilllIIlIIllIllHllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllll IIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllln ' I 5 'nu""'v A Y Q W Wg 5 R. C. Form "Thr Jfllllffllff of FI'l'5,ll7I1'lI-IIIII' fwnufd Iflillk Las INI:w1':11':1sg I,l'l'-IAIINYQ "Alum-lm.-" Stuff, FANNIE FRIUKINI BERMCE "pl Izraifl-.vfnrnzirzg 'I?rain1fu5t'." ITN'-I'lXY' T Hllgf' XV X X H ENRY IIARRISON VERLPQE H.xk'1'0N "Did you t"L'l'!' Jn' my Cnymfk hal?" La SUE Ilriwxmaksox X'Vx'Nli1.1,E lIom:ES "Sfn' ll1llI'IlI.Y fuxillz flfr llzuxif. Ins Mas'-ulwlsg .-X. K. K.1 I.ifF'l'Jlly XYn:I1 Slup. HERMAN HUGHES joux JAMES "l:'fz'fn Il llfnfznly girl dnrs :ml mn' in ln' J. - I4'm'e-llsif-3 I'l'n--I,aw. Ii: ww KM' DuRo'1m' Kl.ElN ".Jl1ilify jwlu.v." La . . . . , XVHVK Shupg '1'+'n11iS Vllllv. KfX'l'llRX'N NICN1II.I,.-KN! wal D W. V A PAPOOSES fn' fwzlx rl Soj5flf" ".I 'liijfm' nf a girl." L15 M ISI'.llvlSQ '1'1-1misl'l11hg XX. A. .Mg l.itu-rzllx XYHVIQ Shop, GL'lI.ICK ".'I11yll1ing your lziflf lzfarl drfirnr, l.011i.vr." I':llg'iIll'l'l'S. s Bill?-411142151 Tvnnis Vlulrg W. A. A. "Sr11.w ami .vr11.vi11ifily." XY. A. .Lg 'IN-nuns Vlul-. HlI'f1llfl'7'f'l' ix, is rigid." Jzrilmi in plain laz1g11n1g1r'." "Min51rfl man." Iillggillw-l's' Vluly. S IXI:1s1':ll':w3 A. K. K: XY .X X' I1lI4'l'lI'N 'Klzznllzrr I'l'!l.f0!I fwlzy ff.'llflf'Illl'Il prrfvr 1ll0Ildl'5.H A. K. K.: YV. .-X. A.. I,:xs IXIHS:-.11uis, , ., .A-X1 I7 Vin. ,.xQXfXWY',Iy'Wf fx x 7 , ,Jill 7, V' Www. U lwfb TB !9'UfU4,Qf' yWjff'fyQf7fY' X S XF! R ,MQ Qt it b .." -1 1 Ln frm -1,-V-1 Y M ,,..-X fi fb -lf'-' .ffl ii, ,fl Ag ,-, -' I I X P -gunman' 'N QQ- ACCIE H li!!-li llllll-IIIII-IIIIIC IIIIIIHIIIIIHQ unlgm: SWMWWEE -Q11 ,X Q E W g IP . ,11935 , ' I .',' ' I H - --1111 M.AxRcUER1'rE IVIINCS PAPOOSES ".Mu1Al1 talking if a rrnzwdy for thinking." XX' X A.: 1.z1s Ivlzlw-:11':1sg A. K. DORMA OUOM "gl .vmilr for rfvrryI10dy." Musif- Vluhg Lit:-rzu'y XVo1'k Shop. HELEN Pmlmko "Tn olzligr ix ffm' mission." T1-unix Vluhg Las Ivlusvzxrasg XV. A. A. RICHARD ROCI-iN'IiI.I, . "Ilail! young Lorhin-var from ou! of flu' ll'r.ft.' .' ."' I'1'1--I.z1xxg I"nx'1-llsifl Las IXIz1su-nxns, INl.IxR'l'uA SIILVVORIJ "lJr.rn"z'z1zg lu lu' ilu' 'Qzzrnz' of Ihr srhoolf' Ilzmrxlfst IQ-stivznl iijllvvlll NV. A. A.: "All2ll'I'lr-" Mull. M.xRr:.xRlc'1' SMH II "D0ll'l ml! mr '.Innif'." Inns IVIz1s1-auqlsg 'IN-mlis l'IllIV, XV. A. A, Ilrm .um 'IQIIOMPSON "NrfL'rr al I1 1055 for u'0rd.v." Ifmf-lxsivg I'r4--Luw. M.-xxx LOUISE Town ".ln 11m'rnl lmoxlfr of ilu' ron' f1'l0'5." Girls' I"urumg Inns IVIz1sv:1rasg Tl'IIIlIS iflubg XV. A. A. XVrmr1nRrm 'I L'NNIiI.I, "llf' VIIJIIIIVS good zln'1'r." I'r1--I.:1wg l"rs1'vnsi1-. Awww: MAH 'FIIRNER "Mu.riu1lly imlilzrdf' Las IXIz1s4':1l:us3 'IH-llllis 4'luIw3 XV. A. A. Dm' XVALKER "Shall I ll!l5'U.'!'l' 'yrn' or nay?" Blu, VVOOD "Il frm' fri4'm1." If'mw-rmsiwg Pre-Law. I 8 , lmuunum Imimiml mmm IIIIIIIIII- ORGANIZATIUNS !:..,-uu-h-- A SOPHOMORE COUNCIL l.nRR.xlxrs Rmcx -I. U. lumjk I,L'c11,1,ra WUMACK f"l1'sI Rau" N1XR,lllllllf Drflioklm l'r,.xRr-ixcrc IIARRISON MARN Amcrz HI..XKli Swoznl Ro-21' Ifmssui XV1l.1,1,xMs N1I:I.R.X limmxs Mun SMIIII K.x'1'11Rx'x Bm If Thin! Rom' 'IKIHCOIJUSIA MCNLWI l,uL'1sr1 NICl,UN.Xl,D Iivhm N OREXYS Mrnu:.xN Ilwxxs T. J. IfR.x1.rfx j.xMr.s VIKHIJ NEL1, SIMMONS l"UlH'fll Ro-24' X . X . 1 M.xRx' Efmzr. B.-xxrfk IIHLEN Fluil-:M.1.N I,m,,x Lmi ROBERTS Y Rum' 'I'urc1m1fuRn l,11Lf1s.x Il1l.l. l7oxxril.I, Klfkk l,1lL'lSli Moknus jxwas U.xss,,xw.xY Iislraw Rn' XV. L. Cu.xPM.xN llkkscllrfl, XVr1l,cu Gll.maR'1' RICH Coxwrek Rnfsslfm, Hfwxua Ruivmo XVM Nia N1.Yl'lIll-IXYS 20 X . ,s . f 1 'L ' ' 'f 2 -f I w . jf b "4' ,J 'NV' . .1 7 ., H aa XJ ,.. - jx- '..:..'-,'.'1QQf'5: -, ".':'4'x:x-' 1' u I C -. Q. zv. ' 1 ILS. X , X . ' -w:-' .. " ' ' . ..-5EPf"...- ' ' ' ' -JI.-,I ,Ann '-.'.- . .J . 1.111535 ,nv llmkx Il.xRR1suN MARjoRui Prikmfa F.xNN1r:FR1nK1N JEAN Cons R. C. Ifokn IVIARY Nlill, P.xL'l, Su,xMBL'Rc:riR C'l.,xRr1Ncra WMKER AL'BRl-:Y INICKINNIA' Ii1,lA,x Kuwnklcx Fkxxclas INc,x.xM .!XR'l'llL'R CIARRISUN DoRM,x Ummm llmxpxkn Drum Jus' Y K' 00 FRESHMAN COUNCIL l"I1'.s'l Raza' Dxxlra .'xI,IiX.XNlJI1R l,oL'1sre COOK llrnkmm KI,liIN Sworn! Rflll' .fXR1,r1Nr1 MCCAIN Awxni Mxra 'lklcxuk Sm: Ilrljxmaksm. Hrkxlcri i1L'l.lAlL'K Third Ron' Al LH xr. llucm 1' Iilussw lirmwxlxr: Ii: l.r11,.x lixknlak 1'w0lIl'fll Ro-ic' jullx'-I.x:w1H5 Rm-ix' BR.XMl2I.If'l'lX Kulxkx N McMll,I,.xN Fiffh Raza' Ilfnxyxmm 'l'11uMl'suN IIIQIRMAN IIUIIIIICS lhvllm CfII,I,lCY M.xRr:.x1uf1 SMH!! I,.xNr11,l.ri S.XMPSIJN lNl.xk'1'11,x SnL'1-'ukn Klux IzI.1If:'1' MARX' 1,oL'1sr3 'Imam RICILXRIJ Rucmx ram, Mun I.ra.xu1 lfikuuxblrc CARR lIr1.r.N PIRXIJRO I-'nuwcrfs 'l'L'RM.xN M,xRr':.xlu-il Axsmfx' XVII.IAI.XM Crum 1 mum jxmlas linmwx Iimvxx Rxsco HIM, XXVIIUI3 2i ff: ???'!.fS.li,f15f3iIyj55'fi-:ggi E514 , -. ' '27 Q 73553555f"'5?.':'f5?::'Qg.':Ei:Y' " 1 ., ' f . .z.-.vr-31-tif a ::i3!:::,'.?.-.4.-. ., ll Fm 2 W7 ... ,', -I I X I r.--. ..' U I RN' J . 2:.., 'N -,U A4.' . x I U f A. ,-:EE ff: " ff: ' . N - - X x 4-' E . 4. X ' I 3 - " l. 2 Ifiml Cm. X ISR link HH kr Sffffzz. fm KN I IH Rmmrk , 'I'!1iz.I Qmu 1 Rl xml x Nll xr x Pl mlm Iilssn Hmmm lfnmlfz Rv., x rx:-R X Im lsr Mnllox un Flux Nllil BX BRI!! hs Juni I gy 'I f N .1 P7 Ki xj x K" x s x 1 , Z -. ' 1 -. ,g N ' a ' J s uni I an THE GIRLS' FORUM OF TYLER OFFICERS RIARY Louise Toon , . . ..... IJl't'5ill'l'llf Ei,lz.fxIn2TH IiN1vEToN . ..... l'ife-111-miflmt LOUISE lxICTJON.'XI,D . ..... Rerorzlirzg SU'l'f'fIIl'j' RIILDRED JAMES . .... fIlUl'l'l'Sf70IIllilIg SfT!'FfIlI'-1' LUCIA DoL'GI.AS . . 7ll't'IlSllI'l'I' and Frlrllliy Sfwlzsor SARA SMITH . . ...... Sfurlenl 7ll'l'I1SlH'l'I' AIRS. ROY PAGE . . . 7l07t'Il Sfvonsor The present membership of the Girls' Forum of Tyler consists of four hundred and fifty high school girls and seventy from the junior College. This organization was established November 23, 11131. The idea was conceived by lllrs. lfrnest Goens, president of the Tyler VVoman's Forum at that time, and was first under the leader- ship of llliss Adele Henderson. The Girls' Forum became a member of the Federated Clubs November I, Ifjjl. bliss Elizabeth was the first president of the Forum and lllisses Sunshine Neeley, Nlartha Shuford, and lllary Louise Todd have followed her in the order named. The president of the Tyler XVoman's Forum is the town sponsor of the Girls' Forum. These sponsors have been lllrs. Ernest Goens and lllrs. Roy Page. Faculty sponsors are elected by the members of the Forum and have been llliss Adele Henderson lfor two yearsl, bliss Aileen Grillin, and Bliss Lucia Douglas. i In the Forum there are ten clubs which meet weekly or bi-weekly. The interest in the Club is stimulated by worthwhile educational programs presented every month. lts constitution, written and adopted in Ifjjl, gives the purpose of the organiza- tion: "Through congenial activity we aim to foster the development of our better selves in order to become better members of societyf' A spirit of friendliness and cooperation has been developed, eliminating any rivalry which may have previously existed between the various clubs. The executive board, which consists of the ollicers, the sponsor, the committee chairman appointed by the president, and the presidents of the clubs within the Forum, constitutes the business body of the organization. Nlembers of this board are: the oilicers and sponsor listed above, the committee chairman, Lola Lee Roberts, Bernice Gullick, VVynelle Hodges, Frances Connally, ,lane sludge, Betty Ann Faulkner, Dixie Alexander, Klartha Shuford, and lllary Leach. The club presidents from the College are: Literary TVorkshop, llary Ethel Bakerg VV. A. A., lllelba Brooksg A. K. K., lllary Ethel Baker. The presidents of the high school clubs are: Girls' Graduate Club, Sue Dean: Dramatic Club, Loris Bryson, Library Club, Sara Smith: High Ideals Club, Dorothy llrookshireg Pep Squad, Frances Connally. 2 3 f I' ,,6:?:?nn Fug ,,:-:...: 'T :H -..4 -7-..:-23: 142' '. H -.1 Q . I' 1 ln 'T ilff.-f'fZfi7i":7 F' " ' " " ' ::... :N '- - ., ' -I N I :" 'J '1 'J' "" lax :' 1 t D 4 ,:3 A? .- :- O 5?--. 1 ,. PHI THETA KAPPA 'IW11 liwxx, I:-1111 .XXIII l":111l1X111I. I'14S:4l:-111, XX':1y111- M:1vII1--11 5, Y111--I'1-41si1Iw11t1 M1-11111 H1111-Iss, S4-1 Klux lluxxvfll, bgw11N1f1'. l.1111.1111 lun, I.1111111w N1-111-111 l111111I-ng 161111511 4'l4'XKSL l,.1111x1- M1-lv1111:1l1lg AI2lI'Ail1l'i1 In-11111-113 Mu Illallv. 1 P W Q N X' Mg: , , ii GEM' 9 fi .. .V I 1.-sz. 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Plmux Rxsco , , , I,rn,.x LH-Q Romulus . . K.X'll!RXN B,x1l,H' LAS MASCARAS CDFFICEERS J.KMliS ii,xss.xw.u' . . .l. BET! Y ANN FAULKNER '1'HEUll!lSI.X NICNLVIWI' M.xRf:L'HR1'1LH Mlxrzs IEVELYN CREWS Lousu COOK Axxng M,xr: '1'L'Rxr:R Dokmm' Klux FANNIE Fklmilx MARY SMITH Nl.-XRY Iinim, lixmpk lvhkx' Lousa Town MAMUQ Iilmxxnlms M IQMBERS Nam. SIMMQNS R, C, lfrlklx Mr:l.n.x BROOKS UMA. .I rxrf C'.w1w1,-xv XVx'xHl,l,r1 Ilunmas Mun' I,r:.xc11 I.L'Qu.1,ra XVOINLXCK I'IEI,leN PIMXIDRIJ Bkrmxslra CARR DONXELI, KI4QRR 1NIAxkr:.xRri'1 SMHII VERLH: II.xR'mN 'l'H0M.xs Cifiokmi ARl,1xr: McC.x1x vv TS ..,..I' rr5iJr11l . 1'-Pl'z'5frf1'lIf . . . S11 Vrfllfj' I'I'l'tl.YllI'1'l' fq'rrli5i11g1 fllumzgfrr' Iirmxrur Drum Gmruzrf :Xl.l,FNJ D,xx'm ffll.I,EY XVmummx 'lifxxr-.l,1, Dm XVA1 KI-IR I..xNl-I l,I-K Sxrm-sux CONNIQR RL'ssl2l.1, KM mu x 1NicM1l,1,.xN ixI1.XI,INI'f llrfxkx Rom l5k.xMm.rfll Dxxua .'xIAl:X.XNIJlaR I,m'1sr Mukkls 27 1.1,...:g?:'i'1.fS,-warmumAa-ex. -A " T Q .fflsii?i'?'5?E::Q-25:2-fu- . 2 M '-'-'.'-1311 ., H ...4 X ,Sy-: I . ., , '- mg x .-::.,.5 ,4 A, 1 ', X -4- 1 , , gf "' Q. 3524.123 -"- N " X 0 -3 'Sul .vll LJ ,, 19' if te . M of B 4 li ' il 11 I , I . ll . P ' l,r-ff lo righls MR. 'IllIOM.XS, Uj1u'a1m', MR. F. N. XVII.: mm, Supfrizztnzdrazl, JAMES LLOYD, JAMES NEWMAN, Miss KIRS'I'lNE LoNr:siiokE, Comjmuy Slrzzogniplfrr, T. C BUNTYN, HENRY HARRISON, RALPH Bicumr, VVII.I,I.XM CR.mifoium, VVi1iii.xM Wiuoirr, MR. E. A. LAWYER, L. D. CONN, KEN- NE'rn NEi.soN, Roc:ER SPENCER, '1'. J. FR.u,EY. ENGINEERS' CLUB The Engineers Club was organized to promote a spirit of fairness among its members and to develop high ideals of courtesy and personal honor. Each year the club sponsors several field trips. The most interest- ing and enjoyable trip this year was the trip to the "Texas Oil Prod- ucts" plant. After the distillation process had been explained by the plant superintendent, the club members were entertained at lllr. VV. H. Harrison's lodge, three miles west of Gladewater. Again this year, the club, in conjuction with the Pre-Law Club, sponsored the T. -I. C. fllinstrel, which proved to be the laugh sensa- tion of the year. 28 1 :13:54 ' P, "pf 'f -g 97 Q i A, K 7' -. fggil' f' 7 .. f I X V D ,- A . A . s 1 l X -n x 'L1"lg,-"YM, ' ' 1 1' Rf-xxx --....:..-...- J.-.3-.. :..:Q:5K ..... i .. Q f 3' ' gg " "Ef,i1,a:E' .. , N Wg' , - . " 'I .-.:?5i"...'-'f ' '-S 1 -I ' BASKETBALL SQUAD, l935 Illlllillf' 25 Allllllllilj' 261 slillllliilj' jl l"Cl'WI'llZll'y 1 I"cb1'l1nl'y S l"l'bl'll1ll'y Q Fcbruz11'y 1 S l'iCbl'llI1I'j' Ifm FCbl'llIlI'5 21 FCb1'll?ll'Y 22 FCbl'llZlI'y - Fcbruziry - '.!ii l 1935 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Tylcl Tylcl Tyh-1' ,INXICV Tyler - vs. XVk'StII1illQ'Sft'I' . - vs. Xx7CSfIHill0NfCl' ..... - vs. .I:1cks0nx'ill4- Baptist Cul - vs. Qlzzcksmmvillc' Baptist Col - vs. I,rm1XIol'1'is. . . . . rl1yll'l' - xs. Lon Klrnwis. . Tyler Tyler - Vs. XXYCNfINillC5fl'l' . 4 Vs. XVcmt1ni11c-stcl' . Tylcl A- vs. I.0n1XIrn'1'iS . . Tylvr - Ks. I,lJIl1XIUI'l'iN ...... rlqyll'l' - vs. LlZlL'liS0llX'iH1' Baptist' Cul Tyler - vs. -lzxcksrmzwillc Baptist Col L , ' - lllj .- KH? .W YH? .W KH? .- H17 .A KH? I-xirxt Rf15'.L'.' I'xRIZHiI.I., Rrsulxcz, IVI'L'HlRL'lI, KRlPI'.Sl-.N rllfmnlj, Ci11,1,m' rlhaplfzizzj, C'l,.xw,x'1HR, M .wsu 1, .N'1'fn11.1rn1c.' XV.xlsr1x', '1'UIliR, Slmuxx, R.x'rl.11-'1, UARRISIIN, Rxcn, Mk. 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Rlcxuluw Rrsulxcz-S11111g 011Af'lIN17'!' 1111-1111. c1II,IllERT RICE-P1'111111111y fllt' 11151 111111171 1111 1111' s1j111111. xl.X.XIIES 'NV1xTs11x-1111111 11111111 flll' !111.vX'1'1 111111 an 11111 shots. JAMES RATLIIPF-,1 'Z'll1I1lI1l1l' 1f11111'11. IQAXRI, CI,1xW.xTIERQl1'111:11 fl11'Ill'0I1IlIl 1111111. I1l1n'1w1zN lfvcfiLMI1-D1Ap1111l11l1!1- fm-11-111-11. ARTHYQR GAXRRISUN-111-111 111111 llI'11K'1 111111 ll g111111 1111111 111 lxt'IIfl'l'. I3 LLY KIARSH-11 11111111, 1111,s'11111y f111'A11'111'11. llllIll EWMHWI lllllllllllllll lllllllll 30 mifim IN CAMP A5 E AiPAfc3H1E, was K .. , g JOKES Bernice Ciullick: "Clive me some of that prepared monoacetisacidester of sali- cylic acid." Uruggist: "You mean aspirin, don't you?" Bernice: "Yeah, I never can think of that name." you." 1 1 Freshman: f'Lend me a quarter, will Sophomore: "Say, if it cost five cents for a trip around th: world, I couldn't get out of sight." 1 1 Shoes are made nowadays from all kinds of skins: even banana skins make good slippers! 1 1 College is the place where one spends several hundred dollars for an education and then prays for a holiday to come on a school day. And another definition of college is that "College is a four-year loaf on Dad's dough." 1 1 Never cut a class unless- You're tired, or haven't time to dress, Or feel too good, or feel unfit, Or haven't, or are, prepared for it. 1 1 blames Hankerson: "Gosh, ain't that guy bow-legged ?" ,lack Owens: "llon't be vulgar. Now Shakespeare would have been artistic about it." james: "XVhat'd liill have done Tl -lack: "Like this-'Ah, for sooth, what manner of men are these, whose limbs prescribe parenth2ses?' " 1 1 She was only a shepherdls daughter, but she sure got my goat. lliifll Hyvn You 'FRIED THIS? flt really workssl Put down the number of your living brothers: multiply by two: add three: multiply by five: add the number of your living sisters: multiply the result by ten: now add the number of your dead brothers and sisters, if any: substract 150. The right-hand figure tells you the number of deaths, the middle figure is the number of sisters you have living, while the figure to the left gives the number of your living brothers. 1 1 Congratulations, Guilty Ones: If your orgies and mistakes are not mentioned herein, don't blame us. There are tivo reasons why we have kept silent. First: XVe want 'to stay in school. Second: The censorship committee. Uon't be surprised if you don't find any good old juicy scandal, just thank your lucky stars there isn't, because it might have been on you. The censors are your protectors: thank them, not us. Sincerely, YE EniToR. 1 1 Co-eds' hlotto-"Cry and get it." Ill lllllllmum A, , j 5 1 1 'its if li , X-. . :m:....m. L . --Ill-Ill l A x 'Ib .x.,. 1,- . cv . 1 N 4 J ff K 1 ' 1 I 4 l "" f-.11 fi Y .puff u"" ,...i-.Q n, ll E ,,,,......L...A---I, -We V M4 Three of a kind. "Curfew shall not ring tonight. Honey is gettin' thick. African Cleansers. It's gettin' deep. "FVhere's the bottle?" "When you Want a boy, call Western Union." Ten cents a dance. H Z5 SX APAQHE, was I i .. ' -we X we-' .. A PAGE FROM THE DIARY OF A JUNIOR COLLEGE STUDENT November 19, 1934. LILLPIU out of bed shortly after eight, fired up the old bus and rushed to college. Gulped down a Coca-Cola and a bar of candy at the pharmacy. Rushed to library to gather lfrom classmatesl a small portion of knowledge on my various subjects. Amid the rustling of paper and shufliing of feet, I could hear an occasional remark such as, "Hello, sludge, how are you this fine morning, as I live and breathe!" A few hearty handshakes accompanied this remark. Ever-vigilant ears distinguished a noise, and came the warning "No talking in the library, boys." I immediately retired to the buz- zard roost to continue my studying. Along with the National Courts, I absorbed the outstanding plays of Friday's high school football game. The nine o'clock bell rang and I repaired to my first period to do or die, mostly die. After a very stimulating hour of government, I dashed to my next class. On my way, I frantically asked several students if they had a test. Upon finding that they did, I raced swiftly through my book, trying to find the answers to the various questions. After taking the test and making a very low grade, lXIiss Brandenburg informed me that as I couldn't under- stand plain Ifnglish, she didn't see how I pulled through government and economics. Next, along came Ifco, so I prepared for the customary test. However, lXIiss Hender- son decided to explain market and mint ratio of gold and silver. Immediately a hot argument sprang up and heated words flew hither and thither about the room. The war of pamphlets of 1776 was fairly left in the shade. Clarence Harrison, AI. O. Toler, and Leo Davis were finally informed by lXIiss Henderson that they were "all talking about different things," and this settled the argument, at least for the time bei-ng. The look that accompanied the traditional test then came into lXIiss IXIary's eye, but we were saved by the bell. After calling desperately at several passing cars, I finally got a ride and almost a broken neck fthe result of T. Al. I"raley's kindnessj. One o'clock found me perched again on the roost gayly waiting whatever might come my way. And who should I hear blabbin' in the distance but "Snake" Blakeg as she came nearer, I made out these words, "IVoe is me." Close at her heels galloped "Brainless" Baker, devouring a huge jar of mustard. As the hour of two slowly approached, I ambled down to the tennis court to watch the coming stars. "Too-Tall" Rasco was calling out the strikes and Verlee Harton and Klary Louise Todd were going through all kinds of antics in an effort to get the ball over the net, which is, I believe, the idea of the game, although one would never know it to watch the above pair play. I decided to visit the dramatic club. To my surprise, I found Conner Russell disguised under a blanket of lather and Betty Ann Faulkner playing at kisses with a Boston Bull pup. Donnell Kerr dashed back and forth across the stage with an uplifted razor in his hand. Backstage, lNIiss Howell tugged at her hair in utter disgust at her "ham" actors, so I departed from the hurly-burly scene. School life being over for one day, I journeyed home and made a raid on the ice box. KIy hunger being satisfied, I took a short nap of forty winks. l,ater on, the phone rang and a buddy of mine wanted me to go to the show, but I said I had to study. I pulled out the old books to study, but the gang came by, so I decided to get my lessons early in the morning. I drug in and tumbled into bed after so many hours of sweet recreation. 34 5 g A 1' , v Z1 IIIIIIIII 5' ,- -f ,ft llllllllllulll XX 2 J "' I ' ,. ' Ill I 4,,-I' nun ,gh JY1 17 Q fam' "'-'A H 's-'W ww -s-fe... e e e e -'WW' v -M-.eihi .ff jf Q qw 1 mm A ' ,iflfef K .pyvij 3 f- -, . 'Q ,, '-Q -'ai . K ' ,Q ."' Y "' . - 3.31 .J " R 1 H JN 'Q -f" H' 'N x Y 3 , ,. - ,fr -4 ' .' 1 A -1-4. Q xy f 'A , ln- is 1" ,pr ,1, ' rx Li, .N , 5 .' MA mf f , V r a K -, - u,g,. b V, 1 . 'i w 'sf .2 " J-xl: .21 f in A 4 4' -.1-fe 4 ,X x ,' N . ' t 1 vb ' ' K-"' ' -'w bf, 7 f ,, . W 'R M ev , . f 4 - " f . far , -' rf' ,. , ,.. mf .4 . 4 .M .xv , N . ,. - fi va Lovers par excellent. Out of gear. Do you know our "Marx" Brothers? WIIOSE original idea was llzis? 35 lVl1al the best dressed women will wear "Carioca" by special request. "Just call me judge." Triple "B" and "Snake." wi Q Q EF5gw APACWHLtQ35 -fgia JGKES 'there was a man who fancied that by driving good and fast He eould get his car across the track be- lUI'C fllt' fI'2lll1 CZIIIIC DZIST l'le'd miss th: engine by an inch and 'make the train hands s OFC. There was a man who fancied this: there isn't any more. 1 1 lfirst Actor lbehind the seenesl Ned Price: "Did you hear the w'iv the au- dience wept during my death scene?" Seeond Actor, lfdwin Rasco: "Yes, it must have been because they realized that it was only acted l" 1 1 'llheodosia fXIcf'futt: "IXIiss Howell, what- is an aetor? ' bliss Howell: "An actor is a person who ean walk to the side of a stage, peer into the wings at a group of other ac- tors waiting for thsir eues, a number ol bored stage hands and a lot of theatrical odds and ends and exclaim, 'VVhat a lovely view there is from this window l' ll 1 1 Today I bought an alarm-eloek. It has a very loud ring. I think I will call it the Star-Spangled banner, For every time I hear it I have to get up. 1 1 Nell Simmons: "Tell me, is B. Detroit a reliable car T' lllllllll lllllllll X Je' an F. O. Smart High School Student: "Bly ancestors came over in the 'IXIayl'lower,.l' George Cuthrell: "It's lucky they didg the immigration laws are a little stricter nowfl 1 1 Tnixos IN Co1.1,EoE THAT INeRE.xsE IDECREASE Your finances. V ' - ' r our self-conceit. Your carelessness. Your selfishness. Your tastidious- Your appetite. Your respect for higher authority. Your promptness. Your democracy. Your feet. ness. 1 1 IXIiss Brandenburg says that a clever author is one who never asks what they are saying when he is told that every- body is talking about his latest book. 1 f Deaf-and-Dumb Beggar: "Do you think it looks like rain, Bill?" Blind Beggar: "I dasn't look up. Here Comes one of my best eustomersf' 1 1 lXIamie Edwards: K'IXIoney is the root of all evil.', James Gassaway: "Then I am a per- fect saintfl 1 1 T. BI. Fraley: "I had a nightmare last night." Betty Ann Faulkner: "Yes, I saw you with her." IMIMIMI lllhllllll 36 Ill Illlllllllllll l X-,, 1. , - ,- L1 f Ill, ' : ' 5 ' on 'av .11 X., -'rj ,,pfw 1 1 1 23 ' ,Y il Il ll II ll ' 3 Wayne, uha! IS this strange pouer you lzmc Tlnre Q one in every crowd. ,fPaging T. J I over Women? AJ minded fH0t air 2 'ii vi ll YA-YA ll 5 X AlPACHlE, -2 C ul: - 'WEN 1 Ill!!! llllll-IIIII-ll IIC ZIIIIIIIIIIILI - f -ii.-:mf-EE I ll -gwiilf 11930 p A Ei I A I fl F' E 6 X , if n ' ' 'll um L l .tl i i - E l K l JGKES Grandsire: "Did I ever tell you about me fighting the Battle of Bull Run?" w nv ' ' hrandson: Ive listened to all of your bull, but you never told me about your run.', 1 1 Leo Dayis: "I see they haye a town in lllassachusetts named after youf' hlary Alice Blake: "That's nice of theni. VVhat's the name of it?' Leo: "lXlarblehead." 1 1 Conner Russell: Milly ancestors were all people of brains." Kathryn Bailey: "Too bad you were disinherited." 1 1 i Clarence Harrison 1 upon parting with his Chemistry professor, feelinglyl : "Sir, l'm indebted to you for all I know." llr. Henderson: "Pray, don't men- tion such a trifle." 1 1 illorgan Harris lto waiterl : "1 can't eat this soup!" lVaiter takes it away and bring him another kind of soup. KI. H.: "1 can't eat this soup!" lvaiter, angrily but silently, for the second time brings another kind. KI. H.: "I can't eat this soup!" The waiter, furious, calls the propri- etor. Proprietor tto hlorganl: "XVhat is the matter? lVhy can't you eat this soup?l' KI. H.: "Because I have no spoon., A man left his umbrella in a rack at a restaurant with a card attached as fol- lows: "The owner of this umbrella weighs two hundred and forty pounds and strikes a blow like: a sledge hammer. He will return in a few minutes." YVhen he returned he found the um- brella gone. Someone had taken it and left the card behind. Un the reverse side was written: "The man who took this umbrella can run a mile in four minutes and he is not coming back." 1 , 1 "Raymond," asked the teacher. "XVhat is a synonym?" Raymond Boone tanswering llliss l3randenburg's questionlz "A synonym is the word you use when you can't spell the other one." 1 1 Bliss Adele Henderson: "Now tell me what you know about the Caucasian race." lflwin Kay: "I wasn't there, teacher. I went to the ball game." 1 1 lllisfa hlary Henderson: "How is it that you are late for class today, 'l ll'Il1lZlS?ll rlihonias George: "lt isn't my fault, bliss Henderson. You want me to bs a law-abiding citizen, don't you, and not b1'eak any of the traflic regulations, dont you ? ' Kliss Henderson Cpuzzledl: "Ubey the law? lVhat do you mean, hlr. Cieorge T' Thomas: "I came to a sign saying, 'School ahead. Go slow'." llmllll llltl-IIIII lt pw . -fag 52? Sas' A .4 v ,Q'.,,1'?'f ' 'izl if my -I , 3 ' , ,J K 4 , . , . , ,. ,, .,, , V - Ig: . X: ' 4 1 1 . V i'-7 . , X ,-. X 4 5? . M . .yn 7 .Q bf r f ?.ij,h'6 ", ,fl ...- ... - " 'Lk'- Star Chemistry students. Future Helen Jacobs. lLate.I "Honest, I airft lazy, I'm just dreamin'." So clzivalrous. All la and no work makes Jolzn a ooll Poor car. 3' f Hail, hail, the gang's all here! R. C., you get in all the pictures, don't you? A E , E i ApAfCHlE', 11935 XX XZ ' 1 l.l..l,l ?. li! , 1 JCDKES Some very brilliant people take signs too literally. There was 11 pawnhroker who placed il placard in his window, reading: "Look Ilf this watch for ten 1lolla1's.'l George Allen entered the store and said: "l'ye looked at the watch. Now give me the ten dollars." 1 1 Then there was the enterprising young man who went into business 11nd placed this sign on the door: "Don't go to other places to be robbed. Come in here." 1 1 An anti-tobacco lecturer Illiltlt' such a powerful speech against the 11se of to- bacco tllilt several of his hearers went home 11nd burned their cigars, holding ,them in their teeth by way of further punishment. 1 1 A dentist must have Il pull to succeed. It is ll hand-to-mouth existence 11t its best, and one must hg1ye p11tients. Klost dentists are always looking down in the mouth. 1 1 "lVhat does the professor of Greek get ?" "Uh, about 53111111 Z1 year." "And the football coach?" "About 3512111111 ll year." "Quite 11 dircrepancy." "XVell, did you eyer hear 40,000 peo- ple cheering 11 Greek recit11tion?' -97 .' xg -1 4- llenry Harrison: "You look sweet enough to eat." Louise lllorrisz "I do e11tl VVhere sh11ll we go?" 1 1 lllary Louise Todd: "lsn't nature wonderful T' lllargaret Smith: "I-low is that?" Nl. l,. T.: "She gives 11s illl faces, but we c11n pick our own teeth." 1 1 Optimistic thought. "There's one nice thing about y.1ur enemies: They never borrow money from youf' 1 1 lVe know a joke about why the chicken crossed the road. llut we won't pullet. 1 1 .lame-s Shahan: "'wVell, old straw- berry, how's the boy? I just had a plate of ox-tail soup 11nd feel bully." llaye Gilley: "Nothing to it, old waternieloii. l just had 11 plate of hash and feel like everything." 1 1 -lzunss l,lr,yd: "Are yo11 doing any- thirg this evening?" l,11Nelle Sampson feagerlyl: "No, nothing at all." james: "VVh11t a waste ot time." 1 1 "Uh, stop whining. ls whining going to mend matters?" Ai 'Y l suppose not. 9 1 'Y 'Then if not, whine not. .N,.-1--"T - 3 " - L J - ' il' AXL- 'I 'N n'x nf.. 1 4' , 3, ...W vi-.7-,, ' ,P ' .9 'wi' ff' ' '92 exif' Our amiable clzieflain. Arcade raclrel-makers de luxe. Everylnodyls friend. Two pals. "It's a small World, after all." "We're all pals together." Four of THE best. ' A very present lzelp in trouble. -Finals begin! VVoe is us! Can we APAfClI-lIlE,i1935 df EF- . ng' ? . -9 SEPTEMBER -Registration Day! Oh, RIY! YVhat 37-First assembly. Papooses initiated. a schedule! Las llelascaras meet and organize. OCTOBER -Pre-Laws meet and organize. Only Impressive ceremony. C ??J day. "To the rose fields!" one ",lllClgf'S5H? 219-Las Nlascaras starts practice on VV. A. A. Get-Acquainted Party in plays. the c'3'm- 30-XV. A. A. meets. XVe're to have a Rose Festival celebrations. A holi- NOVEMBER Las Klascaras president "gets gay." lllartha Shuford sent as a princess to Harvest Festival at lllarshall. Tenixis Club. X swell party. ' 26-Las llascaras meeting is just a dis- cussion of "Dollars to Doughnuts." J Special Senior meeting to discuss 28-Annual Ire-Laws and Engineers means of raising funds for the an- nual. 29 Benefit Bridge for the annual. A DECEMBER Club lklinstrel. lllore fun! and jo-State Teachers Association. Our Big Chiefs attend. Alumni meeting. lib-Annual Christmas Party in the "Dollars to Doughnuts" given and proves to be a big success. Girls' Forum Christmas Program. Gym. Old Santa was in good spirits. In fact, xve'd never seen such a Santa Claus. Ask Clarence CSanta Clausl Harrison! -A basketball game at last! lust a , . , , warm-up affair with Canton, and 21-R!lmUl,flmC,h ll!!! fhl'5m'f'i Vaca- . . , 2 Q r fs the high school boys just couldnt tmll' Ht N. Us nxt Loo! 'lellf Uk? it, we Ye heard since last lXIay! Let s relax. JANUARY, 1935 School daze again. Our breathing 25-Tyler wins first conference game spell was TOO short because ive're all LATE. -VVe take Gilmer in a basketball game. make it???? and 26-lxlltl-fCI'l1l Registration. After those finals we're lucky II" we register. 42 from 'vVestminster. 28-Cl2lSSL'S begin. All this to do over again? No, NO, a thousand times NU! But just one more thing- 3o-REIJ LETTER DAY! THE "APACHE" GOES TO TH E PUBLISHERS!! fFor once in our lives not "LJ'l'E." ,wp I 4-A 'EA' TT: ' ' ,- L F,g,.-ff Da. 7 H. ,-, . 4' . , , B 12-if ' ' fwfr FVl10's had a test, Mr. Poston? Let'5 all sing like llze birdies sing. A friend in need is a friend indeed. I just can'l believe it's true. Happy as if he had good sense. Somebody said "Teacl1er's pet." Auction sale, Conner? "Prelty is as pretty does." They live and breathe. 43 Q -. , A Y-no , --wg .Elm a. 3 :N h fifii N-- .- , H - ,,-, , fllf . I .L . t ff , ,,41-'-'ilfa-A-wp.----W X .PQ . 2 . ' NMS' ""'CaB X - Q SQPHQMQRE FAVORITES jqllfhlyll Baifcy J. Cofer HARVEST FESTIVAL QUEEN .Ma rfbfz S12 uforz? FEESHMEN FAVQRHES ggwiiz Tasco .frooksic Gan' E V CD Ain . T A 61 45 X5 E APAQHE, 11935 j ' Z, X Q :Him A l . , -gn gm: 1 wil 'sms X THE TOM-TOM HE Apache llansos decided last year, after being convinced that nothing could be more symbolic of the constant, never-failing progress of our school, to donate as a gift from their tribe, a tom-tom. lt is this tom-tom-this symbol of constancy, to which all true Apache ears reverently turn, to which all true Apache hearts vigorously stir, and about which all true Apache tribes can proudly boast. It is of little importance to the reverent Apache that it was constructed by stretch- ing two pieces of plain cow hide tightly over the ends of what was once an old nail keg. In the imaginative mind of the Apache, he can see Indian squaws, braves, and papooses quietly seated around a glowing fire smoking the pipe of peace with the tom- tom in their midst. It has come to connotate all the characteristics and symbols of Indian life and consequently all the traditions of our Apache-land. It is doubtful whether or not the council which presented this gift to the school realized at the time how valuable it would become, but it is certain that those Apache tribesmen which leave our reservation will find the tom-tom, with its enchanting, un- changing rhythm hard to forget. The tribesmen love their tomatom not for what it is but for what it stands for-the faith, loyalty, and strength it symbolizes, the dignity it retains, and the respect it inspires and promotes. ale A. K. K. Hiking Song Nou' 1f't's marrh on Arm Kula Kulas Laughing mul talking on our Quay For those 1c'l1o'rr dullrr and 1111110 no mfor Should fllllll' and join us in our play. They!! rzrwr lvzou' ichat they are missing Until tl1ey'4zfe fried us for Il day. Rah! Rah! for xltta! Rah! Rah! for Kula Rah! Rah! Ure are Ihr Al. K. K. 46 .gf - -1- - 1 Q 'LN'-. PATRONS' PAGE 510.00 Citizens National Bank 57.50 Bryan's Book Store 56.00 Mayer and Schmidt 55.00 Caldwell, Hughes, Delay and Allen Montgomery Ward and Company Tyler Commercial College Brush Bros. 53 .00 Dandy Baking Company 52.50 Dickason-Girard Jewelry Company Howard Dodd Company Hale, Clyde and Company E. F. Swann Willis Drug Company Reviere Bottling Company 52.00 Carlton Lumber Company Radio Station K. G. K. B. Neil-Simpson 51.75 Friends 51.50 Leo Golenternek 51.00 Arcadia Shine Parlor Broadway Service Station Leonard Bruck Carden and Son Grocery Claude Holley Howell-Vvatson Clothing Store B. A. McPhail Pearson's Specialty G. R. Rieck Tyler House Furnishing Company YVatts Pharmacy Brady Gentry, County Judge Drug Texas Power and Light Company Peoples National Bank Tyler Motor Company Bradley's Studio Tyler Gas Service Company Malavansos Cafe Pratt Jewelry Company Sledge Manufacturing Company Tyler State Bank and Trust Company Babblin, Brook Tyler Baking Company Turner-Murray Service Station Goodrich Silvertown Stores Company Ses Haynes E. N. Whitesides Crescent Laundry Dement and Hawkins Dobbs' Furniture Store P. F. Gaston Grocery Klines New York Store Roberts Drug Store Sampson-Lyle Clothing Company S. and W. Bakery Watts Food Stores Friends 777, ., -f,f ,f A IPA C H IE , I1 Q 3 5 Sfffff- Q A A 7 X X pm A M r L25 ' Y ff lx v' V ifu lr.: 73 , W --mumnmu mlm nuumuIlIlmlumlluullnml1 T IVTUU Ifffgk' ON ROLL DURING THE YEAR I934-'35 fI!i0RCE AI.I.EN NI.-XRCARET .ANSLEY DIXIE ALEXANDER RALPII BICRLEY MARIILIERITE BII.I.IN K.'X'I'IlRX'N BAILEY MARY ALICE BLAKE ALMA BUCKNER BESSIIE BROIYNINO EL'I.EI..X BARBER MARY EIIIEI. BAKER R.-UMOND BOONE FRANCI-is BLIRIIEN JIM HROXVN .ASA BRIOOES GSI FY ROBERT BI.,-'XKE MELEA BROOKS ,ANN BROVVN T . C. BLINI-YN CIIESTER BURNS ROEY BRAMEI,E'I'T fHiORCE CI"I'IIREI,I. S'lFI.l.A CADE JOIIN CAMIAEELI, BRHOKSIE CBXRR IEARI. CI.AIY.YI'ER I.. D. CONN FRANCES CONNALLY I.OI'ISE COOR ICYELYN CRFXYS XV. L. CIIAPMAN EARL CIIAMNESS XVILLIAM CRAWFORD CAI.YIN CONNINCIIAM JFAN CORE UMA CAOMAN JOE COLE IIOIYARO DOOO I.EO DAYIS MARVIORIE DEBORII LOIIIS DLIRS1' JOY ExI.I.I0'l"I' MAMIE IQIIIYARIJS B E'I'TY ANN FALILRNER R. C, FORD FANNIE FRIORIN T, J. FRAI.EY HELEN FREEMAN ARIIILIR fy.-XRRISUN FIQIIOIVLXS f?EURCF DAYIO CZILLEY vV.fXI.'I'ER f2UlI,ll BERNICI-, GLvI.I.ICR MANINE fzk.-XHAM JAMES f:.XSS.XU'AY EARN!-iS'l' f1lI.l.IiY JAMES IIANKERSUN MOROAN HARRIS CLARENCE HARRISON HENRY HARRISON VIaRI.IzE HAR'I'ON EOIYIN HALL LOLIISA IlH.I. VVYNEI.l.E HOIIOES N1ARfT.XRF'l' HOOYER AI.I.X NE HOCUIT NORMA HOIJIIER SARA HIIIINALI. SCE HENDERSON HERMAN TIUGHIES MACK IIARIIIYICR AIIALINE PIFNRY MRS. NIEAI. HARYIII E FRANCES INORAM JOIIN JAMES XVILLIS JARRFLI, DONNELI. KFRR FIXVIN KAY DOROTIIY KLEIN ELLA KI'INIJRlCK JAMES I-I.OYn CFCII. I.AIII:III.IN MARY I.EACII MRS. MYRIALE LAND IEIIYYINA I.LI'I"I'ES IXRLENE MCCAIN l., 48 1 R U TW A Y ' ljygrpjfwf- H fy 'I , X, I I fffl. C .. III . . L ,J4W4i.XNI",XIXIAWUM il D Rm E", V 'A AR 4 i:ii!,J..f.Zi fi ' - LY iff Y XS.,-3 ,A naw- -+91 LN Vw L vw" ' J 11935 JW, J Xvffifi lllllll'IllIIllllI'IlIlllflllllllllllllllllnllll ll'll'llUluIIIIIllIllllllllIIIIllIIIIllIIIllIllllll'lullllllullllfllllllllil 'lllllllll llllllllllllll ulllllllllIllllllllllllllflllII'llllllllllllllllllllllllllnlllll I" xmkkxx: Q iifmqfiw ON ROLL DURING THE YEAR I934-'35 Ii.-XTIIRYN MCMILLAN LOUISE MCDONALD AUBREY MCKINNEX' TH EODOSIA MCNLI'l"l' BILLY MARSH -JULIAN NIA'I"I'ASOIflO VVAYNE M A'I"I ll EXVS ROY CE IVIATTIIEVVS PIIIl.I.IP MALLOY MARCLVERl'l'E MINCS LOUISE MORRIS MARY NEIL KENNETH NELSON JAMES NEXVMAN BILLY NE'l"I'I.FS J. C. NICHOLSON DORMA LJDOM MRS. C'IIRISTINE LJDOM JACK ONN'EN IROROTIIY PAGE HELEN PEADRO JACK PEVETO JACK POLINDS FRANCES POSTON NI.-XRJORIE PERDUE LEON PUCH NED PRICE EDWIN RASCO JAMES RATLIEE QIILBERT RICE ROSS ROBERTSON ESTEN RAY RICIIARD ROCKVVELI, I.OLA I,EE ROBERTS CONNER RUSSELL LORRAINE RIECK JOE REYNOLDS MRS. BONNIE RUMBO RICHARD RUSHING HERMAN SANDERS JAMES SHAHAN RICHARD SLEEPER RAY HELENE SMITH MARTHA SIIUEORD NELL SIMMONS MARGARET SMITH MARY C. SMITH SARA SMITH ROGER SPENCER PAUL SHAMBURCER CHESTER SURRATT LANELLE SAMPSON MRS, THX'RA SEACROVE HOWARD THOMPSON MARY LOUISE TODD RUBY TIIEIJFORD J. O. TOLER XVOODROW rIiUNNEI.I. FRANCES TURMAN ANNIE MAE 'IXURNER CLARENCE VV.-XLKER DOT VVALKER J. A. XVATSON ILERSCHEI. XVELCH BRADY XVHITE FLOSSIE VVILLIAMS LL'CILI.E VVOMACK BII.L VVOOD BILL VVRICI-IT A. L. XYARBROUCH WILLIAM E. HICKS HAZHI. STONE HADEN UIICHURCH FOREST VVHITHAM PAULA HUMIIIIUS CLARAIIELL MINK ONEAI. 'TAYLOR MARTIN ICRYYIN MRS. LOI XVILLIAMS VV. O. CRAFT STEVE E. POTIS Rf.-XRJORIE SADLER ,Z I V if 49 I IX XX X 1 I X ,. VWYIINI R XA A I EEIIIIIWIIM I ,1 gf 31. 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