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4 5.-J.-lg.-..4 , 1 ig-E 'equi PRESIDENT OF STUDENT COUNCIL- One ot Bubbo's hoppiest moments come when he wos elected governor tor CI doy-likes opple piee hotes lemon pie-is qoinq to trovei crtter the wor, prefers to trovei in New Mexico ond Colorado-chooses the Air Corps os his choice of serviceefwonts to be on engineer--be seeing you ot A. 6. M.-BOYD ROGERS, MOST VALUABLE BOY. H. D. TERRY Most Friendly Boy DAVID RICHEY Most Representative Boy CHARLOTTE STEELE NONA MAE SNOW Most Friendly Girl Most Representative Girl RUNNERS-UP ww 5235 , X BILLY MURPHEY All-Round Boy FRED HUGHES Most Dependable Boy CAROLYN GRISHAM MARTHA PENDER All-Round Girl Most Dependable Girl ALICE OSBORNE Commercial ICE ANTILLEY Vocational Agriculture ,439 NOREEN WINDHAM Bible THE SCHOOL HONORS... Q -.6 '.j Y V4 A .N t if -3 N - ag, oEoRoE FOSTER Mechanical Drawing MARIORIE RICHARDS Social Studies FRED HUGHES Public Speaking N, mm ..NQ,,yX PAULA HAZEL Pep Squad ANDREW SMITH GLENN GREEN 'ii Latin A p--n-Nagy MARGARET ANN LAMB AUBREY CONNALLY Art English THE SCHOOL HONORS .... HOMER HARKER FLORA MERLE MORGAN Band Bond BOYD ROGERS Mathematics BOB HOLLOWELL Science 3 . A HN A-N. ,f' LEROY WHITE Music iii' WYNETTA MCLAUGHLIN Food 'A' if 'A' RUTH ANN CROWSON journalism d.zf .. MARTHA AND MARY CURRY Clothing THE SCHOOL HONORS - 'wr DAVID TUTT Metal Shop Q NON A MAE SNOW Dramatics 'A' 'A' ul' ROBERT STERLING Diversified Occupations vi' 'k i' VERIENA HUTCHINS Music Q 5 5 T Q CJ' 2 THE NATION HONORS .... SECRETARY OF G un G- Serene, blond-haired, blue-eyed ALICE OSBORNE-likes pastel colors-is a Iunior Mem- ber of National Honor Society-prefers diamondswnjoys swimming and ping-ponqfa Very dexterous young lady-makes an anqelic MISS LIBERTY. F-0-r W-l'1-e-n we'-re . . . 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Q 1 . w L 4 Q f n A 1' ' n 1 . , if 1 ' N - 1' . ps, ' X 'Nw' f.., 1 -f mf if r . ,e , I ! l'w-1, a f , v- 4 .!L., qi MM va-155712, F 1-. ua FOOTBALL PAULA HAZEL Football Sweetheart HM HARRISON Quarterback-Captain Weiqht 165 pounds MARION GRANT Guard-Captain Weight 165 pounds MISS ODELL IGHNSGN IQML I G- Iudy, Bub, Mrs. Iohnson 1 ww u W N 'f-:H H 'T W fr 1 if ' A Q' ' Qeigf - -- . X -2 ffl:.516.1'ift1':af'5fli li'5E . , , -.V ig I ,ral .T A. t Q' . f H .- f l I ' S ' -'Ig V L 5.3, v ' gag... Sain ts W if? ,5Q7,fF' w STEP' ? w -1-t'x.'H.-- -B wt-- .J .5 .mf eww-sr Q.,- - W V .,, . 1.,,.,-f ,, N, gf-I .5 , y N y V, - fr ' it ' g , I . ,....S,,., . .Mg .. .A . . :Q .taxa-r H R- 4 r-1 , , ' , wt: ' 'FOOTBALL COACH W. K. BENTLEY Abilene High School--l92Q End on High School team, two years Hardin-Sirnrnons University-1934 Coaching experience, 'lwelve years First How: Altus Buford, H. D. Terry, Gus Vletas, Iirn Harrison, Guy Daniel, Billy Murphey, Ray Perry Second Row: Herschel Kimbrell, loe Francis, O. B. Stephens, Earl Glenn Bose, Richard Dillingham, Norman Daulton, David Bowers Third Row: Harold Harvey, Kenneth Tate, Marion Grant, Paul Bailey, Bob Beily, Harold Steele, Fred Schultz, Clarence Ebbert, Lloyd King Fourth Row: Coach W. K. Bentley, Hugh Clark, Billy Braselton, Don Campbell, Iohn Holloman, Hubert Middlebrooks, Glenn Green, Fred Lee Hughes, Coach I. Fred McKinzie S FOOTBALL COACH l. F. MCKINZIE Abilene High School-1929 Half-back on High School team two years Abilene Christian CollegeMl933 Coaching experience, twelve years SEASON REVIEW By Altus Buford ABILENE 14-ODESSA 7 The Warbird Warriors gained victory from the Odessa Bronchos to the tune of 14-7. Odessa grabbed a first half lead on a pass, but after the second half opened, Harrison faded back and passed to Buford, for a touchdown. Following this, Vletas blocked a punt, which was covered by Daniel for the Eagles. This gave the Eagles their second opportunity to score, and score they did when Billy Murphey plunged three yards to pay-dirt. Dillingham again kicked the extra point. As the gun sounded, the score stood-Abilene Eagles 14, Odessa Bron- chos 7. E Serious moment in skull practice p ,st -'ai If-10 X, J ri, ,. V ' ,,A,2. . ' My ,,-r-...ak .ff-vi , A! l I 1 'C ,,K'jyvv-'rf ' , - fr?-f..,, 'H' V- B ', ,- . fa Q ,Q 1' ,A - E .QJf5i,.:.f'1, M' - ..,., ' M, f ' f ?,.,y,iK,i-gf, ,593 4 , , K 'V y A X , M 4 va , r-me-'fi W fr- V '. -- w 1' ' ' .. . 5'S'i?fi,,L4f2wQvu - ' ' lrfixqkfti- f' f f: 'em wafi 'V ag5s'5i3fQ'5'M N. 4. Vwgfw M Asif N 1 ff gg . wfiiszwf 1 r . ' , ' 1 if , 4 ,fm , l P if l in , l , My we 1 1 1 'rr'----. ll 1 i l r Q3 si - ,569 1 ' ,,-.4 FOOTBALL IOE FRANCIS PAUL T. BAILEY End-145 GUY DANIEL Guard--I 75 Tackle-200 ABILENE 25--MIDLAND I9 Scoring one touchdown in the second quarter, one in the third quarter, and two in the remaining period, the Abilene Eagles beat the Midland Bull- dogs 25-19, At the half, the score was l9-6 tor Midland, but the Warbird Warriors would not give up, for as the second halt opened, Harrison ran thirty-tive yards for a touchdown, then on o quarterback sneak scored again. The next tally was made by Terry on a sprint around end. This was the last Eagle score. The Bulldogs threatened twice, but were stopped outside the ten-yard line. The star ot the game was Marion Grant, lineman, and sparkplug tor the whole team. The winning of this game kept the Eagles a perfect conference standing. FOOTBALL NORMAN DAULTON Tackle-190 ABILENE 32-SWEETWATER 20 With Vengeance in their hearts tor tormer losses to the Sweetwater Mustangs, the Eagles trounced a strong Mustang team 32-20 on a bleak November night. After Sweetwater had tallied, the Abilene team drove seventy-two yards tor a touchdown. Terry in the second quarter proved himself a real player by speed- ing twenty-four yards for another six points. On a pass from Harrison to Francis in the closing moments of the tirst halt, another score was added to the swift heaping numbers to make the result 19-7 for the Eagles. The scoring at will by the -Warbirds stopped in the second halt, and the Eagles were held to only two touchdowns, made by Murphey and Rose-the first on a seven-yard plunge, the other on a pass good for titty-five yards. This won the Eagles their third conference game. ALTUS BUFORD End-150 -...MW BILLY MURPHEY H alfbaclc-1 45 GUS VLETAS Centere-139 FOOTBALL ABILENE 40-LAMESA 75 The Black and Gold, paced by shitty Harrison, won their fourth conference Victory of the year over the Larnesa Tornadoes in the Eagle Stadium. Har- rison turned in two touchdowns for a scoring total of twelve. Dillingham and Murphey scored in the second quarterg.Bailey added the points. Harvey made a touchdown in the fourth quarter, with Dilling- ham booting the conversion. At the half Abilene led 14-O, then scored three times in the third and once in the fourth, bringing the game total to a 40-7 finish. KENNETH TATE O. B. STEPHENS TacldeH22O End-145 FOOTBALL . ABILENE 19-BIG SPRING 6 With things looking favorable for a district cham- pionship team, the Eagles played their smoothest game ot the year and rolled the Big Spring Steers 19-6 in a game which shared the spotlight with the argument at Odessa, won by San Angelo 49-O. It also set the stage tor the district championship game between Abilene and San Angelo at San Angelo on the following week-end. lim Harrison scored twice and Francis once, while leading the Eagles to corn- plete victory. A tally was made in each ot the last three periods, with Dillingham's educated toe kick- ing the points for Abilene. HERSHEL KIMBRELL End-155' GLENN GREEN EARL GLENN ROSE Guard-155 h A Halfback-143 FOOTBALL ISA 3 ty t RICHARD DILLINGHAM BOB REILY Tailback-160 Centervl 45 On the first Thursday after football season was completed, the football team met to elect captains. lim Harrison and Marion Grant were elected by acclamation, since they were the boys that had led the Eagles fhrouqh their l944 season. Marion Was elected line captain and lim, backfield captain. LLOYD KING ' H. D. TERRY Quarterbackfl 55 Tailback-140 FOOTBQALI. DAVID BOWERS HAROLD BOYD HARVEY Tackle-1 60 H alfbaclc-I 50 Two players made all Districtflvlarion Grant and lim Harrison: three made second string all district-loe Francis, Guy Daniel, and Gus Vletas. Although these were the only boys that were placed on either team, every player on the iirst eleven received honorable mention. RAY PERRY BOBBY LEE HILL G d-14 uar U Guard-133 FRED LEE HUGHES-HUGH CLARK Student Managers F 0 CD T B lk L L ABILENE O-SAN ANGELO 46 ln a hard-fought Thanksgiving Day game witnessed by eleven thousand spectators, three thousand of them being Abilenians, the Abilene Eagles yielded to the powerful San Angelo Bobcats, in the championship game, 46-U. The Eagles found it impossible to stop the Bobcats, but in the second quar- ter, the Warbird Warriors made a concentrated air attack, completing four passes from the arm of Harrison to Francis, Terry, Buford, and Bose, respectively. The forward wall, led by Grant, Vletas, and Bailey, made San Angelo pay a high price for a hard-earned victory. Aggressiveness, teamwork, and the ability to remain cool under pressure, gained the Eagles of l944 recognition throughout the state. SNAPSHOTS FROM THE SIDELINE ' W ye wt ff if . 5751 5' 505, f 1 ,,,Lf,,Q!f 'xii 6? it lgbpmkmgxm it i S 1 .' 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This book, without inten- tion, will show the ettect that the War has had upon- Administration, Classes, Favorites, Athletics, Clubs, and our good friends, the Advertisers. YO '- , . .. ' .: 15 V' T. g,7.,,.k-X -2 , .L ,cg-1. Q- ,.f' Qiff, -wig . . K f l '.--54' . wi-'YH.fPK'Y1fv:53f ,' ' 'A , g 55 yfml,-js: Z,,t..lf5Lf.ig1,5:j ,,l.,y,..,6gwgg?1w 1 H.: me w.'-t5f:sfY5f'iE..,gT?lf. i . 5' lg ft?.wg:i .1 W ,gl2fl,,+.? 'N2L' , - 11 Wi s . ' ,.... ,... .-..,,., M.-. 2- T x, 1 - ' '- '- K ' a Mi 5, me ,S ., 1 ,, 'Y f ,Mp .A b 1. Q 5 X . Q, . X., Ez.. B b 5 Qt A ' 1 'MQW QSQf+Y3's4.g iiw- - ., 35. EfZ,f+1iMi32l swab. Rl..,. AXif W ' . .WQM-WMM. - -V-QW Eagle Band on parade . . . Eight! Eight! . . . The WATS march . . . Enthu- siastic Eagle reserves . . . Our faithful mascot . . . What a lciclfott! . . . Eagle backing . . . Between halves . . . A. H. S. Rah, Rah, Rah! . , . The rooting sec- tion. .-Rfiv-2 BASKETBALL GUS VLETAS Co-captain Two-year letterman G uard HERSHEL KIMBRELL Co-captain High Point man-301 Two-year letierman Center COACH W. K. BENTLEY -so-d7iW7 ' 'inaunlv' 2615 -W- 'ww I f ,I f fi COACH 1. PIQLQD 1QiCK'1Nz1E ,. . L fX X . First Row: Gus Vletas, Marion Grant, Hershel Kimbrell, Lon Smith, Billy Murphey Second Row: Guy Daniel, Gene Howell, Ioe Francis, E. G. Rose, Bobby Hill Third How: Coach Bentley, lim Harrison, Billy Braselton, Duane I-lendley, Robert Owen, Billy Weldon, Clinton McCombs IOE FRANCIS EARL GLENN ROSE Two-year Ietterman One-'year Ietterman Guard Forward DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES The Abilene Eagles deteated the Odessa Bronchos two straight games to win the District 3AA championship in bas- ketball. The score in the tirst game Was 28-295 the score in the second was 34-35. In the first game Hershel Kirnbrell was the high point man. Gus Vletas received the honors in the second game. By beating Odessa these two games, Abilene Won their sixth championship in eight years. GUY DANIEL One-year Ietterman Guard 5' 'x.,,,- MARION GRANT Three-year ls-tterman Guard BI-DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES BILLY MURPI-IEY Two-year Ietterman Forward In two rough-and-tumble, slambang games at El Paso High School, the visiting Abilene Eagles came out on the short-end ot both games in the Bi-District series. The Tigers Won the first game 32-I7 and the second 33-3l. The score at the end of the game Was a tie 3l-31, but by playing two over-time periods El Paso High managed to beat the hard-trying Eagles, led by I-lershel Kimbrell. Although the Eagles lost, Kimbrell was recognized by sports writers as being the best player on the court. The tall, lanky Eagle Was high-point man ot the series. SEASON Agbneg. , . A . . S .30 Abilene .. A. ,,.,A 4 U Abilene , .. l7 Aoilene ..... .,... 3 9 Aggie ...,. .,... 2 4 Age? ...A. . . . .48 Aoilene ..... ...ii 3 5 Abilene ..l. ...i, 2 9 Aloilene . . .,,. .28 Al .... .,,.. 3 6 Aggie ..... ..... 3 5 Abilene ...A ,.... 2 9 Aoilene ..... -ivieiie ----Q . 40 ,. S39 SCORES Cross Plains Banger . r Biewltwieod Qr9ssiPlQiHS Burkett .. . Brady ..... QrwBQi1iS Brownweed Anson ,..., Brownwood Ballinger . . . Breckenridge Sweetwater San Angelo Af ,,.S 4l Baird .r... :Abilene ..... ..,. 4 4 Highland . . Abilene V..., ,.,. 4 2 Sweetwater LoN TRUMAN SMITH Abilene , . .47 San Angelo OHe'YE'Uf1effefmGH A-bdene ..., 33 Breckenridge Fomafdu Algene .... 29 57 Medical Group A-5513? . . . 3l Medical Detachment . Abilene ..... .i.r 2 9 Odessa . . . . Abilene . . 3l ,lQgBagso r . . . B A S K E T B A L L Birr wELDoN BILL BRAsELroN o. B. STEPHENS DUANE HENDLEY One-year Ietterm O e-year Ietterman V Forward Forward Forward Center One-year letterman Six mainstays, Odessa bound 'kkulr Don't take it so hard, Ninny kit Gus makes a goal 'kit Murphey and Smith try for another First Row: Aubrey Crider, Robert Von Roeder, Iohn Ray Harrison, Earl Guitar, lr., H. D. Terry, Altus Buford, Don McAlister, David Bowers Second Row: H. D. Hill, Rainey Owen, Ir., Norman Daulton, Wilman Barnes, Harral Steele, Frank Bd- rnondson, Wade Parrnelly, Elton Poor, Glenn Green GOLDEN GLOVE BOXERS Dynamite Dick about to explode . . . Frankie and Donny were qlovers . . . Anxious, Altus? . . . Country's . , W' 6 cfcn! First Row Margaret Ann Lamb Charlene Branton Nona Blake more ln z Gary Bxlhe Gene McCoy Chrrstene Farr Second Row lla Lord Lorrame Yarbrough Iuanlta Ellls Patsy McM1nn Nadme Brxmberry Elsle Alexander Mrs Amelxa Halle First Row Brlly Murphey Guy Damel hm Harrxson Bobby Lee H111 H D Terry Harral Steele Second Row Clarence Ebbert O B Stephens Duane l-lendley Nolman Daulton Ted Hardm 1 611165 to of ALTUS BUFORD Sports Editor RENA LEE WILLIAMS Faculty Editor 0 BETTY BUFORD Senior Editor o PI-IYLLIS CLEMMER Assistant Iunior Editor o MR. FRANK ETTER Business Adviser o MISS TOMMIE CLACK Editorial Adviser U COY NELL GANDY Junior Editor I PEGGY PAGE Club Editor I-'RANK BENI-IAM Photographer BOBBY MAYFIELD Assistant Business Manager 0 IACK YATES Sophomore Editor 0 LA NELI. GRANT Business Manager O BARBARA EBBERT Editor IOAN VVILLIAMS Assistant funior Editor o BILLIE PLILER Sophomore Editor 0 TED PITZER Photographer 0 EDITH BGEI-ILERT Assistant Iunior Editor 0 GEORGE FOSTER Layout Editor 0 FRANCES TOMPKINS Club Editor Watt lf- First Row: Helen Baker, Virginia Raymond, Freda Dell Mangum, Virginia McGaughey, Dickie Elam, Ruth Ann Crowson, Fred Lee Hughes, Doris Reid, Miss Gene Clark Second Row: Gene Hunter, Sarah Noland, lda Beth Tiner, Dorothy Iohnson, Clara Lee Wilhite, Lorraine Yarbrough, Bobby Young, Alice Osborne, Louise Henson Third Row: Freddie Gerlach Billy Crier, Walter larrett, I. R. Canon, Frances Hinds, Edith Holland, Betty Cook, Marian Robertson, Billie Maude Bishop Fourth Row: Theresa Davis, George Swinney, Ted Pitzer, lames Milstead, Estes lones, Wilman Barnes, lack Yonge, Harvey Bourland, Donald Gay, Frank Benharn THE BATTERY Scooping the world Weekly on news ot High School, the Battery Brats learn journalism by practicing it. Getting lead paragraph attention from the students and faculty alike, serving the school as Well as the students who Work on it, and being the first rag many a sob-sister and brother ever got a by-line in, the Battery is ranked in the top ten high-school Weeklies ot the nation. ,Mminisfrafivn First Row: Virginia Rayrnond, Virginia McGaughey, Ruth Ann Crowson, Boyd Rogers, Barbara Ebbert, Sara Noland Second Row: Miss Gene Clark, Dorothy johnson, Peggy Page, Gene Hunter, Billene Gui- tar, Coy Nell Gandy Third Row: Frank Benham, Fred Hughes, Dickie Elarn, lda Beth Tiner, Freda Dell Man- gum, Doris Reid QUILL AND SCROLL University of lowa, l926-UIT-That would be the dateline for copy on the beginning ot the Quill and Scroll, an international organization for high school journalists, as the teachers in th at institution Wrote the lead paragraph for the organization to encourage cub journalists and reward them for their ettorts. To be eligible, a student must be a junior or a senior, rank in the upper third ot his class, have achieved superiority in writing, editing, or business managing, be recommended by the supervisor of his publication, and be approved by the executive secretary ot the organization. Present membership ot the club is drawn from the staffs ot the Batery and Flash- light. First Row: Barbara Browning, Mary Io Harrell, Zada Lee DeBusk, Don Monk, Maxine Clements, Bobby Saxon, Theresa Davis Second Row: Mrs. Selma Bishop, Phyllis Ramsey, Beva Cathay, De Witt lsom, Bill Brazzil, David Richey, Kay Miller, Aubrey Connally READY WRITERS As their name implies, ready to Write upon nearly any subject at the drop of a title, these ingenious, enterprising pen-chewers may be the lohn Stein- becks and Daphne Du Mauriers of the next pages of literary history. The group, which is a collection ot all students interested in Writing, strives un- der the meticulous guidance of its sponsor to produce Worthwhile literature. First Row: Margie Williams, Paula Hazel, Dortheal Kilgo, Etta lean Lamb, Carolyn Grisham, Georgia Harris, Lillie Beth Coughran Second Row: Dorothy Symes, Patty Britain, Ida Beth Tiner, Iacqueline Small, Virginia Raymond, Alma Ieane Sib- ley, Nadine Young, Carolyn Wooten, Charlyne Steele, Dorothy Botkin Third Haw: Joy Munden, Charlotte Steele, Angie Dre s, Ruth Ann Crowson, Virginia McGaughey, Eleanor Boul- din, Myrtle Beth Hammers, Mary Catherine Higdon, Iune Coats, Polly Preston, Lockilou Bynum, Edith Holland Fourth Row: Billie Ann Shepperd, Beltye Gustafson, Margie Means, Patsy Lankford, Gloria Banine, Betty Bou- chette, Betty Rathrnell, Patsy Grisham, Lora Pearl Haynes, Gloria Malcom, Ioy Sheffield, Mrs. Amelia Haile THE PEP SQUAD Drilling bareiooted in the sweltering September sun, backing the boys with that good old Eagle Spirit even when they are on the small end oi a big ,Q - Q. . M 1 First Row: Norma Mayfield, Iohnnie Barron, Iolene Williams, Pat Daniel, Nancy Daniel, Doris Lee Harvey, Katie Rhea Newman, Margaret Blackwell Second How: Maggie Davis, Dorothy Francis, lean Curb, limrnie Etta Mayfield, Mary Kathryn Loving, Christene Hammers, Margie Horn, Annette Scott, Helen Aaron, Carol Raymond Third Row: Nancy Sanford, Opal Maples, Edith Schanbacher, Ann Rankin, Patsy Edins, Mona Rae Winkles, Billie Hiatt, Wanda Muston, Georganna Hanks, Marcene Ballard, Patricia McMahon Fourth Row: Marjorie Gafford, Betty Mayfield, Ann Iohnson, Bertie Lou Wilson, Ann Walker, Ierry Carter, Mae- wyn Bailey, Pat Perkins, loan Hughes, Ada Guin, Maryana Holly, Barbara Riddle, Ruth Hamilton, Victoria Shaheen THE PEP SQUAD score, yelling themselves hoarse at every game-such are the duties, or priv- ileges, ot a Pep member. Energetic, attractive, and, above all, loyal, these golden-bloused spirit-builders deserve to get three plus instead ot giving it. A,,.,,,,....wn. First Row: Paul T. Bailey, Billy Murphey, H. D. Terry, Gus Vletas, Mr. W. K. Bentley, C. B. Stephens, Guy Daniel, Earl Glenn Bose, Bobby Lee Hill Second Row: Hugh Clark, Fred Hughes, Hershel Kimbrell, Altus Buford, lerry Trickey, Bay Perry, Iames Neece, Harral Steele, Clarence Ebbert, David Bowers Third Row: Billy Weldon, Hubert Middlebrooks, Billy Braselton, Norman Daulton, Don Campbell, Fred Schultz, Iohn Holloman, Glenn Green, lim Harrison, Lloyd King, Bobby Beily, Lon Truman Smith f A CLUB Husky, powerful, sturdy, stout-hearted, iast on their feet-these war-birds till capably the Eagle varsity suits. The purpose oi the club might be many things: the building oi bodies as tough yet as pliant as the pigskin they han- dle, the upholding of the honor oi the alma mater, or the teaching oi the Value oi coordination and teamwork to the boys in the black and gold knee-pantsg but the fellows themselves need no Written purpose, for they carry it indelibly inscribed on their hearts. First Row: Wayne Haynes, Don McAlister, Zane Dalton, Gene Landrum, I. D. Hinton, lack Beese, Wilman Barnes Second Row: ,D- Qlon-.B.oeder, Bud Satterwhite, Mickey Wills, Bob Rutledge, Charles .J - Federbush, Earl Guitar, Bill Walker, lohn McFall Third How: Marvin Austin, Iohn Bontke, Bill Bogers, Charles Spears, Buddy Albert, Bob Haynie, Donald Lairson, Bill Todd, David Robertson Fourth Row: Mr. I. Fred Mcliinzie, Rainey Owen, Iohn Leeson, E. C. Satterwhite, Tommy Thompson, Iohn Pennington, Duane l-lendley, Boy Fish, Charles Major, l. B. Watson THE B CLUB Getting skull practice in the fundamentals of handling a pigskin are these inexperienced but eager grtdders, who are the raw material of future varsity elevens. Under the able coaching of the boyish sponsor with the man-to-man attitude these young hopefuls study the rules and techniques of the All-Arn- erican game. First How: William King, Iimrny lennings, Dorothy lean Botkin, Marian Robertson, Fred- die Gerlach, Arnold Walkow, lerry Fineg Second Row: Kelly Martin, lean Brown, Marilyn Green, Patsy Brown, Elizabeth Ann Be- gion, Veriena Hutchins, Edith Holland, Mary Katherine Batson Third How: Iames Milstead, Lloyd Rucker, Donald Baker, Billy Lively, Larry Greenburg, Dick Frydenberg, Dickie White, Boyd Rogers TENNIS CLUB Having a score ot thirty-love against them at the initial serve, as their coach is wielding a big stick in Austin instead ot a tennis racket in Abilene, these junior Bobby Biggses and Alice Marbles are still not planning to jump any nets. This group Which comprises most of the high school tennis team, will sponsor the city tennis tournaments in the spring. First How: lanet Curtis, Mary Annette Willis, Gloria Mathis, Kenneth Iones, Winston Wil liarnson, Geraldine Winter Second Row: Gloria Petty, Anna Louise Patterson, Mary Rucker, loan Holmes, Pat Pierce Ann Rankin, Margaret Ellis Third Row: Mr. H. S. Fatherree, Betty Boss, Martha Wallingford, Billie Ann Shepperd Pat McMahon, Lockilou Bynum, Mary Alice Little, Mona Bae Winkles, Lou lean Bennett TENNHS CLUB oFPioERs lirnrny lenninqs , , . , . .President Freddie Gerlach , , t , ,Vice President Dotty Botkin . ,,., Secretary First How: Patsy Storey, Nadine Young, Helen Baker, Beva Cathey, Mrs. Amelia Haile, ltlfanda Watkins, Dolores Best, Bessie Lou Wise, Peggy' Lou Peak Second How: Helen Maroney, Ramona Kroft, Anna D. Warren, lohnnie Bullock, lane McCray, Billie lean Killiam, Dora Curry, Lavaughn Davis, Mildred Delano, loyce Warren Third How: Mary Frances Chapple, Donnea Lea Nelson, Imogene Lacy, Nelda Splawn, lnez Massey, Emily McGregor, Peggy Ballard, Billye Mercer, Doris lean Plowman, Earlene Fry GHRLS CADET CGRPS Q With uniform eagerness to serve their country and aid the War effort, these lolue-gray young ladies collect scrap, assist in the paper drive, and ren- der to the school invaluable service beyond the line of duty. Unlike the Boys Helen Baker Nadine Young Mrs. Amelia Haile Patsy Storey Helen Maroney First How: Margaret Fraley, Billene Guitar, Bettye Lou Ethridge, Louise Blakemore, Mrs, Amelia Haile, Willena Olson, Menoma Haynes, Betty loyce Smith, Lavoy Owens Second How: lanice Cooper, leanette Grittin, Dorothy Kincaid, lohnnie Faye Green, Bosel- lyn Merrick, lmogene Barlow, Dorothy Burks, Dorothy Mae Smith, Hazel McMinn, Leta Mae Martin Third Row: Elsie Alexander, Lunelle Lewis, Rebecca Walker, Loretta Smith, la Nell Mc- Fadden, La Verne Harris, Lessie Clements, Bagnal Thurman, Vina Faye Iones, Eva Mae Dixon, Maxine Wimberly, lune Eanes GIRLS CADET CORPS Cadet Corps, this is not primarily a pre-induction training group, but is an end in itself, since the Corps strives to give physical training to girls as well as to aid Uncle Sam. Menoma Haynes Willena Olson Mrs. Amelia Haile Louise Blakemore Billene Guitar - , ' + t if - A , , ff , L - , E ,N 3- 1 Q I , .. . 2 1 , U , ., . y .I i , my ,Q L 2 f ' ez- i ' f .- f L S - ' 'i .. - 4 I f t ,K ' ' A If be V 4 1.3 X X 53-f M ' - f crfi- vt' . -V , - , Q N -1 ,... x . . A 3 , ,pw V. y , X xx ,Q-yi . , if' .,.. ' ' V. - i X 5 P i ' T -5 M N r - 'V f,.- 29' t ' i . . i 'V 'K-K fs, fs f , sg , -Q4 .- 1, - 'sgfi ,1, 'O -' - ' ,,. --'-' X H , 1 5 .. ,X Q, . ' V ft.: ' ' . N , 1 if ' 'l wr- at ' ' Wi if if '+ ., ., .,.,' Y ft i ' stil LQUL 2 'Fw as-. 'l5 . K. SUPERINTENDENT L. E. DUDLEY M. A., LL. D. To the Class ot l945: Practically all ot your hiqh school work has been done in war time. How thankful you ouaht to be that your education has not been interrupted as has been the case in so many other countries ot the World. No doubt, as your fathers and brothers have been Called into the active service ot their country, you have been made to realize more than before what it means to be an American. As l have observed you carry on your school work with efficiency and enthusiasm in spite of the War, l have been filled with pride, knowing that when your country calls, you will be ready. Not only have you done your regular school Work Well, you have also made a valuable contribution to the war. You have bouaht bonds and stamps, you have contributed liberally to the War Chest and Red Crossy you have helped with the various salvage drives, you have remained cheerful, in spite of sorrows and disappointments. Our best wishes ao with you wherever the voice ot duty calls you. May you exemplify the schools motto- havinq entered to learn, may you ao torth ro serve. Sincerely yours, L. E. DUDLEY. First Row: Sarah Craig, Emma Iean Reed, Dorothy Landers, Gloria Hampton, Billie Io Bhoades, Letha Hooper, Loys Estopinal, Nadine Brimberry, Bill Benbarger ' Second Row: Mildred Hutchins, Berta lean Lackey, Beverly Cline, Dorothy Burks, Sarah Carlyle, lean Craig, Patsy Campbell, Gena Hassey, luanita Wetsel Third Row: Louise Henson, Doris lean Plowman, Lillian Allen, Betty Kyle, Anna Margaret Page, Betty Io McNutt, Pauline McWilliams, Myrna Hunt, Fayteen Wilson, Ruth lames, Wi- nona Christian, Nellie Gay Choate Fourth Row: Miss Mary Baggett, Martha Pliler, Mary Pliler, Ruth Goates, Iewel Fortson, Dorothy lmken, Lula Mae Hampton, Lovenia Wilson, Iune Miller Hay, Evelyn Cverton, Char- lyne Bowen, Hilda Tate SKATING CLUB One ot the members ot the Skating Club suggested that it be called a vocal club, as the membership contains soloists, duets, quartets, and sextets, although these are groups of skaters, naturally, instead ot singers. Bolling along smoothly in their second year ot operation, With the colors ot blue and White, these mercury-heeled habitues ot the big oval strive to improve their skating technique, but most ot all to have tun and to bring about a closer fellowship with fellow-skaters. lncidentally neither ot the sponsors has ventured on Wheels yet, but Miss Brock is planning to do so. First Row: Iuanda Watkins, Edna Earl Hicks, Lavoy Qwens, Alta Marie Richardson, Nona Blakemore, Inez Gary, Betty Little ' Second Row: La Verne White, Bobbie Boyd, Pansy Alexander, Bessie Lou Wise, Loretta Smith, Vernetta Norris, Gwendolyn Furney, Katherine Elliott Third Row: Patsy Gist, Pat Clark, loy Wilson, Nelda Martin, La Nell Weeks, loy Conlee, Wilma Ruth Thorne, Billie Sue lones Fourth Row: Miss Fern Brock, Mary Briqht, Norma Miller, Iuanita Day, Mary Newberry, Iune Preston, Helen Ioyce Keith, Io Ann Nuckols, Iune Eanes SKATING CLUB CDFFICERS Letha Hooper . A . . . , .,... President Loys Estopinal . . . ..,. Vice President Billie lo Bhoades . . . . . . r Secretary Dorothy Landers , , . . . Reporter First Row: Mrs. Amelia Haile, Willa Griffith, Helen Maroney, Peggy Lou Peak, Nadine Young, Patsy Storey, Iuanita Ellis Second How: Anna Warren, loyce Marie Warren, Ouida Ware, Elizabeth Andrews, Bob- bie Brannon, Nelda McClure, Nadine Stubbs, Bettye Earle Young, Patsy McMinn Third Row: Inez Massey, Vonda Masters, Doris Clemmer, Melba Varnell, Betty Conner, Lavaughn Davis, Dora Curry, lla Lord, Nona Lee Conaway, Margaret Ann Lamb HIKING CLUB Although after the first hard-plodded mile their motto, Miles with Smiles, is usually Worn as their shoe soles, there is no turning back for these girls until they have reached their goal. Proclded on, perhaps, by the staff oi hun- ger and the prospect oi Wieners at the end oi the road more than by any lotty exercise and fine bodies along with sore leg muscles, these energetic young Women are preparing themselves physically tor the long journey over the rough road of lite. First Row: Hilda Weaver, Virginia Putman, Zara Beth Knott, Betty lo Edmondson Char lyne Branton, La Veria Street, Maxine Wimberly, Eva Mae Dixon Second Row: Leta Mae Morton, Wanda Pendergrast, lmogene Lacy, Donnea Lea Nelson Mary Frances Chapple, Rita Pay Dixon, Billene Guitar, Lessie Clements Third Row: Mrs. Amelia l-laile, Hazel McMinn, lean Mosshart, Geraldine White, Earlene Fry, Margaret Ery, Iudy May Elliott, Ruth Brooks, Margie Smith Nadine Young . Nancy lo Glover Patsy McMinn . , Patsy Storey . . . luanita Ellis . . . HIKING CLUB orrrcsss . . . . . . .President . . .Vice President , . . . . .Secretary ...,.,, Reporter Sergeant-at-Arms C I' Q :f ' . fr e. Q ,N If i lxlgkif' A x , , , Q...-1 ' ' j'4,. .- l'. 'f g - X .1 M N.- -' - I 'ff' A- ' ' x.,v mitrxx 'T' fm' Xu , yx First Row: Bobby Wimberly, loe Bruton, Billy Fred Kissinger, E. C. Satterwhite, Frank Benham, Bobby Hamilton, Sidney Goodloe Second Row: Iohnny Burrows, Cecil Hutchinson, Holly Harrison, Bobby Young, Caro Bus- sell, Andrew Urban, Buddy Satterwhite, Paul Snider BOYS CADET CORPS -And a military chest seems to suit the ladies best. Remember the boys in the Cadet Corps as they drill and sweat in the hot sun to the ot- iicers' command oi To the rear, marchl Column left, march! and the eagerly awaited command Haltl The purpose of the organization is the pre-induction training ot boys who are to enter military service. I1 First Bow: David Ryan, Billy Fred Kissinger, Frank Edmondson, Hollis Shanks Bobert King, Iohn Ben Philligs Alonzo Thomason Second Row: Leroy Middleton, Bobby Hamilton, Ierry Spires, l. W. lvins, limmey Kim- mey, Hubert Austin, lack Beeman, Oran Elmore, Bobby Comer Third Row: lra Lord, Billy Crane, I. V. Gilbert, Ed Wood, Bill Selman, David Miller, Eu- gene Wilson, Buddy lones, Eugene Connally Fourth How: t, Arthur Kimbrough, Cleo Smith, Iohn Pitts, Eugene Bullock, Charles Alexander, Holly Harrison, David Fudge, Bill Bagley, Bobby Howerton RIFLE CLUB With their sights zeroed on their target, which is to make America a na- tion ot ritlemen, these sharp-shooting sons of the Old West are making a di- rect hit with the military authorities by training young Americans in marks- rnanship. Begun in 1879, the Bitle Club has spread until it is now national in scope and universal in recognition. First Row: Mr. Don B. Weatherby, Robert Von Roeder, Herbert Houston, lohn O. Howze, Wade Parmelly, lack Luther, Alton Williams, Bruce Thompson Second Row: lack Henderson, loel Hall, Forest Pratt, lack Woods, Bill Biggerstatt, Eddie Greer, limmy Tittle, lack Chaney, Gene Cochnauer Third Row: Randal Pledger, Kirby Leason, Larry Sharp, Frank McCombs, Everette Mc- Gehee, Bob Whetstone, Millard Heath, Lester Humphrey, Holt Magee, Caro Russell ' GOLF CLUB From the divot-digging novices through the clean-driving Mr. Weather- by, the aim of these young Byron Nelsons, is learning to play better golf. When the golfers gather at the nineteenth for a hole-by-hole post rnortem of a day on the green, they often get around to discussing the history and ori- gin of the game, the district competitions that the War terminated, and related subjects, but an observant listener will have no trouble discerning that these green-pacers keep the conversation on golf as Well as they keep their eyes on the ball. First How: Margaret Beth Blackwell, Sharon Elo, Opal Maples, Monty Don Thomason, lack Yonge, Ierry Carter, Walter larrett Second Row: Shirley Priour, Mary Frances Smith, Patty Davis, Patsy Gurley, Betty Ben- nett, Ioan Hunt, Mozelle Hetlin Third Row: Dorothy Nell Mullins, Rosemary Brown, Carolyn Harris, Dorothy Russell, lan- ice Atkinson, Ann Walker, Gwendolyn Glenn, Arden Corbitt, Bill Harrell Fourth How: Mary Lou Bush, Annette Scott, Maryana Holly, Ada Guin, Betty Henry, Nancy Daniel, Pat Daniel, lohnnie Wragg, Mary Frances Wood, Alex Eastus BACK O' CURTAIN By importing a producer and by being completely recast, the Back O' Cur- tain went into production this year for the first time since 1941. The members throw the spotlight on directing, costume designing, stage managing, and experimentation with make-up as well as on acting. The curtain is set to go up bi-weekly ior the rest oi the year on plays produced by the members oi this organization. Not only treaders of the boards but also leading char- acters in the social events are these aggressive young organizers, who de- manded the club with no prompting from adults, as they intended to stage a number oi social events before the end oi the year. First Row: Ruth Blakeney, Pat Perkins, Billy Frazier, Paula Hazel, Dickie Elam Second How: Bertie Lou Wilson, Ada Guin, Maewyn Bailey, Dickie White, Wendell Wag-C ley, Monty Don Thomason, lack Yonge Third Row: Miss Pansy Gardner, Henry Iames, Martha Pender, Marjorie Gafford, Fredda Carpenter, Ruth Ann Crowson, Billene Guitar, Thomas Watts NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE Maliciously manslaughtering the opposition, these academic grand viz- iers beg to differ with anybody whose opinion is not the same as theirs. Debaters, declaimers, and other speech groups--such as the Boudoir Boys- fill the membership of the National Forensic League. The War eliminated most of the district meetings, but the State Meet is still held, and Abilene's chances of entering and Winning seem to be definitely on the affirmative. First How: Sidney Parks, Max Randolph, Iohn Shaw, Fleur Walton, Billie iatt, Katy ell McCarty, Dorothy Botkin, Betty Little, Carolyn Harris, Alex Eastus Second Bow: Maxine Clement, Martha Pender, Ioan Foss, Mary Beth Snow, Nona Mae Snow, Ramona Kroth, Monty Don Thomason, GW9T1dOlYH Glenn, BObbY BTC1HCl1. Genell Woodrum, Margaret Ann Lamb Third How: Buth Blakeney, Mary Len Smith, Polly Preston, Barbara Biddle, Carolyn Woot- en, Anna Louise Patterson, Dorothy Kincaid, Frances Hynds, Gene Hunter, Ianice Cooper, lea- nette Grittin Fourth Row: lohnnie Wragg, Earlene Parker, Evelyn Overton, Marjorie Lewis, Pat Lank- tord, Maewyn Bailey, Ioan Hughes, Carolyn Grisham, Iimmy Morrison, Alma Honea, Betty Lou Hodges, Io Veda Vaughn, Doris Miller Fifth Bow: Clarence Siewert, Barbara Bentley, Hazel Finley, Pat Perkins, Nancy Green, Helena Carey, Ruth Hamilton, Mozelle Heilin, Lou lean Bennett, Miss Margaret Breedlove, Mary Rucker, Robert Kuykendall, lack Yates, lack Yonge, H. D. Hill NATIONAL THESPIAN Troop 353 Feverish, messy Work in the cafeteria: grease-paint stained hands, taces, loodiesg Well-thumbed scrips given the last minute once-overp the director be- ing tive places at once-these are familiar to every Thespian member as a part of a major production. Working assiduously to get the parts just right, designing costumes, setting the stage, and doing many other things inciden- tal to the production ot a good play, these junior Iudith Andersons and Mau- rice Evanses live, play, and talk the theater. I . PRINCIPAL H. S. FATHERREE, B. A. These are unequal days. To some the flare of guns by night makes time one endless day. To those of us at home the sands of time flow more swiftly in a constant stream of peaceful living. Under the unequal burdens of our day let us not forget our debt of gratitude to the boys and girls Who are paying the enormous price for our peace. Upon the foundation given us, let us build individual lives and a society that will be clean and powerful for right. May it never be said that our soldiers died in vain or that we lived less than worthy of their heroic deeds. Yours sincerely, H. S. FATHERREE. ,273t'tSrStigfr fm., tittbtblin 4.111 W First Bow: loe Antilley., Billy Quattlebaum, Margie Horn, Charlotte Steele, Buenelle Cooper, Dorothy Holladay, Neil Fry, Doyle Faulks, Mr. I. l. Moore Second Row: Sammy Nunnally, lohn Guitar, Billy Leggett, Elroy Reeves, Bob Antilley, Tommy Thompson, Bobby lohnson, Dan Killough, Bobby Bay Key Third Row: Connie Green, David Fry, lerry Biey, Billy Alvlatthews, Iohn Sublett, Iplin. , Robert Owen, Bobby loe Williams,tXM. D. Von'B-deder S if - F F 'r' KKK , Fourth Row: Iimmy Dale Cook, Clinton lVlcCombE,'Ho5FbH3us, Shelton Leach, lohn Grav- ens, lohn Sewell, Charles Wilcox, illy Skipper, limmy Herring, Elton Poor, Billy Frank Thornton Fitth Bow Harley Van Cleave Gordon Faulks Charles Ha er Iames Carr Arvel Daugh trey, Kenneth .Musgrav Holly Harrisonlf' Shelton Bancieer, Billy win liams, Don Iennings -,-T! fx iff.. F .-li , ig FUTURE FARMERS 0F AMERICA Most oi the members of this organization have inherited their green thumbs from at least their tathersg some oi them have a farming strain in their family tree as tar back as anybody knows, and it is perhaps tor this reason that the boys have an esprit de corps rivaling that ot any other group. With the significant colors, national blue and corn gold, and the symbolic crest, on which is inscribed an owl representing wisdom, a plow, workg a rising sun, the new day that will dawn 5 an ear of corn, production ot Ameri- can farmersy and the American seal, representing the tact that the organiza- tion is national in scope-with these the young tillers oi the soil who begin as greenhands plow through Chapter Farmer and Lone Star Farmer to become American Farmer, and strive to build into themselves a love tor farming and a respect for themselves as the sons ot Mother Earth. - A ' V ,mv X , ,. r ,M,+:. I. H XJ F? 1 , .s.:twf:w, s. .- Y , M E'-sZ?w,5,,,,.1.i,, .,1..jllN 'W l i ' ' ' ' It it Queen of the F. F. A. '. . . Come to order, please . . . The Coronation . . . The owl is a symbol ot wisdom . . . Could an evening he more perfect? . . . l en- courage thrift . . . Presenting the Sweethearts . . . l lceep a record-where ever corn is grown and Future Farmers meet. First Bow: Barbara Biddle, Patricia Buch, Mary Clinton, Maggie Davis, Cora Leslie Clark, Norma Mayfield Second Row: Miss Myrtle Trantham, Billie lean Killiam, Edith Boyd, Wanda Lawless, Bosellyn Merrick, lean Gooch, Beatrice Ellison, Dorothy Francis R JUNIOR RED CROSS The social Worker type 'is a fitting nomenclature for the fourteen girls in this organization, and it is to be wished that there Were more, both in this school and in this community who would tall into this category. Specializing in service to others, these enterprising young Women sponsored the lunior Bed Cross drive this year and persuaded Abilene High School students to subscribe nearly one hundred per cent. The girls made Christmas tree deco- rations, bed jackets, robes, scutts Cthe girls Will tell you that these are merely simplified house - slippersi, pajamas, checkerboards, bags for checkermen, and other little luxuries for the sick and Wounded G.l.'s hospitalized at Camp Barkeley. With the self-sacrificing motto, We Serve, these students have as their purpose service in any capacity in War or peace. First Row: Earl Bourland, Iohn Bay Harrison, Bobby Miller, Gene Hunter, Bobby Branch, Billie Hiatt, Betty Lou Hodges, Elinor Aldridge Second Row: Hazel Finley, Alma Honea, Fleur Walton, Nona Mae Snow, Mary Beth Snow, Mary Lynn Smith, Katydell McCarty, Genevieve Wellborn Third Bow: Ramona Kroth, lanice Cooper, leanette Griffin, Miss Margaret Breedlove, Frank Benharn, Morris Barnes, Bob Carpenter, Bobby Woody AHS OF THE AIR Broadcasting from the studios ot KBBC and on the spot as well as on the air, are these pleasant-voiced speech enthusiasts, since they play to an audi- ence Who almost invariably compare them With professionals. Although this is the sign-on year ot the A.H.S. ot the Air, it is a signal one and no fade-out is expected in the years to follow. The purpose oi the club is to study radio tech- niques, as distinguished from those of stage, and moving picture, or-as the sponsor facetiously remarks-Clark Gable techniques. 7, Ui r.,,, First Bow: Weldon Newton, Cliff Lester, loan Bamsey, Charles Tandy, Dorothy lohnson, Henry Bass J, - l' V Second Row: Larry Teague, Harold Boehning, Raymond Roberts, Hubert Seale, Andrew Urban, Charles Mohr, Phyllis Bamsey, Iayne Bose Bishop Third Bow: Miss Odell lohnson, Doyle Bay Cfurley, Tom Ed Travis, lda Beth Tiner, Mary Beth Ferguson, Crawford Barrier, Clinton Sojourner, Mary Beth Norman LIFE UNDER THE MICROSCOPE Getting a bug's eye view of the world is the aim of these embryo microbe hunters. Life Under the Microscope is composed of some students who have had science and some who never got their fill of looking through the micro- scope, a fascinating piece of mechanism. Miss lohnson strives to suggest tactfully to the young Agassizes that th ey might look for something instead of just look-and thus acquire a scientific attitude and a semblance of tech- nigue in handling an instrument without which modern medicine would have been impossible. Q First How: Hubert Reese, Iare Barkeley, Iames Lee Dossey, Bobby Mayfield, Bob Hollo- well, Iohn Walker, Evan Duval Second Row: Miss Willie M. Floyd, Buthette Lassiter, Charles Horton, Weldon Carter, Iames Mitchell, Don Monk, Al Schroder, Harvey Bourland, Ewell Kimbler JUNHOR ACADEMY OF SCIENCE Julius Olsen Chapter The test tube in which these young scientists are tried is the lunior Acad- emy of Science. Placed under observation in grade school, and having the impurities boiled out in high school, these members will be ready for the Tex- as Academy of Science when they are graduated. To stimulate interest in science, to aid students in research, and to inspire a scientific attitude in these second Tom Edisons are the purposes of this organization. First Row: Cozy Akins, lune Coats, Ra' Orfez Howington, Richard Davis, Homer Harker, Bill Chaney, B. L. Bates, Henry Mohr Second Row: I. D. McGuire, Bonnie Sue Reeves, Elaine Bolander, Herbert Seidel, George Swinney, Donald Davis, Bobby Wimberly, Stanley Thompson, I. Forest Posey, Billie Earl Reed Third Row: Effie Anderson, I. R. Canon, Iames Love, Reynolds Allen, Carlton Varnell, Claton Forgason, Emily McGregor, Betty Koonsman, Leslie Havins, Emily Lowrie, Etta lane Stephenson Fourth Row: Sudie Rollins, Polly Preston, Iean Wroten, Elaine Starnes, Nelda lean Splawn, la Nell McFadden, La Verne Harris, Layne Lawrence, Ray Boone, Barbara Fulwiler, Ioan Shaclceltord, Birdie Margaret Walker, lane Collins Fifth Row: Clinton Hamilton, Ernest Tye, Estes Iones, Donald Gay, Aubrey Connally, Dan Overman, Arthur Hall, Carlton Hodges, loe Couch, Stewart Benson, Don McClure, Wayne Thornton, Gene Fleming RECORD CLUB OFFICERS Cozy Akins President Richard Davis Vice President Ra' Ortez Howington Secretary Iune Coats . Reporter . 5, N5 if N X, ww, K v If ', 1 Al X '4 ,I M Jwl .N First Row: Iimmy Morrison, Gladys Townsend, Hattie Stinchcomb, Carolyn Wooten, lua- nita Mills, ljloy Cutbirth, Hortence Hooker, Barbara Smith, Myrtle Lois Barnes, Bobby Bynum Second Row: Wayne Reeves, Maxine Ballard, Audrey Ann Bertram, leanne Stokes, Nan- cy Green, Wanda Turner, Shirley Fields, Bobbie Ioyce Lantord, Will Ann Young, Evelyn McClure, Dorothy Stewart Third Row: lean Oates, Barbara Bentley, Mary Ryan, Mary lane Treadaway, Wanda Dean, Nell Nichols, Martha Curry, Mary Curry, Patty lune Ross, Kathryn Loving, Georganna Hanks, Perry Nuckols YQ-wif 4 7 Fourth Row: Carol Grantham, Bettye Harrison, Doris Miller, loVeda Vaughrl, BQUXQ Clax- ton! Natalie Anderson, Peggy Heyser, loan Smith, Christine Hammers, loy Sheffield, Betty Mayfield, lohnnie Mae Carey, Lucien Norvell, Max Carter V Fitth Row: Leonard Arrick, Iohn Layton, Gene Haile, C. A. Henson, McDaniel Ward, Rob- ert Alvis, Derwin Clary, Sam Houston, Henry Mohr, Douglas Berry, Archie Zickler Sixth Row: Bobby Pillow, lack Barker, Ben Oliver, Betty Bates, Mr. Raymond T. Bynum, Celesta Iohnson, Lena lo Lowrie, Glenn Woody, Gene Smith, Thomas Willis, Cecil Hutchin- son, Clarence Siewart RECORD CLUB Everything from boogie-woogie to the long-hair stuff goes into a Record Club program, and the students are given an opportunity to hear a large number ot records which they would never otherwise get to hear. With the Q t . L, gg 'W tvrl First Row: Doris Lindley, Betty Ruth Young, Marilyn Smith, Betty Crutchfield, Nancy Harkey, Betty Harkey, Beatrice McDonald, Myra Cooke Second Row: Kyleen Blackerby, Wilda Holmes, Nancy Crowley, Marjorie Richards, Dor- othy Harber, Ruth Hamilton, Eleanor Bouldin, Madlin Burt, Norma lean Hunt, Marie Fowler Third Row: Helen Aaron, Alma Ieanne Sibley, Iacqueline Small, Virginia Raymond, Wan- da Muston, Gaylia Wray Hilburn, 3Ruth Ann R ed Carol Ioyce Raymond, Patty Britain, Vickie Shaheen, Dorothy Symes A- ' Fourth How: loy Heaton, Ioye Anz, Earlene Parker, Jackie Buster, Ann Shepherd, Nancy Sanford, Marjorie Lewis, Alice Ann Chandler, Eloise Escue, Patsy Edins, Mary Ruth Adams, Bernice lones Fitth Row: Alice Marie Osborne, Bobbie Bilderback, Amelia lean Smith, Lora Dean Smith, Margaret Willis, Ruth Ann Mathews, lean Sauze, Iune Sauze, Elizabeth Echols, La Wanda Bol- linger, Ramona Ashby, lean Smith, Golda Barrington, Betty Caraway Sixth Row: George Watts, Bobby Carter, Albert Haile, Ioan Hughes, Ann Dell Cawthon, lack McGlothlin, Paul Brannon, Duane Faucett, Iohn Shaw, Max Randolph, Sidney Parks RECORD CLUB dry, subtle humor ot the sponsor ilavoring every meeting, the Record Club exists primarily to entertain, but while entertaining, it gives the student an appreciation of good and bad music alike. First Row: Roger Hackney, Weldon Bailitt, Don Daugherty, Betty Bonner, Lee Hart, Fran- ces Hynds Second Row: Hayden Harrell, Rosalene Myers, Evelyn Mayfield, Ioyce Ayer, Iirnmie Etta Mayfield, Marcene Ballard, Don Magee, Mrs. Pat I-lenagan SKETCH CLUB Most oi the members ot this year's Sketch Club knew a smock from a palette when they went into the organization, but tew knew value from inten- sity. The majority ot them were students who had never had the opportunity or the time to take art, but who were interested in learning to draw something more attractive than a straight line. These students have been learning not to tear the blank canvas and are now ready to begin work in earnest on still lite, and hope to be able to do portraits soon. V. MRS. EDITH C. SMITH, B. A., STUDENT COUNSELOR To the Pupils ot Abilene High School: My Wish for you during World War II is that you may live your lite, not only in school but also away from your studies, in such a manner that you will have no regrets. lf We keep faith with those Who have given their lives, With those who are prisoners even now in enemy lands, with those who are still fighting that all the peoples of the earth may have peace and freedom, We must never for one moment be blind and self-centered. We must keep our eyes and minds and hearts open to the actual facts of present and past history and to their implica- tions for the future. With these facts and implications in mind, We must think clearly and act with courage and devotion, never allowing ourselves to be sidetracked by trivialities. May you, at the end of World War II, be able to see yourself as a Work- man that needeth not to be ashamed. Sincerely, EDITH C. SMITH. First Row: Kyle-en Blaclcerby, Gloria Malcom, Barbara Fulwiler, Carol Raymond, Mary Frances Wood, Lou lean Bennett, Carolyn Harris, Rosemary Brown, Dorothy Russell, Roger-Hackney Second Row: Iohnnie Wraqq, Ruth Hamilton, Janice Atkinson, Annette Scott, Mona Rae Winlzles, Mary Alice Little, Alice Chandler, Betty Loqan, Ann Walker, Louise Blakemore, Flora Fischer, lda Beth Tiner Third Row: Ioan Ramsay, Martha lane Smith, Betty Henry, Nancy Sanford, Opal Maples, Bertie Lou Wilson, Carolyn Wooten, Phyllis Clernmer, Miss Ruby Compere, lohn Shaw, Bobby Todd, Torn Ed Travis Fourth Row: Etta lane Stephenson, Fleur Walton, Billie Palm, Billie Pliler, Ioan Shackeliord, Marjorie Ruth Lewis, Betty Crutchfield, lennie Ree Teait, Dorothy Harber, Phyllis Ramsay, Bernice Iones, Mrs. Edith C. Smith GFFICE STAFFS First Row: Carolyn Grisham, Ra' Ortez Howinqton, Barbara Riddle, Polly Preston, Marcene Ballard, Billie Hiatt Second How: Alice Marie Osborne, Marjorie Richards, Nancy Crowley, Dorothy Landers, Dorothy Botkin, Lora Pearle Haynes, Ioy Sheffield, Mary Io Storman Third Row: Mr. H. S. Fatherree, Paula Hazel, Georgia Harris, Dorothy Francis, Etta Ieane Lamb, Kyleen Black- erby, Grace Buchanan, Gladys Buchanan, Bobbie Bilderbaclc Seated: La Veria Street, Mozelle Hetlin, ln ez Gary, VV'ynona Blakemore, Charlyne Steele, Billie Maude Bishop, Martha Nollner, Bernice Gillis, lune Preston, Betty Bonner, Letha Hooper, Gloria Bonine, Betty Bathmell Standing: Margaret Fraley, Marjorie Richards, Dorothy Harber, Martha Wallingford, Lor- raine Yarborough, Clara Lee Wilhite, Thomas Watts, Paul Fulks, Mrs. Nancy Murray, Wins- ton, Williamson, lames Lee Dossey, Beatrice McDonald, Lora Pearl Haynes, Martha Pender, Charlene Branton LIBRARY STAFF Carefully catalogued under the watchful eye of Mrs. Murray, who is, in- cidentally, noted for her brilliant repartee, these students are taught the tun- damentals oi keeping a library in order and are given a vague idea ot the Dewey Decimal System-she hopes. Students are sometimes lettered tor dili- gent work in the library, and they deserve to be, for theirs is the responsi- bility tor the supplements ot our intellect. lt has been said that a genuinely clever person does not know everything, but knows where to find out about everything. These are the students who specialize in the know-how and find-out. First Row: Mrs. loe Temple, Dorothy Kincaid, Reva Cathay, Io Ann Tandy, Helen Baker, Bagnal Thurman, Dora Buth Philley, Louise Blakemore, Melba Cook Second Row: Iohnnie Bullock, Noreen Windham, Iackie Caperton, Wanda lune Manning, Tommie Sue Glass, Billie Ioyce Pechacek, Lodema Watts, Louise Guthrie, Betty Logan, Ruth Williams, Billy Iean Smith win Third Row: Betty Ioyce Cole, Imogene Barlow, Dorothy Marie Walls, lanette Roberts, Connie Parker, Voncele Thompson, Ioane Ford, Ora Lee Alexander, Betty Ioyce Smith, lane McCraw, Dorothy Mae Smith Fourth How: Grace McCulloch, Billie McCoy, Willena Olson, lohnnie Faye Greene, Me- noma Haynes, Virginia Gary, Martha Nollner, Bernice Gillis, Clara Wilhite, Elsie Alexander, Lunelle Lewis, Rebecca Walker GIRLS HI-Y Clean-minded, clean-moraled, clean-speaking-these young women are destined to be the leaders of the religious and intellectual world in a tew years. Bible readings, lectures by noteworthy personalities, and good clean Christian fun supposedly make up the programs of the Tri-l-li-Y. Using Bibles for sword drills instead of sharp tongues, these sott-spoken young ladies strive to build into themselves the high principles of Christian character. First Row: Hershel Kimbrell, Earl Glenn Bose, Boyd Rogers, Fred Hughes, Bob Hollowell, Billy Braselton, Guy Daniel Second Row: Clarence Ebbert, Iohn Holloman, Gus Vletas, O. B. Stephens, Bob Reily, Dickie Elarn, Iames Neece Third Row: Mr. I. Fred Mcliinzie, Homer Harker, H. D. Terry, lim Harrison, Glenn Green, David Bowers, Billy Murphey, Altus Butord HI-Y He is a gentleman from sole to crown might be said ot any Hi-Y boy- not prigs, mind you, but gentlemen-these young men with an interest in the finer things of lite, Who strive to foster clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, clean living, and clean shirts. With the purpose, to pro- mote, and extend throughout the school and community high standards ot Christian character, these looys are starting on the right road through lite. GanG First How: Ba' Ortez Howington, Bettye Gustafson, Patty Buch, Lora Pearl Haynes, Myrtle Beth Hammers, Alice Marie Osborne, Helen Baker, Ioan Foss, Miss T. Clack Second Row: Georgia Harris, Gloria Malcom, loy Sheffield, Dotty Botkin, Gloria Bonine, Patsy Fan Darden, Mary Catherine Higdon, Patsy Grisham, Kyleen Blackerby, lane Lewis, Mrs. Edith C. Smith Third How: Gladys Buchanan, Nona Mae Snow, Katherine Miller, Virginia McGaughey, Martha Wallingford, Patsy Storey, Billie Ioyce Pechacek, Floy Cutbirth, Norma Underwood, Helen Aaron, Alma leane Sibley Fourth Row: Maxine Clement, Martha Pender, Betty Rathmell, Katydell McCarty, Lockilou, Bynum, Gaylia Wray Hilburn, Helena Carey, Louise Guthrie, Mary lo Harrell, Beatrice Allison, Willa Griffith, lean Mosshart . N' Fifth Row: Veriena Hutchins, Barbara Browning, Norma Miller, Evelyn McClure, Mary Newberry, Rena Lee Williams, Bhama Dell Pope, Nila lune Hale, Grace Buchanan, Nadine Young, Fleur Walton, Etta lane Stephenson Sixth How: Bosalene Myers, Eleanor Bouldin, Mary Batson, Bettye Hodges, Tommie Sue Glass, Gladys Townsend, Hattie Stinchcomb, Myrna Hunt, Fayteen Wilson, Alta Marie Rich- ardson, Iennie Bee Teaff, Ruth Ann Crowson GanG First Row: Doris Mathews, Lottie Pearl Burk, Lillian Allen, Mary Ruth Adams, Carolyn Wooten, Bay Boone, Layne Lawrence, Dorothy Landers, Virginia Raymond, Wanda Musten, lacqueline Small, Betty Buford Second Bow: loan Bamsey, Marilyn Green, Menoma Haynes, Wilena Olsen, Louise Blakemore, Dora Buth Philley, Wilma Thorne, Thelma Scott, Nona Lee Conaway, leannie Gray, Frances Tompkins, loe Ann Tandy -1 Third Bow: Patti Hunter, Dortheal Kilgo, Etta leanne Lamb, Clair Whitten, Betty Bouchette, Carolyn Grisham, Pat Lanktord, lean Curb, Wilda Holmes, Vicki Shaheen, Edith Holland, Buth Iames, Dorothy Harber Fourth Row: Dorothy Symes, Iohnnie Carey, Charlotte Steele, Cora Leslie Clark, Betty Cook, Patty Lynn Britian, Birdie Margaret Walker, lane Collins, Genell Woodrum, Hortence Hooker, Barbara Smith, Myrtle Lois Barnes, Nancy Crowley Fifth Row: Peggy Gardner, Angie Dres, Kathleen Sparks, Dorothy Louise Guthrie, Dor- othy Ann Adams, Ora Lee Alexander, Elaine Starnes, Betty Brewer, Pansy Alexander, Edith Boyd, Marie Hobbs, Barbara Ebbert, La Nell Grant, Madlin Burt, Paula Hazel, Marjorie Bich- ards ti' it First Bow: Paula Hazel, Georgia Harris, Bettye Gustafson, Gloria Malcom, Etta Ieanne Lamb, Pat Lanktord, Dortheal Kilgo, lolene Williams Second Row: lmogene Mansell, Clair Whitten, Bertie Lou Wilson, Virginia McGaughey, Mary Catherine Higdon, Ioy Sheffield, Lora Pearl Haynes, Carolyn Grisham, lean Curb, Char- lotte Steele, Margie Means Third How: Myrtle Beth Hammers, Patsy Grisham, Patti Hunter, Betty Bouchette, Ioan Hughes, Pat Perkins, Lillie Beth Coughran, Ioy Munden, Iohnnie Barron, Maewyn Bailey, Miss Marie Winston PERSONALITY GIRLS Not shrinking violets-these young Women about town Fi but decidedly the leaders ot the school and community! Selected tor their scintillating per- sonalities and their qualities of leadership, they intend to develop their attri- butes and improve themselves to the best ot their ability by studying leading Women personalities ot the community and the World. The Personality Girls have an annual Sweetheart Banquet, at Which speeches are delivered by the girls and their escorts about My ldeal Girl and My ldeal Boy. These girls are planning to sponsor an assembly program dedicated to the Gold Star mothers ot this War. PERSONALITY BANQUET OFFICERS Etta Ieanne Lamb A A . A A A , . .,.4, ....... P resident Pat Lankford A A , . , A A .Vice President Gloria Malcom A . A ,.A....A Secretary Dortheal Kilqo A... ,.... S erqeant-at-Arms First Row: Monte Kimmerlinq, Harold lones, Morris Bucker, Betty Brewer, Mrs. E. M. Randolph Second Ftow: Bobby Younq, Faye Byram, Miladene Musick, Mary lo Harrell, Helen Davis, loyce Milliorn, Arlene Fineq, Doris Chaney Third Row: Wayne Campbell, Vina Faye lones, Betty Lou Ethridqe, Billie Maude Bishop, Charlyne Steele, Lorraine Yarbrough, Robert Moates LGS LEALES Este club trata de poner entasis en las relaciones entre las Americas. Sus intenciones son instruir sus miernbros hablar bien la lenqua hermosa, cantar canciones espanoles y leer literatura moderna. Aprenclen mucho de las costurnbres y los habitos ole las naciones al sur de nosotros. La senora Banclolph, una proiesora interesacla en esto, ayucla mucho el circulo espanol. First How: Helena Carey, Sarah Noland, Kenneth Tate, Frances Tompkins, Ieannie Gray, Angie Dres, PeQQIY Gardner, De Witt lsom Second Bow: lettie Mae lones, Zada Lee DeBusk, Betty Bathmell, Martha Pender, Mr. Ernest T. Sublett, Shelby Smith, Genelle Woodrum, Gladys Buchanan Third How: loe Bucker, I. B. Walton, Billy Bay Chelt, Patsy Fan Darden, Io Ann Bob- erts, Iane Lewis, Mary Louise Nunn , Grace Buchanan, Homer Hopkins Fourth How: Sidney Parks, Bobby Todd, Charles Overton, Bryan Bogie, Iohnnie Shaw, Charles Dodson, Kenneth Iones, lra Iohnson, Bobert Kuykendall, lohn Frank Fuller, David Garrett LENS AND SHUTTER At the organization meeting oi the Lens and Shutter someone suggested that the Word shutter be spelled s-h-u-d-d-e-r and that the club motto be We look through the lens and shudder. Although this suggestion was voted down by the organization, it reflects the shutter-quick wit and the can- did view generally attributed to photographers. Novices who have never got their fingers burned on a ilash bulb and old veterans with stained iinger-tips, who have beenlin the snap-shooting business tor several years, make up the membership oi the club. ,The purpose is to add to every member's store of knowledge oi photography. y.. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL IOE C. HUMPHREY, B. A., M. A. To the Student Body of Abilene High School: No experience in my life has meant more to me than my associations with Abilene High School. The Eagles of l945, along With all the Eagles of past days, are among my greatest memories. The longer I live, the more I realize that friendship is one of the greatest treasures of life. Long after you have forgotten many of the lessons you learned in school, you Will recall your High School friends. Someone has said, The friends thou hast, and their adoption tried, grapple them to thy soul With hoops of steel . . Along With friendship I trust you remember your days in Abilene High School for the good habits you acquired, the knowledge that was implanted, and the philosophy of living you were taught. If you are able to graduate with a better appreciation of life, a clearer understanding to your life's responsibilities, I feel that the years you have spent in Abilene High School will be remembered as among the dearest and best of your life's journey. Sincerely, IOE C. HUMPHREY. k g3,'gL,9,C+-.Lf . ent Martha Pender Polly Preston Barbara Brddle lack Yonge Second Row Lynn Perkins Monty Don Thomason leannie Gray Veriena Hutchins Betty Henry, Betty Little, Fleur Walton, Nona Mae Snow, Mary Lin Smith First Bow: Carolyn Grisham, Pat Lanktord, Etta leanne Lamb, lean Curb, Maxine Clem- Third Bow: Sidney Parks, Don McClure, Max Bandolph, lack Yates, Hubert Seale,fBilly Crier, limmy Tittle, Mr. Ernest Sublett, Fred Lee Hughes, Boyd Rogers, Iohn Shaw THIRTEEN MASQUES The curtain rose ot the opening year of the Thirteen Masques in 1942, and the organization has been giving grand performances and sensational productions ever since. The purpose of the Thirteen Masgues is to promote the amateur theater and to give experience to these young green-room ha- bitues. First Bow: Veriena Hutchins, Eleanor Bouldin, Ruth Ann Growson, lim Harrison, Aubrey Connally, Frank Benham, Fred Lee Hughes, David Richey Second How: Fleur Walton, Dorothy Symes, Marjorie Richards, Virginia McGaughey, Wilda Holmes, Barbara Bbbert, Alice Osborne, Louise Blakemore, Boyd Bogers Third Row: Helen Aaron, La Nell Grant, Betty Buford, Georgia Harris, Maxine Clement, Barbara Browning, Paula Hazel, Rena Lee Williams, Vicki Shaheen, Helen Baker Fourth Bow: Mr. H. S. Fatherree, lames Lee Dossey, Bob Hollowell, Etta lane Stephen- son, Frances Tompkins, lohn Shaw, Don McClure, Homer Harker, Altus Buford, Earl Glenn Bose, Guy Daniel, Bobby Saxon NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Notwithstanding the awe-inspiring motto, I had rather have honor than honors, this cream ot our crop seems to specialize in having both. Selected for scholarship, leadership, character, and service, these are the thirty stu- dents who would make up any teach- er's dream class. At the induction of new members every year, a chapel program is given featuring talks by members - the creme de la creme who were given the honor their junior year-upon the four qualities for which students are selected. First Row: Grace Crain, Wanda Hale, Elaine Rogers, Anna Louise Wiederanders, Emma lean Tidwell, Naoma Best Second Bow: Dolores Best, Ruth Chase, Pauline Rister, lennie Rae Teaff, Wynette Mc- Laughlin, Cordia Bontlce, Flora Fischer Third Row: Lavaughn Davis, Mona Margaret Wren, Miss Ruby Compere, losie Toland, Pat Perkins, loan McCarty, Helen Sue Baker HGME ECONOMICS CLUB The woman's place is in the home, these future homemalcers believe, ancl they are striving to make home, sweet home, a little sweeter, both for them- selves and for their future families. Not career women, but, as a sociologist says, the pyknic type, are these capable wives and mothers of the future, as they learn to sew, cook, menol socks, and fix junior's bottle in one of the most practical of clubs. First How: Polly Preston, Gaylia Wray Hilburn, Elizabeth Echols, Robert Alvis, Gene Smith, lean Wroten, Doris Lindley, lune Coats Second Row: Donald Baker, lulian Herring, lack Chaney, Don McClure, Flora Merle Mor- gan, Henry Mohr, Ann Dell Cawthon, Margaret Willis Third How: Shelby Smith, Holman King, Bettye Crutchfield, Prot. Bynum, Nancy Harkey GRCHESTRA Sott, mellow violins, shrill Woodwinds, heavy brasses all are attributes ot the tine tones produced by the Crchestra. Meticulously tuned, highly train- ed, these cultured, refined students play either classics or semi- classics not venturing to the boogie level. The purpose ot the organized orchestra is to provide recreation tor the members and culture for the listeners. iv? . t First Row: Myrtle Lois Barnes, lean Wroten, Barbara Smith, La Wanda Bollinger,, Arlene Fineg, Gene Hunter, Clara Wilhite, Marilyn Smith, Maxine Ballard, Wanda Dean, Elizabeth Echols Second Row: lune Miller l-lay, Doris Lindley, lune Preston, Margaret Willis, Betty Hooker, lean Sauze, lune Sauze, Audrie Ann Bertram Third Row: Flora Merle Morgan, Ploy Cutbirth, Gloria Petty, Eleta Pollock, Ruth Ann Mat- thews, Amelia Smith, Leslie l-lavins, Betty Koonsman Fourth Row: Prof, Bynum, Betty Crutchfield, Nancy l-larkey, Ann Dell Cawthon, Elaine Starnes THE GIRLS BAND Playing second fiddle musically to none, but in tune With the times by having gorgeous iormals for uniforms, these musically inclined young Wo- men compose the only all-girl high school band in Texas. The purpose ot the organization, as the name implies, is the promotion of the study ot in- strumental music, and the girls combine business and pleasure by versatilely presenting programs that play upon both the sight and hearing of the au- dience x-gli First Row: Douglas Berry, Gene Smith, Wintord Reed, lim Looney, Robert Alvis, Ra' Ortez Howington, Lon Clyde Brooks, Thomas Watts, Donald Gay, Aubrey Connolly Second Row: Henry K. Bass, Iarnes Dossey, Marvin lones, Charles Tandy, Billy Spencer, lames Cook, Alonzo Thomason, George Swinney, Bobby Pillow, McDaniel Ward, Stanley Thompson, lohn Bontke, Tom Ed Travis, Derwin Clary, Iulian Herring, Don McClure, Richard Davis, Earl Bourland, Bruce Thompson, Herbert Houston Third Row: loe Rucker, Ernest Tye, Harold lones, limrny Mason, I. Forest Posey, Robert Von Roeder, Walter Iarrett, Alton Williams, Homer Harker , Fourth Row: Henry Mohr, William King, Carlton Hodges, Eugene Norman, Charles Mohr, Doyle Ray Gurley, Dick Frydenberg, lack Chaney, lra lohnson, Arthur Hall, David Davis Fitth Row: Wendell Wagley, Morris Barnes, lames Mitchell, Sam Houston, B. L. Bates, lohn Ray Harrison, loe Couch, Dorman Akins, Prot. Bynum THE EAGLE BAND Beyond doubt, Proi's pet is this oldest instrumental musical organiza- tion in Abilene High School. One of the tew all-boy high school bands lett in the state, it marches straight through to a crashing crescendo ot victories in every contest it enters. Learning to march, as well as to play music, these well-groomed boys are able to execute commands with the precision ot a metronome. Ra' Ortez Howington, Sweetheart troll ll' First Row: Anna Louise Patterson, Marjorie Lewis, Wilda Holmes, Veriena Hutchins, lane Collins, Birdie Margaret Walker, Martha Pender, Maxine Clement, Miss Ouida Clemons Second Row: Patsy Edins, Bobbie Bilderback, Genevieve Wellborn, lack MCC-rlothlin, Fred- die Gerlach, David Fry, Robert McElrath, Barbara Fulwiler, Eloise Escue, Ruth Hamilton Third How: Dorothy Holladay, Bay Boone, loan Foss, Peggy Page, lohn Holloman, lack Henderson, limmy Iennings, Billy Williams, LaVerne Harris, Mary lane Treadaway, Barbara Bentley, Letha Hooper Fourth Row: Layne Lawrence, Mary Clinton, Ioe Ann Tandy, Bobbie loe Williams, H. D. Terry, Rainey Owen, Leroy White, Lynn Perkins, Doris lean Plowman, lean Oates, Genelle Woodrum C A CAPPELLA An idea ot what these members of the A Cappella undergo to belong to the organization may be acquired by one sight-reading of the circular letter sent to the parents ot those who are competing tor membership, which strikes a minor key in the opening chord by noting that the members must submit to rigid training and frank criticism. No, the assiduous, vivacious little director attempts to put no pianissimo on the responsibilities and the duties ot an A Cappella member. The main theme of the group is a sequential pattern ot morale-building, both tor civilians and Cf. l.'s, and while they are building the morale ot others, they are building into themselves an appreciation for the eternal beauty ot song. ': , ,. fe.. -91 lb 19 T - f AA f, si L ,li 2 L Swv' A'.:A' 1 A F r ez ' . . mg 'E 2 L f 5 'f E - .. - - V . A . ' - ' 1 1 ' I ii 5 i s 1 3 v rs R N ' 7 'S ' 2 , Dorothy Holladay Ray Boone Layne Lawrence lane Collins Birdie Margaret Walker Veriena Hutchins SEXTET So interested in music that they send their dinner invitations in the key ot G instead ot at one sharp, these molten voiced attractive vocalists harmonize their work with the theme oi the entire voice department: the building ot morale of soldiers and civilians. ACCOMPANISTS Learning to paw the ivory instead of counting railroad ties or polishing shoes-as the di- rector trequently remarks-fills the time oi these talented young ladies. Betty Henry Marjorie Lewis Wilda Holmes Barbara Browning Alice Ann Chandler K' 3,5 Wx M i' ?'?'5 , S r Q 2, , .K an - WF 6 wr if 54 Q 1 I 5 ', , . i I , t ,7 it it V f init? t9 'Qf-761 First Bow: La Verne Harris, Letha Hooper, Buth Hamilton, Bobbie Bilderback, Betty Hen- ry, Alice Chandler, Genevieve Wellborn, Anna Louise Patterson, Dorothy Holladay, Patsy Edins, PGQQY Page Second How: Nancy Sanford, Ruth Reed, Barbara Fulwiler, Eloise Escue, Mary lane Tread- away, Mary Clinton, Doris lean Plowman, lean Cates, Mary Bucker, Barbara Bentley, Ann Rankin, Carol Raymond, Pat Pierce Third Row: Margie Horn, Ann Walker, Billie Pliler, Montiel Dalton, Nelda lean Splawn, luanita Wetsell, Mona Margaret Wren, Beatrice McDonald, Myra Cook, Pauline McWilliams, lane Brightman, Elaine Bolander, Annette Scott, Flora Fischer Fourth Bow: Grace McCulloch, Margaret Ann Lamb, Emily McGregor, Shirley Fields, Nancy Daniel, Pat Daniel, Katherine Loving, Georganna Hanks, Dorothy Lynn Francis, Norma Mayfield, lohnnie Barron, Nellie Gaye Choate, Maggie Davis, Rosellyn Merrick, Mary Beth Norman Fitth Row: Mary Beth Ferguson, Helen Ioyce Keith, Opal Maples, Ianice Atkinson, lerry Carter, Marjorie Gattord, Fredda Carpenter, Bessie Lou Wise, Mary Curry, Martha Curry, Betty Kyle, Anna Page, Doris Miller, Billie Benbarger, Io Anne Roberts GIRLS GLEE CLUB OFFlCEBS Pat Perkins i President Maewyn Bailey Vice President Ba'Crtez Hovvington . Secretary Marian Bobertson Reporter l ' f ,,4' 'Q 4' l l ti! ' tt :iii ta' at if ' First How: Bettye Lou Hodges, Veriena Hutchins, Marjorie Ruth Lewis, Barbara Browning, Marian Robertson, Pat Perkins, Maewyn Bailey, Ba'Ortez l-lowington, Bay Boone Second How: Fayteen Wilson, Maxine Clement, Martha Pender, Layne Lawrence, Birdie Margaret Walker, lane Collins, Ioe Ann Tandy, Genelle Woodrum, Ioan Foss, Patsy Fan Darden Third How: Helen Aaron, Wanda Muston, Iuanita Day, Lillian Allen, Beatrice Ellison, Mary Ruth Adams, Carolyn Wooten, lane Lewis, Iimmie Etta Mayfield, Betty Logan, Kyleen Black- erby 4 Fourth Row: Geraldine White, Patty Britain, Mary Katherine Batson, Ada Guin, Ioan Hughes, Lillie Beth Coughran, Margie Means, Ioy Munden, Iolene Williams, Maryana Holly, Miss Ouida Clemons Fifth Row: Betty Caraway, Beva Cathey, Dorothy lohnson, Billie lean Smith, Dorothy Symes, lnez Massey, Ianie Rose Bishop, Etta lane Stephenson, Fleur Walton, Frances Tomp- kins, Wanda Van Zandt GIRLS GLEE CLUB There is more to a Girls Glee Club program than meets the ear, as the maestro will readily affirm. Requiring more of its members than good voices, a club as large as this demands presto response to direction and abides no retardo of the tempo of the group to suit the abilities of any member. Often sounding the tone of the school, as they do in the Commencement programs and at Parent Teacher Association meetings, the members of this organiza- tion must harmonize as well in their personalities as in their voices. tl t t u ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL DON B. WEATI-IEBBY, B. A., M. A. To the Students of Abilene High School: From news reports on all the fighting fronts of the great conflict in which We are now engaged, evidences point toward an end that is perhaps not too far in the future. Prevailing conditions make us feel quite hopeful of the out- come. Then may we all look forward cheerfully, but with a sense of duty foremost in our minds. We should realize the gravity of the situation and tho responsibility that will be thrust upon us, and more especially that which i3 upon the shoulders of our youth. Thus, more than ever, we need to be prepared: to be on guard against pitfalls, brought about by evils of war which must inevitably follow. With hope we are obliged to look to the future. Surely, progressiveness will continue, and We must be alert to keep pace with it. Then build and rebuild in the ways and plans of the engineer, the states- man, the educator, and the moralist. With character, religious influence, and a worthy code of morals build a stronger democracy that reaches far and Wide in its influence and practices in order that more people of the world may enjoy its privileges and ways of peaceful living. Sincerely, DUN B. WEATI-IERBY. 5 .gm WSI' First Row: Miss Ouida Clemons, Wilda Holmes, Rainey Owen, lohn Holloman, l. V. Gil- breth, Leroy White, lack Henderson, Billy Thompson Second Row: Lynn Perkins, Bobby foe Williams, Ioel Hall, Wade Par- melly, lim Harrison, H. D. Terry, limmy Iennings, Alex Eastus, Charles Major, Borden Duffel Third Row: Billy Ioe Leggett, lack Yonge, Freddie Gerlach, Monty Don Thomason, lohnnie Posey, Robert Kuykendall, lohn Ben Phillips, Roy Fish, lack McGlothlin, David Fry, Robert McElrath BOYS GLEE CLUB Although Sing Sing has been suggested as a title and B flat as the key signature of this medley of men in music, an undertone of genuine harmony will be found to exist among the members of this organization. The theme of the group is the giving of both pleasure and a background of the finer strains ot life to these young crooners. THANKSGIVING PRGGRAM The Thanksgiving Program given in the traditional manner oi Abilene High School was presented November 20, l944. The theme of the program this year Was: Let Us Give Thanks for the Things That Make America American. ln the magnanimous manner ot the American people, boxes were prepared by the students for those in need. The outstanding events of the pro- gram Were: This ls Worth Fighting For, by Ensign Edwin lack Chambliss, U. S. N. Ry Ave Maria, by Polly Preston, Let Us Give Thanks For the Constitution, by Fred Lee Hughes. ' mp' ' ' . tif ii ks., , . , ' . p '- 'V If' . - - 1 4. :fa-.: if '2f -4'--1 -IN , 1 ., ..... -.-ff.::,t1z: f2. - - . .. A y wh l 5 L I 1 ! Star light-MaX's plight . . . On Dead End Street . . . Qld men loolc baclc on the good old days . . . l will preach next Sunday . . . Look this Way, Rainey . . . A perplexing problem. DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS Wages for one semester 37,826.46 ALLEN WHITE Crain Office Supply Two years of service HOWARD HOOD Safeway No. l5 One year of service DEE TROY TEDFORD Crain Office Supply One year of service IOE FRANK HALL Safeway No. 15 Fw I I Iwo years of service MARIE BROOKS C. M. Presley Jewelry Two years of service LEON NICHOLS Abilene Machine Co. Two years of service GAIL BURGESS Refrigeration Supply and Electric Two years of service EMORY WILLIAMS Safeway No. 9 Two years of service Mr. W. RAINEY OWEN Instructor 'Q ik X w ,,f l 1 ,lf DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIDNS BILL WILLIAMS Terrell Laboratory One year of service BILLY KING H. I. Thomas Furniture Co. Two years of service TRAVIS HARNETT Eulwiler Printing Company Two years of service FRANKLIN WHITE Service Parts Company One year of service CLARENCE SHIRLEY Abilene Electric Company Two years of service DOUGLAS FLETCHER Abilene Electric Company One year oi service HAROLD CANNON Powers Machine Shop One year of service MR. W. RAINEY OWEN Instructor DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS OLLIE DEE WINDHAM Sears Roebuck 61 Company Two years of service ROBERT STERLING Gibson Products Company Two years of service BOBBY O'BRIEN I. C. Penney 51 Co. One year oi service WENDOL GARRETT David S, Castle Company Two years of service HERBERT BEASLEY David S. Castle Company One year of service DOROTHY STEWART Minte-r's Department Store One year of service HAROLD ARMSTRONG Smith Plumbing Company One year of service HMMY LAWLERS Hoppe Electric Company One year of service -MR. W. RAINEY OWEN Instructor DIVERSIFIED OCCUPATIONS NATALEE QUINN Minter Dry Goods Co. Two years of service CHARLES RATHMELL Formcll Implements Co. One year of service KATHRYN CARVER Rex A. Smith Iewelry One ye-cr cf service HARMON HURST Everetrs Sheet Metal Works One year of service PAT STRAVUN I. C. Penney Company Two years of service EDGAR SPEARS Abilene Plumbing cmd Roofing Company One year of service MR. W. HAINEY OWEN Instructor y 3- ? 4? The Little Etters . . . folly Old Santa . . . Mr. Sublett's pride cmd joy, Susie . , . The Temple tot . . . Xf64:8 . . . Little foe, the statesman . . . Santa Visits the G czn Gs Little Sisters . . . Talented Patsy. V V Our distinguished visitors . . . Singing tor the Iunior Queen . . . How much am l offered tor this beautiful calce?' '... The Sophomore Beauty . . . Yell, Barb! . . . At the station ot the plow . . . Eats for all . . . Can't you win, Peggy? '... Sailors come home for their gold A's . . . Mid-term honor grads . . . State Guard members from A. H. S .... Winner ot the two highest awards, Sergeant Logan. The l-li-Y sons 'shine . . . One ot the nation's most decorated heroes . . . Gus gives l-li-Y devotional . . . Senator Tom Connolly speaks to the students ot Abilene High School . . . Students turn out for cotton picking . . . lsn't it fun to be a senior? . . . And l can barlf, too! ...uf 'mmm 3 .3 A Q. ABILENE HIGH SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES MR. P. F. MCCARTY MRS. H, A. PENDER MR. IOE SMITH President Secretary Vice President MR. GEORGE BARRON MRS. ROLAND IONES MR. HORACE M. CONDLEY MR. L. P. COOK fl SEB we t . .V- in ml gg gg ,xg Honors to those who serve . . . A little higher, lohrmy . . . W'here's the waiter with the water tor line? . . . The heaviest sleet in years! . . . Learning a trade . . . Max, is it that in- teresting? . . . The daily work in the shop. Hdvertisememts Our Qriemis, ,Che Advertisers Abilene Book Shop ,...... Abilene Christian College . . . Abilene Laundry Co. .,.......... . Abilene Printing ci Stationery Co. . , Altman's Style Shop .A.t....i... Banner Creameries ..., Barq's Bottling Co. .... . Barrow Furniture Co. . . . . Bobby Walker Theater ...., Broadway Theater ,..r Busch 6. Sons ..... Cafeteria ........... Chandler, Emmette t..... Citizens National Bank ,,,. Clark Hardware ........ Clark, I. Heavy .. . Clinic Pharmacy ...... Coca-Cola Bottling Co. . . . Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. r.... . Draughon's Business College .... Duke's Windsor Pharmacy ........ Excel Photo Finishing ......,...... Farmers ci Merchants National Bank Fielder-Dillingham Lumber Co. , . . . Gail Business College .r..,.., Grant, W. T., Co. ...,..,... ,..,.. . Grissom's, Ernest, Department Store Hall Music Co. .................. . Hardin-Simmons University . . . Hendrick Memorial Hospital .... Hicks, C. E., Food Store ..., , Howard Drug Store ........ Keith Wright Supply Co. . . . . Lintz Department Store .... Lion Hardware Co. . , , , Longhorn Creamery . . . McMurry College . . . Margo's ,......,., CQ? Mead's Fine Pastry Shop . . . Miller-Perkins .......... Minter's Dry Goods 4.... Owen, Marvin, Iewelry . , . Paramount Theater .... Parsie's Beauty Shop . . . Pender Co. .......... . Penney Co., I. C. ,..... . Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. . . , . Piggly-Wiggly Stores ....... Presley Iewelry Co. ........... . Radford, I. M., Wholesale Grocery Royal Crown Cola Bottling Co. . . Record Shop, The ............ Richards Shoe Shop .... Right-Way Laundry .... Russey's Printing Co. . . . Sears, Roebuck G Co. .... . Shelton-Webb Motor Co. . . , . Shoe Service Store ..... Smith-Crain Pharmacy .,.. Smith, Rex A. ........... . South Texas Lumber Co. . . . . S. G Q. Clothiers ....... Star Furniture Co. . , , Taystee Baking Co. .. Thurman's Studio . . . Universal Cover Co. . . Universal Motors .... University Florists ...... Waldrop Furniture Store .... West Texas Cottonoil Co. . . . West Texas Utilities Co. . . . Western Auto .......... Windsor Hotel ...,.r.. Woolworth, F. W., Co. , . Wooten Hotel ....... Zenith Cleaners . . . Y WE DO cU12 BEST- Tc have the merchandise that meets the needs and tc have sure, satisfactory service. For right quality at right prices shop at LINTZ i nnspmlfls '7fLe piofuaed in lfuld Each Speak fad 7!1-601461034 . . They prove that Thurman's is The House of Better Photography For service with personal attention, stop at T H U R M A N' S Betty: Everybody looks as if he had iust stepped out of this spring fashion book. Mariorie: These new styles are iust breath-taking. Gus: Have you noticed the quality of These coats? Earl Glenn: Just think, you can find all this at MINTEHS 4 bwigigl A L 4 r 4 5 5 V NQBILENES OWN I-ICDTELH Extends O Greetings and Best Wishes to the Members of the Graduating Class, the Student Body and the Faculty of Abilene High School if The Students of Today Are the Citizens and Leaders of Tomorrow Ruth Ann: This little beanie is iust what I've been looking for! Ruth: These softer shades have captured my heart. Jackie: Don't you think this jacket is extra clever? GRISSQMS When You're Hungry, Thirsty and Tired . , . IT Really Helps To 2210146 A sms T0 EAT .Z A Flavor Not Copied Nor Borrowed . . . A Original Crearion. UH. PEPPER Blllllllili CUPHPHHU Page 188 Q . A X! Bob: For cakes and pies and everything sweet, MEAD'S FINE PASTRY SHOP is the place to meet. Ted: We're not interested in poetry: we iust want to know where the knife is to cutthis pie. June and Jean heartily agree that they prefer the de- licious cake. MEAD'S FINE PASTRY SHOP I P wx , fX 'Q 1 245 ,f- 1 I' XXX X . ,V N .X GN X W ww X X .XXX Nw X Nw x .X , X ,Q X XX . 1 X xx X Nw 3 XX xx N vw J .X Q I . C S I xv-vgwvw X QS XXX Xxkx X. MXN 3, Xmnv-'Mm wb.-. Nf 'QA ' ' mf-Mwifiwf' wa - M ISS TOMMIE CLACK L. I. Peabody College tor Teachersp B. A. McMurry College MISS BENNIE SPECK B. A., B. O. Hardin-Simmons University: B.A M. A. University ot Texas MRS. C. B. HICKS . University of Colorado MRS. CAROLYN WOOTEN B. A. Hardin-Simmons University MRS. SELMA BISHOP B. A., M. A. University oi Texas MISS BOBBIE CLACK L. l. Peabody College tor Teachers B. A. McMurry College MRS. TRUMAN NANCE A. B. Trinity University: M. A. University of Texas MRS. KATHRYN MORROW B. A. Mary Hardin-Baylory M. A. University ot Texas MISS MARY BAGGETT B. A. Hardin-Simmons University :M , SX ' 5 Barbara: On The campus or wherever I am, Barq 's is The drink for me-. La Nell: You can Tell by The look in BeTTy's eye ThaT she is having a real TreaT. BeTTy: Give me my choice and l'll Take Barq's orange. 'lr ir 'A' 'Ir BQRQS BOTTLING CCDMPANY Page 190 I qfphe re to glfow? Hardin-Simmons University C9 Gourse Seniors of all high schools on graduation face the problem of knowing what to do next. Many of them choose to go on to college in order to be better prepared for the future. The majority of those at Abilene high school select Hardin-Simmons University because they know it is a good university, it will permit them to become equipped to face the life of busi- ness or in the home more efficiently, and because it is near at hand. Abilene high school graduates also Want to go Where most of their friends go. And that is to the Forty Acres of H-SU. That's why Hardin-Simmons officials invite you all to enroll this summer or in the fall. Even boys who will go into service soon have found they may advance more quickly if they have some college Work. You'll find Dr. R. N. Richardson, president, Whose picture is above, a friendly individ- ual, ready to help you. The same goes for each member of the fine faculty. We hope to see you enrolling soon at I-IABDIN-SIMMONS UNIVERSITY RIGHT HERE IN ABILENE Page 191 .QBILENES MCDST MODERN I-ICDTEL Hospilolity ond Abilene's Comfort Hotel Unrotioned CIT i .of . Sensible Dlsrlncrlon Rams Wooteifrzs Hotel North Third or Cypress Phone 4314 J. K. Wallingford, Mgr. Page 192 McMurry College V.. ,,f',lr..,. M50 WW' , 3, ...You can , t 't t ' P y 1' l V 4 . N Q YQ OCA-COLA has that extra something Y that rates with youth. That's Why 'T 5 Q M 1 'T ,, Coca-Cola-a long-established product-he- M , A ,fig longs to the younger set year after year. 1 'ii' Choicest, s ecial in redients and s ecial - T P A I . care 1n 1ts rnakmg, g1ve Coca-Cola a , ' special refreshing taste and quality. V4 This unique taste comes from a finished A l I art in its makin . . . a blend of flavor- 'ref . . . vm, essences mergxng the lngredlents of .1 -, -.W . . ms T , :offbe- ' ' db' Coca-Cola 1nto a taste all 1ts own. It 'ff iyjjf liiiifl,gg1..-.i2:Q,ffQ2:1., leaves an after-sense of refreshment that l fjff ' 1 - .95-1 -1 .515 . A f fl 1 ,T .T ' - everybody recogmzes. - :gi - .,.y ' 2 , 5' S' Y -3 .2 , Its natural for popular If' 'f 1 'f?g names to acqun-e iwnend- . il. -- 1.4 -.-.- : ar-:+. ws: -.-Q .-.- .- . . A -1 t iggg sgig 'F- ug ly abbrevlatlons. 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Page 194 COLUMNS OF HARDIN ADMINISTRATION BUILDING I . . . congratulations from Abilene Christian College . . . to the Flashlight staff for another good yearbook, worthy of Abilene High and the Eagles. . . . and an invitation from Abilene Christian College . . . to all Abilene High Students and especially the 1 945 graduates to investigate the advantages offered by Abilene's three schools of higher learning. . . . the second term of six weeks begins July 1 6 . . our first summer term of six weeks begins June 4 I 9 4 5 . . . the fall semester begins Tuesday, September 1 1 You will en oy being a student in Abilene Christian College . . . the school with a purpose . . . the friendly school the helpful school Pg 195 il' lf 5 VT l, gig IB, , f,g ' . 1 ,fi f ' - , 1 f 1 ' -'fs y., ' 'ff X Qu The Paramount, Majestic, Queen and Palace Theatres ln all our undertakings a great deal ot thought is given to the peril ot our country and the obli- gation we all owe to our central government as citizens interested in the education of our children and in the educational system: and we are especially desirous ot finding a place in civilian lite for our boys coming out ot the armed forces. 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West'lEXas Utilities Compazyf Page 197 -lx 2. Send a Letter to Your Love . . . On our specially designed stationery. A type and weight for every need-in a brilliant array of col- ors - Pink, Pearl, Green, Ivory, Blue. 31.00 per box May be Personalized at slight additional charge. . L Say... Thank You Promptly! With folded Notes. Your choice of White, Ivory, Green, Pearl. iN C? Announce life's supreme event ' with genuine engraved Wedding forms. n -' 1 'I We have a wide selection I um of the smartest and 5, 6 . 223' newest styles. Q x 0 M IC x P I f : r-,4 'A1 rices vary rom S, .. ff I 9 :gat 9512.25 for 50 Q ,I Q PINK 1' or S . , .M...., r, 314.50 per 100 S c3fl0I lNK Printed wedding forrns , Matching or Contrasting Colors priced from for all Stationery. S1 OO b 956-OO for 50 15 cents in horne size bottle ' per OX Of Finest for Fountain Pens 58.25 per 100 l I I N I I fnlene rmtmg if fClftOlflE1ftj 0111 pany Printers, Stationers, Office Outfitters Store No. leel038-1044 North Second PHONE 5440 .. A 2 W. H. tBillD HANEY 1 rectory, 1274 North second street MGHGQGI P. O. Box l560-ABILENE, TEXAS Page 198 For music that is fresh, lilting, romantic, educational Stop in at the RECORD SHOP The West Texas House TH E gm DER. QMPANKI FURNITURE S LOOSE LEAF FILING DEVICES SYSTEMS sAFEs M l d Etc. Manufacturing Stationers W Complete Line of Office Supplies ABILENE, TEXAS Page 199 B, B. B. 'F' . If 5. 'ff MR. IOE HUMPHREY A. Southwestern Universibyg M. A Southern Methodist Unlersity MISS FERN BROCK A. Howard Payne Colleqep M. A. University of Texas MISS SARAH HARDY B. A. Hardin-Simmons MISS LUCRETIA CURRY B. A. Abilene Christian College MRS. M. M. BARNES B. A. Hardin-Simmons MISS PANSY GARDNER B. A. Hardin-Simmons MISS MARIE WINSTON A. Texas Christian Universityf M. Peabody College lor Teachers MISS MARGARET BREEDLOVE A. B. Texas Wesleyan College MR. I-'RED MCKINZIE B. S. Abilene Christian College fans. wud' W. A Are you getting the best from your car? E: If not, it is as simpie as A B C. Make your next stop at Universal Motors Western Auto Service 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 The Newest Things The Smartest Things PENNEYS J. C. Penney Co., Inc. 334 Pine Street f ..c,...-, Conveniently located on the corner, Woolworth is the store with quality merchandise at FW lower prices. WOOLWORTH CO. Phone 4722 Elm at Second Street Coll Us For Thott Next Printing lob NEWSPAPERS LETTERHEADS STATEMENTS INVITATIONS BOOKLETS BUSINESS CARDS TABLOIDS ENVELOPES INVOICES FOLDERS ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONAL CARDS PERSONAL STATIONERY . .,. ,K www Mwiwfygf Q mmm tt X32 HQ! MMM, I ':f' tf, :ei-V' Kusseyis' Wriufing Enmpauy Anything from Cards to Newspapers Page 201 EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE China-Glassware-Kitchen Ware Wfestinghouse Refrigerators and Roper Gas Ranges 0 Philco Radios-Speed Queen Washers LION HARDWARE COMPANY The Largest Hardware Stock in West Texas A Phone 3 241 East of Post Office J. R. FIELDER A O. D. DILLINGI-IAM FIELDER f DILLINGHAM LUMBER COMPANY Cook's Varnish and Paint 410 Chestnut Street Wall Board Telephone 8171 and 8172 Wall Paper ABILENE TEXAS - Sash and Doors Joe Ann, Lockilou, Katydell, and Gaylia Wray know that you can always 1 find something exTra . 3 speclalat X? N . O O SEAHS-HUEHUEK 5 IJIJMPANY Meet your friends for o friendly chot, o bit of refreshments, or anything thot is in the line of drugs. Wanda are a m CLIINHC PHARMACY FOR BETTER AND LOWER-PRICED SHOWS ABILENE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Go to the Bobby Walker Theatre BEST WISHES Smith 1 Crain Pharmacy Prescription Specialist-Always Room to Pork Hickory ot Eighth Phone 3207-3208 Page 203 A. H. S. Students l find these accessories charming. For something original, youthful, dramatic E always shop at MILLER-PERKINS SHOE SERVICE STORE MAKERS of COWBOY BOOTS and SHOES LUGGAGE, BOOT and SHOE REPAIRING Abilene, Texas 441 Pine Street PARSIE'S BEAUTY SHOP We have discontinued our school for the duration n All branches of Beauty Service Expert Operators-Same Location MRS. LETHA AREY 812 Hickory Dial 2-0057 Page 204 Diamonds JewelrY Watches Giftware Clothes For Young Men and Men Who S Sz Q swung Styled for the Four I-Iundredu Priced for the Forty Nlillionn Ahilene's Largest Store for Men and Boys 15 8 Pine Street Phone 5 5 44 I-43 IN ABILENE IT IS- I 'Semin Home of Cleaner Dairy Products-Milk, Butter, Ice Cream, and Cottage Cheese ' All Pasteurizedv 4th and Chestnut Phone 627 7 Page 205 ' 'I For Superior Quality Food for Picnics and Banquets fbi A. H. S. Students Always Patronize PIGGLY - WIGGLY Stores in Abilene The Toast Of The Nation 9 l ras nviiga . . ' w fn -X J , ,raxfffe ' , Q xy F yy .n is A' I gint . ,xl A-L' M 5' 4 x A 2 A 'V 'W t TAYSTEE BREAD for TAYSTEE TOAST 225 Walnut St. Phone 5746 A. T. CANANT, Manager DIAMONDS SILVER . CHINA WATCHES Rex A. Sm1Lh BRACELETS Jeweler CRYSTAL LOCKETS PENS SAY IT WITH FLOWERS AND SAY IT WITH ouRs Q Q g ' X Unlverslty Florlst 1202 Ambler Phone 5169 Phyll I disapp buy a R y L C Cola. Coy agree that the pause 1 well worth the time. Nell and Joan Kaya! Hrvwu Kala Koffling 60. 1' 2 Q gg ' f 'Z I I ,, W '4': ,. ' , fe? 5 Y is Alf' R S 4 , .s: 4 ix ! A , W 'SC' . .1 M0 . x' . X 4 tfkicsf.. ll Q qu Oh, I see Where Paula, Georgia, Carolyn, Etta Jeane, and Dortheal get all their pep and energy. They drink Banner milk. - 1 rr - .rr. ar.r X, - 57.32 -. . ':: - I 'iw -.- V . QN- A complete stock of A 9,5i'?'- 4 '-'-' - '-'f 'N ' , ,.,.,. S:f:23.g.,:1:5:- -.-.-.',- : -:-:1:3:5:1:f:f:f:f:f:1:3:-:-.f :Ei 4-7-I:QZE:E:E:E:EiEE:EtEtEiirii1:3Z3QZ:EEE-2:2-E-E-E-:':':,.,, Buildin MoTeriol ' r,.r. r ..ffs5si:1'11ESE:s-:ffl 5591139221f52925?ffEz::iT ':IEEE31'fis ...' 0 'e?5f21fTf255:f:f:QEi:l:3:i --,--4 ' - --3 PUIWT and WUI' n . . - . aaa a .5 if-151 i .Q.2.i.Qa-Z 7 Pape' 15 i5'iQ2313s1?E2f!5 il '11a4Y ?ffHi3if,, g'a'?fIfifi'if':5': Ulf Iliff! r snff5f3iii5PfPEi5 I Srfufh Kew lamb 1' Kamp ny 501 Sycamore Phone 6232 My Best Friends Sign Here! Let's Go to Gail- Interview: Miss Helen Robinson Founder-President Qui! Hallege U31-ZP Gloria and Myrtle Beth are mostly concernedwith h o w comfortable these choirs ci re. Homer and Donaid think how hond- so m e I y designed they ore. Harrow gumifurc' Cfnmpauy University Q MISS WILLIE M. FLOYD B. A, Hardin-Simmons University M. A. Southern Methodist MR. ERNEST SUBLETT B. A. Hardin-Simmons University M. A. Sul Boss State Teachers College MISS OUIDA CLEMONS B. A. McMurry College M. A. North Texas State Teachers College M f . MISS ODELL IOHNSOI B. A, Southern Methodist University M. A. University of Alabam MR. R. T. BYNUM B. A., B. M. Hardin-Simmon: University MISS EVA GARVIN MRS. HELEN WILLIAMS B. A., M, A. East Texas State B. S. MCMurry College Teachers College MR, W. K. BENTLEY MHS. AMELIA HAILE B. A. Hardin-Simmons University B. S. Iohns Hopkins University ,. 4 r E ,H I Maewyn: There's nothing like a Touch of flowers to catch the eye! Maryana and Joan remind us that you can always find the articles you need at C3RANT'S FEED Cottonseed Products f Manufactured by West Texas Cottonoil Co. ABILENE, TEXAS Cmlist Today In fl lU owl I lgzfofessiom JOIN THE U. S. CADET NURSE CORPS FREE TRAINING WITH PAY lf you can meet the requirements for entrance, YOU WILL RECEIVE: Full training which meets the requirements for graduation in an accredited nursing school, and on graduation you are eligible to become a registered nurse. Complete tuition and fees will be paid. School uniforms and outdoor cadet uniforms will he furnished. I Monthly allowances of: ' S1500 per month during the first nine months as a Pre-Cadet: 520.00 per month during the next l5 to 21 months as a Iunior Cadetg 330.00 per month until graduation as a Senior Cadet. YOU PROMISE: To engage in essential civilian or military nursing for the duration of the present war. For further information, write or call Superintendent of Nurses J-fcmlrick Memorial ffnspifal ABILENE, TEXAS Thru the streamlined college-grade Draughon Courses and Southwicle Placement Service.you can step into a good mcomwbe prepared for patriotic service-three years sooner than in other comparable careers. Starting in a vital government or business office, you can earn 33,000 to 454,000 during the time thus saved, and be gaining experience that will be invalu- able after Victory comes .... 3.000 positions annually. to select from. Mail Coupon NOXV for Special Time- and Money-Saving Plan. Name ..........,.... ,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,i,, .,,, .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,v,Y,, , , 4, PIO. ........ . 1 BUSINESS COLLEGE Page 21 I Edith and Crawford look closely at a ring, while Dotty and Bob carefully examine a pen set. Whatever it is, you can not go wrong with gwiifi' ,mi f-QM, MARVIN OWEN, JEWELER l-lOWARD'S DRUG STCRE The House of llll ny Favors 925 South First Street Telephone 2-0321 Q Abilene, Texas After a hot day of school, an ice-cold Pepsi-Cola makes an ideal beverage- Twice as much for a y nickel, too. l PEPSI-CQLA BOTTLING CO. S y ' l h W Well l would like t t th b k ond ttl down y hoir ond re d. Books for enjoyment con be purchased ot HBIIEIIE BIIUII SIIIIIE BIBLES-RELIGIOUS-JUVENILE AND LENDING LIBRARY Proprietors: Penn Gilbreth Olon L. Hicks 365 Cypress Phone 4428 As Part of Our Service We can be very helpful about arranging the right insurance protection for you. FIRE, EXTENDED COVERAGE, AUTOMOBILE, LIABILITY, ALL MARINE COVERAGES, AND BONDS Fmm git? 6139215558 5 O9-10 Mims Bldg. Dial 5665 Abilene High School Students Enioy Banking at Citizens, u Service Institution CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ABILENE, TEXAS ' Member of F. D. I. C. len HI! lt is a pleasure to serve both civilians and personnel of the Armed Forces. MR. AND MRS THERON GUFFEY 1174 South Second Abilene, Texas These students have found that for durability, economy, and all- round quality performance a Pontiac can't be beat. Shelton- Webb Jiflrffzfr 611. Our Expert Dietitian Prepares the Foods which are necessary for every growing Boy and Girl At Lunch-time, visit the ,4 6116146 High Kzzfefcria Portraits By Taylor Distinctive Photographs Baby Photographs a Specialty T I4 Years in Abilene EXCEL PHOTO FINISHERS 801 HICKORY STREET ABILENE, TEXAS You will be assured of a frock that is perfect for you and the right dress for the occasion when you shop at ALTMAN'S TF? STYLE SHOP T' Ihf . 'ffl Since 1894 768 Walnut Street Phone 5266 VCI' e ic e inea e roa wa I E y organization in the sch-301 is re presented in th t k rl t th B d y Srdr tlhfiNbghthBdy1ydrl atggunuf Theatre nr Certified His :seesziattszeefssazssgg Q A ix ff KH A L M PA N Y E h K, E E Pxmnofliehfsical Merchandise-Records T C pliaeftock Sheet Music and Studies J ' t Q5 543m t t Telephone 5131 ' K X . -T . Q t The Gift That Flatters 1 3 3 'T ions the Personality X 'H ' I, Is the Gift That ls I g ht .QQ Cherished - it Don'T be run down RICHARDS SHQE SHGP Q TGHTxxr'Ay IAUNDRY You Can't Go Wrong the Right-wayu 609 Oak STreeT Phone 5295 Z. W1 . leadfvrd Qrmfry Hnmpany Pioneer Who!esaIe Grocers Since 1883 Recommend STAR STATE COFFEE-Vc1cuumSc1cked It is patriotic to be thrifty. It is the con- Qmm stant aim of the F. 8. M. to render to its customers the best service. Farmers SlMerchants National Bank in N. W53.-.f. - Watches Silver Diamonds l China Jewelry C. M. P R E S L E Y Cut Glass JEWELER 209 Pine Street Abilene, Texas This 1945 Flashlight Cover is a Product of Universal Cover Company SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS STAR FURNITURE 81 A CARPET CO. J. Heavy CLARK 3 5 Years An Insuran Be Thrifty-Buy For Cash and Save Specialist 25 to 3 O Per Cent at Fire-Tornado-Casualty-Aut Our Store ' Phone 4833 Abilene' Texas 204 Alexcinder Bldq. Phone 5673 Bessie Clark P. P. Clark PHARMACY CLARK HARDWARE COMPANY Chestnut Street A Specialty Phone 4341 Filling Prescriptions Is Our Pine ot F th Furniture Decorations of Distinction M A R G 0 I S WALDROP FURNITURE COMPANY Hats Dresses Decorative Home Furnishers Abilene, Texas Phone 5141 189P 201 Walnut Phone 5 5 7 7 C. E. HICKS FOOD STORE GROCERIES-FRUITS-VEGETABLES SCHOOL SUPPLIES 109 Peach Street P11011 C 2-O159 D A. A. A. 'L 'rf J a . 'W' ., if 1, 1. 554' . ,X,, ,,i,,, ,. V . 1,. if ew- ' . . -Vv- b y s ' ' f'i '2f2fi.? l ' If' , ' L V . ' MRS. M. E. NORWOOD MR. l- H- NAIL B. A. Hardin-Simmons University A. B. Howard Payne C0116-Qe: M. A. MR. DON B. WEATHERBY Baylor University: M. A. Texas Technological College MISS MABEL REEVES B. Harclln-Simmons University MR. SHELBY SMITH B. Abilene Christian College MISS BELLE IONES B. A. McMurry College University ol Texas MISS MARION CI-IAMBLISS MRS. GEORGE MURRAY A. B. Texas Womarfs Collegef M. A. B. L. Radnor College George Peabodv College ,MQ I ,gg , V ,fl'.!X is ln Memorq of ,ff-2' .-5' rl EX , 1 ...-,, Q l S 7 OUR W Franklin Delano Roosevelt Born: Icmuory 30, 1882, Hyde Pork, New York ARTIME PRESIDENT Died: April 12, 1945, Worm Springs, Georgia We have nothing to fear, but 1'ec1ritsel1 ' .X - .,, X N., . , 4, . 'Sa fl' .x- x ,.v M -. f. 4' .., X: 1 -,v 1. 'N ,V 1 ,. 3, 'rw' ' 1 J .A - ,-- rg-L .iw 9,---. I val Lx., 'fag -, ,pw , .- 7:4 w. ,,n, .Q -. , 2 L ff -- o br . , , 4 -- Q , ,'f Jf.rl'h,Q, - 'Y Y 4 -, .1 3.1 ' 'R V ,ff-' f?:',: l'. 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FATI-IERREE MRS. EDITH C. SMITH NONA MAE SNOW BOYD ROGERS CAROLYN GRISHAM EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICERS Boyd Rogers ., . . . . President Iirnrny Tittle , . . . Vice President Nona Mae Snow , . , ,, .Secretary Marjorie Richards I Bobby Todd ...r,,. Marjorie Lewis , . . . .Senior Representative . Iunior Representative Sophomore Representative ACTIVITIES Student Hall Patrol Lost and Found Milk Fund Student Store Flower Fund I-Iiqh School Recreation War Chest Drive W V ! xwwsf-.-...., The problem ot the steam engine . . . We'iI soon know who won the Queen's Race . . . Consulting the permanent records . . . Two may read one paper . . . Batteries make interesting reading . . . From 'Shiny Nose. ,,,,.w-1----qi .. Q I . it Q if 5 ' -1' ff- 'Q' 61515555 Qnly or dime tor Senior bcmgles . . . Mrs. L. E. Dudley, Presi- dent ot Federated Clubs . . . Mr. Ettefs Willing Workers? . . . Don't tight the qorme under the stcmds' '... The Democrats Win . . . 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GUY DANIEL Vice President Secretary Reporter President MISS SARAH HARDY MR. ERNEST SUBLETT Adviser Adviser CLASS OF '45 At the BOX Supper 8 af' .vt 'if G J CLASS OF '45 HELEN AARON Pep Squad '45: House of Representatives '42g Glee Club '44-'45: Record '45y Los Leales '44: Office '44: G an G '45j National Honor Society '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: Business Administration MARY RUTH ADAMS Glee Club '43-'45p Record '43-'45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Adminstration DORMAN AKINS .Band '41-'45: Golf '43 44: Vice President Golf '44g Record '45: President Record Club '45: Lieutenant Eagle Band '45 Service: Army Air Corps ORA LEE ALEXANDER Girls Hi-Y '45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration PANSY ALEXANDER Skating '45: Surgical Dress- ing '42: Cadet Corps '42: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration HELEN BAKER WATS '42-'45: Lieutenant of WATS '45: Hiking '44: Sec- retary Hiking '44g Battery '45g Circulation Manager of Bat- tery '45: Girls l-li-Y '45: Stu- dent Council '43: Ready Writ- ers '41-'43: G an G 'f-15: Re- porter of G an G '45: Na- tional Honor Society '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration L MYRTLE LOIS BARNES Student Council '43g Band '42-'45: Record '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Music TRAVIS BARNETT Diversified Occupation '43- Service: Naval Air Corps CRAWFORD BARRIER Battery '42: junior Hi-Y '43: Model Airplane '43: junior Academy of Science '44: Life Under the Microscope '45 Service: Naval Air Corps L B. L. BATES Band '41 - '45p Secretary Band '45: Record '43-'45: Stu- dent Council '43 Service: Naval Air Corps 324852 W X t Maw S V521 Q-4.9916 X md' :CV War' - A 4 . 'iff CLASS MARY KATHERINE BATSON Glee Club '43-'44g Hiking '44g Tennis '43: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration YVONNE BEASLEY Pep Squad '43-'457 G GH G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration V FRANK BENHAM Radio '447 Cadet Corps '43-'45g Captain Cadet C3rp3 '45g National Honor Society '45g Quill and Scroll '45: Youth Center Committee '45: Vice President Youth Com- mittee '45y Flashlight '44p As- sistant Photographer Flash- light '44 Service: Army Air Corps q-1, DOUGLAS BERRY Band '4l-'45: Radio '44: Swing Band '4l-'45: CAPC '45 Service: Naval Air Corps LOCKILOU BYNUM Orchestra '41 - '44: Pep Squad '43-'45: Red Cross '437 Tennis '45: Hiking '45 College: Texas State College for Women Maior: English OF '45 KYLEEN BLACKERBY Glee Club '43-'45p A Cap- pella '45: Cadet Corps '44g Iunior Red Cross '44: Record '45g G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: English LOUISE BLAKEMORE Cadet Corps '43-'44g Cap- tain Cadet Corps '457 Hiking '44: Girls Hi-Y '45: Chaplain of Hi-Y '45: Ready Writers '45q G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Sociology GLORIA BONINE Pep Squad '41-'45p G an G '45p Library '41-'45 College: Washington State Major: Business Administration VELMA RAY BOONE Glee Club '42-'45y A Cap- pella '43-'45y Iunior Red Cross '43g Record '44y Sextet '45 College: Harris Memorial Hospital DOROTHY IEANNE BOTKIN Pep Squad '42-'45g Student Council '45g Los Leales '44p Tennis '45p Freshman Queen '42: G an G '45: Roadshow Prlncess '4l: National Thes- pian '44g National Honor So- ciety '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Maier: Speech Q22 ,J-wx. 4'-3-jf pf? CLASS OF 45 V BETTY BOUCHETTE Pep Squad '4l-'45: Glee Club '42-'45: Library '4lg Stu- dent Council '4l: Personality Girls '43-'45: National Thes- pian '4l-'42y Red Cross '43: Golf Club '42 College: University of Texas Major: Music BRYAN BOGLE Model Airplane '43: Lens and Shutter, '44-'45 Service: Army Air Corps ELEANOR BOULDIN Pep Squad '42-'45y Red Cross '44: President Red Cross '44g A Cappella '43-'44: Glee Club '41-'45: National Honor Society '44-'45: Report- er of Sophomores '43: Typing '44: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Voice HARVEY BOURLAND Iunior Academy of Science '44-'45: Battery '45 Service: Navy EDITH BOYD Hiking '44: junior Red Cross '44: G an G '45 College: Draughon's Business Major: Business Administration BILLY BRASELTON Mechanical Drawing '42: Golf '43: Cadet Corps '43: Hi-Y '45: Varsity '45g Football '45: Basketball '45 Service: Naval Air Corps BETTY BREWER Los Leales '43-'45y Secre- tary of Los Leales '45: G an G '45 College: McMurry Major: Spanish PATTY BRITAIN Glee Club '41-'42: Record '43-'44g Pep Squad '45: G an G '45 College: McMurry Major: Music REID BROOKS Diversified Occupations '42- '45 Service: Army Air Corps BARBARA BROWNING Pep Squad '4l-'43: Nation- al Thespian '42-'43g Student Council '43: Library '42: Science '41-'43: Ready Writers '45: Hall Patrol '44g G an G '45: Glee Club '45: National Honor Society '45 College: University of Texas Major: Piano -,-. - '53-'FT cal' nv-if Jfwoii' of i 4 Q: fhueiflf' O i Q? 'W 1 t lt Yfifjt,1ff,t ,. ff' 5:6 ffl' FJ.: 9' ' if in .T , fll, CLASS OF '45 PATRICIA BUCH Pep Squad '42-'45g Student Council '4lg Art '44: Red Cross '45g President Red Cross '45p G an G '45g Vice President G an G '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Design GLADYS BUCHANAN junior Red Cross '44g Hik- ing '43: Lens and Shutter '45: Los Leales '42g G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration GRACE BUCHANAN lunior Red Cross '44: Hitc- ing '43: Lens and Shutter '45g Los Leales '42p G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration ALTUS LUTHER BUFORD Iunior Academy of Science '44, A Club '45: Football '45g Track '44-'45g Flashlight '45g Sports Editor Flashlight '45g Boxing '45: National Honor Society '45 Service: Naval Air Corps BETTY lRENE BUEORD Los Leales '42-'43g Office '44: lunior Red Cross '44p G an G '45: Flashlight '45p Senior Editor ot Flashlight '45g National Honor Society '45 College: University of Texas Major: Mathematics v GAIL BURGESS Diversified Occupations '43- '45 Service: Naval Air Corps LOTTIE PEARL BURKS Glee Club '42-'44g Hiking '44p Girls Hi-Y '45p G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration MADLIN BURT National Thespian '4ly Li' brary '42: Red Cross '43-'45: Hall Patrol '44 College: Texas Christian Major: Business Administration lEAN CRAIG Glee Club '4l-'43g Hiking '43: Skating '44-'45 College: Gail Business Major: Business Administration HELENA CAREY Iunior Red Cross '44: Na- tional Thespian '43-'44g Lens and Shutter '45g Secretary Lens and Shutter '45p Oiiice '43-'45p Library '45g G an G '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Art F ws. viii ,AQ ik' 'DP 'l 'N' 1- - ., is ,.,, , egg ' 1 ::'f,7 .'l mtl g' V .. 1, 'v : L - ..,.,..q,- '1 gfwexili ' , 'x -'ll .K In err XR ms,-9 1 CLASS lOHNNIE MAE CAREY Student Council '43: Red Cross '43g Record '44p G an G '45 College: Texas Christian Major: Art NANCY CAWYER Pep Squad '41-'45: Glee Club '41-'45g Library '42: G an G '45g lunior Red Cross '44p Cadet Corps '43: Skating '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: Psychology lACK CHANEY Band '41-'45g Record '44g Golf '45 Service: Marines v HAROLD CHAPMAN Future Farmers of America '43-'44 Service: Naval Air Corps CORA LESLIE CLARK Stage Craft '44g Hall Patrol '43-'45g lunior Red Cross '45: Declamation '45: G an G '45 College: McMurry Major: Business Administration OF '45 HUGH CLARK A Club '45g Manager of Football '45: Basketball '41- '45g Track '44: Golf '44 Service: Army Air Corps DON CAPLE Football '41-'43: Future Farmers of America '42-'44 Service: Navy OPAL MAXINE CLEMENT Library '4l7 Glee Club '41- '44: A Cappella '42-'45g Sec- retary of A Cappella '45: Los Leales '44: Poetry '45: Tour- nament Play '44: Student As- sociation '43-'45: National Thespian '44-'45: G an G '45: National Honor Society '45 College: Texas University Major: Psychology GENE HOWELL Football '4l-'42: Basketball '43-'45: Student Council '43' Track '45g Golf '44-'45 Service: Naval Air Corps lANE COLLINS Glee Club '42-'43g A Cap- pella '43-'45: Reporter A Cap- pella '45: Sextet '43-'45p Rec- ord '43-'45 College: North Texas State Teachers Major: Music wr faith' -45 ,-nu. M Q a-0' .AV CLASS R. L COLLINSWORTH Football '4l: Future Farm- ers of America '41-'44: His- torian of Future Farmers of America '42 Service: Army Air Corps NONA LEE CONAWAY lunior Red Cross '44g Hik- ing '44: G an G '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: History T BETTY COOK A Cappella '43: Cadet Corps '42-'43y National Foren- sic League '45: Battery '45: Art '44: Debate 714: G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Iournalism GAYZELLE COOPER Office '45: Art '42-'45: G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: English AUBREY CONNALLY Band '41-'45: Record '43-'45: Orchestra '43-'45: National Essay tLookl Contest '44: Na- tional Honor Society '43-'45. Service: Naval Air Corps OF '45 WELDON CARTER Iunior Academy of Science '45 Service: Army Air Corps AUBREY CRIDER Football '43-'44: Future Farmers of America '41-'45 Service: Naval Air Corps NANCY CHARLES CROWLEY Student Association '4l-'43: Future Homemakers '44: Rec- ord '45: G an G '45 College: University of Texas Major: Business Administration RUTH ANN CROWSON National Thespian '43-'45g Student Association '42p Quill and Scroll '45: Battery '43-'45: Editor of Battery '45: Speech '44: National Forensic League '45: National Honor Society '44-'45: Record '44: Pep Squad '45: G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: lournalism IEAN CURB National Thespian '43-'45g Diction '44: Personality Girls '44-'45: lunior Queen '447 Pep Squad '44-'45: Photography '44 . College: Baylor University Major: Speech mfg. J - -.4 -gf' :S-'X 1 .14 CLASS OF '45 FLOY CUTBIRTH Band '41-'45g Record '43- '45: G an G '45 College: Texas Christian University Major: Chemistry GUY DANIEL Football '41-'45: Basketball '4l-'45g Track '4l-'45g Vice President Sophomore Class '43: Hi-Y '43-'45: A Club '42-'45g President Senior Class '45: National Honor Society '45 Service: Navy PATSY FAN DARDEN Tennis '42: Glee Club '41- '45g Lens and Shutter '45: Battery Staff '43-'45 College: I-Iardin-Simmons Major: English DON DAUGHERTY Rifle '43: Art '44-'45q Flash- light Artist '43g Battery Artist '44-'45p Battery '44-'45 Service: Army Air Corps RICHARD DAVIS Eagle Band '41-'45y Orches- tra '42-'45g President Orches- tra '44: House of Representa- tives '44: Iunior Academy of Science '42: Record '43-'45: Swing Band '43-'45 Service: Naval Air Corps RICHARD DILLINGHAM Iunior Hi-Y '41-'42: Vice President Iunior Hi-Y '42g Vice President of Sophomore Class '42: Football '41-'45: A Club '44-'45p Basketball '41-'I-14: Track '42-'44g Tennis '43 Service: Naval Air Corps EMORY DILTZ Model Airplane '43-'44: Rifle '44-'45 . Service: Army Air Corps CHARLES DODSON Football '40-'4lg Library '43- '45: Boxing '43-'45: Golf '44: Lens and Shutter '45p House of Representatives '43g C. A. P. C. '43-'45 Service: Naval Air Corps IAMES LEE DOSSEY Mechanical Drawing '43- '44: Iunior Academy of Science '44-'45p Vice Presi- dent Iunior Academy of Science '45: House of Repre- sentatives '43-'44g Band '42- '44: National Honor Society '45 . Service: Navy ANGIE DRES Pep Squad '42-'45: Glee Club '4l-'43: Red Cross '43- '44: Lens and Shutter '45y G an G '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Dietetics og!-N f-q-w-fy v N. 4'0- pub ,Anand- .Q- X rilh ,fa I-I 1 , '22 Grflflv ' ... -Q 'Nr CLASS OF 45 EVAN DUVAL Battery '41-'42: Iunior Hi- Y '42-'43: Los Leales '43-'44g Manager of B Football '43: lunior Academy of Science '44-'45 Service: Army Air Corps BARBARA EBBERT Glee Club '4l 43: Flash- light '43-'45: Iunior Editor of Flashlight '44: Editor '45: Quill and Scroll '45: National Honor Society '44-'45: G an G '45 College: University of Colorado Major: Business Administration BETTY EDMONDSON Red Cross '44: Hiking '45: Library '4l-'42: Hall Patrol '45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration GLADYS ANNE ELLIOTT Glee Club '42-'45: Pep Squad '42-'43g Library '42-'f-14: Art Club '44-'45 College: HardinASimmons Major: Psychology BEATRICE ELLISON lunior Red Cross '43-'44: Glee Club '44: G an G '45 College: University of Southern California Major: Business Administration ORAN ELMORE Band '41-'43: Rifle '43-'44 Service: Marines DOYLE FAULKS Future Farmers of America '42-'45: Treasurer of F. F. A. .45 C 'a Service: Navy IERRY FINEG Student Council '41-'43: Of- fice '4l: Future Farmers of America '43: Bank '45: Tennis '45 Service: Naval Air Corps IOAN CAROLYN FOSS A Cappella '43-'45: Glee Club '43-'45: National Thes- pian '43-'45: Record '44: Girls Hi-Y '45s G an G '45 College: University of Texas Major: Music if lOE FRANCIS Tennis '41-'42: Football '47- '45: Basketball '42-'45: A Club '44-'45: Track '44g Sen ior Hi-Y '44-'45: Baseball '43- 'O' -..,5A if r -'Q'-9 X -uw Q QS X -Q-fir' x 5 L K 'Q 'VN Service: Naval Air Corps T' 1 5 , 1 il 5 tix or CLASS l. V. GILBRETH Football '42-'43p Boxing '45g A Cappella '43-'45g Glee Club '43-'45: B Football '43: Rifle '45: CAPC '43 Service: Naval Air Corps PEGGYE GARDNER Cadet Corps '43: Hiking '44g Lens and Shutter '45y Nurses Aide '45g G an G '45 College: Baylor Major: Nursing L, WENDOL GARRETT Basketball '4l-'43: Tennis '4l-'43: Debate '41-'42g Diver- sified Occupations '43-'45 Service: Army Air Corps DONALD GAY Eagle Band '42-'45: Record '45g Battery Staff '44-'45 Service: Navy SUE GIBSON Glee Club '43-'45: Art '42- '44: G an G '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: Art OF '45 TOMMIE SUE GLASS Glee Club '4l - '45: Red Cross '43-'447 Girls Hi-Y '45g G an G '45p Office '44 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Adminis- tration NANCY IO GLOVER Cadet Corps '42-'45g Hiking '44g Office '44: Library '4Z: G an G '45p President of Hik- ing '45g Lieutenant Cadet Corps '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: History IAMES GRAHAM Battery '4l-'43g Los Leales '43-'44: Life Under the Micro- scope '44: Golf '44 Service: Navy LA NELL GRANT Orchestra '4l: Iunior Red Cross '44g Flashlight '45g Busi- ness Manager Flashlight '45: G an G '45p National Honor Society '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: Mathematics MARION GRANT Football '41-'45g Basketball '42-'45: Track '42-'44g Hi-Y '42- '45: President Hi-Y '45g A Club '42-'45g Co-captain Foot- ball '45: Cadet Corps '43: Pep Squad Sweetheart '45 Service: Naval Air Corps 'Ari r.-nw:- v, iv X 1 EVTA. 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'au-4551 NMWNM if aff' 4- V CLASS OF '45 IEANNIE GRAY Library '41-'4Zg Book '44: Debate '42g Hall Patrol '43- '45: G an G '45p Lens and Shutter Club '45: Glee Club '43-'44g Thirteen Mask '45 College: Southern Methodist University Major: Liberal Arts v MARILYN GREEN Gregg Writers '43-'447 Of- fice '44: Tennis '45p Hall Pa- trol '43-'45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Adminis- tration EDDIE GRIER Golf '41-'445 Secretary of Golf '43: Vice-President '44: Cadet Corps '43: Glee Club '43-'44g Secretary of Glee Club '44 Service: Navy WILLA GRIFFITH Hiking Club '44-'45p G an G '45 College: Harris Memorial Hospital Major: Nursing CAROLYN GRISHAM Student Council '42p Treas- urer of Student Council '42- '44: Glee Club '43-'45: Per- sonality Girls '43-'45: Hi-Y Sweetheart '44: Sophomore Queen '43: Pep Squad '42- '44p President of Pep Squad '45g National Thespian '45: G an G '45: Golf Club '43: Roadshow Princess '42 College: Texas Christian University Major: Music ,j, LY PATSY GRISHAM Pep Squad '42-'45g Student Council '43g Personality Girls '43-'45p Library '42p Office '43: Hall Patrol '45: G an G '45 'Q' College: Texas State College for Women Major: Business Adminis- ,,q ,, -2, v , tration ,, 7 , f A ilk- -. 'S -iii' -V ' 1-fi-ij 1. H. GRUBB : - Ar p Diversified Occupations '44- li '45 iigiggq 6 eo lt- ti: : . . :tt-A 'N-Y ' Service: Naval Air Corps '-M.. e- ' -fe- L x px DOYLE RAY GURLEY I , Band '43-'45p Office '44p Life Under the Microscope '45: Me- chanical Drawing '43-'45 f Service: Marines t D' BETTYE GUSTAFSON Pep Squad '41-'45g Glee Club '41-'43: Red Cross '43: Personality Girls '43-'44g Vic- tory Corps '43: Hall Patrol '44: G an G '45 College: Baylor University Major: Art 1? J - '17 DOROTHY LOUISE GUTHRIE lunior Red Cross '43-'44y G an G '45 College: Rose Teachers College Major: Business Adminis- tration ,Nm ,ii- 06 15 jux- if CLASS V, LOUISE GUTHRIE Girl Reserve 43 Y '45: G an Lf DALTON I-IAINES Football '40-'4l: Basketball '40-'4l: Iunior Hi-Y '4l: Goli '44 Service: Navy NILA IUNE HALE Glee Club '41-'42: Record '43-'44: Hall Patrol '44: Ten- nis '44: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Spanish ANN HALL Pep Squad '44-'45: Art '43- '44: Tennis '44-'45: Battery '44-'45: G an G '45 College: Northwestern University Major: Art IOE FRANK HALL Football '42-'43: Basketball '42 - '43: Diversified Occupa- tions '43-'45 Service: Army Air Corps OF '45 MARY IO HARRELL Spanish '45: Ready Writers '45: G an G '45 College: St. Anthony Hospital Major: Nursing MYRTLE BETH HAMMERS Pep Squad '42-'45: Student Council '4l: lunior Red Cross '44: Vice-President Iunior Red Cross '44: Personality Girls '45: Hall Patrol '45: G an G '45: President G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Secretarial Training DOROTHY LOUISE HARBER Glee Club '41-'43: Iunior Red Cross '44: Office '45: Li- brary '45: Record '45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Adminis- tration l-IOMER GENE I-IARKER Band '41-'45: Record '43-'45g Hi-Y '44-'45: Captain Eagle Band '45: Swing Band '43-'45: National Honor Society '45 Service: Navy BILL I-IARRELL Debate '41-15 Band '42-'45: National Thespian '45 Service: Navy -HUB' i-ff' NJ .. 'X Sw ' Vac, ,gaun- Q -ni '- CLASS IIM HARRISON Football '41-'45g Captain Football '45: Basketball '43- '44: Track '43-'44g A Cappella '42-'45: A Club '41-'45: Na- tional Honor Society '44-'45: Vice President of Iunior Class '44: Hi-Y '43-'44 Service: Naval Air Corps LORA PEARL HAYNES Pep Squad '44-'457 Student Association '42-'44g Glee Club '42: Office '43-'45g Library '44- '45: lunior Red Cross '44: Per- sonality Girls '44-'457 G an G '45: Treasurer G an G '45 College: Baylor University Major: Business Adminis- tration MENOMA HAYNES Cadet Corps '43-'45: Hiking '44g Ready Writers '4l-'42: Girls Hi-Y '45y G an G '45 College: Baylor University Major: Business Adminis- tration PAULA LEE HAZEL Student Association '42: Na- tional Forensic League '42- '45: Pep Squad '42-'45: Field Marshal of Pep Squad '44g Treasurer Pep Squad '45: Football Sweetheart '45: Of- fice '42-'45: Personality Girls '43-'45: G an G '45: National Honor Society '45 College: Texas Christian Major: Business Adminis- tration MILLARD HEATH Cadet Corps '4l-'43: Rifle '44: Golf '45 Service: Army Engineers OF '45 PAULINA HARRIS Orchestra '43-'45g Hall Pa- trol '45: Record '43-'45g Ready Writers '45: G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Music MARY CATHERINE HIGDON Pep Squad '42-'45p Glee Club '4l-'44: Personality Girls '44-'45g Office '4l-'45: Red Cross '42-'44: Student Council '45: G an G '45 College: Agnes Scott Major: Physical Education GAYLIA WRAY HILBURN Orchestra '41-'45g Red Cross '44: Stage Craft Club '44: Stu- dent Council '4l: Record '44- '45: G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Music BOBBY LEE HILL Football '4l-'45g Basketball '4l-'45: Track '4l-'45y Baseball '45: A Club '45 Service: Naval Air Corps GERALD HILL Football '43 Service: Navy rvliw .f fe' 'Y' ii N! rs viii Q qw-10 QW' adv -are WF CLASS MARIE HOBBS Red Cross '43-'44p Knitting '45g Hall Patrol '457 G an G '45 College: Draughon's Business Major: Business Adminis- tration BETTYE LOU HODGES Band '447 Library '44-'457 National Thespian '45p Stage Craft '44: A. H. S. of the Air '45g Vice President of A. H. S. of the Air College: Pasadena Playhouse Major: Dramatics EDITH HOLLAND Pep Squad '42-'45p Library '40-'4l: Art Club '43p Tennis '45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Art BOB HOLLOWELL Model Airplane '41-'42g Iun- ior Hi-Y '43: junior Academy of Science '4l-'45p Bank '45y Chaplain Hi-Y '45p National Honor Society '45 Service: Army Air Corps WILDA HOLMES Glee Club '40-'4l A Cap- pella '43-'45: Red Cross '44g Record '457 G an G '45: Na- tional Honor Society '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Music OF '45 HORTENCE HOOKER junior Red Cross '447 jun- ior Academy of Science '43- '44: Record '45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Science CHARLES HORN Stage Club '43g Radio '43- '44p junior Academy of Sci- ence '45 Service: Marines CHARLES HORTON Band '4ly junior Academy of Science '43-'45 Service: Navy SAM HOUSTON Eagle Band '44-'457 Rifle '44: Record '45 Service: Army Air Corps RA 'ORTEZ HOWINGTON Pep Squad '41-'44p Office '42-'45g Band Sweetheart '45q Victory Corps '43: Glee Club '41-'45g Record '45g G an G '45: Secretary Glee Club '44- '45 College: Baylor University Major: Music 411. 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'WV' 'Ji 33 an-4 Sv- .....,.,..1 M- fit .Ph .1-XJ' ,vs .9 'up' 1 -ww-'IQ' CLASS OF '45 SIDNEY HOWZE Basketball '40p Football '4lg Glee Club '4l4'43: Art '44 B Football '42y Golf '43-'44 Skating '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: English BARBARA IACKSON Service: Naval Air Corps PRED LEE HUGHES RUTI-l JAMES Junior HinY '41: Cnqplflin of Hiking '43-'44g skfninq '45: lUHiO1' Hi-Y '42: Debflie '4l: Hall Patrol '44: Library '42- Battery '41-'45g Business Man- '43: G an G '45 ager Battery '45: Senior Hi-Y College: Hendrick Memorial '44-'45g National Honor So- Hospital ciety '45g A Club '42-'44: Major: Nursing Student Manager Football '45: ,af Student Council '43p Quill and Scroll '44-'45: Lone Star Boys State '44 Service: Naval Air Corps LESTER HUMPHREY BOBBY lbl-INSON Golf '43-'45: Boxing '45 Service: Army Air Corps ica '43i Secretory F- F- A- '45 Future Farmers of Amer- ' ' 3:23 l Service: Navy WJ 3 N K: QW. PATTI HUNTER DORTHEAL Kll..GO Pep Squad '42.'457 C5199 Personality Girls '43-'45: Club '42-'43g Personality Girls PGP Squod '42-'-45: Field MGT- '44-'45 shall Pep Squad '44g Vice College: Texas University President PEP SCl1lCld '457 Major: Music Stage Craft '44: G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Business Administration U VERIENA HUTCHINS MONTE KEMMERLING . 3' 'y X Ziy i, National Thespian '41-'42: 1-OS I-SCIIGS '43-'45: Presi- ' M AA . I f Glee Club '41-'45g A Cup- dent of Los Leales '45 T- 'mi n i pella '42-'45p Sextet '43-'45: Servicer Mdrirles ' Hiking '43-'45g Tennis '45: National Honor Society '44- W'-. College: Hardin-Simmons A li X: fu Major: Music I 1 ,. Q 5 I if - s 2 CLASS OF '45 EWELL KIMBLER Football '43-'44g B Foot- ball '43-'44g Iunior Academy of Science '45 Service: Army Air Corps HERSHEL KIMBRELL Basketball '4l-'45y Football '43-'45g Baseball '44: A Club '43-'45: l-li-Y '44-'45: Track '45, Service: Navy Z ROBERT KING Rifle '43-'45: President Rifle '45 Service: Marines D BILLY FRED KISSINGER Rifle '44-'45: Future Farm- ers oi America '43-'44: Cadet Corps '43-'45 Service: Naval Air Corps ZARA BETH KNOTT Glee Club '40-'42: Library '4O: Red Cross '43y Hiking '44g Cadet Corps '42: G an G '45 . College: Texas State College for Women Major: Science ETTA IEANNE LAMB Glee Club '41-'43: Pep Squad '42-'45g Personality Girls '43-'45: President Per- sonality Girls '45: Stage Craft '43: Gs an G '45 College: Baylor Major: Psychology DOROTHY LANDERS Hiking '43-'44: G an G '45: Skating '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration PATSY LANKFORD Student Council '42: Pep Squad '42-'45p Personality Girls '43-'45: Vice President Personality '457 Battery '42- '45: G an G '44 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Iournalism DARRELL LAWLESS Glee Club '41-'42: Tennis '44-'45 Service: Navy LAYNE LAWRENCE A Cappella '45: Sextet '45: Record Club '45: G an G '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: Iournalism 164 0 if t' 2 f I i IU' 39, fa swf' -obo' Q-M' ,M ,...,,... CLASS OF '45 SHELTON LEACH Future Farmers of America '41-'45 Service: Navy IANE LEWIS Lens and Shutter '-45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: English TRUITT LIVELY Student Council '45 Service: Marines EMILIE LONG Pep Squad '42-'45g Record '457 Iunior Red Cross '43-'44: Debate '41-'42: Office '41-'45: G an G '45 College: Baylor University Major: Business Administration IACK LUTHER Cyclodrama '40-'4lg Iunior Hi-Y '40-'42: Golf '44-'45g President Golf '45 Service: Navy KATYDELL MCCARTY National Thespian '42-'45g Diction '43-'44p Radio '45p Student Association '44: Li- brary '4l-'42y G an G '45: National Honor Society '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Radio l, DON MCCLURE Band '4l-'45g Thirteen Masks '45: Stage Crew '457 Co-manager Stage Crew '45: Lens and Shutter '45g Record '43g National Honor Society '45 Service: Air Corps EVELYN MCCLURE Stage Craft '44: Record '45: Llsrary '45g G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Interior Decorating if CLINTON MCCOMBS Future Farmers of Amer- ica '42-'45: Track '43-'44: Bas- ketball '42-'45 Service: Navy VIRGINIA MCGAUGHEY Glee Club '4l-'42g Battery '42-'45p Managing Editor ot Battery '45g National 'Thes- pian '4Z: Quill and Scroll '45g Pep Squad '43-'45: Girls Band '42y Reporter oi Senior Class '45p Record '44p Personality Girls '45g National Honor Society '45 College: Texas University Major: Art gulf fauna- I 3' Wi QUE 'IT' CLASS OF '45 HAROLD MCGEHEE Future Farmers of Amer- ica '43-'45: Hi-Y '44-'45y Foot- ball '44: Basketball '44y Track '44 Service: Naval Air Corps CHARLOTTE MCLAUGHLIN Tennis '44: G an G '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: Speech MARKLEY McMAl-ION ' Model Airplane '44g Bank- ing '45: Los Leales '42-'43 Service: Naval Air Corps NELL MACKEY A Cappella '44g Glee Club '43-'44: Tennis '43g House of Representatives '42: Girls Hi- Y '44g Red Cross '4l: G an G '45 College: Draughon's Business Major: Secretarial Training GLORIA MALCOM Glee Club '41-'43: Pep Squad '42-'45: Personality Girls '44-'45: ,Stage Craft '43: National Thespian '43 College: Leland Stanford Major: Science bk, KAY MILLER Art '43-'44: Secretary Art '44: Poetry '45: Red Cross '41-'42: G an G '45 College: San jose College Major: Art NORMA MILLER Hiking '43-'44g Skating '45g G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Mathematics RUBY MILLER Pep Squad '4l-'45: Iunior Red Cross '45: Stage Craft '44g Hall Patrol '44p G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Business Administration IEAN MOSSHART Cadet Corps '42-'43p Hik- ing '44-'45: G an G '45 College: Olivet Nazarene Major: Speech HENRY MOHR Band '4l-'45g Lieutenant of Band '457 Record '43-'45: House of Representatives '41- '42 Service: Marines W'-'J ri fvitif PC4 ,..-ww 5 . , X at 5 Y ' . fl g ' ,T ' ' W Lf 5 fafvh V .. - ,. -if IM A A . I fir K ' A i was Q Q' , ,,-wi , - ,E :Q 52 . .Mkt if is , fi Na- it M 3, 1 r A3 diff' Q 4i4AAnp-A liW 'Yn 'j ,yd-v CLASS OF 45 BILLY MURPHEY lunior Hi-Y '41-'42g Goli '42: Senior Hi-Y '43-'45p Track '43-'45g Basketball '43-'45g Football '43-'45: A Club '45 Service: Marines ROSA NELSON Girl Reserve '41-'42g Hik- ing '43: Skating '45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration MARY OLIVE NEWBERRY Glee Club '42-'43: Hiking '43-'44: Skating '45: G an G '45 College: Draughon's Business Major: Secretarial Training LEON NICHOLS Diversified Occupations '43- '45: Future Farmers of Amer- ica '41-'43 Service: Navy GLORIA NORVELL Flashlight '41-'43: Pep Squad '43-'45: Record '43-'45: G an G '45 College: Texas Technological Major: Business Administration ALICE MARIE OSBORNE Tennis '43p Record '44: Bat- tery '44p National Hcnor So- ciety '44-'45: Miss Liberty oi Abilene High School '45: G an G '45: Secretary G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Business Administration CHARLES OVERTON Iunior Academy of Science '43-'44p Lens and Shutter '45 Service: Navy WILLENA OLSON Cadet Corps 712345: Lieu- tenant in Cadet Corps '45: Hiking '44: Girls I-li-Y '45: G an G '45 College: Baylor University Major: Physical Education WADE PARMELLY Band '40-'4l: Iunior Hi-Y '4U: Cyclodrama '407 Golf '42-'45: Los Leales '43g Record '40 Service: Marines SUE PATTERSON Glee Club '43-'44: G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: History 'C' p-19' -sf. ki f 'X 1'5 H,-Q- -X , Q 'RNA X 'wk C35 4u2 N. ,an CLASS 0F '45 BILLIE IOYCE PECHACEK Los Leales '40-'4l: Record '43-'44: Girls Hi-Y '45: G an G '45 College: McMurry Major: Secretarial Training MARTHA PENDER Glee Club '41-'45: A Cap pella '42-'45y National Foren- sic League '42-'45: National Thespian '41-'45: Student Council '42-'44: Library '42- '45: Office '42-'45: WATS '42- '43: Diction '4-4: Photography '45: G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Voice and Dramatics MAURINE PALMOUR Art '43-'44: Skating '45: G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Nursing DORA RUTH PHILLEY Cadet Corps '42-'45: Art '44: Lieutenant in Cadet Corps '45g Girls Hi-Y '45: President Girls Hi-Y '45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration Rl-IAMA DELL POPE Los Leales '43-'44: Knitting '45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: History FOREST PRATT House of Representatives '43: Golf '45: Rifle Club '44 Service: Navy BILLY QUATTLEBAUM Future Farmers of Amer- ica '42-'45: Parliamentarian '42: Treasurer Future Farm- ers of America '43: President F. F. A. '45 Service: Naval Air Corps NATALEE QUINN Glee Club '42-'43: Diversi- fied Occupations '43-'45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Design lOAN RAMSEY Life Under the Microscope '43-'45: Office '41-'45: House of Representatives '43: Red Cross '42 College: Abilene Christian Major: Chemistry BETTY NAN RATHMELL Glee Club '42-'43: Pep Squad '43-'45: Hiking '44: Student Council '43: Lens and Shutter '45: Library '43-'45: G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Business ' Administration ' ' , A 'fax' , , 2 EY' tv , :J 56,4 2 22' ' ,S , : Q., , r 1 ,Ap Z yi ,ia tg, ff ' f V W Q . .. f t , if nw' , 6 ,ag f W 41 7' Q iff i Z , :ggi f --W ' I 7 ' if ' A M 2 , , gi , sf , 2 1 A7 K 5 f W , f 4 K , , w'l.,av ' 4' ff' J if f . ,,. ., ,. , ,,,- 3 I V:,, . A. . i Qatar! , A , Q A M N 22-1 355- f - V- V 05517. , -,:,,w..,, .WM- ' 1 W, - -'vs W4 A Vqur .:. A .,,.,, V A 3 ' ' V' ' l W CLASS VIRGINIA RAYMOND Pep Squad '43-'45: Battery '43-'45g Ouill and Scroll '45: Record '43-'45: National Thes- pian '41-'42: G an G '45 College: University of Southern California Major: Iournalism BILLY EARL READ Eagle Band '43-'45: Record '43-'45: Victory Corps '44 Service: Air Corps MARIORIE ANNA RICHARDS Library '45: Student Coun- cil '40-'4l: Executive Council '45: Office '45: Future Home- makers '44p Record '45: G an G '45: National Honor Society '45 College: Texas University Major: Business Administration ALTA MARIE RICHARDSON Future Homemakers '44: Skaters '45: Cadet Corps '43- '44: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration DAVID RICHEY Hi-Y '44-'45: National Hon- or Society '44: Orchestra '4l: Ready Writers '43-'45 Service: Army OF '45 L SAMIE RIDGWAY Pep Squad '44-'45p Cadet Corps '42-'43: National Thes- pian '41-'43g National Foren- sic League '43-'44: Hiking Club '43: Iunior Nurses Aid '44: G an G '45 College: Baylor School of Nursing Major: Nursing BOYD ROGERS Iunior Hi-Y '40-'4l: Student Association '4O: Flashlight '44y I-Ii-Y '447 President Iunior Class '437 National Honor Society '44-'45: Governor oi Lone Star Boys State '44: President Student Association '45: Quill and Scroll '45 Service: Naval Air Corps EARL GLENN ROSE Iunior Hi-Y '42: Football '41- '45g Basketball '42-'45: Traci: '42-'45: President ot Sopho- more Class '42: A Club '43-'45y Secretary Senior Class '44: Hi-Y '43-'45: Lone Star Boys State '43: National Honor Society '45 Service: Navy MORRIS RUCKER Los Leales '43-'45 Service: Army Air Corps t E. C. SATTERWHITE Battery '41-'44: Cadet Corps '43-'45: Football '4l-'45: B Club '41-'45 Service: Army Air Force WsHf a ':r'-' Wiz?-'fi' 1 ' : ' : V n ' av g g,f1g,31, ,. .wr mr - VY . , uw v 4+-iv , 1 Tiki - ' . - 2 ' f.: -4251 1.1, ' : W Q ff x ' 1 ggcil giv f ', , 5.35. E -'1 Bir4Mr':,:.S I-1 - ' 1 . 1 'rl--. - 'SJ' 1 , R 1: -unn- ,Q X CLASS OF '45 PRED SCHULTZ Football '4l-'44: Basketball 41: Track '41-'42: Iunior Hi- Y '4l-'42: Golf '43g A Club 441 Mechanical Drawing '42- '43 Service: Navy 1 THELMA SCOTT Skating '43-'45: G an G '45 College: Sul Ross Major: Business Administration HUBERT SEALE Life Under the Microscope '44-'45: Thirteen Masks '45 Service: Army Medical Corps VlCKl SHAHEEN Pep Squad '4l-'44: Glee Club '40-'4l: Student Council '42g Office '42-'45: Record '43-'45: G an G '45g National Honor Society '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Secretarial Training HOLLIS Sl-IANKS Machine Shop '43-'45: Band '41-'42 Service: Merchant Marines IOHN SHAW lunior Hi-Y '41-'43: Thirteen Masks '42-'45: National Thes- pian '42-'45: President Na- tional Thespian '45: Stage Crew '45: Art '44: Diction '43: Back O' the Curtain '45: Stu- dent Council '4l-'44: Tourna- ment Play '44g National Hon- or Society '45: Lens and Shut- ter '45 Service: Army Specialized Training Program TOY SHEFFIELD Glee Club '4l-'42: Pep Squad '42-'45: Hall Patrol '44: Office '4l-'45: Record '44-'45: Red Cross '44: G an G '45. College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration CLARENCE SHIRLEY Diversified Occupations '41- '45 Service: Navy ALMA IEANNE SIBLEY Pep Squad '42-'45: Record 45: Los Leales '43-'44: G an G '45 College: George Pepperdine Major: English L CLARENCE SIEWERT National Thespian '43-'44: Cadet Corps '43-'44: Record '44-'45 Service: Navy task W9 .ui x 'xw 362 if af .rv -ff'-'v ii' CLASS OF '45 PEGGY SLACK Hiking '43-'45p Glee Club '44-'45g G an G '45 College: Hendrick Memorial Hospital Major: Nursing VERDA SLATER G an G '45 U. S. Cadet Nurse Corps IACQUELINE SMALL Pep Squad '43 45g Art '44g Record '45g G an G '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Art .jf , BARBARA SMITH Band '4l-'45y Drum Major- ette '43-'45g Record '43-'45g G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration BOBBY SAXON Student Council '4lg Na- tional Thespian '44-'45: Art '44g Poetry '45g National Honor Society '45 Service: Army LON TRUMAN SMITH Basketball '41-'45g Rifle '43- '44: Tennis '44-'45 Service: Army Air Corps MARILYN SMITH Girls Band '43-'45g Art '43- '44g Record '44-'45g G an G '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: Art NONA MAE sNow Girl's Band '41-'45g Band Captain '44-'45g Drum Major- ette '43-'45: Student Associa- tion '44-'45p Chairman Milk Fund '45p Orchestra '42-'44g National Honor Society '44- '45p National Thespian '4l- '45g Thirteen Masks '42-'45: Record '43-'44p A. H. S. of the Air '45: Office '44-'45: G an G '45 College: Baylor University Major: Pre-Medical Course EDGAR SPEARS Diversified Occupations '44- '45 Service: Navy BILL SIMMS Football '42-'44g Golf '45 Service: Army Air Corps K .-iq.. rj f 9r x' :X ff 4 f:'l:Lffl:1, CLASS OF '45 KATHLEEN SPARKS Hiking '43: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Sirnmons Major: Business Administration ELAINE STARNES Glee Club '4l-'42: Band '42-'45g Record '43-'45: Or- chestra '44: G an G '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: Music 1 CHARLOTTE STEELE Glee Club '4l-'42: Person- ality Girls '43-'45: Pep Squad '42-'45g Student Association '43-'44: Library '4lg Stage Craft '43g Los Leales '43y Queen of Senior Class '45: Sweetheart of F. F. A. '44-'45g G an G '45 College: Texas University Major: Business Administration O. B. STEPHENS Glee Club '4lg Basketball '4l-'45: Football '4l-'45g Iun- ior Hi-Y '42g Senior Hi-Y '45g A Club '44-'45g Track '4l- '45g Golf '44g Baseball '45 Service: Army Air Corps l ETTA IANE STEPHENSON Red Cross '43-'44: Record '44-'45: Office '43-'457 NC!- tional Honor Society '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Mathematics ROBERT STERLING Diversified Occupations '42- '45p President of Diversified Occupations '44-'45 Service: Army HATTIE STINCHCOMB Victory Corps '42-'43: Glee Club '42-'44: Stage Craft '43- '44: Record '45 College: Iohn Brown Major: Elementary Education PATRICIA ANNE STOREY WATS '42-'45g Warrant Of- ficer '45g Hiking '43-'45g Li- brary '43-'44g G an G '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: English PATRICIA STRAWN Glee Club '41-'427 Pep Squad '4l-'42: Diversified Oc- cupations '42-'45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration DOROTHY SYMES Glee Club '4l-'43g Pep Squad '42-'45p Record '45: Iunior Red Cross '44g Hall Patrol '44g Office '43-'44: G an G '455 National Honor Society '45 College: Texas Technological Major: Business Administration ,pw .M 'fv- ,.,f-WSP' 1'k.T r N X3 Y , were f 'X x Y X X NSS Q X Q , T , 'M Xe' s Q? AL' ' 2 af 174 in i if -QQ. :yum fc' A ,f4 far' we Q A ' , lg A, is' 1 A , 'W xx F Y 'W M 4 r A 'hiv' ' ,f - 55 ' gi ati? ,, V 1 f L 1 'riff , S.-v. M- H :W ,V .me- ' - , ' 21 it '- ' 5:12 -.-:'--:3'.5iTE45xv?'5lE , ,W 1-51: 4' at :',,IQf:ZZf5iif?7 Mc. so 9 . , ,:.: M., ,M ' 1, .,QQ L. We ,,,. M N F t'+ '-is 2 Ek SEQ H93 X is x4 K M - N xxx if wr? 3 aQS NN EN ,W -44? Q gf ,mrs X 'r' s ' :rg .. . A .51 5 ,Witt--.fait .- l - ' fc rt I ,' ' -1 tx 3:13 rg-sg : Q.- f' 1 gi : - K , ' V-,S ir: NNE .- 1- -,, v.,-we 1 S , -Rifli ' . 4 A A ws f ' 2 flier., ' p. : ,, -QM: , ki.. . J ggi CLASS OF '45 IOE ANN TANDY A Cappella '43-'45-p Glee Club '41-'45: Red Cross '4l: Story Telling '4-4: Girls Hi-Y '45: Secretary Girls Hi-Y '45: G an G '45 College: Texas University Maior: Music lENNlE REE TEAFF Band '41-'42: Future Home- makers '4l-'45g Oliice '44-'45: G an G '45 College: Texas . Technological Major: Horne Economics H, D. TERRY Student Council '4lg Glee Club '43-'45: A Cappella '44- '45g Football '42-'45g A Club '44-'45p Basketball '42- '45: Track '4l-'45: Vice Presi- dent Senior Class '45g Base- ball '45 Service: Navy IIMMY TITTLE National Forensic League '41-'44g Iunior Hi-Y '41-'42g Vice President Freshman Class '4lg Student Associa- tion '41-'457 Office '4lg Mana- ger of Student Store '45g Golf '45: Los Leales '44 Service: Army Air Corps BILLY THOMPSON Milk Fund '40-'4l: Glee Club '44-'45g Life Under the Microscope '45 Service: Army Air Corps lACKlE THOMPSON Football '4l: Model Air- plane '42y Golf Club '42-'45y Cadet Corps '43-'44 Service: Navy GLADYS TOWNSEND Victory Corps '42-'43g Glee Club '42-'44: Future Home- makers of America '43-'44g Record '45y G an G '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: Elementary Education WILMA RUTH THORN Art '43-'44: Skating '45: War Service Activities '42- '43g G an G '45 College: Chicago Art Institute Major: Art FRANCES TOMPKINS Office '44p lunior Academy of Science '42g Orchestra '41- '42g Glee Club '44-'45g Lens and Shutter '45g Flashlight '45p House of Representatives '42y Stage Craft '44y National Thespian '41-'44g Pep Squad '42-'44g G an G '45g National Honor Society '45: National Forensic League '42 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Pre-Medical NORMA UNDERWOOD Skating '44: G an G '45 College: Abilene Christian Major: Home Economics 'N -Qu. fini -Q' S-4? .4...unhlhi vllf 'U . X CLASS OF '45 GUS VLETAS Glee Club '4lp Basketball '41-'45g Football '41-'45g junior Hi-Y '43q Senior Hi-Y '44-'45: A Club '43-'45g Track '41- '45g Baseball '43-'45 Service: Naval Air Corps GENELL WOODRUM Glee Club '4l-'45: A Cap- pella '42-'45g National Thes- pian '4l-'45y Diction '44g Lens and Shutter '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Adminis- tration BIRDIE MARGARET WALKER A Cappella '43-'45g Sextet '43-'45p Record '43-'45g Glee Club '42 - '45g Librarian of A Cappella '45y G an G '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Home Economics lOHN WALKER Band '41-'45y Orchestra '44: Model Airplane '42: Victory Corps '43g Swing Band '42- '45p Record Club '44g Iunior Academy of Science '45g Lens and Shutter '45g Ready Writers '45 Service: Naval Air Corps ARNOLD WALKOW Flashlight '41-'42: House of Representatives '42p lunior Academy of Science '43-'44: Tennis '45 , Service: Naval Air Corps MARTHA WALLINGFORD Tennis '45: G an G '45 College: Sweetbriar Major: Chemistry FLEUR WALTON National Honor Society '44- '45p Office '4l-'45g Student As- sociation '45: Glee Club '44- '45p Stage Craft '43-'44g Dec- lamation '41-'44g National Thespian '43-'457 A. H. S. of the Air '45: Thirteen Masks '44-'45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: History l. B. WALTON Model Airplane '43p Lens and Shutter '45 Service: Navy V LEROY WHITE A Cappella '4l-'45g Glee Club '41-'45y Football '41-'43g Track '41-'42g National Thes- pian '41-'43: Iunior Academy of Science '41-'45g Quartet '45 Service: Marine Air Corps DIANE WILCOX National Thespian '44g A. H. S. of the Air '45: G an G '45 College: Pennsylvania University Major: Advertising 'ir B?-,.. it 3 'R f-A nt' -af wt' ly xi Win! f f if fav-P' HIV :,-,E Ki CLASS OF '45 If CLIFTON WILLIAMS Los Leales '43-'44g Future Farmers oi America '44-'45g Hi-Y '44-'45 Service: Marines EMORY WILLIAMS Stamp Club '4ly Diversified Occupations '43-'44 Service: Naval Air Corps RENA LEE WILLIAMS Los Leales '43-'44: Flash- light '45: Student Council '45g National T h e s p i a n '43p G an G '45 National Honor Society '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: English FAYTEEN WILSON Glee Club '44-'45: WATS '43-'44: Hiking '43p Skating '45: G an G '45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration OLLIE DEE WINDHAM Diversified Occupations '42- '45: G an G '45 College: Bob jones Major: Law CAROLYN WOOTEN Pep Squad '43-'45p Stage Craft '44g Record '45g Glee Club '43-'45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Library Science NADINE YOUNG Cadet Corps '42-'45: Cap- tain of Cadet Corps '45: Pep Squad '43-'45g Hiking '43-'45g President Hiking '45: Hall Pa- trol '44: G an G '45 College: Texas State College for Women Major: Business Administration GEORGIA MAE HARRIS Pep Squad '42-'45: Chair- man of Checkers in Pep Squad '45: Student Council '43-'44g Reporter oi Iunior Class '44: Miss Liberty '44: Office '44: Glee Club '4l-'43: National Thespian '4l: Per- sonality Girls '44-'45: Red Cross '44y G an G '45: Na- tional Honor Society '45 College: Baylor Hospital Major: Nursing WANDA MUSTON Glee Club '4l: Record '44- '45: Pep Squad '44-'45p G an G '45 College: George Pepperdine Major: Business Administration JAMES MNEECE Senior Hi-Y '44-'45: Foot- ball '42: Manager of Football '44g Basketball '42-'45y Basket- ball Manager '43: Library '42- '44 Service: Army Air Corps S. 1 -.ff E.. til 4-:uf -if .Q W-'N CLASS OF '45 BURNICE PERRY Glee Club 437 G an G 45 College: Hardin-Simmons Major: Business Administration 'Tib- 'Q - To TOMMY THOMPSON '58 M5 N Future Farmers of America QQ? '43-'45p Reporter of F. P, A. QQXQK X '447 Sentinel of F. F. A. '45g ' ---- 5 B Football '43-'45 Service: Novell Air Corps He bought the Queen's box I-'un and Food for Q11 J QW 5,-ann Q' 'e ,X Q5 I . If NELDA WILSON WENDELL WILLIS TOMMY WHEELER EUNICE LEVRETS Valedictorian ' BEATRICE HUDMAN NEAL BRADSHAW ANNA RUTH BYRAM Salutcztorian CHARLENE BURGESS IOHN EASTER EARL THOMPSON IOYCE OWEN Other Members: Allen Young, Grace Holden, Douglas Carter, Grace Harden PROGRAM Theme: Our War-time Presidents The Father oi His Country . , , I .,,.,... I .Beatrice Hudman The Savior ot His Country . . Douglas Carter The Preserver of His Country . 1 ,..i Nelda Wilson funirffs BARBARA EBBERT Editor 'A' if 'k La NELL GRANT Business Manager dl' 'lr il' BETTY IRENE BUEORD Senior Editor Altus Buford, Sports Editor, Rena Lee Williams, Faculty Editorg Club Editors: Frances Tomkins, Peggy Page, Coy Nell Gandy, lunior Editorp Ted Pitzer, Photographer, Boloby Mayfield, Assist- ant Business Managerg George Poster, Layout Editor, Assistant lunior Editors: Edith Boehlert, loan Williams, Phyllis Clemmerg Sophomore Editors: Tack Yates, Billie Pliler. x MlSS TGMMIE CLACK MR. FRANK ETTER E ditoriai Adviser Business Adviser , IUNICDR CLASS OFFICERS DICKIE ELAM BILLY FRAZIER President Reporter GENE HUNTER JIMMY IENNINGS MISS MARIE WINSTON MR. FRED MCKINZIE Secretory Vice President Adviser Adviser CLASS OF '46 The juniors at tive U S O CLASS OF '46 Lf Lf CHARLES ALEXANDER ROBERT ALVIS 'I' Happiness seems made Wisdom of the wise to be shared ELSIE ALEXANDER The cause of goodness in others Z A V EFFIE ANDERSON IOE ANTILLEY 'Better be happy than ln all labor there is Wise , profit BOB ANTILLEY Honor lies in honest toil L HAROLD ARMSTRONG HUBERT AUSTIN Habit is a second A valiant man nature RAMONA ASHBY lt is good to have friends S N ,w '1? I ,M gym 4 441' .-me-x . ,-fp ,aw- ,,-F!! 'kafguf' sf us e I-il V 1 ss sw 5 61 .. A, .J z:iQ:o.f:zQ51 og - 2 f 4 ,59 J iv 'ST 'WV It fy Q-um in! , .asa ,Q-vip' N. I Nr L 'mti 1, JOYCE AYER MOZELLE BAGBY One universal smile Honor is purchased by V 4, the deeds we do 1, MAEWYN BAILEY Festive as the flowers WELDON BAILIFF MARCENE BALLARD Art is the path of the The beautiful is as useful creator as the useful HELEN SUE BAKER C'leverness is an asset MORRIS BARNES HENRY BASS A noble instinct that 'Tis the musicians aspires we know IOI-INNIE BARRON Cares are not her iriends fn' if 4 11, , g Leak W , :I . 3 ni- ' 1,25 -If -P- .?' IAYNE ROSE BISHOP HAROLD BOEI-INING 'Energetic and iun- Patriots are grown to loving be sincere EDITH BOEHLERT Studies serve tor delight ELAINE BOLANDER BOB BRANCH Merit is worthier than The voice oi a summer tame breeze DAVID BOWERS He makes a path betore him always bright PAUL BRANNON MARY BRIGHT Own merit makes his Amazing brightness Wcyf, Y CI-IARLENE BRANTON Her lite is an ecstasy ,. E CLASS OF '46 BETTY BATES LOU IEAN BENNETT The sweetest flower ot Through lite with a the vale 'I smile HERBERT BEASLEY All honor to him who shall win the prize ROBERT BENNETT BILL BIGGERSTAFF Simple truth is his Bears a charmed lite utmost skill BARBARA BENTLEY She is so circumspect and right BOBBIE BILDERBACK BILLIE MAUD BISHOP Music in every tone Reasonable and dependable IUNE BIRD Lives a lite worth living f'W9 ,X -if oA sam 43 'T' I I CLASS OF '46 NADINE BRIMBERRY MARIE BROOKS Leader ol leaders Diligent to learn IOE BRITAIN A part of all that he meets RUTH BROOKS EUGENE BULLOCK Calm and serene A keen sense oi humor ROSEMARY BROWN A star in twilight FAYE BYRAM WAYNE CAMPBELL A smile that glows Charity is a virtue ot his head DON CAMPBELL Refined, gallant, sociable -nf' 'v X. + 'HP' S? Q ,Q WV , d :, 1-We-v 5 u A-'win I. R. CANON KATI-IRYN CARVER Man is his own star Made to give our eyes delight BETTY CARAWAY Happiness is her reward REVA CATI-IAY WINONA CHRISTIAN Carries much in her Soft peace she brings name NELLIE GAYE CI-IOATE Her smile is as the litten West RAYMOND CLARK PI-IYLLIS CLEMMER Many charming A marvellous, good qualities 'V litten west DERWIN CLARY A cheerful companion xl , VIGNON DAULTON Softly speak ana' sweetly smile DONALD DAVIS I hear a sky-born music still f ,gg -al CLASS OF '46 MARY CLINTON R. B. COMER A well-read Woman is He too will make praise enough something IUNE COATS Born with the gift ol laughter EUGENE CONNALLY LILLIE BETH COUGI-IRAN His armor is honest Fairness ana' softness thought 1 go far RUENELLE COOPER The tairest queen that over king received E X -,H , . BETTY CRUTCHFIELD NORMAN DAULTON ' X f i Music like silken lace Gods look with favor on . 'I superior courage 'WF V -wif T 9 ' -4--W TI-IURMAN CURRY W I ,, Always at your sk . -. ',' command ,X Wit is t,t S x si 5 Q.. , N X gg 'Qlx Q xx . ' 'A BOB DAVIS :I ' ing... An aiiable, courteous E W' gentleman - 'way is l HELEN DAVIS IUANITA DAY ' Quiet and confident A lady ot my delight 1 3, MAGGIE DAVIS L . , Q With her tair hair 2 she excels ' M I , ,,... 5 Q A - WANDA DEAN MILDRED DELANO The sweetest garland to 'Redeqold cataract of the sweetest maid streaming hair ZADA LEE DeBUSK Beauty is cz natural superiority -f rw' X fx ff .,.-' l , '53 'G' V Ns X X ff, X V I. . N f 1 I ,, ' -. s CLASS OF '46 IOAN DINGLE PATSY EDINS A voice in the winds A thousand dreamy melodies ALEX EASTUS Strongest and best FRANK EDMONDSON IUANITA ELLIS Perfect courage Grace is more beautiful than beauty DICIiIE ELAM One who holds a post oi honor BETTYE LOU ETHRIDGE MARY BETH FERGUSON 'A gorgeous flower in the Always speaks fair sunlight streaming words l GORDON FAULKS High-erected thoughts 'U-sir ,elf JP ,4 s-.-ff' ' -M' 'ff fb? ARLENE FINEG IEWELL FORTSON Rare and radiant Innocence itself maiden GENE FLEMING A gentleman may make a king L 1' , , GEORGE FOSTER MARGARET FRALEY Great is the hero who The source ot motion wins a name MARIE FOWLER ln patience there is satety DOROTHY FRANCIS BILLY IACK FREEMAN Exceedingly fair He gained a world BILLY FRAZIER He serveth not another's wi1l -4'1 ADA GUIN WANDA HALE Like a jewel Kindness is wisdom BILLENE GUITAR Has done her duty well L, ARTHUR HALL RUTH HAMILTON A regular fellow Always a lady IOEL HALL A lofty hope he has GLORIA HAMPTON GEORGANNA HANKS Self-reverence, self 'Tis something to be knowledge, self- willing to commend con trol LULA MAE HAMPTON A friend is worth all fhe hazards we run we cLAss OF '46 MARGARET FRY IOHN FRANK FULLER Lucent A liberty to that only which is good, just, and honest NEIL FRY Unbounded courage LUCILLE GALLE DAVID GARRETT The sincere alone can A man of contentment' recognize sincerity COY NELL GANDY with entire frankness BERNICE GILLIS GLENN GREEN A dancing Sunbeam By the work one knows the Workman IOHNNIE FAYE GREEN A clear conscience is a sure candle CLASS OF '46 IOE HARBER LUTHER HARRIS Not perfect, but Hlustice, with melting constant heart of truth CAROLYN HARRIS A fairy shape of flame GENA HASSEY MOZELLE HEFLIN Sweet as dew A maiden fair to see LESLIE HAVINS A friend is known in necessity IACK HENDERSON LOUISE HENSON God sent his singers Bright-eyed and upon earth friendly DUANE HENDLEY Every inch a man gwl, Qt Golden hair lilce sunlight 7 'Q' I f of 'TSS ER V ..L. x -ff j-jj! , '- I ' ' x iii fav! we S4-ANR f M r uff BILLIE HIATT lOl-INNY HOLLOMAN Still afloat streaming CARLTON HODGES lay and happiness are chief characteristics MARYANA HOLLY LETHA HOOPER The very flower of The laugh that wins youth V ALMA HONEA Splendid as a star x L, HOMER HOPKINS HERBERT HOUSTON He has a striking So earnest disposition lERRY HOPPE As sure as truth ':-. if 'Q A f-9 fff 53 . dts.f if 1'.i . V .,,.,wf w 1 .A 'L ,L .-I CELESTA IOHNSON HAROLD IONES Kindness is the word PoIentialities unlimited DOROTHY IOHNSON A voice as sweet as the morning breeze ' KENNETH IONES HELEN IOYCE KEITH 'A captivating, boyish As fair a lass as grin ever was VINA FAYE IONES Service with a smile DORIS KENT DOROTHY KINCAID Untiring eiiort Never idle a moment HMMEY KIMMEY A gentleman born fn. ff? CLASS OF '46 BETTY HOWE DOUGLAS HUDDLESTON A generous heart, lovely Our wise young man as spring BOBBY HOWERTON Proud and strong IOAN HUGHES IEAN IACKSON Strives to touch the Reading is not a duty stars but a pleasure GENE HUNTER Becoming more clever every day HENRY IAMES IIMMY IENNINGS A youth oi wisdom One well-worlh knowing MILLARD TENKENS Twinlc1ing eyes - C'.b-x N S CLASS OF '46 COLLEEN KING MARGARET ANN LAMB Lets the world slide Fair llower that dost so comely grow WILLIAM KING ln harmony with all WANDA LAWLESS LUNELLE LEWIS Phantom oi delight A winning grace MERLYNE LEVERETT Benelicent of mind MARY ALICE LITTLE IRA LORD A winsome Wee thing Kindness is wisdom ILA FAYE LORD She holds her thoughts in sight 40 ::A vqg,1 . 1 H .. 1 fv'- UI is 'W 1 F ar ru. 'W IQ! ,A ,saw 1'7 -af' ,,..dv HL I k . ,- A wiv- f KATHERINE LOVING LENA IO LOWRIE Makes halcyon days Words as low as a lute-throated dove IAMES LOWRIE Surpassing in strength DON MCALISTER GRACE MCCULLOCI-I A man ot' mark Fresh and flourishing as the fragrant llowersu RUSSELL MCCLURE Unsellishness in place and plan W. A. MCDONALD IEAN MCKINZIE Silence seldom hurts I love ull beauteous EVERETT MCGEI-IEE A man's a man lor cr' that things XS My 5 'fwif WWW SS fo 2 jgj E FLpfHLlGHTi L W 5 SX 3 I94 . -as W, 4452 nm JUN CLASS OF '46 PAT MCMAHON HAROLD MCMURRY Softly speak and Made to be a king sweetly smile PATSY MCMINN Laugh and be well DON MAGEE IMOGENE MANSELL Oh, the difference of Our heart's desire man and man is you HOLT MAGEE 3' Integrity beyond comparison HELEN MARONEY VONDA MASTERS AU ot her is womanlyu No snapper-up of un Con sidered t1'if1es INEZ MASSEY AppIaud her to the very echo Wx 'VS BOBBY MAYFIELD IIMMIE ETTA MAYFIELD ,.-nn, fw- Duty drops the web Gaining wisdom with X ot care each studtous year M, . EVELYN MAYFIELD M Beautiful and noble OTHELL MERRELL BOBBY MILLER Ttnts the human To be a great artist is countenance a great thing HUBERT MIDDLEBROOKS Honor, whose foster child is Truth TUNE MILLER HAY TUANITA MILLS 'A surpassing beauty in Seeing only what the bloom ot her youth is fair :VN IOYCE MILLIORN One fair daughter Q.--we fic FLORA MERLE MORGAN MILADENE MUSICK Fails in nothing Has a voice of gladnessw ,,,,,q,- IOY MUNDEN A blessed candle oi the night NELL NICKELS MARTHA NOLLNER Ready and willing to Makes life worth Living try her fortune than all EUGENE NORMAN MARY LOUISE NUNN Always on good A lovely lady qarmented behavior in light PERRY NUCKOLS Q '-vf' , As pure as flame I Kindness is greater CLASS OF '46 SARAH NOLAND A p-GQ' fu? .fd- aa eq. , -f' af ' Aman-P' ,Bk 'P' SAM NUNNALLY LAVOY OWENS Honest, faithful, and Simple beauty and rusfi upright health DAN OVERMAN Your wisdom is con- sumed in confidence PEGGY IEANNE PAGE SIDNEY PARKS Honest labor bears a l-le will perform each lovely face word CONNIE PARKER Half lost in waking dreams PAT ,PERKINS lOl-IN PITTS Cleverness is serviceable Noble and worfhier of for everything of good deeds GLORIA PETTY A celestial smile l I ' I . 9' is if fi' 4-MUN' , 3,1 .,, 0' If 1 -- k , V: f if 42 f - ' X if K9 s X X Qs 2? Al ffm, 5 Wir. has '51, V, I V X 4? av gf 1 . I Y , K , ' l I' ,X I Ilwlgm lk sm , ,.,... f 5 BILLIE IO RI-IOADES IO ANN ROBERTS Thy spirit is like a slar Pure as ihe heavens BARBARA RIDDLE To see her is io love her MARIAN ROBERTSON SUDIE ROLLINS Has much of good lhingsn Wisely careless, inno- cenlly gay ELAINE ROGERS Says Iittle, does much PATTY ROSS MARY RYAN Never meefs a stranger Cultured and refined DOROTHY RUSSELL 'Cordial and winning Ag -1-jf 'C' ...lm-, 2 ,v 1 2 . Q? .4 X 'WA E CLASS OF '46 1 TED PITZER POLLY PRESTON Confidence is the first Spreads melody arounc secret of success IUNE PRESTON Good as she is fair MAX RANDOLPH EMMA IEAN READ Anybody may see he is Gentle merciful just an actor CHARLES RATHMELL Each man to his own labor ELROY REEVES BOB REILY A brave and self-reliant His conscience is hi soul strong retreat DORIS REID A cheerful temper joined with innocence vox . r.,s:, ' In I is ,Mgr shud 'Q' I 4 ' 'JF' A Rectltude and pcmence G tl I h -.af K-W Master of his fate W, .-- ,L . ae Q' I Q., N A Ns gfw' GEORGE WATTS BILL WELDON Hlustice conquers Slow to smite and swift , evermoreu to spare 4' I X THOMAS WATTS I ji.. A wise tolerance DICKY WHITE GERALDINE WHITE Nothing endures but A heart of gold personal qualities I FRANKLIN WHITE Wit and wisdom of a Icing CHARLES WILCOX ALTON WILLIAMS Shining with justice Magnificent example ol and truth human happness CLARA WILHITE The better part of valor is discretion ' CLASS OF '46 IDA BETH TINER MARY IANE All the charms of the TREADAWAY Muses Well-bred people are quiet people BOBBY TODD Strong, self-concentrated, spurning guide HARLEY VAN CLEAVE REBECCA WALKER As good luck would With a grace vivid ana have him Q T9-ill M. D, voN ROEDER ' j X With radiant hope I .ls L , DOSEY WALTON GEORGE WATKINS Miraculous under the Gaiety without eclipse stars DOROTHY WALTRIP Tactiul, refined and gentle 1'- Y ,. ,fs uv- 1 4' fi' CLASS OF '46 1 ,-. ,...,..4-M' 'N AUS BILL WILLIAMS BOBBY JOE WILLIAMS He goes his way with a A good man and true merry heart 5 BILLY err ' MQ IOAN WILLIAMS RUTH WILLIAMS Those deep brown eyes Be the sunlight ot my people MARGIE WILLIAMS The fairest flower that ever saw the light I 45 'fum E V , ,.. xg.. I WINSTON WILLIAMSON THOMAS WILLIS A youth ol sound sense Music bright as the soul ot light MARGARET WILLIS Studious ot ease and fond ol humble things ... ti Y As - 'stfsicgygjfsfgxggk I Z ,542 '1 IOLENE WILLIAMS EUGENE WILSON Generous, courteous, and Heart and hand rnove Pure together BERTIE LOU WILSON Sunshine's divine caress LOVENIA WILSON JACK WOODS Tolerant, gay, and Flaming youth amiable MONA RAE WINKLES A lily, sott and sweet LAURA WOODS LORRAINE YARBROUGI-I With the beauty ot Gleam ot a star and moonlight depths of blue IEAN WROTEN Makes assurance double sure ai CLASS OF '46 LILLIAN ALLEN EUGENE BULLOCH Ever lair and ever High on the hills of young dream IARE' BARKLEY None but the brave CLEO CLARY IOHN HARRIS Admirably schooled in 'His kind eyes are gay every grace cmd glowing MARTHA ANN EASON Has loveliness in store OLETA I-IAYDEN KENNETH IOHNSON A ileclc ol sunlight His words are cz treasure PATSY HAYDEN Sublime and radiant X j BETTY LOGAN MARLIN NEILL Speaks so sweetly Good manners, good behavior ROBERT MOATES Flushed with an honest lays f grace ki qggkm ROBERT OWEN ln loltiness ol thought THE IUNIORS WIN! surpassed Y WINFORD REED Glowing cheeks and wif ardent eyes 'dsx L . BILLY GLENN MooRE Q Born October 28, 1927, at Abilene, Texas V' X , 5 I Drowned at Fort Phantom Hill Lake on lune 17, 1944 'fbyf YY, T N ' A' f N I trust he lives in Thee, and there Ll- ., - K, ,,,.. L, 1, as w 'Sze , le' - ' ti- j ' I lind him worthier to be loved. Szfphrfmvrcs SCPHCMORE CLASS OFFICERS TACK YATES WAYNE HAYNES ELOISE ESCUE WILMAN BARNES Vice President President Secretory Reporter MRS. GRAY WOOTEN MR. DON B. WEATHERBY Adviser Adviser CLASS OF '47 S C Sophomore Iamboree CLASS OF '47 1'- EDDIE ADAMS ELINOR ALDRIDGE Cotton Elmer I FRED ADAMS NATALIE ANDERSON Buddy Worm ELIZABETH ANDREWS IANICE ATKINSON Lizzie Ienny LEONARD ARRICK CLARA I EAN AVERY Dick CIarQbe11e L 62? 1 BILL BAG Y DONALD BAKER Windy 1 Don Q JAMES BAILEY MAXINE BALLARD Ijmmy Mccky WILMAN BARNES IACK BEDFORD Butch Faison N, GOLDA BARRINGTON BARBARA IEANNE Gui1ders1rap BELEW Bobs BETTY BENNETT DOLORES BEST ShufIIes Dub STUART BENSON NAOMA BEST Termite Tools MARTHA NELL WYNONA BLAKEMORE BLACKBURN Nona M0PpY K GENE BLAKLEY MARGARET BLACKWELL Gabby Shorty L, 4 LAWANDA BOLLINGER IOI-IN BONTKE Wanda Sweets BETTY BONNER BOBBY BOURLAND Bonner Whim15y EARL BOURLAND BOBBIE BOYD Squirrel Red , CHARLENE BOWEN EAN BOY H H I D Charley Pee-Wee Club Editors: Erances Tomkins, Peqay Paqeg Coy Nell Gandy, lunior Editor, Ted Pitzer, Photoaraloherp Bobby Mayfield, Assist- ant Business Manager, George Poster, Layout Editor, Assistant lunior Editors: Edith Boehlert, loan Williams, Phyllis Clemrnerg Sophomore Editors: lack Yates, Billie Pliler. MlSS TOMMlE CLACK MB. FRANK ETTEB Editorial Adviser Business Adviser 'Q' :Qi -ms of ,fgvik -ff' ...aw ' if 'uf-I 4-Q., W5 43 CLASS OF '47 DOROTHY BRADFORD BILL BRAZZIL Dottie Slow BOBBIE BRANNON LON BROOKS Bah Elsie B. ' X ' f I if I , IEAN BROWN BILLY 'BROYLES - Chubby , Slim ,VJ Y PATSY BROWN IOE BRUTON Pat Cave-man IOHNNIE BULLOCK MURLINE BURKS Burrhead Burr DOROTHY BURKS MARY LOU BUSH Terry ' Burrow BOBBY BYNUM FREDDA CARPENTER Beamer Carpie 1 IACKEY CAPERTON BOBBY CARTER Termite Cart I IERRY CARTER ANN CAWTHON limi Annie MAX CARTER ALICE CHANDLER Curly Alicia BILL CHANEY LAWRENCE CHANEY Little Chaney Pop . DORIS CHANEY MARY FRANCES Blondie CHAPPLE Pork Chops RUTH CHASE BONNY CHURCH Ruthie Churchill BILLY RAY CHELF BETTY ANN CLARK Shelf Boots IOY CLARK ,TUNE CLARK Peggy Iune Bug IUNE CLARK PAT CLARK Dimples Patty Cake A CLASS OF 47 gin, 'ryrx BETTYE 'CLAXTON DORIS CLEIVIMER Betts I Dons LESSIE CLEMENTS BEVERLY CLINE Humpey Bev BETTY IOYCE COLE IAMES COOK Belly 1m BETTY CONNER MELBA COOK Ted O'Conner Cool-:le MYRA COOKE ARDEN CORBITT Builetlly Oregon IANICE COOPER Cheerful DOROTHY CRABTREE Dolly SARAH CRAIG C'olcey IANELL CROWSON Nell IANET CURTIS Hlanu L, MARY CURRY Chick MONTIEL DALTON NANCY DANIEL Monty Daniel PAT DANIEL IOSEPH DAVIS Pat Dcxvze ARVEL DAUGI-ITREY LAVAUGI-IN DAVIS General Stinky Pud PATTYLDAVIS I I R De-GUIRE Pai jake THERESA DAVIS RICHARD DEAN Terry Mlckey CLASS OF '47 BILLY DILLONQ I. T. DIXON '- Bi1I Skeeter EVA MAE DIXON RITA FAYE DIXON ' Mazie Whiz BORDEN DUFFELL VICTOR DUVALL V Elmer, the Bull Shorty 5:5 WANDA IEAN DUMIS CHARLES EAGER L Tiny Peck IUNE EANES LONNIE EDWARDS L' fur1ebug Dood1ebug ELIZABE H ECI-IOLSV KATHERINE ELLIOTT 1s Kitty M ELLIS3 ELOISE ESCUE M i Weser HARON ELO D CHRISTINE FARR Elo Chris GUY FARMER JOY FERGUSON Little Farmer ' Happy CHARLES FEDERBUSH SHIRLEY FIELDS - Rum Shag HAZEL FINLEY FLORA FISHER Haze Carrot Top ROY FISI-IL IOANNE FORD I Fishy Jody CLATON FORGASON DAVID FRY Rc1stus Crisco BILL FOSTER M EARLENE FRY Bill Little Fearless GENE FRYAR A DAVID FUDGEX Freur Chocolate DICK FRYDENBERG PAUL FULKS Cotton Head FuIks CLASS OF '47 BARBARA FULWILER MARIORIE GAFFORD L Bob Dimp1es GWENDOLYN FURNEYQ COYTE GALLOWAY f Gwen Coyote ' ,An Q' 3 IACKIE GARRISON L VIRGINIA GARY A4 -.1 lock Ginger INEZ GARY EVERETT GENTRY K Gary Spunky 55, FREDDIE GERLACI-I GWENDOLYN GLENN GurIie Gwen PATSY RUTH GIST RUTH GOATES ' 5 Pat Baby Ruth WARREN GOLDSMITH SIDNEY GOODLOE Gut1ie Sonny IEAN GOOCH Gooch L K, CAROL GRANTHAM Little Girl IOHN GEAVENS Gravis LARRY GREENBURG Greenie IEANETTLE GRIFFIN ERWIN GUNN Hleonnie Boy Pis20I PATSY GURLEY KIERRY I-IAILEY 4' G urkey H aywire 3? ALBERT HAILE JEAN HALE 55' Pe-ie Bud ' ,:... , .E X , , X 9 BOBBY HAMILTON DON I-IAMRIC Hom Blackie - CHRISTINE HAMMERS TED HARDIN g,.,,...g ButIon Nose Teddy ms , A 43 YQ' X CN 1 'fy ad' -ws' -...A-4' f A-of g 'Wig ?..'1V-fix :a ges X . . '-:, ,.sM??3f: - :l?:z'eZ:QZ-? E5Zw. I I ,129 ' . y ' ' ...,, , 'my 5 2' f QE ,,- CLASS OF 47 NANCY HARKEY LQVERNE HARRIS H arlceyu Lczve HAYDEN HARRELL BETTY HARRISON Hay e DON HARRISONL IOHN RAY HARRISON Cotton Iockey HOLLY HARRISON' LEE HART I f:Hc1rrison Flea Lee '- -I, I A B. .:. 7 DORIS LEE HARVEY BOB HAYNIE Dolcey Bclche X WAYNE HAYNES ' CURTIS HAYS Ch'k P40 I 1C en A V JV' l ,T JOY HEATON L' BETTY HENRY Stupid Bets LILLIAN HENNING C A HENSON Lil Caesar IULIAN HERRINGL EDNA EARL HICKS Iubenile- Edd1e PEGGY HEYSERL ANNALENE HILL Daffy D. HILL Hill I. D. HINTON, Fats BETTY HOCKER Betty DOROTHY HOLLADAY' HOWARD HOOD Sunshine Dotty HOOdY BERTA EANNE HOPKINS ' IOHN HOWZE 'Benn Red MARGIE ANN HORN 1 PAUL HUDMAN I Hom POP CLASS OF '47 IOAN HUGHES HARMON HURST Ian Horse Collar IOAN HUNT L FRANCES HYNDS Sugar Shorty DOROTHY IMKEN i I. W. IVINS Dottie Sonny De WITT ISOM V WALTER JARRETT Hank Walt QMA5 tjlzol' pied Nov-JI.1?Lt5'H , D 9 BERNIE IENNINGS HERSHEL IETHNU Pt- 3'7f A 7' Berlin litter IU' I DON IENNINGS : ANN 1oHNsoN1l U71 Soupy johnson ' book! f,1N41NJ FIV 5 IRA IOHNSON ESTES IONES Lf Sonny Buddy BERNIECE IONES ' IETTIE MAE IONES Bernie ' let AUBREY IORDAN BOBBY KEY L Screwball Squirt - IOAN KENDRICK ' 1 BILLIE IEAN KILLAM L ky Shorty ' Ieanie T23 LLOYD KING ' RAMONA KROTH Little King Mona BETTY KOONSMAN WANDA MILDRED KING Kitty Millie BETTIE KYLE i DON LARISON ' Betsy Ducky IMOGENE LACY DON LAMBERT Blondie Lamb GENE LANDRUM TONY LANKFORD - Little Gene Squirrel BOBBIE IOYCE LANFORD L RUTHETTE LASSITER L' Bobbie Ruthie CLASS OF '47 IIMMIE LAWLER 1 HAROLD LEE '- Bunq Haul MICKEY LAWRENCE f BILLY IOE LEGGETT Slim Josephine CLIFF LESTER ' MERLENE LEWIS ' gZ1lVf6tTC l, Shorty MARIORIE RUTH LEWIS DORIS LINDLEY Lewis Bill BETTY LITTLE JAMES LOVE l Little Betty Nookie FLOSSIE LONDON IOHN LOVE Tootsie Floss Lovey EMILY LOWRIE NELDA MCCLURE . Emma Lee Nellie Mac IOE AN TNEY , FRANK MCCOMBS Annie Frcmlcie BILLIE IEAN MCCOY BEATRICE MCDONALD V' Chile Bea ELBERT MCCRANIE ROBERT McELRATH Bert Mac IANELL MCFADDEN IOI-IN MCFALL lenny Biq Mac ANN MCFALL GLENN MCGEI-IEE Honey Bo-Bo IACK MCGLOTI-ILIN WYNETTA MCLAUGI-ILIN Sleepy Winnie EMILY MCGREGORI HAZEL MCMINN LittleRIohn Louie X BETTY IO McNUTT WANDA MANNING A Peanut Man-0 CHARLES MAIOR ' OPAL MAPLES . Chuck I Pal I I '- CLASS OF 47 I rf KELLY MARTIN RUTH ANN MATHEWS Diapers Ruthie P - 5. NELDA MARTIN GLORIA MATHIS 'J A I ' E Doc Glo ef jii A BILLIE IACK MERCER L LEROY MIDDLETON 1' -f ' Q fi VIZ laclcie Manager -v 5 ' 'gg I , ROSELLYN MERRICK DAVID MILLER Z 'TI - Rosie Poncho K ' I ' V zx, . V. ..',, I DORIS MILLER L GLENN MITCHELL 3' ' Q ,J ' . Dosey Spike N' - V ' RONALD MILLER I IAMES MITCHELL I n - Ronnie Nero I .,,, IAMES MILSTEAD DON MONK L Bubble Bud W, M CHARLES MOI-IR L IIMMY MORRISON L I-13, Charlie Hercules . LETA MAE MORTON DOROTHY MULLINS 5 Morto Dottie M WALDO MOUTRAY .' DONNEA LEA NELSON L Tubsy Babe I IACK NICHOLS 4' WELDON NEWTON Hoot Squirt KATIE RI-IEA NEWMAN MARY BETH NORMAN HKUYH HBUQQYH IO ANN NUCKOLS BOBBY O'BRIEN lo Geeb IEAN OATES BENNIE OLIVER L Mairzy Doats Pocket EVALINE OVERTON ANNA PAGE '. Eva Shorty I RAINEY OWEN 4 OSCAR PAGE , Hoqgy Splinter H, ' I L fl- gl A, , MI, if W Lg, ' s 1, .41 ' 'OV ' 1 ,,,' - ' ...JJ .L i 'I I ix ft we - Krups rw W.: M-I+'-fy , , 111502: 1. fig,- S A '52 sl Q ,.,,. ,, 5.-P 1 ' '73 :.fff'.- ww, H :'.:1i ' il: 2. lun.. N ,N is -ev A uv' Vg 77 A K I :I-1 Q Q i I I '-'Fry .ef 3 ,4-- t K 'N I, -I rnfx ? 1f1 Xe '- L I CLASS OF '47 BILLIE PALM ' IEANNE PARKER Ducky Pug EARLENE PARKER A ANNA LOUISE in Blondie PATTERSON Lou-Lou PEGGY LOU PEAK WANDA PENDERGRAST Peg lime Bug PAT PEARCE IOHN PENNINGTON UPU! Buzz LYNN PERKINS ', WAYNE PHILLIPS x Dippy Bill IOHN BEN PHILLIPS I BOB PILLOW - Flips Shorty IOHN PITTSON I BILLIE PLILER Eli Plywood RANDALL PLEDGER MARTHA PLILER Buddy Marty MARY PLILERf ELETA POLLOCK Pinky Polly DORIS IEAN PLOWMAN I. FOREST POSEY. lecmnie Colton SHIRLEY PRIOUR VIRGINIA PUTMAN Giggles Iinnie O OFFITT1 IACK RAMSEY 1 Profit Ike PHYLLIS RAMSEY CAROL RAYMOND Phill Pug ANN RANKIN I ROBERTA READ I Rankin Ben . I UTH REED ' BONNIE SUE REEVES ' olly Stinky IACK REESE KITTY LOU REEVES Bosco Katy CLASS OF '47 fi,-ji' SAM REEVES L' BOBBY REYNOLDS Sammie Bob ELIZABETH ANN 3 PAULINE RISTER REGEAN Polly Beth TEDDY RIVES I-' RAYMOND ROBERTS '79 ff I C: M' I Ted S!inlc ' -.Q .LZ -' if CECIL WAYNE ROBERTS L DAVID ROBERTSON ' gf? Benny Devine I BILL ROGERS IIM ROSSEN 5 Sweet William Bud BETTY ROSS IOE RUCKER 4' Bet Sharkie . ,Vie LLOYD RUCKER f CARO RUSSELL L Iimmie Syrup , ' MARY RUCKER DAVID RYAN Suzie - Sonny LEON SAMUELS BUDDY SATTERWHITE f' ' Iunior Bud NANCY SANFORD D IEAN SAUZE Scmiord Dot IUNE SAUZE ANNETTE SCOTT i Dash Stowe - AL SCHROEDER HERBERT SEIDEL AI Sonny IOHN SEWELL IOAN sHAc:KELFoRD - Sew-Sew Jody HELEN SEYMORE LARRY SHARPE Chl-lbbYH Sharpie ANN SHEPHERD I' AMELIA SMITH , Shep Smitty CHARLOTTE SLOAN ' BETTY IANE SMITH HSIOGHU HFGUYH ' L.. M57 was - ...MM 23 ,1- 0 .Z 4? ' ,f-fl! 1 X 5 lf f FLpfHLlGHTi I945 gg CLASS OF '47 DOROTHY MAE SMITH L LORAH DEAN SMITH - litters Little Smith IOAN SMITH LORETTA SMITH Io Little One MARY FRANCES SMITH SHELBY SMITH 5 Fran Shell MARY LEN SMITH PAUL SNIDER 5 Smitty Lucky MARY BETH SNOW 1 I. R. SOUTH I Snowsy Small Fry CLINTON SOIOURNER LOTTIE SOUTH Bill Speedy CHARLES SPEARS NELDA IEAN SPLAWN 9 Chuck Shorty BILLY MAC SPENCER LEROY STEVENS JA Mack Pee-Wee IEAN STOKES GEORGE SWINNEY Jeannie Swiney NADINE STUBBS CLOIS ANDREW TARR Ncrdie Andre THELMA TATE ALONZO THOMASON l Thel Lonnie LARRY TEAGUE A MONTY DON THOMASON Tick Gold Brick Brother HELEN THOMPSON V IMO IEAN THOMPSON I Pot Tom IIMMIE ROSE THOMPSON STANLEY THOMPSON ' lim Stem IOY THORPE 1 BILLY TODD Bright Puddinicce BAGNAL THURMAN 5 IOSIE TOLAND Bc1ggie Nell nloclcieu CLASS OF '47 TOM ED TRAVIS V BILLIE MAE TUCKER Percy Bill MARILYN TRICK WANDA TURNER Tricky Speedy ERNEST TYEY ROBERT VON ROEDER Rusty Corlcey DU UE w IO VEDA VAUGI-IN Y Jody BETTY WAGENER ELBERT WALDREP B'Gee Red WENDALL WAGLEY L ANN WALKER L Wendy Sock BILL WALKER MCDANIEL WARD 3 Slug Smokey DOROTHY MARIE WALLS LV OUIDA WARE l Elbow Wecder ANNA WARREN IUANDA WATKINS L Ann Ic1wdecn IOYCE WARRENL I. B. WATSON Fe-Fe Horse LODEMA WATTS L LANELL WEEKS If Professor Walls La-Lo I-IILDA IO WEAVER GENEVIEVE WELLBORNI lody Boots IUANITA WETSEL LQVERNE WHITE 'f' Iohnnie Verne BOB WI-IETSTONE ANNA LOUISE Whet WIEDERAENDERS V Blondie DAN WILLIAMS MARY ANNETTE WILLIS Dan Will ' ODELL WILLIAMS I WALLACE WILLS L e Wally c-Q9 nd' l pa nn , 1' 46 ef? .PH fv- ,..-wr '-Fe 'M' ,Q .4 f ,I VA 4 I X y .ix I CLASS OF '47 IOY WILSON MAXINE WIMBERLY Io-Io IIMQXII BOBBY WIMBERLY V NORREEN WINDHAM Pee-Wee Snooks BESSIE LOU WISE I IUNE WOODSON Wee Bonnie Baker Stubby TIM WITTMER lv MARY FRANCES WOODS Witty Ginger BOBBY WOODY ' IOHNNIE WRAGG ' Moonshine Speedie GRAY WOOTEN MONA MARGARET Grayie WRENN Picky IACK YATES BETTY EARL YOUNG I Mf1zy Blondie TACK YONGE X WILL ANN YOUNG 5 I1'. Ginger ARCHIE ZICKLER IACK BARKER A Zicky fuck REYNOLDS ALLEN ELOISE HUGHES Reyn Wese CYNTHIA HUMPHREY IOHN LEESON Cyn Johnnie RICHARD KIRBY f BOB LONG Dickie Robert -we TAY MOO - TROY TEDFORD Icrc1g Ted HILDA TATE CARLETON VARNELL Tate Little Carl BOBBY YOUNG QUEEN ANN'S COURT Bob QM L fl? 9 GQ? 3 5:5 'Q WSW 1, . .f .. :nn - I.: 11. af. . if X ,, X .HW -.6.,,.. , . ,. . H, , .. 1- Q Q5'1:3:':??:Z':ff 1 Y ' f x 1 , -- Q , 4,.:QgQ:.':,::1,,,,.. .Mg-N - pg.. , 1 WH , I 1, ,: N :,,.:.,.'.,..gfyfii-54' , . Rf JL, ---, , -..,.,. , , ,..., , - .,,,, :,q.gf,1,,::?g.:.,,:. .,... ,,, :,:- . UV, X1 2 ,hw - . W Q , 3, v ,'EM:5--5:2-. 2?1?E5E'J ill2.QQ.QI,Q,QE1-Q.Q,I, . isis:-:f .a::2iN-::::5sf:::.3.5 25539. 5'-:Q '-1 'f , ' 2 L-:'::'..1w::L,:: 1:'3-: :r'- Nm, - .nfwa 2:1 f' J- - W . ff ' - wwf - u w - ..,Q:R.-'m-,,:- ' ' ' ' i 2 'Y: 4L ' e::::1,g', gi: Zaffvrifw The Students of Abilene High School honor MARCENE BALLARD A ELASHLIGIIT QUEEN GEORGIA MAE HARRIS MOST FRIENDLY GIRL GUY DANIEL MOST FRIENDLY BOY BARBARA EBBERT MOST DEPENDABLE GIRL EARL GLENN ROSE MOST DEPENDABLE BOY RUTH ANN OROWSON MOST REPRESENTATIVE GIRL DICKIE ELAM I PAULA I-IAZEL IIM HARRISON BOYD ROGERS ALICE OSBORNE MOST REPRESENTATIVE BOY ALL-ROUND GIRL ALL-ROUND BOY MOST VALUABLE BOY MISS LIBERTY RUNNERS-UP AND SCHOOL HONORS QUEEN- The j'unioI's choice, MAHCENE BALLARD-black-haired, brown-eyed beauty - would like to be CI costume designer-hates Frank Sincltrcrflikes Bing Crosby-my, what CI charm- ing FLASHLIGHT QUEEN! SENIOR PRESIDENT- The likeable left guard on the Eagle Sauadwis a real Seniorelikes swim- ming and anything that has to do with sports-would like to be a flier-likes anything popular- f Buzz would like to be a real hep-cat -so here's to one of Abilene High's leading sportsmen, GUY DANIEL, MOST FRIENDLY BOY. PEP LEADER- Gorgeous GEORGIA HARRISelikes friendly people-is seldom seen without a smile -likes to yell Yeah, Team, Fight! with a lot of Eagle spiritfhas beautiful blond hair-Was Miss Liberty of Abilene High School in 1944-would like to be a nurse-was selected by the students of Abilene High as MOST FRIENDLY GIRL. EDITOR- Tall, graceful senior girl, BARBARA EBBERT-likes long red fingernails, but can't keep them-edits the Flashlight- is an Army Brat4likes blue and ice skating-would like to wander all over Colorado after the warfconscientious, amiable Barbee -a natural for MOST DEPENDABLE GIRL. , ,dk ' E2 1: ' i3:ef? i?fS t ' v' SENIOR .SECRETARY- Blue-eyed, brown-haired Number 13 on the Eagle football team-is a natural MOST DEPENDABLE BOY - dislikes English novels-i likes mathematics- prefers the Navy-eats chocolatepie for a likeable pastimefathletic-minded EARL GLENN ROSE is going places in this world. EDITOR- Busy little RUTH ANN CROWSON- always has something to do-ready to help those in need-does a lot more than edit the Battery-is an officer in Quill and Scroll-was elected reporter for National Honor Society-does a lot JUNIOR PRESIDENT- Add tive feet and eleven inches, one hundred and forty pounds and you have-MOST REPRESENTATIVE BOY -will tight it anything bad is said about the Battery-likes to talk biq, cheap publicity, as he calls itfal- Ways thinks about toodeDICKIE ELAM will qo places next year. for Dear Old Abilene Highg therefore, Ruthie deserves the title, MOST REP- RESENTATIVE GIRL.

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