The Taft Tribune (Taft, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 17, 1955 Page: 3 of 14
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Official! fBfctotow High School
Thursday, March 17, IKS, T««, Tar.—THt TAFT TMICUNC — Pag* I
. 1 "•V’MU fttSl
Lo** Opener To Gregory
Tht girts vcftley ball team play.
*d Gregor, ta« Tiiraday sft*r
U< 1 low, but showed up very
«eH considering they hid *3
l*»iiy one practice. The "R" team
wwi and aiao did otiUtandngly
Oii Wrtn^^ .he Kjrli ^
,h* ,A , sr>d 1 B trmnr wor,
cr-'H*1*0 on ,lw ”A” tram are.
;,vur ('r«ne - Captain. Doris
toroszewsk, - Captain, Lois May
policy, Kay 0 Briant, Joyce Haw
THIS WEEKS PAPIER
Susie The Snooper
, u tin* t°r sU ,hr(*
win The close of
kaiil be a happy t,nM‘
(except the l>»r
Vbo must (rs<lf ,ht’ PP"
at only nine weeks and
„ left to suffer <h«- bur-
Tliere were several incidents
that ied up to a lack of article#
in Ihia weeks paper. They are
illness of lorre of the reporters
holiday ia»t Friday, and band
contest. Wt tio hope that you
rnjoy what articles tiiere ate
This week's paper v/ar published
This is ate.(ion T-A-F-jf, with
Satie the Sruoper reporting, bring-
ing you a brief tum.miy of the
latest news. Find. the world-wide
The nut look on the Korea pro-
blem Is no* so go.xJ this week.
Just ask Ada and bobby
Ir. oiiter parts of the world the
outlook is good. Especially for
Doris B. and Al, Judy and Danny,
and Selda and Robert.
I And now a word from our spon-
sors: Everyone lie sure to come
to the baseball games this year.
We really have a fire team.
Now for the stale-wide news.
It swmi that some ol the Taft
boys, (Buddy, Jim, Jo-Ed. Billy,
George S.. etc.) go to Bbrtcn
whenever they get c chance. What
is so interesting up there?
The torn! news is pretty hot
this week in Taft.
.Dianne, did you have fun Thurs-
day r.ight? What's the mutter,
Robert, was Sue too heavy for
The "M’s of B” had better
get to work again. We hear it^at
Have you Sophs finished writ-
ing vour limericks? It seems that
me Taft Greyhounds started
of* their bacbcail season with a
victory over the Sinton Pirates
Tuesday at Oiler Park. The Grey-
hounds combined five hits with
eleven walks, Issued Tiy Larry
Krause and Pete Byrd, to score
hint* runs, Sinton also got five
hits ol! Larry Gobert. but they
could score but one run off his
effective clutch pitching He gave
up three walks while striking out
six pirates. Those getting hits
for Taft were: Jimmy Mon is
with two singles. Andrew Gonzal-
ez and Buster Becker with one
singe each, and Harry Lee
Watts with one double. These hits
amounted to a winning victory
at T. If. S Can j Band,
Sometimes I be-
j^T^as made theli first
lB^)n of latent fur televis-
i KVDO Every’
tBerc is presented
■ which features
from towns in
tun. H yuu were
s*iurtla>. you may have
gmfiud to see tht familial
t1 Doris Box and D.ns
Mski Tliese two girls did
dnful Job on ,h,ir
Mtkie and were commend-
^•Mentation from mir
Because of tlie extra Jong week-
end it was hard to have a vveli-
(irgunized papei this wick We
hope you our renders will bear
Satunlav at with us and understand. Clues
Teen | from the ehtsses was not report-
news arid led this week he ,iuse Hnj, i|.
the I'oast il j liams was sick and not able to
Watching collect the news.
! Next week everyone should he
heady to turn in good news and
Sponsors: Mr. Wade, Aunty
Reporters; Judy Gobert. Larry
Gobert, Harry Lee Warts, Carolyn
Tenery, Martha Brittain Barbara
Scholtz, Mary Malcolm Cum-
mins. Elizabeth Pressley. Hover-1
iy Burch, Ray Roy Cardwell. !
Sand* a Fonville, Shirley Saleh.
Alpha Paterson, Joyce Gunn.
Leland did you get tired off
riding around Monday night or
were you well occupied??
Bobby B. you sure are hostile#.
But she's a cute girl.
Gail, it seems like iteVta is
sick I hope you don’t g*e fhm
flohert C. who was Sfcvrf vadb
bead girl &v« Victoria! iM m
m cst tlie seci-et.
Robert R., aren’t the t«k bt
high sthoo) enough hr JteYI SKti
sure in cute.
Johnny F. and Charter J., m
you have fun Saturday into#*?
Three girls looked familiar. Has
abo>rt It Judy and Carolyn ?
At,* now we take you to dha
T. H S. Weather Bureau ter tbs
Icitret weather report
deal sailing is fhreezs***! iiita
week frn Kay and leeward, jjaS
Joanette and Charles.
The sun is beginning to shine
for K-arry and Martha, too.
At this time we are net able
to predict the weather concern-
ing Linda and Bobby or Mary
Lynn and Robert G.
For the latest news and wen-
listen nKein next
Ideals • Deal.*, having to do wi:h
Mystical - A Uckel that didn't
quite snake it, s-wh is a bad
Authorities - Whims of an au-
Muse ■ Noises a cat makes
when it is hungry
Serene - Noise on n fire en-
gine or jKiliee ear
Parsimony - A prea, hrr's hou-
Betty Lee Crump is from Uval-
de, Texas, ind has taught here
three years. We know her for
her ability to be everyone's
friend, and to have evenone's
respect at the same time. She
has been a counselor at Waidi-
mar girls camp for the past lew
years, and this quality is most
, likely to do that.
YVe are all aware of her pet
gripe—kids who say. "Miss Crump
I can't play today, because I
don't feel vei-y good:”, or some-
Her ideal student is one who
does her work on time, listens
to assignments, and can do ac-
tivities in gym right after told
inring on a walk, a fielders
choice, a bit, an error. This gave
them 2-0 lead. Dirke Moore pro-
ceeded to show that he was go-
ing to be rough to hit—he was.
Dirke racked up 14 strikeouts and
allowed one scratch sizzle in the
| In tlie third, Rav picked up ano-
ther run on a walk, stolen base,
and a fielders choice. The fourth
produced two fore runners on
three- hits and a fielders choice.
Ray scored again in the fifth
on two hits. The Texans scored
| Jack: Tlie brunettes have sweet-
!er dispositions than blondes
I Jim' Wei!, my girl's been both
I and I can't sec any difference.
-------------- their last runs in
i Superintendent: For this job we on a double by Menking. a sizzle
1 want a responsible man. by Mendez, and a walk.
| Applicant: Dial's me Wherever Taft got their only run in the
jl have worked, if anything went seventh on a walk, two fielders
wrong. they told me I wag re chokes, a scratch hit, and an
: ■-ponsible. ericr making the final score 8-1
-------- — ----- .. m favor of the W. B Ruj Tea*
Vouhfc married man: W’hen I am- This made Taft s season wins
! got home last night my wife at 1 won and 1 lost. Ray has a
I greeted me with a hie kt*« She <■*> reco»l Dirke Moore was the
jl.«l it wuinkitui meat cooked and winning pkicher ic Harry Waits
! insisted tliat I read the paper the loser.
Protein • In favor of the teen-
Multiform - A beauty contest
[ Infraction - The line between
th*. numerator and denominator.
Buoyantly - \ new saying sort
of Lki Oil Il*,y. *
ins* iiniinufe - To reform a
Re. Jose - . clast* m ain when
’he f,r.,t i .«i of (luxing comes
i.isOcvci - A snrvct I *r xhpypl.
others and en-
joys playing the sports.
Miss Crump obtained her high
* school education iiorn Uvalde
High and her college degree
from Southwestern University in
He: ipaze-time hobbles arc lis-
i itniag to music and v.rituig let-
ther report, _
Thursday tame tame, s.vtu> sfa-
tkw. Titus is buzve die Snooper
sigtalng off for stariem T-A-F T
in Taft, Texas.
r Scat regional ham! i-cntext
I s L'Klr pn*vsuri has !*-'*-c
rtt rwn; Ic***s D i >
KiU soon !m* applied again
rC ,1 I*,,, * ** *** »*C*i„ II*
0tK *t Brownsville More
Some information from the dtf.
feren: Freshman cliwse* and srfeait
they are studying »cd dWr’g:
NAME: Eddie Joe McDonald
DESCRIPTION: Brcnvn hair.
Brown eyes, wt. 98, Ht. 5T”
BIRTHDAY: July 4, 3940
BIRTHPLACE: San Antonio
FAVORITE FOOD: Chicken Fri
FAVORITE SUBJECT: General
FAVORITE TEAtKER: Mr.
first parted i*
sewing and the girls ire inakisp
some beajbAd giu-meota. Th»
third period claw tr cooking; owl
it making »ome krvcly dkitm.
The- General Science clartec are
studying about eiertrieity -iM
have be**n doing staoe irxpnrU
went* tn the tab to prtn*<> tfsww*.
of iheir points i*b*xW *i*vr*ky.
The Alsebrs. I etasact are »dtaSjt*s
»ng about complex irteUMB.
English I the first period, in
summarizing tome sfortea; tire
class is read toe
WE GIVF A
Johnny Ton Gi*lei?nd is our land has lieer. here ever sine**,
first senior this week in the spot- j You can always count on Johnny
light. He started to school in Taft*as a friend. He s always nice
----------------to everyone and is always willing
Visitor Young man. I'd like to to help people
see somebody with a little author!- When Johnny was a freshman,
ty he was Vice-President of the class
Buck private’ Maybe I can He has been King Nominee all
help you. I have as little as four of his years in high school,
anybody around lucre has been in the F. F. A. club
------------- al! four years, and the Science
Passenger, going west: "Dow Club his junior year. Through
this train stop at San Francis- high school Johnny has shown
»?” great ability in playing football.
Conductor: "If it doesn’t, ma- He letteted his first three yean*
lam. there will be quite a splash and was a co-captain part of his j
----------------- fourth year. Johnny was the Best
Riddle: IVhy do white sheep All-Around boy from the Junior
:at more than black sheep? class and was elected Most Pop-
Answer: Because there are ular boy in high school the same
note white sheep in the world, year. The F. H. /V. elected him
-------------- for their sweetheart his junior
"Why i* it that people in nor- and senior year,
hern Alaska nev er have dachs- when he gets out of high school
unds as pets in their homes Johnny plans to work for awhile
“A dachshund keeps the door an(j pien g0 *0 scfrool. He hasn't
non too long when he is going decided yet where he is going to
i and out Ihe home." school.
-------- - Make it your liest Johnny The
'fx>es your cai aiways make Tap High School kids air wish- 1
mt noise? asked the man who jng you luck ind remember we
as thinking of buying it. are aiwavs willing to help you
-No. indeed!” replied the own- in any ,hSnK you do. v
*. "Only when if is runring Charles Graves is our next sea-
------— — ior jn the spotligiit. Charles didn’t 1
Foreman: "Phone the office s*art to school here until his .Tun-
'd tell them to send the steam yPar ]je moved here from
! A blushing young woman hnnl-
i <ri the Western Qerk a message
i containing only an address and
J the word “Ye*."
* “You know you can send 15
j words for the same price.” said
the man, helpfully
"1 know. But don't you think
I'd reem too eager if I said it
TO OLD CLOTHSS
|9kl stathe* take «n a rtw lease fo- life aflee *** ttry-clean
fc Let »yr expert* week mag,; on your old ctothe* with the
P ^ rleznmf teevloe.
A wealthy oil man, after years
without a vacation, decided to
lake a trip around the worid
Arriving m Paris, he hired a
I guide to tout the city. As they
j approached the Eiffei Tower, the
I millionaire gasped in amazement,
I Then he asked his guide:
I "How many barrels a day do
Ivou reckon they get out of that
fifth period _
plays, and the last period is wort*
ing in their English workbooks.
To put all of this together, Ut*
freshmen have been busy for %
TAILOR & CLEANER
A football player playing *
game of four full quarters, will
lose trerr. eight to- ten pounds.
Fresklent Warren G. Harding
was Honorary President of the
National Horseshoe Pitchers’ As-
tU/Fv,., outomtk hit ding
with Mew FAR MALI
.Sxfh» McCormick* fqrmqWjSvpor C
a better one than Charier.
Charles hasn t derided what he
is going to do when he gets
out of school, but what ever he
does when he graduates., we know
that if will be his best.
The best of luck to both ol you
for your future. i
AMBITION; To grop up.
howd ya ukk to see?
I Judson riding in ft model T.
[ Mr, Bennett teaching English.
The tone hem and students chan-
ging placet for a day.
Ann ice - Leiand: How Import-
ant Can It Be.
Alpha - Billy H.: Danger, Heart-
j break Ahead
Joanette - Charles G.: Tweedlt
Betty P. •* Whip W.: Hearts of
Your fmlJoitorftiei further «ibn km
farm witb i\x, MinneapoK^Msikte
L'B dfj*el; Ixm fad «ed mm*
¥* »WK* **»'
te* *4ia 4W««ijiato»a.. *«*rn
eorkrafcd rotaiy-*«4«ftef« «mtm-
ttac. dsfkws a sswodh <mi pesmxM
paucm Me.,.. S«5#jjWBl»wgar
| Mr. Copeland doing the mam-
' Maude sticking to one boy.
David Me. taking notice to a
certain zofhomore likes him.
Martha B. staying and being
our editor next year.
' Jsmes W, as a cowboy star
Mary Jo: Pledging
The Sw. Jacinto Mamtneist in _ _ ___^ ^____________ _
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Bp sta Super Q \iae Up
^ the twigs couplioj* an
' ^ yt>K I'ack, (he beeais lode
***?, prrr.iulyj And is
the field -- a® mow «#«** • “r®1*
control ij confJctrfy kydneik. iteseasro* •*
Coosixir® *. * P«w* » V*»£«d?l
cal! will tk it. W!i brto* * stops Cetto ?*»■ j
Hicd> to your ftan fee s &« desnaaswww**
Bobby B. - Linda R.: W>*5
[ Judy * Danny: Well Be To-
| g-ethcr Again
! Doris B, - Al: IX Bit Thinking
_____ _ Doris J. • Benny: Ever Lovin’
whkh Soy that she Site hist ] Kay C. - Leonard L.. XiuA’s
ifettiryj 6 V*!114,1 T w*nt Frtart You
»r all ihe volley Sw»l gsmro. Kay O’R - Jasa« G.: Sta Btid*
Irs. Cummins getting her first ?e* to Gross
icd class rounded up Slierwin S.
tidia Lyn getting her boys Angel
gtaht. Sue - Donald P.. Time Waits
arterts S. with short tanclt For No One
* Y'ivum - AJfen: Sincerely
! NOTAB,Y FI7B8JC
I If you Wish to Sell isr Buy
*m?s Ai CHj SsS
Residence Phone SS9
j W. 8. Jfinninff*
Jimmy M.: Earth
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Guthrie, Keith. The Taft Tribune (Taft, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 17, 1955, newspaper, March 17, 1955; Taft, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth711692/m1/3/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Taft Public Library.