Arlington Heights High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (Fort Worth, TX)

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iad RMtomeoy: a Ppewe aing + bat Be | Wiis YEL THE 1948 1d JACKET. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . ASSISTANT EDITOR. ART EDITOR MAKE-UP EDITOR. FACULTY EDITOR CLASS EDITOR SPORTS EDITORS SNAPSHOTS SPONSOR Ay at ye STAFF Margaret Endress Jane Neubauer .Maurice Kay Jo Rene Doyle Kay Guinn at he Sally Walker epee Wise, Judy Whitson ae Falkenberg, Peggy Dixon .Miss Gussie Burnett ar Vise ed 4 est Di To the District 7-AA and Bi-District champions of 1947, the Fighting Yellow Jackets, and to their coaches, we proudly dedicate this volume of the Yellow Jacket An- nual in honor of their splendid gridiron performances and fine sportsmanship. AHHS 28 26 20 25 26 14 22 37 a 14 1947 FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD EI Paso Graham ... John Reagan Sherman ye arter. ig. = SAD Oye eager Paschal North Side Tech Forest Avenue Highland Park Opposition 7 6 ibe ey ae CO ON Ce ats Se CS eC ON ADMINISTRATION JOE P. MOORE Superintendent W. A. MEACHAM ELDEN Bs BUSBY Assistant Superintendent Assistant Super intendent SLONE = be © pA 4 x ze UO é p4 Ay WELDON LUCAS Vice Principal KATHRYN HADEN Dean of Girls MISS GRACE BECKER M.A., TCU, Columbia University History MISS MINNIE BEHRENS B.S., B.A., SMU, Univer- sity of Texas Science MISS ALICE BENNETT M.A., NTSC, TCU, Uni- versity of Colorado English MISS GRACE BOONE M.A., Southwestern Uni- versity, TCU Latin MRS. JANIE LOU BREWSTER B.S., NTSC, Chicago School of Design, Uni- versity of Guanajuato, Mexico Art MISS IDA BUNTING Rubican Business College, Lincoln Business College Secretary MISS GUSSIE BURNETT M.A., University of Tex- as, Hardin-Simmons, Uni- versity of Chicago Journalism MR. W. L. BUTLER B.S., ETSTC, Texas A M Shop, Mechanical Draw- ing and Education SGT. JAMES CALDWELL United States Army ROMeG: MR. G. H. CARSON B.A., M.A., Baylor Uni- versity, TCU, North- western University Band, Orchestra MRS. MARTHA CHRISTIAN A.B., University of Texas Biology MRS. 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HESTER YOUNG B.M. in Education, Uni- versity of Nebraska Music y Fee TN WN) C2 KAY GUINN SENIOR EAYV.© Rigas BUDDY WISE LOUIS ABBOTT DAN ADAIR SKIP ALLEN MARILYN ALEXANDER HAROLD ALLREAD NELDA ANDERSON SAM ANDERSON BOBBY ANDREWS MARY ANN ANDREWS “JERRY APPLETON BOBBY ARNOLD EVELYN BAKER RAY BALDWIN BETTY BANNER MARY BARCUS BARBARA BARRETT BOB BATTS CHARLOTTE BEECH GEGILIA. BELLE KATHLEEN BELL DORIS BENBOW PRESTON BEST NEILL BOLDRICK JUDY BEVAN BOBBIE JEAN BOOTH JERALDEEN BOYD BILL BRADBURY LETA BRIGGS PATSY BRINSON JERRY BRONSON CHARLOTTE BROWN JOE BURDETT DICK BURFORD JANE BURKETT JIM BURKETT ANN BURNETT EVERE Ti IeALD WELLE PARKS CAMPBELL JUANITA CANTRELL SUE CARLETON SENIORS LA JUANA CARTWRIGHT CAROLYN CATHCART EDDIE CLINGMAN JIM CORNISH E CRIDER BEVERLY CROW PANTY GROW JEANNE CURLEE MARIETTA DANIELS BOBBYE DEATON MARY LOU DENNARD PEGGY DIXON YONNIE DAHL JO RENE DOYLE DON DRAKE NORMA DRUMMOND BILL DUDLEY WILLIAM DUNLAP BARBARA DWYER BEN EASTMAN CEASS-OF 48 PAT EGAN MARGARET ENDRESS LITA EPPSTEIN JEWEL EVANS DOROTHY FALKENBERG JOHN FINLEY WILLIAM FOSTER Jobin GAINES NINA GIBBS MARY DRUE GLADDEN GLORIA GLASS JACK GLOVER JOAN GOAD GLEN GOODMAN BERT GORROD DIXIE GRAVES ANN GRUNEWALD KAY GUINN TOM GWALTNEY SUE HAMPTON SENIORS MARJI HANNA NANCY HARLEY ALBIN SElArIEESY, JOHNNY HEAD BOBBIE HEATH HERBY HELM CATHERINE HICKEY VoM. FILE MARY SUE HOFFMAN CATHERINE HOLLOWAY JOE HOLT PAT HONEA JANET HOPKINS JERRY HOPPER EDWARD HOUSE LEE HOWARD JOE HOWINGTON BEN HUGHES KATHERINE HUTCHINS ERNEST JACKSON CLASS OF °48 MARTHA JONES RAY JONES SHIRLEY SUE KANE MAURICE KAY RUTH KEITH RICHARD KELLER JOHN KENNEDY EMILY KEYS LEE KITCHENS DAVID KUYENDALL ATKINS LAMBERT ELIZABETH LASATER ACE LAYTON JOYCE LOCK PAT LIPSON ROBERT LEE JOHN LONG GENE LYON LEONARD McCANN KAKI McDANIEL Cl Ass OF. " 48 PAULA McDANIEL JIM McDONALD JACOB McFARLAND ROBERT McLAREN JIMMY McMULLEN MICKEY McQUIRTER WINFRED J. MARTIN ANNE MEREDITH HENRY MERINO PATSY MILLER PEGGY MIZE MARY JANE MONCRIEF BETTY LOU MONTGOMERY ROBERT MONTGOMERY BETTY MOORE CAROL MOORE JOAN MOORE SCOTT MOORE ALLEN MOUNT CHARLES MUNDS JOHN NAYLOR JANE NEUBAUER MELBA NEVIL DOREEN NEWMAN jONCE NICHOLSON BILL O’GRADY JOE ORR DONALD OWEN THERON OXLEY CHARLES PANKEY GAY PATRICK RICHARD PATTON RICHARD PEMBERTON OSCIE PERKINS CHARLES PERRY TOMMY PHILLIPS DOROTHY PINGENOT TOMMY POPKEN PEGGY PRINCE MAXINE RAGLE GIA SD (OF 48 ELWYN REINHARDT BARBARA REED CHARLES REED OLLIE ROMINGER RALPH SANDERSON MARY JOAN RUSSELL JIMMY SAPEY BURKE SATTERWHITE DED LYORU THesGuRR FRED SEHNERT KENNETH SHACKELFORD LEON SHACKELFORD BETTY LOU SHANNON WARREN SHIPMAN HELEN SHOUP CAMERON SHROPSHIRE ANNSALEE SIMONTON GLADYS SLOAN HELEN SMITH HERBERT SMITH KENNETH SMITH SANDRA SMITH BOB SPENCER THOMAS STADE JEAN STEWART JUDI STEWART MARIANNE STRIPLING BILL STUTE BENNIE TAYLOR JIM THOMPSON MARY MOORE THOMPSON ANN TIDBALL DICK TIPTON BILLIE TURNER JOHNNY TURNER PEGGY M. TURNER MAE ELLEN VINSON EVANGELINE VLAMIDES SALLY WALKER ROLAND WALTERS HELEN WEBB DAVID WESTBROOK NADENE WHISNANT ie Woe LE, JAMES WHITLEY NANCY WILEMON BILL WILES WANDA WILKES BERNEY WILLIAMS CARROLL WILLIAMS PAT WILLINGHAM PHALA WOMACK NANCY WRIGHT JIM YOUNG BARBARA YOUNGER CEASS OF 48 MARY FRANCES WILSON JUNIOR, FAV ORFRGES EDsDie Ez AURICE Kay JAMES ADAIR PATSY ADAMS JOAN ASHE BARBARA BABCOCK JOE BALDRIDGE BLANCHE BANNER BETTY BARNETT ROBERT BARNETT SHIRLEY BEECH MARY JOY BIGHAM LOUIS BRONAUGH DOROTHY BURGESS LYNNE BUSE HELEN CARRICO BILLIE CARLTON CAROLYN CARTER HERBERT CLARK PATSY CLARK URAL CLAYTON MARY JO CLEMONS JUNIORS Wie Ao OR 7A 9 JANET CONDITT ROSEMARY COOPER NORMAN CORNELIUS BARBARA CRAGER WILTIE CRESWELL ARCHIE CRITTENDEN BELLY, DEA TLON MARIANNE DEBENPORT LOUISE DEAIGH BETTY -DEJARNELT EDDIE DIETZ GENE DOSS DWIGHT DUDLEY HELEN ECHLUND JAGCKIEF BELTOMT: MARY ANN ELLIOTT PAT EVANS CLARENCE FAGAN CHERRY FARMER JOY FARMER VIVA JEAN FRY HELEN GAVREL BILL GEORGES MORRIS GILL LOUIS GORDON FRANCINE GOSSETT BETTY GREGSON PATeGR EN BETTY MAE HALL LOUISE HARDIN LEE HARRIS DONNA HARRISON SHIRLEY HARTSHORN JUNE HAYS ADELLE HAYWARD JACK HAYWARD NANCY HEMAN BUGENE HESTER MARIAN HEYWOOD ORILL HICKS JUNIORS CASS. 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JULIANNE RATCLIFFE BARNETT RATCLIFFE TANENSR ERD ' JOHN ALLEN REEVES BONNIE REGISTER DOROTHY REGISTER BOB REID MARY LOU REPPER SARA RHODES BARBARA SANGUINET ELAINE SATTAWHITE JANE VENITA SAUNDERS JACK SCHNAKE JO ANN SCHWARTZ KENNETH SHELTON SUE SHELTON BOB SHOOK ALLEN SHORT MARY SHRUM SAE Eo CUNO S NOPE As BEN SIMMONS BILLY SITTON CARVEL SIX CEASS OF 5:0 JOHNNY SMALLWOOD EUGENE SMITH GENE SOSSOMON DORCAS STANTON HENRY STUBBLEFIELD MARTHA TAYLOR ANN THOMAS MARTHA ANN TOMLINSON HAYES TUCKER PATRICIA TYSON KARL VASEN JIM TOM VINSON MARGARET WALDAHL BARVO WALKER CAROL WAYMAN BURT WEEMAN MARY N. WHEELER ANNA BELLE WHITE DARLENE WIESE DENNIS WILLIAMS LINDA WILLIAMS JO ANN WOMACK BARBARA WOOD BOB WOOD PATRICIA WYLIE YN a ad O aks Y YELLOW JACKET COACHES, left to right: Homer Pegram, Nick Ruggieri, B Team Mentors; Truett Owen, head coach; N. J. Hogan, line coach. AHHS 28 26 20 25 26 14 22 oy, 23 14 1947, REGO RD ome Pascoe Graham John Reagen . Sherman ee carter eel a nen Paschal North Side Tech Forest Avenue Highland Park Opposition — — COU CN Goa cise (eG Ce Oy tt NO Ores — Bill O’Grady and John Hanrahan, co-captains of the Yellow Buddy Wise, Captain of the AHHS basketball team Jacket gridders. FOOTBALL RESUME The greatest sports achievement in the history of eye on the Jacket team in their opening home game of Arlington Heights was reached by the Jacket football the year. Graham supplied the opposition and proved team during the “47” season; that of winning the to be rough company, but were finally subdued 26-6. District and Bi-District Championships. The team Houston’s humidity took a telling effect on the was a great one and one that will long be remem- Jackets as they succumbed to John Reagan’s second bered for its expert blocking ability, all around speed, half splurge 19-7. This, incidentially, was the only and most of all for its precision like team work. defeat handed the Stingers during regular season play. Never before has the student backing been greater than was displayed during the “47” season. The ma- The lesson learned at the Bayou City must have jority of the team had been playing together for worked, for the Jackets bounced back and defeated their fourth year and this season was the climax of a the Sherman Bearcats 20-6. Trailing 6-0 at half- long-awaited dream. time, they put on a ground attack exhibition and scored three times in the final two stanzas. Patton, The Yellow Jackets opened the season by traveling O’Grady, and Appleton figured in the scores It’s in- to El Paso and romping over El Paso High 28-7. A teresting to note that Coach Owen and Hogan were short jaunt over to Juarez was definitely the hi-light both former coaches at Sherman. of the trip. The Jackets proved to be good mudders in their Fort Worth turned out in droves to cast a critical opening district game by waddling through Carter 25-0. ‘Punk’? Patton scored twice on runs of 55 and 32 yards respectively. A slick ball made handling the pigskin ticklish, but the Jackets did a remarkable job, in spite of the rain-swept turf. A tight battle was predicted for the Jacket-Parrot struggle October 24, but the Blue and Gold made quick work of the vaunted Poly line by scoring two touchdowns in the first five minutes and coasting to a 26-0 shutout. The game was played in a drizzling rain. The pressure was really on the Jackets in this encounter, for Poly had defeated a highly regarded North Side “11” the week prior, 29-12. A 14 to 0 shutout win over the beefy Paschal North Side’s Homer Dear prepares to halt goalward path of Punk Patton. Panthers was handed a rousing homecoming crowd on the night of November 7th. The Jackets wanted this win badly, remembering defeats suffered from the Purple and White in past years. Great defensive play by Anderson, Lyon, Georges, and Naylor highlighted the game. With the district title at stake, the Jacket “11” rose up to the occasion and smacked down a rugged North Side team 22-14. This was probably the out- standing game of the year. The backfield combina- tion of O’Grady, Appleton, Patton, and Doss were superb as was the end play of Shipman and Hanra- han. Murphey Webster of Forest takes a tumble as All Stater Georges comes in fast to insure tackle. E—Warren Shipman T—Bill Georges G—Don Anderson C—Scot Moore G—Gene Lyon T—John Naylor B—Gene Doss Bobby Appleton face-up with Paschal defenders Tech proved to be a poor “sparring partner” as they were completely outclassed 37-0. The entire squad participated in the game, which was played on a sloppy field. Next came the 23-6 Bi-District victory over Forest Avenue, Dallas, District 8-AA representative. The Jackets rolled up 323 yards rushing, largely on the sparkling runs of “Punk” Patton. Outweighed 21 pounds to the man, the Jackets STARTING LINEUP E—John Hanrahan Paving the way for Patton in Paschal fracas is guard Don Anderson. B—Punk Patton B—Bobby Appleton B—Bill O’Grady met Highland Park in the Quarter-final tilt and went down in defeat 18-14. Nine of the eleven starters played their last game for the Blue and Gold. The Jackets averaged 206 yards rushing per game while allowing opponents only 41 yards the game. Six players were placed on the 1947 All-District team. They were Bill O’Grady, Richard Patton, Bill Georges, Don Anderson, Gene Lyon, and Warren Shipman. Scotties’ Russell braces for a fall | as Lyon and Doss close in. Steers’ Lary finds the going tough against Patton, Doss, and An- derson. Patton breezes past Forest defenders for initial bi- district counter. Pass-defending against Hi Park’s Richard Rowe is fullback O’Grady. O’Grady crosses double stripe alone in Graham tilt. Patton reels off yard- age against Pas- chal. JOHN HANRAHAN end 2-year Letterman | | 5 | | | | | j | ) | { BILL O’GRADY back 3-year Letterman DON KENNARD center 3-year Letterman DAVID WESTBROOK tackle 1-year Letterman ERNEST JACKSON back l-year Letterman ROBERT LEE back Squadman JIM CORNISH center 2-year Letterman KEN SHACKELFORD back l-year Letterman HAYDEN WHITE back l-year Letterman MARLAND RIBBLE tackle Squadman BILL GEORGES tackle 2-year Letterman JOHN NAYLOR tackle 3-year Letterman ROBERT SNOW back 1-year Letterman PAT EGAN back 1-year Letterman GENE DOSS back 1-year Letterman WARREN SHIPMAN end | 3-year Letterman GENE LYON guard 2-year Letterman BOB THOMAS end l-year Letterman RICHARD PATTON back 3-year Letterman SKIP ALLEN tackle 2-year Letterman BOBBY APPLETON back 3-year Letterman DON ANDERSON guard 2-year Letterman BERT GORROD back l-year Letterman BOBBY BATTS guard 2-year Letterman T. W. WHITE center Squadman OSCIE PERKINS guard l-year Letterman BILL BOURLAND guard 1-year Letterman ROBERT MONTGOMER guard Squadman GEORGE KEMBLE end 2-year Letterman SCOTT MOORE center 2-year Letterman RAY JONES tackle Squadman OLLIE SUMRALL center Squadman LEE KITCHENS Manager PAT MORTON end Squadman BOBBY RAINBOLT Manager “et B GRIDDERS Top Row, left to right; Coach Pegram, Clayton, May B, Sitton, Duke, Walker, Parsons, Neumann, Keller, Coach Ruggieri. Third Row; Hayward, Hart, G. Mays, Darney, Carson, D. Mays, Echols, Kirby, Womack. Second Row; Ray, Lanter, Cain, Voss, Dudley, Weeman, Alexander, Baldrige. First Row; Trickey, Sitton, Ginn, Boese, Crouch, Short, Lay. SEASON’S RESUME Under the guiding tutorship of Coaches Homer Pegram and Nick Ruggieri, the Arlington Heights “B” gridders ran through a ten-game schedule, winning eight tussles, losing one, and tying one, to annex the cham- pionship of the smaller city loop. Playing their games with the five other 7-AA schools on a home-and-home basis, the Junior Jackets amassed 207 points in 1947 while allowing opposition only 44 markers. In the B squad’s curtain-raiser with Paschal, they posted a 0-0 slatemate, but roared back in their second fracas to trounce Riverside by the lopsided score of 25-0. Journeying to Poly’s gridiron, the Blue and Gold-jersied lads handed the Parakeets a convincing 26-0 de- feat, then the winning streak of North Side was successfully halted, Heights earning an 18-13 decision. Their rampage of victories continuing, the Little Stingers ran roughshod over a winless Tech crew, 38-0. Bill and Chuck Sitton were big guns in the Jacket backfield, while David Mays and Robert Carson shone on the forward wall. The second round of pigskin was opened with a 7-0 licking of Paschal’s Cubs in the outstanding Junior Jacket tilt of the fall. Stout line play choked numerous Purple goalward thrusts, and paved the way for a vic- torious counter by Tommy May. Another check was placed in the win column, a 27-12 humbling of Carter, with a 75-yard punt return by Earnest Neumann the scrap’s outstanding feature. Heights’ potent aerial attack chief stoker in her offensive fire, an outclassed Poly eleven was whipped, 26-0, but on the following week, the Jackets bit the dust for the initial time, bowing to revengeful North Side, 13-2. A successful season ended on the Technical turf, with the Heightsters donning the B crown by virtue of a 38-6 triumph over the Puppies. Every squad member had an important role in this last conquest. BASKETBALL PRE-SEASON GAMES ; We Highland sPark. cage.) steel eee ae 43 Az len aetna, abana ee ss: hn ae 52 Az let smats east ae ee ok cnr eC ea eee AS Wetherford+ «2h. ae eee 42 Weatherford ..... Rane ash Setntn ea 67 Azlen ss pes. Mee RETRO BPS cd 45 D7 eh ee Pe nate eee ena, 61 DISTRICT GAMES We bec h fade nee oe ton seine Ever eihaiiea, 63 Pol yep ice tae gee Seer ot dis ee 27, Daschalie se: 6. i See er ee ane 28 Carteret so ee 7 et Aca es Pome 32 North Sides ico eke us a ear ee 28 FIRST ROUND PLAYOFF } We SECOND HALF They We 37 Polyssites ¢ cle aay 42 1:5 Paschal, cie?. 7 ee ie 34 39 Carter Gin.Gi sf eee oe eee me er ee NS) North 'SidesismtOnteeae ee ae 28 15 " Techy yearn) ie, ee ee 51 19) Sha! 7-AA PLAY OFF We Poly 7 3 e028 Sea ae eee 45 They Polyester Uas ae ae eee 35 31 36 24 LEADING SCORERS 29 24 Wase ol: AoA Ar es eee L592 Thothis® |.o: seer ss vate 150 Burdette Aen See eee 89 Rainboles. was: 2 ae eee 63 They Georbes: 2 aeabies. 6 Sin cae 26 30 Ch Grad vite ees a. see ae 15 A SQUAD Top Row, left to right; George Kemble, John Naylor, Bob Thomas, Bill Georges. Middle Row; David Kuykendall, Bobby Rainbolt, Joe Burdette. Front Row; Scott Moore, Buddy Wise, Bill O’Grady. They 45 37 ot op) 18 They 63 45 Thomas and Rainbolt stalking Poly’s Davis. That boy Burdette again, playing jump-ball with Paschal’s O. A. Ryfle. Joe Burdette lets loose with a left-handed hook in playoff game against Poly. A tense moment in the Ranch-Day battle with Paschal. SEASON’S RESUME Winning of the first-half 7-AA championship, besting each club in the league at least once, and ranking two boys on the All-District quint high- lighted the 1948 basketball season of Coach N. J. Hogan’s Yellow Jackets. The backbone of the AHHS cagers, who won five contests in district competition and dropped an equal number of engagements to grab fourth place honors, was great rebound work, perfected shooting, coupled with hustle, spirit, and teamwork. Opening tilt of the tough district schedule saw the Jackets breeze to a 63-31 win over Tech, but on the following Tuesday, they went down fighting before the Poly hoopsters, 37-26. Paschal’s immense gym housed a screaming crowd that saw the Blue and Gold eke out a 28-24 win; then 32-23 and 28-24 vic- tories over Carter and North Side were chalked in the record books. Came a playoff snarl with those pesky Parrots, but Heights passed, dribbled, and shot with expert ease, then snatched 75 per cent of the rebounds to boot, storing away a 38-30 honor that many think her finest showing of the year. In that maddening second half of roundball, the Stingers looked on the bottom-side of no less than four scraps, fanning Tech’s Bulldogs, 51-18, for their only last-half conquest. Jumping into the three-game playoff with Jack Harley’s greatly improved Parrot charges, the West- siders dropped two heartbreakers in a row, 63-45 and 45-35, to see the Orange and Black wing the coveted district banner into state playoffs. Lettermen named by Hogan included Buddy Wise, Joe Burdette, Bob Thomas, Bill Georges, Bobby Rain- bolt, Bill O'Grady, George Kemble, and John Naylor. Wise, the city’s second highest scorer, and Thomas, defensive and offensive demon, received berths on the All-Star five. O’Grady and Poly’s Scarborough leap high for a rebound in play-off fracas. Ball must have stuck in the ceiling, say Jacket roundballers. Georges’ and Burdett’s attempts to snatch a rebound from Par- rot Tommy Taylor are futile. Dribbling successfully around Ben Tompkins of Poly, Wise sets for a crip shot. GEORGE KEMBLE forward BUDDY WISE forward All District BILL GEORGES guard BILL O°GRADY guard BOB THOMAS center All District JOE BURDETTE forward DAVID KUYKENDALL forward BOBBY RAINBOLT forward JOHN NAYLOR center SCOTT MOORE guard WILLIE EAST nmiana ger EE aaa Sn B SQUAD Top Row, left to right; Norman Cornelius, Jack Schnake, David Mays, Robert Carson. Second Row; Ollie Sumrall, Joe Trickey, Earnest Neumann, Gene Doss, Donald Lloyd, Weldon Kirby. Front Row; Charles Lanter, Burt Weeman, Vergil Baker, Ed Deitz, Winston Kimzey. SEASON’S RECORD Bye fe Ne), Cee RR RS Ee Ea eee | Se RN OS AR ON ae. RAL cs, ot EAS A ge A ed Se Shy ese PARCLYS weit Ce, Sa Sel a, IT le TRI a, eet re ve AE Ge EN Ras i Co) Say ele GRETA Tee Peer kee ents, ene Ay a the Fa, Cs eR Merde Te a nee a tN INGEEIT tee PE ee ede cas Poses SE te BA icant Wie Wize Geet nah: ox Merk ts MI Nate NOY SMe PONV S ty Re is Al doc ss VeRO Ss te Ce TERT) Soy St drt 2 een As Dit. f 61 IN GUITAIIM BAe A. Vad. elarcaoe -. 38 IVE Aine tad rue warts Caseig Rua os 28 Eloy oe eet Samy Sune. hoes 2h Br years hg Skreet Soy. 18) WO te ee bhatt, 1s ahah 14 Opposition GOLDEN GLOVES BOXERS, left to right: Ed Dietz, Lee Howard, Jerry Dodds, Tommy Phillips, Ace Layton, Jack Wallace. 1948 GOLDEN DGIZO Vis In 1948, Arlington Heights was represented in the High School Division of the Golden Gloves by eight entrants, all in the lighter weights, with Ed Dietz winning the bantamweight title and Lee Howard, who lost to Dietz in the finals, receiving a runner- up trophy. Ace Layton turned in a record of two victories, losing to the lightweight titlist, while Jack Wallace and Tommy Phillips both cleared the first night of fighting. Other AHHS boxers were Charles Munds, Billie Turner, and Jerry Dodds. GHOME AE Golfers in 1948 were led by smooth John Hanrahan and Buddy Sprague, consistent scorers in the low 80’s, while Ed Deitz, Grover Swift, and Dick Jetton teamed with Hanrahan and Sprague to whip Poly in the season green opener, 5-1. Other hopefuls in the golf department were John Pumphery, Eric Palmrose, and Tommy Thompson. JACKET CINDERMEN: Top row, left to right: Joe Trickey, Barvo Walker, George Kemble, Bill Georges, John Naylor, Bob Thomas, Bill O’Grady, David Mays. Second row: Bobby Rainbolt, Larry Hanks, Everett Caldwell, Robert Lee, Skip Allen, Joe Burdette, Robert Carson. Front row: Dick Womack, Robert Snow, Willie East, Kenneth Shackelford, Teddy Keller, Phil Hart. eRe Ae Grks, Led by several speedy sprinters, hurdlers, and a crack sprint relay team, the Yellow Jacket track squad of 1948, coached by Homer Pegram, was one of the strongest in many a moon, with hopes of a high spot in the city meet bright. Ace hurdler, George Kemble, carried the Blue and Gold banners into the high hurdles, while Bill O’Grady was a stellar low hurdler. Fleet-footed Robert Carson, century and 220 dash stalwart, and Kenneth Shackelford, 220, were sprint stars, while other speedsters were Robert Lee, 220 and 440 dashes, Bill Georges, 220, Skip Allen, 220, quarter mile, and Everett Caldwell, 440. Members of the mile relay foursome were Allen, Caldwell, Lee, and John Naylor, and the sprint relay quartette consisted of Carson, Georges, Thomas, and Shackelford. Distance hopefuls included Eugene Smith, Bobby Rainbolt, Teddy Keller, and Robert Snow. In the field events, big Bob Thomas shone in the high jump and discus throw, with Joe Burdette top broad jumper and Georges shot put expert. SPRINT RELAY: left to right, Bill Georges, Robert Carson, George Kemble, Kenneth Shackelford. TRACKSTERS DISTANCE RUNNERS: top row, Robert Snow, Eugene Smith. Bottom Row, Bobby Rainbolt, Teddy Keller. WEIGHTS: Bill Georges, shot put; Bob Thomas, discus, CINDER STARS MILE RELAY: left to right, John Naylor, R@bert Lee, Everett Caldwell, Skip Allen. TENENES GIRL RACQUETEERS: left to right, Phala Womack, Mary BOY NETTERS: left to right, Virgil Baker, singles; Smitty Moore Thompson, doubles; Peggy Joy Turner, Linda Williams, Smith, Roland Walters, doubles. singles. Hopes for a repetition of 1947’s successful tennis season rested on returnees, Smitty Smith and Roland Walters, winners of last year’s boy’s doubles crown, and Mary Moore Thompson and Phala Womack, girl’s duo champs. Vergil Baker, junior high star, was a good bet for a singles berth on the racquet team, while Linda Wil- liams, Peggy Turner and Edith Gregory were Coach Katheryn Hayden’s leading netters in the girl’s singles di- vision. BAS EB Ad The “48” Jacket baseball team was spearheaded by lettermen, Khleber Van Zandt, Roland Walters, Hay- den White, T. W. White, Bobby Terry, Bill Dudley, and Ernest Jackson. These boys again keynoted the Jack- et’s power at the plate and showed exceptional fielding ability. At the beginning of the season there was only one veteran pitcher to rely on, Bill Dudley. Other likely prospects were Jim Cornish, Joe Brite, and Bill Sitton. The veteran infield of Hayden White, T. W. White, Walters, and Terry was the team’s feature attraction. : ch Pa R MS a SU Ea nO Rs 3) Ge “ee Z barr jaa ae Z an eo ar) é 7 a 1S) SGT. HANS HANSEN SGT. JAMES CALDWELL CADET SPONSORS Left to right: Honorary Majors, Rudi Rudolph, Louanne Willard, Mary Moore Thompson, Kay Quinn. Honorary Lt. Colonel, Miss Grace Becker. san HEIGHTS RIFLE TEAM Front Row: Skip Allen, Donald Hopkins, Tommy May. Back Row: Julius Junge, Jean Paul Jipp, Richard Hatfield. FFICERS AND SPONSORS BATTALION O COMPANY F COMPANY G AR SRR IRE Rane: “Les RNR ae ance ye 2 Sa Be ee eR ee Ci i Sa RR cae a, ak COMPANY E COMPANY lie Sa Heights’ Annie Oakleys: Mary Moore Thompson, Rudi Rudolph, and Kay Guinn A map is a gravhic representa- tion of a portion of the earth’s surface projected on a flat plane —duhh aintaeccommsenn Dead Eye Dicks: Jean Paul Jipp and Donald Hopkins squeeze off a few shots SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS—Benny Taylor, Mary Moore Thompson, Skip Allen, Bobby Batts. ee STUDENT BODY OFFICERS—Lynn Buse, Mary Frances Wilson, George Kemble, Rudi Rudolph. i i 4 en ee ee ————— tata nade pt tn nee The Three Musketeers Boy loves dog Remember that deadline! Strolling in the park one day... Oh! -- -11! Who dat? No! Not tonight! Fly, fly away Fun at the annual show Can-can line Such small tootsies! Fore! Gee — no mail today! And here we haves: % Action at LaGrave Field Dear old A.H.H.S. Mmmm — woooo! There’s that purp again Y-TEEN OFFICERS—Kaki McDaniel, Patsy Adams, Peggy Mize, president; Bessie McClellan, Dorothy Pinge- not. “A” CLUB OFFICERS—George Kemble, president; Hayden White, Sgt.-at-Arms; Skip Allen, secretary; not included, John Hanrahan, vice president. Bashful Betty Margi gives her Ipana smile Where'd ya get the buggy? On your mark .. .! Three’s a crowd Smilin’ Robert Snow Come, come, Norma Waiting for a whistle Hop in! Showin’ their ivories Noonday chatter ¢oe?X Sun! Ola DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB—Ann Grunewald, secretary-treasurer; Charles Munds, reporter; Jim Burkett, president; Peggy Mize, vice-president. P.T.A. OFFICERS—Mrs. W. E. Guinn, Mrs. Fred Burkett, Mrs. R. F. Weeman, Mrs. Dan Keys, Mrs. Sidon Harris, Mrs. E. W. Crow, Mrs. J. R. Thomas, Mrs. Alden A. Evans, president; Mrs. Gardner Endress. Rudi and dehydrated Panther To Sherman they go! Spirit’s in the air! Klopp, the cutie Hmmmm! 747 Pontiac Goin’ our way? Four men on a scooter Puppy love Lee takes time out to pose Melba Nevill and beau Smiling Maxwell Ready to take a spin JACKET JOURNAL STAFF—Peggy Dixon, Rudi Rudolph, LaJuana Cartwright Maurice Kay, Elwyn Reinhardt, Jimmy McMullen, Nadene Whisnant. ’ YELLOW JACKET ANNUAL STAFF—Maurice Kay, Jo Rene Doyle, Jane Neubauer, Kay Guinn, Sally Walker, Dorothy Falkenberg, Margaret Endress, Judy Whitson. etnoeonniseaaaoncy | Jacket journalists in Austin What’s so funny? Where’s the fire, Ace? Beherens in familiar pose Firemen retreive enemy flag Prize for ex of 1928 The big §-t-r-é-t-c-h Hiya, Marilyn! Wheee! A TD! C’mon, yell! Note the facial expression Where’s the lost chord? Aw, we’re just pals Annual staff slaving away Advertising staff—professional skippers All ready for a journalistic week-end Whitson, the new quarterback Go on, Mac! Betty Lou ’n Jimmy Alfred sprouts a new leg “The Ed” with Carol Two happy friends Our fair-haired Doss I love ya, honey! You don’t say! He looks so-o interested! Out for a tan GYM SHORTS Roundballers reaching high Miss Haden’s advanced racqueteers Modern dancers deluxe Pointing at the bull’s eye Winning girls’ volley ball team Pom-poms fly! What’s so interestin’, Tidball? Dont’ scar that fender Pretty Jean Curlee They look happy | Sherman bound That your dunce cap, Tee? | Time out for a coke Clarkson sittin’ a spell | Cross that goal! Want a ride? Get your ice cold punch right here! KAY GUINN Homecoming Queen ane a A a He was a ba-aad boy Well, so it doesn’t fit! The lil red school- house Bring on mah boots! What a pretty face you have! “The school with the spirit...” Farm hands deluxe Gridders gabfest The new mailman? Those handsome football boys! Kitchens all dolled up! Hubbub at pep rally Highland Park 2 Blues ®Y¥ ah - A 4@ 2 VANE. That Old Look RUDI RUDOLPH Ranch Queen Heave, ho! Hmmm — what have we here? Fender appeal Uh, huh — loafing again! Here’s Paula and Bill A day in the park Best foot forward Bathing beauties Helen gives a smile Humpty dumpties Julius in a dramatic mood Eight Heightsters — count ’em! ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ORCHESTRA AHHS CHORUS is Ors ARLINGTON HEIGHTS BAND xX , : . z ie ‘att 4 OX " ge . » vé » v CHEER LEADERS—Buddy Wise, Charlotte Beech, Sonny Allread, Joyce Lock, Ed Dietz, Mary Frances Wilson, Buddy Moore, Beverly Davis. ed — — Just walking Jackets going to win tonight Three lil’ Sophs Suspended action Peggy Joy and Beulah Ouch! Almost triplets Having fun? The Greek and Toddy They stung " em, all right! w) With fond memories we bid goodbye to 1948, the happiest and most satisfying year in the annals of Arlington Heights High School. VCE € vty ii Wifey 1 4


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