Abilene Chrisitian High School - Cactus Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

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3 23 Q 5 5 L1 55 PL Ei Fl Ei 5 2 in A 2 e 1 4 5 1. 3 1 4 4 1 'i 45 1 s fl A 1 5 e Q 53 I E Q 5 4 S L S Q, 3 3, 5? F 1 5 I 2, E 5 2 E H ll '1 fi 7 ? 5 5 i 5 'U 5 X 5 s 5 P sa 5 E 4 E E 3 I ,Q ABILENE CHRISTIAN HIGH Abilene, Texas 1947 ofa .awvfz QL Each succeeding annual staff has striven to make a book which will in later years bring back pleasant memories spent in Abilene Christian High School. If We, the staff, have partially succeeded in this, our aim will have been accomplished, and if in future years, our book helps you to remember happy experiences, We have received our reward. jlbe We fade Eaamjzwme www? Qe0fcLCccLfdcr1fL... TO DAVID L. KENNAMER, OUR SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHER, A TRUE FRIEND OF ALL THE STUDENT BODY, AN UNDER- STANDING TEACHER, A MAN WHO' IS RESPECTED FOR HIS CHRISTIAN IDEALS, AND A LOYAL SUPPORTER OF OUR SCHOOL, WE SINCERELY DEDICATE THIS 1946-1947 CACTUS. X ff Z S X X 0 1 '2 f 31z1?Q35Q P I I r all A Q Wefflye fem 9 Wzdmfenffeaf' Dear Students: Thoroughness and reliability are parts that need to be built into every human soul. A little education, a little smattering of books, will not prepare one suffici-ently for the responsibili- ties of life. You are to be congratulated on having chosen Abilene Christian Demonstration School as your preference of the available schools. I am sure that you feel proud of the fact that you have a part in contributing toward the creation of the spirit of our school. A famous. artist said that he would never loolc at an inferior drawing or painting or do anything low or demoralizing lest famil- iarity with it should taint his own ideal and ability as an artist. There is an indescribable-superiority added to the character and fiber of a boy or girl who always and everywhere puts quality into his work. To each of you I extend my hearty personal good wishes. Yours sincerely, Ernest D. Shelton fzmafgaaiffz. 'WMA You are to be congratulated upon your choice in coming here to obtain a Christian education. It is something worthwhile of which only you can be the master. No one can give it to you, take it from you, or use it for you. It is for you to get, to keep, and to use in living a Christian life. There is no higher ideal or nobler purpose than living a Christian life. A. K. Hollingsworth, Principal is wi i g n ffm V maui? E. D. SHELTON Superintendent Bible-English A. K. HOLLINGSWGRTH Principal Science MISS BESS BELL First Grade MRS. FRANK ETTER Librarian MRS. CHARLES FLOYD Public School Music MRS. PENN GILBRETH - Sixth and Seventh Grades auf? MRS. EUGENE PERRY Second and Third Grades MRS. KENLEY Fourth and Fifth Grades MR. DAVID KENNAMER Social Science Physical Education MISS WANDA MCLAUGHLIN Speech-Mathematics MRS. ZELMA LAWYER English-Bible MISS BERNICE MCCLELLAN Homernaking 'WW -WW-mf 111- 'M akin me ml? A ing fail MRS. ODLE Eighth Grade MRS. FRED SMITH Spanish cmd English MR. G. A. SCRUGGS "Coach" i Ei:-I i J f sf I yr 3? l HM Q Kf " Y 1 , A iilI4L lLl.qZA H 1- . r - G' M z Q mikgg-G -f M 1 EE W ww SX ' ,LT 'S A., ' WI" fi 1 u V' m , x 329' V ' I . 5 , ,1.1 w-f..,,,. W ,.,..., g In 44" k 5. . ... W. A S 'M ' 2 s Q QL 6 IOHN MORLAN Vice-President Senior Vice Pres. 475 Class Pav. 445 Mixed Chorus 445 Basketball 44, 475 Masque of Sandal 45, 475 Annual Staff 455 Bus. Mgr. 475 Band 43, 465 Student Council 45, 46. BETTY IOY CHUMLEY Reporter Pep Squad 45, 475 Sophomore Vice President 465 Senior Re- porter 475 Student Council '47. SENIORS ALFRED CARTER President Basketball 475 Baseball 475 Sen- ior President 47. BILLY EARL ROSS Secretary Sec. and Treas. ol Senior Class 475 Masque :S Sandal 47, Most Popular 47, Most, Valuable 475 Whos Who 475 Pep Squad Cheer Leader. MR. KENNAMER Sponsor FRANK BENNETT Basketball 45, 47, Baseball 45, 46, Band 46, 47, A Club 46, 47. DOLORES BEST Pep Squad 47, Transferred from A. H. S. IANICE COOPER Transferred A. H. S., Basketball Sweetheart 47, Pep Squad 47, Office Worker 47. EVELYN CURRY Transferred from Itasca H. S., Pep Squad 47. DON FLEMING Baseball 46. l ACQULYN FLYNT Pep Squad 47. ?t' P. 'TT l THERESA FRANCIS Pep Squad 47. lACK GILLIS Basketball 43-475 Captain 45, 465 Masque and Sandal 44-475 Let- ter1nen's Club 45-47, Pres. 46, 475 Vice-Pres. Iunior Class 465 Baseball 43-475 Pres. of Fresh- man Class. 445 Football 435 An- nual Statf 475 Periscope Staff 47. BARBARA HARKINS Pep Squad 475 Masque 6: San- dal 475 Periscope Staff 475 Sex- tet 475 Masque 6: Sandal Play 47. ERNEST HARDWICK IACQUELYN HAYS Pep Squad 475 Masque G San- dal 475 Transferred from Austin High. R. H. LANIER Basketball 44-475 Baseball 44- 475 Vice-Pres. Soph. Class 45: Masque 61 Sandal 44-47: Pres. 475 Pres. Iunior Class 46: Siu' dent Council 44-475 Anrludl Sldff 46, Editor 475 Periscope Stall 46, 475 Most Popular 465 Most Valu- able 475 Who's Who 47: QUGTTS4 I-75 Letterrnen's Club 46, 47, Vice Pres. 47. GLADYS MAXEY Pep Squad-Yell Leader 47 Masque and Sandal 475 Pep Squad Reporter 47. MARGARET MAYO Pep Squad 47. TRUMAN MEYER DOROTHY MULLINS Masque ci Sandal 47. BETTY POST Pep Squad 44-475 Masque ci Sandal 46, 475 Annual Art Edi tor 475 Sextet 475 Freshman Fa vorite 455 Mixed Chorus 45 Double Sextet 46. MARY POST Pep Squad 44-475 Masque 6: Sandal 46, 475 Art Editor of An- nual 475 Mixed Chorus 455 Sex- tet 475 Double Sextet 46. SKI' Qi BiLLY PRocToR VIRGINIA PUTMAN Transferred from A. H. S.5 Pep Squad 47. IEAN SHIELS Pep Squad 46. FRANCES SMITH Student Council 455 V. Pres. ot Student Council 465 'Pep Squad 44-475 Pep Leader 475 Pres. oi Pep Squad 475 Senior Princess 475 A Club Sweetheart 475 Masque' ci -Sandal 475 Who's Who 475 Periscope Staff 47. IEAN SMITH Pep Squad 44, 475 Mixed Chorus 44, 455 Class Reporter 45, 465 Student Council 45, 465 Peri- scope 45, 465 Double Sextet' 45, 465 Masque 61 Sandal 46, 47: Sec. of M. ci S. 475 Sextet 475 Editor Periscope 475 Office Worker 465 Senior Favorite 47. DORIS VAUGHN GERRY WEIST Pep Squad 45, 47, Ofliee Worker lOl-INNY WHITMIRE Basketball 46, 47, Masque 6: Sandal 46, 47, Softball 46, 475 Pep Squad Sweetheart 47, Let- terman's Club 46, 47. MQNTIEL DALTON 4 aff 1 'mgk 125 r r -f ' A V43 SV ix- I, 'wil , , . ,iv " 35 ' l 'S Q ' N1 fa Metlyzw f m. , ,gi fl 431, f 3lsl,if,,g :.,,',5-g:s5sgg:5.:, 515 Q , ,- ,if Wtitf we fe Q gf? -H 1 Qj.fyff3'gX-.QQ St nfs, X , , X z, 4 ,W ,ly W, ,sax ww ,fxwgg 2-. , :. E . fm ,r My .W it QQ, 'W ,1 V " ,N lf 'tp f . - vw me wp, 2' Q, 4 M' v TQ M we sw 154 . 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I mf MW 'WW W 'M Jang? 1 5 Q QS 4 f gs 'a elisvu in W N f i isaii f 2 anfaabw Bob McKinney Vice-President JUNIOR ggaaqlfzemn. Sarah Croom Secretary Anne Stewart Reporter Mrs. Charles Floyd Sponsor Ed Harrell President ' Q, V, A N .... . :ly f,fN Chcrrles Anglin Loyd Barnes Harry Bcrrnesly Q 1 1 , W 1 1 N 1 1 1 i jgawmw 41" Ioyce Chapman nobert Harris fn-f 15 "TEX 5" A1 Doyle Fuchs ' Dick Hcxrdczge Ioyce Howk Don Hopkins 1 1 E 1 x 5 4 A 5 5 2 1 Z i L Tom Iarrett Iackie Iennings Bobby Key MGX MGUIY Clayton Nichols Ted Rives Thelma Sibley Hoke White Ella Ruth Yowell ?l""ff sLYKuWWAWw?iTf M' " ' "' - " ' I-:.f:':S: " """""""""' " "' W H" ,, 1 E 1 2 L E r I E I. D. Shipman r l v V v r Y r F Nancy Adams i Vice-Prersident Secretary i Z Iames Trig ' President 3 E som-1oMor2E CLASS omcims E 1 Dorothy lean Kennamer Shirley Belcher Reporter Treasurer iix Mrs. Fred Srruth Sponsor Sarah Baker Richard Baker fx., f Maria Cano Ierry CoChrCI1'1 Margarita Coronado Maribel Bare Carl Cheatem, Reuben Chanez Curtis Curry Kenneth Hester Dcmnel Dodson Ioan Howk Sunshine Green Glen Iohnson Irene Iohnson Lyr1dOI'1 KGY Lois Loucr , 'sf Iohn Love Richard McCormick Iohn Morgan 'W 'Dv Runette Plowman Anaxtacio Rodriquez Robert Scruggs 'Ya F 1 A A , Q 'x U 5 5 1 '3 9 X 1 1 . ' 4 1 mm , Lgg..Lia , 5' Mary Helen Whiimire Wayne Wilson Eva Young x 1 2 f,.,. . w f A af. ,X Y it dw QEXVW ' x ,Mi :din iws-zafxiz Uwe. KBw:'r? " FM-VX 'l'E9'4V'X:, N J. 5 3.KzTs.2i'f Kms RX-A3 0vs1haUL: I?Qfgs wi ,M QE 'Q X. "ms xx. ' Q - V M 7 Q-ZQHJTQWF We ,righfc Nik MN 31. lin if if Haj? Qliilisfniil. Can2,V1.fgu...f: .I Q. 1 L 7 f,E4.4.fgg,f, QT ff H '-L 3.5.15 IO. ,fir-nl ,il it 'ftii in nQ',N3iL' x f7 "" '-'32-sa ? Harold Woosly Vice President Ioe Freeman President N ww-lt:-X1ij:-t'::w'1V':,12,295 A 'I "Q ' -A tj a Patsy Etter Secretary FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Rafael Franco Treasurer Bernioe McC1e11en Sponsor Barbara Ella Robinson Reporter Irma Collins Darlene Haller ""ltnuug,.l3f lm john Holland Mary Daniel Iane Echols Gilberto Haroe Iack H111 l R. B. Howard Sid Hunt Okanee Mims Edna Seabolt .5553 ,, ,. A K .... . ...., it - ,mfs5f:.:.:. I A X . .... Awwwwi WW " .xr.Wr.,Mwaw.awsgw.,,x XM W f- wwmw, Don Waldrop Marcus Mullings Francisco Perz U Margaret Smith Bill Tate Christina Williams Dorothy Witt if lu- -1- T X 1 XX I EIGHTI-I GRADE First row: Wallace, Mcl.esky, Polk, Brown, Leach, Castle, McCormick, Wilson Second row: Hutchinson, Curry, Iames, McCormick, Miss Odle lteacherl Stewart, Aston, White. SIXTH AND SEVENTH GRADES Seated: Iohnson, Haller, Mirns, Trigg, Tipps, Holland, McMullen. Kneeling: Hill, Iohnson, Farr, Christian. Standing: Iames, Smith, Waldrep, Elliot, Meador, Bostick. ' FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADES First row: Kenly, Childers, Russey, Etter, F. Smith, Hawkins, Bedichek. Second row: M. Clark, Iohnson, S. Smith, Tipps, C. Clark. Third row: Belcher, Cheatham, Post, Holland, Onwiler, Lane, Hays, King Leach, Wright SECOND AND THIRD GRADES First row: L. D. Clark, R. I, Clark, Dees, Sligar, Orr, Cummings, Adams, Russey, Wright, King. A Second row: Hicks, Snodgrass, Polk, Dees, Powell, Farr, Black, Treat. Third row: Howk, Trimmier, Lambert, Raley, Holland, Stephens, Freeman, Hollingsworth, Stout. 'xx-nouns-up-mn FIRST GRADE ' First row: Clark, Adams, Dees, Iackson, Huddleston, Mullirlgs. - ' Second row: Malone, Kirk, Zeigegluss, Hicks, Mclaesky, Scoggins, Davis, Hads Third row: Bedichek, Harwell, Shelby, Coleman, Reeves. X Q1 X f if f W Ne- .--1 ,- Ae, fn, ,H . lif e! 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N f, ,W ,Q S Q as if, V gflilfwfi 9? s RANCH MITI-I " 4 if 1 57, I x . - ,1 A "?42w44i ' 2926 , ,HL .,,, m ,.I 5!Z,,,Z.f,f,ff,Mz',w i IQTSY Tm K I' M6215 , f 2 5 if' 5 f 'ffm Mwv-ww www 'mvxwv fmgm e' 55 1. 3 5 is. 2 3 1. v ., rr : PY jf.-1 A' c ,A faiawf ,xwmlif gx 11: ji .lg I s 4. -3' , f, Q 'Vwxugs 0 5,13-rx K, LY wfffg if I 'ly in g Lf :if -. 11 ff .5 v ' A -1174 "1 , L' '42 f A ...f--Q xv A ,rv . ' If A A 'A . ' 'N x ,gn rr -W C f . Q, ,. 4,1.- , X. , if, I 4 W' W, A, ff, . X, l 7 V23 , y 4. E1 .Q .V Y ' ,, wan J- , ,vu xr xx, Q -. ug .- sq, 1 ,195 R ,img xg. ,, 5, ox, f" if J 24.4 fx Y 'af Q . 5 y f . 4 , f D. ,CYZQW L dmxwmw . AND WEETI-I EART ' z M iv .J , N, ' . ,V l. , .. K , if-P QUAD gvegruenixr I 1 Gm ow Wwawzze k.H.x.ANmesX - Pjm-Y E K If-F WHUS WHO in-swim. First row: Billy Earl Ross, Frances Smith, Ella Ruth Yowell. Second row: Dick Hardage, Roy H. Lanier, Bob McKinney. I T ir 5 M an - 1 mul' 1 . -3 f f el-J :E-2 ii 3 X e ei?-5 Rig is -E3 ..::g.a.'5i:i - I E E -5 X A 5 'H' K- H vyvmw I E M .ee QQiiLMfi4ff1fG4rirL2 14 , ff' Q: Y, S - nl ,wi 'fr'-1 'Wg 'Quai-if.Pii,,2'-11.5 5132: m,K5P5' 'Q . gf N fn'-'J'14A H A . -'m v . .- , n w?-+ '1 l ,, .La n e! T T-"5 - HM , W9 an ,rf '- 5:7 45 f if-"'51i"9 : ffmfix ,1-Y'fT,r5- L f, f'i"'rv w 3 fl " If .f5"J,'f.vf1G,5f'g- f iw'-fW,Vfi,'f"lf..1:,W'TT'T' lla 34 W 'uf FACULTY WI-lO'S' wr-40 ' DICK HARDAGE AND SARAH CROOM W , QHQL :,,X, 3 :Seam I? 9 3 7 'MF I X4 Q 5' i ' I Q F, :fi if ax? E Xqk, A M-Q md 'Mix' ' W - w Nfl. , : .f . .. . ' A' .. 'WL' 4 4"ff L..A..,p,J .- L.- ....,,,AA..... ..,.:..,,..... - -Y - MCDST POPULAR I. D. SHIPMAN AND BILLY EARL ROSS KZX f-"3 P r I Y IEAN SMITH AND R. H. LAMER S EN ICR FAVQRITES DICK HARDAGE AND SARAH CROOM JUN were wwo RITES WU? I. D. SHIPMAN AND SHIRLEY BELCHER SQPHQMQRE FAVGRITES IOE FREEMAN AND PATSY ETTEB FRESHMEN FAVORITES ffi 12 1 xr , XY V x 'PA if 'X Ufjizixi, Mx WW? CACTUS STAFF First row: Barbara Robinson, Nancy Adams, Maribel Bare, Ella Ruth Yowell, Mary Post, Betty Post. Second row: Mr. Shelton, Sponsor, Bob McKinney, Iack Gillis, R. H. Lanier Blondie, Barnes, Iohn Morlan. Editor-in-Chief .,..... ,.......,..o. R oy H. Lanier Assistant Editor ....,.......,.,....,... .,,..,..., E lla Ruth Yowell Business Manager ...,o,.....,..w....,.o ..,..o,....,, I ohn Morlan Assistant Business Manager ..,..o.....r,os.,.,. .... I ack Gillis Assistant Business Manager ..,,..,......,.. Blondie Barnes Art Editor ...i.ii.....,.......,.,..,,.i....,.,. v.,........., B etty Post Art Editor ...,.,ii...,.,.iii.....r,,..,,..r ..i,. . .. Mary Post Typist ..ii......., i....,ii. M aribel Bare Sports ...,.,..,.i......iV......ii .....i,. B ob McKinney Snap Editor i...,....iii,i. ,,i. . . b ,i...,iii...i, Nancy Adams Assistant Snap Editor iiii. c.,.....c B arbara Robinson Sponsor ..,i.ii.,,,.bi......i,i,,, i.i,.. E rnest D. Shelton X PERISCCDPE STAFF First row: Mrs. Lawyer, Barbara Ella Robinson, Barbara Harkins, Nancy Adams, Shirley Belcher, Beth Leach, Iean Smith. Second row: Don Hopkins, Anne Stewart, Sally Croom, Francis Smith, Maribel Bare, Iean Kennamer, R. H. Lanier. Iean Smith ....., .................... E ditor Beth Leach ..............c......,.....,,.,............. Assistant Editor Sally Croom, lean Kennamer, Barbara Harkins, Shirley Belcher, Don Hopkins, Nancy Adams ......... Feature Editors R. H. Lanier .................................. ....... S ports Editor Francis Smith ......................................... ............ T ypist Barbara Robinson, Anne Stewart, Maribel Bare ................................... ...... R eporters Mrs. Lawyer ........ ........ - Sponsor . s Y w- V , . -------v---Y-v ---'Y-Y ,. .-..,..A ., , , W MASQUE AND SANDAL First row: Francis Smith, Barbara Harkins, Betty Post, Mary Post, Beth Leach, Iean Kennamer, Anne Stewart. Second row: Iohnny Whitmire, Shirley Belcher, Nancy Adams, Bob McKin- ney, lean Smith, R. H. Lanier, Iohn Morlan, Dorothy Mullins,,Gladys Maxey, Iackie Hays, Miss Wanda McLaughlin. Third row: Miss Bernice,MCCleller1, Don Hopkins, Maurice Gillis, Billy Earl Ross, Robert Scruggs, lack Gillis, Sally Croom, Blondie Barnes, Ed Harrell, Maribel Bare, I. D. Shipman, Runette Plowman. R. H. Lanier ......... .......,....... P resident Bob McKinney ...... ........ V ice-President lean Smith ...... ..................... S ecretary John Morlan .........................l.......... Busmess-Manager Miss MCClellen and Miss McLaughlin ..V,....... Sponsors g LETTERMEIXVSN CLUB G. A. Scruggs, Bob McKinney, Lloyd Barnes, R. H. Lanier, Iack Gillis, Frank Bennett, Iohnny Whitmire. lack Gillis .......,. R. H. Lamer .......... ....... Bob McKinney .. Iohnny Whitmire G. A. Scruggs President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor -W ivv-.--X------v V - ., V , .,Vv .Tv SEXTETTE , Nancy Adams, Mary Post, Betty Post, Barbara Harkins, lean Smith, Beth Leach Ella Ruth Yowell - Accompanist Robert Scruggs, Bob McKinney, R. H. Lanier, Iohn Morlan QU A RT E-T i I . STUDENT CGUNCIL First row: Ella Ruth Yowell, Runette Plowrnan, Iames Trigg, lack Hill, Mr Hollingsworth. Second row: Dick Hardage, Francis Smith, R. H. Lanier. Dick Hardage .,...r.. ,,...,,,r...r P resident Francis- Smith ..,...... ....... V ice-President Ella Ruth Yowell .,...... .c,,,,...,.,. S ecretary A. K. Hollingsworth ,...,, ........ S ponsor e 'QE Q BAND First row:,D. Haller, I. Haller, Onwiler, Kennarner, Post, M. Leach, Morlan. Second row: Iohnson, Belcher, Plowman, C. Leach, Iames, Vanclerpool, Etter Hutchenson, Stuart, Castle, Wallace, Wright, C. Iames, Kenly, Smith. Director - Dan Whitaker l hoo o X. ., Q. ' .7 .nh Q 24410 ' 13. U, .QP lL0IIr71,f0 Q 2: 1'-, l'f'6'r'91'Qd1,f?q3n.I' ,gn '- fo-HF' n.a'f'f"- H2951 +L 0 'q I N' Z- .Egg ' C"-f +wfrff'f9n f, . :ff 'Q'1M5'fv'?W P g . f fl , L ' 'R , U00 JU' f Q' -'PQLV' 623-L?Lir unix 1101: DQ -an-W7 1? Ad 1f15? Q' Ggifm ,. W? 1 ' W1 'A '1ffW'L""" U Y Q - 2 x K il Lx Q f Q P! if 1 l' W X f N. 1 s 4 3 4 5 ALL SQUAD First row: Shipman, Iohnson, Holland, Scruggs, Freeman, Rives. Second row: Morlan, McKinney, Barnes, Whitmire, Hardage. Third row: Scruggs, Coach, Gillis, Harrell, Lanier, Bennett, Carter. These Panthers have had the most successful year of their histor . They have the amazing record of 30 wins out of 32 games. They grave the equally amazing tournament record o'f three tournament wins out of four. The Panthers have first place tro- phies irom Old Glory, Trent and Merkel Tournaments. Our boys also have been on their share of all-tournament teamsg Lanier at Old Glory, Gillis and Harrell at Trent, and Gillis and Lanier at Merkel. The Captain of the Panthers xwas chosen at the end of the season. Xf ,.. an-gli. ,H . , , . , Af' srszmo A.C.H.S. ......., ,,,,,, , A.C.H.S. A.C.H.S. ,..,.,., ,.,,,, , A.C.H.S. ...,..,. ,,,,,, . A.C.H.S A.C.1-I.S. ........ ,,,,,, , A.C.H.S A.C.H.S A.C.H.S A.C.H.S. ....,... ,,,, , , A.c.H.s A.c.H.s A.c.H.s A.C.H.S A.C.H.S A.c.H.s A.C.H.S A.C.H.S A.c.H.s A.C.H.S A.c.H.s A.C.H.S A.c.H.s A.C.H.S A.c.H.s A.c.r-Ls A.o.H.s A.C.H.S A.C.H.S A.C.H.S A.C.H.S Hawley , v.. ,,vA., Hawley ...,A ...... Crews ,,.. ,.,, ...... 21 17 20 Crews ,.,,.,. ...... 2 U Avoca ..,.A., ,,,,,, 3 3 Avoca ,...eVw ,,,,,, 2 U Anson eee.... ,,,,,, 3 5 Anson .,..e.. ..,... 2 l Eula . ....,, ,,,,, , Winters .V... .rrr,. 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