Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX)

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W - , xv' V N 4 Us . ,C P A rx .Y 1: ,154 T' ' I ..L.. 1' , Q, .,, 1 . 1,-I --' " , '4 if J. Y 'M . ,Q A ' Nt 2 , mf ' Q..- 'zzfff-3 T Ofybi Aid NINETEEN HUNDRED TI-IIRTY-EIGHT ANLEY J. SCOTT 9 0 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF LEON LUKENBILL 0 0 BUSINESS MANA6 ' v. .QYLEQ 4 'rex r-5 Q74 6 FN 1938 OUR PURPOSE EOR TI-IE PUBLICA- TION OE TI-IIS YEARBOOK WILL I-IAVE BEEN REALIZED IE, WI-IILE LEAEINO TI-IROUGI-I TI-IIS BOOK IN LATER YEARS, YOU CATCI-I GLIMPSES OE SOIVIE OE TI-IE MORE PLEASANT INCIDENTS AND I-IAPPENINOS TI-IAT WERE YOURS TO ENJOY WI-IILE A STUDENT IN T.J. C. ON BEHALF OE TI-IE STU- DENT BODY OE TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE, TYLER, TEXAS, WE PRESENT EOR YOUR PLEASURE AND ENJOYIVIENT: P A C P E I 5? ,CWA Wm Wffffifq T I mf BENQ -u-iff' AWGN For luis able direction, lor luis lriendly and genial comradeslwio with tlme students ol T. J. C., lor lwis clreerlul assistance at all times, and lor liis liiglm ideals We sincerely dedicate tlwis edition ol tlie Tyler Junior College HfAxoacl1eH to our most able dean, HARRY E. JENKIIXIS i l Z' Lwfwfj THE SCHOOL THE CLASSES THE FEATURES GRGANIZATIONS 4 I ? My W X X AHMQSCMQQL M Ill I ll If gpg! QL ,m',1z,fmf,'m gui! in? QAE Q7mna.4fn1f1fL C A T I O ik. MR. J. M. HODGES President of the College T. H. Rulm' . . . Pgwiflnzl CPURIHUN SIMPSON . . Ivil't'-PI'f',ViIll7Ilf H. BARRUN . . . Ivi!'l7-PI'l'Xillt'lIf Luis I"1TzGER.xl,lm XVHITEMAN . .... . Sen-ftfzry H. H. CI.Ax1u4sTwx P. C. PINKERTUN, -IR. lfmxx RIVIFRE B. T. XVAx1.TIfRs '35'-5 -s..,.r TL-1 MISS LUCIA DOUGLAS MR. H. E. JENKINS MISS MARY HENDERSON Regigfl-ar Dean Dean of Women l10j Miss Alnew ri IiK.xwnrfNnL'R MJX. If nglix X1 MISS Annan: llrixmcksm: M.A. llistory Mxss MARY Ifl rgxnmxsox NLA. Ilislnry and liz mmnziz 5 Mus. S. T. joxvss MA. Gofvwrlzrllrlll MR. J. A. Posmx 15.8. .'llall11'mr1lir'5 Libb- 'wr 1- f . :gif -f . g., 1 FACULTY g -Q' 'J 9 x W .f .rf l . an ,E R M- .r- AY' ivy v.. , ...Aww E ,Jag - 1 af -W , . f xj Mum I.L Cl x Ibm 1:1 Am MA. lfvyrflrffoyy MR. j. V. lII'NllI1.RS1lN' BJX. Sfffllll' Miss lX1l1,lmRrlm Ilmx 151.1 M..'X. lfrrllffz and Sf5tllli.Yfl MR. Ii. A. I..xux'rR 15.5. lizlglillrrz iffy-lj,-img-jflf, Mus Ix.x Rfnmzrus BA. l.ilII'tll'itIII If Mks. PLXKI. llorslalusnx M.A. Ju: zllfrlll and Pxyz fmlngy Mks. Ii1,s1 I4 Smrul H ERS M.A. FACULTY Miss RUTH RUCKER M.A. Sprfffz and Englixh MR. R. F. SMOTHERS B.S. ,lrf CUIlllI1lWfl'illl Coursfs Macs. llmmn SIRINIIER MISS MABHI, WILLIAMS B.S. M.A. l'l1ys11ul lzdmalzon A54'lf'I16f' Q 4 ' ' Q in ' 2 . nv MR. IIARRY F. PARsu,x1.1., B.M. Jlluxif MR. Wu.l.1.xM XVARD, BS. M155 MARY D. VVALKER, M.A. .lfflfflitj Fggdj Illl 02, 4.5 3 2 TM! CLASSES ?,,?:.,,,..,. -Wh - -.vW..4w.,...,..T.A ,, -,,,-- Y. .. , I 8 J,3.,f! . W. 1 Y . .,." 1 X 4 , ' ' SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Dux XVOon . . . . . . . . Pzfvzdent 111' qw!! nzakf' a flflmf jwajwr mizfrn, IIHJ zu "flllI'41'-17fIffl'Li" ax a a1'rJiln1'. President of Suphmnnre Claw, Lux Mn-carnx, Iiditor of Pom:-Ifrmc, APALHE a Ifnxx If,xR1.n EP1'ERsnx . . .... .... . . Inf Pnszdmt Sin' 11115 .m111wl!1i1151 in Xflllil' for all lzur .IIIJ for all fzrr fJ'll1i,1f1'.Y nf lllidlliffllf Inff oil. Vice-Prwidcnt uf Snphnrnnrc Claw, Lux NIZINCZIVZIN, XV. A. A., Vice-President of Phx 1h t'1 happi 'Funnix Club. RIARTHA Sui Cl.xss,xw.n' . . . ....... Santan .Il riglzl Uvlifltf' nr fligffl 110011, Tu all lfn' ffusx flu' ix u flllllll. Lua Maxcnrns. -,pri-'1" ASSXKX 'A Q- M, '21 ' 4114 W W 1 av 6 Q95 -Q 457' Ni' fl4l liuzlixrx IXIJAIR Under a hushel her art is hldden, But it appears in force whenever hxddcn. Las Nlascaras, Pun'-l1'un Staff. IJANIEI. BosT Dame-l's thoughts are much too terse To even Consider this frivolous verst President of Engineers' Club. l'l.'XZEL BRANCH As quiet as a mouse And just as alert. xv. A. A. RI.-XRY Lot'1sE CASTLE Child, unlock your word-hoard, In there too many words are stored. President of Wl. A, A,, Treasurer af Phu Theta Kappa, Girls' Forum. KI.-XRY JANE H ,ms Her Yankee accent is not had at allg lt's her sincerity and frlendlmess you recall. Las Mascaras, VliB'Pf9Sld9l1I of Pre-l.aw Club, Manager of Atta Kula Kula, XV. A, A. P.AxTR1C1.x l'l.XNKERSON A good influence on an errmg, lad, But handle with care-clon't make her mad. Vice-President of Las Mascaras. Armm- Staff, Pun'-ll'un' Stall, Vice-President of W. A. A.. Cheerleader. SOPHOMORES bv "5 -nag: is' ff:- X. l in 4-6:1 ,a. . its f. 1 Q N ef, -1. -.r:'.... f .1 ' ,. 5.-.-,.. 1 x I ' ' Q xr fx ' n-- i Q. ink ' 1 v .24 ...7 ' 1 ,ig . . . 3- 1'-J:-ew' . -' -, .- 'nk ' aki- 6 9-gre . 4 1 EN-f fini! fl ' ww . . -3 .Vx xr . '-- if x ll5l ,365 -'1"f, -gpm: f . C" 2 A Z E, Q' Avi- .1 b S. 'QS ,Q -DZ... ' Q, , 131-ff JA - .121 A .xx ,fn ty 1-Q. l'lR.XNCES AR.XIS'I'RHNKl The tuuchstunos of sucfvss .ue at lltl fe-vt Her nscermsmn wrll he easy and that-r. XV. A. A., A. K. K. PATSY l5I..xcRwm,1. You never see ht-r with a frown, ln fact, her mouth lust wnn't gn down. Se-cu-t.uv of l.:-ls hlascaxms mlunx BLRNS Usually' stavs ln tht- lmekgrnuml, But you strll notice he's around. las lxlascaras, Pre-'l.aw Clnh, Dt-hate Club blL'I.ES CuNsT.xNTrN Dunlt he deceived hy his laughrng mannu He's se-nous desplte hrs happv hanten, Pre-l.aw Club, Cln-erleadet. H ERBIZRT Hur XVhar's plump luke puddzng. rosv lrke .urn But always agreeable, answetfa Hana, lf11glr1eursA Club. XVll,l.ItX,Xl H.xRx'm' He rs puhllc gt-runs No. l, Yet he srrll has plentv of fun. Presrdent of Plu Theta Kappa, SGPHOMORES IXIARGDERITE IIENSLEE 5 Her charm and grace XY'ill he hard to replace. Phi Theta Kappa. KILRRM' .lm'c'E s ' A' " . . ,M , 1 3 15- X 'L ai rl . Q 7 A Hanils live o'clucl4 shadow f' liugiiievis' Club. x is-nas. ff ,Aerial Ifixix Illclluupxx One of the "710sl lmuest hovs uru ever .sawg i Neveillreless, he's an ardent Pre-l.aw. T . it ,fr 1 rf-rl las hlascaras, President of llIl"l.IHV Cluh 'X gg Q' Pun-lllvu' Staff. X , A 'A 4 L I TIA... g ' I xlL'I,I,XN KI,xR1wuci4 He snuck a march and :hen he rang Q, ,?,.., a The "kids" now call him Hl.,VhIll'l1lfC Dau." - "' Wh S LY i- ,- iq 4 lluglui-ers' Club. Prwuflli-ur Stall. K z Y I I' 1' fa ,Q Q ,JfZ?7.' K' Hui NETTLES A . Past mane descxiprlvi-s I hurrv hv. - Q For Hill is such an all-round 'Agiivf' , Q A 'S' . w .Ls 'R las lVlascar.1s. liugineerf Lluh, Biisiiirs wx 'T 4? Nlaiiagei ul' Pun lllm, Q Ht .luiizs PATE Tall, Jail-, and hzuiclsome, 4 , l'arc ls uevei lonesome. 'l 3 l If l U 'l 'Q' ' 4' las Nlascaias, Engineers' Club, lx --in-A """" ,,,, .N -1 , X .. 5. A f . ll6l SAM R. HILL, JR. A deal of wisdom there must be In one so casual as he, Las Mascaras, Pow-ll'aw Staff. C,xRoL LIGGETT You might bleak my bones with a stick or missle, But you can't hurt me by calling me a thistle. Las Nlascaras, Phi Theta Kappa, APACHE Staff. , NI.uu' HELEN RICKELVY She ramhles on and on But always has listeners. Girls' Forum, Pow-llbu' Staff. FR.xNcEs NERREN Su gentle and quiet. this lovely belle, 'Twould cause a riot if she were to yell. Las hlascaras, XV. A. A.. Pun'-llhn' Staff. Gills' Forum, APACHE Staff, Cheerleader. LA R UE NEWTON If vou with her don't agree. She'll convince you completely in sentences three. Debate Club, XV. A. A., A. K. K, TANNER PERDUE Tanner's slow deliberate voice Is a sure loss to the Pre-Laws. Engineers' Club, I,U'W'll'0W Staff. SOPHOMORES l,.XL'I, Rm'No1,ns 5 S'11xxl.m' -I. SL'U'I"I' All aolclnnltlux lllll Hllllllli , lr It's A lut ul' fIUlIl'lt' Udlllllll J ltwflfl w'lu.,, IM. ,m,mu., Ijmmld Dull. ,gg ' . 0' Th.1t's what glvcx btrmlcx' tlmt wmnlul lull- . ,,,,fdl. r -Y IM A13,,,1-I -at , v Las. NIJ--.n.u, lftintm nl' Avmurl, Qumut ,S . , .. A. .SMITH . 'I Llilim' HXIITH Undo! tht- xpu-.ulltxg nlmdc the IDlH,l1U' I " a Smnhw Nmndhrf P ,AQ - sl lielhmt' muxt hc In Inu-1 And SHHJS and Nmndh and htandx 'J u Q. Pm' tour xt-an rt N ht-rn the sanu tux! hh. ' dow'- I..ax hlnmtalas, lfllgII1l'L'lh- Cluh, Pun'-lllm 'N' I SMH' Wh ,ax Nla-n.1r1s I WF rl1HFlJI-'ORD D ' - -A A ' ' x :xl.XRSlllXI.l. Iulzmfukn vdyllll hex shy and ttmxd gran- A X aa - I F ff . Nlauhall tr, as tlmltl ax n h.ue, .3119 Wlll 3lW3V5 hll he" Plain , But l'llS goml work lets you lfnnw ht-'s :ht-nt Suuvtaly of Phi Theta Kappa, XV. A. A., A. K. K. Cxktzllf 'l'11ulx11'soN A hmhm light, mlm lxtrle lass In the dt-nv: fog of govcrmnvnt class. Snplmnmu- Council. NWAW gf 36 x -Q 1. ,x ...Ld Q in - St-plmtnmu Cmnnxl. IJoRu'I'IiY 'IQUIHIJ A girl wxth an lI'll1'IL'5IlI1g nn. As uxttttng n- hm black, tuxlv han. -, Im hlmcamx in JW. fn 3s'V!.vv,s!"i2df X J 1 A "3' G Y Y T' PARK rl1L'NNIZI.I, ln the Hue of xrhonl spnlt, rlw lvllglxtvst spaalt I5 the xt-xxarlle lvatlcr wc lknnw .xx l':nlf. l'1m1dunt of L12 lN'l.15c.1rax. Pte-law Club. Atvxfflr Staff Clwcxlcndcr. l 17 l f' ESHMEN IDEN rox I L KENRILL . Um Howells Lounul l,!'l'-LIl'ZC' 1111 BllSlIl1!S 1IllIIIlgfI APACHE, Dlflllfl I 11111 NIURRIS IDXXIELS . N11 Hnndersons Counul Lux JI11x1'111m IJIIIIIN 111111 fjlllllftf TRICK . N11 P0st0nsL0unC1l Las flI11.v1'1u11s llglllltlk ll ,1.vsi511u11 11111101 of APXLHI' Quarfrt. ' xx Y f l lk, 26"- ,gunf- FRESH M ,Ml NON.-X ASIIIIY 3 Fi 'Z 5" Las M1l5l'8l'3S. -3- Jr . xv 3 . -i 1 ' ,ldflllf f 1 SMI BAILEY 3, Q. , A A , Las Mascaras, Pre-Law wr J Club, Debate Club, --..... in x HARRISON BEAIRD gy if 6 .5 0 ' .gy-R Pre-Law Club. A " N J, LEO CHESLEY ' '- ggi ,I la 6 Pre-Law Club. '9 -ep . I A iw, " Vw. V 1 l is 1V . ,.fff1" ' C f .AA DOROTHY' CRAXVFORIJ A A A Las Mascaras, Girls' Forum, A in Lf ,W Tennis Club. 33,1 ....... SQ L -R.. 1 w 'f XVILTON FAIR V Pre-Law Club. J' ll9l E N ill..-XIJYS I3IxII.EY Counril Group. LEWIS BANKSON Council Group. CATHERINE CAIN Las Mascnras, VV. A. A., A. K. K. O. N. COLE, jR, Las Mnscnras, Engineers Club, Pofw-ll'o-'w Staff, De- bate Club. LAXYSUN IQAIAIONS Council Group. sl.-XAIES VV. FERRELL Las Mascnras, Pre-Law Club. xvsx FRESHMEN is ,.. -W' RIARY ESTES CERIFFIN RIARJQRIE l'12Rlu51,1. v XV. A. A. Avis HLKIGIIINS i'uum'il Gm QJSCXR lils1.1.15R up. l,:1s lNl:N':11:lN, PFC-I.IlXX' C'lulv. Ylkcsll. linm V APACHE Staff. -, 'Q 5 x7El,ET,-X HL'A1PHREYs 1.,4"" V XV. A. A., A. K. K. QQ VIRGIL IQERSCH N' ' 1 lingineers' Club, Basketball 4 l.2lN M:m'z11'z1s. 'Q' yl ,' ROY DEAN KING x . ' ,, 1 , . , Q. b 3? m5' cUUllK'll Group. 5, NWA I-ff? gf ll ," 1 , , .Imua l,lxNLtxsT1iR 1 l,aN Nlzvgxx '. .. g. . V W 5 ' , ' "Q 'I ' Q ,ll . X X' . V 1 A h ZEPHA I,ANl7RL'M .'xPXL'llIz Stull, lcmm Clulm. Q 6, . l f' Girl! I,-nrum. A u l h ' XV. A' A' , wwf - 1, auf . V ' , 2, 'llllgl--. x l., ' ff 1 K xbf ' A . ,I Mun' Lum ISIS l.1cx' A N 3 fi- NIAXINE RICQJOVVAN I.:1s lxlilNC1ll'1lN, l'rc - I nw flllllwy llvlwgllc Q' el.. I ' Las Mzlscarus, VV. A. A. , 1,3 i Y yy. l20l BETTY RIONTGONIERY 1 f . . W. A. A., Iennrs Girls' Forum. M,xR1.xN l',xRRls Las Mascarzls, W. . Tennis Club. GELJRGE RENEAL' Secretary nf Fnglncers' Baaketlmll. 1XI,xRG.xRET ROBERTS Council Group. CTERALDINE SANDERS Las Mascaras, Pre-I1 Clulw. RENNIS STEGER Engineers' Club. FRESHMEN Q Eg 65 - 6 ,' fllhlill AIYIERS .0-' W' . Clulw - V ,za ' 'W' I.:1N lxll!NK'llI'1lN, lux-l'lc1 mln-nl nl IiIlQlllt'l'l'Nl ill g l,,'l71lfL' Vlulv, Quartet. is 53 f A A I 1, 4 - A FR.xNcEs ANN Ninas . AL, av N VV1 ., , w E 'P I.:1N lXl:1w:1r:1N, XV. A. X 1 IX. K. lx., Tennix l'lulw. fl ,- If Q f , W , . f.xRTx BETH RICE Club, , rlx' Fill 'C lg ' am 'l . 412,25 A I, Sul, ROUSTII 1 'V- ' Las M:1sc':x1'z1N. Q 'Q Jig ALBERT ll. SCHLIEAI.-KN T, lu I ns C lulm Delmure Vlulm I31I.I.Y JIM STRUVIJ It EQFC, gs C, liz1giln'uf'C Clulw. ', 'Ov I V Il.. W .. , M . . , , " X'x ,g-.Qi - A ..... M -T A FRESHMEN . C8 Gs 3 R ., IJURUTHY STL'TEYll.I.E P IQXQ -,ga r I M cw I v f U I ,, .IIN llNl'1ll'll5, Ill' 5 'lll'lll . - 'I I E 9 VVll,l,l.X.Xl '11L'RK Fugiuevrs' Club lll.XRG.XRli'I' XV.x1.K12R Lux blzlsczlrzls. lfmkmn lVILl.S flllllllfll Group. 55 '95 , C154 ,. :zu-ac BN 2+ Q SA" l22l ,entry ARGYLE TUCKER Las Mascaras, Pre-Law Club. RIITCHELL UNIS Las Mascaras, Pre-Law Club. PA UL E. VVATTS Las Mascaras, Secretary of Pre-Law Club. LuL'1sE XVQMACK Las Mascuram, Debate Club. HPF W.. -,-. .,.:M ......- .,.... -..N.,-,.. .. Y . , g " 'Viva '. ' " - ' , 4 fi.:--4 . . I UAE VINTUWIS ,d,. WSW' f F fi?" S X V vw' 'Iuka 'Ur I SQPHOMQRE PAVQRHES Patsy Blackwell Al. J. Smith PAV -l-'UW' in 'W 5 FRESHMAN FAVORITES HARVEST EESTIVAE QUEEN geraldine Sanders Leon Lukenbill Frances Nerren TES SNAP I. Su0's pride and joy. 2. W'l1at's the allrac- tion? 3. .lust hang- ing around. 4. Every- body? pal. 5. Susie and Pal. 6. Going someuflzere? 7. Spirit of flpaclreland. 8. Two T. J. C. maidens. 9. Drugstore cowboys. 10. Four of a kind. Il. W". fl. A. queen. 1 is A it S9 4 1 X ...A RS' .. :Qx 's X Q I 4 -if . lan ,,, 'K na IM 'Hs A ,af 'Q 'Q if fi N ,Qi IU i H CT in ,. A .4 Q1 .awk Ii s i X Q 2 2 wa '3 5 M3 L . QA .M . L15 . if 1. f " 1 H 'EM SHGTS 1. Top-notcllers. 2. "Smiles that make you happy." 3. Rivals. 4. Leo the lion. 5. United we stand. 6. In search of a ball. 7. Speak, Miss Rucker. 8. Portrait of an artist. 9. Serious? Yes. 10. "Pow - I'Vou-"' editor. 11. Heads or tails? A - V r 2 ' . p Sac, 1 . . 4' 5 ,gm .,,.,,..,.m1, 1-ws--, ii-H14 SNAP I. Giggles and sophis- ticalion. 2. "lVlasler Geoffrey." 3. Flirta- tion Corner. 4. Low' in bloom. 5. VVl1at's the trouble? 6. "True Confession." 7. Have a cigar? 8. Loaded down. 9. Could lie really be studying? 10. Indian battle. 11. Curie. N ,A ,ei bww 'V' BUS? f K Q ' .4 V 5 1 K XV' ff 7 wx SHOTS 1. Willing. 2. Spring has sprung. 3. "Hun- dred men and a girl." 4. Watch out below! 5. "Lovely to look at." 6. "Sweet someone." 7. Handsomel 8. Waiting? 9. Acliriqy in repose. 10. li'l1aI an easy life. 11. "Bon- jour, niadmnoisellef, SNAP 1. Beauty personified. 2. Now, now, Vllilliam. 3. Every girl's friend. 4. Since When? 5. Conspiracy. 6. Here, there, and e1'eryu'l1ere. 7. Tl1ree's a crowd but not for VVl1ite. 8. Ready? No. 9. Pre- pared. 10.Alone. 11. The three Stooges. 'S' Magi! 4 4' 52 ally, 'Q SHOTS 1. Camera shy? 2. Stag. 3. Little kittens. 4. "Once in a While." 5. An asset! 6. Beauty and brains. 7. The War Whooper. 8. Sweethearts forever. 9. Time on their hands. 10. Little Nelle. 11. Smithie. V5 ff' K'UW.i!331HY!'1f ,.-.f'Sf'Z.i54lf9W-f!.' "4 -"Mr 'f'f:'f'-"f"'h'AbY'P' 13 I6 zo 28 3 7 'S 71 ' I I 3 U IO 17 IX fi. CALENDAR SEPTEMBER The dull beat of the tom-tom resounds across the Reservation as the warriors and squaws gather in the tepee of higher learning. Faculty gives the first party of the year hon- oring the new students. A holidayg so it is to the fair grounds for the happy students. The Freshmen divide into council groups, and choose a tribal name. The Sophomores are still known as Sagamores. OCTOBER Iiveryone is out for the big Rose Festival Parade. The Girls' Forum elects bliss Ifloise McPhail, President. A ilillis is a big day. The first issue of the .lfwu ff." Porte- ll'w1u .' The first broadcast of the season is given over station KGKB. NOVEMBER The XV. A. A. girls start November off with a tennis tournament. Class favorites are elected: freshmen are Ueraldine Sanders and Leon Lultcnbillg the sophomores are Patsy Blackwell and A. J. Smith. Gipsy Smith, world renowned evangelist, makes an enthralling speech in a joint as- sembly of Iiigh School and College. Debate Club is organized. The Apaches open basketball season with a 30-23 triumph over the NVhitehA:u1e VVildcats. Apaches journey to Quitman where they hand the Bulldogs a .l,O'lO shellaeing. DECEMBER The annual football classic between the En- gineers and Lawyers is -played in the Lion Stadium. After sixty minutes of rough and tough football, the engineering boys are crowned Champions of Apacheland. The score is 7-6. -1 I IO 15 16 21 22 3 7 IO 20 28 8 9 I6 33 28 Charles Bowman Hutchins, known to mil- lions as the Bird Man, gives the junior Col- lege assembly a message on "Outdoor Amer- ica." Las Mascaras presents "VVings of the Morn- ing," one of the most diflicult presentations ever attempted by Las Mascaras. Miss Ruth Rucker, sponsor of the club, en- tertains Las Mascaras with a Christmas party. The T. J. C. basketball team defeats the Mount Vernon Tigers, 25-20. The Apaches have their regular VVhite Christmas party. Christmas holidays with home-goings and home-comings. JANUARY Everyone troops back, having made the reso- lution to "study harder the coming year." Showing plenty of easy-scoring power, the Apaches hand Stephen F. Austin a 38-30 beating. Apaches win their first conference opener. They defeat Lon Morris Bearcats, 25-21. -26. lixams are here. Two lpundred and forty-eight students reg- ister for another semester of hard work. FEBRUARY .Mr. Hodges addresses the students in as- sembly. .Carl Sandburg, recognized as one of the major poets of our time, speaks tonight on Hllyacinths and Biscuits." Miss Patricia Hankerson, vice-president and social chairman of VV. A. A., entertains with a spaghetti supper and picture show party. Phi Theta Kappa gives initiation to fifteen new members. The editor is calling for this Calendar to send to the press, but the tom-tom is still heard, for the speech department is off for Durant, and the basketball team is heading for the State Championship. ,- CDVQQANIZAWCDNS .!, .f --M . , SOPHCMCDRE COUNCIL GRGUP DUN XVu0n ..... . . IEIJNA EARLE EPPERSON . . 1x1AR'I'1i A SL' E GAssAwAx' Miss .AITLENE l-BRANUENBERG PATSY BIACKXYEEITI. IVIARSIIAIJ. VINHEIJFORII P.-XL'I, REyN0I,ns NI,-XRKICI-lRl'l'E HENSITI-Il-I A. J. SMYIII JULES C'oNsTAN'1xN NIARX IIELEN INICKETAA' JL'l,xAN N1.XRlJOCK SAM IITLI, LARUE NEXVTON 'INANNFR PFRIIVE A f NRm'Row DANIEL BOST DUN VVOOD JOHN BURNS SKUND Row DOROTHY Toon XVILLIAM HARVEY TEummRow JANE VTHEDFORD v Blu. INEI'lI.l-.S PUURTH Row FRANCES NERREN IQININ MCGOWAN Eg, '55 ',S3f' A ,Bt- Q. sa Xi b 'v fl ID: A ian, :LJ :S--J Gag! 3 D Q 'l Ax, if 1 A , b 91 ' Q K, ef A , ,W v ,4 Q1 .1 1 J f X Af rfnl 'Wd' wan. 'on Y is --5 'i -Q ' ,,, J .T- '-:'f T 13. 3- 5 Y 9' 'W ,T nf' f . L1 an 5' ,1 , 1? ' Nr if 01 ' l34l . . , . Prfsidfnt . Ivift'-Pft'5idl'Ilf . S1'U'z'fary HERBERT HAM LEROY SMITH Mlss MARY HENDERSON STANLEY J. SCOTT 'JAMES PATE CAROL LIGGETT MARY Ix.0UxsE CAS'IAl.E N1L'RRAY JOYCE MART JANE IIAEE N1AR'lH.X SUE QTASS.-HYAY PARK '1'L'NNE1.1. IEDNA EARLE ICPEERSON A Q on I ' ' an Q L9 ,' If -5- ' v T A L Q E ,, A 1 f , ' 1.1, " af., ' i ff N l -1. 'v' , K ,sir N' ":' T,-3255335 4 E- A M ' " uf X ,L ' 2 U4 - an 8 9 X L .1 4 - - 'wr sv K 'il Q -Ds. ,QC , fs fi? A-'fl x N Ng T V QQJ R. s i A if .Jw 49 l 1, an ,J za .Q f f, 5 Q 1 :J - vo W ""' ' ' "' 2 ""' s- , '3' 4 '1' ' X, urn- ig PT .fl P ' 9 S fl -an K , 2 Us . 'lf 'Q K 1 f.,. .,, -A V' "f"" Q.. ou... X4 , 1' - y- 2 A. 4: ' 'Q I at W ,, QW' 913-,I '33 r,-Ya. v,"""' la-s:.'p W, 'A '- 3 .L -.f , , X 5 X ' J if 1' .. "5 I Sri ELVIN MCGOWAN . . .... l'rr.vidI-nl Ni.-XRY JANE HALS . . 1'in'-Prvsirlnzt PA UL XVATI S . - . - . .N'4'1'r1'11Iry MR. H, JENKINS . . Sponsor fl.-XRRISON BEAIRII MARY JANE HALS PAUL XVATTS OSCAR KEI,I,ER AI.BER'I' SCIILIEMAN GERALIIINE SANDERS FIRST Row JOIIN BURNS SECOND Row ELVIN MCGOWAN THIRD Row LEON LURENEILI. SAM BAILEY MR. JENKINS NIARY LEVVIS PARK VIQIINNELL XVIII! UN FAIR ARGYLE 'fUCKI-IR The Law Club is fundrimentzllly compmed of StudentS who :Ire interested in the legal pro- fession, but thiS year tbowe Students who are majoring in buSineSS zidmiiiistrzitinn were invited to become members. The Club has held programs concerning the nature Of the legal prOfeSSiOn and the prepalrzltinn required for it. Speakers of note who are judges and practicing attOrneyS have addressed the meetings. One of the most efficiently performed functions of the Law Club is keeping the FngineerS properly in line. liil I if: POW-WOW STAFF DON WOOD BILL NETTLES Editor Manager FIRST Row BR.-'HH XVIIHE . lNlARY HELEN lY1CKI'Ql.X'X' GLADYS GUILD FRANCES NERRH l5ORfl'lllY Tonn Blu, B.-xn,Ex' SECOND Row IQININ Iklciifnxpxx IIORAQE lN1L'KINNEX' O N. COLE, JR. PATRICIA lirXNKIiRSON HORACE PENN THIRU Row MR. Pus'r0N A. bl. SMITH -lLl.l.X?x lxl.XRlJOCK MR. flENllERSON Ihe l,0"ZL"I!'0QL' Staff of the Tyler junior College has mnfle :1 laudable crmtrihntinn to the tnmlent life of the college lm' the past year. 'I'l1iN is the first year since 1932 that the PIIFLL'-,I'0f'LL' N been pnlwlislmeal, anal for this Neawn, :ns well as for many otherx, this staff deserves the heartiest Congratulations from all. ml l36l ENGINEERS' CLUB DANIEL BOST . . . ,... Przyidrnt OoEI.1. MYERS . . . . I'irf-Pfwidwzt GEORGE RENEAU . . . . . Svrrrlary MR. E. A. LAWYER . , Sponsor BILL TURK BII.I.Y JIM STROUD LOUIE BARRON SAM HUEY VIRCIL KERSCH JAMES T0MI,IN JOHN KRAITIGER XATELDON PEACOCK PICK!-INS PINKERTON FIRST Row BILL NE'I"I'l.ES PIERBERT HAM MLVRRAH' JOYCE SECOND Row A. J. SMI1-II DICK DAVIS JACK INGRAM THIRD Row TANNER PEROUE JULIAN MARIJOCK GUY DENTON MR. LAXYVER GEORGE RENEAU RENNIS STEGER BYRON Kll,P.X'liRICK O. N. COLE, JR. OnEI.I. MYERS ITANIEI, HOST liEORCE MCMII.I.IxN CSLYNN l'v'lCCI.HI,l.AN fiORDON CAMPBELL The Engineers' Club Of Tyler Junior College was organized by Mr. E, A. Lawyer to promote a feeling of good-fellowship among the engineering students aIId to acquaint them with the various aspects of the fields of engineering. During the year, the Club participated not only in school activities but also in establishing a friendship between the school and various engineering lirms by trips of inspection. This year the Club inspected a radio station, a photo copy company, an iron foundry, illl electric power plant, and an oil refinery. In the only intramural football game, the Engineers maintained their supremacy by a victory over the Pre-Laws with a score of 7-6. E371 f I , '06 44 X x. ,hge 'C A a Q 5, 3, 5, 'Rang-, QU 'N k',. , - , N.. .va 5 - V f. Wav N-A fx. I, C L I !- A 'C , .' ,- Q, 1- JE fir . '--' A f r ' , . ' 3 Q ss aa . Q F -3 A Q. Q .ap .1 , 1, . 'K 'J ... 3' f " ' W' af M Q, - "2 -ll .,. 7 493 -Y - - . 4 XJ' X, .3 , 'sg 'cf '- 1' Y VA l J 15. .601 ,iwihjvg A, Q 27 'Qt 1 ng-xxx, G 'WC '.-""f? va A-9 r,.gt5N 4-Sv' .14 fy ' .1 'N J f -5- Q : A ,Yi , ,V C J- u 'X A I A ' 'Qi 8 ' "2 X ,a.?..',n If-ar-T! IA., ag. gal, lm Q Rot 'Z' .,. .1 ' Lgf ,fn , -5- 1 J- -X -3- 455 .gl N fx - J 3 Lf - ' 1 PARK '1'L'NNr:l,lY . . . . . 1'rr,cid1'rz1 MAR'm.x SCE CEASS.-KVVAY .... Rrportwr P.Yl'RlCl,X IIANRHRSUN . . l'iw-1'rr.vidnzr FRANCES NERREN , . . Sofia! Chairman P.Y1sY BI,.xCRxw11,1 ....,... S 'rfrriary BYRON KILPATRICK . . Program Chairman Miss Rum RUCKER ...... Sponsor First Row MORRIS D.xN1r:1,s MAXINE NICQJOVVAN PARK FFUNNELL DON VVuon EDNA E.xRI,re IEPPERSON PA'1'R1Cm HY-XNKERSON JAMES I"FRRlsr,l, OSCAR KELLER P,Y1CsY BLACKVVELL Miss RL"m RUCKER Sammi Rau' Ni.-XR'l'IIA SCE G.xs5,m'.n Blu, NE'r'1'r.Es Mx'rCr1EI.x. l'Nxs SAM IIlI.I. O. N. COLE, JR. A. J. SMITH DOR0'IuY f'R.UK'FORlJ M ARY I,IiX'K'IS ARf:Y1.r3 'PICKER A PAU, XV.Y1'ls Onan. IVIYERS LERUY SMYH1 C.X'lIlliRlNli CMN IEr,v1N NICCJOWAN Jo11N BURNS Third Rau' Nl,-XRI.-KN P,xRR1s PACI. REYNOLDS I.oL'1sE VVOMACR Fourth Row D0R0'I'11Y Tom: JOYCE L.xNC.xs'1r:R LEON LL'RreNnu.l, IBM! Sox, Roos1'H FRANCES NERREN S'r,xNr,EY J. SCOTI' CQERALDINE SANDERS VIRGH, Kmn BYRON KlI.PA'I'RICK MARGARET XVALKER 3 . Las llascaras, the oldest organization in Tyler junior College, has three main purposes: first, to foster an interest in dramatics: second, to train students in various phases of acting and the theatre: third, to promote good fellowship among the members. The club programs this year have been unusual and interesting: the entire membership has been divided into groups, with each member appearing on at least two programs. The outstanding productions for 1936-1037 were "Light," "The XVhipper- enappersf' and "XVings of the Klorningf' Following are the names of those members of the club whose pictures do not appear on the preceding page. Lois BARNES Jox BET11 S11E1.'1'oN DoRoT11r VVlI,l.I.XMSON IQATH Rvx Cave NELLE BR,xns11.txw MELRENA Es'1'Es Granvs Guru B11.1, BA11.Ev H11.1.1E jo RENFRO Lao BRADSIIAXX' RAS L f ' . 4 4 A - Ross Cnriwoon SAM Hcrzv Maki' JANE H.'x1,s Dokoiur S'liL"IEVII,l.Ii Homer: Pizxx UB " A A g ' Q, -P -A A A 4 4 gt ,- 111 M' 1 - 4 If 3 l39l 1 I as ' vylsh .315 if --5' fi Y WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION To prevent college life from enveloping the student in an atmosphere of per- petual routine, the girls in Tyler Junior College have established a Women's Ath- letic Association to provide recreational activities. The major purpose of the organzation is to encourage athletic development as a means of promoting skill in sports. Among other objectives outlined and achieved are better opportunities for social entertainments, for the cultivation of a spirit of fellowship through play, and for the promotion of health through participation in wholesome outdoor activities. The association has several divisions caring for the particular interests of the members. This year there are two groups, organized as independent clubs, which constitute the general organization. These groups are composed of those girls interested in hiking and tennis. The Atta Kulla, Kullas, the hikers, meet each Monday and take brief excursions into nearby rural districts which frequently culminate in parties or picnics. The tennis club, drawing its membership from the Hve classes in tennis, has proved one of the most popular organizations on the campus this season. Melba Willis, an ex-student who achieved distinction by her expert playing, is instructor for the classes. The climax of the year's activities is reached when the points attained by the girls are considered for the purpose of awarding the coveted W. A. A. scholarship given annually by Miss Mary Henderson, sponsor of the organization. In order to qualify for the scholarship, a student must not only receive the largest number of points, but must exhibit certain desirable qualities of character, such as a con- structive attitude and dependability. She must also maintain a reasonable scholastic rating. Another highlight of the year's program is the state convention to which dele- gates from the Tyler club are sent. The meeting was held this year in Fort Worth on the T. C. U. campus, and the delegates were Mary Louise Castle, Jon Beth Shelton, and Maxine McGowan. The Tyler girls were cordially received as the only representatives from a municipal junior college and were requested to entertain the state meeting in the near future. Officers in the W..A. A. are: Mary Louise Castle, president, Patricia Hankerson, vice-president, Billy Jo Renfro, secretary, Louise Campbell, treasurer, Jon Beth Shelton, publicity manager, Margaret Walker, tennis manager, Mary Jane Hals, hiking manager, Maxine McGowan, health month monitor, Betty Montgomery, scrapbook keeper, Frances Nerren, lounge hostess, Jane Thedford, Girls' Forum representative, and Miss Mary Henderson, faculty sponsor. T401 V., K' ...a...-8: 6 0 Ya QE U I 1 .qua 7551111 H? 4 ,ff . I 1 I-411 jg"""' 'f'QlT"'J ' ,,.., 13' A, 21 Q31 Mui I'ir.vf Runs: Sxm lim rx, I..xRL 1- Nrxsmx, AIBERI SCllI,IEM.XN, Bu.l,x' jo Rxxlfko, PAN. XV.-xT1S, 'xr IXIclimx,xx. DEBATE CLUB .N'fff,11AI leflill' Umm NINFRS, Lmx l.L'm:xn11,l., U. N. Umm, jk., LOUISE VVUMA-wx, Miss RU'1rI Rrckrk, tmmrzr Run. PHITHETA KAPPA l'll.Nl linac: I,.xR1 I4 Nuxmx, Uxxur, 1.11pm-211. .N',wf11.l Ill,-:cp jun- 'l'mmmm, S,w wfury.- VVlI,Il,XM llAxkx'1ax', l'rryiJr11l,' NLXRY Lousu CASTLE, 'I'rffmm'r,' Mm IXIn11krn llmwll, Sfwzpmr. yifllftl lffficf l'1IlN.X IQXRIIA I'iI'I'l'RSHN, 1'irf'-l'rf5iJ1'11l. as E5 gifs. H fx 35 .x 4.. --gxr, 2 E411 '42 A- .. qi, , D- 'H 355 "J ' 'w K 71: I In----I L RR ' ' II , 6' .5 Ak ,Qui MISS HOWELL'S COUNCIL GROUP First Row: LEEORCIZ IYICIVIII.I,AN, Umms Gunn, LIIIRISIINE Vox, MAXINIA: INIL'KIllXY.AN, IXIARFIORII' FERRELL, NIP-II,RIiN.-A FS'IIIiS, INIARC.-XRIi'l IIHNLEY. Svmml Rofw: OSCAR KELLPIR, BILL 'I'L'RR, NELLR IQRAIJSIIAXS, 1,015 BARNES, SARA Bhss BHARU, KA'1'1lRx'N CAVE. Tlll7'ci Roan: JAMES FPQRRELI., SAM Iiwzv, LEON LuRRNBu,I.. THE GIRLS' FORUM OF TYLER Fi:-51 Rau-.' INIARIAN PARRIS, KA'1'm.EHN Ifusclc, IVIARY I'I.XRI.Ii Ibwu, V1Rf:1w1A I'u1mAw, Iilmsr, INIL'PII.XII,, INIARY ,IANI-1 lIARRr3I,l,, HIiI.IfN IIL'I7N.XI,I,, JOYCE I,AxcAs'lr1R. Srmml Roma: Br3'1"1A' VVULVE, CAROL I,1r:c:lf'l'1', JANE 'IIIIIiIlFURII, SARAH LH: VVrlI,IDIiR'I, Miss Amin' Ilrlixlmmsox, ICIJNA R.-XRI,Ii ICI-PERSON, FR.-XNCES Rrmnnmsox, FRANCES Iiuuwx. 111,111 111 lil I li' 49 I43I 'Q their vveeltlv ratlio apppearance has increased the appeal of the college broadcasts lh ,. :sm ,WMT, aim il . ' -w ' fi -- .f-mu Za -"""" Tr .-1 eQK,4,2:E?i 5 Tj, . x ff 3? -ff-322: 'wif' , 'ftgix W COLLEGE OUARTET Mukw Uni-ii Ninas, liim Hxkox Kilixxikicic, Ifirst Tmmr Srmizfl Rott' Siixxi ful Skllll, Iimifuflr Moiuus I7.xN1l1l,5, Sffllllcf Tfnvr NIR. Iluuu I'.xRsn.u,i,, llirwrtvr For the lirst time in its history the .lunior College possessetl a male quartet which night a new glory' to the campus by elevating college spirit to the heights of song. The talent the memhers have exhihitetl has matle them a popular attraction for numerous public performances, where they have been enthusiastically reeeivetlg and vartl except the promotion of school interests. They have vvon a cleservetl atlmira on :intl esteem from the entire student hotly. l44l v have given their time and talent with unusual gracelulness, with no thought ol THE TOTEM POLE TALES 117111111 that 1111131 Azcifh h1'r l'.X'fIllll'X loughf' 1111111 the Swzior 4Jf7Il11lt' fvi1'r1'1'11 fllllyllf' 111111 11r11y1z1'11 l"l'f'l'j' 111'-111111 Uf mfvry Ollllfl' that is 511111, 1117 1c'1'11111'5 hix 'ZL'llj'f' fi11 111' ix 'lC'l'1'K'l,, Ifis holy, hlisful 11if11on112 for fo s1'1f'1'. 0 SENIOR APACHE'S PROLOGUE The Sf'Ni0I' ,1j1111'111', 1lI'f'XXl7ll in 111111113 Sl'l'iI1f'X jvro111y along 'zvifh his sho1111'rx !lllt'h'F, Ilis 116711 116111 f111 hi in rhf shy lfith tha Iongv 11155631 111111g1i1z Il 11111111 in his ryr. 0 SENIOR APACHE'S TALE Ther ZLYZIZ foolish f'l't'.VllllIlUl 'zvziz Uvho hfjr the l'1Il3'Xf' in izmzz longv IIIIZZ. Ulm 1111i 11f1'1'r 111' lllI1l1F 11 quijv, Uvhnn flu' 1'1'111'h1'r ffitnlf his mziifs to nipfv, She flSh'l'11 him .volimthilzg u'11i1'h hr 111'-za' flIl!l.1'1lt't'b 7 7 1111115110 fizzixlzml 111111 5111 "A o-zc' 'ZC'llllf'A' fhvl, 11111111 Ifhifr 1fzf1'1'y -101211 p11zz11'11 far no 'ZCIUI zzvzci, 1111 thought II 'zc'hi11' 111111 S111 "Goo, Goo." -CARUI, 1111111 E451 Firxf Rom: 1.1'c Ncwc1111111, 11111':11'1' P11tt1Ar, 'l'. 1., Gillcy, 1V1Ill'l'1S SZ111'11:0l'fl, Villl Sz1mf111'11. W1111111 Rrfac: 1.111111 High, ii11111'g1' Rc11e:111, Milwn XVl1it11, 1,t'lll11l!'L1 C'111111z11lz1y, '1'h111nz1s Sikcs, 1111111111 11111 1111 Nlr Xvillillll XVIIK1 C1 llll -'1s,.. 1 1',11'. Tllizuf Roar: Pill Nlurphy, Rm Pike, Ifuyts Burkett, Ivey B1'11w11111g, U. 'If St11g11c1'. SCHEDULE OF GAMES 1-1 . , 25, 1.1111 Mwrrix 111 , . - 39, Kilgllfl' . . lsr . . . 23, 1,1111 1N'1111'ris ler . . . 33g -I111'ks1111vill1' I1-r . . - 3.1, Kilgnre. . 111 . . . 313 1,1111 1N1111'1'is l1'1' . - - :Kg Vl:11'kN1111x'ille l1'r , . . 39, Kilgore. , lor . . . 41, j111'kN1111x'ilI1' lcr . . ,.15g Kilgure . 1111- . . 5113 1,1111 Morris I1'r . . 211, ,1llC1xN0IlV111K' 11'1' . . - 34jQ Paris . . l1'1' . . .103 Paris . . lvr - 335 1.1111 Murrls l1'1' , A 331 1.1111 Morris l1'1' . . , 5111 Lllllllll' . 1l'l' . . . +75 Texas 1.11111 vr . , - 40, 1,1111 1Nf11m1'r1s Iur . . . 431 S1'l11'e111s1' 1461 15:1 ptixt Hlll1I1N1 Baptist Baptist t'l'Il1l . 21 23 2+ 2+ 33 2+ 25 2+ 25 27 33 .12 35 31 3I 23 31 36 31 39 The Tyler junior College Apaches ended a very triumphant season hy sweeping through the State Tournament, winning all four games and he- coming the 1938 State Champions of Texas. To become the undisputed representatives of district one the Apaches had won all of the district play- off games. Captain Gilley, with his steady floor worlc and cool handling of the hall, was an able leader. Two members were chosen for the All-State team: G. T. Stagner as guard and Van Samford, who led the district in the points scored, as center. The winning of the State Championship successfully closed the first season as college coach for William Ward, an ex-Apache. First RYIQLZ' Lee Newconih, llorncc Potter, T. I.. Ciiley, Morris Sqnnford, Yun Szirnfortl. SITOIIJ Rofw: johnny Gibson, Milson XVl1ite, I.t'1llllll'Ll Cklllllllilllf, G, 'If Stxlgmlr, PAC!-IE , T , G- ' I . x ! Jw U STANLEY J. SCOTT LEON LUKENBILL Editor-in-Chief Business Manager To those teachers and students who contributed their time and eliorts, the editor and manager wish to extend sincere thanks for their assistance in the publication of this book. Especially to the business men of Tyler do we express our appreciation for their splendid cooperation in making this book a financial success. i481 AFP BYRUN K11,P,xTR1cK CARUI, LIGGETT .'15.visIanI Izlfitor 1'wI'tlllU'l'5 PARK r11l'NNEI.I. f,I'!fIllli,?llli0lI5 PATRICIA HA-XNKERSCDN f3IJEI.I, RIYERS Uryullizzlfiulzx ,lxxiylulll lflljillfjj .Ummgfrr IXIARY HSTES KIRIFI-'IN Typm -Im'CE LANCASTER XIISS EALLIZNE BR.XNlJlZNRL'RG Calfndar Spunsur MR. H. E. JENKINS Spa IIXIII' DoN XVUUD FRNNQES NIERREN ,lllzlrliff Szzupxfzofx ld .R Q6 1 'K Q' f.",i..,. U1 RmaERT HENRY Snupxlmfs li.-XTHRYN CAVE NEL1. SMITH Typisz ,Elrr lb gi' 1 K-,, x 'f X f fm.h11S xi -. A , lm A ..,, .au at 11,5 M- Mar Sm, .43 , 'fi . ,yi '28 Q . 5 Nts- in l49J Since the Federal Institute was founded on June 4, 1934, more than 350 graduates of the Tyler High School and Tyler Junior College have enrolled with us. We are not only proud of the fact that our own home town young people prefer Federal, but we are glad that we are also able to attract other fine young people, with excellent scholarship and high morals, to our school. We congratulate the class of 1938 and wish each member every measure of success possible. FEDERAL INSTITUTE Tyler's Most Modern and Progressive School of Business PHONE 882 410 SOUTH BROADWAY CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK . h. i L I fi' X 'I ii Ak , . .l tl. i?E'5"":f'44 ' , I K .V 'T'i'g'ITg?'i'I 2? If H'efQi'.Js'J", "K I ' -3, ' , - H 1'5" 'I -ff!! ily.-' 1 I. . ,' i'f"ie N g .,, V .,f,, I gL,',E:Q gig' I "" ., ' y 4:11 133:18 .wig my egg 6, . X X . I Z5 gill lad-ll Eu ,ig-gl-' hi- i':.i ' 5 , I QL ! I gi' off? :MII 'Bldg 1:iII'r:EI Eitgxw-1 517: 1 , Wu- ng' Z- 'u 'gg 52, -git 2:1 im I f I wtf. I I " li-j MAYU, 5 - u.21x IRL: jr nv: ' 1 H..-41 , Q JU! " 12 I I we an be at unaware I Q ss f- e an M ' "M I s-- - X ' MII - A , I , , wp I I, .II I , I - I I I ii 9 'fir RI I - is-' K -' Q E - " 9 A Ma, ' i "-" ' . .,, ,,,, W V gf "' ?:l - -- Q., E ' 'iff-2 Yi -fT"""'2"g.g.. A " CC 11 The N ew MAYER Eg? SCHMIDT Tyler, Texas Established 1 899 DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY GIFTS PRATT JEWELRY COMPANY East Texas, Leading Jewelers EXPERT WATCH-JEWELRY REPAIRING Phone 3230 Tyler, Texas Compliments of mmllllinwmx of IDEAL BAKING Co. ,HIHKTDIKE FUNERAL,fjffffE HALE-RUSSELL AMERICEESI IiQAliI1:lDRY, Inc. MEN,S WEAR ?0'Q llisq-omni Cnsh x11:lFt'xxrr3 Tyler, Texas NI t 1 Ive-nie-nt Vurh Se-rvive in tl 1 K Fmnpliments of SAMPSON'S, Inc. "MENS WEAR" Woodland Sporting Goods Co. "It Pays to Play" Home of Hollywood Clothes U4 S. Cullegx- 'l'3lvr, 'rn- TYLER GAS SERVICE C0 Tyler House Furnishing Co. Your Service Institution FURNITURE, FLOOR COVERINGS I "Your Home Should Come F.'r5l" -000 T Pham- 275 , D ! f'0llllllllllQ'lllN uf 0 Q 7711! HOOKER CHEVROLET co. fe' -TTQTX -'fb L, CQ? 517 West Erwin FISHBURNT Master Cleaners and Dyers 109 Broadway Phone 3400 Boren Abstract Co. PAUL B. scoTT, Mgr. TYLER, TEXAS Phone 2 1 6 GRADY'S BICYCLE STORE COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Bicycles, Fishing Tackle, Locks and Keys HIT N. BRUAIDYYAY S1-Imol Supplies Uflive Sllplfies MRS. LEE'S BEAUTY SALON KORTMAN'S BOOK STORE , Serving the Students of Tyler "Look Your Best-It Costs So Little" - f'0ll4'f-KP IUNI l'll5H'l'NiU PINIIN' 444 Il' N. Iirozulwzlg l'lumo Q08 HOME ICE COMPANY City Delivery Better Drug Store Service NEIL-SIMPSON DRUGS l'IlUlll"5 2600-72601 ll KH I I I 18 '0 S. Iiroaulwap Tyler, 'I TEXAS MOTOR SALES 608 SERVICE STATION Oldsmobile, Cadillac 2-Ind LaSalle 24 Hour Complete One-Stop Service llnmp 472-3 601 IC. li ' N. lirmulwup ut Lui-us! EDWARD'S STUDIO SES HAYNES CLEANERS 609 Citizens Bank Bldg. Ses and Joe Phone 1824 4 8 1'ulIc-uv Plum 8 COMPLIMENTS CCMPLIMENTS OF OF GASTON BUICK CO. "Better Buy Buiclzn DICKASON-GIRARD "East Texas' Finest Jewelers" TYLER, TEXAS Our faith in the new rose, TEXAS CENTEN- NIAL, has been fully justified by the award of THE AMERICAN ROSE SOCIETY'S GOLD MEDAL CERTIFICATE Th s award was based on a two- ear test of the Y plants in the International Rose Test Garden Portland, Oregon. TEXAS CENTENNIAL was given 92 points, the highest accorded any of the 142 new DIXIE ROSE NURSERY 1'ungI':IhIIIlIiolIs I-I 86 V GRILL CAP HARRIS JIM VRATIS BAI..LARD'S BLACKSTONE PHARMACY 303 N. Broadway Phone 4601 W. I. CAMERON CAFETERIA "A Trayful for a Triflen Nlntroducers of the Texas Cenfen11ial ROSQH Unnplilnezuts of VAUGHN SWEET SHOP v Phone 3304 VISIT OUR PACKING HOUSE BASKIN 35 ALEXANDER 614 E. Valentine Tyler, Texas Open Dag Iuul Nite-N'r4-4-lu-r Si-rvii-:A GOODYEAR TIRES AND BATTERIES IIIIOIN' 298-llll 2I!0 S. ISFUZIIIXXIIA SOUTHERN ICE CO., Inc. SOUTHERNii2:lE2EAMERIES The Tyler Commercial College and its fac- ,-,,,,,,,, ,,,,-934 MM, .nm ulty are proud of Tylers wonderful public school system. Its superintendent, its prin- E. H. 53 A. DAVIS Reliable Clothiers SWANN FURNITURE CO. "Your Credit Is Goodi' TIUIIIIDIIIIIPIITS uf CRIM MOTOR COMPANY PONTIAC llel S. lsrmulway l'umpIinwnts uf HIGH SCHOOL PHARMACY WV. R. CIIITXYOINI, Prop. Tblff- TPNU cipals, and its teachers are better than the best. just as you strive to equip your students for advanced training, we strive to equip our students for the better business positions. We salute both the Tyler High School and the Tyler Junior College. When a business course is contemplated, in- vestigate our school, its courses, faculty, and equipment. TYLER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TYLER, TEXAS Caldwell, Hughes, Delay and Allen DEPARTMENT STORE YV "Everything for Young People" MANY THANKS For the opportunity of serving a official photographer for the Alcalde and the Apache of 1938. THE BRADLEY STUDIO "20 Years in Tyler" SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND SPORTING GOODS YV R. E. BRYAN. Inc. COMPLIMENTS OF BABBLIN' BROOK DAIRIES WEBER'S ROOT BEER C0mp,ime,,ts0f Steaks and Sandwiches The Crescent Laundry CLAUDE CROCKETT, Propri I"f0'P0'a'ed WADEL-CONNALLY You'll enjoy HARDWARE COMPANY ROOSTH'S FINE BREAD Longview Tyler Palestine At Your Grocer H04 , Nl'l'2Nl'l'I. l'r4-s. and 'l'rc':xs. IXZUN J. IDANIICI., xY11'Q"l'I'PN.2llHl Fvrj. N. A. LINDSAY, D S. KY. l,l'l"I'l.l'IJOHN, Direi GULF STATE LUMBER COMPANY LumherfHardware-paint-Wall paper All Kinds o Phone 3711-3712 f Building Material P. O. Box 869 TYLER TEXAS S CONGRATULATIONS '3 8 SEN IORS ROSEMONT NURSERIES A. L. THOMPSON, Owner A W e Mak 6 YOUR HEADQUARTERS Hyouire Always Welcomeii Snmlwirlws Nmlas Unnplinients of FIFER'S PHARMACY FRY AND SONS 3l0 S. Iiruaihuu l'lmne 4818 D,ug,..p,e,criptg0,,s "Tyler's Smartest Store for Men" Eisen's French Market and Delicatessen Bois 1l'Ar4- and Lovu-.t "lf lik ICiwen's, lt's Gum!" Nh- llelivvr l'honi- 3486-3187 PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK If we had had a friend, what do you suppose he would have put in this space? Uunpliinents of JUDGE, The Florist 1215 S. Broadway Phone 3333 TYLER STATE BANK AND TRUST CO. f'mnpIilm-nts LIGHT CRUST BREAD S. 86 W. Baking Co. Congratulations '38 Seniors I-I. D. HALL COMPANY TIRES Miss Williams: This exam will be conducted on the honor system. Please take seats three apart in alternate rows. Ruthie: No, we mustn't! Don't you know that the faculty members have decided to stop necking? james: Aw, heck! Next thing you know, they'll be wanting the students to stop too. 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Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX) online yearbook collection, 1937 Edition, Page 1

1937

Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX) online yearbook collection, 1939 Edition, Page 1

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Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

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Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX) online yearbook collection, 1942 Edition, Page 1

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