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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lion Roar — 14 May 1934
Read Our Ads THE LION ROAR Read Our Ads VOL. 6 Boyd High School, May 14, 1934. No. 6 Congratulations High Seniors McKINNEY HIGH SCHOOL HAS FINE CORPS OF TEACHERS AND OFFICIALS WALTER B. WILSON President of the McKinney School Board. 1,500 STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN MAY FETE Approximately 1,500 McKinney public school children tripped lightlv on the greensward of Newsome field Monday night under the floodlights to inaugur- ate in grand style the first high school May Fete. The affair was witnessed by an estimated throng of from 3,000 to 4,000 adults who marveled at the gorgeous color of the scene, and at the ease and grace with which the students, ranging from the prim- ary grades to the High Senior clas9. staged, in perfect style, the most gigantic spectacle, perhaps that McKinney has ever witness- ed. , The Fete, inauguarated and sponosred by Prof. Jack R. Rvan, city superintendent of the public schools, and the efficient corps of McKinney Public school teachers, aided by the parents o...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lion Roar — 14 May 1934
I Page THE LION ROAR Two THE LION ROAR STAFF. MAX B. SKELTON .Editor REBECCA WILSON Assistant Editor GLENN WALKER MASSIE Business Manager Dt OAVLDIN ■•••••* «■ ■ I UHllllHI Spti r W. T. HARTMAN Features MARY ANN OOODNER - - Society M. W. YOUNGER Jokes EDITORIALS. MOST-REPRESENTATIVE CONTEST. "THE LION ROAR" would also like to express its ap- preciation to the twenty candidates, their campaign manag- ers, the faculty, and the student bodies for their co-opera- tion which was given in making the most-representative con- tests, which were sponsored by the paper, the great successes that they were. We hope that in the future the papr will be financially able to continue to make these awards. The staff members of "THE LION ROAR" wish to ex- press their appreciation to each advertiser, each faculty member, each student, and to each person who has in any way given suggestions by which we have been able to make this paper more enjoyable for our readers during the 1933- 34 school term. "THE ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lion Roar — 14 May 1934
Page THE LION ROAR Three I I r- CLAUDE FRANCIS Seed Store (South Allen's Market) LOUIE Court House Stand CENTRAL STATE BANK "Big Friendly Bank" TOM SCOTT Life Insurance Phone 321 Allen's Market and Delicatessen A. IVf. SCOTT & CO. INSURANCE—LOANS Phone 665 MASSIE'S FAST AMBULANCE Phone 8 Day or Night WILLIAM-EUBANK GROCERY CO. Cabell's Colonial Ice Cream DOUBLE DIP CONES And the best cream in town BIGGEST LITTLE STORE Men's Spring Outfits Bob Gordon "It pays to look well" BASEMENT BEAUTY & BARBER SHOP White Billows Flour (Continued From Page Two) ica band also rendered enjoyable numbers. Miss Janet Miller, one of the city's most gifted vocalists, sang a beautiful volcal number. Two heralds—Aubrey Hamilton and Frank W. Smith—nattily dressed, marched out and took their places on the stage, an- nouncing the different events They announced the presence of "Mother Nature' who wore a garland of rose3 and who was dressed in appropriate style. The heralds then announced that Mother ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lion Roar — 14 May 1934
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lion Roar — 18 January 1935
THE LION ROAR VOL. VII Boyd High School, McKinney, Texas, Jan. 18, 1935. No. 4 h I I ]• CASUAL COMMENTS Twenty more souls will enter the gates of happiness and content- ment tonight when the members of the mid-term graduating class re- ceive their diplomas. The lucky stiffs! v Marion Moseley is our b!d for the title "Joe College!" If I frowned as much as some people, my shaving would only be on Sundays. Thomas Jefferson wrote in his great thesis "The Declaration of Independence" that we were creat- ed equal. The attitude of some students make us believe that the only time that we were on the "equal" waswhen we came into the world unblemished by clothing. The L. B. that we stated in an earlier issue would be hitched January One, may have made such a. mistake: but we are yet to see him flashing any money collected from bets that were suppose to have been wagered over the event. SCHOOL BOARD ENJOYS DINNER BY COOKING CLASS The second year Domestic Science class entertained the school bo...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lion Roar — 18 January 1935
KMMHmi ft Page THE LION ROAR Two THE LION ROAR STAFF BILLY O. THOMPSON. .Editor MARY ANN GOODNER Copy Editor JOHN EDGAR McKINNEY Managing Editor GLEN WALKER MASSIE Advertising Manager MARTHA BEA HOUSTON -Advertising Manager ROY CALDWELL .Business Manager HORACE NEILSON Sports REPORTERS Poppy Bass, Margaret Harper, Boyd Williams, Billy Eubanks, Woodrow Davidson, Shirley Scott. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Boyd High School Auditorium Friday Evening, January 18, 1935 7:30 o'Clock PROGRAM Song, "March of the Men of Hailech" Class Invocation Dr. R. L. Cowan Class Address Dr. W. J. McConnell Diplomas Prin. L. D. Robinson Honors — - Prof. A. A. Alexander Class Song Benediction Dr. R. L. Cowan Class Music Directed by Miss Bessie Mae Hamilton CLASS ROLL Moseley, Marion W. Lusk, Basil Marcom, Ruth Maureen Stephenson, Bobbie Graves, Charles W. Graves, Charles E. Bowman, Mary Ruthe Marshall, Burnis Aline Combs, Alston Commons, Howell E. Addington, Oleta Cantrell, Rubylee Norman, Tom . Cope, Jack Fort...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lion Roar — 18 January 1935
Page 4 • THE LION ROAR Three 4 1 % • t « t • ECONOMY FURNITURE CO. See Us Before You Buy Chas. Self, Mgr. RAY & ROBERTS COMPANY Insurance and Loans Phone 217 GRADUATION GIFTS AT Bridgefarmer's RUBYLEE CANTRELL One of the most attractive young ladies of the graduating class is Miss Rubylee Cantreli, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Cantreli, 801 North Bradley Street, this city. She was born in Valdasta in 1917, being seven- teen years old. Although not a native of this city, she has at- tended the local schools for the past eleven years. Miss Cantreli is another one of the students who received her elementary edu- cation at North Ward School of which Prof. F. M. Scott is the principal. Subjects she has taken this term are English, Latin. French and Trigonometry. Latin is her favorite subject. Her hob- by is reading. Rubylee is quite prominent in all student activities and is a member of the Latin Club. For two years, she was one of the representatives of McKin- ney High's debat...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lion Roar — 18 January 1935
Page THE LION ROAR Four OTIS NELSON Shoes, Dry Goods, and Notions Bridgefarmer's Jewelry Store McKINNEY DRY GOODS COMPANY Your Department Store Ready-to-Wear Phillips-Taylor, INC. For School Supplies NORTH SIDE DRUG STORE Soda and Lunch Phone 10 CLIFF GOGGANS For Cleaning and Pressing Phone 60 CROUCH FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 123 A. & P. Food Store For Finest of Foods WHAT'S IN A NAME? WE HAVE The APPLE but no sauce; The FOWILER but no referee; BROWN but no black; MOORE and no less; NOBLETTS and want gdbletts; WRIGHT but not wrong; DAY but no night; YOUNG but not giddy; GRAVES but no corpses; SNAPPS but no buttons; SKELTON but no closet; A BUTLER but no maid; SHIELD'S but no swords; BASS but not perch; AYERS but no furbelows; CROWDER but no shover; GLENN but no dale; HUNT but no hunter; HEARN but no his'n; MACK but no Moran; MAJORS but no miners; A COUCH but no bed; A TUCKER but no shortening; FROPFHT but no loss; APPLEBEE but no honeybee; A HORN but no drum; LITTLEJO...