Tyler Junior College - Apache Yearbook (Tyler, TX)

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IVJUCIQ L,UQrP H Tyler Junior College 1 I Alumni Association WWA KWH? awww!! VAUGHN LIBRARY s. LHC -4 v 4 - ,f" ' I -'3""'44 " ' ?' 'Q - o 'UVM ,vviul ,J'7T , 4- 1 - -a A "ZH Q DEDICATHON it In these times of crises, the people of the United States are called upon to stand a test of courage and stamina. The national government is asking every person to cooperate in combatting the menace to democracy. The responsibilities of a democratic country are truly realized by those who have friends and lovedfones who are now in the government service. As a tribute to those from our midst who have been called to help protect and preserve our nation, the editors and staff of the Apache dedicate this annual: TANNER W. PERDUE JOHN FRANKLIN KNIGHT JAMES HARRISON PATE BERMAN SHIELDS GORDON RILEY RAYMOND COOK THOMAS LOWRY GEORGE MCMILLIAN LEO BRADSHAW RICHARD BRYARLY BRUCE FEDER RANDALL BOULTER MELVIN CRAWFORD JULES CONSTANTINE QDELL Ma'ERs PAUL HILL DILLARD TOMLIN JOHN CLARK LUsK LEILAND CASEY BYRON KILPATRICK Vg i+?f' f r 1 rl-. , -,- . ' -. .L "-'-'N . . , lo ' ' " ' ' situ , ', x "uv s' ' 6.1. ti. .a V I I - n u x Y' ' 'Hp D "'Q ' f -' +ve' fi . ' 4 L ' , .rw "M 'Q l.5f'::3, xi' 9: .'.9'9' 3 '. - 3- I 1 . -. ,: .9 ' 4 ::? ,, A , iff, ? - . , ' ., I - ar- , 11 ,Jen . .1 . 0 M593 5 yi , vp 1 ' 1 - 14 'A o 3 - -sin QTJ 1 .- - b1E'! A Q . ' , , il 2 'M is t A ,' 1-,gf ' ,- L., -E? Q N , ty . LE!! J, dx Y , rl. v- .rf - I' r 3 . -. , , ? ' . , .' -H 9 '. 'Qi ' .1 Ur 0' 1. ',,. v' 'Q .b' .' 00 O' VH 41 . 6 " n . , 4 Q, vo ,V fs x H mmm! 01' Y A-I IE APACC E for 1911111 AN N UAL PUBLICATION OF TYLER JUNIOR CQLLEGE C TYLER, TEXAS COPYRIGHT 1941 C DouoT HY IAN E LINDSAY E. P. RICHARDS Editors Mlss ALLEN E BRANDEN BURC Miz. E. A. LAWVER Sponsors THE CCGHUUEGJE 4 Q- ' ' nn, . 'af .Q fvf...-,4.,., 5 ' -f .. 1 ' I f ' mpg, ,-. N .nn have f..,, el 2 W My ,Mist -04.1.-4,..,. 1 mem 4 l . Q Q" """' ' ' I I I M.. , N... .ww -f.. . Q., filfl-q.,,,, , 2 4 'W " wr-lawhp 'qle,A,a nd "'49"' ' naw U4 in P!! 7 can 'Q 'ibm Apache Reservation - Tyler Junior College ADMINISTRATIVE UIFIFICCIERS J. M. HODGES, President H. E. JENKINS Dean 'A' M. A., University of Missouri M. A., University of Missouri Miss MARY HENDERSON Dean of Womeri M. A., University of Texas Miss LUCIA DOUGLAS Registrar M. A., University of Texas Y'-"" 1. Z H ...,. .... . 435: FACULTY ir GEORGE A. BLITCH-Vocational .Education M. A., University of Texas ALLENE BRANDENBURG-.English M. A., Peabody College ELIZABETH BRYARLY-E71gliSll M. A., University Of Texas ALICE DOUGLAS-ClOfl1i71g M. A., Columbia University LUCIA DOUGLAS-RCgiSfTdT M. A., University of Texas WALTER S. CLENNEYsSl1op B. S., A. E3 M. College of Texas ADELE HENDERsONFHistoi'y M. A., University Of Texas I. C. HENDERSON-BiOlOgy and Chemistry M. A., University Of California MILDRED HOWELL-Fieiicli and Spanish M. A., University of Missouri GEORGIA COOPE1. JON ES-GOUCT71H1C71f M. A., University of Texas FACULTY i' E. A. LAWVER-E71gi716CTi71g-DTdwi71g M. S., Colorado State College DALE W. PATTON-MtLSiC B. E., State Teachers College, St. Cloud, Minn. B. M., Northwestern University INA RCBERTS-LibTdTid71 B. A., University of Texas B. S., Peabody College PEARL RoBERTsoN-Education and Psychology M. A., University of Texas RUTH RUCKER-Public Speaking M. A., Northwestern University R. E. SMOTHERS-Commerce and Business Administration M. A., Colorado State College of Education ELSIE SMoTHERs-Art M. A., Colorado State College of Education MILDRED B. STRINGER-Physical Education B. S., East Texas State Teachers College MARY D. WALKER-FOOdS M. A., Columbia University WILLIAM WARD-Athletics B. S., North Texas State Teachers College MABEL WILLIAMS-Mdfh6mdfiCS and Physics M. A., University of Texas I, Wim . fglfifmf . if Y Y 2 j gr. . Q 447 ' w ,P rpg ,wc .N,..,,,,Y,- l . ' 4, H N f . . 1321- vi, -, A , z ' MTW, 'fs A 3. OEETCCERS OE THE STUDENT BODY K in I, PHILIP WLILF-EVicefP1'esidc11t BILLY REILY-+PTC5idC71T DOROTHY JANE LINDSAY-Secretary CLASS OIF 119411 W-A , -.. JAMES BARNES 'fa L f ' MARY JO BASS 'WE f x I BILLY BOUCHER K I. BILLY BRYANT ff ' DONOVAN CAMPBELL , 5 ' C. E. CANNADY X Q9 .-,. .- Q ALDRIS CHEEK 7335 Im, A BERNARD CLAYTON - nf Q, FRANCES CONE M L., ,A 'QL RAYMOND COOK 'WV WWW, LOUISE CREWS ' JOE DEAN 5" MILTON DINGLER NORMA EPPERSON 9' .Q 7 , ,M A 4 ,Q , ' 2 ' , A WWW ' , Ai A I L, Mm VW f , n , A , "A-Q.. Va, 3 Y, 1 YK IA.. 1 ..,., Q MM , . 9 , , IW I WX Q 'f ml: Q A . V 1 ' . if A I JOY EVANS JW, V ,fd 7, FRANCES FARMER QQ M ,A - Q fx 1' wr, BUDDY FERRELL Aj 'NJ Q S .f "M-vpn ,ss : .A ,. " -W' '-R 1 -vi XJN 'gy- . .1 4 N , If V W A ,f ' X if nf fm. M " ,. , AL 34 Ar .mn F., I ,Q ' A CLASS OIF 119411 . '- 'V 'I W. M. FITZGERALD 'Mme Q ,., - iw , , ADELLE FLOREY CLAY FORD VICTOR FRY LAURA LOUISE GLENN GIBSON GRAY G f MRS. MARY LOUISE YARBROUGH 'W L I 'L i new V I X, - 'E' F Ms hw 4 X f'h.fgf"'h Vw if .A ,,, .Mi ,rw ,umm JOYCE HARRELL I MARTHA JOE HAWES ' V MARTHA LYNN HENSLEE 'Lim -' JIMMIE RUTH HERRING I- M" 5 ADRAH JANICE HICKS 355 PAUL HILL "- J' Jam AMES HUTTON J. T. INGRAM RUBY KING .I an if Q I ' 3' as Br L L J y I A7 2 A ' 'I'S DAVID KING HUEEMAN ia l L A r w' Q L f J :.,, 5 1 ,aah Q, ., A l 1 X 5 I K. -- HAROLD LAWL ER CLASS CHF 1194111 BILL LAWRENCE VIRGINIA LYONS I 'E' DOROTHY JANE LINDSAY L' A 4""'m, ly? ,jfim CLAUDIA MCCORKLE FULLER 5tijj7 VERNA LEE MCCUTCHIN 31 A 1. 15' , , ERSHIE LEHR 4:3 W, .J 1 -eff- z, 1, .v I 'uw , L ,I C, ,',, , A ff Y, ,,, 2V4 3 VV., BETTY JOE MCKAY ,L I A-ff gi I... QQ, b wi, 12. .. 1 , F JACK MACK . :LV I f -- , ' T I A-If 1 ,, A A ' TALMAGE MAIN A ' A'A L ' 'mmf 9 Y gf? R. L. MAYNE A ' 'L" M-.EQ ' ' W I A 'QW 'V ,J .If Q if P I QW MARCIA MON EYSMITH DEWEY MURPHY KENNETH RASCO 9 4 jk A A :S RUEUS MOORE, JR. A I f .. , I J '-wigf W I A-M-A K -ff ,, 'f-A YL Q., H X i U1 C. QVERALL ..'y3u-1.47" I -N 6 ' ' V ELVIRA PABST L ak A :O 'fri' I A ef! ROBERT RAY K . 'N ff' BILLY REILY 2 M nd , A VN, fwnnn 1 ' We 9 CLASS UF 11941 N P-I M ,gw vm? JOE REYNOLDS s -7 ,IQ ,tk ix ? I w ,S 5 IWW, X E. P. RICHARDS V YM +A-mm Y 7 4 A X 4' ,fin CADER SHELBY A--I 'f M Mb, as dw iz'-Q .mv R F' Aa Q-. .. Q ' an X Q, .V Es 3 ' X. ' Si. T L ,Vfzf -' ,, , . ..,- T I V I " 3 3 QWKMH "TW Sm Y A, PM I '71 TOMMY SMITH DONNA LOUISE SPIVEY VIRGINIA STAMPS DOYLE STEGALL JEANETTE THIGPEN CHARLOTTE THOMPSON FRANCES GEAN THOMPSON JAMES EARL THOMPSON DERRELL TOOKE JAMES TURNER VERNON TURNER ALVIN TYLER EDDIE WASSERMAN MRS. KENNETH WATKINS MELBA JO WATSON CLASS OIF 11914111 ' A - MLIIIELL WATTS fffsv .if X . , -- A ggi ARTHUR WILLIAMS X I A Q 3 LLICILLE WILLIAMS BETTY ANN WOOD I b m f ELOISE WIMBERLY 'MPSF CCL SS U 191112 ELVA ADAMS M. fm 7 HAROLD ALLEN MARX' DEE ALLEN ff? VIRGINIA ALLEN M I M: ., ww gf JOE DEAN BAILES 'A A I , BILL BAILEY BETTY JANE BAKER A I H A f 1 Q' . 1, 1. I. R. BEARD I ,Nik M ORRIb IRDWELL ,X Lx AAII I A 'Nm J . Q? J ,, V! 1 , 0 7 . 1 DAVIS BREWST ER Q Q ,V.L -- I 'ff . 4. '--" ROBERT Q. BRUCE W ' ' ' I fz. 435 FARLAND BUNDY A f.N..yx 1 .1 DOROTHY' NELL CHUMLEX' BUSTER CLARK LOU DAVIDSON ff Mi: 1 IIIV1 1 9 , 8 12' ff Zu , ' "gg '--- , ag ., It , Q Q BGB COLE :IS I . ,L.. 1 4 my MW, "a'V 1 saw " ,.A ." WINIFRED COLLINS ':,' "fi fm V A 4 ROBERT CULWELL CLASS OIF 119412 NIXINE DAVIS MADELINE DICKSON ANDY EDSON MARY ALICE EDSON Y., f"' 91' its. - A7 I R f 'R EDMOND EAGLE 'M' My ' 5 'Ayn I 7 CURTIS EPPERSON LEILAND FERRIER I-:Z 3:-1, gh LOREN FRIEDLANDER IRIS FUTORANSKY , Q. My M4 J K . .arm 4 A5 , M! QL - -. I Q I 'X ,V 3 A A I 2 'df A ' IL F' A-vgz I W I IM, fha HAROLD GARR 'A f 'Q W . ,W 2 f ' ,. " 'V MARION GLASCO P I -' I CURTIS GOLDMAN K 1-,' A , ,- ,A:' MARVANETTE GORDON AIVA THOMAS GORDON "' W , Qqfw A DORRIS GREER , I? - ANN GROTHAUS E H V ,,1: SUE JEAN HALL " 1? , " AN 4' ,,3,, "" , , , . - 4, 4 I ,QR I i W , V .,,. IACK HARDEE AV I. 3 Q' CLASS OIF 1191112 'Z ref an BENTON HARRIS V LEON HAWTHORNE 3 ' : VELYN HICKS A 'K if . L.. ug--, ., L- ev-lm, F x v: I . 1 I LILA RUTH HOLT xp T523 X,,' I 1 :,A,V. V IDIV if EARNEST HOWARD ,g 5 V hx DOROTHY JOHNSTON -- If b M ' BRYCE KENNEDY X ' ' IRENE K1 NX ,IAN I 57" 4' -vw EARL LAWVER TH' xii DORIS LEVINTHAL If 4 Q 'E' VIRGINIA MCCAIN 1' if f i I LAUREL MCCORKLE , EMMA JEAN MCCUTCHINS 1' 'iff' A if S if i:'5V' , ,I MARY JANE MCNAMARA WINI MAIN KATHERINE MANNING BETTY LOU MARKLAND CLASS OIF 11941 CLYDE MASSEY LORENIA MAYER LEON MITCHELL EARLINE MUCKLEROY INA CLAIRE NEIL JOHN PACE JUANITA PATRICK MARIE PHAUP VIRGINIA PINKERTON JEANNE PRICE FLOYD RAY TRUETT RAY MARIE RIVIERE WILEY ROOSTH JAMES RUSHING MARY JANE SATTERFIELD MAURICE SHAHADY RAY SHELTON I AW 1 , ,k AW M 'AA F 4 M ' Wk Q 'W' A , A 4 1 ' 5 1 ff! Ig 5 1 - Nm.. Y A vm, A JF 7 " '?'ieg. I A A awww ., ' as IAM 4 gigfdiay 1 ily Y ' ' ' if . - Va V, : 735m 4 , if A ' if I vw AG. -. w"",zE .,.. fifjgjf' If S i, , f - f 'A if A K .,.f . A - , .. I Lum ' M A fa' A .Sify A Y 3. 'Fil 'n 6 g'J1""v f I A 4 4- -1 "'I L 5 CLASS GIF 1942 ---M A--'-3 A BOBBY SMITH A,-1. -:If ' 1 ' ' ' A 'fs A J if fm :PUR X, 1 ff It A J' my 'liz A A ' A Mw3: -.s' ' ' if I , fi, X R f ' Y . + , .Sf W 4 'nk Aw' .. .V K SKA ill' XI In JS' J . JL w -. M4 79 a , f A - 4, I , 2, ', Rfk 1 55111, J J W I ',,, 31 lf pf! Q . I .3 S3 I ii A if . I -. if 'Q 'X J ,. , it ' A 6.5 , , S A. . 'Rx x J Q4 J 'U 'Q' mi' X ., .K .ef , WM , Q, v I Y ' 3' ,C I E 1 an uytv' , 'G-"'f B4 J: 'L 1 .. gg , .,. Sm, mmm xv 4-,A 1 A HAROLD SMITH JAMES CLARKSTON JERRY TOWLES HAROLD TYLER HATTIE BELL WALKER LESLIE WATERLAND BARBARA WEAVER LEWIS WHISENANT ROLAND WHYTE LAVERNE WILHITE MARIANNA WILSON PHILIP WOLF LOIS VIRGINIA WOOD JOHN YORK JOHN EDWARDS DOROTHY FAY NEEDHAM COLLEGE IFAVURJITUES ir IFIRUESHMAN IFAVURIITIES Most Pcopullaur Girllw Emazvanzffs 9014012 Most Popular Boyw gofzin .quasi Princess lm Mlalrshallllw Kwzginia ffmcgain 1 SUPHUMORJE FAVORITES ir Most Popular Giirllw imafzfgcz jo cyawai Most Pfopullaur Boyw BEZIZQTCZ Ufayfolz Princess to Pauriisw Jmazy gang gsaffszkafcf A. ., if mf' -, 7.. f 1,3 Yiyggsdf y f iw ,,, f 5 6 ' f fffiffn X, RCTARY GUOID CITIZENS 'Ir ilffafzy jo Bam GCOD CITIZEN PRINCESS TO A EG? M ENGINEERS SWEETHEART B lyawzancs GOQD CITIZEN URGANHZMFJIQNS if lP'lh1iiTheta Kappa ir The Alpha Cmicron Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa was established in 1930 upon the initiative of Miss Mildred Howell, who became its sponsor. Witli all plans centering around the National Convention in Sacramento, California on April 16, 17, and 18, this year, 1941, has been an especially active one for the chapter. The highlight of the convention, for our chapter, was the election of Vs7inifred Main as National Second VicefPresident for next year. Members of the organization for the year are Martha joe Hawes, President: R. L. Mayne, VicefPresidentg Betty Joe McKay, Secretary, Arthur Williziiiis, Treasurerg Betty june Hill, Reporter, Ruby King, Norma Epperson, Lucille Willianis, Gibson Cray, -loe Reynolds, Kenneth Rasco, Mary Helen Ray, Louise Crews, Sue Aiken, Laura Louise Glenn, Bob Cole, Earl Lawver, Janice Conley, Marie Phaup, Farland Bundy, Earline Muckleroy, Winifred Main, Philip Wtmll', Arnold Rubin, Wiley Roosth, Virginia Allen, Dorothy Nell Chumley, Clyde Massey, Roland Whyte, Vernon Turner, Janet Anderson, Mary Alice Edson, LaVerne Wilhite, James Rushing, Milton Dingler, and Joyce Harrell. The Engineers Club ir M 3 The Engineers Club is composed of students interested in the various fields of engineering. The Club was organized to promote good fellowship among the future representatives of this profession and to enlighten them on the possibilities of its different branches. These objectives were ac' complished by making field trips to the various engineering firms. This year the Club made four field trips: to the electric power plant at Trinidad, the Tyler iron foundry, a photofcopy plant, and the lvlclvlurray Cil Rehnery. Furthermore, the Club was very active in both athletic and social affairs: it sponsored a basket ball team in the City League, and it presented a College minstrel and two dances. The Flying Club 'k The Flying Club is a member of the National Intercollegiate Flying Club. Cflicers in this club are Edwin Arvin, president, Cscar Kellar, vicefpresidentg Ruth Dailey, secretary, and Derrell Tooke, reporter. The -lunior College has graduated a total of 74 pilots from its Civilian Pilot Training Program. This includes students from four classes: ten students from last year, twentyfnine from last summer, twenty from the first semester, and fifteen from the second semester of this year. From left to right the members are Eddie Horton and Russ Finefrock, instructors, Raymond Cook, Frank Burns, Paul Hill, Arthur Exum, Edwin Arvin, Louise Glenn, Cscar 0,Neil, Howard Dodd, Ged Stuteville, Mr. E. A. Lawler, instructor, T. Ingram, Bernard Clayton, C. Hall, and Derrell Tooke. Home Economics Club 'A' The Home Economics Club was organized at the beginning of this semester for the purpose of forwarding the interests of girls in the field of Home Economics. The Club was organized with the aid of Miss Alice Douglas: other sponsors are Miss Ella Mae Bailes and Miss Mary D. Walker. Club officers are Dixie Hall, president: Sunshine Tooke, vicefpresidentg Dorothy lane Lindsay, secretaryg Rosalie Breedlove, treasurer, and Lorenia Mayer, reporter. Members of the Club appearing in the picture are from right to left on row 1: Evanda Billingsley, Dorothy Johnston, Emma lean McCutchin, Sun' shine Tooke, Miss Mary D. Walker, Lorenia Mayer, and Ruby King. Row 2: Evelyn Hicks, Marie Phaup, Donna Louise Spivey, Dixie Hall, Marie Riviere, and Barbara Weaver. Row 3: Martha joe Hawes, Gloria Willey, Dorothy lane Lindsay, Mary Lois Whiteman, Miss Alice Douglas, Dorothy Fay Needham, and Miss Ella Mae Bailes. Girls 1F oriuim i' ln the year 1931 the Tyler Girls Forum of the Junior College and the High School was organized by Mrs. Ernest Goens, then president of the Womans Forum of Tyler. Under the leadership of Miss Adele Henderson, the work was begun with the purpose of fostering the devel' opment of the girl's better self in order for her to become a better member of society. Since its beginning, the Forum has been the center of the activities of the girls of the college and of the high school. The ofiicers of the Forum for the year 19404941 are: President, Margaret Ann George: CofVicefpresidents, Helen Anderson and Louise Crews: Secretary, Theo .lo Wright: Coftreasurers, Helen Curtis and Dorothy jane Lindsay: and Sponsor, Miss Aileen Griifen. .lunior College Council consists of Norma Epperson, Lois Virginia Wood, Louise Crews, Dorothy lane Lindsay, Marvanette Gordon, Marcia Moneysmith, Mary Jo Bass, Frances Gean Thompson, Dorris Greer, Winifred Main, Louise McLane, Marianna Wilson, Dixie Hall, Verna Lee McCutchin, Martha joe Hawes, Virginia Pinkerton, and Mary Jane Satterlield. The highlight of the year is the StatefWide Girls Week which the Hon. james Allred proclaimed on March 10, 1936. This year recognition and honor will be given to "The Girls of the Week" of the College and High School. Ti. ill.. CC.. Engineers Minstrel The purpose of the minstrel was to raise funds for the Tyler Junior College Annual fThe Apachel. We, the cast dedicate the success of the minstrel to Mr. E. A. Lawyer, who worked loyally as a supervisor and censor committee of one, and to the Engineers Club of 1940 as a whole. We Wish to thank each and every person who participated in the minstrel and in the committees that were so instrumental in the success of the minstrel and to the publication of the APACHE. Master of Ceremonies ..........,............,.................. John Face End Meri-W. M. Fitzgerald, Buster Clarke, Bob Cole, lack Dunn, Tommy Smith, and Donny Campbell. Micsic ....................,..........i.. Edmund Eagle and his Crchestra Director .................................................... Edward McKelvy Script Wv'itei's-.. ........... W. M. Fitzgerald, Buster Clarke. Songs ............................ Jimmie Lea Prickett, Alfred Gilliam. Song and Dance ................................................ Pat McKenna Brenda and Cobina Skit ......... .......... D orothy lane Lindsay and Betty Baker Backstage Director ...................................... Leslie Waterland FRANKIE AND JCHNNY SKIT Bar Tender ......,.,,.......,,,.,,.....,,..,,,,......,,,,...,,..,..,.,,,. Bob Cole Bar Fly ...................................................... W. M. Fitzgerald Card Players.-. ........ lack Dunn, Donny Campbell, and Tommy Smith Franlqie ...... ....,.,,.. C harles Finlayson lolinny ........... ............. B uster Clarke Nellie Blye .... ............... oe Porter fanitor ........ ,.,,,.,,,..,,,, H arold Carr Song Lyric .......... Edward McKelvy Piano .................... .......... ............... A l fred Gilliam The action was done in pantomime with the players representing the Harlem version of the famous song "Frankie and Johnny." This skit was at its best with Finlayson and Porter dressed as negro girls and portraying all their characteristics to the utmost! Another highlight was the dying of johnny fBuster Clarkej who died as a good trifler should. Las Mascaras Dramatic Club Tlicme for tlic Year: DRAMATIC AMERICA OFFICERS: PRCGRAM President-eDavid King Hurlman CHAIRMEN: -4 ,, . , X Joe Reynolds Martha Joe Hawes VIH PMSICJUUST I John Pace Louise Crews Secretary- Lucille Williams Bill. Lawrence Trcasnrcre Leiland Ferrier Philip Wolf Entertainment Chairman Janet Anderson Harry Loftis RcportcrfScrap Book Kccpcrea J JIZ!JA3?5J3aXIXag?tterHeld Lorema Mayer Regular Nlccrings- Second and Fourth Monday night each month. Radio Program4eEvery Thursday Night Social Affairs: Banquet at Willowbrook Country Club by Mr. D. K. Caldwell, November, 1940. Valentine Party in Cafeteria, February, 1941. Carden Party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pollard, May 1941. Majrvi' Productions: "Tiger House" by St. Clair4December, 1940. "The Mother" by Capek March, 1941. "The Missing Witness" by Reach- May, 1941. MEMBERs: Elva Adams, Sue Aiken, Betty Jane Baker, Rosalie Breedlove, Frances Cone, Dorothy Nell Chumley, Lou Davidson, Madeline Dickson, Mary Alice Edson, Norma Epperson, Joy Evans, Frances Farmer, Adelle Florey, Marion Glasco, Louise Glenn, Dorris Greer, Sue Jean Hall, Dixie Hall, Joyce Harrell, Adrah Hicks, Jo Ann Hill, Dorothy Johnston, Ruby King, Dorothy Jane Lindsay, Katherine Manning, Betty Lou Markland, Betty Jo McKay, Mary Jane McNamara, Louise McClane, Marcia Moneysmith, Virginia McCain, Earline Muckleroy, lna Claire Neil, Virginia Pinkerton, Jeanne Price, Donna Louise Spivey, Virginia Stamps, Sunshine Tooke, Charlotte Thompson, Lois Virginia Wood, Melba Jo Watson, Mary Lois Whiteman, LaVerne Wilhite, Marianna Wilson, Eloise Wimberly, Bill Bailey, R. Beard, Randall Boulter, Donovan Campbell, Roosevelt Camp' bell, Edgar Campbell, Joe Dean, Victor Fry, Gibson Gray. Ernest Howard, Earl Lawver, Jack Mack, R. L. Mayne, Kenneth Rasco, Floyd Ray, Billy Reily, Wiley Roosth, E. P. Richards, Arnold Rubin, Jimmie Shaw, Harold Smith, Doyle Stegall, James Earl Thompson, Derrell Tooke, Leslie Water' land, Roland Whyte, Arthur Williams, Lewis Vxfhisenant, Thomas Wright. Speeelhi Aetiyities ir gglll-...ll , w 1 1 "'3ef 'i"' 'f i Ww,,g Q 2 ' 4 3 ' I 53 :Z W2 hr S xj f ' L 1 a 'si V " at na if W C E 1 A T Tyler junior College offers twelve semester hours credit in speech, six in public speaking, three in debate, and three in drarnatics. SPEECH HGNGRS WGN IN 194Of1941: Ouachita College Tournament, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, November 1940- First in Mixed Debate--Winifred Main and Leiland Ferrier Abilene Christian College Tournament, Abilene, Texas February 1941- First in Gratory, second in Radio Speech-elris Futoransky Savage Tournament, Durant, Gklahoma, March First in Poetry Readingfwinifred Main District lunior College Speech Association, Nacogdoches, Texas March 1941- First in Boys and Girls Debate, Boys and Girls Exteinporaneous Speech, Boys and Girls Poetry Reading, and Boys Radio Speaking. State lunior College Speech Association, Temple, Texas, April 1941- First in Boys Extemporaneous Speech, First in Boys Poetry Reading, Second in Boys Radio Speaking, Third in Girls Ex' ternporaneous Speaking. GIRL'S DEBATE GRATGRS EXTEMPGRANEGUS TEAM LaVerne Wilhite SPEAKERS Iris Futoransky john Pace Mary lane McNamara Winifred Main PGETRY READERS Joe Reynolds BOYS DEBATE Melba .lo Watson RADIG SPEAKERS TEAM Harry Loftis Philip Wolli Vernon Turner Lorenia Mayer Leiland Ferrier The Apaelhie Pow Q Wow ik ww, . - si lf'-,, The official newspaper of T. C. is the Apache PovvfWovv. It was first a portion of the CourierfTimes. Then it appeared as a separate publicationg since 1935 it has been a larger, more independent issue. Miss Mary Henderson was the first business advisor guiding the paper through the first difficult years. Miss Brandenburg was the first literary advisor. Since 1935, Mr. C. Henderson has been the literary critic and champion of the paper. Miss Bryarly is the business advisor at the present time. The present members of the staff are: EditorsfinfCl1ic,f ...................... .............. M arcia Moneysmith and Adrah Janice Hicks. Sports Editor ...................................................... Talmage Main ReportersfSonny Tooke, Virginia Allen, Lorenia Mayer, LaVerne Wilhite, Betty Wood, Frances Cone, james Turner, Dorothy Johnston, Forrest Barron, Arthur Williams, Mary jane Satterfield, and Lou Davidson. Business Marfager' .......... ......... W iley Roosth Circulation Maviager ...........................,...,....... -Arnold Rubin Assistants-Louise Crews, LaVerne Wilhite and Betty Baker. The Apache Staff 'k The 1941 Apache, sponsored by the Engineer's Club, is the first year' book to be presented from Tyler junior College in several years. The Club has backed the yearbook in various ways: by presenting an all colored college Ininstrel and Easter Dance, and by handling concessions at the basketball games. The staff has been fortunate in having as its sponsors Miss Allene Brandenburg, as literary sponsor, and Mr. E. A. Lawver, as business advisor. The Staff consists of : Dorothy lane Lindsay and E. P. Richards cofeditorsg Marvanette Gordon, business manager, Doyle Stegall, sports editor, Lou Davidson, feaf ture editor, Sonny Tooke, circulation manager' Philip Wolf, Arnold Rubin, and J. R. Beard stajjf photographers, W. M. Fitzgerald and Curtis Goldman, staff artists. Assistants are Buster Clark, John Pace, Marcia Moneysmith, Adrah Hicks, Lorenia Mayer, Wiley Roosth, Leslie Waterland, Leiland Ferrier, Victor Fry and Lois Virginia Wood. 5 i 7 Engineers Club i ENGINEERS' BASKETBALL SQUAD ANNUAL ENGINEERS' EASTER DANCE - APRIL 11 I' ' Xt' Q ' :-" ."1"ff Ni' A :kv , my :"'E'3r 'v , -., YP A X 5. rr . ,- K ,. 1 P7 -'.I' If K' J sway: K QM J ig, mil '54 AT Ml-ET C TYLER JUNIGR CCLLEGE STATE CCCHAMPIQNS - 1941 ?gsfs'gs2gQ5s5'i5ag E.3g'gg3'DgmwO-,-.rvfflm -gggl-fCUOx0Q-'gOJg,U:33"D" Q29-aOE"mi5D,,53Sm ,,, F? r wm'w?Za,zQaag6z U1 ,.., .... rv H. H' Qgwfwldmam :mga 'J ONS-P"' ""UQ5-yy'-A WWUQCHOOOWO ms' fvs,-.Inv-U.:3 fV,-1 O-v-cj 0 :YQ-Q WEE,-, 5082? xi. 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Austin State Teachers Reserve .......... 86 Whitehouse Independent ............................... . 79 Minden Independent ............,.., .............. . 49 Van High School ............ . 37 Lee junior College ......... . 56 Kilgore Junior College .,..... ............ 57 Baylor Freshmen ............. ................... 50 Paris Junior College ....... ........ C Conf. 42 Lee Junior College ...... ................ 58 Lon Morris College ...... ............ 60 Baylor Freshmen ....,,...,,.....,,...... .. 47 Kilgore junior College ....,....,........ ......... 63 East Texas State Teachers Reserve ,.,.,,,.. 63 Lon Morris College ..................... Conf. 73 Texas University Freshmen ....,. ...,,.... 62 Paris Junior College ,..,,....,,..,,.,.,,. 4'Conf. 57 Southern Methodist University ...........,........,..... 62 Kilgore Junior College ......................,,....., 1fConf. 62 East Texas State Teachers Reserve ......... 82 College of Marshall ....,,.....,.......,....,.,,,.,.,, 1fConf, 72 Lon Morris College ......... Conf. 76 College of Marshall ......... 4'Conf. 52 Kilgore junior College ...... 4'Conf. STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYfOFF GAMES TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE Score Opponent 54 Lee Junior College ...... -. 34 John Tarleton College ..... -. 50 Lee Junior College ......... -. 65 john Tarleton College .....,... Y fb x I' ,Q at , f 5-V". 0 1 ' I 'k,i,""si.,L. 6.55,- Y 4 .Jr -gy- I .4 415:31 V Y ,. , gv fy wb , 4 ,An 5151! fx 1 Q , X. ny, Riff A FQ. H is x r ff , Q5 im, .Mm Surf: wx as TTI-IIIE PATRONS IPAGIE SI5.00 MAYER 84 SCI-IMIDT GASTON BUICK COMPANY 255.00 CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK I-IIGI-I SCI-IOOL PI-IARMACY ANDREWS BOX RIVIERE COMPANY WEBER'S ROOT BEER WOODY'S BOOK STORE I-IOLLEY MOTOR COMPANY TYLER STATE BANK 84 TRUST CO. PRATT'S 53.00 TI-IORNDIKE UNDERTAKING CO. IDEAL BAKERY 32.50 CALDWELL, I-IUGI-IES, DELAY 81 ALLEN IRION DRUG COMPANY PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK AMES' 352.00 I-IOOKER-GIBBENS INSURANCE AGENCY SI.50 BUCK'S EISI-IBURN MASTER CLEANERS FIEERS PI-IARMACY SI.00 DAVENPORT'S SES I-IAYNES CLEANERS PRANKLIN'S COLLEGE GRILL M. OLIVER FURNITURE CO. DR. I-IAGEN 3.50 NEW YORK STORE T IE APACC IETTE Love is a gross exaggeration of the difference hetween one person and everyhody else. Bernard Shaw james Turner gazed incredulously at a huge mounted fish. Finally he said, "The man who caught that fish is a liar!" Miss Brandenburg: "James, it seems you aren't getting enough sleep lately." james Rushing: "I am getting rather worried, Miss Brandenhurg. I can't sleep even when it's time to get up!" The quizfminded Donny Camphell accosted his parents with 'Tm going to have some money. True or false?" Buck 0verall's motto: "A good line is the shortest distance hetween two dates." ALWIN HINES, SPECIAL AGENT 202 Great National Lite Bldg. Dallas, Texas United States Fire lns. Co. Organized I824 The North River Ins. Co. Organized l822 Combined Assets over 58 Million Dollars She was only a taxi drivers daughter hut you auto meter. john Pace: "What does 'davenport' suggest to T. you. Earline Muckleroy: "A city in Iowa." The moon was white The road was dark: A perfect place To stop and park. I gave a sigh I gave a moan: I cursed the fate, I was alone. james Earl Thompson: "I wonder why there are so many more auto wrecks than railway accidents?" Nelson Grisham: "That's ezzsy. Did you ever hear of a fireman hugging the engineer?" I'Ie took her gently in his arms And pressed her to his hreast. The lovely color left her face And lodged on his full dress. HAVE YOU HEARD? We have a new and entirely differ- ent studio. You are invited to come see our latest individualized por- traits. We offer you distinctive and unusual portraits LOIS LAMB STUDIO 722 South Bois d'Arc Phone 2327 Don't worry if your joh is small And if your rewards are few. -lust rememher that the mighty oak Was once a nut like you. Mr. Henderson: "You missed my class ycsterf day, didn't you?" "Speck" Christian: "Not in the least, sir: not in the least." Roses are red, violets are hlue, Leaves are green, and me, too. Poem hy a Freshman I went to a party with janet, And met with an awful mishap. For I awkwardly emptied a cupful Of chocolate into her lap. But janet was coole though it wasn't, For none is so tactful as she And smilingly with perfect composure, Said sweetly, "The drinks are on me." The world is round, it has no end, It's hard to find a good true friend But if you find one, kind and true, Do him, Brother, or he'll do you. This old world we live in, Is mighty hard to heat. You get a thorn with every rose, But ain't the roses sweet? ME I think that I shall never see A person quite as swell as me. I think I'm swell You think so too? You think you're grand? Well, I'l1 het you I'm the hest of the girls I know: Compared to me the Fest are low. They call me stuckfup But can't you see That theylrc just jealous of me? LOST AND FOUND Found: Pockethook with a five dollar hill in it. Owner please form a line to the right, outside the chemistry lah., at 3 minutes after 3:00 yesterday. Duplicate prizes will he awarded in case of tie. A train ran over a hucket. "Are you hurt?" inquired the rail. "Oh, just the merest trifle: I'm just a little pail." A Scotsman was going on a husiness trip, and he called hack as he was leaving, "Good hye all, and dinna forget to take little Donald's glasses off when he isn't looking at anything." Manager: "Are you sure you are qualified to lead a jazz orchestra?" Applicant: "Ahsolutely, I've had two nervous hreakdowns, was shell shocked in France, and I live in an apartment ahove a family with 12 noisy children." Woiiieii's faults are manyg Men have only two: Everything they say and Everything they do. T. B. or not T. B., that is the congestion. Consumption he done ahout it? N " 252. L v I n v ..,. if J - Q - i Q ,, ' ll V 74 K, fi 9 'x - 'Z gn! 'mf - , 1:- . . '. ," 4' ' uv "'f ' ' 4 , 4 4 .Ii 1- . L 4 - 1 1 V 511' "W P21 . J f a-1L. 1...- -. A , . ..- 1 1 , Q .' A v Q ' " ' -A C i 4 , ,' -v 54 :mg-V.!S:, luv 0 A iva- .-1-. .r 1- a , . . 4 5 , ffl 4: Q .P- - ' oi,- , , Wr I? at 14:5 L I n PN. 'fu . 'wir '51 W: ' I J I L ,ful 1' 0 1 .9- r' 'I g 4. 1j ,, .H -. 1 .I ul!! V 1' ga '11 , .- 1 "VF , V. 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