Abilene High School - Flashlight Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

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X A3 ,Xl Ai y . x- A ,i iz A' ,K XXX rf P'-, iN mi N "A Athletic Editor Business Adviser STAFF Marjorie Weatherby, Io loyce Lonqley, Sam Nixon, Peqqy Martin, Donald Hanks, Katherine Anderson, Mary. Watson, Conner Culver, Gloria Norvell, Don- ald Bird, Don Daugherty, Martha Thompson, Lillie Vletas, Sue Williamson, and Louise Oliver. 1 5,1 gy .Q :qw- f a x 1 1 Y 5 3 A 1 sv f I fa ,sf v 1 r v Q 4. K ff' A f ,' M K 7' W 5 S , 1 iff , C, R at xx 4 fi ,V 3 ,I ' A i A 4. ' 1 5 I K . S X Q 5. in Q' , X 4 Vik ,gr y i X 5 4 at A 4 ap 4 'ff 'x' ' Q 4 3' N f , fs if 'P x 1+ it 4 ,S 8. X X- . Q ff 4 1+ W . px, f 1+ ' 2 51' Q X' 'L 2'- ? x 'Eff 5, A bl 9 . .. A TK? 5 '. ' Y ' 314 X gf: 1 f 422 Q ff " ,it ' Af.: E21 it 5 X Y Gif Q, . 1x,k ' ' - , KW? K W 5 Q12 f If .I Q 1 W Q, - + X "' N . , :,' ' , as - T ., :. 7- 0--. ' is 1214 i T 5,.q i i , jf ' K 3 M 1 N, 4 5 I 4 , I i 45? VJ K ,J nj H-gb Q 1 5 f s A S , K' 1 ff! , V- Q . b sf , , WA i x SE ,T A txlk ffgia- ,. s ' , V, DON B. WEATHERBY, B. A., M. A. Assistant Principal Adviser to the Bank, Bond Sales, cmd Golf Club '-PC Mr. Dcn B. Weatherhy, who 'L has dcne his utmcst tc prepare us tcr the duties cmd respcnsihilities ct future citizens, we dedicate this FLASHLIGHT tcr l943. Sincerity cnd diligence have been the cut- stcinding chardcteristics ct him dnd his wcrlq during the sixteen years that he has tdught gt .Flbilene High Schccl. We have scught this means tc shcw scme ct the appreciaticn and attecticn thcit We teel tcr this truly great teacher. llflrs. Don lg. Weatherby and lllll6lljO1fi9 tense I the T QXGS De S O ,wxembef T eficher Qarewmi THE YEAR 1943-TI-IE YEAR OE A WORLD AT WAR-HAS BROUGHT MANY NEW EXPERIENCES TO ALL OE US. NOT A FEW PLEASURES, AND EVEN THINGS WE CONSIDER NECESSITIES, HAVE BEEN DENIED US OR HAVE BEEN GIVEN TO US IN LIMITED QUANTITY. THIS BOOK SHOWS HOW THE WAR, SHORT- AGES, AND RATIONING HAVE AFFECTED THE WORK AND THE PLAY OE THE STUDENTS AND TEACHERS OE THE "CHAMPION SCHOOL OE ALL THE WEST." Guflfd C 00310012 Y C , 46176 129 fl S Choo! Cod Sf COT DS Officers and non-commissioned officers of the Boys Cadet Corps U16 Selma! ,Gives She stands A symbol of democracy And of freedom in America. She speaks, And from the records of humanity She fills the soul and mind With Wisdom and With courage. She teaches The joy of honour, faith, and fellowship These guardians Of lasting peace. v She stands A symbol of America And of freedom that is ours. David Richey Abilene High Svhwl Champion School of C111 the West F ll 'T Smfice Stars This page is dedicated to the service rnen, living and dead, ot Abilene High School CADET DENNIS ROSS FRANCIS SEAMAN FIRST CLASS S. G. GENTRY Died in plane crash in California U. S. S. Houston February 6, l942 Missing in action February 28, l942 PRIVATE ERNEST TRICE LIEUTENANT ALFO L. BAKER Marine Detachment Instructor of Victorville Flying School, U. S. S. Houston Victorville, California Missing in action Died in airplane crash February 28, l942 September l9, 1942 He thrills to danger, courts the wings of death, And adores to love. With lyric grace He caught a stricken flag to lift it high. He scofts at fear, nor is afraid to die. Vada Hart Webb. FRED KEATI-ILEY LIEUTENANT WILLIAM S. PENNINGTON Died April 23, l943 94th Fighter Squadron Santa Ana Army Air Base Died in airplane crash in England Santa Ana, California October ll, l942 W SERGEANT LEAHMON BRYANT I 422nd Bomber Squadron Killed in action over France December 6, l942 Posthumously awarded the Purple Heart CORPORAL C. M. ELLIS Company B, 562nd Sig. A. W. Bu. Killed in accident in Africa Ianuary Il, 1943 CORPORAL XIVALTER C. OUGHTON Died in airplane crash in Oliver Springs, Tennessee March 29, 1943 CORPORAL BILLY VIRDEN l3lst Field Artillery Died at Fitzsirnmons Hospital, Denver, Colorado February 21, l943 CADET WILLIAM T. I-IOLLIDAY Died in airplane crash LaGrange, Georgia March 31, i943 LIEUTENANT OWEN BAGGETT A , V 1 Q G First Pilot 9th Bombardrrient Squadron d L d mergcgn aug eerd TOUBH H, A 1 ,, Missing in Asiatic Area Squa ron ea er o econ qua ron, e s nge s March 31' 1943 GEORGE L. PAXTON, Ir., CLASS OF '20 Pledge of Allegiance 1- , PlEClSfL' LlllC9'lLlIlL'u.' In lllrl U Q ol' tlxe lluitegl Stutcs ull Amer i11'1Ll to ills Repulvlic rwz' wlxicl i siannls, rr11 Q Naliinwrx imlivisill Wlil1 lil, l'r' ty mul hjllstiu' lim' ll Admzhi fmfizm Y 5 Q '3 Qi Q 'a 5 S m Y 4' i ' - - nmw.zm1cxmf,a.aum.unumaa-.m + -- ,4-u-ymnn-.L .xsmza-n.'arzvmLn...:Hr.s.,pus.'ss4.::.Lv.-'zvmznmnfmnsamnmq 1 '-fruxbn . ' ' wx-sw-x.:.a1..:M.:.c.n'am:.saL..g, T' 1 v ' ff I 'J-1 Adminisfrnfivn SUPERINTENDENT L. E. DUDLEY M. A., LL. D. To the Class of 1943: No doubt many of you seniors in recent weeks have been taking stock- thinking of the training received in high school that will fit you for a place of usefulness in a world at war. At first thoughtjyour assets may appear to be few-a fair knowledge of English, a few historical facts and dates, a su- perficial knowledge of mathematics and science, perhaps the ability to type, and write shorthand, and at least a speaking acquaintance with numerous other subjects of doubtful practical value to the young person engaged in war work. Meager though your knowledge may be, you are well equip- ped if you have learned to apply yourself diligently to the task assigned, if you are strong physically, sound morally, and alert mentally. As you go out to help secure the blessings of freedom for the nations of the world, the best wishes of your teachers go with you. Sincerely yours, L. E. DUDLEY ,Adminisfrafim PRINCIPAL I-I. S. FATI-IERREE, B. A. In its moment of supreme crisis our country has asked of every citizen his utmost con- tribution ot preserve our nation. It has asked that able-bodied men of certain age man the battle front that other men and women form an adequate staff for the production front, and that all civilians maintain a home front, strong in morale for the crisis and in citizenship building for the future. In this picture of total mobilization, you young men and Women of Abilene High School have carried on in a very concrete Way. You have increased your drive for educational preparation by intensifying your studies and by wise choice of preparatory sub- jects. You have aligned yourselves with that unit of the Victory Corps in which you can best serve your country. You have organized and carried on an excellent physical fitness program. You have given hours of your time to Red Cross, bandage rolling, making of afghans, aiding in registration programs, serving in Home Defense work, present- ing programs for soldiers and USO units. You have contributed of your time and monev to salvage drives, War Stamp and Bond sales, USO, and other needed War Work. May your country find you ever Willing and pre- pared to give the maximum service which lies with- in your power and your country's need. Yours sincerely, I-IILLIARD S. FATHERREE '11 fldminisfrafivu MRS. EDITH C. SMITH, B. A., STUDENT COUNSELOR "Iam not so concerned to prove myself right as to be so." Trollope in these words sets a standard that we may well take for our own as we make the many decisions required from every citizen in a world at war. Whether to volunteer or wait to be drafted, whether to labor on a farm growing food for home and for lend-lease, or in a factory producing guns, planes, or chem- icals, whether to have a party or make surgical dressings, how to apportion income among food, clothing, entertainment, and Bonds and Stamps- all these are problems forced on you, students of Abilene High School, in this momentous year of l943. May you call to your aid moral courage, strength of character, power of endurance, and forsaking all selfishness, may you be led by your best inward convictions and be tried only in the court of your own conscience. Sincerely yours, EDITH C. SMITH Adminisfrafivn ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ICE C. HUMPHREY B. A., M. A. As I sit today at old desk Number 40 in the House ot Representatives at your State Capitol in Austin, my thoughts are turned to you, the tine young stu- dents ot Abilene High School, and I crave deeply to send something more than the formal communi- cation which the FLASHLIGHT statt invites me to send each year. Many ot you have stopped me in the halls, called me on the telephone, greeted me out in town, or patiently listened to me in the audi- torium. Our American Democracy depends on each of us learning and practicing the lessons of obedience to law, both the natural and man-made law. Obedi- ence is the core ot character. All high character depends upon inward obedience to moral law. My one supreme desire is for each ot you to be the loyal, obedient, and true American citizen which your country, school, and triends expect you to be. Sincerely your friend, IOE C. HUMPHREY Adminisfrafiau ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL D. B. 'VVEATI-IERBY, B. A., M. A. As the work of this year has progressed, I have observed repeatedly the general atti tude of the majority of our high school students, and it is indeed gratifying that proper and splendid consideration of responsibility toward war conditions have been shown. Seri ousness has prevailed, and yet ability to relax has been maintained. All along there has been strong evidence of willingness to co-operate and to become prepared mentally and physically. Occasionally we may observe some unworthy ef- forts of the careless and irresponsible, but the ref sponse toward corrective measures by the true and tried majority only serves to strengthen the long- held faith that l have had in the youth of our entire nation. To glance forward, we would all judge that the duties of world citizenship that are to be placed on the shoulders of our high school students of today are unusually heavy. Surely joys and sorrows alike are to be shared in the performance of these. Sin- cerity, diligence, and perseverance in all efforts will be necessary. lt is my hope that this war-torn world may emerge from this conflict a far better place in which to liveg that the privileges and pleasures of democratic living may be granted to all. I would extend to our youth the most sincere wishes for glorious success in efforts to stop totalitarianism and rebuild to a civilization that would know no such horrors as those of war. Sincerely yours, DUN B. WEATHERBY Mr. and Mrs. Roland Iones 1 Heard of Edumfian President Walter R. Iarrett and Mrs. Iarrett Mr. and Mrs. loe Smith Mr. and Mrs E B Free . Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. McAliste Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Pender Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCarty MEMBERS OP THE BOARD Mr. W. E. Iarrett, serving his tiith year Mr. A. A. McAlister, serving his second year Mr. E. B. Free, serving his fourth year Mrs. Roland Jones, serving her second year Mr. P. P. McCarty, serving his second year Mrs. H. A. Pender, serving her second year Mr. Ioe Srnith, serving his third year ' ' Mr. L. P. Cook, serving his first year FACULTY MR. VERNON I-IILLIARD, B. B. A, MR. W. K. BENTLEY, B. A. MRS. BEE SHACKELFORD, B. S. Director of Athletics-eFootbaiiYBoys Physical Training-Baskeibaii-Track Physical Training-Pep Squad-Girls Cadet Corps-Senior Adviser Cadet Corps-G an G MRS. LAVELLE HAYS, B. A. MISS ELINOR SIVLEY SecreiaIY Secretary 4 I t To you, the few to Whom We owe so much-the iew Who, during these troubled years, have been the steadyina hand which has guided us safely along the rocky path ot childhood- We offer our deepest and sincerest appreciation. 4 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL In this year of war, the Abilene High School Executive Council has been a credit to its school. In addition to its usual duties of sponsoring the hall patrol, milk fund, lost and found, school bank, and flower fund, it has spon- sored and carried on, with the fine co-operation of a loyal student body, scrap drives and victory book campaigns, as Well as War bond and stamp drives. These bond and stamp drives have come to Well over thirty thousand dollars. It is self-evident that the trust and faith given to the chosen delegates in this governing body composed of the students themselves is not misplaced. SAM HENRY SMITH , . , ....., President TOMMY WEBB .... I ..,. Vice-President IVIOLLY HINDS . . . ...,...,.,.., Secretary ICE BOB IAY .... .... S enior Representative DONALD BIRD . . . ,.,...,, Iunior Representative DAVID RICHEY ........ Sophomore Representative ROADSHOW PAN AMERlCA PARADES Uncle Sam A..A,.....,,.,, , ......,..,A,...... Hollis Manly Assistants to Uncle Sam , .Welton Lindsey and Kenneth Plurnlee Queen ....,.,...i... Bitsy Cfruver Cescorted by Ellison Gerlachl Senior Princesses Escorts Sophomore Princesses Escorts Bobbie Lou Landers ...,..,., Aubrey Cole Wanda Fain , r , . . . .Raymond Munden Elinor Sivley ..,..,, ...,. R ed Burditt Patsy Petty .....,.... Richard Dillingham 'Virginia Thompson ..,,.. . , ,Robert Lee junior Princesses Escorts Freshman Princesses Escorts Patricia Clark , . . ir.,,. , . , .lack Boles Dorothy lean Botkin ....,. ,.,i. D on Ieter Molly Hinds ..i.r.i.. Raymond Thomason Carolyn Grisham ........ Iohnny Gamble Lillie Vletas .,.. ,... i . .Dubb Duit Bobbye Milstead ..., L . loe Bob Iay Q i Q 41 A 395 f Qfiimw mmm, 3 if B .S 5 ' f Y 'Q Si GENE SPIRES President DORMAN FARMER Vice-President Scalar Owners MR. VERNON HILLIARD-MRS. BEE SHACKELFORD Advisers LESSIE NORVELL Secrelary MARY ANN NOLAND Reporler CLASS OF '43 EDITH ABBOTT National Thespians '41-'43: G an G '42-'43p Cadet Corps '43: Victory Corps '43 War Work: U.S.O.: Surgical Dressings: Red Cross College: University of Indiana Major: Aeronautics LLOYD ALFORD Boxing '42 College: Government Radio School Major: Radio Technician BILLIE LOIS AMAN Star Gazers '40-'4l: Glee Club 39-'4O: Band '40-'4Z: Orchestra 42 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: CLARA RUTH ANTILLEY Los Leales '4l-'42g G an G '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Gail Business College Major: Bookkeeping IOI-IN AXE Vice President Green Hand Chapter '40-'4l: Vice President Future Farmers '4l-'42: President Future Farmers '43 War Work: Agriculture Production College: Texas A 6. M Major: Engineering and Animal Husbandry BENNY BAILEY Tumbling '39-'4O: Basketball 39342: Tennis '39-'4l: Battery 42543: Dramatics '42-'43: Tour- nament Play '43: Football Man- ager '42: National Thespians '42- 43: Thirteen Masques '42-'43g Band '39 War Work: Stamps and Bonds College: Baylor University Major: Electrical Engineering DOROTHY ALEXANDER Star Gazers '39: Girl Reserve '40: Red Cross '40-'4l: G an G '42-'43p Cadet Corps '43g Victory Corps '43 War Work: First Aid: Stamps and Bonds: Book Drive College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: English COLLEEN ALLISON Foreign Correspondence '39- '4O: G an G '43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Home Economics IAMES ANDERSON Glee Club '42-'43: A Cappella '42-'43: English Club '41-'42 War Work: Scrap and Paper Drive College: Texas A 6 M Major: Electrical Engineering LENA ASHBY Foreign Correspondence '40- '41 War Work: First Aid DOROTHY AYERS Girl Reserve '39-'4O: Glee Club '40-'42: Pep Squad '41-'43: G an G '43 War Work: Stamps and Bonds College: Gail Business College Major: Secretarial Training MARY NELL BAKER Girl Reserve '39-'4O: Future Teachers '40-'4l: Los Leales '41- '42: Cadet Corps '42-'43: G an G '43 War Work: Afghans: Stamps and Bonds College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Secretarial Work 'img '- -4- J -, I il efxlx I -,,-..,..,Wg, .-3 -gif . . -- N X I I ff' lv' , , - -n u"l lwlll- -. wr " "' jg 'EP We - -- --A..-:..z!.' 4--gui-.. g A-,-,gn 5 A 1 fl-u-'Q - -er 1.11211-31,-- L 1 CLASS OF '43 MARGARET BALCH Cyclodrama '39-'4Og A Cap- pella '42: Personality Girls '42- '43p Glee Club '39-'4l: G an G '42-'43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Music I-IARWELL BARBER Basketball '39-'43g Boxing '4l- '42g Foreign Correspondence '39 War Work: Cadet Corps College: Texas A 15- M Major: Business Administration BUREN BETTERTON Football '39-'42: Model Air- plane '39-'40 College: Texas A G M Major: Mechanical Engineering MAXINE BISHOP Art Club '39-'4l: G an G '42- '43: Battery '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Abilene Christian College Major: Bible TOMMY BLAKNEY National Honor Society '42-'43g Band '39-'43: Sons and Daugh- ters ot Legionnaires '39-'4l: Swing Band '43g Band Drum Ma- jor '42-'43: Student Council '39- '4l: National Honor Society President '43 War Work: Victory Corps College: Texas A 61 M Major: Engineering ETTA BONTKE Sons and Daughters of Legion- naires '39-'4Ug Los Leales '41-'43 War Work: U.S.O. College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration V' SARAH BALLARD Cyclodrama '40-'4lg Glee Club '40-'42: Student Council '40-'4l: Pep Squad '41-'42y G an G '42- '43: Personality Girls '42-'43: President Personality Girls '43 War Work: Afghans: U.S.O. College: Abilene Christian College Major: English MORRIS BATTLE Band '4lp Treasurer junior Academy of Science '4l: Vice President junior Academy of Sci- ence '42 War Work: Cadet Corps '43g Victory Corps '43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Chemical Engineering FRANCES BEVERS junior Red Cross '40-'4lg Girl Reserve '39-'4O: G an G '43 War Work: Home Nursing: Victory Corps College: Texas University Major: Secretarial Training MARGIE BLAIR Embroidery '40-'4l: G an G '-43: Student Council '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Draughon's Business College Major: Business Administration R. H. BLANKS College: Abilene Christian College Major: Business Administration FLORENE BOWEN Embroidery '4O: G an G '42- '43: Girl Reserve '40-'41 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Aeronautics f X I hi-"""' t -5 p Y"j1'fpQ M. - -...-,,-K , ,g a- ff gl jilariilzili:liu:l1:u::ruu 2 izmn. ' f ri , -r .1-.4--A ' f- I--'ur : -. - - , 14.1 -'-W ' r CLASS OF '43 EDWIN BRAHANEY National Thespians '41-'43: Stage Crew '4l4'42: Cyclodrama '39-'41 War Work: Stamps and Bonds: Cadet Corps College: Texas University Major: Chemistry BILL BREII-IAN Band '39-'42: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: Ten Per Cent Club College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Aeronautical Engineering C. F. BRIGGS Band '39-'43: Future Farmers '40-'41 War Work: First Aid: Texas Defense Guard College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Aeronautical Engineering BILLIE LOUISE BROWN G an G '43: Personality Girls '41-'43: Los Leales '4l-'42: Glee Club '4l-'42: Cyclodrama '39-'4lg Pep Squad '40-'48 War Work: Stamps and Bonds College: Texas Tech Major: Business Administration LUCY ANN BRYANT Glee Club '39-'4l: Fine Arts '39-'4l: Pep Squad '424'43 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Business Administration QUENTIN BUCI-I Flashlight '39-'43: junior I-Ii-Y '40-'4l: I-Ii-Y '42-'43: National Honor Society '42-'43: Vice Presi- dent National Honor Society '43: Secretary junior Hi-Y '4lp Editor Flashlight '43 War Work: Texas Defense Guard College: Texas University Major: Mathematics BOBBY BRASELTON Band '39-'4O: Photography '41- '42 College: Georgia Tech Major: Architectural Engineering BOBBIE LOUISE BREWSTER Los Leales '4l-'42: G an G '43 War Work: Afghans College: Texas Tech Major: Business Administration CALVIN BROOKS Golf Club '39-'4lg Latin '4Op journalism '4O: Diversified Oc- cupations '42-'43 College: U. S. Marine Corps Major: Marine YNEZ BROWN Embroidery '39-'4Og Glee Club '39-'43: Girl Reserve '40-'41 College: Texas Tech Major: Public School Music V. E. BRYANT Tennis '40-'4l: Band '41-'43 College: McMurry Major: Business Administration ROBERT G. Stamps '39-'4O: National For- ensic League '4O-'43g junior Hi-Y '40-'4l: National '43 BUCKLES I-Ionor Society War Work: First Aid: Texas Defense Guard: Cadet Corps College: Texas University Major: Mechanical Engineering ,N lilly' '- -ML J , 1 t f' 1 I .-,----'ff ,fail ,,.. N .lg .- , e ..nixmanl L-lui .tuflll N ,U of -4.-.df . . gg X ,num ds, :Ai LLLu.'Lj.J'- L CLASS OF '43 CHARLES BULLOCK War Work: Military Drill College: University of Texas Major: Civil Engineering KENNETH CAMPBELL Diversified Occupations '41-'43 College: U. S. Air Corps Major: Flying ALVINA CARRILLO Future Teachers '39-'4Og Girl Reserve '40-'4lg Glee Club '40- '4Ip G an G '43g Victory Corps '43: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: USO College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Physical Education PATRICIA CLARK Cyclodrama '39-'4lg Personality Girls '41-'43p G an G '43g Pep Squad '41-'43 War Work: Home Nursingg Surgical Dressings College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Home Economics LESTER CLEMMER Cadet Corps '43 College: Texas A G M Major: Engineering BETTY IO COATS Girl Reserve '39-'40g Radio Guild '40-'4lp Los Leales '41-'42g Cadet Corps '43g G an G '43g Pep Squad '42-'43 War Work: Surgical Dressings: Scrap Drive College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Mathematics Y l l RED BURDITT Hi-Y '4I-'43g Science Club '38- '4U: Football '40-'43g Basketball '41-'42g Track '42y Cadet Corps '43y Tennis '39-'40 War Work: Scrap Drive: Bonds and Stamps College: Texas A G M Major: Architecture TOM CARPENTER N.F.L, '39-'43g Model Airplane '39-'4Og Radio Guild '39-'4lg De- bate '39-'40p Science '41-'43: Stage Crew '41-'43p National Thespians '41-'43g Student Coun- cil '42-'43g junior Hi-Y '40-'4Ig Hi-Y '42-'43g Cadet Corps '43 War Work: Texas Defense Guard College: Texas A G M Major: Mechanical Engineering lUNE CHORN Girl Reserve '3934U: Los Leales '40-'42: P e p S q u a cl '40 - '43y G an G '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration ANNA VERNE CLEMENT Glee Club '39-'42: A Cappella '41-'43g Band '40-'4lp National Honor Society '43 War Work: Afghans College: Abilene Christian Major: Music BURTON CLIFTON Photography '41-'42g Glee Club '40-'43g A Cappella '40-'-437 Stu- dent Council '4Z-'43: Science '39- '40: Victory Corps '43 College: Texas Tech Major: Civil Engineering HELEN COATS Star Gazers '39-'4O: Radio Guild '40-'42q Cadet Corps '43: Pep Squad '42-'43 War Work: Surgical Dressings: Scrap Drive: lunior Red Cross College: Stephens Major: Dietetics i Q .ne ,ff w'Yrw' K---- -' " Exrs- ff ., , , ,, "1 ' lil.ni:I::l.1rliu:l1::n::n.j. :-Q 4-:mm ,-yga, Y V R SL., F- I .cz-LL ,--,,. .... ' . 2'.iL.z:.44-L 4 CLASS OF '43 DOROTHY COFFMAN I.M.P. '39-'4Og Glee Club '40- '42g Cyclodrama '40-'4lg Person- ality Girls '41-'43p G an G '43g Home Nursing '4l-'42 College: McMurry Major: Business Administration RICHARD COLLIER Band '39-'43: Bank '41-'43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Science BILL COLLINS Bicycle Club '39-'4O: Football '41 War Work: Victory Corps College: Texas A G M Major: Mechanical Engineering LORA LEE COOK N.F.L, '4l-'43g National Thes- pians '39-'43: G an G '43: Stu- dent Association '39-'427 Thirteen Masques '42-'-13: Glee Club '39- '42: Declamation '40-'437 Pep Squad '40-'42g Stage Crew '4I- '43 War Work: Afghans: Victory Corps College: University of Indiana Major: Aeronautics and Dramatics IOI-IN CRUTCI-IFIELD Band '38-'43: Orchestra '39g Model Airplane '38-'42: Cadet Corps '43: National Honor So- ciety '42-'43p Student Council '43g Sons and Daughters of Legion- naires '38-'40 War Work: Texas Defense Guard: Packing Surgical Dress- ings College: U. S. Army Air Corps Major: Flying Officer KATHLEEN DAVIS Travel Club '39-'4O: Foreign Correspondence '40-'4l: G an G '43g Art Club '41-'42: Student As- sociation '4U-'43: Historian Stu- dent Association '40-'43 College: Texas State College tor Women Major: Costume Illustration GLYNN COLLETT Girl Reserve '39-'4Ug Star Gaz-- ers '40-'4lg Pep Squad '42-'43: G an G '-13: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration ANNE COLLINS Stamp Collectors '39p Life Un- der the Microscope '40-'4lg lun- ior Red Cross '40-'4l: Girl Scouts '40-'42: G an G '43 College: University of Texas Major: Range Management MILES COLLINS Star Gazers '39-'4Og Tumbling '39: Student Association '39 College: Randolph Field Major: Aeronautics E. B. COX Spanish Club '39-'4l: Band '40- '4l7 F.F.A, '42-'43 War Work: Food Production College: Texas A 5: M Major: Agriculture DOROTHY CUTBIRTH Band '39-'42: Orchestra '40-'43g G an G '43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration BETTY DELANO Tennis Club '39-'42g Sports Club '39-'42g National Honor So- ciety '42-'43: G an G '43: Cadet Corps '43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration ,.,r1. "' L J -. fl TQEHL ,- ---""i"Q' " ts: . ' 4 , u.t. . , , n i mam ill! Ig I I QW' - - . . , . .,.-..-,-.?f .. . l:-' illii "' " Au" I -x 'rl-.ce ,, I ' '- u--. :.,'5:L.:-qw -L t . A.-1. CLASS OF '43 CLARA FAYE DEUTSCI-IMAN Glee Club '4l-'42: G an G '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps: Surgical Dressings College: West Texas Nurse Training School Major: Nursing DOROTHY DOWDY Cyclodrama '39-'4O: Glee Club '40-'43g Pep Squad '4l-'43p Na- tional Thespians '39-'43g Thirteen Masques '43: G an G '43: Back o' Curtain '39-'4Oy Declamation '4l-'43: Victory Corps '43 College: Abilene Christian College Major: Dramatics IOYCE DRUMMOND Radio Guild '4O- '42: F.F.A. Sweetheart '41-'43: G an G '43: Vice President G an G '43 War Work: Afghans College: Texas Tech Major: Secretarial Training ROBBIE DEAN DUNCAN National Thespians '39-'43p Student Council '42g G an G '43: Stage Crew '39-'42: Cyclodrama '39-'4Og Victory Corps '43 War Work: Afghans College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Dramatics MAXINE EASTIS Girl Reserve '39-'4O: Radio Guild '40-'42g G an G '43 War Work: Afghans College: Gail Business College Major: Business Administration IESSE LLOYD EDMONDSON Band '39-'43: F.F.A. '40-'4l College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Aeronautical Engineering 'Hit ESTI-IER DOTSON Student Council '40-'4ly Glee Club '4l-'42: A Cappella '42 College: Bethany Peniel Major: Music LARRY DRISCOLI. Cadet Corps '43: Victory Corps '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Notre Dame Major: Medicine WINNIE DUDLEY Foreign Correspondence '39- '4Ug Glee Club '39-'4O: Art Club '40-'4lg Ready Writers '39-'4lg Quill and Scroll '4l-'43g Vice President Quill and Scroll '43: National Honor Society '424'43g Battery '4l-'43 War Work: Cotton Picking: Stamps and Bonds: Scrap Drive College: Baylor University Major: English GLORIA DUNN Cadet Corps '43: G an G '43 War Work: U.S.O. College: Chicago Art Institute Major: Commerical Art MARIORIE ECHOLS G an G '43g junior Academy of Science '40-'4l War Work: Bonds and Stamps: Afghans College: Abilene Christian College Major: Business Administration WILLETTA ETI-IRIDGE Girl Reserve '39-'4O: Embroid- ery '4O-'4l: G an G '43: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings: Bonds and Stamps College: Hendrick School of Nursing Major: Nursing y1. Ull I9 i'x X smlzn K id- 1 lf. " , ' fvfas- '- 'fs-----,- fl ,phivr fx- g ,V .i T - 5 V,,.. 221 Hu Ll V ., L. - -. W NW-,,., , ..e:,,,f, ,...- I .-:gg-revs" -1- ..- CLASS OF '43 VIRGINIA EVANS Girl Reserve '39-'4U: Los Leales '40-'4ly G an G '43 College: Gail Business College Major: Business Administration MARTHA FARR Extemporaneous Speech '39- '4O: Debate '40-'43: Orchestra '40-'43: Back o' Curtain '39-'4l: National Forensic League '40-'43: Treasurer N. F. L. '42: Secretary N. F. L. '43: G an G '-435 Na- tional Honor Society '42-'43: Nae tional Thespians '4l-'43: Chair- man Victory Committee '43g Stu- dent Council '43 War Vforkx Land Division Vic- tory Corps '43g Home Nursing College: Stephens Major: Speech BOBBY FIELDER National Thespians '42-'43: De- bate '39-'4l: N. F. L. '39-'43: Student Council '40-'4l: A Cap- pella '43: Sons and Daughters oi Legionnaires '39-'4l: Band '39- '4Z: Hi-Y '42-'43 War Work: Cadet Corps: Texas Defense Guard College: Baylor University Major: Engineering FAY FOSTER Glee Club '4l-'42: G an G '43 College: Abilene Christian College Major: English MARY FRANCISCO Foreign Correspondence '39: Girls Band '39-'43: Band Presi- dent '43: Orchestra '40-'43 War Work: Afghans College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Instrumental Music DON FRYDENBERG Model Airplane '42y Archery '39 War Work: Cadet Corps College: Texas A G M Major: Engineering DORMAN FARMER Football '40-'43: Basketball '40- '43: Hi-Y '42-'43g First Aid '4lg National Honor Society '43 'War Work: Part-time job: Vic- tory Corps: Cadet Corps College: Texas University Major: Petroleum Engineering IO ANNE FEDERBUSH G an G '43 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Business Administration NORMAN IO FORMAN Star Gazers '39-'4l: G an G '43 War Work: War Stamps and Bonds College: Abilene Christian College Major: Business Administration MARY LOU FOSTER G an G '43 College: Gail Business College Major: Secretarial Training RAYMOND FRAZIER Back 'o Curtain '39-'4O: Turnb- ling '40-'4l: Photography '41-'42 War Work: Stamps and Bonds College: Texas A G M Major: Aeronautical Engineering ANITA GILBERT G an G '43 College: Baylor University Major: Dramatics 43.13-f'X ,.f.-ff-"""s. u a X '- -.Ag J K l ,S it , , -,---f-'ae ." 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CLASS EUDERA GOLDSMITH J Futmea'chersP'39:P nEmbroid- ery Club '4O: Spanish Club '4l: Glee Club '41-'-42: Pep Squad '41-'43: G an G '43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: English ROBBIE DEE GOODRICH G an G '43: Cyclodrama '39- '4l: Pep Squad '40-'43: Person- ality Girls '43: Los Leales '39- '4l: Senior Queen '43: Flashlight Oueen '43 War Work: Stamps and Bonds College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration DICK GRANT National Thespians '4O: Tennis Club '40-'4l: Cyclodrama '40-'4Z: Football '4O: Track '40-'42: Glee Club '40-'4Z: A Cappella '4l War Work: Scrap Metal Drive: Cadet Corps College: Texas A G M Major: Animal Husbandry FRANKIE GRIFFIN Red Cross '39-'4O: Los Leales '41-'42: G an G '43: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings: Afghans: War Stamps College: Draughon's Business College Major: Secretarial Training VIRGINIA GRIFFING Glee Club '4l-'43: Cyclodrama '42: National Thespians '43: Pep Squad '41-'43 College: Southern Methodist University Major: Aeronautics ANNETTE GRUBBS Foreign Correspondence '39- '4U: Glee Club '39-'42: Cyclo- drama '40-'4l: Pep Squad '40-'42: Personality Girls '42-'43: Secre- tary-Treasurer Personality Girls '437 G an G '43: Student Coun- cil '4l-'42: National Honor So- ciety '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Baylor University Major: English in OF '43 DOROTHY GOOCH Foreign Correspondence '39- '4U: Los Leales '4l: Quill and Scroll '42: Battery '41-'42: G an G '43: Spanish Paper '41-'42 War Work: Home Nursing: Red Cross Knitting: Stamps College: Baylor School of Nursing Major: Nursing BILLIE GRAHAM Foreign Correspondence '39- '4O: G an G '43: Los Leales '40- '42 College: Gail's Business College Major: Business Administration MARIE GRAY G an G '43 War Work: Home Nursing: Surgical Dressings College: Baylor Medical Uni- versity Major: Nursing IOHN GRIFFIN Sons and Daughters of Legion- naires '4l: Student Council '4O: Band '39-'43: Hi-Y '43: Orches- tra '4l: National Honor Society '43 War Work: Army Division oi Victory Corps College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Medicine ION ANN GRISHAM G an G '43: Glee Club '39- '42: Cyclodrama '40-'42: National Thespians '42-'43: Thirteen Masques '43: Battery Business Manager '43: Pep Squad '40-'43: Stage Crew '43: Iunior Academy of Science '4l-'43: '42-'43: Quill and N. F. L. '43 War Work: Air ion Victory Corps College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Science and Speech Declamation Scroll '42-'43: Service Divis- DONALD I-IANKS Flashlight '43: Victory Corps '43: National Honor Society '43 War Work: Stamps and Bonds: Rationing College: Texas A 5- M Major: Chemical Engineering g'X,f Kali: -' "fe PM - 13-2-i n - -QT'-----.,, .fjl-tj Un. L M 2,4 f, , I -I.: luuuumm - W -1- if W' it " l -II! f,,,,i'.-' 1- l "fri-:LTI -4-L' ' - U1-t. .'s:'.:.,.f A 0 vAL -4 ,..- CLASS OF '43 EDDIE FAYE HARBER G an G '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps Married FRANCES HARP Latin Club '40-'4l: G an G '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Gail Business College Major: Business Administration WAYNE HARRISON Photography '40-'4l: Public Address System '4l-'43 College: Texas A :St M Major: Electrical Engineering and Communication ANNIE HARVEY Glee Club '41-'42: Girls Band '39-'4l: Future Teachers '40-'4l: G an G '43 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Home Economics IMOGENE HASSEY Foreign Correspondence '4O: Home Economics '4l-'42: Glee Club '40-'42: Battery '42-'43: Na- tional Honor Society '43 War Work: British War Relief: First Aid: Scrap Drive: Key Drive: War Stamps College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration DOROTHY HAYNES Pep Squad '40-'43: G an G '43: Homemaking Club '4U: Glee Club '4l-'43: Student Council '4U: A Cappella '43: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: Victory Corps: Scrap Drive: Cotton Picking: Ra- tioning College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration RAY HARDWICK Future Farmers of America '40- '43: President of Green Hand Chapter '40-'4l: Future Farmers Watch Dog '42: Future Farmers Treasurer '43 War Work: Farming: Victory Corps College: Texas A G M Major: Agriculture RUTH HARRISON Cyclodrama '39-'4O: Back o' Curtain '40-'41 War Work: U. S. O.: Stamps and Bonds College: Houston School ot Music Major: Music LOUISE HARRUP G an G '43: National Thes- pians '43: Victory Corps '43 War Work: U. S. O. College: Oklahoma University Major: Psychology MARIAN HARVEY Pep Squad '41-'43: Girl Re- serve '39-'4l: Los Leales '4l- '4Z: Glee Club '42-'43: G an G '43 War Work: Home Nursing College: Hendrick School of Nursing Major: Nursing IOYCE HASSEY G an G '43 College: McMurry College Major: English LA IUAN HENDERSON G an G '43: Glee Club '41- '42 War Work: Scrap Drive: Sur- gical Dressings College: Draughon's Business College Major: Business Administration 1-4,UL-li -,assi-ffie 4 ' . .,.- ,1-nr I I I 43- it N -n:E .ttnxmull ii mv by Je, . ... . .,,,.,. ,.u5 amid-0 A 1-lynn A warg! ' -4 1-fuvif.-32:1 : ll I J CLASS ROB HENDERSON Band '39-'42: A Cappella '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps: Scrap Drive College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Aeronautical Engineering GENEVIEVE HENSLEY Personality Girls '42-'43: Pep Squad '41-'42: G an G '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings Married S. C. HERRING, lr. junior Red Cross '39-'4Og Sports '40-'4l: Glee Club '42-'43g A Cap- pella '42-'43g Victory Corps '43p Cadet Corps '43: National Honor Society '43 College: Texas A 6. M Major: Petroleum and Mechanical Engineering MARY RUTH HIGGINS Radio Guild '39-'4U7 Foreign Correspondence '40 - '4l: P e p Squad '40-'43: Glee Club '4l-'43y Personality Girls '42-'43g G an G '43g Student Council '39-'41 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Speech MOLLY HINDS Foreign Correspondence '39- '4O: Secretary Freshman Class '39-'4U: Cyclodrama '40-'4lg Sophomore Class Oueen '40-'4lp Student Association '40-'43: Sec- retary Student Association '42- '43: junior Class Reporter '41- '42g Football Sweetheart '4l-'42g Pep Squad '40-'43: G an G '43: Secretary Pep Squad '42-'43p Vic- tory Corps '43: Personality Girls '41-'43: Flashlight '41-'42 War Work: Bonds and Stamps: Rationingy Surgical Dressings College: Texas Tech Major: Business Administration CORLIS HOLT Travel '39: Battery '4l: Cadet Corps '42-'43: Sports Editor Bat- tery '42-'43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: journalism am, OF '43 ALENE HENLEY Fine Arts '40-'4lg Pep Squad '40-'4l: A Cappella '4l-'43: Per- sonality Girls '4l-'43: Sextet '42- '43g Glee Club '39-'42: G an G '43y Student Council '39-'4ly Ex- temporaneous Speech '39-'41 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Baylor University Major: English HENRY HERMANN Latin Club '39 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration CLARICE HIGGINS Girls Band '42-'43: Drum Ma- jorette Girls Band '42-'43g Na- tional Thespians '4l-'42: G an G '43 War Work: Scrap Drive College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration WANDA LOU HILL Girls Band '40-'43: G an G '43: junior Red Cross '40-'43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration MACK I-IOBBS Model Airplane '39-'42 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: U. S. Army Air Corps Major: Pilot IULIA MAE HOOD G an G '43g Girl Reserve '39- '40 College: Gail Business College Major: Bookkeeping U Tw' ' fix, Ill .ll ld nu.u..m1u i L ,AA 3 ,525 -34 -Q--.., .4 2.4 1' "Q -Q I F" -E ' I I' 'Y ..'wV ' F' I V4 1' if V .. -. - ...----'-' ' ,Q X4 MQ'-. , g maggie L.-L. , Y .H ,few -ug. -f-,, . v.. --- " CLASS SELMA HOOD Short Stories '39-'4U: Embroid- ery '40-'4lg G an G '43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Secretarial Training HUGH HORN, lr. Public Address System '41-'43p Social English '40-'41 College: Texas A G M Major: Mechanical Engineering HELEN HUMPHREY Glee Club '41-'42g G an G '43g Dramatics '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Baylor University Major: Interior Decorating BOBBYE IACKSON Ouill and Scroll '43g Battery '42-'43: G an G '43 Married PETE IOHNSON Cadet Corps '43 College: Yale University Major: Business Administration HAROLD IONES Model Airplane '39-'4U: EEA, '40-'42 War Work: Farm Production College: United States Air OF '43 BETTYE HORN A.A.A. Collectors '39g Pep Squad '39-'43g Personality Girls '41-'43y G an G '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Southern Methodist University Major: Speech DOROTHA HUFSTEDLER Embroidery '40-'41 College: Abilene Christian College Major: Secretarial Training LORNA HUNTER Glee Club '42-'43g G an G '43: A Cappella '42-'43 War Work: Bonds and Stamp: College: Abilene Christian College Major: Library Science IOE BOB IAY N.F.L. '39-'43g National Thes- pians '39-'43: Vice-President NCI- tional Thespians '42-'43: junior Hi-Y '40-'4l: Vice-President jun- ior Hi-Y '40-'4lg l-Ii-Y '42-'43g Stu- dent Council '39-'43g Executive Council '39-'43g Radio Guild '39- '4l: Debate '39-'4Og Declamation '39-'43y Tournament Play '4l-'42y National Honor Society '42-'43 College: Massachusetts lnstitute of Technology Major: Chemical Engineering IOY IOHNSTON Girl Reserve '39-'4O: Back o' Curtain '39-'4lg G an G '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings: Bonds and Stamps College: McMurry Major: Business Administration VVALLACE lORDAN EEA. '42: Glee Club '42 War Work: Texas Defense Guard College: Texas A :S M Major: Mechanical Engineering Corps Major: Aircraft Mechanics ,,-.-f 5-rr.. ., ,- 5"' ,N fi, Y-in - M . . ima -ua uuzuzail ulisllixlillt if I I qv if .a , ,El M2555 1 X , ,A, T 4 l A CLASS OF '43 LOYD KEITH F.F.A. '41-'43 War Work: Food Production College: Texas Tech Major: Engineering PHIL KENDRICK A Cappella '4I-'43g Tennis Club '39-'4l: Cyclodrama '40-'4l7 National Thespians '40-'43: Presi- dent National Thespians '42-'43: Glee Club '39-'42: N.F,L. '40-'437 Thirteen Masques '42-'43p Foot- ball '4l-'42p Debate '40-'43g Dec- lamation '39-'43 War Work: Victory Corps: Scrap Drive College: Abilene Christian College Major: Theology DORIS KEYES Glee Club '42: G an G '42- '43p Girls' Tennis '40-'43: Victory Corps '43p Cadet Corps '43: First Aid '42: National Honor Society '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings: U.S,O.: First Aid: Home Nursing College: University ot Texas Major: Commercial Art MARILYN KIMBLEY Fine Arts '40-'4lg Pep Squad '40-'4l: A Cappella '40-'43: G an G '43g Band Sweetheart '42-'43: Glee Club '39-'42g Stu- dent Council '4Og Debate '4O: Foreign Correspondence '39-'40 War Work: Cotton Picking College: Ward-Belmont Major: Speech TRUMAN KIRK Stamp Club '39p Los Leales '40- '4lg Sports Club '4l College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: History and Government IENNELOU KUEHN Red Cross '39-'4Ug A.A.A. '40- '4l: Glee Club '4l-'42: C1 an G '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings: British War Relief: Scrap Drive: Stamps College: Texas Christian University Major: Interior Decorating ' 1 META ALICE KEITH Social English '39: Foreign Cor- respondence '4U-'4lg Personality Girls '42-'43: G an G '43: Los Leales '41-'42g Pep Squad '4U- '43: Battery '42-'43: Glee Club '4I-'42 College: Ward-Belmont Major: English GEORGE KERR A Cappella '42-'43g Quartet '42 War Work: Texas Defense Guard College: Abilene Christian College Major: Music BILL KIKER Sons and Daughters of Legion- naires '39-'4Op Model Airplane '39-'4lg Football '39-'43: Basket- ball '40-'4lg Track '41-'42 War Work: Scrap Drives College: University of Texas Major: Aeronautical Engineering INEZ KIMBROUGH Girl Reserve '39-'4l: Glee Club '40-'43 College: Draughon's Business College Major: Stenography LOWELL KNIGHT Band '40-'43: Orchestra '42 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Texas A G M Major: History BILLIE IANE LACKEY Glee Club '40-'42: Foreign Cor- respondence '40 College: Abilene Christian College Major: History 'ff Q " x, L-s-"' ,523 51 'g-- . - zu "--f--L '57 U l I l tIll't'I "lkI iuiuux' . , Y mu ,, --, W2 15? W' at In - - '42 -1 - I tw, 1- -a 'Girl-1'-""" ,. Q , , A fjjxafs-'Zn 'F' A A vg,Q":,-'- 'A CLASS OF '43 GENE LAVENDER War W'ork: Bonds and Stamps BILLY BOB LEWIS Band '39-'43: Orchestra '4l-'43: President Orchestra '42-'43: Swing Band '42-'43: National Honor Society '43 College: I-Iardin-Simmons University Major: Music IO IOYCE LONGLEY Glee Club '39-'43: A Cappella '42-'43: Flashlight '43: G an G '43: Cadet Corps '43: Lt. Cadet Corps '43: Foreign Correspon- dence '394'4O: Fine Arts '40-'4l: Victory Corps '43: National Hon- or Society '43 War Work: British War Relief: Surgical Dressings: Cotton Pick- ing College: Texas State College for Women Major: Interior Decoration IO ANNE LUTHER Tennis '39-'4O: Pep Squad '40- '43: Cyclodrarna '41-'42: Glee Club '4l-'43: Personality Girls '41-'43: G an G '43 War Vtforkz U. S. O. Oollege: St. Paul's Hospital Major: Nursing KENNETH MCBEATI-I Back o' Curtain '39 War Work: Farm Production College: Texas University Major: Law HOWARD MCCOOK Battery '4l-'42 War Work: Texas Defense Guard College: Abilene Christian College Major: Business Administration f DOROTHY LEI-IR Girl Reserve '39-'4O: Tennis 40: Pep Squad '40-'43: G an G 43 War Work: Afghans College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration GLORIA LINDSEY Pep Squad '42-'43: Glee Club '39-'42g G an G '43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Home Economics RAMONA IO LOWRIE Girl Reserve '39: Pep Squad '39-'4l: Battery '42-'43: Home Making '39-'4U: G an G '43 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Secretarial Training VADA RAY MCADAMS Glee Club '4l-'43: G an G '43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Home Economics BYRON MCCLANAI-IAN Band '41-'42 College: Texas A G M Major: Aeronautical Engineering BILL MCDANIEL Hi-Y '41-'43: Football '4l"43: National I-Ionor Society '43 War Work: Cadet Corps - College: Texas A G M Major: Chemical Engineering an Htl? ' lf IIB! -djfff ,- :' - A -----1' Q'-f -"g f if K , r.--' 4 ., ,Ire .,V , -- -.uuu:A:mlnl::.lmlll- Tx, Q: ' ' ':':- A-ez.-Mg, , IJ Iii --A---.cpm ..--.- ., I-.-s 'M 1421-2-3, L , ' CLASS OF '43 CALVIN MCINTOSH Debate '39-'43: Radio Guild '39-'4l: Cyclodrama '40-'4l: Na- tional Thespians '39-'4l: National Forensic League '39-'43: Stage Crew '39-'4O: A Cappella '43 War Work: Defense Committee College: Baylor University Major: Law DIXIE MARIE MCLEAN G an G '43 War Work: Stamps and Bonds College: Draughon's Business College Major: Business Administration BARBARA MCQUARY Latin Club '40-'4l: Student Council '42: Glee Club '39-'4l: Battery '41-'43: G an G '43: A Cappella '43: National Honor Society '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: journalism ANN MALLETT Girl Reserve '40-'4l: G an G '43 CNllege: Texas University Major: Mathematics ANITA MARTIN Girl Reserve '39-'4O: G an G '43 War Work: Home Nursing '40- '4l: Victory Corps College: Draughon's Business College Major: Secretarial Training PEGGY IEAN MARTIN Pep Squad '4l-'43: G an G '43: Glee Club '4l-'43: National Thespians '42: Student Council '42: Flashlight '43: National Hon- or Society '43 War Work: Red Cross Knit- ting: Cotton Picking: Scrap Drive: Stamps and Bonds College: McMurry Major: Business Administration ' Ca n 1 BILLY MCKINNEY First Aid '41-'42 College: Texas A G M Major: Civil Engineering MILTON MCMINN College: Hardin Simmons University Major: Pre-Medicine ROSALIND MacDONALD Glee Club '4U: G an G '42- '43 War Work: Afghans College: Denver University Major: Nursing IO NELL MANGUM Home Economic Club '40-'4I: G an G '43: "GU" Club '43 War Work: General Victory Corps: Surgical Dressings College: Texas State Teachers College Major: Dietetics BOBBYE MARTIN Red Cross '39-'4U: Star Gazers '40-'4l: Battery '41-'42: junior Academy of Science '41-'42: G an G '43: Band '41-'42 War W'ork: Cadet Corps: Bandage Folding College: Texas State College for Women Major: Science DOROTHY MEAD Foreign Correspondence '39: A Cappella '42-'43: Personality Girls '42-'43: President Person- ality Girls '43: Glee Club '39- '42: G an G '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Hardin-Simmons University . Major: English 11:1 U t -,- A El' W- 0. 'Q--at---V .gf :ga A -K -1 bf Q Imp I I 1 -lu llEIHlll - se: hl ' pa:-lit ,,,-q-.f,- I "-':i-nf-'M' r- t 2-ye., .ugnzlsv A A --' ...- CLASS MONTA MIDDLEBROOKS Sons and Daughters of Legion- naires '39-'4U: Foreign Corre- spondence '39-'40g Cyclodrama '40-'4lg Pep Squad '40-'43g Per- sonality Girls '4l-'43: Glee Club '41-'42 War Work: Stamps and Bonds College: Texas Tech Major: Business Administration GLORIA MILLER Girl Reserve '39-'4l: Glee Club '42-'43: G an G '43 War Work: Home Nursing '42 College: Draughon's Business College Major: Stenographer LOWELL MILSTEAD Band '39: Diversified Occupa- tion '40-'43 College: Abilene Christian College Major: Electrical Engineering ROBERT IO MONK Cadet Corps War Work: Air Division tory Corps College: Curtiss Wright Technical Institution Major: Aeronautical Engineering Vic- BOB MORTON Football '42-'43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Mathematics KATHRYNE MYATT Glee Club '39-'42: A Cappella '42-'43: Sextette '42-'43: National Honor Society '43 College: University of Texas Major: Music OF '43 DEAN MILLER Band '39-'4l7 Stage Crew '41- '43: National Thespians '4l-'43: Manager Stage Crew '42-'43: Iunior Hi-Y '4l College: University of Oregon Major: Aeronautics ROSEMARY MILLSAP G an G '43 War Work: Red Cross Work College: Abilene Christian College Major: Business Administration LOUISE MOHR Girl Reserve '40-'4l: G an G 43 War Work: U. S. O.: Red Cross College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration TOM ROGER MORRIS Cadet Corps War Vtfork: War Stamps College: Texas A 61 M Major: Animal Husbandry IUNE MORTON Girl Reserve '40-'4l: G an G '43 War Work: Stamps and Bonds: Cadet Corps College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Mathematics SAM NIXON Latin Club '40-'4ly National Thespians '4l-'43: Extemporan- eous Speech '40-'4lp Sports Ed- itor Flashlight '43: Student Coun- cil '42g National Honor Society '43 War Work: Scrap Drive: First Aid College: Texas A 5- M Major: Pre-Medicine ,N Ittiw ' -4-J'o ,1'T A' i:'L ',,,j,--.....fK, f 722, ,, F .-gg i-iua:w:llli.sl::l:iik1lllt I I QT-' . .,.,. .,rf::.:. . A R, ,na l -'- :4.4LL'A .1-VY" A ' CLASS MARY ANN NOLAND Back o' Curtain '39-'4l: Quill and Scroll '41-'43: Secretary Quill cmd Scroll '42-'43: Ready Writers '39-'42: Battery Editor '43: Battery News Editor '42: National Honor Society '42-'43: Reporter G an G '43: Reporter Senior Class '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Texas University Major: journalism IO ANNE NOTT Pep Squad '40-'43: I. M. P. '4U: Glee Club '39-'43: Flashlight Salesman '42-'43: Extemporan- eous Speech '4l: G an G '43: A Cappella '43: National Honor Society '43 War Work: Sea Service: Vic- tory Corps College: Texas State College for Women Major: Business Administration ROBERT PAGE Stamp Collectors Club '39: Short Story Club '4U: Glee Club '39-'4l: A Cappella '4l-'43: Boys Quartet '42-'43: National Honor Society '42-'43 National Thes- pians '43: Battery '40-'43 War Work: Key Drive: Vic- tory Corps: Victory Book Cam- paign College: Abilene Christian College Major: journalism TAYLOR PAUL Golf '39-'43: Basketball '40-'43: National Honor Society '4l-'43: Hi-Y '41-'43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration DONALD PIERSON National Thespians '42-'43: Cy- clodrama '4l: Stage Crew '42 College: University of South- ern California Major: Medicine VENICE POPE Girl Reserve '39-'4O: Glee Club '40-'43: A.A.A. '40-'4l: Los Leales '4l-'42: P e p Squad '41-'43: G an G '43: Secretary of G an G War Work: U. S. O.: Stamps and Bonds College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration r OF '43 LESSIE NORVELL Foreign Correspondence '39- '40: G an G '43: Cyclodrarna '40-'4l: Personality Girls '42-'43: Pep Squad '40-'43: Chairman of Checkers, Pep Squad '43: Or- chestra '39-'42 War Work: U. S. O.: Victory Corps: Stamps College: University of Southern California Major: Interior Decorating ALLYCE OLIVER Radio Guild '39-'42: G an G '43: Quill and Scroll '43: Bat- tery '42-'43 War Work: Home Nursing: Red Cross: U. S. O. College: Draughon's Business College Major: Business Administration LUCILLE PAUL Radio Guild '39-'4O: G an G '43 War Work: Red Cross: Ai- ghans College: Gail Business College Major: Business Administration MARY RUTH PEARCE junior Red Cross '39-'4O: A.A.A. '40-'4l: Girl Scout '39- '43: junior Academy ot Science '42-'43 War Work: Surgical Dressings: Victory Corps: Home Nursing: First Aid: 60 Hours College: Texas University Major: Nursing EVERETTE PITTMAN Band '39-'43: Orchestra '41-'42 War Work: Cadet Corps: Cap- tain of Cadet Corps: Victory Corps College: Texas University Major: Civil Engineering CHERRY POWERS G an G '43: Cadet Corps War Work: Surgical Dressings: Stamps and Bonds College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Home Economics I L .Q J,Jf?ilG ,iff ----, - '. To -1 F-F .. fl, ' tlfjritnil IIliElHiIiiitnvn : - 3-- ... - j ' s" .. h x.,-A.. - ' ' ' f-:i'll- . QR- - I -fgiuk I- -- CLASS OF '43 STEVE POWERS Glee Club '39-'43: Future Farm- ers '39-'4O: A Cappella '4l-'43: Sons and Daughters of Legion- naires '39-'40 War Work: Machinist School College: Abilene Christian College Major: Animal Husbandry IO RANCIER G an G '43: Student Associa- tion '43 War Work: First Aid: Home Nursing: Home Conservation College: University of Texas Major: Business Administration ERMA LEE RICHARDSON Girl Reserve '39-'4O: G an G '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: Gail Business College Major: Business Administration HAL RIVES College: Texas A 51 M Major: Civil Engineering DORIS ROWELL Future Teachers '39-'4O: Tennis Club '40-'4l: G an G '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps: Afghans College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration CECIL RUDLOFF Tennis '40-'4l: Band '40-'4l War Work: First Aid College: Kentucky Military Institute Major: Aeronautical Engineering IASMINE QUARLES Cyclodrama '39-'4l: Pep Squad '40-'43: G an G '43: Glee Club '4l-'43 College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration BETTY IO RICE Glee Club '39-'42: Spanish Club '40-'4l: Embroidery Club '39-'4O: G an G '43 College: Abilene Christian College Major: Music PATTY RIDDLE Debate '39-'42: junior Decla- mation '4l-'42: Senior Declama- tion '4l-'42: N. F. L. '39-'43: Treasurer N. F. L. '42-'43: Na- tional Meet, Humorous Declama- tion '4l War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: University of Texas Major: Law MARIANNA ROGERS G an G '43 College: McMurry Major: Secretarial Training DAVID RUDD Model Airplane '39: Glee Club '4l: A Cappella '42-'43: Cadet Corps '43: Victory Corps '43 College: University of Texas Major: Medicine PAT SAILORS G an G '43: Victory Corps '43 College: Stephens Major: Music ,www .al J - 'J ni ein: , -----""fg r ws: , , -:1 - X - iz- , , , .rnarwaalr,luIlii1llF uf lf f-..AA,,v .4 1 l::,: r----1.45 J, ..,. A V V Y Nlli.-N ' " -H-'Z-Lf' TLFL . A CLASS OF '43 IUANITA SCI-IAEFER G an G '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps EUGENE SCOTT Football '39-'4l: Radio Guild '40: First Aid '38-'39 War Work: Cadet Corps College: Texas A 5- M Major: Electrical Engineering DUB SHIELDS junior Hi-Y '4l: Football '39- '43: Track '4l-'42: Basketball '41- '42 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Texas A G M Major: Physical Education MELISSA SMITH A Cappella '43: Sextet '43: Glee Club '43: G an G '43g Na- tional Honor Society '43 War Work: Scrap Drive: Vic- tory Corpsg Surgical Dressings College: Texas Tech Major: Music PAUL SMITH junior Academy of Science '42- '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Texas University Major: History DAN SORRELLS junior I-Ii-Y '4lg Declamation '43: Hi-Y '43: Stage Crew '43g Thirteen Masques '43: Flashlight '40-'4Zg Student Council '40-'4Z: Checker Hall Patrol '42g Hall Patrol Chairman '43: National Thespians '41-'43: National Hon- or Society '43 War Work: Texas Defense Guard: lst Lt. Cadet Corps College: California Institute of Technology Major: Chemical Engineering VT ELAINE SCHANBACHER G an G '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Draughon's Business College Major: Bookkeeping WALTER SI-IERWOOD Band '42-'43p Model Airplane '39-'40 College: Texas A Gr M Major: Animal Husbandry LEONARD SKIPPER Future Farmers of America '40- '43 War Work: Scrap Drive College: Gail Business College Major: Business Administration NED SMITH War Work: Government Work College: Abilene Christian College Major: Meteorology SAM HENRY SMITH N.F.L. '39-'43: President N.F.L. '42g National Thespians '40-'43: Iunior I-Ii-Y '39-'4lg President Iun- ior Hi-Y '4lp Hi-Y '42-'43: Stu- dent Association '4l-'43: Radio Guild '40-'41g Thirteen Masques '43g President Thirteen Masques '43: State Champion Extemporan- eous Speaker '4l: State Charn- pion Debater '42g National Honor Society '42-'43: Declamation '437 Stage Crew '4l-'43: President Student Council '43 College: Texas University Major: Law GENE SPIRES Sports '39-'40: Basketball '40- '43: Hi-Y '41-'43: Football '40- '43: Track '40-'43: President I-Ii-Y '42-'43g President Senior Class '43: Secretary-Treasurer Hi-Y '42 War VVork: Victory Committee: Cotton Picking: Stamps and Bonds College: Rice Major: Physical Education Q, -he -'.-dau L.--- f , '- ff- E I ' Pi ' lu-mililllill liu:ll::l:aantui5?l,i-P,:,,2,.. I-.-:Ui , xi- f- I "Luk "H" 4 X .' . 44314 f' CLASS OF '43 ANNIE RUTH STALLINGS G an G '43 College: New England Conservatory Major: Music WILLIE LOIS STEPHENS Girl Reserve '39e'4U: G an G '437 National Honor Society '43 War Vlfork: Red Cross College: Draughon's Business College Major: Business MARY IO STORMAN Glee Club '39-'4ly Fine Arts '39-'4O: Pep S q u a d '4l-:43: G an G '42-'43g President G an G '437 National Honor Society '43 War Work: Atghans College: Gail Business College Major: Business Administration JAMES TATE Football '39-'4O: Star Gazes '4l War Work: Ship Building with Consolidated Steel Corporation, Ltd. College: Texas A 6. M Major: Petroleum Engineering RAYMOND THOMASON, Ir. N.F.L. '39-'43y National Thes- pians '39-'43: Pep Leader '42g Basketball '4l-'43: Football Man- ager '42-'43: junior Hi-Y '39-'4U: Cyclodrama '39-'42g Glee Club '39-'42: A Cappella '43g Senior Declamation '42: Iunior Declarna- tion '4O: Radio Guild '39-'43g Stage Crew '39-'4Og Thirteen Masques '43g Student Associa- tion '39-'4l: Executive Council '4l College: University ot Texas Major: Dramatics BETTY THORNTON Girl Reserve '39-'4U: A.A.A. Collectors '40-'4lg Los Leales '4l- '42p G an G '43 War Vlorkz Afghans College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: English DORA BETH STEELE G an G '43 War Work: U. S. O. College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Spanish BILLIE RAY STEWART Flashlight '39-'42: Battery '42- '43: National Honor Society '43 College: University ot Texas Major: English EDNA STOVER Girl Reserve '39: Secretary Girls' Tennis Club '40-'4l: Quill and Scroll '42g G an G '43g Bat- tery '4l-'42: Student Council '4l War Work: Stamps and Bonds: U. S. O. College: Draughon's Business College Major: Business Administration BILL THOMAS Band '4l: Stage Crew '4l-'4Z7 A Cappella '42-'43: Glee Club '4l-'43 College: University of Texas Major: Business Administration MARTHA THOMPSON G an G '43: Flashlight '42-'43g First Aid '42p National Thespians '42-'43y National Honor Society '43 'War Work: Surgical Dressings: Rationing College: Mary Baldwin Major: Iournalism and Speech HOLLYCE TRANTHAM G an G '43y National Honor Society '43 ' War Work: First Aid College: Hendrick School ot Nursing Major: Nursing Miss' -,,,11"'.s,J'1.4-K 14111 . 'J 5 I -.----H-' 1- -A -- .Eggs . -A ,-'Iii'-1'75 , ., -.1--MY I I U N' ..-nEh 'M'WWll l.l.. l v E rxv Qi' :ti A - .WM M l I -t pg .r-...':4-11231-6.-gage., I R ,gryx-,xx m'i.LQ wr,-'uvgt-.-Eifi I " CLASS OF '43 CHARLES TRICKEY Football '4l-'43g Track '42p Hi- Y '424'43: Vice-President, Future Farmers: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: War Bonds and Stamps College: Texas A 61 M Major: Animal Husbandry REUBEN TYE Cadet Corps '42-'43 War Work: Victory Corps College: Parks Air College Major: Airplane Master Mechanics LILLIE VLETAS Cyclodrama '39-'4ly Glee Club '39-'43: A Cappella '42-'43g Soph- omore Secretary '4lp Pep Squad '40-'43: junior Secretary '41-'4Zy junior Queen '42g Field Marshal Pep Squad '43p Student Council '4O: President Pep Squad '43g Personality Girls '4l-'43: G an G '43 War Work: Victory Corps College: Texas State College for Women Major: Designing TOMMY WALLACE Cadet Corps '43 College: Texas A 61 M Major: Mechanical Engineering L. I. WARD Model Airplane '40 College: Abilene Christian College Major: Economics MARIORIE WEATHERBY Glee Club '39-'42: A Cappella '42-'43g Foreign Correspondence! '39-'4O: Fine Arts '4O: National Honor Society '42-'43: Pep Squad '4lA'42y Student Association '39- '4O: Senior Editor Flashlight '43: G an G 'f-13: Treasurer G an G '43: Librarian A Cappella '43 War Work: Red Cross Knit- ting: Sea Division Victory Corps: British War Relief Collgee: Baylor University Major: Interior Decorating 'AV' DOLLY TRIPP G an G '43: Art '40-'4lp Girls Glee Club '40-'41 War Work: Victory Corps College: McMurry Major: Art C. M. VADEN First Aid '41-'42 College: Texas University Major: Chemical Engineering DURA MAE WALDROP Radio Guild '39-'4l: Spanish Club '41-'42y Glee Club '42-'43g G an G '43 War Work: War Stamps and Bonds College: McMurry Major: Pre-Medicine LAVINIA WARD Glee Club '39-'43: A Cappella '40-'43g Girls Trio '42: Girls Sex- tette '43: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: Victory Corps: Key Drive College: Texas Tech Major: Animal Husbandry DE ALVA WATKINS Embroidery Club '39-'4O: Los Leales '41-'42g G an G '43 War Work: Afghans College: Draughon's Business College Major: Secretarial Training TOMMY WEBB N.F.L. '39-'43: President '43, Cyclodrama '39-'4U: S t u d e nt Council '42-'43: Vice-President Student Council '43: Executive National Honor Debate '39-'42g Speech '42-'43: Council '42-'43: Society '42-'43: Extemporaneous Radio Guild '39-'4O: Iunior Hi4Y '4Ug A Cappella '43: Flashlight '43 War Work: Scrap Drive: Head General Division of Victory Corps College: Baylor University Major: Law g .nu- fjfefz vm mg------g, Ax 'jg x.':u-- +I- e, ""' "' ii j M49 2- ' CLASS OF '43 S. C. WHITAKER Ready Writers '42 College: Texas A G M Major: Civil Engineering GLORIA WILHITE Glee Club '40-'4l: Girl Reserve '39-'4O: G an G '43 Wark Work: Stamps and Bonds College: Draughon's Business College Major: Comptornetry BERL WILLIAMS Band '39-'43: lst Lieutenant Band '42-'43 War Work: Cadet Corps '43: lst Lieutenant Cadet Corps College: Texas A :St M Major: Engineering STEVE WILLIAMS Model Airplane Club '39-'40 War Work: Cadet Corps '43 College: Texas A 5 M Major: Engineering LOUISE WILLIS Sewing Club '39-'4O: Photog- raphy Club '41 War Work: Cadet Corps College: McMurry Major: Business Administration ALTON WILSON National Honor Society '43: Quill and Scroll '42-'43: A Cap- pella '42: Extemporaneous Speech '40-'4l: National Forensic League '40-'43: Short Story Club '4O: Stu- dent Council '39-'4l War Work: Texas Defense Guard: Gas Rationing College: Texas University Major: journalism C. G. WHITTEN Football '42: Star Gazers '4U: Radio Guild '4l: Glee Club '4l: Dramatics '4l: Boxing '42: Ten- nis '4O: Hi-Y '42-'43: Vice-Presi- dent of I-Ii-Y '42 War Work: Defense Construction College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Law ALICE WILLIAMS A Cappella '42-'43: Reporter A Cappella '43: Glee Club '40- '4Z: Fine Arts '4l: Pep Squad '41-'42: Flashlight '4O: Battery '43: G an G '43: Quill and Scroll '43: National Honor Society '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings: Girls Cadet Corps: Captain Cadet Corps: Cotton Picking: Sea Division Victory Corps College: Texas University Major: Dietetics EARL WILLIAMS Band '39-'43 College: University of Mexico Major: Pre-Medicine CHARLES GRANT WILLIS Band '39-'43: Student Council '40-'4l: Sons and Daughters ot Legionnaires '39-'4O: National Honor Society '43 War Work: Cadet Corps College: Texas University Major: Chemical Engineering L. L. WILLS Bicycle Club '39-'4O: Sports Club '40-'41 War Work: Post Exchange College: Texas University Major: Law DUB WINKLES Stamp Collectors '38-'39: Foot- ball '39-'43: Basketball '40-'43: I-Ii-Y '41-'43 War Work: Delivering Ice College: Texas University Major: Physical Education .-. n v' xml J .. 'Ii e? P H---""S,l' 'D' T NQ? . H I I -' .'1g- . H . .A utnsrnmull url.: .I-Gllli l I qw' ..r..-i. -.:.1-. -lie... A g it-3-s ' -1 -wx-'gi-ivi g " Pvt!!!-V -V i CLASS OF '43 HORACE WILSON Lite Under the Microscope '4lg Latin Club '39: junior Academy of Science- '42p Cadet Corps '43 College: Baylor University Major: Law MARTHA WORK Foreign Correspondence '39: Fine Arts Club '42: Pep Squad '40-'42g Glee Club '39-'4Zg G an G '43: Chairman Milk Fund '43: Student Council '42: National Honor Society '43 War Work: Stamps and Bonds, Surgical Dressings College: Southern Methodist University Major: Social Science LUCILLE BLEVINS Girl Reserve '39-'4O: G an G '43g Battery '43 War Work: Stamps and Bonds College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Business Administration DUBB DUFF Football '39-'43g Track '39-'43: Hi-Y '41-'43: A Cappella '43: Glee Club '42: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: Victory Corps College: Texas A G M Major: Architectural Engineering H. L. FOSTER War Work: Victory Corps College: Texas A 6: M Major: Electrical Engineering OTIS HARVEY Band '39-'43: Orchestra '40-'43g Sons and Daughters of Legion- naires '4l: Assistant Conductor of Girls Band '43g AHS Swing Band: National Honor Society '43 College: Vandercook School of Music Major: Music 'Cali IOHN TOM WINNIFORD Football '39-'42: junior I-Ii-Y '40-'4l: I-Ii-Y '43: Future Farmers of America '42-'43 War Work: Stamps and Bonds: Ranch Work: Keeping Physically Fit College: Texas A G M Major: Animal Husbandry DONALD YARBRO Model Airplane Club '40-'4l: Eagle Band '39-'43g 2nd Lt, Eagle Band '41-'42: Captain of Eagle Band '42-'43: Orchestra '40-'42: Librarian of Orchestra '42' Na- 1 tional Honor Society '42-'43: Stu- dent Council '42 War Work: Scrap Drives College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Music KATHLEEN DAVIS Travel Club '39: Foreign Cor- respondence '4U-'4I: G an G '42- '43: Art Club '41-'42g Student Council '4l-'43: Historian Student Council '41-'43 College: Texas State College tor Women Major: Costume Illustration REBECCA FLORES Glee Club '41-'43: G an G '43y War Work: Afghans College: McMurry Major: Spanish IEWEL GALLE Girl Reserve '39-'4l: G an G '43: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps: Surgical Dressings College: Draughon's Business College Major: Secretarial Training TINY RUTH I-IELLER Pep Squad '41-'43p G an G '43y Girl Reserve '4Op Cadet Corps '43: Glee Club '42 War Work: Surgical Dressings College: john Shelley Major: Nursing I 1-A 1 -1:1 'f . , ffm: -. ---.. .97 ga A '--2--an 'mg ' ' 'lllthlll iilkl liuu umn - .. ,er gang' ll i , HJ.. ,- pig-Ui , Q1 ,., I M.,,ks '15'.-.1e..--- I- , X- q41'."iBU1.5. .fn rf , 4 ...,,:1:-- - CLASS OF '43 IOE LEE HITT I-Ii-Y '43: Cadet Corps '43 War Work: Essential Industry College: Hardin-Simmons University Major: Architectural - Engineering VERBA CEE IACKSON G an G '43 War Work: Afghans College: john Tarleton Agricultural College Major: Business Administration PEGGIE LOCKHART Flashlight '39-'4O: Radio Guild '40-'4l: Glee Club '40-'42 War Work: Stamps and Bonds College: McMurry Major: Bible PHILIP MARSH Cadet Corps '43 College: Pennsylvania State Major: Forestry DALLAS PERKINS junior Geologists '4l: Boys Glee Club '40-'42: A Cappella '42 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Army Air Corps Major: Flying Officer BILLY DERR Future Farmers ot America '40- '43 - War Work: Bonds and Stamps: Cadet Corps College: Baylor University Major: Mechanical Engineering ELLEN ILAND Ready Writers '43: G an G '43 War Work: U. S. O. College: University of Michigan Major: journalism CATHERINE jOI-INSON Cyclodrama '39-'4l: Extempo- raneous Speech '39-'42g Glee Club '39-'4O: Sons and Daugh- ters of Legionnaires '39-'4O: G an G '43: National Forensic League '43: Lost and Found '41- '42: Student Council '40 War Vlork: Surgical Dressings: Bonds and Stamps College: Texas University Major: Business Administration MANUELA MENDOZA junior Red Cross '39: Girl Re- serve '4l: G an G '43: Cadet Corps '43g Victory Corps '43 War Work: Surgical Dressings: Arghans College: Draughon's Business College Major: Business Administration IACK MILLER junior Geologist '39-'4l: First Aid '41-'42 War Work: Cadet Corps College: Texas A G M Major: Petroleum Engineering PAULETA RUTI-IERFORD Foreign Correspondence '39- '4O: Personality Girls '42-'43: Pep Squad '40-'43: Vice President Pep Squad '43 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Draughon's Business College Major: Business Administration STANLEY I-IINNANT Band '40-'4Ig Sports '40-'4lg Track '42 War Work: Bonds and Stamps College: Baylor University Major: Aeronautical Engineering WSF E gy ll Ll I l..lt lg I Eg g 1 I I H--,,-.-'Q f x ff' 1 1 I , we ' .. . V -.rr -'-- 4:::. if . ,A . . . .,.e...,k1. K lui M A V M s .- -, DOING OUR BEST T ff i its A T25 x - 3 yn 1 wrt Q 1 in The sale ot bonds and stamps . . . Scrap to Tick the faps . . . Break it up boys-Wit all goes to war! . . . The juniors were patriotic, too . . . Making aighans . . . The leaders ot the Victory Corps . . . This bag weighs exactly 73 pounds . . . Rolling bandages tor the Red Cross. Ol' K , wnsx N' v L' 5 if 2 . ii? T , i 9 r X, Q 1 if 'fm ' 91 is E, 2 AQ i f 553 MF ,, gg IIMMY COOPER President MR. L. C. KING MISS WINNIFRED PFAFF Advisers IUNIORS AT PLAY juniar 0Mvcrs ED YATES Vice President ROSEMARY' HAMBRICK Secretary DONALD BIRD Reporter CLASS OF '44 VONCILLE ADAMS BETTY IO ANHLLEY Preference: Skating Preference: Shows War Work: Red Cross WRT Work: Surgical Dressings KATHERINE ANDERSON Preference: Fun War Work: Stamps and Bonds WAYNE AUSTIN BILLIE RUTH AYERS Preference: Hunting Preference: Green War Work: Stamps and War Work: Surgical Bonds Dressings RICHARD AYERS Preference: Hunting War Work: Stamps and Bonds ALICE BALLARD DEE ANNIS BARLOWi Preference: Singing Preference: Swing Music War Work: Stamps and ' War Work: Red Cross Bonds ,Knitting ANN BALLARD Preference: Popular , Music 1 War Work: Stamps and Bonds SHIRLEY BASS DANNIE BEASLEY Preference: POPU1C1f Preference: Good Music M11SiC War Work: Rolling War Work: Singing for Bandages Soldiers BILLIE BAXTER Preference: History War Work: Making Bandages ,, : x BILLIE IO BILLINGTON DON BROOKS Preference: Eating Preference: Playing War Work: Stamps and Football Bonds War Work: Cadet Corps SUE HELEN BRADSHAW Preference: Dancing War Work: Red Cross Knitting R. L. BROWN SAMMIE BUSTER Preference: Playing in Preference: Dancing Band War Work: Stamps and War Work: USO Bonds IUDY BRYANT Preference: Football Games War Work: Cadet Corps xx 1' 'E nr if ' :xt-, - ' 1 I 1 1,.a,:"v' -R Qtfmila-R HEP .wggegt -Q 1:14 lang: file!! Nnzfx A W 5671: mm- U -'H'inL.N,I -Q ,Ly , bei C6 5 L S CLASS OF '44 CHARLES CAMPBELL BARBARA CASEY Preference: Boxing Preference: Movies War Work: Texas War Work: Stamps and Defense Guard Bonds l. Q. CARTER Preference: Fishing War Work: Stamps and Bonds IAMES HARVEY CLARK IOYCE COX Preference: Noise Preference: Having War Work: Stamps and Friends Bonds War Work: Victory Corps FEDDY RUTH COLE Preference: Red War Work: Stamps and Bonds CONNER CULVER BETTY DANIEL Preference: C Card Preference: Good Books 'War Work: Victory War Work: USO Corps FRANCES DALTON Preference: Chocolate Sundaes War Work: Stamps and Bonds EARL DARDEN WAYNE DEAN Preference: Hunting Preference: Photography War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds TOMMY DAVIS Preference: Mathematics War Work: Stamps and Bonds RICHARD DILLINGI-IAM H. A. DOZIER Preference: Football Preference: Parties War Work: Stamps and War Work: Victory Bonds Corps WALLACE DOBBS Preference: Hunting War Work: Cadet Corps BILLIE DEAN DUNLAP ANNE ETHERIDGE Preference: Pineapple Preference: Bicycling Pie War Work: Victory War Work: Stamps and Corps Bonds EDWARD ENGEL Preference: Swimming War Work: Stamps and Bonds 1 Alr "sPi7f'J I 'Q 01' U' WY, !,-., f I mfg.- t X 3 f 3 ,f X fe Q 9...-su: - l -'- - Q , In IL- iilf 7 725 ff ::l?5""4"Q"t':"l l l -.--. .Mp :W 4 17 , - qv , 4 f uxviijglrjgfa - - gtg , , X . ' A 4 CLASS OF '44 FRANK EVERTS MILDRED FAULKS Preference Aeronautics Preference: Good Books War Work Stamps and War Work Bonds Bonds WANDA FAIN Preference: Stenography War Work: Stamps and Bonds FINCHER MATTYE BLANCHE Mechanical FLETCHER Preference: Playing Stamps and Piano War Work Stamps and Bonds DUDLEY FISH Q ix X xt, Preference: Playing x XX Football War Work: Work at Air Base LOLA FONVILLE IOE FRANCIS Preference Goocl Music Preference Swimming War Work USO War Vtfork Starnps and Bonds REESE FOSTER Preference: Music War Work: Stamps and Bonds IIMMIE GILBERT LA VERNE GREENE Preference History Preference Happy War Work Stamps and People Bonds War Work Cadet Corps DARLENE GRAVES Preference: Popular Music War Work: Stamps and Bonds EUGENE GRESHAM IACK HARDY GRISSOM Preference Sportsman- Preference Football ship Wark Work Agriculture War Work Canteen ROBERT GRISHAM Preference: Photography War Work: Stamps and Bonds ROSEMQARY HAMBRICK RALPH HARDY Preference Eating Preference Football War Work Cadet Corps War Work Stamps and Bonds IUDY HARDY Preference: Skating War Work: Surgical Dressings "KX f s'k lf ef " 4 ,jll:tw ssS9QmvQ3,F:? i'?:!'liE -M7, CLASS OF '44 HAROLD HARVEY Preference: Dancing War Work: Stamps and Bonds PHLETUS HENDERSON. Preference: Mystery Books War Work: Stamps and Bonds IYRELDYNE HENDERSON Preference: Blue War Work: Surgical Dressings IANE HICKEY Preference: Skating War Work: Stamps and Bonds DOROTHY HILLMAN Preference: Good Books War Work: Bonds Stamps and DAISY HICKS Preference: Walking War Work: Bonds CHRISTENE HOLLEY Preference: Something to do War Work: Home Nursing Stamps and ADALEE HOLMES Preference: Popular Music War Work: Bonds Stamps and LAUNA HOLLOWELL Preference: Adventure Stories War Work: Stamps and Bonds IENNYE RUTH HOOPER Preference: Skating War Work: Stamps and Bonds NETA IEAN HOPKINS Preference: Music War Work: Stamps and Bonds MABETH HOPKINS Preference: Going to th: Show War Work: Collecting Tin Cans WANDA HOPKINS Preference: Mystery Stories War Work: Stamps and Bonds IEANE HOWARD Preference: Sport Clothes War Work: Stamps and Bond: MARY HOUGHTON Preference: Eating War Work: Cadet Corps MARY ALICE HOWLE Preference: Movies War Work: Stamps and Bonds DAVID HUNT Preference: Quiet War Work: Stamps and Bonds WANDA HUFFMAN Preference: Swing Music War Work: Stamps and Bonds J 'X' ll ln Ml 'ia w al' lab' .Wm 'Eli Lwl Car at' , ,,..: 434 v-. g ,, h y J -. 5 1 ' 4.1.4-an - I 3, ,, """- eff '-Iviw. fe "wif: mf: W? '---r, in-M0 f'--'ali' 6 'W' w ' A wan A - . A .. Q' CLASS OF '44. ELIZABETH IOHNSON IOHNNIE LOU IONES Preference: Friendly Preference: Movies People War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds GEORGE IONES Preference: Hunting War Work: Stamps and Bonds IUANELL IONES ELSIE KILGO Preference: Pingpong Preference: Dancing War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds ONA B. IONES Preference: Navy War Work: Community Service ANN KING DESA LEE LAIRD Preference: Chocolate Preference: Aviation Malts War Work: Stamps ancl War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds BUDDY KORMAN WAYS Preference: Football War Work: Morse Code BILLY LADAS NELL LAWSON Preference: Celery Preference: Receiving War Work: Stamps and Letters Bonds War Work: Knitting CLIFTON LAWHORNE Preference: Music War Work: Sea Service BETTY IANE LEA DUWARD LEVERETT Preference: Dark Brown Preference: Eagle Band War Work: Stamps and War Work: Boy Scouts Bonds ROBERT LEE Preference: Eating War Work: Stamps and Bonds VIRGINIA LEWIS BILLY LINDSEY Preference: Skating Preference: Mathematics War Work: Stamps and Vtlar Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds PEGGY LITTLE Preference: Popular Music War Work: Stamps and Bonds ' x . I '. f it 4. was ' 4' 'WT '55, , . . GG -M Egan.:-gh ku. .mSqL4F,, T: it 'ff CLASS OF '44 MARIANNE MCCLURE HUNT MCKINLEY Preference: Good Preference: Music Orchestras War Work: Victory War Work: Cadet Corps Corps RAY MCGLOTI-ILIN Preference: Football War Work: Bonds and Stamps DARLENE MACKEY BETTY MAYFIELD Preference: Shows Preference: Dancing War Work: Bonds and War Work: Red Cross Stamps KAY MARSHALL Preference: Uncle Sam War Work: Iunior Red Cross GLENN MEEKS MARIE MILSTEAD Preference: Fishing Preference: Boogie War Work: Victory Woogie Music Corps War Work: Bonds anc Stamps MARY ELIZABETH MEEKS Preference: Sport Clothes War Work: Bonds and Stamps RAY GENE MIMS O Preference: Steaks Prefer nce: ey Mille: War Work: Cadet Corps War r Bonds anc Stamp BOBBY RAY MOORE Preference: Theaters War Work: Agricultural Project W. M. MORRIS NORMA4 NEWMAN Preference: Swimming Preference: Skating War Work: Cadet Corps War Work: Surgical Dressings P 1 CECILE NESBITT Preference: Dancing War Work: Bonds and Stamps TOMMIE NELL NEWMAN LOUISE OLIVER Preference: Horseback Preference: Shows Riding War Work: Bonds ann War Work: Surgical Stamps Dressings IAMES NIXON Preference: Fishing War Work: Bonds and Stamps 'O N Ilia gi 4 'l 'fl'-'I' ' " my yy Q, Iu,:i?-Fwlugpzihg jgtfarufyglqe- "iw U40 s- 33 - ,TI GN 'W' ' ' ' ' tf,g,f.3,5gt' 'lc-tg G - Y: , ,. CLASS OF '44 IOYCE OWEN VICTORIA PECI-IIN Preference: Horseback Preference: Malted Milks Riding War Work: Victory War Work: Stamps and Corps Bonds DAN PARRISH Preference: Camping War Work: First Aid SHERRY PECHACEK IO ANN POWERS Preference: Music Preference: Airplanes War Work: Knitting War Work: Stamps and Bonds GEORGE PLILER Preference: Vocational Agriculture War Work: Stamps and Bonds I. W. PROFFIT WAYNE RAMSEY Preference: Sports Preference: Model War Work: Cadet Corps Airplanes War Work: Stamps and Bonds I-IOMER PUTMAN Preference: Good Magazines War Work: Victory Corps RAY PAUL REED IVAN ROGERS Preference: Sleeping Preference: Sports War Work: Civil Air War Work: Stamps and Patrol Bonds STEVE ROBERTSON Preference: Architecture War Work: Stamps and Bonds GLENN RUCKER CI-IRISTENE SAMMANN Preference: Navy Preference: Potato Chips War Work: Texas War Work: Stamps and Defense Guard Bonds MARY JANE SAGE Preference: Good Music War Work: Stamps and Bonds CLIFTON SCI-IOOLER IOY SUE SELF Preference: Eagle Band Preference: Music War Work: Stamps and War Work: Cadet Corps Bonds MARYLO SEARS Preference: Talking War 'Workz Cadet Corps 11 l fx? -if I" ,st , "AX, A fiaikrst ' " - 5 L 4 '- 1 , , M - I ,Y ,:2.e,3 ftgffilgf IT' --1 xg?" ,e3,j'?m1iVQNH :cnt wiv, lug , ,, A cs. CLASS OF '44 MARY LOU SHANKLIN ALDA SISSON Preference: Skating Preference: To Finish War Work: Cadet Corps School War Work: Rolling Bandages IAMES SI-IELTON Preference: Sports War Work: Air Raid Warden Helper BILLY BOB SMITH D. ORVAL STRONG Preference: Talking Preference: Fine Music War Work: Stamps and War Work: USO Bonds YVONNE STARNES Preference: Good Music War Work: USO CONNIE SWINSON G. W. THOMPSON Preference: Poetry Preference: Hunting War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds EARL THOMPSON Preference: Interesting Movies War Work: Stamps and Bonds VIRGINIA THOMPSON ESTELLAR TOLAND Preference: Being Happy Preference: Mathematics War Work: Stamps and War Work: Bonds and Bonds Stamps: Farm Work MEL THURMAN Preference: Aviation Books War Work: Bonds and Stamps RUTH TULL EUGENE VANCE Preference: Swimming Preference: Baseball War Work: Stamps and War Work: Bonds and Bonds Stamps MARY TYE Preference: Reading War Work: Victory Corps CHARLES VAUGI-IN GEORGE WATSON Preference: Traveling Preference: Football War Work: Victory War Work: Stamps and Corps Bonds W. F. VERNON Preference: Parties War Work: Scrap Rubber Drive 'K Al hrs. i - 1 caper, H l W f' k X . -.-fain ...,,k5.,IF,.Vh lb - l ,PAW 7,57-.:w,,,:g1.,':,- flee gg ffm'-. -Q-we Q 1' f,1 .-gb if QQ ff "Q A C CLASS OF '44 MAC FULLERTON SHIRLEY Giisiqirtf Preference: U. S. A. Preference: Stenography War Work: Civilian War Work: Stamps and Defense Bonqsi , ' A IEAN GARNER Preference: Dancing War Work: Stamps and Bonds GLENNA GAY EDDIE GRIER Preference: Friends Preference: Pretty Girls War Work: Stamps and War Work: Cadet Corps Bonds D V. Q, ru 1Oi2iR1oN GRAN? Preference: Brunettes War Work: Cadet Corps LARETHA HALL ANNADELL HARKEY 4 Preference: Horseback Preference: Chocolate Riding War Work: Stamps and Work Work: Sewing Bonds MAURICE HARBER Preference: Hunting War Work: Stock Raising BILLIE MARIE HAZARD DOUGLAS HILL Preference: Popular Preference: Boxing Music War Work: Army Dry War W'ork: Stamps and Cleaner Bonds MARY FRANCES I-IIATT Preference: Aviation War Work: Red Cross CHARLENE HOLLEY GERALD HUGHES Preference: Something Preference: Fishing to do War Work: Stamps and War Work: Home Bonds Nursing GENE HORTON Preference: Pretty Girls War Work: Victory Corps MARY HUMBER MARGARET ANN Preference: Swimming IOHNSON WGF WOTk3 STGIUDS Grid Preference: Caring for 3011015 Children War Work: Stamps and Bonds JOYCE HUTCHINSON Preference: Red War Work: Stamps and Bonds , rg.. 9 -X . -I I If iw If f -Q ri 1' -5 -fs'-"4 .ar ff' ,QSE4 'Magi mm , ,X,qw:.u:Ql-z6fQl-:I Fw:-,ij-'Q-'EU' crgfyj CLASS OF '44 BETTY IO PEARCE MIKE RAMSEY Preference: Chemistry Preference: Motor War Work: USO Boating War Work: Cadet Corps PATSY PETTY Preference: Blonde Curly I-Iair War Work: Stamps and Bonds MARS!-IALLENE RAY EDITI-I RICE Preference: Reading Preference: Skating War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds DOUGLAS REEVES Preference: Sports War Work: Cadet Corps DON RIDDLE CLIFTON SCI-IOOLER I Preference-g Camping Preference: Swing Musif War Work: Stamps and War Work: USO Bonds I BILL SANDLIN Preference: Skating War Work: Stamps and Bonds FERRIS SHAHEEN FLORINE SMI'II-I Preference: Camping Preference: Friendship War Work: Stamps and War Vv'ork: Stamps and Bonds Bonds CALYIN SKINNER Preference: Hunting K War Work: Morse Code ADELLE SPLAWN I-IAZEL STEELE Preference: Good Books Preference: Sincerity War Work: Red Cross War Work: Stamps and Bonds SHIRLEY SPROAT Preference: Music War Work: USO REX i-STUBBS HAROLD THROWER Preference: Sports Preference: Engineerin War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps ang Bonds Bonds IDA LEE TEDFORD Preference: Baseball War Work: Stamps and aziti X N W TJTTTIT rf uFin' 5'?' Q f " ' 1, , '-QQ A Bonds . 71 N V , , , ,,. I W I 1 I - X w ,,,-,, . ,, ?"'4m1 wx' gi!a1',.,l ,E-rgy' 3 al fdlrouvnn ,rl CLASS OF '44 ELIZABETH WALLIS SHIRLENE WEIR Preference: Chocolate Preference: Dancing War Work: Stamps and War Work: USO Bonds MILBURN WARNER Preference: Ranching War Work: Cadet Corps DOROTHY IEAN WEST TOMMY WHEELER Preference: Friendly Preference: Swimming People War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds MARY ANNE WHATLEY Preference: Sentimental Movies War Work: Red Cross ANNA BELLE WILLIAMS GLENN ROY WILLIAMS Preference: Going Preference: Pretty Girls Places War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds DOUGLAS WILLIAMS Preference: Sports War Work: Stamps and Bonds SUE WILLIAMSON GWENDOLYN WILSON Preference: Old Glory Preference: Science War Work: Stamps and Wqr Work: Surgical BOHCIS Dressings WENDELL WILLIS Preference: Eagle Band War Work: Stamps and Bonds NELDA WILSON La NELLE WITCI-IER Preference: Dancing Preference: Brown War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds IOE WINNIFORD Preference: Swimming War Work: Cadet Corps IAMES HAROLD WRIGHT ED YATES Preference: Holidays Preference: Girls 'War Work: Victory War Work: Stamps and Corps Bonds AH LORA YARBROUGH Preference: Work War Work: Stamps and Bonds dim W ,MX 'A islam , ' I ff'f'T w ff H-' - - ' - -- , f ' X. . 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W J .519 , - I v,,,,,1Lvn -f--J ,Lv , W1 lee CLASS OF '44 DONAL ALLISON LAURA LEE BECKMAN Preference: Hunting Preference: History War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds MOZELLE BATES Preference: Horseback Riding War Work: Making Afghans DOROTHY BERRY VIRGINIA BLOCK' Preference: Ice Cream Preference: Dancing War Work: Cadet Corps War Work: Stamps d Bonds DONALD BIRD D ' Preference: Photography War Work: Stamps and Bonds PEGGY BOATRIGHT IEAN BOWERS Preference: Picnics Preference: Popular War Work: Surgical Music Dressings War Work: Cadet Corps HELEN IEAN BOND Preference: Having Fun War Work: Stamps and Bonds NEAL BRADSI-IAW IDA BELLE BROWN Preference: Football Preference: Music War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps ana' Bonds Bonds SYBLE BRASI-IER Preference: Friendliness War Work: Stamps and Bonds PATSY BRUTON MARY CAREY Preference: Comedies Preference: Dancing War Work: Stamps and War Work: Cadet Corps Bonds DEE BURK Preference: Sportsman- ship War Work: Stamps and Bonds CHARLES CARTER BOBBY CLEMENTS Preference: Green Preference: Girls War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds HAZEL CLAYTON Preference: Friends War Work: Stamps and Bonds KZ' N N D llh f" pf' D N:-r-2f.gf": t x ' I t ,f X K' .N , gg-.gs Y, I 4 lr A W vm ',,. Y lf ' f 'X' 'LVM If fi rr, 'H fmf4.vQiU-JA-Q5 63' W' 'H' aw? . A , so - CLASS OF '44 C. I-l. COLLINS IIMMY COOPER Preference: Girls Preference: Swing Music War Work: Civil Air War Work: Cadet Corps Patrol BONNIE IEAN CONSTANT Preference: Red War Work: Cadet Corps BILLY CRABBE LOUISE DANIEL Preference: Aviation Preference: Stenography War Work: Stamps and War Work: Victory Bonds Corps PATTY CRONKWRIGHT Preference: Yellow War Work: Cadet Corps MARTHA DANIEL MERLE DELMER Preference: Good Music Preference: Blondes War Work: USO War Work: Cadet Corps I. L. DELLIS Preference: Radio Engineering War Work: Stamps and Bonds DELWYN DILL KENNETH DRUMMOND Preference: Girls Preference: Fishing War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds MAXINE DOSS Preference: Dramatics War Work: Stamps and Bonds R. C. FARMER BILLIE IEANNE FOWLER Preference: Hunting Preference: Dancing War Work: Stamps and War Work: Surgical Bonds Dressings MARTHA FEDERBUSH Preference: Science War Work: Ration Work ROY LEE FULLER IOHNNIE LOU IONES Preference: Vocational Preference: Movies Agriculture War Work: Cadet Corp War Work: Victory Corps IACOUELINE IONES Preference: Popular Music War Work: Stamps and Bonds WCUJ -,Ni .rs ,Q I 3 wwf . -x ...dxf 5- ' . ng!! ' ., I' - ,,- 2353.-11 r . egcrjt gi .argley -- -fs, l.,:,:'5"L'mmd ... . - M. ilglfi - ngxw . W: C CLASS OF '44 GLENDEL LANG LOIS FAYE LeMAY Preference: Sports Preference: Movies War Work: Stamps cmd War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds LeROY LEGGETT Preference: Football War Work: Cadet Corps EUNICE LEVRETS BILL LINDOW Preference: Blue Preference: Medrclne War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds BUELL LINDLEY Preference: Girls War Work: Stamps and Bonds IACK LUTHER WAYNE MARTIN Preference: Loafing Preference: Sports War Work: Stamps and War Work: Stamps and Bonds Bonds THAD MCDONNELL Preference: Food War Work: Scrap Metal Drive WILMA MARTIN ELLA MAE MORRIS Preference: Horseback Preference: Money Riding War Work: Home War Work: Surgical Nursing Dressings PATSY MOBLEY Preference: Dancing War Work: Stamps and Bonds LAMAR MUSTON IAMES WALTER NICHOLS Preference: Football Preference: Debatmg War Work: Cadet Corps War Work: Stamps and Bonds IEAN NEWMAN Preference: Dancing War Work: Victory Corps TILLIE PACE WANCELE YOUNG Preference: Friendly Preference: Radio People Programs War Work: Stamps and War Work: Red Cross Bonds PATRICIA YONGE Preference: Eating War Work: Surgical Dressings P f7"Z'4 ,, 1 f , X - ' P l - h ",-'e-'71 . ,1,, '., , - lr . 7-. : Pl :J ft 4. illfilv' VLIZEIJI' S"- afjnl : N 4 GLC- to . 69,0 C L A S S O F ,4 4 , tg - Q' Q 3 MARY WATSON ALLEN YOUNG 4 . ' . ' , ,V , ,A- in A Preference, Convertibles Preference. Boxing ww ,ig War NVork: Cadet Corps War Wo1'k: Stamps and P Bonds A I ' I -'Wi' swvimw N TROY WEEMS ' ,L , J Preference: Sports , War Work: Stamps and ie, Bonds Certificates For War Service EULAINE HICKS .. 121 Hours lHiqhest Awcirdl The top event of the year for the Tuniors was the election of P ' Lb , h. H' i 7,499.45 h TYRELYDFINE HENDERSON T .V... . 67 Hours Effgndftgdciiigsfsu I GUY and X 9 Se mg O S1 Wm JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET, MARCH 19 FALL AND WINTER ACTIVITIES Noi only stormy weather but muddy waters, too . . , Grace and Jessie Watanabe . , . Well, well, well! . . . Three cheers for the fed, white and blne . . . Music at a basketball qame . . . Denny Dimwil . . . It looks like a rehearsal lor "Arizona COWboy"l . . Dnbb keeps score. Q wr Uv 4' c 4 1 My 356' V 4 Saphamara 0Mccrs EARL GLENN ROSE President GUY DANIEL KAY IOHNSON Vice President Secretary MISS DOROTHY SHAW Advisers MR. W. K. BENTLEY ELEANOR BOULDIN Reporter CLASS OF '45 DOROTHY ANN ADAMS .,Dot,, Scrap Drives LILLIAN ALLEN "Lili" Physical Fitness MOZELLE BAGBY HMOZYH Scrap Drives GERALDINE BARRETT Hlertyn Surgical Dressings FRANK BENHAM ,lankyu Air Raid Messenger GLORIA BONINE "Bonie" Stamps and Bonds BETTY BOUCHETTE HBE tn Scrap Drives BILLY BRASELTON "Bill" Work at Air Base OBERIA BRIGHT "Vera" Bonds and Stamps MARIE BROOKS "Mari" Scrap Drives PATRICIA BUCH Va, MARY RUTH ADAMS "Ruthie" Bonds and Stamps IOE ANTILLEY "Cowhand" Food Production HELEN BAKER "Herbie" Victory Corps CRAWFORD BARRIER "Bunny" First Aid LOUISE BLAKEMORE "Lulu" Victory Corps ERNEST BOOTH "Butch" Scrap Drives ELEANOR BOULDIN "Bunny" Victory Corps IESALYN BRASHER "Tommye" Bonds and Stamps ELWANA BRITT ,,WUnG,, Physical Fitness MARY IOYCE BROWNING "losie" - Victory Corps GRACE BUCHANAN "Butch" "Gracie" USO ' Scrap Drives LOCKILOU BYNUM IOE DONALD CAMPBELL "Lockie" "Slim" Physical Fitness Physical Fitness IOHNNIE MAE CAREY NANCY HELEN CAWYER "Peanut" "Penny" Stamps and Bonds Victory Corps CORA LESLIE CLARK CLEO CLARY "Corky" "Clee" Physical Fitness Scrap Drives OPAL MAXINE CLEMENT NONA LEE CONAWAY "Mackey" "Lee" Scrap Drives Surgical Dressings RUTH ANN CROWSON GUY DANIEL "Ruthie" "Iitterbuq" - - - 1 Lk W' 3 J Food Production Bonds and Stamps 4 A CLASS OF '45 RICHARD DAVIS "Dick" Bonds cmd Stamps SALLY DUNN "Sal" USO Work BETTY IO EDMONDSON "Bet" Land Service ROY FARNES "Farm" Bonds and Stamps IOHNNY GAMBLE "Gamba" Scrap Drives EUGENE GLENN MARY MCLAURINE DUDLEY "Me-ally" Scrap Drive BARBARA EBBERT " I aclcy" Bonds and Stamps GLADYS ANN ELLIOTT "Squirt" USO BILLY FIELDER "Willy" USO SUE GIBSON "Susie" Stamps and Bonds NANCY IO GLOVER "Gene" "CSP" First Aid Rolling Bandages LA NELL GRANT IEANNIE GRAY "NeIla" "Ebub" First Aid Surgical Dressings CAROLINE ANN HALL MYRTLE BETH HAMMERS "Ann" "Bef" Scrap Drive HOMER I-IARKER Red Cross Work GEORGIA MAE HARRIS "Slug" "Mae" USO Stamps and Bonds LORA PEARL HAYNES MENOMA HAYNES "Sleepy IPilll" "Minnie" Utility Bags First Aid BOBBIE ANN HEAD MARY CATHERINE HIGDON "Ann" "Catten" Stamps and Bonds USO GAYLIA WRAY HILBURN BOBBY LEE HILL "Gay" "Bob" Victory Corps ROBERT HOLLOWELL ,,Bob,, Scrap Drives CHARLES HORN "Charlie" Victory Corps PATTI SUE I-IORTON "Pat" Bonds and Stamps FRED HUGHES "Freddie" Physical Fitness Scrap Drives WILDA HOLMES "Willie" Surgical Dressings CHARLES HORTON "Little Riley" Boy Scouts RA' ORTEZ HOWINGTON ,,DinkY,, Victory Corps LESTER HUMPHREY "Doc" Scrap Drives -1,,'- IG 1 tl CLASS OF '45 DALE I-IUMPI-IREYS "Humph" Scrap Drives KATHERINE I-IYER "Kat" Stamps and Bonds CLETA IAMES "CIet" Stamps and Bonds WESTELLE IOHNSON "Monkey" Red Cross Work E. W. KEESEE "Stinkeroo" Scrap Drives HERSHEL KIMBRELL "Hersh" Stamps and Bonds ZARA BETH KNOTT "Zore" Surgical Dressings WANDA LAWLESS "Wan" Scrap Drive EMILY LONG "Elsie" Surgical Dressings BETTY McALISTER "Betsy" Knitting DON MCCLURE "Donnie" Victory Corps EVERETT MCGEI-IEE "McGee" Scrap Drives MARGARET McNEILL "Marge" Home Nursing GLORIA MALCOM "Bugs" Stamps and Bonds HENRY MOI-IR "Hank" U.S.O. BILLY MURPHEY "Bill" Scrap Drives VERIENA I-IUTCHINS "Snooks" Victory Corps BARBARA IACKSON "Bobs" Physical Fitness KAY IOI-INSON "Katie" Scrap Drive WINNIE IONES "Wink" USO DORTI-IEAL KILGO "Dot" Surgical Dressings ROBERT KING "Bob" Scrap Drives ETTA IEANNE LAMB MENS!" First Aid LUCILLE LINER HLUCYH Bonds and Stamps BETTY LOVELACE "Bet" Bonds and Stamps KATYDELL MCCARTY "Shorty" USO VIRGINIA MCGAUGHEY "V.A." USO MARKLEY McMAI-ION "Hank" Boy Scouts NELI. MACKEY "Speedy" Scrap Drives ROSE MARIE MILLER "Rosie" Victory Corps MARCEIL MULLINS HMOOUH Surgical Dressings IAMES NEECE "Mascot" Victory Corps 'ix pg 4 Ll ,mp U CLASS OF '45 GLORIA NORVELL "Godie" First Aid WILLENA OLSON "Willie" Victory Corps CHARLES OVERTON "Charlie" Physical Fitness MAURINE PALMOUR "Bobs" Stamps and Bonds PATSY NUCKOLS "Patch" Physical Fitness ALICE MARIE OSBORNE "Babe" Stamps and Bonds BURL OWENS "Bur" Scrap Drives TEMA PARKER "Blondie" USO MARY BETH PATTESON BILLY IOYCE PECHACEK "Beth" Physical Fitness RHAMA DELL POPE "Rhamy" Home Nursing BETTY RATHMELL "Betsy" Surgical Dressings SAMIE RIDGEWAY "Sambo" Physical Fitness E. C. SATTERWHITE Hlckyu Victory Corps FRED SCHULTZ "Freddie" Scrap Drive VICTORIA SHAHEEN "Vickie" Victory Corps IOY SHEFFIELD "Melia" Bonds and Stamps MARILYN SMITH "Punkin" Surgical Dressings NONA MAE SNOW "Third Officer Snow Community Service CHARLOTTE STEELE "Shorty" Buy Defense Stamps ii "Paycheck" Scrap Drives LYNN POWERS "Yankee" Victory Corps VIRGINIA RAYMOND "Jonny" Scrap Drives EARL GLENN ROSE "E.G." Stamps and Bonds BOBBY SAXON "Sallie" Red Cross DOROTHA SCOTT "Sconchy" Physical Fitness IOHNNY SHAW Hjohnu Physical Fitness ALMA IEAN SIBLEY "Ieannie" Scrap Drive MONA SMITH "Blondie" Rolling Bandages ELAINE STARNES "Elangeline" Victory Corps ROBERT WADE STEGER ,,BOb,, Scrap Drive ETTA IANE STEPI-IENSON HATTIE STINCHCOMB "Iannie" Home Nursing NHC t.. Victory Corps 'li i CLASS OF '45 HELEN AARON "Twink" Red Cross PAUL BAILEY "Paul T." Bonds and Stamps BRYAN BOGLE "Punky" Scrap Drives PATTY BRITAIN "Pat" Bonds and Stamps BARBARA BROWNING PANSY ALEXANDER "Spankie" Rolling Bandages B. L. BATES "Buddy" First Aid 'pukj DOROTHY IEANNE BOTKIN "Dotty" USO WILMA IEAN BROWN "Shorty" Surgical Dressings GLADYS BUCHANAN "Babs" "Glad" Red Cross Bonds and Stamps GAIL BURGESS BARBARA CARNEY "Burg" "Bobbie Iean" Conservation Scrap Drives IACK CI-IANEY HELEN CLAXTON "fackie" "Shorty" Scrap Drives Victory Corps BROOKSIE NELL COLLIER IANE COLLINS "Nell" "lane" Stamps and Bonds AUBREY CONNALLY ,,Aub,, Food Production GAYZELLE COOPER HGGYH Bonds and Stamps NANCY CROWLEY 11Ncnff Bonds and Stamps FLOY CUTBIRTI-I "Flo" USO DON DAUGHERTY ,,RiCky,, Scrap Drive BEATRICE ELLISON "Bea" Surgical Dressings CHARLENE EDINS "Charlie" Physical Fitness CHARLES DUNN "Curly" Scrap Drives -Hi Physical Fitness MARY ELIZABETH COOK "Betty" Victory Corps AUBREY CRIDER "Cider" Scrap Drives IMA LEE CRUDDUP Hcmdn Scrap Drives PATSY FAN DARDEN "Pat" Red Cross ORAN ELMORE "Orie" USO VIRGIL ELLIS "Bud" Bonds and Stamps EVAN DUVAL "Duvie" Stamps and Bonds ANGIE DRES "Dresse" First Aid J2g?Fll1l.l3Ih 4 Finn A l " Wt ff CLASS OF '45 PAUL FROST "Frostie" Scrap Drives TOMMIE SUE GLASS WENDOL GARRETT "Wendie" Stamps and Bonds CAROLYN GRISHAM "Sue" "Grisham" Physical Fitness Surgical Dressings PATSY GRISHAM DOROTHY LOUISE GUTHRIE "Pat" "Dot" Victory Corps BETTYE GUSTAFSON "Bet" Red Cross IIM HARRISON V'Embraceable" Scrap Drives MILLARD HEATH "Dell" Victory Corps IUNE HENDERSON "FreckIes" Physical Fitness GERALD HILL "ferry" Stamps and Bonds HORTENSE HOOKER ,,HOok,, Physical Fitness PATTY HUNTER "Hunter" Surgical Dressings DON IETER "Small!ry" Bonds and Stamps DARRELL LAWLESS "Dar" Victory Corps ALMA LOUISE MCCULLOUGH "Wease" Physical Fitness GEORGE ROSS MILLER "Ross" Bonds and Stamps BOB MILSTEAD "Mil" Bonds and Stamps PAT PATTERSON "Pat" Scrap Drives Physical Fitness DOROTHY HARBER "Dot" 4.., Bonds and Stamps PAULA HAZEI.. "Shorty" Surgical Dressings IACK HENDERSON "Hendie" Stamps and Bonds BILLY HILL "Bill" Cadet Corps EDITH MARIE HOLLAND "Peanut" Scrap Drives SIDNEY HOWZE "Sid" Stamps and Bonds MAUD RUTH IAMES "Ruthie" Scrap Drives PATSY LANKFORD "Pat" Conservation of Gas CLINTON MCCOMBS "Clint" Scrap Drives RICHARD MARSH "Dick" Scrap Drives KATHRYN MILLER "Kitten" . . . . . Surgical Dressings CHARLES MORRIS "Bugs" Red Cross MARTHA PENDER "Penny" Victory Corps I ' lllltlllqln' G il mill CLASS OF '45 BURNICE PERRY "Burnie" Knitting ANN PICKARD "Annie" Bonds and Stamps NATALEE QUINN "Nat" Victory Corps BILL REYNOLDS "Billy" Scrap Drives ALTA MARIE RICHARDSON "Mari" Physical Fitness HOLLIS SHANKS "Holly" Scrap Drives ELSIE SLAUGHTER "Shorty" Bonds and Stamps O. B. STEPHENS "Slats" Victory Corps PAT STRAWN "Patf' Surgical Dressings BILLY SYMS "Bill" Bonds and Stamps H. D. TERRY "Hot Dog" Physical Fitness IACKIE THOMPSON ,fjackn Bonds and Stamps IIMMY TITTLE ,,!.im,, Scrap Drives FRANCES TOMPKINS I UANITA PERRY "Nita" Scrap Drives BETTY PIERSON 1fDeeH USO IOAN RAMSEY Mimi, Surgical Dressings MARIORIE RICHARDS "Margie" Red Cross DAVID RICHEY HDUVYH Bonds and Stamps CARL SHOULTS "Bob" Food Production BILLIE RAE SMITH "Bill" Scrap Drives DOROTHY STEWART "Dot" Bonds and Stamps DOROTHY SYMES "Doi" Victory Corps IENNIE REE TEAFF ,Venn Food Production BILLY GENE THOMPSON "Bill" Scrap Drives IOANNE THOMPSON Hjodyu Surgical Dressings FLORENCE TOLLETT "Shortie" Bonds and Stamps GLADYS TOWNSEND "Fran" "Glad" Victory Corps Physical Fitness IEAN TURNIDGE GUS VLETAS "Jeanie" "Goose" Bonds and Stamps Scrap Drives BIRDIE MARGARET WALKER IOHN WALKER "Buggy" "lohnny" Girl Scouts USO 'rt Et W it CLASS OF '45 CI-IARLENE BURGESS "Lenie" Scrap Drives DALTON I-IAINES "Dal" Scrap Drives BERNICE MCCULLUM "Bernie", Bonds and Stamps BARBARA PAYNE "Halas" Stamps and Bonds ARNOLD WALKOW "Tailspin" Physical Fitness LOUISE WI-IITING "Whezzy" Land Service BOBBIE IENE WILLIAMS "Shorty" Red Cross RENA LEE WILLIAMS "Lee" Surgical Dressings IO WILSON .70 ION Physical Fitness GENELL WOODRUM "Gennie" U.S.O. CERTIFICATE OE WAR SERVICE IOAN CAROLYN FOSTER NIO ION Victory Corps RUTH KILPATRICK "Ruthie" Victory Corps WANDA MUSTON "Punk" Victory Corps IERRY TRICKEY "Little Trickey" Victory Corps I. FLEUR WALTON "Fleur" Scrap Drives CLAIR WHITTEN "Digger" USO EMORY WILLIAMS "Willie" Scrap Drives EVELYN WILLOUGI-IH .,Puq,, USO OLLIE DEE WINDI-IAM Hier, Scrap Drives IACK WOODS "lackie" Scrap Drives Wilma Ruth Thorn . I , . . 65 1-2 Hours SOP1-IOMORE CLASS PROGRAM OF 1942-'43 Election of Queen of the Sophomore Class, October 15, 1942. Sophomore Barn Party, November 4, 1942. Election of Miss Liberty oi the Sophomore Class, February 18, 1943. Mid-term Re-election of the Sophomore Class Officers, Feb- ruary 18, 1943. - - 1 l to i' I' 2 'mlm 'Q .. in Memauam I. L. HUDMAN Born at Bronte, Texas, luly ll, l928 Died at Abilene, Texas, December l 7, l942 l. L. DELLIS Born at Abilene, Texas, March 8, 1928 Died at Abilene, Texas, lanuary 5, 1943 MISS RUTH BROWN HUTCHISON Born in Obion County, Tennessee, Died at Miami, Florida, February 8, l943 University of Texas, B. A., l98O George Peabody College for Teachers Library Science, 1933 University ot Michigan, Master of Library Science, l94l OH BOY . . . CHRISTMAS! "King ot Kings, and Lord of Lords!". . . "White Christmas" . . . Little Gwen performs . . . Santa Claus has come to school . . . Did Santa leave anything tor us? . . . An apple tor the teacher's daughter . . . Profs pride and joy . . . G an G Christmas party . . . A big grin for the guy with the long Whislcers. 1-,. A hzzfvrifes sn- ,QW W The Slaslzliglzf Presents ROBBIE DEE GOODRICH Flashlight Queen SAM HENRY SMITH Most Valuable Boy PATSY PETTY Miss Liberty MOLLY HINDS Most Representative Girl TOMMY WEBB Most Representative Boy DORMAN FARMER Most Friendly Boy LILLIE VLETAS A Most Friendly Girl ROBBIE DEE GOODRICH AND NEAL BRADSHAW MARIE GRAY MARILYN KIMBLEY MOLLY I-HNDS LILLIE VLETAS and and and and TGMMY WEBB HARWELL BARBER RAYMOND THOMASON DUBB DUFF ROBBIE DEE GQODRICH PLASHLIGHT QUEEN SAM HENRY SMITH MOST VALUABLE f ' , PATSY PETTY MISS LIBERTY MOLLY I-IINDS MOST REPRESENTATIVE GIRL vw . LILLIE VLETAS MCDST FRIENDLY GIRL Kuumfrs- 11,11 -i F' 3' ' X GENE SPIRES Most Valuable Boy lOl-IN HOWELL MARTHA FARR Most Representative Boy Most Representative Girl PATRICIA CLARK RAYMOND THOMASON Most Friendly Girl Most Friendly Boy Gimfizws Qvr Achivvcmenf CHISHOLM THOMPSON MARY HAWKINS Latin Clothing VIRGINIA EVANS Commercial PANSY ALEXANDER RAY HARDWICK Foods Vocational Agriculture RANDALL STORY I. E. MONTGOMERY Mechanical Drawing Shop Qfgzifi i 5 32'-5 V2 , Heeeffi 1 Q15 ANNA VERNE CLEMENT Q Spanish f ,J ff poi ju-Wax Eifaiieue Her Achievement fLES ,Q 1 DAVID RICHEY Dramatics RICHARD COLLIER Social Studies CORLIS HOLT Ioumulism Eifezliens ?er ,flelzieeelezeezf BOBBY SAXON Art IO ANNE LUTHER Pep Squad MARY FRANCISCO Bcm d LAVINIA WARD Voice ROBERT PAGE Voice BILLY BOB LEWIS Band AS THE CAMERA SEES IT 'S They're in love with the Mon in the Moon . . . The high-stepping maforetie for the Girls Bond . . . Airs Heob'm bound! . . . Now if you plot the course this wav, you would . . . Der Feuhrefs Fcrce . . . Life under the microscope . . . In ihis formula, fake two parts Water with ---- . , . That offer-dmner Social hour. ON THE HOME FRONT Room ll prepares a Thanksgiving box "l'll put it back to- night!" "Boy, We sho' pick- ed da tiel' clean!" The Old Locomo- tive Are th o s e utility bags going to Africa or to Guadalcanal? Swing it, loy Sue! "Quiet, please!" The Seniors did it again ,Athletics g0l7fbllff X mx , g V' 5, xx .fcfjwv DONALD HAVINS Tackle-190 Captain NEAL BRADSHAW End-164 IOE BENNETT IOHN HOWELL Center--V-160 BCICICYYI41 Cczpmin RED BURDITT DUB SHIELDS Buck--157 Buck-121 vi 2 F r'I."'2J:vwHQQ"1'.1 W. K. BENTLEY VERNON HILLIARD Coach Athletic Director PRE-SEASON SCORES Abilene Eagles .... ......... l 2 Plainview Bulldogs ...,. ..,. O Abilene Eagles .... 7 Amarillo Golden Sandies . .. .19 Abilene Eagles. . . ..,..., 7 Breckenridge Buckaroos . . . . , 7 F O O T B A L L By Sam Nixon ABILENE 34-LAMESA O Scoring two touchdowns in the first quarter and one each in the remaining periods, the Abilene Eagles opened their District SAA football offensive at Eagle Stadium with a 34 to U victory over the Lamesa Golden Tornadoes. Halfback Shields scored first on a plunge after two power plays. Burditt, fullback, dived for the second tally, and shifty Spires cut loose for the third touchdown. Bennett, playing at center for the Eagles, intercepted a pass to run over the double stripe. The final counter came on a long pass from l-lowell to Bradshaw. Lamesa threat- ened twice in the last half, but the Tornadoes were stopped inside the lO-yard line both times. All except the last of the Eagle conversions were good. ABILEN E O-ODESSA 19 Playing on a muddy field with a wet ball in a driving rain, the Abilene Eagles suffered their first District 3AA defeat at the hands of the Odessa Bronchos l9-O. This was a sudden let-down after running all over Lamesa in the game of the week before. But the Warbirds' morale, both in victory and defeat, was kept to a high degree by a twelfth man in the stands, numbering about two hundred staunch Eagle supporters. Near the end of the season, Odessa was found to have an ineligible player and was forced to forfeit its victories, thus giving the Eagles the game. HM HARRISON Back-l 4l GEORGE WATSON Guard-l 75 W. D. WINKLES Endel5O PAUL BAILEY CHARLEb TRICKEY Guardhl 85 Back-l 50 ABlLENE 7-SWEETWATER 27 Operating behind a stalwart line, the Mus- tangs of Sweetwater swept over the Eagles with a brilliant running attack to score in the first quarter. But on the kickoff Red Burditt, Eagle fullback, with extraordinary blocking by the Eagles, ran ninety yards untouched for the only Warbird counter. The visitors put the game on ice in the third period by making good two touchdown passes. One of the cheering notes to Coach Hilliard of the Eagles was the aggressive play of the re- serve linemen when called to relieve the ex- hausted regulars, in which reserve group were Patterson and Winkles, ends, Thrower and Bailey, tackles, Winniford and Frost, guardsg and Stubbs, center. ABILENE 14-MIDLAND 12 The Warbird Warriors gained victory from the Midland Bulldogs to the tune of l4-l2. Abilene grabbed a first period lead on Bur- ditt's touchdown plunge, but the home team never could get a comfortable margin. E ol- lowing that opening 75-yard drive and score, Howell kicked the goal, and the Eagles led 7-O until early in the second quarter. Then the Bulldogs scored, but missed the conver- sion because of a beautiful block by Paul Bailey, Eagle tackle. After a series of whirl- wind plays, the Eagles scored and converted again. Late in the game, the Bulldog full- back plunged for the final score. Again the Bulldogs missed conversion. As the gun sounded, the score stood-Abilene Eagles, 145 Midland Bulldogs, 12. l It 'Mr BILL ALLEN BILL MCDANIEL LE ROY LEGGETT End-I43 Tackle-l57 Back-I37 ABILENE 82-COLORADO CITY l2 Cn a fine Armistice afternoon in their first day- game, the Abilene Eagles ran riot over the Colorado City Wolves at Eagle Stadium, 82-l2. This is the Eagles' highest score since that l923 championship season when the Warbirds played IO4-O and 96-O games. Against the Wolves, Abilene made one touchdown in that first period, five in the second, two in the third, and four in the fourth. The Wolves made both of their counters in the final stanza. Gene Spires led the onslaught with three touchdowns. I-Ie was outpointed, however, by Iohn Howell, who tabbed two and added eight points from conversions. George Watson, Red Burditt, and Dub Shields each made two, and Neal Bradshaw collected one on ai? interception. Final score in this debfrclez Abilene Eagles, 82, Colorado City olves, l2. I J I 'ij , MARION GRAN PAT PATTERSON IERRY PATTON Guard-156 Back-190 Tackle-189 HAROLD THROWER Tackle-I 70 C. H. COLLINS Back-l55 GENE SPIRES Back-l30 ABILENE 28-BIG SPRING 0 Once again Abilene High School's football fortunes were rising. Playing their smoothest ball game of the season, the Eagles, with championship hopes revived, rolled the Big Spring Steers 28-0 in a game which shared the spotlight with the argument at Sweet- water, won by San Angelo 21-7. Thus the stage was set for a possible championship meeting of the Bobcats and Eagles at San Angelo, as Odessa had to forfeit all its games because of an over-age player. Iohn Howell and Red Burditt both scored twice while lead- ing the Eagles to complete victory. A tally was made in every period, with I-Iowell's edu- cated toe perfecting all four extra points. ABILENE GHSAN ANGELO 27 In a hard-fought Thanksgiving Day game witnessed by 5,500 spectators, 2,000 of them Abilenians, the Abilene Eagles yielded to the powerful San Angelo Bobcats, now District 3AA champions, 27-6. The Eagles found it difficult to stop the Bobcats, gravy-train- bound. But in the second guarter, the War- bird Warriors made a concentrated land and air attack for a touchdown on a pass from Howell to Burditt. At half-time, the score was tied 6-6. Late in the third stanza the Eagles blocked a punt on the Bobcat 35-yard line. With this incentive, the Abilene boys drove to the Bobcats' I I-yard line, but lost on downs. This game closed a fairly successful season for Abilene High School football. PAUL FROST REX STUBBS GuardAl 52 Center-I 57 STUDENT COACHES RICHARD DILLINGHAM and N RAYMoND TRoUTMAN .,., my iwi STUDENT MANAGERS RAYMOND THOMASON, BENNY BAILEY Front Row: Evan Duval, Ioe Frank Hall, Sidney Howze, Guy Daniel, Raymond Trouirnan, Gus Vletas, Earl Glen Rose, Bobby Lee Hill Second Row: Le Roy White, lerry Trickey, Ferris Shaheen, Ralph Hardy, Dudley Fish, Billy Murphy, lohnny Gamble, H. D. Terry Third Row: Ray McGloihlin, lames Neece, Ernest Booth, W. F. Vernon, Iohn Harrell, Roy Farnes, Troy Weems, O. B. Stephens EAGLETS , M 'Q ar Down Goes McGinty IOHN TOM WINNIFORD I. W. PROFFIT Guc1rdfl7O Tackle-175 BILL KIKER EndA163 BUREN BETTERTON Tackle-170 DUBB DUFF Buck-150 EAGLE SQUAD , S t" , i 6' First Row: lim Harrison, Iohnny Howell, Bed Burolitt, Ioe Bennett, lerry Patton, Le Roy Leggett Second Row: Dubb Shields, Gene Spires, lohn Tom 'Winnitord, George Watson, Neal Brad- shaw, C. H. Collins, Buren Betterton, I. W. Prottit Third Row: Dubb Dutt, Dorman Farmer, Charles Trickey, Marion Grant, Bill Allen, Bex Stubbs, Harold Thrower Back How: Raymond Thomason, Paul Frost, Dub Winkles, Paul Bailey, Pat Patterson, Donald l-lavins, Bill Kiker, Bill McDaniel, Benny Bailey A CRUCIAL MOMENT AT ANGELO X f Ui'-JL11 A l :3 W O :Q U1 E. 5 E9 LQ on to :. I3 Q Q .. r' rl ID' rr O 'H O U1 U1 E 9. :1 U1 W. K. BENTLEY Coach Bentley-"lake" to the boys ee- built a Wonderful basketball team this year. He is a gentleman and sportsman, and is always an ex- ample before the squad members. The fact that he is a Willing and untiring Worker for the Black and Gold has brought him into high favor With the student body. W. D. WINKLES With l63 points to his credit, Dub Winkles fin- ished his third and final year of basketball for AHS. Dub, the basketball captain for l943, aver- aged lU points a game, which is as good as most of his predecessors' records. 2 23 1 if DORMAN FARMER TAYLOR PAUL IERRY PATTON Guard Center Forward BASKETBALL REVIEW By Sam Nixon PRE-SEASON REVIEW ln pre-season practice games, the Eagles won and dropped one game to a couple of powerful army teams. The next game the Warbirds played was against Lawn, winning it by a four point margin. The score was 21-17. The next game was with the mighty Cross Plains Buffaloes. lt was a grab-the-ball and-try-to-shoot-a-goal-if-you-can affair. After carrying the game into nine min- utes with neither side scoring, Dub Winkles of the Eagles slipped through the Buffs' fine defense and dropped the loall through for the winning two points. ln Top Row: O. B. Stephens, Dalton Haines, Ear nest Booth, Bill Reynolds, Gus Vletas, lack 'Woods Bottom Row: H. D. Terry, Lon Smith, Wendol Garrett, Earl Glen Rose, Billy Hill fi J a return game with the Buffs the next week, the Eagles defeated the Buffaloes. The score was 30- 28. Anson then defeated the Warbirds in two games, 34-30, and 42-24. Cross Plains came to Abilene again only to receive a 29-2l setback. The Eagles grabbed two games from Big Spring 45-28, and 34-24. Breckenridge defeated the val- iant defenders of the Black and Gold, 48-35, who, in a return game, overpowered the Buckaroos 33-28. DISTRICT REVIEW The Eagle cagers salted away a district cham- pionship for the fifth time within six years. Dub Winkles paced the scoring for the high-flying Warbirds, who conquered Lamesa, Colorado City, and Big Spring in short order at the District 3AA meet in Big Spring. In the first game of the series, the Warbirds defeated the boys from La- mesa, 39-I3, in what was supposed to have been a close game. The Colorado City Wolves, who will return to District ESA next season, bowed to the high-flying Eagles, 5l-34. The Big Spring Steers, who won over San Angelo and Midland, were smashed by the invincible Black and Gold quintet, 42-29, ending the District 3AA basketball play-off. Guard IOHN L. HIGDON Guard Another two points Best O' luck, boys IOHN HOWELL MARION GRANT NEAL BRADSHAW Forward Forward Forward Bl-DISTRICT ln three rough - and - tumble, slam- bang games at Bowie High School, the visiting Abilene Eagles came out on the short end ot a tough three game Bi-District series. ln all games, there was hardly ever more than a two-point margin between the Bears and Eagles. The Bears won the first game, 38-39, but not without very stiff opposition by the valiant boys from Abilene. The Eagles grabbed the next game, 36-34, with Paul of Abilene sharing the high- point honors with Garcia ot the Bears. ln the Saturday night pay-ott game, which was a hard-fought game from the starting "tweet" from the reteree's whistle to the final buzz from the timer's clock, the Eagles led throughout, until Winkles at work WW I ,, J .fyffllu The point that broke the tie inthe fourth period a startling spurt bythe Bears ended the game 41-34-and the series at the same time. In the first game, Winkies was high-point man for the Eagiesg while in the last game Taylor Paul of the Eagles was high scorer with fifteen Weil-earned points. The matrix from which the polished diamond emerged ,., 2, , ., U, , ,Vx M it g tg s t - ol ... , , BASKETBALL SQUAD , , V J Bottom How: lohn Howell, Dub Winkles, lohn Lf Hiqdon, Dorman Farmer, Gene Spires Middle Row: Harwell Barber, Hershel Kimbrell, Dudley Fish, Ralph Hardy, Bex Stubbs Top Bow: Neal Bradshaw, lerry Patton, M arion Grant, Taylor Paul TENNIS SQUAD Top Row: lane Thorpe, Charles Morris, Shelby Smith, Betty Delano, Doris Keyes Bottom Row: Tommy Davis, Cecil Budloii, Bichard Dillingham, Bill McDaniel we 51 by .. , , -, Qi ? A TRACK SQUAD Top How: Dubb Dutt, lerry Patton, Benny Bailey, Carroll Bland, Robert Lee, Claud Thorpe Middle Bow: Bobby Lee Hill, Rex Stubbs, Marion Grant, Neal Bradshaw, Gene Spires, lim Harrison ' Bottom Row: Dudley Fish, Billy Murphey, Troy Weems, H. D. Terry, Bay McGlothlin, Earl Glen Bose BASEBALL SQUAD Top Row: Berl Williams, Charles Bullock, lerry Patton, Bob Milstead, Iohn Crutchfield Middle Row: Buster Phillips, Harwell Barber, Iohn Howell, Dickie Grant, Gene Spires, Torn Morris Bottom Row: Ioe Francis, Billy Ioe Gill, Bill Beynolds, Fred Hughes OUR WORLD OF SPORTS ,,.,..vff' A.. sv W. .ww-A-"l . . . Get ready to cheer for a tourhdown . . . The fairest ot the lair . . . The start ot another Eagle victory . , . Feet sore, maybe? . . . Dorman makes his tally . . . Neat block, that . . . The immortal Stage Crew basketball team . . , That's an Eaale goal . . . Hell never get through . . . You CGI!!! Catch him now J NJ PEP SQUAD ,, ww. First Row: Eleanor Bouldin, Barbara Browning, First Row: Robbie Dee Goodrich, Wanda Fain, QQELEQQQD, Nancy Cawyer, Clair Whitten Betty Io Horn, Louise Daniel, Mary Ruth Hiqqins Second Row: Shirley Bass, Betty Bouchette, Anaie Second Row: Io Ann Powers, Dorothy Dowdy, Ion Dref, Mary Ann Whatley, Glynn Collett Ann Grisham, oldsmith, Mrs. Bee Shackel- -,A ford T Pat Clark, Lillie Vletas Molly Hinds Pauleta Rutherford, Lessie Norvell First Row: Gladys Ann Elliott, Dee Annis Barlow, First Row: Ruby Miller, Dorothy Lehr, Meta Alice Glenna Gay, Georgia Mae Harris, Betty Gustafasen, Keith, Betty Iane Lea, Wanda Huffman Daisy Hicks Second Row: Myrtle Beth Hammers, Louise Whit- Second Row: Frances Tompkins, Dorothy Hillman, ing, Kay Iohnson, Ioan Thompson, Mary Catherine Ona B. Iones, Betty Io Coats, Helen Coats Hiqdon, Tommie Nell Newman PEP SQUAD 7,,,gA.iJ First Row: Patricia Buch, Dorothy lean West, Vickie Shaheen, Ra 'Ortez Howington, Ioy Sheffield Second How: Pat Strawn, Dorothy Symes, Emilie Long, Alma lean Sibley, Lora Pearl Haynes First Row: Venice Pope, Tootsye Quarles, Mari- anne McClure, Io Anne Luther Second Row: Peggy Martin, lo Anne Nott, Mary lo Storman, Patsy Mobley, Vee Thompson, Monta Middlebrook, Dorothy lean Moore Patsy Petty, Pat Yonge First How: Maxine Doss, Virginia BloABill Brown, First Row: Dortheal Kilgo, Paula Hazel, Elsie Kil- Tiny Ruth Heller go, Etta leanne Lamb, Gloria Malcom Second How: Dorothy Nell Haynes, Anne Ether- Second Row: Patsy Grisham, Tema Parker, Lucy idge, Iudy Bryant, Iune Chorn, Dorothy Ayers, Ann Bryant, Ola Faye Burgess, Voncille Adams Marian Harvey Come on, you Eagles, yell! Come and get it! EAGLE BAND Dorman Akins, B. L. Bates, Douglas Barry, Tommy Blakney, C. F. Briggs, B. L. Brown V E Bryant lack Chaney, Richard Collier, Aubrey Connally, Iohn Crutchfield, Richard Davis, Wayne Dean Earl DeBusk, Iames Dossey, lesse Lloyd Edmondson, Oran Elmore, Frank Everts, Billy Fielder Boy Lee Fuller, Mac Fullerton, Iohn Griffin, Homer Harker, Ctis Harvey, Dale Humphreys, Lowell Knight Glendel Lang, Clifton Lawhorne, Duward Leverett, Billy Bob Lewis, Buel Lindley, Glenn Meeks Henry Mohr Don McClure, Hunt McKinley, Everette Pittman, Clifton Schooler, Walter Sherwood, lames Shelton D Orval Strong, Earl Thompson, Mel Thurman, Iohn Walker, Charles Grant Willis, Wendell Willis Berl Wil liams, Glen Boy Williams, Donald Yarbro Don Yarbro . . . Berl Williams . Billy Bob Lewis Tommy Blakney Marilyn Kirnbley Mr. B. T. Bynum W.. . .Captain , , . .First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Sweetheart Director "PROP 'Nw 'Vx 'Q' aj fa .A A ,K 'Q ,5 X A F LASHLIGHT Quentin Buch Editor PeQQY Martin Typist Feature Editor Sam Nixon Sports Editor Don Daugherty Artist A-in--k Io Ioyce Longley Club Editor Marjorie Weatherby Senior Editor Martha Thompson Faculty Editor Lillie Vletas Sue Williamson Louise Oliver Business Stall Donald Hanks Layout Editor Ed Yates Photograph er Tommy Webb Business Manager Mr. Frank Etterl Business Adviser Conner Culver Layout Assistant Gloria Norvell Sophomore Editor Katherine Anderson Iunior Editor Mary Watson junior Editor Miss Tommie Clack Editorial Adviser WOMEN'S AUXILIARY TRAINING SERVICE First How: Mrs. Bee Shackeltord, Mary Lucy Houghton, Wanda Huttman, loyce Hutchinson, Adalee Holmes, Mary Carey, lean Bowers, Mary Nell Baker, La Verne Greene Second Row: Marianne McClure, Billie lane Lackey, Iuanell lones, Iohnf nie Lou lones, Glenna Gay, loyce Hackney, Dorothy Nell Haynes, Bonnie lean Constant, Feddy Buth Cole Third Row: Barbara Casey, Florine Moore, Mary Watson, Cherry Powers, Willetta Ethridge, Frankie Grittin, Iewel Galle, Gloria Dunn, Billie Abbott MRS. BEE SHACKELFORD Major WILLETTA ETHBIDGE Captain IUANELL IONES Top Sergeant First Platoon Second Platoon Mary Nell Baker , . . , Lieutenant , . ,,...,,.. lo Bancier Billy Abbott , . . ,... Sergeant , , , . , , loyce Hutchinson Iewel Galle , . , , . . . Guide Sergeant . , , , Mary Houghton Dorothy Nell Haynes , . . . Corporal . , . . . Adalee Holmes La Verne Greene . , . Corporal , , . . . Ellen lland Glenna Gay ,..., . , , Corporal ,.,.... , , . , Wanda Huffman iff or och -V . , F fy' -Jo, -pu me Q. . '9!f"3 'fT,w.V'gP - f-- ,- Q'- ' ,iq 'QQ 4. ,, G " ' WOMEN'S AUXILIARY TRAINING SERVICE First Row: Mildred Austin, Dorothy Berry, Mrs. Bee Shackelford, Lucille Paul, Doris Keyes, Betty Io Antilley, Manuela Mendoza Second Row: Ioy Sue Self, Alvina Carrillo, Maxine Eastis, Sara Bedford, Erma Lee Richardson, Ruth Kilpatrick, Frances Simmons, ldalee Brown Third Row: Ophelia Gilbert, lane Hickey, Edith Abbott, Cleta Iames, Mary Bose Small, Alice Williams, loyce Longley, Mary Lou Shanklin MRS. BEE Sl-IACKELFOBD First Platoon loy Sue Self ,,..,, , , Dorothy Berry ,... , , Mildred Austin . . . , . . Betty Antilley ..,. Sara Bedford . . . lane Hickey .,., Q wa-WJLFW ' X - E- 1 .e v A l'wl,L .vw X -1-N I ,cumin-'-3 :"-+9 -we ef - - QQ.:-eb - .ws Q N X ' fl' QQQCB QQ Major ALICE WILLIAMS Captain DORIS KEYES Top Sergeant Lieutenant , .i Sergeant .. Guide Sergeant .. Corporal .. A Corporal .. ., Corporal .. Second Platoon . . . Io Ioyce Longley . . . Mary Shanklin . . , Lucille Paul ...,... Tillie Pace . . Frances Simmons . . Hollyce Trantham CADET CORPS COMPANY A First Row: Dubb Dutt, Dub Winkle s, Tom Carpenter, lohn Crutchfield, Dan Sorrells, Douglas Reeves, lackie Hays, Marvin Clements Second Bow: Phil Marsh, 'Weldon Prottit, Howard Pyle, Boy Farnes, Calvin Skinner, Billy Hill, Hugh Hawes, Charles Canant Third Bow: Pete lohnson, lohn Harrell, Prunty Campbell, Willard Boyce, Billy Symes, Beed Brooks, Ed Fincher, lerry Fineg, Dewey Higginbotham lohn Crutchfield . . , ...,..... Captain Dan Sorrells ..,. ....,, F irst Lieutenant Dub Winkles . . . .... Second Lieutenant Mike Ramsey . . . ..,.., First Sergeant Tom Carpenter . . , , , . .Guide Sergeant Marvin Clements . . , .,., Guide Sergeant The Cadet Corps Was organized in November, l943, under the direction oi Mr. Vernon Hilliard and Mr. W. K. Bentley. iff CWA!-Wnwc' 77' ffl WP- Y. A f.,-f.-14'.'1f . av A ffffjj lv- Tri - f fi- ,f .ff-W,jjg?gggF?Q3A,gt,gf iii ,, f G. QL Q :G f '- H W . Q 13, wr' 4- ruvo QQWLGZQ' W . Ji. I I CADET CORPS COMPANY B First Row: Dudley Bowntree, Sidney Howze, Bobby Fielder, Charles Grant Willis, Dorman Farmer, Everette Pittman, Leroy Leggett, Bobert Wade Steger, Harold Hitt, Eugene Tooke Second Bow: Billy Derr, Marion Grant, lames Tate, Robert Buckles, Bex Stubbs, Don Frydenberg, Dan Parrish, Norris Stitts, Wallace Dobbs, Stanley Cole- man Third Bow: Wayne Bamsey, Chisholm Thompson, David Budd, Bed Burditt, Billy Lindsey, Bay Gene Mims, I. E. Montgomery, Stanley Stevenson, loe Lee Hitt, S. C. Herring, Harold Thrower Everette Pittman . . . ,,..,.,..., Captain Hugh Balfanz ..., ,,,.., F irst Lieutenant Dorman Farmer ..,. ,,,. S econd Lieutenant S. C. Herring , . , ..... First Sergeant Bobby Fielder ,... . . . Guide Sergeant Bobby Buckles . . . ..,. Guide Sergeant In the fall of 1943, the Cadet Corps was organized under the direction of Mr. Vernon Hilliard and Mr. W. K. Bentley Q '51-FWZ? A FN A ,- .w 1- ' WFMW ' ,evo-qgugzbgwgi ,V-H .- IV: .5 41-vgwc irish X: .1 Q X X w- 4 CADET CORPS COMPANY C First Row: Steve Robertson, Milburn Warner, Ioe Winnitord, Andy Werner, Carrol Bland, Merle Delmer, Delwyn Dill, Charles Trickey, Bill McDaniel, lackie Thompson, Byron Livingston, W. M. Morris Second Row: Cecil Pruitt, lames Nixon, Bobby Wright, Steve Williams, George King, Buddy Lackey, Bob Carter, Corlis Holt, Robert Monk, lack Miller, Eddie Grier Third Row: Edwin Brahaney, Roy Lee Leggett, C. F. Briggs, Ray McGlothlin, Earl Glen Rose, Morris Battle, Reuben Tye, Hal Rives, Iimmy Cooper, Alton Lance, Sam Henry Smith Fourth Row: Raymond Troutman, Larry Driscoll, Berl Williams Raymond Troutman ,... ,.,.,...,. C aptain Berl Williams .,,...... . , . ,First Lieutenant Larry Driscoll . . , .... Second Lieutenant Charles Trickey . , . ,,.,... First Sergeant Bill McDaniel . . . . . . .Guide Sergeant Morris Battle ,.... . . . . .,..,,.,. . , . .Guide Sergeant Mr. Vernon Hilliard and Mr. W. K. Bentley were the directors of the Cadet Corps, which was organized in November. W 511' ll' V - f ,,'x'z7 -' 1. - , 14 5 C9 C 9 9.1. 9, e A f GanG First Row: Iennelou Kuehn, Dorothy Nell Haynes, lo loyce Longley, Marjorie Weatherby, Ioyce Drummond, Mary Io Storman, Venice Pope, Mary Ann Noland, Pauleta Rutherford Second Row: Selma Hood, ludy Simpson, Viola Hornsby, Pat Sailors, Marilyn Kimbley, Lillie Vletas, Lucy Ann Bryant, Meta Alice Keith, Martha Work, Alice Williams Third Row: Iulia Mae Hood, Dura Mae Vfaldrop, Marian Harvey, Betty Thornton, Dorothy Ayers, Verba Cee lackson, lo Bancier, Frances Bevers, Dorotha Hutstedler, Anna Verne Clement, Allyce Oliver Fourth Row: Dorothy Alexander, Dorothy Gooch, Maxine Eastis, Lucille Paul, Sarah Ballard, Alene Henley, Marqaret Balch, Dorothy Mead, Norma lo Forman, Billie Lois Aman Fifth How: Miss Tommie Clack, Anita Martin, Doris Keyes, Dolly Tripp, Maxine Bishop, Flo- rene Bowen, Margie Blair, Monta Middlebrooks, Kathryne Myatt, Marie Gray Mary lo Storman . . , . , President loyce Drummond , , Vice President Venice Pope ,,..,.... .... S ecretary Marjorie Weatherhy . . , Treasurer Mary Ann Noland . , Reporter Miss Tommie Clack , Adviser Mrs. Edith C. Smith r , . Adviser Mrs. Bee Shackeltord . .Adviser o Q W U wwffw A. W '1 -121 iifnafts'-E3 .c:,f-Iiulhgff, I , .yn ,.,..i 1.1. -v-X.: wr:-.Qcxg xp., ,m,.Qw33xa6F OQQXEI GanG First Row: Gloria Miller, Dorothy Tooke, Bobbie Dean Duncan, Hollyce Trantham, Clara Deutsch- man, Betty lo Delano, Rosemary Milsap, Dixie Marie McLean, Romadelle Wilson Second Row: Martha Thompson, Mary Francisco, Elaine Schanbacker, Anne Collins, Clora Nell Lawson, Billie Graham, Virginia Evans, Louise Mohr, Etta Bontke Third Row: Lucille Blevins, Marianna Rogers, DeAlva Watkins, Mariorie Vern Echols, Inez Kimbrough, Frankie Griffin, lewel Galle, Willetta Ethridge, Alvina Carrillo, Manuela Mendoza Fourth Row: Bobbye Martin, Dorothy Lehr, loy Iohnston, Dorris Rowell, Fay Foster, Lois Ste- phens, LaFern Leonard, Tiny Ruth Heller, Rosaland MacDonald, Glynn Collett Fifth Row: Mrs. Bee Shackelford, Billie Abbot, Gloria Dunn, Cherry Powers, Gloria Lindsey, Annie Mallett, Bobbie Louise Brewster, Vada Ray McAdams, Frances Harp, Erma Lee Richardson, Rebecca Flores Continuing the tradition of the annual Christmas party for their Little Sisters, the G an G en- tertained the freshman girls in the auditorium December 20, at which time gifts were given to the Little Sisters by the senior girls. The program, under the direction of Ioyce Drummond, vice-presi- dent, included a speech by Martha Farr, a dance by Ruth Harrison, and songs by the Girls Sex- tet. Co-operating With the war effort, the club did not have a Valentine tea for their mothers this year. CERTIFICATES IN WAR WORK Margie Blair ,..,,... . , . ..,.,,.....,,. ...,..... . , , ,ll9V2 hours Mary Ruth Pearce , . 78 hours Gloria Dunn .,.... , , . 74V2 hours Ramona Io Lowrie . . . . . . 72 hours Iudy Simpson ....,.,, 7lM hours La Iaun Henderson . , . . 68V2 hours Mary Io Storman . ,, 60 hours De Alva Watkins , ,. 60 hours f'W ' -7" v-- Q I s -' :, 1 , f, fi f ,, s , - "' , ' O - o U, .v NK-3 'Z Q .- .ss-mi.fQq.,x3x,.. ' x 1- Rx iv J' N Sl GanG First Row: Mary Lou Foster, Helen Coats, Betty Io Coats, Lucille Cline, Lavona Harris, Imos gene Hassey, Winnie Dudley, Bobbie Dee Goodrich, Jo Anne Luther Second Row: Wanda Lou Hill, Annie Ruth Stallings, Dorothy lean West, Ruth Harrison, Ellen lland, Billie Louise Brown, Billie lane Lackey, Dorothy Cutbirth, Iessie Watanabe, Ramona Io Lowrie Third Row: Lorna Hunter, Lessie Norvell, Mary Nell Baker, Pat Clark, Annette Grubbs, Molly Hinds, Dora Beth Steele, Maurene Warren, Clarice Higgins, Betty lo Rice, Eudera Goldsmith, La Iuan Henderson T T" Fourth Row: PSCJQY Martin, Io Anne Nott, Barbara McQuary, Io Anne Federbush, Ion Ann Grisham, Dorothy Dowdy, Lora Lee Cook, Melissa Smith, Lavinia Ward, Martha Farr, Mary Ruth Pearce, Iune Morton Who are the members of the G an G? The membership is composed of all the senior girls in Abilene High School. What does G an G mean? This is a ques- tion that every girl wants answered, but she can not know until she becomes a senior and is initiated into the club. Boys do not know the meaning, but many suppose that it means "the Gang." What is the purpose of the club? The object ot the club is to promote friendliness and loyalty among the girls ot the school. What war work was done this year by the G an G? Making aighans, surgical dressings, and taking first aid courses completed the war work done this year. xxx Q U q5'w . 0 9 , QI Q 3, fa! HLY , , ., .- " ,ji it 5 4 : First Row: Gene Spires, Bill McDaniel, Dorman Farmer, Dub Winkles, Sam Smith, Taylor Paul Second Row: Ioe Bob lay, Quentin Buch, Stanley Bogers, S. C. Herring, Bobby Fielder, Charles Trickey, Tom Carpenter Third How: Dubb Duff, Iohn Tom Winniford, loe Lee Hitt, Mr. Clyde B. Campbell, Dan Sorrells, Hex Stubbs, Marion Grant The Hi-Y platform is clean living, clean speech, clean athletics, and clean scholarship. The function of the club is to bring together boys who are vitally interested in Christian standards for personal living and for school life, to pro- vide the channel through which they may explore the problems that face high school youth today, and to mobilize their efforts to put into effective action Chris- tian solutions to these problems. The members of the Abilene Chapter have gone far in achieving the pur- pose of the organization by leading devotionals in chapel on Monday afternoons. F all Spring Gene Spires , . ,.,. President , , Gene Spires C. G. Whitten . , . . Vice President ..,. Dorman Farmer Taylor Paul . . . .,.. Secretary . . . . . . . , Taylor Paul Bed Burditt . , . . Chaplain . . . ..,. Sam Henry Smith Dubb Duff ..,,..,. . . Sergeant-at-Arms , . ,,., Bill McDanie irginia Block . , . , , , . . Sweethear . ,,... Virginia Block Mr. y e R. Campbell , , , . viser . . . Mr. Pre c inzie WW 6 O ,SQ fu? 9 f6f,fmqw.,. 5 ,nkgg w 1 ,- , JUNIOR I-II-Y First Row: Guy Daniel, limmy Tittle, Fred Lee Hughes, Boyd Rogers, Evan Duval, Freddie Schultz, Richard Marsh Second Row: Dudley Fish, lames Graham, Gus Vletas, Earl Glen Rose, lerry Trickey, Charles Morris, Bob Hollowell Third Row: Mr. L. C. King, Crawford Barrier, C. B. Stevens, lack Woods, Ernest Booth, Billy Murphey, Iohnny Shaw. The Iunior Hi-Y is a branch of the Senior Hi-Y, organized for the Sopho- rnores of Abilene High School. lts purpose and platform are the same as those of the Senior Hi-Y. The major social function of the club this year was the Father and Son Banquet held in the high school cafeteria on November 10, 1942. The pur- pose of this banquet was to give the fathers an opportunity to meet the boys their sons associate With, get an idea of the activities of their sons, and meet the fathers of some of their sons' companions. Guy Daniel . . .,..... President Evan Duval . . Vice President Boyd Rogers . , .Secretary Fred Hughes . . . .Treasurer Fred Schultz ..., , . .Chaplain Mr. L. C. King , . . . . .Adviser Kay lohnson . . . .Sweetheart v 151351, 0 W x OXWQ? Qi Y H X AX X" .qv .. - H71 FP, 'TCM O - 1fg,5'g55?5aQ,1Nw'Q 1,-. 5 he .- .-a.QM,..5,fi.,g5qm3si A '- 0 3 Q 9 fr' 'ff-,V Yiffl -r s 4. ,, -,. PERSON ALITY GIRLS First Row: Bill Brown, Lillie Vletas, Patsy Petty, Dot Mead, Sarah Ballard, lody Luther, Annette Grubbs, Lessie Norvell, Bettye Horn Second Row: Alene Henley, Margaret Balch, Alice Ballard, Ann Ballard, Meta Alice Keith, Dot Coffman, Mary Ruth Higgins, Molly Hinds, Monta Middlebrooks, Mrs. George Wimbish Third Row: Louise Daniel, Wanda Pain, Bea lohnson, Stubbyfvlslambrick, Shirley Gaslcill, Pat Clark, Genevieve Hensley Brennan, Pat Yonge, Bobbie Dee Goodrich, Pauleta Rutherford The development of one's personality and the study of interesting personali- ties has been the object of the Personality Girls. On the night of February l9, the main social function, which was a banquet, was held at the Hickory Grill. A speech was made by Calvin Mclntosh on "The Ideal Girl," and this speech was acknowledged by Bea lohnson with "The Ideal Boy" as her subject. Dubb Duff was named sweetheart of the l942-l943 Club at that time. Dorothy Mead , . . ,..... President Sarah Ballard . , , , ,Vice President Annette Grubbs .Secretary-Treasurer lo Anne Luther , . . , , , , ,Reporter Mrs. George Wimbish , . Adviser 59" f'7f'r . -ff l'27' - i, - . Q-v5cj2:U"'z9v:F?'Pwr '- f' 1"f41ffYY'2',,f1W,..trvfixcyf., fN5't"vG'1 " Q ' P E R S O N A L I T Y G I R L S Al NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First Row: Mary Ann Noland, Martha Farr, Marjorie Weatherby, Winnie Dudley, Robert Page, Richard Collier, loe Bob lay, Betty Io Delano. Second How: Mr. H. S. Fatherree, Quentin Buch, Tommy Blakney, Taylor Paul, Donald Yar- bro, Iohn Crutchfield, Sam Henry Smith, Tommy Webb Third How: Dan Sorrells, Billy Bob Lewis, Iohn Griffin, S. C. Herring, Charles Grant Willis, Alton Wilson, Imogene Hassey, Mary Io Storman , Fourth How: Billie Ray Stewart, Bill McDaniel, Dorman Farmer, PGQQY Martin, Io Anne Nott, Sam Nixon, Anna Verne Clement, Annette Grubbs, Barbara McQuary. Fifth Row: Kathryne Myatt, Melissa Smith, Doris Keyes, Willie Lois Stephens, Martha Work, Alice Williams, loyce Longley, Donald Hanks, Martha Thompson, Hollyce Trantham, Otis Harvey Thirty-one members were inducted into the National Honor Society March 19, bringing the l943 membership to forty-tive. Members are chosen on the basis of their qualifications in tour fields: Character, Service, Leadership, and Schol- arship. Only fifteen per cent of the senior class may be chosen, and in Abilene High School, tive per cent are chosen toward the last ot their lunior year. This tive per cent makes up the nucleus ot the organization. It is their task to plan and then carry out their plans for the induction ceremony. Tommy Blakney . . . i , . . . ..,.,.. President Quentin Buch . . . .,., Vice President Martha Farr ..,..... ..... S ecretary Mr. H. S. Fatherree . , . .... Adviser VXIWOFT 3 'LVM W Q7 -,, V ,i'gh7l'ulfl1 ' F IL 'W L wwf-5-'-tfhivf fm-Q.. fa A '-W.mQ.-r-o- U ii?-if I S"V7glWe"7Y5Y5Z:'fiGu :Y ,. 2 1.6.6. IL! 1 Y -.1 ' ' 41- ' ' f ..-v -B , ,- C 'i!,,1 O ouaiga .5- urm --Wg -, N. h 4. .iq ,i was 1 '4'a.t::Lf,ff:--X' ' ..., 4-vt - 1. 'co ,C gym Q- Q Q ,W jf Liu figvxl if -Q ' ' Q wr NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE First Row: Shirleene Weir, Pat Yonge, Calvin Mclntosh, Tommy Webb, Sam Henry Smith, Patty Riddle, Martha Farr, Frank Everts Second Row: Kitty Moore, Lora Lee Cook, Dorothy Dowdy, lon Ann Grisham, Alton Wilson, loe Bob Iay, Buddy Korman, Billy Ladas Third Row: Mary Beth Patteson, Martha Pender, Catherine lohnson, Mary Sears, Dee Annis Barlow, Billie lean Fowler, Iames Wright, Robert Buckles, Annadell Harkey Fourth Row: Tom Carpenter, Bobby Fielder, Frances Tompkins, Dan Sorrells, Cecil Rutherford, Miss Pansy Gardner, Phil Kendrick, Raymond Thomason, Bob Milstead DEBATE Boys Girls State Meet .,,...,, ..,., M ay, 1942 District . . ..,.. .... A pril, Baylor Tournament . February, 1942 Regional ,. . , , ,.,,. April, Wichita Falls Meet , , .March, 1942 Abilene . ,.,... .,,.,,.. M arch, District Meet .,... ..,. A pril 1942 , . Regional Meet ,.,. .... A pril, 1942 RSQIOHG1 Wlnners' 1943 Abilene Meet . . . . .March, 1942 Martha Farr, Marylo Sears EXTEMPORANEOUS Boys Girls District . , .April, 1942 District , . ,.,.. April, DECLAMATKDN Phil Kendrick . . . Phil Kendrick , , . Patty Riddle , . 'XX Q ganwglfisg 5. M156 63 ski? , , . .Tri-State, Second Cration . Tri-State, Second Humorous . . Tri-State, Second Original Oration 1942 1942 1942 1942 A CAPPELLA First Row: Miss Ouida Clemons, Alene Henley, Lillie Vletas, Marilyn Kimbley, Ray McGloth- lin, S. C. Herring, Robert Page, Kathryne Myatt, Marjorie Weatherby, Alice Williams Second Row: Sherry Pechacek, Verina Hutchins, Dorothy Nell Haynes, Maxine Clement, Betty Cook, Mary Frances Hiatt, Martha Pender, Lavona Harris, loyce Marie Cwens, Darlene Graves, Mary jane Sage Third Row: Leroy White, Lorna Hunter, Helen lean Bond, Barbara McQuary, Melissa Smith, Genell Woodrum, lo Anne Nott, loyce Longley, Anna Verne Clement, Mary Elizabeth Meeks, Dudley Rowntree, Bobby Clements Fourth Row: Dubb Duti, Raymond Thomason, Dewey Higginbotham, Billy Darnell, Phil Ken- drick, Reese Foster, David Rudd, Charles Campbell, lames Anderson, lim Harrison, Dallas Perkins, Bill Thomas The A Cappella, co-operating with the Hardin-Simmons Voice Department, presented as its major project this year Mendelssohn's "Elijah," The program introduced Music Week, May 2-8, in Abilene. ln helping with the War effort, the choir entertained soldiers at the USC clubs and the service clubs. The club gave a Victory Concert at which two thousand dollars worth ot Stamps and Bonds were sold. Fall Spring Ray McGlothlin ...,,. .,,.. P resident , , . . . , , . Robert Page Robert Page . . , . . . . Vice President , . , . S. C. Herring Kathryne Myatt ,.,.,.. . , , Secretary . , . . Kathryne Myatt Marjorie Weatherby . . . . . . Librarian , . . Marjorie Weatherby Alice Williams .,...,. Reporter , , Alice Williams Miss Ouida Clemons ,... . . Director . . . . Miss Guida Clemons y,pv',V7g13i, Y ' - 'gQVgUvgQ'.w.51n- , 5 A 4151 V ,f-Wm. 'C?,QIa3J??Jf3,.!.rn.f H- eq. , . ,,,, ,M A r SEXTET Alene Henley Mary Elizabeth Meeks Lavoria Harris Lavinia Ward Kathryne Myatt Melissa Smith QUARTET Robert Page S. C. Herring lim Harrison Ray McG1oth1in GIRLS GLEE CLUB First Row: Miss Dorothy lean Shaw, Nancy Cawyer, Helen McDonald, Mary Lou Shanklin, Betty Rathmell, Mary Clive Newberry, lean Howard, Nancy Crandall Second How: LaVerne Green, Mildred Austin, Clora Nell Lawson, Ozella Leonard, Gladys Townsend, Hattie Stinc hcomb, Barbara Ebbert Third Row: Virginia McGaughey, Lottie Pearl Burk, Cleta Iames, Sue Helen Bradshaw, Pattie Hunter, Pat Strawn, Dorothy Symes, Betty Cook, Evelyn Gates Fourth How: Mary Spicer, Mary Catherine Higdon, Winnie lones, Maxine Clement, Charlotte Steele, Elberta Cline, Dura Mae Waldrop, Hazel Clayton, Bon- nie lean Constant "Ireland Foreverw was presented by the English and Voice Departments in assembly March 22. Tommy Webb was narrator for the program, while Phil Kendrick, Sarah Ballard, and Peggy Martin recited poems dealing with Irish leg- ends. Mary lane Sage, Helen lean Bond, and Reese Foster gave individual voice selections, and the Glee Club gave several numbers. fi? A W-31319 c WW , 070' 1 1-L S' :v f,,.- x, A ,, ffl 'gfv.- ,I ,, ,. ,gg,U,,fo., -V . nv.. .. ,L ,.f ,rirvywgygggrv 5- .ul A . J, h G fu . at 3, V 122' ,r-Egfr? Grshcgg-fr 9?-f GIRLS GLEE CLUB First How: Miss Ouida Clemons, Alene Henley, Lavinia Ward, Mary lane Sage, Adelle Splawn, Mary Frances Hiatt, Peggy Martin, Eualine Hicks, Florine Smith, Violet Simpson Second How: Victoria Shaheen, lennelou Kuehn, Mary Ruth Pearce, lyreldyne Henderson, Rebecca Flores, Lavana Harris, Pat Yonge, Clair Whitten, Carolyn Grisham, lean Bowers Third Row: Marjorie Weatherby, lo Ioyce Longley, Billie lean Fowler, lo Anne Nott, Ioyce Marie Owens, Melissa Smith, lody Luther, Lillie Vletas, Sherry Pechacek, Verina Hutchins Fourth Row: Birdie Margaret Walker, Lorna Hunter, Peggy Pgull Emily Lowrie, Bernice Perry, Helen lean Bond, Dorothy Nell Haynes, Barbara ackson, Dorothy Harper Fifth Row: Io Anne Powers, Barbara McQuary, Kathryne Myatt, Alice Williams, Genell Woods rum, Anna Verne Clement, Martha Pender, Darlene Graves, Marilyn Kirnbley, Mary Ruth Higgins, Patty Lynn Britain It was in 1927 that the Girls Glee Club was first organized under the direc- tion oi Miss Dorothy Porter. Regular meetings were held once a week. This club has progressed until it is an affiliated subject held several periods each day. Girls interested in music may become members. In the first club there Were only twenty-three members, and this year the membership grew to nearly one hundred members. Besides singing at USO clubs and Camp Barkeley, the girls gave many civic programs. - 1 7- xg c,.q,,,g5,,Vy.'E' IERHE giggle tw9b'sLib ht7-:DW ,QXXU Q g Q Q, BOYS GLEE CLUB 40? First Row: Raymond Thomason, lames Anderson, Bobby Clements, Phil Kendrick, S. C. Herring, Robert Page, Miss Ouida Clemons Second Row: Dudley Rowntree, Glendel Lang, Ray Mc- Glothlin, lim Harrison, Charles Campbell, David Rudd, Darrell Lawless Third Row: Leroy White, Dewey l-ligginbotham, Billy Dar- nell, Reese Foster, Dallas Perkins, Bill Thomas, Dub Duit The Boys Glee Club was organized in l925 for the first time in Abilene High School. The iirst program ever given by the club was in December ot that year at the Teachers' lnstitute. There were only thirteen members in the club at that time. The enrollment included boys interested in the development oi the appreciation of music. Each year the members ot the Boys Quartet are chosen from this group ot boys. There are twenty members in the choir this year. Steve Powers .President Burton Clifton , , . Vice President S. C. l-lerring . . Secretary-Treasurer Miss Guida Clemons . . Director L Q 7 W -var 1 - Q -f ij Tu ffy "t' Q9 6 0 'V I STARDUSTERS Cornets Saxophones Billy Bob Lewis Tommy Blcfknev Hum McKinley Earl Williams Iohn Walker Homer Harker Drums Trombones Frank Everts 55511115 Tfififfiil Bass Fiddle Billie Lois Aman pmmst Vocalist Ctis Harvey by Sue Self The Swing Band, the first in the history of Abilene l-ligh School, was organized in the early fall of this year. At first there were only seven members, but before the school year ended there were fourteen. At the first meeting the theme song, "Star Dust," was decided upong therefore the name "The Star- dusters" was given to the organization. A Weekly program has been given over KRBC on Monday evenings at 8:l5. Besides those programs, the group entertained soldiers at USO Clubs and Service Clubs. Vocal selections were given throughout the ycar by lov Sue Self and Melissa Smith. .WX QCJQQ Qxyv Y ' O G!! L. 'ibfwm px? va vs' u - fe L ri ff-i ff' x x .ri ,-s Jw ORCHESTRA Billy Lois Aman, Peggy Boatwright, Lockilou Bynum, Aubrey Connally, Dor- othy Cutbirth, Martha Daniel, Bichard Davis, Prank Everts, Martha Parr, Billy Fielder, Gtis Harvey, Gaylia Wray Hilburn, Billy Bob Lewis, Darlene Mackey, Hunt McKinley, Betty lo Pearce, Mary Buth Pearce, loy Sue Self, Nona Mae Snow, Yvonne Starnes Giving chapel programs, aiding in Christmas programs, and performing for various other occasions are only a few of the activities of the Abilene High School Orchestra. The purpose of this organization is to promote the appreciation of good music among the student body and the members. The outstanding social function held by the Orchestra members was the picnic early in the fall. Billy Bob Lewis . . . ,President Hunt MCKUHGY Vice President loy Sue Self . ..... Secretary Martha Parr ,,..,.. , . .Treasurer Mr. Raymond T Bynum , . , , Director we-9 f U TWO PM 'Su - .,,, U, I-: I - 'Kal gk Lv ,.,y.' -. X .f x ,..f.g-1l .'..-, .,-V2,sc,7.,y,., ,, ? ,371 . .,.' -5 'g, or -4, U F " 'SJ C4 'V I f, N ..-Q' . A v 1 o -':,g3 O Q25 is X g',g:1,g51Q2i :Via fl?-. S G -r A-A Q fgpgfe X135 1 Q XG. tl ,QWS1Q.,.'9Xy5i3?n.. 1 ' 4' " df GIRLS BAND First Row: Betty lo Pearce, Nona Mae Snow, Ann Iohnson, Virginia Mc Gauahey, loy Sue Self, Betty lo Daniel, Wanda Lou Hill Second Row: Martha Ann Daniel, Myrtle Ruth Barnes, Barbara Srnith, Flor- ence Tollett, Eula Faye Darnell, Virginia Lane, Barbara Casey ' Third Row: Dessie Lee Laird, Floy Outbirth, Annadell l-larkey, Dolly Down ina, Yvonne Starnes, Mary Francisco, Lola Fonville Fourth Row: Billie Lois Aman, Olarice Hiaains, Elaine Starnes MARY FRANClSOO First Officer LOLA F ONVILLE Second Officer BETTY IO PEARCE Second Officer MARTHA DANIEL Third Officer NONA MAE SNOW Third Officer CLARICE l-UGO-lNS Drum Majoretfe 'Q dell AJQ 361363 NATIONAL THESPIANS First Row: Katydell McCarty, Everett McCfe hee, Martha Farr, Lavinia Ward, loe Bob lay, Phil Kendrick, Lora Lee Cook, Dorothy Dowdy, Catherine Moore, Barbara Browning, Frank Everts Second Row: Bobby Fielder, Mary Beth Patteson, Cora Leslie Clark, Ola Faye Burgess, Edith Abbott, May Elizabeth Burton, Martha Thompson, Bobbie Dean Duncan, Maxine Doss, Ion Ann Grisham, Edwin Brahaney Third Row: Tom Carpenter, Billy Ladas, Gen ell Woodrum, Betty McAlister, Nona Mae Snow, Frances Tompkins, Sam Nixon, Iane Shirley, Io Ann Eederbush, Martha Pender, Evelyn 'Wil- loughby Fourth Row: Mrs. Howard Miller, Billy Darnell, Dean Miller, Calvin Mclntosh, Sam Henry Smith, Cecil Rutherford, Dan Sorrells, Bob Milstead, Dubb Dutt, Raymond Thomason, Benny Bailey, Robert Page SMILIN' 'THRCUGH Allan Langdon Martin Directed by Mrs. Howard Miller The Prologue Sarah Wayne . . ..,...., ..,,.. . , Mary Io Storman Mary Clare , . , , . . . , , ,lon Ann Grisham The Cast lohn Carteret ..,, , ,Raymond Thomason Dr. Owen Harding Sam Henry Smith Ellen .,..,..,,,,..., , . i Martha Farr Kathleen Dungannon , Louise Harrup Willie Ainley , , , Alton Wilson Kenneth Wayne Phil Kendrick lermiah Wayne Phil Kendrick Moonyeen Clare . , i .Dorothy Dowdy Mary Wayne . . . , . .Lora Lee Cook TOURNAMENT PLAY lOl-IN DOE By Bernard V. Dryer Directed by Mr. Ernest Sublett First in Regional Characters Benny Bailey r,,. . . , , , , lohn Doe Dorothy Dowdy . , . V.,, .Ruby loe Bob lay ..... . . . .limmy Phil Kendrick ,i... ..,..... A rthur Dan Sorrells ...,,... , ,,ii,r,,. lesse Sam Henry Smith ,i.,.. , . , Father lulio Raymond Thomason . . . , , . . . . . . .... .,... . . . , . . . . Petti This year the National Thespians under the direction of Mrs. Howard Miller presented "Exchange," Hlazz and Minuetf' "Thank You, Doctor," and "The Eve and Eveline." The casts of these productions were selected from the Speech De- partment, Whose members are also members ofthe National Thespians. Those persons in the plays received credit for their Work in this national organization. The casts selected tor the senior play "Smilin' Through" are also members. OFFICERS OE NATIONAL THESPIANS Phil Kendrick T... . . . , . , . . . . . . . . , .President loe Bob lay . . . . Vice President Lora Lee Cook . . . , .Secretary Dorothy Dowdy . . , , Reporter Mrs. Howard Miller . , .,., Adviser DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATION S we m,LLLL Calvin Coplen C. CS H. Distributing Company Douglas Hill Russell ci Roberts Cleaners and Dyers lack Lanier Minter Dry Goods Company A--Af-ki Kenneth Campbell S. CS Q. Clothiers Earl Darden David S. Castle Company, Architects Thomas Revell Abilene Machine Company -rw-Af Mr. Rainey Gwen Instructor Mr. Frank Etter lnstructor Rollie Cloud, Ir. Hughes Printing and Office Supplies Allen Young i Underwood Type- writer Co. Donald Iolly Sun Electric Co. Dayle Greqq Bruton I. C. Penney Co. Leroy Alexander Western Chevrolet Walter Alexander Crain Office Supply Dannie Beasley Waddinqton's Ladies Apparel Gene Horton Crowell Iewelry Calvin Brooks Safeway Grocery No. 25 Reed Brooks Abilene Electric Company Lamar Muston Everett Sheet Metal Co. Billie Mae Buster Presley Jewelry Lowell Milstead Hoppe Electric Co. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATION S FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA First Bow: Wanda Fain, Charles Trickey, loyce Drummond, Milburn Warner, lo Anne Powers, lohn Axe, lean Newman, Bay Hardwick Second How: Alfred Oliver, Harold Chapman, Billy Quattlebaum, E. B. Cox, Don Cothron, Roy Fuller, Wallace Jordan, Ioe Antilley, Boy Lee Leqgett. Third How: Carrol Bland, Ernest Nichols, Bobby loe Vaughn, B. C. Farmer, lohn Tom Winni- ford, Aubrey Crider, Ioe Winniford, I. l. Collingsworth, Kenneth Drummond Fourth How: Lloyd Keith, Iames Box, Ellis Skipper, Charles Bullock, Leon Nichols, Clinton McCombs, Berl Owens, Iames Shelton, Bay Gene Mims Fifth Row: Mr. I. l. Moore, Dick Antilley, Billy Bay Smith, Bobby Ray Moore, George Pliler, Del- wyn Dill, Tommy Wheeler, Cleon Smith, Iames Carroll, Glen Rucker The Future Farmers of America is composed of chartered associations of forty- seven States, Puerto Bico, and Hawaii. These in turn are made into local chap- ters, located in high schools where vocational agriculture is taught. The boys enrolled in this subject make up the active membership lists, but there are also associate and honorary members. Four degrees of membership that are given are "Green-Hand," "Future Farmer," "Lone Star Farmer," and "American Farm- er." The chief object for this year has been production of food and fiber. The motto is "Learning to do, doing to learng earning to live, and living to serve." lohn W. Axe , , . President . . . , , . . lohn W. Axe Charles Trickey , . , , Vice President . . Charles Trickey Billy Wayne Foster ....,.. Secretary , . . . . . George Pliler Bay Hardwick . . , Treasurer . , , , , Bay Hardwick Milburn Warner Reporter , , Milburn Warner Dickie Don Antilley , . Watch Dog . , Dickie Don Antilley Leonard Skipper , Parliamentarian . Leonard Skipper F U T U R E Eyr- F A R M E R S B A N Q U E T TI-IIRTEEN MASQUES First Bow: Kittie Moore, Martha Pender, lon Ann Grisham, Sam l-lenry Smith, Dorothy Dowdy, Lavinia Ward, Maxine Doss Second Bow: Billy Ladas, Lora Lee Cook, Billy Darnell, Cecil Butheriord, Nona Mae Snow, lohnny Shaw, loe Bob lay Third Bow: Mr. Ernest Sublett, Phil Kendrick, Benny Bailey, Baymond Thomason, Dan Sorrels, Dean Miller, Tom Carpenter The Thirteen Masques, the newly organized dramatic so- ciety, consists ot thirteen oriainal members and apprentice mem- bers. Each member is known by a number, and as each position is vacated an apprentice member fills the vacancy. The club produced "Sublime Delusion," and "Arizona Cowboy." Sam Henry Smith , ,,,,, President David Richey . . . . ..,,. Vice President Dorothy Dowdy . . , Secretary-Treasurer lon Ann Grisham . . . , Reporter Mr. Ernest Sublett , . . Adviser f 'qv r1W"vf"' .t,"?ffQr-2 W WW-L ' if gym: - -1 0 v Qffffrdie- ,Qf?.3:91mQ Q-"tE::'?ggEg39pg2egfg,1f , - A-'ter V' ---- A' 45 9 Gu 1+ 39 ' !-,Zfff4'1,-5--'Sv ,A ,'.' 7 , vw ' 1 - -ri IJ! -' 4' SPRING HAS COME L - ,fm 6 .W f 1. 1 ,'L 'h , 1' 1 if 3 f Rig ,rw- ? 9 9' HH . Take me buck to Frisco . . . If the air pressuie were high 111 this !'O1"7D1Y1l"1ifV . . . Nice ropiriq, Mafvio 4 , , The beczufies of Abilene High . . . This wus11't cl stciqe kiss! , , . Heap good bug juice . . Me White Lions friend! . . . Promenfzde mil , . . Food at last! AS TIME GOES BY "I present you with this trophyA" , . , Upsie-daisy . . . Beiween classes . . , Miss Liberty oi Abilene High 4 . . Second child hood . , . After school . . . Shades in Rhythm . , . Pre-senioiion of the new ilorg . . . X-Hier the pep folly . . , Four-tweniy bell-W beczt ii! . . , Look at the busy siudents! SIDE LIGHTS Annual Father and Son banquer given bv the Hi-Y . , . Morning flag-raisins: , , , Girls now run ihe obstacle Coigse . , , The qirls are now floincy- - . . . Junior staff oi the Flashlight . . . Elficieni workers in ihe Counselors olfir-e , 4 4 Somefhinq seenxs to be interesting . , . "We choose you, Marilyn, cis the Sweetheczri oi the Eagle Band" . . . Up those long, long stairs FROM EAGLELAND KX 1 if PUIITHHQ' cr lla! . . . Mr. Clrry is sllll cz tecrclrer . . . Ola, ,few SCOLllIflYQll . . . Sfzge Crew boys really cr! up . . . Class advisers . . . Armiller servrrre mcm viszls the Ecqles . . . Qcrrlery Brfzls work . . Dlvernulred Oc-cupclions Class enfoys flue benelils ol Sarnia Claus . . . Workers in Mrs. Smltlrs Offzfe Vfrfz' Vivfcfry ,bladfu 1 ' - I7 f L, V. jf , ' ff Mybpgbi JQQLQQ ,0VL' ,.1JJ0LjLA'574 ' f' Q-C14 Jfazwz, gil, M7 ,Lg 74 ,g,f,Ql XJVAQ , ,LMA 4g gw+f0Qlff"- J ,, 3 f if , l R, QQ fff ?fJ Il-ff? 1271 mu ,pnfarzz fi ,ff1 f..?l Jude! fa Advcrfiscrs Abilene Christian College ...e. Abilene Laundry Co. .,..,.,,.,A AA A A Abilene Printing 6. Stationery Co. Altman's Style Shop l.i,.,.. A A A A A A A Banner Creameries A A A A A A A A Barq's Bottling Co. A A A A A A A A Barrow Furniture Co. A A A A Barnes-Williams Drug Co. Bobby Walker Theater .,A. ...., Broadway Theater ...... .,.. Cafeteria A A A A A A A A Campbell's ,.,.r,r. Chandler, Emmette .,.. .,,, Chenoweth Print Shop A A A A A A A Citizens National Bank A A A Clinic Pharmacy ....., ..i.. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. A A A A A A A Crain Office Supply A A A A A A A Crowell Iewelry AAAAAA Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. A ,AAAAA A A A A A Draughon's Business College AAAAAAAAAA Farmers G Merchants National Bank Fielder-Dillingham Lumber Co. A A A A A A Grant, W. T., Co. AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAA A A Grissom's, Ernest, Department Store Hall Music Co. AAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA A Hardin-Simmons University AA A Hendrick Memorial Hospital A A Hicks, C. E., Food Store A A A A A A A A Hickory Grill AAAAAA A A A A A A A A Hilton Hotel AAAAAAA AAAAA Lion Hardware Co. A A A A A A A Longhorn Creamery A A A A A A A A McDaniel Music Co. A A A A A A A A McMurry College AAA. AAAA Manly, Hollis L. A A A A A A A A Mead's Bakery AAAA AAAAA Miller-Perkins A A A A A A A A Minter's Dry Goods AAAA Owen Iewelry AAAA. Paramount Theater AAAA Parson's Beauty Shop A A A Pender Co. AAAAAAAAAA A Penney, I. C., Co. AAAA A A Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. A A Piggly-Wiggly Stores A A A Presley Iewelry Co. A A A A Radford, I. M., Wholesale R. C. Cola Bottling Co. A A Record Shop, The Richard's Shoe Shop AAAA Right-Way Laundry Co. A Russey Printing Co. A A A A Sears-Roebuck 6- Co. A A A Security Investment Co. A Shelton-Webb Motor Co. Shoe Service Store AAAAA Smith, Rex A. AAAAAAAAA A South Texas Lumber Co. Sportland AAAAAAAAAAAAAA S. ci O. Clothiers AAAA Star Furniture Co. A A A Taystee Baking Co. A A A A Texas Theater AAAAA Thurman's Studio AAAA Universal Cover Co. A A A Universal Motor Co. AA A University Florists A A A Ward's Hilton Drug AAAAA West Texas Cotton Oil Co. West Texas Utilities Co. A Western Auto Co. AAAAA A Woolworth, FA W., Co. A A Wooten Hotel AAAAAAAAA Wooten Hotel Pharmacy Grocery Jon Ann: uGee, Melissa, this is THE dressfl lVleta Alice: ulsook at this darling hatlw Peggy: uAnd here are just the shoes to complete the wardrohef, You too can find that ideal wardrobe at Mel Shows Buddy and Marilyn the fine points of a picture made by lVlr. Thurman, the official Flash- light photographerg while Wayne and K a t h l e e n lo o k at another Thurman specialty. Mac, with his usual eagerness, is fascinated by an Abilene High School beauty produced by lathe h o u s e of better photography? Thurman? QQ -' Z' Z, f + IN ' -1 V 0 ' LD 1 EN NCEOEI IOI AN EXCLUSIVE FLAVOR CREATION OF WHICH YOU NEVER GROW TIRED BMJ A BITE TO EAT "Just because that Barq's Orange you're drinking is so delicious, Pauleta, is no reason for your gulping it Clown," grins Molly. "After all, yougn- have another" Mary lean chooses BARQ'S ROOT BEER? but Molly prefers 12 ounces of BARQ7S GRAPE. Barq's Bottling Co. "1"F""'1 Speaking of Pictures just look at these AHS lasses QPat, Shirleylgeajt outfitted in Min- ter7s spring frocks. Don,t forget those handsome sport coats Tommy and Harold are wearing. For quality goods that will make YOU as pretty as a picture See lVlinter's Department Store Page, I Nice hot loaves! Buy themg try them! Bread for family needs Good bread, fine bread, Try it, buy itffMEAD'S MEAIPS FINE BREAD Qashioued glfl' ,Mala 0 Miss Pruitt: "You'd never uess admirin the saccharine sweetness of this charm- g 2 g ing hat, that it was designed for MEN! Or would you?" O. L. Miller: "There's certainly something feminine and clinging-viney about the man-appealing loolc of it on you, Betty. How about a date?', Clair Whitten: l'Decline a verb, but never decline a date, my pet!" Betty Bouchette: "Well,- I go, you go, we all go to Ernest Grissom's for our clothes! ' ' fzllf-YWU' Uffllffe 3 2 Z 0 Cypress Page 155 Abilene Christian ollege HARDIN ADMINISTRATION BUILDING AND CAMPUS The Kind of College You Are Looking For If You Are Going to College in September You Will Be Interested in the Advantages Offered By ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE . A Co-Educational College-Moderate Size -C600 Studentsj. . Christian Associates-Bible Study. . Excellent Library-Well Equipped Laboratories. . Personalized Education. . Scholarly, Thoroughly Qualified Faculty. . Live Program of Student Activities. . Athletics for all. . High Academic Standing. . Reasonable Expenses-Student Aid. . Pre-Professional Training. . Friendly, Democratic Social Life. . Successful Graduates. . Demonstration School for Grade and High School Students. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10. Well-Balanced Curriculum-Speed-Up Course. 11 12 13 14 15 . Cosmopolitan Student Body. Page 165 COME TO ABILENE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE The Friendly, Growing College DON I-I. MORRIS, President A Friendly Welcome Awaits You at ACC-Your College Days Here Will Be Happy, Memorable Days. Fall Semester Opens September 14, 1943 Write For Catalog Today You Are Cordially Invited to Visit our Campus or to tele- phone us about your plans for your college work. Tele- phone 4381-4382. Un march 5 1943 the Band Mgot in stepw with a lively banquet at the Hi ton Hotel Ballroom Everyone enjoyed the food, the entertainment, and especially the courteous service shown to alll CCJNTI UE CN- dh own 14. all. S. Ideal! RDI - IMMONS U IVERITY PRESIDENT W. R. WHITE There were over l5O Abilene High School graduates enrolled at Hardin-Simmons this year, all continuing their education in a school they love. At Hardin-Simmons, President White and his entire faculty constantly work to maintain that friendly religious atmosphere all students enjoy. You will find Dr. White and every faculty member anxious to aid and counsel on all occasions-friends of all and to all. Hardin-Simmons has an accelerated program, built to meet war conditions and so arranged to permit graduation in four semesters and three summer schools, or five semesters and two summers. Summer school starts lune l, offering l5 weeks of study, or two six-week pro- grams, if you desire. The courses will help you to fit into the war program quickly and to gain more rapid advancement if you enter the armed services later. You'll enjoy life at Hardin-Simmons and benefit, too. Write to Dr. W. R. White, president, today for a catalogue or to ask a representative to call. Or better yet, come up and visit on the campus and find out what you wish to know about the program. Page 158 I l l xx l ll ' Electricity helps make his tm hat TOUGH. No soldier in the world today has a bet- women with training and experience in '. , Q, ter, tougher helmet than our own fight- production problems. Q " ' ' - . mg men. It s made of manganese steel Thls power was ready when War mme the toughest' strongest Protectwe Steel because there men and women already that science and industry together can ' ., 0' ,, ' . , . . had the know-how and the freedom to produce. And it s made in electric fur- . - - - - I . , plan and create-the initiative to invent naces at 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit. . Q , 6 N X ' l and improve-for erefybody 5 bene t. , By helping make steel strong, electric Th, , YI h E W 1 P0wer makes XVest Texas and Uncle Sam T ISL wo' 'S JL yy tt 6 alferag" di CM m.0ng't00. exas ome to ay ge.s twice' or ,ice 5 , . , times as much electricity for its money bv One big basic reason'for llncle Sam s as just ten or fifteen years ago! A matchless war production IS Americals I ' I' ' abundant power Supply, Over 90 per gem It's the reason why electricity wul be INVEST gf which is supplied by electric compa- on the yob to help rebulld a battered IN nies like the XVest Texas Utilities . .. World-after We have Won the Vlcwfl' AMERICA operating under well-balanced business and the Peace- management and manned by men and WestTexas Utilities Buy War Bonds and Sfamps! you Would Rather not Kean: Home in ga in Kvllcge? ln times like these, your attitude is a natural one. Many students, during the next two years, will be living on time that is borrowed from Uncle Sam, and with civilian traveling facilities at a low ebb, most students will prefer to receive their training as near home as they possibly can. We have adapted our entire curriculum to the new "war-time high" spirit of pro- duction, but at the same time we have retained our traditional standards, ideal- ly inspired by the American lndustrial "E" for Excellence in achievement. You are welcome to our campus. l-low well do you know us? We invite you to visit the Reservation and discuss with our administrators the possibility of your staying at home without sacrificing in any way your College career. DU WlVlClVlURRY High School Students the beautiful Colonial Suite or the less formal Naturally Prefer Roof Garden in which to hold their soeials. l-l 0 T E l.. W 0 0 T E N Abilenels Most Modern Hotel Bob Westbrook, Mgr Page 17 IIITEHSTHTE THEHTEHS, IHCUHPURHTED, Include Paramuunl, Hlajesne, llueen and Palace Theaters R. CTDCNNELL, General Manager of Interstate Theaters, Inc. Actual operation of the Interstate Theaters, Incor- porated, falls to the man pictured here. He is Robert J. O'Donne1l, known to most folks as "Bobf' O'Donnell, like most other successful showmen, has spent practically all hi.s life in the business. He is recognized now as the best gauger of public-theater likes and dislikes in the business. He is active in various charitable projects, and just recently was made National Chief Barker of the Variety Club of America, a shoWman's charity organization. He set :1 charity pace for Freeman Memorial Clinic Sur- gical Ward that brought recognition from the Na- tional Variety Organization. Under his direction a camp for underprivileged children has also been sponsored by the Variety Club. KARL HOBLITZELLE, President of Interstate Theaters, Inc. Karl Hoblitzelle, president of the Interstate The- aters. is as well known throughout the nation for his civic activities as he is for his executive ability in the theater business. He is actively identified with a score of civic improvements and plans not only in Dallas where he lives, but in many other cities. COMMUNITY-His civic interest is best evidenced by the fact that his theaters everywhere are a vital and integral part of the community in which they operate. His employees are deputized to participate in all civic, moral, and cultural advancements in their community. Page 173 AHILENE PHINTINE 8 EIATIIINEHY EU. PRINTERS STATIONERS COMPLETE OFFICE OUTFITTERS F7 Gennine Engraved Wedding lnnifdfiene 3 dnd ,flnnenneernenfs Ynuktakifms 5 S1050 for 50 5 . No Extra Charge for Engraving Plate Choice of different styles f l ering. This pric cludes inside and outside envelopes. Additional In - . F' tions or Announcements at 7 ts each. I 2 7 D Printed Wedding Invita ' -- Z D lk 100 .......icc......,,. .cc..,.... ..c...i..,......,..c,.. 5 8 .50 kf Wd-C40 50 .EEE.......ii.,..,.c..........EEcc.....i.....,icc,c....,.,.... 56.00 Xf 572 X P ices Include Inside and Outside Envelopes Samples May Be Seen Ar Our Store Printers ef ine 1943 gldsnlrynt Store IO38 N. 2nd St., Factory 24I Hickory St. Abilene, Texas Attention, Young l Americans! Mr. Barrow says, Hlnsure your future homes. Buy War Bonds and Stamps nowf' J oe Bob, Dorothy, Ann, and Dean agree whole- heartedly. Barrow Furniture Compan Martha: uEven waitinff at I7 the Broadway is a pleasure, Jamesf' y James: '4Yes, Broadway pic- tures are worth waiting forf' Wayne: Mlim sure we can L 7 get two date seals near our Abilene High Eagle soon. Mary: G'Oh well, even wait- ing isnit had so long as cold drinks and popcorn 'ue not rationedf' Oh BRORDWCIV RMERICR I OPPOSFFE Fl P ST UJDERPRSS B yr uuun maint UF ctntlrltu HITS Page 175 MStamp out the Axis with War Stampsfi urges Dan. "And don't forget," says Kitty, 'Qthat the Stamps We buy may help equip some AHS ex in the future." Dotty and Douglas aclcl their approval, and so Cloes the Woolworth Co., whose advice to everyone is, "Take Your Change in War Stamps." F W Woolworth Company Hey, You MHep-Catsw Get in the groove with Benny Goodmanis fand Tsehaikowskyasj latest recordings. Everything on your 44lVIust7' list can be found at the The RECORD SHOP Whether foot b al l or band is being' discussed-- R. C. Cola always manages to get into the conversation, as is evident in this snap of Coach Hilliard and Prof. Bynum, each with the drink that is "best by his taste-test." R. C. Cola Bottlin o 'lFord has always been a favorite with me,77 remarks Donald. l'With me, too," says Everette, 'land espe- cially now when its ex- tra miles per gallon go a long way in curing my 'A' book blues." Dorothy and Lora Pearl declare, "You can't go wrong in choosing a Ford." Universal Motor Company Page 177 Elsie, the cow, says- l 'QThese kids aren't so dumb. They know that Piggly-Wigzly Stores offer the best snacks for the best prices sol have some more buns and wieners, lcidslu Piggly-Wiggly Stores of Abilene . X' V For Victory Gardens While John L., Robbie Dee, and Neal are dis- cussing t h e i r victory gardens, Bill and C. H. shop for seeds and gar- den equipment at ears - Roebuck 84 Co. At the cage Mr. Fath- erree deposits for the athletic fund, and next in line is Mr. Dudley. Behind them wages a Flashlight - Battery dis- pute as to who has the more money in the bank. Regardless of who is right, both sides agree that the safest place for a deposit is Farmers 81 ercliants ational Bank Proucll They Serve From military headquarters, army camps, and naval stations throughout the country come grateful letters from young men, telling how the Draughon training is helping them to serve their country in vital capacities as assistants to commanding officers and in office work in the Quartermaster's Corps, Procurement and Finance Departments, and other office assignments. They en- joy higher pay, preferred status, and opportunities for advancement, Young men not yet of military age can soon com- plete a course here that will prepare them for interest- ing positions and good pay in important defense and business offices. If later called into the service, their training will not only be valuable then, but will pro- vide a finc foundation for the reconstruction period afterwards. YOUNG WOMEN NEEDED Young women now have vital opportunities to both serve and achieve. Thousands will be needed in busi- ness to replace men being called into military service- almost twice as many positions every month as we can fill. ' . There is also an acute shortage of young women for government positions in Washington, D. C., and many other areas, at starting salaries of 31,750 to 31,971 a year. Every week Draughon students and alumni are leaving to accept positions of this kind-often after only a very few months of preparation. New Time-Saving Courses Emergency schedules, streamlined courses, and individual progress enable students to enter any day and prepare for good starting positions in only a fraction of the time required in other types of educational institutions. No one is rushed on or held back by others. Special summer rates and terms. if BUSINESS COLLEGE ABILENE, TEXAS Page 179 HW ,Lfi . A B Yes - even debat- ers get a shine now- adays. fPardon the slam, boysj However, they know Where to come for a truly good shoe-shine. You guessed it - its the RICHARD SHOE SHOP Diamonds Silver Q Watches China Q Jewelry -gig Crystal Q Pearls 54 M6417 M21 ff Clocks , Maw ,W Uwfye mm Bracelets JZW7 1507726 Book Ends 0 wi' Lockets Pens Q or ,AY B- Belts Pencils FI BILCHC Tgxqg An Amicable Life Endowment Policy will Guarantee Your Financial Independence Mr. Manly decides the argument--in this case it's AMICABLE LIFE! HOLLIS L. MANLY GENERAL AGENT AMICABLE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 501-05 Utilities Building These High School students enjoy attending the TEXHS THEHTRE Will Rogers' picture attracts Berlls, Jennelou's, Wynogene,s, and Bolfs attention in the lobby of the TEXAS. Page 181 M-.W -.Mass 'N-....., Betty: HlVly what a pert hatlw Mltls plenty dar- ling, agrees Mon- ta, uhut just look at this spring eoatf, Elsie: Mltls a real sensationll' For Originality and Exclusiveness Come to MILLER - PERKI Paqe 182 Jody: 'QI could eat cookies like these all dayf, Frances: ' Jerry, Dud- ley and I can't decide what we want--and no wonder, for just look at the many different choices afforded by the tempting c a n d y display at . T. GRANT' 4 J May the Spirit of the Eagles and the X Service of the ff" W CLINIC PHARMAC Always be with You . A X53 K I ,M.f.ff-sv-14.-,i,, me --if-.W-.r.-wp.. tr ,A , ,,,.i,,,i,..- .V-W..,,....Q........ . f- ,. i, some, -. M ., i,'., 25 ee K -t ff so , ,jf . it it if 1 "No kiddini, Lessiel this Banner ice cream is superln exclaims Pauleta. 'lYou bet! After a ride like that, it really peps you up." HYeal1, and wl'1at's more-all Banner products are deliciousln echo Patricia and Lillie, and Molly winks her approval. BANNER CREAMERY Page IB? Rings for your fingers! Pins for your clothes! The best of fine jewelry Crowell always shows. CRCWE LL JE WE LRY IN ABILENE IT IS- 5 ' ' GHG ' :AI if " -.. C Kg IYBA 159 'or counsx' Home of Cleaner Dairy Products-Milk, Butter, Ice Cream, and Cottage Cheese 4th and ChCSf11Llt "All Pasteurizedn Phone 6277 Clothes for Young Men and Men Who Stay Young "Styled For the Four Hundred" Q'Priced For the Forty Million" Ahilene's Largest Store For Men and Boys 158 Pine St. Phone 5 544 Page 184 e o s sss sesese es eseoeouee ee o e E A Complete Stock of I ' ' ' """ .:,1 :': - fi -f Bu11d1ng Matenal E Paint and Wall - 1 y-'2' "Af Paper f We - We South Texas Lumber Co. 501 Sycamore Phone 6232 FEED spculm COTTONSEED PRODUCT Manufactured by West Texas Cottonoil Co. ABILENE, TEXAS PQ 46The West Texas H0uSe', TH E EN DER.. QMPANXQ FURNITURE LOOSE LEAE FILING DEVICES SYSTEMS SAEES ETC. .Manufacturing Qgtationers Complete Line of Office SupplieS PRINTING PHONE A1722 FILM AT SECOND bT Call Us For That Next Printing 1019 NEWSPAPERS TABLOIDS LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES STATEMENTS TNVOTCES INVITATIONS FOLDERS BCOKLETS ANNOUNCEMENTS BUSINESS CARDS PERSONAL CARDS PERSONAL STATIONERY Russey's Printing Company "Anything From Cards to Newspapers" P 185 These AHS exes Uerry, Gladys, Frances, Norma, Lucile, Beunettal are engaged in WAR WORK with a FUTURE! To win the war to make a worthy peace, AMERICA Nl'll'lllS lVl0lili NURSES. For bulletins and full particulars write Director of Nurses Hendrick Memorial Hospitnaln 5:1134 X .oi These students have found that Sportland is the place to go for fun and relaxa- tion after a tedious day at school. Sportland 102 Chestnut ' ' " Page 187 Whether itis luggage Qas shown in the picturej or any- thing in the line of quality office supplies, the place to make your purchase is CRAIN CJFFICE SUPPLY On a Hot Summer Day these ha hi h school lads and PPY g lassies can surely go for a bottle of that "Hits-the-Spot" drink. Yes sir, Pepsi-Cola is the ideal bev- erage - since you get twice as much-and for a nickel, too. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Page 188 Abilene High Students are amazed at the massiveness of the vault system at the Citizens National Bank Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Louise and Betty are examining a fur chubby, while Mrs. Altman explains to Lucy how popular fin- ger-length coats are this season. For the latest and most popular styles come to Altman's Style Shop " "ha 'g' Corlis: "Man, oh man, these watches are really ITV, Joyce: "And judging by David and Lavinia, Owen's rings have plenty of the old appeal, too." For jewelry to suit your taste and pocketbook see Owen Jewell' These students have found that for durability, economy, and all-round quality per- formance a Pontiac canlt be beat Shelton-Webb Motor Co. Puqe 189 ww 1' 65544 ' ao' . '7 ff Q S A 4. - ea 1: mf eifmce ' We ca ja! eipful about arranging the right insurance protection for you. E E AUTOMOBILE, LIABILITY, ALL Z Q :CAO , ES, AND BONDS ' ,thu - 'MU Em elle handler M N A l. IN S U RA ll C I 509-10 Mims Blcl. Lddnilw dj' ' Dial 5665 QZA' in Hivilene iris P E N N E Y ' S J. C. PENNEY CU., Ine. 115 Pine Street 01425 gaofzevzl fbieillfiawi Prepare the Foods Which Are Necessary for Every Growing Boy and Girl. At Lunch-time, Visit the hilene High aieleria 5 K 'THQ 'WQ ON! Since 1894 768 Walnut Street Phone 5266 Western Auto Associate Stores Home Owned and Home Operated Athletic Goods-Western Flyer Bicycles-Davis Auto Tires Auto Accessories--True Tone Radios O. P. Beebe, Owner Telephone 3051 181 Pine Street MSAY IT WITH FLOWERS BUT SAY IT WITH OURSII University Florist 1202 Ambler Phone 5169 - H HI '1 Hall Music Co. "Everything in Nlusicu Mason 86 Hamlin-Wurlitzer-Chickering Pia Complete Stock Sheet Music and Studies M 43411 est Teleph 5131 SAY KIDS .... Those Comfy Love Seats at the B 0 B B Y W A L K E R Are O. K. - Have You Tried Them? J. R. FIELDER O. D. DILLINGI-IAM FIELDER f DILLINGHAM LUMBER CGMPANY Cook's Varnish and Paint 410 Chestnut Street Wall Board Wall Paper Telephone 3733 Sash and Doors ABTLENE, TEXAS Rlerlrwg IAUNDQY "Wea Gan? Qc Whoa? lfxe Riqfnl' Way" 609 Oak Street Phone 5295 Page 192 SHOE SERVICE STORE MAKERS OE COW BOY BOOTS AND SHOES LUGGAGE, BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING Abllene, Texas 441 Pine Str t J. M. RADFORD GROCERY CO. flianem Zlflwluale Qaaceu Since i833 Recommend STAR STATE COFFEE HTAYSTEE BREAD" Retains Freshness Longer "EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE" ' K' h ChlU3lG13 - 1tc en Ware Westinghouse Refrigerators and Roper Gas Ranges Philco Radios-Speed Queen Washers Lion Hardware Company Phone 3 241 East of Post Office Pug BEST WISHES Barnes- Williams Drug Co. Phone 5555 Always Room to Park Hickory at Eighth This 1943 Flashlight Cover is a Product of Universal Cover Co. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS Parson's Beauty Shop We have discontinued our school for the duration All Branches of Beauty Service Expert Operators?Sa1ne Location MRS. LETHA AREY I 812 Hickory Dial 2-0057 John Ward's Hilton Hickory Grill pharmacy Nlr. Kynaston, Mgr. Fast Free Delivery Filling Prescriptions Is Our Specialty Phone 4341 Pine at Fifth Phone 6181 1030 N- 2115 S It Ll'0PC'o, ie Do Good Lithograph Printing L .. L f " J OUR SPECIALTIES: 'N ' 1 I li led lforrns Ledger Sheets I? ,terheads Envelopes , ' ' ' A Post Cards Form Letters " ' ' Mi S PI Ygswg Cifliiiil 4 at t M ne 4567 Better Photostats at Ko Extra Cost A A-,X , C NOWET11 PRINTING f L ' ILL FULWILE 1 f f F61 SHOP V N A -N N l 'Pine St. Phone 3322 2' J 1 K Q , , Cohnl Band sl uments-Baldwin 'V anos Complete Stock Reeds, Strings, Music Supplies Popultr nd Classical Sheet Music Studies and it 3 Teaching lVlaterial I 'GA Complete Music Serviceu LILLIAN MORRISCTIN MUSIC SHOP Peak, an te MCDANIEL MUSIC CO- Phone 3231 Abilene, Texas 1173 North 2nd Phone 3735 W t he kA Q Silver a o s r - xwfgbfxv ' Diamonds ' P' A R' Chma Jewelfr M Presley CMMS JEWELER 209 Pine St. Abilene, Texas STAR C. E. HICKS FURNITURE R1 CARPET Co. FOOD STORE Be Thrifty-Buy For Cash and Save GrOCerieStFruitS?Vegetables 25 to 30 Per Cent at School Supplies Our Store 1-li-School Lunch Room Phone 4833 Abilene, Texas 109 Peach Phone 2-0159 Page 195 3-W'.?'I'fG-1'.2-:fri f - VW in .. t cn - W 1 , ' E W M KW W W 1 WMQQ Bwigwvwlwzffw Us e XQUQMEEQWGWQQHW W 54Wfi Www 1 1 1 N N I 4 1 W W W


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