Arlington Heights High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)
- Class of 1947
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THE YELLUW JACKET
Reading from Ieff fo right Flora Bogard, Mary Elien Byrne, Joe Clingman, Merl Yvonne Hunt Bar
bare Ann Teaf, Lamonr Lane, Don Kennard, Warren Shipman, and Sue Whife.
IN PUNDEST MEMUHY
WILLIAM M. GREEN, superirfrendenf of
Forf Worfh Public schools for
more Than fiffeen years,
who died Safurday,
Odober 5, I946.
To Mr. Earl Allen, principal ancl friend. whose guidance. genlleness
and inlegrily have helped Arlinglon l-leighfs High School To achieve a
fine spirif of coopera+ion and be+'rer relalions among sluclenls and
lacully, we 'rhe class ol I947 fondly and apprecialively dedicale lhis
volume of 'rhe
YELLUW JACKET ANNUAL
MISS KATHRYN I-IADEN
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MRS. LU ELLA HIGLEY
PAULINE JANIE AVIS
ADAMS ARMSTRONG BALLINGER
MARJORIE DOYLE CLIFTON
BARNETT BOATWRIGHT BRADY
FRED ALICE ROBERT
BRANTS BRIDGES CI-IAPLER
BETTY MARY ELLEN
MAYME MARY JEANETTE
STOKES TATUM THOMPSON
LELIAGAY BARBARA ANN
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BEVERLY SUE LACY
MARY FRANCIS WILSON
Miss GarreH's Brain
Nancy and Frankie
Choose your cooks now boys
A+ The end of Hue bridge
Fufu re Vargas
Tell il lo Webb
Our Bible Reader
Ain? Punk Cu+e????
Volley Ball Champs
Tell lhem, Miss Haden
Swing High, swing low
Where are you going??
The Ice Capeis
The lillle Sophs
The losl quarler
All by herself
Thar Holloway gal
They were really surprised!!
Close your rnoulh, Marii
The Perlecl Pair
Arlington Heighfs Orchesha under Jrhe diredion of Mr. G. H. Carson,
The Ariihgfon Heighis Mixed Chorus under fhe dirediom of Miss Heslrer Whifemore
OUR DRUM MAJORETTES
LEFT TO RIGHT: BeHy Maddox, Beify Moore, Head drum major-Janie Armsfronq, Pafsy Terry,
Carlynne Parsons, and BeHy's Twin smer, Biiiy Maddox.
THEY LEAD OUR YELLS
STANDING: Ed Dieiz. sophomore, Sonny Aliread, iunior, Buddy Wise and Ted Webb. seniors.
KNEELING: Peqqy Terry, sophomore, Caroiyn Cafhcari, iunor, Pauline Adams and Marjorie
Mavis and Bill
Slnirley and Warren
Jolwnny and Millie
Earline and L. C.
Mr. and Mrs.
Charley and Dorolhy
Joe and Mary
Babs and Eddie
Emmy and Billy
Frank and Marcy
Jane and Jack
Yvonne and Bobby
Pauline and Gene
Frances and Bobby
Marllwa and Dean
Buddy and Pally
Gene and Belly
Belly and Phil
Peggy and Jam
Sonny and Jimmy
Our Toofball queen
All right Evereki
Three is a crowd
Dear ole A. H. H. S,
ipana for The smile of
Bobby sox deiuxe
Why so qlurn??
TeaT's red shirfl
Whafs so iunny??
She has qone away
Bee Ten years ago
Riqhi info The Camera
Going Their way7?
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Handsome Biii Fosier
Posing Lou Anne
A Rose befween fwo
The qeod ole days
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CAPT. KENNETH COMSTOCK SGT. HANS HANSEN
CADET COL. ROY B. MILLER
Mary Frances Wilson, Co. G: Merl Hunjr, Co. Hp Miss Grace Becker, faculfy sponsor
Sue Whife, Co. Eg Mary Moore Thompson, Co. F: Kafhryn Morrenson, Bn. Hdqs. Co
Froni row: Cade+ Col. Roy Miller, Cadef L+. Col. Brian Lowry, back row: Cader Capr
Doyce Dees, Cadef Tech. Sgr. Neyland Allen, Cadef Corp. Tommy May, Cade? Pvr
BATTALION HEADQUARTERS COMPANY
Looking over Their 20 cal.
Aiming af Sgr. wifh fhaf 305
cal. machine gun?
So Jrhis is a 30 cal. Browning
TrueH' Owen Foofball and Track: N. J.
Hogan, FooIbaII and BasIce+IoaII7 Trueff
Cooper, I3oo+baII B Ieam.
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Arl. I-Ieigh+s Opposuhon
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YELLOW JACKET SQUAD
I946 SEASON RESUME
A husTling Yellow JackeT Team, and a spiriTed sTudenT body can look back wiTh pride on The colorful,
I946 TooTball season. This year's Al-THS schedule was TeaTured by sTeady improvemenT and sTrong de-
TerminaTion by The ciTy's lighTesT eleven. For one Thing, The JackeTs gained The respecT oT all Their Tollowers,
as is shown by The large aTTendance and cheering secTion aT The games. Also, This was The TirsT Time in many
moons ThaT a HeighTs' squad wasn'T considered a pushover.
ArlingTon HeighTs opened The season againsT over-raTed Cleburne and displayed almosT TaulTless down-
Tield blocking in Taking The larger JackeTs Tor a 31-O vicTory. Richard PaTTon was The sTandouT oT This
game, reTurning Two punTs all The way and passing Tor a Third counTer.
The second game, againsT Mineral Wells, was more evenly maTched wiTh sTouT play by The HeigTs'
line bringing a I3-6 Triumph. Gene CulberTson and Bob AppleTon were scorers, while Don Anderson, Don
Kennard, and John Naylor were 48-minuTe men.
When Graham's big STeers invaded FarringTon Field, our boys were in Tor a nighT oT iT, Taking a 26-6
licking. For a half The STeers were knoTTed aT 6-6, buT Graham sTars Wilde, Orr, and Cunningham proved
Too much in The closing periods.
For CarTer, The JackeTs suffered a lapse, being Tar Trom impressive in losing 7-O on a pass play Trom
CarTer's McPherson To Adams. The Riverside line appeared immovable excepT Tor one l-leighTs' drive
which ended in an inTercepTed pass. IT was Teared aT This Time ThaT The new JackeTs were on The downgrade.
A 7-O Triumph over Poly dismissed such Tears, however, in one oT The ToughTesT scraps of The year. A
PaTTon pass and an AppleTon plunge were enough To ouT-mud The ParroTs.
The mighTy, undeTeaTed Sherman BearcaTs invaded The Tollowing week and were luclcy To geT away wiTh
Their hides and a 7-O win. The lone score was TabulaTed on a long pass in The lasT I5 seconds oT The aTTair.
Here, ArlingTon l-leighTs, ThreaTening on several occasions, Turned in whaT many Think her besT game OT
Tirle hopes were in The air beTore The Paschal game, buT The PanThers were a reTormed crew and gained
a well-deserved 7-O vicTory. The JaclceTs were plainly ouTmanned in This Tracas. Turning poinT of The game
came when The PanThers checked an opening drive on Their 3-yard line.
Around mid-November There were Tour undeTeaTed, unTied Teams in Texas AA compeTiTion: Odessa,
Sherman, Graham, and NorTh Side. On November I5 Al-ll-lS Tangled wiTh her Third oT ThaT disTinguished
quarTeT, NorTh Side.
WhaT happened in This game can be porTrayed by a loolc aT sTaTisTics-87-84 yards rushing: 46-46 yards
gained via air. YeT, a TourTh quarTer pass Trom The STeers' Yale Lary To Doyle Reynolds proved To be The
TourTh aerial To conquer The Jacl:eTs and The Third in disTricT play.
DedicaTing The season Tinale To The graduaTing seniors, The Team, ran up a 59-6 score over Technical's
winless Bulldogs. lncidenTally, every senior had a playing parT in The vicTory.
LeTT To righT: Peggy Terry, Ed DieTz, Caroline CaThcarT, Sonny Allread, Pauline Adams, Bud Wise, and Margie Rains lead yell
Applefon gels off +o a good
s+ar'r in llwe Cleburne game.
Games almosf over and Kemble
is off +0 gel six of 59 poinfs scored
Applefon piles on, as Balls and
Naylor Shoo? craps and l-lanar and
SCOH' ius+ walclw.
Wlwoa llwere Culberlsonl Lel' us
no? gel nasfy.
ZIO lb. fullback
KENNETH "RED" FOSTER
I5O lb. iwaifbaclc
I6O lb. end
I45 ib. inaifbacic
175 lb. iacicie
i35 lb. end
I64 Ib. halfback
185 lb. cenier
I45 Ib. guard
All Disfricf Guard '45
ISO Ib. guard
I4O lb. Iralfback
I78 Ib. Iackle
I60 Ib. I1aIIbacI:
I7O Ib. IaCIcIe
I53 Ib. guard
I45 lb. end
l6O lb. cenfer
l63 lb. Tackle
l5O lb. halfback
I4O lb. halfback
Paiion heads for second score
wiih a pun? reiurn as Anderson
makes block-Cleburne game.
Paschal having Trouble siopping
Culberfson during firsf period
Jackei drive io ine 3-yard line.
Shipman se'rs up Jacicei iouciw-
down againsi Norin Side on End-
Good blocks by Bafis and Geor-
ges Crack Carier line for Q'Grady.
LefT To Righf, Top: Tommy Madden lmanagerl Bob Thomas, Bill Georges, John Naylor, George Kemble,
Gene CulberTson, N. J. Hogan lcoachl.
Lower Row: David Owen, Bill Leahy, Bill O'Grady, Bud Wise, ScoTT Moore.
Assuming The new duTy of head baslceTball coach, N. J. Hogan Toolc The I946-47 JackeT cage squad in
hand, and despiTe The lack oT experienced maTerial, ran Them Through a Tough IO-game schedule, which
saw Them end The season in Third place, and puT Two Team members on The All-DisTricT TirsT Tive.
STarTing oT The season againsT The ever-powerful Paschal PanThers, The JaclceTs were deTeaTed ZI-I4
in a rough and Tumble aTfair which resembled TooTball raTher Than baskeTball. The JaclceTs Tinished The
oTher Tour TirsT half games winning only one and losing The oThers by comparaTively close scores,
ATTer a weelc's resT. a much improved Yellow JaclceT quinTeT began The Tive games oT second halT Dis-
TricT play To win Three games and drop Two. In Their TirsT game The Jacl4eTs were nosed ouT by Paschal in
an overTime TilT ThaT ended 23-20. NexT They Toolc on and deTeaTed a NorTh Side crew only To lose The
Third game To Riverside. Winding up The season againsT Tech and Poly, The JaclceTs Toolc boTh engagemenTs
and ended The season wiTh Third place honors.
BASKETBALL IN REVIEW
Foresi Dallas ,....E...E,......... 37 30
Foresi Dallas .........,..4,.,.... 23 2I
Paschal ...,..A .... 2 I I4
Norih Side .,,. .... 2 5 20
Riverside I . . ,.., 29 25
Tech .,... .........,.... . , .34 35
Poly .... ...,...,,. ...,..... 2 4 23
Paschal ..... ,...........,..4.I 2 3 20
Norfh Side .... .... 2 8 40
Riverside . . . .... 26 23
Tech ,..., .... 2 I 4I
Poly ........ ....I ,,.. 3 4 36
Tofal in dis+ric'r play ,...... .I,. 2 65 277
D INDIVIDUAL SCORING
Wise .........I.,,..I IO5
Thomas ..... . . . 82
Culberison . . , I . 52
O'Grady .... . . . 49
Kemble .,.. I I . 22
Georges ........ . . 8
Top Row: Bill Bourland, Joe Burcle+'r, "Toad" Madden lmanagerl, Jack Schnake. David Kuykendall
BoH'om Row: Dick Whi+e, Warren Shipman, Mike Bronaugh, John Naylor, Willie Easf, Punk Pa'r+on
O'Grady fires af Tech baskef in
firsf game fha? ended wifh Jaciceis
Poly found Thomas and his jump
shof hard +o sfop.
Wise shoo+s buf hides from
Example oi whaf made Thomas
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Georges, Moore, and OC-Brady
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EDDIE DIETZ and BUD
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e Hrsf firne, Arlinglon Heiglvfs enfered a
learn in five High Scnool division of fne Golden
Gloves and produced one champion, flyweiglvf
ud Wi'se, and a runnereup, Ed Diefz, who losf fo
Wi'se in flue Hnals. Four ollner boys represenfed
Heiglvfs, all reaching flve second nignf of Hglvf-
ing: Bob Applefon, Bill CTG-rady, Jolvn Naylor,
and A. L. Neil, flue laffer flvree losing lo flue
evenfuel winners of fheir divisions
7 GOLDEN G
Sprinfers-John Hanrahan, Bob Applefon, Warren Shipman, and
In I947, Arlinglon Heighls had i+s sfrongesr rraclc Team in several years by vir+ue
of 'rhe combined hard work of Coach Gwen and his lraclcmen. There weren"r many
Sfale Meel' Jrerrors, buf rhe Jream was well-balanced. In Jrhe dashes, 'lhere were Bob
Applefon, Kenneih Shacklelord, Bill Georges, Warren Shipman, Roberf Lee, Sam
Vaughn, and Skip Allen, anyone of whom mighl be good for a place. In +he high
hurdles George Kemble and Sam Vaughan were sfrong, while Gene Doss, John l-lan.
rahan, and Earnesl Jaclcson were hopefuls in The low hurdles.
Dislance runners led by leHerman Bill Upsonpwere Tommy Golden, Ollie Sumerall,
ln The field even'rs Joe Burde'r'r led broadiurnpers, Bob Thomas, Bill Bourland, and
Bud Wise were Tops in high jump. Don Kennard ancl Thomas were ready wirh 'rhe
discus, while Shaclcleford and Georges were 'rhe besl shof puiiers.
Kneeling Tommy Golden miler Lefl' fo rlghi' Don Kennard-shof pui, discus: Kennefh
Sam Vaughan hurdles mule relay 440 dash Shaclcleford-sho'r pui, relays, 220-dash: Bob
George Kemlole hurdles broad lump Bill Up Thomas-high jump, discus, sho? pul.
Leading '47 racqueleers, was John Cham-
berlain, I'-746 Cify Singles Champ. Also piclured
are Roland Walfers, runner-up io Chamberlain
in lhe school play-off, and Bob Thomas, iunior
high siar who was unable +0 compeie in '47. The
doubles Team consisfed of Walfers and SmiHy
Bolslered by six lellermen, Khleber Van Zandl, Roland Wal-
lers, John Naylor, Don Anderson, David Owen, and Punlc Pallon
and experienced American Legion ball players, lhe Jaclcels had
power and excellenl fielding in I947. The balling ol lhe lellies
Punk Pallon and T. W. While was counled on lor exlra base
hils. Al lhe beginning ol lhe season lhere was no one classi-
lied as a slarling pilcher. Bill Dudley, Berl Gorrod, Gene Doss,
and Bob Thomas were likely prospecls, however. The veleran
inlield ol Hayden While, Owen, Wallers, and Pallon was lhe
leam's oulslanding lealure.
COACH HOM ER PEGRAM
wove six le-llermen inlo a well bal-
anced ball club. Chief need was an
Back Row: Charles Nolan, Bill O'Grady, John Naylor, Hayden While, Khleber
Van Zandl, T. W. While
Fronl Row: Don Anderson, Roland Wallers, Punk Pallon and David Owen.
Piclured are four lelrermen of 1946 Dis+ric'r Champion Swimming Team:
Bud Wise, lelr, enlered 220, diving, baclcsrrolce. Bill Upson swam backslroke, IOO.
relay. Bill Leahy swam IOO and relay. Warren Shipman was conleslani in 50 and
relay. Arch Rowan lnoi piciuredl compeied also in 50 and relay. Wise and Upson
scored 25 poinis in rhe Disrricf Meer af 'rhe Y.lv1.C.A.
Bill Leahy, Bob Balls, John Hanrahan, and
Warren Shipman were lelrermen of The I946
golf Team. The 'ream placed lhird behind Paschal
and Poly, because of inexperience and lack of
lime for praclice. Only Leahy compeled in I947.
Grover Swift Punlc Pailon, and Dick JeHon led
'rhe Jaclcers in lheir opening round of I947
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Mid-'rerm Senior Banquef
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS-6emeCulbe-rlson, secrelraryy John Lynch, vice-
presldenlz Millie Vecula, Jrreesurerp Tecl Webb, presidenf.
Y-TEEN OFFICERS-Sue Wlmlle, presidenlq Dorollwy Trammell, vice-presidenlq Pal Loomis, secrefary: Lucille
Harqrave, lreasurer, Jean Smillw, program Chairman.
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Our Toofball queen
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Larnonl and Roy
The biqqesl fullback
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Wasn'i Mavis cufe?
Our Junior Favorile
Same ole Paula
All Cily Colonel
Throw The ball,
VVliy so much lrown.
Our Senior Favorile
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